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November 10, 1994

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DAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1994 PAGE 7 ): Youth Sunday on Nov. 20; Community Service on Nov. 20 at 7:00 PM; Service of and Praise on Nov. 27 at 7:30. School classes for all ages meet weekly at and worship follows at 10:55. Children's Choirs at 6:00. Visitors are welcome. Grace what a glorious way to begin a service of blessing. It seems the world is over, have heard this song. of us its words mean one thing but to others its have been saved by, (I once was lost but now I us have worked hard for the necessity of life but stop to realize that everything we have ac- not belong to use. It is God's world, all of it. its wealth and its powers. As children of God his abundance and it's benefits. He asks us to of our earnings, not to much you could say to to the whole wide world. We are told in Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon and rust doth corrupt and where thieves through and steal." We know God is in heaven. 4:1, Last part; Knowing that ye also have a Who hath measured the waters in the hand and meted out heaven with the span and the dust of the earth in a measure and weighed in scales and hills in a balance. Amazing let us humble ourselves therefore under the of god, that he may exact us in due time: our cares upon him; for He careth for you and sustain you through your trials, is my prayer. Baptist Church of Agra's homecoming wasa - 136 former members and guest made it a joy all. music by church family members, Marie Roe, Mamie Silvers, a tape by our former pastor, Now serving the Lord in Fort Worth, and Lenora Kinders grandchildren were ..:::::~i:i::." .. .... :::::::. , :.::: ... ====================== : 'iiii!!ii;i) ....... i:!i!::!ii!i:!: iiiii:iiiii:ii::i!i:iiii:ii! .:. '.$~;:.~" :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :~:'~:T ....i~~'~':~f))))i)~::::::.:)))i. .:. "~'ii:,ii::ii:;i~i!~::~:i~ii::::::!i:.;::i:.:::.i)i,.. SENIO "2.~:~.:~:~. ~ .,.-:-:..~. ::..-:-:. ~:.:,:::::%-:,:.:.:.~.%, My personal thanks to Esther Ham for providing the news from the center...it is appreciated very much. It has been another excit- ing and very busy week at our center with many, activi- ties. On Wednesday, Novem- ber 2 many gathered to be- gin the behind the scenes work required to have our fund-raising dinner and on Thursday the great work was continued. We had the larg- est crowd we have ever had with 137 people coming to dinner. What an exciting evening. We received so many compliments on the wonderful food. We are so grateful for the support of our center and your willingness to take part in our activities making it one of the best things in Perkins America. Prior to the dinner a total of 164 people received the flu shots from noon to 4 p.m. and while waiting inhaled the delicious aroma of cooking stew and beans. It is a cer- tainty this aided in the great number served. It was a won- derful day! On Saturday night 16 people gathered to play games and fellowship with great food adding the good time of the evening. We had people dropping in during the evening from out of town who were in Perkins attending the Alumni Banquet. What a wonderful evening. I heard that on Clean-Up day we are going to have fried chicken, wit biscuits and gravy for all those who work cleaning up our center. You will not want to miss this...you work, then eat GREAT FOOD> Our Birthday Luncheon is scheduled for November 18 and this is always a high- light oi a week especmlly those with November birthdays...so make plans to come. The center furnishes the meat and you are just to bring a fill in ...eat and stay and play all our games with US. Side Quartet was wonderful. If you ever get a them, they will bless your heart with their testimonies. God bless them. The covered dish followed as always enabled everyone to catch and making new ones. committee sends special thanks to all a great day. Sue Silicer who helped in plus putting together the bulletin a extra also to Cushing Floral ~r Decorations, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kastl Our Little Branson Monday Night music was enjoyed by a large crowd that loves to fellowship, and enjoy good time music. We had 117 people who enjoyed the great sounds furnished by the fol- lowing musicians: Ival Hesser, Allen Cain, Vic Metzger from