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September 13, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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b -The Journal, Thursday, September 13, 1973 Yearboo k Staff :i: t j~ Wednesday everJng supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Smith were Mrs. Smith's mother, Dollle Vassar, and Mrs. Er- nestine Vassar of Tryon. &&&&&&&&& Birdie Brawdy 'was a visitor in Clmndler Wednesday. &&&&&&&&& Dehoral~ Loe~wood v~tt~ in ~ GravesBarrstt'shome Wednesday ewnlng. Mrs. Barrett is worklng on her Masters De- gree at Oklahoma State University. She is also an assistant in- structor in accounting at the University. &&&&&&&&& Mrs. Pauline Holbrook reports that her oldest son, Gene, and family are going to Aberdeen, Scottland to work. They flew to London, England, September 1 and were to go on to Scottland after that. &&&&&&&&& Erma ~aatfer and Dora Mercer attended a Cosmetology Show at the Student Union at Oklahoma State University, Sunday. Paula and Rudy Hernandez of McAlester and Marie Martin of Okmulgee were the Thunderbird Hair Stylists that did the plat- form work. Many of the hairdressers purchased new scissors from Rudy in hopes that they could style hair like he does. Both Erma and Dora were hair cut receplents from Rudy. &&&&&&&&& Deborah Lockwood purchased four new tires for her auto- mobile that she commutes in to her work in Oklahoma City. Debgrah works for the Oklahoma Retail Grocers Association where she is a Coupon Auditor. She spent the weekend in Okla- homa City with her girl friend, Saundra Miller and Mr. Miller. &&&&&&&&& Several towns people have been going to a local flick to see "Paper Moon" with Ryan and Tatum O'Neal. This movie was made in Hayes, Kansas. Mrs. Massie Rentfrow's son, Jim Rent- irow, is a doctor there. Mrs. Rentfrow tells us that her son was called on to doctor Tatum OtNeal while they were making the movle. Beautiful Sculptured Flowers... Deeply Engraved to your specifications. Now In Our tn SttHwQter. 100 Percent Guarantenl Pricm Start at No Money Down. Many beautifu! Grantt.es end Marble with excel. lent contrast from whfi:h to choose your lasting Blasingame Mamorlals. MONUMENTS 621 East 6th 372-8585 I j " i i i Selling Ads The yearbook stalx is com- prised of juniors and seniors at the PT school and they will be selling the ads for $5. All interested persons should call Mrs. Thurman at 547-2425 if they would like to support the 1974 yearbook. The Perkins - Tryon high school yearbook staff Is solici- ting ads this week and next for the 1974 yearbook from tmsi- nesses, families or groups wishing to help support the 1974 yearbook, according to Mrs. Thurman, yearbook sponsor. PERSONALS Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimm last week were Mrs. Gertrude Dtllard from Portland, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Henderson from Broken Bow, Mrs. Etta Elliott from Cushing and Mrs. Blanch Sher- rod and Mrs. Mildred Cash. "Those spending the day ir Cushing Sunday with Mrs. Etta Elllott were Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Henderson from Broken Bow, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Browr, from Ponca City, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Silkweed from Cushing and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimm from Perklns~ y eighbors "I want you to take par- titular note-my seat belt still fastened." Donna Murlin There were 28 attending church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Riley and family at Key- stone Saturday evening. Louise Sutliff and LaDonna and Judy Stine called on Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burton and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Burton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanton, Deanna and Shannon Lynn at Grove. Mrs. Cathryn Barjenbuch of Texas visited her mother, Mrs. Violet Potter last week. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright of Yale, and Mr. and Mrs. Oren Matney GROW SMALL GRAIN FOR PROTEIN NEEDS Cattlemen in Payne County can grow their winter protein supply instead of feeding I~ from a bag. To do this, plan to seed small grain relatively early in a bermudagrass sod. Before plantlng small grains, have bermudagrass closely grazed or mowed early in Sep- tember. With a(lequate moisture small grain can be seeded in bermuda- grass sod about September 10, after thoroughly discing ber- mudagrass sod. In dlsced sod, small grain has a chance for considerable fall growth with favorable conditions. Discing temporarily sets back bermudagrass growth and reduces competition between the bermudagrass and small grains. Before disoing the sod, ap- ply a complete fertilizer con- tainlng nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium so it can be is mJ xed with the soil to the depth Saturday, September 22, 1973 - 2:00 p.m. AUCTION CONDUCTED REGARDLESS OF ANY WEATHER CONDITIONS ON THE LAND LOCATION: From intersection of Perkins Rd. and McEIroy St., Stillwater, Okla., go 2 miles East on blacktop road to Auction Site. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Two Tracts of Payne Co. Land and Improvements. Tract No. 1 contains 20 acres. ALL MINERAL RIGHTS sell with the land. Excellent Home with Rock Fireplace Good Fence~ Beautiful Clear Stock Pond, On Rural Water. New Blacktop Road. Tract No. 2 contains 60 acres. ALL EXISTING MINERAL RIGHTS sell with the lend. Approximately 16.6 acres of Bottom Land. West 30 acres Partially Wooded with Some Qpen Land in native grass. On Rura~ Water. ~Iackt~qo Road. AUCTIONEER'S COMMENT: Another UNPRECEDENTED EVENTt Located in the rapidly appreciating N.E. Stillwater area. In Stillweter School District. Less than 3 miles to the CENTER of Stillweter, Oklahoma. Existing Development on ALL sides. Truly Picturesque and Appealing Surroundings. If YOU are looking for an Acrea~=e of tremendous potential in the RIGHT LOCATION ... Make Your Inspection RIGHT NOW! Come ready to participate in the AUCTION GAME! INSPECTION: Call or See Auctioneer for detailed i0spection. Platted Photo Brochure furnished on request. TERMS & CONDIZIONS: 10% day of Auction. Balance upon approval of titleand delivery of warranty deed. SEE YOUR BANKER TODAYI METHOD OF SAlvE: Tract No. 2 will be offered in two 30 acre tracts and/or collactjvely at the discretion of Auctioneer. POSSESSION: Announced day of Auction, OWNER: Heirs of Winter Buntin. Auction Conducted by: BERRY AGENCY Auctioneers/Brokers ~Sale Managers 101 N. Main St. Stillwatl r, Okla. Tom D. Berry and Associates, Auctioneers 405/372-2466 372-7065 and boys of Enid. Joe Pock and Bud ed at Canton Lake last Sunday dinner and Mrs. Lee Kenny and Kathy were Mr. and Mrs. ney, Delbert and curtis and Mr. and Mrs. AlV~ Emily Floyd Courtright Ruth Etheridge with Mr. and Mrs. and family at Mack Nickels took Mrs: Van Nickels to City Thursday and they Odessa, Texas and the weekend with Mr. Pat Nickels. They Mr. and Mrs. Az SOn. Apply from 80 to 100 of actual nitrogen Also apply tassiuPn according to a recent soil test. If no soil test Item the field, apply Pounds each of potassium to insurean supply of these After seedbed drill the small grat~ about 100 pounds acre to get an Clea~-tilled land planted in early chances for growth is greater seeded pasture duced competition for and nutrients. FALL ARMYWOILMS A number of farmers have heavy populations worm in alfalfa ;rod fields the past two The insect can in two to three should check the [the Armyworm larva in all stages of also, moths are and lay continue to do f~ ther arrives. Early seeded and alfalfa should :very closely until :October. Be as the young early. For control on use either toxaphene or dylox. used at the 1 per acre of active There is no grazing for beef pasture furnished aphene treated Parathion a rate of 8-12 material per acre, waiting perlod Dylox should be of 1 1/4 pounds per 3 day waiting When treating may use thlon, or Sevin. quires a 28 day harvest, but do or siaugbter Contact as for wheat, striotlons. Farmers may selves time and detection of the You spray field Portion of the trol. from 1 to 1 varies in or green to several back and sldee There will be inverted "Y" the front of