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Perkins, Oklahoma
April 27, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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PAGE TWO Till,+" PERKINS JOURNAL I I III I II The R4pley 41I Club met Moil- day night in the lunch roon, .&amp; large group of 411"ers atWnded, as well as parents. Mrs. Wilma Beaver talked about county me= dals and what is necesa'y to receive them. A group from the Mehan Un- ion Church visited our home Wttoe.sday night for a Sillgcr- spiration. :', a,; Mrs+ Christine Tietz and her family visited her clau;:hltw and son-in-law, Mr+ and Mrs. G n+rv Bilger of Edmond this past sun- day. Visitors to the "red Prickeit home this pasl Sunday were Dick Sneed and his fhmcu+ from Slick. O11 a. The Mehan Uni)n Snnday school attendance ',\\;'its down to 41 tiiL,+ past Sttnday l,ets keel) OLU" llltClld;|nce tip', IVh+s. Randall Miller visited with her Hlolh('r i+l Rit)l'5 Sun- dV Mr. ,nd Mrs t,'o3 ('pen1, of Tulsa stJellt tll/{]:. x with his mother. Goldie COolH.':+ Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mcguile had several visitors St ( *;,r They were Mr Lt  ,ssell IUcguire q ot Las Veta., N.M.. rvtrs. Witm: Stnalley of ('oyle, Mr. and Mrs Sol I3cnlley el C, wh.. Mr. ml(l Mrs. Willm'd McGuire of Perkins and IHr. and Mrs. /lhndall Mil- ler:of the Mehan Valh.y. (Last Week's Ncu+s) The Mehan Uni(m Sun dv School attendance was 44 +tis past Sund y CoYlle ]t)i US SO that we can keep it in the fif- ties. Mehan Valley News By Jean Zetterberg The ladies of the Lend-A- tland Club had a day "out" last Wednesday. Eleven women piled in(o two cm's and we went to Phiibrook Art Center in Tulsa. The next item on the itinerary was a stop for lunch at a Bor- den's Cafeteria. Then we all en- joyed shopping at a shopping center in Tulsa. To round out the day, we stopped at Frank- .oma Pottery in Sapulpa. The following went on this trip: Mrs. Carol Kautz, Mrs Doris Roserie. Mrs. Berta Maye O'Donnell, Mrs. Christine Tietz. Mrs. Pat Prickett. Mrs. Florene lngersol, Mrs. Pauline MeGuire, ,Ir% Beverly MeGuire, Mrs. Pat Priekett and myself. The PaYnc County Home- maker's Extension Dress Revue Tryon School ,News held in Yale last Tuesday was have attended by eight members of ..... the Ripley club, Wednesday evening, April 12. Ihe J C. Spiva home was the l)laee of our weekly song rest. Tb.ere were approximately 15 people out for this event. The Ripley Golden Dolls were .once again defealed by tile Try- or1 Scarltq tlelks by lO poinls, There was a good 1Ll't'nOLll l()l" this bal]mne, am the Band I?,oosters CLub would like 1o thank everyone for coming out. Even lhough losim: tle game, the women had a good time. Terci Tietz and Karen Zetter- berg spent SurMay ,ait. Connie 8pi\\;'a. Mr. and Mrs. Mike McGuirc Spcm the WeeK-end in Dallas. Jean Zetterberg <+ ,ane +average aait2 -t-oeket m Chicao's traffic court is 4,500 cases per day, Tile city is phm- nJng to spend INI00,000 to build 10 new eourtroom in an effort lo el'l(t congeslOl ....................... 2 ...... L By Kathleen Johnson Thursday, April 20 Tryon I-tih School was teem- ins xith from 300 to 400 pupils from various schools which par- licipated in the Lincoln Cotlnty Speech and Demonstration con- test. The results of the contest will be received by the teach- ers within a week. Tile Band Boosters served lunch and net- ted approxinmtely 8100. SCHOOl, SCHEDULE FFA State Poultry show will will be held at Muskogee May 4. Junior and Senior Banquet May 12. Baccalaureate Servicc al Christian Union Church 11:00 a.. Ill. gth Grade Gradualion. May 16, 8 p.m. ttarmony Band and Dress Re- vue. April 28. 8 pan. High School Graduation. May 18. 8 p.m. Last day of school, May 24. FFA Banquet Friday, May 5. Since the nice spring rains most of us still have cleaning lo do. so thought you might like some help. If you have never tried tile wing of a fowl (turk- eys, geese, and chickens) yell missed a very valuable SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting: money from NEW TYPE high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. No selling. To qualify you must have ear. references. 8600 to 82,900 cash Scven to twelve hours weekly can net exvetlem II]ollth]y incoIllc. N'iore full linle. For Pet'sonal inler- view wite P.O. BOX 10573. DAI,LAS. TEXAS 752117. In- elude phone nunlber, tp If 0u Like To +-,! + aide to hot seeleani/g. TheS are broom "dipped into a us(,ful for diggin< out the corn- water to which two ers in wash g window:, and fills of ammonia have al.,:o as brushes about the stove ed. This l'reshcns the and hearth. Dip the bony ends the carpet. Or. slightly in a bichloride solution to keep salt with kerosene. out moths and insects. Do not carpet and sweep leave them where (he cat can The dust will not rise, chew them. be throttghly taken To Freshen Carpets -- Before nfixture. The kerosene sweepinR, scatter dry salt over no greasy effect, the the carpet. It brightens the col- soon pass off, and the ors and cheeks the ravages of be wonderfully moths. Or, after sweeping, go never know until over the carpet lightly with a Good luck. Use our 25c car wash anytime of day or night. It's easy and economical too! Gardner's 6ibble [ i ._+. + +' +=+ Rod,+ McDanie, andSonHook+ Your HeadquartersF,o.ts + ReeLs Flys Sinkers Lures Lines Minnow Buckets . ,+. Stringers Bait Seines Tackle Boxes Trot Lines I,ieenses and ANY Other Rind Of Fishing Tackle! We Are Equipped To Handle I'ART1ES AND BANQUETS For kll Size.Groups Fro" Reservations Call FR2-0800 l R2-86a) =Sp+eciol- As an added service, friendly McDazfiet and Son sales- men and clerks will listen to all fishing tales told while you shop in our fishing department! 14 " & Hardware ;%+ o , - .... ,- + ,+, + ++- / +