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Perkins, Oklahoma
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THE PRRKINS JOURNAL OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE USE THIS SPACE OFTEN EVERYONE READS THE CLASSIFIED SECTION: Remember, if yon 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 theplace. jl | i i i , I ] FOR SALE-Two piece living " WE NEED YOU and yon need us. / room suit. In very good shape. Join us Sunday in worship, perk- I See Ralph Grimm 171t* ins Christian church.  ,. ---- , 'or Rent Por Sale-- FOR SALE - Trash drums and oil 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 -:)i GALE - 3 bedroom house $4,000. Recently remodeled, floo] L:rnace, 3 lots. Across street from school, west. See Roy Crabs, ph FOR RENT-Two bedroom house, , available Feb. 5th. Located at ! 224 N. W. 2nd st. Contact George Jacob, Ph. 909-F-4 172t* wAsH -AND-LUBE --$2'50-Blum- er's Service Station -- WHERE CARS ALWAYS GET VACUMED OUT FRANKLIN And GLOBE Veter- =narian supplies at your CENT- "AL STORE Notice Someone stole a compressor 123 40tfc and motor from behind our Cafc. ......................... In order that I won't think to] AUCTION SERVICE badly of you, you could prove v-_th a personal interest. Farm to me how big of a man you are S:des, I,ivestock, Real Estate, and l by coming in and dropping a Furniture. A Complete service of-i $5 bill in the polio Drive can, and fcred. [ I'll personally give you a, bill of Ralph Gray, Auctioneer ! sale for the compressor. Perkins - Phone 165 Dff. i Lets see what kind of a man Res. 39 47 tfc , you are. Bri the $5 bill in for ] the March of Dimes and you can 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 Town Pluml)cr Savage Plumbing Company FLOWERS 20,000 Fee 31assed Greenhouse We Can Supply Fresh CUt and Potted Flowers At All tmes Perkins Representatives R. L. Baker -- Phone 25 Summers' Sundries -- Phone 1 Sfillwaer Floral Co. CENTRAL GARAGE .EXACO OILS, GASOLINE end ACCESSORiES oi iEP, Y -- fIRE SERVICE FEIGHT SFRVICE JU ,SF.,.d..S, Mge Perkins, OWI HONE 35 l have the compressor.  H.L. Baker i " Baker's Cfe .... NOTICE .... tl The WSCS will serve b Jitney supper,at the Methodist church Tuesday, Janttary 29. Serving will bein at 6:30 p. m. Card Of Thanks The recent bereavement which came to our family has brought to us a greater appreciation of our friends. Such idndnesses and neigthborly thoughtfulness can never be forgotten. The Lloyd Goers L. c. Freed, M. D. Phones OFFICE 94 Residence 5( PERKINS, OKLA. RIIITING Select Your Car From ......... WARD Ambulance -- Funeral Service j FAIRLEY'S VISIT PERKINS AND OKLAHOMA IN '57--you'll enjoy t i Clayton News 1 Mrs. Jennie Busch ] Sorry to hear of the death of! Mr. Geer. Among those attend- ing the funeral were neighbors from here and Mrs Oeer's sister, Mrs. Arthur Leakey and husband of Ill. Clifford Cantrell of Ripley took a big load of hereford cattle to Aria for Wesley Evans last week Mr. and Mrs John Watklns of Ripley visited Mr. and Mrs. Busch here one day. Mrs Watkins raises lots of Tu'rkeys and now has purQhased four 1oa' Of pheasants. Mr Watklns comes in for his share of the work by raising lots of hogs and angus i cattle. I Mr. and Mrs Wesley Evans are the proud owners of a new! car and we will miss these fine! folks. Wesley is an electric welder and is getting ready to go to South America. The Evans spent many years there before coming hee. Mz. and Mrs John Watkins at!ended the Perry stock sale last week. Roy Clifton has played three Saturday evemngs here for a ood dance crowd. The Busch's enjoyed the Mar- athon dimes for polio Sunday from Enid and to hear their son- in-law and boys of Enid fire! department, Mr Phillip Shaf- i ford, take the Edmond challenge i of $25 by giving $55, another I .nice gift was from Cushing neighbors of Paul Busch. Mrs. Vina Gazaway was taken to Oklahoma City hospital Fri- day for urgery by her daughter, Laura May of Tulsa. Mrs. Gaza- way is Mrs Busch's sister. Sorry that many are suffer- ing with colds and flu. An old timer, Ous Hickman wa taken to Oklahoma City Monday for medical treatment bY John Watklns Tryon News Betty, Crder VCe have several new babies since the last news letter I sent. