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Perkins, Oklahoma
June 8, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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June 8, 1967

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THE PERKINS JOURNAL Oak-Dale News wea- attended the May 27. and visitors Thompson Still- Enid; Ruby Min- Pauline and Mrs. City; and Perry. who were LaNorma Hazel Manor, Low- and the pre- sent Home Builder members as hosts Last week. Charles Nessling, Perry, Okla.. was buried in the Clarkson Cemetery. Funeral services were in Perry. Charles was seven when he came to Ok- lahoma and would have been 85 in July, He lived most of his life in this area. He is sur- vived by a sister, Anna, of Per- ry, and several nieces and nep- hews. sidents of this community at the Clarkson cemetery, Sunday and Memorial Day, who came to pay espect to thier departed loved ones who are resting there. Mrs. Katie Pepmiller is home from the Guthrie hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore were recent visitors in Harrah. and attended the annual Harrah rodeo. * *-." Services Are Held The Carrierl family annual re- " -: 'r . T  o union was at he Clarkson Chur- Jor r rea J. t;reager .' ,.. ",: runeratservices for rec jonn at ltler:OOvnern:%any former re- C;:lt, iV2cd:hdnSU2d,e May of 72, were held in the Perkins First Christian Church, Wednes- day, May 31, at 2:30 p.m, with the key. Bryant Badger officia- ting. day! " every was held at the Cush- ing Fairlawn Cemetery. Creager was born in West- weekends) line, Mo., JanuarYand 20,Mrs.1895,Robertthe on son of Mr. Creager. He was married to Rova Canada at Perkins. She died in 1961 and Creager was fares Santa your Santa Fe trip of the week, and our famous trains. the family of five pictured flee. The older children Years) go round trip for half tim ticket. Morn goes round trip Only Dad pays a fuil fare. family on an exciting Santa Fe the Southwest Sun Country, to or to Canada's Expo 67 through now. Pay later. /br/ married to Gladys Woolsey at Claremore, November 6, 1964. A veteran of World Veer 1, he lived in Payne County most of his life. He served as clerk of the board of education for Oak Grove District 13, and was a nember of the Ripley Chrislian Church and the Perkins American Le- gion. Survivors, in addition to his wife, include two daughters; Mrs. Mildred I. Whitaker, Kellyville. and Mrs. Marguerite A. Fox. Tulsa: three brothers; AIIu Creager, Perkins, Henry Creager, Cushing, and Gene Creager. Booneville, Mo.: two sis.ers; Mrs. Edith Morley, Sioux City, Iowa, and Mrs. Ruth Knox, Glencoe: and five grandchildren. i ITEM-" Paint the proper way. 'On verUcal siding, paint the ! grooves between the boards first and then do the faces. On hori-  zontal siding, paint the bottom i of each board first, then do the face. , * $ ITEM: If your budget won't permit you to build a much- needed bathroom, see ff you : can't find some waste space in an old closet, pantry, under a stairwell or at the end of a hall for a compact powder room that will ease the strain on existing bathroom facilities. You can in- stall a powder room in a space as little as 4 x 5 feet. Lavatories and water closets that can be installed in corners are available for rooms with unusual shapes. ITME: Iron-on tape may loosen when garments are washed, but you can press the tape back in place. Whether to use tape insteadof a hem depends on several things. Among them are: Can you make the hem stable without making it rigid; the tape show through the fabric; can you press the fabric at the temperature needed to ob- tain a strong bond with thetape. ITEM: For a quick treat for daildren, put graham crackers on a baking sheet. Sprinklechoc- olate, butterscotch or caramel flavor chips on top of crackers, then press halves of marshmal- lows -- cut side down- onto the chips. Heat in oven at 350 degrees about five minutes or urCil- ddpsae oft enough to pread. 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