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September 7, 1933     The Perkins Journal
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TH Local News Charlie Waters made a busine,,e trip to Oklahoma City Monday. May Eaton of Stiliwal(r was visiting home folios Saiucday afternoon. Dr. and i\\;,h&apos;:< [ todsao# of Tryon visited at tile George Norris home Monday. Walter Gaskell of Moscoge was calling on old friends at the community Sale Monday. Miss Alice iViae French, of Miss Maurine Williams went home with the Nixons and will visit relatives in Arkansas City. Miss Bama Lawrence left: last Thursday to begin her work at teaching school in a district near Enid. Mrs. Roy Portor's sister came down lrom Wichita, Kansas, Saturday for a short visit over Labor Day. Sunday they went to Oklahoma City to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherrod and little datghte- of Stillwater, Miss Erma Sherrod, Stillwater, and Miss Alberta Sherron of Stillwater, is here visiting her Topeka, Kansas, visited their aunt, Mrs. Alice Fulwider. mother, Mrs. W. A. Knipe, Sun- day and Monday, Superintendent Elliott and Charlie Waters went to the City! Mrs. Cora Wagner, brother, Tuesday and brought back a J Charlie Stansberry, daughter, supply of school books. LORIFYING t h e modernistic note sounded in art and anmsement fields today! Sparkling! StarHing! That's 'The Show of the Century,' the big night attraction to be staged at this year's Oklahoma State Fair at Oklahoma City, Sept. 23 to 30. Five spectacular scenes featuring new and novel specialties selected by master showmen: ])'or- eign and American hip- podroine acts including acrobats, clowns, train- ed animals and jugglers; Cervonne Band; Abbott Dancers; a disappearing water ballet; and other splendid ateractions. AH presented against a brilliant background of vivid color and action. Snappy costumes, pret- ty girls, peppy music, and gorgeous fireworks. S ix nights beginning Sunday, September 24. Featuring this year a "Buyers' Week Festival" with special programs for Oklahoma mer- chants Grandstand Admission ()nv ,50c Thi,: :ar. [ Leona Baker and granddaughter, Florence Baker left last Thurs- i day for Plvmoth, I11. to visit their eld home. They expect to be gone one week. M. C. Nelson and wife of Boone, Iowa, departed fro" their home Wednesday morning fol- lowing an extended visit with his sister, Mrs. Ray Miller and husband. Also with relatives in Oklahoma City and Perry. Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Nixon and small son, Joe Lynn, returned to their heine at Arkansas, City ::onday after a tew days visit h,'re with Mrs. Nixon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fulton. Trtey also visited Mr. Nixons's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nixon. The folks who went to Ply- mouth, Illinois, last week to visit their old home, returned to Per- kins Wednesday evening. They were Char. Stanslmry and his sister, Mrs. Cora Wagner', her daughter, Mrs. W. N. Baker, and her granddaughter, Mrs. Florence Baker. Plymouth is near Quincy. The first of the week Mr. and Miss Stooky enjoyed a visit with their son. W. E. Stooky, and family from Manford, Oklahoma. Quite a few of the Legion boys here attended the Convention at Tulsa. Some ot those were Ch,rlie Waters, Nile K,dpe, Tom Crystal, Fred Van Zandt, Sarm Matin, andFrank Fulroider. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Minter of Tulsa have been visiting the lat- ter's parent. Mr'. and Mrs. G. C. Miller. They came here a couple ,of weeks ago, and on Tuesday of last week the" went to 0kla- homa City for a visit with Mr. Minter's parents. They re- turned here last Thursday and spent until Sunday when they went back to Tulsa They also had their sgn, Earl Ray, with them. l"--7g'g"--I I Fresh, I me11 li i Pure MIlK I i at a!l times--rain or shine 1 I Call I WM. KNtPE, ,1 H., l,lanager I R. W. HOLBROOK PHYSICIAN Official l'hysiemn for A. T. & h. I:.R.R. at t'erkins, Oklah,-ma, Drug Store l'hone 42 Reuidenco Phone 99 E PERKINS JOURNAL Among those front here who attended the 101 Labor Day rodeo were: W. A. Knipe, Frank Honor, Frank Eaton and Bert Frame, Miss Minnie Belle Fulton came home last Saturday from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. H. A. Nixon, and