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schreiner, formerly of Tryon and now Be- ing in StiUwater have a baby girl They have named her De- borah Marlene. Mr and Mrs. Charles Kirk- patrick have a baby girl, also. She weighed I1 pounds and has been named Lea Ann. Mr. and Mxs. Paul Stifigley an- nounce the birth of a daughter, born January 14th. They phose Cheryl Ann for her name. She weighed 5 pounds and 12 ounces. Mrs. Esther Perrin' went to Oklahoma City last weekend on business and to do some shopping While there she visited her aLter RV, SAMUEL CESTER ATTHE MISSION STATION. INGTON HAND PRE and neice. Some of our loal talent was on the March of Dimes Telethon, over the Enid KGEO-TV*station. DeAnn Kirkpatrrick danced a tap number and Joyce Rldpath and JeanetC Carder pantomined a Homer and Jethro record. They had the pleasure of seeing and meeting "Cheyenne", Clint Walk- er and "Sheena", Queen of the jungle. Those going from here wm-e Mrs. curtis Carder, Lorn Westfall, Jr., Carol Sliger, Jean- ette Carder, Joyce Ridpath, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kirkpatrick and DeAnn, Darlene Jones and De- Anal Mlrshall. The Telethon raised over 16 thousand dollars for the polio drive. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Tall moved to south of Guthrie. They also are the proud parents of a baby girl. They have four sons, and this baby girl is the first sister for Lm, Jam.es, Gerald D. and _ :---'Z . ..-- Used New shipments are coming----we need spacel GOODp'0000EAR BUICK CO. ! Always a Good Stock Prices In Line With Condition Milk Delivery MILK DELIVERY TO YOUR HOME IN PERKINS ?AYNE COUNTY MILK PRODUCERS [omogenized or Pasteurized --Grade "A" Milk ---Sweet Cream Butter Whipliing Cream --Orange Ade --Ice Cretan --Butter Milk --Chocolate Milk Products On Sale At Your Stores in Perkins Del Lewis Garage ALL KINDS OF MOTOR REPAIRING hone 9 Perki PHONE 500 503 S. Harrison OPEN UNTIL 8 p. m. AT OUR Cushing, Oklahoma LOT AT 409 MAIN " " .ng - Curing -- Srp- rl " ' .. _' ! freezing  Meat at Discount [/ / m.,HUSAND,$T. / PIONEER LOCKER SERVICE I --- "--L---- " Guthrie, Okla. I ..... . "De. Bud J. Staton . t oIrOMETIST 617& Main Street IONE 3724 STILLWATER STItODE ......... FUNEItAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE Directly West of Courthouse PHONE 50 STILLWATER . .=:,. _" ..::  Ae: F; & A. M. No. 92 i 4th Thurs. of Month I W. H. FISHER  -- W,M. ] OLSNN CJSON---- SEC. / PERKINS, OKLA. I LIFETIME No Time Limit No Mileage Limit * No Expiration Date Ask us about it YOU'LL BE AMAZED Super-Cushions. Custom Nylons Marathons Double Eagles eDeLuxe Super.Cushions MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIHD Blumer's Service Sta. Perkins, Oklahoma . Thursday, Jamtary 1, 1957 iii ARE PART CHEROKEE SEQUOYA00A CREATED THE TRIBAL ALPflABET. ROGERS MADE HIS ARK AS A BELOVED HUMORIST. " rcr a m..M.c.,^Oe,. ' J41ST. DIPT.& STATE 1O/IL. IRY. Randy They will be missed from [ Abbie McKee. They were married our comunity. I in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H I. Mr. and Mrs. FAvin Jones an-/ Jones. Roy. Jones officiated. A nounce the marriage of their[ shower was given in the high daughter, Sherlene to Jerry Mc- I school economics room on Tues- Kee. Jerry is the sort of Mrs. / day,. Luster's Home Town Dairy ' DeWayne L=ster, Owner HIGtl QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS WITH LOWER PRICES MEAN BETTER HEALTH AND SAVINGS TO YOU We Deliver . Daily --Visitors Always Welcome--- Perkincs, Oklahoma m.mmmmmmmm Immmmmmmmmm Figure it out yourself* It's surprisSng how you can tak advantage of wonderful oppor- tunities when you have a cash rmerve---money in the tnk! Perhaps a chaetce to buy a home or car for less with cash. erhaps a sound business in- vestment, realizable only if you have cash. You feel better, freer, have "turn-arom room" and a chance to plan for the future . . . if you have cash in the bamk. Why not open a savings ac- count with us . .' here and now? \\; PAYNE COUNTY BANK Member of FDIC IERKINS. OKLAHOMA iiii