Newspaper Archive of
The Perkins Journal
Perkins, Oklahoma
January 2, 1997     The Perkins Journal
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 2, 1997

Newspaper Archive of The Perkins Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2023. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

THE PERKINS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1 Classified Ads Are Only $5 Deadline Is Monday by 6 p.m. Call or FAX 547-2411 I Lecil Bicket Broker Global Realtors 131 N. Main, Stillwater Office: 405-624-2626 411 Newport: 4 Bedroom, 1 l/2 bath, close to golf course. 100% financing. Call Debbie at 372-6809. 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, fenced yard. Call Debbie at 372-6809. 203 N.E. Fourth: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage with shop building. Lots of extras. Call Debbie. Three Bedroom:'3 Bedroom home, 1 1/2 bath with lots of extras.100 percent financing available. Call Debbie Clinesmith at 372-6809. 128 Payne; 3 bedroom with den, close to golf course. Call Debbie at 372-6809. 1005 Lewis;.3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, privacy fence, 100% financing. Call Debbie at 372-6809. For Rent; 1 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced yard. Call Debbie at 372-6809. Three Bedrooms- 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, on small acreage. Perkins schools. Call Floyd at 377-7412. 212 W. Thomas: 2 bedroom starter home. Totally remodeled. Call Debbie at 372-6809. We've been building, buying and selling Perkins For Over 25 Yemsl *Acreage 140 acres with pond; south of Perkins Beautif 1 Beautiful 3 home with formal dining room, fireplace. Loc t i rn' ffiet neighborhood in Perkins. Only 6 blocks from Cimarron Trails Golf Course. $90,900 Sportsman's Paradise 400 acre sportsman's paradise frontage. *Near Golf Course Nice 3 bedroom, 1 1/ $54,500. east of Perkins, one mile river near golf course. ,100 % financing available 3 bedroom, brick horlt l L ghborhood. $43,000. 513 S.E. Fourth 124 South Main .Perkins 405.547-2000 405-372-5680 )RIVERS WANTED LEGAL SERVICES DRIVERS WANTED. E.L POWELL & SONS, TU LSA, OK, We offer late model equipment, good ~nsurance, mileage paid. One year verifiable flat bedexperience. 1-918-446-4447. 1-800-444-3777. FOR SALE HAROLD IVES TRUCKING NEEDS MATURE IN- DIVIDUALS to enter our training program. Call 1- 800-654-8706 for complete information. Experi- enced drivers call: 1-800-842-0853. DRIVERS. NOW HIRING TEAM DRIVERS. Expe- rienced & Inexperienced drivers. We offer: Great ~ay & benefits, Consistent miles, Job stability, Rider ~rogram Swift Transportation 1-800-258-0035. ieoe-m/f) .. =i FREE INEXPERIENCED DRIVER TRAINING. ~,ous=n9 provided, no contract, Arrow Trucking Company ts recruiting students and experienced drivers Glass starts January 13. Call toll-free i 888-277-6937 DALLAS CARRIERS DRIVERS, We appreciate you working hard to deliver America,s freig hr. Happy Holidays!! If you are.not driving for us call 1-800-727.4374. EOE, DRIVERS. CALL! US XPRESS IS HIRING. No experience required. Top pay, executive benefKs and Freightfiner conventionals, 1-800-374-8379. , Minimum investment for trainin9. EOE. M/FN/H. DRIVER..OWNER OPERATOR AND COMPANY. Driver opportunities pulling van frailers available at DALWORTH. Operat~ regionolly in 8 states around Texas/Oklahoma. Call 1.800.333.3064 for infor- mation. ATTN: EXPERIENCED TRUCKDRIVERS DRIVE TO OWNI!I $0 down/80 all miles. Ownership possible in 18 months, Average 10,000+ miles/ month, Company Drivers: Newer Equipment. Competitive pey/beneflts. Call: New Apple Lines. 1-800-843-8308 or 1-800-843-3384 Madison, SD. Mon-Fri. 8-5PM Central. Callfl! BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FINANCIAL SERVICES DRIVERS - RUN WITH THE BEST. 48 STATES NO CANADA. Paid benefits, rider program, paid weekly Need class A CDL with one year OTR Oklahoma Terminal 1-800-224-6796 HEALTH SERVICES STOP! YOU ARE ABOUT TO READ SOME. THING EXCITING. Average 1850 miles/trip. Top trainer earns 70K, top teams 100K Experienced drivers 1-800-441-4394, Graduate students 1- 800-338-6428 CHURCH SERVICES DRIVERS EXP, O/O, RECENT SCHOoLGRADS. Builders Transport is nOW hiring in your area for you ,.,w~, flatbed and dedicated fleets Call today: 1-800.762-1819. LUMP SUM CASH NOWIt! We buy your insurance settlement, annuity, or lottery winnings. Payments forcashl Quick closings. 