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January 23, 1936     The Perkins Journal
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January 23, 1936

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.... T! E PERKINS I " " i lllU ,,- { - / j 6 0 , A Rig&apos;hl Merrie ilium+ (|inner is 1;omew}lal a isle!- ,J+r;P;p + :<'t[=er tev <,[ geography. Alth<m]l th ' '+ ' '' . h,,..., ., a +:r, .:l ",:ct,.h. 15g pirlt of Yu!++tide. is tho u:nt+ th:: Caa!v,r++ + ,:" :,'+,: +/)pl,+ l,'e WOl']d OYe|'--ellstolil.; alld [tie(I:; -+l<++,]+!d L:.<,+,( +++,++i,.oi++ differ. [ ,%'clh+l.'+! '+,:;+.t,w. J"nglish dinners at. (2h;'istmas .'uc.+.L.:r +rod l+++++Ii,+[+ Sul.d tlltl+l+ + hi'eve alv:axs held tt p:trticu- Plum j ++</++,.+, ++,'+i+  ..+;lea lee }ly II.+'3C[I&|i(JH, tHeFt+ill)y; b'('+dtl::+ ] (r'<!+H +r if-;++P+ IPI++P+ ,h'+++++lq of the t'O+)tH'[Itl :tcc',mnt.; o[ the:::+ -+Jssorl'+ ++ {.+/el.e.'+;+ meals ill ciasMe literature. +A+(hlL l.%'++ts IHacl; .'+ :r, + lCalstns .Oll in "Th9 .+qpeclaI()+,"' likeq t! +"" see the wl!.le ill..,e Iltt:l'i'y JH hi; t Nt]'iDl) -ttJlJt':';+ /; (tJlll]lille gre+t hall. "'I allow a dmlbh three-fotrths Clip (,]ii]i y::tlleO, oI1o qllIllttity or Mall Lo nly ;+mall Beer. i !:'aSl)oon \\;Vorc.M,. rMih.e sauce, gll(| .e[ it it l'llllllill; fw twelv two tablespoons lemo. juice, one- Days to every one that calls f,h' I fotlrth teaspoon salt, one table- It. ! have always a I'iect, el cold -lJOOll grated ]lOl';( :a(li!t and two Beef and a , .'|!13CO-Py I1[)()I1 [!h , (ll'Op taI)as(O ,:;.l+t,'t+. tt!ld chill table, at+d a+,l w<mderrully pleas,,d to e'/.  1H 3 'i''1:!:! u , p'.t:s l.Iwlly :t xvh(ie Jv.'liill.'4 i! ph:> !)!V [heir itz nooeJlt Trick<, ahJ smtttimg one .:tmffher." Cranberries---Cheeses--eoffee Wa,,:-hh+!zt(m Irving in "Tht, Sketch iI(..4i" s:t?,.-; ".-\\; diti,l- gtiJ+;hcd post ',v:l;, aIi,,+,d to 'at> cient .qrh)Jll.' a.-a In!he lh}L [el'lli(hi "f a:+4tLe,, 11"i119" [O111' tO ,;iX s]/rhllp it; h:+;ng. LI: hc a;[([Od, 'the Stall-i t<)eich gi; ss. dttrd of old ]':hg'ti,,J hospitality, f'ranberr:l/ (tm! l'i+c,Up!+: /co: {flit a jO[ll{ (t' gt,odly pre.-e,ce, i I;oll two-thirds cup su:wr and ;tll(l [till of eXl)cchdion.' " [ +am-hall Cl! I) water for five min- ,':o, whether yOil l'!all t +) have ] utes. Dissolve in it <m, and one- {le roast beef of l;t!gl-lnd, goes:,, hall! lea'.qmons ge]atin which 11:,.:., ctP.l,;[ Skill[e(] sll('!iiili'..' pig, Or our ])C, elt softened ill l'ottr i;.tble.,.al3OOltS; ,WII Americ:m tilrkey to grace ', cold water. C(.>1. Add o1+e und one- yollr Christmas tame, see thag:hal[ cups calmed pineal)pie juice, )'Olll' ll!ellll iS "l'ih[ II1( Fl'Je" vit}l. Olle ::!!(I {}iO-}lalf 01111.: bottled <'rain+ the brixht red of (:z'a,berries and !lmrrv juice and [w lablespoon: let'haps tomat(,e, plunl l)ltddin.%" Itqm;n juice, and freeze I<) ar stiff which is exeelh,nl i)t utly hill- Illtlsh. J[ fFOZ('II ill relh'igerator gllitg(', all(I c]le!se.:, llllts, raisins lrays. Stil" ()fi',qi /llltil lllllshV; |hell and hie, ok (rOf|'ee [o wax (}!iqtlellt I',HI!(F+O to} a eolfl bowl Olld beat ore!', i{ow (|')e>; th+ f(lliowhlg ! we!!, l{etllrll Io tr;Ivs and e)ntilltte menl,t appeal to x c: a ,r a merry ifreezh, Serve x,'ith the lneat (!hrJsl ?lie S (1 inner? COLII'Se.* :hortmghly. Re?u(h'e lhe viscera I'l'O)'tl [we Sllltl]l ('tll-  I)[ /h!'itll|t, lleill (?al'efill lt,,/ to brca.