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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1962 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA PAGE li Lost Creek News By K~'h!een Edmondson Ray. and Mrs Pearson visited Mrs Ila Cross Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs George Wallen and sons of Tulsa spent the weekend with her parents, Mr an~ Mrs Wilfred Overholt and Maurice. Mr and Mrs Earl Adkins and family visited Saturday with Mr and M:': ,;ew~l Kales in Stillwat- er. Mr and Mrs .Ion Bartram and family of Oklahoma City spent Friday n ighl and Saturday with Mr and Mrs Ray Bartram and family. Mr Jack Caldwell of Wichita visited his mother and brothers, Mrs S.C. Caldwell, Dale and Lewis. Mrs Hazel Baker of Glendale, Calif., Mrs ZelIa Fisher of Still- water and Mbs Bessie Cole of Per- kins were all Thursday afternoon visitors of Mrs Ray Herod. Mrs Herod and Mrs Baker hadn't seen each other in 40 years. Mr and Mrs Frank Kirby visited Rev. and Mrs Pearson Tuesday evening. Beth and Susan Kates were Fri- day overnight guests of the Earl Adkins. Camilla Burton spent Monday afternoon wi.th Kay Bertram. Mrs Hazel Baker, Mrs ZeUa Fisher and Mrs Bessie Cole visit- ed Mrs Ila Cross Thursday. Mrs Lloyd Edmondson, Kathleen and Ken:.~..th visited with Mrs Lela Edmono.~an and Mrs Lillie Cundit[ at the hospital Saturday after- noon. Ernest and Beth Adkins were Friday overnigh, t guests of Mr and Mrs Jewel Kates in Stillw~t- er. Mrs Lorayne West and Janet, Mrs Leroy Blair and sons and Mr! and Mrs Gary West and Randy spen, t Sunday afternoon with Mr, and Mrs Ray Herod. Friends Chapel by Joan Bostian Mr and Mrs Bill Scott of Sum- ner were Thursday evening visit- ors in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs J.D. Longan and chi- ldren. Mr and Mr~s Leon Bostian and boys had as their Satt~rday even- ing supper guests her parents, Mr and Mrs Ross Archer of Stiltwater. Mrs E.D. Rogers and Dick:e were weekend guests of her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Lincoln Wallace of Dew. While there, Mrs Rogers attended a bridal shower in honor of her niece, Mrs Patsy Smith. Mr and Mrs Lyle Rasmussen were Tuesday evening guests of l his mother, Mrs Josie Rasmussen of Stillwater. Mr and lVlrl Clifford O.md~ visited Sundab, afternoon with his mother, Mrs Lily Cundiff who is a patient in the Stillwater hospit- al. Mrs AI!',~ Cook of Stillwater spent a few days last,week with her son, Mr and Mrs Manford Cook and Sue. Mr and Mrs Doug Young of Ponca City were Sunday after- noon guests of Mr and ~YIrs J.D. Longan, Scotty and Paula June. im mllmm m i m I I I I I I I by Clarence W. Cowa., Manager, Perkins Ilmmdllm~mmlelllllllllllllfmlmlltllm~mlulllllr, qilmlljwillmvlml Repair Service The next.time you get a bill to cover repairs to some appliance in your home or for replacing parts in your auto, take a long, apprecia- tive look at your telephone. Considering the amount of usage it gets, the telephone is an amaz- ingly trouble-free mechanism. The majority of our customers seldom need to have their phones repaired. Should trouble develop from nor- mal usage, however, repairs are made quickly and without addi- tional charge. Good, fast repair service comes about because telephone people genuinely feel their job is important. The "spirit of service" is found all along the line. Kind of old fashioned, but it's there. This is just another reason why you can count on your tele- phone when you need it most. Telephone Teomwork Frequently, in this column, you have heard me mention that telephone service provided by the Bell System is "nationwide" in scope. It is nationwide. There are Bell companies in every state. But all telephone companies are not Bell companies by any means. As a matter of fact, one-sixth of the telephones in the United States are operated by some 3,200 neighbor companies. Here in Oklahoma there are 105 telephone companies be- sides Southwestern Bell. We do not compete with these companies. We connect with them. Their lines are joined to ours to carry Long Distance messages. Thus, if you are served by a comiiany not a part of the Bell System, you can still be connected with practically any telephone in the United