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OCTOBER 31, 1996 Mrs. Carl celebrate lelie (Porter) honored for anniver- 1996, at the Born, 1321 Cushing from of friend- brethren, are the they could no other gifts is gaven by their and Steve Harvey of Vici; Smith of )fVici Castor of Wyatt step-grand- School Lunches This Week Monday, November 4, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Sausage egg bis- cuit or cereal, fruit juice, toast, milk. LUNCH: Ham slice or fish nuggets, mashed potatoes with country gravy, hot roll, corn, peaches, milk. Tuesday, November 5, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Egg salad sand- wich or cereal, fruit juice, toast, milk. LUNCH: Bean tostados or fish nuggets, lettuce with to- mato, rosy applesauce, wacky cake, garlic bread, milk. Wednesday, November 6, 1996 - BREAKFAST: French toast or cereal, pancake with syrup, fruit juice, toast, milk. LUNCH: Sausage pizza or fish nuggets, cole slaw, fruit cocktail, fruit popcicle, milk. Thursday, November 7, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Blueberry muf- fins or cereal, bacon, fruit juice, toast, milk. LUNCH: Chicken fried steak or fish nuggets, mashed potatoes with white gravy, orange halves, black-eyed peas, hot roll, milk. Friday, November 8, 1996 - BREAKFAST: Gravy sausage or cereal, biscuit, fruit juice, jelly, margarine patty, milk. LUNCH: Fish filet burger or fish nuggets, French fries, cole slaw, bananas, milk. Iowa Tribe meal The Iowa Tribe provides a noon meal to Indian elders age 55 and older at Whitecloud, located on tile Iowa 'lYibal grounds and meals are also available for de- Perldns Elementary Book Fair this weekend Perkins resident Stacie Skillman recently received an Otha Grimes scholarship award provided by the Okla- homa Vocational-Technical Foundation. Ms. Skillman is a practical nursing student at Meridian Technology Cen- submitted by Carlletta Brown Perkins Elementary Library will be hosting its annual Book Fair, November 1-8, 1996. A ma- jor change has been made re- garding Parent's Day. Parents are invited to visit the Book Fair on Saturday, November 2, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is a new time and day for parents who want to visit with their children and purchase books. If a bargain is "your cup of tea" or a book on parenting or a Teacher Created title appeals to you, the Book Fair can deliver. The children will be previewing the books this Friday, November 1, and they may return on No- vember 2 with parents or Mon- day through Friday, November 4-8, to make purchases. The Book Fair has two goals to achieve. One, as a fund-raiser sponsored by the library, to pur- ter in Stillwater. chase a computer and a com- puter-generated reading pro- CTWGA WEEKLY gram entitled Electronic Book- REPORT shelf. The initial targeted stu- dents will be third through fifth The Cimarron Trails Women'sgraders with kindergarten Golf Association held a Scotch through second grades being foursome tournament on Sun-added next year. day, October 27. Everyone that The second goal is to provide came out to fight the cold wind quality books for purchase in a and rain made it a big success, relaxed atmosphere. This is the First place winners were Jo and only book fair being offered this Jim Hyder. Second place win- year and everyone in Perkins is ners were Wanda Strain and Bill invited. Bryan. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, Winners on CTWGA playday friends - if a child is in your life, approaching and a visit to the brary Book Fair on Saturday, Book Fair would provide a quick November 1, from 9 a.m. until 3 and easy place to shop. p.m. or during the week of No- You are cordially invited to at- october 4-8, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., tend the Perkins Elementary Li- 1008 East Kirk. livery to a person's home. The for October 24 on Low Net were the best gift you can give is a an of meals are provided at no charge, Earline Lore, President's Flight good book. Christmas is rapidly MiaCorcoran however, donations are accepted, and Beverly Evans for the A Florida; and Please contact Elyse Gordon to Flight. Ken ta Luster recovering dson Stormy make meal reservations or Winners for 9 hole play were atMercy Hospital Jacksonville,Peggy Twoguns, outreach Marti Johnson, Presidents KenitaLuster, wifeofDeWayne worker, at 547-5407. Flight (turkey winner); Vickie Luster of Perry, formerly of Upon Carl s re- The menu for next week in- Dodson for A Flight; and Pat Perkins, is rimproving after sur- where he cludes, Monday 11/4, Salisbury Hall for B Flight. gery last Thursday. She has been in the Army. steak, mashed potatoes with Playday event for 18 hole play moved out of intensive care to rTURES, PARTIALS & RELINES 1/2 mile west on Freeman, next to, Cimarron Bingo Casino, appointments & walk-ins welcome. HOURS: MON-FRI, 8:30AM-4:30PM TODD WASSELL, LICENSED DENTURIST 547-5900 or t011 free 888-93-TEETH (938-3384) the service hegravy, peas and cake for dessert, on November 7 will be Turkey for ashort Tuesday, 11/5, ham stew, Tournament/Low Net. return to Okla- cornbread and pears. 