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May 31, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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Glencoe Area Mrs. Sherman Bower Mrs. Jay Sears, Were Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ray ,s. Sears is the for- Baker, sister to Mrs. Kenneth Klut- daughter, Still- Sunday visitors ,th- Isaac Hesser, Visited Saturday and Mrs. Bert Baker were with their family, Mr. and Applegate, and and family, s. Rick Weaver and Rick, who Inuured in a car much improved. Davis left Frl- several days with family, Mr. and J Davis and child- Cliffton Cum- were Saturday mother, Alma Redburn and Mrs. Pawnee, were guest of their Mr. and Mrs. and children, Were Sunday din- Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Kin- Rice and children and Mrs. Sher- L the evening. SPent last week Rile, who is in Guthrie. Worked in the ~g a me st and productive (Red), a former a brother of Rile Undergone in Little Rock, writing he is and Mrs. visited with the in Oklahoma City, and her l~rris, Still- SUnday visitors They motor- dinner. Visited dur- With her ne- Hlmes in ts well known Assistant Man- Leader. And Jet-Together Morgan were their faro- were Mr. ~need and ram- Dick Sneed of Slick, Mr. Force and Mr. ,HUghes and rry, Mr. and and family. , Jan Sneed Mr. and Cushing. Morgan observed the tribute rgan on Moth- callers the home of Paxton. Mrs Carter. Club Club held in the May called to order by President ~ma Porter. Ann Barrows led the singing. The Devotional was given by Sandy Gilchirst. Linda Rober- tson led the flag salute. Roll call was answered by 12 mem- bers - Debbie Deering, Elsie Murphy', Evelyn March, Betty Porter, Anna Porter, Beulah Sharpton, Ann Barrows, Sandy Gilchrist, Ruby Boyd, Linda Robertson, Maxine Treat and Vonda Brake. Two guests, Faye Murphy and Deloris Ev- elstzer, were present. The les- son, "Vacations in Oklahoma" was given by Vonda Brake. The next meeting will be held June 20th in the home of Betty Pritchard. One of the most in- teresting announcements was award of the Extension Home- makers Scholarship to Neta Hedges. Congratulations. Mrs. Carol Huff and Mrs. Sue Marks, Perry, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joke Sharpton, Fri- day afternoon. Ricky Huff re- turned home with them after a visit with Ms grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joke Sharpton and Ricky Huff went to the zoo. In Oklahoma City, Sunday, then visitied her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Spradlin, Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown, Ft. Worth, Texas, are spend- ing sometime with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Melbern Huff and Rlcky, Perry, vlsitied Mrs. Anna Huff and Mr. and Mrs. Joke Sharpton, Sunday morning. Mrs. Mary Davenport, Wich- ita, Kansas; visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spiva and girls, andMrs. Elizabeth Heppel. Tournament Held Little League The Little League Tourna- ment, held here, began at 5 p.m. Monday evening. The tourna- ment will continue the entire week. Teams participating are from Morrison, Stillwater, Pawnee, Perkins and Glencoe. Games begin at 5 p.m. andcon- tinue throUgh the evening. Be sure to enjoy yourself -and support your Little League teams. Glencoe friends were sadden- ed to learn of the death of a long-time, long-ago resident, Charles ("Dad") Bower, of Aransas, Texas. His brother, Sherman Bower, resides here and brother Goebel Bower in Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Wells, Anthony, Kansas; visited re- latives, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shell, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Leith, and Mr. and Mrs. bester Hrabe~ Sunday. The Wells are in the process of moving from Anthony, Kansas; to Tulsa, where Kenny Will enroll in The School of Aeronautics. Mrs. Bill Kinzie and family, Carney, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bilbert Barrows and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrows Thursday. Senior Trip Glencoe High School ex-sen- ;ors left Monday morning for Rock-A-Way Beach, .Missouri. They plan to be gone the entire week.___Sponsor s accompaning S.D.C. Bulldlng Systems 23 I W.?th The Perkins Journal, Thursday, May 31, 1973 - 9 them were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grissom, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chllders and Linda Case. Know they will enjoy themselves, j Donna Murlin t Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tucker } ......... "~~--"--=.'---.--------.--~---.,-----.,---.