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PAGE 4 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKIN$, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, JUNE 14, t962 Tryon News W Betty Cable Our local 4-H club representat- ives to the Annual 4-H Roundup held in Stillwater May 29 to J~ne I won several honors. The follow- ing girls attended and their state awards were: Margaret Tomlinson entered in Co-operative speech, wo second in the District and was awarded a white gold wrist watch; Leslie Fowler gave an indiY~u~ demonstration on "Eleetricy" and won third in the state; 3udy Sloan and Patty Sadler g~ave a "CoIlon Clothing" demonstration, placed fourth in the state and won a cash award. Mrs Schreiner sponsored these girls on their projects which made this trip to the Roundup possible. Miss Sharon Flynn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delton Flynn was one of lhe tweNty-five hundred Okla- homa girls v~ho attended the state assembly of the Order of Rain'bow for Girls held in Enid recent~. The session lasted three days. Mrs NI.C. Sloan. Mr and Mrs Gerald Sloan and Judy, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hall, and Mrs Befl~ Traver attended the Saturday wedding of Miss Janice Rollins and Paul Miner Vassar in Tulsa. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Win. A. Vassar of Chandler and the grandson of Mr and Mrs M.C. Sloan of Tryon. Mrs Virgil Beane of Ch".co, Calif is here visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Cowger and Deloris, who have just returned from a trip to Morrilton, Ark., where they attended the graduat- ion of their granddaughter Penny Lea. daughter of Mr and Mrs Wallace Cowger. Penny has en- rolled in Airline Hostess training and has begun her training since June 9. Mr and Mrs Harold .~mith and daughter of Sumner. Wash. are visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs Arlie Smit~h. A family reunion was held on 'Saturday honoring these relatives. Mr and Mrs J.W. Carder and Mr and ~Irs Ervin Castleberry spent the weekend in Catoosa visiting Mr and Mrs Blankenship, and fishing at a nearby lake. Miss Beth Martin was honored with a bridal shower on May 31 at the Tyron Baptist church. She was the bride-elect of Mr J.D. Tarlton. The couple were married June 9 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Thurman Martin southeast of Tryon. The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs Charlie Tarlton. Rev. John Rich- ards. pastor of Tryon B~ptisCt church officiated. Friday marked the completion of two Vacation Bible schools here. A combined school sponsored by the Christian and Christian Union churches was held last week. Pri- cipal. DeEtba Shelton reports an enrollmen~ of 30 with an average attendance of 28. Teachers and their departments were: nursery. Patty Sadlev and Margaret Little; primary, Judy Sloan; teenagers, Kim Shelton,; heipers, Thelma Bounds and Evelyn Hicks. Patty Sadler and Judy Sloan had charge of the music. The First Baptist church reports an enrollment of 58 with average attendance of 50. Josie Bostian was principal and workers~[ere: inter~ediate depar,tment,P~tla Hall and Billye Endicatt;Junior department, June Kirkp~rick and Olive Richards; primary depart- ment, Betty Jo Stan~on, Kathleen Johnson and Inez Holman; begin- ner department, Margaret Tomlin- son and Omega Tomlinson; nur- sery departrner~t, Janis Westfall, May Jones and Theressa Amrine; Too Late To Classify CaN Cf Thanks I wish to give rrfy slnoe~c thanks to aM Who helped make ponible my trip to Girls State. It has been a very eventful and ~lucatlonal week which I 4halt n~ver forflst. 8Celia Nelson Hearaldean. Westfall was the pia- nist and secretary and Janis Westfall led the singing. Mrs H. I. Jones left for Iowa to see her mother. Mrs Bessie Hicks and to accompany her on a trip to Yellowstone park where they will meet Mrs Jones' sister, Marion who lives in Juneau. Alaska. Mrs A.D. Moore left Saturday for a summer visit with Mr and Mrs Earl Crouse and Mr and Mrs Wayne Moore and Larry who live in Inglewood, CaBI. t~ome for summer vacation from college are: Lloyd Ray Oow- get who has been attending Ok- mulgee teOhl~l college; De Ann Kirkpatrlck and Jerry Sloan both students ,at Central state college in Edmond. Mrs Charles Alexander and dau- ghter arrived Sunday for a visit with her ,parents, Mr and Mrs Ivy Westfall. The Alexanders live in Elkhart, Ind. Sp[4 and Mrs Clark Hodson and daughter, Teressa Lynn have come from Fort Polk, La. to vislt Mr and Mrs C~rl Lewis and Mx and Mrs Arnold Hodson. Mr and Mrs DurreiI Craven and children have moved here from Midwest City. They have bought the property belonging to Ferrell Howerton. Mrs Craven is the former Beverly Hicks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bud Hicks. 130 N. Main PERKINS LI 7-2786 --Expert Repairs and Service on all makes TV's and small appliances -- Kelly Powell Says: Check These Values! HERE ARE SOME OF OUR EVERYDAY PRICES: GENERATOR STARTERS 6 or12 Volt BALANCE , o PLUS WEIGHTS i WHEEL ALIGNMENT MOST CARS At All Grocers Markets Distributors Cushing Wholesale Ccmpany 'O Top left--Chevy II Nova Speyr~ Coupe Fore,faunal--Impala Convertible *FoF right--Corralr Monza Club Coupe YOU'LL FIND JUST THE CAR AT JUST THE PRICE AT YOUR ,CHEVROLET DEALER'S , NET:STOP S H OP P I NG!!: EN T ER! Pick from 34 models during CHEVY'S Golden Sales Jubilee! No look-alike styling. No hand-me- down ideas. You do your choosing from three altogether different lines of cars. Like the line that's way out front as America's favorite buy --the luxurious Jet-smooth Chev- rolet. Or the spiffy thrift car with so many new ideas--the Chevy II. Easy to look at, easy to ride in, easy to keep up. Then there's the nimble rear engine Corvair--still in a class all by itself. So why settle for the look-alike, drive-alike cars when you can get Chevrolet de- pendability in three different varieties? See th ChevroIet, Chevy II and Corvagr at your local authorized Chevro[e z dv.' , " .......................................................... :; /:'" t.ann A: Wnl/li n|tu 123 [. 8th Phol