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]PAGE SIX Mehan Valley News Mrs. Ted P'ickett and De- Wayne. Cathy and Rhonda at- tended the reumon of the Olive Imfily ill Yale Park Sunday. Due to the bad weather Satur- day, the Mehan Ice Cream Social was not 1oo well attended. How- ever the Ted Prickett family, the Carl McKnight family, the Car- nlon O'Donnell family, and the l[ike McGuire family and Paul- iie McGuire were there and had a good time. Mrs. Mike Mc- Guire's family visiting from Dallas, Texas also attended. Mrs. Grace McKnight's par- ents, the Kendrieks of Perkins spent Sunday with timm. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKnight and Pat Prickett attended the Commencement exercises at the Glencoe High School Friday night. Pat's youngest sister, Lyn- da Sneed, graduated and the Me- Knights had a nephew graduat- hxg. Little league started with their first practice this past Wednes- day. This summer recreation program is being directed and coached by Mr. Marvin Sparks of Ripley. The Mehan boys par- ticipating are Chris Tietz, De- Wayne and Ricky Prickett, Key- in Meeks, Barry Baker, and Dick vnd Steve Zelterberg. Attendance at the Mehan Un- ion Church was 38 this past Sun- day, down a little, perhaps due to the absence of our pastor, Mr. and Mrs. Hargrove who are va- cationing in New Jersey. They 'ill be back this coming Sunday. In the absence or Mr. Hargrove, alph Zetterberg brought the norning message. Mike McGuire held a livestock judging school for fle 4-II mem- bers this past Sunday. These 4-It youngsters get a lot out of this type of help. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Tietz of Stillwater spent Sunday with the Tietz family. The eighth grade class went to Springlake Park Saturday for their class trip. They had a nas- ty day just as the seventh grade did the Saturday before, when they went to Wedgewood. I will not be able to submit my column next week because we are leaving for Mesa, Arizona Friday for our vacation. We will be visiting my brother Mr. Perry Mehan and his family. Jean Zetterberg { ::!:!:!::.i,}:!::!:i:!:!2":::?:::::!: .::!-:: ':::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '.. } ,:!iii!!ii!{}:iiizii!:il: iiii:::i! ii:i: ::i}:::i::i!i:i!i::iii!ii!i: i!:.i! i !i;00ii :i;i!iii!:)i ::!::!iiiii :: !/:/:i i: .... iiil i i / :!: i: i!i:i " :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,,.:::..:::. . :!: - il ON TOUR... Ameri- can Patty Wiscavage, right, is shown with a young Thai student visiting the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, in Bangkok. Tailand. Patty won u trip to the Pacific in a journalism contest spon- sored by a travelassoeia- Texgas-P, opaen Plus Gunn Bros. Stamps "Around the Clock Service" (Toll Call Collect) Stillwater FR 2-1717 TIlE PERKINS JOURN'L 'Anyway, it was nice of them to wave as they went 'by.", from HISTORY'S DATES AND EVENTS FROM Evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk 1940. Tokyo was bombed by 500 1945. The Bismarck was sunk by British naval 941. The U.S. Supreme Court declared NRA May 27, 1935. The Canadian Dionne quintuplets Mexico declared war on the Axis, May 28, Patrick l|enry, author of the "C born May 29, 1736. May 30 is Memorial Day. Walt Whitman, "The Poet of Free Verse", 1819. U.S. patent 90, 646 was granted to Thomas first vote recorder, June 1, 1869. GENERAL HARDWAI00 Make MeDaniel and Son quarters for all home, farm, business needs. It is a... One -Stop McDANIEL & SON A Good Hardware In A HURRY! Perkil ts L'0ns Club A SATURDAY, MAY 27 2P.M. , ON LOT SOUTH OF SAGER S CLEANERS Used Furniture- Plumbing Fixtures- Junk Plus Following Items Donated By PERKINS MERCHANTS ESTELLE'S BEAUTY SHOP PERKINS VETERINARY CLINIC RALPH'S PACKING CO. CENTRAL GARAGE CUPID'S DRIVE-IN BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP SAGER'S CLEANERS AHRBERG MILLING CO. ]BLUMER'S CHAMPLIN STATION EVANS OIL CO. ]BAKER & SON DRYGOODS STORE ]POP'S DOMINO PARLOR ]BIG GENERAL STORE DICKEY'S BARBER SHOP THE PERKINS JOURNAL THE PERKINS CAFE DEL-MARS FOOD STORE GARDNER'S SERVICE STATION PAYNE COUNTY BANK W. R. GRACE & CO. bIcDANIEL AND SON HARDWARE RILEY'S STEAK HOUSE PERKINS RECREATION HALL CASEY'S BARBER SHOP IEDUS WELDING One shampoo and set 100 lbs. of new potatoes One cured ham Ten gallons gas Two steak dinners One shampoo and set $5.00 cleaning certificate 100 lbs. of Baby Beef Ten gallons of gas One ease of oil One pair of jeans One dy of domino playing Two $5.00 merchandise certificates One haircut One years subscription Two steak dinners Two $5.00 merchandise certificates Ten gallons of gas Ten children's savings banks 2,000 lbs, of mixed fertilizers $5.00 merchandise certificate Two steak dinners Ten games of pool One haircut One-half hour of welding Call anv Lions Club me nber to donate Items! No old clothing please! Proceeds of Auction to be used for July 4th Fireworks and Little League Baseball. ,,