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June 21, 1962     The Perkins Journal
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PAGE 2 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, JUNE 21, East Side, West Side, all AROUND the 70 N Mr and Mrs Max Mihura and sons. Mark and Bryan of Colum- bus. Miss. are visiting Mr~LC. Magee. Mrs Mihura is Mrs M:~ gee's d~aughter. Mr and Mrs Chandler Magee and daughter, Cindy were week- end guests of Mrs L. C. Magee. Mr and Mrs David Brake, Mrs Gladys Rakes and Ronnie of Still- water and Mr and Mrs Roy Fagan of Perkins were Sunday vi~itm-s in the S. Fagan home. Mr and Mrs Donald Moser and Pat~ica of Tulsa visited Mr and Mrs Jack Moser and Mr and Mrs DeWayne Moser, Kim and Tamera Dee over the weekend. Mr and Mrs E.W. Ewing and children, Jan and T.obby of Chic- ago visited his brother and fam- ily, Dr. and Mrs R.K. Ewing, R.K. and Nancy last week. Mr and Mrs Charles Kilvoure from GutQrie and Mrs Edgar Rains and ~our children from Henne~ey were Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs J. T. Rams. Mrs Sybil Norris and Mrs Avis Sparkman spent the weekend with their sister, Mrs Alta Rentfrow. Mr and Mrs Bert Hardy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Doyle Hardy and family. Jim Hileman of Wichita, Kan. v;sited the Doyle Hardys Saturday evening. Mrs Ethel Schlegel and Mrs Sophia Rogers attended the Har- mon reunion Sunday at Cushing Park. Mr and Mrs Lee Loope~r of Ok- Mhoma City visited Sunday with Mrs Looper's m~ther, Mrs Lillie gollins. Mr and Mrs Johnny Buck were Thursday event.rig supper guest= ef ~dr Buck's parents, Mr az~d Mrs Leormrd Buck of Tryon, Avis Sparkman, Alta R~entfrow, Mrs Nellie West and ,daughter, Lenora, Mrs Aliie Stumbo and t~osm Davidson of Stillwater were Thursday evening guests of Mrs Gold~a Stalcup. Mr and Mrs Joe Sanders of Tul. sa and Mr and Mrs Doyle Cook of Drumright were June 10 guests o.f Mr and Mrs O.W. Smith. Mr and Mrs Earl Bachman of Pauls Valley were June 9 and 10 guests of Mr and Mrs O.W. Smith. Mr and Mrs J.T. Recer from Jal, N.M. are visiting Mr Recer's mother. Mrs Minnie Recer. Mr and Mrs Joe Russell, Mrs Emma Harn~on and Mr and Mrs Melvin Franks and Brenda Kay were Sundtay visitors of Mr and Mrs Vern Wells. Mr and Mrs Gl'en Evans and children and Mrs ~Iyl'lle Rogcys of Shawnee visited Saturday with Mrs Emma Harmon. Mr and Mrs Paul Salsman and three children from Obeeti'e, Tex. visited a week with Mr and Mrs Paul Weems. recently. Mr and Mrs Paul Salsman visit. ed Sgt. and Mrs Johnnie Weems at bawton Monday and Tuesday. Mrs Salsman is Mr Weems' ~ister. Mr and Mrs John Harkdlroad of Wayn=oka visited last Tuesday wLth Mr and Mrs Paul Weems. Mrs Harkdlroad is Mr Weems' sisler. M rs Ruth Courtright visited Monday with Mrs Paul Weems. Mr and Mrs John Collins and Mr and Mrs Leo Jacks visited Sat- urday evening in the Paul Weems home. Mr and Mrs Victor Denny and children of Stillwater were Sun- day visitors in the Daul Weems home. Mrs Denny and Mrs Weems are sisters. Mrs Rosie Davidson of Stillwat- er spent Tuesday of last week with Mrs Lenora West. Mr and Mrs Orlin Smith and Pamela spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Glen Houston. Mr and Mrs C.W. Lambert from Stillwater and Mr and Mrs R.L. I-Iarrlson came to celebrate Fath- er's day with Mr and Mrs C.A. Harrison. Mrs Pearl Krater, Mrs Avis Sparkm'an and Mrs Alta Rentfrow visited SuncSay evening with Mrs Earl Hughes. Steve Harrison from Fairview, Charles Harrison from Midwest City and Micheal Lambert from Stillw~ter trove been staying with the C.A. Harrisons for the last two weeks. Mrs Ed Pour and two boys of StHlwater, Mr ~and Mrs Lyle Coufftright and family of Stillw~t,. T ,Te's nothing like a t er and Mr and Mrs Earl Court-, in the Bert Marshall home recent- weekend in the Jess right visited Sunday with Mr and [ lY'Judy Imcne. Mrs F. Cour~right. I Mr and Mrs Frank White a~l. Lacy is sl~ending the week Roy. and Mrs David Hill and :: daughter, Ann Louis" of Cahtorn,,'" ,~ with her sister, Mrs Geraldine AI- MrsChildrenje~s Of NeitmanStillwaterwereandsaturdS~,Mr visited Mrs Blanche Chiles over Ion. evening guests of Mr and the weekend. Mrs Hill is Mrs Chiles' ~zranddaughter. Mr and Mrs Enoch Kenworthy of New York and Mr and Mr'~ Enoch Kenworthy jr. and two sons of Kansas City, Kan. visited with Mrs Blanche Chiles Sunday. Mr and Mrs Rex Mayfield and Debbie from Stillwater and Mr tg. E. Stanton were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Guy Adams and Barbara. