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II I I I II I II WSCS Mets MondBv t wscs met at a re{ Mehan meeting at the church Monday I evening and honored Mrs. Har= | Mrs. O. Cart riet Me, bee with a pink and I blue shower, The games and I Mehan Farm Women's club room decoration were nicely / met January 11 for an afternoon planned. / meeting in the home of Mrs. Mrs. John Summers broUght I Fred AxteU with four members the study review on "youth in/ present. In the absence of Mrs. a Responsible society.' At the Elmer Reeves, Mrs Pauline Me- close of the timely review, Mrs. Guire was secretary. The devo- Summers turned the study into a rtmd-table discussion that entered into the very core of the :heart. As John Wesley said, "We all went away having a heart warming experience". Mrs Mc- hee accompanied at the piano for the theme song, "What a :Friend We have in Jesus." The dedicatory prayer was led by Mrs. Juantta Jones Refresh- merits of angel food cake, hot spiced tea and mints were serv- ed to Mesdames W. F. Darby, tionals were given by Mrs. EVa l Axtell. Eva Axtell d MAsls Jeffie Thompson gave a very interesting lesson on "Family records." Mrs. Pauline McOuire read the pro= gram for the next meeting. The meeting closed and will meet in the home of Mary Carr Febr- Uary 8. Mr and Irs. Lloyd Ross left Sunday for Florida for a vaca- tion. Mrrs Ruby McLaughlin and Russell Westfall, Earnest West- lrs. Jane Baker were Perkins Iall: J. W. Rentfrow, John Sum- t visitors Saturday. reefs, Walt Martin, Glenn ar- I Mrs Elmer Reeves has been son, Nell Ruther, Juanlta Jones, I sick and under the doctors care. C. J. Butler, Dale Holhrook, Rus- Mrs ar.e Fiel:l visited one sell McOhee, Jeff Savage, Bill day this week w!.th Mrs. John Fisher, Elmo Barnes, W. N. Bak- I Bunny of Stillwater. er Francis Markee O W Smith I Mrs Bess Brown of Drumright ' " ' visited her mother Mrs. William and Arlle Ross. Sum>ter and sister, Mrs. Grace - Hughey Saturday. JANUARY CLEARANCE Ready To Wear Prices For Clearance Reduced VLIT P,KINS AND OKLAHOMA IN '57youql enjoy it tort cemetery. He is sttrviwed by his wife, one son, his parents, Route 4, Stillwater, a sister, Gala Cren- shaw of Stillwate, three bro- tJhers, Cayton of Washington, John, Pleasantview, Calif., and Mrs Chaxley Axtell and Mrs. Boyles of Ripley called on Mrs. I O Carr Wednesday, Jerry and Rickey Baker of Diamond Valley visited their brother, Mr. and Mrs Bob Baker Chuckle and Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pock and their daughter (3aly Crenshaw returned home Monday from Pendleton, Oregon where they attended the funeral of their son and brother, Woodrow. Woodrow Pock was born o_n the farm and went to Sooner Val- let school and theft graduated from Ripley highschool. He went west in the early thirties and worked in the gold mine north of ]Boise, Zdlo. Then to Rich- land, Washington and worked t Hanford where they were mak- and sons, Mr. and Mrs Burl Bliss and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allison, Marie White, Roy Listerman and his mother, Mrs. Jane IAsterman. Mr. and Mrs. D. O West can Glen of Pendieton. Elm Grove Mrs. D. O. West Those who called in the home of Mr. and Mrs D. O. West] last week were Mr. and Mrs. i LaVerne Bostian and Rebecca ! Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Notting- ham, Mr and Mrs. Bob Heister led in the Flynn Edwards home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Floy Dean spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Tipton and found her busy quilting a quilt for Mrs. Otto Ramsey of Stillwater. The Lend-A-Hand club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R F. Edwards. With the excep- tion ()f two all members were present. The new president Mrs. I fine after his operation last Wed Melvin Human presided over the nesday. I II IIl meeting. A guest, Mrs. Schweik- hard's sister of New Mexico was present. The next meeting will be Feb- ruary 14 with Mrs. Lawrence Smith The January social will be January 26 in the Sam Lee home Mr. and Mrs Bob Sissons and at Clayton Saturday night and family of Tulsa atended the dance visited Sunay in the Burl Polling, home. Emery Walters returne to his home Sunday afternoon feeling THE PERKINS JOURNAL I Eddie Miller of Midland, Tex- as spent the weekend with Charles Fulton. Eddie has en i rolled in Tulsa Tech school for i the coming semester. He was lookin for an apartnent so that his wife may join him this weekend. Eddie was head man ager of eight theatres in Mid- I x land, Texas. I mma Si Denton Tradin Center WE BUY SELL & TRADE 601 Lowry Ph. 2531 S tillw,ter WEEK-ENO 1.3 to 1.2 Cello.Pack Carrots  Yellow Onions Jllll  [I Special Group Dressy Dresses Values to $29.95 $10 Table Sweaters, Blouse Bras, etc. Values to $4.95 $1 PD'TON I00LA00FSON STILLWATEI OKLALIOMA i i I II ing the H-Bomb. Later he bought a filling ttion and was called into the erviee. When the war was over he caxn back solct out his stat- ion and took his family to Oregon where they were build- ing a large darn across the Col- mbia river. He owned and op- eratel a dragline and worked with a contractor until the dam was conleCed. Their son then eighteen enlisted in the reserv- es. Woodrow sold his belongings then he and his wife drdove a car through to Alaska. They both got work. He operated a big crane unloading vessels and barges that came in to Anchor- age with hearty machinery and other supplies. After several years of work there he got hur and was in the Veterans hospital for a long time. The last letter lcetved from him said he was feeling better and thought he would be back to work again soon. The next message was of his death. They returned him to Pendleton. Oregon where his brother. Glenn lived. 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