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October 4, 1962     The Perkins Journal
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!il : PAGE 8 MR. AND MRS. E. D. MclNTYRE Mclntyre Anniversary To Be Observed Mr and Mrs E.D. McIntyre, Tryon, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary as guests of honor at ~ reception Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Christian Union church, Tryon. Their sons Dr. John A. McIntyre and Dr. Ray V. McIntyre, and their families will be hosts for the occasion. Friends and relatives are invited to call between 2 .p.m. and 5 p.m. The couple requests no gifts. Mr and Mrs McIntyre were married at Chandler, Oct. 19, They have resided at Tryon all their married life. Mrs McInyre is the former Miss Lula Hall of Tryon. Services Are Held i Birthday Club The Birthday club met Friday, Mrs Anna Lola Foshee, 52, of Cushing, died Saturday eveningI Sept. 28 at the home of Gertrude Ishmael with a covered dish din- following an illness of two weeks, I in the Cushing Municipal hosptta ] net. I where she had been a patient for' Bess Lewis and Artha Fagan[ one week. t celebrated their . birthdays and] I were presented with a present] Funeral services were hel I from their mystery sister. Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Mere I or]at Chapel of the Fairley Funer- Others present were Lida Knipe, al Home with Rev. LT. Harpera' Alpha Bower, Blanche Reynolds, pastor of the Pentecostal Holiness Rosa Grimm, Nora Rice, Alta church, in charge.Burial was in RentfroW, Avis Sparkman, Viola the family lot in the Sunset Martin, Allie Stum, bo and Franie Memorial Garden, south of StillI Brown of Glencoe. water. I Next meeting will be with Rosa Mrs Foshee, born March 18/ Grimm. 1910, south of Ripley, attended Pleasan'~ View school and spent Meeting Changed most of her life in that commun-I ity. For the past year she had made her home in Cushing. The Oct. 8 meeting of the American Legion auxiliary will be Survivors are: three sisters, Mrs held at the home of Mrs George Louisa Kidd of Houston, Texas* Jacob instead o~ with Mrs Alice Mrs Myrtle Issacs of Dallas] Niles as previously announced. Texas and Mrs FAith Clary of Norman; two brothers, E.O 1 Cooper of Ripley and Audra Council Meets Oooper of Perkins; several nieces, ;nephews and other relatives, bY[ The ladies of the Christian She was preceded In death church council met Wednesday, her parents. Perkins Teachers Attend OEA Session Perkins schools teachers joined other county teachers in a one- day workshop of the Payne county Education a~ociation Friday at C.E, Donart high school in Still- water. Featured .~peakers at the work- shop we-e Kathleen Rogers and F.E. Willlngham of the Oklahoma Ed~ucation association and Ferman Phillips, OEJt executive secretary. Discussion chairmen at the event included Cecil Acuff, Odis Cowley, and Marilyn Sodowsky of the Perkirm faculty. Sept. 19 with Mabel Jacob as hostess. The meeting was called to ordeQy vice-president, Mabel Jacob. ~ A womans prayer was said in unison. Minu'tes of the last meeting were read and the treas- urers report was given. Committee activities were given. Goldie Lacy reported sending 10 cards, two wreaths and one potted plant. Mac Kuelzer stated that the quilting group had made $133.50. Cd~kles and punch were served by the hostess to the following: Nellie Knox, Fern Wright, Elva Jones, Chris Baggett, Avis Sqpark~an, Goldle Lacy, Alta Rentfrow, Minnie Recer, Gertrude Ishmael, Mac Kuelzer and Viola Hlckman. THE PERKINS JOURNAL., PERKINS, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962 Roundup Club Perkins Roundup club members heard invitations read for several events Tuesday night. The club is invited to attend a "Trail Ride and Barbecue" of the Cushing Trail Riders Sunday, Oct. 7, beginning at 10 a.m. Partici- pants are to m~et five miles south and one west of the high- 18r33 intersection. An invitation also was read from Drumright, announcing a Jackpot calf roping, bull dogging and barrel racing competition. The club voted to begin practic- ing on Sunday afternoons from :::!: 1:30 to 4:30 in the future. The club will hold a dinner at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, at the arena prior to practice• Sandyland Meeting The Sandyland Farmers Union will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday