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November 29, 1962     The Perkins Journal
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November 29, 1962

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i/ PAGE 2 den THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA I Kaye and Camilla Burton. t and Doris Beane George; decore~t- Mr and Mrs Raymond MurlinI ing committee, Carolyn Little and and family of Seminole visitedi Margaret Little; program cumin- his mother, Mrs Edfth Marlin. I ittee, Ruby Bennington Schreiner Thanksgiving guests of Mr and!and Phyllis Tomlinson Rodman. Mrs Johnny Knight and familyf Conrad Schreiner led the grou~ were Jimmy Knight, Louise Ado- in sin girtg "School Days," '%)h ms, David Wheeler and Lee Ray Try-on High!" and "Auld Lang Farmers Union Plans Chili Supper The Payne County Farmers THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, LEGAL NOTICE (Published in the Perkins November 29 and December 6, 1962--2t. ) No. 53,34 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF :-,,, Donna MurllR Ti~ere were 35 attending church,, Sunday. Mrs Ethel Graves was Thanks- giving day dinner guest of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Nelson. Mr and Mrs Daryl Evans were eveni~tg guests. Visiting Thanksgiving day at Mr and Mrs Lee Doyle and fam- ily of StilIwater were: Mr and Mrs Frank Burton, Mrs Charlie Sharpton, Mr and Mrs Orval Burton and boys, Mr and Mrs Joe Burton and gi~'Is, Mr and Mrs Harold Porter and family of Tul- sa, Mr and Mrs VCayne Burton and family, Mr and Mrs Wesley Sharpton and Tony and Don Courtright. I Mr and Mrs Joe Pock and Mr and Mrs Clay Van Zandt made a trip to Oklahoma City Sunday. Sunday visi.tors of Mr and Mrs Johnny Knight and family were: Louise Adams, David Wheeler, Mary and Johnny Adams, Mr Lewis Adams and Mr and Mrs Raymond BurneR. Mr Jesse Taylor, Mrs Maude Hanks, Mrs Zella Jergenson and Raymond Nettles visited Mr and Mrs Alva Murlin and Mr and Mrs Raymond Burnett. Mr and Mrs Wesley Burton and f'amfly spertt Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Fred Stan.ton and family. Cal~)I Reed and Kay Bar.t, rum spent Tuesday nighCc with Camilla BurtoJ,. eI Mr and Mrs Paul Potter sper~ the weekend wtth Mrs Violet P~- 'ter and Sharon. Jerry Sebring and Joan Murlin Lee Ray Murlin and Janiee Tab- or, Raymond Nettles and Louise Murlin and Mr and Mrs Alva Murlin enjoyed a wiener roast Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Clifford Fruit of Bethany, were Thanksgiving Adams. Ne~t Sunday evening services will be held at ~ Creek. I,ela Innmn visited Margaret Collins Friday. Leonard Majors of Coyle was a Monday m~rning caller of Mr and Mrs John Inman. Last week Mr and Mrs John In- man, and Slmyne visited Mrs Ber- tha Ka~ich of S~roud. Mr and Mrs John McNight had as their weekend guest Mrs Mc- Nigl~t's brother. Mrs Deloris Bates and Kym of Oklahoma City/rod Thanksgiving dinner w~th her parents, Mr and Mrs John Inman and Shayne. They also spent the night. Lela Inman visifed with Edith Murlin Saturday evening. Tryon News Betty Cards The 1962 Alumni reunion was held Thanksgiving in the Tryon high school wt.th approximately 80 g~ests and members ~present. The theme of this years banquet was "Education" and this was carried out in the decorations. Programs were printed and roller, resembling a diploma. FavQrs were tiny doll heads, wearing a graduation hat. Centerpieces de- picted an alumni, "si~ting on top of the world." The evening began with an In- vocation Prayer by Barbour Cox, followed by a dinner prepared by Durra Hicks and Gladys Ri4path. Vice-president, Grover Westfall acted as Mastor of Ceremonies in the absence of president, Wayne Syne" accompanied by Arena 'Welch Jones. Out of s~t~ce guests attendirtg ,the Alumni reunio~ were, Mr and Mrs Ronald Upshaw of Norfolk, Paul Rodman of Clovis, N M. FHA Dads Entertained The Future Homemakers of America of Perk-ins high school held their ~nnual "Party~for- Pops" Tuesday night in the study hall. Approximately 100 girls and their dads were in attendance at the dinner and ;program. Miss Paula Evans presided and Miss Bettye Dickson was in charge of the program and entertainmen,t. Chapter mothers pins were pre- sented to Mrs Bill Dickson, Mrs Wendell Sadler and Mrs Thomas Roberts. Mrs Carolene Wood is the chapter adviser. Union will sponsor a free chili supper at the Stillwater fair- grounds community building on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p m. Entertainment will be furnished by the student entertainers of OSU. During the business session off- ~cers for the comhtg year will be elected and the delegates to the state convention will be elected. t Members are asked to bring in re~lutions for discussion. Emil Kastl, state secretary the Far,hers Union, will give the report of activities during 1962. Door 0rizes will be given and all members are asked to bring their neighbors and friends. Jim Wells is the cour~ty presi- dertt and Charles Porter is county secretary. Meeting Is Set PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA. In The Matter of the Estate of Thomas N. Myers Deceased. All persons having claims st Thomas N. Myers. deceased, required to present the same, th the necessary vouchers, the undersigned William Y. Perkins, Okla. in Payne Okla~toma, within four months the date hereof, or the same be forever barred. The Stitch and Chatter club meets on Friday, Dee. 7 instead of Thursday, Dec. 6. