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!i!!117:':!:' ....... : :,,INS: .... (OKLA.) JOURNAL THURS., DECEMBER 14, 1967 :Lost Creek and Elm Grove " 'Mrs. Alvis Moorman, Mrs. Stanley Moffat and Mrs. Garry est and Russell called on blrs. Grady Woods Tuesday after- 110011. I [ O. Kinzie is in the Still- -ater hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. I Mr. and Mrs Garry West and kons spent Saturday evening in |!e Roy Greider home. Mrs. Minser of Lincoln, Neb., of Mrs. Ira Burton is in the Ira Burton home. is recuperating from a brok- arm which she received in auto accident. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herod of visited in the Ray home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Darby :alled at the Garry West home ;aturday to wish Marie a Hap- Birthday. BRICK & CEMENT BLOCK WORK 22 Years Experience CECIL BAKER L17-2265 Perkins, Okla. Box 312 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirby spent Sunday afternoon at the Carl Bliss home in Perkins. THIRD GRADE NEWS Billy Ball, who is the chair- man of the arithmetic club, Pat- ty Slavens ad Carolyn Fultz have made a chart of fractions showing halves, thirds, etc. which is now hanging up in our room to help us with our frac- tions. Bob Campbell, chairman of the art club reported tha this group made a community by building houses and buildings out of paper. The members of the art club also painted a village scene and, after seeing a scene of the same type done by an artist, we all decided that third graders could paint as well or better than some of the "real artists". WASHINGTON IRVING HOMEMAKERS MEET DEC. 5 Mrs. Virgil Hall was hostess for a Christmas luncheon Tues- day, Dec. 5, for the members of the Washington Irving Home- makers Group. The business meeting was call- HARDWARE MART and hlN6S TOYLAND WILL BE OPEN For Your Shopping Convenience on the Following Dates DEC. 7 through DEC 23 8 am. until 3 p.m. DEC 17, 24 1 p.m. to 6 pm. 120 E. 9th Stillwater FR3-0526 ed to order at 1:30 p.m. Sev, eral reports were given. Mrs. Quincy Rusco gave the Christmas lemon. She read several articles pertaining to Christmas and the Christmas Season. Her comments were interesting and inspiring. Christ- mas carols were sung and the meeting closed with a prayer. Mrs. Mary Minser was a guest at the meeting. Gifts were ex- changed and names drawn for next year. The meeting was adjourned to meet January 2 in the home of Mrs. Margaret Coate. Mrs. Hall will be the leader. EDEN CHAPEL NEWS There were 41 attending church, Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. Mack Nick- els and Kirby Lynn were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Van Nickels. Mr. and Nh's Joe Burton and Mrs. Earl Stanton visited Mr. and Mrs. Wes!ey Shar/ton, Fri- day evening. Mrs. Pauline Franklin, Sandra and her girl ft'iend ca!led on Mr. and Mrs. Ah'a Murlin and Mr. and Mrs. Don Pereifu!, Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hil!house, Mrs. John Inman and Shayne visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mil- ler of Stillwater, Saturday mor- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Burton and Mrs Earl Stanton visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moffat re- cently. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Franklin visited Mr. and Mrs. Alva Mur- lin Sunday evening. Rev. Sidney Davis of Still- water called on Rev. Van Nickels Monday. Miss Beverly Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Don Perceful were Sunday dinner guests of :dr. and Mrs. Aha MurHn and Lee Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Penick and girls visited 3,1r. and Mrs Lee Ches'nore and ctfildren, Sat- urday evening. Eden Chamt wi!l have their evening, Dec. 23. Christmas program, Saturday Mrs. Earl Wright, Mrs. Grill Jones and tohn Inman visited Mr. and Mrs. Alva Muriin, Mon- day afternoon. OVEN" CLEANIN6 IlOl YOU DOWN ? , let ' elScD'icll;y dolt,- for vou! A SELF.CLEANING OVEN CLEANS ITSELF! i only ELECTRICITY o...,,... 1R All who Iy Imd Install . ...=,..  ec vembar or December, ro 11/, may ehev,= one of the tree free Idfts lining offered. SEE YOUR 'APPLIANCE DOES IT FOR YOU THIS FABULOUS FEATURE IS NOW AVAILABLE IN BUILT-INS AS WELL AS FREE STANDING RANGES. The self-cleaning oven is truly a modem miracle, lust set the controls , , . and leave it to ELECTRICITYI The cost? An electric self-cleaning oven does the job for about 5t6 -worth of electricity. Compare that to what you pay for a can of ovezz cleaner and the time yot spend using itt See them. ,at .Eou dealer's t0dayl ..... II.ICTRIC SlltliWlCIS CAMPBELL-MURLIN ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr and Mrs. Hollis Campbell of Perkins announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Beverly Campbell of Dallas, Tex., to Lee Ray Murlin of Perkins. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin of Perkins. The wedding will be Decem- ber 17 at 4 p.m. in the First Methodist Church chapel, Still- water, with Dr. Irving Smith and Rev. Van Nickels officiat- ing. Miss Campbell is a 1965 grad- uate of C. E. Donart High School and gradt, ated last September from the executive secretarial school in the Patricia Stevens Career College located in the Apparel Mart in Dallas. She is presently employed with Spot Productions in Dallas as a book- keeper. The bride-elect was in the Miss Armed Forces Beauty Con- test and was chosen Miss 549th Administration Company and was presented a Texas Service Medal, U. S. Armed Forces from the Natiopal Guards. She also participated in the Armed Fore- es Day Parade last May in Dal- las. She is a member of the IVethodist church in Dallas. Murlin graduated from Perk- ins High School in 1962 and served in the Army in Korea as Sp-5. He attended Oklahoma State University and is present- ly employed at Moore Business Forms He is also a youth lead- er in the Evangelical United Brethern Eden Chapel Church in Perkins. BUTLER-ADLETA ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Butler, S. Duck, Stilhvater, the engagement and' ins marriage of their Cataol Sue, to Thomas Adelta, Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. E. Charles delta, Dallas, are parents of prospective bridegroom. The wedding will be an of December 27, at 4 p.m.. the Lovers Lane Church in Dallas with the Tom Shipp officiating. The bride-elect attended ins High School and was a uate of Cushing High She attended OSU three and was employed in Tulsa the Tulsa Metholoplitan Planning Commission for a and a half. She completed ins at American College at Ft. Worth, and been flying two years, Dallas. Mr. Adelta is t Hillcrest High School, He is a graduate of the sity of Texas, Austin and tended Baylor Law School is a member of Phi Delta fraternity. IIe was with Military Police in Germany two years. Following the wedding couple will reside in DallaS" Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kidd the weekend with their da! ter and family, Mr. and Billy l Keith in Wichita, Mr." and Mrs Zeral Cordell visited the Jim sons over the weekend. HEY! STRIKE'S OVER WE'RE PLAYING CATCH UP 2 Door Hardtop-Diamond Blue Color White sidewall- Ovals Delux Wheel Covers, Tinted Glass, Radio, Door 2803.62 We've scratched the prices on all Mercurys to an all-time lo: SAVE S400.00-$500.00-$600.00 OFF on Montego - Mercurys - Station Wagons We Dare You To Make Us An Offer Bob Bellatti LINCOLN - MERCURY - RAMBLER - GMC 311 West 10th OUR CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO YOU .0 OUR 1968 CALENDARS ARE READY O g You are invited to come in and pick up. : :GARDNER'S GIBBLE GAS.