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The Perkins Journal
Perkins, Oklahoma
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September 28, 1989     The Perkins Journal
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PAGE 10 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, Septet.::~r ,:~ ~9 Q You are if you spend your hard-earned dollars out of town. helps every single member of this community. The Payne County Bank, Perkins longest lasting business, takes pride in being able to provide their customers with the latest in financial services, while at the same time, maintaining their friendly, small town attitude. PCB is constantly striving to assist and improve the com- munity whenever possible. PCB began in 1898 with one priority--the customer is their greatest asset. ,0 'i SPONSORED BY THESE FINE PERKINS Payne County Bank Member F.D.I.C. 202 S. Main 547-2436 \',. Perkins Tag Agency Mary Frances Blair, Agent 115 W. Thomas 547-2184 See-Mor Videos Dena Vassar, Owner 101 S. Main 547-2838 Del-Mar's Food Store Lonnie and Judy Tabor 219 S. Main 547:2555 Ken Smith's Furniture Jr. and Morine Bostian, Owners 100 N Main 547-2109 Jack Bowyer ,4 ttorney- d t-Law 135 S. Main 547-2479 Perkins Insurance Agency, Inc. Mary Morris 121 N. Main 547-2971 Perkins Builders Supply A Company You Can Trust 547-2406 1 Mile East of Perkins on Highway 33 Perkins Whistlestops, Inc. No. 1 248 S. Main 547-2976 No. 2 Hwy 177 and 33 547-2037 Chamber of Commerce "Pride in Participation" 115 W. Thomas :547'2 Rick Jarvis, Agent Farmers Ins. Group of Companies 114 S. Main 547-5126 Cimarron Valley Co-op 247 S. Main 547-2423