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-- THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, March 8, 2001-9 Images from the past... Photos of the Perkins community provided Historical Museum. by David Sasser, Perkins Historical Society and Perkins d Staff Writer I has brought his new wife to Forest Valley and domiciled in their home ready to receive friends. LW. Holbrook is erecting a store building between his drug Morelands hardware store. The new building when com- will be occupied by C.C. Layman's feed store. -" Glen Jarvis fell from aload of hay and was run over by the but fortunately, was not badly hurt. McCaslin, who lived seven miles southwest of Perkins, tck by lightning and killed instantly Wednesday afternoon o'clock. He and his wife were driving along the road lightning stuck, killing him, dazing his wife, and left the lying in the road dazed, where they remained for sometime. was a young man about twenty-three years old. The was held at Olivet. Cooper, who during the past year has been on the police Yale, was at his home here several days this week. Warren ancing his candidacy subject to the primary on the republi- for sheriff of Payne County. He has served as an officer y in Payne County during the past 20 years, and the most widely know in this section, at least by the as a livewire officer. I Remember by Charles Wall This is what I remember about feeding small calves, two months old and less. My sister Carol and I each had a calf, and we fed them milk out of a bucket. The calf's instinct is to suck on something so you have to put your fingers in his mouth and get him to put his head down in the bucket to train him to suck your fingers and then eventually drink out of the bucket on his own. In the 1950's the nipple bucket came on the market and this made it easier to train them.. Then in the 1970's, individual calf bottles came on the market. The bottles are plastic and hold two quarts and have a nipple. A metal holder is designed to hang the bottle on a fence, and the calf can drink from the nipple. Whole milk or skim milk can be used to feed the calf. Also, dried milk and other ingredients in the form of calf milk replacer can be purchased and mixed with warm water. It is believed that women do a better job of raising calves be- cause they have a stronger care- giver instinct. In recent years some in my family have started calves on the bottle, and then train them to drink from a bucket. Some- times if the calves are healthy and doing well, we put four or Perkins Volunteer Fire Department, May 1950. Front row ( L to R ): Grady Gardener, Bill Fisher, Roy Crabs, (unknown), Marion Jarvis. Back row ( L to R ): Paul H. Evans, Elmo Barnes, (unknown), Glen D. Martin, (unknown), Jeff Savage, Elmer Judge, John Snyder, Dale Holbrook, Elwood Hubbard, (unknown), Jack Moser. Photo courtesy of Rick Jarvis. five in a pen, and let them drink the bottom of the barrel. You from a trough. It reminds us of pour the milk into the barrel and feeding pigs in a trough and the the calves, after training, will calves do have an appetite like suck on the nipples and draw the pigs. milk up. The calves need to be Another method was invented in good health and drink at simi- in New Zealand in recent years, lar speed, because a slow calf My son Robert did this. He took won't get his share. a plastic 30 gallon barrel and Occasionally there will be a drilled 12 holes halfway up the calf which simply does not like barrel. He purchased 12 special milk and you have to use a nipples and installed them in the drench tube down his throat and holes. A small plastic tube at- feed him that way. He appar- taches to each nipple inside the ently wants to do it in the diffi- barrel and hangs in the mile in cult way! e i Krater has the whooping cough, and Clinton Churchill the flu and serious complications. seriously ill from blood poisoning caused by run- knife through his wrist while trimming a horse's hoof. from Jack Vassar in Arsenal, AR, tells us he is a Corporal COmpany is manufacturing a new article for use of cattle- a modem Rubbing Post. Gray will open Joyce's Gift and Novelty shop in the of the Busy Bee Laundry. ;ity hall wasn't on fire last Thursday evening. The local fire- three charcoal broilers, 16 cooks and a dozen bags of but the outfit put on a pretty good hamburger fry. ins High School band placed third in'concert competi- sts. a new face is the building housing Neal's Shoe and ee Laundry. The new paint job is a pleasant improvement. IWay 33 association has been organized to obtain improve- state highway 33. Reserve Grand Champion with his steer in State Show At Oklahoma City. It was a heavy Hereford steer of the 500 entered in show. Church is sponsoring a chicken and noodle supper evening. The price is 85 cents a plate, including pie of Perkins was awarded a plaque for "Student of the at the recent DECA state leadership conference in Okla- .City. had a champion Duroc at the Fat Stock Show in Chris and his brother Terry took several championships. Couple have been named as directors of the Stillwater oundation. They are Jack Vassar, owner of Vassar Co., and his wife Pat Vassar, who is president of xiliary. party-line customers in and around Perkins will be re- Single-line phone service as a result of an upgrade pro- by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. FOR Keep our city a small town with good government & effective leadership VOTE: APRIL 3, 2001 I~kl ~ by Mel Miller for Mayor Committee, R.t. Benedlot, Treaetwef, 10 0 .~-_-:-;~;--, Tmn, Perki~, OK 74061 Forest Valley students' names sought One of our readers would like help in identifying the students in this 1915 Forest Valley Sehool photo. Mary Lou Parker said she received the picure from Jim Schatz of ~tillwater. She said that five of the Shatz children are in the photo, and wonders if anyone recognizes anyone else in the group. If you can help to identify them, please write to Mary Lou Parker, 4525 Ray Road, Linden, Michigan 48451-9401; or call 1.810.735-5730. On North Main Street Perkins Small but Intimate Shopping Experience CANDLES GIFTS (405) 547-1575 Monday-Friday 10-6 320 N. 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