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14-The Perkins Journal Thursday, December 22, 1977 wishes to extend Thanks to our Friends and Loyal Customers May the Good Cheer of Christmas John David Barth Funeral services were held Monday, Dec. 19, 1977 in Strode Chapel for John David Barth, 73, of Tryon. He died Wednesday, Dec. 14 in Stillwater Hospital. Rev. Van Nickels officiated at the services with inter- ment in Fairlawn Cemetery. Flag presentation was by Hanner-Sharp American Le- gion Post No. 129. Strode Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. John Barth was born Sept. 30, 1904, in clayton, the son of John and Frances Barth. He married Mary Pringle in 1948. She died in 1973. A resident of Payne and Lincoln Counties for most of his life, Barth was a maintenance man at East Bennet Hall on campus at OSU. He was a member of Hanner-Sharp American Le- gion Post No. 129. He was preceded in death by his wife and one sister, Mrs. Christine Benjamon. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Jennie Shelton, south- east of Stillwater. -O- John Tipton rites will be held today {Thursday} Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, December 22, 1977 in Strode Chapel, Stillwater, for Joe T. Tipton, Ripley, who died Monday, Dec. 19, 1977, in Cushing. He was 74 years old. Rev. Ferron Breeden and Rev. Gary CIowers will officiate at the funeral and burial will follow in Perkins Cemetery. Strode Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Joe T. Tipton was born Oct. 6, 1903, in Stillwater, the son of Ben and Lyda Tipton. He married Barbra Alice Duncan, who died in 1972. He married Pare Sue Higgins in Perkins in 1973. He lived in Ripley all his life, worked for the Santa Fe Railroad and was a member of Gospel Light House church. Survivors include his widow; a son, Jimmy L.D. Tipton, Ripley; a daughter, Mrs. Penny (Gene) Meyers of California; and four grandchildren. Hicks-Boyce attendants are listed Attendants are named for i the Hicks-Boyce wedding. They are: escorting the bride to the altar will be her I1 brother-in-law, Robert Dale i Longan; Maid of Honor will be the bride's sister, Vickie Diane Hicks; Best man will be the brother of the bridegroom, Randall Boyce, Hamlin, Texas; bride's attendant, Denise Boyce, of Coyle, sister of the bridegroom; groomsmen, , W'e>Boyce, cousin of the bridegroom; candlelighters, Jan Hicks, of Coyle, sister of the bride, and Rodney Nottingham, cousin of the bridegroom; flower girls, Kjmberly Kaye and Karl Sue Longan, of Stillwater, nieces of the bride; ringbearer, John Parker Dulin, Okmul- gee, Oklahoma; guest book, Mrs. Ronny Tracy of Coyle. Mrs. Randall Boyce, Hamlin, Texas, will be in charge of the Guest Book. Ushers will be Joe Stewart 3f Hamlin, Texas and Ronny Tracy of Coyle. Serving at the reception table will be Mrs. Robert Dale Longan, Stillwater, sister of the bride, Paula Hicks, Edmond, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Joe Dulin, Okmuigee. Photog- rapher will be Joe Dulin of Okmulgee. Singers will be Mrs. Edward Ford, Mrs. Melvin Graham and Rev. David Reddick. Wedding proces- sional will be by Mrs. James Mattirgly of Coyle. i The wedding will be January 1, 1978 at 3:00 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Coyle. Parents of the bride-to-be are Mrs. George Hicks, and the late George Hicks of Coyle and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Boyce of Coyle. All relatives and friends Each Day of a Prosperous and Happy New Year. invited to attend without Mr. and Mrs. Larry further invitation. Parrish .0. Remain with You throughout -- i Season's :Greetinas ' Ralph and Sue YHO NEWS By Barbara Tarlton The monthly meeting of the YHO met on December 19th, 7:00 p.m. Members enjoyed a gift exchange and sharing of goodies and recipes. The following were in attendance: Galene Moor- man, Mar), Kaye Jennings, Connie Walker, Judy Moor- man, Judy Hanks, DeAnn Wayman, Dorothy Lan- caster, Roberta Hooper, Barbara Tarlton and Virginia Sasser, sponsor. A Christmas Party for the Special Education Class was hosted by the YHO. Each child received an individual learning gift and treats. The topic for the January meeting,will be "Microwave Cookery' on January 16th, 7:00 p.m. and interested citizens are invited to attend. The meeting place is at the o Home Economics Cottage. -0- May the beauty of ! the season impart its wonder, peace and hope into your heart. ! S S Parrish Real Estate I i Always happy to be of service[ Merry Christmas to our wonderful friendsl Johnny Payne Insulation Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Payne and family Thanks & Merry Christmas to the Bands and Band Boosters who have been so generous. We love you, too! Kent and Rosalee Tan : We are loaded with good wishes for every loyal friend. May the Christmas season bring you All joys it can lend. From All of Us at- The New T.G.&Y Family Center Cimarron Plaza A warm and [riendly wish o[ holiday cheer to our wonder[ul [fiends. Thanhs so much for your time and patronage. From All of Us At-  Blumer s Champhn Sta f t t f ! I i GREETINGS from our family to yours! Share with us the laughter and joy of Christmasl