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November 21, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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/ Thursday, November 21, 1957 =UL __ ,I , Illl ulll I I Ill I THE PERKINS JOURNAL Editor and Publisher Robert L Evans Subscription rates: $2 a year in Payne, Lincoln tnd Logan count- ies: $3 a year if sent outside the above mentioned counties Published every Thursday and entered as second class matter at the Perkins. Oklahoma. Post Office, under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1897. z ling hospital on Monday. Uehan i M: .,.:: Ross, Mrs Bob Tucker and Mrs. O. Carr were Mrs. O. Cart Chandler visitors Wednesday. Mehan farm womens club met Mrs. Cart was having some den- Friday November 8, at the Corn tal work done. The annual Thanksgiving sup- munity building with seven mere bers present. In the absence of Mrs. Bill Clarey, president. Mrs J C. Sp- ira, vice-president, called the rneeting to order. Devotional was read by Mary Carr. Flag salute lead by Mrs J. C. Spiva. Roll call was answered by 7 members on "My Favorite Read y Mix receipe". Mrs. O. C. Towns din gave a very interesting les- son on "Homemade Mixes", and gave a demonstration of cookies cake and ready mixes. Nxt meeting will b'e December 13 at the Community building with a gift exchange. Mrs Grace Hughy had an op- eration on her hand in the Cush- per will be held at the com- munity building in Mehan on Nevember 20. Mr. Alfred Mehan and erie Mehan visited relatives over the weekend in Kansas City, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mehan and son Steven of Oklahoma City came by and took them.  Mrs. Grace Hughy has been l helping care for Mrs. Paul Clini ton and family who has been sick with the flu. Mr. and Mrs Dale Lewis of W.ichita, visited Sunday with Dale's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred AxtelL Mr and Mrs. Ralph Spurgeon of Stillwater visited Sunday with NEW 1958, Filter-FIo 6.E Washer CHECK THESE FEATURES: NonClog Filter, easy to clean. BIG 10 pound capacity Normal and short cycle= for delicate fabrics 5 years warranty and 1 years free aervice. WA-60Q 2 Cycle - Filter Flo,,, Water Saver Control. 0nly GE Has the Amazin Filter Fie Washing , $299.95 Ivec''-*" ow $199.95 Matching High Speed GE Dryer' $199.95 With 124 \\;V 7th &S Stiliwater Phone 181 VISIT PERKINS AND OEI-IOMA Mr and 5rI 'S . 0 Carr. Mr and Mrs Ralph Better- berg and family of Chicago, III., arrived Sunday night by Vanline moving trucks to make their home in Mehan. They formally lived in Mehan. We wel.abme them bek again. Rebekahs to Eelect Oficers There were nine members in at}endanee at the regular ses-; sibn of the Perkins Rebekah lodge on Thursday, November 14, with Grace Ausmus, Noble Grand, Presiding. The lodge was happy to wel- come two honored guests from IN '57--you'll enjoy it THE PER]KINS 5OURN, iii the Oilton Lodge, Janet Tarr, l bers are urged to attend. I Ausmus and Evelyn Cruse. Dist. Dep. President of Dist 1S,: Due to the fact that Thanks-! , and her husband, Vivian Tarr. giving falls on the following IOOF Lodge Meets Dist. Dep. Grandmaster of the Grand Ledge of Oklahoma. The Secretary Gertrude Savage read Mrs. Tarr's commission to the members. Mrs Tarr then ex- plained the program for the en- suing year. This coming Thffrsday, Novem ber 21 there will be a special t:-,;-.----'-----.=-,.--i ' program in honor of the "long " " , " II Perkins Llx estock Auction time" members of the lodge and IB rq , r .. -- ba le ]2reFy Thanksgiving will be observed. I Men(lay Charles Ruslunore, Owner An important event the electron I ^ . . ' eem= neDooy wiJr give the young man a chance to get of officers lor the next six mon-  the experience nobody will hire him until he's had th will be conducted. All mem-.'.,Z III ' III I Thursday, November 28, lodge  The IOOF lodge met Monday will not be open. iwith eight members present. It At the conclusion of the meet- was voted to visit the Guthrie ing delicious refreshments of lodge this Monday, November homemade cake and iced cup 25. All members who wish to go cakes with coffee was served lshould be at the IOOF Hall at by hostesses Goldie Lacy, Grace 6:45 in order to be there at 7:30. yourself plan for raising your own quick, sure-fire way. How? ,t q*l 7 %.'. b a -- The United Drys have proposed an easy do-it- taxes.., a / By destroying Oklahoma's $87,000,000 beer industry which pays the state $11 millions a year in taxes and license fees. In no time at all, you'll be making up this tax loss out of your own pocket. ::: Replacing $11 millions a year through state income tax would make the average Oklahoman's payment 50% GREATER! i If you bigb DON00T WANT er taxes... KEEP 3.2 BEER LEGALI r