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lJ)? - The Journal, Thursday, September !1, 1975 ' :t MulhalI-Orlando El:de Grant Hosts ir rarron Valley Extension Club | Yo u n g ro u p T~o Cimarron Valley Exten- for table decorations. Mrs. !!sten sometimes to instruc- lt's a very good book and Mrs Agnes Sasser, "=" -- sion Homemakers Club met in Ella B. McCarty was maaeuons, wnicn causes misunaer- should be in every home. Pat's B. McCarty, Mrs. Dt | Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cole and White. Mrs~ Mary Kimber- days visiting in Moore with the home of Mrs. Elsie Grant chairman of this project, standings. Ways of communi- telephone number is 547.2508, Mrs. Opal Olson, family entertained the Sharer ling, Mrs. Fred Schwandt, family at their home in Del Mrs. W.H. Cothern, Mrs. Carl City for a before-school Sharer, Mrs. Frank Johnson, ~et-together. Mrs. Mark McPeek, Mrs. Those attending the covered John Bowden, Mrs. George dishluncheon were Mrs. Anna Hannah, Mrs. Ed Pritchett, Sharer and Mr. and Mrs. and those already named ? By Mrs. Mm'Jorte Fltzpatrlek Mrs. Norene Marsh and girls and Mrs. Doris Geishler, Midwest City. They also visited Walt Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ratter in Mulhall and friends. Roy Fitzpatrick is on vacation and has been spending days visiting in Moore. The Roy L. Fitzoat- ricks also visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ratter and family, Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Clark and family, Oklahoma City, and the Donald Vick family of Del City. McAnally and Marsha, ~ulhall; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sharer and family, Collinsville; Mrs. Lavone Billings and ~mily, Guthrie; Max Shafer, ~1 City; Mr. and Mrs. Don ~rker and family, McCIoud; ~d Mr. and Mrs. Frank ~her and family. ,as ~The Forever Young group met in Mulhall Fellowship Hall Tuesday for a covered dish I~ncl~eon and social. ~ Those present from Orlando were Mr. Stotts, Mrs. Carrie Bricket, Mrs. Anna Kindschi, Mrs. Ed Draper, and Mrs. Cordta Thedford. From Mulhall were Mrs. T.A. Stites, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ditch, Mrs. Fred Ditch, Mrs. ~ark McPeek, Mrs. Elmer Diehl, Mrs. E.T. Potter, Mrs. Elmer Mills, Miss Lou Kimberling, Mrs. Sam Gib- bons, Mrs. Anna Popham, Mrs. W.H. Cothern, Mrs. Charles Andrews, Mrs. Ray- mond Lowrie, Mrs. John Resneder, Mrs. Earl Graves, Mrs. Bert Stansbury, Mrs. Bill Hazen and Mrs. W.R. Kincaid. ! The afternoon was spent ififormally. ? Mulhall Flower Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Clifford Kissner, with Mrs. Richard Fent as co-hostess. Mrs. Feat, president, open- ed the meeting with the devotion by Mr. Mrs. E.T. Potter. Mrs. Sam McNeill read a poem. Mrs. Kissner called the roll and Mrs. Elmer Mills, Miss Lou Kimberling, Mrs. W.R. Kincaid, Mrs. Harold Meyers, Mrs. James Harper, Mrs. Kennet Raupe, Mrs. James answered by naming their favorite bulb. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Mills, Mrs. McNeill, Mrs. Hannah, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Pritchett, who all had birthdays since the last meeting. The lesson, "TuliPS, Daffo- dils, Ameryllis, and Azalias," was given by Mrs. John Bowden and Mrs. Carl Sharer. Dues were paid and the meeting closed to meet Monday, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Harold Meyers as hostess. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leon Fitzpatrick and Cath Fairborn, Ohio, are spending several NURSE AID COURSE TO BEING AT CENTRAL TECH SOC Central Tech's First Nurse Aid Course of the Year will begin at 8 a.m. on Sept. 22. The class will meet on Mondays. Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. It will last approximately four weeks or 90 hours. Ms. Martha Daniels, R.N., will teach the class. If you are interested and Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 2, at 1:30. The president, Mrs. Sylvia Moser, called the meeting to order. Mrs. Ruby Dobson read the scripture: 1 King Chapter 10:1-13, closing with prayer. The Womens Collect and flag salute were pledged in unison. Roll call was answered by "Someone I Like and Why." Minutes of last meeting were read and approved by Gerry Allen. The president asked for committee reports. One report that was particularly interest- ing was reported by Mrs. Ruby Dobson. She reported that your car insurance is not valid if you are traveling on a closed road. Mrs. Melba Glover, chair- man of the brochure project, handed out six new names of families which have moved into the Perkins community. Mrs. Gary Allen, Mrs. Rosa Lynn Baker, Mrs. Judy Dick and Mrs. Meiba Glover will be calling on these new families. The president mentioned that Sept. 29 is county achievement day and that the C.V. Club will be responsible HI have not filled out an application, come to Central Tech and fill out the application or call Opal Moody between 1 p.m. and 9 p.m. at 918-352-2551. CITIZEN8 2- NAY RADIO! Messenger 123 A Full 23 channel oDeretlon-- no crystals to buy lllumineted meter *159.95 Just A We are THE nal warranty station for OKLA. Come see our full line. uttM R INQUI]llRS flEEDER'S CAMPUS STEREO laN J. WASlENOI'ON IRfllIAAqAIPlilt. OIU,A. 879*4844 WE ARE MAKING OUR FINAL REDUCTION IN OUR EFFORT TO CLEAR THE STORE AND MAKE ROOM' FOR A WHOLE NEW STOCK OF FAMOUS BRAND CLOTHING AND SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY. The C.V. Club received eighth place in their canning exhibit at the fair, other entries by members received high placings. Mrs. Betty Dahms, Payne County Extension agent, pre- sented the lesson on communi- cations, in the absence of Mrs. Barbara Kirby. Her lesson was interesting. Some of us do not communicate to others as well as we should. Also, we do not Friendship Club met Sept. 1 in the home of Mrs. Hazel Scott's for their regular monthly meeting with roll call being answered by those present and one visitor. As our President Vera Jarvis was unable to be there because of the death of her daughter, our meeting was just visiting and showing sewing, crafts and other articles that had been made by someone. Also Ada Ruth Shaffer, our visitor, showed several pie- cating are not confined to talking but include a wave, a "pat on the back, a handshake, a letter, or just listening. Mrs. Pat Niles, county chairman of Arts and Crafts, is in charge of distributing a book put out by the National Extension Homemakers Coun- cil entitled "Treasure Trails in the U.S.A." It's a book put out in connection with the bicentennial. It sells for $3.95. tures they had taken on their trip into New Mexico and other interesting places this sum. mer. One member had a lovely birthday gift from her secret pal. Hostess served lovely re. freshments to Birdie Tarlton, Clara Westfall, Nellie Knox, Lea Houston, Ada Ruth Shaffer, and Goldie Lacy. Our next meeting will be at Winnie Moser's home Oct. 6 at 1:30 p.m. We hope all members will be able to come. if you're interested in a copy. Mrs. Elsie Grant served lemon pie, coffee and tea to the following: Mrs. Betty Dahms, Stillwater, Mrs. Ge- raldine Allen, Mrs. Judy Dick, Dodson, Mrs. MelbS ! Mrs. Pat Hise, Mrs, Moser, Mrs. Pat Rosa Lynn Baker, Dobson, Mrs. Erms and hostess, Mrs. inc. mib/ u.J S kL ,S Rabbits Dashers Sciroccos 377-7788 STILLWATrR. OK. 74074 U.S. No. I WASHINGTON HALE WASHINGTON rune Burns WHITE 10 LB. BAG LB. LBS. TROPHY FROZEN rrles STILLWELL ells 10 OZ. PKG" MARINER oo Fi h 8 OZ. PKG. 10 OZ. CARTONS 1 00 HUNTS STARKIST CHUNK una STYLE uce DINTY MOORE CHILI, p NOODLES & CHICKEN BEAN & Inners SHURFINE rape Jell SHURFINE RED SOUR r r I es ..r.o HI-C ALL FLAVORS 8 12 OZ. PKGS" 6% OZ.5 CAN 7% OZ. CANS 18 OZ. GLASS 303 CANS 46 OZ CAN SHURFINE HORMELSMOKEFLAVOR 300 CANS $1. 12 OZ. CANS VAcuUa 12oz.$1 DO PACKED CANS DELMONTE up SHURFINE SHURFINE SHURFINE US 12 OZ. CANS 20 OZ. BOTTLE 303 CANS 7,o,$1.00 303 CANS OUR REMODELING IS NEARLY FINISHED. SO COME IN AND SEE OUR NEW STORE. SELECTIONS ARE STILL GOOD. BUT HURRY. COMING SOON: OUR GRAND RE.OPENING We KRAFT iracle QUART THANK YOU BRAND 303 nne CANS CHOCOLATE @ Ing v..,,.~. TAPIOCA VAN CAMP 16 OZ. CANS ns Accept Food Stamps O0 USDA INSPECTED WHOLE POUND4 US CHOICE OR GOOD CHUCK POUN amil POUND RANCH g RAIL THICK acon o. THIN 2 LB. PKG. US CHOICE OR GOOD rlTI POUND PRICES EFFECTIVE Sept. 1 2-1 3-1 51-3 09 STORE HOURS: MaN. thru SAT. 9 tll 5:30 THURS. 9 til 8 SUN. I tll 5:30 PHONE 547-2555 "Your Friendly S&H Store." PERKINS OKLAHO?4A