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Perkins, Oklahoma
December 7, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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December 7, 1967

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PERKINS (OKLA.) JOURNAL THURS., DECEMBER 7, 1967 I Ill II IIIII III II Lost reek and Elm Grove I I BRICK &amp; CEMENT BLOCK WORK 22 Years Experience CECIL BAKER LI7-2265 Perkins, Okla. Box 312 II i I The Elm Grove Home Build- er's club held their annum Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner Sunday at the Elm Grove community center. There was a nice attendance and everyone enjoyed the delicious dinner, Deloris Harral, who is atte:]d- 1968 Tags Go on sale Mondav December 11, at tim Tag Office, first door South of Lions Den. Buy your tag in Perkins. I]1]1 Bill Sassar, Agent HARDWARE MART and KINGS TOYLAND WILL BE OPEN For Your Shopping Convenience on the Following Dates "TONIGHT, Nov. 30 Until 8 p.m, DEC. 7 thrattgh DEC 23 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. DEC. 10, i7, 24 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. 120 E. 9th Stillwster FR2-052 I I ing OSU spent Sunday after- noon with her grandparents, the Sam Lees. Mrs. Raymond Johnson spent Friday in Stillwater with her mother Mrs Elsie McNabb and sister Inez. Ray Herod visited Thursday evening with Luvern Leach and found him feeling better. lIr and Mrs. Ken,:eth Reid Leslianna and Dearl, spent Sun- day at his folks Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Gihman in Stroud. C. O. Kinzie and Raymond Kinzie made a business trip to Oklahorna City and Shawnee Tuesday. Mrs. Marie West and Randy visited at the Frank Darby home Sunday evening. Christmas Meeting Is Held Mrs. Evah Wobdrum and Mrs. Mary Fulton were hostesses for the paeethg of the Perkins Ex_ teniol HomeYLa!<ers, 5oiday, DecemLer 4, in the Voodrum ho:'._:e. Mrs. Ella Baker :resented the program and her theme was 'Peace a,a'-t H:Fpiness". The members displayed many gift item: they have made or were making. An exch:mge of gift was held and n:tP, iL?S \\;vere drav=,'l for next yezw's secret p:'!s. Refre!,.mer.ts vere served by the hoste::e< to ?J.esd:,h:e_' Stella Arrett. Tiilie g>teson. May Ear- tho!e:aevq Ella Baker, Evelyn Cruse Myrtle Cec, per Nora" F:11- ton. Lea Houst,n. Oma Kid& Nellia Knox, Ge!die Lacy, Win- pie ?loser. Ze!ma N,al, Robbie Phillips. Allie Stumbo, Dnvie Van Zudt and two guests, Mrs. Edna 51ann and Mrs. Car! Stan- ley. 5rs. Nnra Fu!to will he host- ess for the next meeting Jan- vary 1, with 5frs. Mary Fulton as lessoll leader. OF A NEW OG&E customers a new electric ranl " or dryer durinl No- vember or Deemblr, IN'/, may hoolm Ol 'l ftheffiltl frwgtft I "!IIbI,J E'P,'' I SEE YOUR I ' " 'IV:IIIIlb., N I PPU= I .....  I DEALER ,oo. i ELICTRIC SIRVIE.|, _ ......... II ;i:!:i:i:Y:[:i:::S)! i:i:i:i ii i::;ii!!!:!!ii!i:: :i::i:i:i:i:i Si:i:i:i:i: ::!:i:i:!:!:::[:!:i:!:!Si:!:i:;/<:?!::(Si PROTECTOR... An armored personnel carrier the First Australian Task Force keep watch for Viet as an American dozer clears a section of jungle in FARM AND TRACTOR SUPPLY 1 Mile South of Stillwater on Highway 177 on East Side of Rosd Come See Us For Your Farming Needs \\;\ Insta:lafon oz storm windows and will or'ten save en(;ugh in fuel and ing blls to pay for themselves in time. Live cornfor'ably this winter. or come by for eead. Perkins Lumber and Supply OUR CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO YOU O OUR 1968 CALENDARS ARE READY You are inviNd o come in and .. -2. "" :- : _,: U15  GARDNER'S GIBBLE.