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February 14, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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ii i! f r, 19 zHgThe OnlYPERKINsNewspaper In The State That Can BenefitjoURNALPerkins and Community ' i  5e Colby PERKINS PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. Thursday, February 14, 1957 No 21 Vol I- f ' NOTICE . ' , . -" i " ----- Z] rl Sixth Year For Drawing Will Be 1[mn00 H00sr Ahanf/[00-mn, o Perkins Ban n. L not be 10 and five 1 " vvmma00 t00at | ..... d. in Perkinsas had been previously $ $ :'|| [.T---|- In--'_] I "11 [il0000m Mnrp l00'estr00al100ear]ng 00hed00ed th00Sat.r00y.H0000. G00geS00ntw00ther00ip!ent 00tll }T0[K !mp/eyrrmay a  ;  v ,-, ,   , A . --,- Time is nearing for the Lions make his "monthly visit to Perk- of the $1o awar d at Saturaays By Bob Ewms sponsored Perkins 6th nnual ins next Saturday, February 23. drawing. Thirty-three members and four Band Festival, with Saturday, Emily Floyd, Leola Sadler, Mrs guests enjoyed all the delicious The Perkins Band Boosters clinic turne d out very successful Monday evening, and before the group of 40 band boosters and directors left, there was con- derable discussion as to where t would 'be held next 'ear. Perkins put their bi d in, as the location is good for the ones who Will attend in this area next fall. X X X Lions member cooks sure pulled a boner Monday evening when by some quirk of fate the dish rags got tangled in the hamburger raeat in the sandwiches of Hurley Blumer, captai of the winning membership drive team, and J. A. McLauchlln, Lion president. Captain of the losing team, Paul Evans and his co-workers who prepared the hamburger for the wJners, just couldn't apologize enough when the two Lions bit into their hamburgers and out came the dishrag. The blame finally went to E. L Mc- Carty, a member of the winning team who was helping fry ham- burgers for the losing members. Seems he was trying to wash dishes and fry hamburgers at the same time. X X X We know a former Perkins Joual editor who has been hold ing out on a little news item that People here would be happy to hear about. In reading the Talequah Times nanaged and edited by Glenn Eyler, we noted a news item where Mr and Mrs Glenn Eyler of the Times were expecting a guest, but was delayed by the weather. Actually, we had heard several weeks ago that Glenn was now married, but wanted to wait for confirmation before we made a note of it. Just goes to show, read your newspapers and you'll learn something every time. Congratulations, Glenn! X' X X SWeaking of the Tahlequah March 2, being the date for the event that is expected to draw 10 to 12 bands for the annual Marching contests, according to Frank Evansw Perkins ban d di- rector. Invitations were mailed to 12 bands and conf ,lrpmtions will be arriVing soon. Hiram Henry, conductor of Oklahoma A&M bands, and Stan- ley Green, head of the A&M woodwind department, will be guest conductors for this years massed band concert The schedule calls for the big marching contest on Perkins mainstreet at 1 p m. The hugd massed bands will perform at 7:00 p m. that evening in the community building This years aprangemeh wilt include a senior high and a junior high massed band. Six trophies will be awarded the marching bands, with three classes instead of the usual one. The bands will be graded classes A, B, and Junior High. The Perkins Band Boosters will 'serve the directors luncheon at noon of the big day in the highschool cafateria. The annual festival was start- ed in 1951 by Dick Powell in con= junction with the Lions club. The Lions have financed and helped promote the festival since its origin. Frank Evans, present Perkins director, has oorducted the festival the past three years Kenneth Redus Services Were Held Tuesday Funeral services for Kenneth E. Redus, 25, who was accident, al- ly electrocute d Wednesday, Feb- ruary 6 in an accident at Ben sonville, Ill., were held Tuesda at the Perkins Baptist church. The Rev H. I. Jones of 2Yyon of :ficiated with interment at the Perkins cemetery under the dir- ection of the Fairley Mortuary. times, we have several copys here I Kenneth Eldon Redus was born and friends of Glenn s should drop of i " ' . I in 1931 at Stroud, the son n and see them e wll go as e ov r I Mr and Mrs C gil Redus. He m - fTwtO say that/there are few] ed to Tryon with his parents spapers in thd state that will I where he attentled school and equal it in news