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April 18, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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j THE PERKINS JOURNAL t_ s i, i u THE PERKINS JOURNAL PERKINS, PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Robert L. Evam Editor and Publisher Published every Thursday and entered as second class matter at the Perkins. Oklahoma, Post Office, under the Act of Congress March 3, 1897. Subscription rates: $2 a year in Payne, Lincoln and Logan count- ies: $3 a year if sent outside the above mentioned counties. ,.t.. - ._ _ - _ _ - - Sport Coats 4to12 $8.,)a to $14.95 Suits 4 to 12 ( ( . (- SJ..),) to $14.,),) Prep Sport Coats 12 A} ,) - , ((-. $1,.9a to $19.9,) PreP "Suits 12 to 1 $19.95 to $33.50 Longies $1.98 to $3.98 Sport & Dress Shirts $1.98 to ca.,,a VISIT PERKINS AND OKLAHOM " '57you'll enjoy it J i i n i i Eunice Class Meets The Eunice class of the Bap- 'tist church met in the home of Mrs Elder 2"uesday, April 16, for the re,tailor monthly business meeting and covered dish lunch- con. Members present were Mes- dames Gilstrap, Phillips, Nich- ols, Kilmer, Niles, Grooms, IAt- fitte, Russell Sheilenberger and .the hostess, Mrs Elder. Guests present were Rev. and Mrs Kolo- sick, and Jeanie, Mr Russell and Mr Shellenburger. Next meeting will be on May 21 with Mrs Ray Williams as imstess. Odd Fellows Meet The Perkins Odd Fellow lodge mel Monday evenizg April 8. with 14 members present. E. Russell Holland. Orand Sec- revary of the Grand Lodge of Oklahoma was a guest, as well as James . Smith and W. C. Eyler, all of Stillwater. Bill Carlile and harles Kelly received the first, degree. On Monday night, April 15, the lodge me for a short session and then ]0 members from the Perk- ins lodge and two from 8illwaer visited the Guthrie lodge. They saw the first degree conferred .there. The new candidates were taken to see the work the Guthrie team did. Refresinents of coffee, donuts and rolls were served after lodge. E. Russell Holland and Whitney visited our lod.e and went to Guthrie with the Perkins mem- bers, Mr and Mrs Wallace Davis. Melvin, Peggy and Douglas. of Cushing were Saturday evening I supper guests of Mr and Mrs I| ,', Marion Jaxvis. I Sunday afternoOn guest of I.or- ene Jarvis was Miss Olenda Mer- ' P[YTON GLAI#/tFI !cer. Mrs Sylvia Boyer of Stlllwater is visiting her mother, LuEmma I Martz, tis week. Sunctay guests of Mr and Mrs , Kate Niles and sons were her, nephew, Jack Denham of Brok- Stfllwater" en Arrow, and Mr and Mrs Pal- Pre-Easter Women's. Misses-Jumo00 Vail Sizes TOPPERS SUITS sm DUSTERS SPRING DRESSES I and ENSEMBLES ' s All from our regular Slming Stock," of Fine Fashions ,lust in time for Easier. Choose your Easier Cost- une during thi.s sale and SAVE! 77 TZ Ptus the added savings of S&H GREEN STAMPS " .... ' " ........ 1: '!:qq " ' ) : ,J [.L',A E!/S ()i..:. .... , S'I( 1/I 1 u| i t Thursday, April 18, 19 . Carnal ion Corsages $1.00 Up Other Easter Corsages from such Seasonal flowers as Roses, Orchids. Camellias. ID Easter Lilies Member of Florist Tclepraph Delivew We give A & M Stamps 612 S. Main Stillwater Phone 3580 Hospitality - i t. I 1 at E;00stertime... -! Happy expression of your own good taste "nday best" is the rule for the Easter'holidays. Time to pass a tray of Coco-Cola .. so good in taste, in such good taste. Have lots of Coke ice-cold and ready. Bottled under authorib/ of The Coca-Cola Company by -._ ...  2 L,S.22".=.,/::;" [ , ......