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February 22, 1934     The Perkins Journal
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February 22, 1934

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THE PERKINS JOURNAL i i R. E. LAWRENCE, Prop. SEED POTATOES Cobblers cER,F,o Rod River Valley 100 l bs. Sl, t Vinco Items By Mrs. Nellie Rice ]'-. er:\\;EllCa? :ild;iti(ti:lrelh2ivb;:tli' D 1 C K E Y'S -- Artcansas. He has been gone a $2.50 ONION SETS Red allon 40c Post Toasties large pkg. 10c BACON SuSar Cure lb. 15c BUTTER per It). 20c STEAK Beef or Pork lb. 12]f2c BOIL BEEF per lb. 6c Ill ' ' I We Pay Highest Market Price for EGGS, CREAM, and CHICKENS Want Ads LOST --- Pair of glasses. Re- turn to Journal office, please. Sandy Land lly Bessie Woo(lson Bessie Woodson spent the week end at the Fred Stewmt home. Vernon Busby was called to the bed side of his father who lives near Okmulgee. One of the Fisher girls return- ed home from Tulsa where she has been winking. There was no Sunday school or endeavor Sunday due to bad weather. t Miss Edna Cranthers who has Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy durinff the sickness and death of our loved one. Mrs. Ivy Mansell Mrs. Maggie Jackson Kindness to animals would be much more impressive it it in- eluded bipeds. been visiting in Cushing and her brother Clifton who has been"' visitinff in Okmuluee returned home Monday. Grover Stewart of Valley Queen district spent the week end at the home of his father here, Mr. Fred Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodson called at the John McGee home Monday afternoon. The county exams will be held 20'th of April. Grandpa Woodson teels some REMEDY REMOVES CAUSE OF STOMACH GAS Most stomach (]AS is due to bowel poisons. For quick relief use Adlerika. One dose cleans ()tit body wastes, tones up your system, brings sound sloep. At Leading Druggists. I HATCHING ,I ! We take orders for all corn- m m mort breeds of chicks, mm m Perkins Hatchery m m P.ooo .o il L. R. Wl LH ITE M.D. Office Phone .... 94 Re. Phone ..... 15 Perkins. Okla. couple of weeks. Mrs. Beryl Justice spent from Monday until Wednesday of last week at the home of Mrs. Ger- trude Dillner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stone and family took supper last Monday night at the home of his father, J. R. Stone. Mrs. Esther Hope visited Mes- dames Nellie Ric and Gene- vieve Gearhart last Tuesday af- ternoon. Sunday week, February 11, be- ing Mrs. Luster's birthday, her children had a big birthday din- ner for her in Stillwater. The following were present: Mrs. Norah Guthrie and family from Kansas; Mrs. Mamie Hudnall and family, Mrs. Grace Hughes and family, Earl Luster and fam- ily, Mrs. Ilda Blumer and hus- band. A lovely dinner and good visit was enjoyed by them all and all wish their mother many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Carrie McFarland and Miss Ralphine StGne entertained their Sunday School classes to a valentine party at the home of Ralphine. Quite a number of young people enjoyed the party and dainty refreshments which were served. Mrs. Stone and Ar- letta Gearhart helped seave. The evening was spent in playing games. Mrs. Cora Laws entertained  her Sunday School class of, young people to a valeBtine: party on Valentine night. The occasion being Della Matthew- son's birthday. Mrs. Laws baked a larg? angel food cake with a i R. W. HOLBROOK , PHYSICIAN Official I:'hysicmn for A. T. & S. V.t. R. at Perkins, Oklahoma. l)zug Store Phone 42 Residence Phone 99 2nd Frida, J.R. W.M. Glenn Carson Secretary heart on top. Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy GROCERIES Where your Food l)ollar buys in Quality as well as Quantity all that is possible to buy. The City Meat Market Mrs. Gertrude Dillner and Planting oats is the order of children spent last Friday at the the day in this community. home of her cousin, Mrs. Gene- Mrs. l?4d Keller called o liars. vieve Gearhart. G.W. U:;sary Thursday aRer- Mr. Kint was shopping in noon. S'tillwater last Friday. Miss Lets Ma)'field called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Case spent Mrs. FAd Keller Saturday morn- Saturday at the home of their ing. daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Gear- ,lake Brewer called an friends hart. in this neighborhood." Ivan Knox butchered a fine Robt. Pritcherd bought Garmer hog Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sears out and he will live on the Spillase spent last week at her t plac e of Mrs. MaRie Sears the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Knox. coming year. Mrs. Nellie Rice has been con- Subscribe to The Journal. fined to the house with a lame [limb the last two weeks, in fact she has not been out doors since she returned from Mulvfine two F O R weeks agO.to go out soon.Shehpest beable PureFresh' Milk Mr. and iVlrs. Ralph Grimm at all times--rain or shine and small son spent Sunday at Call Phone 85 the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elliott. East Side Daiy W .u. K N t i) i,:, .I l:., Manager Everett t:k:e has not come good time and the valentine box l Monday. caused lots of amusement. Dain-i ty refreshments were served. I Shingle News Mrs. Laws was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Carrie McFarland. Miss Vada MoDonald, of Mor- Every one had a!home at the time of this writing, ............................ ......... They all departed at a late hour :having had a perfectly lovely time. reson, visited relatives in the Shingle neighborhood the past week. F. M. Strickiand, L. V Jerrey, J. F. Lake, and P. H. Jacks made t a busmess trip to Chandler Mon- day. ) PLATE LUNCH 25e Let's Eat Cafe i mll I U l I CENTRAL DRUG STORE The House of Quali, ty Statiory, SchoQI ttpplies Cmedc$, Toilet Goods, llental Preparations, Family Remedies, etc. Our Stock Is Always Fresh and Attractive, i i I i, u iii I I I Last Wednesday night (Valen- tine's night) Mrs. Bessie Spillars better but is not well yet. gave a party for her little daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Hire Johnson and I ter Dorothy, it being her birth- son spent Sunday with Mr. and:day. Several little people had a Mrs. Tarlton of tIarmony district, nice party and dainty refresh- Word was received that Mrs. ! ments. Mrs. Spiliars was assisted !b Goldie Collins expects a visit' I y her sister, Aline Myers. soon trom her brothers in Ark- I Guy McClain and Bob Wil- ansas. 'liamsnn returned from the Tex Carl Fruble is working on the l as Valley where they had gone Swiggart farm. for a truck load of fruit f()f John Bartholomew early last l'hurs- A rather serious wreck occur- day morning. Bob stayed with red late Wednesday afternoon on the Butler's while in Texas. the highway just east of Emer- Roy Gearhart visited his wife son's filling station. Conway and little daughter last Thurs. glumer, driving a 1930 model,,day" His uncle, Ed Gearhart, of Ford roadster, collided with a Chandler ] accompan ed Roy. Ponitac driven by a man flom t Texas as one of them, we under-l Mrs. J. R. Stone lett last stand, attempted to pas a wagon Thursday night for a week's visit in Dallas, Texas, where she when there was not enough roOm lwil I visit her sister and daugh- for the time required to get by. Both cars were badly damaged ter. Last Friday was the birth- and some of the people were in. day of Mrs. Ston,z's grandson, Charles Allan, and she wanted to jured but we could not learn any definite particulars, be there for the birthday cele- bration. A monthly meeting of the Mrs. Nanme Luster visited Cimarron Valley inging Asso- Mesdame ,Jessie Case, Nelhe clarion will meet here at the Rice and last Thurs- Methodist church Sunday after- day Thursda night noon, March 4. Mrs. and Mary: visited ev]eve Gearhart. ] '" a gossip that woman m. Satun Vinco and vic She ]s always abaut had with electri- " cal storm, was a ii "Yes, let's stop her and see cold Just to let us know what she has to r. winter is not over The Farmers' Store Perkins - Oklahoma A Good Place TO Buy p] s We Sell for H W H. Eaton