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May 14, 1936     The Perkins Journal
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May 14, 1936

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i i Guy McClain Is New Postmaster Confirmation &apos;.)f the appoint- mentor Guy McClain as Post master here was received this week, and he took charge of the office Wednesday. S x persons took the examination December 6, 1935, the final appointment be- ing delayed until this week. John Williams, the retiring post- master, will work in the office for a while. He has served in this office since 1922, having been ap- pointed by President Hardinff. His many friends are sorry to see him leave the local office. Graduation I'ontinued from page 1 Society to Arletta Gearhart Alene Thompson, Maxine Jones, Winifred Williams, M e l v i n Dumas, Mildred Hoister, James Rentfrow, Lorene Burriss, Glen Cheatham, Esther Schlegal, Ruth Brown, Barbra Lee Wilhite. Neomi Emerson, and Laura Church; and certificates of per- fect attendance to Alma tergst- rasser, Pauline Blackwell, Laura Church, Betty Knox, Mack Nickels, Mildred Wheeler, and Barbra Lee Wilhite of the high scheol; Lodiene Kirby of the eighth grade, Eugene Blackwell of the fifth grade, G.L. Yandell of the fourth grade, and Dorothy Pearl Curtis of the first grade. After the Seniors' song and the Benediction a happy half hour was spent in congratulating the graduates. So ended a good school year and a perfect day. The Baccalaureate service was held Sunday, 5-aY 10, at the Methodist Church. LYRIC I THEATRE i Friday and Saturday May 15-16. L00,ST 0t the PAGANS Featuring the two lovers of 'Eskimo' Mala and Lotus Comedy and News I Admission 10 & 20c Starting promptly at 7 P. M. T ii ii The music and singing were well rendered and highly enjoyed. Miss Fiala was at tile piano for the singhg iy the choir, and 1 . I 1325"< th: proces:donal and lec- ., s''l o n ,'" ,. 3. p;am b t m!er by 5h'.:. Idler, ace Bal:('r-II,h,rook wa; enjoyed, The Scrit)t u, (: re:;dinp,  '.,va, s from Matthew 25:40 and context,. The sermon, by Rev. Weaver. was on the subject "Life Like a Story Book". Text was from Psalm 90:9. "We spend our years as a tale that is told.'" ?'a, Rex'. \\;,(avm con pared life to writing a hook. He said, in effect among or, her g()(t t!in_ and aI)l illuatrati ms: "()he has a purI)se in writing a bo()k, s,) one has a purpose in life. "Get into a place in life that fits you and that you fit. "The life that seeks God and fails to express what he has found is a failure. "Though you firm truth and all beauty and leave ou God you will be a failure. "Jesus' attitude t,owar(t a good life is giving one's self in service to others. "Write every word and line, of yur life story, with care for it is written for eternity. "There will be mistakes, per- haps failures, but do your best. "Only one thing'can be accom- plished without effort, that is failure. "After your life's book is writ- tenitgoesm the Great Critic who judges as to whether it is good or bad. The dead will be judged out of the thing, s written in the books, according to their works; whosoever was was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire." Xev. 20:12, 15 Eden Chapel ('()Blifluod tronl l)affe I ent were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark, Mrs. Massie Renth'ow, daughter Evelyn and son Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Albright and son. Arehie and Donald and Miss Gen- ava and Mis iris Albright. All report a very nice time. Mrs. Ava Osborn visited her sister, Mrs. Ernie Drumright and family in Perkins Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. J a)k Nickels of Oklahoma City and Jack Floyd. who has been working, in the City, came up Thursday morning and visited in the A. A. Etheridge and Mrs. Emily Floyd and family. They returned Thursday evening. Mr. Bixler came up from Okla- mma City one day last week and Mrs. Woody one hundred baby turkeys. We are thinking Mrs. Woody will be busy for a while. LYRIC THEATRE Wed. - Thurs. - Fri. May 20-21-22 ROGER Yankee HE PERKINS JOU RN AL Mrs. Dollie Ne'son spent