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THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1962 RICHARD B. FRAME, III Richard Frame Is Hen0red During the Chritmas holidays. R:chard B. Frame. IlI AN. of Perkins. a member o;" the world famous "Vigilantes." of Fighter Spadron One Five One. was con- gratulated by his Commanding Officer on being selected the Vigi- lantes Sailor of the Month for December. Richard was selected from among his shipmates for this award for his outstanding perfor- mance of duty which contributed markedly toward the efficiercy or his division and the morale of the entire squadron. The Vigilantes are presently flying MasDonnell F3H-2 Demons a single seat. jet, all-weather int- erceptor. In his job as plane capt- ton, Richard is responsible [or mak:ng all final checks on his air- craft prior to releasing it to the pilot for flight. Richard is the son of Mr and Mrs Richard B. Frame.II, of Per- ki~s. eIt graduated from Perkins high school, and began his tour of duty with the United State Navy in August 1959. Richard and his squadron are presently embarked aboard the attack carrier USS Coral Sea (CVA-43). operating in the West- ern Pacific as a part of the mig- hty 7th Fleet. During this cruise Richard will be visiting such plac- es as Hawaii. Hong Kong, and Japan, as the USS Coral Sea carr- ies out it's part of our Navy's mlg- sion as America's first line of de- fense, Baptist Church Ruth Class Meets The Ruth class of the Baptist church had its regular monthly meeting Jan. 2, in the home of %anice Tabor. Meeting was cal- led to order by the president, Judy Rylant. Dorothy Roberts brought the devotional, and Janice Tabor !ed in the opening prayer. The class discussed a party to be held in the near future, and plans were made and invitations orinted for a Bridal Shower to be given for Mrs Virginia Sasser. Officers were elected for the new quarter: they are Charolotte Duc- kett. presdient; Delores Cochran, vice-president ; Dorothy Roberts. secretary; Judy Rylant and Jan- ice Tabor, group leaders. Jan,ice Tabor, the hostess for the evening, served refreshments of Cokes. pop corn, cookies and brownies to Linda Cameron, Judy Rylant, Dorothy Roberts, Judy Cundiff and Darlene Westbrook. Last month in place of the re- gular monthly meeting the Ruth class had its annual Christmas narty. The girls first went out to dinner at Skeen's @afeteria in Stillwater, then returned to Mrs Westbrook's home where they ex- changed secret pal gifts and had their party. Mrs Westbrook ser- ved punch, party sandwiches, cookies and candies to Judy Ry- lant, Linda Cameron, Dorothy Roberts, IAnda Earl), Janice Tabor Molly Fultz, Judy Cundiff, Delores ~Cochran and Barbara Strlckland. THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA ~[ ......... : PAGE g ,1 People, Spots In The News II, It ;TYPICAL SCENE in lobby of UN General Assembly building. Yes, you're right, the man corn- ing on at right is, indeed, Adlai Stevenson. mustaches cf Pvt. John Cook, grown in two years on Cyprus i l!: J:ii:: duty with Black Watci~ ~: are displayed by his buddy, Pvt. Gerry My- ers. as they arrived 1,~ UBANGI influence seen m Paris fashion show"s trend to bigger, brassier baubles, like a chain mail necklace and bib. ,'~::~ .:?,:.:: ~.:x~,~..i.. "" ... ":. ::.:; :~:::i:i::::~,":+,.:~i::~:~'~" ................ :... ........... ......... . i :~: :::-: ::::~ :~::::: :: ::::: ~:~ ~~N~:~ I :~ :i!:!~!: :: ;:: : :::.: : :.L ::-,:.i .'~!~,~. NOT PEANUT-PUSHING, but Bourbon sniffing, goes on here as Connecticut Valley Press Club members and guests sampled Bourbons ranging in age from one day to 10 years, to test Melrose Distillers Company slogan that "age makes the difference." Mrs Virginia Sasser was honor- ed at a bridal shower given at the Baptist church Friday evening. Giving the shower was the Ruth class of the Baptist church. The shower room was decorat- ed in pale blue and white. White lace over blue covered the gift t~ble, and a blue and white cov- ered umbrella was the table piece. The honor chair was covered with a white pleated skirt and trimmed with a blue ruffle. The serving table was covered with white lace over white, and decorated with blue candles in silver holders and abride and groom center piece. Punch. cake and party nuts were served by the girls of the class. Attending the shower were Mrs Boyd Sasser, Mrs Thomas Roberts. Dorothy and Margaret Roberts. Miss Diane Burt, Mrs Ewing Can- aday, Miss Linda Earp, Miss Jo Hunt. Mrs W.E. Hunt, Miss Llnda Cameron, Miss Phyllis Campbell, Mrs Joe Rylant, Mrs J.L. Rylant and Judy, Miss Deloris Cochran. Mrs Harold Burt, Miss Willa Jeafl Hall, Mrs Charley Westbrook and Mrs Dick Shelby and Susan. Also Miss Lorene Jarvis. Miss Baker, Mrs Pearl Freeman and Mrs Ava Sadler and Leola. Also Mrs Jim Rentfrow, Mrs Gene Thompson, Mrs Jim Hill- house, Mrs Garvin Cruse, Mrs J. D. Wo0drum. Mrs Allie Stumbo, Mrs Arthur Brown, Mrs I.D. Vas- sar, Mrs Jack Vassar, Mrs Ivy Elder, Mrs C.A. Ringgold, Mxg Gene Yarbrough, Mrs Clay" Rob- erts, Mrs I.D. Roberts and Mrs Emma McClain. ON BUSY STREST ED KASTL'S WELDING AND FIX-IT SHOP Acetylene and Arc Welding Cl~ain Saw