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November 22, 1934     The Perkins Journal
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I I I Perkins Journal ' iqhb PublishedbytheJ0urnalPtlblishing(-00o 00Amonq Our [le ors00 R. G. James, EdiLor and Manager ', Entered as second class mail matter l Notice to Correspondents: We beauty parlor in Stil!water. hc, Ot the postuffice at Perkins, Oklahoma nder act of congress March 3rd, 1899 SIII]SCRII)TI()N RATES In Payne, I,ineoln and I,og- an counties, S1.00 per year; outside $1.5t). Resolutions of Respect--- Mimr,um $1.00. Over 20 lines, 5 cents per line. hll poetry same price. OUR BIBLE VERSE But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.. --Rom. 5:8. ............................... 2 Thanksgiving Another Thanksgiving time has roiled around, and we need to stop and think just what it really means. When the Pilgrim Fathers came to this country they realized their dependence upon God for' everything, even life itself, and then after their first harvest their first thought was that of thanks- giving to God for His protecting care over them. To a certain extent we have lost that sense of utter depend- ence upon God, since there are no dangers or hardships of a pi- oneering, life to overcome, as they did, hence there is less thanks- giving to God. We need to realize that every breath of air we breathe is through God's goodness and mercy. Even though times have been hard, yet we have many things to be thankful for. Thanksgiving has become a time of hunting, feasting and visiting with little thought for the real meaning of the occasion. How can one really enter into the true spirit of the occasion when they do not acknowledge God in their lives in any way whatsoever? We have heard mer- chants thank the people for their business, but did not give God . any thanks at all. Let's be thankful for what we have. The heathen countries have nothing on us. We have a lot of idle worshippers too. A cat is supposed to have nine lives. Tarzan must have a lot i ,: more than that, because it seems to be pretty hard to get him killed. The football coaches have been fooling their players all these years. They have been trying to keep thei/" players from smoking,, but a tobacco company has made the important discovery that their cigarets are beneficial to football players. Since they give so much energy, the winning team would be the one that could buy the most cigarets. We ought to get a pie for ad- y.ertiiag all these pie suppers. THE PERKINS JOURNAI ' I ii visited Mrs. Krox Sunday Rv alamn . .... de of Hay- evening, ward spent Tuesday at the home ,:.rs. Beryl Justice spent Sun- of Rev. C. A. Strickland. tie is want to get the paper out a day i early next week so will you send i in your items by Monday it pos- ' sine? Thank you i VINCO I lly Mrs. Nellie Rice i JerryBuffington returnedhome last Tuesday evening from the Cushing hospital where he was taken the first of the week suffer- ing with a burnt mouth which he contracted while doctoring a sick calf. He is getting along day in Olivet at the hondo of her l holding a revival at ' ehan. grandparents. 1 Mr. and 5h's. C. A. Ostrander ha been there several w?eks! Allan Wheeler of Stillwater Mr. and Mrs. Orio ()sbo:'n ana and likes it fine. Jessie is work-! p, reached at Olivet Church Sun..  E'cma, also Rex and X4ay Thomp- ing in ('ushing doinghou.ework.: say. !son atte:ded the flee picture She has her old job back which Mrs. Nellie Rice acted as Bible:show in Perkins Saturday night. she had before she came home to help her mother can fruit. Charlie Krater of Colorado is visiting his mother and other relatives. He has been in Per- kins several days. