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THE PER/NS JOURNAL For All Women A Nation-Wide Cooking Contest Winners to Get Cash Pries and Free Trip to New York OUSEWIVES, here's your chance for a free trip to New York and valuable cash prizes! A sea of recipes is about to sweep over the whole face of the United States and the national avoirdu- pois is threatened with a definite increase. This sea of recipes will emanate from the Women's Na- tional Recipe Competition to be held under the auspices of the Fifteenth Annual Women's Na- tional Exposition of Arts and In- dustries which is to be held in the Grand Central Palace in New York City from May 23 to May 29. The purpose of the competition is to develop the greatest possible number of menus consisting of foods prepared from canned pro- ducts, to the end that a book may ultimately be published which will enable the housewife to prepare a complete dinner from the supplies carried on her pantry shelves. Six Sectional Winners This contest is open to women and girls over sixteen years of age anywhere in the United States. Each contestant may sub- mlt as many complete menus as she wants, but all entries must be postmarked not later than midnight, May 17. There must be six recipes, each sufficient to serve from four to six persons, furnished with each menu. For the purposes of this competition the country has been divided lnto six large sections, and a three-day trip to New York with all expenses paid will be awarded to the winner of each section. Decision In May The six sectional winners, who will be notified by telegraph of their victories, will compete for cash prizes of $500, $250, $200, $150 and two of $100 on May 25 during the National Exposition at the Grand Central Palace, New York. Thus each sectional wln- ner is assured of a cash prize of at least $100 as well as the free trip to New York City. At this final contest the six finalists must prepare their prize.winning menus and recipes, and the winner will be awarded the proud title of 1936 National Champio of the Women's Exposition Cooking Con- test. Full information can be ob- tained about this competition by writing to the Fifteenth Annual Women's National Exposition of Arts and Industries, Grand Cen- tral Palace, 480 Lexington Ave- nue, New York. A Social Affair The committee of socially prom- inent women in charge of th competition includes among oth- ers Mrs. Oliver Harriman, Mrs, Adrian Iselin If, Mrs. Winthrop McKim, Mrs. Barber Larocque0 Mrs. Kenneth Castleman and Madame Queena Marie. At their instance, women's clubs, Campfire Girls, Girls Friendly Societies and others are actively participating by aiding in the distribution of rules blanks to their friends and neighbors. Those who desire may secure their blanks from their local chain or grocery store. If, by chance, your favorite store does not have blanks, the committee will gladly send you one. All For Women The Women's National Expo- sition of Arts and Industries has functioned for fifteen years for the purpose of advancing the in- terests of women, financial and otherwise, but it seems to have no regard for the masculine waist- line. However, the way to a man's heart is said to be through his stomach, and perhaps this is all a gigantic Leap Year conspiracy to advance the interests-of women in one of these "otherwise" ways. VINCO By Mrs. Nellie Rice Mrs. Jessie Case and grandson, Billy Joe Gearhart, visited Mrs. Hinshaw last Tuesday afternoon. Little Mary Lou visited Mrs. Nellie Rice. Several folks are enjoying garden peas and vegetables these days. Mrs. Ruth Conner spent last Sunday and Monday nights at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spillars. I Miss Sylvia Case was in Cush- ing. last Wednesday. Her father Mrs. Vera Grant spent last Will Case, visited his brother, Wednesday at the home of her Ed Case. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char]is Mrs. Marie Stanton was in Hinshaw, and helped can spinach. 1Cushingt last Thursday. [ I Sudan Seed, per 100 $3.50 Black eyed Peas, per 100 $5.00 Cane Seed, per 100 , $2.50 Garden seed of all kinds Base balls $1.00 and $1.25 Bathing Suits National Pressure Cookers 18qt. $13,95 25 qt. $15.95 Cultivator shovels, each Sweeps Crosley Radio 12 qt. Cedar buckets Congoleum Baling wire rugs .25 up .25 to .70 $19.95 98c $4.50 Safety Razor Blades VASSAR HARDWARE Pumps Cylinders Well Supplies Plumblnlt Mrs. Nellie Knox, son Merwin, daughter, Lillian, and Mrs. Ruth Conner left last Tuesday morn- ing for Wichita, Kansas, where they visited relatives. They re- turned home last Tuesday bring- ing Wanda Ruth Conner, a little grand-daughter of Mrs. Conner home with them to visit a sho time. i Mrs. Gertrude Dillner and two daughters spent last Friday at tile home of her aunt, Mrs. Jessie Case. Vinco Christian Endeavor had a weiner roast last Friday night on Capitol Hill. 'Games were played, with Clyde Roland help. ing the young people to have a good time. , Last Thursday night was bank night at a theatre in Cushing. I Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Johnson and children and Mr. and Mrs Carl Hughes and family went. If i Bob Holbrook had been there, he !would have received the sum of $210.00, but he wasn't there. i Spillars spent Friday Alice last at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jessie Weldon. Gladys Spillars i spent Saturday in Cushing and i Sunday at the home of her bro- ther, Roy, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rice were shopping in Guthrie last Saturday and met Mrs. Amy Rol- lins of Coyle and her daughter, Bertha, of Edmond and enjoyed You'll Never Regret Supporting Brett JOHN BRETT DEMOCRAT FOR CONGRESS FI]LH DISTRICT Osperity and security go With private trade. "(viL,.ixstion begins and ends wl the plow." 9hn Brett Is 38 years of age; fffl) only graduate of the Univer- |ity Of Oklahoma and Oklahoma ]aptist University running for ConKrm from the Fifth District ; ltwy4r; a Veteran of the World War; and a member of ths Methodist Church. John Brett for Congress Club (Political Adv.) a nice visit with them. Lou Hagan and Jerry ton attended the Josh Lee meet- ing in Stillwater Saturday. Merlyn Johnson was in Okla- homa City Monday to see the hospital doctor as he has to re- )ort on how he is getting along every two weeks. He is improv- ing nicely. A big crowd attended the Per- Buffing-kins theatre the three nights Will Rogers' picture was showing, and everyone seemed to enjoy the picture. We compliment Jim Rentfrow on the splendid class of pictures he is showing at his the- atre and we are sure everyone en- joys them. He was ahead of Guthrie in showing the Will Rog- Continued on page 8 "March On With Marland" HEAR E. W. IARLAND Over Stations KOMA - Oklahoma KTUL - Tulsa KASA - Elk City City MONDAY June 1 6:30 p. ms. Adoption of Governor Madandts Social Stgtr- ity Plan on July 7th Will Mean Paymmat ctl OLD AGE PENSIONS in Oklahoma Befm V/liner. The Place Where Buyer And Seller Meet PERKINS' REGULAR BI-MONTHLY SALES DA'007 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. Ned:l: Sale To Be Held bionday, June 1.