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March 7, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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KNOCKS HEKE USE THIS SPACE O00EN EVERYONE READS THE CLASSIFIED SECTION! Remember, if you want to sell something, have a house to rent or sell., wnt to rent a heume, hire help, need a Job, trade, or advertise your services  the Journal Classified sect/on is the place. l LIVE RIGHT, act right, do right, FOR SAL Slick 1950 Ford, 4- Attend Bible school and chUrch door, new rubber, new battery. every Sunday. Perkins Christian Also, Best 1951 Ford in the church, country, low mileage (27,000 miles} new rubber, 2-door. See For Sale Frank Darby, Ph. 215 24tfc FOR SALE - 160 acre, well located FOR SALE-27 foot modern Spar- on all weather road, 65 acres tan Trailer house, 1953 model. Agriculture. balance nature grass. Call 46 or Redus Welding Shop Extra good spring Loan avail- 22tfch able. $8,500. GRAY'S REAL ES- TATE. 281tCh FOR SAY_E-Good Cedar POsts See Tom Chrystal, phone 64 THIS .--SPINET PIANO, fully 234t* guaranteed, will be* transferred locally to responsible party for FOR SALE-Good Leafy Alfalfa balance on small payments. Hay, Fred Cox, Phone 904F23, write Credit Mgr., Joplin Piano 232ch Co., 312 Main, Joplin, Mo.- 241t FOR SALE-Ten room home, flv . WANTED-Ponds to seine for bedrooms, with 1 full bath and two half baths. Two floor fur- crawdads. Top market prices paid. naces, double garage, four lots Pho 210, Perkins. 241tCh in good location. Priced to sell FOR SALE-Out board motor, 7% E. B. McDaniel, oh 72 or 64 horsepower Scott Atwater. See 24 tfc Joe Cameron, 6 miles west and .... 1 and 1J4 sOUth of 12 mile cor- FOR YOUR PLUMBING her. Tel. Paradise 563. 232tch TROUBLES or FIXTURES FOR SALE-Good trash Barrels. and glass lined wate heaters $2.00 each. -Redus Welding Shop, Call 47 Perkins. 23tfc We Serve Emergency night calls . JEFF SAVAGE, Owner "GOOD NEWS for older man. PHONE 47 PERKINS Real opportunity for profitable A Home Town Rawletgh Business in Part Payne _, 00Plum00,er County. or write 00el00an Tom Caldwe11, Milburn, Okla.. or Savage Plumbing write Rawielghs D00pt  --J--- JOm"n  292- BLK, Memphis Tenn, 323t* i I ! ii F L O W I: R S For Rent FOR RENT-I bedroom apart- 20,000 Feet 31assad Greenhouse merit, across from new school. Call 1277. or 3449 in Stiilwater, or We Can Supply Fre Cut and write L. G. Herron, Jr. Box 248, Potted Flowers At All Times Stillwater. 23-tfc Perkins Representatives FKLIN  "GLOBE Veter- R. L. Baker  Phone 25 *,narian supplies at your CENT- Summers' Sundries -- Phme I tAL STORE - Sfillwafer Floral Co. NOTICE The Glenwood cemetery Assoc- iation and Board will hold their C E N T R A L =n= meetii. Tuesday, MrCh 12, at 2 p. m.. in the High ralrle G A RA @ E Community building. "fEXACO OILS, &5OLINE Z ......... J_ i_ ....... ,__-__ .... and A:CESSORI.3 8ArIER-- l l,h SERVICE Select Your Used I-KEI(H] SI-RVII: Car From JV EAJ., agew Prkt, Okla. PHo.E 35 WARD BUICK CO. .. . Always a Good Stock ....o....... _. _ . Prices In Line With Condition &mbulanea .  Service OPEN UNTIL 8 p. m, AT OUR FAIKL00 I LOT AT ,. Phons CAPital -Z, SO3 . Harrison Cushing, Oklahoma HOME FREEZERS Frog -- CurU -- sharp- g -- Meat at Dlunt I Service (mratee ][ONER LOCKER SERVICE Guthrle, Okl . Dr. Buel,J. Staton. OPTOMETRIST Located a 616 S. Min SUllwster STRODE .FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE . Directly West of Courthouse . PHONE Milk Delivery MILK DELIVERY TO YOUR HOME IN PERKINS PAYNE COUNTY MILK PRODUCERS lomogentzed or Pasteurized Grade A" Milk --Sweet Cream Butter WhlpPiag Cream --Oralz Ade --Ice tm ---Butter Milk -4hoealate Milk Products On Sale At Your Stores  Perkins ,: r  " " 2 F. & A. M. No. 9 I Del Lewm Garage eets d & 4th Thurs. of Morth} ALL KINDS OF MELVIN FRY ,_-- W.M. | MOTOR REPAIRING GLENN CARSON  8EC. ] x , x - LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journ- al Feb. 28, March 7, 1957-2t) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY STATE OF OOMA In The Matter of the ) Estate of Fannie ) No 4166 Marquis, Deceased ) NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the above estate that on the 21st day of February, 195"/, James Ballew pro- duced and filed in this court, an instrument in writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testa- ment of said above named de- ceased person, and also filed in this court his petition praying for the probate of said Will, and that Letters Testamentary issue thereto to James Ballew the ex- ecutor named in said Will. Pursuant to order of this Court made this date notice is hereby given that Monday the llth day of March, 1957, at the hour of 9 o'clock . 