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November 22, 1934     The Perkins Journal
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The hot air wasted in the last campaign would be useful now. The Perkins Journal i Volume XLV. | i Local - Happemnqs Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fulton went to Sapulpa Wednesday of last week and returnd Thursday. i Good used Cream Separator. VassarHardwar e. The Christian Endeavor young people of the Churcl of Christ went to Agra last Sunday night and put on a program. Miss Nellie Waite gave a reading, "The Life of Christ" which takes over thirty minutes to recite. Typewriters. May be bought $3.00 down, $3.00 monthly. We handle all makes. New and Used. Ribbons, Repairs and Acessories. Smith Typewriter Exchange Still- water. Mrs. Tommy Sneeby and mo- ther, Mrs. Law, of Oklahoma City spent last week with their sister and daughter, Mrs. Ralph Dicky. On Sunday Tommy came up and all returned home late in the evening. 9 x 12 Belcoleum Rugs, $5.95. Vassar Hardware. Mrs. J. T. Recer has been aufl'erin with an abscess on her neck which she had lanced Mon- day. It is thought that her ton- sils caused the trouble. The Methodist Ladies Aid met at the country home of Mrs. Massie Miles Wednesday for an all day quilting. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Typewriters, $3.00 down. Like rent, buy better Typewriters. C. Ray Smith Typewriter Exchange, Stillwater. Rev. and Mrs. Cays are at home after several weeks revival at Agra. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stumbo traded their Ford sedan to Mr. and Mrs.' Allen Jennings for their residence property in Per- kins. Jenningh live in Bristow. A Typewriter. The most appro- priate gift, for the ambitious girl or boy. Cash or Terms. Prices $17.50 and up. C. Ray Smith Typewriter Exchange, Stillwater. Mrs. W.A. Knipe attended a Red Cross dinner in Stillwater. Wednesday evening of last week. One half off on window lights. Vassar Hardware. Pez,;lns, Payne (. untv, Oklahoma, Thursday, November 22, 1934. Number 7. i I |1 i CHURCH ITEMS Bible School at 9:45 A. M. I Morning worship at 11:00. The Lord's Supper will be ob- served. The pastor will bring a Thanksgiving Day message "The True Spirit of Thanksgiv- ing." Christian Endeavor meets at 6:30. All young people invited. Evening evangelistic service at 7:3O. At this service the pastor will begin a series of three Sun- day evening senons on "The Plea of the Church of Christ." The Ladies' Aid will have a a pre-Thanksgiving bazaar and food sale in Lawrence's store Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 28. If you need pie, cake, chicken, etc. for your Thanksgiving din- ner, give yonr order to any mem- ber of the Ladies' Aid and they will be glad to till it. Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath Sehnol i):45; Bible study, 1I :00 each Sabbath. Young People's meeting first and third sabbaths The delegation from our church who attended the Youth conven- tion at Perry last Sabbath, re- ports a real worth while meeting,. Several things of real every day life were discussed, and the value of living a real Christian life Methodist Church Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Church Services, 11:00 a. m. Leagues, 6:30 p. m. Church Services, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 8:00 p. m. At the evening church hour the five reel motion picture, "Life of Christ," was shown to a large audience. The Church of Christ dismissed and some from the Baptist Church attended. The revival is still in progress. Rev. (;lark of Guthrie is with us all this week. There is hear- ty welcome extended to all. We, as Church and friends, ex- tend our sympathy to Mrs. Dor- tha Jackson and family in their loss of husband, father and son. Don't forget, we will be look- ing for you at Sunday School and church next Sunday. Appreciation..... The very splendid majority given me in the election on Nov. 6th. makes this one of the most pleasant moments of my life. This ex- pression of confidence from the voters inspires me to an appreciation of my hundreds of friends