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L-THE PERKINS IOURNAL, Thursday, March 27, 2003 )y Sherry Clemens tlr ournal Staff Writer o8 Years Ago. April 2,1915 Eight families left Ripley by -all car for Twin Falls, Idaho, o make their future home. The hmilies were Frank Huddleston, :rank Clmnpitt, Arthur Clampitt, ldarion Clampitt, L.P Annis, E.W. , (Janison, Cort Niccum and E.C. "liger, 46 people in all. A special ilfil car was set on a side track for hem and they busied themselves ] . ,ettmg ready to move. D.H, Lewis ! zook a picture of all of them with ' .he car in the background. They Eot their bedding, grub boxes and . |laskets in the car ready for the 3: I 7 train to take them to their new Elome. Their friends and neigh- : %ors of Ripley wish them good "ledth and prosperity in their new tlomes. Grandpa Ward of near Eden i ,,2hapel, walked four and a half  niles to Mehan Tuesday to take ihe train for Stillwater to visit his :iaughter, Mrs. Mae Albright a few tays betbre going to Leroy, KS Io visit old friends and neighbors. ; Jrandpa is past 82 years of age and quite spry for one of that age. 67 Years Ago, March 26. 1936 Pete Holiday limbered up the fire truck this morning. We have been very fortunate so far. Only one fire run made this year. We certainly were shocked Sunday to hear of the barn belong- ing to Warren Speer, burning to the ground. There was a good team of horses burned and about 70 bales of hay which Warren had bought only a tw days ago. We regret to hear that he carried no insurance. Boyd Sasser will be the super- intendent of Perkins' new sewer construction. Don Crabs and J.T. Recer will be work bosses. 50 Years Ago. April 9. 1953 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weems announce the marriage of their daughter Yvonne to Cpl. Paul Salsman, son of Mr. & Mrs. Byno Salsman onApril 17. Showing at the Perkins Lyric Theatre was "The Red Ball Express" with Jeff Chandler. Coming Tuesday and Wednesday is "Everything I Have Is Yours" with Dennis O'Keefe, Marge and Crower Champion. 40 Years Ago, March 28, 1963 In a closely-contested election race, Barbara Lee Freed edged Wendell Sadler for a seat on the "board of education 291-262. Mrs. Freed will be .serving her second term. When the polls opened at 2 p.m. there were "already 10 people waiting in line. Members of the Perkins High School 1962 football team were the guests when the Lions Club held their weekly meeting in the Lions Den. Coach Ditz Mcllvain introduced each of the boys and gave the positions and classifica- tion of each one. 30 Years Ago March 29. 1973 Last week theCoyle Post Office burned to the ground, water pres- sure was low, which hampered their Fire Department. The fire was started by children playing with matches. Mrs. Edna Chesney of Perkins was awarded the "'Teacher of the Year Award" at the Northern Okla- homa Educational Association district convention on the campus of Oklahoma State University. She has been teaching for 42 years. 30 of these have been at Perkins. 20 Years Ago, March 31, 1983 The Perkins Lions will conduct their 32 "J Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Perkins area youngsters Sunday afternoon at 2 in the park. Hundreds of Easter eggs will be in place for the children. District 33 Representative Tom Hall spoke to the Perkins Lions at their Monday meeting, and discussed some of the legislation that is now being processed at the state house. := Remember J : 13y Charles Wall contest for 4-H and FFA members. : i In 1953,severalcounty extension We students were to observe sev- ,lgents, ag teachers and cattlemen era] head of young cattle and mark yecame concerned about the poor on our judging card whether they i ,tuality of manyof the beef bulls were fancy, choice, ,good, corn-, ,[ iJsed with the beef cattlhezds of  merciai or Utifity grades. ; he state. They.decided to have a The 4-H winner of the contest ,gromotion to encourage farmers to b tart using better quality bulls. , They held a scrub bull contest .it the Okloma City stockyards. Parmers and ranchers could bring n bulls that they thought were of ixor quality. They had to agree trot their bulls would be sold on :he market. Each owner would , xceive the proceeds, of course. l'he owner of the worst bull of would receive free of charge, a .young high quality purebred bull .f the breed of his choice. I can't remember who won the contest for the worst bull, but it was quite a unique idea. In conjunction with the scrub bull contest, they had a cattle grading winner received an FFA jacket, which at that time cost $9.65. A boy from Perkins won the FFA division of the cattle grading contesL Paul Evans, Perkins agriculture teacher, took several students to the Senior Citizen news by Kathleen