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L ( " THE PERKTNe .... , JOURNAl. profitable to your children s edu-i Every one is bvsy cutting feed Ijhnnie Arthur were married don't you think it would ,be as day. . ,  .. iMondttf They are malting their [canon to haxe them spent an and some ave t].tdltg caue to!home east ('1 PerMns. Every one [hour or so in Sunday School.}mili for sorgum. !will miss her. Lets try to bui M a good com-[ Mr. and Mrs. Alvv "l_bo!npSOIl' munity Sunday School. [and children spent Sunday with i i here will be a Die supper at t'armers Union menmersbegin hi pare],ts Mr and Mrs 'ic! the school house. Friday night i Nov, 30, Ior the purpose of get- Among Our Neighbors FOREST VALLEY lv Otto [linffwald Mr. J. F. Ringwald and sons, Otto and Alvin, were pleasantly surprised Saturday evening. when Hilbert stepped in the door after about a seven week's stay in a CCC Camp in Canon, Texas. He.succeeded m getting transter- red to a veteran's camp in Still- water, arriving there last Thurs- day, socame down over Satur- day night and Sunday. He liked the camp there, but wanted to be nearer home. He did not like so much wind as they have there to get ready for our next local Thompson of the San@land iicg treats for a community meeting, the 1st Saturday night l)istrict. "2hristinas tree. Everyone that in December. Secretary Chas. Mr. and Mrs. l'-(,t Hardy gave brings a pie or buys a pie will Evans has a report: to give you a card p,utv for a nmfl)er of get a treat AiM all children, from our last quarterly county tl',eir Li-%:ndo" ," Satuz'&,.y ,,igbt All :chool age and under. We will meeting, and other important ....... i reported a fine tin;e, osganize a 1'. T. A. minters to de lrougn up. [  " Mr aim Mrs Bill t-lay';e and ' - ' Crowded out last week 1 .... t Mane 8tanton vsted Wednes- . Marie Stanton wei e s;hooping in l with s Mr. Bateson and wife, singing] ....  , , "  day afternoon ' Mrs,'. Cold- . . t.,usnlng aturoay. I " ' and preaching evangelists, [ .... smith. reached to the Forest Valle" I Florence El!enSmith and Mr. ........ Y l They have been having some un(lay cnool last unoay  "'- ' real wolf hrnts, the last report Mrs. Dola Gates's sister and but has not been much better:family called on them last week. since he came back. They are Mr. and Mrs. Claud Everett Gates had the misfor, i Bunyard from the eastern part fortune to have a work horse ot the state. Mr. Bunyard's un- killed, Friday night about 11:30. cle, whom he used to live with The horse got over the fence died near Liberal, Kansas. They some way, and was strtick by a left the children with Mrs. Gates car on the pavement just north and went to Liberal and brought of Jess Nelson's house. Then when a man was trying to wave down another car to keep it trom runninginto the dead horse, the car struck him, and broke his arm and,then struck the horse anyway. The ,ccupants were thrown tc the ground and injur. ed. Two or three were taken to a hospital, a result it appears of reckless driving. Have not heard how the injuredare getting along. Ray Miller forded the river on horseback Sunday afternoon and went over to Lee Kirk's to see his mother, who is being cared for there lay her daughter Ruth, who is Lee's wife. tie reported her slowly improving. the body to Stillwater for burial The funeral was held in Stillwa. ter Saturday. Otto Ringwald attended the Home C:ming meeting at Eden Chapel Sunday. It was a very eojoyable event. Reverends Strickland, Rumbaugh and Cook and their wives were there and took parts in the service. Harry Albright gave a short history of the Sunday School and church. Mrs. Albright's brother, Jean Davis of Sapulpa, was a visitor. a, ten pund baby boy arrived at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. t!erbert Garvin Saturday morn- ing. We hope he likes the place L "'e "" wald and "ri'- and wilt staya long while Miss eSll. l.lng " tit i| ly r. , T, , . ' , tJo,oa tmwyer is slaying motored over to Cushing Sunday : . with them M1 m e doing well and spent the day with Mrs. ' " " Ringwmd  parents( the Myrmks. i Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gates . a_;_iwent to lngaPs Monday and Myrtle Gates was suvc,m _ . " . with tonsilitisa couple of days i helped their son forest butcher last week. i a nog. . Mrs. Aberccmbie's girls were ! Leslie and Alvin Ringwald out of school last week on ac. lbutchered a hog for Mrs. Aber- count of bad colds. One of them had a painful tisingj in her ear. The women's club had their social, Saturday night at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Fren:h. Thomas reported a good time. The Sunday School is not hav- ing the attendance it should In fact one member was so discour- aged that he moved that it be discontinued, but a Rev. Snell was there from Stillwater and gave them a talk of encourage- ment, and the faithful ones de- cided to