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PERKINS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1997 PAGE_7 because this is a special week ial our lives. lis so Good! Many of you have been reading !article in the Church news for many, many and have kept up with the growth of our family as well as our personal family. I and report another saved or another as well as announce the birth of our or the fact that Lee Ann was preg- :again. week marks another special time in our (No, Lee Ann is not pregnant.) Our first- Sarah, is getting married Friday, Novem- p.m. in the new sanctuary! ('an you it? The time has certainly gone "swifter a weaver's shuttle." "giving her away" and marrying her to from Perkins. Little did we know tOur move to Perkins last year would include girl meeting the man she was going to God has a plan and when "we acknowl- H-lira in all our ways, He will direct our paths." 3:6) Lg of God's plan in our lives is excit- day becomes an adventure and peace z abound. tithful readers, you are invited to come and in this very special time of our lives. church is still growing, also. We baptized SUnday night: Tammy Boylan, Renee Prince, Prince, Franklin Ledgerwood, and Daryoosh The Sunday before we baptized Sue God is blessing! We have also added to staff. Steve Foust is now our Music We are excited about having Steve and and their children, Jesse and Katie, of our Family now. Sunday night is also our annual commu- Thanksgiving Dinner. You are in- to come out and start the Holiday season Dinner is at 6 p.m. days left till Christmas! (Just throw that in.) Don't forget Jesus. Church news briefs Vassar Larry Eslinger welcomes all to visit Me- Church. There is something for ev- especially during the Holidays. The dinner is scheduled for Sunday, 23. Eslinger encouraged his flock "to thanks for God's blessings" and added the time." g the young people meet at the to travel to a mystery dinner. The musical will be December 14 and the musical will be December 21. :ht of the Week: The most important in the world is just two words long: "Thank First United Methodist Ross, Minister forget the Community Thanksgiving Din- church on Saturday, 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.! Nov. 23, the 27th Sunday after Pentecost, t of the Lord's Supper will be cel- at 9:30 p,m. At the 10:55 service, the !gation will celebrate Christ the King Sun- sermon, "Dethroning the King," will what we do with all this talk about a Kings are fairly meaningless in today's The Morning Bells will play "Lift High the and the choir will sing "Song of Thanks- panied by Dusti Blubaugh and Ray on trumpet. Worshippers are asked to re- their Time, Talent, Treasure Covenants this m ,Li Sunday. Also, Advent devotionals are due this Sunday. The Perkins Ministerial Alliance Community Thanksgiving Service will be Sunday evening at 7 at the lost (]reek IIMC The message will be brought by Rev. Albert May. Our bell choir will plan, and our choir will be a part of the Commu- nity Choir. There will be visitation on Tuesday, Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. Sunday School-for all ages begins weekly at 10 a.m. and worship follows at 10:55. Visitors are always welcome. The Christian Church of Perkins Richard Craven, Minister Last Sunday, Pastor Richard Craven preached again on "O Give Thanks" from Psalm 105:1-5. We can give thanks to the LORD by calling on His name, testifying of His deeds, singing to the LORD, and by remembering His marvelous works,.His wonders, and His judgments. Next SunOay we will learn why we should give thanks to the LORD. Sunday Morning worship is at 9:30 a.m. with Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. and a church fel- lowship Thanksgiving dinner at noon. Wednesday night's Revelation Bible study starts at 7 p.m. Don't forget the Perkins Ministerial Alliance Thanksgiving Dinner Sunday evening at 7 p.m. at the Lost Creek United Methodist Church. All are invited to attend. Local KOPS members host "7 Under" meeting By Gayle Hill The "7 Under KOPS Honor Society" met Satur- day, November 8, 1997 at the Perkins Senior Citi- zens Center. A luncheon and meeting were hosted by the TOPS #OK 13 Stillwater Chapter. I OPS from Miami. Grove. Collinsville, two chap- ters lrom Sapulpa and two chapters lrom Still- water were m attendance. K()PS are TOPS mem- berswho