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PAGE 8 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1962 den Chapel by Donna Murlln _ .... :~,.,~.~..~,b--~ There were 36 attending church Sunday. We want to welcome ev- ery one to church at Eden Chapel. Kay Bartrum and Carol Reed were Friday and Saturday gues,ts of Mellie and Kaye Burton. We would like to congratulate Mr and Mrs Robert Barjembruch of Welling, Tex., who were marl~- led June 2. Mrs Robert Barjem- br~ch was formerly Miss Cathryn Potter; daughter of Mrs Violet Potter. Mr and Mrs Alva Murlin, Mrs Grace Jk~es, Mr and Mrs Lela lV~honey, Mrs Alene Tie and Mrs Etheridge all attended the funer- al of their aunt, Mrs Belle MurlYn Wednesday in Vici. Okla. Mr and Mrs Clay Van Zandt had as their last week visitors their daughter and grandson, Vic. ki and Gene Shepard of Plainview Texas. Mrs Delores Bates and tamity spent l~he weekend with her folks Mr and Mrs John Inman. Mrs Ruth Webb and Mrs Ruby Blackwell and son called on Mr and Mrs Alva Murlin, Joan and Louise Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Joe Etheridge spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wayne Taylor and family, Mrs Verlin Nelson had ,part of her Sunday school class as Sunday dinner guests. They were: Mellie Burton, Linda Nelson, Jane Wells and Sue Burton. Afternoon guests were B~rbara Wells and Joan Murlin. Mrs Grace Jones. Don Black, Jimmy and Willie Etheridge and Mr and Mrs John Inman visited Mrs Edith Murlin Sunday after- noon. The night services will be at Lost Creek next Sunday night. NEWS Clayton News .: By Mrs. Jennie Busch Junior Cash and C.L. Kirk re- paired their combines and were to start on th~ grain fields, when more rain delayed the operation. Mr and Mrs Prank Hayes arriV- ed from California to vis, it relat- ives. Mr Hayes isa brother to Mrs Pearl Busch. Mr and Mrs Frank Hayes took his parents, Mr and Mrs Levi Hayes to Texas to spend the week~- end wKh Frank's sister, Mrs Luc- ile Rader and family. Bennie Ringwald and family ~[' Kansas City, Me. spent several days with his parer~ts, Mr and ] Mrs Leslie Ringwald and family. His uncle, Otto Ringwald from Chilicothe, Me. made the tril~ from Kansas City. They all returned home last weekend. Mr and Mrs Frank Busch's two daugl~ters and families spen~ the weekend here. Mr and Mrs George Greenwood of S,troud spent Wednesday here with Mr and Mrs Frank Busch. Otto Ringwald was an evemng visitor. Mr and Mrs Jewell Busch and daughter, Dorothy and sons visit- ed Mr and Mrs Frank Busch Sun- day evening. One of the largest snakes seen here was killed by Frank Busch. It was six feet and four inches long. it was calleda chicken snake. It's important for everyone toI ge~: enough milk, Milk's nutrients I build healthy bones and teeth. promote clear skin and steady ner- ves. Milk is one of our best source's of calcium and the B-vitamin rib- oflavin. It is almost impossible to gel enough of these nutrients with less than the recommended quant. ities of milk. There's many a way to get milk in your family's meals. Now. dur- ing June. the Dairy month, is a food time.to start increasing your family's consumption of this heal- thful food. Most people find milk a very daily milk quota by drinking it plairi. However, there are many ways to get milk into the daily efreshing beverage and get their fare and add nutritive and flavor- .ful dividends to your family's diet. For more milk at breakfast pour hot milk over poached eggs or toast. Use milk instead of wat- er in cooking cereals, following the directions usually given on the cereal package. Step up milk value in many foods containing fluid milk by adding dry milk. This can be done when preparing soups, mashed .t~tatoes, cereals, and other cooked foods. Four tablespoons of dry milk 9 to each cup of fluid milk will make the dish you are preparing twice as rich in milk value as when you use fluid milk alone. Puddings and pie fillings made with evaporated milk will yield more o~ milk's nutritive value if two or more parts evaporated milk are added to one part water Roquefort also make a tasty spro cad if you thin. them a little with cream. Blue, Gorgonzola, Gouda and Edam are good dessert cheeses, too. So are any of the semi.soft ripned varieties--Brick, Bel Paese, Muenster and Port du Salut. Use the hard Italian cheeses, like Parmesan and Romano, for grating. Cottage cheese is a .