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by Mrs. Sherman Bower Alan Hawxby won 2nd in the - I I " Mrs. Maude Davis is a Bonnie Martin. attending in the Stillwater Mr. and Mrs. Leo Patten, Jeremy and Richard, Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olympics in Stillwater at were: Den 1--Mike Boze- Municipal Hospital. Jennings, were Wednesday man, Were weekend visitors Cordell, Amarilla, Texas, Mrs. Myrtle Gates of 'and Ran, and Mr. and Mrs. Westwood School Saturday. man, Terry Stafford, Terry : Mrs. Beulah Hrabe, guests of Mr. and Mrs. of theirparentsMr, andmrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vryle Porter, Ripley and Mr. Clyde Evans Gary Strub and family in The Cubs divided into Rowe, David Meyers, Allen !Cleveland, is a patient in Charley Patten, Jr. and LloydFent. Stillwater, were all Friday of Muskogee were Friday Perry Sunday afternoon. 8-9-10 age groups, then Blevins, Brad Neitman and Stillwater Municipal Has- family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker evening visitors of Mr. and afternoon visitors of Mrs. Opal Courtright called on grunted and groaned Wendell Hawxby. Den 2-- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rank, visited Sunday in Nowata Mrs. Myrle Porter. Florence Nelson. Lottie Sharpton Friday after- through sit-ups, push-ups, Russ Pace; Den 3--Dale Mrs. Jerry Knox is a Houston, Texas, spent say- with Mr. and Mrs. Deegan Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shell Mr. and Mrs. Wayne noon. standing broadjumps, soft- Robinson, Terry Goforth, iv the Pawnee eral days this past week with Wall and Mrs. Ethel Hillis. and family were weekend Taylor and family, Mr. and Pauline Franklin called on ball throw and the 50 yard Richard Goforth, Lloyd Municipal Hospital. Mrs. Rink's mother, Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of visitors of their parents, Mr. Mrs. Garvin Cruse, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin dash. Three Pack events Evans, Doug Damron, and : Mrs. Joe Geller is a Grace Criss and other Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote were and Mrs. Kenneth Shell and Ruth Etheridge and Mrs. Friday evening, tested the Cubs strength and Brandon Hise. Webelos: patient in Stillwater Munici- relatives. On Saturday those Mr. and Mrs. Tom North, pal gathering to honor Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alln, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers. and Mrs. Jerry Studebaker Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton running abilities. They ran Bodie Turner, Kent James, Lloyd Feat has been Criss on her 84th birthday Benica, California, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. 'Vic Piotrow- were Saturday evening were Sunday dinner guests the relay race, red wagon and Alan Hawxby. "Aunt" from Stillwater were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Vic Piotrowski, Mr. and ski called on Maude guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Dave race and tug-of-war. After the Olympics, the ittospital and is convalescing McGinty, Mr. and Mrs. Criss Mrs. Bruce Huff, Denise and Davis in the Stillwater Eugene Riley and family at : McLemore and family. The following Cubs placed boys gathered for an awards at home after surgery. McGinty, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kim, Charlene and Lisa Municipal Hospital on Men- Keystone. Skip Hess of Noble spent in their respective age ceremony and received their 'Hap" Day is convalescing McGinty, all of Glencoe. Burris, Mr. and Mrs. David day. They also called on Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunt the weekend with his aunt groups: Bodie Turner, 3rd in Scout-O-Rama tickets. after surgery. Those calling to wish Mrs. Ripley and baby and Lynn Jerry Knox in the Pawnee visited Mr. and Mrs. Alva Mrs. Florence Nelson and softball throw and push-ups, Scouts will spend the next :: .... Criss "happy birthday" Bryant, Pawnee. Hospital. Murling Tuesday evening, assisted with some kitchen Brandon Hise won 1st in month selling