coverage, neat- I graduated from Tryon high Hess ixt makeup, and well balanced I school. He also attened Okla- mplay advertmmg., Glen, be I aoma A&M College for a time, sure to enter y)ur paper in the / and was married to Miss Alma State Fair Newspaper contest-- / German at Wichita, Kansas, in beheve you have a blue ribbon r ' I 1953. He had been employed fo winner the Chicago Bridge and Iron x x x [ Cpmpany for the past 3% years. At last v Guy McClam, local n ' " I He was a member of the Perki s )ostmaster, no longer has to use t Masonic Lodge. the aid stamP, POUnd and elbow I Survivors are the wife, Mrs. grease method for postmarking t Alma Redus, tw ^ sons Chris El- i , u , etters. The Post offme depart- don and Max Lee" Hi arents merit sert an auwmatic cancel- I Mr and Mrs Cegil'RedA Perk hng machine to Perkins for use sis e ins, three tersl Miss Maybell here  Redus of Oklahoma City, Mrs. We will miss the old familiar Patsy Ann Stephens of Barties- pounding coming fore next door. Bet Ory wan't, though. x x x How many remember the bal- loon aocension in 1921. It took place behind Vassar Hardware on mainstreet. Tuck Bolls brought in a lCture of it which we will run soon. Tuck says the balloon came dowrz near the cemetery, lttd the poor balloonist was pick-' ing stinging nettles out for some tirae after. \\;Aooording to our information there was another bailoor accen- sion at Fuiwider Park either be- fore or after this one. The ballon- ist wasn as sucessful, as he died of multtple injuries. X X X Walt Peters was the one that brought in a picture of the cot- t load shown in last week's Journal. Wait will be seen L' a picture taken several years back i in the McDaniel Harness and. Carriage building before it brn- I ed and was rebuilt. I i X X X I We believe in giving credit where credit is due--but failed to trllle and Mrs Norman Jean McGee of Stillwater, one brother, Cegil Lee Redus and his grand- father, N. E. Redus, both of Perkins. an Mrs H L Vowel anf family, Cookie, Debbie an d Lind of Midwest City, Mr and Mr Jack Moser, Mr and Mrs Donal Moser and Patricia, of Tulst an d Mr  Mrs DeWayne Mose visited during the weekend ir the home of Mr and Mrs C . Moser. Pictures that were take of the family at Christmas wer shown at that time. At this writ ing Mr. Moser is quite ill. do so in a rewstory several week ago about the Corporation Com. minion decision on the Perkin railroad station. We failed to mention' the name of one of the towns biggertcarload receivers---the Perkins Lumber Company. Mrs Wirz has reall helped the situatiort here b schedulihg her orders where th Railroad here would receive bene- fit from it.  Juniors To Present Comedy Soon Did you ever try turning a psychology student loose to aria lyze her parents and neighbors. The Junior class will Friday, Feb- ruary 28 and March 1 on the local I highschool stage, with promises of laughs aplenty! "The Little Dog Laughed", a comedy i three acts, will test the talent of the local Junior class, when their acting will por- tray what happens when a local gophemore psychology, major analyzes her parents an d finds 1 them a bunch of "Psychological I knots." I She goes too far, however, when t she tries to analyze a group of I important ladles at their house I and loses their friendship. This i is to much for the family, so I they go into action and pull a i trick on her. The result Is enter- t tainment galore! [ Cast for the production in- cludes Betty Niles, Cegil Redus, Marilyn Youngker, Doyal Davis, IAnda Baker, Marie Darby, Curt-I is Flsher Karen Griffin, Rich-I ard Wells, Jimmy Thompson, t Judy Frtedemann, Phyllis Houst I on, Mary Lou Honeyman, Arm Holdeman, an d Pauline Spiva. Ray Harral, Ray Williams and Alvia Grimm were the $1 win-I ners, I i Not present for the $1 awards I were Ida Cowger, Floyd West, I i Rose Johnson, Mrs Allen Will- iams, Frankie Spillers, Jane Cakl- well and Clarence Cowger. This weeks awards will be $10 an d five $1 awards. FFA Places High At Guthrie Two Perkins FFA Meat Judg= ,ig teams headed by instructor. Paul Evans, participated with 20 other state teams in the Outh- rie meat judging contest Tuesday. Perkins judging teams won sec- ond and fifth place. The second place team included Walter Blackwell, Robert Burough, Walt er Griener, Gerald Edmondson, with Walter Blackwell second place individual, and was awarded a medal. The fifth place team from Per kins included John Casey, Gary Cundiff, Richard Nelson and George Wiilard. Bobby Spillars Juged