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PAGE 10 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November !, 1984 Progress is being made on the construction of Perkins' new three bay ear wash on south Main Street (just north of the liquor store). Gary Montgomery is the owner. He purchased the property several months ago at the Hoover sale. COYLE NEWS By Velma Downey Mrs. Alpha Mae CoWger was honored last Sunday on her birthday with a dinner at Progress Community building. It was hosted by her six children: Mary Leonard of *Ada, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gonsales, Redwood Ci~, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Doh Lorett, Yale, Mr. Mrs. George Cowger, l,eede , Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dillon, Mus~gee and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cowger, Coyle. Grandchildren present ,,~re~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry; Robert I,eonard of Ada; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stewart, Guthrie; Linda Knott, I,owell, Ark.: Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stewart, Nor- man; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hammack, Dana Cow- ger, both of Leedey. I~wis, of Oklahoma City; Great-grandchildren pre- Cindy Reynolds, Mr. and sent were Jeff Perry, Mrs. Harry Reynolds, Ads; Tracy Knott, Cheryl Reynolds Miller, Lowell, Ark.; Shena Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Hammack, Leedey; Stout, Zachary and Laurie and Arron Trishia, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Guthrie. One Kenneth Stout, Mr. and sister present was Mrs. Mrs. Kim St@ut and Ollie Longan of Coyle. Kimberly, Mr. and Mrs. Five brothers and Glen Elston and Jeff, families present were Mr. Chris Everson, Mr. and and Mrs. Earnest Bent- Mrs. Billy Lowery, Cody, ley, Mr. C. A. Bentley, Eric and Ashley, all of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Guthrie; Larry Longan, Bentley, all of Coyle; Mr. Heather, Theresa, and and Mrs. Veaies Bentley, Dale, Perry; Mr. and mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Todd Small, Stillwater; Bentley, Randy, Dale Robby Leonard, Ada; and Kevin, all of Pones City. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Jones and Christina'( Ponca Ci- ty; Adrienne No, Lowell, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Foreman, Mr. and Mrs. John Keep Experience and Ability in the Payne County Clerk's Office-- RE-ELECT O IIILIIIII II IIHI I li ,' JIM TOWNSEND DEMOCRAT Corporation Commissioner {The Townsend Committee, PO Box 23799, OKC, Chm. Joel Carson) DR. LARRY GILL ATTENDS SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOGNITION DAY STILLWATER--Dr. Larry Gill, right, superintendent of Perkins-Tryon Public Schools, was among the state school adminis- trators who were on the Oklahoma State Univer- sity campus recently for the annual Superinten- dent's Recognition Day. Sponsored by the Presi- dent's Office and the Col- lege of Education, the day i~rovided the ad- ministrators with the op- portunity to view the campus and gather infor- mation about programs being offered to their high school graduates. The superintendents and their guests toured the facilities of the Telecom- munications Center where they were welcom- ed by President Boger and Education Dean Perkins, Oklahoma Steve Roberts, Norman; Mike Lewis, Midwest Ci- ty; Kristin Everson, Grog Roberts, Debbie Hock; Mr. and Mrs, Larry Phillips and Lori, Pones City; Mrs. Fannie Smalley, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Spence, Joshua and Luke; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bentley, Brian, Allison and Jennifer; Mr. an& Mrs. Rick Bentley, Jody, Michael and Amy Beth, all of Coyle; Rod, Vickie, Jill and Jay Bentley; Leon, Glenda, Kim and Brent Batson. "O" Donald W. Robinson. Senator Rodger A. Ran- dle, President Pro Tem- pore Designate of the Oklahoma Senate, ad- dressed the group con- cerning "Education's Challenge." Following the program, the superintendnents were guests at a buffet lun- cheon and an OSU foot- ball game. With Gill is Dr. Bill Elsom, head of the OSU department of applied behavioral studies. "0" OLIVET CLUB MEETS The Olivet Extension Homemakers' Club met October 16, at the home of Beulah Cox. The president, Jewell, presided over the meeting. Jewell read the devotion, Psalms, chapter 102. One song was sung, followed by The Lord's Prayer, in unison. Interesting answers were given in roll call, "A person of another culture I have known. Beulah was lesson leader on, "Understanding Cultures." Jewell gave a report on the Arts and Crafts shows. Peggy, Jewell. Beulah, and Maudetta went to a show of Arts and Crafts in Oklahoma City, Sept. 20. The Home Comfort Cater ing service served food. so Edna was there too. On Sept. 28, Beulah, Jewell, Juanita Phillips of Outhrie. and Alia Youngker of