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November 15, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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To Observe 1Wedding Anniv. and Mrs. E. A. Hender- Ponca City will observe wedding anniversary and relatives of the are invited to attend an at the home of their and sister, Mr. and V. Henderson, 500 N. Perkins, from 2-4:30 by their children, Mrs. Arthur Hender- Mr. and Mrs. Law- Ponca City, and Mrs. Cleo Graham of request no gifts. Guest At Builders Meeting two children guests were at Oak Dale Home Extension dinner. Wan- gave the invocation. were decorated in tall colors with pump- leaves and flower ar- introduced the guest after dinner, The club to order by the pre- Elnora Smith, The de- ['was given by Mildred who read two poems. read the Woman's in unison followed by Salute. The roll call by nine members What they were thankful gave an art exhi- showed various arti- can be used for decor- the hence for the corn- Joe Costner gave the on holiday foods. She interesting article on in the U.S.A." She several sheets of and gave each mere- of MacSnac, Butter Bars and Nutmeg Who attended Achieve- at Stillwater on Octo- Elnora Smith, Lil- Viola Gunkel, Arlene Belle Whltmore. were made for the Night Supper, Novem- ber 7 p.m. Wanda Smith Penny Prize and the will be the Christ- Club Luncheon and Cbuntry Home Club met for their meeting and a salad November 9, at 12:30 of Judy Niles. was opened with "Holiday Foods" by She made three foods for the hell- e punch all of which I The Journal, Thursday, November 15, 1973 - 9 The Baldknobbers, a country- western band, headquartering in Branson, Missouri, will be appearing in the Glencoe High School gymnasium November 29, at 8 p.m. The profits will be to support the Little League, a program benefitting 50 plus boys in this community. Admis- sion will be $2 for adults and $1 for children. Do come. Drawing News Winners of the drawing held Saturday, November 10, 1973 were as follows: DEL - MAR'S GROCERY STORE: Alice Cundiff, Flossie Cameron; W. N. BAKERS STORE: Frank Shelton; Mc- DANIEL & SONS HARDWARE: Leba Williams, Anna Mahar; BLUMERS CHAMPLIN SER- VICE STATION: Nora Sadler; JOHNNY'S CONOCO SERVICE: Violet Brake. Mrs. Etta Elliott from Cush- ing and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimm from Perkins spent last Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brown and daugh- ter in Ponce City. *** Mr. and Mrs. Lilburn Grimm from Oklahoma City spent Sat- urday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimm. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Thomp- son and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thompson and sons Duke and Derek of Stillwater and Mrs. Sam Rains were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bower, re.Rossander Exchanged Thursday, November l, 1973, Sr., Mary Ruth Focht, Pamela Moore and Gary Roe- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marrs, Mrs. sander were married in the Susie hossander, Mr. and Mrs. Good The Good" Cheer Club met Friday, November 9 at the home of Mrs. DeVilla Clark with Mrs. Maurine R*iggs as co-hostess. A covered-dish luncheon was served at noon. The tables were decorated with Fall flowers and Thanksgiving napkins. The business meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. DeVilla Clark. The Devo- tional was by Mrs. Clark. The Lord's Prayer was repeated and the flag salute given. Mrs. Maurine Riggs recited the song, "Over the River and Through the Woods". Mrs. DeVilla Clark gave a reading "Thanks for Ev- erything". The Penny Prize was won by Mrs. Effie Emerson. Election of officers was held and the following were elected: president, Mrs. Bernice Jor- dan; vice president, Mrs. Effle SPEECH CONTEST On the evening of November 6, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evans took three members of the Perkins - Tryon FFA to the Farmers Union District Speech Contest at Shawnee. Tony Arthur and Penny More- land gave speechs on FFA and Carla Hlnkle gave a speech on REC. Tony got a first place plaque and Carla got a third place plaque on their speechs. Also receiving honors from Payne County were Janet Short from Cushing and Melita Wyatt from Stillwater. POT LUCK SUPPER A Pot Luck Supper will be held Saturday, November 17 at the I X L Community Building. Everyone is welcome. HIGH PRAIRIE FARMERS UNION MEETING The High Prairie Farmers Union Local 672 will hold its annual meeting November 23rd at the High Prairie Community building at 7:30 p.m. A short business meeting with the elec- tion of officers for the coming year will be conducted by the present officers, Verlln Nelson, president, Orval Burton, vice president, and Bill Wells, sec- retary. Everyone in the com- munity is welcome to attend this meeting. Refreshments will be served. Cheer Club Elects Officers Emerson; secretary-treasur- er, Mrs. Maurine Riggs. Those present were Mes- dames Clodia Arthur, Sophia Rogers, Winnle Mosor, Daisy Holbrook, Margaret Graves, Effle Emerson~ DeVllla Clark, Maurine Riggs. The next meeting will be the Christmas meeting D~member 14 at the I X L Community Building with everyone as host- ess. The meat will be furnlshed and the club ladles are to bring a covered-dlsh and a Christmas gift for their Secret Pals. Some have birthdays in December so thls could mean two gifts for Some. Local Hairdresser Attends Los Vegas Beauty Show by the group with Dora Mercer, owner-operat- She made Jeweled ~._ ~ ~ or of Dora's Beauty