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PAGE 8 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962' Lost CreekNews By Kathleen Edmondson Mr and Mrs Leroy Blair and Jack, Mr and Mrs Karim Farajoll- ahi and Shelly, Mr and Mrs Gary We~ and Randy and Mrs Lorayne West ~pent Father's day in the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Herod. Rev. and Mrs Freeman Pearson had as their weekend guests, Mrs Phyllis Terry, Mr and Mrs Carroll Pearson, Cecil, Ray, and J(~hn Howard Pearson of Garland, Tex. Mr and Mrs Clifford Hall and children of Ponea City and Mr! and Mrs Bill Lile of Stillwater were Sunday evening visitors in 'the home of Mr and Mrs C.O. Kinzie. MeJ and Mrs Frank Kirby ac- companied by Mrs Helen Burtis of California and Mrs Ne~ttie Lei- gh visRed Friday with Mr and Mrs Bert Blumer in Ponce City. Mr and Mrs Jewel Kates and family of Stillwater spent Satur- day evening with Mr and Mrs Earl Adkins and family. Rev. Alan and Robert Edmond- son of Clearwater Kan. are spend- ing some time with their grand- paren,ts, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Ed- mondson. The WSWS met at the church at 2 Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Dale Caldwell was the lesson leader. The lesson concerned the EUB institutions such as colleges, seminaries and homes for the aged and children. Mrs D H Young of Ponca City was a Wednesday luncheon guest of Mr and Mrs O K Edmondson. Mr and Mrs Dale C~ldwell and family visited Mrs S C Caldwell and Louis Sunday afternoon. Mrs Hazel Baker and Mrs Bessie Cole were Thursday guests of Mrs Ray Herod. Mr and Mrs Earl Adkins and family visited her paren.ts Mr and Mrs H D Todd in Ripley Sun- day. Mr and Mrs Frank Kirby called on Mr and Mrs Carl Bliss and Mr hurl Bliss Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Brown, their son and daughter,in-law and children of Perkins visited Mr and lVrrs Freeman Pearson Thursday even- ing. The Eden Chapel and Lost Creek YF's met at the churdh Sunday to get acquainled with Cecil, Ray and Gwendolyn Pear. son. Also Mr and Mrs CarroI1 Pearson, Mrs Phyllis Terryand Mr and Mrs Paul Pearson. Mr Marvin Marshall of Guthrie called on his parents, Mr and Mrs H D Marshall Sunday. Mrs Ruth Edmondson and dau- ghters of Bartlesville visited Sun- day with Mr and Mrs O K Edmon- risen, Judy and Sharon. Mrs Pauline Hansen and family of Springfield, Colo. are spend~ing a few days with her parents, Mr and Mrs C O Kinzie. Beth and Jerry Kates were Sat- urday overnight guests of the Earl Axtkins children. Mr and Mrs Mack Nickels had as their Sunday dinner guests her parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Kirby. Mr and Mrs Paul Pearson and Sheryl Ann and Gwendolyn Pear- son of Midwest Ci~ty spent Sun- day wi.th Rev. and Mrs Freeman Pearson, Mrs Harriet Miller and Mrs Vern Prey of Ponce City visited Mr and Mrs H D Marshall Satur- day. Mr and Mrs Jack Curmingham and Craig of Enid visited Mr and Mrs O K Edmondson and daugh- ters Sunday evening. Lloyd and Kathleen Edmondson visited Mr and Mrs Rex Edmond- son and family in Clearwater, Ken. Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs Pearson visa,ted Mrs Isabelle Abrams in Corfee- ville, Ken. Tuesday and We~lnes- day. Max F-,d~ondson called on Lloyd Edmond~on. PERS0NAI Mrs J, L. Lafitte had as her Sunday guests her four sisters and one brother. They were Mr R.D. Copeland of Oilton, Mrs Esther Melton of Otlton, Mrs Mae Dewitt and Mrs J.W. Blakemore from Harristmrg, Penn. Friends Chapel Vows Are Read :: 2~::Stf,(:: i~ Newsa at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, * by Miss Jessie Shaw and Billy Eu- Lucy Graham i p I ~ Betty C rde ,~ene Turnham. The brides parents days with her daughter, Mr and Mrs Walter Anderson and farr~ll~l are Mr and Mrs K. G. Shaw of 1109 Rock Spring circle, Duncan,' of Hugoton, Kan. and Mr and Mrs W. E. Turnham Tommy and Dean Brock of i Vacation timebrings severalof Tulsa are parents of the bride, Tulsa are visiting their grandpar- visitors to our community, groom. e~ts, Mr and Mrs Arch Allison. Mr and Mrs J D Longaff and family were weekend visitors of Mr and Mrs J D Haynes and fam- ily of Dallas, Tex. Mr and Mrs Don Lusler an:l T~?ri of Rankin, Tex. spent a few days las~: week with his parent% Mr and Mrs Clarence Luster. Mr and Mrs Virgil Longan and Mr and Mrs Wyman Bostian and family were Sunday afternoon .isiIors of Mr and Mrs Gary Cren- shaw of Stillwater. Mr and Mrs Bud Carrier, 57r and Mrs Jack Longan. 5h' ant?, Mrs Earl Bridenstine,Mr and Mrs Ted Graham, Mr and Mrs Dale Bridenstine and Mr and Mrs Watt Bridenstine at~tmdc.~ lhe "Ben Johnson Memorial" steer roping Sunday at Pawhuska. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Carrier and family were the Monday aft- ernoon visitors of his parents, Mr and Mrs Edd Carrier. Mr and Mrs Dale Himes of Lou- isana are visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hatter and family. Mrs Jessie Hamilton had as her Sunday afternoon vis;tors Mr ~ e Mrs Bill Dean of Stillwater and Mr and Mrs Hank Bently. den Chape by Donna Murlln There were 53 attending church Sunday. Rev and Mrs Freeman Pearson and Cecil sang a special Sunday morning. Jim Etlheridge v~sited a few days last week with Mr and Mrs Howard Etheridge and Delia. Mrs Earl Wright of Cushing. Mrs Griff Jones and Mrs Orvillee Boyer and family were recent visitors of Mrs Edith Murlin. Kay Bartram spent the weekend with Camillia Burton. Mrs Maude Hanks called on Mr and Mrs John Innmn Monday. Lee Ray MuNin visited last week with Mr and Mrs Ralph Price and boys and Mr and Mrs Charles Murlin and Pa of Okla- homa City. Judy Nelson, Lee Ray, Joan and Louise Murlin and Kaye Burton of Eden Chapel attended a "gee- to-know" gathering Sunday after- noon at Lost Creek for the family of Rev and Mrs Freeman Pear- son. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs W O Ball were Mr and Mrs Willie Freeman, Larry and Alan of Chand,ler, Mr and Mrs W H Fish- er. Curtis, Davie and Billie of Stillwater, Captand Mrs Zal Gardner, Timmie and Valenia of San Diego, Calif. and Mrs Maude Hanks of Perkins. Mr and Mrs W.H. White, Rena, Bob and Herman of Hamilton, Tex. are here visiting Mr and Mrs C. E. Wampler and family. Mr and Mrs D.L. Kirk and fam- ily of Lake Jackson, Tex. have been here wLth her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Cowger. Mrs Kirk is the for~nerNina Faye CO'A~eF. ! Weekend visitors of Mr and Mrs M.C. Sloan was the the Hat'- old Staten family of ttenessey. A family reunion al lh~ 11o(11!? of Mrs Cora Hunt brought ~he Hunnicutt blx~thers and sisters to- gether for the Iirst time in a number of years. Enjoying this reunion with Mrs Hunt were her sister, Mrs Blanche Dryden o[ San Diego, Calif., and her broth- ors, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunni- cut.t of Tulsa and Mr and Mrs Ray Hunniet~tt, whose home is in Texas. Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs Bill Cox and l:amily were the par- ents of Mrs Cox, Mr and Mrs B.B. Archer who live in Wagoner. Mr Arnold Fowler is convalesc- ing satisfactorily at his home here following ear surgery in the Mer- cy hospital last Thursday. Johnny Barber, son of Mr and Mrs Archie Barber was injured Friday when the family car roiled back over him at their home east of Tryon. He is in the Cushing hospital. The ceremony took place in the First Assembly of God church of Duncan, with the Rev. Armon Newburn officiating. The bride wore a dress of white pima cotton, styled with tucked bodice and lace inserts. Her hat was of lace., s(~uins and pear's and she wore white aceesnories. She carried a bouquet of white frenched carnations edged with blue, atop a white nylon coverer1 Bible. Mr and Mrs Clifford Alexander were the cou,ples only attendants. Mrs Alexander is a cousin of fh~ bride. Mrs Turnham is a graduate or Tryon high school. Mr Turnham reeen.tly completed three years in the Armed Forces, of which eigh- l e~,n months was overseas duty. Following a short wedding trip, the couple are temporarily at home at 2023 E. First street, Tul- sa, where Mr Turnham !s employ- ed w~th the Parkhill Trucking company. The bride and her parents, Mr and Mrs K. G. Shaw are former residents of Perkins community. Her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Benny Hicks and sons live at Tryon. BIBLE SCHOOL ENDS The Methodist Vacation Bible scl~01 had an enrollment of 77 pupils-~ and MYF workers with an HI) Club The Washington Irving home demonstration club met Tuesday, June 5 with an a~ernoon meeting in the home of Mrs George Jacob. The devotionals were given by Mrs LaRue Griffin and the flag salute by the group. The minutes of the last meeting were read and roll call was answered by "safety rules that I should observe, but do not." Business meeting and tlie re.pm, t of committees folloxmcd. Mrs LaRue Griffin gave the les- son on "Safety on the Highways," which was followed by a round table discussion. Meeting was then adjourned. Mrs Jacob served refreshments to those present. Junior Cundiff of Cushing came to Perkins two days last week to help his brother, Nelson harvest his wheat. Mrs Cundiff and girls visited one day with her parents, Mr and Mrs Albe~t Bostian and spenl one day with Meryl Cundiff and family. ?lit ~d M:',~ Jol~n Rains and Mr and Mrs Vivian Cundiff spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Ralph Hutson at Perry helping Nina celebrate her birthday. Mrs Maude Harrington and Mrs Nellie Haines of Cushing called in the "~f'_::'noon and spent the night with them. Mr and Mrs Bill Mote and Deb- bie visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Chester Cundiff of Coyle last Thursday evening. Bottle, Linda and Mary Sue Strain spent the weekend with Bonnie and Janell Bateson. Mrs Dale Bridenstine ani~ Tobie visited Friday afternoon with Mrs Chester Cundiff and Sandy. Mr and Mrs-Tommie Brock and sons of Tulsa spent Friday night with her parents, Mr and Mrs Arch Allison. The boys, Tommie and Dean visited this week with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Bill Spencer and girls called at the Vivian Cundiff home Sunday evening. The Perkins Livestock Auction has been closed while building larger and bet- ter facilities. We will re-open Wednesday, June 27th. In the future, the sale will be held on Wednesday rather than Monday. Perkins Livestock Auction MONTGOMERY WARD PROVEN BY INDEPENDENT FIRMS Riverside NYLON ST-107 First in tread-wear tests -- First in safety tests -- First in bver-a,II performance 6.70-15 tube~- type blackwall and trade-in tire No Money Down Plus Tax Yet Costs you only GUARANTEED 27 MONTHS Mile-upon.mile, day after day under a hot Texas overall performance than any other tire in its sun, the tires of 5 leadiog manufacturers were class. Its advanced design and superior engineer- tested. 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