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N EMBER 21, 1996 e Cypert for David Sere held at the Church in on Tuesday, David and Charles Wall was at the di- Funeral Home. Nov. 16, City on David was the and Rose- Cypert. He at- school in from School in ex- M1 and was named player of the ollege Is., he played ured. He State Lle working as at Oberlin Color to Angela ;he First Chris- on Nov. ended in everybody he words and a main ambi- abut con- ; ight entail. He over the g be- Lord de- away. David raissed by his knew him. his daugh- Solomon Kimberly Okla.; One sister and Dawnita and r of Oklahoma grandmother: of Lawton, grandmother: City, Uncles, aunts, include: Dean Buck, Doutey, honorary pall ypert, Chris Lassiter. did additional postgraduate studies. She was united in marriage on April 1, 1939 to Robert Joseph Chesney in Guthrie, Okla. Two children were born to this union, Robert Paul Chesney and Carole Jo Chesney Cooper. Edna is survived by one daughter, Carole Cooper and husband Charles of Mountain View, Me.; one daughter-in-law, Linda Chesney of Seattle, Wash.' sister and brother-in-law: Irma and Alfred Hill of Kingfisher, Okla.; four grandchildren: John Chesney Cooper of Oxford, Miss., Melissa Susanne Cooper of Mountain View, Me., Cindy Lynn Chesney Bogar of Seattle, Wash., Robert Todd Chesney of Port Angeles, Wash.; and two great grandchildren: Annabelle Rose Chesney of Port Angeles, Wash., and Shinehah Carol Bogar of Seattle, Wash. She is preceded in death by her husband, Robert Joseph Chesney, on Dec. 10, 1987; her son, Robert Paul Chesney on July 15, 1982; four sisters: Ber- tha Lorenz of Clinton, Okla., Ollie Reiswig of Hennessey, Okla., Marie Walters of King- fisher, Okla. and an infant sis- ter, Wilma Helen; two brothers: Dale Wensler of San Leandro, Calif. and Emmitt Wensler of Gage, Okla. Edna taught first grade through college in the Oklahoma Public Schools, many of those years in Perkins Elementary School. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Delta Kappa Gamma, Mutual Im- provement Club, Oklahoma Education Association, Okla- homa Retired Teachers Associa- tion, and United Methodist Women. She taught in the public schools for 43 years and was hon- ored to be an Oklahoma Teacher of the Year. The teaching of first graders to read, however, was one of her greatest joys. During a portion of her 23 years of teach- ing first grade, she helped to de- velop an elementary reading textbook that was used nation- wide. She was an officer and tal- ented pianist and vocalist for many civic, educational and church organizations. She faith- fully served for over 50 years in many positions in he United Methodist Church and Order of the Eastern Star in Perkins, Okla. After the death of her husband, she moved to Mountain View, Me. and lived in the home of her daughter and family for eight years. During this time, she con- tinued to serve her new church and community as her health would allow. She beautifully sang in the church choir until her 85th year. Her sweet, gentle humor and twinkling eyes brought happiness and comfort to countless students, friends and family members. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Nov. 15 at the United Methodist Church in Mountain View with Rev. Glenna McVeigh officiating. Interment was Nov. 16th in the Kingfisher Cemetery in Kingfisher, Okla. under the direction of the Duncan Funeral Home of Mountain View. Memorials may be made to the United Methodist Church of Mountain View. Mary Louise McClellan Funeral services for Mary Louise McClellan of Route 2, Perkins, were held Nov. 12, 1996 at the Iowa Tribal Hall on Free- man Street in Perkins. Shedied in her Lincoln County tfome on Nov. 12, 1996 at the age of 34. Burial was in the Kent Fam- ily Cemetery, southeast of Perkins with services under the direction of Strode Funeral Home. Born at Pawnee, Okla. on Feb. 1, 1962, she was the daughter of Pierce Sr. and Emily (DeRoin) McClellan. She had lived in Oklahoma City for 16 years where she attended school. She also lived in Guthrie, Okla. where she attended high school before moving to Perkins about 15 years ago. Survivors include two sons: Edison McClellan of Perkins and Ken McClellan of Oklahoma City; one daughter: Lillie McClellan of Lawton; two broth- ers: Ron McClellan of Washin - ton and Ken McClellan of Perkins; three sisters: Carole McClellan of Washington, Valerie McClellan of Oklahoma City and Patty McClellan of Washington; also her father: Pierce McClellan Sr. of Perkins; and one sister-in-law: Shelia McClellan of Perkins. She was predeceased by her mother; one brother, Pierce McClellan, Jr. and one infant daughter. Jesse Joseph Taylor, Jr. Word has been received by Winnie Tharp of Bacliff, Texas of the death of her uncle, Jesse Jo- seph Taylor, Jr., who grew up around Perkins. Jesse Joseph Taylor, Jr. was born Aug. 7, 1916 in Oklahoma and died in Modesto, Calif. on Oct. 29, 1996 at the age of 80 years, 2 months and 22 days. Funeral services were held in the Allen Mortuary Chapel at 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 4 under the direction of Allen Mortuary of Turlock, Calif. Officiating at the services was Rev. Jerry Snodgrass, pastor of Northridge Assembly of God Church. Inter- ment was in Turlock Memorial Park. Pallbearers included: Chris Borges, Robin Boyer, Steve Henderickson, Steve Borges, Dennis Larson and Gary Lane. mmmmmnnnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CTWGA announces weekly winners Winners for Cimarron Trails Women's Golf Association on LL, IL,/- L3 L, |::l m:: |7 I:::Twr 'S COMMENTS ............. Nov. 14 were Ruby Mangold, Ace of Aces; and Low Net, President's ............................ ..... by Elizabeth Wise Flight, and Pat McCutchen, Low ............ Net A Flight. A pretty day can certainly have a positive eflbct on a person's CTWGA will hold its playday morale. Monday was so nice that I went outside, picked-up dead on Monday, Nov. 25. Format will tree branches that had blown down, scuffed through leaves that I be Criers Tournament. should rake up, and enjoyed the warm sunshine. 18-Hole Pairings: I needed that day. Last week was a sad one because of the death of 9:00--Alma Focht, Jean my sister-in-law, Olive (Wise) Biby of Coyle. She was a special'lady. McIlvain, Tammy King She loved and was loved by many people. My deep sympathy goes 9:07--Burnie Armstrong, to her family; she was the center of their lives. I loved her, too, and Beverly Evans, Sue Dollins so did my children. 9:14---Pat McCutchen, Betty I guess it's just as well that we don't know what the future holds Branstetter, Ruth Stites for us, even one day at a time. We just have to accept what we can't 9:21--Jean Platt, Ruby change, and cope with it as best as we can. Mangold, Wanda Strain Thanksgiving is almost here. It reminds us more than usual to This will be our last weekly count our blessings, for we do have a lot of things for which we playdy until March of 1997. We should be thankful, starting with family and friends. want to encourage any begin- I'm glad I live in Perkins. ning or experienced lady golfers to join with us next year for a fun filled day once a week. We will have a coffee and registra- tion meeting in February. Watch the Perkins Journal for date and time. New books at the Library By Helen Marler There's a Wockett in my Pocket by Dr. Suess Arthur Goes to Camp by Marc Brown The Bear next Door by Ida L._utt.r_eJ_l_ Berenstain Bears and the Bad Day by Stan Berenstain Berenstain Bears' New by Stan Berenstain The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss Clifford's Bathtime by Norma Bridwell Cliffvrd's Noisy Day by Norma Bridwell Clifford's Puppy Days by Norma Bridwell The Little Enine that Could by Watty Piper A Friend is Someone who Likes You by Joan Anglund When Is My Journal Subscription Due? It's Easy To Tell. The Date On Your Mailing Label Tells You When. -To Renew, Please See Instructions On Page 2-Thanks. A gflngo in Mexico By Allen Wall In downtown Terreon there are two important buildings that are close to each other, the City Hall and the Federal Building. The City Hall is the seat of the Torreon city government and the Fed- eral Building is comparable to the former Murrah Building in Okla- homa City. The Federal Building houses various government offices: the mil post office, the office that deals with foreigners where I have to renew my work permit annually, a mining office, an office that grants passports to Mexicans, and others. I also have my mailbox in this building where I receive my mail. Because of the importance of these buildings, they attract many people who want to attract attention. For example, there is the "12 o'clock Loco," a crazy man who passes the Federal Building each day at noon, screamingand gesturing toward the building; The "12 o'clock Loco" is harmless, so people either ignore him or look on with amusement. Then there are the organized protesters, who from time to time gather in front of one of these two buildings to protest some dire injustice that the government should remedy in a manner that suits their way of thinking. Once the bus drivers were on strike and parked their busses in front of the City Hall for several days. And every once in awhile there's a hunger strike in which a left- wing political party will sit in front of the door of one of these build- ings for several days without eating. Of course they're striking in support of some particular cause. But I've noticed something curi- ous--usually the hunger strikers are overweight to begin with. That could mean one of two things. Maybe they're expecting a long hun- ger strike so they start out with obese hunger strikers. Or maybe the overweight hunger strikers were secretly planted by the gov- ernment, to subtly suggest that, hey, the folks here aren't that de- prived. After all, we still have overweight people. Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems 405-720-041 I BLACKWELL S~n n,v Cannon Auto Plaza 200 V.: I)oolin 405.365-0522 CUSHING TCB Otllce Supply 113 E. 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