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October 18, 1962     The Perkins Journal
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18,1N2 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PI=RKINS, OKLAHOMA PAGE t ,, ,, ,m J Friends Chapel By Joan Bostian There were 72 at Sunday school Sunday. Rev and Mrs Marion Lyon had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr and Mrs Ross Archer of Stillwater. Mr and Mrs Bill Spencer and girls spen~ Saturday evening with her pments. Mr and Mrs Ben West of Perkins. Mr and M,'s Dale Himes visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hatter and family Sunday after- noon, Mr and Mrs Edd Carrier had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr and Mrs Bud Carrier and Joyce and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Carrier and family of Stillwater. Galen Carrier spent Sunday with Rodney Bostian. Donald Ools Jr., grandson of Mr and Mrs W.W. Buckmaster was accidently killed in a car wreck Sunday near Marshall. The community extends its sympathy to the Ools and Buckmaster fam- ilies. Linda Carrier spent Sunday with Renee Shaffer. Kenny Cundiff. Linda and La- veta Bridenstine and Sandy Lon- gas went horseback riding Sunday afternoon and called on the Leon Bostian's. The Progress Sunshine club met at Progress school house Oct. 10 with Louise Cundiff and Joan Bostian as hostesses. Following the basket dinner, Helen Carrier, president led the club in 'the Flag Salute, the Lord's prayer and the business session. The afternoon was spent in quilt- ing and painting handwork. Others present were Joyce Carrier. Lila Longan, Mike. Clay- ion and Pecos Bridenstine. Patty Moorman. Lisa and Craig, Ada Ruth Shaffer and Danny, Alpha Longan, Rheta and Toni. Cloris Davis and Jimmy, Carolyn Crtsslp, Rodney and Randy of Helena, Darlene Downey and Junior, Kes- sic Jacobs, Lavonne Cundiff, Dor- othy Longan and Myrtle Bentley. The next meeting will be in November with Patty Moorman and LaNorma Watkins as hostess- es. - ~l II I II I Bake Sale Planned The Ladies Missionary council of the Perkins Assembly of God church will have a bake sale at the Lions Den Saturday, Oct. 20 starting at 10:00 a.m. I R Complete Line of Transistor Radios, Stereos, and Records I Year Service Warranty on TV's USED TV SETS SPECIAL Big 23" Motorola TV ........ $189.95 (with trade) Phone LI 7-2786 li li i I MEET THE OSCAR ANDERSONS OSCAR & CHARLAINE ANDERSON With Their Four Sons & ThPee Daughters -- Payne County Businessman -~- Creek County Farmer -- Overseas Veteran ~- -- Naval Reservist -- Graduate Geologist -- Civic Worker -- WHY HE IS RUNNING FOR STATE SENATE , . . As a family man ne is concerned with the future of our state and country and wants to do something to preserve the freedoms and liberties that we and our fore- fathers enjoyed. He is dedicated to: More economy and efficiency in our state government Strengthening the state farm and business economy A highway program based on need Elimination of earmarked state funds Art improved educational system Their Carax a~ Visits Perkins 11:00 A.M., Saturday, Oct. 20 Republican For State Senator District 11 -- Payne and Cleeek Counties Biumer's Conoco Headquarters For Zerex & Prestone I Let Us WINTERIZE Your Car Before Cold Weather Hits! BLUMER'S CONOCO Phone LI 7-2446 Perkins My Fellow Oklahomans: Oklahoma is at the thr.>1~old ,[ he: greatest op- ,,~rt~lnitv. The [oundation is laid. laid 1)v a team of pco- ~.