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The Perkins Journal Thumday, November 18, 19B9 --. PAGE 7 story appeared irnal last week but cute photo failed to get our ' TIomemaker of working nights Doughnut Shop, North Perkins Road in Carol end Jim Stoecker there is really a life years, the ccu- their nights making tte and rolls for who would be com- breakfast after a good slept during the and, Carol said, they | if they would be able to sleep at night and find do during the day after retirement. found plenty to "I have been taking tale painting at Multi- Stillwater." She also macrame and they working in the yard. She minting lessons from Holbmok, beginning in finds time to help carpenter work. He work for people around But his favorite hobby is 1977 Corvette, Jim the 10.50 ET on a sometimes in City and sometimes in Carol is his big, he was in the top Mid-American Drag have made their for more than 13 had lived their two children, Pat, were in school. Portland, Texas, Christi, with her hue- Dawson Ill and old son, Vance IV, also 'Wart." Jimmie was kill- 1981. for Carol while her last two years school At that time, her )lie Wilson, owned store here. end her sister Joy attend- school in Cushing and she first two years of high where her was employed at Store. in Perkins, Carol home with the family of Bessie Spillars. "I found much fun it can be to be big family," Carol said. so much fun and I en- : to their home for lunch during schooL" she said. me just like a of the family." Glenna who now lives in Stillwater husband Ralph Martin, special friend. mother makes her home ~ti near Joy and her lived in Perkins for a before moving back to Carol remembers her hard working and loving experience Carol had at was working in Mrs. Dry Goods Store on Satu she was in the seventh remembers the pleasure she felt when she a handkerchiaf moved to Christi, Carol worked as a in a dental office. Christi, she met and i Jim Stoecker (which Carol the beat thing she ever marriage and during that drove the Wonder Bread truck to Perkins, Tryon area. They later Corpus Christi and then Perkins and bought the t Doughnut Shop in i old the doughnut shop in to Wee and Sherry Beck, lived across the street Stoeckers. It was the had brought delicious with the steaming coffee for a snack dur- D interview with Carol Jim and Carol Stoecker, dressed in turn-of-the~century wedding finery, re-affirmed their wedding vows in Eureka Springs, Ark. this spring. They were celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary. Caroland Jim share the beau tiful,Mixed pickling spices scenic area around their home with In a large pan, cook all ingre- two dogs and five cats. Tufty, a 23 dients on low heat. Stir once. in year old dog, is deaf but can unders- awhile; cook until thick. Add more tand Carol by reading the special vinegar or sugar if needed. The sign language she uses for relish can be refrigerated up to 1V2 commands, weeks or can he frozen. Use as con- His special friend is Possum, 11 diment or on roast. years old, who Carol says, looks ROAST WITH SPICY TOMATO after Tufty. One cat makes life RELISH especially risky for gophers, In skillet, brown roast, dust with Carol and Jim recently celebrated flour, garlic powder, salt and pep- their 30th wedding anniversary in per on both sides. Remove and put Eureka Springs by m-newing their in masting pan and add potatoes all marriage vows, dressed in turn-of- around meat and spoon Spicy the-century clothing~ Tomato Relish mixture on top of As de ali of our '2-Iomemakers of roast, covering well, and on the Week," Carol {Wilson) Stoecker potatoes. Bake as usual until done. shares with us some of her favorite Remove foil and brown a little. You recipes. Thanks, Carol, for a lovely can thicken juice off meat for morning, remembering some of the gravy. Great for making ahead, too. people we both knew back therL It * * * * * was really delightful to visit with CHICKEN SALAD you! 1 chicken, boiled and minced {or * * * * left-over turkey) Cundiff s Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary Benj amin Lawrence Cundiff and from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Perkins First Thora Joyce Bridenstine were mar- Methodist Church where they 8re ried Nov. 30, 1939 in the Friends members. Chapel Church by the Rev. Kate All friends and relatives are in- M.B. Jones. voted to attend without further in- Ben and Thora have lived in the vitation and the honor of their Perkins area throughout their lives, presence is the only gift requested. The last 