Johnson A wise man is mightier than a strong man. Wisdom is mightier than strength. Proverbs 24:5. Cead mile failte. Current Events: Music: Monday, 6:45-9 p.m. Come joins us, we have wonder- ful music, you'll like it. Third Friday of each month is Birthday Luncheon, April 18, 12 noon. Fourth Friday of each month is Mystery Dinner, March 28. We leave the center at 5 p.m. sharp. Our coordinator, R.L. Benedict & Ynona, his wife, have just come home from the hospital. We hope he will be able to take care of this task. We're very sorry R.L. is having problems, and wish him a speedy recovery. Our yearly board election was held after the birthday luncheon. Some new members, some old, a new president, congratulations to Bill Worthy, a very able and competent person. We are looking forward to his doing great things this coming year. : :# :# Happy Birthday! Geraldine (Deanie) Jacob, Justin Johnson, Wayne Allen, Glen Not- tingham, Patty Eades, Kaye Cain, Tucker Chaney, Allen Cain,Vick Netzger, Jeanie Smith, Kaylynn Patterson, Becky Sharp Lester, Annette Mills, Pauline Ball, Hank Moser, Pepper Henley, Megan Jones, Goob Sharp, Ellen Ferber, Rylyn Shatswell, John Barber, Helen Sue Brown, Elane Allen Bates, Michelle Baker, Bill Hall, David Westfall, Darlene Sexton, Betty Savory, Laura Bettis, Jeffrey Sales, Don Grotheer, Nola Shuckakosee, Dorothy Mutters, Jackie Brooks, Chris Miller, Sharon Sharp, Eulene Stubblefield, Jimmy Poteet, Jennifer Mefford, Francis Gray, Lisa Hunt, Susan Cundiff. HEY! That's quite a bunch. We wish you all a very merry & Happy Birthday. Wheeeeee! Well, Deanie & Larry are pre- paring to start their house. The place they plan to build it has the chicken pen on it. Ally & Kelby's chickens came to a sad demise. The coyotes dug under the pen and had them for breakfast. This was some time ago. To start with Ally had chickens when she was very small. They lived out near Lost Creek, they moved into Per- kins so Kelby took Ally's chick- ens, along with the pen. Kelby had a friend who gave her some baby chicks. After their gradua- tion from the bathtub they were moved into the pen also - after the Coyote incident. They don't have any use for Ally's pen. Ron moved it home (since they are the country again). And Carson will probably be in the chicken busi- ness, Madison & Ally too. That's the way it is with cousins. I think it's really neat! It's Spring time, and time for baby chicks. Gerald & I have been having a bout with allergies and bronchitis. Gerald has his pretty well licked, mine is hanging on. Consequently we've missed two Mondays of music, we hate that. Don't forget us, we'll be back. *** Children need models more' than critics. My mother used to fix a dish I would like to share with you. Ingredient amounts depends on the number of people being served. Boil 2-4 eggs per 2 people, peel and slice in rounds. SAUCE: This will cup, for a large amount it to be enlarged. 1 cup cold milk, 1 oleo, 1/4 tsp. salt, 1/8 tsp. In saucepan, gradually oleo, salt and pepper. boil over medium heat, minute, 1 carefully Use over toast for a noodles for lunch. Optional l dons: cheese, paprika, Or if using flour, melt (or butter) in saucepan, flour, 1 tsp. salt (don't much salt, if on low 2 cups milk, until thickened. (Add a amount of sugar, this.) I use this for scallopedl toes. After sauc 6 cups partially done potatoes. Stir in buttered casserole, tablespoon melted oleo and bake at 350 for 35 Onions or ham may be This can also he used roni and cheese. Enjoy! Well! Whatcha think? Hi! love you, think of you Till we meet pour pren dre conge, I Peace & Love. ROD GORDON HOME Roofing Home Repair & Remodeling Decks - 20 Years Experience Insured Privacy Fencing Rod Perkins, Seniors - On a fixed income? I will figure out how to fix it!l received a 4-H jacket and the FFA grading contest. The Perkins-Tryon Ag Booster Club would like to thank the following buyers at the 2003 Payne Co. Premium -Sale for their great support of the Perkins-Tryon 4H & FFA Youth Program. LL HOTLINE 547.2942 Next Day Service We'll Have it Ready When You Arrive! 1. Call ahead 547-2942 --1 Day & Advance, Please 2. Leave: ,/Your Name " Prescription Name ,/Daytime Phone Number 3. Pick up your refill the next day! Order Refills Online, Too! www.perkinsdrug.com Payne Co. Bank Heritage Const. Perkins Whistle Stop Goobel Darrell Cim. Tr Limestone An, Hall's Comer Perkins Drug Chandler L Rains & Son Graham's Dairy Jim & Jo Hyder Frank's Diesel Service Cimarron Valley Co-op Gordon White, Sr. G&W Welding Stillwater Milling Co. Ralph's Packing Co. Max Katz Jalopy's Wendell Sadler Perkins Lions Club Store inic Jack Rosson Cimarron Storage E. Alan Smith Perkins Chamber The Sasser Co. Perkins Tag Agency Sasser Appraisal Service THANK YOUI