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#, whe and 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 21st day of February, 1957. MAX E. SATER County Judge (SEAL) SWANK & SWANK Attorney for Petltoner " LEGAL NOTICE (Pt:blished in The Perkins Journ- al Feb. 28 and March 7, 1957-2t) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA In The Matter of the ) Estate of ) No.4172 Cecil Dallas Meade, ) Deceased. ) NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the above estate that on the 2%h day of February 1957, Harriet E. Meade produced and filed in this court an instrument in writing purport- ing to be the Last Will and Test ament of said above named de- ceased person, and also filed in this court her petition prayin for the probate of said Will, and that Letters Testamentary issue thereto to Harriet E. Meade the executrix named in said Will. Pursuant to order of this Court made this date notice is hereby given that Tuesday the 19th day of March, 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 Cotmty Court room in Stillwater, Payne County, Okiahorna, when and 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 2%h day of February, 1957. MAXE. SAT County Judge (SEAL) W. H. Wilcox Attorney for Petitioner Expert Picture Framing I01111C. $111t[Ir$ 00'PHOTO-CRAFT Stiliwater Si Denton Tradin Center WE BUY SELL & TRADE 601 Lowry Ph. 2531 Stillwter L. C. Freed, M- D. " Phones FFICEpIN  o Rd.ence 50 Tryon News Betty Carder Mr and Mrs PAch Perrin enter- tained With a buffet diner Sat- urday evening when their guests were Mrs Roscoe Cox, Barbour Cox, Mrs Manford Cox, and Miss Nona Roberts of Chandler, Tryon folks Bess and Joe Taylor, Leta Seclt, Vlvin West, fall, Hazel Teegarden and O. D. Culie. Children and grandchildren of Mrs Jim Carder met in the Curtis Carder home Sunday to honor her birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs E. L. Castleberry and family of Midwest City, M and Mrs Doyle Westfall and children Mr and Mrs Jim Carder all of Tryon. Others present as guests were Miss Carol Sliger and Mr A D 'Moore. Another birthday dinner that I attended this past week was for my brother, Wayne Moore. We enjoyed that dinner in the home of Mr and Mrs Dow Moore. Mr and Mrs Walter Jones re- port that their little daughter 'is improving now. She had men- ingitis this past week, and her gran(parents Mr and Mrs Orval Jones went to Tulsa to visit her while she was so i11. Darlene ac- companied her folks to that City. Mrs Edna Moore had as her guests this past week her sister and brother, lrs Jessie Beck of Franklin, Nebraska , and Mr Ber- nard Kirkendall from Oberlin, Kansas.They spent several days in her home here. Mrs Katie Ruminer Was in Try- on over the weekend visiting friends and relatives. Katie lives here but has been in Clinton takg cre of her father. Mr LoYal Barclay has gone to Fort Wayne, Indana, to attend the Council of the C-eneral Mis- sion Board of hCristian Union LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Prkins Journ- al March 7 and 14, 1957. 2t) No. 4158 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OOMA In The Matter of the Etate of Willis F. Darby, Deceased. All ,persons haVing claims against Willis F. Darby, deceased, are required to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, be- fore tie undersigned Bessie D. Darby, Executrix, at her home in Perkins, in Pae County, Okla- homa, within four months of the date hereot, or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 28th day of 'eb- ruary, 1957. Bessie D. Darby. Executrix. W. H. WILCOX, Attorney. LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins JotZ-n- al March 7 & 14. 1957-2 t.) