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+ . USE THIS SPACE OVI'EN m ,J,oTio t Clayton News - ** ,tt ,, esn .mam,, b.,e * how_to ,t o_,  ,mr I to t all  , mends for I (  S house, h/re help, need Job, trad or ad your helping make my birthday such I Mr Bowling is helping Carl wr_e__ -- the Journal Classifie d .seetlon  the p le. , ,, a wonderful day to me. Again, II Bingaman with his electrical -- I I "$30,000 STOCK of brand new Spinet .pianceprices drastically lduced for Oklahoma's biggest -piano sale. Free delivery any- where in the state dUring sale :Entire stock shown by appoint- ment only. phone 4358 or write Mr BILl BUrden, 156 West Elm iIwater, Oklahoma -- formerly 'Stsxs of Tomorrow" Music Cen- ter. 2ch Vor Saie-- =l FOR RENT--2 bedroom house $17 Chantry St. Oontet-Arvil Neal at NeaPs Shoe shop. 2tfch FOR SALE -- Being without a washing machine is rather dif- efcult We have a nice Maytag Automatic Washer two years old that we cannot use in the home we recently moved into because there s not a special septic tank for washing machines Therefore we want to sell our automatic o that we can get a wringer type to put ou in the washhouse If you can't have your automatic washer in the house where it is convenient, then you have de- feated the purpose of them So if You have a place in your home or back porch for a good auto marie washer, we've got one to sell at a very reasonable price Th machine cost $249 00 new and we will take $85 for it or trade for a wringer type If we can't sell this machine in a week we ar going to tare it out to the wash house and use it If you want it, contact Bob Evans at the Perkins Jom'nal ':FOR---I Quallty re_ eanl Early Trltmaph wheat seed. Germination 99 Wt test, 58 pound $S75 per bu in bulk Good quality Bin Run $1,00 or cleaned in bulk $1 20 per tm. Cleaned and bagged $130 bu Forkerdeer winter oats Wt eel 115 pot.s per bu cleaned basis 91 +germnlation. Balboa RYe r ,Winer oats mixture 1 wt test $15 per bushel in ,,: Emll Kasti,l mile N, I : and  mile north of THE MHA( THAT TASTES LIKE MILK SHOI00D TASTE O- AT YOUR malte/Ovbaul In 4 HouN Hour Service On Most Jobs / TIRMS Can be Arrayed On Major Repairs Crisp's Radio and 114 S. n Phone lI t ' I --CENTRAL ,GARAGE TIACO OILS, GASOLINE and ACCESSORIES EA'rfERY --TIR SERVICE IGHT SERVI eIUA sasma l4zbm. 4N. : ..... = r., i FOR Harbine Barley$1 15 bushel. Winter oats Arkwi and clmarron $I 00 per bushel. John Rains Ph 902F3. 4tpd FOI SALE--Balboa and Tetra Polold Rye and Vetch. Ideal mixture for pasture. See Jim Tomlinson. Phone 911 2* FOR SALE--Two bedroom home. 201 East Stumbo Tel. 182, Har- old Martin Ittch FOR SALE - 150 bushel seed oats 90c bushel Contact Bob Evans at Journal office, who is selling these oats for Dennis Scott. FOR SALE - Trash Drums and oil barrels. 5 gal. oil $.00. Hub caps, new and used tires, tubes, tools, wheels, gum grease. Case of oH, $3.75. Five quarts oil, $1.00 Anthis Oil Co. 1122 W. Moses, Cushing, Phone CA 53106 __tch34 FOR SALE-Ten room home, five bedrooms, with 1 full bath and two half baths. Two floor fur- naces, double garage, four lots ln good location. Priced to sell. E. B McDaniel, ph 72 or 84 24 tfc See Jeff FOR YOUR Plumb!ng - Supplie at maenable prJees Emergency night calls will be served Phone 67 Savage Plumbing - Company LEGAL NOTICE a'ubU*hed in th Jm Jo rnal Sept. 2,8, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 196 -4t) IN THE COUNTY CO'ORT'O PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the) Guardianship of ) No. 4279 Wayne Tucker nd ) DaVid Tucker, Minors) NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR  AIPFHORrl' LEASE REAL PROPERTY To the next of kin of said minors and all persons interested: Notice is hereby given that Elbridge A. Tucker guardian of the persons and estates of said minors, has filed in this Court his Petition for Authority to Lease Real Prcrty to be lee proved for business purposes, the real property being described as follows: An undivided two-thirds (219) interest in Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), in Block D, Original Town, now City, of Stlilwater, ,layne ounty, Oklahoma, owned in equal shares by minors, said PetittqD alleging that it is deemed