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs Golla Staicup that afternoon and; will be a Christmas party. Dont fvct or worry about a cloudy sky, Take your clothes to Beverly's to wash and dry. Completely Automatic Dated tl~is 27 day of of 1962. ]s[ William Y. A~torney: Fitzgerald & Houston LEGAL NOTIC~ (Published in the Perkins Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and 13, 1962---3.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA PhilHp Roy Fagan, ) St. and Artha Marie ) Fagan, ) Plaintiffs. ) vs. ) No. 1979(] Perkins Town Corn- ) pony, a eor, por~tion, ) ot a], ) De fendan~s ) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Perkins Town Company, a corporation, if legally exist- ing, or if dissolved and not in existence, all of its unknown officers, successors, trustess and assigns, if any; and Kate Born'hart, Ida Reynolds, Eh~ma PIancock, Rosa Scru- ggs, James Tote, William Wagner, George M. Hall, Margaret Bummer, Myrtle Bilyeu, Christianna Hall, Fred A. Bummer, Paul R. Bummer, S.K. Bummer, ]~ttie E. Fitz, Laura M. Clifton, Clarence guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Pock. Those ~ending Thanksgiving day at Mr and Mrs Grif~ Jon~ were: Mr and Mrs Earl Wrigh of Cushing, Mr and Mrs Loyd Sharpton and ~amily, Mr and Mrs James Etheridge and f~mtly, Mr and Mrs Alva Murlin and family, Raymond Nettles, Mrs Edith Mar- lin, Mr and Mrs Orvi,lle Buyer and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Kroutl and son of Newkirk and Mr and Mrs Fred Jones of StillwaCer. Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs Bill Needles were Mr and Mrs Bryne Cook and family, Mr and Mrs John Wh~ckenblick and farn- ]ly and Mr and Mrs Charlie Whickenblick and family. Mr and Mrs Joe Burton made a business trip to Alva Friday. Barbara Wells was a Thaxtks- giving guest of Mr and Mrs Char- lea Murlln nd Pat. Bob and ~ay Bartrum and Kir- by Nickles spent Friday with Moore. He welcomed the guests arid prsented the first speaker, Mr I ........... H I Jones, who spoke briefly on I[~ "Education, Our Hope." Miss Don- ] I~I L-~g~11~ 0 l I ~ I~ 1 WI#~ na MeCnacken sang "May The I 0 IP ~1"~, 02-11.A~-----l" 2"~[Ik1,1~ Good Lord Bless and Keep You,"l0 and "My. God and I." .Miss DeAnn Texolite Wall paint--was $3.69, now $2.75 gallon ~.~rmp.a~rmK aceompamed her on l~ Marine Type Woodlife--was $1.67, now $~5 quart 0 tne ptano. II, I 8-penny case cem~t coated nails ........12c pound 0 Guest speaker for the evening|l~l Vinyl asbestos adhesive .................. 69c quart I[]1 v~as Honorable Barbour Cox who II~l 2-6 X 6-8 W.P.--K.C. door with glass ........... $10.95 I~1 spoke to the guests on "EducationlO 2---160-acre Farms for Sale and Our World." IH A The in, roduction of the classes, [~ CLARA Wl~ their members and guests, preeed~ I~ Q ed the opening of the buslness[~ Farmer and Merchant meeting. I Jeane~te Carder Vassar, co-see-I' retary, gave the reading of the ~ minutes of the 1961 banquet and GIFTS FOR they were ap~oved. Newly elected officers for the 1963 meeffng were as follows: Wayne Johnson. president; Clyde George, vice-presidertt; co-secret- aries. Kathryn Jones McIntyre Outing--Dark and light colors figured and red Just Out! Your New CHRISTMAS N0.2 Long-Playing Hi-Fi Hi.Fi 331/ RPM Record Available Only, from Goodyear ServiceStoresi& Dealersi .- . $3.98 Value-- $1.00 l"Checks in colors and other sizes and dark patterns in gingham. Wool--Material in red, brown, green, black and turquiose colors Print-in plaincol0rs & figured prints Now is the time to do your .... sewing for Christmas, Simplicity Patters in Stock BLUMER'S CONOCO Phone, Perkins E. Cligton, Pearl B. Clifton, J.E, Thomtmon, and each of Cehem, if Mving, or if they or any of them be dead, then the unknown heirs, administrat- ors, exectt~ors, devisees, tru- stees and assigns, if any, of fehose who are dead; and Velvna L. Stout; and The unknown heirs, executors, administ~tors, devisees, tru- stees and assigns, immediate and remote, of David W. Tare, deceased, W.G. Bummer, de- ceased, S.M. Clifton, deceased, and Bertha W. Williams, de- ceased GREETINGS: You and each of you are that you have been sued by the Plaintiffs in the District Court o~ Payne County, State of Oklahorr~ and unless you answer the petit" ion filed in the office of the clerg of said court on or before the 10tl~ day of January, 1963 such petit* ion will be ,taken as true and judgmen.t rendered aceo~