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January 10, 1957

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rile PERKINS JOURNAL OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE USE THIS SPACE OFTEN EVERYONE READS THE CLASSIFIED SECTION: Remember, if you want to sell something, have a house to rent or sell,, want to rent a house, hire help, need a job, trade, or advertise your services -- the Journal Classified section is the place. YOU COME SUNDAY and bring VISIT PERKINS AND OIELAHOM, _N &apos;57--youql enjoy it Lost Creek   v w A.on, Burl Mrs. Roy E. Trent Bliss, Mrs Floy Dean and La- rne Bostian. Mr. and Mrs C. O. Kinzie, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Hazelton and Mrs. Raymond Kinzie and Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinneman and Mrs. Lewis Kinzte attend- spent Stmday in the Mollie Hale tied the funeral of their cousin home. Sarah Greenwood, Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinneman noon at the Brethern Church. and Mr. and Mxs. V. W Alllson New Year's day visitors of the visited in the Roy Tipton home O. K. Edmondsons were Mr. and, Sunday morning. 1m'afa]5 Mehan Mrs, O. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Don Field visited with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Field and family, Mr. and Mrs, Sam Patton were Monday visitors in Muskogee. Mr. Dale Patton, Ruth Ross West Palm Beach, Fla., dtay after spending their fas vacation with their Mr. and Mrs. Fred Axe Mrs. Margie Field and Thoren visited Friday George Titz. Mr. and Mrs. Alma their son. Charles and the family. Classes for all ages. Perkins Christian Church, For Sale FOR SALE - Trash drums and oll barrels. 5 gallon oil. $2.00. Hub caps, new and used tires, tubes Tools. wheels, gun grease, case of oil $3.75. Anti-Freeze, $1.00 gal. ANTHIS OIL CO., 1122 W. Moses Cushing. Ph. 1106. 12-tfc For Rent WASH UBE -$2.50. Blttm- ler's Service Station -- WHERE CARS ALWAYS GET VACUMED OUT Mrs. Herbie Marshall and Mrs. James Irwin. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Lee of Bart lesville, spert the weekend with their parents, the Sam Lees. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Over- FRANKLIN And GLOBE Veter. holt and family and Mrs. Royal Mr. arid Mrs. Jim Brown anarlan supplies at your CENT- Rice of Alice, Texas, were Fri- drove to Cushing Friday after- tAL STORE day supper gpests of Ethel Over- [ noon and visited Nina Groves. holt of Stillwater. Mrs Rice is LEGAL NOTICE a sister of the Overholts. Mr. and Mrs[ Guy Stapp, her Kathleen Edmondson was the daughter Earlene and family of (Published in The Perkins Jour- honoree at a birthday party giv- California are here visiting Mae's hal January 3 & 10, 1957-2t) en at her home. December 27th. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF Those present were Nadine and Mrs Mathilda Johnson bronght and Mrs. S. C. Patton visited Saturday afternoon for with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berg home at Hobbs, N. M., Mrs. her electric sweeper don Fri- at Shawnee Tuesday. Stalcup returned home with t day and spent the day in the I Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mayer [ for a few days. Then D. O. West home and cleaned and Mr. and rs. Harold Best of I go on to Tuscon, Ariz, to house for her. Stockton, Calif.. visited Thurs- her sofa Loyal Stalcup and =.'O ALE - 3 bedroom house, PAYNE COUNTY. STATE $4,000. Recently remodeled, floor OF OKLAHOMA furnace, 3 lots. Across street from 1 NOTICE OF HEARING school, west. See Roy Crabs, ph. I PETITION FOR PROBATE'OF 123 40tfc WILL No. 4130 ....... 7,ubmioT--fiTvi-- with a personal interest. Farm t In The Matter of the Estate of Loyd Yount Deceased. Sdes, Livestock, Real Estate, and Notice is hereby given to all Furniture. A Complete service of- persons 4nterested in the above fered, estate that on the 31st day of [alph Gray, Auctioneer December 1956. Otis Yount pro- Perkins - Phene 165 Dff. duced and filed in this court an Res. 39 47 tfc I instrument in writing purporting "t o be the Last Will and Testa- day morning with Mr. and Mrs. O. Carr. Mrs. Eva Axtell and Mary Carr were Perkins visitors Wednedsay calling on Mrs. Violet Potter, Mrs. Goldie Coonts. and Mrs. Pauline McGuire on their way home. ly for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin and children left for their in Farmington, New Mex., day, December 30 after a visit with ..parents and latives and friends. FOR YOUR PLUMBING TROUBLES or FIXTURES and glass lined water heaters Call 47 We Serve Emergency night calls JEFF SAVAGE, Owner PHONE 47 PERKINS A Home 3"own PI uml ;er Savage Plumbing Company FLOWERS 20.000 Fe ]lassed Greenhouse we Can Supply Fresh Cut and Potted Flowers At All 'rlmea Perkins Representatives R. L. Baker  Phone 25 unLuers' Sundries -- Phone 1 Si;llwafer Floral C. 110ME FREEZ E RS Processing  Curing Sharp- freezing Meat at Discount Service Guaranteed ment of said above named de- ceased person, and also filed in this court his petition' praying for the probate of saia Will, and that Letters Testamentary is- sue thereto to Otis Yount the ,xecutor named in said Will. Pursuant to order of this Court made this date notice is hereby given that Monday the 14th day of January. 