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THE PKRKINS JOURNAL THE PERKINS JOURNAL PERKINS, PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Robert L. Evans Editor and Publisher Published every Thursday and entered as d class matter at the Perkins. Oklahoma, Post Office, under the Act of Congress, March 3. 1897. m All I know fs w The Perkins Journal strives for accuracy and fair platy. Errors will be promptly corrected and complaints of unfar treatment in the coltmms of this newspaper will be adjusted if personally called tc the attention of the editor. Subscription rates: $2 a year in Payne. IAncoln and Logan count- !=:: $: a year if sent outside the above mentioned counties. STAFF: Robert L,,Evans and William A. Evans Yvonne L,ccy William A. Evans Lyle Hornet Richard Frame --Advertising Society and Bookkeeping Production Foreman Ad Composition Sterotyping "A NEWSPAPER IS FREEDOM IN PRINT" Samuel Adams Ben S hlegels Will -ti( om-of Eihers parents, Mr. C and Mrs. Wyatt Cooper about Celebra'te Golden nine miles south west of Perk- ins. Reverend Hiram Harris of- Anniversary flciated at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schlegel of Ben and Ethel have four child- 314 East French will be at their ,ren. They axe two boys, Clovis f home Sunday, JanualT 20 on their Stlllwater and Lotie of Cush- Golden Wedding anniversary, zing and two daughters, Fern Due *to ill health and some Lambert of Arkansas City, Kan.. of their near relatives being in tle hospital ,their celebration will be an informal affair. Howv?r, they ill be glad to L.we their friends drop by be- twee U'm hours of 2 and 4 for a chat. Ben Schlegel and Ethel CoOp- er were united in marriage in [ Watch This Space Each Week YOU MAY GET A FREE MEAL L We Invite The Maurlee BflHngsleas To Be Our Dinner Guests Any time ' F:-i. or Sat. ",:'. - - FREE COFFEE 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. Mort. thru FrJ Baker's Cafe Perkins, Okla i I I I /I I .JI and Esther Sims of Canon City. Colorado. They also have eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. The couple moved to Waynoka after honeymooning in Colorado in 190'/. Mr. and Mrs. 8chlegel then moved to Cushing in 1910 where they lived in and around Cush- ing until 1935. In 1929-30 Mr. Schiegel served in the 12th and 13th session in the House of Representatives in the Oklahoma Lagislature. Other relatives attending the wedding fifty ye's ago were Mr. and Mrs. Benson Clark, Mrs. Hi- ram Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper and children, Grace and George, Clyde Schlegel and Belle Harris. Lost Creek Mrs. Roy E. Trent Mr. and Mr. Raymond Klnzie and sons were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Griffin. Mr, and Mrs. O. K Edmondson and family and Margie Edmond son and Craig visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edmondson in Tulsa Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Roy Clark visited in the Sam Lee home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, S, C. Caldwell and Lewis ate Turkey dinner II I I VISIT PERKINS AND OKLAHOMA IN '57--you'll enjoy y with Dale Caldwell and fam- ily Sunday. Weekend guests of the Roy Trents were their son Tom of Tu ,1,sa and Arthel Goode and Ros- etta Snow of Baxtlesville. Ar- thel is a niece of Mrs. Trent. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kinzie and sons spent last Thursday at the Harley Holman home south- east of Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Ler D, Blair of Oklahoma City spent Sunday " the Ray Herod home. Mrs. Irayne West and Carolyn visited Mr. Elsie McNabb and I- nez of Stillwater Monday eve- ning Mrs. C. O. Kinzie called Thurs day and FTidav on Mrs. Hol- sinuer of Perkins. Sam Lee was hauling hay from Stillwater Tuesday. Teddy Allison and Marie Deal of Stlllwater were callers in the Roy Trent home Sunday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kinzie and Patsy and Janet West spent Sun day in Oklahoma City visiting relatives. Mr C. W. Broyles of Long- view, Texas visited in the C. O. Kinzie home Wednesday after- noon. Their Thursday supper gests were Mr. and Mrs Lewis Kinzie and Regina of Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinzie of Arkansas City visited rela- tives over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Caldwel] and Patsy were Monday supper guests of Rev. and Mrs. Roy Trent. Jim Kirby, a member of A. and M. Crop judging team was a guest at a Monday evening banquet and Tuesday morning breakfast at Oklahoma City MID-WEST FLAVOR OF THE MONTH Dutch Apple THAT TASTES LIKE MILK SHOULD TASTE sponsored by the Oklahoma Seedsman's ASSOC. I Mr. and Mrs. Yoris Cottongin of Stillwater called on the Frank Krby' Sunday afternoon. The bourne. The class had made Doyle Kirbys were also after- some questions about the things noon callers. they would like to know and Mr and Mrs. Karl Kriel and Mrs. Cundiff did a beautiful family visited Mr. Kriel's mo- I job of describing living condi- ther in Wellston, Sunday. tions, weather and many other Mr and Mrs.-Lawrence Brown things we asked her about. She Thuzs&y, jn,.y class invited Mrs. Nelson Cun-] a sterescope for us to see. diff to come and talk with us We found there are about Australia- the same number of people! Mrs. Cundiff was raised in Mel- Australia as there are in York City alone. We are sure we will enjoy study much more now hearing first hand about tralia We wish to thank Mrs. AT YOUR and family of Cushing were Mon lay evening visitors in the Karl ' Kriel home. Mrs. Brown is Mrs. Kriel's sister. Fourth Grade InGeography we have begun studying about Australia. To create interest irr our study, our brouglt magazines, corns azld diff again for coming. : Perkins Livestock Auction Salc Every Monday Charles Rushmore, Owner t / Late to bed, early be rise. tells its own story beneath the eyes Group Jewelry 5O Values to $3 Cgtton Slips 3.98 values $1.00 Pajamas Cotton, Flannel,.Ny[on $2.98 to $9.98 values _,, 50 % Off FALL HATS $5.98 to $16.98 Values Entire Stock Reduced  NOW $3.00 to $8.50' ! SUITS i Our Entire Stock of Wool Suits Reduced [ or more Women's Fall Coats Shorties and Long Reduced / Price and More Entire Stock Of Dresses PRICE $8.98 to $49.95 ' Bonney's  Downtown Store Sfillwater Fxclusive But Not Expensive Values Now $4.50 to $25.00 m _ rm t We Invite The People of Perkins and Com munity to SKEEN'S CAFETERIA 824 Main Stillwater ON SALE NOW at your We will reserve tables for groups Serving hours: f DRUGSTORE CAFEand GROCERYSTORE Week Days 11:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. Ill. 5:00 IY. m. tb 7:30 p. m. Serving Snacks Only Sundays 11:00a. m. to 2:30 p. m. 5:00 p. nl. to 7:30 p. m. 2:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. f PHONE 93 STILLWATER