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Perkins, Oklahoma
September 12, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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September 12, 1957

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Thur, September i. 1957 ' USE THIS SPACE OFFEN EVERYONE READS THE CLASSIFIED SECTION! Remember, U You want to sell semethg, have house to rent or sell. want to rent hus hire help, need b, trade, or advertise yore smrviees -- the Journal Classified station is the place. I Illll I Counselor CosmeUcs. For free presentation Call Mrs Lorayne Hughes at 134 for appointment. Itch tAVE As much as $300 on a new planol See BIll Burden, :I West Elm, Stlllwater , Pho. 4338. Franchised dealer for Bald- win and other leading brands 47tfch For Sale Notice-Spinet Piano' Available to responsible local Person for remaining balance ern small payments. Famous make and guaranteed. Write: Adjuster JOPLIN" PIANO CO., 312 Main, Joplin, Mo. L---. FOR SALE: Winter Seed Oats, one-quarter wheat. Phone 8 F 53, Tryon. or 4 miles Sout of Per- klns. Wendell Sadler. FOR SALE: Pawnee Seed Wheat $2.25 bushel. Contact Nelson Cundlff, 315 W. lst St. Perkins FOR SALE 20 guage slmtgn, bolt action clip Like new. Ph 51. 50tfch FOR SALE - Trash Drums an' all barrels. 5 gal. oil $2.00. Hub caps, new and used tires, tubes, tools, wheels,  grease. Case of oil, $2.75. Five qmu oil, $1. Anthls Oil Co. 1.122 W. Moses, Cushlnc, Phone CA MlO6 ._teh34 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. F_, B McDael, ph 72 or 84 24 tfc CARD OF THANKS We want to .thank every one who sent flowers, cards and let- ters, and for your prayers. Es- .................... peclally do we thank the ones FOR SALE: Three lots. Contact who donated their blood. Your R, E. Jones, 323 East HerS, Phone I thoughtfulnes meant much to 114. .... ' 3t. I us. Our prayer is that May God FOR SALE - Good qttalit; Ref I Bless YOU. cleaned Early Triumph seed[ Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kint. wheat, Forkerdeer winter oats, Balbo Rye. Emil Kastl, 1 mile east 2% north of Masers Station. 47tfch JOURNAL ADVERTISING PAY, iiii i ..... THEMILK THAT TASTES SH00TASTE AT YOUR E ._ Complete Overhaul In 24 Hours 2 Hour Service On Most Jobs TERMS Can be Arranged On Major Repairs Crisp's Radio and 'IW 114 S, Main Phone 1990 SUllwator .CENTRAL GARAGE I'EXCO OILS. GASOLINE and ACCESSORIF BATTERY -- TIRE SERVICE FREIGHT SFRVtCE JOg SLYLY, Manag P Okla. PHONE U FLOWERS Call Stillwater Floral Co. For Your iFloral Needs Ferklns Reprentstfve IF.. L. Baker m Phone ;llwafer Floral Co. See Jeff FOR YOUR Plumbing Supplies at reasonable prleea . Emergency night calls will be served Phone 4? Savage Plumbing Company LIB&L NOTiOB (Published in The Perkins Jour- nal Sept. 5 & 12, 1957 - 2t) NOTICE FOR BID8 Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Trlmte of the Town of Perkins Will accept at the Per- kins City Hall on or before Sept. ember 16, sealed bids for the drilling of at lesmt one water well. Speeiflcons civil for a four foot hole, gravel packed well, 50 feet deep. Further informa- tion may be obtained from the Perkins water engineer at his office in the Perkins city hall. The Board of Trustees of the Town of Perkins reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bids will be opened September 16, 1957, at the Perkins City Hall. Dated .this 4th day of Septem- ber, 1957, The Board of Trustees Town of Perkins, Okla. LEGAL NOTICE Published in the Perkins Journal September 12 and 19. 1957. 2t NOTICE Of Application For Letters of Administration IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA No 4274 the Matter of the Estate of Carl F. Martin, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that W. E. Martin has filed in said court a petition praying that he be pointed Administrator of the ea- tate of Carl F. Martin, Deceased, and that the 3rd dy of October, 1957, at 9:00 o'clock A. M., in the Cotmty Court room in Still- water, in Payne County, Okla- homa, 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  you have. why said ,petition should not be grated. Witness the Judge of said Court and the seal thereof this 10th day of September, 1957. Ma  E. Setter, County Judge ((SEAL) W. H. X, Attoney for Petitioner. L C. Freed, M. D. Phoe OFFICE 94 Residence PERKINS, OKI I LEGAL NOTICE Published in the Perkins Journal September 12 and 19. 