1957, at the hour of 9 o'clock A. M., of said dgy, has been appointed as the time for hearing said petition and proving said will, at the County'Court room in SUllwater, Payne County, Oklahoma, when and where all persons interest- ed may appear and contest the same. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said County Court this 31st day of December. 1956. MAX E. SATER County Judge SEAL) SWANK & SWANK Attorneys for Petitioner Ambulance  Funeral Servie FAIR, LEY'S PHONE 500' 503 S. Harrison Cushing, Oklahoma uthrle, Okla, .................................... Select Your Used Dr. Buel J. Staton OPTOMETRIST 617% Main Street  iONE 3724 STILLWATER' I I Freed, M. D. hones OFFICE 94 Residence 50 ,PIP.KIN OKLA, STRODE FUNERAL HOME. mtlLtCE SFWCZ Direetl West of Cotu-thouse . ' PHONE STILLWATER A:, F.& A. M. No. 92 Meets' nd lr 4th ThUrs. of Month W. IL FISHER -- --/ W.M. GLENN CARSON-- SEC. PERKINS, OKLA. CENTRAL GARAGE TEXACO OILS, GASOLINE end ACCESSORIES "TERY -- TiRE SERVICE HT SFRVICE Car From WARD BUICK CO. Always a Good Stock Prices In L/he With Condition OPEN UNTIL 8 p. ,!la T OD'J LOT AT 409 MAIN" ..... '+ I iJk Dre Ij VoerYotz | HOME IN PERKINS AYNE COUNTY MILK PRODUCE. Tomogenzed or Pasteurized --Grade "l" Milk -'-Sweet Cream Butte --Whipping Cream --Oramge Ade lee Cremn --Butter R[flk . . 7-Choeotte Produetson ISa2e At"Yfi'o  Stores in Perkins Del Lewis Garage ALL KINDS OF MOTOR REPAIRING X X Galene Edmondson. Judy and Sharon Edmondson and DolUe Coe. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hall were Sunday dinner guests of the C. O. Kinzies. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Trent visit- ed friends at Hayward Monday night and Tuesday. Mrs. Margie Edmondson and Craig speng Sunday afternoon. with Mr. and Ma-s. Chas Dale in Stillwater. Sam Lee took a load of lambs to the City Tuesday. Brenda Hall spent Saturday night with her aunt. Patsy Kin- I zie. Mrs. C. O. Kinzie and Patsy called at the C. O. Kinzie home Sunday evening. Mrs. Lorayne West and Janet called at the C. O. Kinzie home Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Griffin took the uncle Charlie Griffin and / brother Willis Griffin to Sumn- ].er Sunday afternoon to visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Focht. Elm Grove 1 Mrs. D. O: West Well, here we are going along in another big new year and it has all ready brought us a fine rain. Adrian, Hale and son Wayne of Atchison, Kansas, spent their Christmas vacation with his mo- ther. Mrs. Mollie Hale and Glea- son. They visited other relatives, Mrs. Matilda Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Paul Kinneman also in the LeRoy Kautz home at Nicoma Park. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Edwards spent Christmas in Stillwater with friends, the Wilson Dun- C8S. Those who called in the D. O. West home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Fiynn Edwards. Mr. and Mrs Jim Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ostian, Mr and Mrs. Frank ArlI$on, Mr and Mrs A M Shel- Icy lull. Mrs. Lorene West, Mr. i mother Mrs. Fannie Marqnis and Mrs. Mrgie Stroup returned sister, Ethel Harris. Mrs. Mar-i t o her home in Fairfield. Ill., Sunday evening guests quis is quite poorly following Thursday. Verlin Fulton home were', her operation. Mrs. Elsie Mc-- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Axtell and and Mrs. Garvin Cruse, Nabb is going to stay with her family returned to their home in Nora Fulton and Bill SUPPL ON ARKANSAS FROM FT. CAMP COFFEE AT SCOLLYVtLLE , NE' INS LANDING & FT. GIBSON, MUSKOGE E, SITE. OF s DISTR AORICULTURA L INST- -ITUTE , PANHANDLE A.&M. ESTABLISHED IN AN AREA RICH IN GRAZING AND WU;TERN , HISTORY DURING, ,aT HOMA CITY WA DESIGNE IN HAPE OF ACROSS, COST$00e00X00 ' -SI[ND SUC,iErlOII TO Tills PAINft: t.iliaR-v $O.Ut We Invitei00h6 People of Perkins and com munity to SKEEN'S CAFETERIA 824 Main .- -. Stillwater We Will reserve tables for groups < Serving<h0urs: Week Days 11:00a. in. to 2:00 p. m. 2, "+. 5:00 p. m; to 7:30 p. m. Sundays 11:00 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. 5:00 p. m. to 7:30 p. m. Serving Snacks Only 2:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m.