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rile PERKINS JOURNAL School GIDE TALK O. E. Cowley I noticed everyone had an devoted to watching film strips of well known stories. We are orry to lose Gary Madison who moved to Arkansas City during the Christmas holi- day. Oar room ordered $34.14 extra big smile for me when I worth of librray books last week. collected lunch money Monday. These are to be added to our When I got around I looked library in our room. in a mirror and found I had e. purple nose. These ball point oen are sometimes messy. If you are in doubt about a name for your next child here axe some popular names. We have about 395 in the grades, Junior and senior high school Elmer Sise accompanied his ranch parents on a trip to Kan- sins and was gone three days. He told us about, his trip. We have some very nice pict- ures in paper sculping made in axt class last week. of this number we have 19 Ro- Mr and Mrs. Russell Dicks bert, Bobs and Bobbies. There of Missouri visited relatives here are 13 Bills and Billies, five of several days last week She visit- which are in one grade; 13 Jims ed her fahter, Bert Chase and and Jimmies; 8 Larries. 7 Johns step sister. and 5 Mikes. The most popular name for girls is Linda, 4 of the Rebekah Lodge Installs officers 13 are in the first grade. There New officers of Perkins Rebe- VISIT PERKINS AND OOM  '57--youql enjoy it Thursday, January 17, -Texas . Red Oranges 5 BaLgb 25c IPotatoes 10 Delicious Apples 2 25 G01den Ripe ------ Bananas Lb. l Oc[JCarrots 1 Calif0rnia Lettuce 00u.d 13 Head are I1 Patricias and Pats, 7 kahlodg e number 30 were in- Libby'sFresh Peas or Corn 2 35 Judys and 3 Joyees. 10 Oz ,italed m a clod ceremony, lngClaraHarshnlancalledameet'of the Junior 4H club to Thursday evening January 10, Frozen Pkg prepare them for the regular at the IOOF Hall in erkins. Eighteen members were pre- - meeting on the 4th Tvesday in sent to participate in the acre- Supreme's Chocolate Fudge  Fancy Blue Lake Cut Green January. monies. This week ends the first se- Acting.as the installing officers mester. Report cards will go out, * Lb 303 next Wednesday. MaryWere RUbYFulton.Albright. D.D.Dep Warden: AgnesPres'; Cookies Pkg 43cn Beans Can 1 Miss Dunlavy's birthday part- Sasser. Dep. Marshall: winnie y was a big success. She was sur- Mr, ar ' Dell. Chaplain; t-Iaze]. prised by the teachers havlng a Walker:Dep SecretazT; Goldie Strawberry p reception in the first grade room. I.my, Dep. Treasurer; Ver -- -- - 20 0Z   ! Her children gave her a party in Jnes'Inside Guard andGayle andCherry reserves the room. Presents included jew- Sager, Musician elry, clock and clothing. Excite- Elective officers for the en- as 00gxmot00,rm Third Grade are Iibbie Franklin. Noble Grand; Grace Ausmus, Vice We have started studying Grand; Gertrude Savage, Sec- geography. Everyone seems to retary; and Pearl Stumbo, Trea- Hood -- l| Each Bag Bag .lilt II  enjoy it and looks forwerd to surer.  .... .: W   studying more" This Year we Appointive officers are War_  =====' __ " other warts of the country help dlen, Agnes Sasser; conductor, end Will learn how people in hralry Fulton; chaptain, Ethel J I] rare study about the United Frame; inside guard, Delphi us. Now we are reading abou Jamison: outside guard, George Crlsco 3 C b 94c00 Lard 4Lb 75 lockpm-, Mass. We Stewart, right and left supports ,that most of the people there to Noble Grand. Hazel Walker an Pail earn their living by fishing, and GOldie Lacy: right and left - - ' of the fish we buy come supports to vice grand, Anna from there. Plcketts and Jane Oearheart Fresh .  