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May 14, 1936     The Perkins Journal
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THE 1_.___ 1 ...... 1 week with his grandmother, Mrs. ['erKlIS t$O ,.YttCAL |Belle Graham. Pul,lished by the Journal l ublishing Co / R. G. James Editor and Manager t A crowd of young folks from PERKINS JOURNAl. Entered ,and class mail matter et the postoffice at Perkins, Oklah.ma under act of congress March 3rd, 1899 SIIRSCRII)TION RA'I'I,]S in Payne, Lincoln and iog- an eountics,$1.O0 per year; outside $1.50. ................................... this community attended the sur- Resolutions of Respect--- Minimum $1.00. Over 20 lines, 5 cents per line. prise dance Saturday night for Clyde Crenshaw near Stillwater. Sunday afternoon visitors of Arthur Brown and family were Mrs. Viola Nance and children and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham and boys. Friday was the last day of school at Grand Center. The pu- All poetry same pric, pils and teacher intended to go - on a picnic but it rained and they . c ou,00not00o I ..... _ ......... SOUTHEAST OF TOWN By Mrs. A. B. Laughlin We are all rejoicing over the fine rains and especially that they are all over the drouth stricken area as well as here. Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Peyton and daughter, Joan, were Sunday i guests of the home folks, Mr. and] Mrs. M. A. Peyton and family. Mrs. Nellie West and Miss Lea- / ora visited Mrs. Bessie Spillars Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Spillars have moved into their new home and are beginning to replace their house furnishings and other things that were destroyed by the fire. .Mr. and Mrs. Woolsey and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton were dinner guests of ThurmanSpeer and family Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. William Krater took their little daughter, Virgin- ia Nell, t,o Cushing Thursday and had her tonsils removed. She is getting along fine. We congratulat our young neighbor, Miss Ruby Hall, on her good fortune in winning the gold medal as second prize in the sew- ing contest held at Stillwater Fri- day at the interscholastic meet. Miss Ruby is a student of Perkins High School and we are glad for this deserving young lady. Mrs. Richardson of Kansas and Mrs. Buzan of Stillwater were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Krater Sunday. Both of these ladies are sisters of Mrs. Krater. M. J. Churchill and family were Sunday guests of relatives in Guthrie. Mr. Ray Bartram spent Sun- day and Monday with his sister, Mrs. Beecher Crabtree, and fam- ily and other relatives in Guthrie. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tracy and son of Seminole were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman SPeer and family Saturday eveningl. Mr. Tracy is a nephew of Mr,. Speer. Those attending the Mother's Day program and Baccalaureate service at the Methodist church were Mrs. Nellie West and daughter, Lenora, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Laughlin. GRAND CENTER By .Mrs. H. E. Gazaway Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houston spent last Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carson. Sunday visitors of Carl Stanley and family were Mr. and Mrs. Goodner and children of Still- water, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hous- ton, Lewis Houston, Elmo Chur- chill and Cleo Stanley. All day visitors of T. N. Gaz- away and fami}y Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Churchill, O- nits and Roy and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gazaway. Merle Graham is spending the FOREST VALLEY By Otto Ringwald Wilma Butler spent several days visiting, her sister, Mildred, in Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Myrick and son, Charley, and wife of Cushing, visited their daughter, Mrs. L. L. Ringwald Thursday afternoon. Those attending the Junior- Senior banquet from this com- munity were Vera Carr and Max- ine German, Seniors; Wilma But- ler and John Arthur, Juniors. