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8 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, January 4, 1973 DONNA MURLIN Happy New Year to every- one. There were 36 attending church Sunday. Rev. Dave Stephenson spent Christmas vacation with his parents in Tulsa. Everyone was sorry to hear of the death of Ray Harral. Rev. Van Nickels called on Mr. and Mrs. John haman and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin Mon- day. Mr. John Inman had hisear operated on. He is home and feeling better. Those visiting in Mr. and Mrs. Grill Jones' home Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nash and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sharpton 'and family; Mr. and Mrs. Orvalee Boyer and family; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cant and family; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sutliff and family; Mr, Frank Sutliff; Mr. and Mrs. Alva Mur- lin; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wright and girls; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ethe- ridge and family; Mr. Lee Mur- fin. The Nashs left for their home in California Monday. Mr. DeWayne Courtright ~.alled on Opal Courtright Sun- clay. Congratulations to those young folks, Roy Allen Court- right and Karen Zetterherg, who were married in the Mehan Church the 29th and Sharon Willlams and Sam Jr. McLaugh- ton, who were married at Eden Chapel "the 1st. Sharon is the granddaughter of Violet Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and Elizabeth of Douglas, Wyo- ming, were here visiting her s~sters, Betty Thomas, Pauline Franklin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin and fam- ily. Lee Ray Murlin was a Wed- nesday evening dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Waltman. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hol- land called at the John Inman home Friday evening. Mrs, Loraine Winkler was a visitor Saturday evening. Dave Ches- more and Jim Taylor called Sunday evening. Those visiting with Opal Courtrighi New Year's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Courtright and girls, Mr. Frank Burton and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kincaid and family. New Year's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Inman were Rev. Van Nickels, Mrs. Frank Hillhouse and Mrs. Joe Casey, Stfllwater. A party was held at High Prairie Saturday night. Every- one had a good time visiting and playing games. Mrs. John Inman was an over night guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fite and family in Stillwater. Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Murlin were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murlin and girls of Oklahoma City; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and Elizabeth of Douglas, Wyoming; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nash and boys from Foresthill, California; Mrs. Jack SutlJff and children; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Perceful. Mr. Lee Ray Murlin spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murlln and fam- ily in Oklahoma City. Mrs. Violet Potter spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs, Paul Potter and daughter in Moor. CLARKSON BELLE WHITMORE LESTER LEE DAVIS Funeral services for Lester Lee Davis were held recently in the Strode Funeral Home. Mr. Davis died in the Stillwater hospital. Burial was in the Oak Grove Cemetery west of Coyle. He is survived by his wife, two sons, three daughters. He will be missed by his many friends and relatives. He was a kind, gentle and loving father. Mrs. Viola Van. Bebber was hostess to the following for a New Year's supper. Mrs. Hazel Van Bebber, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Van Bebber, Varina and Todd. The following helped Mrs. John Whitmore celebrate her birthday December 31st. They were Mrs. Donna Lake, Vernon and Ronald Lake; Mrs. A. L. Harshman and Bob; Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore. They all wished her many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Pearl Sherman has had the pleasure of having her four sons home with her recently. Last week she entertained 32 relatives including her son Or- ville from E1 Paso, Texas; and Jimmy and family from Inde- pendence, Kansas. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Knott onthe arrival of a new son, Donald Gene, born December 27th, 1972. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Van Beb- her and family were New Year's guests in the maternal Frank Whitmore home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harsh- man, Mrs. Erwin Knott and three sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wfl- lard Moore, Mr. and Mrs. John Whltmore and Mr. and Mrs. David Wood and family of Wil- liam, Conn. were all guests of Mrs. Pearl Sherman. LEGAL NOTICE (Published in the Perkins Journal one (I) time: Thursday, Jan- uary 4, 1973.) NOTICE OF ELECTION OF BOARD MEMBER OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA AREA VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL DISTRICT #3 PURPOSE OF THE ELECTION: ELECTION OF A BOARD MEMBER FROM ZONE NO. 5 FOR OFFICE NO. 5 OF THE CENTRAL OKLAHOMA AREA VOCA- TIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL DISTRICT #3 FOR A TERM OF 5 YEARS. FILING PERIOD FOR CANDIDATES: A candidate must be a qualified voter and reside in Zone No. Within the Area District of Central Oklahoma Area Voc-Tech School SD-3 of the Central Oklahoma Area Vocational-Technical School District #3. Candidates must file for office with the Creek County Election Board, Court House, Sapulpa, Oklahoma. The filing period is from 8:00a.m.to 5:00p.m. January 10, 1973 thrU January 12, 1973. Filing forms are available at the Creek County Election Board office. Each qualified elector in Central Oklahoma Area Vocational- Technical School District #3 has the privilege to vote for a per- son to fill this office. TIME OF THE ELECTION AND POLLIN PLACES: The election will be held in the following named School Districts on January 23, 1973, from the hours of 7:00 a.m., continuously until, and will be closed at 7:00 p.m. CREEK COUNTY L~COLN COUNTY I-2 Brlstow 1-3 Davenport 1-21 Depew 1-54 Stroud 1-39 Drumrlght 1-105 Carney 1-31 Kellyville 1-18 Klefer PAYNE COUNTY I-3 Mannford I-5 Mounds 1-67 Cushing 1-20 Ollton 1-56 Perkins 1-17 Olive I-3 Rlpley 1-33 Sapulpa 1-103Yale D--8 Lone Star D-104~Oak Grove D-1 Millay D-35 Allen Bowden PAWNEE COUNTY D-34 Pretty Water I)-56 Shamrock I-6 Cleveland 1)-12 Gypsy D-2 Jennings Said election shall be conducted by the Creek County Election Board with assistance from the Lincoln, Payne and Pawnee County Election Boards. ha the event only one eligible candidate files for said office, this election will be cancelled. |n "Peace of Mind" Country Living Cimarron Heights Co,,,,w Addttt= On Southeast Edge of Perkins LARGE BUILDING SITES---ELECTRIC HOMES 3 bedrooms, large living, carpeted, 2 car garage, electric central heat and. air, electric kitchen, electric water heating, in the relaxed country at- mosphere you will love. Perkins Schools From $17,O00. Custom Builder 407 and 503 S.E. 3rd, Perkins TOTAL ELECTRIC HOME FARM HOME & FHA 235 LOANS AVAILABLE Built by Harland EOUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 547-2823-372-5680-377"3599 Dated this II day of December 1972. s/Mrs. Caroline Hughes Clerk, Board of Education Central Oklahoma Area Vocational-Technical School Etlstrict #3 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 day of December, 1972. s/Pat Ernst, Notary Public ,,,i ,, ,,i .,i,i i ,=, .i. ENJOY EATING --' ' HOME STYLE COOKING af film HOLLAND HOUSE All Meals Served Buffet Style. Evening Buffet Specials: Monday ............ Pork Chops Tuesday ............ Chicken Fried Steak Wednesday ......... B-B-Q'd Ribs Thursday ........... Pork Chops Friday ............. Fish Nite Saturday ........... B-B-Q'd Ribs Continuous Serving Sunday 11-7 p.m. Noon luncheon Buffet 11-2 p.m. Evening Buffet S-8 p.m. Noon Buffet .................. $1.40 Evening Buffet and Sundays $1,0 1101 Children Under 10 Remember You Serve Yourself. NOBODY FEEDS YOU BETTER. 1124 South Main I I II ml 372-3322