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March 7, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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i Wall andKirby ........ ! Honored At Dinner " VISIT PERKINS AND OI,AHOMA IN '57--youl enjoy l? ....... f Eggs don of Oklahoma City and RaY '! Fresh and Mrs Marvin Polson and faro-/:2 ily of Stillwater. Country Mrs Margie Inondson, Craig and Sharon, called on Mrs F D Moore in Perkins Saturday. : ....   Thur 2 Charles Wall and Jim Kirby, Perkins Seniors at Oklahoma A &M College, were recogrdzed Monday, February 18, during a Dean's Dinner" for their achier ement as being chosen a member of the livestock judging team for Wall, and a member of the Field crops judging team for Kirby. The dinner orginated by the late dean of Agriculture at A&M, Dr. W L Blizzard, is held annual- ly in honor of those students comprising the state's land-grarrt university jurging squads. Wall is maJorin in animal husbandry, and Kirby ir Field crops. Paul Salsmn's have New Son Mr andd Mrs Paul D. Salsman of Brighton, Colorado, announce' the birth of a son, March 3. The baby weighed seven pounds and ten ounces. He has been named Patl Dickson. Maternal grand- parents are Mr and Mrs Paul Weems and Paternal grandpar- ent is Mrs Etta Saisman. Mary Williams Services Held Funeral services for Mrs. Mary E. Hubbard Williams, former Perkins resident, who died Feb- mary 1, in Hawaii, were held February 10, in Ruston La. She was born at Leon, Iowa, Dec. 30, 1881. She came to Okla- homa with her parents in 1902, end settled in Perkins. She at- tended Normal school in OLD Central at Oklahoma A&M. She taught school several years in PaYne county. She was a mere- bed of tl Methodist church and the Order of the Eastern Star at ShreVeport. La. Mrs Williams had made her home in Hawaii for the past year With her daughter and son-in- law, Lt. Col. and Mrs W E Bull and also surviving are her hus- band, John A. Williams, two sisters, Mrs G1ayds McClain, Shreveport, and Mrs E. R. Hart. Perkins, and one brother, H D Hubbard of Shreveport. Lost Creek Mrs. Roy E. Trent Mr Clyde Ramsey and Jim Brown called at the O K Edmond Bon home Thursday morning. Mr and Mrs Chas. Kinzie and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kinzie epent last Wednesday in Okla- homa City, The Raymond Klnz- ies visited M Klnzies brother, who is in te. hospital having une surgery on Tuesday. Chas. Kinzies were dinner guests of .Mrs Kinzles' aunt, Mrs F F Jones. Ricky and Dvid Kinzie tayed with Mrs Lester Judge while their parents were in the City. r and Mrs Frank Kirby and Mr and Mrs Harold Hollinswortl returned home Friday after visit- ing Mr and Mrs Tom Kirby in Dayton, Ohio. They also visited Mrs Kirby's sister in Chicago. Also, one of her sisters, Mrs Owen Walters of Iola. Kan., then stop- peal at Chanute, Kansas, and call .ed on Mrs Tom Kirby's parents. While in Ohio, they visited The Otterbein Home at Lebanon. Wednesday supper guests of the Roy Trents were Mrs. Chs Reno and  mother-in-law, Mrs Re- no, of Pomona. Calif., and Mrs Williams, of Baltimore, Mary- land. They were enroute to Vlrg- lrda, where Mrs Chas Rang will Join her husband, who is stat- ioned there in the navy. Mrs Rang is a granddaughtar of the Trents. Mr and Mrs Rex Edmondso and son, and Paty Murphy and daughter of Clearwater, ., Iet the weekend With their parauts, tl-le LloYd Edmondn, The Tony Huff and Pa Ram.