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girl earns 2,000 points basketball since age 9 Pritchard, a Carney School senior and a Lady Basketball player, went the 2,000 point mark for her school career, Friday night, 14, 1984. The game played with Crescent on the court. Tereasa pounded 18 points to push her total to points. fine young lady has been in basketball since she was years old. She was a starter year except the first year began, when she was in the grade. has attended th~ Dale Training Camp since was in the 6th grade, and has a counselor for four years at camp. of Tereasa's friends thered at a Stillwater Pizza Saturday night, December 1984, to honor her for her with a Pizza Party. future plans are to grad- from Carney High School next spring, then maybe at- OBU or Northwestern in parents are Robert Polly Pritchard, who have liv- the Carney area all their years. She has two Jody and Tonya, who are in the Carney School. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard, and Mrs. Mildred all live in the Carney area. grandfather, Pat Alford, a Carney resident, lives in Tereasa and wishes in all your future Put Christ first and all your plans will fail into place for you. The Carney Assembly of God Church had the monthly C A. Rally, Monday night, December 3, 1984. A large crowd enjoyed the evening of singing and a good message from Orvel Knight. Carney received the trophy for the most points with attendance and Bibles brought. Chandler Assembly of God recewed the plaque for the most offering. Each church who wins these keeps them until the next rally. These rallies are wonderful for the young people, and also for adults. They are very spiritual. Joy is defined in the Webster's New World Dictionary, as, a very happy feeling, great pleasure, much delight. How can we have these feelings? By giving of ourselves, to those who need a friend. What better time of year than Christmas and the New Year holdiays to show that feel- ing? Begin the New Year with the joy in your heart. Brighten up your own sense of delight by showing someone you care. Dollars do not make the lonely happy all the time. Relish the thought on their faces when you wish them a happy holiday, or show them you care. Friendliness, mixed with a little caring is the "Recipe for Christmas Joy." I Wish you happiness I wish you Joy but most of all, I wish you Love Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone. "0" Glad tidings to all...it's the season to greet good friends! Focht's Garage Bill and Roy and families \ Waterbed 1911 N. Boomer Stillwater, Chiming in with this expression of our hopes for you at Christmas -- joy to al~! King, J. R. Willis and Bill Willis GYMNASTICS PROGRAM HAS COMPETITION The gymnastics program for elementary students was held at the P-T Elementary School on December 13, 1984. The par- ticipants had just completed 11 weeks of gymnastics and range from kindergarten to sixth grade students. The program is through the Community Education Program directed by Joe Hrencher. Coach- es for the program are Sandy Lemire, Head Coach; and Laurie Collum and Brenda Perkins, Assistant Coaches. A list of participants is as follows: Beginners: Jason Marlow Stony Matheson Dusty Matheson Tony Perkins Barry Perkins David Parcher Anita Slusser Kristal Beyl. Darcee Blubaugh Jennifer Dean Lisa Delano Amanda Marshall Holly Foutch Aubrey Taylor Jenny Harper Chrissa Graham Heather Marlow Katrina Hazelbaker Angela Emerson Jennifer Lancaster Ashley Collum Lee Ann Bays Tiffany Price Carla Kleisen Chrystal Kelly Christy Blair Advanced: Jennifer Thomas Ginger Coilum Lisa Lancaster Sonja Moorman Jarni Lemire Whitney Poston Penny Britton Christy Lancaster Angela Marshall Courtney Poston Tashia Whitfield Keri Willingham WINNERS EDEN CHAPEL By Donna Burton We received a lot of rain; it is getting cold now. