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March 8, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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I0 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, March 8, 1973 (Published in the Perkins Journal, March 1 and 8, 1973, two (2) times.) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE In accordance with Section 22 of of the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Control Act, Benjamin O. Kraybill and Yvonne L. Keller of 8 Preston Lane (Kraybill) and 1719 Liberty Avenue (Keller), Stillwater, Oklahoma, and partnership Benjamin O. Kraybill, 8 Preston Lane, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 Yvonne L. Keller, 1719 Liberty Avenue, Stiliwater, Oklahoma ~4{Y74 hereby publishes notice their intention to apply within Sixty days from this date to the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage -Control Board for a package store License under authority of and in compliance with the said Act; that they intend (s), if granted such license, to operate a package store with business premises to be located at 2012 North Boomer Road, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 in Stfllwater, Payne County, Oklahoma, under the firm name of individuals above. Dated this 26th day of February, 1973. (s) Benjafnln O. K-raybill, (s) Yvonne L. Keller County of Paynep State of Oklahoma. FOR SALE For Sale- 10 pairs cows and calves. Call 372-8915. 1-10c For Sale: 1972 Opal Sport Coupe excellent condition. Air Con- ditioning, disc brakes, automa- tic transmission. $1950.00 Call 547-2846. 1-10" STOCK RACKS, feeders, corral panels, head gates, trailer and gates; 4 inch pipe, 40~; 5x10 portable dog panels, $15 each; steel welded building and trail- er tie downs. All items built to st~eciflcations. Hoover Manu- factur|ug, 310 South Main, Per- klns, Oklahoma, 547-2592. 42tfc Before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared - Benjamin O. Krayblll and Yvonne L. Keller, to me known to be the person "(s) described In and who executed the foregoing application and acknowledged that executed the same as their free act and deed, (s) Carol Penlx . Notary Public My Commission Expires: September 21, 1974 MARRIAGE LICENSE: _+ Loyal Leroy Boyd, 59, Yale; Jean Lorett, 45, Yale. Roy Leon Brooks, 32, Still- water; Ruby Mae Morphew, 28, Yale. Howard CitRon Phillips, Jr., 19, Gushing; Glenda Jo Lassley, 18, Cushing. Harold David Roe, 24, Cush- ing; Alva Jeanetta Hltchcock, 16, Davenport. John Curran Webb, 21, CUsh- lng; Llnda Marie Anderson, 19, Agra. William John Weber, 33, Kir- ksville; Pauline Marie Marrl- man, 26, Stillwater. DIVORCES FILED: Madeline Elizabeth Tim- mons vs. Michael Eugene Thn- roans, Particle Gall Meredith vs. Mllo Michael Meredith. Ramona Sue Breeden vs. Do- nald Wayne Breeden. Gloria Louise Hagelton vs. Dickle Lee Hagelton. Sharon Kay Gamble vs, Ja- mes Michael Gamble. Elizabeth Ann Mayfield vs. James Clyde Mayfield. CIVIL CASES FILED: Allstate hlsurance Co. vs. Lester Harris. Bd of Regents OSU vs. Gor- don A. McCune et el. Patricia G. Bond vs. William Mack Usher, Carol & B. D.~.Pratt vs. Kevin Marshon Brown.-,-" LEGAL NOTICE (Published in the Perkins Journal, March 8 and 15, 1973, two (2) times.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY~ OKLAHOMA In the Matter of) the Estate of ) CaseNo. Lyle Chester Jacobs,) P-73-60 Deceased. ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that William H. Jacobs has filed in said court a petition praying that William H. Jacobs be appointed Administrator of the estate of Lyle Chester Jacobs, Deceased, and that the 20th day of March, 1973, at 9:00 o'clock a.m., in District Court room #302 in Stfllwater, in Payne County, Oklahoma, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition, when and where you are hereby cited to appear and show cause,, if any you have, why said petition should not be granted. Witness the Judge of said Court this 5th day of March, ]973. /s/ Leon J. York ASSOCIATE DISTRICT JUDGE James M. Springer, Jr. Attorney For Petitioner +ti: + " -:f "The man who looks back- ward with worry is likely to bump into trouble ahead." Wayne Powell. P-73-51 - J. D. of Virginia Jo Stephens. P-73-52 -. Probate of Will of Lora V. McCoy. P-73-53 - J. D. of Pearl Me- honey. P-73-54 - Adm of Estate of Valrie Thomas McKinney. P-73-55 - J. D. of Death Of Mildred U. Butcher. P-73-56 - J. D. of Death of Goldie M. Corbin. P-73-57 - Probate of Will of Mae Jones. P-73-58 - Grin, of Ellen Per- ry. TerriU BroS. Const. Co. vs. Bob Burrls Homes, Inc. Clyde Liggins vs. Edwin Bre- wer. John Hancok Mutual Life Ins. vs. Imaglneering, Inc. R. C. Davis vs. City of Still- water. R. C. Davis vs. Fraontier Cablevislon. PROBATES FILED: P-73-49 - Probate of Wlll of Viola G, Maryott. P-~3-50 - J. D. of Harold FOR SALE: Used Rote tiller with new motor, $75.00. Call 547-2835. See at 310 N.E. 5th. 1-78910" For Sale: 1971, 14x70 Corbtn Estate Mobile Home. Three bedroom, 2 baths, carpeted. Call 865-2514, Carney. I-9-10. SALE Selected Memorials 10 to 30% off Williams Monuments 1445 EAST MAIN, .CUSHING SPECIAL 4-15x6.5 Spoke mags with fair tires fits GM DORAL TIRE CO. 1104 E 6thStillwater 377-0850 NOTICES CARDS Professional Dog Grooming-- $6.00 and up-- Poodles and all breeds. Call for an appoint- ment. 547-2512. 4tfc NOTICE: Machine Quilting done. Call Ruth Wilson, 547- 2559. Perkins. TF THANK YOU The famil wishes to felt thanks to deeds of for our dearl brother who person to US. NOTICE: Try Luzier Cosmet- ics. For Free Demonstration call 547-2185. 1-78910. LOST & FOUND KITCHEN PRIES, DE 500 E. Found in Yard: Brown Suede Coin purse with money. May be claimed by identifing and paying for this ad. Call 547.-2826. I..10" FOUND: 4 keys on a key ring were turned in at the Perkins Journal office.Come in and claim. I-9 South McKEOWN'S FORMERLY THE ~ank :lSerll~nd %illa~:trechargJ~ Citiz;~ [Bank Amerlcard Master Chargq 1905S ~ I I Saturday, March 10, 1973 -- 9:30 a.m. 118 W. 7th Street, Stillwater, Oklahoma Ladies and gentlemen, this. without question, the most unusual assortment of merchandise ever offered to the public at Auction, Complete Disoursernent of the new, quality merchandise of the famous General George Gift Shop. Also, many fixtures and an automobile. "No Minimum-No Reserve" Inventory: Pepper mills, treasure boxes (all Kinds). in- cense burners, t4kt." gold whale ash trays, soap and bath accesso- ries (exotic) salt & pepper shak- ers. milk pads, wooden barrels, needle point, candles (all kinds) Pretty P~ctures, paper totes, tea opts. enamel ware (all kinds), ceram=cs, glassware, brandy snifters, games. "Snoopy" robes (childreo). Karate robes, wicker arches, moO stuffed pdlows, place mats, stationery, greeting cards (all occasions), toys, ;)hone mounts, color books, feather dusters, mug racks, piggy hanks, cup and saucer sets, spice lets, cable spool tables, and ricki-t~cki -stickies Many hundreds of other items beyond description Come and do your Christmas. Birthday, Anniversary and Mothers Day shopping at your prices! Tile Items In Tills Auction Have Been Honestly and Con- scientiously DescriDecl BY The Owner and Auctioneer, anc~ Are Believe~ To Be True anti Correct. There ts No Warranty Or Guarantee Intendecl or Implied By Owner, Auctioneer Or Previous Advertising! Auto: 1968 two-door Javelin (American Motors) 19,500 miles, blue co!or, white sidewall tires, radio and heater, good tires, 6 cylinder one owner! (Call Auctioneer for details). Fixtures: -Good National Cash Registers (electric and Man- ual), exceptional breakfront (elegant), glass counters, electric posting machine, gas heaters, paper racks. Hoover vacuum cleaner, TERMS: Cash or check with proper identification. Nothing moved until sett ed for. Berry Agency N Main St 405--372-2466 Auctioneer/Bfokers Stillwater, Okla. 372-7065 )th a [LLWA