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October 10, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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October 10, 1957

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riie PERKINS JOURNAL I I III I II II I III PERK.INS SCHO00I00, NEWS Grade Talk also timeIy since the Queen is to by O. E. Cowley The Pavne county 4H leaders met at Hillside school Monday night to work out problems and set dates for the coming year. The County Team Demonstra' tions are to be held here in the Perkins school on November 16, Saturday A committee was appointed to try to get some oranlzation to suonsor a recvonition banquet for achievement night to be held January 13. 1958. "Share the Fun" will be held t Dee") Rock school on February visit the U S soon Judy Lacy with her family, drove to Roman Nose Park near Watonga last Sunday and Judy brought back some rocks and [nJctures which she showed and after making a report on her trin. Jim Niles and Judy Cundiff svent Sunday with their families visiting the Zoo in Oklahoma ,C'y. Their reports about the animals were also very interest- ing. Seniors Select Play 17,. with a limit of three entries The Senior class selected their from each club that are over I play Tuesd, a- morning at a class 12 years old. l meeting. The Form Divine" is 2he dress review and Timely[ a three-act comedy. Casting will' speeches will be May 12 be Fri an y " nav " I day d Monda , with ._1_ Mrs Pearl Spurt of the Plea- t practice starting Tuesday. sant View school was elected / Saturday evening, October 12, nresident of the 4H leaders for is scheduled for the senior class the coming year to succeed O E charcoal grilled hamburger party Cowley, retirin president at the Jim Thompson home. Mr The new 4H club year runs' Thompsdn is a class sponsor from October to October. We ex- pect to start club work soon. Third Grade by Tim Kolosick Robert Brewer, Steven Cart- man, Timmy Kolosick, Barbara Caldwell, Linda Nelson and Lois Smith are members of the hun- dred club for having perfect spelling papers for five weeks5 We read about a turtle named i grandpap Ken Judge brought a turtle to school one day. We call him granpap. Gene Nfles saw ,some big turtles at the zoo. We lave been building log cab ins Wlearned about he'they .hould be built in our reading lesson Fifth Grade "" We have been enjoying our weekly films very much. Last week we saw a science picture entitled Heine, The Dagnificent, which showed the function of the heart and cLcculatory sYstem. This week.we have been viewing films on a unit which teachcSs correct telephone usage and the importance of the telephone in our daffy lives. Shirley Rutter is our new pupir that enrolled last week. She atten ed school in Ponca City. Our enrollment is now 41. We corapleted checking the childrens eyes in our room this week. We found several needing glasses, according to the chart system hooked up to dry cell Gene Thompsons mother visit our room last ThUrsday. She also ate lunch in the lunch room with US. We cordially invite other par- ents to visit at anytime. Larry Gene Thompson was the first to finish his project in Science It is a play city lighting W'e were happy to have Larry batteries. We enjoyed Donna Wall's scrapbook about Queen E11beth which showed the coronation and other interesting pcitures and articles. We thought it was a good one since she macro it when she After the party, the group plans to attend the prevue at Still water. Band Plays at OSU Saturday The Perkins HighschOol Band under the direction of Jim Thorn son, were guests of OSU Saturday at the OSU--Wichit game. The group played, alternating with other highschool bands, for the pregan entertainment. The next performance will be at the Homecoming game with Hennessey Friday night Also, the band will be going to the state marching contest in a few weeks at Midwest City. Twirling solos and duets will be entered by Llnda Baker, Marilyn Youngker. Marie Darby and Vir ginia Reynolds. Tvyon News Betty Caeder Frlends and relatives gathere in the First Baptist church of Carney to pay their last respects to Noah C Hackworth Mr Hack