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December 22, 1977

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To___: Everyone From: .r oottrR lwv. H N-W-HI Everything in our entire, store is 25% off from now until Christmas. Gladly exchanging an empty gas can for official notification that 100 gallons of Gibble Gas belong to him is David f Bateson, Perkins. An Auto II student at f Central Vo-Tech, Bateson's name was "Merry Christmas! drawn in the Distributive Education Tom & M, p r- ......... i Christmas time is thank-you time as we extend our gratitude to all of our, loyal patrons. We have enjoyed doing business with you and we hope that we will see you in the future. Leonard's Jewelry Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard S S + + + S S S + S S + S + + S S I s / , i Best Wishes of the S S holiday season to all t [ of our loyal friends S I and patrns" 1 S S S i Perkins Plbg. ] J,D. and Evelyn IL_ A"de ,._...J 00Dtatr ,,,, 00,artb .E..Y C..,.+... +O.CC OU.,.,E"O" For all of our friends this Christmas, a To wish yon the I very special wish that brightness, excite- Sl,iai giits ol ! Christmas: [[ ment and love -- the true spirit of the season Pence, Go win | -- be yours at this joyous time of year! and Abiding n From All of Us At- Happiness. I DeI.Mar's l00ood ! G & D Painting _l St re ...... +.+. ...... Clubs of American (DECA) contest recently held. David receives the good news from Sue Smith, Perkins DEll senior. Clarkson-O00lkdale News By BelleWhitmore Club met December 17 for Mrs. Jimmy Gunkel and their annual Christmas tree children were recent visitors and dinner in the Oak Dale of Mrs. Mary Brewer, Ralph Community Building. and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Every year the clubs Brewer. sponsor a Christmas tree for Mr. and Mrs. Devote the community and distrib- Ingles were among those ute Christmas treats. shopping in Oklahoma City There was a nice group for last week. the supper and each party Mr. and Mrs. John brought three dishes of food. Whitmore were recently in The tables were covered with Arkansas. white. A beautiful Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Wallace tree reminded everyone that Gunkel are the proud owners Christmas was just around of a new pickup, the corner. Roy Fairbanks has spent a Mrs. Earl Smith, Presi- few days in Coyle, after dent ofHomeBuilders Club, being in the Veterans gave the devotional and Hospital. welcomed everyone. The .... evening was spent visiting, The Oak Dale Community playing cards and dominoes. Club and Home Builders Treats were distributed and treats were also sent to former members who are patients in Stillwater and Guthrie Nursing Centers. A family has moved into the Gailrein house. -0 o Cimarron Valley EH Club meets Cimarron Valley Extension Homemakers met in the home of Charlene Meisinger on December 6 for their annual Christmas party. The members enjoyed singing Silent Night, listening to the Christmas Story read from the Bible and sharing memories of a special Christmas that were remem- bered from the past. Elsie Grant presented a short program on Christmas traditions in European coun- tries. Many of these customs are carried on in American homes, notedly the exchange of Christmas cards. Gifts were collected to be sent to Vinita. After the gift exchange each member told who her past secret pal had been and names were drawn for the next year. Refreshments of coffee, punch and several kinds of Christmas cakes were served to Geraldine Allen, Mary Dodson, Elsie Grant, Opal Olson, Agnes Cowley, Rosa Lynn Baker, Bonnie Manke, Ella B. McCarty, Pat Niles, Donna Frank, Erma Brixey, Virginia Hawxby, Pat Hise, Mae Vassar, Pat Vassar, and Dora Mercer. "0" Eunice Sunday school class meets The Eunice Sunday School Class of the Baptist Church met on December 15, 1977 in the home ef Maude Markee and Geneva Binford for the annual Christmas dinner and i gift exchange. Those attending were Anna Reeves, Zula Hender- son, Alice Cundiff, Rosa Wegley, and Helen Miller. Guests were Rev. Gowdy, Dorothea Sanders, Mrs. Williams, Bertie Tarlton and the hostesses Maude and Geneva. In the absence of the President, Helen Miller conducted the business meeting which was opened with a song and a prayer. A Christmas story was read in the devotional followed by roll call and minutes of the last meeting. Then the exchange of gifts. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Miller in January. -0- Here's hoping that you and your loved ones will know every joy at this Yuletide seaeon. Burt's Jewelry 3urton and Margaret Coate Gibble Country Corner Mark and Jo Pittman S S + S +L ......... t The Perkins Journal Thursday, December 22, i977-11 A Cheery Christmas to all of our wonderful friends. We hope that you enjoy doing business with us as much as we enjoy having you as our customer. From All of Us At- Perkins Drug We would like to offer all of our wonderful patrons the gifts of peace and love for the Christmas season and always. We bare enjoyed doing business with you and hope to continue to do so. From All of Us At- i] OIson Hardware 1 !' (WewillbeclosedMon. Dec. 26) A Merry Christmas to everyone this Happy Season. Enjoy a friendly and safe holiday. We thank you for your patronage and look forward to serving you in the future. From All of Us At- Main Service Center