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July 19, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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4 - The Journal, Thursday, July 19, 1973 Ripley Judges Win The Ripley FFA Dairy Judg- ing team sweep Ist four dairy field days in the state. . At Atoka Guernsey Field Day: 1st place team members were: Mel Dorsey, Imogene Hall, Carl Farrow. and Becky Hennls. 2nd place team members were: Kathy Boyd, Karen Boyd, Florene Dean and Linda Hll- bert. At Salina Holstein Field Day 1st place team was: Kathy Boyd Karen Boyd, David Hall, Beck.~ Hennis. At Ada Jersey Field Day: 1st place team members were: Mel Dorsey, Imogene Hall, Carl Farrow and Becky Hennis. At Prague Ayrshire Field Day Ist place team members were: Carl Farrow, Imogene Hall, Mel Dorsey and Becky Hennis. OWLS ANNOUNCES THE FULL OWNERSHIP OF DORAL TIRE OF 1104 EAST SIXTH. THE NEW NAME IS NOW I KEN'S DISCOUNT TIRE & SPEED SHOP SAME ADDRESS, SAME PHONE NUMBER, SAME FRIENDLY SERVICE! "SERVING ALL YOUR TIRE NEEDS" 1104 E. SIXTH STI L LWATE fl T-Bailers,Morns The Perkins T-Ball team ages 7 and 8 finished their season with a game against their mothers, Tuesday evening with the Arlin Bradley and the Misfit mothers breezing by 26- 23 in favor of the morns. Coaches Jim Harris, Bill Mc- Daniel and Grady Woods felt they had a successful season with eight wins and two losses. Attending the picnic after Tuesday's game were: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris, Dwayne, Da- vid and Steve; Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDaniel, Steve and Cory; Mr. and Mrs. Grady Woods, Steve and Bryan; Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Bradley, Dawn, Craig and Doug; Mr. and Mrs. John Hoo- ver, John and Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S~nields, Troy, Rhanda and Terri Schlosser; Mr. and Mrs. Claud Maxwell Troy and Sue; Mr. and Mrs. Larrie Parrish and Gregg. Cookout Held Pastor and Mrs. Clifford Poi- son attended a cook-out onthe Joe Smoykefer pelion in Coyle Tuesday evenings together with other members and friends of the United Methodist Church there. Air Conditioner 6,000 BTU/HR. Was $99.95 Model AHPQ406FB Only 71/2 Amps., plugs into any adequately wired 1 1 5 volt grounded circuit (subject to local electrical codes) Two speed operation, five position automatic thermostat i Quick-Mount side panels hal do-it-yourself installation Top air discharge provides a gentle canopy of cooling Tilt-out washable filter PERSONAL PORTA-COOL ROOM-to-ROOM AIR CONDITIONER MODEL AHTQ304FB 4,000 BTU/HR. cooling Only 43 pounds light with built-in handle.., carry it anywhere Only 7 Amps., plugs into any adequately wired 115 volt grounded circuit Eight-position automatic thermostat Quick-Mount side panels help make installation fast and easy Was $/69.95 Durable outdoor (weather side) case molded of LEXAN~ resin CAN'T RUST and carries a TEN YEAR parts and service labor replacement warranty against failure due to a manufacturing defect 908 South N in WAYS TO BUY 30-60-90 Charge Time Payment 3724311 Revolving Charge eCash Funeral services are set for 2 [J.m. Thursday in the Boatright Funeral Chapel for Edward C. Garrison, 73, of Perkins, who died July 17, 1973, at hishome. The I~ev. Harvey Hickman of Perkins will officiate. Garrison was born on Aug. 26, 1899, at Somerset, Ky., the son of Albert C. and Mary Elle~ Garrison. He was married to Gladys Fagan Rakes at Enid on June 24, 1962. He resided in Vinita for several years where he was an electrical engineer and cattle rancher. He moved to Perkins in ]962 where he had since resided. He served in World WarIand was a member of the American Legion Post No. 211 at Perkins, where he served as commander for several years. Garrison was also a past fifth district commander and service officer. He was instru- mental in establishing the first Drum and Bugle Corps in Jop- lin, Me. He was also active in the Masonic Lodge in Guthrie, where he was a 32nd degree Survivors include of the home; one Rakes of Tulsa; one Mrs. Martha Humble and one ~randch Pallbearer s mend Bivert, Art Colasacco, Bill Maurice Gamble and Holland. Burial will be Memorial GardenS, presentation made American Legion. Quilting Club The Burton with Grace Jones ic her home. Lottle Sharpton, and Shirley, opal Susie Nickels, Donna Muffin, Franc and family. GueSt Boyer, Alva Muffin Jones. The next meeting Frances Kinkaid at the 24th. So They SaY A Long old days" were holder. "these THIS WEEK ONLY! REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES JULY 21st HIGH TEMPERATURE AT W' MILLER I;ALLS GRANO pRIZI SHOCK PROOF $20 Gift Certific . from Stew's . O~rHER pRIZE.~ ELECTRIC DRILL . Electric Drill Reg. $9.99 3/8" DRIVE BUCK WITH 4 BITS Reg. $9.29 OUR PRICE 7 SPEED AUTOMATIC TIMER Reg. $24,95 $' G,L. $2 ,GAL.c = UNIROYAL TENNIS SHOES Men's, Ladies' & Children's BLACK cASE GAL. $341) ,IGAL" BLACK LABEL GOOD SELECTION GAL. {Ilt99 4 GAL. cASE ",.1 LATEX WITH EVERY $10 PURCHASE Reg. $2.99 (While they last) $