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April 7, 1932     The Perkins Journal
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w- l&apos;hursday. April 7, 1932 rare hunting up fishing' lines and all the tall< is baseball. Farmers Union Co.-Op. Mrs. Nancy Smith and chihh'en vi- "=--- ited their son, F. M. Strickland Ea.;- = We sell for CASH \\;Vilber Stumbo, Mgr. ter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Speer visited at - J. E. Kellers home Wednesday eve. Fagaro smoke;l_5()'seiier--$):i0 Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Anderson  have moved into the tenant house on ==- the George Ussarv place. e m of Wheat .......... , 23  M. Strickland'purchasedahorse  Cr  from Harrison Jack Thursday. Mr.-. Garner Sears visite(i Mrs. Pork and bean r ............... . 23c GeorgeUssaryFridav afternoon. s 3 fo Mr and Mrs.. Edd'Keller made a ; I,usiness trip to Carney Wednesday. _=-= Wn Beauty beans 1 for ,003C Mr" and Mrs" Edd Keller and daugh = Pro ter, Mrs. F. M. Strickland visited Mrs Rose Rood at Cushing. = cr kac-ers 2 lb'-.. . 20C Friday.Mrs" Mayfiehl visited Mrs. Ussarvi. ,'  George Ussary and Mrs. Charles [ n Bateson sister, Mrs. Downing of Kan- I 0 a , ' C d 25C sas'visited the tw familie' a week'l- T m t plant 15 oz. 2 for Those the flu visited last week]7--- were Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Speer] Peaches gallon . .... . . 45C and daughter, Florence, and Mr. and [ Mrs. Edd Keller, but all are better at.[ tlfis time. "" [ Prunes gallon ". --" 33c Ok,0 tahoma City visited his uncles family [ .... Therman Speer Friday. I Local News FOLGER'S COFFEE 38c moved = into the Hausbrow property and . Mr. and Mrs. Lowrey Hert are VINCO Mr. and Mrs. Nick Herr and Frank Stone of Ponca City spent Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stone and spent Easter Sunday with relatives in Stillwater. Mr. and Mr.v. Ed Case spent last Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Malloy. Mrs. Case got 150 English white leghorn eggs and re-] set her incubator. Vinco held its annual school meet- ing last Tuesday. School wa. dis- missed at noon. Charlie Gearhart was De-elected on the school board to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy of Perkins took supper last Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coldsmith. Charlie Gearhart was working a few days last week for his son-in-law Arthur Parker of Cushing. Mrs. Coldsmith and son Cieo went last Thursday to Shawnee to visit her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn McKay and family, but especially to see how Ev- elyn was getting on. They found her Your Old Clothes Freshely cleaned and press ed looks far better than new ones solid and out of shape, Keep looking your best. Perkins Cleaners Quality ... is good economy The waste in inferior quality merchandise mounts to a high sum, each year. To buy where quality is doubtful is wastefully foolish. Especially when high quality merchan- dise can be bought with pre- sent low prices Trade with us and always be sure ofhigh grade merchandise. Folger's Coffee 40c lb. illn IiI gmillii   u R. L. Baker Grocery some better. Mrs. Cohlsmith and son returned home Friday. Lois Gear- hart stayed with her sister, Mr.. A1- etha Coldsmith, while Cleo was gone. Mrs. Gohlie Parker and family of Cushing visited her mother, Mrs. Ed- na Gearhart, Thursday evening and brought eggs for the incubator which Mrs. Gearhart re-set. Mrs. Bernice Spillars has purchased 150 white English leghorn chickens from the Perkins hatchery and they are all growing fine. Delbert Matthewson spent the week end at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Ed- na Gearhart. Lois and Arletta Gear- hrt and Delia Matthewson spent Sat- urday night at the home of their sis- ter and cousin, Mrs. Lillie Andrieks, and husband. Vinco Chri.tian Endeavor held a party last Friday night at the church Sandwiches, cake and cocoa were served. All had a good time. John Bartholomew has traded his theatre building in Perkins for prop- erty in Tulsa. Several farmers planted corn last week. We have had lots of high winds and dus and sand blowing the last few days. Rain is badly needed. Mr. and Mrs. Pete MeFarland and children came last week to the home of her parents. They have been liv- ing in Texas the past few months, and will stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cheatham a short time. Mrs. Clara Miller and her daughter of Winfield, Kansas, and Mrs. Cheat- ham, Mrs. Cora Laws, ,less and Wall- ace Cheatham, Charlie Cheatham and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mc- Farland and family had a picnic din- ner Sunday on the Cheatham old home near Yost lake. A very enjoy- able time was had by all. Mrs. Char- lie Cheatham was unabl to go with the family as she was afraid to leave her incubator. Mrs. Miller and daughters have re-. turned to Kansas. Bible School Sunday was not very well attended'as there were so many out on picnics and other causes. En- deavor was well attended at night. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Motley and son Bobby spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Case. