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Perkins, Oklahoma
December 6, 1962     The Perkins Journal
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December 6, 1962

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!L }' PAGE 6 This is a picture, taken in 1913 or 1914. This post office moved fr~.j~ the corner whe~ Blumer's service station is now Iocafed to the previous location just south of the new building. THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS. OKLAHOMA Old Pos[ Office Picture THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962 PE~tKINS, PAYNE COuNT~, ~KLAHOMA ~te Od7 NwqNm,. b Ihe STY*. ~ C~ Ik,..err~ ~',,,'t~, .,,,d JOURNAL Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sodowsky Editor and Publishers Published every Thursday and entered as second class matter at the Perkms, Oklahoma, Post Office, under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1897. ,Subscription Rates: $2.00 a year in Payne, Lincoln and Logan count- les: $3.00 a year if sent oat of the above mentioned counties. M E l,. 9 ~ L .~: All I know is whot I reod ~n the p.pers.---WiU Rogers FA t Employees of the department at that tim'e were J W Rickets, postma;tcr; Lida Carlite (Knipe,) Perkins high school FFA offic- ers attended the annual leadership [raining conference Monday in Oklahoma City. The meeting was icipating in the show. Bob Bart* rum will show 11 birds and Bob Evans will show eight. Judging will be held Saturday and the show will close Sunday afternoon. EAT AT Stillwater Care 118 .~,. Mai. assistant; John Williams, Ray Williams, Rice and Robert Williams, mail carriers. ...... o Photos Of New Post Office ,den ' 'ilaper by Donna Miirlln There were 38 that attended church S~nday. We were hapg: to have Rev Van Nickels with us Sunday evening. We want to cangratulate Jim Wood as our new editor and we wal~t to wish him the mort Suc- oees in his work. The viSFcors of Mr and Mrs Joe Pock Thursday evening were Mr: Jesse Taylor, Mrs Zella Jergen- Em and Mrs Maude Hanks. Mr and Mrs 3ohn /nman and ShaFne visited Mr and Mxs Sam and Kr Henry Im~a~ Ln~I Mrs BQvthe Kitchtih Sund~y. Mr Lee Roy Hortm~ of Stl]lwat- er oaned on Mr and Mr= Joe Pock ~uaday. There was a large crowd that attended the Payne county Farm- ers Unk~ meeting Saturdity even= ing. Mr and Mrs Alva Murlin visited Mr and Mrs Sam Inrnan and ram- and Mr and Mrs Sam lama~ and family and Mr aml Mrs Hen- ~F Inns af Oalifornia ~ Sham- rock Sunday. "l~he~ also ~MM Mrs Bertha K~tehiah and Mrs Oora ~uigg in Stroud Mr and Mrs Joe Pock visited Mr and Mrs John Kaight Sunday~ evening. We are happy to repor~ that Mr Jahm Knight has returned home. The services ne:~t Sund~ even- ing wcill be held at Eden Chapel The YF will be held at 7:00 with i Nelson In aharge. Mr and Mt~ Vel'lln Neh~ aM B.A. Fiolle, Perkins pcetmastCer iS I~-turl~l here at hit de~k In new pcet office .... Earl held a~ the Sheraton hotel and the members were the guests of the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. U Officers attending the meeting were R. Wayne Woolsey, presi- dent;Tony Cundiff, vice-presi- dent;Earl Westfall, treasurer Jim LaFolleV~e, reporter; Ronnie Bostian, secrecary; and Danny McKee, sentinel. Paul Evans, vocational agricul- ture instructor, is chapter adviser and accompanied the boys. The national pounltry show is being held in Oklahoma City and will continue ~hrough Sunday, Dec. 9. The show is being held in the Zebra room of the Municipal a~ditoriurm Perkins Will have two FFA teams and one 4-H club team part- E D Cars and Trucks The written warranty indorsed by Chevrolet Division of Gect- eral Motors This warranty Is the warranty our many happy repeat customers receive when purchasing from us, Ward Chevrolet One block east of 8tillwater Banks Kelly Says: the Check These Values! . . HERE ARE SEMI[ O@' OUR EVERYDAY . PRICES: tltN EN&TOR S~ARTER~ WHEEL t~ALANCE ~LU$ WI~IGHT8 WHEEL ALIGNMEN~ Meet CARS OTHER SERVICES INCLUDE: ADJUST BRAKE8 Ad~U~ er OverhaIH All Automatlo Trltnsmkmlo.s Engine Tume-urb Major er Miner Reline Brtk~ with Bonded Llnin0e Mr and Mrs Lee Roy Nelson spent the weekend at Hooker and at- ~eadted the funeral of Mr Henry One of the first customers to g~t her rwail in the new building was rki s Livestock Auefl0h Sale Every Wednesday ~harlt~ Rushmore, own~ Any~me ~ho thinkl he knowne all the answers tlh't up to date o1~ ttill qd~l~l, Contact: iiii i iiiiiii i i i ~ii i i LI i ~i _ iii iiiii i i ii ii iiiiii ii iii Stillwater Safety Lane 106 E. I~th-----KELLY POWELL, Owner-----FR 2.7064 b of Schools for III [ I I II I