for its regular meeting• Supper will be served with everyone bringing their own covered dishes. A short business meeting will be held at 7:30 E.L. McCarty will show slides during the evening. Evaryone is invited to attend. LOCAL NEWS Mr and Mrs Louis Miller of Kansas City, Mo. spent the week- end with Mrs Miller's mother, Mrs Nora Fulton. Saturday afternoon :i~ey visited in Oklahoma City with their sister and daughter Mr A!veta Carlile. Sunday visitors in the O.L. Moor home were Mrs Moor's brother, Mr Jack Tow and wife, Betty and son, Larry all of Okla- homa City. The O.L. Moor family visited in the home of Ruby Moor's sister in Morrison Sunday evening. Thursday evening and Friday guests of the Jim Lacy's were Joel and Lacy Evans of Selling. Their parents, MY and Mrs Bob Evans visited the state fair Thursday evening and Friday, stayed over- night at the Lacy's Friday night Lockenmeyer, Cushing; G.B. Blair md Foster Johnson, Jr., Yale; E. R. Lancastor, Miss Julia Lee Stephens, Dr. Walter L. Honska of Stillwater; Mrs Larry J. And- erson, Christmas Seal secretary, Stillwater, and Mr James Del- bridge, state field consultant Oklahoma City. New officers elected for 1962- 63 included Mr E.R. Lancaster president; Mr A.H. Bartow, vice president; Foster Johnson, Jr., secretary; and James A. Lovell treasurer• Mr Bartow read a statementfrom J.A. Kenworthy thanking the board members for the support given him during the years he served as president of the association. The board voted to budget funds for a tuberculin testing program for 6-year-olds in the county. Dr. I-~onska advised the board of a new method of administering the tuberculin test called the "Tine" test which is more realiable than the patch test but does not re- quire the use of a needle which tends to frighten children• Dr. Honska also "demonstratc.d a lung function machine provided by the state tuberculosis associat- ion. The machine measures the a- mount of air a person can expell from his lungs and is an aid to discovering such respiratory dis- eases as emphysema. --We Get Letters- I have to write you a few lines to le~ you know what a wonder- ful group of people we have in and around Perkins. I've always loved them all but being away for such a long time makes one real- ize more than ever "there is no place like home." I think I am doing just fine. I have felt better the past few days. The doctors and nurses don't tell you too much--even though you ask. But they have all been very kind to me. Friends from home have been so wonderful to come see me and it does help me to pass off the days faster. Every day I receive cards and letters and no one wil] ever know how much all of these have meant• One other thing that has mean~ to very much to me is overyon,~ has been so kind to my family, Harvey Lee and Marilyn there at Perkins and Rosetta and Bob here at the city. I believe every nurse here will soon know where Perkins is in Oklahoma. To me it's the most important place going• May God Bless All Richly• Just Another Perkins Citizen (Homesick) Erma Brixey PEI:KINS, PAYNE COUNTer, ~KLAHOMA JOURNAL ..... Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sodowsky Editor and Publishers Published every Thursday and entered aa second class matter at the Perkins, Oklahoma, Post Office, under the Act of Congress, March 3. 1897. Subscription Rates: $2.00 a year in Payne, Lincoln and Logan count- ,es: $3.00 a year if sent ~ at of the abovp mentioned countlea I have recently purchased the Busy Bee Laundry from Mrs. Faye Seals. It is pre- sently being redecorated and equipped with new Maytag washers and dryers. It and left Saturday afternoon, will operate under the name of Beverly's TBAssociation Holiday Laundry. Barring installation difficulties we will be open for business Meeting Is Held Saturday, Oct. 6. The Payne county Tuberculosis 15c Wash -- I0c-25c Dry association annual meeting was held Sept. 25, in the Stillwater National Drive-in bank. The fol- Beverlv Mever lowing board members attended: A.H. Bartow, Mrs Hattie Mac CARD OF THANKS Dear Friends, We wish to e~press our apprec- iation and gratitude to you for your loyal patronage m the past past years. We have deeply enjoy- ed serving you and associating with our friends and neighbors while operating Grimms Care. 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