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Perkins, Oklahoma
December 2, 1993     The Perkins Journal
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December 2, 1993

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J Page 8- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, December 2, 1993 MI Club hears program on gerontology By Fern Downey, Secretary Christmas party to be held Dec. 11 signatures to Ella Bea McCarty, a The Mutual Improvement Club at 7 p.m. in the home of Jack and former member, who has moved met Nov. 18 in the home of Phyllis Fern Downey. to Arkansas. A note was sent to Friday, Dec. 3 milk. Lunch Hamburgers, pic q Stevens with Opal Olson serving as Florence Holbrook read a brief Eloise Parsons who has become an Breakfast Pork sausage gravy, oniom, French fries, conjealed CHOPPED SIRLOIN Reg. $6.69 Nov. 29-Dec. 11 FRI. & SAT. STEAK LOVERS SPECIAL 11 oz. Ribeye *7.99 Reg. $9.49 :: :i :' : ?i! i)iiii!!i:! !i: i i 1916 N, Boomer 624-3344 Daily 11-10 her co-hostess. After the meeting was called to order, minutes read and approved and a treasurer's report given, )lans were made for the upcoming passage from the 1978 edition of "Cimarron Family Legends" about Aria Byer who was a charter member of the MI Club. A card was passed for notes and Send your Letter To Santa to the Perkins Journal Letters must be received before December 17 Letters will be published in the "Christmas Greetings" edition Dec:23. Mail your letter to: P.O. Box 695 Perkins, OK 74059 0t bring it by the J0urnai oflk at 133 S. Main II ..... The Perkins Journal honorary member. Phyllis Stevens introduced Glad- ene Allred who presented the program on gerontology entitled "Myths of Aging and Stereo Types." She enlightened the mem- bers about myths such as old age be- ing a disease, old age is mindless, old people are not physically fit, old age is sexless, old age is useless and old people are powerless. She stressed aging is nornml part of living and can be a new stage of human growth. Also, intellectual growth can continue well into ones 80's. Research indicates the brain continues to contain the same number of neurons. They are just smaller. It is important to "use it" or "loose it" which tells us how important it is to continue stimulating growth. Our speaker reminded us what passes for aging is disuse. Those who exercise regularly experience better physical and mental health opposed to those who become sedentary. Old age is not sexless! Older people can be powerful. Wonderful dessert was served to Carol Acuff, Inez Barnes, Fern Downey, Billee Fisher, Florence Holbrook, Joan McDaniel, Barbara Kirby, Claudean Reynolds and Erma Thomas. Fren Downey presided over the meeting in the absence of President Ellen Dickson. Claus Is Coming.. to Albertsons Get Your Picture Taken With Santa Saturday, Dec. 4 (10.7) N hot biscuits, assorted fruit juice, milk. Lunch Little smokie sausages, bowl of brown beans, carrot sticks, frozen fruit push ups, corn, mar- garine, milk. Monday, Dec. 6 Breald'ast Assorted cereal, fruit cocktail, toast,jelly, milk. Lunch Dinasaur chicken nuggets, French fries, fresh fruit, peanut butter honey cup, bread, milk. Tuesday, Dec. 7 Breakfast Scrambled eggs, hash browns, toast, jelly, milk. Lunch Hoagies, lettuce, pickle spear, baked beans, peaches, milk. Wednesday, Dec. 8 Breakfast Glazed donuts, ham slice, pineapple tidbits, milk. Lunch Fish, tarter sauce, cob corn, broc- coli or spinach, frozen fruit cup, corn bread muffin, milk. Thursday, Dec. 9 Breakfast Cereal, pears, toast, jelly, milk. Lunch Fried chicken, tater tots, fruit gelatin, bread, milk. Friday, Dec. I0 Breakfast Sausage gravy, bis- cuits, fruit juice, milk. Lunch Cheeseburger, pickle slices, French fries, fruit salad, milk. Monday, Dec. 13 Breakfast Cereal, peaches, toast, jelly, milk. Lunch Corn dogs, green beans, carrot sticks, apple crisp, milk. Tuesday, Dec. 14 Breakfast Scrambled eggs, potato wedge, toast, jelly, milk. Lunch Beef cheese nachos, tossed salad, pears/pineapple mix, garlic bread, milk. Wednesday, Dec. 15 Breakfast Pan cakes, syrup, mar- .... pesanc milk. Thursday, Dec. 16 Breakfast Cereal, pineapple wid bananas, toast, jelly, milk. Luna Turkey/noodles, mashed potat and gravy, celery stick, fruit cupJ hot mils/margarine, milk. Friday, Dec. 17 Breald'ast Sausage gravy, cults, fruit juice, milk. Lunch dog/relish, peaches, ice cream milk. High and Middle School Friday, Dec. 3 Breakfast Sausage biscuit, tots, milk, Lunch tomato, fruit, milk. Monday, Dec. 6 Breakfast Breakfast pizza, milk. Lunch Spaghetti, salad, garlic bread, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Dec. 7 Breakfast Scrambled eggs, con, toast, jelly, fruit, milk. Bar-B-Q on a bun, baked potato chips, celery sticks, cup, milk. Wednesday, Dec. 8 Breakfast Ham slice, tater toast, jelly, milk. Lunch steak, whipped potatoes, buttered carrots, fruit, bread, Thursday, Dec. 9 Breakfast French toast, butter, syrup, fruit, milk. Beef vegetable soup, cheese crackers, cinnamon roll, rosie plesauce, milk. Friday, Dec. 10 Breakfast Sausage gravy, juice, milk. Lunch Chicken lettuce, tomatoes, pickle spear, tots, spice cake, milk. liHHIIi i!iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiLL i iLj111i?!i, ii!i!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!iiiii!ii!i!iiiiiii!:!!!!!iii!!ii!!!ii!i;iiiiii!ii!ii!: : ......... . or Egos Sunday, Dec. 5 PLU#931 ALBERrSONS COUPON-7 IEW ENGLANil;I!III iJllJi , Larcle ...... 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