as individual. hamburgers an d the trimmings that they could eat at the regular meeting of the Lions club at he Lions den Monday evening. The hamburgers, provided by the losing team in the club membership drive, were prepar- ed by E L McCarty and other members of the losing team which was led by Paul Evans. The program presented by Mr O. E. Cowley, was on 4H work and its purposes an d accomplish- ments. There were three short talks by three members of the local 4H clubs telling of their accomplishments and experieno ces in 4H work. Those taking part in the program besides Mr Cowley were Bill Harshrnan, Clara Harshmart and Loretta Walker. Mrs. A. L. Harshman, a sponsor of one of the clubs was present ,as a guest. Tentative plans were made to call a work night in the near future to construct a fence a- roun d the school yard to keep cars out and add to the safety of the children. Visiting Mrs Minnie Weems Sunday evening was Mrs Bessie Cole. THIS IS MCDANIELS HARDWARE Some- time betwee 1910 add 1914. prior to the fire of Augus 27 or 28th, 1914, th-.t wiped out half a block of Perkins malnstreet. McDaniels Hardware ,ud a lintel were two of the busines- ses destroyed. McDaniel built another Imildlng a short while later. S. F. "Sig*' McDamieis is shown here with Walt Peters, who helped him at that time. Mr. MeDaniel shipped harness to verr states including Missouri, California, Texas, Arkan- s. and over Oklahoma. He continued in the leather work and hardware business utll his death in June 1955. 6; I Perkins Demons came out on the long end of a hard fought battle with a good Ripley club Friday evening, but the Demone- ties lost a 36-18 decision to Rip- ley. Ripley got a quick 10.2 lead over the Demonettes at the end of the first quarter an d coasted on in for the victory. The score by quarters was 10-2, 19-7, 26-12 and 36-19 at the game's end. The girls were led in scoring by Jan- ice McLauchlin with 7 points. The Demons played very soun d ball in walloping Ripley 36 27. At the end of the first quarter the score was 6-4 in favor of Ripley and it looked like it wOUld be close all the way. Then Perkins cutioose with a 10 point barrage in the second quarter and took the lea d 14-9 by .halftime. In the third quarter the De- mons were at their best, scorirg 14 points and holding Ripley to only.3 and increasing their lead to 29-12. In, the last quarter the demons were outscored by Ripley 15-8, but had already built up a sufficient lead to take the game by a 36 27 score. High score for the Derons was Charles Gray who poured through 15 points. Ripley was led by Kautz with I0 points. Thursday, tonight, the Demons go to Oilton to engage in anoth- ed contest, then the following week they will play Ripley in the District tournament at Coyle. l00upt. McLauchlin F0r-- Meeting Superintendent of Perkins sc- hools J.A. McLauchitn, will leave Thursday (today) for At- lantic City, New Jersey, for the National Meeting of Amer- ican Association of School Ad- ministrators. Supt. McLauchtin is complet- tng his fourth year in Perkins  coming here in 1953 from Hydro, Oklahoma, where he was superin tendent of the schools there. McLaehli began his teach- ing and school administrative work following graduation, from Weather ford highschool and Southwestern State College where he received his A B and B S derees. His elementary and highschool work was at WeatiTer- ford, Willow, Liberty, an d Ce- ment. He has been superinten- dent 6 years and highschool prin- cipal seven years. The only time devoted to work other tln 23 years of public teaching and administration was three years at the Pueblo Ord- nance Depot as instructor , and one year at Oklahoma A&M.as half time instructor while work, ing on his lIasters degree. Next weeks National meeting will highlight' a long teaching career for the Perkins superiten dent. His father was once presi- dent of Central State teachers college, and continue d in. school work in Weatherford, Oklahoma, for 26 yeaxrs. ,, Mix Uu Basketball Open For All Just anyone--age II to 90--dust off the tennls shoes[ The Perkins senior class is spon soring their annual Mixup Basket ball tournament which will get underway Monday evening at the Community building. If you play basketball (or think you can) the entry fee for your atempts will be 25c. To make the game interestiJg, seniors have selecte d highschool students as referees. You can enter up to Fri- day by contacting any senior. Teams will be divided in two (Continue d on Back Page)