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May 28, 1936     The Perkins Journal
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THE PERKINS JOURNAL III I , III II I III II i I I I I I i i i ., _ ., __ _ 1  INDEPENDENCE grade were Cleota Breeden, Eva |ibtHiHH|g|i| erKl,S Jourlrla, I By Mrs. A. W. Thmapson IMae Stanton, Eva Jameson, AI- h h Published by the Journal Publishing Col -      R.G. James Editor and Manager J There were 29 in Sunday vm .Stan ton, and Char!es Kirk ' :--rSchool Sunday School everv[PatrlcK" lnesevenm graaers were Enteri ".end class mail matter Sunday, 2:30 p: m. Everyone is} Delpha Mae Coldsmlth, Vmlet BAPTIST CHURCH et the p0stoffice at Perkins, Oklahoma welcome I Stanton, and ,ary Lincoln. John P, Crouch, Pastor under act of congress March 3rd, 1899 ,,:: ...... =  Sunday afternoon callers of Dee James and family spent Sunday School 9!45 SUBSCRIPTION RA FES Alvy Thompson and family were }Sunday at Gutl Ae. Preaching service In l'ayne, IAneoln and Log- an counties, $1.00 per year; outside $1.50. Resolutions of Respect--- Minimum $1.00. Over 20 lines, 5 cents per line. All poetry sameprice. r I A Verse From the Bible For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the i power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same.- Romans 13:3. I J, SOUTHEAST OF TOWN By Mrs. A. B. Laughlin We are almost envious of folks in Perkins, for the fine rain they had Monday afternoon. We had only a sprinkle here but could see it just pouring down north of us. Mr: and Mrs B. H. Smith and their little guest, Oneeta Fay, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Churchill and family were guest of his bro- ther Mr. and Mrs: M. J. Chur- chill and family Sunday after- lOOn. Mrs. Pearl Krater and daugh- ter, Virginia Nell, and Mrs. James Luster, visited their sister, Mrs. Stump, of Perkins Monday. Mr. Ray Bartram went to Guthrie Sunday on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Beecher Crabtree and family. The friendship quilt that isbe- ing pieced, for Mrs. Bessie Spillars is almost completed. The most of the blocks have been handed in to Miss Lenora West, who is the leaderdn the good work. Sunday dinner guests of Allie Churchill were Margaret and Beulah Turner of Perkins. Mr.'James Laughlin of Calif., who has been visiting a few days with his brother, A. B. Laughlin, and wife has continued on his journey and expects to have his real estate business completed in a few weeks. You Bdong to the World's Biggest Sunday Schod Classi 0 You dos if you are one of the many readers of this paper who follow losely the Sunday School lessons that we publish each week. Dr. P. B. FftZwater, who prepares this exposition of the weekly lesson, is a member of the faculty" of the Moody Bible In- stitute of Chicago and is recognized everywhere am an authority on all things biblical. Charley Thompson and wife and two children, Mrs. Nellie Thomp- son, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fowble and three children, and Bill Whitham all from Sandyland District. Marie Stanton and Thelma Davidson made a trip to Cush- We were sorry and shocked to hear of the accident of Oscar Pat- ton's little boy, age 2, of near A- gra; a horse kicked him in the :head and killed lim. Oscar is a !cousin of Mrs. Charley Thomp- son and a friend c,[ Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Thompson. ' 11:00 Baptist Training Union 7:00 Evangelistic service 8:00 Prayer meeting Wed. 7:00 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Andrew Burton, Lay Preacher Bible study 11:00 Young People' meeting, on ing, one day last week. Walter and Harley Thompson first and third sabbaths. Leroy Stanton is visiting his spent Saturday nifht with Carl Sabbath School, 9:45 grandma Chestnut and other rel-I and Don Thornsberry. atives in Cushing last week and [ Leota Thompson pent Sunday METHODIST CHURCH Roy B. Weaver, Pastor with Eva Mae and fiolet Stan- ton. Winnie Weems and children spent Saturday night 'ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coldsmith. Delpha Mac Coldsmith spent Saturday night with Eva Jame- son. I II IIII III this week. Mrs. Delpha Coldsmith and Mrs. Martha Stanton went to near Mehan Tuesday to visit Mrs. Coldsmith's sister, Mrs. Ruth Nance. Ralph Potter and Alba Russel visited Jessie Mae Stanton Sun- day evening. There will be a program and box supper at Spring Hill school house Friday night, June 5th. Mrs. Coldsmith and daughter called on Pearl Krater Monday evening. Mrs. Chestnut and son, Del- bert, cme by and took Alvin and Allen to Oklahoma City to the park. Those who passed the eighth ,, , DO YOU DRIVE A 00AIt? 