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October 3, 1957

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ursday, October 3, 1957 Ill iJ1211 ISIT PERKINS AND OKLAHOMA IN '57--youql enjoy it i i I Forest Valley HD Club News ADVERTISING PAY, The Forest Va]!ey Home Dem- onstration club met September 3 in the home of Mrs Clyde Matheson. Six members answered roll call. . Group singing was followed by the flag salute and repetition of the Lord's prayer. The lesson was given by Mrs Chesbro, the home demonstra- tion agent on first aid in the - -L, 1847 ROGERS SILVER Burt's Jewelry i 1,1| i1, i1, Jack Moser and Mrs Chesbro [ .. home She demonstrated several .... f wormng on their play the second useful home made articles for SENIOR CLASS ]six weeks. the sick. Marie Darby t We want to congratulate !tri- "he club members also got ....... i lyn Youngker on being chosen their exhibit together for the .t'ne semor crass put out ne,. , , we 'r' queen this year She fair. first edition of the 'Demon' this ....... " The club adjourned to meet I school year Monday and the sales represenea 'ermns as ''A queen again in the home of Mrs Roy i were good. I Sunday at Oklahoma City where Fagan. [ Next edition of the Demon wilI L she was among more than 80 The hostess served refresh-i be the first of the week "-- for the State FFA ments of dutch apple pie to thel A committee to preselect thel competing fo|lowing: Mesdames Rich Ell-senior play met Monday at noon. Sweetheart title this year at the lot. George Saint Roy Fagan, The seniors will cast and start State Fair Due to our age, we are quitting farming and will sell our farm, livestock; equipment and household furnishings at the farm (known as the Weidler Farm) located 1 mile south, 5 miles west, 1/ mile south and 3A mile west of Perkins or mile west of Olivet church THURSDAY, OCTOBER.IO, 1957 Starting At 11:00 0 Clock Promptly 160 Acre farm (NW Sec. 20-17N-2E) improved with 3 room modern house, water sys- tem and propane gas, barn with hair mow, garage, chicken house; grainery, wash- house and cellar. Land is fenced and cross fenced with some steel posts, 4 wells and windmill, good pond. Approximately 35 acres in cultivation, 70 acres open native grass pasture, 25 acres of bermuda pasture; 27 ac res serecan lespedeza. This farm is well 1Oo cated in a good neighborhood, on school bus and mail route and % mile from church.. All weather road. 50 acres of royalty sells with farm. No oil and gas lease at present time, 10% of the purchase price will be req uired day of sale and the balance will be due on approval of title. Possession will be given on completion of contract except on land where crops are growing. Possession of this land to be given when fall feed havested. Farm may be inspected anytime prior to sale day. I I I I I 29 Head of Cattle 1 JERSEY AND GUERNSEY COW, 8 YRS. OLD, WILL FRESHEN BY DAY OF SALE. 1 JERSEY AND GUERNSEY COW, ,7 YRS OLD, GIVE 4 GAL., CALF BY SIDE 1 JERSEY COW, 7 YEARS OLD, GIVING' 3 GAL. 1 BLACK JERSEY COW, 7 YRS OLD, GIVING 3 GAL. WH FRESH, DRY AT PRESENT. / 1 ROAN MLKING SHORTHORN COW 7 YRS OLD, GIV-' ING 3 GAL. DRY AT PRESENT. 5 WHITE FACE COWS, 5 & 6 YRS. OLD, WITH CALF BY SIDE 1 ROAN COW, 3 YRS. OLD, WITH CALF BY SIDE. 3 WHITE FACE HEIFERS, 2 YRS. OLD, WILL CALVE SOON I WHITE FACE HEIFFA YEAJKIANG. 