1957. 21 IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the ) Estate of ) No. 4186 Henry Kautz, Deceased ) NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE- MENT AND DETERMINATION .OF HEIRS, LEGATEES AND. DEVlSEES, AND .DISTRIBUTION OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that Margaret E. Kautz, Administra- trix of the Estate of Henry Kautz, deceased, has filed in the County Court of Payne County, Okla- homa, her final account., with petition for the settlement thereo and the determination of heirs. legate and devisees, and for distribution of said estate, and the 3rd day of Octoler, 195% a 9:00 o'clock A. M., at the County Court Room in Stillwater, Okla- homa, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing such peti- tion to settle said account, to determine the heirs, legatees, and devisees, and to distribute the remaining 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 10th day of Septem- ber, 1957. Max E. ater, County Judge ((SEAL) W. H. WILCOX, Attorney. LEGAL NOTICE --l"h-e d- l-t-heP er:l ns Journal September 12 and 19. 1957. 2t PUBLIC NONCE NOTICE OF PROPOSED CHANGE IN RATES IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA To Patrons of Southwestern Bell TelePhone Company: The Southwestern Bell Tele- pl'mne Company hereby gives notice to the public that it has file with the Corporation Com- misalon of the State-of Ok.ls- homa, schedules which will chan- ge or establish service connection, move and change charges, charges for restoring service after sus- pension for non-payment; install- ation charges for key equipment )and certain items of miscellan- eous equipment and rates for extra directory listings and Joint user service throughout portions of the State of Oklahoma irt which it operates and that said change of rates involves an in- crease in service connection, move and change charges, charges for restori service after suspension for non-payment; installation charges for key equipment and certain items of miscellaneous equipment and rates for extra di- rectory listings and joint user service, charges to become effec- tive October I0. 1957. You are further notified that monthly rates for basic telephone service.will not be raised, however Southwestern Bell Telephone Co- mpany proposes to reduce certain rates and charges and to institute other subscriber benefits contin- gent upon approval of the in- creases herein referred to. A copy of the p schedules may be inspected by aTty inter- ested party at the office of this Company, PerPMns, Oklahoma. PlSIT PERKINS AND OKLAHOMA IN '57--youl enjoy it THE I III f P F, FIKINS SGHI006L NEWS FIRST GRADE son and Kenneth Poling showed The enrollment in the first six grades is now 200. We have 90 boys and 110 girls. We are back to the 9 to 4:00 schedule since the weather has turned cooler. The buses will are rive about 10 minutes later than they did when we started school at 8:30 an. The teachers would llke to have the children living in town to arrive about 8,45. Smaller childrer are not able to do a good days work in school when the have a long play per- led before schOol starts Our lunch cards ae made out for a week. It "@ill save teacher tithe, if each child pays by the week. There will be less chances for mistakes if the money or the pheck is given to the child to give to the teacher. The lunch room served 1206 children's meals for the first week of this year. This may be due to the short noon period. Grade teachers enjoyed the fine food and entertainment furnished by the Lions Club on Monday n.ight. All grade teachers were present Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ones were Mr. nd Mrs. Pardue of New Mexico and Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Jones of Stillwater. Afternoor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dobbs and Rhonda Kaye and Mrs. Claude Mathias of Cushing. Mr. and Mrs. Pardue left Monday for their home in New Mexico. Supper guests Friday evening of and Mrs. R. E. Jones were Mr. their son Dale and family from Oklahoma City and Mr. Jones sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. P Pardue of Loving, New Mexico. Del Lewis Garage ALL KIND8 OF MO'IR RE]PG 9 Ferk Mrs. Chesney We have 16 boys in the first grade