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1967 THE PERKINS JOURNAL rkson, Y Belle IVhitmore May 28, at 2 p.m. at the Oak :>ak Dale Home Builders Dale club house. club, in reeog- The club is celebrating 30 of Home Extension week. years of service to the communi- former members and ty. From a membership of eight of the club with a tea when it was organized, it hfis grown to one of the larger clubs in the county. Present member- ship is in the twenties. In every community there is a need for fellowship, good cheer, community activity and growth, Freezer Beef lb Hind 0ts. 47c lb 55C Choice 6 mo. to Pay Cut & Wrap FREE 3 - gal. ctn. Mellorene $1.o0 Real Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Q "Cupid" Made To Go Hamburgers 5.$1.oo I Pork Ribs or Fryers Served or to Carry Out Open Until 8Undays 11: p.m. Select a steak cu.t from U.S. Choice Beef--have it cooked free Cupid Call S Orders 'MEAT WITH APPROVAL" Li7-2266 and the Home Builders club has fulfilled this need. In cases of tragedy, sickness and death, the club has always been ready to help. COMPLETE SERVICE t Plumbing Refrigeration WE SELL SUPPLIES REASONABLE PRICES Stillwater Plumbing & Refrigeration 617 S. HUSBAND ST. STILLWATER Night Office FIl2-8080 FR2-8147 LUC(A  " BY.,-...A', TJ) Cooking Know-How i W h e n m a k i n g sandwiches, spread the mayonnaise, s a n d- wich spread or relish on slices of meat, poultry or fish rather than on the lettuce or bread. The sandwich won't get soggy. Chicken, when roasting, will take on a beautiful golden glaze when it's brushed several times! with / cup of honey mixedwith i  cup of orange juice. [ When bacon is leftover from breakfast, crumble it and usefor seasoning salads, vegetables or I muffins, j Grated carrots or potato make a good extender for meat loaves. Parsley will take you through many garnishes if it's washed and kept damp in a covered jar, refrigerated. Granulated sugar sprinkled on top of the meringue on pie helps it to brown more easily as well as to cut it neatly, without For a fabulous Buffet Di ner You will enjoy the _RESTAU RAN Every Sunday i: PAGE ELEVEN The Home Builders club, a- long with the community club purchased the Oak Dale school house and furnished it for a club house. In past years the Clarkson Cemetery was its main project. Safety has always been stressed. Country road hazards have almost been eliminated through club efforts. ,. Every year, a pie supper helps to furnish treats for the entire community. Also in county wide drives for Red Cross, Cancer, etc. the club does its share. Sev- eral of our member's boys are serving in the Army for the United States and you. We salute the following char- ter members, Mrs. Minnie Thom- as, Mrs. Viola Maryott, Mxs. Joe Shellhammer, Mrs. Lucille Shell: hammer, and Mrs. Dick Goble, who still live in the vicinity, for seeing the need of a club to serve this community and help- ing it be a success and to make people proud to live in a work- ing community. SUSANNE CIRCLE MEETS IN The Susanne Circle met in the home of Mrs. Erma Brixey on May 17 at 1:30. There were sev- en present. Mrs. Iva Rusco acted as chair- man in the absence of Betty Jarvis. A short business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Rusco. Mrs. Sophia ogcrs presenteK ram, the lesson, "Design for Growth", scriptures were taken from Mat- thew 24:14-46. Refreshments of strawbgxry shortcake, coffee and tea were served by the hostess to the fol- lowing: Kay Griffin, Lillian Westfall, Ira Rusco, Vio/et Mar- tin, Ruth Stanley and Sophia Rogers. I I Complete Line of ragged edges. Give cookies a etp sugar ,, ,.o. o,.  o. Building Supplies fectloners sugar sprlnk] oni board or pastry cloth as th'xel rolled out for cutting, t PERKINS aden's Za, o .... ii LUMBER CO. Tuna 'Burgers !  : (6 servings) li I ean (7 ounces) tuna, l! flaked I 1 cup chopped celery . II 1 small onion, finely |1 | ROACIIES, RATS an& i hop. t I , o, I cup diced Cheddarl I cheese  | Free Estimates | cup chopped ripe olives / I and Inspeetion  I A cup mayonnaise I I _  rs Experience ) I 6 hamburger buns I Mix allingredientsexeept[ I "%7''d I buns. Fill buns with mixture, / I TREE and SHRUB ' I wra p in aluminum foiL Refrig- / erate, ff necessary. Heat to [ / SPRAYING . I serve' in a mderate (350F') ] I A_&M I oven 5 to 20 mu. , I TERMITE CO, I I I Sporting Goods for all Participation or Spectator Snorts @ High Quality @ Low Prices @ Good Selection McDANIEL & SON A Good Hardware In A Good Town