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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, December 6, 2001-5A Shuekakosee LeDean Shuckakosee of llwater, 48, died Sunday, ,vember 25, 2001 in the :iversity Hospital in /ahoma City, Oklahoma. were Friday at 2 p.m. Chapel and interment s at the Iowa Tribal Cemetery Funeral Home. Jake was born in Oklahoma March 29, 1953 to Frank lnez (Tohee) Shuckakosee. attended Perkins-Tryon He worked as a push machinist in many areas Oklahoma and Kansas. He red traveling all over the States. He married Ethel in 1968. The marriage ended in He married Dorothy 'max in 1978. The marriage ended in later married Frieda Noear Oklahoma. was a member of the American Church and Pentecostal Holiness Church. He is predeceased by his two sisters: Inez (Josie) maker-Brake and Sandra Savory. is survived by his wife Tulsa; two daughters: Butler. Tulsa and Dorothy of Hutchinson, his step-sons, Jack Bear Noear and Billy all of Tulsa, OK; step-daughters, Carol Lnson and Gwen Vaughan, of Tulsa, OK. ar grandchildren: ira Butler, Johnie Butler, Squire, and Kasey all of Tulsa, OK. and two sisters survive Jake. Moran Tulsa; Bob Pawhuska; Albert Sr., Stillwater; Nee and Mrs. Walter both of Stillwater. Pallbearers were Abe Bob • • • CREC makes donation to Tryon Tina Simmons, Tryon Town Clerk, accepts $500 from CREC's Randy Jarvis. CREC's donation purchased two centrifugal pumps" and two robin engines for the Tryon Fire Department. Taylor/Matthiesen to marry Erica Alyn Taylor and Peter Andrew Matthiesen will exchange wedding vows December 22, 2001. The wedding is scheduled at 6:00 PM at Southside Baptist Church in Stillwater, OK. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Bob and Rachel Freeby of Fort Smith, Ark. The groom-to-be is the son of Bob and Freda Matthiesen of Billings, OK What do burnt pies, a stolen Barbie doll, a helpful baby brother and a mischevious cat have in common? They are the shared memories of the four winners of The Journal's Holiday Memories Contest. Last week these four lucky winners were notified that they were chosen to take home 50 "Perkins Bucks" as winners of their contest division. Jeannie Chavez took home first place in the adult division Niki Niini Jeannie Chavez with her funny story about "Santa" burning the holiday pies. Niki Niimi's story about Jacob Hart Barbie and the cops earned her first prize in the high school di- vision. Sixth-graders Jacob Hart and Michael Pace tied for first place in the middle school division. Hart wrote about his little brother Caleb helping with mak- ing holiday cookies. Pace's story concerned a ka- mikaze cat and a Christmas tree. All of the stories entered in the contest were great, and the judges reported that it was a tough decision. Michael Pace Taylor is a 1998 graduate of Perkins High School. She at- tended Northern Oklahoma College for two years and transferred OO00000000000000000000000000000000000000••OOO000000 Wreath Auction When: During Perkins Annual Old Fashioned Country Christmas Thursday, Dec. 13, beginning at 5-7:30 p.m. ; Where: Lion's Den on Main Street ; Why: To fill up, warm up, and help support • Perkins Main Street What: Delicious chili, baked potato, dessert and bevera Cost: $5 for adults and $2.50 for children under 12 6 0 6 to Oklahoma State University where she is currently working on a • • degree in Family Relations Child Development. She is currently • employed at Farmer's Insurance. • And don't forget to get your last-minute bid placed in the Silent Wreath ; Matthiesen is a !997 graduate of Billings High School. He Auction! Beautiful wreaths will be on display during the supper. ; received an associate s degree in science from Northern Oklahoma • • Albert College. He then transferred to Oklahoma State University where • Silent auction will end at 7:30 p.m. . Sr.. Bobby Bell, he plans graduate in iay 2002 ith a bachek 'r.s,dcgree m' Irk- •• o • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • "° = Nelsonjr. and A|bert,:,~llaiiica~dngilae.bt.lngi~.,,~ ~ ..... ~ ~i~ ',...~,~k_,\ ................. .,, , ....... .... , , ~, .~ . ....... Oklahoma winter bald eagle events P I I STEW & CORNBREAD Perkins Masonic Lodge #92 will sponsor a Stew & Cornbread lunch on Saturday, December 15 for the Holly Jolly drawing. Lunch will be served at the Lion's Den at ! 