45 years have been spent The reception is being hosted by on their present farm where they their four children and their raised cattle, wheat and four spouses: Garry and Carol Cundiff of childrerL St. Louis, Me.; Jerry and Vivian Ben was also a heavy equipment Pinkerton of Broken Arrow, Okle; operator and drove a bulldozer for ' Steven and Mary Cundiff of the lateDelbertButlerfor30yeers. Stillwater, Okla.; Dan and Joan There is a homemaker, farmwife Hubbard of Perkins, OkleL; and and 28-year member of her home their nine grandchildrem Jeremy, demonstration club. Benjamin and Steve Pinkerton, AreceptioonhonoringtheGoldenSkyler, Stephanie, Sabrina and Anniversary of Ben and There will Shelby Cundiff end Joarma and Jar- be held on Saturday, Nov. 25th dan Hubbard. It is almost time to prepare for Thanksgiving and Christmas meals and Carol shares with us a recipe for relish to go with turkey or roast. SPICY TOMATO RELISH . (With Roast and Potatoes) 2 iarge'c s ' matoes, wl ole or pieces 1 large can stewed tomatoes 1 can Rotel tomatoes 2 large onions, chopped 1/2 cup vinegar 1 cup sugar, more ff needed Furnishings, 2 cups celery, chopped fine 6 hard-boiled eggs, chopped 1 small jar pimientoes 2 large pickles, sour or sweet, or swe~,pickle relish 1/2 cup pecans, chopped 6 black olives (optional) * Salt/~d Pepper and Garlic Powder to taste Mix with mayonnaise and mustar~ Makes a large amount for Sunshine Club Elects Officers The Progress Sunshine Club met for the November meeting with Mrs. Cloris Davis, Mrs. Gladys House and Mrs. Agnes Schneider as hostesses for 18 members and three guests, Summer Luster, Carm and Justin Whitemore. Election of officers was held following the invocation by Mrs. Julia Davis and the opening of the meeting which began with the Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute. The minutes were read and approved. Officers elected were Miss Ima Jean Cundiff, president; Mrs. Wilma Ringwald, vice president; Mrs. Thelma Lowe, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Doris Bentley, reporter, and Mrs. Ramona Luster, alternate officer. Door prizes were drawn by Mrs. Connie Whitemore, Mrs. Viola Gunkel and Mrs. Thelma Lowe. Mrs. Jennifer Goble received a bir- thday gift and the officers received appredation gifts. The December meeting will be the Christmas party stud gift exchange and to reveal Secret Pals with of- ricers as hostesses. Ben and Thora Cundiff Spaghetti Supper High Prairie Dinner The Perkins-Tryon VFW will The High Prairie Community host a spaghetti supper in the Hole- covered dish dinner will be Satur- inger Lions Den on Saturday, Nov. day, Nov. 18th with serving at 6 18 beginning at 6 p.m.; adults, $3 p.m. or shortly after. Everyone and children, $2. welcome. Western band music will be played during dinner and bingo will Subscribe To The follow. Everyone is welcome.Journal TodayI " - 547-2411 Eden Chapel News By Donna We am Imvinl nice weather, Just windy. Thursday Opal CouHzlsht and Lorens Dumas visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Millarn and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Courtright of Perry, then they visited Bertha Gates of Glencc, L Jewell and Pearl Busch had a big farm sale Saturday. They will move? to Perkins soon. John (Buss) Schroeder visited WayneBurton Friday morning and in the afternoon Mugs McGuir visited Wayne. Saturday dinner 8ueets of Mr. and Mrs. Joe BurtonMr. and Mrs. Jim Stephens. Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.~ Wayne Burton called on Mr. and Mrs. George Bunny. Lorene Dumas of San Antonio,' Texas returned home Saturday. She is the former Lorene Barger and had been visfl:lng relatives and friends. We are sorry to hear Iva Shaw is in the Presbyterian Hospital We' hope she gets well boo Bill Nut from Houston was here vimting Mr. end Mrs. Don Perceful. They came Mondey to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Clay Camp bell and family and Mrs. IAnda Hoipkemier and children visited Opal Courtright and Lorene Duma& Edna Tabor held the Burton Quilting Club Nov. 7th. Those at- tending were Opal Courtright, Lot- tie Shmpton sad Judy Buntin Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeKMght and Mrs. Sally Brewer of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Ruth Wells, Mrs. Reba Burton and Mrs. Rena Burton call, ed on Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKnight Sunday afternoon. Maude Markee Celebrates 98th Birthday Family membere and guests hell> ing Maude Markee celebrate her 98th birthday on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1989 included a son, Bruce Dungan of Tehachapi, Calif.; a daught~, Bernata Cook of Cushing; a niece and husband, R.L. and' Ynona Beaedict of Ponce City; and a nephew and wife, Max Lee and Roberta Ingrain. Bruce came for the class reunion and is spending two weeks helping his mother. sandwiches or use on lettuce leaves. I PeRz,ss, oz. l Kyle and Lucinda (Shurtz) Shirm 108 Acres Of Payne County Land T..cT 2 of Perkins are parents of a daughter, Kylee Jo, born Friday, To Be Offered In Two (2) Tracts Oct. 27, 1989 at 3:18 p.m. in the I Stillwater M edical Center, weighing ~ ~[! ] I sw/4 sw/. I 5 pounds and 2V~ ounces. [40 Ac.