Doz  f% We axe fixing a scene in our fight and left chaplain supports. sandbox of Rockport. We need- Nora Fulton, Winnie Moser ed a good picture of a light- right and left supports to past house, j. D. Coe brought us a grand, Vera Jones and Maude beautiful picture of the sea Cruse, musician, Dora Mercer. shore with a lighthouse in it. Evelyn Cruse was installed as Cream Style White or Yellow #' n 303   :| t.orn Iris mother painted the picture, the Jr. past grand and was pre- In science we studied about sented with a beautiful gold ans nets. John Rtngwald brou- pin by the lodge deputy, Ruby mmm=mm-, gh$ us aeveraJ magnet wh Albright. Nabisco' Crackers 31 Which to experiment. It was in- UPOn ag e S 1 Lb teresttng to learn what things and officers for their womier- a magnet would attract. Mary rule o operation during her term raham Box ( Ann Evans brough her Magic the outgoing Noble Grand in re- Mary paper doll. The doll has turn. gave each one a "little - ' ' ' , a magnet and the dresse6 have Rebekah" crge v lly Apricots a ,lee of steel in them and Refreshments  oed d o n a e 2 Size the clothes stick n. the doll. wiches, ctries and coffee were it  fun playing with this ,served. magnet Libby Franklin named Evelyn ] .... Laa.t Week  celebrated sev-Cruse as lodge reporter. [ cain Insta  i eral birthdays, Mary Ann Evans i  had a birthda), Tuesday and Forest Va/lley HD Club tts [ S nt Bruce Griffin celebrated hls Coffee 20z 53c"Milnot 3 Tall Wednesday. Mrs. Griffin served The Foat Valley Home Dem-[ delicious cakes,, Each cake was onstration club met Friday, Jan- I -- decorated with a life saver and uary II in the home of Mrs. Fred l,_ Jar Cans teacher with a birthday party to order by the president. Mrs. . " ,,.., , Friday.'We served ice Jack Moserwithnine members Ground Beef Lb cookies and candy. We gave her answering roll call. , beautiful black blouse, some Those present were Mrs. Fred white rring and perfume. She Cochran, Mrs. Rich TAliott, Mrs. really enjoyed and appreciated Poy Fagn, Mrs. S. Fagun, Mrs. .thera. ClydeMatheson, Mrs. Jack . ,  Brisket0r " , There were22fromourroom er. Mrs. ZennethSelso-.Mrs. lSte w Meat Sh0rtRibs Lb in Sunday school this past Sun George Saint and three visitors, day. Mrs Jackson and Mrs. Lebada of Steak . " Lb Fifth Grade Thompson, It is hard to realize school is Miss Thompson gave an in- half over. However by the, time terestlng lesson on family re- our tests axe over this week we cord. She stressed how and will believe it. where to keep them The club emmester tests this week. Lb 45d We checked out 51 books from clttb voted to continue working K.C. Brand the tillwater Public library this on the Improvement of the corn- month Many of the children are murdty building. The 1956 pro- /reading them. Ject was buying the paint and The girls who are mens of painting the building and with ,  , . the 4H club attended a meeting the help of the husbends it was ,in Stillwater last week. coleted. In band class, several in our The, meeting was adjourned room won over the individual after which refresllmen wet8 Del Mar Food Store he ehalged, served by the hostess. Earl Wet.fall accompanied Ne meein$ will be Feb- his lren on a trip to Baxt- ruary 8 in the home of M. 1 lesville Where they visited at George Saint. the home of his sister. The Art period, Friday was Mrs. Ivy Elder's daughter and ._ family of Oklahoma City visited Phone 55 203 N, lY/ain EXPERT PICTURE her Sunday. In the afternoor FRAMING tey visited W. C. Elder of Still- WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM AND EGGS & Pecans  t SltIO[|. and Mrs. Jaz.k Moser and /'eliOT0 CIArT . "o . w. o, , . PricEfftlv Frkly madSturday, Jnuary 18 and,9,195, = Mr and 12s. Donald Moser and Patricia in Tulsa Sun- .... " "  - :; ...... day.