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Thu
18
Apr
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Quilt guild members enjoy trunk show

The Friendship Quilt Guild day and night groups held a joint meeting on April 9 at Community Worship Center.

A trunk show and program was given by Cheryl Ashpaugh and her daughter, Tina, from Cheryl’s Quilt Corner in Guymon, OK. They brought several beautiful quilts from their store and personal collections, and shared the stories of each one. They also brought their new collection of Stonehenge fabrics.

Found robin blocks were turned in to Freddie Seaman and Norma Velasquez passed hers out.

 

 

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Thu
18
Apr
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MAY WEDDING

Jay and Elsa Williams of Richardson announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Elin Williams, to Collin Vanlandingham, son of Jeff and Suzy Vanlandingham of Perryton. The couple will be married May 31, 2019 at 7 p.m. in Stillwater, OK. The bride-elect graduated from J.J. Pearce High School in Richardson and received a bachelor of music education degree from Oklahoma Baptist University. She attained her Kodaly certification for music education from the University of Oklahoma. She taught intermediate music in Giddings, and is currently employed by Norman Public Schools in Norman, OK teaching K-5 music. The prospective groom attended Perryton High School and graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University with a bachelor of music education degree. He is a teacher in McLoud, OK.

 

Sun
14
Apr
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Delta Kappa Gamma holds basket auction

Delta Kappa Gamma met April 1 in the home of Lana Yeary. Other hostesses were Sheryl Dunlavy, Donna Sheppard, Bobette Doerrie and Debbie Kinsey.

Karen Thompson, president, called the meeting to order. The chapter voted unanimously on four new members: Angela Hollowell, Bertha Albright, Laurette Wauer and Terri Hansen.

The chapter also approved three scholarship recipients: Sheridan Dietz, Kaitlyn Rodgers and Kassandra Pina. They will each receive a $600 scholarship, with $300 paid each semester.

Guest speaker was Shalon Inmon of Slaton, state first vice president. She talked about herself, and told the group that Marilyn Stone is the new area coordinator.

 

 

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Thu
11
Apr
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Where are they now?... George Brosowske

The bold footprints left at Perryton High School by George Brosowske have been gone for a short while. The new footprints he has made are just as bold and deep. The pace of these new prints has been moving very fast.

Brosowske graduated from PHS in 2015. Like his brother, Griffin, he had a stellar basketball career during his time here. He was also a gifted baseball player. Like his brother and his parents, Scott and Lisa, he is extremely intelligent. The kind of intelligence that is not common.

Brosowske moved to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University after graduation. With the swiftness that he used to dash opponent’s hopes on the hardwood, he obtained his undergraduate degree at the speed of sound. He secured that degree in 2017. He then began his pursuit of a bachelor of science degree in nursing in that same year. By 2018, Brosowske had graduated with his BSA. The process only took him three short years.

 

 

Sun
07
Apr
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OGH Auxiliary hosts annual spring luncheon

The Ochiltree General Hospital Auxiliary met April 1 at First Christian Church for its annual spring luncheon and installation of officers.

Evelyn Barnett installed the 2019-21 officers. They are Debby Schollenbarger, president; Linda Rodgers, first vice president; Janelle Cochran and Kay Turner, co-second vice presidents; Ethel Rudd, third vice president; Carolyn Thomas, secretary; Dena Davis, treasurer; and Jean Pshigoda, Debbie McGarraugh and Kay Turner, gift shop.

Volunteer hour award bars were presented by Cochran and Turner.

 

 

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Sun
07
Apr
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Flag presentation honors Boren’s service

A special presentation was made to the family of the late Joe Boren on Thursday at City Hall. Making the presentation was retired Police Chief Bob Maness.

Boren spent close to 30 years in law enforcement, and his widow, Toni, was presented with a Texas flag flown over the State Capitol, through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, in recognition of his service.

The commission presents a state flag to the family of each deceased Texas peace officer in regnition of their service.

 

 

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Thu
04
Apr
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Where are they now?...Ben Shackelford

Even though the apple often does not fall far from the tree, the journey during the fall can take several thousand miles and involve making the world a better place in the travel. That’s impressive because even a straight fall from the Shackelford tree creates an amazing person and the journey magnifies that.

Ben Shackleford graduated from Perryton High School in 2005. His parents, Danny and Cindy, have helped educate thousands of kids in Perryton and positively influenced their lives and our community. His parents are lifelong teachers. Their work ethic and drive to better the world around them wore off on their children. Ben answered the call to help defend his country and two months after graduation was in the Marine Corps Boot Camp.

Sun
31
Mar
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Jennie June Club celebrates 70th anniversary

The Jennie June Club celebrated its 70th anniversary at the First Christian Church on March 20.

Those present dressed in hats and gloves in honor of the original club members.

Penny Clark, president, welcomed members and guests, and proposed a toast to all who came to celebrate the special occasion.

She also introduced special guests Phyllis Price, Marla Elledge, Rita Allen, Kay Ferrell, Suzanne Willis, Evelyn Barnett, Sandy Judice, June Cook, Mary Lou Hummer, Susan Randall, Cleo Crum and Bob Humphrey, pastor at New Hope Fellowship who served as photographer and gave the invocation.

 

 

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Thu
28
Mar
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Where are they now?... Mindy Richardson Trujillo

Mindy Richardson Trujillo shines as one of Perryton’s finest products. She graduated from PHS in 1997 as an honor graduate. Mindy’s parents are the late Mike Richardson and Barbara Johnson.

She leads off our conversation with this, “I’m a very wordy person and was voted most talkative of my senior class and that hasn’t changed much!”

Trujillo attended San Angelo State University for a year after her high school graduation and then transferred to Texas Tech University. Her intelligence continued to shine there as well. She graduated cum laude in 2001 with a degree in psychology. She moved to Dallas after graduation and began teaching in a corporate childcare. However, her education was not complete at that point either.

“After my father passed away in 2002, I enrolled in the post-bachelor teaching certification program at the University of Texas at Dallas, which I completed in May of 2004,” she said.

 

 

Sun
24
Mar
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Pruning roses should be done annually to promote growth and add vigor to plants

Pruning roses should be an annual part of plant maintenance because it helps promote new growth and maintains their vigor, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research expert.

Dr. Brent Pemberton, AgriLife Research ornamental horticulturist, Overton, said roses are best pruned before they begin growing after winter dormancy, typically between January and March depending on location.

Pruning helps promote growth and thins the plant to allow access to sun and air flow, Pemberton said. It also encourages new breaks to come from the base of the plant.

There are two types of roses – hybrid teas, which grow upright, and landscape roses, which have a bushy appearance. Hybrid tea roses grow flowers fewer in number but are much bigger and better for cutting and floral arrangements. Landscape roses present many flowers and make a better floral display within landscapes.

 

 

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