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February 14, 1957

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J F ;:  PIDUUINS $OM.J,  AND OKLAHOM  qST--you'll enjoy 11 OPPORTUMTY KNOCKS II00E USE THIS SPACE OFTEN EVERYONE READS THE CLASSIFIED SECTION: Remember, if you want to sell something, have a house to rent or sell,, wnt to rent a house, hire help, need a Job, trade, or advertise your services -- the Journal Classified section is the place. i is i THE BEST BOOK Is the Holy Bible. We follow its teachings. Perkins Christia" Church. Por Sale SALE - Good Alfalfa Hay. ! Palmer Sadler, Phone 994-F12 20 2t* FOR SALE-'48 Ford Tractor, plow and tandem Disc, See Frank Darby, Perkins 21tfch SPINET PIANO BARGAIN. For WANT TO BUY - Walnut tim- her for log purposes. Will pay $95 per thousand feet for stand- Ing trees. J C Whlznhunt, Box 455, Davenport, Okla, phone Drake 8-4631 194t" AUCTION SERVICE with a personal interest. Farm Sales, Livestock, Real Estate, and Furniture. A Complete service of- fered. Ralph Gray, Auctioneer Perkins - Phone 165 Dff. Res. 39 47 tfc quick disposal here. Like new. Fuli warranty. Assume payments or For Rent discount for cash. Write now I before we send truck. KING FI-]FRANKLI N And GLOBE--Veter- N ANCE CO, 6811 E. Kellg,],narian supplies at your CENT- Wichita,_Ka00 21:!00h I tA00' STORE FOR SALE-Kanota Seed Oats. I Card of -- See Elmo or Lyle Barnes, or at] Words cannot express our ap- Martin Mill. 21-2t* FOR SALE-3 lots, 323 E. Hert. See R. E. Jones, Perkins. Rea- sonably priced. 21-2tch 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 Plumber Savat00e Plumbing Company _ = F:,LOWE RS 20,000 Feet 31assed Greenhouse We Can Supply Fresh Cut and PoRed Flowers AVAIl -bnes Perkins Reprentatives R. L. Baker  Phone 25 Summers' Sundries -- Phone 1 S00|llwafer Floral Co. CENTRAL GARAGE TEXACO OILS, GASOLINE and ACCESSORIES BATTERY  TIRE SERVICE preclation for the kindness and generosity which you, the people of Perkins Community showed us during our reoent bereavement. To the many people who brought, prepared and served our meals; to these who sent floral offerings; ad to thoe who help- ed in so many other ways to make our burden lighter, we can only offer our truest and most heartfelt thanks. James Davis Mr and Mrs James Walton Miss Melba Dmvls Mr trod' Mrs Me Davis and son Mr and Mrs Charles Jackson L. C. Freed, M. D. Phones OFFICE 94 Residence 5C PERKINS, OKLA. Select Your Used Car From WARD BUICK CO. AlWays a Good Stock Prices In Line With Condition OPEN UNTIL 8 p. m. AT OUR LOT AT 409 MAIN LEGAL N CB L (Published in the Perkins Journ- al Feb. 7, 14, & 21, 1957-3t). IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYN COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA Roy A. Grimm, Ethel I.) Anderson, Ralph Grimm) Richard D. Grimm, ) Andrew F. Grimm, El- ) vira Scheldegar, Floyd) W. Grimm, Ernest } Grimm an d Artie T. ) Grimm, Plaintiffs, ) vs. ) No 17940 Perkins Town Corapany) a corporation, if exist-) lng, or if not in exist- ) once, its unlmown suc-) cessors, trustees and ) assigns; M. E. Rankln,) if living, or if dead, his) unk(nown heirs, execu-) tars, administrators, ) devisees, trustees and assigns; C. S. Miles. if) living, or if dead, his ) unknown heirs, execut-) ors, administrators, de-) visees, trustees and as-) signs; an d the unknown) heirs, executors, admin-} istrators, devisees, trust-) ees and assigns of Joe Nevill, deceased ) Defendants. ) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION The State of Oklahoma to the above named defendants. Greet- ing: You, and each of you, are here- by notifie d that you have been sued in the District Court of Payne County, Oklahoma. 4n the above styled and numbered cause, and that the plaintiffs have fil- e d therein their Petition alleging that plaintiffs are the owners of and in the quiet and peaceable possession of certain described real estate and premises, to-wit: The South 98 Feet of Lots Thirteen (13). Fifteen (15), Seventeen (17) an d Nineteen (19) in Block Eleven (11), Perkins Tow Company's (sometimes referred to as Town Company's) Second ad- dition to the Town of Perkins, Payne County, State of Okia- holT,, and that you, the defendants, and each of you. claim mme right, title, interest or equity therein, but that said claims are without merit and void an d con- stitute clouds upon the title of plaintiffs, and that you must answer said Petition of the Plain- tiffs file d in said Court nd cause on or before the 23rd day of "March. 