~,~,a., favor- ite--and with fruits, vegetables or nuts it can be turned into a tasty dip or sandwich spread. All cheese--whatever your cho- Ice-are good for your health be- cause they're made with milk. And this month they should be good instead of the usual half and half ~ for your budget, too, because dur- proportion. Cream soups, creamed custardsi~ ing t)airy Month, cheese is one of or scalloped main dishes, :cmr best food buys. and other milk puddings help build up milk in meals. A Che~ese For Every Taste During June Dairy Month There's a cheese to suit every taste and every need. That seems to he a slogan am- ong cheeseTnakers--and I believe it when I see the variety available. During June Dairy Month will be a good time to experiment a bit with some differen, t varieties whi- ch you haven't tried before. Let's start with the old favoriteg --Cheddar, Swiss, and Provolene. These are good for appetizers, sandwiches, snacks and hot dishes. Semi-soft cheese--Bel Paese, Brick, Port du Salut and Muenster --make good snacks. They're the rigl~t consister~cy to serve in chu- nks and chips with crackers. If you're looking for a cheese to spread, choose Camembert or Limburger. Blue, Gorgonzola and HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTION FILLED AT Tiger Drug Store ELMER PHILLIPS WALTER DeLONG Dial FR 2-7900 824 S. Walnut -- Stillwater SALES--- SERVICE --RENTALS ---Calcu lators~Typewrite rs--- ~Adding Machines--- FRANCIS M. PRATT Manager ~zrAM~LtXX~ Iq I.I1aO, 0 ~ --, k,m,6. S~,~.. Oil,,m* Remember Those Good Old-Fashioned Values? WARD CHEVROLET BRINGS VALUE BACK DURING ITS GOLDEN SALES iii! Mr and Mrs F.G. Souders of Bristow and Mrs Nora James were guests In the tmme of Mr and Mrs Francis lVlarkee and Mrs Nell Ruther on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Francis Markee had as their guests Wed;tesd~y evemng f~r a picnic supper, Rev. and Mrs Robert Oocke and boys, Mr and' Mrs O.W. Smith and Mr and Mrs W.H. Fisher o Stillwa{er. Guests later on in the evening were Mr and Mrs Elmo Barnes. Mrs Nora James accompanied her daughter, Mr and Mrs F.G. Souders to their home in Br~stow Sunday for an extended visit. Mr and Mrs Ralph Stewart from Newkirk visited Sunday with the Lee Kirks. Mr and Mrs D.L. Mantle from StilJwater visited Mr and Mrs George Jacob Friday evening. Mrs Mantle is M~ Jacob's sister. Mr and Mrs Manford Cook, Sue and Mrs Lucy Graham visited the Chester Grahams in Sapu~pa Sat- urday. Mrs Graham s per~ the week with them. Mrs Myron Graham and daugh. ters were Sunday visitors ot Mr and Mrs Manford Cook and Sue. Mr and Mrs John Bateson and boys from Perkins, Mr and Mrs Leon Bateson from Stillwater, Mr and Mrs Roy Pennington and son from Stillwater and Mrs Pauline Hatting and boys from Stillwater were Sunday visitors of Mrs Till!e Bateson and family. Mrs Bessie Cole attended a birthday picnic Sunday at Couch park in StHlwater. It was honor. ing Mrs Monroe and Mr Clarence Cole. Mrs R.L. Benedict spent several days last week visiting her son, R.L. Benedict jr of Porma City. Mr and Mrs Ben Shipley from Greensburg, Kan and Gary David- son from Kansas City, Karl. re- cently visited in the Howard Carl- eton home. Mr and Mrs Carl Mahar and Eddie went to Tryon Sunday to visit with Mrs Mahar's sister and family, Mr and Mrs Thurman Bounds~ Elegant, Jet Smooth Chevrolets... 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