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k dinner guests of and Mrs. Russell were Mr. and Mrs. Lawton, who were Weekend guests, Mr. Gale Murphy, Dale and family, and Mr. Mrs. Milton Nichols. callers were Mr. Mrs. Jim Stephens and Mrs. Max Haken children, and Mr. and Carl Wills, Pawnee. and Mrs. Emmett Friday with family, Mr. and Murle Blanchard and Morrison. Sharlene Burris and were Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Les and Mrs. Meryl Porter Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marland. Mr. is an uncle of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bower, and John Baxter, were week. of their parents, and Mrs. Sherman and Mrs. Katie and Mrs. Irvin and family, and Robinson, Collins. were weekend visitors Robinson. and Mrs. Charles and Karen are vacationing in Wyoming. Mrs. Jack Burner and Kevin and Mrs. Leslie Garringer and Tamara w Oklahoma City visitors Mon- day. Linda Peterson and David Hunt, Oklahoma City, spent Friday and Friday night with Linda's grandmother, Mrs. Leta Olinghouse. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Watson and son, Blackwell, and Mrs. Letha Will were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Childers. Mrs. Virginia Bishop, Paula and Diane, Brooklyn, New York, who have spent some time visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Barrows, returned to their home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wall and Ethel Hillis, Nowata. They also visited in Barnsdail with J. D. Sears and family, and Mrs. Beulah Sears. Weekend visitors of Mrs. Leta Olinghouse were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peterson and Brian, Oklahoma City and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Peterson and Amy, Okmulgee. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Katie Tucker were Mr. and Mrs. Miles Tucker and children, Mannford, Mrs. Jim Bower. Robin and John Baxter, Wichita, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bilyeu, Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter We invite you to attend a Christian Science Lecture "The Power of God" by/Horacio Omar Rivas, E.S.B. Miami Florida / of the Board of ureship Of The Mother The First Churcl!of Christ, Scientist, in Massachusetts. Sept. 17, 1977 Church Auditorium 752 East Cherry St, Cushing, Okla. Public Is Invited tlmmmll ,bar FD!00' and family were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter where all enjoyed home-made ice cream and cake. Mrs. Sharlene Burris and Lisa visited with friends in Apache Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Kramer, Walters, and Isaac Hesser, Stillwater, visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Linson- meyer and children, Tulsa, and Wayne Linsenmeyer, Oklahoma City, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Linsenmeyer. Arthur Barrows and fam- ily, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Barrows, have been transferred from the Kaw Dam area to Cherryvale, Kansas. Joe Barrows, Allen Barrows and Gilbert Barrows spent Monday moving the family to their new home. Mrs. Katie Tucker spent the past week with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Tucker and children, Bartlesville. Mr. and Mrs. David Ripley and son moved to their new home southeast of Glencoe. They were assisted in the move by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grote .and Mrs. Sharlene Burris. Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. Porter's mother Mrs. Kate Porter, Stillwater. ,; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark, Lawton, were over-night guests Sunday of Mrs. Clark's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nichols. Monday visitors of Mrs. Leta Olinghouse were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Clapp and Wilma were Enid visitors Friday. Mrs. Clapp remained to help care for her sister, Mrs. Fanny Casey, and a nephew, Abram Case)', both of whom were hospitalized. HELVERING FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Don Larimore, Mrs. Clara Hel- vering Roberson, Mrs. Myra Hooper, Blackwell, and Mrs. Gertrude Atkinson, Still- water, all attended the Helvering family reunion held in the home of Mrs. Roberson's brother, James Helvering and family, Brad- ford, Arkansas. Relatives were present from Texas, Tennessee, Michigan, Mis- sissippi, Oklahoma and Arkansas. There were 44 plus in attendance and all reported a wonderful time2 Monday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nichols were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark, Lawton, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Murphy, Mrs. Rhonda Haken and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stephens and Nicki, Dale Murphy and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murphy. All enjoyed home-made ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown, Ft. Worth, Texas, are visiting Mr. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. Mr. Brown fell and broke the leg bone, just below the hip joint. He underwent surgery Monday and is reported as making satisfactory progress. Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Porter were supper guests of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Porter and girls, Fairfax, Wednesday even- ing. "0" GLENCOE FFA CHAPTER PARTICIPATES IN PAYNE COUNTY FAIR Ten members of the Glencoe FFA Chapter partic- ipated in this year's Payne County Fall Show. Placing second in the swine competition was Ray Brown with his Chester White along with Gary Coe who won fourth place with his spotted hog. In cattle Burble Pritchard won first and Reserve Champion with both her bull and heifer in the Open Polled Hereford heifer. Burble also placed second with her Junior Polled Hereford heif- er. Carnice Scrogum placed second with her light-weight crossbred steer. John Franks' Simmental won first in its new breed heifers class. With her Polled Hereford heifer, Dee Dee Doll placed second. Kelly Denny won both a second and third in the Dairy Division with her Holsteins. Athena Richards took a fifth place with her light-weight crossbred wether lamb. Brenda Shenold had the first and second place Hampshire ewes in her class and also the Reserve Grand Champion Hampshire Ewe. In the crop sample competition Jeff Kuhn placed first with his oats sample, second in barley, and third in prairie hay. In garden products Jon Kuhn placed first with his okra and peppers and third with his squash. -o- Perkins Visitors Bruce Dungan has been here from Tehachapi, Calif. visiting Mrs. Maude Markee and other friends and relatives while looking for property to buy. Mrs. Geneva Binford has had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Tom DelaTorre and two sons from Bellflower, Calif. and Debra Pino from Cerritos, California. Also this week Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Binford, Torrance, Calif. visited Sunday and Monday with her. iilllll Grand Coulee =1 WORLD'S LARGEST CONCRETE STRUCTURE, IT DAMS THE COLUMBIA RIVER IN WASHINGTON. IT IS 5504:1". HIGH AND MORE THAN 3/4-MILE LONG . , . . ,, ,, . , ,,ll,,,. .I i :[wle2reT}: [:fness Ilillll """" IIIIIII i ayne County.Bank. I Perkins, OK: I mmnmnmmmmmmmmmmmm The Perkins Journal Thursday, Septembe r 15, 1977.7 From Here and There By Edna Eaton Wilson Diamond Valley Commun- ity was saddened by the sudden death of Mrs. Jack Danuser the past weekend. Mrs. Danuser had been in ill health for some time with emphysema, and related illness. Mrs Danuser had been a resident of Diamond Valley since 1947. Services were at 10:30 Monday, with Reavis Funer. al Home in charge. Rev. Harry Hix was the minister. Mrs. Danuser is survived by her husband Jack, of the home, her mother, Mrs. Bessie Perkins of Perry; two sons, Randy of Billings, Jack Jr. of Stillwater and four sisters. The sisters are Mrs. Faye Dollar, Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Violet Carpenter, Sand Springs; Mrs. Pearl Baum- gartner, and Mrs. Mary Edwards, both of Perry. Diamond Valley Muscial was well attended Friday night Sept. 9. The next Music Festival for Diamond Valley will be Sept. 23. Everyone is welcome. The Annual Community Business meeting was well attended Tuesday evening, Sept. 6. Among the items of business considered was the annual fund-raiser effort which will be a Bean and other Supper to be an event of October 22. Carl Grant was elected Member.At- Large on the governing board for the community. A vote of thanks was accorded those responsible for the new sign on the front of the Community Building - they being John Pace and Richmond Wilson, who gave the boards from which the sign was made. Jack Hoffman who painted the name of the building on the boards and Roy Leach and Jim Demarree who did the work of getting the sign in place aboe:(he front doors. Good Work[ Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Emmons sons, Jason, 5, and Brandon, 2, and Miss Robin Emmons, all of Earlsboro, Ark., visited their parents, Col and Mrs. Earl Emmons, Bradford Emmons grandmo- thers, Mrs. Julia Emmons of Stillwater and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cunningham of Mehan Val- ley and other relatives over Labor Day weekend. East Side 4-H club placed First on their Educational Booth at the Payne County Fair last week[ And oh Boy[ Are we all ever proudt The Booth will be shown at Tulsa State Fair. 1977 is the second year of the club and they showed against other exhibitors. Individual winnings of the club members include 3rd place on yearling ewe.Eddie Adams; Sth place wether, Kathy Adams. Kathy also placed 2rid on her handmade waste basket and first place on her plate of cookies. Clinton Abbot received 2nd place on his set of bookshelves and George Hall won third place on his bookends. Clara Mac Wise and Joan diggs both handicapped showed handmade pillow slips in the open class division and each placed third in class for the type of handwork. Linda Schelby first organi- zed the East Side 4-H club in 1975, obtaining authorized ving and Storewide.Wide permission of the inclusion of the adult handicapped. Linda has married and moved away and since Linda left Mr. and Mrs. John Addison are sponsors for East Side Club. John Addison is a Senior at OSU, preparing to teach Special Education. Frank Driskel is among the first farmers to have wheat growing early enough for winter pasture. -0 o  have a nice weekend... I I I IIII Cimarron Laundromat 128 N. Main Perkins Open 24 Hours A. R. Karnes 547-2692 Still have a Good Supply of Jeans, Lingerie, Blouses, Double Knit slacks at Savings of 10, 20 & 30% HOURS: 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 p.m. Monday thru Saturday -547.2862. Decorate your home with this phone. Just call your Southwestern Bell business office and order the Antique Gold." Bell Southwestern Bell sells at cost an adapting coupler for use when certain hearing aids are rot compatib;e with some telephones. "Trademark of American Telecommunications Corporation