family at Arkansas City. Born Saturday, September 2. to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Zandt, a nine pound baby girl. They have given the little Miss the name of Martha Joan. Mrs. Pack, of Stitlwater, is caring' for the mother and baby. Dan Nelson and wife of Okla- homa City accompanied by Mrs. Dena Gray of Ft. Worth, Texas, came up last Wednesday for a visit with their sister, Mrs. Ray Miller, and husband. Mr. Nelson I is a law-partner of our cogress- man, F. B. Swank, of Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Galusha, with their son, Jasper, and wife, spent Sunday, August 27, in Per. Mns visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. George Rollins. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin's son, Ernest and Mrs. Jasper Galusha's sister were also with the com- pany. Mrs. Georgia Rollins re- turned with them to Ponca City where she will at*end school. Wm. Knipe, Jr. took his dau- ,ghter, Miss Marry Jean, to Put" nam City on Thursday of last week to nrepare for the begin ning of school there where she will be one of the teachers. Put- nam City belongs to the Okla. homa City school system. An item in last week's issue of the Journal gave Bethany as the place where Miss Knipe would teach, which was a mistake for which we are sorry. 4 Regular Meals Served Family Style All You Can Eat for Chicken Dinner on Sundays Commercial Hotel i II I A Staple Line of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Inspect our Stock. I Let's Eat afe L. R. WlLHITE M.D. Offi .e Phone .... 94 Res. Phone .... 15 Perkins. ()kla. i Meets 2nd and 4th Fridays Glenn Carson, WM. Charles Waters, Secretary Her Happiness and Yours Every normal man and woman looks forward with pleasant anticipation to the "Home All Their Own," and that is well, but--- Some folks just keep on dreaming, and never wake up to the fact that the time has now arrived when they should be building. Building a home is no longer a thing of mystery and uncertainty, to be dreaded and postponed. You may examine the many plans at our office. and select a design that is iust right for your needs and means We will furnish the blue prints and all needed material. LONG-BELL JOHN BYER, Manager Mrs. A. L. Ormsbee and, *********************** Mrs. George Miller were dinner i guests of Mrs. Anna Yates today.!** SAVOY,. Mr. and Mrs Morris Callahan * ,-, s "" " * ..... , . "   [O (2HARLE). WA'I'ERS 1"17013. from uKmnoma wiry were visit- * * ing old friends in Perkins Non- * Fountain and Sundmes ,t i; Mrs. Ceo. Miller has been ill i. & IV[ t for almost the past, week. She , was confined to her bed all day' Ice Cream ; Tuesdsy, but she is much better i . today'. 1 I** Remedies for Family," Mrs. W. L. Houston, of near Stock and Poultry. , - : Merrlck, came here Sunday for l  . a few days wmt at the Fred Van Libr-,', Books Fxchan-ed Zandt home and to get acquaint- * "*" "  ** ed with thenew granddaughter ***************** Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ken- worth-and r. anti Mrs. C. D. Rose and two sons visited rel- atives near Tulsa Sunday, com- ing back to Tulsa Monday and attending the Legion Conventit, n. Special Each Saturday Finger Waving 1C by Maurine Banning at Commercial Hotel the New-- ELECTRIC RANGE... So Simple--Even a child can use an electric range... WHEN you purchase an elec- tric range you don't have to give much thought to it's operation. It is simplicity itself, and much eas- ier to operate than most cook stoves. The modern electric range is constructed according to safety standards, and approved by your electric company. Its clean heat does your cook- ing-quickly and inexpensively with only the turn of a switch. The electric range represents the "modern way" of cookery, endorsed by over 1,000,000 A- merican Homemakers. You will change to the electric range after you have heard the story of its efficiency, price and economy. Why not learn more about E- lectric Cookery and its many ad- vantages over any other means of cooking? Without obligation, just 'phone or stop at the display rooms of any merchant selling electric ranges See him today Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. W. H. BOASEN, Manager Guthrie District Courteous. Personal ,,ttention to evertl Customer