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12-The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 20, 1977 i GIVE GIVE GIVE CALIF. EMPEROR EVERFRESH (FROZEN) rapes ,. 49 e Donuts 89 e U.S. NO. 1 CALIF. WB '" 2 LB. ,,,, rrots ........ U.S. NO I YELLOW WE gIVE MR. G 2 LB. PKG. 39 e rench Fries 33 range Juice nions ,r.s 25 26:00 69 DOODLE BUG Town and (Continued From Page 1) minutes to make the 50 mile distance between Stillwater Country Club and Faiffax. This included stops at Pawnee, Skeedee and Ralston. We recall the passenger car would be filled to capacity on the Friday Six members of the afternoon run when the and Country college students headed Homemakers' north for the weekend, guest met last Frida Having grown up at home of Barbara Miller l Fairfax, we rode the train were updated on the regularly between there and metrification currently Stillwater. However, only ing place in the once did we go south of States. Stillwater and we rode to the Some were sur end of the line at Shawnee find that the original and caught the bus on to "go metric" was pa-  Holdenville and Wetumka. 1868, others, to The train turned around at were already using Shawnee and started back to measure in many ways make the afternoon milk and as using l: mail run. prescriptions, cameras The little train was usually film, and using prompt unless it should agreed that once the happen to hit a cow on the units of meter, liter, tracks. Several times it and celcius are derailed, and then there system will be were the times the engine remember and to fi and a car or truck would the present system. collide at a crossing. We Those attending recall when the train hit a car Martha Bowyer, Linda being driven by Peyton gleton, Gwen Glass, Sr. at the Pawnee Barbara Miller, Pare crossing. Mr. Glass owned diff, Marilyn Overholt, the G&G Store at Fairfax and guest Judy Reynolds. was enroute to look after Among the business when his car and discussed were the the engine collided. He was ing Arts and Crafts Sh0* seriously injured, for October 19 in We would welcome aletter Fairgrounds Building from anyone who remembers the group's joint the Puddle Jumper. We quilt for a friend in a imagine there are folks in home. Also a family Ripley and Stillwater that roast wasplanned recall the activity the train at the home of created at their stations upon Reynolds at 6:30. its arrival and departure. The meeting was Should anyone have a ed until Nov. 11 in the snapshot or photograph of of Harriett Robinson the train we would like a the lesson will be copy. "Appreciation DayS". We're not sureofthe date, will cover the art 0f but the Doodle Bug quit giving andg making the daily trips A luncheon was someP.me in 1953 or 1954. -0- Perhaps someone might fill us in on the dates. THE -0- LIGHT GOLD SPOT GRADE A LARGE m Eggs oo=. EIR SUNSHINE KRISPY rackers WE |lYE 1LB. BOX 49 e PETER PAN Peanut Butter "oz OL. 93 e Sugar SHURFINE CANE 5 LB. BAG 89 e POTATO CHIPS Pringles 9 OZ. Twin Pak 79 g SMUCKER'S Tom. ato Grape Jelly Ju,ce '" "' 99' NORTHERN BATHROOM DEL MONTE ml 4 ,o, 83' PACK So u p Cream Style or Whole Kernel rn 4 0 s 1 CANS WE EII/E CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN NOODLE 2 CANS 49 , NE EIIIE ELLIS i' Job Squad ,0, 39 ,,ow,s 59* EACH Tissue BETTY CROCKER Potato Buds 16% OZ. BOX 89 Beef Stew 24 OZ. CAN 79 Peaches Pickles SHURFINE SLICED OR HALVES QUART PACKERS LABEL SLICED DILL 6 "z s125 CANS Sound Off (From Page 2) reason, this one stands out in my mind above all other childhood parties. "Trick or Treat" began for Another thing us when my own daughters buy is an were quite young. It was a special occasion for all the * * * * children. There was no fear We must interpret of getting contaminated ad temper as a sig "goodies" as is the possibil- ,,,, ity today. One reason It seems strange that such do more work innocent customs cannot be Jle is that they enjoyed without fear. No bp to answer doubt, "trick or treat" began hone. Stove Top in order to eliminate ***** i D Pepper " HE Ho over-turned garbage cans, as well as some major vandal- r. DRESSING " ism at times. It seems that American ...... ::: ..... since the children became ASSORTED 59' Crackers more considerate, theyhave 547-2773 22 WE -"-- 6 OZ. PKG. sometimes become the vie- IiMf tim 0- Pop Corn SHURFINE YELLOW 49  2 LB. PKG. SUNSHINE I LB. BOX JUST A LINE MORE (From Page 1) Burton Coate, who owned the house 18 years before we bought it, said he was not aware of a skeleton, so it was evidently disposed of after Finley left home. Does anyone recall when the house was built? We've heard it was built by the person who owned the town's lumber yard. There have been a lot of people work on our house since the day in early spring we stood outside in a heavy coat with a painter, the last snow of winter was falling, and found out that it was going to cost more than we had anticipated to do what we wanted to do. Steen and Riden did the outside painting, Mike Thompson of Ripley put on the nearly 50 squares of shingles plus the tar and gravel on the flat roof. Howard Rollins and his wife did the painting, papering and ceiling work inside. Tryon Lumber Co. was low bidder on the storm windows for the 44 windows in the house. Claude Gazaway installed them. Paint, wallpaper and other odds and ends came from Olson Hardware and Perkins Paint Supply. Pogue Plumb- ing worked over the under- side and valves. Perkins Plumbing installed the hot water tank and disposal. Melvin Sager rewired the house; Shorts Carpet and Tile did the tile work; the carpet was bought and installed by Himes-Mathe- son Carpet; Bert Dodson did the paneling and interior finish work, etc., and Johnny Payne's crew lowered some ceilings. The draperies were done by Margaret Fresh and son Roger Graham. The light fixtures came from Harrison Lighthouse, numerous panes of glass and mirrors from the Lee Co. And so it goes. There have been many weekends of the family working scraping windows, unpacking boxes, hanging pictures, mowing the yard, trimming shrubbery, clean- ing the garage (3 different times), etc. But we're finally finding an evening or two and even a Sunday afternoon where we can sit down for more than 15 minutes at a time. If you've never tried to re-do an old house, you ought to do it once. If you've done it once -- that's enough! XXXX Many of you who voted in our Telephone Poll feature in The Journal this week no doubt found the "Yes" telephone number with a busy signal. A reader called to tell us about it Sunday. The telephone company fixed it Monday morning and promises it won't happen again. We're sorry for the inconvenience and please vote again. This was a mechanical thing that shouldn't happen often. MEATS -- "Chuck Roast u'scH'cE 59 , 00BulkAnti-F filbE BLADE CUT LB. gals. & up Under 5 gals. Chuck Roa t u's'cH'cE '2' 7-BONE LB. 79 s2" gal. gal WE " t Arm Roast u.s. CHOICE LB. 98 Bring Your Own Conta,ne WE |nil LB. $1o9 ,B 89 Stew Meat BEEF re Ribs WE rdkl R S . PRICES'EFFECTIVE Friday, Sat. and Monday Oct. 2 I, 22, & 24th Pre.Packaged A.F s3'5 gal. Book Your Winter Range Cubes NOW! 20-0 Natural Breeder Cubes (From our truck to yours) $122 `0 Ton "You Own/t. You Operate/t. You Profit from It" PERKINS,  ,r .... "Your FriendlyS&HStore.,, A[FIIIA. OKLAHOMA., Perkins, G  ,. , 547-2700 Cimarron Valley Co-up,