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Perkins, Oklahoma
May 4, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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THE PEltKINS JOtt,AL ]PAGE SEVE L17-2411 to report YOUR NEWS m Lumber Co. EDEN CHAPEL NEWS We're flooring experts and we will be glad to show you the intriguing designs available in seamless vinyl sheets... 6 feet wide In give you wall-to-wall beauty, free of criss-cross seams. Hfdes spike heel marks, scuffs and scratches... even in heavy traffic areas, . I. us est|mate the cost of this new flooring in ,ny room you cheese. Fr.Z-ZZ85 of The House Dector HARRISON ELECTRIC You Call Us We'll Wire You 914 S. Main Stillwater:, 0kia. Phone FR2-7171 There were 37 attending Church Sunday. ::: :3 :',: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wa]tman visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pock Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sutliff and Ramanda spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs. Alva Murlin and Lee. :'-. ::: :.*.. We want to congratulate Mr. ,nd Mrs. Dave McLemoor, they are the proud parents of a baby girl, Lori Dawn, horn May 1. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton. Mr. and Mrs. John Inman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hillhouse and Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Gailther of Carney visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Moorman Sun- day evening. Roy. Van Nickels called on Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin and Lee and the Jim Taylor family Thursday, ::: C, O Mr. and Mrs. Griff Jones spent Thursday with Mr, and Mrs..dva Murlin, Mrs. Lela In., man called in the afternoon, :::: :::::i ?:::;:I :i : .... :.::, .->. . , : . . ....: :",.:.[ i:::-" '. " :.i?:.:. ::. :i ..... : :" ':: :: :::.:::: :.. : ! L: ::/:::::.,"::.... :.:-:! ::::,...  -:: Y:: '::: : :: .,: . --. .. .:. ............ . / .i,i: :::-:i :I J;i,E;::?i.:7:: : : : \\; I c , ( |uy Ind irtst,lll flemeles= electric OG&E cu$. TO ET OUI FltIE GIFT: _ L CmpIlle dCthtf$ lim care. - . OG&Elrlmptrymaityeu , J I I The E.U.B. men held their meeting at Eden Chapel Tues- day evening and had a fish fry. ... ., .... ... .,. .,. Warren Burch was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin and family. To the Editor: In last weeks news it said Mr. and Mrs. Joe Etheridge :pent the weekend with the Verlin Nelsons. They did not, it was Miss Judith Nelson that spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Nelson. I II _ I USE THE ]PERKINS JOURNAL WANT ADS II [' Hillhouse-Graham Exchange Vows Wedding vows were exchatg,= ed recently by Linda Hillhou. and Jesse Graham of Tryon. Rev. H. J. Jones read the yours in the home of the brides pat * ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Harlis: Mrs. Graham's maid of honoe was Louise McCoy and best mar., was Terry Bounds. A reception followed the v'ed- dins service. Mrs. H. H. Hillhouse, Perkiri, is the brides grandmother, Miss Wanda Earp entertained her Sunday School Class, the Junior girls of the Baptisi; Church, with a weiner roast a* her home on Friday night. Tht members attending were, Lid Henigman, Robin I-tarral, Bren- da Madole, Steila Kelly, Velvet, Emerson, Debbie Mobley :ncl, Randy Harral. Specia[ guest, o,: the evening were Darlene Kolb, Dinah Wise, Jacque Vas,m, Regina Bowie, Connie Fowbl, and Joan Cundiff. Tuesday visitors of Mr. anl Mrs. Amos Miller of Stillwatcr were Mr. and Mrs. John Inm;n, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hillhotso and Mrs. Bertha Hillhouse t f The American Auxiliary ]a- i dies will hold their monthly meeting Monday, May 8, at ' p.m. in the home of Mrs. Mablt Jacobs. ,. The lesson will be on making. poppys and coursages. . ....... [.-'--':',..='--, , ..',.=,=.=-.-.I=   .... .,,-..;:," ,,,--.-.-,, , =."-.=.r,:: i % YOUNG MEN & WOMEN' NEWSPAPERS'EVERYWHERE ARE LOOKING FOR TRAINED, CAPABLE PRINTERS! Tte "rWat ad" section,s of trade ourmds atul ew- papers abood with help ,wa'nted  for priuers, linotype operators, fIoormen, pressmen, teletype- setter operators, camera operator. ad platenakers. OKLAHOMA STATE TECHNICAL college ca, q#,aIi]'y yo with their thoro,.qh trai;dg to fill ote of these weU paid, 'esponsible positions. ADVANTAGES OF OKLAHOMA STATE TECH Yo will "learn b!t doig". In two years or less yo .will qualify by actually practei'g the rade ormally ]o,:nd i the field. The cowses are costantly bei'g tpdatcd to keep abreas of tke developments i fay trade. The printing faculty is the bcs$ available, averaging 2 years of t'ade and teaching experience, Tcch is the finest equipped school of it's kind in the southwest. It's record i the training and plaeemen of students in responsible positions is hard to match. Training at Tech is the swrest and easies$ way to' enter oe of the top live industries. for further information writ# OKLA00&0000TECI --- " OKMULGE[, OktdOM/ 7M4 ' - STARTS'SEPTEMBER 1 : ".."=