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% PAGE 10 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 2, 1989 The Way It Was By Bob Evans This house was long a landmark on Perkins main street -- in two locations. For years it served as Mollie blame's Millinery Shop at a !o- cation between Frames Livery and [he Commercial Hotel cn Lhg l_cts now occupied by Del-Mar's Food Store and the Domino Hill. The structure was built in 1901. It was moved by Mary Frame, wife of Henderson Frame, to the above location at the northwest comer of Knipe Avenue and South Main in 1915, and the front porch and rear All-Sports P-T Graduate Boosters Meet Now In France By Linda "Jody" Acuff Arlin Bostian, a 1971 graduate of The P-T All-Sports Boosters met PerkM~Tryon High School and son Tuesday, Oct. 17th at 7:30 p.m. at of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bostian of P-T High School with 20 Boosters Route 2, Box 230, Perkins, has present, recently accepted a position with PiarLs were discussed to par- Rhone-Poulenc Agrochimic, a ticipate with a booth at the Old Set- French agrochemical company has- tiers Day and Harvest Festival in ed in Lyon, France. Perkins. We promoted ticket sales Prior to accepting this interna- for the 19inch television lobe given tional assignment, Arlin, his wife away at our last home game Friday, Marianne and two children, Ryan N ov. 3. Tickets are $1 or six tickets and Jessica, were living in Raleigh, for $5. N.C. {where Arlin was working for Darrell Sadler, D.D.S., a Perkins the U.S. subsidiary of the French graduate, has donated the TV to company, Rhone Poulenc Ag help raise funds for the P-T All- Company). Sports Boosters. Don't miss your The starting date of the assign- opportunity tobe a part of this wor- ment was Sept. I so Arlin and fami- thwhile fundraiser. If you'd like to ly have already packed up and mov- make donations to the Booster Club ed to France. in any amount, it can he sent to Lin- In France, Arlin will head the da "Jody" Acuff, Rt. 3, Box 460, company's product development Perkins, OK 74059. research for insec- The Booster Club encourages ticidesCnematicldes. new membership any time duringThe Bostians will remain in the school year. If you haven't join- France for between three to five ed, now is the best time! years and invite any of their friends Whether your interest is with to drop by if they're in the area. In s ofthall, football, basketball, track the meantime, if you can't visit, you or baseball' we've got them all at P- may want to drop them a lina Their T Schools. Just ask our Pep Club. address is 1065 Route de la Garde, cheerleaders and band!! 69670 Limonest, Franc~ Come and be a part of something After graduating from Perkins- hnportant - OUR KIDS. Member- Tryon, Arlin attended Oklahoma ship is only $5 for si~kgles or $7.50 State where he obtained a B.S. for the whole family, degree in Zoology/Biological The following people have Science in1975 and a M.S. inPlant already joined the Booster Club: Pathology/Nenatology in 1979. Carol and Cecil Acuff, Chris and He then moved to North Carolina Linda "Jody" Acuff, Billy Don and and enrolled at North Carolina Diane Allen, Elmer and Monta State Unlversity to pursue a Ph.D. Brown, Bob and Frances Burden,in Nematology. R andy and Barbara Collu m, Frank Bostian graduated from NCSU in and Judy Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Ed 1982 but remained at the universi- Cundiff. ty for almost a year completing A nd Bill and Verla Dickson, Bob post-doctoral research studies on and Freda Dickson, Lee and Phyllis the chemical control a[ nematodes. Dotter, Harold and Patty Evans, This research led to a job offer Terry and Karen Grooms, Sam and from Union Carbide (then located in Jan Gunter, Alvin and June Hall, the Research Triangle Park area Bill and Darlene Hall, Gerald and near Raleigh} where he worked un- Pat Hall, Helen Hall, Ken Hall, til 1987. Glenn and Gayla Higgins, GalenIn 1987, Union Carbide's and Juanita Holsinger. agricultural business was purchas- Also Dan and Karen Kastl, Lynned by the French chemical concern, and Kelly Kinder, LaVerne and Rhone-Poulenc Agrochimic. All of Wanda Miner, Larry and Galene this led to the job offer in LyorL Moorman, Kenneth W. Nelson, Jim Although it is early, Arlin and and Theresa Niles, Sharon Nivens, family report that they are enjoy- Calvin and Beth Oyster. ing life in France (the only problem And Harry and Dee Peterman, is that the people speak Frenchl). Greg and Freda Pierce, Richard and They are, however, looking for- Norma Poe, Bill and Virginia ward to visits from many friends Sasser, George and Jacklyn and relatives (including Joan and Shenold, Lonnie and Judy Tabor, Leon) and, if enough folks come to Larry and Jan Thomas, Dr. Johnsee them, they may start a "bed Williams and Barbara Wolf. and breakfast" for