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November 15, 1973

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i? IO- The Journal, Thursday, November 15, 1973 STATEMENT OF ~: =:- ......... --= ....... = ........ q NONDISCRIMINATION 4, . ! Glencoe Area News P Central Rural Electric! j Mrs. Sherman Bower Coope,a.v. | has filed with the Federal Govern- ~ -----===: ---~ =- ...... --"'~"~=~'="~~ ment a Compliance Assurance in which it assures the Rural Elec- Mrs. Alma Cummins return- Mr. Courtright's cousin, John trlflcation Administration that it ed home after spending some will comply fully with all require- ments of Title VI of the Civil time with her son and family, Rights Act of 1964 and the Rules Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Cummins and Regulations of the Department of Agriculture issued thereunder, . of Owasso. to the end that no person in the Presently visiting her mother United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, Mrs. Emma Holland, is Mrs. be excluded from participation in. Nell Droke, Putnam. be denied the benefits of. or be otherwise sub iected to discrimina- Mrs. Marjorie Wells and Joan tion in the conduct of its program Of Anthony, Kansas, wereweek- and the operation of its facilities Under this Assurance. this organ- end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. lzation is committed not to diacrim- Les Hrabe and other relatives inate against any person on th~ ground of race. color or national and friends in theGlencoecom- origin in its policies and practices munity. relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices Mrs. Goldie Kuhn and Mrs. relating to treatment of benefi- James Kuhn were Oklahoma ciaries and participants including rates, conditions and extension of City visitors Sunday. service, use of any of its facilities. Dean Courtrlght, Perry, vi- attendance at and participation in any meetings of beneficiaries and sited with his parents, and oth- participants or the exercise of any er relatives this past Tuesday. rights of such beneficiaries and participants in the conduct of the Sunday guests with Mr. and operations of this organization. Mrs. Lea Hrabe were their "Any person who believes himself, children and families, Mr. and or any specific class of individuals. to be subjected by this organization Mrs. Jim Freeman and Chris, to discrimination prohibited by Pawnee; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Title VI of the Act and the Rules and Regulations issued thereunder Focht, Rusty and TomiSue, Mr., may, by himself or a representative, and Mrs. Jim Watkins and Tracy file with the Secretary of Agricul- ture, Washington. D:C. 202.50. or and Mrs. Norma Huff, Larry the Rural Electrification Admlnls- and Brett, Stillwater. Other tration, Washington, D.C. 20250, or thla organization, or all, a written guests were Mrs. Beulah Courtright, Stmday. Mrs. Jane Todish was a Still- water visitor Monday. Wayne Linsenmeyer spent the weekend visiting a friend, Terry Bese, Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bar- rows went to Perry, Saturday evening to visit with Mr. Bar- rows' brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brown and with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bennett, who had arrived to visit from Rogers, Arkansas. Mrs. Bob Furrh entertained friends Friday night with a Plaque Party. It was an unusual and most interesting evening, enjoyed by all who attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Furrh and family, Tulsa, were week- end visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Furrh. ILLNESSES Tammy Courtright, daughter of Bill Courtright, has been quite ill with the fluand receiv- complaint. Such complaint must be Hrabe, Cleveland, and Mrs. ed treatment in the emergency filed not later than 90 days after Marjorie Wells and John ~f room of the Stillwater hospital the alleged dlscrimlnathm, or by such later date to which the Secre- Anthony, Kansas. Saturday night. tary of Agriculture or the Rural Electrification Administration ex- Mr. and Mrs. Melbu~n Huff Mathew Driskell has been a tends the time for filing. Identity and children, Perry, visited patient in the Stillwater hos- of complainants will be kept con- several days this pastweekwith pital. fldential to the extent necessary to carry out the purlmses of the Rules their parents, Mrs. Ana Huff and Regulations. and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sharp- LOCALS ~ ton. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams, Morrison, were Sunday callers on Harold Courtright. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Court- right attended the funeral of ..... Created Wlth ?' Loving Care... Rusty Focht was honored on the occasion of his llth birth- day Monday night. It was a fam- ily affair, with guests attending from Pawnee and Stillwater. He received many gifts and enjoyed the lovely cake presented to him. Happy Birthday! Pete Will, Arlington; Texas, was a weekend visitor with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Will. Saturday evening dinner guests with his mother, Winnie Lazenby, were Mr. and Mrs. John Lazenby and children, of Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gent spent Beautiful Sculptured S Oeeply Engraved to your specifications. Now In Our in Stillweter. 100 Percent Guaranteel Prices Start at No Money Down. Many beautiful Granites end M rble with excel- lent contrast from which to choose your lasting Blesingerne Memorials. Saturday and Sunday in and near Hot Springs, Arkansas. They spent some time trout flshinf in the White River near Beav- ver Dam. Gladys caught a fist large enough tobrag about---and to incite envy. Sunday they at- tended church in Eureka Springs. They report that the fall foliage, and the scenery over all, is breath taking. Afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Bert Will were R. W. Stokes and Ellen Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Clark, David, and Mrs. Eva Brown were Sunday visitors with Mr. and MrS. Melvin Young, Still- water. They also visited Mrs. Brown's son and Mrs. Clark's brother, Joe Leigh, Morrison. Mr. Leigh had been hospitalized but is now convalescing at home. Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Pinkston of Stillwater and hisdaughter, Mrs. Ronnie Banner and baby of Moore, recently visited with Mrs. PlnkstonPs mother, Mrs. Gladys Paxton. Mrs. Owen Caldwell and children, Wichita, Kansas, were Friday night visitors wlth her mother, Mrs. Gladys Paxton. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Gladys Paxton were her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Paxton and children, Stfllwater. J. N. (RED) LEE DIES J. N~ (Red) Lee, brother of Rile Lee, died in a Bartlesville hospital, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Rile Lee attended the fun- eral services and burial in Bar- tlesville Monday. "Red" Lee was a long-time teacher in the Bartlesville schools and pall bearers were his former co- workers. Glencoe friends were grieved to learn of his passing. Tuesday visitors with Mrs. Maude Davis were her sisters, Mrs. Frankie Martin, River- side, California and Mrs. Josie Vineyard, Stillwater. P-T 4-H The Perkins 4-H met day, November 6 in lunchroom. Those monstrations were Kelley Taylor: Finishing Wood; Treating Sheep for Perlsltes; and Gay Kenda Kirby: County Junior DemOa Constest will be on December 1. A committee was select a new name Members are Allan Sasser, Kenda Kirby Moorman and Donald Mark Moor man the Oklahoma Rabbit Show and reminded about the Payne and Poultry Show on November 16-17. A report on the llamentary shop was given by A committee for the-Fun Contest to January was hers are Mike ald Jarvis, Dale Sasser, Carla Branstetter, Gay Hart, and MrS. The group mas Caroling in December. bers are Donald Branstetter, Mark Moorman, and Mrs. Bud jarvtS. Gay Hart, ed the club of the ievement Banquet to Stlllwater December Project IReratur~ ed out by Mr, les Wall. Others attending Cundiff, Don Luster Carla PAggins, Sherry Katie Lincoln, Shelly Magee, Mr. and Mrs. MorrisDodson, Lisa Webb and MrS- Enid, were Monday visitors with ney. Mr. Dodson's brother and ram- 4-H members fly, Mr. and Mrs: Ernest Dod- this article for son, Lisa and Teresa. book. the -- Regular Passbook 5% no mimmum to open available anY _.._.- Certificate of Depos~'t 5t/z % $100 mimmum to open 90 day maturi Cerldicate of Deposit6% $100 minimum to open 1 year matUS Certificate of Deposit 6~/20~0 ~t00 minimum to open 2Vz year matt Golden Passbook ~ % compounded daily, paid quarterly 0% compounded daily, paid quarterly 6~ % compounded daily, paid quarterly 7 ~ com_m.npounded dell),, paid quarteri~ 90 day mattu 1 year mattU 2 1/2 year 4 ~ear NOTE: Federal law and regulations prohibit the payment of a time deposit prior to unless three months ot the interest thereon is forfeited and interest on the amount is reduced to the passbook rate. MONUMENTS @ StlUWAteR NATIOnAl BANk ariD TRUSt Sixth and Main Pho. 372-8S85 P.O. Box 711 ....