necessary by the guardian, in order to preserve the value of the property ad Its rental value, to lease the same to be improved for. bdnese put. poses, such lease to be for a term of not more than fifteen (15) years and upon the approval of this Court; said Petition further alleging that such .prolerty is depreciating in value for rest- deuce purses, which is its present use, and that it would be advantageou to lea  the same to be Improvel. for ess pur- poses by constructing thereon .a retail gasoline filling or service station:" . It is therefore ordered that said Petition be set for heariug on October ,. I% at. I0:0 am. in the County Courthouse at Stlllwater, Payne County, Okla- hon, In the County Court Room. before this Court, when /n may aar id show cuse, ff any they have, why said Petition should not be sranted. Witne the Judse of Sald Court and the seal thereof this 20th dY of September, 1957. MAXR TIK CoUnty Jud. (SEAL) HOEL & N, say h.k YOU" Roy E Trent Card of Tlmnks The Methodist Youth would like to thank all of those who cgntribd in any way to the Chimes prot and helped make hn a reality Anti Freeze, Tractor Gas Mr and Mrs John Emerson of San Antonio Terns, came Thurs- day evening to sPend several days with-.ler grandmother, Mrs J E Weems and his father. Homer Emerson, and other friends and relatives. zdA VOTC STATEMENT REQUIRED B THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912. AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2, A946 (Title 39. United States Code, Section 233) SHOWING THE OWNERSHIP. MANAGE- MENT, AND CIRCULATION OF THE PERKINS JOURNAL. Pub- lished each Thursday at Perkins, Oklahoma for October I0, 1957. 1. The names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor and business managers are: obert L. Evans, Perkins. Oklahoma 2. The owner is: Robert L. Evans, Perkins. Oklahoma. 3. The known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other sec- urities axe: J. L Crossman, 1615 College St., Stillwater. The average number of cop- ies of esch issue of his publica- tion sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subecribers during the 12 months precUng the date shown above was: 872. ROBERT L, EVANS Owner-Publishe Sworn to and subscribed be- fore me this 7th day of October, 1957 Galen C. Holsinger (SEAL) (My eornmission expires May 12, 1959. x ]t LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Jou- rnal October I0 and 17, 1957-2t) InN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY. STATE OF OKLAHOMA NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4274 In The Matter of the Estate of CARL F. MARTrIN, Deceased. All persons having claims a_ galnst Carl F Martin deceased, are required to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, be- fore the undersigned W. E. Mar- tin, at Stlllwater in Payne Count- y, Oklahoma within four months of the date hereof, or the same will be forever barred. 1 ^ffiDa" tedu,, this 3rd day of october, W.E MARTIN / Administrator. W. H. X, AttorneY. HOME FREEZ ER8 Smoke Gmmm L. C- Freed, M. D. Phem OFFICE 94 Residmm i PERKINS. OKLA. , I I _ _ Del Lewis Garage ALLm OF MOTeB R,CPAIKING + I +. I "+r I STRODE .FUNERAL HOME. AMB& UIVIC  weg ot  ffriiw work. Mr and Mrs John Barth of rvislted Mrs COOk and Aunt Nell Irvln Monday morning. The new oli well Haskett no. 1 is causing a few new leases to be taken this week, and a few more locations are being talked for. These fine showers hay made new vegetables Mrs Blngaman has ripe tomatoes and Mrs Busch has lettuce, radishes, turnips and green onions. An off man from Tulsa was here Friday and on his way over while stopped at a stop llght in Cushing was hit by another car doing quite a bit of damage to the back of his car. Mrs Busch visited her cousins Mrs Lester Bennett and her daughter In law Mrs William Bennett of Cushing Friday. Mr and Mrs Clifford Inghram of Vinco spent Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs BUsch and attended the Roy Clifton dance where a big crowd reported a good time. The Barth children were sad- dened to learn that their cousin Mr Reynolds of Chilocothe. Mo.. fell dead of heart trouble at Swenney, Texas. where he had gone to settle his brothers estate who