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December 21, 1967

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AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS The American Legion Auxiliary held their Christmas social, at the home of Mrs. Evah Woodrum, Monday, Dec. ll. Mrs. Mary Fulton, president, opened the session in regular form with prayer, song and the flag salute. Mrs. Mable Jacobs, Child Welfare Chrm., reported that gifts had ,been purchased for the gion home in Ponca City and sponsored by the Perkins unit for Christ- mas. He is Ronald Mc- Guire,14. The Legion nuts and coffee were serv- ed by-the hostess to the following; Me sdame s Jew- ell Mahar, Margaret Van Zandt, DellaMatheson, Marjorie Mast, Mable Jacobs, Pat Nites, Ruth Stanley, Mae Decker, Mary Fulton and Evelyn Cruse. CRAYCRAFT TO HEAD ROUND UP CLUB The Perkins Roundup Club held their regular meeting at the clubhouse boy at the American Le-arena, Thursday, Dec. 7 with president Garvin Cruse presiding.'. Following the usual business procedure, elec- members are sending tion of officers for =68 him a wrist watch, alonglwas held. Lee Cracraft with the Auxiliary gifts, t TM elected president; A large box of needed Garrell Moorman, vice- articles is being sent to president; Bertie Cray- the Veterans Hospital ini craft, secretary; Ray ! Sea.So n z THE PERKINS JOURNALDecernber Zl, i)67' | Edward Scott, Perkins (right) rece{ves the Land Bank Golden Anniversary medal from William G. Plested, Jr., president of the Federal Land Bank of Wichita. Louis Williams, Man.-ger of the Still- water Association, looks on. Scott is president of the Stillwater group. The presentation was made at Oklahoma City December 4th. - gvwmw. , , o t.. , . .. =;._ Oklahoma City for their Gunter, treasurer: Lar- Christmas and includes ry Lowe, general mana- 27 pair socks, 8 handker ger;J'B'Rush, arena di Dave Rush, Hubert IVbcr-" chiefs, 14 paperback rector;Phillip Rush, pa- man, and Doyle Kirby,. books, and 9 pair of smff rade marshall; Jodie The Round Up Club queen and 18 lap robes made by Rush, concession mana -will be Kathy Rushrnore and queen in waiting, C1- member s. Refreshments of cake, ger; Margie Jarvis, re- )o rte r. BOard of directors are Peace @n Moser Trading:Post Mr. & Mrs. Jack Mosar Perkins, Oklahoma I Merry Christmas TO EACH AND | EVERY ONE I dr Breeden. Outgoing president, Cer, vin Cruse expressed his thanks and appreciation to all of last year's offi- cers and success to the incoming officers. (00=mo@l Receive A Free Gift OG&[ u,teme,s who buy and install new el,chic ranlKe er dryer during No- vember o, nectmbtr, t, may choose one of the three free lifts boin| offed. SEE YOUR APPUANCE DEALER S00Nt Whether your dreams be big or little, may they all come true! McDaniel & Son HARDWARE Perkins, Oklahoma FIRST SOLO --'Navy FmsilPt Carl L. Dobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. Dobson of Coyle, has flown his first solo flight at the Saufley Field, Naval AuXili- ary Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. The flight was made in a 1"34 "Mentor" trainer aircraft after approximately one month of Primary Flight Training with Training Squadron One. 1"he "Mentor" is the military's vet- stun of the civilian Beechcraft "Bonanza". He will continue on to more advanced phases of his flight training for approximate- ly 13 more months, before re- ceiving his pilot's "Wings of Gold". I