Repair on all Makes Lawn Mower Repair and Blades Stella Nelson, Miss Judy Cundiff, Sharpened. Miss C.A. Duckett Miss Molly Ful- Bicycye Repair-Pipe Gates and tz, Miss Janlce Tabor and Miss others made. Joan Sadler. I Briggs & Stratton motors re. Sendirtg gifts were Mrs Roy paired. Acuff, Mrs Maude Markee, Mrs R. Farm Tractors Overhauled. Location ~ Block west of Bank B. Frame, Mrs Bess Miller, Mrs Cecil Henry, Mrs Phil Hughes, and ~4 Block South in the alley. AT 116 S. W. 1ST STREET Mrs Ralph Crane, Mrs Joe Russell, Perkins, Okla. LI 7-2294 Mrs Viola McDaniel, Mrs WaN. Perkins Livestock Auction Sale Every Monday. amrl~; Ru~tmor~. ow~ Fun Is like Ineurance, the older you get the mere It ee~a I I I Perkins Girls Win, Boys Lose Here Forward Sandy Wells broke loose for three quick layup shots in the final two and one-half min- utes of play as the Perkins girls basketball team defeated Jones. 41-33. in a nipand tuck game Tuesday night. Jones' boys downed the local team, 47-32, in the final game of the night. The girls dropped a five-point decision to Okeene in the opening round of the Okeene tournament last week. Club Meets The Forest Valley garden club met for its monthly meeting on Fmday, ,,au. 5 in the home of Mrs, Viola Hi~km~n. Ten ~,,rnbers were pro:" .'?. The m was ca:lcd t:) ord- er by ~: ..... ~;qent. Mr~ Agnes Cowley. ".' !_~ : :Mute was given and or :;ang w:'=; sung. A round table discussion fo:lowed about several items inelud;ng no secret pal's gift should cost more than one dollar. The meeting was then turn*d over to the lesson leader. Mrs Gene G'''''-~. "-'~ showe,-' bqw tn make p'as:.ic f]owers. Sbo demon- strated b mak'n= a lovely Pansy which s:,a o"csenlgd to the he,t- ess. A lu :~":.eon was served to the following ladies: Agnes Cowley, Lodene Tay]:)r, Mrs Gladys New- port. Ida Taylor. Pearl Busch. Fern Rice. Gone C,,tbrie, Della Hickman and Ruth Courtright. LOCAL NEWS Vv'.D. Welch were Mr and Mrs Charlie Moser of Midwest City, ?,It and Mrs Jim Brandada and girls of Stillwater. Mrs Vicki Ry- lant and Mr and Mrs Doyle Hardy. Mrs Sabine Kifer and children of Oklahoma City were Tuesday guests of Mr and Mrs W.D. Welch. Sunday visitors of Mr and Mr~ John Ham of Austin, Texas wa~ a Friday evening supper guests of his sister and family, Mr and Mr~ Marion Jarvis. He was also a Sun- day visitor, Sunday guests in the home of ~r and Mrs Billy Ham of Still- water were Mrs Blanche Ham. Mr and Mrs Jimmy Ham and girls. Mr and Mrs Jerry Baker and Dan- ny and David McLemore, all of Stillwater; John Ham ~of Austin,. Texas; Mr and Mrs Herbert Ham of Oklahoma City; Bill LRtle and Mr and Mrs Marion Jarvis and ~,:'~i:y, a!l of Perkina. Good for the Whole .News Facts " Family Features % Ovbti~n ~:kmct M@ ~ne ~ St., ~ 1S, Mmu, ~w mw~l~" I~ I1== tim |nclo~d find ~1~ ~ I1 , , ~ I III , ~ J II i LN D (Published in the Perkins Journal January 11, 1962) Report of Condition of PAYNE COUNTY BANK Of Perkins. in the State of Oklahoms at the close of business on Dec. 30th, 1961 ASSETS Cash. balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection ............... United States Government obligations di- rect and guaranteed ................. Obligations of States and political sub- divisions ............................ Other bonds, notes, and debentures (in- cluding $25,000.00 securities of Fed- eral agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.S.) ............... Loans and discounts (including $2,712.84 overdrafts) ......................... TOTAL ASSETS ................... LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partner- ships, and corporations ............ Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ....... Deposits of United States Government (in- eluding postal savings) ........... ~eposits of States and political subdivisions Certified and officers' checks, etc .......... TOTAL DEPOSITS ......... $2,164,598.17 (a) Total demand deposits_ $1,325,203.12 (b) Total time and savings deposits ..... $839,395.05 TOTAL LIABILITIES .................. CAPITAL AOCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value .............................. $50,000.00 Surplus ................................... Undivided profits ........... TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................ MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabil- ities and for other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted and securit- ies sold with agreement to repurchase)___ $291,554.82 734,493.00 370.893.64 40,000.00 946,405,93 $2,383,346.49 1,212,283.21 822,179.08 8,750.07 104,643.77 16,742.04 2,164,598.17 $50,000.00 50,000.00 118,748.32 218,748.32 $2,383,346.49 I07,670.00 I, Galen C. Holslnger. Cashier, bf the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best ~f nty knowledge and belief. CO~ -- ATTEST: .Galen C. Holslnger ' D. ~. Butler, Director Nina Wllhite, Dlreotor Leon C. Freed, Director Stat~ of ~ County of .Payno,. m. (S~.L) Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of January, 1962, and I 1~ereby,eert!ly that I am not an officer or directqr of thts Len m E. Wmt, Notary ......... ~ ..... ~~ l~y' eommllmion explre~ Feb. 10, 1964,