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February 22, 1962     The Perkins Journal
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PAQE 4 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA Thursday, February 22, 1962 " i !People, ....... Spo|!: ;.1 The News GOOD TURN is taken by the, c ~ r z ~( Lor- cyclists in perfect symmetry, almost "as one bike," at race in War- saw, Poland. FACE TO FACE with Christmas is this dial inspector at Bulova Watch Company's plant where production is being rushed 6n the 12 million watches Ameri- cans will buy as gifts this Chris. mJs CLOSE AS PAGES in a book is the harmony of these eight [ gals, because mey are all sisters, and in the center is vocalist Patti Page. It was a reunion at Las Vegas. East Side West Side all .............. C t A RO UN D the TO g N i:i - Ill J..:!~!~\~: ::~ 8y Mrs. Jennie Mrs John Inman and Kym Mrs Maude Markee Sunday .......... ":. ..... visited Mrs Maude Hanks Tuesday. evening, mrs Robbie Phillips had as her Mr and Mrs John Coppinger Dave and Opal Chesmore were Wednesday evening callers on Mr and Mrs John Inman. Mr and Mrs Morris Knipe and family of Oklahoma City were Sunday guests of Mr Knipe's par- ents, Mr and Mrs Dec Knipe. Mr and Mrs H.W. Inman, Larry and Sue spent Sunday afternoon visiting with their cousins, Mr and Mrs Sam Inman and family of Dewey. Others guests were Mr and Mrs Bob Inman and small son ~" TMsa. Mr and Mrs E.L. McCarty wer~ hosts at a dinner Saturday evening honoring Mr MeCarty's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Dale Me- Carry ar~a Darlene. recently of Greece. Others present were Mr and Mrs Warren McCarty of Broken Bow and Dannv Mccarty and Miss Shelby of Oklahoma City Mr and Mrs Warren mcCa ,. v.sited with the E.L. McCartys until Sunday. Sunday afternoon guests her nep- hew and family, Mr and Mrs John, Phillips and family of Guthrie. Mr and Mrs Edwin O. Davis were hosts at a dinner honoring their son, Jim, who has just re- cently returned from basic train- ing and will leave Thursday for Norfork. Va. Others there were Mr and Mrs Jake Pricer and five children, Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis and two children of Cush- ing, and Miss Lydia Davis and her finance and a girl friend of Miss Davis', all of Enid. Mrs Arvil Neal returned Sunday from Tulsa after spending five days with her daughter and hus- band. Mr ar, d Mrs Henry Dunlavy and three children. Mrs Dunlavy underwent major surgery Thurs- day. Mrs Dunlavy's sister-in-law, Mrs Mary Jane Wall and Allen went to Tulsa Sunday to stay and care for the children. .purchased the Eden Chapel par- sonage recently. Mr and Mrs Jewell Busch had a family of old friends as guests for the weekend. Mr and Mrs John Fo~et are moving to California. He will hold a sale this week. Mr and Mrs Andy Anderson spent Friday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Frank Busch. Sunday visitors at the Busch's were Mr and Mrs E.E. Gibson and Clifford and Opal Ingrain. Mrs Anderson spent a day last week with her parenits, Mr and Mrs J.W. Vaughn in Choctaw. Mrs Silvia Hilton is home after a long vacation in Wichita, Kan, with her children. Everyone is plowing gardens and making fences here. The out- look is favorable for good gardens again, this year. We are glad J.E. Chastine has recovered from an illness and is back home in Cushing. Glenda Mercer was a weekend guest of Carolyn Jo Butler at the Oklahoma City YWCA. Mr and Mrs H.F. Moor had as their weekend guests their son Ray Moor and three sons of Okla- homa City. Mr and Mrs Pete Etherldge and Mary Ann were Saturday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs H.F. ,Moor. Mr and Mrs John Nance .or Mound City announce the birth of a seven and a half pound boy born Sunday, Feb. 18. Maternal grand- mother is Mrs Bertha Nance and she is visiting with her son and wife, helping care for the new ar- rival. Mr and Mrs Bill Mote and Debra Ann were Sunday evening guests of Mr Mote's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Mote. Mrs Veda Wa, ils and daughter, Judy of Ft. Smith, Ark. visited S Some of the many Bargins at Mrs. Henry's Table of new 80 square prints, many colors to choose from, 3 yds. .... $I.00 [h'etty new slips, pajamas, half slips and panties. . SWEF TAKES Drawing Close out on broken sizes and Chapel . . patterns in mens Dress Oxfords. ,, Oo... ..r,,. Every Week .... at Del-Mar's Food Store We have oil cloth shelf covering and oil There were 40 attending church, |~ _ , ~ ' " Sunday. Don t Forget To Check Your Tickets! cloth to match--Spring house cleaning is trMrt:ndorml~anJseunPd?y,k ~eb?elt [ ~2-- -.'-- -- -- ' ............. 0 here. The Clayton club met at Mrs Opal Courtrights home Tuesday, Feb. 13. Those present were Mrs Alpha Burton, Mrs Wayne Burton, Mrs Donna Murlin, Mrs Dart Kin-. kadc and girls, Mr and Mrs Jack Nickles and Rev. and Mrs Van Nickles. Mr and Mrs John Inman visited in the Alva Murlin home one day last week. Mr Jasper MeKnlght, Mrs Or- val Burton Mrs [larry McI~n:ght and grandson and Mrs Joe Burton attended a funeral of a relative near Drumright Tuesday, Feb. 13. Sorry to hear that Mr g.w. Bur- ton has been ill in the Cushing hospital. He is better now. Mr and Mrs Johnnie Knight and family visited Mr and "Mrs Alva Murlin and family Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Griff Jones visited Mrs Edith Murlin Wednesday, Mrs Edith Murlin, Mrs Alva Murlin, Joan and Louise viszted Mr and Mrs Griff Jones Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs Joe Burton and girls visited Friday evening with Mr and Mrs Jack McKnight and family. Rev. Wesley White and Don Black called on Rev. Paul Caskey in Stillwater Sunday afternoon. Mr John Coppenger bought the ~)arsonage at Eden Chapel. Sorry to report Mr Frank Bur- ton is ill and in the hospital at S~lllwat~r. Hope he Is better ~ott. THEGOLDEN New Ginghams, prints, assorted colors and price s:-39c up to 98c per yard. Ladies Nylon hose with seams 2 pair ..... $1.00 Throw rugs, all new and nice sizes $3.49 New Spring millinery, shoes and bags --Come in and get your pick We Give United Trading Stamps "Best Place to Trade After All!"