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

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Thursday, September 12, 1957 Phone CApital 5-2500 | 503 S. Harrison | Cushing, Oklahoma 1847 ROGERS SILVER At Burt's Jewelry Specials For September" G E Automatic Washers Regular $219.95'- NOW $179.95 ELECTRIC DRYERS  $199.95  NOW $15995 FISIT PERKINS AND OK:L_-IOMA IN '57--youql enjoy it Law Oklahora egg dealers and pac- kers were urged to exercise pat- ience in awaiting provisions of the state's new egg law by Fain Cesar, head of the State Board of Agriculture's market division. Mr. Cessx said there has been a delay in obtaining egg labels from the printers and that it will be November 1 before a limited force of supervisors from his of- THE PERKINS JOITIP sible to complete all the steps i talent show. Especially the final I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Axtell visit- necessary for enforcing the corn- act put on by Evelyn Scott and Ied with friends over the weekend pv,lsory egg grading law. Folks will Just have to be patient until I Paul Evans. It should've been [ with Mr. and Mrs. Odem at we have the needed supplies and [ in competition. It rally was good. i Aurora, Missouri. can get around to help them with / their problems Mr. Cesar said He shared information had come to his office about some grocers refusing to accept eggs from pro- ducers or packers unless the con- tainers had0been properly labeled and that his office had been re- ceiving umerous calls and letters of inquiry about licenses and sup- plies of labels. Everyone concerned, whether a Perkins Livestock Auction Sale Every Monday Charles Rushmore, Owner Waitress: A girl who thinks money grows on trays Wringer Type Washers  NOW $109.75 rice has contacted producers, ,packers and grocers to be licen, Some Used Washing lVLclflnes sed under the law. Tappan Gas Ranges Special $149.95 Lower prices,on Front Room Suites  Base Rockers and Tables n Dinette Suites only $7995 G E Electric Radios Arvin All Transistor ldios $49.95 While the act, passed by the last legislature, went irto effect September 1, it has been Impos- Resistol Buy on Payments Paint with Pittsburgh pnts -- A Complete stock of all colors PAINT WITH WALLtlIDE Automatic Toasters -- Steam Irons -- Mixers Buy and Trade at Home MAKE THIS YOUR HEADQUARTERS McDaniel & SON Hdw. New For Felts producer packing his on eggs, a deaier-packer or a retail grocer should continue handling eggs just as they have in the past under the old optional grading law, util one of our supervisors calls during the next few weeks. We cannot supply the egg labels until print- ers have filled our order. As soon as supplies of labels are available they will be delivered to packers as rapidly as possible. The super- visors will call on everyone con- cerned and advise them about steps required for compliance on the part of packers and retailers. Meantime a good many of the ,packers are continuing to use their old labels until the new ones axe available. WrYon News Betty Crder Our District Fair was a good one, in spite of the fact that the -- LE"I TRADE IN PERKINS --  Carnival didn't show up. The _ f  exhllMts were extra good this _  yea, and everyone seeing them ...... enjoyed it and visiting with each FOR YOUR other. Charlle C onins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schreiner, won ,the trophy presented by the .  Central Oklahoma Telephone Co. A{JTUN for having the most entries and winning the most points on his PROTECTION SHADES placlngs. He had 31 entries. "' A pink and blue shower was '  given in the Christian Church 1 basement last week for Mrs. Leo Hicks. The ladies of the church served refreshments after Mrs. C dit Lif I Hicks opened her many pretty re ors e nsurance . She was assisted by her By an Old Established Reliable Company. $10.95 and " $8.95 to $15.00 At Your Request on any loan, This Policy will pay the remaining balance in case of your death for Self Conforming Regular and Long Ovals 75 cents per $I,000.00 Ask About This Added Service O 806 Main PAYNE COUNTY BANK Member of FDIC PERKINS, OKLAHOMA small son, Michael. Mxs. Laura Hanes. Lyle Elsie, and Mrs. Bray of Cushing, left last week for a month's trip to California. They plan to visit up and down the coast at several points. Beulah Cowger reports that her family had Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cowger, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen and son from Lidsay, Cal" ifornla visiting in their home last week, Then this Sunday the Cowger family had a family re_ :union at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cowger and Llod Ray here in Tryon. Those present be. ' sides Jess and family were Clar. ence, Beulah and Delores. Claud and Ida Cowger all of Tryon, Mr. and Mrs. George Kinder and son from Agra, and Ralph and Faye Kinder of Lindsay, Calif. We went out to Canton to spend the weekend. By we, I mean Curtis, Jeanette and myself and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carder went With us. We visited the Doyle Westfall family there and also saw the Canton Lake and Dam. It is really a beautiful lake and a much larger darn that I had anticipated. We went boat riding in the moonlight and it really was exciting, We enjoyed the exhibits at the Perkins Fair last Friday night, and I would not !eave out the q We're Still At It LOTS OF REMODELING AND NEW EQUIPMENT BEING INSTALLED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND SERVICE. DROP IN ANYTIME AND SEE WHAT WE'RE DOING... Holbrook Oil Company And Station , BUY NOW AND SAVE Prestone Anti-Freeze Closeout price, while stock lasts. Reg. 3.25 .... now $2.95 gallon See Us For Your Shells and Hunting License Ckeck Up Now On Your Heating Connections and Stoves VASSAR HARDWARE (WHERE YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY) Phone 104 Perkins, OklL "i [ Cir00le(00ganc,00 REGISTERED Hereford Dispersal SELLING Our entire herd of Cattle, Mostly polled, and our herd sire O PAWNEE 11th, son of Alf Battle Mixer who sold .for $17,500, will also sell.. Good bred heifers and herd sire ........ ::. prospects will sell ........... SALE AT FARM (under cover) Thursday, SEPT. 19 Christian Church Ladies will Serve Lunch f 2 Miles South of Perkins, Okla. On State Highway 40 E. W. BLUMER, Owner Guy Shull, Auctioneer i i PEERLESS ICE CREAM Now Available at Central Sundries One-Half Gallon Regular 89c; Pints 2 Mellorine and Ice Milk, pints 35c or One-half Gallon 59c Flavor of The Month BLACK CHERRY