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carr called on the F. Courtright's Thursday afternoon. John Iman and wife visited his sister, Mrs. Abercombie, Sunday. Corrine Redfern spent Sunday with Wanda Lee Ringwald. Mr. and Mrs. Flournoy Court- right and daughters spent Friday evening, at the Ringwald home. Grant Flower made a trip to Wellston Saturday. Iris Creager visited Saturday night and Sunday with the Red- fern girls. Leslie Ringwald got some young turkeys at a hatchery in Stillwater Saturday morning and the rats killed twenty of them that night. George Kirk and Alton New- port were working on the tele- phone line Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gates nd Mr. and Mrs. Winston Gates visited Charley Evans Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Evans were pleasantly surprised Satur- day night when his sister and oth- er relatives of Springfield, Mo., came to visit them. Everyone come out to our next Farmers Union meeting. We ex- pect to have a cowboy band vith us, so come and enjoy it Wednes- day, May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Stockton were S, illwater visitors Wednes- day. Rev. J. W. Garner was elected chaplain of the Grand Army of the republic at the closing session of its 46th annual encampment in Tulsa Thursday night. Others 'who attended from Payne county were J. R. Martz, Perkins and J. B. Mossley, Stillwater. The Cost of Living as compared to , THE COST OF ELECTRIC SERVICE The general cost of living, including the amount you pay for electric ser-iee inyour home, is of vital inter- est to every family. 'ri,e cost of common living com- modities determines (!ireetly HOW WELL YOU lAVE. Electrm Service has more than done its part in reducing your cost of livir, g. Let us examine the record of downward costs of home electric service. The unit of measurement of electric service is the Kilowatt-hour. In 1929 you paid an average price of eight cents per kilowatt-horn'. In 1935 you paid about live and one llalf eeuts per kilow'tt-hour. A REDUCTION OF 30 PER CENT IN THE COST OF HOME ELECTRIC SERVICE DURING THE DEPRESSION ('an you think of another industry that has reduced  .... the cost of its service or product 30 per cent during the past six years? On the other hand, general living costs are up about 30 per cent. Kee l) these facts in mind whenyou read a blast at the mythical power trust. o00om 00DWEUCT=C-- coM,,00 W. H. BOASEN, Manager Guthrie District . Q/m' 4  dlu }i!;t[[]fi[[|ii(| 00imrcbr00 Htt|9H(|! BAPTIST CHURCH Payne County Service Garage John P. Crouch, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 Preaching service 11:00 I Baptist Training Union 7:00 I Evangelistic service 8:00 i Prayer meeting Wed. 7:00 I SEVENT-H D- A-'ENTIST I[ Andrew Burton, Lay Preacher Bible study 11:00 Young People's meeting, on first and third sabbaths. Sabbath School, 9:45 METHODIST CHURCH Roy B. Weaver, Pastor Sunday School I0:00 Morning Worship 11:00 League 6:30 Church Services 7:30 Prayer meeting, Thurs. 7:30 Boy Scout, Monday 7:30 CHURCH OF CHRIST Walter Flatus, Pastor TIRES--TUBES--BATTERIES Radio Tubes & Supplies We guarantee our workmanship NILE and STREETER KNIPE, Prop. Phone 27 LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE HAULING Lumber at Money Saving Prices O. H. DUMAS Phone 125 Perkins DRS. C. R. SWANDERS and C. I. RICHARDSON DENTIST--X-RAY 71 Harmon Building Cushing, Oklahoma Bible School 9 ;45 Morning worship 11:00 Christian Endeavor 6:30 Evangelistic Service 7:30 Mid-week Service, Friday 7:30 EDEN CHAPEL U.B. CHURCH Frank C. Eden, Pastor Harry AIbright, S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00 See The East Side DAIRY For Fresh, Pure Milk. Delivered Twice Daily. Cows tested for all contagious diseases. ,WM. KNIPE Jr., Mgr. Phone 85 Morning Worship Christian Endeavor Evangelistic services Preaching,, 2nd and 4th Sundays Class meeting 1st and 3rd Sun- day mornings, 11:00 a. m., con- ducted by Chas. Strickland, class leader. Sunday School Attendance Last Sunday l Methodist Church ........... 164 Church of Christ ........... 89 Baptist Church ............ 97 11:00 lliiliillllililiiliilllilllllltilllllllillllitllll/ 7iis:00 Cleaning, Pressing i =.- Altering and " Repairing l'rices Reasonable Your Business Appreciated Perkins Cleaners: IllllllllllillilllllllllllllllillllllnllllUllnll I 'rh beat way to save money/ on paint is to buy the best paint you can get. Cook's quality paints spread farther, hide better, look better and wear longer. TheT're cheap- t in the long runl FOR YOUR WALLS Cook's Velvay -- the "one day" wall finish! Wear8 splendidly, easily washed; 14 charming colors. COOK'S HOUSE PAINT You can't afford to experiment with unknown paint when the best costs so little! 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