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?'--: ............. " --7 ............. , .---7"--27 -- ....... :: ........... 1" ......................... S_-L_?-27 ........................... : .............. = :--!' t J, ,, L J _ i THE PERKINS JOURNAL I Goodnight E Attencance at Sunday School!|  l"  l" Jr  [ ]Vtl ! I L" I--2 to make it at least 70 for next li i J l m,a l' i _. I Sunday. The attendance at]l  --   ""  " "'-" Endeaver wasn't so good as usu- I al. But we had a very interest-]  1 / t / It #l' , ing lesson with Doyle Morgan as fresh anti L,urea lvleats leader. Edward Scott is leader Beef Steak ,T-Bone or Round 15c Boil Beef ................................ lb. 81/2'c IIIll I I I ........ ml i,ie , i , ,i Pork Chops lb. 10c llll i I - i I I i I Ililll I I llll I II Ill Illl I I Ill I Roast Pork lb, 10c I ii i ii ii I Hamburger or Sausage lb. 10c t it i for next Sunday night. Lets all make an effort to be there. Tom and Amy Chrystalreturn- en home from their vacation last Friday. Their mece, Vir.inia Chrystal, returned with them to spend the summer. John Harris has been working for Wall's the past week, Audrey England and Stella B. Davidson spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Staple and Fancy GROCERIIES When you think of Groceries or Meats think of DICKEY'S The City Meat Market Lard lb. 81/3 Martin of near Vinco. ............................ Edna M organ and H alley Day- .... i COFFEE 4-lb, bucket 90c idson who are attending school T , ,!-, i Bucket and Pie Plate FREE at Edmond spent the week end rorm or lown i withhomefolks. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Goforth inn'anloFl Calves ...... lb. "" 12]/2c Alma Stalcup as a guest of and daughter called on his folks, | JE Pearl Sauer af Coyle Sunday. lIr. and Mrs. George Goforth LLO i . . .... 3 for Z0 00aVa00a,o-e,,o0000r.od00o00e ,oo0000ay Saturday from Oklahoma City[ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Price en-  _ml.__ where she has been vacationingljoyed ice cream with Mr. and c: - .an; . " in Eureka Spring, Arkansas. with her aunt. I Mrs. Harvey Dunlap and niece, Lncildna, Reb,,,,.d The body arrived here hursday Dinner guests at the England Tuesday evening. ........ = ......... and was burried at Olivet. The home Sunday were Mrs. Acree Mr and Mrs. Ernest Allison Items from old Journal files. Eastern Star conducted the ser- and son Woody, Mrs Pauline '" ' ' m dl=a q I THIRTY YEARS AGO July 3, 1903 Eiler's big show company was advertising that they woul be in Perkins July 10th ann show "Ten Nights in a Bar-Room" under canvass with special scen- ery, snakes, dragons,and calcium effects. " Monster crops tor the terri- tory of Oklahoma were reported. A union meeting had been vices. :'. ! Mrs. Nancy Sunsaulis, 76 years old, died at her home in Perkins on Friday June 27, 1903. Mrs. Frank Saint, 40 years old, died at her home one mile east of Perkins on Sunday, June 29, 1913. A survey was almost complet- ed for an interurbar line from Arkansas, throngh Blackwell, Tonkawa and Perry to Guthrie. A heavy rain fell on Monday held at the Congregationalist night and Tuesday. church with the purpose of or- l . . . . .......... t ::,everal armers over Dy rmpe- ganmmg a soc,ety or tne menu . "I well were said to have caught the ss. l silo fever, Several farmers were Gross earnings for the Santa I building silo s. Fe for the current fiscal year were $ 7,700 per mile. You don't need brilliance to be England and daughter of Carney Kenneth Butler and Wayne Go- forth of Perkins, Stella B. David- son, Ethel Reynolds and R. 13. Frame. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox mot- ored to Oklahoma City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Reynolds visited Sunday evening with L. L. Stal-up and tamily. Paul England, Ray Burton, R. B. Frame and Ethel Reynolds met at Stella i)avidson's home Thursday night and made ice cream Many were in bathing Sunday atternoon at the Dikes. Mrs. Enghmd is visiting relat- ives and friends in Carney. Beatrice Frame of Oklahoma a law maRer. You just apprc- City has been spending a /ew TWENTY YEARS AGO plate money you haven't got and, days with her parents Mr. and July 4, 1913 then boost up the income taxi Mrs. Bert Frame. Mrs. Will Scott died Tuesday again. - I1 Bob Bales spent Sunday with m [ Clyde Reynolds. Dental Dzscove, y , Charlie Wiedler has been ill. Mrs. Josphine Creager and children, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Waite and daughter visited Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waite of Perkins. and little daughter, called on Mr. and Mrs. George Goforth Tues. Fay went home with them