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, TA'kJ OF OKT=AHO .MA In the Matter'of the ) Este of ) Clara Holcmb, ) No. 4089 Deceased. ) NOTICE OF FINAL SNT, OF DETER- MINATION "OF HEIRS, LEGA- TEES AND DEVISEES, AND DISTRIRUTION OF, ES"rATE Notice is hereby given that ROF Holcom, Executor of the Este of Clsa Holcomb, de- ceased, has filed In'the County Court of Payne County, Okla- home, his final account, with ,petition for the settlement there- of and the determination of heirs, legatees and devlsees, and for distribution of said estate, and the 29th day of March, 1957, at 9:00 oclock A. M., at the County Court Room in Stillwaer, Okla- homa, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing such petit- ion to settle said account, to de- termine the heirs, legatees, and devisees, and to distribute the remaining estate, at which time and place any person interest- ed in said estate may then ap- pear, contest such account and assert any interest claimed by him or her in such estate. Dated, this 4tt day of March, 1957. MAX E. SATER County Judge SEAL SWANK & SWANK Attorney. ATTENTION All Car Owners WE HAVE BEEN API. INTED THE NEW MERCURY DEALER far Stfllwater, PERKINS, and Surrounding territory. We have a complete Service Department for Lincoln and Mercury. We also service ALL MAKES. Try Us For Used 1954 Lincoln CAPRI - Hard Top, All Power, Air Conditioned 1954 Mercury w Four Door M&N 610 N. Main Churches. He plans to visit his brother and family in Springfield Missouri, before returning home. This item probably has already been written but I just have to say tha we were very proud of our trophy tlat our Band brought home from the Perkins SiXth Annual Band Festival. Be- ing only a year and a half old we feel that we have a right to be roud of our band and of our director for the fine work he is doing With our boys and girls. And then I want to say that we are graful to Perkins and com- munity for making this festival possible. They are to be com- mended for their ability to be such able hOsts for an event such as they had Saturday. (Editor's Note: We're sure Mr Carder won't mind if we add that the Perld lmPl were Just as proud of the Tryon lnd as they eonid be. You see, it hasn't been but a few years since the Perkins  w  thowh the same growing stages, so you now Perkins people know and can reoo[nlze the fhe work Mr. Sehrlener has !been doing Per- sonally, I have wated the Tryon band with keen interest drlng the three parades at Stfllwater, the three appearances here, and the big parade at Gthrie. Each time yOU codd see seh an im. lZrOvemumt it was amazing. We know that there will he-any more trophys carried home to Tryon by your band. -Bob ]) Mrs Hazel Morrow and daugh- ter from Tatum, New Mexico have been visiting Hazel's parents, Mr and Mrs Roy 'roles. One or our 4H girls, Miss Ada Anderson was elected as the county president of Lincoln county 4H clubs. Ada has won several hqnors and was chosen to o to 4H congress in Chicago last year. Mr and Mrs Leahn Westfall and children from Canton vigit- ed here over the week-end. The fatuity of Mr. Websterl Hunt are all here now anxiously I waiting for the improvement of[ their father who is critically ill I in the Stillwater hospital. Ivau I Hunt from Sausalita, Calif., flew [ by plane to be near his father I Mrs Thurmau BOUnda drummer in our been in band five years coming here. Clayton Mra Jem The rain showers but more .sunshine is Some gardens are up. Orval Burton and ed back to their pl Oklahoma City. and Mrs John ed on Mr and Mrs Sunday morning. Mrs Virginia" son of Camas, down for a three weeks her parents, Mr andd and other reIatives and Word waa received the Cottram family ornia, would arrive day of this week for a visit. Mr and Mi's Frank Mrs Bingaman had day i Rlp!ey at the care. Mrs Loving who was a few days returned to homa mty hostaL Wayne - Burton route and truck to hls Orval who is erk. r Visitors of Mr and g Busch over the weeke Mr and Mrs Henry Pruitt evtlle, Mrs Florence Slbet galls and daughter, Vlr ; MX snd Mrs Joha Bingaman. Mr and Mrs John Bart water went to see Mr mother, Mks Ptngle of who is quite poorly after t 0rid fall. Mr and Mrs Bingama] Stillwater Friday to viJ ma and daughter, 01 We hope Mrs Mollie be  well soon. She is quiJ Henry Pruitt and were here Tuesday fro] erville. Grandgra and grand ,received word Monday of the new grandson, ft of Mr and Mrs Shafford,, Mrs Paul Cook, Mrs Oscar LaP- I was born Monday and son. Charles and Emery Hunt, d o es o pounds an 8 unc ,. and Mr C L Moore all drove fr m _. our neighboring state of Kansas, [ ".  The Freshman class has a new Mr and Mrs Joe Ke member, Gary Armstron from] Mrs Nora Sneesby of Oklahoma City. Gary is staying]City, spent Surtday d! with his Aunt and uncle, Mr and Kane. $ MO