Shop, 307 Cookies, Rocky ~ E. French, Perkins, took part s, Fruit Cake to in the National Hairdressers fancy, and Cranbery and Cosmetologists Associa- Inch. tion's "New, Now National lunch the regular Beauty Show" held at the Las meeting of the club Vegas Hilton Hotel the first to order by Presl- " q C L U B week of November. Cundiff. Devotional 104:14-15 was Bowyer. members answered answering the ques- are thankful for .... ". of the last meeting by Marthn Bowyer. Show was discus- that could would for the event Thursday, Novem- the Courthouse in drawn for the Club meeting in De- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milacek of Waukomis, are theparentsof a baby girl, born October 24, The little girl was named Steph- anie Lyn. The Milaceks are former residents of Glancoe, as he taught there several years ago. They have two other child- ren, Klmborly and Pamela. Congratulations. Pioneer QuiltingMeet The Pioneer Quilting Club met November 8 at the home of Lottie Sharpton. Among the show's activities was a holiday seagon halrfash- ion l~resentation during a "Meet the Fashion Pressa' program. Other highlights of the show were the "America's Cup" con- test, a presentation by Dr. Joyce Brothers on "The Psychology of Beauty*', The National Beauty Show "Hall of Renown", "The New Breed Hair Concert", "A Scientist's T~Ik about Skin and Hair~', eliminations for the 1974 U. So Olympic Hair Styling Team, and beauty manufacturer exhibitions and clinics. The following members were present: Lodene Taylor, Mary ~~ Riley, Susie Nichels, Louise ~~ Sutliff and children, Pearl Busch, Tillie Bateson, Donna Murlin, Reva Burton. The next meeting will be with Della LaVern ltickman the 13th of December. Each is to bring a gift. ~tembers present be- mentioned above Cordray, Diann Lo- Robinson. Vi- the meeting were Margie Mot- Nickels, and Linda adjourned until home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Moore, Jr. Serving the bride as Matron of Honor was Sherry Hesser and Best Man for the groom was Mike Smith. Little Scott Moore was the ring bearer and Kim- berly Shell was the flower girl. Sherri Grissom played appro- priate music on the organ as the bride was escorteddownthe aisle by her father. Serving at tile reception was Sherri Grisson|, Mrs. Polly Shenold and Kelly Denny. Guests present for the occas- ion were Mr. and Mrs. George Fund Raising Glencoe High School will par- ticipate in a f~md raising pro- ject to benefit programs in medicine at the Oklahoma Medi- cal Research Foundation, it was announced today. Called "For,nation Re- search," the project consistsof taking voluntary collections during sports events staged by students and school officials across the state. Glencoe will take up tim collection on No- vember 30 during the game with Morrison High School. During the past several years, schools in Oklahoma have provided funds for opera- ting two laboratories at the Research Foundation located at 825 Northeast 13th Street, Okla- homa City. Since I953, former OSUfoot- ball coach, Jim Lookabaugh, has served as chairman of the project and worked in support of the Medical Research Founda- tion in many ways. Funds collected by students at Glencoe High will be used to support work in cancer and heart disease. The Research Foundation depends largely upon the public for support of its programs. R is a privately financed medical research and educational organization. Lookabangh said, "The ~u- dents, faculty and spectators at these athletic events are helping themselves and all Ok- lahomans by responding to the Walter l{ossander, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shenold, Mr. and Mrs. Mick Denny, Kelly, Judy and Tom, Charles Patten, Sherri Hesser, Sherri Grissom, Jerry Shell, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Helt. Pictures were taken~by the Helt Studio of Stillwater. ARer the reception the young couple left for a honeymoon which took them to Bettendorf, Iowa, where they spent some time with Gary's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Waack and Kristie. They returned home to begin work Tuesday morning. Congratulations. At Glencoe needs of medical research. They will be supporting a dedi- cated, highly skilled group of scientists at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation." Friendship Club Meets The Friendship Club [net Monday, November 5, at the home of Mrs. Goldle Lacy for a Thanksgiving Dinner. A deli- cious meal was served at the noon hour with Turkey and all the trimmings. The business meeting was called to order by the presi- dent, Mrs. Oma Kidd. Roll call was answered by what each one was thankful for. Several ladies showed craft articles they had made. Those present were Mesdam- es Maude Markee, Oma Kldd, Vera Jarvis, Ruth Stanley, Doy- le VanZandt, Bertie Tarlton, Ella Baker, TIHte Bateson, Lea Houston, Nellie Knox, Sophia Rogers, Wlunie Moser, Goldle Lacy, Grade Hudgens, and two guests, Mrs. Aria Shaffer and Mrs. Dorothy Sanders. The next meeting will be the Christmas meeting December 3, at the home of Mrs. Nora Fulton for an afternoon meet- ing. Everyone is to bring home- made candy or cookies and a giR for their Secret Pal. LET'S CLEAN UP t AND GO SEE "STAN" THE STEAK MAN GERTNER'S HOTEL CUSHING 21h E. Broadway Cushing 918-255-1/+00 "STEAK HOUSE" 6 P.M. til I0 P.M. Thurs. & Fri. 6 P.M. til ??? Sat. BUFFETERIA everyday, 11:00 to 2:00 except Sat. & Sun. Complete Bnnquet Facilities for up to 225 people Parking in rear for Hotel and Steak House g uest j"