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September 12, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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rile PERKINS JOURNAL Lost Creek Mrs. Roy E. Trent Mr. and Mrs. Mac Nickels and boys visited friends and relatives at Hardesty over the weekend. The WSWS met at the parson- age Wednesday afternoon for their regular monthly meeting. Following the missionary lesson, Mrs. Frank Kirby called a short busmess meeting of the Ladies Aid to make final plans for serv- ing at the Stfllwater Fair. There were abou twenty members and VISIT  AND OKLAHOMA IN &apos;57--you'II enjoy iS t t, it tt itt 1 I ,visitors present. We are sorry to learn that Karl Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Edmondson Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wallen vis- Kdlers mother has been very ill, and Mrs. Lela Edmondson visited ited Mrs. Chlles at Perkins Sun- but we are glad that she is some Mrs. Jennie Terrlll, Madie Sharp, day aternoon, better. She is at the home of her Mrs. Ed Knight and Mr. Everett Those who spent Monday even- son an d family. Gates, all of Stillwater. Sunday ins at the Raymond Johnson Leonard Jones and girls called afternoon. home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray at the parsonage Thursday morn- Dar Knott of Stllwater ate Herod, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Blair ing. dinner with Rev. Roy Trent on md Jack, Mrs. Elsie McNabb and Mrs Nellie Holsinger of Perkins Thursday. and Mrs. Beulah Kinzle of Gush- Wednesday evening guests of Inez, Mrs. Myrtle Farmer, Mrs. ing spent sunday afternoon in -.- Lorayne West, Oaxry, CaxolyR the C. O. Kinzie home. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kinzle were and Janet. Mrs. Paul Marshall called on the Mr. mad Mrs. Louis Klnzle and The occasion was Rarmond's O. K. Edmond.sons Friday even- family. fiftieth birthday. Home-made ice ins. " Janet West ,ent Stmdy af- cream and cake were served. Mrs. Max Edmondson's mother ternoon With Patsy Kinzie. 'S 50 YEARS OF PROGRESS O 14-22 OKLAHOMA FREE STATE FAIR. Offi. cial Semi-Centennial Fair of Oklahoma, Muskogee. 12-15 Wo°d[ard C°un-ty Free air' W°°dward i,#? "" 13 Boggy Depot Centennial, Atoka. 1415 Overland Mail-Butterfield Trail Celebra_ tion, Durant. 14-15 Kiwanis Clu,b Sports Car Races, Stiliwater t t 14-16 Cherokee Strip Celebration, Ponca City 14-17 Phillips University, Founding and Cher. ] okee Strip Celebration Pageant, Enid / 15-16 15-19 16-18 16-18 16-19 16-19 21 21-28 21st Annual Pioneer Day and Semi Centennial elebratlon, Cleveland. "Golden Jubilee" Pageant, Perry District Fair and Rodeo, Sapulpa Oklahoma Consistory, Guthrie SE Fair and Exposition, Ada Payne County Pair_Historical Pageant, 19th at night only, Stfllwater Tulsa 1milan Powwow Dances, Tulsa STATE FAIR, OKLdkHOMA. Okla. City s00y. Make out of-town calls statxon-to-station - Why pay more when you don't have to? Long Dis- tance charges for station-to-station calls are about lower than for person-to-person service. You can make three calls for the price of two. So start saving money now. Make your out-of-town calls station-to-station. • @ • @ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Here's how easy it is to make " • a station-to-station (:all " Just tell the Long Distance operator: • . The city you're co|ling* • 2. The telephone number you're'calling • • I’e this: "Omaha ... Olcts 5-1098" • • Even if you don't know the number, }tour call can*be * , chargat the lower rate. Just ask that-the call be made • • btion-to-station. We'll get the number for you, and you • • can jot it down for faster service on future  • C// by number.. • ff's twice a fst SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Mrs. Burnett, suffered a stroke erald Johnson let Monday for Lernars, Iowa, where he wit! Friday and is in the Stlllwater attend Westmar College. Hospital. We hope she will soon Raymond Klnzle and Ralph be better. Jacob have been suraying the Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Kirby and livestock barns at the fair- girls were Sunday dinner guests grounds. of the Frank Kirbys. Larrv and Gerald Johnson Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Hall and sent Friday evening in the Roy dughter of Stillwater visited in Trent home. the home of the C. O. Kinzles, Su-day night Rebekah Lodge " --* "=''<= rce Ausmus, Noble Grand, Dr. Buel J. Staton . .resided over te regular sesslo. OPTOMETRIST of Perkins Rebekah Lodge on last Located down stairs . Thursday, September 5 at the 616 S. Main StiUwater OOF hall. During the business of the ev- .... -...,.. J .,3 .... ,. ...... W enlng the lodge voted to give $5 to the Methodist churoh chimes Our Milkshakes are made with .Real Ice Cream Central Sundries in memory of their deceased members. A check is also to be sent to the Cancer Fund in loving mem- ory of E. Rose Michelson, presi- dent of the Rebekah Assembly of Oklahoma who recently passed away. i i i m Έ Electric Shavers Remington and Sunbeam Burt's Jewelry Thursday, September I, 7 t I till , ,t t ,it t on the previous week, birth- dates for August were celebrated at the home of Pearl Stumbo With a home party. Members pre- sent enjoyed ice cream bars and punch and sang the familiar bir- thday song to Mary Pearl, the honoree. t ,tt ,t % . , [ : , , :,!, ;:: ) FIT THAT DOESN'T GO PFFF.T That:s Bur-Mil % Cameo eamless ., , stretch stockings... seamless that reall___y fitl For that "natural look", for a heavenly change in your stocking warrobe, come in for your Cameo searless stretch stockings. 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