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Perkins, Oklahoma
September 12, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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September 12, 1957

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Thursday, September 12, 1957 l Ill I flu l J Clayton News Mrs. Jennie ttsch What lovely weather for aY of us Fair goers. All the people f,)m Clayton township were wel plea- sed with the premiums J eceived at the Perkins Fair. Our friends from Cud.ring were ran-prised at seeing st&apos;ch a good air, much larger than that at Cushing. i Weekend visltor of Mr. and Mxs. Bsch wer( three of their ehlldren, Mary utfford and faro- fly of Enid, Ja Busch and faro- fly of Wichit , and Jew- ell Bttsch' azd family of Perklna Also frlend, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Cragg an0 father, Mrs. Cragg of Rtpley ad Mr. and &s. J. F Cutlne of Cushing. Many friends are looking for- ward to attending the wedding :Lh0wer honoring Valla Ringwald at the Chrlstlam  R/pley, Thursday, September 12. eongatulatlon& Mr. and Mrs. rams are Ripley high hool sen- lots. TWo Perkins barbers were here Monday gettings fryers. The coyotes are sure going af- ter the poultry here. Mrs. Cash and Mrs. Bingaman had their poultry taken by coyotes the past week. Roy' Clifton held a nice club dance here Saturday night. Rlpley Seniors held a meeting here in the corantmlty building IWiday evening. , Clayton ot two nice showers the past w. All of the Ile Rlnwald boys attended Church in lpley Sunday. Mrs. Pauline McGulre and Mrs., Hank Bently returned Saturday from Cafornia Where they had iPrevlotty beerJ called by the death of Mrs. Bentley's sister. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Potts and dm.ghters moved-to Cleveland to make their home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Baker and sons of Orlando and Mrs. Millie 'Betz visited Mr. and Mrs. O. Cart Sary eg. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Field and fa. had a watermelon feast for a few of their friends Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ross visit- ed Sunday evening with their aurt, Mr. and Mrs. O. Carr. i i Mrs. Margie Field and Mrs. Joe Courtright gave a farewell party Wednesday night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ports and family at the Community Building. The. Potts family are moving to Cleve, land, Oklahoma. Refreshmens of Kool-Ald ano cake were enjoyed by all. Mary nice gifts were presented to the Those present were: Wilburn Mcr Guire, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Court right, Francis Courtright, Mr and Mrs. Frank Riley and Bering. Mr. and Mrs. George Teltz an family, Mrs. Margie Field, Garry, Larry, Loren and Thoren, Alfred and Orie Mehar Mr. and Mrs. O. Crr, Mrs. Grace Hughes. Lance and Kelby Wolfe, Mr. and Mr Ports and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smpter and fami,ly, Mr. and Mxa Paul Putts and faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Prickett and family and the Cnpbell children. There is Church services at the Community Building every Tues- day night. Roy. Ford of Still- water brings the message. Every- one is invited to at. Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Ross was called to Anadarko, by the death of a brother'Thursday.  death was caused by a heart attack. Mr. and Mxs. Reaves visited their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mell Odem of Pryor, Sunday. Mx. Lee Topper of CalHorla, died Monday. He was! Ml-s. Fred Axtell'g uncle. Mr. Topper was an old time resident of Oahoma. Good Reading for the Whole Famil ,News .Fmb Features i i i i iiii i illlll i i HIGH qUALI'I DAIRY PROD4UCTS WrH / DELIVERY DAILY FROM OUR MODERN DAIRY Ore- Cows All Bangs & 'FB Tested V)sitars Always Welcome-- " Luster's Home Town Dairy ' 8ervi Pek/ns and Commuty For The Past 5 Years DWarne Luster, Owner Perkins, Oklahom i i iN i , i iN ii iiiiiii It iiiiii I i ii i i ii i i i Notice! By a majority vote of Payne County Dry Cleaners, the following prices are effective September i6, 1957. Pants ...... 65c Skirts ...... 65c Jackets .... 65c Suits ...... 1.25 Lg. Coats .. 1.25 Shirts ..... 65c Sa00ers Cleaners PERKINS v-fsr PERKIN AND OKZAOMA IN 57youql enjoy,, it , THE PER]KENS JOURNAl COLORADO ELBERTA minim II I Ill I Sweet Potatoes 10Tomatoes EATMORE pound [ JOHNATHAN .... pound Cranberries 23 Apples 121-2 ....... 10 , oananas i l IN I Peaches Fish Sticks n m H nl $3.49 i i i ii iii i ii i I: 8 Oz. Box Fresh Frozen 'I0 Oz. Pkg 29 Strawberries 19 , i nl ii i i iN II llnl In n II In nlu I Inn I n r- A ..i" " -- 4= , In Light Syrup" 9Qd Royal Clover 2LJ[IUUL No. 2 CAN I--. v Sooner Select Asst. 12 Oz. Glass  Niles Best ' 10 lb. bag Preserves 25 Flour 85 DonaldDack__ Urange Juice,. o,. Z9 Santa Fe Whole Kernel [ Cut Green  , . Corn 2 303a,,35]Beans 2 303ea27 T   i Illll II I II '  roll I im ml i l i iml i i i im -- " Sweet " )a H MidWest - Payne Co. 1 gal. crt Pickles 00Ice Milk 55c --lllllllll II I I II II I II i II I II I III ....... -- ..... Supreme Salted -lb. box B Peanut 2 lb. jar Crackers  26cButter 69c mill Ill II I I -- [I l[ i i i i nnl I --  -- --- I/ MehanValley Comb HdneyP00,0049c IN IN l IN "I l ,iN . l IS IN IN| l Gaine's Meal 25 lb. bag [ 303 size Dog Food $2.05 Tomatoes 25c ii i II i I i i i i 2 SCl CAIN'S INSTANT $ 5 z" jar Oleo Coffee 1.08 i[  ii ii l|l ii i i| i i ii i .......... i I [ ................ 3 I  Nabisco's New COCOA lb. pkg., lb.'c Grahams 39c Crisco 89c ii i ii iii i i llllml I . iiii I | " Tissue 4 35c SAIL BRAND Free Wask Cloth Rolls For 2 CANS Fryers Dressed&Drawn lb. Ground Beef Lb. ...... .... I ......... lb" 69c Steak Sirloin or T-Bone . r [ i ii ml m I I III i I II III ill Del-Mar Food Store -- -fl WE PAY CAoH FOR CREAM Prices Effective lrlday and Saturday, SePtember 13, - 14, 1957 L 203 N. Mai9 Phone 55 )I ft' tt in h '51 b Y< O] m b t 84 b( Ol af st m al m er C W p] t pJ nl J( b C[ Se S tl J f h, a al a] g] tt W o] o) st t]