Stillwater; Ethel Bowes, Harvey Preston, Dixie Preston, Bob Scott, Jim Music, Wanda Bennett, Homer Wilson, all from Cushing; Bud Smith from Crescent; Alvy Stevens from Tulsa; Art and Jackie Bennett, and Jack Luker from Oklahoma City; Larry Darnell from Wellston; Glenn and Esther Nottingham from Coyle; Frances Hoover, Jimmie Dodson, Norvel Cole, Harold Hughes, Jim Ham, Bennie Russell, Evelyn Havel, and Teresa Adams from Perkins. With all this great music the rafters fairly shoot with happiness! Our hostesses who had tables loaded with delicious baked goodies and sand- wiches were Kaye Cain, Flora Cundiff, and yours The P-T Agriculture booster met at the Agricul- ture" farm on November 3, 1994. Plans for the work day on November 5th were final- ized. The auction to be held November 19th was dis- cussed. There will be a con- cession stand serving BBQ sandwiches for lunch. Gene Wellenberg, Ted Arthur, Beannie Sadler, and Roger Jennings are the individuals to be contacted for items to be auctioned. The meeting was adjourned and refresh- ments were served to twelve members. The next meeting will be a Christmas Party on December 1st with all mem- bers bringing goodies. All 4-H and FFA parents are in- vited and encouraged to at- tend the Agriculture Booster ~ON Local and Ama Churches The Perkins Journal will be "re-doing" it's church direc- tory and we need your help. We want to include pastors, worship services, location and telephone numbers. Please submit that inform~i- tion as soon as possible to The Journal office. truly. Mrs Jim Music brought a delicious apple cake that disappeared as quickly as we got it on the table. Another great evening in "Little Branson in Perkins America" Mrs. Bud Smith won "Mr. Sam" yard decoration do- nated and created by Dorothy Crume of Wellston. Con- gratulations Mrs. Smith and thanks, Dorothy, for helping the center pay our bills. Another Rummicub tourna- ment is scheduled for Friday evening, November 11, start- ing at 5 p.m...come and beat the experts...have fun and we are going to eat pizza before, during and after the tournament...so it will be another fun evening at our center. Our best wishes to Alpha Bowers who is not doing real well health wise...she is a corner post at our center and has been so faithful in every activity. Come where everyone has a good time...the center be- longs to all seniors 55 or older and you are always welcome. That's all the news for this week. Meetings. We meet at 7:00 PM the first Thursday of ev- ery month at the Agriculture farm. Cushing Regional Hospital Is Pleased To Announce... Lynn Anderson, M.D. Board Certified In Dermatology ha~ joined the ~ of Cushing Regk~ld Ho~plti~ri Outpatient Specialty Clinic Appointment# Are A vMlsble By C~lllng 918/225-2741 ceIeb ute Gnrd versur Emil and Pauline Kastl ter and are now retired re- ...... recently celebrated their 50th siding on their farm south- wedding anniversary, family east of Stillwater. , daughter of Ed and Darla, is shown she received for being chosen "Com- Camper~ of Troop 99 at a recent overnight. Perkins Community Thanksgiving Din- at the First United Methodist Church, on Saturday, Nov. 19, 5:30-7:00 PM. for the meal, which will incl,de fare (turkey and fudns), and community is welcome. Any donations go to the missions programs of the church. to help with the dinner may contact at 547-2481. members reported to The Perkins Journal. The couple celebrated their anniversary at a reception that included 110 guests, many from out of town. The couple have three children and five grandchildren: Mike and Teresa Kastl, Jill and Andrea of Edmond; Bart and Connie Brashears, Angela, Chris, and Amanda of Weatherford; and Dennis Kastl of Stillwater. Guests from Nebraska in- cluded Tony and Mary Sabata, Mary Jane Sabata, and Frances Kastl; and Glenn and Delores Bongers from Kansas City, Missouri. The couple was married on October 21, 1944 in Stillwa- Pauline (Johnson) Kastl graduated from Stillwater High School in 1940 and at- tended Oklahoma State Uni- versity for two years. She worked for Cessna in Wichita, Kansas. Emil graduated from Yukon High School in 1939 and has farmed south of Stillwater since 1937. While farming, he also worked for Farmer's Union Insurance and in 1958 was elected as State Secre- tary. He served with Farmers Union in that capacity for 28 years until retiring in 1986. 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