26 S. Main from 18:38 a.m. - I p.m. Proceeds from the event will go towards scholarships and other masonic charities. Every winter, hundreds of bald eagles make their way to Oklahoma to feast on fish from our many lakes, and those wishing to watch these majestic birds can do so during upcoming eagle viewing tours. Not only are bald eagles our national symbol, these magnificent birds represent one of America's greatest conservation success stories. Bald eagle populations have increased steadily over the past 4 years - from 425 to around 5.700 breeding pairs in the lower 48 states. One important group, the Sutton Avian Research Center (SARC) in Bartlesville has been instrumental in restoring bald eagles. As part of their recent captive-breeding program, SARC has released a total of 275 bald eagles in the Southeast U.S. "The number of eagle viewing tours has grown in recent years," said Julian Hilliard, natural resources specialist with the Oklahoma Department of Adults-S3 Children under 1 2-$2 t.ova , t...oo who's 40. ...o.., .,,...,.o=,.. t_,3 children? Need to wrap some presents? Just need a little time to yourself? Bring l ( C:J/A the Kiddo's to us for Holiday vie's, crafts and funlll ,ll Certified Massage Therapist , Perkins church of Christ at ero Gravity Hair & Wellness Center PARENT'S DAY OUT Bring in this ad and receive I I II III I III I December 8th . ._.,’,' $5 off your massage. Call 547-2739 or 547-8350 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. toschedule an appointment. " ! \ Lunch & Snacks will be provided. Gift certificates are available. Please RSVP to Terry or Glenda at 547-5912 or 547-5393 Ages 0 - 3rd grade Wildlife Conservation. "Several tours are conducted by state park personnel and others who help spot eagles soaring and fishing around Oklahoma lakes, and also assist in understanding the ecology and habits of these raptors." Most eagle tours are offered free or for a nominal charge. Eagle watchers are encouraged to bring binoculars and dress warmly. Call the Department's Natural Resources Section at (405) 521-4613 for more information, or log on to the Department's Web site at www.wildlifedepartment.com. Perkins-Tryon Breakfast Monday 12/10: English muffin w/ham & egg or assorted cereal, assorted fruit juice, assorted toast, for cereal, jelly, milk Tuesday 12/11: Apple cinna- mon pizza or assorted cereal, as- sorted toast for cereal, sausage patty, assorted fruit juice, milk, jelly W dnesday 12/12: Breakfast pita or assorted cereal, raisin toast, assorted fruit juice, jelly, milk Thursday 12/13: Cinnamon rolls or assorted cereal, sausage patty, toast for cereal, assorted fruit juice, jelly, milk Friday 12114: Gravy sausage or assorted cereal, biscuit, assorted crackers, canned pears, tartar sauce, ketchup, milk Friday 12113: Steak burger or fish nuggets, tator tots, sliced dill pickles, orange jello, milk, ketchup, mustard, assorted salad dressing, tartar sauce Ripley Breakfast Monday 12/10: Blueberry muf- fins, fruit, milk/juice Tuesday 12/11: Pancakes, P.B.C./syrup, applesauce, milk/ juice Wednesday 12/12: Sausage patty, biscuits & gravy, honey/ jelly/butter, milk/juice Thursday 12/13: Breakfast ba- gels, tater bites, milk/juice Frid ly 12/14: Cinnamon roRs, fruit juice, jelly, margarine patty, pears, milk/juice milk Lunch Lunch Monday 12110: Corndogs, Monday 12/!0;Crispitosorfish French fries, pickle spear , nuggets, cheese sauce, broccoli, Rocky Road pudding, milk/ sweetened applesauce, white juice bread, milk, tartar sauce, matga- fine patty Tuesday 12/11: Chicken nuggets or fish nuggets, mashed pota- toes, white gravy, diced peaches, cherry cake, tartar sauce, milk, ketchup Wednesday 12/12: Frito chili pie or fish nuggets, cole slaw, ba- nanas, tartar sauce, ketchup, milk Thursday 12/13: Vegetable ,soup or fish nuggets, French fries, cheese sticks, cinnamon rolls, Tuesday 12/11; Grilled cheese, tomato soup, pickles, cracker , peanut butter cookies, milk/ juice Wednesday 12/! 2; Spaghetti w/ meat sauce, garden salad, garlic rolls, butter, fruit, milk/juice Thursday 12/13: chuck wagon stew, crackers, cheese, pickles, fruit basket upset, milk/juice Friday 12/13; Cheeseburgers, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, chips, Scooby snacks, milk/juice P.O. BOX 842 STILLwATER, OK 74076-0842 40S-372-33S't