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10 - The Journal, Th.rsday, December 20. 1973 Mrs. She, man Bower ! LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. George Castoe entertained their children and their families on the occasion of his birthday, Stmday. They had a most enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Holbrook of Perkins were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tucker and Mrs. Tucker~s sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bilyeu, StiUwater, visited a cou- sin, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brine- gar of Yale. Mr. Brinegar had just been dismissed from an Oklahoma City hospital and is convalescing at home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dodson, Lisa and Teresa, were Stillwa- ter shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klut- senbaker, Stillwater, were Sun- day visitors with Mrs. Klutsen- baker's mother, Mrs. Winnie Lazenby. Mrs. Lester Mahaffey spent several days last week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Cole and children, Udail, Kansas. The group visit- ed in Wichita during her stay. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skidgel were Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Winnie Lazenby. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sawyer entertained their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buste~ Keaton and girls, with a steak dinner Friday night. They hon- ored Buster on his birthday. Weekend visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ba- ker, were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker and family, Wichita, Kan- sas. Lester Mahaffey visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mahaffey, Burkburnett, Texas, this past weekend. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker were their dau- ghter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Applegate, Sapulpa, their grandson, Dusty Apple-:" gate, Miami, and a friend, Becky Wright, Cushing. 4-H NEWS The Payne County 4-H team attended the Poultry Judging Christmas means different things to different people. Your age, your faith, your philosophy, and your personality all bear upon it. Whatever else we may think or feel about Christmas, it's important that we remember there would be no Christmas without Christ. And, with- out Christ, many of the lights of hope that burn in our troubled world would never have been lighted. Enjoy your Christmas tree, an"d your gifts, and the social pleasures of the season. But, remember also the sources from which these blessings flow. We like to think the cooperative movement that brought us dependable, low-cost electricity is an outgrov~th of the Christian spirit which helps people be mindful of others, to live together, work together-and serve mankind together. O-OPERATIVE D. J. "Duke" f'~oper, Mgr., Stillwater, Oklahoma Contest, held in Norman Friday and Saturday. Members from Glencoe participating were Di- ana, Pare and Beverly Brake, and Susan Barrows. Beverly won 7th in the over-all contest, which was excellent considering the number involved. All par- ticipants won ribbons. LisaGil- christ accompanied the team as an observer and assistant. Mrs. Maggie Waters, Salli- saw, is presently visiting her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bechtel, Cushing, were Glencoe visitors Monday. Bryan Folsom, Sallisaw, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huff and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waters and family. Mrs. Gilbert Barrows was a Wednesday visitor with relativ- es in Perry. The "We Won't Eat Alone" group held their Tuesday dinner at the Senior Citizens' Center, with 15 in attendance. It was a most pleasant day. ILLNESS Emmett Blanchard remains a patient in the Ponca City hos- pital. He is reported making excellent progress. Bert Will, a patient in the Stillwater hospital, is improv- ing. J. D. Elwood remains a patient in a Tulsa hospital. Bob Broyles is convalescing at home after surgery in th@ Pawnee hospital. Cloy Price is a patient in the Stillwater hospital. BEVERLY SMITH WAS CROWNED at Glencoe Homecomi~ activities last Friday by Kenny Harding, team captain. MiSS Smith's court consisted of Lisa Gllchrlst, Denise Huff, Andorea Porter, Linda Spencer and Pat Treat. The two attendants were Bryan Childers and Patty Smith. The Glencoe boys soundly de" feared Perkins-Tryon, 63-41, while the girls did the same wi$ a score of 57-32. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. Wish Peace One of this the Joy d SFIIIWAFeR NATIOnAl BANk and TRUSt P.O. Box 711 Sixth and Main Pho. 37