have lost all the weight they desire and "Keep ()ff Pounds Sensibly." ()fficers for 1098-99 were elected. Kaptain is Betty l'arrett, Collinsville; Ko-Kaptain, Myra Whitehead, Sapulpa; Kashier, Beverly Lucas, Sapulpa; Korrespondent, Io Pierce, Stilhvater; and Kalling Kaptain is Sherry Wise, Collinsville. The theme of this meeting was a "Bountiful Harvest" and door prizes were basket of useful items. Winning the stationary basket was Sherry Wise, Collinsville; fruit basket, Helen Petermann, Stillwater #OK 13; one kitchen basket, Joan Botts, a Perkins resident from Stillwater #OK 13; spices, Marion Strong, Stillwater; Thanksgiving picture and two cups of assorted tea bags, Norma Corn, Grove; one kitchen basket, Clara Kerntke, Still- water; and the bathroom basket, Beverly Lucas, Sapulpa. Beulah Moore, Stillwater #OK 13, received a beautiful Harvest motif bell for being 7 pounds under goal, our member with the lowest under goal but still within KOPS leeway (7 pounds un- der goal to 3 pounds over goal). An open discussion on a KOPS Image was led by the #OK 13 chapter. Anyone interested in TOPS, a safe and support- ive way to lose weight, is cordially invited to at- tend a meeting at 5:30 p.m. on any Thursday night at the Payne County Health Center or call (405) 372-9523 or (405) 547-2652 for informa- tion. The KOPS members extend their appreciation to the Perkins Senior Citizens for the use of their building. Elm Grove FCE learns about consumer fraud Bv Pauline Smith, Secretary Delsa Grider won the door prize. Birthday gift "When the Elm Grove FCE' met at 7:30 p.m. on and cards were received by Judy Moorman an l " November 11, 1997 in the home of Judy Moor- Pauline Smith man, Louise Kautz led the group in learning about Consumer Fraud such as dealing with telemarketing and infomercials. President Betty Rosiere conducted the business meeting prior to the lesson. Volunteer hours were counted and it was decided to cancel the craft sale. Hostess ,Judy served lovely refreshments members Frances Burton, Delsa Grider, Loui Kautz, Betty Rosiere, Pauline Smith, Connfe Walker, Juanita Walker and Lorayne Smith and one guest, Ruby Kautz. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. on Tue day, December 2 with Betty Rosiere as hostess.5 < V Lost UMC Bazaar November 22, 1 8 A.M. to 2 30 P.M. ~L < e, Baked Goods, Clofking, Candies, ]eavelry, Holiday Craft & Home Decorations, Stain Glass Items, Household Goods, and much much more .... will be availablet . Lost Creek Care zvill serve Breakfast & Lunch dl 9- 11 A.M. Children's Craft 7ime % • • ,'{ L~ L~t Creek UMC is located: From Siillwater--6th & Perkins Road 5 miles south, 1 mile west. ' From l rktns;---Highw , 33 & Perkins Road 4 miles north, 1 mile west , "My daughter wants me to have the very best care, but she knows I still need my independence. Golden Oaks Living Center of Stillwater offers the best of both worlds. We cater to adults who still enjoy an and sometimes very active lifestyle, but may need assistance either on a daily basis or from time to time. Golden Oaks encourages independer ce while permitting privacy and dignity in a manner that meets the resident social as well as physical needs. i i Sponsored by: The Bus Ministry of Perkins First Baptist Church 500 East Knipe 547-2494 I Our Apartments Feature: • Large One Two Bedroom Designs • Handicapped design private baths • 24 Hour Security • Three Balanced Meals • Housekeeping and Laundry • Planned Activities • Call Signals in Bedroom and Bathroom • Month to Month rental • Complete Building and Grounds Maintenance • Transportation To Town Other Services Are Available Through • Home Health Care • Personalized Assistance • Supporting Services • Assistance with specific medical needs such as skin care, toileting and coordination of physical therapy and other services • Personal Care • Medication Assistance • Health Care Companionship is a key word at Golden Oaks. Our residents haw an opportunity to make new friendships and renew old ones. Am with the beautifully decorated lounge areas, the stylish dining room and their own cozy apartments, residents are never at a loss for lovely place to entertain their guests. Call Chimp Robertson at (405) 377-1114 or come by today t, see how you can become part of the Golden Oaks family. Village of Stillwater 5505 W. 19th, Stillwater (405) 377.1114 i