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8A-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, November 15, 2001 Thanksgiving Dinner served up at First Baptist Church For the fourth consecutive ployees, served with the vegetables, year, First Baptist Church of The meal is served "all you and beverage being prepared Perkins will serve Thanksgiving can eat" buffet style with plenty church. Each year the Day Dinner. The tradition be- of food for extra helpings. The serves around 100 meals. gan when members were con- meal includes turkey, dressing, The Thanksgiving Day cerned over people in the com- cranberry sauce, mashed pota- her will be served at the munity who may not get a meal toes, gravy, vegetables, salads, Nov. 22, from 11 a.m.-2 on Thanksgiving Day or who rolls and lots of pumpkin and with delivery available were alone for the holiday. A pecan pie, and sugar free pump- Perkins. The church is complete dinner is available and kin pie for diabetics, at 500 E Knipe in Perkins. will be delivered to anyone that Church members preparemore information or has to work that day as well - some parts of the meal at their delivery, call the church at such as convenience store em- homes and bring them to be 2494. Pioneer Square launches "Buy with Flair" promotion $10,000 cash, large screen shopping sprees to be given away Dec. 1 "Was that a bid or were you scratching your ear?" Auctioneer Guy Rose acknowledges a bid placed on an item during Saturday night's Perkins- Tryon 4-H and FFA Pork Chop Dinner and Auction. He was assisted in watching for other bids by fellow auctioneers Gregg Pickens, Ernie Pickens, Bobby Priess, Robert Sasser, and Greg Rose. The group reportedly served approximately 700 meals during the dinner, and grossed an approximate $19,000. Funds raised are used to assist local 4-H and FFA members with their projects and to help pay expenses for activities such as judging trips. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick Stillwater, Okla. -After a $1.6 Square for $500, $250 and $100. re-opening event." million renovation, Pioneer All tickets collected from No- The contest drawing will Square Shopping Center in vember 10th through December held on Saturday, Dec. 1, Stillwater kicks off a promo- l st will be entered into the draw- neer Square with food, tional event from Nov. 10 to ing. games and a live radio Dec. 1 to giveaway $10,000 Frank Robson, owner of cast from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. cash plus other prizes. Robson Properties, believes that the parking lot. The winners During this time, any customer the new look will bring in more be drawn at 2 p.m. Partici who shops Pioneer Square will customers while remindingmust be present to win. receive one (1) ticket for each people of the simple joys of ev- Robson Properties, hea& $10 purchase at participating eryday American life. tered in Claremore merchants. Each ticket will be "There is a positive here for leases and manages entered into a drawing for the everyone," Robson said. "We square feet of retail prizes. Prizes are $10,000 cash, are very excited about our 'Buy ping center space a big screen television and three with Flair' promotion," he said. 196 stores in Oklahoma, shopping sprees at Pioneer "No one shouldmiss this grand sas and Arkansas. Web site provides temp hunter card Oklahoma's deer gun season is approaching quickly and many hunters man panic if they can't find their hunter education card, which in many cases is needed to purchase a license. Those worded about missing hunter education cards have a quick and easy solution available, according to Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation personnel. They can obtain a temporary card by logging onto the Department's Web site at www.wildlifedepartment.com. "Most local libraries now have Internet access available for the public to use, so hunter a b'"' thero if they don,'t have,access, at Department,s hunter education coordinator. "Once they reach the main page or index page, they can scroll down and click on the link named "Replace your hunter education card' to bring up the replacement page. Follow the directions to fill in the requested information, entering the date as shown in the example provided, then click 'submit' and the card should appear on the screen. "Hunters can print the card out and use it temporarily to get their licenses. It will be accepted at any license vendor across the state and in other states as well. The information can also be useful to request a permanent replacement card." If a card does not come up, the hunter can contact the Department's Information and Education Division at 405-521- 4636, Monday-Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and Department personnel will try to remedy the problem, Peer added. Those wanting a permanent plastic replacement card can receive one for $5 by visiting the Department's Oklahoma City Headquarters or submitting a letter to: Attn: Replacement Card, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, 180 N. Lincoln, Making way for progress Motorists along SH 33 have noticed changes being made to the "lake" area between Sonic Restaurant and Jalopy's Drive In. Crews from Kinder Dozer Service of Carney has been busily building up the land closest to the highway in preparation for future development. Jim Kinder said the area has already been built up at least four to five feet. The lake will remain along the north border of the lots. Journal photi by Cindy ' Shf et ,ll!di ,', home;" said J.D: Pe6r;"the' Oklah mh' 1Zit 701 '73105. Letters must contain the hunter's name as it appeared on the original card, current address, birth date, and student number if known. Those who do not know their student number ' County only market steer and lamb nominations due Payne County 4-H and FFA members who have Market Steers and Lambs for the County Spring Livestock Show, in March 2002, need to nomi- nate them on Tuesday, Nov. 27 from 4-7 p.m. at the Payne County Expo Center. Steers and lambs nominated at the recent state nomination days for the Oklahoma City Spring Show do not need to par- ticipate in this "County Only" nomination on the 27th. No fees are required to nominate lambs or steers for the county show and dorms are available from the county 4-H office or from AG-ED Teachers in the county. should provide the date and location for the course they attended. They should also include a daytime phone number so additional information can be obtained if needed. II I II HERITAGE PROGRAM FOR SENIOR ADULTS is helping senior adults retain their dignity and independence. If a senior adult you care for exhibits one or more of these behaviors: Depression Anxiety Isolation Appetite Changes Anger Sleep Problems The Heritage Program for Senior Adults can lend a helping hand/ In-house drawlng wlnning ticket - #131742 by Medicare upplements. call Senior Adults Hospital Cushing In The Service (FHTNC) - Navy Petty Officer 2 Class Stephanie A. Pierce, a 1996 graduate of Agra High School, Agra, Oklahoma, recently reported for duty National Naval Medical Bethesda, Md. Perkins First United Methodist Church 1005 E. Kirk (across from Elementary School) Everyone is invited. There is no charge for the dinner. Any donations will benefit the church's mission program. be home if you' shopped at ins g No long lines, no long wait, same low price. As always, FREE Prescription Delivery! 246 S. Main, Perkins 405.547.2414 vo~o~. P e rk ins Drug. com How about a subscription to The Perkins Journal? Gift subscriptions are $4 off regular rates - $24/yr in-state; $28/yr out-of-state And remember, The Journal is giving away with each paid subscription[[* We also carry the new Perkins history book, "A Place To Call Home" by David Sasser and "Campfire Stories'" by Frank "Pistol Pete" Eaton Order your gift subscription today - see form on page 2. Or drop by our office at ! 1 ! E. Stumbo to pick up your book! Gift shopping made easy, plus Holly Jolly tickets!! *Holly Jolly tickets must be picked up at The Journal office.