Mo- ther's I)ay with her daughter, Mrs. EIsi, I'ock, and her husb:rd in Stillwater. l',)y l)tmlaf)w:L=, a guest also. 1)r. Holbro,,'k had the misror- tune to get his car in the ditvh while goinv out to see Mrs. Wel!s Monday, but Rev. Striekland was the good Samaritan that came by and helped him out. Elizabeth Burton spent Satur- day night and Sunday with Ethel Burnetl. VINC0 By Mrs, Nellie Rice Merlyn Johnson came home from the Oklahoma City hosiAtl last week. He is teeIing pretty good but has to go a doctor in Stitlwater for the doctor to see how he is getting along. His many friends are glad he is so much better" Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Woodson and children and his brother Jim of Cushing enjoyed ice cream and cake Thursday night at the home of their sister and hus- band, Mr. and rs Charlie Gear- hart. the occasion being Jesse's birthday. All enjoyed the visit. Amos Sloan of Stillwater, agent for the Watkins Medicine Co., has established his headquarters in the Fulwider home and plans to make Perkins his home. Mrs. Hattie Suthard spent Thursday afternoon with her old Sunday School in Stillwater and spent the ening with her bro- ther and his wife. Mrs. Ella ,Johnson of Odessa Calif., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lucy Davis, and brother, Henry Wiley, in Stillwater. She called oa old Perkins friends, Rev. Gar- ner, Carson sisters, the Stumbo's, Dr. Holbrook! and Mrs. Henry and then went calling in her old neighborhood and visited at the Jake Davis home. She has also been to Anadarko and visited her aunt and uncle, Charley Wil-* ey. The Wiley family formerly lived in this community. The editor and family attended the closing exercises of the South- western Bible School at Enid, last Thursday afternoon and night and visited friends, Mr. and Mrs. George Burgin, at Car- men until Sunday afternoon, re- turning: to Perkins late that night. Chief Justice Edwin R. McNeil Mr. and Mrs. Beuthine Cooper of Oklahoma City spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huls. L. R. WlLHITE M.D. ()fl ce Ph()ne .... 94 Res. I)h)n e ___15 P,erk i n. Okla. F Seeks Democratic nomination for re-election as Justice of the Supreme Court. R. W. HOLBROOK PHYSICIAN Oltieial Physician for A. T. & S. V.R. IL at Perkins, Oklahoma. 1)rug Store Phone 42 Iesidenee I'hone 99 i Do Your Building and Repairing Through the FHA Mortgage Plan. OWe are able to et loans foLeertain classes of buildit, Rand repairing under the Federal Housing A(Imi:istration Single Mrtgage System. OUom.e in and let us help you with ypur building or modernization problems. LONG-BELL LUMBER COMPANY J. W. Byer Mgr. Perkins, Oklahoma MOVIE REVUE By CLAU I)E E. LEACHMAN : AGGIE and MECCA THEATRES Stillwater At;I;II': I'IIlqVUI,;,A't;UI.I)AY NI(;H'P. Sunday. M,)ndy and Tttes,hty May 17-i-19. Wallace Beery. Barbara Stanwyek and ,h)t,n Ioles in "A MESSA(IE TO OAICIA" with Alan Iiah" li,,rh,.-rt Mnndin and Mona Barrie. Passes for Tuesday May 191) Mrs. Z(ra BarPetl and friend. MI'iGCA--Snndav and M(nday May 17-iS. "''H \\;t{TAI"CtIAN Aq' TIIE ('IItCUS'" st;tm'inR W al.ner ()land M i,;C'A--Tuesdty May 19..raines Oliver I'urwood s "SONG Ot," Tl-if'; TIL\\;II/' with Kermit Maynard and Evelvn Brent. l'a ..... in. Tuesday Xl;y 19 to Mrs. Lois Taylor and friend. ,(iti ]': Wedmd;ty Ma3 20. Ann Hardinff in "THE WIT- Nt:q  llAIIU" with Walter Abel. M t,' ( "A--Wednesday and Thursday May 20-21. Ann Sothern and liva(-o t*a|)l)t " [)(.)NT GAMHLE WITH LOVE. " AO;i[-; Thursd:ty, I'riday and Satupday May 21-22o23. 'SNO',V Iq[, (JN l)Ell" with George Brent, Genevieve 'robin (;lenda Farr, ll. I'alricia Ellis and Frank MeHugh. Passes for Friday Ma 22 t() Mr. and Mrs. M.J Churchill .\\; V( t' Friday and >;Murd y May 22-23. John Wayne in "Till,; NEW i,'II()NI'I1.,'il", l'ase for Friday May 22 to Mr. and .Mrs. t .M. Me(leo. The Place Where Buyer And Seller Meet PERKINS' REGULAR BI-MONTHLY SALES DAY FIRST AND THIRD MONDAYS Bring Your Stock or Other Things You Have To Sell To This Sale. We Have As Good A Market As Can Be Found Anywhere. Next Sale To Be Held to, ]1 bionday, 18. i Admission 10 & 25c J" I