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SENIOR CITIZENS NEWS The Perkins Journal, Thursday, December 2, 1993 -Page 5 By Esther Ham The center was closed on Thanks- day so everyone could enjoy day with their family. Our mystery dinner Nov. 19 was a secret until 5 p.m. when we arrived at the center to find out were going to enjoy a delicious catered by the Steer Inn. were Elsie Grant, Burton, Alpha Bower, Jack Joan Botts, Guy and Cleta Earl Bentley and his son from Maryland, John Lister- Bob and Georgia Burnett, Pete Viola Gunkel, Alpha Bower, and Cliff Olson, Mack Braziel Lanks d Erma Shaffer. After the dinner, the center was orated for the Christmas season. to Opal and Cliff Olson for shing some of the decorations. Those enjoying cards, dominoes snacks at our Saturday night were Olga Tomlinson, Mil- and Claude Cash, Naomi Woods, Alpha Bower, Maudetta Triplett, Vern Wells, Opal and Cliff Olson, Guy and Cletea Rivers and John Listerman. Our first open house Sunday was a great success. The painters and quilters dis- played the articles each had made. Gertrude Ishmael and Donna Bur- ton served punch and cookies to Opal Olson, Elsie Gram, Betty Jo Trimble, Gene and Josephine Bays, Florence Nelson Wall, Ev- erett and Joann Legate, Vicki Wall and Lora Shea, Edith Cretsinger, Jack and Ruby Gearhart, Pete and Viola Gunkel, Wayne and Geral- dine Allen, Mary Nelson, T.A. and Ellen Mae Sloan, Olga Tomlinson, Quincy Rusco, Frank and Bernita Blecha, Jewell Mahar, Mack Bra- ziel, Mary Caldwell, Willa Ram- sey, Lorayne West, Gayle Hill, Cleta and Guy Rivers, Donald and Paulene Hooper, Jeanette Owen and her grandson, Eric, Ephraim tie Lee entertains her family Mattie Lee Thompson said she a lot to be "thankful for" Thanksgiving when her Perkins was filled with celebrating Here for the holiday were larry Thompson and wife, Ginger, Oklahoma City; Darla Shu:z and Shel Barnes, Edmond; David and Linda Shurtz and children, Ness City, Kan.; Cassandra Johnson and children; Lucinda and Kyle Shrim and children; Brandi and Tracy and daughter; and Richard Grimm, all of Perkins. Jason Nortcutt back in hospital )KLAHOMA CITY - Jason the Hospital after only two ,s of rehabilitation. Northcutt, who was injured Sept. m an accident, was readmitted suffering from an acute of the pancreas. "It looks like this will slow his rehabilitation by at least a month," said his mother, Linda. =We had hoped to have him for at least a couple of days at Christmas." After the inflammation is cor- rected, Northcutt will resume reha- bilitation to learn to walk again. Wall, Jerry Walter, Dora Mer- cer, Ada Ruth Shatter, Lnla Strat- ton, Patsy Rosson, Lynda Williams, Joe and Bennie Russell, Bertha Pricer, Shirley Hemphill, Claudean Reynolds, Jim E. Williams, Opal Redus, Gilbert and Goldie Stewart and John Listerman. Winner of the wall hanging made and donated by Bill Cox was won by Ellen Mae Sloan. A scrapbook of the history of the Senior Citizens Center was made by Gertrude Ishmael, and a photograph album from Clarrcy Cook with pictures of the early days of the center are now on display. Anyone interested can stop by to see them. They are very interesting. The musicians entertaining on Monday, Nov. 29, were Ival Hesser, Evelyn Havel, Clara Hesser, Bud Smith, Bessie Moebius, Carroll McGinnis, Robert Tipton, Ted McNamar, Chester Smith, Alvie Stevens and Jimmie Dodson. Willa Ramsey and Mary Cald- well prepared and served delicious snacks to Joyce Ools, Veto Wells, Maudetta Triplett, Pete and Viola Gunkel, Erma and Everett Miller, Alpha Bower, C.N. Thompson, Bob and Georgia BurneR, Dorothy Metzger, Kelly Higgins, Olga Tom- linson, Mary Burchette, Rena Bur- ton, Donna Burton, Ruth Wells, paul Cooley, I.,orayne West, Kather- ine Cross, Margo Hughes, Letha Grimes, Mildred and James Hall. Also, Mamie Silver, Roy and Phyllis Cook, Erma Shaffer, Edith Cretsinger, Dorothy Pepmiller, Gra- cie Kamtday, Mary Ann Rayson, Barbara and Lewis Day, Oeac and Josephine Bays, Zclma John- son, Bill and Eva Cox, pat and Clayton Millington, Wanda Davis. Jane Waltman, Naomi Woods, Ethei Carter, Ray and Betty Ransford, Andy and Olive Wehem, John Lis- terman, patsy Rosson, Erma Lee Smith, Elsie Grant, Bill R. Boyd, Mike Watts and Mack Braziel. Remember these upcoming dates: mystery dinner m December. Dec. 8- Potluck dinner. Remember, the center is open Dec. 17 - Combination birthday Monday through Friday from 1 to and Christmas dinner. 4 p.m. for quilting, games or just We will not have a pot luck dinner for visiting. Dec. 22, and we will not have a Hope to see you there. Than@ For your Patronage I Dr. Pepper &amp; Coke 6 Pack Cans SlS9 Milwaukee Best 6 Pack Cans S22S Pepsi Pepsi & New M0vie Releases B0m Yesterday Dennis The Menace Posse Tom & Jey II I JIM E. NILES CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT JIM E. NILE$ 321 W. STUMBO PERKINS, OK 74059 PH. 405-547-2601 Michelle Kimmel, M.D. Cushing Regional Hospital Welcomes Michelle Kimmel, M.D.- Dr. Kimmel earned both her undergraduate and Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Oklahoma. She completed her internship and residen- cy in Family Practice at OU as well. Her practice will offer speciat interest in: Obstetrics -Pediatrics Family Medicine Now Taking Appointments At Medical Associates of Cushing 1030 E. Cherry Cushing 918/225-0616 Factory Trained Service Excellent Service for our Valued Customers \\; 9 Roper Freezer Modol RHIRA 10.0 Cu. Ft. 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