tickets for Mr. and Mrs. Garland were her son C. F. Criss, Mr. and Mrs. LesSer Mr. and Mrs. Tom North Mr. and Mrs. Harry redecorating, push-ups and broadjump and Scout-O-Rama which will be Davis, Chickasha, spent the California and grandchil- Patten, Augusta, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen, Peterman and family visited Mickey and LaDonna 3rd in the 50 yard dash. held at Stillwater Nov. 19 Weekend in Glencoe. dren, Mr. and Mrs. Hank were Saturday visiters of Mr. Benica, California, spent Mr. and Mrs. Bud Peterman Sutliff spent Thursday night Wendell Hawxby won 2rid in from 1--6 at the National Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morton, Seattle, Washing- and Mrs. Charley Patten and Friday night with Mr. and" and Friday with their softball throw and sit-ups. Guard Armory. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. l:lora, Stillwater, were Sun- ton, Mrs. Rhonda (McGinty) family. Mrs. Vic" Piotrowski. Mrs. Elm Grove ',H Alva Murlin. afternoon visitors of Mr. Hedges, Alabama. All enjoy- Thursday Mr. and Mrs. David Ripley andbaby and and Mrs. Emmit Blanchard. ed the day wishing her many Frank Gates were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Les Grote were Friday evening Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charley more. guests of Mrs. Gates' sister, also visitors. All attended the Mrs. Marvin Baler and ' : /Patten, Sr., Cushing, spent Mrs. Polly Broyles, New- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Milliron, Music Session at Senior CJLlb meets family of Perry called on Mr. the weekend with his son, kirk, spent the past week Perry. All went over to Citizen Center Friday night, and Mrs. Harry Peterman Mr. and Mrs. Charley with Mrs. Lizzy Clark. She Tonkawa taking food and Mr. and Mrs. Allen left and family. Patten, Jr. and family, was a supper guest of Mr. birthday cake for the evening Monday for Chicago, Illinois. Elm Grove Extension M. and Mrs. Percie Baley Homemakers met in the from Calif. visited Mrs. Opal Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and Mrs. Bob Broyles on meal to help Mrs. Gertrude home of Judy Moorman, Courtright. Blackwell, were Thursday night. Robinson celebrate her birth- October 18 at 7:30. The Jana Smith spent Friday guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Callie Burkhart, day. A cousin, Mrs. Laura meeting began with the night with Lori McLemore. Frank Gates. Mrs. Lexington, Me. and Mrs. Vines was also a guest, members joining in giving Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murlin, McDaris is the former Ople Garvin, Independence, Mr. and Mrs. Charles the pledge to the flag. Kenny, Kathy, Jana and Me., visited several days the Budzene and children, Per- Audrie Moorman led de- Chris visited Mr. and Mrs. ,q'hll  past week with Mrs. Vada ins, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde rations by reading a poem Alva Murlin Saturday. 'l['lJ  '-IU|l' (C.L 1 715 . i Grm" Treat and children, Still- and Psalm 121, then the Mr. and Mrs. Danny .... water, Linda Robinson and Lord's Prayer was prayed in Kinkaid and family of Ripley Main ;. RAMBO RUSTLERS MEET children and Hazel Homer unison. Members answered were Sunday dinner guests tll.l | The Rambo Rustlers Club and children were Sunday roll call by telling of some of Mrs. Opal Courtright and [ met Wednesday Oct. 12 with dinner guests of their metric measure they were Roger. I Franie Brown for a covered parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde already usiiig personally. Friday Mr. and Mrs. C. T. 