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2 ,y ;O -I. :y 'S. ?e t- o] a e( e] 0 n( I it !-- I-- 11 2( n il t(: 1' il THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1962 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA PAGE S LOCAL NEWS Mr and Mrs Dennis Knipe had as their guests over Thanksgiving their daug~hter, Mr and Mrs E L Whitehead and granddaughter and family, Mr and Mrs Denny Boyd and three sons from Oklahoma -City and Mrs Bess Lewis. Beu Lewis visited her dau Mr and Mrs Bob Richard and fam- ily in Oklahoma CRy over the weekend. Jim LQwi= flew in from Alab- ama Friday evening to visit a .couple of days with his mother, Mrs Bess Lewis and Mr and Mrs Carl Young. The C L Kirk family had as Mr and Mrs Arthur Frailey and their Thanksgiving dinner guests son, Lane, Mrs Dennis Frailey, Mrs Lane Frailey, all from Jenks, Mr and Mrs Lee Kirk, Frank Shapley, John Harper and Frank Gladd, all of Perkins. Mrs J W Hulme from t~tlt,water .~-pent Thanksgiving with Mrs Ethel Lowrey. Mrs Mary All'on left Sunday to return to her home in Lafayette, Ind. after spending a week with her mother, Mrs L~thel Lowrey. Mrs Alta Deering from Liberal, Kan. spent Saturday and Sunday at the Lee Kirks. Mr and Mrs Jim Lacy, Martha and Judy had ms their Thanksgiv- ing dinner guests Mr and Mrs Bob Evans. Jody and Lacy of Selling, Mr and Mrs Barney Turn- ham, Jean, Lorita, Tresa and Ja-: mie of Stillwater, Mr and Mrs Wyne Allen, Janet and Anita and Mr and Mrs Phil Hughes, Phillip and Sue. Mr and Mrs Chester Cundiff and children visited Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Cecil Er~'in and Aunt Lucy. Mr and Mrs Nelson Cundiff and family were Sunday dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Frank Cun dif, f and family. Mr and Mrs Ross Jacob= and family and Mrs Cassie Jaeobs and sons, Chester and Dan spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Rex Jacob= of Coyle. Mr and Mrs Nelson Cundiff and family and Mr and Mrs Vlvian Cundiff were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr and Mrs 3urflor Cun- dfff and girls of Cushing. Mr and Mrs John Rains were Saturday evening supper guests af Mr and Mrs Vivian Cundiff. Mr and Mrs Frank Cundtff and ehtlcN ran visited later in the evening. Mr and Mrs Vivian Cundiff were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Bill Spencer and girls. Mr and Mrs Royal Thorough- man and daugh~ter of Wilson and Mr and Mrs Norvin Thoroughman o~ California visited last Wednes- day with their cousin, Allie Stum- be. Mr and Mr8 John Williams had as their Thanksgiving visitors Mr and Mrs Edse] Williams and dau- ghter, B~tty, Mrs Frank Hatchell and daughter, Evelyn, Mrs Hazel Williams, all of Perry, Mr and Mrs H J Churchill of Stillwater and Mrs Edna Miller. Mr and Mrs Cecil Williams, Kirk and Brenda of Tyler, Texas were weekend guests of Mr Will- iams' parenLu, Mr and Mrs John Williams and Mr Williams' sister, Mrs Vel~rm Riley and Arlts and Kar:o]ine Dunn. The Williams had visited with Mrs Williams' parents Mr and Mrs Al Hicks of Spire, Thanksgiving day. Mr and Mrs Jim Dunn and boys of Henryotta spent Thanksgiving with her mot~her, Mrs Velma Riley and Arlis. Kmroline and boys re- mained for a longer visit, Mrs Doris Jacob= of Coyle and Mrs Dora Mercer of Perkins at- tended the state meeting of the National Hairdressers and Cos- metologists association, inc. wi,th ~tillw~fer delegates, Mrs Dorothy Cat:hey and Bob and Mary White. These members o~ the Stillwater Unit No. 25 were housed at the Sheraton hotel in Oklahoma