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PAGE 6 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, January 3, 1985 DEADLINE 12 NOON TUESDAY Non-Commercial Ads Are FREE! Commercial Ad - 20 word [$2.00 minimum charge] $1.00 billing charge for non-ledger accounts. FREE ! ! FREE ! ! FREE I ! Non-Commercial Want Ads in The Journal FOR SALE MARRIAGE GOING DOWN THE DRAIN? Try a WaterbedI WATERBED ROOM, 1911 N. Boomer, Stillwater. Phone 405-377-0900 tic STOP SMOKING with Stop Easy Gum. Available at Perkin : Drug. 6.99. I I I 2t~ FOR SALE FOR SALE--1980 Pontiac Grand LeMans S.W. Slick and loaded. Book $4500, will sell for $3395. Call 377-7150 after 1:00 p.m. 14 SERVICES : NEED A PLUMBER? Call Pogue's City Plumbing Co., 918-225-4494. L. Red Pogue doing contracting or plumbing repairs. tic PIANO Tuning and Repair. Jean- hie Jack. Tuner Tech. Evenings 372-1194 or 372-5511 50tf PLUMBING PROBLEMS? Call J. D. Anderson's Plumbing and Water Well Service. 918-374-2436 tic HELP WANTED EXCELLENT Income for part time home assembly work. For info. call 312-741-84OO Ext. 963 143t* NOTICES NOTICE: The annual meeting of the Payne County Rural Water Dist. -3 will be January 8, 1985, at 7:30 p.m., " tJae,I,ion's Den at Perkins, Okla. CLASSES EXl RCISE CLASS--Begins Monday, FOR SALE--Bassinet, walker, high Jandary 7, 5:30 - 6:30, Mondays, chair, G.M. car seat, infant clothes, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Perkins and couch. Call 547-543014 Middle School Gym. $10 per month. Bring a friend, join the fun, and feel REAL ESTATE great. 405-547-2349 14-2" FOR SALE--3 bdrm, large dwell- ing. 2,000 sq. ft. has" 2 bdrm. in basement. 6 lots located at 111 First St. in Perkins. Kids can walk to school. Pop & Morn can walk to any business in town. Car port and steel fences. Plenty of shade trees. $40,500. Call 547-2253 13 FOR SALE--160 acres grasshnd, 2 : omds, 20 acres royalty. I mile south . & I t/4 miles west of Perkins. Call " 547-2458 14 :" FOR SALE--1981 Homette Mobile : Home, 14 x 70, 3 bdrm, lt/a bath, central heat & air. $11,500. Phone 547-5221 or 624-8473 14 RENTALS FOR RENT--2 bdrm in town. C I! 547-2167 between 8 & 5. 13 FOR RENT--Acreage, modern 2 : bdrm house, edge of Perkins on West French. 918-834-5845 or 547-5822 8tfc :i FOR RENT--Near Perkins, 2 bdan i m hed' $185 a month pins bills, or month wl bills paid. $175 ': deposit. 547 5140. 14'4 :' ~II" I~ ]! I: q EC[R RENT--2 bedroom house. '547,2778 14 LOST & FOUND :: LOST--December 24, 1984, small :: redl brown colored male dog. 20 to 30 pounds. Irish Setter/Cocker Spaniel : mix. "Bozo." $100 reward. 918-374-2241 14 : " : GARAGE SALES : : ARAGE SALE--I E. and 11 8 N. of ! : 'igim. Wednesday 8-2 and Thurs- ; Many good items. 14 ATTENTION: We will be showing the slides of our trip to the Holy Lands, January 2, 7:30 p.m., at Perkins First Baptist Church. All are welcome. Doris.and Ginger Sadler CLARK JONES TRUCKING SAND & GRAVEL Delivered in Bob-Tail and Semi-lmds Reasonable Rates and On-Time delivery Office: 547-2552 Home: 918-225-2471 I II SHELTON LUMBER CO. Lumber & All Other Building Materials 9th & Lowry STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA Construction Co. Asphalt--Sand--Grovel Stillwater, Oklahoma 1805 S. Perkins Road I I I |, H&K BOOT CENTER 109 N. Harrison Cushing, OK 91B-225.227B WESTERN WEAR Boots--Belts--Buckles SEPTIC SYSTEMS Septic Tanks Storm Cellars Lateral Lines Manufacturing Installation Repair General Backhoe Work BROWN ENTERPRISES Stiflwatar Perkins (405) 377-0009 (405) 547-2992 I I III ii II I I i I|NSe Office Box 842 Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076 I Ill II I I I I I I e 125 S. Main 547-5263 Perkins, OK I I I I II Central Rural Electric IUI[IIIIO A Ill'lrll AMIRICA 372.2884 Stillwater Ouahty Chekd DAIRY FOODS Enid, Okla. I:GOLD SPOT I ! DAIRY PRODUCTS CALL US FOR ADDITIONAL LISTINGS 633 N. Husband Stillwater 372-1210 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The patkins Journal, (Published in The Perkins Journal, Thursday, January 3, 1985 - 1 time) Thursday, January 3, 1985 - 1 time) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 1985 Schedule of City Meetings LOGAN COUNTY Board of Tmstrees - City Hall, 7:30 STATE OF OKLAHOMA p.m., 1st Monday of each Month ca- IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE cept September which is 1st Tuesday. OF January 7th July 1st BRYAN POLING, AN February 4th August 5th INCOMPETENT PERSON March 4th September 3rd NO. F82-128 April 1st October 7th NOTICE OF SALE OF OIL AND May 6th November 4th GAS MINING LEASE June 3rd December 2nd Notice is hereby given, in pursuance Park and Recreation Board - City l to an order of the District Court of 7 p.m., 2nd Monday Logan County, State of Oklahoma, January 14th July 8th made and entered on this 27th day of February llthAugust 12th December, 1984, the undersigned March llth September 9th Guardian of the Estate of Bryan Pal- April 8th October 14th ing, an Incompetent Person, will of- May 13th November llth fer for sale and sell at public auction, June 10th December 9th on the 15th day of January, 1985, at Fire Department - Fire Station, 7:30 L0:O0 o'clock A.M., in open Court, to .he highest and best bidder for cash, p.m., 1st Thursday m oil and gas mining lease, all of the January 3rdJuly 4th interest of said Ward, consisting of February 7th August 1st 30.0 acres interest in and to all the oil, March 7th _September 5th gas and other minerals in and under April 4th "October 3rd md that may be produced from the May 2nd November 7th following described property situated June 6th December 5th in the County of payne, State of Library Board - Library, 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma, to-wit: 2nd Monday of each Quarter The Southeast Quarter (SFJ 4) of January 14th July 8th Section Twenty (20), Township April 8th October 14th -O- Eighteen North (18N), Range Two East (2E) of the Indian Meridian, Payne County, Oklahoma; less a tract described as beginning 33 feet AREA STUDENTS TO West of the Northeast Corner of GRADUATE AT O.S.U. the Southeast Quarter (SE/4);STILLWATER--Candidates for thence West 241 feet; thence South academic degrees at the end of the 475 feet; thence East 64 feet; 1984 fall semester at Oklahoma State thence South 188 feet; thence East University number 2,305, OSU of_ 210 feet; thence North 453 feet; ficials announced. thence West 33 feet; thence North No commencement ceremony is 210 feet to the point of planned for this group, however, each beginnning, graduate will be listed in the spring Said oil and gas lease will be sold commencement program and encour- on the following terms and condi, aged to participate in graduation rites rions, to-wit: A cash bonus payabb in Lewis Stadium onMay 11, 1985. upon confirmation of the sale and Following is a list of area graduates: royalty of not less than three- Tryon: sixteenths (31 16ths) of all the oil an 1 Sharon J. Ratcliff MS gas produced and saved from sai | Mary H. Leach MS Wellston: land. Said lease to be a paid-op lease Shirley J. Mamey MA for a term of three (3) years and so long thereafter as oil, gas or other Coyle: Cynthia L. Downey BS minerals may be produced in paying Orlando: quantifies. The purchaser to pay the Thomas B. Hall BS court costs and also the attorney's fees in the amount of $600.00 in connec- Glencoe: Jgn D. Kuhn BS tion with said lease sale proceeding. Athena M. Richards BS Said sale will be held at the District Perkins: Court Room in Guthrie, Oklahoma. After inch sale, the undersigned Jay Lee Davis BS Guardian will file her return of sale, Julie E. Goforth BS Sharon N. Higgins BS which shall