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TIIE PERKINS JOURNAL PAGE NINE EDEN [Cont.Fr0m +'" OI ItAPE ] UR, CH PAGE | but in G(d as revealed in His I1 a 1 Son J(.su Chri.t. Paul said !o --....i1 , some who were putting him | above his Master. "'\\;Vho then is | paul, md who is Apollos, but @ | minislers by wlnom ve 1oelie\\;'- I cd'?" (I Corinthinans i:5). To have yotr foundation fait Murlin Friday ex'enmg did real well, ing Church thanks to everyone. ;3 ::: ::: * ::= ::: Sorry to hear of the death of of Rex-. and Mrs. Mlss Nellie Hanks, her funeral Mr. and Mrs, was at Eden Chapel. g, Mrs. Joe ::: * * and Mrs. Mack Nic- Mr. and Mrs. Don Perceful and Mrs. Jack Nic- spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin and Lee. ;:: :3 ::: and Lee at- Mr. and Mrs. John McKnight meeting at and boys called on Mr. and Mrs. arch in Perkins Joe Burton Sunday, Pauline Franklin called on Mr. * * * and Mrs. Alva Murlin Sunday Stllr at High Prairie evening, NEW TRICKS . . . Trainer Ka'istof Malek, keeps his charges in shape while in teaching them new tricks. Here he gets on this roundabout which he drives with in anything human is to build on sand. No belief in any man or church will of itself reconcile your sinftd hearl to God. Your trust must be in God Himself. It must rest upon ttis character end upon His Word. It must be a faith that is eager to know Him better in whom yon have believed. It must be a divine companionship. Sose:. you make a friend and eonvenant with him eternal friendship and then go off and live by yourself. You keep up no communication with him, do not share his thoughts, nor let him share yours, and you be- come absorbent in things from which he is excluded. How long will: y0tfr., fi-iendship last? , So your faith must lead you constantly. Anything insufficient, and you will 15e :taed-- on your way to heaven 2 People, it is possible to have a faith that will enable you .-i 'tg:bui!d and to finish! IIERRINGTON SERVICES TO BE 2 P.M. FRI., AT CLARKSON "= Graveside services for Albert tterrington, brother-in-law to Doe Dobson and former Payne County resident, will be held ia the Clarkson Cemetery Friday afternoon at 2:00, Having died at the age of 63, Herrington, is survived by his wife, Clara, 2 daughters, and 2 sons, Royal 'Wmlyn -Coldwater Wash for ALL FINE FABRICS INTDoDUCTORY OFFER liquid 59c 99c FLOUR Gold Medal 5 lbs 59 PLANE MODEL . . . A VTOL aircraft model, designed for Princeton University's test program is examined by  engineer at manufacturer's Sudbury, Mass., center. VTOL planes take off and land vertically when propellers are turned : upward, tly in conventional position with propellers Imrizontally as shown. VTOLS show promise for landing n small ruw,ays and for short airport-to-city hops.  , THE. WEEK S.I,ETTEoR:', pos of prom. otinglnternational " terested in England and [ would s t a n d t n g lhrough correspon- like to know more about how citizens of the United Kingdom live, work and play. I wonder if there is any established method by which I might es- tablish correspondence with all English boy or girl, approxi- mately my own age and in- terests. I believe an exchange of ideas would be mutually bene- ficial, hut I jut don't want to address a letter to "Some Boy or Girt, London," OUR REPLY: 'Iere is, in- deed an established way- LETTERS ABI{OAD  a pen friend organization for adults and young people with the pur- donee between people in fl)e United States and those in other countries, tAt;TTERS AllOl*akl) has linked a quarter of a million pen friends of similar age, tro- fession, hobbies and interests in more than 130 eomtries and territories. The organization handles re- quests from persons 15 years of age and older. Direct your inquiry, to LET'FI,IRS A B ROA l), 18 l,:ast 60th Street, New York, N.Y. 10022. H you hove a t*eollm etem Veu wo,t t, dilCUt, Or art observation to make, oddett you [after to FOR AND ABOUT EENAGEtS. OMMUNITY A ND SUlfUR|AN PRESS SERVICE. FRANKFORT, gY. Bordens Ice Cream one gallon 99c .,.,.-.. Jackson's Jumbo Lemon Cookies Reg. 49c Secret - Or. Italian. essing 2 for Pork Steak lb. i Home Made Sausage 2 lbs. I Crisprite. Bacon 79c a lbs.. $1.19 II IIIII I I I II II I I ' I I Potatoes 20 lb. 69c | I I I [ I I I I -- Yellow, Modern Bake r" Bread 5 20 oz. loaves I $1. . Kraft's. Oniona 2 lbs 15[ Miracleqt..Whip Mix or Match I 59c i Oranges Apples Grapefruit 20 for $1 2Of00Discount given on each "70 Cash Register Receipt Zestee Jellies .3 for , Mission, Pop }10, y lar We Cant a Complete Line of Veterinary Supplies Prices effective Thurs., Fri., Sat., April 20, 21, and 22   49c " + Keys Made While You Watch  2ake Mixes 3 for _