too, had passed away with a heart attack a short time ago Mr and Mrs Luke Loving were called to Muskogee to see .his sister,ho was sick with the flu. ,Mrs I6vings stayed to care for her and Luke came home Mon- day. The Ripiey band was selling candy here over the weekend to benefit their band. We are.glad to hear Mr and Bob ald,are now teach lng school in California. A gtmd crowd from here attend ed the Geer sale Saturday in ', PerkLn,s. Our friends, Mr and Mrs Chas ttne also Mr and Mrs Brown s01d Mr Browns rabbits to a new doctor who has recently moved to Perkins The Browns left for a three months stay with their daughter in Ill. ffanday visttors of Mr. and Mrs Busch were Mr 'and Mrs John Barth, Stillwater, Mrs C Blnga man, Mrs Paul Busch and two sons of Cushing. Paul Busch has. been working the past two weeks for his corn pany in Louisiana. Michael BUSCh did some work at his place in Rtpley Monday. Forest +Valley C.rarden Club News Seventeen members and four guests were entertained in the home of Mrs Lodene Taylor for the regular meeting of the For- eat Valley arden club Frldy afternoon Mrs Ida Taylor conducted the business seion. Mrs Georgia Nelson read the devotional, then presented the lesson on Flower Arrangement mphasizing the Japanese effect and "'. pictures ,a. illllstra Our Milkshakes are made wltth .Real Ice-Cream Central Sundries F:LOWERS Call Stillwater Floral Co. For Your lorl Needs Fbam m-mm. II. L. ler -- Pho Z$ ". t;diwater Flor+al+ Co. New 1957 GE Automatic Washer 8AVE SIN - Now Only $149.95 Slster i II ions. During the social hour mem- bers displayed their baby pictur es and guessed who each was. Mrs Cowley had charge of th part of the program The hostess served refresh- ments of cherry pie and coffee to Mesdames Joe Etheridge, Ida Taylor, Lodene Taylor and Bob be, C-eorLa NelDn, Kennet Jr, and Mary, Oladys Newport, Mary Evans, Bertha Shaffer, Helen Carlton. Oriole Ball, Gay Clark, Ruth Courtright, Ruby Albright, Nell NichoLs, Viola Htckman, Agnes Cowley, Merne Rice. Elsie Saint and Miss Mable Wiilett The next meeting will be lff the home of Mrs Gay Clark with Mrs Ida Taylor presenting the lesson, November 1. Lost Creek Mrs. Roy E. Trent Lost Creek Gall and Brenda Prickett and Debbie and Kelly Powell spent Saturday afternoon with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Theo- dore Prickett Mr and Mrs Hugh Griffin and sons were Sunday afternoon guest of Mr and Mrs E G Hall. Mr and Mrs Karl Kriel and farrAly vited her consln and family, Mr and Mrs John Vails a'--'family near Wellston Sat- urday fternoon. Mr and Mrs S C Wallen went to Bernice Stmday and visited with Mr Wallen's brother, then they all went to Miami and visit ed Mr nd Mrs Paul Glllispla, a sister of Mr Wallen. Mr and Mrs Loyd Edmondson and family visited the Max Ed- 'mondsons Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs C O Kinzie and Patsy, also Carolyn and Janet West visited Mr and Mrs Charles lrjnzie and baby daughter in Arkansas City Sunday. Delores Overholt spent Friday and Saturday in Oklahoma City with her sister Nedra Weekend guests of the Roy Trents were their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Clark Mc- Kisick IAnda and Doug, also their son Tom of Tulsa. Mr and Mrs arl KEel made a business trip to Wellsn and Chandler Monday. Mr and Mrs Leroy Blair spen Monday evening in he Roy Trent home We are glad to know Mr and Mrs Wallen and Rickey wlU be starting home in a few weeks 'George will be stationed at Cnp Chaffee, Ark., for the next few months. Sunday evening visit'0rs in the Trents home were Mr and Mrs J E Osborne of Enid, Mr and Mrs Raymond Stratton of Hay- ward, Mrs Nona Johnson and Mrs Clara Harvey of Lucien. Mrs iVary VanOreltheysen is visiting in Elk City with her daughter and family Mr and Mrs Ray Goudy. Mrs IAbbte Franklin was a Saturday evening visitor of Mrs Golla Stalcup. Hunting Supplies " DUCK SEASON OPENS 19TH OF OCTOBER Shot gun Shells Decoys Hunting License ..... :,: Cajun Duck Calls-- -+:" '+  They call Ducks [ iillllilll illiilllll 1 il lilllllll I Why Not Take The First Step By Starting a savings account and then watch it grow as you add to it regularly. . ._. You Will Be Glad You Did. PAYNE COUNTY BANK % p*