to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dunlap HAT tooth-decay can be warded off by vltamlu D and phosphorus in the diet is a recent dental discovery of vital importance. The announcement of the discovery was first made by two medical missionaries, Dr. and Mrs. R. Gordon Agnew, of the West China Union University, whose findings come as a result of a scientific study of "over ten ears' experiment on 350 children. Now We Know According to Dr. E. V. McCol- lure of Johns Hopkins University, who accepts the discovery as a "milestone in scientitic progress," the new knowledge eliminates confusion about the necessary diet for teeth. Vitamin D comes from sunshine and cod liver o11, or their substitutes, while the phos- phorus foods in order of their richness are egg yolk, milk, meats, leafy vegetables, and the seeds, ia'alna, roota anti tubers. A spec|tl diet, suggested by Dr. MeCol- lure. in the light ot this discovery, is a quart of milk a day, eggs several times a week, a leafy vegetable t least once a day, salad twice a day, and anything else one likes. With this new knowledge the woman in the home who plans the meals, becomes guardian of the dental well-being of her family. Through her daily marketing for fresh foods and her ca to see that a supply of canned foods containing these nutrients, is kept always on hand, she can not only prevent tooth decay but arrest decay which has already begun. Because not many adults drink quart of milk daily, she should use milk plentifully in cooking, including condensed and evapor- ated milk which retain their vitamin D. The lhoaphortm in canned fruits is also vluable for this ew deniil dlot,* Shingle Mrs. George Ussary visited her mece in Perkins, Mrs. Grace Seals last Tuesday. Mrs. Smith of Oklahoma City has been visiting her son and family, Mr. and Mrs.FredStrick- land. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stridkland are the proud parents ot a baby girl who weighed eight hounds. She has been named Margaret Pearl. .Miss Lela Stufflebeam and Miss Erna Jacks called on Ida- bell Bateson Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bateson and son Charles and Mrs. George Batesan and daughter Thelma, called on Mrs. NobleSeals Satur- day evening. Leta Stufflebeam spent Friday evening with Erma Jacks and shespent Saturday night andSun- day with Leta. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Jacks and mother Mrs. Cowger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Len- ard Cowger. had as their visitor, Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Hattie Oldsfield and son Wayne of Cahfornia. Grace Chiles is on the sick list, we are hoping she will be well soon, Mr. Tom Goforth and Mr. i i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIIIIIIIIIIIII '- Cleaning, Pressing " " Altering and .:= " Repairing :-- Prices Reasonable --" Your Business Appreciated =" i]llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllUlnl" Special Each Saturday Finger Waving 1 5C by Maurine Banning at Commercial Hotel Bend Items Nole Galoway called on' the Evertt Buckbee enjoyed eating Dennings Sunday. ice cream with Mr. and Mrs. I Florida Allison ,, . Ernest and Melvin Price I ue:day evening. visited his parents near Good- Sandy Land t night Sunday. 1Jessie Woodson [ Mr. and Mrs. John Allison By I returned home with his son Ern-" Miss Hazel Thompson is visit- est, to spend the week withthem. ingat the home of her parents; Hugh Holden and family are Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thompson. picking plumes this week. She isemployed at the University Hospital at Oklahoma City. Fay Goforth spent a few days ;,,.'siting in the Bend community. Emmit Embry and John Mc- Alster left Sunday for Ashie ,tu,....t.mm.mm......n...m.,n....mn.mm where they will visit relatives. I Ruby Rogers, who had her ton- ]  (31IARLE8 WATERS, Prop. sils removed a week ago at the = Stillwater hospital is improving, i  Fountain and Sundries | Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Saddler has i returned to the home of his sister --= here, Mrs. Edgar Collins. They i will leave July 5th for Arkansas --= where they will visit his parent. Several have had corn to eat this week. Farmer's here had their thresh- ing done this week: SAVOY i: lla LEI WAE ERS, Prol A--&MIn :at: ant L Su ndl ! [ i lee Cream "" i!| i Remedies for Family, | Stock and Poultry. ! | i I i=, Library Books Exchanged iiminu{ Farmers Union Co-Op. We sell for CASH W, H. Eaon, Mgr. Perkins - Oklahoma Corn Flakes . 2 for 25c Oats, with cup and saucer . 20c Pork & Beans No. 211/2 can 10c Egg Noodles pkg. 8c Potted Meat . . 3 for 10c Kipper Sardines . 3 for 10c