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November 22, 1962

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Teachers Attend Sorority Meeting Mrs Libbie Franklin and Mrs Elsie Jenkins attended the month- ly meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma Saturday evening in the Mural home of OSU's Student Union. Mrs Franklin and Mrs Idella Leh- man, co-chairmen, planned, the topic "Acknowledging the Contri- butions of Recognized Women Leaders." Short sketches of the lives of six women were given including Pauline Frederick, Martha Berry, Jerry Cobb, Marion Anderson, Helen Keller and Helen Hayes, by the following members: Dr. Ida T. Smith, Dr. Beatrice Campbell, Mrs Helen Jones, Miss Cordelia Simpson, Mrs Thelma Troth and Mrs Evelyrt Nantz. FHA Nets $65 The Perkins FHA girls wish to thank everyone who helped make their bake sale a success. Around $65.00 was made. This money will help finance FHA activities throu- ghout the year. UNICEF Drive Nets $101.50 Total Perkins' annual UNICEF drive netted $101.50, according to Chair- man Mrs Vern Wells. "We wish to thank all who con- ~cr~uted so generously to the drlve this year," Mrs Wells said. tChel Surely goodness and loving kindness shall follow me all the days of my life. --(Psalms 23:6). Whatever we face, we are not alone. God is with us, and through His eternal loving kindness all things work to- gether for good. Perkins' Christmas lights will go up on Main street Monday evening as the town readies itself for the annual Christmas season. Perkins Lions club members, in cooperation with the Perkins town council and Oklahoma Gas and Electric company, will erect the decorations. A committee composed of Mel- vin Sager, B.A. Fiolle, George Jacob and Arlis Riley is in charge of readying the light strings and Lions members are to meet at the Lions den at 5 p.m. Monday even- ing to put up the lights. Lions members Monday night heard Ermal Jenkins describe a series of attractive slides taken during a trip to the Seattle World's fair and other points of interest last summer. Guests at the meeting included Jenkins, Jim Wood and Kenneth Reagon. E L "Mac" McCarty will pre- sent a program concerning Civil Defense at the Lions meeting next Monday night. 'Otto Wood reported a $15 don- ation from Central Rural Electric co-op to the club, to be used to- ward buying a permanent movie and slide screen to be installed in the Lions Den. Farmers Union Meeting Planned The The Only Newspaper in State That Can Benefit Perkins and Commun / Everyone is welcome to attend the Payee county Farmers Union meeting to be held Saturday night, Dec. 1 in the Stillwater Fair- grounds community building. A chili supper complete with a lot of extra food and drink is planned. Serving will begin at 6:30 p.m., and the entertainment pro- 5o Copy Perkins, Payne County, Okla. vided by the University Entertain- ers about 7:30 p.m. A number of "rartyn L_ For n__rops,, door prims will be given away. A business meetingwillclimax Planned r J_ FHA the evenlng with the election of Dy oHieers, election of delegates to the state ,convention, and resolut- ions to present to the convention. Birthday Club The Birthday club met at the home of Avis Sparkman Friday for a covered dish luncheon. Those present were Bess Lewis. All a Rentfrow, Lids Kn~pe, Allie The Perkins FHA will stage its annual "Party For Pops," Tues- day, Nov. 27, at 7:30 pm in high school study hall, FHA girls will prepare serve the food and provide entertainment al~ter the meal. HI) Club Thuel~l~yp November 22, 1962 Eight Pages Vol. 73 No. 9 t A large crowd attended Per-' kins' annual Union Thanksgiving the Service, held Sunday nigh~ in the Christian church. and The impressive service was con- the ducted by pastors of four Perkins churches. Traditional hymns, spec- HeLping conduct the service were Rev. Charles Westbrook, First Baptist church; Charles Wall. First Christian church, and Rev. Robert French, Assembly of God church. Lands Cameron served as organ- ial musical numbers and a