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PAGE 8 Services Are Held For D. J, Ools Funeral services were held Tuesday in the Perkins Assembly of God church for Donald Junior eels, 15, with Davis Funeral home of Guthrie in charge. Rev. Warn Gilchrist, Rev. Lee Mullendore and Rev. F.R. French officiated. Ir~terment was in Perkins cemet- ery. eels died in the Enid hospital Oct. 14 after being fatally injured in an automobile accident near Marshall, Okla. where he made his home with an aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Calvin eels. Survivors include: his father Donald eels of Oklahoma City; his motl~er, Mrs Joyce Sheppard of Spearman, Tex.; two brothers Orhen (K.O.) eels of Marshall and Calvin eels of Oklahoma City; four sisters, Brenda, Shelia, Twila, and Kathy eels of Coyle; his gra- nd*parents, Joe R. eels of East- land, Texas and Mr and Mrs W.W. Buckmaster of Coyle; and other relatives. Legion Auxiliary Plans Sale The American Legion Auxiliary met Oct. 8 at the home of Mabel Jacob. Tke meeting was called to order by the president, Christine Fiolle. T]w flag was advanced by sergeant-at-arms, Margaret Van-! Zandt, f, dlowed by the Lords Prayer aqd the auxiliary preamb- le. Onda Crabs, vice-president an- nounced that the membership drive wa.~; now underway. The president appointed the following as chairmen of comm- ittees: Gertrude Ishmael, Anheri- canism; Alice Niles, child welfare; Margie lViast, girls state; Mary Fulton, civil defense; Grace Hud- gens, poppy; Inez Barnes, rehab- ilitation; Evelyn Cruse, publicity. They discussed plans for holding a White Elephant auction to raise money for the auxiliary. The sale will be held at the Lions Den on Saturday, Oct. 27, starting at 3:30. Coffee, cookies and donuts will also be sold. There were 13 members pre- sent including Mary Fulton, Eve- lyn Cruse, Evah Woodrum, Viola Hardy, Maude Markee, Grace Hud;gens, Onda Crabs, Mabel Jac- ob, Christine Fiolle, Inez Barnes,! Margaret Van Zandt, Allie Stum- be and Margie Mast. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served. The next meeting will be held Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. in the home of Alice Niles. THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA Mr and Mrs Orlin Smith and Pam, I Mrs Martin gave the lesson on Mr and Mrs Lee Price, Leon and ~ "the care of furniture." She told! Mary,, and Mr and Mrs Earl Drake [ of different waxes and cleaners all of Oklahoma City, Mr and Mrs I that could be used. She gave some George Ridpath and George Jr. of/ recipes for waxes and cleaners. Stillwater and Tine Ridpath. ] Mrs Gobel Bowers assisted Mrs Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Billy Youngker, Randall, Jan- et and Gary of Midwest City, Joy- ce Breeden and Bruce of Stillwat- er and Loren Youngker. Club Meets The Elm Grove home demon- stral2on club met in the home of Mrs Walter Martin, Oct. 3. The group planned a politicalrally with a plate lunch supperto be held Oct. 25 at the Elm Grove Schoolhouse. All candidates for the coming election arc welc~me. Martin in serving refreshments at the close of the meeting. Others present were Mrs Verl Walker and Mrs Don Mercer. Roger Kinzie was a guest. Birth Announced Mr and Mrs Lee Earp arc the new parents of a baby son born Oct. 2 in the Stillwater Municipal hospital. He has been named Glen Edwin. The group re-elected the same[ Morris Knipe of Oklahoma City, slate of officers for the ensuing l son of Mr and Mrs Doe Knipe of year. They are: Mrs RaymondI Perkins, an employee of Tinker Kinzie, president; Mrs RaymondI Field, is presently associated with Johnson, secretary-treasurer; and a missile-manufacturing concern Mrs Burl Bliss, vice-president, in California. Folks: Just a word about Harvey Lee Brixey. Now Harvey and Erma Lee had intended to see you all p'ersonally, but as you no doubt know, Mrs Brixey was in a very serious accident and has b eet~ confined to the hospital for over a month. Harvey beinG the fi~e husb2=d a~! "ather that he is, has spent as much time as possible with Erma Lee in the hospital. He would sure welcome your support. He's an honest, hard work- ing and dependable young man. Let's all help him. Thanks very much folks. Friends of Harvey Lee Brixey (Paid For by Payne County Belimon Belles) Roundup Club A large crowd attended the Oct. 16 meeting of the Perkins Round- t~p club. An invitation was read from the Stillwater Round-up club inviting all Perkins club members to a trail ride and eats at 10 a.m. Oct. 21 at Oak Dale school, 1 mile north and 1% miles west of Coy- le's river bridge. Movie pictures taken of all past trail rides were shown and re- freshments were served to all Vote For Stroud Downs For County Commissioner, District 3. Junior High Team Stroud's junior high football team bombed the Perkins junior high, 54-0. Tuesday night on the Stroud field. :lit was the first loss of the year against two wins for the junior Demons. Birthday Party A Man That Will Spend His Full Time On The Duties Of County Commissioner A Man That Has No Other Hobbies Mrs Orpha Rid~ath celebrated her 96th birthday Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Jesse Young- ker. Those pr, esent for the birth- day dinner were Mr and Mrs Paul Clover of Cambridge, Kan., Mr and Mrs Jack Ridpath of Tryon, Mrs Mabel Bickell and Sharon, Mr and Mrs Glen Houston, Glen Dale and Janell, Mr and Mrs Loren Westfall and Loren Jr. of Edmond, (Paid for by Friends of Harvey Lee Brixey) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1962 One Call May Make the Difference! We Urge You to Call One Family... Ask Them to Vote for MILDRED HYER NAFF For State Representative On Tuesday, Nov. 6th EDITOBIAL The Senate Race B. HAYDEN CRAWFORD should be elected to replace Monroney in the Senate of the United States. We mean it. Mike We mean It because there is no doubt about his sincere con- cern for the future of the nation he seeks to serve. Hayden Crawford is an American in the conservative tradition. He is an American first and always. He is a dedicated conservative one of the most vigorous on the contemporary political scene who feels deeply the crying need for placing God and Country above pocketbook and exped- iency. We believe Hayden Crawford should be elected to the U.S. Senate because we know the deep desire of the man to pro- tect this nation from Liberalism's army of dupes. He is challeng- ing the incumbent and the people--on the basic issue that tends to divide that nation today: Liberalism verging on Socialism. We are sincerely impressed with the merit of Crawford's challenge. Too many Americans talk a good game but never get around to ~playing ft. Crawford is challenging them to put up or shut upl We "wouid be for Hayden Crawford's kind of Americanism whether he was a Republican. a Democrat or an Independent. He speaks for none of these partisan philosophies: he speaks for America and what made it great. The real issue in the Senate campaign hinges around the deep- down knowledge of all Oklahomans that the nation is drifting away from the morality, the justice, the pride, and the Constit- utional heritage uLpon which it has risen to pre-eminence in the world. We believe it is high time somebody talked about these things and Mr Crawford is doing just that. I-Ie is the brand of Americanism that Washington lacks and needs today. We are sure he would made a great United States Sena i or, (Reprinted in part from editorial in Tulsa Daily World) Vote For U.S. SENATOR (Paid For by Payne County Soon~rs For Crawford-- Leer Head, Chairman.)