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spillars spent Sunday with her grandma, Mrs. Coats while the family attended the wedd- ling celebration at the Frank Knox home. O PLEASANT VALLEY ITEMS The farmers of this community are busy getting their ground ready to plant corn. Some few have already planted. A good rain is badly needed Little Donnella Adams is getting a- long just fine now, and that is good ews to us all. At the annual school meeting Char- lie Webber was re-elected director on the board and Mrs. Silva Sadler was hired for teacher the next year. The 15 mill levy was voted. Donal Stokes visited friends in this vicinity Saturday afternoon. Friday night the young laymen of the Baptist church of Perkins are to have a meeting at Pleasant Valley. Everybody come and bring a friend. J. D. Mitchell and son and Yates Fletcher attended the revival at Sand- THE PERKINS JOURNA going to move into the Boone property. They are doing quite a little work on the yard and fince Friends of Mr. Chet. Shannon of Stillwater are sorry to hear of his illness. Mrs. Wilber Stnmbo was in Oklahoma City last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson are living in Grandma Herrods property. Robert flolbrook left Tuesday for Kansas City. Grandma Boldwin and Uncle Jay McNut are on the sick list this past week. Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Henry and nephew Cecil spent Sunday in Maramec. BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES The meeting at Sandyland is com- ing along in fine way, large numbers in attendance, and there is a fine in- terest manifest. At the present time number., are under conviction. Ev- eryone is urged to attend. There was fair attendance at each service last Sunday. For several weeks now we have just lacked a little of having a hundred in Sunday School. Come next Sunday and let u go over that number. Our young Laymen's organization had one of the finest sessions'la.--' Friday night that any group has ever had anywhere. They met at the church and 19 of them present went to Sandylaml school to assist their pastor in the revival. Folks, they are surely doing fine work. Friday night April 8, they will conduct a special! program and service at Pleasant Val- ley school, 9 miles northwest of the church. All are invited. The kite flying contest was not J. M. Hoibrook Rout two This is your lucky week visit your Home Bakery and re- ceive one loaf of our del- cious Home Made Bread FREE. THIS WEEK'S SMII.E "Before we were married. Henry" said the young wife re- proachfully, "you always gave me the most beautiful Christmas presents, Do you remember?" "Sure," said Heury cheerfull, "but my dear; did you ever hear of a fisherman feeding a bait to' a fish after he had caught it?" I Home Made Bread, loaf 51 | HOME B.AKERy! yland Saturday night. Spring is surely here as the boys ..... Glen Pearson, Prop. .,,,. ,, i n ",, r,' ........... lu i H fi s These Specials For CASH =_ _--:=R. E. LAWRE NCE - - PROP'R - ll|]lll Ill Bill l||i)lllllllllg] n llllllllll [ |llll Ill l I l Ill lllllllllllll llllllllllllIl t ]lllllllllllI I l JllllllllllI tlltlIllllllll tlllllllllllll I: l lllllllllllI r l lllllIllllll t *:" urday. Better build that kite and come to the church at  a.m,, also bring your dinner, as we will go out of town somewhere to conduct this contest. The Laymen have arranged for a trailer that they fasten to some car, and all the Laymen 'o together on their trips. They surely do make us all rejoice when we see them all to- e:ether and singing ohl-time gospel songs as they go along. And say, they will have ciarge of the service at the church next Sunday night. Brother Elmer Westfall will bring the mes.age, on the subject "What Com- eth Before the Fall?" Everyone is urged to come hear this message. Something will be announced at there. Remember, pur a'oal is 100. , you cannot afford to miss. So, be CLASSIFIEIi RATE--One cent a word each in- sertion. No ad run for less than :25 cents. Pay in advance. No ac- count opened. No classified ads 'taken over phone. WANTED--Man to run filling sta- tion close to Perkins, on commission basis. See R. M. Peek, Stillwater, Okla. Sunday School hour next Sunday that[ FOR SALE--Yellow seed corn hehl last Saturday because of the bad I hand picked. Phone 417F.551. weather. However, it will be this Sat- / $1.00 per bushel J. A. Miles ii ii i Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company . . . was not built with hoarded money Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, furnishing electric service to more than 200 cities and towns in Oklahoma, never could have been built up to its present stature of strength, usefulness and stability if the people who fur- nished its capital had hoarded their money instead of making it do useful work. Money invested in 0 G & E imlps buihl plants, lines and other equipment, providing employment for Oklahomans in construction work as new demands for service are met. Nearly 9,000 Oklahoma investors in the company receive regular cash reh, rns from their preferred stock. This cash return is paid to people who live right here in the territory served . your neighbors, your friends and perhaps yourself, and this money goes directly into regu- lar trade channels. Supplies and materials needed in the operation of O G & E are purchased in Oklahoma whenever possible, thus stim- ulating home industries. Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company is an Oklahoma in- stitution, incorporated under Oklahoma laws and closely identified with the progress of Oklahoma. ... and the average home electric rate in towns where O G & E is privileged to provide service has been vohlcltarily redtlced nearly 40 per cent since 1918. Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company W. H. BOASEN, Manager GuthrieDistrict Courteous, Personal ,.Attention to Every Customer ii i ii iii iii I i iiiii =' Ill --