1957, or plaintiffs' Petition will be taken as true and judgment and decree will be rendered quieting and confirming the fee simple title to and owner- ship of sai d real estate and pre- .FREIGHT bFRVICE i-- - -- _--- -- =---_ I ' 7:--- /' mises in the plaintiffs, and for- JOle SEALS, aa ever barring you, the defendants, P=lfln Okla.  WB" _i and each of you, from asserting PIlONill, _ F/ ")S{' "  ,ny claim, right, title, interest ,,- or equity therein or thereto, and  b[ for such other and further relief as may be proper in the pre- S  _ mlses. YOU, the said defendants ][A]D--][ bq r -l[]L/dl' / - - - - are hereby referred to plain- tiffs' Petition herein for further Phone CApital 5-2500 particulars. 503 S. Harrison Cushing, Oklahoma HOME FREEZERS -- Curing -- Sharp- freezing -- Meat at Diseount p, Srvice Guaranteed PIONEER LOCKER SERVICE Guthrie, Okla. Dr. Buel J. Staton. OPTOMETRIST 617% Main Street .[ONE 3724 STILLWATER STRODE . FUNERAL HOME. AMBULANCE SERVICE , Directly West of Courthouse . PHONE 50 STVAT I ....... I[[[ 00A.F. & A. M. No. 92 Meets 2nd & 4th Thurs. of Month MELVIN FRY -- -- W4[. GLENN CARSON -- -- SEC. PMINS, OKLA. ...... I ........ I w Milk Delivery MILK DELIVERY TO YOUR HOME IN PERKINS . PAYNE COUNTY MILK PRODUCERS lomogenized or Pasteurized --Grade "A" Milk .--Sweet Cream Buttea" --Whipping Cream --Orange Ado --Ice Cream --Butter Milk .--Checolae Milk Products on Sale At Your Stores in Perkins De! Lewis Garage ALL KINDS OF MOTOR REPAIRING X X hone 9 Perkins WASH AND LUBE -$2.50. Elm- er's Service Station -- WHERE CARS ALWAYS GET VACUMED OUT | ,| mma immmlm Si Denton Tradin Center WE BUY SELL & TRADE 00OW.s00wn Ph. WrrNESS, the undersigned Clerk of said Court, this 5th day of February, 1957. s[ Rose I. Jarvis, Cour Clerk. (Seal) Hoel ad Horton Attorneys for Plaintiffs. LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journ- al, Feb. 7 an d 14, 1957-2t) No. 4138 NOTIC] TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OOMA In The Matter of the Estate of Laura C. I,ovelady, Deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst Laura C. Lovelady, deceas- ed, are require d to present the same. with the necessary vouch- ers, before the undersigned ex- ecutor at the offices of Hoel and Horton, 720% Main Street, City of Stillwater, in Payne County, Oklahoma, within four months of the dte hereof, or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 2rid day of Feb- ruary, 1957. JAMES C. LOVELADY Executor Hoel and Harts, Attorneys for Executor. Cele Birthday Karen Ann Bostlan celebrated her eighth birthday with a party in her classroom at Tryon Feb- ruary 6. Favors and refreshments were serveddd to the following: leGAL NOTI(E (Published in The Perkins Journ- al February 14 and 21, 1957-2t). IN TEE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA In The Matter of the Estate of Willis F. Darby, Deceased. No. 4158 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the above estate that on the 13th day of February, 1957, Bessie D. Darby produced and filed in this court an instrument in writing pur- porting to be the Last Will and Testament of sai d above named deceased person, and also filed in this court her petition pray- ing for the probate of said Will, and that Letters Testamentary issue thereto to Bessie D. Darby the executrix named in said Will. Pursuant to order of this Court made this date notice is hereby given that Thursday, the 28th day of February, 1957, at the hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M., of said day, has been appointed as the time for hearing said petition and proving said will, at the County Court room in Stillwater, Payne County Oklahoma, when an d where all persons interested may appear and contest the same. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said County Court this 13t h day of Feb-uary, 1957. Max E. Sater County "Judge (SEA) W. H. WILCOX Attorney for Petitioner LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Jour- nal Feb 7th, 14, & 21, 1957-3t) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA No. 17938 SUMMONS THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO David J. Coison, if living, or if dead, the unknow heirs,ex- ecutors, administrators, devls- ees, trustees and assltns, of David J. Colson, deceased; F. J. Colson, if living, or, if dead, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trust- ees an assigns, of F. J. Colson I deceased; Henry C. Oltmanns. if living, or, if dead, the un- known heirs, executors, admin- istrators, devisees, tes aad l assigns, of Henry. C. Oltnanns, deceased; Agnes Kaufman, if living, or, if dead, the unknown heirs, executors, adm3nistrators, devisees, trustees and assigns, of Apes Kaufman. deceased; Martha hL