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April 25, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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q"t,-e=d.v. Anril 25, 1957 i 1 THE PERKINS JOURNAL PERKINS, PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA lbert L. Evans Editor and ]Publisher :Publi,hed 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- :les: $3 a year if sent outside the above mentioned counties. 'The Perkins Journal strives for accuracy and fair pinky. Errors will be promptly correete4 and complaints of unfair treatment in the ollmm$ of this newspaper will be ,adjusted if personally vailed to ,the attention of the editor. STAFI: Robgrt L. Evans and William A. Evans Yvonne Lacy William A. Evans Lyle Homer Richard Frame Advertising Society and Bookkeeping Production Foreman i Ad Composition I Sterotyping i "A NEWSPAPER IS FREEDOM IN PRINT" -- Samuel Adams ........................ :=-+ _,2 ..... STOP DRIBBLING AND SHOOT! VISrT PERKrNS .AND OKLAHOMA IN '57--you'll enjoy it Women's Council Meets l the luncheon. Songs You can The Women's Council of the! Smile and The Old Rugged Cross Christian church met Wedncs-!were sung and the flag salute cty [=. ]e basement of the i was given, followed by a group church for their noon luncheon Jl prayer. The Devotional was read and business session. I by Mxs Clyde Matheson. Devotionals were given by Mrs i Mrs Matheson also was in Bertha Shaffer. Hostesses were charge of the lesson which was on Ve:da Ewing Blanche Reynlds i the care and the washing of the and Erma Shaffer. At the conch]sion of the bus- iness session the Women's coun- cil honored Juanita Homer wit.h a tea towel shower and personal recognition of her services were acknowledged by letters, cards and personal words. Those present were Sophia Rogers. Nellie Knox, Elsie Saint, Carrie Howell, Velda Ewing, Blanche Reynolds, Bertha Shaf- fer, Juanita Horner, Ella West, Mary Fulton, Rachel Herr, Avis Sparkman, Ferne Wright, Edna Jone, Lea Houston, Mac Kuel- zer. Alta Renfrow,, Ora Hickman Yvonne .Lacy, Margaret, Coate, My, tle Courtright, Crish Baggett June Hall, Rose Grimm, Minnie l Recer, Mable Jacob, Viola Me- Daniel, Eliza O'Dell, Viola Hick- man, Ilda Blamer, Okemah Darby Gcldie Lacy, Evangelist Dean Rutherford, Minister Max Hom- er, and Martha and Judy Lacy,! Nancy and R. K. Ewing, Buddy Lwrence, Earl West, Rita, Kath ryn and Elaine Coate, and Lyle, Dan and Rex Horner. One guest Mrs Alice Conge of Elk City was present. Forest Valley HD Club Meets The Forest Valley Home Dem- onstration club met Friday, April 12, in the home of Mrs Clyde Matheson. The club combined the club meeting and the month!y work- day making it an all day meetii. A quilt was quilted for Mrs C. A. Moser. A covered dish lunch con was held at noon. The meeting was called to or- der by Winnie Moor following a CAMERA THE LASTING GIFT' WE WILL GIVE THE GRADUATE personal in- structions. PRICED FROM $3.25 Gift Certificat.s also available PHOT0-CRAFT 112 W. 7th Stillwater different kigds of fabrics. The Club Tour to be hela May 7 was discussed by the club. Roll call was answered by six t members and there were four ;visitors. i Those present were Mrs C A Moser, Mrs Jack Moser, Mrs Roy Fagan, Mrs Kenneth Nelson Mrs Fred ochran, Mrs Clarence Cole. Mrs Myrtle Courtright, Mrs Lafitte, Mrs Bill Eaton and the hostess, Mrs Clyde Matheson. Sutday afternoon and evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs J L Crossman of Stillwater were Mr and Mrs Bill Evans and children, Yvonne Lacy, Bob and Frank Evans of Perkins and Mr and ls Lloyd Evans of Fairfax. THE PERKINS JOURNAL Jusi: Received Nqw Shipment On LINOLEUM RUGS 9x12 Size -- $9.95 to $11.95 BEACON WAX Non Rubbing, Quick Gloss pint .65 quart 1.10 Beacon Paste Wax and Remover POULTRY Supplys Feeders, \\;\ateI'ers, Brooder Lamt)s Hand or Tank Type Sprayers SSAR HARDWARE Phone 104 Perkins, Okla. (WHERE YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY} l SPECIALTY and SERVICE DIRECTORY There Is A Servi, 00For Practically Every Need .... CHECK HERE AND YOU WILL FIrD WHAT YOU NEED .... ] GAS SERVICE CALL Northern Oklahoma Butane Inc. - Stillwater 3612 Perkins 33 ...... Sttllwater  Nigl!l 4397-R ...... Pfaff Sewing Center Sales Service ] HEMSTITCHING BUTTON HOLES BU'JffI'ONS BUCKLES BELTS COVERED MONOGRA//IN G @ ALTERATIONS fl Guaranteed Repairs, All" Makes H 15 W 8th A. ]. Fuller + 430 ,   "- q A to Z RENT ALLS 'TR!PLETT TRANSFER 6:3 E. 6th Stlllter Phone+   anal STORAGE CO. i :: ::7lliN: i7:l ::r e I H LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE H MOVING, PACKING & SHIPPING ,.,--., ...... ' .... ----- .......... ---- L 121 E" 9?_:::2::::::Phn::: 7 " i  Ready Mix Concrete , fl Insurance CREATED TH OKLAHOMA H co. R, 141JTORICAL SOCIETY @  sa 5 fl Real Estate MAY P \\;- - -_ H ...... ,, ,NEWSPAPER MEMBER OF S }CIATI( tillwater Safety Lane =" Singer Sewing Center Featuring ' n WHEEL ALINmm  911 Main Street H TIRE BALANCING I| MOTOR .+.,TIIP H NEW AND USED MACHINES g H- GENERAL,]:,O EPAIR H New Portable--$99.50 & up H . Earl Hager-OWNERS-KelIy Power 10 E. 13th SUHwatr Pho 1054 H New Consoles-$139.00 & up [ ':"-- ............................ H ERVICE ALL MAKES---GUARANTEED q :.. TERRITORY CONORES5 HAD RIVAL IN [)ETERHINED LOCATION OF Ist:,RAILI)AD INTO STATE = TRE M.KT. RAILROAD LAYED ITgHRO(JGHSTATE BORI D t.L  tt,Rb'RaRV FACTS 6y " ' HiD SUGIISTIONS TO 1141S PAPER ,.-- ,r ,-- Central Butane Inc. Ph. 3367 Stillwater B  Serving Perkins i n and Payne County l [] In Perkins Call ]]1 )C- _1 / H00OLD 00RTIN..00 H FORREST HOLBROOK at 906F5 "  L I \