- ,i~ ~.:: ~ ] Kylee Jo Shirm is the grand- I G~'~[:='~--~t" J la' ~.,.-~: ~': :' daughter of Darlouise (Fagan) Shurtz of Edmond and the late Leroy Shurtz. Her great grand- sw/4 s~.c. I0 TI7N ~3~" lb4 mother is Mattie Lee Thompson 9f eA~ CO. O~. Perkins. Her aunt~ Cassandra Johnson, is also a Perkins resident. Arts And Craft Show The sixth annual Craft Show for SALE SITE: One mile south on Highway 177 aeroas the Cimanmn River Bridge, then three east, from Perkins, Oklahoma. IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER: Auction will be held at the Hoover Building, 310 South Main Street, Perkins, Oklahoma Sat., Nov. 25, 1989 10 A.M. TRACT I--LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SW/4, SW/4 of Section 10, T-17-N, R-&E of the I.M., Payne County, Oklabema condsttug of 40 more or less. All land in eutivation is pt~eenfly sown to wheat. TRACT II--LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE/4~ SW/4 of Section 10, md NI2, SE/4 of Sectinn 10 and the SW/4, SE/4, SW/4 in Section 10 (less a 2 ~ tract) all in Township 17, Range 3 East of the Indian Meridian, Payne County, Old&, eeutsting of 68 a~as more et less; All land in cultivation is presently sown to wheat. NOTE: Them is presently an existing agriculture lease (Grain Beat) on both truts, presently being farmed by Rnseel Wastfall. At harvest time the Lessee will denver to the Eievate in Peddns, oue~third of the produdng crop. METHOD OF SI LING: Tract I and Tract II wm be offered separately, then as one unit. The method of produdn8 the klSheat bid will result in the eais of the lind. MINERAL INT t F: An undivided one-h81f of pm'tidlmth mineral interest owned by the Seller, as of recut l at the County Clerk's offlee in Pay County, with lind. The is reserving the other On aif mineral integer fully pamdpatl lml tuail . POCESSION: On m plond a/t wheat ia harvested. TERMS: A down payme-t of ten pem~t of the purchase ~ is due ea day of ~ to be ~nwed in the Auction Company's Trust Aemunt in the Payee County Bank. The haimme of the pm~lmm price is due 8t the timm of dmdag. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE'. An ~eellmt opportunity to purdm~ two chelae t~aete of land near Perkins with ~mv~l~t ~ These tr~ts m ~ productive and haw been plmt~l to dfalfa previously. The Clmarrca Riv~ b~ders this land on the North, off 4ng axedlmt sml hma- tang areas. We invite your Inspection. The described land was a part of the eatate of Ted Wastfall, a well-immm ~ttve sou of this The information eontalned heroin is believed to be emmet, ~ no wm~mty is $1vm by the owner or the Auction Comlmny. l~eh proepective Bu~qmr should oathd~ Idm~if as to the acreage, mineral interast mui bomdery ioeatie~ ~ may otl~ ~mm~[~ ~ to t]~ I~l~rty. All statemmte mede day of sale take I~ae eve~ all I~ ~i~. Mary Wasffd, Owner First Assembly of God Church io Stillwater, 1024 S. Lewis (~0 blocks south of post office) will be held Nov. 16, 17 and 18 from9 &m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, 9 a.m. to~ p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. There will be a wide variety of items offered by area crafts people as well as from out of town. There will be a special Children',}: Christmas Store Saturday morning only. Lunch will be available. Of China, Glassware, Appliances & Miscelanous Items Sale to be coaducted at 310 South Main, Perkins !i t t l t Watch For Complete List In Next Week's Issue Of The Perkins Journal , Mr_s. Ted Westfall, Owner LM ItlttlV IK~lro(},* gOttPt~v 4051336-2360 -- Sale To Be Conducted By-- ster Realty and Auction Co. DEWAYN E LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers Perry, Oklahoma A~OClATI AUClrIONIIN RJ~ Heflke-- Joe HaM~ i I I I I III I -- Sale To Be Conducted By --.. ster and Auction Co. DEWAYN E & ASSOCIATE Broker end Auctioneers, Perry, Oklahoma ASSOCLtY8 A~rlO#l|N Rkk Hdt~-- Jee H ,etdm~ .