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April 18, 1957

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rile PERKINS J()AL Lost Creek Mrs. Roy E. Trent Judy Kay Edmondson spent Tuesday night with Sharon and : Judy Edmondson. Mrs Irwin Combs of Pomona, California and Mrs Marion Webb of Alva, Oklahoma, spent last Week visitirtg their parents, the ROy Trents. Mr and Mrs D H Young and laughters of Ponca City, visited relatives at Lost Creek Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs L T Hicks and faro- ill Mr and Mrs C D McKisick ld family, and Tom Trent, all of Tulsa, were Wednesday eve- ing guests of the Roy Trents. fir Hicks and Mr McKJsick at- ended the Men's meeting at the ChUrch. Mrs McKisick and child- ten stayed with the Trents the rest of the week. Mr and Mrs O K Edmondson and grandson and Mrs Lela Ed- Ondson spent Sunday afternoon in Perry with relatives. Saturday and Sunday guests ! the Roy Trents were Mr and rs Marion Webb and Karen of Alva, Mr and Mrs R P Littell: and Marcia of Kiowa, Kansas,! PaUl Trent of Pratt, Kson. War- ea Trent, of Attica, Kansas, rs I F Combs of Pomona, al- rnia, Mr and Mrs D McKisick, inda and Doug, Tom Trent and tot) Garrison, all of Tulsa. The Lion was Roy. Trents birth- ' Y, The sons and daughters pro nted the Tren|s with a new |television. VISIT PERKINS AND OII.dkHOMA IN '57--you'll enjoy II  Thursday, April 18, 1957 II Mr and Mrs Max Edmondson ! has jujst returned to his home l  1 Carte,karcheIndlana,Mrs Grangerrecent guestsf A1 li Perkins Ill ,f,',-,l,- and family, Judy and Sharon n North Little Rock Ark, from / Mrs C W Acuff and sons of O- Edmondson spent Sunday after- I a years work in Wilmington, Del[ and IY ,.J-"*r $ A ..Auctin noon with Mrs Edmondson's mo- I eware, and his children, Mich- | were Sale ,-ver) uonuay thor, Mrs Emma Burnett. ael and Ethel. were also visit- of Mary Laughlin. Mrs Granger is Charles Rushmore, Owner Mr and Mrs Jess Jones of Bird  ing in Ripley. Mrs Acuff's grandmother and has WAITRESS: A girl who thinks money grows on trays. City, Kansas, Mrs Clara Harvey ! It has been announced that spent several weeks with her. : Lucien, Okla. and Mrs Raymond High Prairie placed third ($100) I Strat.ton of Hayward were Tues- in the N E District in the Rural They were enroute to spend the zi day guests of the Roy Trents. Neighborhood contest. This is an weekend with Mr and Mrs War- IB Insure larmr. " honor to be very proud to obtain, nor Acuff. , with ___...__ Umon 14 Eden Chapel .tH Hail Crop [H n NEAL'S SHOE SHOP ,. per $I00 valuation. Note plan By Mrs. Donna Muffin GENERAL SHOE REPAIRING [!H 10 per cent Less for Ch There was a large crowd at- All Work Guaranteed lU[H Also other types of Insurance [ tended the Goodwill day in Rip- 1 door N. of City Hall -- Ph. 194 -- Perkins INiI a ley Monday. CONTACT EMIL KASTLE Mr and Mrs Pete Etheridge Arvil Neal, Owner [H H Delsa and Mary went to Okla- , | Phones - Res. 3950W and office 55 Stillw H boca City Sunday to visit Mr and MYs James Etheridge and family. I Callers at Mr and Mrs Frank I III Buttons Sunday were Mr and Mrs Orvine Burr.on and family, Tender Crisp 1 Special Pack 2 B 9C nMru'n'Mrn,lGrl31]O Onions 5c Radishes Mrs Wayne Burton and family, Bunch ags Ir and Mrs Joe Etheridge and Louise and Lee Ray Murlin. Mr Alva Murlin called on Mr 33ci{: 3 23 Harry Johnson Friday moning./lLouisiana Select Florida ancy Mr and Mrs Frank Shoup of Strawberries PI orn Ripley visited Wednesday with Ears Mr and Mrs Verlin Nelson and had dinner with them. For Verlin and Richard Nelson were , --" , , ' ' in Oklahoma City Saturday to ttn"tureer TomatoesMr and MrsVerlin Nelson. RedBud 2 25 Richard and Judy visited in Riple Extra Standard Cans Sunday in the home of Mrs , , ,,,, Nelsons parents, Mr and Mrs J Frank__Shop. Peson Soup, who Frozen Foods and Juices Jiffy i , Snow Crop .. M . Orange Juice 2 331 Corn uffm  9 12Oz RqP | ' M,x a eU-4 "- Cans uuv ! -- "k 4n_ Pg L0. UIC Ready to Bake 9 ",, d,[ 2 13g  "r. 1"'* ' Parker House Rolls ,uv,. r,,[ ! , , . Amour Iah oTairV. PO 8 rOOaFortifiredwithLiver Z Cans Z  Hales Leader. [;]Cherry King 303 i 303 4 Blackbenl, es 2 Can 49c00Cherrtes 2 Cans 5C I IJ00;;q;JI Northern "Colored"  I] Meadolake Colored Quarters More petroleum moves over Tissue 4 31 0001eo Lb. 25c Santa Fe than over any other railroad in the country n 11 Red Bud Elbertas 11No2V2 [5C [ reacnes O The 2,384,000,000 gallons of petroleum that In Heavy Syrup Santa Fe moves every year is the river that flows on wheels. It's so large that it makes Santa Fe the No. 1 petroleum railroad in the country. This flood tide of oil gives heat and power to farms, factories, military installations and homes all over the nation. rhe tremendous demand for petroleum, in all its forms, poses special problems for Santa Fe. For it requires speed and service to keep that river flowing full force. Here are a few of the ways we get the job done: We move empty tankers just as fast as full ones, so no vehicle will stand idle. As new off fields are opened up, we stand ready to serve them. And when new develop- ments take place within the industry, we adapt ourselves to take care of them. As an example, take liquefied petroleum gas, The demand for it has skyrocketed in the last 10 years, because with this "bottled gas" rural famih'es can cook and heat with gas just like city people. And the railroads have made it possible for them to get it. Santa Fe runs special LPG trains when the demand for this product requires it. In a year, these trains carry enough LPG to heat "over 500,000 homes from November through April. This is just a part of the story of the de- pendable transportation service Santa Fe is providing to essential industries that contrib- ute so much to the welfare of our country. SANTA FE SYSTEM LINES Always on the move toward a better way ...... -- j I I , =| _ i Jello Instant I1Bakerite . Puddinss Pkg 10c 00Shortenlng ,, 3 LTib 85C ve' " New Creamy White 80z a ,Large Oysters Can 39c00Lav Soap2 27c ) Made By Supreme Lb 49C J Salad Wafers Hams Tenderette Whole Butt Half Shank Half ! ! I -- Minute Steaks Bakers 2 Box Lb SSc 1 Fresh Dressed Lb 37c ryers Lb SSc I ....... ' III Lb 59c First Cut Pork Chops Lb. 48 Cardinal Food Store Phone 81 Your Store Of Better Values Prices Good Friday Sat. & Mon. 125 Main St