worth passed away at his home September 28. Rev Calvin Walker officiated. Noah leaves his wife, Della ,his parents of Hoxle, Ark, three brothers, sister, seven child ren. twenty two grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. A lovely pink and blue shower was given in the home of Mrs Charley Adams in honor of Mrs George Amrine, Mrs Armine's daughter, Cheryl, assisted her mother in opening the gifts and refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs Adams and Mrs Evelyn Hicks. Edith Welch, Wllla Kalka, Bet ty Cox, Margaret Tomlinon, Jean ette and myself Journeyed to Tulsa Sunda afternoon to see the fair exhibits. We were particular ly interested in the art exltlbit since Betty Cox had two paint- ings entered. She entered her portrait of Pistol Pete and hmr +Boots mad Saddle" still life We were happy, but not sur- prised to find a second place ribbon on the "Boots and Saxldle% was only eight years old. It is The Chrtian Union church BE READY FOR WINTER ' Gas Heaters A complete stock of All EAnd Stoves -. ,ea.n ... .. Gas Circulators' Irmure Plenty heat No Moisture no odors Tappan Gas Ranges GE Washers and; Dryers Simmons Innerspring Mattress Own a Good Mattress  SPECIAL 44,95 to $5930 pITTSBURGH PAINTS MAKE THIS YOUR ttBADQUARTEI McDaniel & SON Hdw. -- LEIS TRADE IN PERKINS -- III TISIT PERKINS AND OKIJ -- J II had a three day missionary meet ! ing this past weekend. Noon day meals were served at the church both Saturday and Sunday. The young people held their meeting in the Christian church Sunday afternoon The Baptist church had a fel lo-shtp meeting Monday nigh. :About 40 attended the weiner roast and watermelon feed. Rev and Mus Collum attended, also Rev and Mrs Jack Frisley, Rev and Mrs Cleve r, all of Shawnee. Mr Oliver Hicks has been sick OMA IN '57--youl enk 21 Third and fourth, Norma Hlcls,; Fifth and sixth, Judy Wise; Sev enth and eighth, Phyllis Smlih; reshman, DeAnn Klrkparlck; Sophomore, Betty Randolph; Junior, Karen Williams and Sen ior, Phyllis Barnett Funeral services for "Aunt" Mary Hemphill as she was known by many, were held Sunday at the Christian Union church. She passed away at the Sunnyside Resthome in Stlllwater Friday. Sunday afternoon guests at the again I home of Mrs Mary Laughlin were The Queen Race to determinel Mr and Mrs Warner Acuff and the annual queen of our school{ 1 and Mrs John Laughlin and is" on. Starting with the first and I Linda of Ollahoma City, and a p second grade, Micalin Hlnk2e;I ,'rlend of Linda, Dan Johnson, -o i Fresh Crisp i Stalk Doz Ta,..,,y, Oc,1,,,, ,o, ds who is a photographer and took ston, Mr and Mrs ]Parrs/ Curt- color pictures of Mrs Laughllns flowers cliff and daughter, all  of ulsa, Mrs Bessie Cole and M Rose mm Those visiting Mrs J E Weems --- Sunday were Mrs Myrtle Living- Anderson Celery Sunkist II HIGH QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS WITH DELIVERY DAILY FROM OUR MODERN DAIRY Our Cows All Bangs & TB Tested ,-Vtslters Always Welcome-- Luster's Heine Town Dairy Serving Perkins and Commu/ty For The Past 5 Yeses DeWayne Luster, Owner Perkins, Oklahoma I I I Delicious 10 Apples 2 t91 I Yellw 3 Ibs 10 LEMOtlS 0029 ONIONS i1[ , , iii III III I I  I ., Brown Beauty  Red Bud Cream Style Pork &Beans 2 19c Corn 2 23 Cans Cans , I I I II , -- -$' Campbell's Snow ?rop FROZEN F00OS TomatoSoup 2 Cans 21 Broccm Cuts 200k0:39C i FireMarshmall0wsSide White 10pkgOZ 1 5 t Cain'sC offeeEXClUSiVe BlendedLb Tin 95 Supreme Choc Fudge Armour's Dash +Cookies 3:, 4500Dos F:l00d 2 C00n0025C Rib steak ., eUnSG2 TC:::y. 49 Wilson" 's Corn King" .....  Pork Loin" '-' ...... Fairmont Ice Cream , /.Q 10 Oz 33C Pkgs - Nut Roll Qt 5 Size e Juice 2 e z 3r3c Cans - lllll i i I I Armour's Crisco 3 Lb 89 Spaghetti a Meat 2 Cans303 49c Tin I I +"  j,IL I  tl '" -- I I Use as Cream or Milk H Wilson's Golden Milnot Can 10 Oleo 2 ,+s 37c I ., t II ii i -. I Pancake Mix Duncan Rines-Tle' 160z 19 Buttermilks in the mix Pkg Center Cut Chuck  Half or Whole Beef Roast 3900Hams Lb. 49 -- -- . -- - -- _ I I II I II I - -- I I '--'1 . Cardinal Food Store Your Store Of Better Values Phone 81 Priees effective FrL Sat & Men. 125 Main St