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Spillars and daughter Alice were shop- ping in Stillwater Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John McGee fine. and two daughters, Mrs. Jessie Mr. and Mrs. ttavey William- i Case and John Cruse spent Sun- .con and Mrs. Charlie Gearhart] day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. spent last Monday at the home Roy Gearhart. of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Coldsmithl of Stillwater and took in the! Mrs. Charlie Hinshaw is ira- Armistice day parade. !proving in health very slowly. l Her daughter, Mrs. Vera Grant Last Tuesday, Mrs. J. R. 5;tone ] spent Monday helping take care ,nd Frank took Mr. and Mrs. io f her. Mrs. Jessie Case visited Luther Malloy to Oklahoma City.!Monday afternoon, Mrs. England Luther visited a doctor in the and Mrs. Mc Gee oi Oklahoma City. Rty Gearhart made a business trip to Chandler last Wednesday. He visited relatives also while school superintendent in the ab-i It was fine and worth seing. scense of J R. Stone. Our alton-! Mrs. Dollie Nelson dance was not so good Sunday as Dunlap received the] sadand newsRY we have been baying but we had. i of the death of their brother-in close to fifty present. Endeavor law, Will Wood, who lived in at night was led by Miss Gladys California. Spillars. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mahoney EDEN CHAPEL were Sunday visitors at the By Mrs, C, A. Ostrander home Of Mr. Vrank Burton. The weather has been ideal th,re. Last Wednesday, Mrv. Ivon Knox took her youngest son, Charles, to the Stillwater hospital where Charles had his tonsils and adenoids removed. They remain- ed in the i-ospkal until Thursday rr.orning and took dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. M ?in, returning' home Thursday evening. Little Charles is getting along fine and has had quite a aumber of visitors to see him. P.J. Mears has purchased a buggy and intends to buy a horse. Mr. Mears says a horse and bugt!y will be very conven  lent for him in his business. Vinco and vicinity had two real November dreary damp days last Thursday and Friday Saturday and Sunday were real pretty days. Monday morning ]rain fell pretty heavy. Last Friday being the birthday of Ed Case, his two daughters, Mrs. Florence M alloy and little son, Mrs. Genevieve Gearhart and little daughter, celebrated Saturday at the home of their parents, and enjoyed a nice birth- day chicken dinner. Quite a big crowd enjoyed the free movie Saturday afternoon and night at the Lyric Theatre in Perkins. Those that had visit- ed the World's Fair enjoyed see- ing the pictures which were very natural. The picture demonstra- tion of he Ford V-8 and the rac- ing  were very interesting. But there are very few people that can spare five thousand dollars to purchase this fine car right now. J. R. Stone, Carl Myers and Noble Seals went to giawa early Sunday morning and returned in the afternoon. John Barthol- omew took them as far as Guth. fie. Essie Spillars is workieg in a City WedneSday evening , Mr. and and Mrs. Francis Scott spent Sunday affernom and Ivon Knox called Sunday noon. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Stricldand and son Paul were dinner guests of her brother,Will Murlin, and his wile Sunday. Roy Dunlap had a very sick horse last week but the veteri- narian saved her. Mrs. A. A. Etheridge, Mrs. Lydia Millhouse and little daugh- ter Viola and Robert Etheridge were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Van Nickols of Payne Center district. Mrs. Lela Mahoney and chil.- dren spent Sunday afternom for maturing the late crops. Lots of the kafir has ripened and the fall gardens are fine. Green vegetables are an exception in the middle of November: E. R Shiny had quite a lucky accident Monday. On his way home from Perkins his car went into the ditch and turned over. I say lucky because neither man nor car as hurt a bit. Mr. and Mrs. Bon Leach and children of Stillwater spent Mon- day at F. E. Mahoney's. They left TueCday fo," Texas. Make those repairs on your honse, barn or chicken house before it gets too cold. Your stock and chickens will do better if well protected. We have shingles, roofifig, tar paper glass, nails, lath. or whatever you need. LONG-BELL LUMBER SALES CORP. J. W. Byer Mgr. Perkins, Oklahoma Mrs. Nellie Knox is suffering visiting" " " her uncle, \\;,V'fil Murhn" ............. . vn' ann urs utaa r'acK aria ahleagaintowithgether abavtlimbmuch.and is Mrs.nt and tamflv" 1 n ' daub'- ter,' Mr. and" Mrs. wtn"a's, hit'. Jack Floyd an,t family are[and Ra,; and Dale Waltman t Ilvr Mrs. Esther [, Mrs. ac._, ..,.e, in Red Rock where he has work/were Saturday evening visitors Carrie McFarland and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rice for a while. /at F. E. Mahoney's. 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