set- Ist, and Mrs R K Ewing directed men by Rev. Bob Mash of the the community choir in an anth- First Methodist church were on era, "For All The Blessings of The the program as the community Year." Margaret Roberts and Stumbo, Blanche Reynolds, Rosa The Washington Irving home entered into the Thanksgiving Bettye Dicks-on sang a duet. "As- Chairman of next year's Grimm and Franie Brown of demonstration club held its Nov- spirit, cept Our Thanks." UNICEF drive will be Rev. Bob Glencoe. ember meeting in the home of Mash, pastor of the :Perkins Meth-The Christmas party will be Mrs Roscoe Emerson. A covered ~ . od:ist v.hurv.h, with Allie Stumbo Dec. 21, dtShgivenThelUncheonby afternoOnMrs waSGeorgeheldprogramjacob.at noon.MrsW,~ State Cattlemen s C0nventl0n Is Set Bob Hudgens, acting secretary, Oklahoma s beef cattle indust- Other officers of the association began with the singing of hymns, ry, which accounts for more farm are W R Brannan, Marietta, fi~t Devotionals were given by Mrs income than any other agricultur- vice presiden: Henry C Hitch Jr, Emerson, and Flag Salute and ~1 o.,~o.vnr will he ~n~tli~_hted in Guymon, Wray Firmey, Fort Cobb, committee reports followed. " .... ~"-'~--"." ]-.-=.~--7. l^.h George Borelli Kingfisher, and Gi~t making suggestions were Tulsa l)ec. ~ ann b aurmg me v~ ..... :'. _ - . displayed,by several members, and annual convention of Oklahoma .mr~nr~. r~wa a. seconct vme;~.~s~d~_t~_~a~.p~..~t~arby:~_n0~ a Christmas card demonstration Cattlemen's association, les. chairman of the advisory was given by Mrs Wendell Steph- Mr and Mrs Jo1~n Wllllams It~llfriends in Memphis, Tenn. They en~ The convention, which is ex- counsil, and George R Neid. Okla- as their Sunday visitors Mr andreturned by way of Pine Bluff, pected to attract more than 1.000 hems City, execrative vice presi- Mrs Ross Howard, Linda and Gin'- lq[crt ~Springs and Ft, Smith, Ark. Nine members and six visitors, persons, will be held in the Mayo dent. land. Mr and Mrs Lyle Jones of Mrs Arnett. Mrs Wolf, re. Maxine hotel in downtown Tulsa. StiIhvater. Mrs Edna Miller and Martin and Mrs Stephens and son, Mrs Maude Markee. Craig, were presenct. In addition to traditional corn- The next meetlng will be the mittee activity and progress re- Word has b~ received by Mr and Mrs ffohn Williams that their son, Capt. John Williams was re- cently transferred from Alaska, where he has been stationed a year, to Ft. Lee, Vs. Word has bee~n received of the death of Mr W D Welch of Eu- gene, Ore. Mrs Welch is the form- er Mary Frances Dickey of Per- kins, Mrs Stella Arn~tt had as her weekend guests her daughter-in- law, Mrs Virgil Arnett of Bedford, Park. Ill, and her granddaughter, Mrs John Thurston of Bedford Pork, Ill. Mr and Mrs C O Kinzie re.~urn- ed home Tuesday from a visit with daughter and family of Spring- field, Me. and with relatives and Richard Grimm was honored on his birthday Monday with a waffle supper. Present were Mr and Mrs "Grimm, Mr and Mrs Gene Thomp- son and Larry Gene, Mrs Golla ~ta]cup and Mrs Minnie Recer ~nd son, Wilburn. ViSiting in Perkins over the weekend was LeRoy Shurtz, of Lake Charles, La.. son of Mrs Gene Thompson of Perkins. He attended the Perkins-Davenport football game Friday nigh, L and then Mrs Thompson, Larry Gene Thompson, LeRoy and Wilburn Recer attended the OU-Missourl game Saturday. That evening, they enjoyed supper with Mr and Mrs Richard Grimm, Golla Stalcup and Msr Minnie Recer. He lett for home Monday by plane. Arlis Rile~] called on his grand- parents, Mr and Mrs 3ohn Will- iams, Monday. club's Christmas program and ports, the convention will hear mjM~ Nsi~hb girt exchange, scheduled Dec. 4 addresses by key indu~ry leaders, 0 _P _~ _ in the IXL community building. said Fred Craddock of Pawhuska, ,~,.- It will be an all-day meeting with president. ~ covered dish luncheon. ---Mrs W.H. Eaton These convention speakers will ~ t~ J ' cover marketing and production problems, plus a look into what happens to meat products after finished cattb, ~r~v~, f-or~ ,~,o A dock s~ted. / ~.