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 Fiscus, Pastor 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 Albright, S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00 Morning Worship 11:00 Christian Endeavor 7:00 Evangelistic services 8:00 Preaching, 2nd and 4th Sundays Class meeting 1st and 3rd Sun- If you do, the TAX ALONE on the gasoline you use is more than,your electric bill7 Payne County Service Garage TIRES--TUBES--BATTERIES day mornings, 11:00 a. m., con- ducted by Chas. Strickland, class leader. Sunday School Attendance Last Sunday Methodist Church .......... 114 Church of Christ ............ 69 Baptist Church ............ 83 II i Radio Tubes & Supplies We guarantee our workmanship NILE and STREETER KNIPE, Prop. Phone 27 ii 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 Tel. 71 Harmon Building Cushing, Oklahoma I i See The East Side DAIRY For Fresh, Pure Milk. Delivered Twice Daily. Cows tested for all contagious diseases. ]WM. KNIPE Jr., Mgr. Phone 85 .... , i tllllllllllllllllllUlnllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Cleaning, Pressing i Altering and Repairing m n i m m m Prices Reasonable : i Your Business Appreciated Perkins Cleaners " illi|lililliUillill lill|llillilllill|||lU/IIIII I i i i THE PERKINS JOURNAL The Home o'f Good Printing EVERAL years ago we compared the cost of ,, electric service to the cost of other everyday oooo000000.. 00,ooo .00oo oo. o, home StrOde Funeral Home service has decreased so much, and taxes have lllil ' AMBULANCE SERVICE gone up so fast, that TODAY we can compare ]!] -hoe-: ..... B the cost of home electric service with the TAX [I[ )irectly West of-theCourt House ALONE on common commodities. [i[ STILLWATER, - -0KLAHOMA Take. for mstance, the tax on gasoline. Rec- ords show that the average family in Oklahoma uses two gallons of gasoline a day. The tax on two gallons of gasoline is: State 8 cents, and Federal 2 cents; a total of 10 cents a day in TAXES on gasoline. What would this ten cents do in terms of running electric appliances? As examples: For Ten Cents an indirect lamp ... will operate  l hours. For Ten Cents a radio... will operate 80 hours. For Ten Cents a washinq machine... will opeate 15 hours. For Ten Cenhs an electric clocb... will operate 2 months. Other electric appliances operat e in the same manner on the  cent rate availabje to all homes. The point we are making is that TAXES ALONE on a common everyday necessity, such as gaso- line. are equal to, or more than, the entire average home electric service bill. OKLAIiOMA GAS AND00ELEOrRIC COMPANY W. H. BOASEN, Manager Guthrie District .An Oklahoma lnstitatloulncorporat*d. Oklahoma Terrltorq, t902 KEEP THESE FACTS IN MIND I I TO PROTECT AND BEAUTIFY PAINT A PAINT ..te.e. YOUR POOH BEDROOM "hoe, ie..,- for 2.65 ,,,,.. you ,an for 1.10" [gay is Cook's One quart o Cook's A galloa o| Cook's Vel- Quality Paint! amazingly tough Arm- ray, the beautiful "one orcote F 1 o o r Enamel day" pastel wall finish, is enough for the will cover a 9xla-t. averg,e bedrtmm, COOK'S porch floorl HOUSE PAINT Hides so well and Spreads far that fix gallons is enough for the average Small house, and costs only ' $18.00 FLOOR AND TRIM VARNISI" Ads easy Working inter- lot varnish that dries quickly and wears es- p:ially well. Clear and stain colors. LIST 9c ANOTHER ITEM ' XEtt Corot Polish 2leans and polishes in one operation; does not leave an oily film. 4-oz, bottle . , . 30c Selt-Polishing WAX" Drie in 20 nfinutes to a b ea u l 60C w a x finish; no rubbing, PINT Long-Bell Lumber Co.