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September 13, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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By Pat McCutchen :!: i:i Troop 477 will Thursday, September al the Tryon school. Will be a get-together things for the corn- Their leader is West fall. and Irene Hudson, Were Sunday dinner of Jack and Dorothy Cindy, Bill and Mrs. Hudson is Mrs. mother. yon high school football team beat Hennessey night. They play Oilton at Perkins Friday night. r. High plays at Yale Thursday night. Lets all turn off and go to the football games. and Darlena Baker (the former Darlena Burrow) from Hlllsboro, Kansas, last weekend visiting hep Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burrow, and sister and brother, Sue and Jim Burrow. They are expecting a little one in of months, ii dinner guests of Curtis and Betty Carder were Klm an O.S.U. student from Ogalalla, Neb.; Deana :i: ~, Holly, Colo.; Susan and Betsy Brooks, Springfield, Evangelina Pew, Hone Kong. These girls are all stu- r. and Mrs. Dewey Hodson and family, Stillwater, drop- the Carders later in the evening. Dewey is the son of Hodson. and Carla Westfall, Becky and David, drove to last weekend and visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wampler. Some more of the family were also there. sister and family, Larry and Libby Anderson, and James Iown from Blytheville, Arkansas where Larry is stationed U. S. Air Force. A brother and his family also from Mr. and M;:. C~'l WamplerJr.,Jonathanand Sara, were a~d another si~ter of Carla's that lives in Pernell, Dill Conner, Amy a:~d Julie. Vassar, tile daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alien (Shorty) had ~ real fun hayride and weiner roast Sunday night. R at their farm. "s. t{uby Schreiner reports that the Tryon grade school a good start. Charlotte Langleyes 3rd and 4th grade are quite involved in the study of insects. Brenda 5th and 6th graders are studing the body and they dis-. t brain one day last week. ::: Forrest Robinett is still as artistic as ever. She just a new sports display in the glass case in the hall of the i:! should go by and see It. It is really something..~! Gazaway family held their annual reunion on Sunday, e. 2rid, at the roadside park west of Tryon. There were i~ in attendance. Joining in on all the fun were: Mr. and ~i. Gazaway and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gazaway; :i: Mrs. Claude Gazaway and daughter; Mrs. Agnes Gaza- !'i and Mrs. Nice Gazaway; and Lee Burrow, all from -'. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gazaway and Louie Lilly came from :; Also Mr. Danny Gazaway, Stillw~ter; Mrs. Opal Gaza- i! Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gazaway and girls, Pawhuska; :. Mrs. Roy Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Keen, Mrs..:i Rider, all from Seminole; and Mr. and Mrs. FAvie tnd children, Grand Junction, Colo. :~. column is for all Tryon news. If you have any news :" like reported, please call me. • Vivian's Tryon Cafe GOod food - Homemade pie~ - Friendly atmosphere 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 PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1973 STARTING AT 2:00 P.M. to be conducted at 419 N.W. First St., Perkins, Okla. HAL ESTATE: modern home, on 4 choice corner lots, well shad- has good garden space. SOME FURNITURE: and 4 Chairs, Divan (like new), Samco Gas Range, tteater, Coffee Table with glass top. ALSO: Ford Pickup w/long wheelbase~ (different owner). TERMS: on Furniture and Pickup. Real Estate: 10% Down to be in escrow, balance when Abstract is accepted. School Lunch Menu . September 17-21 Spanish Rice Blacked Eyed Peas Lettuce Applesauce Cake Hot Roils Milk Tuna Supreme Glazed Carrots Waldorf Salad Cottage Cheese Roils Hamburger Steaks Lettuce-Pepper Salad Macaroni and Tomatoes Peach Cobbler School Made Bread Milk Beans w/Ham Broccoli Carrot Strips Cinnamon Rolls Apricot Halves Milk French Bread Jivy Burgers On S.M. Bun Onion Rings French Fries Pickles Snicker Doodle Cookies Applesauce Milk. I , he Journal, Thursday, September 13, 1973 - ii S * Hail-crop 5% Discount For cash. * Farmowner Package Policy. $12,000 ~Dwelling and 320 acres. No charge on contents. All for $96.00 per' year. Special Homeowner Policy for Perkins. Example: $20,000 - $122.00 per year $ 6,000 -$ 49.00 per year * Boat & Trip Insurance * Regular Fire & E. C. Policies * Schools, Churches & Business Bldgs. 20 percent Discount * Auto, Truck & Pickups & Farm Liability CoUision De- ductible - $] 0.00 to $100.00 ** Denotes Agent Writing Blue Cross & Blue Shield Farmers Union Dues - 1 year -$4.00 5 years - $17.00 Nearly 70,000 Families in Oklahoma SEE OR CALL Morene Williams, Cushing Phone 225-1181 L. C. Graves, Perkins Phone 547-2249 Wells Agency, Stillwater Phone 372-5655 H. M. Shoup Jr., Ripley Phone 372-4313 **Harvey Brixey, Perkins Phone 547-2251 Farmers Union Tire Dealers in Payne County Are: Combs Gibble and Caldwell Implements, Stfllwater; HarveyJs Service Center, Cushing; Rose Mobil, Junction 177 & 33. Northern Lincoln County Tryon Skelly, Tryon CHECK OUT THE EXCEPTIONAL GUARANTEE FOR FARMERS UNION MEMBERS 9 BIG ICE CAPADES SHOWS SEPT. 21-2G 8 RODEO PERFORMANCES SEPT, R7-30 WITH BOOTS DANNY ,DAVIS ,S RANDOLPH NASHVILLE BRASS OKLAHOMA CiTY AIR-CONDITIONED FREE PARKING • TRINIDAD STEEL BAND • CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO • INTERNATIONAL ICE CAPADES • INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITS • AMERICAN iNDIAN VILLAGE • MADE IN OKLAHOMA SHOW • INTERNATIONAL PHOTO SHOW • WORLD'S LARGEST MIDWAY • PLANETARIUM • AIR AND SPACE SCIENCE SHOW • MODERN LIVING EXHIBITS • NINE HORSE SHOWS • TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION • EIGHT STATE ART SHOW • GENEALOGY EXHIBITS • CHINA, CERAMICS AND ANTIQUES • CHAMPION LIVESTOCK SHOWS * LIVING ENERGY EXHIBITS * Owner: MYRTLE COURTRIGHT Main Sale conducted by REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION SERVICE Phone 547-2565 'Perkins,. Okla.