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Area Mrs. Sherman Bower Betty Fritchman in a car accident, escaped with bruises but Betty to the Stillwater Observation. The wrecked but the ~ot receive serious KI mbrough, Kansas, ispre- her sister, Mr. Kroutil and other Klmbrough is Gertrude Gallagh- the Glen- Citizensp Center, will begin at OSU Mon- is a recipient of SCholarship, was StUdent this past Emmett Blan- visltor s sister and Mrs. Dan George Castoe, who has been confined to a Talahlna Hospital for some time, is presently home for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Gant, Stillwater, visited Sunday with Mr. Grant's father, Arthur Cant and his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gant. Wednesday evening, Ralph Paxton was honored with a birthday ~4celebration~' in the home of his brother and fam- ily, Mr. and ~ Mrs. Edward Paxton, Maramac. Those pre- sent were Mr. and Mrs. Char- ley Paxton, Mr. and Mrs. Merle King and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hawk, Stillwater, John McGeehee, Arthur Paxton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Paxton, and the honoree and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paxton. Larry Cant, Stlllwater, was a weekend guest of his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gant. Mrs. Walter Lin- Wayne attended Reunion, Sunday. Re- from Norman, Tulsa, Glencoe Approxi mately basket dinner ~yer a family al- featuring pictures of -- and photo- ~entoes of past is a focal point each family oc- Longora, Paw- Weekend with Mr~. and She also relatives and area. with Mr. were their Janell, Still- Callers were Klncaid and Mahlo. in the home Mur - Son and family, and children, Ft, and their daugh-- Cedar had Sun- anOther daugh- Mr. and Others were Mr. Mr. and and children, Rick Hes- :s. Merle King, re Sunday din.- her parents, Charley Paxton. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson, Seminole, were Thursday visit- ors with Mr. and Mrs. Char- ley Paxton, Mrs. Johnson is a niece of Mrs. Paxton. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dod- son, Lisa and Teresa, visited in Tonkawa, Sunday, with Mrs. Dodson's sister, Dovie Teach- man. Teresa Dodson left Sunday for Glassgow, Montana, where she will spend the summer with her uncle and family, Mr.andMrs. John Dodson. Mrs. Andy Murphy and Mrs. Ann Dee Barrows were Thurs- day visitors in Altus. They brought Mrs. Murphy's mother, Myrtle Mayfield, back with them. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Murphy were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnett and children, Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore and daughter, Ramona, and Mrs. George Castoe spent last week on a fishing trip to Grand Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morse and Doyce spent the week- end visiting family and friends in Nacona, Texas. During the weekend they stopped and visit- ed Mrs. Morse's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grotte, Grainesville, Texas. ILLNESS Mrs. Myrtle Mayfield is pre- sently a patient in the Still- water Hospital. Mrs. Lyle Raupe, daughter of Winnie Lazenby, is a patient in an Oklahoma City Hospital. It is reported she ls making a slow but definite progress. SEE THE BEAUTIFUL HEW ELECTRIC HOMES IN Heights---Perkins S.E. 3rd 409 S.E. 3rd !S.E. 3rd 115 Cimarron South homes with all electric kitchens, shag carpet, electric central r C nditioning, 2 car carports or at- AdDMINISTRATION OR CONVENTIONAL LOANS Built and For Sale by HARLAND WELLS Builder.Developer.Real Estate 372-NA0 S47-21123 The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 14, 1973 - 13 With costs up for about everything, you may have concluded you can't get much for your telephone dollar any- more. If that's the case, we can help. Because we think your telephone should be more useful and economical, we want you to have The Bargain Book. Thirty valuable tips to help you get the most from your service. You'll find, for example, six tips to help you save money when calling Long Distance. And five easy ways to shop or conduct business by phone. We offer something of value to your wi ole family.., even a handy tele- phone identification card for your chil- dren's use in emergencies. To get The Bargain Book, fill out and mail the coupon. Mail to: Southwestern Bell P. O. Box 972 St. Louis, Missouri 63188 Name |turf City ___ State _____Zip_