1 BLACK JERSEY HEIFER, 10 MONTHS OLD. 1 BLACK JERSEY HEIFER, 7 MONTHS O/D 1 SPOTTED HEIFER, 7 MONTHS OLD. 1 ROAN STEER, 7 MONTHS OLD. 1 JERSEY HEIFER CALF 3 MONM OLD. 1 POLLED HEREFORD BULL, 2 YRS OLD. 8 HEAD OF SHOATS, WT. 150 POUNDS. Implements 1939 F--20 FARMALL TRACTOR WITH SUPER HEATER AND POWER LIFT. 2 ROW TRACTOR ULTIVATOR TO FIT F--2. JOHN DEERE VAN BRUNT 8--10 GRAIN DRILL WITH PRESS WHEEL. BIG 6 McCORMICK DEERING MOWER WITH TRUCKS HIGH LIFT 14" INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR PLOW. TWO SECTION HARROW, 12 FOOT. JOHN DEERE ROW BINDER. 10 IN GRAIN BUSTER HAMMER  A GOOD ONE. SPRING TOOTH HARROW. 7 FOOT DISC SULKY RAKE IRON WHBEL WAGON WITH GRAIN BOX IRON WHEEL WAGON WITH HAY RACK. STEEL SHOVEIAG BOARD, 4 INMS HIGH. M&M CORN PLAaNTE WITH MTIIJZEK ATrACHMF2. crops are Feed 40 BUSHEL OF WHEAT AND OATS MIXED 60 BUSHEL OATS U BALES STRAW 11 ACRES OF HEGARI IN FIELD. Household Furniture 3 PIECE BEDROOM SIITE AND MATTRESS. 1 DRESSER, I BED, 1 MATTRESS. 1 ROLL A WAY BED. 8 PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE MOTOROLA 14 INCH TELEVISION SET. 1 DIVAN, 1 PLATFORM ROCKER, 1 ARM CHAIR. 2 LINOLEUM RUGS, 12x12. 1 WOOL RUG WITH PAD, 9xlZ 11 FOOT GE ELECTRIC FREEZER GAS RANGE WITH GRILL TOP. 9 FOOT M'W REFRIGERATOR. 1 LARGE CABINET. 2 STEL CABINETS STEEL IRONING BOARD PRESSURE COOKER. WASHING MACHINE. OIL HEATING STOVE. 2 SMALL GAS HEATERS. QUILTING FRAMES. CURTAIN STRETCHERS. 2 ELECTRIC FANS. Miscellaneous Items POWER LAWN MOWER, ROTOR TYPE. , " I HAND LAWN MOWER 18 INCH. " " . 10 GUAGE SHOTGUN, DOUBLE BARRELL '" " 12 GUAGE SHOTGUN, SINGLE SHOT. REPEATING RIFLE.  REPEATING RIFLE. ELECTRIC CREAM SEPARATOR. 2 HP ELECTRIC MOTORS. II5 HP ELECTRIC MOTOR. ]8 ELECTRIC DRILL. 114 HP ELECTRIC DRILL. FORKS, OPES, CHAINS, SHOVEI, SAWS, DRILLS, TAPES, ALLEN WRENCHES, PII'E WRENCHES, PIPE JACK VISES, SHOP TOOLS AND MANY OTHER TOOLS AND ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. I II Lunch will be served by the Ladies of the Olivet Church TFAIaM: All smuns under $2..5 are cash. All sums over that anolmt m ellit of 8 months time w/ll be g/yen on llotes with lqnved securlty. Make credit erngement More day of sale. No propeiy to be remov unUl settled for. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McNaught- Owners AUCTIONEERS: Lee Kirk, DeWayne Luster and Ralph Gray CLERK: Payne County Bank Auction Bills printed by the Perkins Journal t THE PtKWS #ovIk Second Grade Monday, September 30, was Randy Hall's birthday. We sang "Happy Birthday" and all the children drew and colored pict- ures of toys cakes and foods they would like to give him. Ran dy liked the pictures quite well when he showed them to us. Second grade children drama- tized the story "Mrs Seal learns her Lesson". from one of the stories during literature period. Evey child had a part in the play. There was a lesson about mind ing our own business taught by the animals We have five new spelling words each week plus two re- view words. "Ie list is preparecL from words used mos frequently by, !second grade children. On Friday we take written test. We use he ,words orally in sen- tences. Later our list increases to ten new words per week. Workbooks for our new read- ers are now available at Gen- ital Sundries. We hope all the children will get their books soon. Financial Security Happiness And Progress are Included FREE in A Payne County Bank Savings Account PAYNE 'COUNTY BANK Perkins