wayward Okies. (If you joined the Booster Club during the Harvest Festival Celebration. your name will appear in our next ,news column in The Let Others Know Journal. Thanks!) About It In The Journal The next regular meeting is planned for Monday, Nov. 13th at 547-2411 7:30 p.m. at P-T High School. I I I I Nutrition Center Fine Tune Your Body Precision Products i~~ :~ luality in whole food & :snacks, athletic & body building e nts, vitamin & mineral oductS, ircare & Rachel Perry Cosmetics. SUIIwater 9th & Main DOWNTOWN ............... ~ i' I Ill ~ 7 ~ /i/ / part added. Mrs. Mary Frame, standing in the photo, died in 1944. The property was purchased by the Paul Weems, who tore the house down in the 1960's, and constructed the brick home that now occupies the lo- cation. A photo of the Mollie Frame Millinery Shop and the Commer- cial Hotel, may be found in the new Perkins history book, Queen City Of The Cimarron, which is now for sale by the Perkins Historical So- ciety at Evans Publications, at 126 South Main Street. Cub Scout Pack No. 24 Presents Awards Cub Scout Pack No. 24 held their monthly pack meeting on Oct. 19. The meeting was opened by the Bears leading everyoue attending in the Pledge of Allegiance. The Wolves lead everyone in a Cub Scout song. Cub Master Mike Bale and Assistant Cub Master Kevin R adley presented the following awards: Den No. 2 - Webelos - Ran- dy Butch, Showman Pin; Justin Rogers, Showman Pin; Chad Gill, Showman Pin; Joshua Whitley, Showman Pin; Jeremy Whitiey, Showman Pin; Justin Williams, Showman Pin and Handyman Pin; Steven Lichtenwalter, Showman Pin, Handyman Pin and Webelo Compass. Den No. 4 - Bears - Andrew Har- ris, Bobcat Badge; Joseph Harris, Bobcat Badge; Devin Rain, Physical Fitness Belt Loop; Gary Kastl' Physical Fitness, Baseball, Biking and Swimming Belt Loops; Jesse Bale, Physical Fitness Belt Loop; Eric Hall, Biking Belt Loop; and Josh Evans, Physical Fitness Be]t Loop. Levi Rains, Physical Fitness, Soc- cer and Biking Belt Loops; Mark Hall, Physical Fitness and Baseball Belt Loops; Captain Foulks, Physical Fitness, Soccer, Baseball and Swimming Belt Loops; and James Whitley, Physical Fitness Belt Loop, Bear Badge, Gold and Silver Arrow Points. Following the presentation of awards, the Webelos presented a skit they had worked hard prepar- ing. They did a great job with the sound effects, props and the presen- tation of the skit. We worked on our float for the Old Settler's Day Parade and clos- ed our meeting with refreshments served by the Webelos. Pack No. 24 received a trophy for 3rd place in the parade. A very special "thank you" goes out to Scrub Dollins for pulling our float in the parade. Thanks to Don Deave for lending us his trailer, Dewayne Huff for the loan d his stock tank and Kenneth Reid for his hay bales. Our Popcorn sale was a big suc cess this year. pack sold a total of 290 units of popcorn compared to 192 units in 1987 and 108 units in 1988. We had 19 out of 25 scouts participate. Great job guysl Thank Seaman Recruit Jason G. Potts Completes Training Navy Seaman Recruit Jason G. Potts, son of Jerry G. Potts of Tryon has completed recruit train- in~ at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During Pott's eight-week train- ing cycle, he studied general military subjects designed to prepare him for further academic and omthejob training in one of the Navy's 85 basic fields. Pott's studies included seaman- ship, close order drill, Naval history and first aid. Personnel who com- plete this course of instruction are eligible for three hours of college credit in Physical Education and Hygiene. A 1989 graduate of Pittsfield Middle High School, Pittsifield, N.H., he joined the Navy in June 1989. Lt. Col. Escue Retires The U.S. Air Force has announc- ed retirement of Lt. Col. Ralph C. Escue after 22 years service. Zscue served as a systems con- trol and support director with the Command and Control Systems Center, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. prior to retiring. He is the sou of Frances J. Escue of 1112 S. McDonald, Stillwater. In 1963, Escue graduated from Stillwater High School He receiv- ed a master's degree in 1968 from Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. you Perkins, for your supportl The manual PowWow will be held Nov. 4th at 821 N. Duck in Stillwater from 8:15 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. The cost is $10.00. All leaders are encouraged to participate in this training opportunity. Contact Mike Bale, 377-9743 or Kevin Radley, 372-6093, for further information. Applications are still available. The Leaders Meeting which was originally scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 7th, is rescheduled for Nov. 9th. We will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Highland Park Methodist Church prior to the Subscribe