carry on for awhile, and see if they could arouse a new interest. There are quite a number of children as well as grown-ups in this community that do not attend Sunday SchoGl. Parents crombie. The Farmers Union of Forest Valley will meet ai the commun- ity building, Saturday, Dec. 1. i Let all members be present as! there are important matters to: be brought before the local. t_ F. Courtright's father and bro-i thor called on them Sunday. Mrs. Abercrombie's little girl I Pauline is out of school this l week with a very painful gather. ing in her ear. INDEPENDENCE By Mrs. A. W. Thompson We would like to see every one out to Sunday school next Sul> day. Also singing Sunday nighi, Mrs. Marie Stanton canned beef for Mr. Tolniison last Tues- Protect your Radiator this winter with Alco- hol' or Everready Prestone at the following low prices. Denatured Alcohol 1 Pint . . 10c 1-2 Gal... 1 Qt.... 20c 1 to 4 Gal.. 5 Gallon and up 70c Everrdady Prestone gal. .40c 80c Twin Lakes Service Station Dale R. Holbrook, Manager Stillwater Directory E. D. 1DALLIS (h)cks & Jewelery Watches, ' ' W'tches Repairi!g Specialty rd  Ag,l. Theatre Bldg. Stillwater, Oklahoma HOLMES MUSI00 HOUSE Frigi(laires & (rUli(,w R;Mio PHONE 137 713 Main S. Stillwater, Okla. iii i , A Smile :l Minute Studio 4 I)hotoes 4Positions 10c 4 Minutes 6081/2 Main Stillw:tter B()AZ AUT() 2OP & UDholsterieg Shop Manufacturer of Auto "l'ols, Seat Covers, Awnings, and Upholster- inff. G!ass for Ch)sod Cars. Fore.t Boaz, l'roprietor Tel. 12,)5 107 W. Sixth Ave. MATTRESSES We make oht Mattre:ses like nvw and sell new me;tress sloe. We specialize in Imer Spring and Feather Mattresses We Call For and Deliver. Call or write Us 503 Main Srcet Stillwater, Okla. I Have your Christnms Photos Made Early ZELLWEGER STUDIO Over Piggly Wiggly Stillwater, Oldahoma DRS. CLEVERDON & SMITH General Hospital DR. L. A CLEVRDON Spceialily: Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Fitting (]lasses. DR. A. B. SlVll'rtt Specialty: Surgery Phone 38470 Stillwater Permanents $1. to $5. A I! types of beauty work by experienced operator at" reasonable prices. Uptown Beauty Shop 813 1-2 Main St illwater OLIVE C. HIGGINS -Abstraetor-- Co,.nev of liuMand md 7th Phone 111 Stillwater D. K. COLE Expert Watch, Oock and Jewelry Repairing. Radio Shop in Connection $295 Robert L. Hert Attorney at Law 21714 Nat'l Bank Bldt2 Stillwater, Phone 4i)7 I Ill[ War Veterans' Problems Increase Last year American Red Cross chap- ters dealt with the problems of nearly 400,000 veterans and their families. The workers find that as the years go on their responsibility increases rather than decreases. Changes in legislation, the increasing age of veterans and ths consequent increase in physical ills, bring few needs for sympathetic trt- mnt by trained Red Cross workers. In addition to this service to veterans th Red Cross served as the official medium between the people and the men in mill- tary and. naval service, giving aid :hrough this service last year to 6,97 .en in the army, navy and marina corps. ':: we had, they l!ad caught 22. There was no school Monday on account of having to fix the I relatives. R. E. LAWRENCE, Prop. - , i I i I II Cocoa, 2 Pounds 25c_ Pumpkin, No. 21/2 Can 15c or 2 for 25_e Cranberries, Per Quart 19c Oranges, 176 Size, Dozen 29c i,i i i ..... H Baking Powder K. C. 25 Oz. 19c i II Crackers, 2 Pound Box 19c .......... . ..... m Ill I Soap, P. & G. or C. W. Large Bar 6 for 25c Raisins, 2 Po-und Package 15c 15: or 2 for 25c Celery, Large Bunches Lard, Pound 121/c Bacon, best Grade, Pound 25c Beef Steak, Round, Pound 15c Roast, Nice and Fat, Pound 10c II I I Hamburger, Pound 10c i III I III Pork Sausage, Pound 15c .... Ch"" ...... 25 m, 2 Pounds chimney. Mrs. Breeden and children spent Saturday and Sunday in Guthrie and OklahomaCity with Good lighting is a health builder. It is just as impor- tant to the family's welfare as goo(t food. No honm should be without it. A SIGHt' METER test will ive you concerning the lighting in your home. absolutely free and will be made by lighting specialist at your invitation. HOW WELL ".', " .......... , Which cube : :: (Answer gelc'.v) actual facts This test is a compete nt REFI,ECTOI{ TYI'E I"I,OOR LAMPS GIVE COOl) I,I(HT lhtg from your tocat dearer 'All three cube ire the same size. Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. W. H. BOASEN, Manager Guthrie District Courteous, Personal ,ttention to every Customer "  q' I to assulne that the cause is right at home. All symp- toms point to poor home lightingwith its glares.., its shadows ... and its inad- equacies. EYESTRAIN is claiming its toll from l)ad. He tries to read at nihtbut somehow he hasn't the pep to get very far. First there is a dull headache, then drowsiness and finally, jittery nerves. Dad doesn't feel well. There is a cause for this ... and it's safe HELP DAD BEAT BACK