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Perkins, Oklahoma
December 6, 1962     The Perkins Journal
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PAGE 4 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19(12 Other Editors' There must be a fair method of reapportioning the state. Just be- cause it has been done unfairly for years and big cities have been dis- criminated against--certainly they should be the first to see that small cities or counties are not discriminated against for the next 50 years. Or maybe there will be no small cities or towns in 50 years--ca will be annexed and swallowed up by superior might. --Drumright Derrick Heard a couple of people talking the other day wondering what or- ganization or group would take over the job of cleaning windows o the empty store buildings in town, removing the Halloween soup and the poliical placards. Who will take the lead? --Stroud American One of the sad facts of today is that many communities in the United States are failing ,to grow and survive because they have let ,their hometown community newspaper fall by the wayside. People have lost a large part of their contact with each other and businesses have been cu't off from direct contact with their custom- ers. And towns and cities which once lose their local newspaper rarely are ever able to get one started again because of the poor record of newspaper sup~)orL --Grandfield Big Pasture News While watching the Bellmon of Billings TV show Sunday we were sure glad to hear Henry is an old time skunk hunter. Might come in handy down around where he's going come January. --Fairview Republican Again, this year, the age old problem of how to get the hunter and land owner to work together. Among the local folks and neigh- bors there is not too much trouble along these lines, but when an outsider comes in and hunts on land before he asks or makesat- - rangemen.ts, then the trouble star~. Each year ~there are report= of livestock kil~d, fires set, crops destroyed, fences down, etc. Nat- urally the farmer does not take kindly to these goings on, and the hunter is finding is difficult to hunt just anywhere. --Dewey County News See that Dr. Ben Casey is developing some unheaRhy sym- ptoms. It's repor, ted the program may be stretched to 90 minutes. That's usually a bad sign. Ben will just get old and die Chat much faster. --Prague News.Record LEGAL NOTICE (Published in the Perkins Journal Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and 13, 1962---3tc.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA Phillip Roy Fagem,) Sr. and Artha Marie ) Fagan, ) ,. Pl.aintiffs, ) vs. ) No. 19790 Perkins Town Corn- ) pany, a coeporation, ) et al, ) Defen~ ) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Perkins Town Company, a corporation, if legally exist- ing, or if dissolved and Rot in existence, all of its unknown oCficers, successors, trustess and assigns, if any; and Kate B'arnhart, Ida Reynolds, Emma Hancock, Rosa Scru- ggs, James Tate, William Wagner, George M. Hall, Margaret Bommer. Myrtle Bilyeu, Christianna Hall, Fred A. Bommer, Paul R. Bommer, S.K. Bommer, Ettie E. Fltz, Laura M. Clifton, Clarence E. Cliton, Pearl B. Clifton, J.E, Thompson, and each of fhem, if living, or if they or any of them be dead, then the unknown heirs, administrat- ors, executors, devisees, tru- stees and assigns, if any, of those who are dead; and Velma L. Stout; and The unknown heirs, executors. administraors, devisees, tru- stees and assigns, immediate and remote, of David W. Tate, deceased, W.G. Bommer, de- ceased, S.M. Ctifton, deceased, and Bertha W. Williams, de- ceased GREETINGS: You and each of you are notifie, that you have been sued by the Plairttiffs in the District Court of Payne County, State of Oklahoma, and unless you answer the petit- ion filed in the oHice of the clerk of said couVt on or before the 10th day of January, 1963 such petit- ion will be .taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly quieting title to the following described real property in Payne County, Oklahoma, towR: Lots Two, Four, Six, Eight, Ten and Twelve, (2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12) in Block Ten (10) on "C" Avenue, in Perkins Town Company's First Addit- ion to the Town of Perkins, Payne County, Oklahoma in the plaixttiffs as