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Perkins, Oklahoma
April 7, 1932     The Perkins Journal
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April 7, 1932

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......... &... Z,... +.++ -"  ........................................ . ..... -" " Thursday, APRIL 7, 1932 THE i, ,.v I, ITEMS Errna ie V(.bur spent Sun day night .t the home of her randparents. Mr. Groves has been on the sick list the past few week. Friday was April Fools Day and seemed to have it in for Mr. Groves. He had  Ivoely arden every thing was up .so nice anO hiscows got in and ate every thing up. then to top it all off he lost a calf that day so I gue.. he will not want April Fool 1)y tocome very often. Robert Martin spent the week end with Elden Hullet. Mr. E. E. Whitt::krm is very ill at this time. Proff. Meurman called at the school house this week making arranment for some moving pie ture he will show soon, Every one is etting ready for final examinations as school is nearly out and the children are all hoping that their teacher, Mr. Friend will come back next year. The M. F. club had a covered dish luncheon at the home o[Mrs. Dumas. There were 14 pr, sent and all has a erioyable time. Mr. and Mrs. FMds of Guthrie were Sunday visiters at the Cha. Foughtv home. For all wind and dust we had 30 for Sunday school. Three tea ers were in their place and Mr. Fields of Guthrie substitued for Mr. Hatsing who is not yet able to be with us. All were interested in the lesson. We had a special song by Anna Marie Martian and Dot. thy Aurther. INDEPENDENCE IVIrs. Anna Whitter and brother Charles Rust of Glenco Oklahoma visited their cousin Mrs. Robert Odell Wednesday. Mrs. lrvin Kent called at the Perkins Hatchery Tuesday tr gel her baby chicks which she had ordered. She also visited her dam!hter, Mrs. Earl Nance Tues- Western Barber Shop 25c Hair Cut . Shave . 15e Hair oil, 4 oz. bottle 28c North of Payne Co. Bank ALBERT DIXON, Prop- Smith Coffee Shop 107 N. Harrison ()pen Day and Night DINNER 35 cents --, All kinds of Sandwiches and Coffee J. R. SMITH, prop. Cushing, Okla. L IIII II I day o tsome b,.bv chic',,s which Mrs. Nancc hatched for her. We are wist+ing Mrs. Kent the best of luck t;ranci, Clark al Oklaiaoma City is visiting her sister Mrs. Edna Smith. Corn Rice spent Sunday with Florence Ellen Smith. Lonnie Baker and Delbert Mat- herson were dinter guests of aron Kent Sunday. Mr..John Davis Sr. is still in bed but is imporvin some. His many friends are hoping for his speedy recovery. It seems as if we are having our March winds in April this year. A rain would please the farmers of this locality better. GRAND CENTER J. B. Jenkins bought a load of hay from Earl Decker Friday. Boyd Hicks is on the sick list this week. Arthur Graham's baby died Tues- day night with flu pneumonia. J. B. Jenkins and wife called on Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Stufflebeam on Wednesday afternoon. Three more weeks of school, and the pupils are all studying hard to L. R. Wilhite M.D. Office Phone ........ 94 Res. Phone ......... IS Perkins. Okla. i i A.F.& A.M. No. 92 Meeting 2nd and 4th Friday Ross Carson, W. M PERKINS JOURNAL make their u'ra]te. Grand Center has hived 5Iv. ll,mt a teacher the coin- ing.' year. Freddy Sc]ipllert w:!,: absent from schod la t week on account of illness. Mrs. Schippert ha.-., been sick with the flu last week, Mrs. Earl Churchill has been sick with the flu. Grandma Churchill is still very poorly. Fete+ Mayfieht spent Wednesday with Grandnm Churchill. Mrs, J. 1t. Morrow has returned home from \\;'isitin her daughter in Texas. Two women from Fort Worth, Tex. will start a revival meeting' at Carn- ey Saturday night. Mr, Churchill. Mr. Hun and Robert Smith called at the J. B. gelkins home Friday afternoon. Several of the school children went heine sick Friday evening-. Sarah TimBers, Fred, Kenneth Gaz- away, Ehno (3hurchill "rod Erma Jack were visitors at Lela Stufflet)eam's Sunday. J. B. Jenkins and wife spent Sun- day with Andrew Jenkins of Tryon. J. M. Stufflebeam spent Sunday af- ternoon with Will and Minnie aenk- Ills Ileal' C,qrney. O Paul McGilvery's mother, sist, er and husband from Blackwill visited them last week and Ann- ella went home with them. Our new ,%by chicks and hatching at new S PRICE. prices custome reduced Be Ecconical and BUY Baby Chicks Large Breed, selected ...... C Leghorns ............. 51/C Custom Hatching $2.25 per 128 eggs. 5 trays . " $2.00 Perkini fiatchery PHONY+ 80 Sanitary Barber Shop Shaves ............. 15c Haircuts ............ 25e Shampoo and Tonics __ 25c A Good Barber Shop In a Good Town Ability to do, a disposition to do for you and yours -- these are the criteria Have you written CAMPBELL RUSSELL about that race for Congress? Address hint at Oklahoma City PERKINS STUDIO "Always Ready to Please" J. C. van Griethuysen Livestock Bought Hauling O I will buy your livestock or haul same to market for you. Please phone $1 if you have anything to haul, light or heavy draying. H. E. Drumright I ......... I + I , I l]"' I ANNOUNCING. THE NEW FORD V-8 C y 1;. THB NEW FORD EIGHT De Luxe Tudor Sedan Eight-cylinder, Q0-degree V-type, 65-horse-power Engine * Vibrationless .11 Roomy, Beautiful Bodies * Low Center of Gravity :,:- S,ellt Second Gear Synchronized Silent Gear Shift * Seventy-five Miles per Hour * Comfortable Riding Springs * Rapid Acceleration * Low Gasoline Consumption * Reliability New self-adjusting Houdaille double- acting hydraulic shock absorbers with thermostatic control , . . New rear spring construction . . . Automatic spark control . . . Down-draft carbu- retor... Carbucetor silencer... Bore, 3 1/16 nches. Stroke, 3 3/4 inches , ; Piston displacement, 221 cubic inches . . . 90-degree counterbalanced crankshaft . , ; Large, effective fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, .. Distinc- tive steel-spoke wheels with large hub caps... Handsome V.type radiator... Graceful new roof line and slanting windshield of clear polished plate safety glass... Single-bar bumpers, chromium plated... Low, drop center frame... Mechanically operated pump drawing fvel from fourteen-gallon gasoline tank in rear... Choke on instrument panel , + . Individual inside sun visors  . Cowl ventilation. ;. Adjustable driver's seat  ;. Choice of Mohair, Broadcloth or Bedford Cord upholstery in all de hxe closed types. THE NEW FORD FOUR-CYLINDER CAR An improved Ford four.cylinder, 50-horsf-power engine, operating with new smoothnes& is avail. able in fourteen body tyls at $50 less than the corresponding V-8 prices listed below. A GREAT NEW" CAR AT AN UNUSUALLY LOW PRICE Roadster . . . $460 Coupe .... $490 De Luxe Roadster $500 De Luxe Tudor $550 DeLuxeFordor. $645 Phaeton . . 495 Sport Coupe . . 535 De Luxe Phaeton 545 De Luxe Coupe 575 Victoria .... 600 Tudor Sedan . 500 rordor Sedan . 590  Cabriolet . . . 610 ConvertibleSedan 60 H. Mcl)owell. Secretary ] (F. O. B. Detro/t, pk':s fi':'ii;ht ud delivery. Bumpers and spare t/re extra. 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