~ "~"I-~t~;;i~'W*'-'r~ ~ "Beef producersmore and more ~~ are becoming aware of the pro- USE THE JOURNAL WANTADS btems which exi~ for the packer, wholesaler and retailer---especially from the chain store influence." he continued. "Chain st*wes ace- "All ! wanna find out is ount for approximately 80 percentwhat kinda nut I am no~ I of tlae beef sold in the nation to- don't want to do anythiag day, and it's well that we learn about it..." more of the,Jr problems in order to be~tter market our products." e by Jim Wood The Perkins Demons overcame the cold weather and defeated the Davenport Bulldogs 36-8 in the Demons' season finale Friday night. Playing a slow first half, the Demons fired up after the intermission and handled the Bull- dog eleven with comparative ease. Perkins received the kickoff and moved on to score on its first ser- ies of play. The Demons took the ball on their own 20 and moved downfield to score on 11 plays. The drive was sparked by a pass from Quarterback Buddy Lawren- The Demons were handed an- other touchdown in the first quarter when Davenport was forced to kick on fourth down and a high pass from center gave the Demons the ball on the Bulldog 29. Once again it was Lawrence going over from the seven and Davenport held Perkins to stop the extra point try. This ended the scoring during the first half and the Demons nursed a 12-0 lead through the second quarter. Opening play in the second half saw the Bulldogs take the ktekaff and able to move only one way--- ce to End Jim Hunt, moving theback. Davenport was forced to Demons 39 yards to the Bulldogpunt from its own 36 and the kick 33. Lawrence carried over fromonly wen six yards and the De. the three to draw first bloo~ ]~or mons were in bu=tne~ on the BUll- Perkins. The conversion try was dog 42-yard stripe. Stiff defe~me short and wlth 8~00~ left in the forced the Demol~ to ~ake 11 first quarter ~ ~ ]Perld~ 6 tO 0. play= to move 42 ~ and a score. Gene Busch carried the ball over from one yard out to end the drive. Buddy Lawrence sliced ac- ross to add two points and throw the Demons into a 20-0 lead. A~ter kicking off to Davenport the Demons again held the Bull- dogs and forced them to kick from the Davenport 25. This time the Demons took over on their own 43 and plowed over in 12 plays. Kenny Hall plunged over from the one and Bobby Dickson converted to give the Demons a 28 to 0 lead. The Bulldogs' lone score came in the fourth quarter' when the Davenport Iv~fantry took over on their own 35 and moved on to core. With a first and ten on the Perkins six, the Bulldogs hammer- ed their counter across on the third down when Ron~le B~ soooted over and MeFarland con- verted to give Davenpor,t eivht points. Davenport kicked off and Per- kins was unable to move the ball and was forced to punt to the Bulldogs. Davenport threw an intended pass from their owrt 22 and Bobby Diekson intercepted it on the 25 and ran it into the end zone to ice the, victory cake, Larry Gene Thompson. took a pas~ in the end zone untouched to make it 36 points for the Demons. The game ended with the score 36-8, The Davenport vlctQjT gave the injury-plagued Demons a seven w~n, three lo~t ~=asot~ record, and gole possession of ~econd place .in the 11-C confere~. C~aeh Dltz McIlvain will lose only two =e=lo f =m the umt ta dllht game, beck Bobby Darby and guard Jim LaFollette, one of ~ ....... in the conference. Two other sen- ior regulars, Tackle Bill McDan- tel and Hal~ack Lynn West, were lost earlier in the season via the injury route. Several Demon linemen were given their chance to "star" ~n Friday night's game. McIlvatn shifted LaFollette to quarterback, Tackle Ronnie Pearson to fullback and Center Bob Tomlinson and Tackle Duane Collins to halfbacks in the fourth quarter. LaFoUette responded to the occasion by con- necting for two passes, one good for a conversion score and "sneak- ing" for 10 yards on one carry. Perkins rolled up 12 first ~owns to six for the Bulldogs, al~ had 251 net yar rushing to 85 the vlslto