'STILLWAT_E__R 377-6083 dish dinner. Meeting was Treat, Sr. The secretary and trea- Smith from Orlando visited " ....... opened by President Ger- Mr. and Mrs. "Sherry" surer's reports were read their daughter Mrs. Harry Musical number, "Space Man"ascenefrom"AStar trude Linsenmeyer. Scrip- Rose and family, Russell- and approved. Peterman and children. War Is Born" is performed by P-T Band members Ellen ! .iltl.TON It MBhR (O. ture Psalms 119 was read by villa, Ark., Lee Linsenmeyer There were 5 members Mr. Bill Hunt visited Alva Adkins, Tommy Hughes, Keith Evans and Gay Lynn I.umber & all other Frannie Brown. Lord's and boys, Tulsa, and Wayne who had perfect attendance Murlin Wednesday. Hart. It will be part of the Band Carnival, Sat. Oct. 29. building material,, Prayer wasprayed in unison. Linsenmeyer, Oklahoma City last year. They are Connie Mrs. Lolinda Dares and Flag Salute was given and were weekend guests of their Walker, Lorayne West, Mary Susie and Mrs. Marie Patton minutes of the last meeting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Jennings, Galena Moor- called on Mrs. Opal Court- 9lh and ll)Vt R read and approved. Due to Walter Linsenmeyer. man, andAudrie Moorman. right Monday ..... ,, ,, , ..... --- rllt x11 t, i x. the absence of Secretary Sunday dinner guests of It was voted to change The Burton Quilting Club Hake we Have Moved  ,, , Mary Sawyer, Leta Oling- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers meeting time to 1:30 in the met with Grace Jones WANT TO SELL? house acted as Secretary. were Mr. and Mrs. Terry afternoon on a trial basis for October 18. Those there LUMBER CO., INC. Kerns Games were played and Watson, Tonkawa, Mrs. Bob 3months. were Opal Courtright, Fran- We have Buyers-- prizes were won by Lucy Garringer and children, Members chose Judy ces Kinkaid, Lottie Sharpt'on, 218 W. 9th Construction Co. We Need Listings. Baker and Elizabeth Turner. Stillwater, Mr. and Mrs. J. Moorman, Audrie Moorman Edna Tabor, Joan Hatfield, STILLWATER Sasser Agency Others present beside the D. Ellwood and children, and GLENCOE STUDENT and Juanita Walker as our Donna and Alva Murlin. 372-2377 ! 805 S. Perkins lid. : Real Estate above were Pearl Broyles, Mrs. Letha Will, Glencoe. COUNCIL HOLDS homemakers to be featured -0 .... , ,, , ', " J 307 N. Main 547-2927 Katie Price, Jessie Capstick, Mrs. Myrle Porter, Chris- ELECTIONS in the Stillwater News-Press Perkins, Okla. Ann Huff, Geneva Blanchard tina, Regina, and Jolena The Glencoe Student for their Homemaker of the Week. This will be a short Council, composed of repre- story about their club and sentatives from seventh community work both past The B[ Inch through twelvth grades, and present. had its election of officers for The Cultural Arts- Fair, the 1977-78 school year. OCt. 19, was discussed and 14trgl Cnl.r Pictured from top to bottom several members volun- are: Calvin Vogle, President; teared to bring the crafts June Krout, Vice-President; they had made to go on For You Cheryl Gilchrist, Secretary; display at the Fair. BARGAI andOaryCoe, Reporter. The 4-H and Family Life This year the Glencoe Committee reported they Men's Long Sleeve High School Student Council had won a crystal relish dish ........ Ladles P.V.C. Shirts hopes to become more active for a report of the club's Leather Look in developing school policy activities and accomplish- Jackets For Dress and representing the stu- meats in this area of club Or Sport dents' interests. The first work for the past year. The [ assorted Colors $788 Cotton-Poly Student Council project is dish was presented to the S-M-L the development of a student club to be kept for this year !i Wall's $8.99 to 11.88 S-M-L-XL after which it will be passed ..... Wall's 3.99 handbook which will include , on to the next winner. the names, addresses and ii! Entire Stock 2:6 "i phone numbers of all the Louise Kautz gave the Ladies-Juniors students, a school calendar, lesson on "Metric Update". She gave a short history of Denim and guidelines for school how metric measuring came Men's & Women's The ruled box above is a one-inch ad. It measures one policies.  