this year, they are: Johnny Adams. Ted Arthur,  Bate- so, Bobby Booth, Warren Ed- mondsort. Roger Gartman, Joe Hanes, David Holbrook, Glen Dale Houston, Phil Hughes, Gary Ray McCown, Harold Porter, Jerry Reynolds, Happy Wells, Billy West and Earl Ray West. We lave 13 girls, who are: .Christy Case, Jennifer Otmdiff, Sherry Dodrlll, Rebecca Fox. Lyn- netta Higgins, Irma Rose John- son, Michella Kelly, Kathy Lewis, "Dorothy Nelson, Karon and Shar- on Nottingham, Linda Sager and Deborah Mercer. Our workbooks have all arrived at the bookstore and we are all anxious to get started in them. Many new experiences are tak- ing place in room. Most are very enjoyable, a few are maybe nec- essary for the well-being of all, so we are Just meeting them as the come, THIRD GRADE Mrs. Luster Thirty=one pttpfls have enrolled in the third grade. There are 16 boys and fifteen girls. Most of the third graders are making the transition from man- usoript printing to cursive writ- ing for the first time. They are working to learn to write their names and the new spelling ords. New students in our schoOl this year are: James owger from Perry; Cathay and Regina cket from Sand Springs,' and Lois Smith from Jewell, Arkansas. FIFTH GRADE School opened with aD enroll- ment of 40 in the fifth grade. Twenty-eight of these are girls and 12 are boys. We are all sorry that Mollie Jean Fultz had to have her ton- sils removed Friday. We /rig forward to havr bar= look. n school Soon. back n checking With the children a tack floating in the air. Several of the children in our room won prizes at the Fair last week. They were Bob Coppinger0 second on watermelon and Jim oforth won first and second on #zatermelons. Bob Harsltman, bug collection, first, Kaffir. first, leaf collection third and squash, first and second. Kenneth Poling, wheat, first. barley, first, and calves, first and 'second. Donna wail , tea towel, first, apron, first, 'cup cakes, first,, in. sect Collection. third - champ/on on heifer.' and grand JUdy Lacy Won fl a dress, rat on We are Prou of ou- re.  loo,. eIore _  we are *^ Wor -- sttr on _.  take -. our bad o W our ft o,--.- had " YLday. ng lessoz arrOUv;dne e. ial tud/es -- ad we are fl?l day of on  cerest mg them ve '-" .tUg. ru. uany thanks to a Pnslble for r -" 11 those res. room vacation. Our r " r, ne summer  to keen .1-- h it. " a cean. T Y room nice most att.act ". na//s are also and buff "  a sot gree Mehan Mr. and Mrs. OLin VanZandt nt o Ark City, Fz, SUnday to oJrrld e SePtember5 eWrceh Wa3 0 Mr. and bL .....  esent Were daughter, ," vanzandt and of d, i".?__   Ro ....  oo We _ oyee axs O. Cart of MCh.  ax. and 'ghlr'l azn UmPter and da,," ""  attended =in G/entre, li-'- Pter dr ,uay. Mrs In our roo m we found that 35  ,uy present. She is 90 had televLslons in their homes, the Olde* 'ew the prize for be ,__ Our first, experlm .... years of age. ,c wicn magnets Jim "-- I vj Ei[ol_'l]:|$'-ql we , ,r In science ---._ . . a we,pass. Robert at to v ..... l'day evemng [i= 'ld:lllVlll'|:l: l man made - gue on . :Ik, 1 A,aIoilette, Larry Gene Thomp "-Y 7 lrho??. ....... .;:, .... .::::,,.:,!.. ..::,i?:  .... :::::::..  I! " %11:!,':':: ,::` ! ... AN INTMSTING (ARM ! The printer is the impo- i tcmt link between reporter NEW NITE SHOW =' andreoder. Asaspeckd- GOLDEN WEST Turning Bk t Pages of Pionaer History, Fetrin 9 Television Stars-- [X)UGLAS KENNEDY of "Steven Oonovln. Western Marshal" All parties interested in this BRAD JOHNSON proceeding may obtain infortrm- Annie Okby'$ "lofty C,*9" tlon as to time and plaoe of hear. Iii lng Upon this matter by address- ing the Secretary of the Corpora- tlon Commission of the State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Okia- loma. Signed: SO BELL TELEPHONE CO. By CE W. COWAN, ' Manager. STRODE FUNERAL HOME. AMBULANCE SEKVICE "DI West of Courthouse ist in linotype, composing An Epic of the or press operations he is a respected member e the publishing team, .. MANY OPENINGS NOW Good jobs, at above- overage pay, are open in almost every Oklahoma county. Newspapers and commercial shops need trained printers to meet THRILLCADE ,o, oo,..o, .,,., feeturin 9 CRAZY OTTO printing. e,l M, RAG PIANO FIRST 4 AFTERNOONS AUTO RACES Sept. 2S--New Model Stocks Sept. 26-Speedway Midgets .e. 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