joint tenants. Tha said judgment will establish the validity of three certain tax deeds, determine the heirs of W. G. B~mmer, deceased and Bertha W. Williams, deceased, confirm a I I ii'i! THE LARGEST ,. IJ CHINESE SETTLE- i i MENT OUTSIDE OF THE ORIENT WITH !fi i A POPULATION OF /i; MORE THAN 20,000, IS A CITY :i!ii WITHIN THE CITY i ii!i! OF SAN FRANCISCO. The civic groups in our area can al' , ys depend on us for cooperation. BUSINESS F~'%TH~ES Sponsored For Your Entertainment And Good Will By certain escrow agreemertt and establish delivery of said deed h~ compliance therewith. That said judgment will further determine that none of you have any rtglR, title, interest nor estate in the above land and shall bar, exclude and enjoin you and all persons claiming by, through or under you from s~tting up, claimiag or asserting any right, title, interest or estate in or to said land or lien thereon and shall quiet the title of the Plaintif~ and remove all clouds occasioned thereon, to- gether will all other proper relie. Dated this 28 day of November, 1962. [sl Rose I. Jarvis Court Clerk Fitzgerald & Houston Attorneys for the Plaintiffs LEGAL NOTICE (Published in the Perkins Journal November 29 and December 6, 1962--2t.) No. 5334 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA. In The Matter of the Estate of Thomas N. Myers Deceased. All persons having claims again- st Thomas N. Myers, deceased, are required to present the same, wi- th the necessary vouchers, before Vhe undersigned William Y. Myers, Perkins, Okla. in Payne County, Oklahoma, wilhin four months of the date hereof, or the same will i be forever barred. Dated this 27 day of November, 1962. ]s[ William Y. Myers Administrator Attorney: Fitzgerald & Houston SALES--SERVICE ~RENTAL$ ~alculators--Typewrlter~-- ---Adding Machlnea~-- FRANCIS M. PRATT Manager ~ " "~---- ~mm" P'~ i m l.rl~, so Snn~ S~,.Jb * lal,~. ~bnm" W.ntedTo -I WANTED To Buy--1 50 lot in J Perkins. I.D. Vassar. LI 7-2414 [ ] WANTED~Child care, evenings [ or weekends, Kathy Kint. In my home or outside, anytime, Mrs Aaron Kint. Phone LI 7-2698, Perkins. 2t For Sale FOR SALE--One extra good din- ing room suite. See at 210 E. Stumbo, Perkins. :tt LIKE NEW Spinet piano. Avail- able next week to local respons- ible family on small paymeRts at hugh saving. Will accept trade. Transfer and inspection arranged at no cost if you write Joplin Piano Co., Joplin, Mo. OUR COMPETITORS F~IT- URE IS MARVELOUS -- So why should you buy from us? Actually seven times out of ten we can save you 20 to 30 percent on fam- ous brands. Drive to Lloyd Lent~ Furn. Co. in Guthrie. YouR1 make real money on furniture purchases For Rent FOR RENT -- Furnished apart- meat. Available Dec. 10 323 N W 3rd. Mrs Maude Markee. Perkins FOR RENT--Apartment tn Per- kins. Call FR 4-2418, Tryon. 2 Services FARM OR RANCH LOANS FOR ANY CONSTRUCTIVE PUR. POSE. BUY LAND, IMPROVE- MENTS, REFINANCE DEBTS. SEE OR CALL LOUIS WILL- IAMS, MGR. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSO. OF STILLWATER, BOX 69 PHO. FR 2-1~1. ~C. ELECTROLUX - Authorized Fac- tory Rrepresentative. Service, Sales and Supplies. New and fac- tory rebuilt cleaners s~ low as $1U down and $5 a month. Free Demonstration - Harvey Gilbert, Stillwater, Phone FR 2-8454, 723 Ridge Road. Give Away GIVE AWAY~Two small Persian kittens. Call Kint Barnes, LI 7- 2217, Perkins. USE THE JOURNAL WANT ADS I ooeo R I\IC-3E or DRYER Of all the Christmas wonderland of gift giving ideas, none benefits the whole-family like a FLAMELESS Electric Range or Dryer. A flameless electric range will make your kitchen sparkle with new beauty and cleanliness. The whole family will be happier with the deli- c;ous meals, too, because automatic electric ranges provide pinpoint control of cooking time and temperature. Gives perfect results every time. And a new flameless electric dryer takes the worry of bad weather out of your wash days. Yes, every day is a perfect drying day. Your flameless electric dryer actually protects your clothes . . . kceps them fluffy, like new . . . retains their colors longer . . . and makes them last longer! Just load it... set it... then forget it! It also cuts ironing time in half. So gNe your family the gifts that keep on giving for years--more pleasure and better living electrically. OKLAHOMA ELECTRIC COMPANY