City. The meetings were held Satur- day, Nov. 24 and Sunday, Nov. 25. Thanksgiving day guests of th~ 0 L Moor family were Mr and Mrs G D Tow, Mr and Mrs C L Tow and baby, Mr and Mrs E R MeYJnzy and three children, all! of Oklahoma CRy, Mr and Mrs 3 A Crowell and six children of Morrison, Mr Chuck ,Arfchur of ~md Mrs Bee~e Moor of Perldns. Afternoon vi~t- ors were Mr and Mrs W W Ralls and Mrs Jerry Smith and three children of Stillwater. Mr and Mrs O L Moor, Mrs Bes- sie Moor and Mr and Mrs E R Me- Kinzy went to visit Mr P L Moor in the Stillwater hospital Thurs- day evening. He had been in the hospital a week. Mr and Mrs H A Etheridge and Delhi= had as their Thanksgiving visitors Mr and Mrs Pete Ether- idge and Mary Ann, Mr Robent Etheridge of Stillwater, Mr and Mrs Van Nickles and Mrs Susie Nickles of Perkins, Mrs Norise Creagev of Cushing and Mrs Viola Etheridge and children of Okla-= hem= City. Mr and Mrs Manford Cook and Sue had as their Saturday guests Mr and Mrs James Coffey and children of Pllano, Texas, Mrs Be= Dodd of Guthrie and Mrs Lucy Graham. Mr and Mrs Vertin Nelson droVe to Oklahoma City Sunday where they visited in the homes of Rich- ard Nelson and Mr and Mrs Herb Shoup. Judith, who had been visit- ing in the city since Friday re- turned with them. Safety Facts Alumium siding is being used on many homes today. Unless this material is properly bonded and grounded, it may constitute an electrical hazard. Should any live wire be "short- ed" to the siding, it becomes charged so that anyone touching~ the outside of the house might re- ceive a powerful sh(~ck. To gu.ard against this, all metal siding should be grounded in several places around the house, so that any current leaks will be carried safely to the ground. FARM FACTS Small grain crops, grown "Thanks to the drip-dry suit, men now have equal rights oa the shower curtain rod." B Refinishing and Upholstering Expert Craftsmanship FREE ESTIMATES Representative of Cole's Upholstery, Stroud EAT AT Stillwater Cafe 11S S. Main Bette's Flower Basket FLOWERS & CANDY 310 S. Washington--FR 2-8242 STILLWATER Pickup and Delivery Perkins LI 7-2309 after 5 p.m. A Few CUSTOM Butchorin9 & Procesglng BEEF & PORK for HOME Freezer= Ralphs Packing co. Perkins LI 7 2464 Men, women and children work and dress gloves, leather wool or fabric. Long black stretch gloves with leather backs. Also short gloves in many new colors. Jones Wheel House shoes---leather, felts, leather with fur trim, satin or corduroy. Alignment = Christmas Cards 5 each for WHEEL ALIGNMENT-- w:incer cover on sandy soils used for peanut production, should be fertilized. OSU station research studies h.ave shown that phosphorus and nitrogen fertilization are neces- sary for successful establishment and winter growth of small grain crops grown to prevent wind er- osion.--Research report of the Oklahoma State university exper- iment station. USE THE JOURNAL WANT ADS by the box - 29c. 39c. 59c and $1.00 FAIRLEY'S Ambulance --- Funeral Servi~ Phone CApital 5.2500 503 S. Harrison Cushing, Okiahoma ~,C:~-=-=-----------=----------~ Bing & Dale's PERKINS SERVICE ELECTRIC Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Wlrlng Pho. LI 7-PA98, Perkins after 5 pm FRanklin 2-4353. Ripley Hanes white anklets-- 39c pair Poodle, Bobby socks, Bowling socks and Morepearl socks, all sizes. New plain or fancy silks, 45" wide, 98c yd' New cotton prints and check gingham All colors in Corduory-- Zippers, Thread, Buttons and Trimmings Sup-Hose all sizes ........ $4,95 each THE LARG~