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lane visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burnett Sunday. The parents and grandparents of Dennis Olson from Minnesota spent the weekend with Dennis, his wife, and baby, Elizabeth Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murlin and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Courtright and son, visited Mrs. Opal Courtright, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burton were Friday dinner guests of Pauline Franklin. John McKnight and Rena Bur- ton visited their brother, Jack McKnight, Thursday afternoon. Donna Burton called on Tam- my Olson and baby Monday morning. Mrs. Joe Burton visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave McLemore and family, Sunday afternoon. The Burton Quilting Club met with Edna Tabor, December 11. Those attending were: Opal Courtright, Grace Jones, Lottie Sharpton, Ivola Wright, Judy Bunton, and Grandma Tabor. We want to wish every one a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. "0" Advanced Mat: 1st Jamie Lemire 2nd Ginger Collum 3rd Whitney Poston Advanced Beam: ls~ Lisa Lancaster 2nd Penny Britton 3rd Tashia Whitfield Advanced Mini Tramp: 1 st Jennifer Thomas 2nd Ginger Collum 3rd Tashia Whitfield Beginner Mat: 1st Jennifer Lancaster 2nd Darcee Blubaugh 3rd Lee Ann Bays Beginner Beam: 1st Jennifer Lancaster 2nd Chrissa Graham 37d Jennifer Dean Beginner Mini Tramp: 1st Stony Matheson 2nd Heather Marlow 3rd Jennifer Lancaster & Barry Perkins {tie) Beginner Boys: Special Matt Performances 1st Stony Matheson 2nd Dusty Matbeson 3rd Barry Perkins Overall Beginner Gymnastics: 1st Jennifer Lancaster 2nd Stony Matheson 3rd Darcee Blubaugh Overall Advanced Gymnastics: 1 st Ginger Collum 2nd Jami Lemire 3rd Lisa Lancaster Letter to the Editor The Perkins Journal Perkins, OK 74059 Enclosed is my check for $16.50 in payment for a 1-year subscrip- tion to your paper, We grew up in Merrick and near Tryon and still have relatives and friends in the area and in Stillwater. I have read your paper several times, having borrowed from the George Vandeventers. and en- joyed it very much. Happy Holidays To All Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vandeventer 4165 Regents Lane Wichita, KS 67208 Dear Friends, I want to thank all of you for your continued cards, contribu- tions to the American Cancer Society, and prayers following the death of our dear husband and father. So many of you have asked how Heidi is doing. After missing a week of school right after, she threw herself into school work and has not stopped. Love and a Merry Christmas To You All Melba Glover Salado, Texas Editor's Note: Melba enclosed , -0- news clippings of Heidi being crowned the Homecoming Queen HOW S THAT AGAIN of the Salado H.S. She was COLLINSVILLE --Some day escorted by her brother, Brandt Corena Mae Sullivan can answer, when people ask her where she was born, "On South 19th Street Between Plum and Reno in Col- linsville." Yep, she was born at 3:38 a.m. December 9, 1984, in ambulance # 11 of the Collinsville Ambulance Service. Her great- aunt, Viola glover, delivered the infant, who was the first baby born in Unit #11. It was the first delivery Mrs. Glover, an emergen- cy medical technician, had per- formed. The baby, her mother, and the ambulance driver James Ballew, are reported doing well. -O- Glover. She is a gifted athlete, won district and regional honors as a member of the basketball, cross country and track teams, member of the National Honor Society. She was named Best Dressed and Most Likely to Suc- ceed and was elected to Who's Who Among American High School students. Heidi was also chosen Sweetheart of the Salado Lions Club of which her late father, Lawrence Glover, was a member. Congratulations, Heidi. From the Journal staff. -O- The Perkins Journal Thursday, December 20, 1984 -- PAGE 9 BIRTHDAY PARTY ENDS and friends to an open hous(, ahd YALE -- A year-long 75th an- birthday party. There were free niversary celebration came to an gifts, refreshments and prizes for end December 13-14 when officers several hundred people that and employees of the First Bankattended. and Trust Co. welcomed guests O COME, LET US ADORE HIM, THE PRINCE OF PEACE! Henderson & Morris Agency The heartiest of greetings to all our fine patrons! Oliver's Hair ,i Styles Dennis Oliver j. D. and Evelyn Anderson Waterwell and Pump Service !!ii : We wish you joy during this holiest of times. Junior and Misses Styles 125 S. Main Perkins "$no fooling, we wish you the bestl Christmas is the time for old friends to get together. Why not stop in and visit us? We wish you and your family the hap- piest holidays ever. It's been great getting to know you over the past year. 'S Junior and Morine Bostian Carolyn, Shelly and Rea Dawn