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oe Area Mrs. Sherman Bower 'S. Chant Burnett Reed friends in Glen- attended Methodist. is the former Mrs. Reed Inn Bell Davis Were reaised in Mrs. Vern Hopp, were weekend home of Mr. and they also children, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brandon and children, Car- ney, and a friend, Mrs. Anna Foster, also of Carney. Mr. mad Mrs. Ray Baker vis- ited Sunday and Monday with Mr. Baker's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duggan Wall, No- wata. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Marts, Ponce City, and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Devine, Fairview, were visitors during the weekend with Helen Marts. Jackson- Mrs. Grace Moring, Okla- homa City, visited her aunt ot and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Clapham Huff, Sunday. Mrs. Moring and summer with and attendingMrs. Huff had not seen each is majoring other for 20 years. last Sunday dinner guests with Mr. the Dean's and Mrs. Andy Murphy were their children and families, rs. Walter Lin- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burner and a birthday din- children, Oklahoma City; Mr. Fred Lin- and Mrs. Joe Barrows and Those pre- . and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. and Marllyn, and the hosts' son Wayne. Mr. and were Mr. Bilyeu, Still- Baker and and Autumn, Tucker, s. Tom Brown in Perkins Mrs. Arthur 20 guests and ted in Prue, GOble Bower, visitors Sherman with City, week- and Mrs. Andy City, visit- Sherman Tucker Mrs. Ches- Francis Sunday. with the children and Mrs. a~d children, Klnzie and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Murphy. Arthur Childers, Sand Springs, visited Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Childer s. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Clark and sons, John and David, spent the weekend in Ft. Worth, Texas; visiting former resi- dents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Watkins and went to Six Flags. Mrs. Eva Brown spent the weekend with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Young, Stfllwater. ViSitors during the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dod- son and girls were Devie and Lucy Teachman, Tonkawa, a niece, Mary King, Washington, and their son, Gary Dodson, Houston, Texas. Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Honeyman were Mary Hutchlns and son, Marion, Okla)aoma City, Mary Nelson, Perry; Percy Nelson, Meridan, M1 ssi ssippl. Abram Casey, Houston, Tex- as; visited his aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Clapp and Wilma. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Honeymanwere Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hejduk and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ripley and Monte. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Wells and family were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shell, Sun- For cash. Policy. $12,000 Dwelling and 320 xge on contents. All for $96.00 per year. $( Policy for Perkins. - $122.00 per year - $49.00 per year E. C. Policies & Business B1dgs. 20 percent Discount Pickups & Farm Liability Collision to $i00.00 Writing Blue Cross & Blue Shield Dues - 1 year -$4,00- 5 ydars -$17.00 l~t~ly 70,000 Families in Oklahoma SEE OR CALL Perkins Phone 225-2251 Cushing Phone 225-1181 Perkins Phone 547-2249 Stfllwater Phgne 372.5655 Rlpley Phone 372-4313 re Dealers in Payne County are: Caldwell Implement, Stfllwater; Harvey's Lincoln County EXCEPTIONAL GUARANTEE FOR UNION MEMBERS The day. They were completing their move from Anthony, Kansas to Tulsa where Kenny will attend ;chool. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Wilson, Broken Arrow, were Sunday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sawyer and Mrs. Flor- ence Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hopper, Ft. Morgan, Colorado, arrived Sunday to visit their grand- mother, Mrs. Maude Davis. They went to Chickasha to be present at the wedding of Suzy Davis. Mrs. Hopper is a sister of the bride. Thursday visitors with Veda Grooms were Mrs. Sherry Lynn Seggren and children, Hailey, Idaho, and Mrs. Keith Ros- sander, Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fleming and family, Metdan, Idaho, Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 7, 1973 - 13. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Choplin ~isited his mother, who is pre- sently a patient In the Presby- terian Hospital, Oklahoma City, Saturday. Monday guests with Mr. and Mrs. David Downs and Cathy were Sgt. and Mrs. Gerald Carr and baby, Jacksonville, Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carnagua, Bethany, Bertha Be- wen, Mr. and and Mrs. Frank Walton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walton, all of Claremore, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Htndes, Ponca City, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, andMr, and Mrs. Randall Miller and son, all of Ripley, Mrs. Rose Crowford and Yvonne, North Carolina, and Mrs. Bessie Kinlon. Weekend visitors with Mild- red McLaughlin were Mr. and she will Join him. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Court- right were Monday evening vi- sitors with Mrs. Opal Court- right in the Eden Chapel area. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Flora, Stlllwater, were Monday din- net guests with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard. Monday dinner guests with Veda Grooms were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bechtel, Cushing, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Wilson, Broken Arrow, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rossander and family, Still- water; Mrs. Sherry Lynn Seg- gern and children, Halley, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bechtel and children, Cush- ing, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Leisher and children. A recent visitor with Glen- coe friends was Philltp Royal, Michigan. Phil was a former have spent the past severaldays Mrs. Ted Matlock and child- United Methodist minister here. visiting with Mrs. FlemingPsren, Tulsa; and Curtis andLori father, DlckStephens, and her Robinson, Collinsville. HF Noighbor sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday visitors with Mrs. S Vince Brunken. Earn Bethards were her sis- Sunday dinner guests with Mr. ters, Mrs. Mary Ann Frick, ~' and Mrs. Frank Gateswere Mr.Maramac; and Vera Manning, and Mrs. Dewayne Courtright,Pawnee. __~"~\~U~ Rlpley. In the evening, Ronnie "~ Gates and friend, LindaBroom- Mrs. Helen Williams, Yale, ~,~_ / field, and Mr. and Mrs. Garywas a Sunday evening guest / Weather, Rtngwood; visited with with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. ~ ' the Gates. Ronnie and Mrs. Weathers are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gates. Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates visited the Glennwood Cemetery In the Eden Chapel area. They spent the evening with Mrs. Courtrtght's sister- In-law, Mrs. Opal Courtrlght. Emmett Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Young- er are visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Lowry. They have been living in Saudl Arabia. Mrs. Younger will be here about a month and he will continue to his new as- signment in Singapore, where III I Ill 000 and bring it to us along with $98 in cash, check or money order and we'll open a $100 REGULAR PASSBOOK SAVINGS ACCOUNT in your nan..., or we'll add the $2 and your $98 to the regular Passbook Savings account you already have with us. OUR $2 CONTRII rrloN COULD IE THE START OF SOMETHING BIG FOR YOUI Ube~ Fede~s Rquler Pmd~4c Sevinge ~111 ~ you ,by b to dey out, ,nnueny, compounded coe m, udy iron ddlyl ea ~S dey b, sis, which ,ctwlly mum you n~lve S.l~% ,mmeny. Abe, yw here ep m of recelvlns interese d ckll m4m ly... queerly er edd to yeur eccouN nd compeunded It the ~me rite. Invu# er ~ NyNme, eny amount and ~ In~rNt fnNn of ~ m deee ef ~awd. LIBERTY Seviqs & LNn seckn Stlm We ~o, ~ of People-Helping.., We Wlmt To Do ~el Notv oven to were 7/ou in our "tempormlf' balding --lal $ot I I IIII I I III I I " " A