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November 10, 1994     The Perkins Journal
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} T THURS EMBER 10, held for William "Dec" Knipe, longtime'l%rkins 79, longtime Perkins area established an farmer .... and bookkeeping 35 Years A o. November the Sasser Profes-1959." li{tdlding Niles is the There were no $5 winners ate'and Alice during the weekly drawing. ph's Packing hen- Clara Coe, Carl Jarvis and Baker, Connie Wells, Katy Hughes, Judy Friedemann, Peggy Engles, Virginia Reynolds, Trudy Troxell, LaDonna Farley, Lydia Davis, and Phyliss Houston. fe Crane and Lonnie Clarence Shaffer all had their for 25 years of Her- names called. Also missing company. Ralph out on the money were Ber- [ rane purchased the tha Hart, Gene Webb, and 1959 A major re- John Breeden...Phil Tomlin- of City Hall is an- son, the son of Jim Tomlin- -[: according to Cityson, was promoted to Captain !er Gerald Hall...Thein the Air Force ROTC at The first nine weeks of [Church of Christ hadOSU...Richard Frame, son ofschool has rushed by us! [lal ground-breaking Mr. and M, rs..R.B. Frame and We would like to welcome i[uew building on Lov- Ralph Marler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beth Oyster as our Kin- Mrs. Henry B. Marler, gradu- dergarten teacher this year. F l'erk]ns-Tryon De- ated from recrmt training mThe class (and parents) think .feated Tonkawa 14- San Diego, Calif.. she is doing a great job! ghted by a 50 yard, Editor and Publisher of TheMrs. Jeannie McDonald is capped off by a Perkins Journal urged read-treading new waters this oy Corey McDaniel. era to get behind the Corn-year taking on the first an Ver also scored a TDbined Drive...The dedication, second grade classes together. former stu- of the recently completed She has a positive approach teachers attended Tryon gymnasium is ached- to the additional demands of ' Ju ni -. Banquet. Paul uled Nov. 22, according to the combined classes. Keep [.W.as the Master of School Superintendent H.I. uv the good workV I ales...Perkins voted Jones...Donna Murlin, Eden "We are having 'hanksgiv- w aning Republican Chapel correspondent, re- ing Dinner on Thursday, Mike Morris in ported that there were 53 Nov 17. For anyone wish- 33 State Repre- attending church ing to attend we would like [:race... Sunday...Jennie Busch, to have reservations turned Clayton correspondent, re- in b Monda Nov 14 For Y Y, . . ported that the roadgrader more information contact the '[Perkins students are was out repairing the roadsgrade school office at (918) flg Ctentral State Uni- this week...Del-Mar's IGA ad- 374-2217. '" They are Randy verhsed Cams Coffee, 2 lb Tr on s ynnd " " ' y tudents are partici- can, for $1 33 Alice Cundiff, "atin- in - " "": - v m n-a-.non IX/, correspondent, reported which is to raise money for ome-of-l 's. that Mr. and Mrs. Vivian St. Jude Children's Research Cj l- ie Lacy Cun&ffwereFr]dayevening Hospital. This fund raiser os r-were co- supper guests with Mr. and starts Nov 2 ,T ' Washington J.T. l ins... Tryon Tigers basketball Clu _met at the _ _ ' ule is as follows: ~e leers A=to November schedt Nov. 14 hosei/att'en"dance Frank Evans, Perkins Drumright 5:00 There :ra Cundiff, Pearl band instructor, announced Nov. 21 [2' Lorraine Hall, that the band festival will be Carney 5:00 Here Nutt, . Grace March 5...Attending the Ma- Dec. 2 a Wegley,-I ois sons district meeting in Drumright 5:00 Here Ingalls were H.E. Cornett, Dec. 5 I, Y ivian Maxey, A.N. Clark, Harold Martin, Oak Grove 5:00 There Burton, Effie Glenn Carson, Roscoe Dec. 12 Elsie Jenkins... Emerson, R.J. Chesney, Carney 5:00 Here Frank Hillhouse, Carl Young, Dee. 15 s,- lon by Melvin Fry, Vic Holbrook, White Rock 6:00 There dOUrna! tor prov]d- l of the photos of the W.H. Fisher, S.C. Wallen, and Jan. 5 . Uring the past Ed Burgess... Oak Grove 5:00 Here l'Iead Coach Ditz Two boys, Frank Sharpley Jan. 16-20 " Praised defensive and Jim Kirby, have built up Oak Grove Tourn. To be herds of grade cattle. The There announced. w ndY Henigman projects were started as part Jan. 24 . Yrd for their play of an FFA project...Thirty White Rock 6:00 Here [ aaffa . The Demons, e to Play Hominy in [ r"ad of playoffs... ~~ Cushing Regional Hospital Is Offering Low-Dose se had AT A REDUCED PRICE! : i! #I: 248 S. MAIN 547-2976 #2: NORTH OF TOWN 547-2837 Bud.weiser BUD On Sale 12 pack bottles - i in for a hot cup of on your way to work-=n the morning!!" I II I s l 12 pak :-I I sg BUSCH 1 2 pack Bottles N On Sale J 10 m 10 e W 40 W30 e are read by a Board Late appointments are available on Tuesdays to accommodate working women. 1027 E. Cherry Cushing, OK 74023 (91S) 226-2915 American Thunder SHIRTS 8.99 "No Fear" f t TEE SHIRTS ; i, $6.99 to *8. 99 BRAND NEW SHIPMENT OF SWEATSHIRTS HAS JUST ARRIVED! "PR #I: 248 $. MAIN 547-2976 #2: NORTH OF TOWN 547-2037 OUOLY SERVING PERKINS FOR 211 YEARS III II I I I III I I ~i