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November 10, 1994     The Perkins Journal
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t:KIXU JOURNAL THURSDAY, N EMBER 10, 1994 by Dora Mercer that everyone enjoyed the evening of Friday, 28, as they gathered when the Lions hosted the at the high school cafeteria. It was great to as we ate the very delectable meal. The very generous with the pancakes, bacon and It was fun visiting with neighbors and friends Would not.otherwise see. As we sipped coffee and guys were very efficient in replenishing the many do appreciate the many projects that the Lions for the Lions: when I was a little girl it was nearing Easter and I came home with an announcement. I was so excited in and smaller sisters that the lions were Easter eggs for we kids. I surely wanted to the hunt as I'd never heard of a Lion hiding eggs. I the mirth on my parents faces were because I was at getting to see the animals do that amazing was a great day. A friend surprised me by We attended a snack supper that evening. We cards and dominoes and entertained the children as they rang the doorbell. evening found us at a pot luck meal as the group again played games while visiting and tell- Ol son has a new great granddaughter. Her name Marie. Cundiff tells of her new great grandson and his Taylor Layne. Former P-T grad gains OSU honors Brent Niles, graduate of Perkins-Tryon High School in Perkins, recently pledged Sigma Nu fraterniiy, Epsi- lon Epsilon chapter located at Oklahoma State Univer- sity in Stillwater. While attending Perkins- Tryon, Niles was editor of the high school newspaper, "De- lllfllL] J , for two years; member of the year book staff; President of his Senior Class; member of Oklahoma Honor Society; and Secretary of the National Honor Soci- ety. On the Oklahoma State University campus he is member of the President's Leadership Council of the University. He also com- peted and won scholastic membership on the Fresh- man Leadership Council and the Freshman Representative Council. In addition Niles is on the Homecoming Commit- tee, and on the "A" Bowling Team for Sigma Nu. A jour- nalism major, Niles in en- rolled in the Honors Program for Advanced Students at OSU. Brent Niles is the son of Jim and Theresa Niles, and has a brother, Shane, who is a Sigma Nu Senior, Zac in 10th grade and another brother Jake, in the sixth grade. His grandparents are also residents of Perkins, AE "Kate" and Alice Niles. Elizabeth Wise I had quite a few people stop by my house. Was people who wanted to talk about Dad. It of the way that people used to stop and visit Dad's house. had the coffee pot on the stove. It wasn't a or dripolator, it was a big blue enamel pot that the coffee in. Many times we have had a cup of when she took time off from her household sat outside, on the front porch. He kept busy Perkins baseball group to discuss new ballfield The Perkins Baseball As- sociation will be having a special meeting Wednesday, November 16, 6:30 p.m. at the Highschool Commons to discuss ways to build a new baseball field. If you would like more in- formation, contact Mike ,-his fiddle, or isitinR-witi mme ith :at 3 2,6899, ,,,, to talk. Several people wanted to take of him and kids loved to wear his hat and boots to picture made with him. visit I remember well. A woman we knew came day with her two sons, about eight and ten years older boy really had a case of hero worship for asked Dad to play his fiddle, so we all gathered in room and Dad played a fiddle tune while the boy That tune lasted a long time, as did the know if the boy danced because he thought as long as Dad played, or if Dad decided to play as the boy danced. though, that it was one exhausted kid who home. Republican women to meet County Repub- will be having QVe aber meeting in at the American Bank, 500 N. on Monday, No- The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. and will feature guests Carla Manning and Lee Denning. If you need a ride to the meeting, you can call Elaine Garland at 743- 2626. tt It's Time To Winterize Your Car *We'll Check Your Car For Antifreeze and Replace It If Necessary Plus! *We Balance Tires and Fix Flats! *Batteries *Hercules Mufflers *Official Inspection Station I On The Corner of Main &JThomas Perkins 547-2748 Open Mon-Fri. 9-5 Sat. 9-12 OW TO SAY "SAVINGS" IN SIGN LANGUAGE. qemr the Old West ome alive through .PIMol Pete's own Ivoioe In this ran), oommeroi l-quallty audio Over sixty minutes of vinlage Frank E ton In an exolusive interview thai relives many of the lventuras written about in his autoMooraphy. Hurry, While qu n@tlem lastl t exclusively Perldns Journal, 122 South M in in downtown Perldrm. 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