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PAGE S THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22~ 1962 sophomore in Cushing school. Mr In politics, the stakes are high free world, that Cuba--has been INTERDEPENDENCE! den Ctlape! by Donna Murllh There were 35 attending church Sunday. Mr and Mrs Arch Allison and family are here visiting his par- ents, Mr and Mrs Ed Albright. Mr and Mrs Grill Jones visited her mother, Mrs Edith Murlin Sunday. Sorry to report that Mr John Knight is still present in the Stillwater hospital. We all wish he would return home soon. A Thanksgiving supper was held at Eden Chapel Wednesday evening. Rev Wesley White and David were guests. Visiting at the Mr and Mrs Joe Courtright home Sunday Nov. 18, celebrating Joe's birthday which Nov. 16 were: Mr and Mrs L A Robinson of Tonkawa, Mr and Mrs R R Courtright of Marlow, Mr and Mrs Harry Vines of Ton- kawa. Mr and Mrs Cecil Millison and Ricky of Perry, Mr Harold Courtright of Perry, Mr and Mrs Danny Kincaid and twin girls of Rioley, Mr and Mrs Troy Court- right and girls of Stillwater, Mr and Mrs Dan CourCright and fam- ily ,of Stillwater, Mr and Mrs Frank Gates of Glencoe, Mr and Mrs James Kuhn and family of Glencoe and Miss Susie Burton of Rlpley. Mr and Mrs Robert Gamble of New Mexico has been here viait- ing Mr and Mrs John Knight and other relatives and friends. Mr Jesse Taylor and Mrs Zella Jergenson of Napa, Calif. is here visiting friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Cecil Shaffer's granddaughter, Kim Shatter of Oklahoma City is visiting them. Mr and Mrs Alva Murlin and Louise visited Mr John Inman, Mrs Lula Thompson and Mrs Lela Edmondson in the Sttllwater hos- pital Sunday afternoon. Mr Cecil Pearson of Garland Texas is here Visiting his parenecs, Rev and Mrs Freeman Pearson and family and also other friends. Next Sunday evening services will be hem at Eden Chapel. Everyone is welcome to attend. Sorry to report that Ray Free- man is ill. We all hope that he has regained his health. Mr and Mrs John Inman visited Mr and Mrs Sam Inman and boys and Mr and Mrs Henry Inman of California Monday near Sham- rock. Agra News Mrs. A.W. Thompson Miss Linda Sue Connoly, daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs Leo Hubbard of Cushing became the bride of Carl Dwight Thompson of Agra. In a ceremony Nov. 9, Rev Charles Toles of Agra read the vows in Church of the First Born at Cushing. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs ANy Thomp- son of Agra. Miss Connoly was a Thompson graduated f:om Agra high school in May 1962. They will make .their home in Cheeotah where he is em,ploycd by tile Youngman construction co. Following the wedding a show- or was giv,n them in the Church of the First Born of A~ra t~v hi's four nieces, Jean and Johnnie Toles, Maxine Stevens and Linda Wright. They received a lot of nice and useful gifts. They thank- ed each and everyone. Mrs Ellen Thompson and Doris Richardson took Warren Richard- son to Cushing Thursday morning to catch the bus to Washington, D C where he has employment. Mrs Thompson called on Blanche Whitham her aunt while there Bill Britton's mother of Califor- nia is here visiting them and other relatives. Jim Fowble and friend and dau- ghter and husband of Colorado are visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs B O Fowble and brother and wife Mr and Mrs Oscar Fowble this weekend. Mr Fowble is in poor health. Mr and Mrs Press Cameron have returned to their home after visiting their son, Don Cameron and family in Tulare, Calif. .Iimmie Cameron went to Tul- are. Calif. Friday where he has employment. Mrs Doris Richardson and Mrs Ellen Thompson went to Cushing Friday where Doris got her driv- er's license. Then they visited Mrs Stella McConnell, Lois Blake and Nancy Duffy and Mr and Mrs Arie Wells. Mr and Mrs Roy Hardesty have returned home from Burbank where they have a trailor house by their daughter. They will return soon and spend the winter there. Mr Jim Gillespie is home from the hospital where he had sur- sery. He is improving and doing fine. Francis Wiesman called on Alvy Thompson Monday ~fternoon. Mr and Mrs Gone Stevens are moving to Denver, Colo Tuesday where he has emtployment. Other Editors' The next legislature wilt be fac- ing the same problem that has ag- gavated the last three sessions-- M-O-N-E-Y. A second problem that will con- front the members of the Okla- homa legislature is reapportion- ment. This might take as much attention as the problem of finan- cing the various functions of gov- ernment. ---Drumright Derrick and the game is for keeps. There is no place for wishes or tears. And there are no rewards for what might have been. So, I'll spend no time looking back. ---Prague News-Record Here's a hot tip for people with money to invest.Don't put it in stocks or bonds, put it in taxes. That's one thing that can't go anywhere but up. ---Dewey Herald-Record Over the years in the Newspap- er business, we have developed a pretty accurate gage on how close Christmas is getting. And, it is a simple one. It is when we start getting Dear Santa Claus letters from the small fry. ---Fairvie~N Republican i definitely offensively disarmed. eitheri The United States went to the I brink over Cuba just a few short weeks ago. It would be senseless to have gone that far, all or no- thing, and back up now without the job completed. --Dewey County News USE THE JOURNAL WANT ADS. True, a solution is needed to get the representation somewhat in a balance. Yet, as we have contend- ed in the past, there is still only one fair manner in which to get good representation for all of those within the state boundaries. ! That is on the same basis as the National Congress, one house on population and the other on area. ---Hennesse~y Clipper Now is not a time for the Presi- dent to let down in his stern Cuban policy. Before he considers the job done he must be in a pos- ition to prove without a doubt to the people of this cour~try and the ED KASTL;S WELDING AND FIX.IT SHOP Acetylene and Arc Welding Chain Saw Repair on all Makes Lawn Mower Repair and Blades Sharpened. Briggs & Stratton motors re- paired. Farm Tractors Overhauled. Location Block west of Bank and ~ Block South in the alley. AT 116 S. W. 1ST STREET Perkins, Okla. LI 7.2294 28th CONSECUTIVE PERRY, OKLAHOMA DECEMBER 4, 1962 HORNED AND POLLED SALE STARTS- 12:30 P.M. NOBLE COUNTY FAIR BUILDING | Kelly Powell Savs: Check These Values! . HERE ARE SOME OF OUR EVERYDAY PRICES: GENERATOR STARTERS 6 or 12 Volt To all District Three County Folks who want and need their Doctor bills paid by the County You must see me and take t your signed slip to the Doctor. No bills will be paid otherwise. If you need a Doctor on weekends and I have gone to a Horse Race, WHEEL BALANCE PLUS WEIGHTS Wilford Overholt or Ruth will sign for you. WHEEL ALIGNMENT MOST CARS OTHER SERVICES INCLUDE: ADJUST BRAKES Thank You. Your County Commissioner, Adjust or Overhaul All Automatic Transmlseions Engine Tune.up, Major or Minor Reline Brakes with Bonded Linings Stillwater Safetv Lane w 106 E. I$th-----KELLY POWELL, OwaeP----FR 2.7064