States. Day by day teamwork between telephone companies enable:: practically anyone, anywhere in the country to pick up a tele- phone and talk to anyone, anywhere else, clearly and quickly, This is a fact of great importance in the interest of furnishing our nation the finest communications system in the world. Summer Planning By now most of us have begun thinking about our summer- time plans. Many of us plan to travel. A few. more will stay home and get things done. Others will go away to some camp or resort. But whatever your plans, it's just good sense to use Long Distance to make your summer more pleasant. For vacation planning, as an example, it's smart to call ahead for arrangements and reservations. For arranging visits with friends, too, a call ahead of time will make your welcome warmer when you stop by. Long Distance is also the answer for ~eeping in touch with home or office while you're on vacation or with members of your family while they're away. And tb4e. nicest, most personal way to say "thank you" to friends you've visited after you've returned home Is a per- sonal telephone call. So whether you're going _places or staying home to get things done, remember that Long Distance telephoning is the convenient way to make this summer pleasant and satisfying. Call by ~umber... It's Twice as Fastl SOUTHWESTERN BELL OKLAHOMA Also visiting in the Long, an. home were Mr and Mrs Gary Crenshaw of Stillwater and Arlln and Rod- ney Bostian. Friends Chapel Bible school closed Friday wi,th a program Fri- day night. There was a total of 35 enrolled. Mr and Mrs Virgil Longan apent Sunday with their daugh,ter, Mr and Mrs Duane Crtssip, Rodney and Randy of Helena. LOCAL NEWS Weekend guests of Mr= Pearl Krater were her niece and son, Hulda Wallis and Joe of Filer, Idaho, and her daughter, Doris Moore and son and daughter of Twin Falls, Idaho. Mrs Cora Emerson,of Linty, and H.C. Stand~ield and son of Stillwater were recent visitors of Mrs John In.man. Mrs Emerson is Mrs Imnan's aunt whom she had not seen in. 10 years. Visitors over the weekend In the John Inman home were their daughter, Mrs Deloris Bates and R. V. Clark, D.V.M. Veterinarian Clinic Phone LI 7-244~ Residence Phone LI 7.2650 PERKINS, OKLAHOMA U S E D Cars and Trucks The written warranty Indorsed by Chevrolet Division of Gen. eral Motors. This warranty is the warranty our many happy repeat customers receive when purchasing from us. Ward Chevrolet One block east of Stillwatet Banks children of Oklahoma City, Mr Leonard Majors and Kelvin of Coyle, Mr and Mrs Lloyd FEte of Stillwater and a cousin, John In- man of Oklahoma City. Mr and Mrs Ray Loud and chi. ldren of Houston, Tex. are visit- ing Mrs Maude Hanks and others here. Vlvian Thomas, Lela and Mary Inman called at the Chsr]Je B1zrt home in Sti~lwater Saturday. Mr and Mr= Francis Mirkee made a business trip to Lawton on Monday. Mrs H.W. Inman and children visited Mrs Oney Taylor and chi- ldren Saturday. Oaly a interest A JB A N K pays interest, not dividends. It accepts your money as a de- posit, uses some of it and pays you lhr the privilege. \Vhat it pays you is an agreed upon percentage whether or not the bank earns a profit, and that interest must be paid, regard]css. A B A N X is bound to return your deposit, and accumuhted interes:, when you ask for it. It is required by hw to do so, not just as an accommodation, So be sure, when you accumulate savings, to deposit them in a bank. A ~ .lk N ~ is the safest place to deposit your savings. Every deposit is insured up to $zo,ooo by an instrumentality created by the U. S. Government exclusively for banks, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Oklahoma Bankers Association There's nothing like money in the BANK ! i .. ;reuah up to I I!lelri Liv mg A Gold Medallion signifies the highest S:a:b: fe:f quality the electrical Industry / These outstbnding homes are certified /s by OG&E only after meeting the high / standards in electric appllance% e lighting, electric circults, and / flameless electric cooling and / heating. / When you invest in a Gold / Medalllon.Homew you'll find , a greoter future value...... / because it will be modem ; for many years to come. J 1 Y g !. $ I I I I t