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,4 Z rile PERKINS $OUKNAL OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE USE THIS SPACE OFFEN EVERYONE READS THE CLASSIFIED SECTION: ,Remember, it you want to sell something, have a house to rent or sell,, want to rent house, hire help, need job, trade, or advertise your services -- the Journal Classified section is the place. For Sale FOR SALE - 26 inch girls bicycle $7.50. See Woody Gray 31tfch FOR sALE on-0000r - Nice 2 bedroom house and 4 lots at Yinco. See W. W. West*all, Per- killS. 31-2t* SALE - 1947 4-door Ply- ;mouth; $75. AlsO, Sunbeam Elect- ric Hedge Trimmers, Like New, $25. Phone 210, 321 W. Knipe. 311t* FOR SALE - Nice young Jersey Cow and calf, $i10. Also 15 young laying hens. $1.00 each. F. E. Hickman, Phone 913 F 11 31tfch FOR SALE-27 foot modern Spar- tan Trailer house, 1953 model. Call 46 or Redus Welding Shop 22tfch FOR SALE-Ten room home, five bedrooms, with 1 full bath and two half baths. Two floor fur- naces, double garage, four lots in good location. Priced to sell. E. B. MeDaniel, ph 72 or 84 24 tfc p FOR SALE - G E Electric range excellent condition, $100. Con- tact perkins Journal. 27tfc R-SALE -2 droom house, excellent condition. Corner of SW 3rd and Knipe Ave, Also, a nice business building. Contact E M Lawrence. ph. 4. 28tfc FRANKLIN A ndFGLORE Veter- marian supplies.at your CENT- tAL STORE FOR SALE-Good trash Barrels. $2.00 each. Redes Welding ShOp, Perkins. 23tfc Wanted W" Permanent employee now for painter. Corn bination tlst and bookkeeper. Also +will accept applications for o weld.era and general help for em- ployment in the near future. Vassar Manufacturing Co. 30tfc RAL GARAGE ACO OILS, GASOLINE : : and ACCESSORIES BATTERY --/IRE: SERVICE :REIGH I SFRVJCE . Jo aaAl., ,,A.nag,, pw.Jml, Okla. PHONE - t L . = _ _  _ _ Ambulanes -- lmmi Service" FAIRLEY'S l'me, CAPital 5-2500 : & ihm4son HOME rRXEZERS -- Oaring -- sharp- ees/ng -- Meat at Discount Service OmLranted rmSEER ,.OCKER s00VWE Guthrle, Okla. Dr. Buel J. Staton. oFroMErRIST L4ated down stairs sis s.  sunwater " STRODE FUNERAL HOME AIBULANCE SERVICE Directly West of Courthouse PIIONE 50 STILLWATER A.F. &A. M. No. 92 Meets 2rid & 4th Thurs. of Month MELVIN FRY   W.M. GLENN CARSON   SEC. PERKINS, OKLA. NEEDED - Two people to be dis- tributors for much needed food supplement. 35 percent and up profit plus relat business. Full or part time. Write Paul Busell P. O. Box 646, Oflton. Okla. 31-1tch WANT T0RENT--3 bedroom house by August 1. Will sign a 2 to 3 year lease. Please state price per year. Leave information At Perkins Journal office. 31-2t* NOTICE The Perkins Bud Boosters will meet at 7:30 Monday April 29, in the Band room. CARD OF THANKS Thank you so much for the cards, flowers and letters while I was sick. I Would like to give a special thanks to the blood don- ors. Mrs Rose Davidon. -- CARD OF THANKS Your kind expressions of sym- pathy were deeply appreciated. Mr and Mrs Dennis Scott The Gripe Family LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journ-, al April 18 & 25th, 1957 - 2t) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY. STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the ) Esbate of ) No. 4111 lyrtle E. Williams. ) Deceased ) NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE- MENT, OF DETERMINATION OF HEIRS, LEGATEES AND DEVISEES, AND DISTRIBUT- ION OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that Dr. C. O. Williams, Executor of the Estate of Myrtle E. Williams, de- ceased, has filed in the COunty Court of Payne County, Okla-! home, his final account, with tibion for the settlement there- f and the determination of heirs, legatees and devisees, aM for distribution of said estate, and the 9th day of MaY, 1957, at 9:00 oclock A. M4 at the County Court Room in Stillwater, Okla- lloma, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing such petit- ion to settle said account, to de- termine the heirs, legatees, and devlsees, and to distribute the re- nalnlng estate, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may then appear," contest sUch account and assert any interest claimed by him or her- in sUCh estate. Dated this 15th day of April, 1957. MAX E. SATER County Judge (SEAL) SWANK &SWANK Attorneys Si Denton Tradin Center WE BUY SELL & TRADK I Lowry Fh. I stmwster , i ,i ,L C. Freed, M. D, Phones / OFFICE 94 Residence 60 @, OKLA. ,, .. - - -L_. .'