Testermar ff Living or, if dead, the unknownheirs, executors, administrators, de-. visees, trustees and assigns*, of, Martha M. Testerman, deceas- ed. GREETINGS: Take notice that you have been sued in the above entitled court and numbered cause by Harry Cecil Bickies, Jr. and Rosem Gertrude Buckles, Plaintiffs, an d that you must answer the Petition of Plaintiffs on or before the 21st day of March, 1957, or the allegations of said Petition shall be taken as true and Judgment rendered quieting and confirming Plain- - tiff's title and possession L and to the following describe d real estate situated in Payne County, Oklahoma, to-wit: Its 15, 16, 17, add 18 in Block 27 of the original Town of Rlpley against all claims and demands of right, title and interest of said defendants therein and further barring and enoiiing you, and each of you, from assert- ing any right, title or interest therein adverse to that of Plain- tiffs. Dated this 29th day of Jan- uary, 1957. sl Rose I. Jarvis, Court Clerk lyne County, Oklahoma (eal) Sterling N, Grubbs Attorney for Plaintiffs Cushing, Oklahoma j her sister Debra Jo and Mrs Erma Brixey. Games were played an d pict- ures were taken. the Tryon second "grade, her mother, Mrs Fred Bastion, and Tryon News Betty Caeder Mrs Stella Scott has returned home for a seven weeks staY with her children the William Hamilton family in Pauls Valley. Last Wednesday evening the Senior class presented a play, "The Ready Made Family". Sen= iors partieipating were Barbara Culie, Donald Welch, Analee Johnson, Jessie Shaw, Joe Breed- en, Darleen Jones, I.rn West- fall, jr., Kathy Crume and Max Burrow. Sharon Bickell played a leadnig role. Mrs Schriener senior sponsor, directed the play. Jeanette Carder went to Mid- west City to spend the weekend with her cousin Vearice Castle- berry. The Christian church had a birthday dinner for their pastor, James Bell Sunday. The ladies of the church served the meal in the church basement. Mrs. Christine Henley and child ren went to Iowa to visit her hus- band, Francis, who is employed there. George Savage and A G Sliger are working with him. Our local boy scout troop pre- sented to each of our four chur ches a very inspiring and educa-" tional program, this past Sunday, as a climax to National Boy Scout week. LeRoy Stewart, scout leader of the troop directed the boys in their services. We are thankful to LeRoy for the time an effort he gives these boys. Mr arid Mrs Cledon Page and children of Madill visited Mrs. A G Sliger and children Sunday. Mrs. Harold Staten, Sandra Mike and Steve visited friends an relatives here over the week- end. They live at Hinto-. Mr and Mrs Doyle Westfall and children drove to Canton to visit the Leahn Westfall family Sunday. Leahn is superintenddent of schools there. Conrad Schrlener. our band director, Clarence Hall, president of our Band Boosters club,, Cur- tls and Betty Carder, members of the Band Boosters club, at- tended the Band Boosters clinic in Perkins Monday evening. We enjoyed the delicious meal pre- pared by the Perkins Band Boost ers and hope they will all read this because I want to thank each one of them and Mr Evans, Perk Tlday, Febrtu, 14, ins band director for a ful evening and Ity of getting cqua/nted people from so many towns have the same interests, the ucation of our children in field of music. Mr and 'Mrs Jim Carder Joyed a visit with Mr and Marion Carder an Sam SLmday. They came up Henrietta. Jay Welch has been .in hospita] but is able to be back l work now. Mrs Schrlener tells she and the 4H girls are deep in work, sewing for the nual dress review. Progress being made from the and neck scarfs made by the year girls to the tailored ens by the 8th and 9th year Joyce Udpath and arder entered a talent show Sparks Tuesday evening. Pantomine "Homer and and their act won 1st place. boys, with an instrumental ber, from Chandler, won and 3rd place went to a duet that sang religious Mr and Mrs Jim and daugnters visited in home of Fred Kirkpatrick family Sunday. This man can give yol dellvery 1 P. I THE .i CHRISTI / SCIENCE MONITOR Housewives, teochers, ond students all the world read ond enjoy intemotional newspaper, lished doily in BOStOn. World- fomous for , cOnstructive stories and penetrating Soecio! features .for the whole fomily. "'The Christian Science Monitor One Norway St., Boston 15, Moss. Send your newsDoDer foe the tirnl checked. Enclosed find my check money order I year 16 N 6 months $8 J-] Name- Address City PS-l Put Your Name. On Your Personalized Checks Convenient Economical , Safer See About Them Today PAYNE COUNTY BANK Member of FD!C PERKINS, OKLAHOMA