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Perkins, Oklahoma
December 7, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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December 7, 1967

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]PERKINS (OKLA.) JOURNAL THURS., DECEMBER 7, 1967 IPubtlst,ed every ThursOl by the PERKINS PUBLISHING COMPANY 133 S. Main Street Perkins, Okla. 74059 P.obert L. Evans, Managing Editor Yvonne M. Evans, Office Manager From Page One that we can remember, there is not a Chrysku" se:ting SUBSCRIPTION RATES $3.00 a year in Payne, Lincoln anti Logan Cour, t ies $4.00 a year if sent out of the above mentioned counties Second Class postage paid at Perkins. Oklahoma, 74059 Louis G. O'ttaver Harland B. 'ells Daniel D. Draper Jr. Chairman of the Board Co-Publisher and Editor Co-Publisher and Editor Ill I I1[I I IIIIIII IIIII I Subscribe To The PERKINS JOURNAL Do It Todav ,IIII ] II[ I IIII STYLES & SIZES FOR EVERYONE  OICW,IN Men's House Slippers Priced From $2.88 to $5.88 outside the bank deer. Delbert Butlcc is driving an Oids this year. Guess it does:ft h,.ut to switch bra'nds once il a v,ili'.e, Delbert said he and Mayor Ir- win were all turned around on direction when they left the Student Union industry an- nouncement party "Fhtu'sd:D'. I accused them of scooting up to the cider bowl once 1oo often. but dotibt if that was it bccau.e the cider wasn't even fermeited yet. Ilarry Savage was tellinod Noah Baker about his early pair of shoes when he was a youngs- ter just settling this country south of Perkins. When Harry was 7 )'ears old his father and mother were try_ ing to prove up their farm south of Perkins. and times were rough. Harry didn't have a pair of shoes and the black wooly worms were thick, and stinging his feet time after time. and he would cry fro rathe sting. His dad would not believe the worms could sting until one got on his hand and stung him. Ilarry said his dad went to Perkins, very soon and bought the boy a pair of shoes. To his Take Advantage of this Pre-Christmas- SALE Free Gift Wrapping Ladies' One Group House Shoes  Men's Shoes Reg. 2.99 to 5.99 1 Values to 14.99 $1.88 to $5.88 I $6.98 to $9.88 Shoes on Rack Childrens Shoes $2.88 2 pr $5.00 SHOES SHOES $4.88 Ladies Shoes (reg. 4.99-12.99) Now$3.88 to $9.88 ONE TABLE OF ODDS & ENDS Large SelectionIdies Handbags. Save one half to one third Mesh and Plain Stitch Hose, four Pairs $1 9 David s Shoes 918 S. Main IJ[I l_ ] I ] " 3 F R7-0gL ill .... i disappointment they were too small, and tIarry had to Dut them on the shelf until the en:ire family came to town three m..mths h:le,c and exchanged tl:m f,r a larger p:'ir. And )-ou!:fst;u's take shoes for granted these duys. QUAIl, YOU KILL MAY BE CII.ECKED Be patient if someone checks the quail in your game bag or c,ee! this season. The age of quail is one tool biologists use to try to provide you better huptin and fishing, according to Dr. Bill Altman. OSU Exten- sion Wildlife Specialist. Your quail are more apt to be checked if you hunt on one of the public hunting areas n-aintained by the Wildlife De- partment. Other 3'ears, some lmnters were asked to send quail wings to 1he Oklahoma State Uni\\;,ersity or to the Wildlife De- partment. When checking quail, a bi- ologist sorts the birds into groups of males and females. This gives information about the ra- tio of cocks to hen birds killed. Biologists are also interested in the ratio of young to adult birds in the bag -- so wings are checked to determine ages. Certain feathers are used in de- termining the age of birdS. Trained observers can tell you just about when the bird was hatched. A cheek in the early part of the 1964 season showed that a- bout 72 percent of the quail harvested statewide were young birds. Some 52 percent of these were cocks. Figures vary a little from year to year. But quail are short- lived, and quite prolific. They have a rapid turnover. Hence seasons should be set so hunt- ers can harvest surplus birds in the fall or winter. Disney Promoted CAM RANH BAY, VIETNAM-- Michael D. Disney, 19, son of E. R. Disney, Cushing, was pro- moted to Army specialist four, November 9, while serving as a mechanic in the 128th Signal Company near Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. His mother, Mrs. Ruby M. Disney, lives at 529 S. Utica, Tulsa. ENTERTAIN3IENT ]VEEK AT THE DEC. 7 " N LEACHMA. 'IVATERHOLE NO. 3" * James Coburn ':: Joan Blondell ::: Margaret Blye AGGIE THURS.-TUE. "REFLECTIONS IN A GOLDEN * Elizabeth Taylor * Marion Brando WED VTItUNDER ROAD" * Robert Mitchum * Gene Barry PLUS "TRACK OF THUN [ CAMPUS TItUR.-TUES "WOMAN TIMES SEVEN" * Shirley MacLaine * Michael Caine * Peter Sellers WED. "TWO WEEKS IN SEr'l."-- * Brigitte Bardot , (Mature Audience, EAST 6th DRIVE-IN THUR.-SAT "CASINO ROYALE" * Peter Sellers * Ursula Andress * David Niven SUN-TUES "BIG MOUTH" * Jerry Lewis * Susan Bay WED "OUR MAN FLINT" * James Coburn * Gila Guian PLUS "IN LIKE FLINT" * James Coburn * Lee J. Cobb OF THE HUNDREDS OF THRIFTY people who bank regularly with us, we don't know one person who regrets having the HABIT Start Your Account Here ..... O And may we remind You of our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES t Payne County BaPlt Member F.D.LC. Perkins, []