. ".  . . _ q FLOWERS 20,000 Feet 31ased Greenhouse We Can Supp Fresh' Out and Potted Flowers At All '&lines Perkins Repr.entatives R. L. Baker  Pltone 25 $ummers' Sundries -- Phone 1 Stlllwaer Floral Co. Del Lewis Garage ALL KINDS OF MOTOR REPAIRING X X 3[ ne 9 Perkim VISIT PEEKIS AND OKI,AHO ,N '57youl enjoy it LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journ- al, April 25, May 2, 9, 16 and 23, 1957, 5t) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAINE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA Mark Leroy Arnett,, ) et ai, Plaintiffs ) vs. ) No'. 17,893 Elsworth F. Goodenough,) et al, Defendants ) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given in pur- suance of an order of sale issued in this cause on the 23rd day of April. 1957. in the above entitl- ed cause, commanding me to advertise and sell the property involved in this proceeding and each respective tract thereof described as follows: Surface and surface rights only, excluding all oil, gas and mineral interests in and to: TRACT NO. 1 Northeast Quarter (NEI4) of Section Eight (8), Township Eighteen (18) North, Range Three (3) East of the I. M., Payne County, Oklahoma TRACT NO. 2 Northeast Quarter (NEI4) of Section Twenty-Three (23), Township Eighteen (18) North, Range Three (3) East of the I.M., Payne Count.y, Oklahoma TRACT NO. 3 North Half (NI2) of the Southeast Quarter SE 4)  of Section Six (6). Township Eighteen (18) North, Range Pour (4) East of the I. M., Payne County, Oklahoma TRACT NO. 4 Wesl, Half (W .2) of the South Half (St2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE4) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Eighteen (18) North. Range Two (2) East of the I. M., Payne County, Oklahoma in the manner and form provided by law, said property having been heretofore appraised by coIIis- sionrs appointed by said Court, which appraisement was con- firmei by the Court ai in ac- cord with the order of the Court, t.he surface and surface rghts only in and to said land and tenements were ap]tlsed ac- cording to law, as follows: Tract No. 1 $4,000.00 Tract No. 2 $4,500.00 Tract  No. 3 $2,000.00 Tract No. 4 $1,200.00 NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the commands of said order of sale, I will offer for sale and sell for cash to the highest bidder or bidders, said lands and tena- ments and each respective tract, on the th day of May, 1957 at 2 O'clock P. M. of saldday a the east front door of the Court House in the City of Stillwater in said county and state, but no sale shall be made at less than two-thlrds of the valuation there- of placed upon the property b  the commissioners as above dicated. my hand this 23rd day of April, 1957. E. G. SCHROEDER, Sheriff of Payne County, Oklahoma SWANK & SWANK, Stillwter, Oklahoma, Attorneys fgr Plaintiffs FITZOERAI & HOUSTON, Stillwater, Oklahoma, Attorneys for Defendants JOURNAL ADVLTISING PAY, Select Your Used Car From WARD BUICK CO. Always Good Stock Prices In Line With Condition OPEN UNTIL 8 p. m. AT OUR LOT AT 409 MAIN LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Jour- nal April 11, 18, and 25, 1957-3t) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION State of Oklahoma ) ) SS: County of Payne ) Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Joe Lars Klingstedt, wilL by his brother and next friend, Mary EstlII KUngstedt, file in the Dist.rict Court with- in and for the County of PaYne, State of