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14, 1967 TI PERKINS JOURNAL PAGENINE Committee Deadline Nears approaching election of committee for administration in was announced re- Lee R. Stiles, Jr., Agricultural Stabil- Conservation County He called particular to the fact that the committee tiffs yea earlier than in form- They are being held third week of Sept- all agricultural corn- throughout the Na- to increase the of this important function on el- farmer-committee sys- Unique means of ad- national agrisultural and policies, the corn- the ASC county in administering the acreage diversion, conservation, and action program in they are particularly for keeping their informed about the county committee the ASCS county off- responsible for the of the various ill be by mail, Stiles and ballotts are be- each known eligible Case eligib!e voters fail a ballot through the Should request 1 from office. Generally, a tenant or share- eligible to vote if he to take part in one the programs admin- the ASC. containing marked be mailed or return- ASCA County Office 19, 1967. Ballots publictly by Committee at 10 a.m. County Office on 1. The public is in- the vote count- are the slates of for .ASC community : Community No. 1 ms, James Bell, N.E. Farris, Henry F. Hixson. J. A.. John- and Fred Ry- No. 2 - Chester Guy Bullard, Cleo Hesser. Gerald Kuhn, George W. Murphy, Charles and Clayton Rains; No. 3 ; Gerald Bil- Driskel, Nell Ham, A. Ray Henderson, Richmond H. WiN rarity No. 4 - E.L. A. Downey, Calvin MeEntire, Schneider, William Thornley, Wm. and John C. Wii- No. 5 - La- Eric Davis, Lloyd a, Gene Graves, Ho- O. Kinzie, C.L. Taylor. and Garry y No. 6- D. Clarence Harris, Jr., Dick Kirkpa- T. Liston, Kennett and J.C. Watkins. committee three re- alternates will be chairman, vice and third regular the elected ASC COmmittee will al- delegates to the co- to be held 25, 1967. The alter- will also alternate delegate to Paynes's on Atic & Walls 7-2370 Box 431 Oklahoma the convention. Delegates to the convention will elect farmers t fill vacancies on the ASC county committee and they will also determine which of the regular county committeemen will serve las chairman and vice chairman ,and vice chairman for the com- ing year. Questions on eligibility to vote and to hold office or on the election proeduce will be det- ermined by the ASC committee subject to appeal to the ASC State committee. USE THE PERKINS JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS RIPLEY NEWS By Rose Marie Hayes The Ripley school opened its doors for their fall term on Aug- ust 28. The students enrolled for their classes the week before. They have three new teachers this year, also the students are offered three new courses this year. The enrolment is around 319. Each of the classes have had lheir meetings and elected their officers and sponsors. One of the new courses is "Orientation to the world of work" only two s.chools in Okla- homa offer this to their students. Included in this is employment rends and opportunities, car- eer guidances getting md hold- ing a job and money mangement. Mrs. Dorothy Dowell is the teacher with 14 students enroll- ed. DEEP FORK VALLEY AUCTION Every Friday Night 7:00 P.M" Selling Furniture, Tools and Misc. Consign your Furniture Now. 2nd and Birch Street Wellston, Oklahoma Auctianeer, Col. Buck Cox Call L17-2411 to report YOUR NEWS I 5 Pc. Group Early American Sara Pillow Back Convertible Sofa Matching Swivel Rocker 2-End Tables Coffee Table Reg. $229.50 now $199. Cash 30-60-90 Days (No Carrying Charges) Q 30 Day Charge Easy Monthly Payments 4 Ways toBuy at Nelson's Furniture Company THERE IS SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT NELSON'S 907-909-911 S, MAIN STILLWATER FR2 5162 0 i {  '":" !: " " ::i a .,:@ /Jl .... 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