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March 29, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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12 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, March 29, 1973 Donna Murlin There were 22 attending church Sunday. A group from Eden Chapel attended Sunday evening ser- vices at Rev. Van Nickels Church, the United Methodist Church in Agra. Sunday even- Church in Agra. Those at- tending were Lucel Etheridge, Dan Albright, Loralne Wink- ler, Iva Shaw, Renna Burton,~ Donna Murlln. Rev. Charles Holand of Per- kins visited Mr. and Mrs. Al- va Murlin Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Griff Jones)s granddaughter Peggy and Eric from California spent Thurs- day night and Friday with them and also visited other relativ- es. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Inman Saturday were Lloyd Fite and Walter Battles of Still- water. Mrs. Lee Chesmore of Twin Lake, Mich., is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Inman and Mr. Dave Ches- more and Opal. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Court- right and girls visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton Saturday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Inman of Depew visited his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Inman, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John McKnight a~ld girls visited Mrs. Joe Bur- ton, Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Nelson made a trip to Ross, Ohio to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson and Jessie and Rainy. While there they took Jessie and Rainy to Ann Arbor, Mich. to visit Judy Warner. They reported a good trip. Miss Ramonda Suiliss spent Thursday night and Friday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin. PREDICTED... more people with more spendable income, more and better homes, more industry, more jobs, more b u s i n e s s, more parks, more recreational facilities. REQUIRED... long-range planning, ini- tiative, hard work -- and a ready, dependable, low- cost supply of electric power to meet the needs of a prosperous economy. PREPARED... your local electric coopera- rive. We care about the future -- and we'll be ready to provide electric power, .manpower and ideas to help make future brighter. O-OPERATIVE D. J. "Duke" Cooper, Mgr., Stillwater, Oklahoma el to serve Board Mr. Lawrence M. Ham, tRotlte 3, Stlllwater, Oklahoma l~ been elected to serve a three year term on the Board of Dif ectors of the Payne County Co~" servation District, accordingt0 Leonard A. Solomon, Executi# Director of the Oklahoma Con" ser vation Commission. The Payne County vation District is the local of government responsible the conservation, and development of the able to natural resources. sistance from the available to individual owners, groups, cities or in preventing pollution, lmprOV* ing wildlife, recreation and ns" tural beauty. March 31, 1973, marks the fourth annual Ripley Pioneer Day. One of the events is the parade in which we honor the Pioneer Queen and her attendants. The candidates for queen are: Senior, Vickie Savory; Junior, Janet Matheson; Sophomore, Becky Hennls; a~ld Freshman, Linda Hilbert. Each class sold raffle tickets on this saddle. The class selling the most tickets will win the honor of their candidate being queen. Everyone is welcome to join the fun. TUESDAY, APRIL Mr. Ham will serve with G. Williams, Lee Ray Jr., James Kuhn, and Denny on the Payne Conservation District The district clerk is Mrs. Ve$ Axtell. The district office located at 201 West Ninth, water, Oklahoma. Burton Club The Burton Quilting with Edna Tabor the 20th March in her home. Those there were: Nickels, Minnie Nickels, Jones, Louise Sutliff and key, Frances Kinkaid and ny, Opal Courtright, Renna ton, Judy Burton and na Murlin and Lottie Shat There next meeting will held April 3 with Susie els in her home. PERSONALS Helen Hurndon visited Mr and Mrs. Ralph Grimm Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and ~drs. Lflburn from oklahoma City visited Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Grimm, urday. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gri[ went to Stillwater Saturday ternoon and visited Mark Marla Grimm from Dallas, and Mrs. Cleo Cefering family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph visited Mrs. Etta Elliott Cushing Sunday afternoon. * * * * * * $ Mr. and Mrs. Less from Rlpley visited Mr. Mrs. Ralph Grimm Monday ternoon. Specialty Of The House- GENUINE HICKORY SMOKED RiBS USDA CHOICE STEAKS BROASTED CHICKEN )$~ " **@~ .,o~ PRIVATE CLUB TUE. THRU SAT. 4:00 PM TILL 10:00 PM SUN 4:00 PM TILL 9:00 PM im I S 1 S EAST 6 Owners: Tom & Marie Parks /i