Oklahoma, on the 3rd day of May, 1957, a petition and application praying said Court to confer upon him, the aid Joe Lars Klingstedt, a minor, the rights of majority concerning contracts, and empowering him, the said Joe Lars Klingstedt. to transact business in general with the same effect as if done by a person above the ae of twenty- one (21) years. Dated this 6th day of April, 1957. JOE LARS KLINGSTEIYr. a minor, by his Mother and Next Friend, s] M:%RY ESTILL KLINGSTEDT Mary Est,ill Klingstedt HeEL & HORTON, Stillwater, Oklahoma, Attorys for Petitioner LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journ- al April 18, 25 and May 2nd. 1957 3t) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA Otto Wright. Plaintiff ) __ vs. ) No 17993 Joseph Wert, et al., Defendants. ) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Joseph Wert, Ida Field. Phebe Spencer, Phebe Wert., Phebe Schonhoff, Sarah A. Teter, L. D. Teter, J. W. Teter, C. P. Martz and J. Z. Haekett. and each of them. if living, and if they or any of them be dead, then the un- known heirs, executors, admin- istrators, devisees, trustees and as.signs of tose who are dead; and The unknown heirs, executors, dminlstrators, devlsees, ust- ees and assigns, if any, of David T. Teter, deceased. You and each of you have been notified that you have been sued by the above Plaintiff in said cause in the District Court of Payne County, Sbate of Okla- homa, and that said Plaintiff has filed a petition in the office of said Court and unless you an- swer said Petition on or before the 30th day of May. 1957, said Petition will be taken as true and Judgmenb rendered accordingly quieting title to the following real property in Payne County, State of Oklahoma to-wlt: Lots Fifteen (15) and Six- teen (16) in Block Eight (8), Worts Addition to the Town of Perkins, Payne County, State of Okl according ,to the zeexied plat thereof in the Plaintiff. That said Judg- ment will further restore to the records  deeds heretofore made, executed and delivered by the Defendants above named which were lost and destroyed and not filed for record. That said Judgment shall further reform certain instrmnents affecting title and determine the heirship of the DefendanL David ,T. Teter deceased, and ahall further de- termine that none of you have any rigitt, title, interest or estate in the above land adverse to the Plaintiff and shall bar. exclude and enjoin you and all persons claiming by, through or under you from setting up, claimlm or asserting any right, title, in- terest or estate in or to said real property or lien thereon, ad- verse to the title of the Plain- tiff, and shall remove all clouds occasioned thereon and all other proper relief. Dated this 15th-day of April, 1957. sl Rose I. Jarvls Court Clerk (SEAL) FITZGERAI/) & HOUSTON Attorneys for Plaintiff i WYNKOOIS Radio & TV Service ,Dependable Service' 204 N. Main /Phone 3223 STILLwATER i Last Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Russel McGhee, Mike and Cindy were Mr and Mrs Francis Pratt and Gary Dean of Stillwater. Thursday, April 25, 1757 evening dinner Pioneer Quilting Club Meets LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journ- al April 25 and May 2 1957 -2t) NOTICE OF HEARING PETIT- ION FOR PROBATE OF WILL IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA In The Matter of the Estate of Harriet E. Meade. Deceased. No. 4201 Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the above estate that on the 23rcday of April, 1957, Paul W. Meade pro- duced and filed in this court an instrument in writing purport- 'ing to be the Last Will and Testament of said above named deceased person, and also filed in this court his petit.ion praying for the probate of said Will, and that Letters Testamentary issue thereto to Paul W. Meade the dxecutor named in said Will. Pursuant to order of tis Court made this date notice ls hereby given that Friday, the t day of May, 1957, at't '  " of 9:00 o'clock A. M.CoI-.my, has been appointed as the time for hearing said petition and proving said will, at the County Court room in Stlllwater, Payne County, Oklahoma, when and wlere 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 t, hi 23rd day of April, 1957. s! MAX E. SATER Max E. Sater, County Judge (SEAL) W. H. 