who have again elected me to the of- fice of County Assessor. Many, Many Thanks, I I 1 1934 Red Cross Poster Invites Your Membership J. H.. BLANKENSHIP Robert Lee Jackson { Red Cross Drive Started SCHOOL ITEMS s00ow The Sophomore Home Econ- omics Class will have a style show in connection will the main show at the Harvest Carnival. The admission, fee at the door will also be the admission for this feat ure. Dent miss it. SENIORS DEFEAI" LOWER CLASSMEN The Seniors formed their uni- forms Thursday evening and de- feated the futuure football team of Perkins High School, 14 to 0. The Seniors scored their first counter in the opening quarter with Carlile scoring on a off tackle play anti Waite making the extra point. The second touchdown was made by Waitewho scored two other touchdowns (luring the game but was called back because of penalties. The Senior lineup was: Carlile fullback. Waite and Heister--halfbacks. It. Lawrence- quarterback. Scott--Center. McGough and R. E. Lawrence --guards. Westfall and Lawrence,--tack- les. Clarke and Tarlton--ends. Substituets were Cooper, Hull et, Huls, Robinson. The Demo,rs play their last game this season at Stroud Wed- nesday night, Nov. 28th. - died Mrs. Fern Mask and children Robert Lee Jackson, 27, The Red (;ross drive opened arrived Saturday evening from Wednesday, Novemt)er 14, 1934, !here in Perkins Monday with Colorado to visit her grandmoth- . i r " ' | m Stdlwater, Oklahoma. i Mrs. 1 urner m charge of the ter , Mrs. L .... Hager, and her Funeral services were held at drive. She has selected her help-l father, Bert Hager. , ers and are progressing mcely the Christian Church in Perkins - /  -- -- - Friday at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. Gil -with the work. Mr. Kermit Glen Murphy and family of bert Cays officiating,. Burial i W. Ingham, the county roll call', Norton, Kansas are visitingMrs. was in Ehn Grove (,emetery un- der direction of the Vincent Fun- eral Home. Robert Lee Jackson was born in Bryan County, Oklahoma, September 28, 1907, and came with his parents the same year to Payne County, being raised on the farm nine miles south and two miles west of Stillwater. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dortha Jackson and four sons; Lundal, 7, Bobble Leroy,5, Jaekie Jean, 3, and an infant 8' (lays old. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt E. Jackson, al- so survive, also two brothers, George, of Perkins, and Roy of Stillwater, and five sisters who are; Mrs. Leila Chronisl;er, Okla- homa City; Mrs. Rosa Rains, Midland, Texas; Mrs. Ida Cott- man, Perkins; Mrs. Floy Harral, Perkins and Mrs. Zora Chain- bless, Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Suthard and the Editor and family at- tended a birthday surprise party for Mr. Suthard's sister Mrs. Lawrence Webb in Stillwater Saturday night, after which they went out to his brothers farm west of Stillwater and spent Sun- day. A number of relatives from Stillwater and Hennessey gath- ered there Sunday for a visit to- gather. They returned Sunday evening. chairmap., attended the Commer- Murphy's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. cial Club dinner last Friday and R. E. Jones. They arrived Wed. spoke in behalf of the Red Cross. l nerday evening and will return The Club voted to support the! Saturday. Mr. Murphy is the Red Cross membership drive I Register of Deeds at Norton and here in Perkins. At that time Mrs. Turner was placed in charge of the work here. FOR SALE 100 acres, fenced, 32 in hog wire, 25 acres in cultivation. 40 acre tract, fenced in 32 inch i hog wire. was re-elected to another term in the recent election. Pleasant Valley District is go- ing to have a pie and box supper Wednesday night 28th. There will be plenty of music and every- one is invited. I wish to thank the voters of Perkins who so loyally gaveme their suppo|'t during the cam- paign just past. Norrna N. Johnson County Superintendent II f To my friends in Perkins and vicnity I wish to thank each and every one of you for the splendid support you gave me in the recent election. LEE HALL County Clerk, Elect.