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]PAGE TWELVE THE PERKINS JOURNAL Services Are Held For Lila Easter Funeral services for Mrs. Lela i,. Easter, 83, Perkins, who died qunday, April 23, 1967, at the qtmnvside Rest Itome were held Wednesday, April, 26, at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church. The P, ev. Bryant Badger of- ficiated and burial was at the hn Grove Cemetery under the direction of Strode Funeral Home. Mrs. Easter, the daugh- tel" of Mr. arid Mrs. James Nie- l<e:s, was born August 24, 1883, n Polk County, Me. The family came to Oklahoma where, her father homesteaded a :fat'm in the run of 1892 in Pot- ta'. ;alamie, Coutlty. Following ;mr marriage to William Edward Eater in Maud, Okla., the cou- ole lived at Shawuee before co)n- lll; tO Pay le Cotlnty ahaxosl 60 ,c; -s ago. The couple I]ad .!iv,cl in lhe PerM.ns and Still- 'Lel.t,cr area since. Mrs. Easter. a member of the e,km. Christian Church. was ort'ceeded in death by one daug- hter, Mrs. Leona tIardin, in 1933, ml0 her husband who died blarch 22, 1945. She is survived by three dau,ghters, Mrs. Lucy Poston, iJubboek, Tex,; Mrs. Doyle Van Zandt, Perkins, and Mrs. Opal Rodgers, Tulsa; six sons, AI* bert Easter, Southwest City, Me., Morner Easter, Los Angeles, Cal- :r.: Ve,-non Easter, Costa Mesa, Ca!if.; Chester Easter, San Ber- nadino, Calif.; Cleo Easter, Tul- sa, and Clinton Easter, north of Perkins; two sisters, Mrs. Nel- iie Poston, Elk City, Okla., and :Mt's. Bell ttenderson, Apache, )Ida.; 27 grandctlildren 38 great grandchildren and Iour :Cry:at-great grandchildren I School Calendar AY 2 Grade P.E. Program 4 Pre-Sehool Student Day 9 Band Concert 13 Jr. St'. Banquet 16 Choral Concert 19 Jr. Hi. Commencenwnt 2l Sr. 1it. Baccalaureate 22 Sr Hi. Commencement 23 No School (teachers work) 24 Awards Assembly Schools Out Senior Assembly Lunch Menu May 8-12 Monday Pork. Beef Sausage Green Beans Mashed Pot., Gravy Grapefruit Sections t{olls, Butter, Milk qFucsday Pizza Cole Slaw Bnllcred Corn Jello, Fruit Salad Bread, Butler, Milk Vfednesday Chicken, Noodles Buttered Broccoli Celery, Carrot Slicks Fruit Cup Rolls, Butter, Milk "thursday qliced Bole. Cbeese Potato Salad Pork and Beans Cookies, Orange ffuiee Bread, Butter, Milk Friday Salmon Loaf Spring Salad Bu. English Peas Peach Cobbler Home made Bread, Butter, Milk I I IIIII I III Lions To Have :Attic Auction On Main Street The Perkins Lions Club had 9e pet" cent attendance of ils members for the month of April. After hearing the membership ,nnd attendance report, during their weekly dinner meeting Monday night in the Lions den, the Lions were presented bust- ness of the board of directors meeting for consideration. It was voted to reroof the Lions den building, as there have been several leaks during the recent rains. A report was gi\\;'en on the completion of other den im- provements. Approximately S250 has been spent to improve the kitchen, and to paint, install new light fixtures and clean the building in general. A committee was appointed to vcorl,;, out plans for another attic auction which proved to be very successful several years ago to help raise needed funds for civic promotions. Hubert Cawr, Ditz Mellvain, ;endell Sadler a n d Ralph Crane, committee members, are seeking any old or new merchan- dise that can be auctioned olx Perkins Main Street. Several merchant. have al- ready donated merchandise and other citizens have offered dis- carded imuselmld items and tools that are still unusable. The committee will reveal more details as to the auction date and pickup service times ia next week's paper. Proceeds will go to the yonth. ]3ro.p,r:/lllS for the community, Round-Up Club To Meet Thurs. Eve A large group of member. attended a recent meeting of the Perkins Round-up club, called by president, Garvin Cruse. The gold metallic vests were finish- ed and worn by some thirty- eight riders, at 89'ers parade, .... "Thi club Chandler Parade nd made a good It was voted to rade and celebration this Saturday, MaY 6. The next regular be held Thursday 4, at 7:30 p.m. at tlne all members are Mrs. Garvin Crtl I will be in Perkins each Wed. morning to help you with your transportation needs. I've always got a nice selection of cars and JAY trtlckS. Your Ford! THIS IS Ford You owe it to yourself to see and the 1967 FORD. Harley The FORD Stillwater, Okla. -- FR SERYING PAYNE COUNTY FOR 47 Stillwater Savings Corner You owe it toyourself to pay yourself, too. Just as regularly as you pay your bills, pay yourself, too. Put at least five percent of your take-home pay in a savings account with us. Who deserves it more than you? All acounts insured up to $15,000.00 by the F.S.LI.C. Stillwater Savings and Loan AssociatioI Husband at Sixth STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA I I II II IIII II] I I III ......... TAPP RANGES AS LOW AS $129.95 MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS II I ,'L I McDaniel and Son Hardware haga Selection of gifts for yor mother. Come Daniels First to do your Mother's Day McDanie! &:.SOP t:ar00are "A Good Hardware In A Go Town" !: