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November 22, 1962

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1962 The first chapel program of the first and second grades was pre- sented and directed by Mrs Bert Traver Nov. 21. Numbers present- ed were as follows: prayer, Debra Stanton; welcome, Donald Chap- man: song, first grade; reading, D J Mefferd; happy days, four girls; play. first grade; reading, Mike Black; song, the Roman soldier: play, "A Thankful Thanksgiving"; song, Darlene and Patsy McCoy; play, flippety-flop; and song, Am- erica. Two Masonic awards in the field THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS. OKLAHOMA PAGE i Miss Neoma Martin, who is at- the event was around $25.00. ~ house with LeNorma Watkins[ and Edith Bridenstine as hostesa- tending Midwest Christian college, I Mrs Estol Little attended thei and Patty Moorman as hostesses,e$. was home for the weekend with[ het h er of' - i Mrs Leon Bostian Arlin and meeting of the T a C apt Followin~ a covered dish lunch- .. ..... ' .... her parents, Mr and Mrs Rufus ] ^,..~ ~+~ Tz~,~o ~m i,, the I ~ I tcoaney spent ~maay evening w2tn Home Economics cottage of Meek- v , Martin. I ,-,,v ...... , .... vv ........ I eon the business meeting was l her ,-arents Mr and Mrs Ro~ ....... os'em Mr- ] conducted by the president, Helen I Archer of Stillwater Mrs Cora Hunt is spending the[ er mgn SCHOOL. r~ . L .s wass . . . " Lousetta ~ouKer. A Tnangsglvlng I ........ t Thanksgiving holidays with herI ........... ] Carrier.Officers for the coming d nner was served to members and ........ [ brother and his wife, Mr and Mrs| i year were eiecxea. They are: iAla R T Hummicutt of Weatherford,] ...... ] tmngan, presment; Joan ):~osttan, gue~.~, vice - president; and LaNorma I Texas. ] Watkins, secretary and treasurer. The Christian Union church held P / #liB i J The day was spent quilting and| USE THE JOURNAL WANTADS a basket dinner Sunday honoringi ~ri~_nn~ ]:n~n~_] i painting tea towels and pillow eas-I their pastor, Floyd Jones and his !niuvntu~ vinu[#vi es with tube paints. There were [ wife. Out of town guests were MrI ] 14 members present, four visitorsI and Mrs Orval Morrison of Meek-] and 14 children er. [ The next meeting will be in ]~ | By Joan Bostian] :: I J Icel and Guy Gazaway are home I December with Janet Moorman III |no'~nt~la for convalescence. Mrs Gazaway ] There were 65 at Friends Chapel I ..... In ~==~=,-a== o underwent surgery in the CushingI Sunday school Sunday. l[mm--qllmmmmmmmmmmmml ]l ReadyMix hospital and Mr Gazaway suffered[ Rev and Mrs Ray Leffler and ll I~ A Till I~Vg~ |[I ~-~ ___-_ a heart attack and was hospital-[family of Chandler were Thurs-II L' o Ill uoncrete ized. [ day evening supper guests of Mrs]| Ambulance -- Funeral Servim)| [I Concrete Blocks -- Sand The Band Mothers held an all-|Marion Lyon. II ~%"2 ~A~%?:2~ ~ III ..... ~k.:--Ye~me.nt- --- day coffee at the home of Mrs r .......... ' ~ua ~_. ~arr,son * 'l FR 2-1885 4th.& Sant~ Fe RR 1he r'rogress :~unsnlne Club met]| Cu.~hina~3kiah;m= IIB - --STII~-I~-WATFER ....... Elva Ruminer. The profit from t Wednesday in the Progress school- ' ................ " .... ! |~__ ............. of educational progress were presented last week to high .~hool students, Leroy Stanton and Mar- garet Little. The eighth grade awards were given to Francine Flynn and Cleve Shelton. Frank Silverthorn made the presentat- ion. SALES--- SERVICE --RENTALS --Ca lcu I ato re---Typew rite rl--- ---Adding Machlnel-- FRANCIS M. PRATT Manager orthern Okla. [ utane Inc. PHILGAS DEALER We give S&H G,'ecn Stamp~ Pi~o~e I:]~. :'-:~672 ;)ays and ~ I~ 2-0i:9 Nights Get the RIGHT used car at the RIGHT Price... Now at our OK Lot! Bob Compton Red Lohraan Virgil Ward Perry Frazier Glen Ward ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU. WHAT OK MEANS TO YOU! 1. WASH ENGINE & CHASSIS 2. INSPECTION BY FOREMAN 3. ENGINE COMPRESSION TEST FOR RINGS & VALVES 4. TRANSMISSION & DIFF. TESTED & CHECKED 5. RINGS, VALVES, BEARINGS REPLACED AS NEEDED 6. FUEL, IGNITION, COOLING & EXHAUST SYSTEMS REPAIRED 7. WHEELS PULLED, BRAKES & WHEEL BEARING REPAIRED 8. ENGINE OIL & FILTER CHANGED & ALL PARTS LUBED 9. FRONT END & STEERING SYSTEM REPAIRED & ALIGNED 10. ROAD TEST 11. STRAIGHTENING OF SHEET METAL AS REQUIRED ].2. PAINT POLISII & CLEAN 13. UPIIOLSTERY & MATS RENOVATED OR REPLACED l a INSPF, CTION & P.OAD TEST 15. PLACED ON OUR LOT FOR YOUR APPROVAL & "RE-WARD" Come And See-- You'll Agree-- They Are The Finest Used Cars In Oklahoma ,- ,I ... I[ 1961 It ..0. Seamless Concrete ! I I ,t VROL BEL-AIR Sedan, Aut-II FOR. FAIRL E Dr. Sedan, 2 tone I! Fo D O L IE 00,4 Dr Sedan, Raven [ ~4-.~.~ ~lln...~ I I u~n gold, V-8, Powerglide, Tinted Glass, [ I turquoise, 6 cylinder, std. shift, overdrive, |[ black, big V-8, cruisomatie, radio, heater, ] OISvxalt| q,J~llli, liDi i heater, low mileage (12,000) "Almost new" | I radio, heater, "Nicest one you'll find" |[ w.w. tires, "A Very Slick Car" ,i $295.00 ,I.I , $2,495 . ,, ;i~ . ', ,, $1695.00 , II , I l,, ,i , ., . , i li ,,0 il ,,o II /-' I i -.-.e"vl-".-- I I CORVAIR,. 2 Door Sport Coupe, Jet black, | I FALCON, 2 Door Sedan, Metallic green, | | BUICK La Sabr~, 4 Dr. Sedan, Ermine" ! ] i i powerghde, radio, heater,low mileage, I | Std. ShiR, Radio, Heater, new engine, i I white Tuxedo black, triple turbine trans. 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