- lhe :hrhnp. Chili well. Divide tile ('oek!.,.il s:::ll(,e ti':l),it7 oigiK slnalI glasse and si)riukh v'ith ehoi)pe d u'reen 11'. '.., >e r. N(+, glasses In :mlall }),wls (it' crushed h:e, if pos- >dble. If not. set on SIIIli]I D'lDer d(filies <+n glass lflat<'s. Thell h,'/+k iI;e shrimp over the l'illJs el Ihe Follow the Thrill Trail with IN THIS NEWSPAPER The last-talking ace o| war correspondent and headline hunter, is in a class by him- sdl when it comes to finding adventure and telling about it n a stirring and enttaining manner. You hat hvd FLOYD GIBBONS ov the radio. Now 'ad hi, thriUig tale, in rav otoa hem, a, wstmr i The tales you will read are true stories oi i adventure in every-day li|e.., stories o|  adventure at has come to.,people lust like you.r--+elves, m towns lUSt like the one in which you live. + Gibbons has cha.ll, enged the fiction writers of the world to invent .more thrilling ad- ventures than those .wh,ch happen every day in the ordinary liv o| men, women and children. The stories with which he is backing up ,tlg'S .hal]enge are to appear in this paper. Watch [or them in FLOYD GIBBONS' ADVENTURE CLUB JOURNAL -++ ] ' Lost Creek spent Wednesday J ;-I " "r+ +" 'P'llr" `+Pr'm ILLII00+6 and children. On their, way home I they called on Mrs. Shirley Os-J 0 .................. born. ] ST RIEg + P. a. Shaffer called on C.A. Ostrander Sunday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ostrtmder for , made a business trip to Cushing' '.+ +/ last Wednesday. BOYS TheRev. and Mrs. F. C. Eden were called to Dacoma the first of the week on account ot the death of her sister. These good people have the heart-felt sym- pathy of this community. Word was received o! the death of Otto Cooke, who has been ill for +so long a time. We surely do sympathize with the bereaved one. Rev. Cooke was minister here when Otto was a small boy. VlNCO By Mrs. Nellie Riee Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Elliott ac- companied Mrs. J. R. Stone last Friday to Ponca City, where they spent the day with Mrs. Madeline Hert. They took Gladys Buckbee with them; she will work for Madeline. Mr. and Mrs. Hinshaw accom- panied Mrs. J, R. Stone last Tues- day afternoon and visited Mrs. Vera Grant and Mrs. Florene Morgan and the new baby. Charlie Hinshaw was helping Ben Grant make posts last,week. Mr. and Mrs. Hemy Wilson and s o n, Everett, o f Pawnee pent Wednesday at the home ot her sister, Mrs. Etta Elliott. Tom ttope, Basil Wilson, Pete Spillars, and Pat O'Donnell a r e working on the jetties on the river near Ray Miller's tat m. Plenty of plowing was done in the early part of last week. Vin. co had several days of wintry weather the week-end. Mrs. GraceHuhes made a business trip to Cushing Monday, and Wednesday atternoon s h e ealled on Mrs. Nellie Rice. Mrs. Beryl Justice did not visit her uncle as we stated last week lyon Knox says she is visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cays. Noah Spillms and daughter, Gladys, were in Cushing last Saturday Alice Spillars was ouL of school several days last week with aa attack of flu. Born Saturday night, Jan. 18 1936 to Mr. and Mrs. Myrel Knox, an eight pocnd baSy daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Case was in Okla homa CiLy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Wilson took their grandmoLher, Mrs. Kelle, to Oklahoma City Satur- day, where she will stay with her daughter, who is sick. Basil and wife returned Sunday. Kenneth Bennett spent Satur. day night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hughes. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bennett and children spent all day at the Hughes home Jerry Burlington was on the sick list the first part of la,:.t week. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Blumer o t Stillwater spent Sunday at the home o f his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luster. Ro' Luster and faro. ily have moved to Pawnee where he has bought atarm Mrs. Lois Buffer and children spent Friday at the hoe of Mrs. Pat O'l)onnell. I Clyde Rohtnd t f Enid had .dinner Friday at the hor, e o f (]OllUl[lled till ltag' e L 2_A____ iiiii Plus This Newsaper+ ,4 t Reduced Price ERE is an offer that will appeal to all--American Boy Magazine and this newspaper at a special combination bargain price. 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