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May 28, 1936     The Perkins Journal
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r Ill II? -. Il II VINCO Continued from page 4 era picture last week. Clyde Roland spent the week- end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stone. He and Ralphine THE PERKINS i ii * ii i lJll , i C!yde Roland gave a good tatkl Chief Justice morning and night. There was a Edwin R. McNeil Stone took dinner at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Hinshaw. Vinco Bible School had an at- Mrs. Nellie Rice received a let- tendanee of 59 Sunday morning, ter last week from her friend, ....   Madge, in Oakland, Calif., say- LYRIC THEATRE ,i i "Friday and Saturday May 29-30. i iiiii i u ii ii i When he put on the Ritz ... He went on the Fritz. WARNER BAXTER in KING ot BURLESQUE with Jack Oakie and Alice Faye i l lul Comedy and News I I iiiiiii Admission 10 & 20c iii iiii Starting promptly at 7 P. M. I I good attendance Sunday night. [ Vinco Bible School is beginningjl the practice for children" 's day i which will be given the second . Sunday in June. I The monthly singing conven- i tion will be held in Vinco June 7. I ing she and her daughter, Mona, sailed last Friday from San Fran- cisco, Ca]if., for Exgland to visit a few months with relatives. EDEN CHAPEL Continued from page 1 ly. Mrs. Kingstone, before her marriage was Miss Ruby Austin and lived in this neighborhood last year. Ice cream and cake was i served beside treats of candy and cigars. We extend congratulations. Buck Courtright had the mis- fortune to lose a horse last week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Arm strong and family were guests of of his son, Gall, and wife Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Osborn went to Tulsa Saturday night to visit his brother, Homer, and wife. They returned Sunday. Raymond Mahoney spent Sat- urday night with Clifford Burton. Orville Burton was a dinner guest of the Burnett boys Sun- day. Mrs. Edith Sherman and little 00nenfimv00 Frances 00;]00elleyWees C,#iqA/  amcex,,.cllof')W'ao, s.. The struggle of a fine young American to win the love of a girl reared in the 19th Century seclusion of a mountain retreat. A romance.., exciting in its emotional intensity.., inspiring in its purity. READ THIS DELIGtlTPUL LOVE STORY AS IT APPEARS .... . SERIALLY_ IN . TillS PAPER . [ Seeks Democratic nomination for re-election as Justice of the Supreme Court. daughters of Stillwater and Frank Prior of Vaughn, New Mexico,, were at Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. John Fiscus of Stillwater visited Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Osborn Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Eden, our pastor's wife, has gone to Enid to care for her new grandson. Little R. C. Clauncy came up from Oklahoma City to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Courtright. Frank Prior was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Show. Mrs. Edith Sherman ".nd little girls of Stillwater were guests in the J. A. Burnett home Sunday. Mrs. Ruby Albright visited Mrs. Ida Taylor Monday. We had some visitors at Sun- day school Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins and son. We welcome these good people and hope they will soon become mem- bers of our school. Mr. and Mrs. Hillhouse and children of Perkins spent Mon- day in the A. A. Etheridge home. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ostrander visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carson and family north of Stillwater Sunday. On their way home, they stopped in Stillwater and had supper with Mr. and Mrs. John Fiscns at the Oasis Cafe. Miss Ethel Burnett spent Sat- urday night with Miss Elizabeth Burton of Clayton, and they went to the singing convention at Payne Center Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Leach and children of Sillwater spent Sun- day at the parental home. Political Announcements The following announce their candi- dacy for the following offices, subject to the decision of the voters in the July Primary: D E M OCRATI C FOR COMMISSIONER Lew Hagan ' i ,.. wI,H'T00. M. D. Office Phone .... 94 Res. Phone ..... 15 Perkins. Okla, i R. W. HOLBROOK PHYSICIAN Official Physicmn for A. T. & S. F.R. R, at Perkins, Oklahoma. D'ug Store Phone 42 Residence Phone 99 JOURNAL II I| Do Your Building and Repairing i [| Through the FHA Mortgage Plan. | 11 OWe are able to get loans for certain classes of II [I buildiogand repairing under the Federal Housing I l| Admi:istration Single Mortgage System. I /I OCome in and let us help you with your building or I |l modernization problems. I /i LONO.BELL LUMBER COlblPANY I L I w Byer Mgr. Perkins, Oklahoma I Inn" Refrigerators 25 pound Capacity J $2.25 $2.75 $3.25 $4.00 All in Good Condition One for only 75 cents!!! One Century Gas range for One Quick Meal Gas stove with four burners and two ovens $4.50 $4.50 We have them connected to the gas line so you can see them burn Perkins Second Hand Store COW PEAS Why do you buy cowpeas, to feed or to plant? If to feed, then any size seed only so they fire sound will do, but if to plant then you want RED RIPPER for they are small and a pound will plant about three times as much land as a pound of the larger varieties, They are great yielders too, for we grew 50 bushels on 2 acres of fair land last year. They are more valuable for fed than corn and easier grown. One Perkins man is planting 70 bushels of them this season. Better get your seed before harvest. Price, $8.00 per cwt. J. K. Hastings i ii i / MOVIE REVUE By CLAUDE E. LEACHMAN AGGIE and MECCA THEATRES AGGIE--Preview Saturday night, Sunday, Monday and Tues- day, May 3t-June 1-2. The graodest entertainment in years. Meet Mr. Deeds... you will fall in love with him and roar at his mad adventures... Gary Cooper in "MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN" with Jean Arthur. Produced by the master producer, Frank Cap- ra. Passes, Tuesday, June 2 for Mr. and Mrs. John Andricks. MECCA--Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, May 31- June 1- 2. A criminal lawyer turns G-Man .... "LOOK OUT!" RICHARD DIX in "SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR" with MARGARET CAL- LAHAN. Passes, Tuesday, June 2 for Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ad- cock. AGGIE--Wednesday June 3. Herbert Marshall in "FORGOT- TEN FACES" with Gertrude Michael. MECCA--Wednesday, Thursday, June 3-4. "TWO IN REVOLT" starring John Arledge and Louise Latimer. AGGIE--Thursday, Friday. and Saturday, June 4-5-6. "FURY" starring Sylvia Sidney and Spencer Tracy. Passes, Thursday, June 4 for Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Kinkade. MECCA-Friday and Saturtiay, June 5-6. George OBrien in "O'MALLY OF MOUNTED" with Irene Ware. Added--Chap. ter 7, "CUSTER'S LAST STAND." i!