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The Perkins Journal
Perkins, Oklahoma
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November 22, 1934     The Perkins Journal
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THE PERKINS JOURNAL "One of Our Babies" Red Cross pLblic health nurse pro:dly displays o;s  & z ;,7-'.,,[z t::,der hc pare. In the past five years Red Cross nurses have aided at the birth of more than 19,000 babies and have given care to mothers of many oUers, in their work to 8ave lives of =nothers and babies. t= the oportu=# to whvstl T look torwai'd each yesrmtl chsn kl s&vs ultaacddi' o Itad i(0s to tl OklMusman and  bY ill@ in a.dva ,ice. 'rhl. ,t,t,ional ,l[ar=n O1$r om om ONCE l. Year, n.d lasts only a {hor$ llma. Place Your order belore mnllut l:eelmbR Never In modern times have so ny vital evo.ts alIecting onr every*d&y lives Oc- curred Never has a, ,netronolitals uewsnair with complete news and vleture services o| all .kinds. a Washington bureou, state cor- realaondents and outstandinl local stall bl a greater necessity. Take tills OpportllrtltY tO subscribe to the OklahOun Pc  NO'If 65 a O]:I.ET SAVING. OKLAHOMAN lly al! 8unday84m, t t yo. IOF i w]to Yr II ,lAll.r--36 "*" === $5 95 for 1' ............. , Omtn--Week dens oral#. No 8tmday. On lr BY  ............ 'J, |0 Ingham's Sue 00,estions For Christmas Gifts General Electric Appliances. Hot Point Electric Irons. Electric Waffle Iron, with heat Indicator. Electric Toasters. Heating Pads. Electric Mixers. All kinds of toys, Coasters, Wagons, Scoot- ers, Tricycles. INGHAM LUMBER COMPANY 117 West 8th, Avenue Phone 85 Stillwater, Okla. \\;\ NS 3OURNAL ', ._.1 The. Home, of Good Printing '\\; { GOODNIGHT ! By SteJla {)avidsun Stop! Look! 1.sten! What? A pie supper! \\;\here? Goodnight Schcol! \\;\:ben? November 27! Bring what? Box, Pie or Fruit [asket! hy? For Community Christ- mas Tree. Everybody Come!!! Sunday School and Endeavor were well attended. Allen Wheeler preached both morning and rdght. Every one s urged to attend these ser;,'ices. Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Mercer spent last week with hi, folks n :!at Tryon. Some of the church folks gath- ered at Stalcup's Thursday to chop wood lor the church but it rained so they were unable to get much wood chopped. Ncver- theles wa all thank the Stalcup family for donating the wood to the church. i Ill I I II I II ] II IIII I Those on the sick list this week, were Atomy Chrystal and Willis Davidson. Eliza Harrison had some deatal work done in Guthrie Thm'sday Mrs. Redpath and two daugh- ster, Grace and Mrs. NellYoung- ker, took Sunday dinner with Mrs. Ass Bickell. Audrey England of Cottage Corner School Teacher, spent the week-end with home folks. Nellie Ruth and Dotene Bick- ell are spending the week with their grandmother Ridpath. i r W. t l. l)avidson and wile. Sunday dinner guests af the Davidson home were Mr. and Mrs. Halley Dovieson and daugh- ter Kathryn and Gm vin Cruse. Mr. and Mrs. Rece of Perkins visited their daughter, Mrs. Gala Stalcup, and family Thursday. A. L. A. meet with Mrs. Mollie Druse last Thursday, Only a few members were present on account of the rain. Fruit and cake were served. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Alice Cox on Nov. 30. Our next social will also be with Mrs. Cox on Dec. 18. Everybody come. Farm Women's Club met with Want Ads De-Graff Maehineless I'erman- ent waves $1.50, $2, $3, $5, Chil- dren $1.00. All other lines of beauty work "Modern Beauty Shop." Georgia Tidwell, Prop. 202 Block North Cleveland, Phone 172 Cushing. NEW and USED Furniture. Wood Stoves $1.45, Congoleum rugs 4 1-2x6 $1.45, 6x9 $2.90; 9x12 $5.75. Congoleum by the yard. 50c per yard Radios $15.75. Stovepipes 15c per joint. Good axes $1.75. Patterson Furniture 120 East 9th. Stillwater. Nell Youngker Tuesday. Many visitors were present and a very ting was held. Let's Swap If you have something you don't want, or il you want to buy or trade tor something, just tell me about it and I will list it in this space each week and also post it in the shoe shop window If and when a sale or trade is! made you can pay me a small commission. The Shoe Doctor in the Journal office For Sale or Trade 5 room house, 6 lots. Good cook house and barn. 6 room house, half block of ground, barn, garage, wash house and fruit. Equity cheap.__ Party wants large wood heater Coleman lamp for 22 rifle. Witte gasolene engine, 2 h.--p. Meets 2nd and 4th Fridays J. R. Sewell, W. M. Glenn Carson, Secretary I IIII I L. R, Wl LHITE M.D. Ortice l'hone ...... 9-I Res. Ph,)ne .... 1S Perkins, ()kla. h R. W. HOLBROOK PHYSICIAN June Stearman took Sunday on truck. Good. . official t'hysit an fin' A T  S dianer with Ethel Reynolds ! 1' ...... Stella Davidssn visited Spring- Vincent Funera " " " """'"' '""""'"' hill School last Wednesday. H I Drug St.,,,'e I'h,me 42 Florence Ellen Smith and John- ome 1t 1,, ie Arthur were married Nov. 4tb. A M BUL A NCE ........ ' " |l They have made their home on Phone 808 Stillwater I] ........ " .......................... "-- the farm east of Perkins. We It.',---,,,,-,,-.i..,,,,i,i,,i,ii,,,,.,.,,,,, wish them mw'h happiness. " .................................. : E Ethel Reynolds who is work-] Payne County Service Cleant.ng., Pressmg .= ing in Cushing visited homel {= /Mterlng. anti .= lolks this week end. Garage t" Repairing Ridpaths have just finished re- TIRES--TUBES--BATTERIES 1"7-" == shingling their house, Acetylene Welding " Prices Reasonable John Cruse worked for Mer- We guarantee our workmanship i'=" Your Business Appreciated " != cers near Tryon last week. NILE and STREETER KNIPE, Prop.  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stear- Phone27 I-: Perkins Cleaners man took didner Friday with ": /"JJ|JJ l|J|lJlJ| II J|J If| |Ill j jlJlJ jjjltj|jjj l|Jljj |l{ City Oro./00arket L. C. Thurber & Ivan King Phone 377 Stillwater Prompt Delivery FLOUR MneyBack48 lbs $147 Guarantee Corn Meal, ............... Pound.lO ..... 29c POTATOES' .......................... Pound.' OO $1 .21 Kraut Cabbage, iii 100 Pounds $1.37 We Pay Cash For Your Eggs 18 II I III IIlI I III I Sugar Cured, Pound am I J II White Compound 3 Pounds 33