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November 15, 1973

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REPORT 5, 1973 LICENSES: Henry Clemons, 73, May Hughes, 71, Richard Gruhlkey, le- Charlotte Dell legal, Stlllwater Kirk McNew, 21, El Alyce York, Earl Rodgers, Jr., 22, Redena Leann Carr, 18, Edward Bond, 29, Ter- Johnnie Faye Davidson, Vernon Barbaree, Jackeline Yvette Glencoe FILED: t L. Davldson vs Frankie neglect of Kay vs Dale Cyl~e( vs Rudy Lee May McDowell vs Eugene McDoweU--in- vs Myrtle A. Adell Brown vs Gary Y May Martin vs John- Martin-=Incompatlbil- FILED: Adm. of Kessie E. Foreign WIU of W, Harter J. D, of Aden J, Wilss of Dick and Ross J. D. of Lola C. Davis vs Dale F. Car-- Judgment raid vs Paul V. Paul's Place-- FIippo vs W. A. judgment et ai vs Char- et al--qulet title. The Journal, Thursday, November 15, 1973 - Ii PT High School Honor ker. Steven Barta, Doug Bradley, EIGHTH GRADE: Merilyn Donald Hardin. Superintendent*s Honor Roll Marla Cavanaugh, Cindy Breed-Cundiff, Dana Westfall, Glen --No grade below an A. en, Katie Delano, Terry Logs-Grider, Linda Parrack, Jenni-SOPHOMORES: Connie Jar- don, Sue Westfail. fer DodriU, Shawn Clark, Denavis, Dorothy Knight, Kathy Mc- SENIORS: Anne Armstrong, Kirby, Renee Jones, KellyCar-Coy, Glenn Bell, JamesRames, ~laine Adkins, DonnaBoydsttm, SOPHOMORES: Steve Baker, roll, Donna Brake, Sherri Mark Youngker. Charissa Darby, Velva Emer- Jim Dodrill, Kevin Manke, ].)a-~ Champion. son, Linda Henigman, Dinah rid Parrack. FRESHMEN: Tommy Hines, Wise, Pare Jones, Barbara SEVENTH GRADE: Leslie Bob Campbell, Randy Crissup, Hamilton, Craig Acuff, Terry FRESHMEN: Scott Cretsing- Evans, Ellen Adkins, Todd Dea.- Rodney Crissup, Tony Foulks, Jarvis. er, Roy Gene Layes, Dawn ver, Allan Wall, Lisa Doyle. April Baker, Cindy Champion, Bradley, Darllt Hill, Lisa Sou- Carrie Moore, Margaret Sch- JUNIORS: Rebecca Bostian, tee, Dana Taylor, Sandy Young- Principal's Honor Roll--No roeder, j grade below a B. EIGIiTIi GRADE: Pecos Brl- SENIORS: Roberta Brown, denstine, Greg Baker, Guy Patti Caldwell, Darla Creager, Rose, Ginger Sadler, JanaMan- Mary Kautz, Debbie Newport, gold, Tammy Moser, Allen Renee Vassar, Jacqueline Busch, Kelll Hubbard, Mark Belle Nhitmore Wells, Karen Gottfrled, Bar-Anderson, Andy Delano, Julia bara Dean, Nancy Soutee, Patsy Goforth, Cathy Ools. McCoy, Klm McCutchen, Karen Mrs. Mildred Majors and have a family night dinner on Roper, Roy Branstetter, Chris SEVENTH GRADE: Anita Miss Ora McAnaily were Mort-November 24th at 7 p.m. EachBrown, Tony Frame, Kenny Pricer, Bob Reynolds, Craig day to Wednesday visitoz;s in family to bring 3 dishes of food Nelson, Bill Zischang. Baird, Kelley Smalley, Gay Eldorado, Kansas. They were and silverware for your own Hart, Billy Coonrod, Daynagd- the guests of Mrs. Clara Car- family and maybe we can get ,$UNIORS: Donna Burrow, wards, Marilyn Higglns, Tam- lisle and Mrs. Lou Adstt, who caught up on our visiting. The Sharon Ellis, Lou Ann Gulnn,my Lore, Judy Tarlton, Tommy are cousins of MlldredandOr~. Ingles plan to show pictures of Robin Harral, Carol Sue Max-Hughes, Ida Cretsinger, Kay Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whir- their trip to Canada the past well, Kim Moser, LindaTaylor, Owens, Sandy Hancock, Marcy more were in Harrah Monday year. Susan Wisler, Ricky Madole, Hosklnson, Kelley Taylor. for a birthday party for Todd VanBebber who was seven years old. Wouldn't it be nice ~ MAKE HOME to be seven years old and for- get the 60. Mrs. Shirley Long is home REPAIRS PREVENT FIRE after being on jury duty call. ,;// , , ,./~v~Im~ . Lula and Willard Moore call- , " jT',~,~" ~ "~= ~F _ Lula'sed recentlYcousinsat DrummondMr. and Mrs.n ' -" : (3et a home loan when you nee Floyd Jennings. Elmer Baldwifl-died recently : "/ t. Our services are at a low rate in a Guthrle nurshing home and was buried at Oak Gzove east of -, of interest. Don't delay. Come in Coyle. soon. Waiter Gunkle died recentl) in Oklahoma City and was bur- ied there also. These men were both former residents of Coyle. Coyle basketball teams play- ed Deer Creek last week and both lost. Better luck this week. The Devere Ingles are start- ing to build a fireplace in their home. The fear of gas shortage is really bothering most every- Perklns, Oklo. one. There was a large crowd at the fairgrounds for the annual (Member FDIC) Farmers Union Bar-B-Que. The Home Builders plan to good babysitter needs a lot more than a way with kids Of Course a babysitter should like children. And like taking care of them. But the job also involves ~rne pretty big responsibilities. Caring for little ones means being able to Itar~dle just about any emergency. Because ~ergencies often require the use of the telephone, a handy list of important numbers can do wonders for your sitter's confidence. So write down the phone numbers for fire, police, medical assistance and the places you'll be while out. Keep the list right next to the phone, and remember to call home if your plans change, (list) City ----- State .... Zip