1-800-338.5815extB00. SDEBT CONSOUDATIONS$. Cut monthly pay- ments up to 50-50%. Reduce interest. Stop collec- tion calls. Avoid bankruptcy FREE confidential help NCCS non.profit, licensed-bonded. 1-800-955- 0412. LUMP SUM CASH NOWIt We bw your insurance settlement, annuity, mortgage notes, or lottery win. nings payments for ashl Quick closings. 1-800- 338-5815 Ext 800. NOTICE : Perkins animal control has availabe for adoption three (3) female puppies. Their mother is a Cocker/Terrier mix, father is un- known. They were born approx. November 13. Afee is required for these cuties 1/2 nc THANK YOU : Headstart would like to THANK the Perkins busi- nesses for the money donated to Headstart 1/2 nc PERSONAL : Single young woman non -drinker / smoker. Likes to dance, loves the country and kids, sporting events, interest too numerous to mention. Must like to fish. Would like to meet single male age (29-36) for friendship and companionship. Would like someone local Write P O. Box 338, Perkins, Ok. 74059 1/2,9 pia. FOR SALE : 90 gallon propane system for pickup $ 300.00. Call 405-547-5894 or 547-5900. 12/5/tfn. FOR SALE : Oak firewood-l/4 split, $ 40.00 rick delivered. Beanie Sadler 547-2231 10/31-11/28 chg. FOR SALE Console/Spinet pi- Guaranteed Loans $50-$580 You must be 18 years of ase or older. Have verifiable employment. Net $400 per month. Have vediitable reskSeacy. Nave photo ID. We're open SMurday's Noon. FRONTIER LOANS 5ZZ N. Perkins Road Stillwater 405-624,-6240 i anD for sale. Take on small pay- ments. See locally 1-800-343- 6494. 11/28 pia. FOR SALE : 1994 Ford Explorer 4 door black sports rack, power door locks and power windows 39,000 miles excellent condition call 405 624-1216 11/28 fin HELP WANTED: Teacher's As- sistant : Perkins-Tryon Schools will be accepting applications through January 10 for an assis- tant in an altemative school set- ting. Contact the supenntendent's office, 405-547-5703 112 chg. HELP WANTED : Whistle Stop now hiring full and part-time. Full time starts at $5-$6 per hour. Ap- ply at Whistle Stop #2, Highways 177& 33. 4/25 tfn chg. FOR RENT: Two bedroom home, new carpet, tile and paint. One block from Bank, Post Office, Gro cery Store. Call Keith 405-372- 3939 112,9 chg. WELDING : GM Welding, US 177 north of Perkins. All kinds of weld- ing. If it's made out of steel. I can fix it. Gary Mercer 747-1947 8/22 ,fin Diamonds--Colored Stones--Bridal Sets Wedding Bands--Watches Giffs--Clecks 708 S. MAIN, STILLWATER, OK 74074 - (405) 372-3041 "Serving Stillwater and Area Since 1964" KENT & ANNETTE KINZlE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CLAIMS: SAUNDERS & SAUNOERS ATTORNEYS AT LAW. NO RECOVERY-NO FEEl 14100-251k854 WOLFF TANNING BEDS. TAN AT ROBE. Buy direct and'SAVE! Commercial/Home un~ from $199.00. Low monthly payments. FREE color catalog. Call today 1-800-842.1310. STEEL BUILDINGS SALE: 30x40x10, $4,629; 40x60x14, $8,192; 50x75x14, $10,990; 50x100x16, $14,598; 60xl 00x16, $16,680. Mini-storage build- ings, 30x100, 20 units, $9,692. Free brochures. Sentinel Buildings, 1-800-327-0790, Extension 79 LOCAL CANDY ROUTE. 30 Vending Machines. Earn apx. $800 per day. All for $9,995. Carl 1.800- 998.VEND DIABETICSI (USING INSUUN) Did you know Medicare (or insurance) covers most supplies? Save money- call 1.800-633-2001 Liberty Medical - Satisfaction Guaranteed. No HMO Members Mention 251010, JOHN 4:23 WORSHIP 1"14E FATHER IN SPIRIT. If the Holy Spirit is showing you a worship center, Write Christian Worship, Box 1426, Mesa, AZ 85211. Cindy Long is School-to- Work Coordinator for CCOP Cindy Long, Stillwater, has been hired as the School-to-Work Coordinator for the Cimarron Career Opportunities Partner- ship (CCOP). She was intro- duced Dec. 10 at a reception at the Stillwater Chamber of Com- merce, Kent Metcalf said. Metcalf is the CCOP co-chair and director of economic devel- opment at the Stillwater Cham- ber of Commerce. Long will assist schools and committees