~: and their dcctcd officiak~ w,r":h,:: to,~ther. The door .. fum:c ;,idc. in lhe last year we have gained a tremendous new Jr,d,,-trial imi,etus in ae,'m~autic~, communications. ,lec- i,'.c, ics and ~pa(:e. ,Ma;~; plants naw~" been lc,;'ated in ,,~i. ia;e ()!her~ are comi~;g. ']'hec wilt bring huge ,.,:i,ii::! investments. They will e'nploy many thovs:mds ~,f ()kkd~,mmns. Thus. we ha,,e a better climate in which ,m~ )ore:,_, racy. and women can profitably use the s~jllz ~:..'d in ,,ur inslitutions c,i" h!gher lcarnb~g right ]~![o iu OkiA~,,ma. No longer will .,., many be. forced t~ my 'U the ~-ame time. we. m L:op~'res.< havr secured t},,' !:qc,'~.l Federal approlniations in history for more l.t*i*. ,ltlC,,,i,l,lill. O[ Oklahoma. wherd)v mai;v mo:e :.. :lnd~ of Oklahomans arc and will be gMnfidlv ~,m,.o~ed. Everx single county in Oklahoma has tim tr ~,ii(:,' ,.~iden('ie of its own proi;rcs>. M~g,,~ays are being buiif wire :,rate and federal funds. Na~k,_,a(i,m is on the way. More flood control projects ale /ltlder COllStructioll all(t nlall\ inore are being au- th.rized. The same is true of soil-eon:.crvalion improve- ,~,:'nl,, and up-stream watershed programs. ~,Vh.rever x*,u are. look armmd you. You see rural , ,.el,4c lines and growing nt,mbe~s ~if rural telepimnes. 5 ...... .,. mmc benefits for thr ..::;., ,icl.c~;~:,,ni children. m:. ~1,,, I,lind I lncrea~ed mot:thlv payments and broader nleliira! care effective fo," 'he or.'.! C,,L i), You see i, '.,, ,.dm.ational opp,~rtv:fities for the children and im- .,,q ,,plmrtunities in ot"~ coik'iar.~ and ulmc,..,,.es. l~!,;u*' for \,)ur,;elf how lid,, has hapl)ened. What t :'.~::~t it almui? The answer is clear, it is h,aim,,n'k. Y,,a. ;!w l.'c.ple, arc the most effcciive part of this teal.. ~-ou ];a\r a bq','i}t ]?;v';:'r~:",: icai-{l itl,rc, rntinff you in \"":,-'5~:"'.n, Y,m have an al,l,, Govcrnm who has eo- ~qm,':del ~lilh this learn. I am mmvinred that in tim \ears ... ahtad our beloved Slate of Oklahoma. by the same iea~.:~orl., can insure even creater m.hievemenls and V,,c, 'r econonli:: development. We have a dynamic nominee for Governor---Bill ,,ktki,>.n. lie asks you. and we ask you. to elect him o.q Nm qd,,,'r O to bea member of thi~ team. 1 join ~ith my ,,.~reat colleague in the Senate. Mike Monronev. our l):.m,,eratir cnlleagues in the lqo,'tse---Ed Edmondson. Carl Albert. Tom Steed. John jarman. Victor Wicker- shar:--in earnestly asking you to reelect them ~o they /nay continue their effective service on this team. We urge your support for tferb Wright. our nominee for C,ncress in the First District. Believe me. no state can beat this ,team and few-- if m v--can equal it. Oklahoma has never had such bright prospects for cm llnued progress. Let us not turn back. Let us not turn either to the right, or the left. Let us forge boldly strai .d)t ahead. I know you will make your decision on November 6 ba cd on your com'iction of what is best for Oklahoma, and I want you to know that I will happily abide by your decision. I am so grateful to all of you for your generosity to me and your friendship, and for the wondedul sup port you have given me for so many years. My fondest hope is ihkt we.may continue to go forward together in complete, mutual trust and esteem as we enter what I am sure will be our finest era. ~a/" sincerely and tfully you (Paid For By Friends of Oscar Anderlon for State Senate) Your ~ U. ~ ~NI~ . , ~eld fer !W Rob't S. Kerr &Roan $. Kmr Jr4