Jeans S 88 Fringed The Student Council hopes into being. She had several column wide by one inch deep, items such as measuring It costs advertisers $1.54. (Even lower for those who Size S/6to 16 Real Suede $29 the community will take an cups and spoons, scales, advertise consistently andearn a sliding scale rate.) . active part in supporting the etc., on display and gave a What do you get when you buy a one-inch ad in The Wall's *7.99 to *12.00 Jackets money-raising activities that demonstration on the differ- Perkins Journal? It's not just a single inch of space, but i: Ladies Tricot Zip Out Lining S-M-L will benefit the school, between our standard  ences one inch multiplied by 2000 copies each week. So you -0- English measures and the i P Se r# [ are really buying 2000 inches, which at 160 inches to a =l ajama 49 Men's Metric system. She said as IR Size 32-40 Assort d | ,,,,+,,, 299//3 99 page would be some 13 pages of printed newspaper. Col Jordan-Evans homemakers our basic meas- lll  I w ....u.. :: That's a mighty big chunk of space for a cost of only ,i ::..' .............. ureswould be the liter, gram $1.54. And that price includes delivery to the mail !i Suppo,00 s, 99 I Vests S-M-L Values to 12.00 i!iiiiii engagement iS and meter, boxes of families who pay to receive The Perkins I.)i I! v,,t00 ,0,, ' BOYS SLZES 8-18 -------- i Secret Pal birthday girls Journal in their home each week. Just imagine the cost II Is, Rag 2.95 acEs ' announced were given to those having of getting your message to those area families by t' ,,.1.. .... - I Dress Jeuns ;rkSoYcs !!iiiii birthdays this month, postcard. " : !iiiiiiiiii:: - Our hostess, Judy Moor- .. Little Boys ........... :::::: .............. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Post cards alone would amount to $180 just for Jordan, Morrison, are an- man, served delicious re- postage, ttlen ttlere are the printing and handling Denim Jackets S 1,14 [ MEN'S.BOYS . nouncing the engagement freshments to the following costs. But The Journal does it .for a measly $1.54 per )i I Dress Socks 2/i I and approaching marriage of members: Connie Walker, insertion. Size 12 men. to 4T I ...... ll/ a their daughter, Carla Jean, Lorayne West, Juanita Walk- So, you can see that a one-inch ad is really a pretty Wall's Original 2.99 Wall's 59c-69c to Steve Eiton Evans, er, Audrie Moorman, Janie BIG inch when it's advertising space in The Perkins Stillwater. Listerman, Galena Moor- Journal. Figures show that it's the most effective and i o[! Parents of the future man, Alice Overholt, Louise economical way possible to let people in this area know bridegroom are Mr. and Kautz, Delsa Grider, and that you have wares and services they can use. Mrs. Leon E. Evans, three guests, Tab, Stacey If you think Journal advertising would be helpful in Edmond. and Angela Moorman. your business, phone or drop by. Whether you use one Miss Jordan is a graduate The next meeting will be inch or a hundred, it's a bargain. (Oh yes, it you still of Oklahoma State University Nov. 8 in the home of Connie would rather mail a post card, our printing department and is employed by the Perry Walker. The lesson will be cat, print them for you.) Public School System. Her "Appreciation Days" with   fiance is a graduate of Delsa Grider and Patsy Lile Central State University and as leaders. is presently employed by the -0- Agriculture.UnitedStatesDepartmentf Clmfrron ......... In r Km,i 'e"er'" s'our- .o. Laundromat -.- ' rU00 128 N. Main Perkins , Bargain Center- , have a [ nice weekend... 547-2411 133 S. Main ']'he ,, I  i i I and one guest Vergie were Sunday dinner guests i.;..:...:-.:..:.....:.:.:`:.....;..::::......:...`:.:.:.'::...:.....//## Perkins Journal Thursday, October27, 1977.7 i Hedges. Next meeting will be of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter. - -  ..... Glecoe News / in November with Jessie Mr. andMrs. Don Bishop '' EOEN CHAPEL I:':eerkiivl Cb Sco ike Capstick. and children, and Mr. and Olympi .... Mrs. Glen Strain were part in Cub cs ' Mr" and Mrs' Vernn Sunday afternoon visitrs f i ByDonnaMurlin. I' Montgomery and daughter, Mrs. Strain's parents, Mr. Seventeen Cub Scouts Alan Hawxby w Andi, Oklahoma City and and Mrs. John Hodges, from Perkins Pack 24 broadjump. Mr.and Mrs. Richard Raney, Pawnee. .x';'.m;n..%.....%:.%........................%......%......;.:.:.:.:.:.:.."....:.:.:....:. participated in the Cub Those boys Open 24 Hours _A" _R'_ Karnes 547-2692