18 hole pairings: tt an old-fash- Wednesday, 11/6, steam fry, 9:00 - Burnie Armstrong, Jean Carl's niece green beans, rice fry bread and McIlvain in Febru- bread pudding for dessert. 9:07 - Alma Focht, Jean Platt Were married Thursday, 11/7, chicken and 9:14 - Wanda Strain. Ruby , at Chandler.noodles, zucchini, whole wheat Mangold, Beverly Evans both retired bread and pudding for dessert. 9:21 - Sue Dollins, Ruth StiLes, State Univer- Friday, 11/8, is grilled cheese, Earline Lore vegetable soup and sliced 9:28 - Pat McCutchen, Betty peaches. Branstetter, Tammy King SUmmer when a violent convict turned loose by the infamous "criminal law killed an Oklahoma City woman and her family. Now, there are Stories about women victimized by criminals turned loose by this anti- ti'family law. says any law that threatens women and families and comforts criminals He is the on12: candidate in the state Senate race with a plan to forever release of criminals. As your state Senator, Randy pledges to: 1. Author legislation to repeal the anti-family, anti-woman, pro-criminal early release law. 2. Support "truth in sentencing" legislation that demands criminals must serve at least 85% of their sentence. 3, Proper funding of prisons, so violent criminals Cannot victimize women and families. be kept away from women and As your Senator, I won't tolerate any ainst women and children. Please help me n sense back into the war on crime." RANDY STATE SENATE District 21 (W) 'l'lO~ E 9th*Still~ater, OK 74074"(40~)]77-7226 Call, Barrick, Ethrid~e, Webb &Co Treasurer the 4th floor, room 416 at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City. Conservative Jim Inhofe Liberal Jim Boren JIM INHOFE ISSUE JIM BOREN Voted YES. Balanced Budget AGAINST . 1219 Amendment ;,, !i/'! Leader for STRONG NATIONAL , Defense Only program he WOULD CUT to DEFENSE. Voted to reverse balance the budget Cli nton Defense c uts. ,q t \1,,,1. ,,,,, :' l, ,/, AGAINST, Partial birth abortion Has made NO public Voted to override statement but is Pro-Ctloice ................ C!!n.!o.n, v.e.!o ..!!(.2f2(.).(? ..................................................................... a[/d suppo ls the Preside[)t ................... OPPOSES BIG GOVERNMENT I lth SUPPOR]-S GOVERNMENT-RUN, Clinton Plan Gmadian-sMe Single P~er System. .............................................................................................................. ,, ......... !'/, ........................ AGAINST. Gun Control Legislation FOR. Voted "no" on the Brady Bill. Supported Brady Bill, Voted "no" on the Assault Supporled Assault Ban. Ban, ,~IY,/~)4 ..J '~15/'~4 ~\~,,~ t.., ,, ~ ,,,, ,,~, #.; :/'~. FOR. Legal Tort Reform AGAINST. AUTHORED Stipported bv Trial Law,/ers ................ ........................................................................................................ OPPOSES new taxes Taxes ,',b, SUPPORT NEW TAXES. Voted "no" on Clinton tax 'Boren ',vasnt prepared to say wt at increase, .q'W4 he would vote fo~ and "would not comment on v,'hett]er he would Signed "Taxpayer Protection support ta tilts ' Pledge," lel, l"(, , ""' Voted "yes" on Pro-Family Has not signed Taxpayer ............... .W!..c..u.!..,!,t.!!.??tt!.!....................... protection Pledge ...................... Lives in OKLAHOMA and Residene MOVED OUT of Oklahoma for 48 HAS for 54 years, yea s and lived over 30 of them in Washington DC SUPPORTS REFORM that Campaign Reform OPPOSES REFORM that covers ................ Cov.ers. L:abor.Un!on.ac!!y.it.i.es: ..................................... Labol Union activities National Federation of Endorsements United At to Workers Independent Business AFL-CIO Fraternal Order of Police Teamsters Veterans of Foreign Wars National Coalition of Vietnam Vets you wol l',.J i,,= t.~ I ~,.h.I. ,,I Im~ hfl,, 4,