thereupon be heard by the Justin R. Murray BS Court forthwith and all persons hav- Michael J. Perich PHD ing objections to such sale or confir- William R. Walker PHD marion thereof, must appear and make mch objections, or mch sale will Ripley: Bryan K. Axtell BFA be confirmed and a lease executed to Kathleen P. Freeman PHD the purchaser thereof. Kathy J. Shoup BS Dated this 27th day of December, Earl D. Williams BS 1984. -O- -s-Maxine Johnston Guardian of the Person and AIRPORT TO GET NEW SURFACE Estate of Bryan Poling STROUD -- $35,000 has been F. E. McAually allocated by the Oklahoma Attorney for Guardian Aeronautics Commission for work at 702 North Main the muniapal airport here. Funds are Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 to be used to apply a seal coat to the 405-547-2476 runway, and connecting taxiway; mark -o- the runway and taxiway; and construct tie down aprons. PONTIAC BUICK GMC BUICK FORREST ROBINETT S ales Pontioc-Buick-GMC, Inc. 47OO West 405-372-1230 6th Stiilwater, Oklahoma "1 II 11,24 S. Hlin . Perldmt, Ok. 408.$47-2000 372-S4mO or Eveala & Weeheads CaNt Lindo Wilson .......... 624-1183 V'~iinia Bates .405-547-2202 Ted Mefford ...918-374-2278 DEAUTIIql/L LOT IN HIDDEN l.gO ACRES iust north of SPRINGS ESTATES east of Per- 33 and ! 77 junction. Beautiful acre- kins. Approximately 2.41 acres only age for home. Electric .available. $9,000.00 Call tacit. $I2,000. Call today for details. IUY ON NICE 2 lEO- LOTS OF EXTRAS -- Very nice ROOM, 1 Bath, Brick Veneer home. 2 bedroom home, 2-car garage. Only 5 yrs. old with heat and air. Cathedral ceiling." Built-in micro- Includes 8x I 0 storage shed. 115 wave, trash compactor, retrig. Crozier, Perkins. t[4| .DO0.O0 Stockade fence around buck yard. Covered patio. 320 N.E. Sth, Per- NATURAL Rtl~N with 3 BR, 1 kins. $$5,000.00 Baths, includes central heat cmd air, privacy fence, beautiful trees in from yorcL $$5,000. 416 S.E. 2nd, Gt~)lD PRICE ON HEW UST- Perkins. ING -- 3 Bit brick home with CNUII~H/CNILO CARE PRO- central heat & .air. 41,000. 424 Eaton Drive, Perkins. PRIC[ TOOAY I TOTAL EUR;rNI~ ~ 1R home ONE LOT IN HIDDEN with energy m "vigO hem immp, .in- 1Pl ll lt ESTATES emt edPer- ing, 6 ft. cedar fence and ceiling ,on ,,.~ 1o. o.. ~.. ,~- ,~ ~.'ff~. ,~,.~: kins, $3,S00. D Dave Goodrich Real Estate 205 S. Main # Stillwater 372-8776 Evenings and Weekends. 372-7014-- t Mt r Located at 213 East Thomas, Perkins. Reduced Owner anxious to sell. This home is warm and cozy. Has a huge xy kitchen where all the family can gather and enjoy. .large living room with fireplace to sip hot chocolate on a cold night. It has central heat and air, dark room facilities in utility large yard with pecan, sycamore and other shade trees. way to garage. Please give us a call for showing. 602 Sharp Circle, Perkins-- Reduced Price to $53,950. My Heaven. This is a cutiet One of Perkins' best and priced in the $50's. Loads of wallpaper and fresh paint. Vacant and ready into. It has 3 bedrooms, large kitchen, a utility and sewing room a cozy fireplace in living room. This is all electric and sets on a lat lot on cul-de-sac. It needs only one thing and that is a ly. Call for an appointment. (A ORDER NOW "True Tales" by Randle Perdue Collection of true hunting and fishing Send Check or Money Order To: IWLA, Box 544, Stillwater, OK 74076 In the Amount of $6.96 for each book (Includes tax and postage) Available at Caravan Books, 622 S. Main, Stillwatet - 624-2112 SALES SERVI( 405-372-7860 HOMES l 2220 East Sixth St Ms Stillwater, Oklahoma Acid Rain eats away at the vitals of our nation: Soil,i Water, Air, Wildlife. Join in the Crusade against it by ing t e: Izaak Walton League P.O. Box 544, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076 Phone 405-624-0361 .