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper are here from Santa Anna. Calif. Mrs Cooper is taking care of her moth- er, Mrs A.C. Holbrook, who has been a patient in theS,tillwater hospital. Mr Coope~ has been visiting his moCher. Mrs Myrllo Cooper. Mrs Mary Allen from Indiana visited Mrs Myrtle Cooper last Friday. Mrs Allen was formerly Miss Mary Lowery of Perkins. Mrs Bert Huls and two daugh- ters, Barbara and Margaret from Denver, Colo. visited in the R.L. Benedict home over the weekend. Barbara and Margaut are spend- ing the week with Mr and Mrs Benedict. Mr and Mrs Martin O'Harra, Farron and Mike from Ot,tumwa. Lowa are visiting in the Tom Chrystal home. Mr M,artin is Mr Chrystal's cousin. Mr John Andricks spent Satur- day evemng visiting the Bert Mar- Shalls. Mr and Mrs H.D. Marshall and son, Marvin from Guthrie viM.ted Mr and Mrs Phil Hughes and children and Mr and Mrs Wayne Allen were Sunday gue~ of M.r and Mrs Jim Lacy and girls. They celebrated Mr and Mrs Lacy's 37 wedding anniversary. Mrs Tillie Rumlnor spent the, Carl Mahar. Mr and Mrs Lawre~ge LaflCl# from Drumrigh~t were Sund$~ visitors of Mrs J.L. Lafi.tte. Mr and Mrs Thomas Lafitff [ and son. Tommy from McAleStet Mrs J.L. Lafitte. are visiting Kelly Powell Says: Check These Values! . HERE ARE SOME OF OUR EVERYDAY PRICES: GENERATOR STARTERS 6 ~ 12 Volt $14.20 WH'EEL BA~NCE PLUS WEIGHTS WH~EEL ALIGNMENT MOST CARS ................. I AD,}UST OTHER SERVICES INcLUDE: BRAKES Adjust or Overhaul All Autonva~c Tr~n~i~d~ Engine Tune-up, Major or Mino~ Reline Brakes with Bonded Li~ngs Stillwater Safety Lane 106 E. 13th KELLY POWELL, Owner----FR 2.7054 This er 011ment is for e ery0ne ..-. except those who work where there are more than 10 employees. , v. ]hose who do are eligible anytime, : ~,;~ but =dy through a c0 any em- ployee gro' p. Everyone else, regardless of age, can apply now for these preferred health care plans. Only Blue Cross pays for so many hospital services.., even if the cost runs into thousands of dollars/ --,=~ / . .~. %', ..." "- ~ "~, NO SALESMAN WILL CALL. Through the mail you will receive an application, a booklet explaining Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and YOUR dues information. IF YOU PREFER, YOU MAY PICK UP AN INQUIRY CARD AT HOSPITALS OR MOST DOCTORS' OFFICES. BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE! L. ( ~ gig N X offers security for your funds, and the pea~e of'mind that goes with assurance that your money is safe, no matter what may happen. No fn~ial institution of any kind, except a hank, gives you the complete and continuous assurance of "money in the bank." JL B A N K offers the added protection of the Federal Deposit Imurance Corporation, an agency of the United States Government. Your checking account, your ~avings deposit, are fully insured against loss up to $x6,ooo. A BAN I and only a bank guard* your money, sumd* ~lways ready to pay it back when you want it, gives yon x:~lete ~curity, and pay= you interest on your savinp. No question about it, fo~ ~-xtrity and peace d mind there's nothing like money in tl~ bank. Oklahoma Banko=s Assooiatlon Thor ~'8 nothing like money In I I I I Please print and fill in omplatal~. I I Miss I My Name |$ Mr. Mrs. I I My Mailing ~ Is,* I City or Town: I ICompany you work for: I Olmpam/your wife I or hu~xmd works for, I Mail coupon today to OKLAHOMA BLUE CROSS and BLUE SH F.L P. O. BOX 1738, Tulsa, Oklahoma Please send me more information and a membership application. County P,~; ..... Oklahoma Husband's I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ..J