- sexy fal]J had dnner Stm- ltay at the Community Building in Stlllwater, for Homer Huff, Who leaves for service March th Mrs Lorrayne West and Mrs Claus. Klrmle helped in the com- munity Building in Perkins, Sat- urday, where dinner was served to all bend members attending the Band Festival. Mr and Mrs D H. Young an(t family of Ponoa City, spent the weekend visiting her mother, Mrs Lela Edmondson, and his parents, Mr and Mrs Cm'l Young. , Friday supper guests of, the ly Tren were Rev.Holland B. Mr and Mrs Chas. KAnzie, Jr., of Arkansas ,City, spent Saturday night With his parents. Glena Caldwell, Judy and Gerald Edmondson, spent part of Saturday at the Lloyd Ed- mondson home. A fellowship dinner was enjoyed at the parsonage Sunday by Mr and Mrs O G Rains and Orvalin, and Mrs John Show, Mrs Leon King, Mrs Reddout and Mrs Wallace, all of Stillwater. and Karen Griffin of Perkins. Mrs Ed Knight, Mrs Jennie Ter ril, Mrs Lela Edmondson and Miss M_aldle Sharp visited Mr. E Gates of Rlley Monday afternoon. Mehan Mrs. O. Cart Mrs George Teitz and son visit- ed Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Leo Field and family. Miss Marilyn Gray visited [Cabbage Golden IFresh .. Ruby Red Libby's Fresh Frozen For Russet ]0 Lb Lb. 5 Potatoes Bananas Pound Ears For Grapefruit 5 For 2 Sliced Peaches 2 ]kZ4 Red (While they last) 29 IPotatoes 5BaL: $1. Thursday evening with bar uncle [ Peanut 1 Mr and Mrs Bob Baker and sons Pure Chuckle and Barry. 2 63c Lard visitor Thursday. Mrs Edith Davis called on her Jar aunt, Mr and Mrs O Carr Mon- day Mrs Margie Field and son Thoren, called on Mrs Jane Baker Thursday. Mr Bud Ford plowed garrison, in Mehan several days this week. Pauline McGire called on Mr and Mrs O Carr Thurs- day. Mr and Mrs Leroy Blair are moving back to Sttllwater after living in Oklahoma City for sev- eral months. Item More (From Pace 1) new equipment in businesses, is looking good. Howard Warren is practically redoing his store with new shelv- ing, freezer displays, rearrartge- ment of equipment and displays and other improvements. Melvin Sager is row sporting a complete new working unit in his cleaning shop. This includes a new clothes pre, all new olenin equipment, and he is now set up o handle over twice the amount of cleaning, which will enable him to spend more time on finishing work. Delmar Nlles has been im- proving his grocery and market and has added new equipment that includes temperature con- trolled vegetable units and an additional frozen foods display Lb Pail Del-Mar's FI 10 b Best our , Bag Supreme's  l t, JI  L_  Pecan Sandies |ttttlla:t " /_L 15 Choc. Chip VktJ&O Pkg --K- @  H00-Note 00Rus '" ' Cans f#' [ r  _ _ .,] 9 1 Lb 1 luna /- For 0000C"L00Og r ooa Cans Z:. LO SLandered Tomatoes 2 25 Brand Cans - IN 1   Shced 2   h Whole Green Nabisco Ritz Beans Cream clCrackers 303 lle Lb : , C ' an " ox r  " mmmmmimmmmmmmmmm g Corn 2 2500" 303 o Cans unit. All of these improvements have Style been done for your convenience,   Maxwell Instant and help to make Perkins a better tt hopping center for folks in this y Coffee Lb 95dCoffee $1300 We journeyed o our neighbor te town to the south Monday, for @ theWellstonIAonsmeeting. As K.C Bacon ' Lb. 47) USLal, in small towns, there was V, plenty to eat, good entertain- :t merit and the best bunch of t pele t be found.  GerdesWeton News editr Ben]!Ri binvlted us down. as Ben Steaks' Lb, ' Blackstock, oklahoma Press As- av slation manager gave a talk in on the role a news plays a small community. The OPA r manager pointed out that 15 e - l..o.  Ut in the Pt five Ye-- t V / llb PIIP J because the coramunity furled to . the n. er one of th Chuck ,, ge&tes services, advertistlrtg. The " ' community pa@er is important  in these tOW'n. Just ask oe that i doesn't have their pper. It took the town of Dewey, Oklahoma I. 13 years to get another peper i after they lost theirs in 1944. Mrs Jennie Busch kept saying that her name for" the weekly drawing must have been lost as it hadn't been called for so long. Sure enoch, she missed a Satur- day. and her na.e was called. You better get back here on Saturdays, Mrs Busch. Mr Woodson was anOther name we were beinning to worry about. Sure enough, after about.,a year, name came out of the can. Just goes to show, you don't London"of Pasadena, Calif., his-want to ever ziss the drawing. Del-Mar Food Store Phone 55 " WE PAY CAvil FOR 2REAM AND EGGS Prices Effective Friday and murd',. 8&9, 19 203 N, Main & Pecans