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July 26, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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By Pat McCutchen Mr. and Mrs. Henry Win- diate Jr. are the proud parents of a babygirl, Vic- toria Nicole. "Junior" (as his friends here know him), is a former Tryon resident living in Spring, Texas. The "Breeden" family recently vacationed at Tah- lequah. Taking part in all the fun and taking a float trip down the Illinois Riv- ere were Jack and Dorothy Breeden, Steve, Billy, Cin- dy and her friend Geraldine Johnson; George and Thel- ma Breeden; Don and Ra- mona Breeden and Don Don; Joe and Norton Lee and their three children; Frank and Jeannete Breeden, Stacy and Jeannlne; and Ev- elyn Brewer. Klm and Chuck Hinkle visited last weekend in Spring, s, With Henry and Laverne Windiate and their family, In, Sherrl, Rhonda and Wendal.,They also saw "Jun- and his family. Chuck is spending the week Patricia came home with the Hinkles and is visiting old friends. are sorry to hear that Jack Jones is ill. We wish him recovery. you, been wondering who the family is that is speed- on all those motorcycles? It is Leslie and Donna and their two children, Melinda and Steve. They each new motorcycles. You know the old saying, '*The faro- plays together, stays together". Dennis Harden and her two children Cindy and Lar- are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Swiggart. '.utchen arrived home from the "Eastern Tour" he had a wonderful time. They saw everything is to see. Foutch has been on a week's tour of duty in Georgia. due home July PAth. Farmers And Merchants Bank the Tryon Community with Complete Banking Service C&S Grocery A complete line of groceries, produce and Meat Hinkle Hardware Your Neighborly Farm and Home Store Vassar Feed Store We give S&H Green Stamps with Hammond Feed Tryon Manufacturing Company Home of The Cherokee Camper in the Perkins Jour- July 19, 26 and August 2, 1973, three JOE B. HUNT E COMMISSIONER of the ~AT~ OF OKLAHOMA I~te June 6, 1973 IT MAY CONCERN: ~s is to certify that States Ins. Co. Turtle Creek Blvd. Texas 75219 with the laws of as a condition to its doingbuslness and I have issued a Certificate from this office it to do business in for the year ending of February 1974. my hand and my at Oklahoma City, the date first above Joe B. Hunt CommisBloner Man is actuated by two motives: the drive to get money and the fight to keep it. ROOFING; INSULATION, GLASS, COOK'S PAINT HARDWAR E, PLYWOOD, FENCING, ACOUSTIC TILE, STORM DOORS, WINDOWS, STRONG BARN CORRUGATED ROOFING. Ollle Webb and Arthur M. Brown were married on August 5, 1922 at Stlllwater, Oklahoma. They have lived in and around the Perklns-Stlllwater area most of their lives. Mr. Brown was born In a log cabin on the former Miles place. This land is where Dale and Florence Holbrook now live and farm. The Journal, Thursday, July 26, 1973 - 3 cotton, corn, wheat, oats and other grains. In later years they were painters. Mrs. Brown's hobbies are sewing, doll making, crochet- ing embroidery and other hand crafts. Mr. Brown said his hobby is visiting with friends. They have lived at 203 East French Street, Perkins, since Mrs. Brown was bOrn east o~ 1960. Stlllwater where the East 6th The Browns have six child- Drive-in movie is now located, ten, 4 boys and 2 girls. Arthur is now 71 years old They are Donald and Wanda and Ollie is 69. Brown who live in Stillwater The Browns have been farm- and have 1] children, 6 boys era most of their lives, raising and 5 girls. Alice and Jim 'tL%w llve in Tulsa and have 3 girls and 2 boys. Arthur E. "Bud" and Ruth Brown live here irt l%rktns. They have two children, Mich- ael and Roberta. Margerite and Paul Groves live in Tulsa and they have two boys. Darrel and Gall Brown live in Sapulpa. They have three girls. Kellis and Dorothy have one little girl, Debble and they live in Sperry. They also have nine great= grandchtldren. Early Oklahoma Farmers---Romer, Tom Jr. Tom Sr., George and Arthur M. Brown. This was taken in 1911, on land that 4s nowowned by Dale Holbrook. This cotton made a little over a bale per acre and brought 2 1/2 to 3 cents per pound at the Perkins Cotton Gin. The gin was owned at that time by Gilbert Markee, the father of Frances Markee and Bertha Hart. htthat cuts like a heavyweight" Made of Surgical Steel-yet weighs only 3 oz. SCOTCH BRAND SPRAY ON---HOLDS MATERIAL IN PLACE DURING CUTTING WAmASU DRESS FLANNELS -NEW FOR FALL NEW COtORS m SMOOTH KNITS NEW PLAID FOR FALL WE STILL HAVE SOME MATEItlALS20 OFFI l,TWeSt8thStreet liil 0 0 102 S. Main | phone 405/372/2285 II STILLWATER ii o t'erl_ ns ___l