~ Hosts Family Dinner Rodeo is all set up for the 3rd and] with the stock furnished by the M* Mr. and Mrs. Bob Evans and Lloyd hart Co., from Shawnee, Oklaho osted a Christmas eve dinner in their Anyone interested in the aome. A pot luck dinner and Elub can contact one of the Christmas tree were enjoyed by Mr. or attend the meetings that are and Mrs. Phill Hughes, Matt and the second Thursday of each Chris of Jenks;Joel Evans, Okmulgee; at 8 p.m., at the arena in the Ms.Judy Lacy, Lahoma; Mr. and Mrs. house. Wayne Allen and Billie; Mr. and Mrs. Phill Hughes; and Mr. and Mrs.John Bower, Johnny and Marsha, all of Perkins; Mr. and Mrs. David Lara, Alyshea and Jason of Tryon; and Mr. and Mrs. Ran Rakes and Angela and Mrs. Ghdys Garrison of Stillwater. Christmas Eve morning and lun- cheon guests were Mr. and Mrs.James Patrick, James Robert and Danielle of Barusdall and Judy Lacy of Lahoma. -O- CHRISTMAS GUESTS Those enjoying Christmas Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lucas, Keeua and Greg in Tulsa were: Mr. and Mrs. Ludie Smith and Lantz; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shropshire; Mrs. Florence Sewell from Oklahoma Ci- ty; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack, -0- HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Carol Wall returned to her Checotah, Friday afternoon after q ing spent the holiday with rela ere. Christmas Eve guests of Eph SAT and Florence Wall were Mr. and """ Charles Wall, Allan, Robert and~ 7 tar Wall, Carol Wall of Checo~30 David Wall of Tulsa, and Judith u -'" bajal of Tucson. J Judith Carbajal returned to home in Tucson, Arizona, Christ evening after visiting here for a with her mother, Florence Nel Wall and other relatives and friel Callers in the home to visit Juditll during the week were: Nelson, Mrs. Joe Alexander, D and Nathan, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and Penny, Lynn Wa0 and Ann Simma of Ripley, 13o Simma of Pawnee, Jerri Arthur I Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. Malcom of Sand Springs, Marilyn Wo~ Wellston, and Mary Jane Wall. Mrs. Richard Nelson and Jes~ Arlington, Virginia, and her mad Mrs. Pauline Faudree of McAle~ spent two days early last week Florence Nelson Wall, while Juq Carbajal was here. Alice and ) were in Oklahoma for the funeta Alice's grandfather at Atoka, so ~# here Jesse also looked at colleges, sidering coming to school Oklahoma next year. -0o NEW REolDENTS Those who have placed deposit water service at the city building ing the past week are: Diane McOI ny, 408 East St., Apt. B; Rid McCullough, 23 Timberline DI Larry Brawdy, 322% South M James Brawdy, 216 NW lst; Bell ty, 216 West Freeman; Model Screen Printing, 104 West Char Jeff Baker, 1102 Sharp St. and D Rains, 909 Pogue Street. Shameka and Kimberly from Yukon; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Snu'th and Peggy; Mrs. LindaJarvis and Branddon; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arthur from Perkins; and Mr. and Mrs. David Lucas from Lawton. -0- ROUNDUP CLUB ELECTS '85 OFFICERS Members of the Perkins Roundup Club met and elected officers for the new year. Those elected were: President--Jack Lightfoot; Vice President--Phillip Rush; Secretary--Mary Silver; Treasurer--Gene Hall; General Manager--Dean Silver; Arena Director--Mike Moorman; Board of Directors--Roma Price, Steve Moor- man andJ. B. Rush; Parade Marshall- -Cecil Leach; Reporter--Ramada Price; Concession Mauager--Linda Leach; Queen-in-Waiting--Elizabeth Cole; and Princess--Linsay Hall. Queen Teresa Lile will turn her crown over at the 4th of July Rodeo to Sherry Craycraft, the Queen-in- Waidng for the '84 year, then Elizabeth Cole will take her position as the Queen-in-Waiting. The first reguhr meeting will be March 14. At this time plans will be made for playdays, trail rides, and all activities for the year. The 4th of July