'ITOX Attorney for Petitioner. Mrs Dona Murlin was hostess for t.he Pioneer Quilting club April 8. Plans were made for a neeting at the Dixie Hotel in Shawnee May 8. Membes present were Mesdames Alpha Burton, Florence Nelson, Susie Nickels, Bessie Cole, Edith Murlin and the hostess, Donna Murlin The next meeting will be May 2 at High Prairie community building with Mrs Sylvia Bur- nett as lostess. Mrs Roy Fagan, Phililp and Charles Fulton and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Shurtz of Henrietta, Tex., atended the wedding of their brother and son, Dennis, to Mary Lou McFadden in Big Lake, Tex.. last weekend. LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journ- al April 18 & 25th, 1957 - 2t) No. 4186 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY. STATE OF OKLAHOMA In The Matter of the Estate of Henry Kaut, Deceased. All persons having claims against Hcrry Kautz, deceased, are required to present the same with the necessary vouchers, be- fore the undersigned Administ- rtix, a her home near water, in PayDe County, Okla- homa, within four., months of the date hereof, or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 12th day of April, 1957. MARGARET E. Administratrix W. H. WILCOX, Attorney. amm m mmo m mira m I -- -- -- -- mmmm 'ram atom mmm m m m TELEPHONE TALK" I by Clarence W. Cownn, Manager, Prkins I " Future Farmers of America . The 31st annual state FFA convention will be held a College April 25, 29, and 27. There are 368 FFA chapters with bout 16,000 members in the state. It is expected that 2,00@ will attend this eonventlon. For achievements through the supervised farm/ng progra dining their four years of vocational agricultlre, about 270 FFA members will earn the Junior Master Farmehs degree. AppUcantS for this degree from Pyne County are: Duane McVey, Cushing Roger Bmmey, Michael Cowley, ]brvey Thompson and David Tucker, Ripley; Austin Damran and Dale Wehr, StiUwatr; and Marion Lewis. Yale. One  1  highlights of this onvetion wtU be the 3rd-ma- nual Honor Dinner and program given the Jr Msst farmer and their teachers by Southwestern Telephone Company of Okia" bmma. "We feel R is  d/stlnit honor and privilege to be thie fine  CONGRATULATIONS: Mother's Day Custom Telephones will he ringing all over the Country Sml, 12, when the annual custom  Mher*s D4W Long Is obeerved once ags Nowadays, it s/ms almost every tami] has at least " separated from the rest by hundreds or even of miles. A call home on Mother's Dy is always special event --evem though reunions b Long D4stam my be pretty frequen the rest  the year, too. If you're plamd a call on Mother's Day tl year, ce'i forget the money-saving way to do it;  station-to-stim Rates are one-th/rd lower than on person,to-perme calls. And as usual -- to save time, carl by number. Yr Lo Distance calls will go through twice us fast if yO can give /je operator the out-of-town number you're calling. Give Her a Telephone While lm on the subject, I'd Like to offer adother Mother'# Da suggestiom Additional telephones make useful gifts. They're deeorativb too. vhen you select one of the eight available colors. / An additional phone for kitchen or bedroom, or zext to the sewing table, is the kind of gift tlt will make sen to mother or gramtmother. She'll remember and appreciate it all year long, beca.use it will always be as useful as the day it's installed, i - ] Its easy to acrange gift service, even for someone who lives ix another city. Just call the telephone busines office, We'll take it fro theP Call by Number.... It's Twice As Fast SOUTHWESTERN BELL  OKLAHOMA