~., and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Met- There were 26 attending Weekend guest of Mrs. Violet calf were visitors with the church Sunday. Potter and Sharon were Mrs. Henry Tucker family in Drum- A large crowd visited the Ruth Simmons and girls Koran right, Sunday evening. Glenwood cemetery and enjoy- and Carol from Houston, Tex- Kelly Murphy and Gary Leis- ed the dinner, as; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pot- her, who are "putting up" grain tar and Suzen of Moore. bins for Eggars of Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Matney Mr. and ,Mrs. Jack Sutliff left for Perryton, Texas; Tues- and boys and Mrs. Etta Grade and family called at the Alva day. They will be working there from Enid spent the memorial Murlin home on Monday even- for several days. weekend here, the Matney's vi- ing. They had spent the week- sited her parents Mr. and Mrs. end at Tenklller Lake and vi- Birthday Dinner Alva Murlin and relatives, Et- sited their friends the Brew- ta Grade visited Ruth Etherldge Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburand Alene Tye and relatives ers in Arkansas. Mrs. Ruth Etheridge and Mrs. Mitchel hosted a birthday din- and friends, gtta Grade spent Sunday with net, honoring their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor Susan, who was eighteen. Those took their grandson, David, and family. ~ present were Mr. and Mrs. home to Dekater, Geo9gia; last A birthday dinner was held Clarence Mitchell, Mr. and week, Mrs. S2mffer got illwhile Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Paxton and family, Maramac, Mr. and Mrs. Dale there, we hope she gets well Mrs. Earl Wright of Yale ln hon- SOon. Mitchell and children, Mr. and Friday afternoon, Minnieor of Mrs. Wright, those there were: Mr. and Mrs. Griff Jon- Mrs. Leslie Kern, California; Nickels and Susie Nickels visit- es, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin, Mrs. Nadine Barrett, and Mr.ed Opal Courtright. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sharpton, and Mrs. Myron Harris, Still- Mrs. Ruth Wells called on Ray and Debby, Mr. Lee Ray water, Verna Harris, the hen- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton Men-Murlin, Klnny and Kathy, Deb- oree and a friend. Mrs. Jack Burnett, Okla- day evening, by Vasser, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- Wednesday dinner guest of Mr. gene Wright and girls and Frank homo City, visitied her parents and Mrs. Alva Murlin wereMr.Sutllff. Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Davi'd Slough- and Mrs. Raymond Murlin and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanton Doug from Vernal, Utah; Mrs.and girls of Grove spent Sat- ter, Eugene, Oregon; have been Jack Sutliff, Mlckey and La-urday night and Sunday withMr. spending sometime with her Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Don Per-and Mrs. Joe Burton. mother, Mrs. Jessie Bechtel,ceful, Debby Vasser and Jana, Sunday evening guest of Mr. Stillwater, and other friends and Frank Sutliff. and Mrs. Joe Burton wereMrs. and relatives in [he area. They Memorial Day guest of Mr. Opal Courtright, Mr. Frank brought Mrs. Bechtel and vi-and Mrs. Jim Taylor were Mrs. Burton and Mr. and Mrs. Troy sited old friends at the Glen- Ruth Etheridge, Mrs. Etta Courtright and girls. coe Senior Citiziens' Center. Glencoeites were sadden- Grade, Mrs. Maude Hanks, Mr. Monday afternoon guest of and Mrs. Dale Taylor and fam- Opal Courtright were Mr. and ed by the death of Mrs. Sarah fly, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Toy- Mrs. Cecil Milliron of Perry, Stahl, Friday, in the Still- for and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Court= water Hospital. Oney Taylor and family, Mrs. Mrs. Stahl was one of our Opal Jones, Mrs. Lois Morain right of Glencoe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates of Glencoe, Mr. "Senior Senior" citizens, hay- and family, and Ira Simmons and Mrs. Danny Klnkaid and ing observed her 89th birth- and family. Also there was Mr. day in March. She attended the and Mrs. TI:oy Courtrlght and family of Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday "We Won't Eat A- family. Troy Courtright mid girls. lone" dinner group at the Cen- ter, regularly - and this Tues- day, her first away, she is greatly missed. Golda Kuhn, retired local teacher, is her daughter. Funeral services were held Monday, in the Church of Christ and burial was in Enid. Harold Braswell, former re- sident of this area, now of Still- water, is quite ill in a Tulsa 15 NEW UNITS Hospital. He is a brother-in- law of Jim Kincaid. Various Colors - Various Sizes Jim Paxton remains a patient in an Oklahoma Cith Hospital but is reported to be improving. CLOSEOUT ON 7 USED MODELS Mrs. "BOb" Stokes is a pat- Starting $1895 and up lent in the Pawnee hospital. Mrs. Lyle Raupe, daughter of Winnie Lazenby, is a surgical patient in an Oklahoma City Hospital. Mrs. Earl Shirley is con- 2220 E.6th 372-7860 fined to the Stillwater Hospital. Mrs. Shirley was bitten by a poisonous spider and has been ..... quite ill. ' .......... ~- ' ' Pot Luck Supper On Saturday, May 19, a pot- luck supper was held at the IXL Community Building. Available For Tables were decorated with ~ases of artificial flowers. Everyone enjoyed the food Weight Control--Self Confidence and get-together. Sales Motivation--Smoking Control The group welcomed Mr. Ira Burton back from his convales- Relaxation--Self Improvement cence. Those in attendance were Mr. HYPNOSIS RESEARCH LABS and Mrs. Rhodfle Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Burton, Mr. and &ll~ Mrs. Earl Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ros- MOTIVATIONAL GUIDANCE CENTER coe Rmerson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo 623 S. Husband Suite $ " Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moser and grandson, Mr. and P~. 377-S152 P.O. BOX 1166, StJllwate, Ok. Mrs. R. B. Riggs, and Mr. and , L _L Mrs. Harvey West. , , .... e 3?'2.4k-14