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June 21, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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June 21, 1973

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The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 21, 1973 - 3 g Shower Held For Mr. & Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Darrow of Durant, Okla., were honored with a post wedding shower, Friday, June ]5, in the Meth- odist Church Educational Build- ing. The event was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rafferty and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Bar- nes. The group enjoyed games and visiting following the tra- ditional opening of gifts. The color theme was pink, lavendar and white. Mrs. Dwain Dar- row presided at the punch bowl assisted by Mrs. Rafferty, who also served the guests at the refreshment table. Those present were the hon- DannyDarro orees and Mr. and Mrs. Ce- cil Acuff, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDaniel, Dr. and Mrs. John Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Ditz Mc- Ilvain, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dick- son, Mrs. Johnny Payne, Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Blumer, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Darrow, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rafferty and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barnes. Those sending gifts were Mr. and Mrs. Cegil Redus, Mrs. Betty Jar- visj Mr. and Mrs. Bud Redus, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Dale McGee, all of Perkins and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Evans of Stillwater. Nola Smith Hosts Elm Grove Club Meet Professor John Schweltzer--An Oklahoma State University French professor is a comprehensive study of Perkins complete with watercolors and sketches. Why? about him in next weeks special 4th of July edition of the Journal and find out. (Journal by Larry Maloney) " Personal 20th Annual Cosmetology sponsored by the of Oklahoma Con- Education, was held re- at Stillwater. Lackey of Belleville, Ill. guest artist. Miss is well-known through- Th U.S. and Europe. ~ ose attending from StiU- ~Water unit No. 26 were: Kay m Westmorland, Dorothy Cathy, and Jean Hadley, all of Still- water; Norton Moss and Doris Jacobs, Coyle; Estelle Jacobs, Perkins; Juanita Morris, Pra- gue; Martha Parsons, Stroud and Leah Cahoon from Drum- right. Customized shapering and advanced stages of all cosmet- ology were taught along with a participation workship. rkins Mighty Ettes Win Perkins Mighty Ettes, 4th and 5th grade girls, their first slow pitch ball Monday, June 11, against Hillbillies of Still- r. Girlsplaying were: Mon- Hoskinson, Cindy Rose, and Pegg~y Smith, Ros- Mangold, Lanette Hall, ri Henigman, Beth Bran- er, Ruth Beaver, Klnda Candy McIlvain, Beth Welch, Anetta Allen, Angle Doyle, Shelly Magee, Jennifer Payne, Shelly McKosato and Sherry Foster. The Mighty Ettes won 14 to 0. On June 18, the Mighty Ettes played the Burger Chef Blues and Perkins won 1I to 4. The next game will be play- ed June 25, at 6:45 in Still- water. Judith Nelson lea Thursday for Tucson, Arizona, after spending a couple of days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Nelson. After leaving Michigan, where she has made her home for several years, She spent a week visiting at Ross, Ohio with her brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson, Jesse and ~miney before arriving in Per- t:ins. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Van- Zandl, Geneva, Mike and Ann Marie visited Mr. Jack Van Zandt, their son and family in Piermont and Los Angeles, California. The Elm Grove E H Clubmet Tuesday, June 12 in the home of Nola Smith. After the devotionals 13 mere.- bers answered roll call by giv- ing their weight at birth. Many things were discussed during the business meeting one being the serving of the Perkins :Lion Club in July, committees were appointed to look after the various duties. The 1973-74 year books were distributed and filled out. Betty Dahms, the County Home Economist, was a special guest. Minnie Johnson led the less