Perkins, went on the E. H. tour to the Fin and Feather Arts and Crafts show. The E. H. Newsletter was reviewed. After the business session, Beulah served refreshments. Those present were: Carol Jarvis, Jewell Mahar. Maudetta Triplett, Peggy Lawyer, and Beulah. The next meeting will be November 20, at the ORGANIZING NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CRESCENT--A new Chamber of Commerce is organizing. One was organized in 1981 but has been inactive lately. Some complained that the town's two financial institutions did not sup- port the organization, but representatives from the banks both assured thet group that those days are over and pledg- ed their continuing sup- port to the new Chamber. Also agreeing was representative of (;uthrie Savings 1,oan office. :! -0- ~S & RU~ H( Kin; salon November 4 thru 6, 1984 Ithe Tra 01 Sc were 42 Most w The' ,Jtraveled Indim Perkins, Oklahoma 1005 E. Kirk SUNDAY November 4, 1984 7:30 Worship- Fellowship Following Ontar: could of Detr were ate at whi [Us knew O! Hig This MONDAY November 5, 1984 6:30 Men's Breakfast 10:00 Coffee 10:30 Bible Study 12:00 Lunch 7:30 Evening Worship- Fellowship Following 10:00 10:30 12:00 7:30 TUESDAY November 6, 1984 Coffee Bible Study Lunch Evening Worship- Fellowship Following Nursery Provided You Are Invited Jane Armstrong-Musician Jane Armstrong, choir director, is in charge of the music and singing. Jane at- tended Centenary College where she received her B. A. She attended Union Theology Seminar in New York for Sum- mer Classes in church music. Jane has directed Church Choirs in Baton Rouge, Shreveport and Austin, Texas. When Jane isn't busy she helps her hus- band Dale in his C.P.A. business in Stillwater. They are parents of four children. Howard Lee Plowman Minister Howard Plowman was born July 1924 in Collinsville, Oklahoma. He ed Will Rogers High School, Tul graduating in 1941. Graduated fro '! University of Tulsa, 1949 with Arts; and from Perkins School Theology, 1952, Bachelor of Divinity. He received his Doctor of Divinity Oklahoma City University in 1977. He has pastored at Kellyville, Colbert Calera, Tishomingo, Eighth (Oklahoma City), Asbury in Pones East Cross in Bartlesville; Elk City, Haven in Tulsa; Ardmore 1st Metho- dist which is where he is presently. He was appointed to Director of ference Council on Ministries, and District Superintendent, District, 1976-1978. He was recent chairman, Board Global Ministries. Chairman of worth Estates Committee which $380,000 per year to missionary Past chairman of Conference Christian Social Concern's, vice of Conference Board of Evangelism. past he has served as dean of district work, etc. In 1979 he led ference campaign to raise $1 Oklahoma Methodist Manor building. " He helped establish Television at First United Methodist of April 1, 1983. Broadcasts weekly sanctuary--live worship service Sundays. J at A OP YOUR DEMOCRATIC yell Swivel FROM DISTRICT 33 Let's Visit a few Moments about Taxes, State and How Mature Mlnckl are Worklnll to Maintain a Correct Balance Between 1972 and 1882, Oklalmma enjoyed excellent incomes during which tirol Gover- nm3 David Boron and George Nigh out by $188 million. Oklahoma hid one of the lowest tax bless In our nltlon. Oklahoma's financial problems began Ihort- after the Legislature adjourned in July 1NQ when oil prices plunged and Presldlmt [q l m'S nltior wide depression the Itllte. Governor Nigh was forged in November to urge outs in all Itllte agencies. Sill MIIIkm Cut from Budget I entered the Leglallturo in January lg l and took an Imtive part In cutting $315 million from 'lho budget. We adjourned in July .without thinking of Inore lng traces. 8me 37 other lilies ralNd taxes that Wing. But revenu oentlnmKI to fall e ( vecno Nigl tmllad - Legla tlve in Novrebec 19 1 to oonalcler hie millkm tax This paCWge, whk Inelud l no budget outl, i Iotlrim ommllles reduold the btKll t by $180 mlllk)n, Ilmltld Iplfldlng of all and Itopped the hiring of new Inq lINIII. More than 2,000 were removed from plymlls; esntices trimmed .and e wy reclu tlone man- dllted. Flevanues oontlnued to drop urn. Budget Certlfk:ltion Formula--which Oklahomi on II approwom, ior for mini ywr lgSS to funds were uld to I but we Mill had 1 1220 mllllofl fall. Up to thl point, I had voted for : In budget outs. Temporary Sales Tax Needed it wes then the I.egi lMure tm'npo y 1 cent tax to lalet other agencies and exemptlone were from bee and tobeoco which additional revenues. The gl)llne .tax wes raised 2.42 gallon and Itile, communities all might qmdlfy f0 Federal HighwlW Trult Fundl. We IWI m I.lweel il t400 millkln lm approprlotkm and 1,000 fewer are employed by the i t. I hive end will ( ntlnue to wm'k fix' end wlyl to out 0WtS while quality of government in our Paid for by Tom Hall Campaign Fund.Tom Haft' Chairman, Bobbla Ruth Hall, Treasurer. Sq FI, Uses 2 1