To The " Journal Today! ' 547-2411 1990 Scout Sale The 1990 Girl Scout calendar sale begins November I. Oklahoma shares the photo spotlight this year with Florida on the 1990 Girl Scout wall calendars. Red Lands Girl Scout Council headquartered in Oklahoma City was chosen out of Round Table Meeting at 7:30 p.n~ 335 councils nation-wide to feature All den leaders are encouraged to .. Oklahoma Girl Scouts and their attend both meetings. November will be another busy month for our pack. November 11th, the Scouts will deliver food sacks throughout Perkins. These will be picked up on Nov. 18th and donated to the Ministerial Alliance of Perkins. The food will be dispers- ed throughout Perkins to needy families by the Ministerial Alliance. Our next Pack Meeting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 16th at 7 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Perkins. The theme for November's meeting will be a cake auctiorL Rules for the auction will be given to all the Scouts by their Den Leaders. This is also a fund raiser for our pack. Please try to attend the meeting, bring aunts, uncles and grandparents. The Pact Meeting is family oriente The boys work very hard to earn their badges, pins and belt loops. It's important to them if you're thece to share their accomplishments with them. It's not too late to become a Cub Scout. Scouting is a good learning experience for the Scout and their sponsor. Thank you. leaders in actiol~ Stillwater and Perkins Girl Scouts will he selling their new 1990 Girl Scout wall and pocket calen- dars during the month of November. These calendars are a major source of money for Girl Scout troops which plan projects and trips based on anticipated sales. The full-color wall calendar sells for $1.50 {75 cents staying with the Girl Scout troop) and the handy pocket calendar sells for $1.00 {40 cents to the troop}. Girls will be out in Stillwater and Perkins neighborhoods selling calendars the entire month of November or at booths in some Stillwster stores. This year Magic Empire Council hopes. to sell 43,000 wall calendars and 37,000 pocket calendars. The calendars are also available at the Girl Scout Lodge, 315 West 12th, in Stillwater or call 372-6016. Is Your Organization Doing Something Special? Let Others Know About It In-The J.ournal 547-2411 Nottingham Certificate of Achievement M arine Lance Cpl Billy tingham, whose wife daughter of Garr3 of Route 2, ed a Certificate of Nottingham received the~ in recognition of his achievement while serving s participant at the Engineering Laboratory, Proving Ground, Md. His performance helped essential data needed ceseful completion of tamination evaluatiorL greatly contributed to the tion of personnel procedures. Nottingham is with 2nd Marine M arine Corps Air Station, Point, N.C. A 1986 graduate of Tryon High School, he Marine Corps in January AA and AI-Anon Meeting times for Anonymous and Wednesday -- 7:30 Sunday -- 7 & 8 Both organizations meet Galen Holsinger i those interested in welcome. Volunteer" Larry Mouriman h_m "Key Volunteer" for Leukemia Society paign in Perkins. The drive is scheduled immediately and November 21st. The drive is a and urges that "each of been touched at some time disease through the relative or close friend". This campaign tunity to make a difference t ing in the fight against disease Leukemia is knows no age boundaries ,! (and it's related diseases)i largest medical cause of children and kills 10 times adults. The direct financial Oklahoma in need J help many in need and the our research efforts generations to come by killer out of business. Come to Cimarron Bingo Casino (formerly Iowa Tribal Bingo) at Perkins! discover what high-stakes bingo is all about. The exciting Bin now open SATURDM EVENINGS, Sunday afternoon and all other the We play for a total of over cash and Our prize levels for all games have NOON $1PIBC/Jt, L~ (11 TILL 4) $2.59 MONDAY -- Liver & Onions TUESDAY - Polish Sausage WEDNESDAY -- BeefBurrtto with Chill THURSDAY - Lasagna FRIDAY - Baked Chicken Each served with your choice of one vegetable EVEmN6 & weemeND SF =C3A $3.49 MONDAY -- Liver & Onions TUESDAY - Polish Sausage WEDNESDAY - BeefBurrito with Chill THURSDAY - Lasagna FRIDAY -- Baked Chicken SATURDAY - Old Fashioned Chicken Fded Steak SUNDAY - Pork Roast wlth Dressing Each served with your choice of any two vegetables and a bread * The progressive U-PICK-EM, to: The progressive 44 BLACKOUT goes up to a Our "Spin-and-win" Wheel l"W0 $1, And, our game packs HAVE increasedstill only $15 costs {or Sunday afternoon) of all regular or$5fora Monday. Wednesday. regular sessions start afternoon sessions start al Be a Winner at Cimarron Bingo Casino. Your Little Las Vegas on the Cimarron River. (In Perkins, on Freeman Avenue, 1/2 mite west ol Hwy 177} em, mo==~ Phone: (4~) 547-5~2 o=u=..m