to develop, imple- ment, and evaluate school-to- work activities in CCOP's area. This area includes Agra, Fron- tier, Carney, Coyle, Glencoe, Guthrie, Meridian Technology Center, Morrison, Mulhall.Or. lando, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Perry, and Stillwater. The local partnership is oper- ating from a grant awarded through the efforts of over 30 CCOP volunteer-partners, Metcalf said. It is one of the 41 local school-to-work partner- ships in Oklahoma approved by the State School-to-Work Office this fall. As coordinator, Long will help educators, business, industry, parents, and students to under- stand and implement the school- to-work initiative within each partnership community, Metcalf said. Cost of sentencing reform due By Jim Campbell OPA Capitol News Bureau Projected costs of truth-in-sentencing able by mid-December, giving supporters hopes year. Under the new proposal, most prisoners would 85 percent of their sentence. Bob Ravitz, Oklahoma County public defender and Truth-in-Sentencing Policy Advisory Commission puter program which was expected earlier this The software will allow the state to figure costs the state early release program - which is designed t01 crowding. Three murders last summer by a convict on new calls for the repeal of the early release Ravitz said he wants to know costs not just out. He has said he does not believe the program without some kind of additional revenue. Legislators said last year's effort to pass a similar partially because there were only "wild ing from $200 to $400 million a year. HHH Oklahoma is preparing to deliver clean air rea, even as the state faces major hurdles over quality standards. The first group of Oklahomans will be going to South ary in a partnership of state private companies. The operation should create export opportunities goods, while helping the Asian nation develop years of industrialization. The U.S. Agency for International Develo the partnership a $150,000 grant which will be participants for a total project fund of $600,000. "We believe this is a winning situation for both and the Oklahomans they employ, as well as facturers that will benefit from our knowled Gov. Frank Keating. While Oklahoma might seem an edge, the state enjoys a good reputation in strong relationship with South Korea by Oklahoma's 45th Division during the State ageacies involved are ity, Office of the Secretary of the Commerce. Other partners are Oklahoma State versity of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Center for Manufacturing, Asia-Pacific Environmental and stitute and the firm of Roberts/Shornick Department of Commerce will administer the HHH At home, tough ozone and free dust standm Environmental Protection Agent) million. Counties who are currently in compliance with are now expected to flunk, invit/ng psmdt/I nomic recruiting as well as public welfare, Higher costs could include l ormulated a gallon more, tougher inspections for vehide 1 systems on gas pumps. Fierce lobbying by local governments and derway and Congress may well turn down the EPA announced the in z'U to a American Lung Association. The EPA says they lives a year. 10 HOMES to train factory SIDING and Under supe o SAVE BIGI NO GIMMICKS! Name Address City Other Cut and mail coupon today - -.~ BETTER HOMES REMODELEI~= P.O. Box 701923, Tulsa, TOLL FREE 1.800.447.7/08 State Best time to contact: (; Phone (Reprinted from the American Bankers "No businessman in any town newspaper published in his town to g name and address being mentioned its columns. "This does not mean you should half or even a quarter page ad in eacl paper, but your name and business mentioned, even if you do not use two-line space. "A stranger picking up a able to tell what business is by looking at the hometown newspap best possible town advertising. "The man who does not advertise does an injustice to himself and to the man who insists on sharing the comes to town, but refuses to not a valuable addition to any town. town depends on the live, wide-awak; advertising man." Call The PERKINS Rick or Kathy Clark for an efft ive and plan In your home owned and operated 547.Z4tI .12ZS. M=dn .Peddm