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January 5, 1984     The Perkins Journal
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ust 25' News and Views of the Cimarron Valley A Line More I|) Ik~b Ev.n. he history making cold I II()t:(;ll'l ()F TIlE WI':I':K ; ~K~ .... "We confess to small taults only to convey the impre', sion that we have no hi,q ones." La Rochefoucauld returned Io the arctic !'l~erever it came from. Perkins, Pfl.y~e County, Oklahoma- USPS 428040 THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1984 II I I I I I I entire? grounds B Bennett Land theAlSoPresentsome][ MethodiSts1500 o! Darrell Gwartney_show.~five years of service to the'J~ ~!~,. ~~l~i~" ~i~ BAPTIST~ !iREADY. see y s , ,:~ ..~ :i :~'~ .........." " ~!. .... ': ~,~ ill .~ :~, : " ~ ;~ :~ ~ ' :'::~ =* ii Harvey Brlxey said as he was feediml it loaded with a 1,500 lb. bale of hay and cattle he decided to cheek his spring fed 55 gel drum. of water and made, it back lake to see how thick the ice was. So he to shore with no problems. That s strong drove his four wheel drive pickup out on ice. Strong ice is made by very cold temperatures. provem mt l)roje contln le on scl edvle in ilsst:ata~c~Wake" it is VOL. 95 NO. 15 e p lo I c n I~.;,,~. ;., " was re'act will be corn leted Warnings issued 208(34) ~ing a lot of thawing it ii i it,, 1 ~l~em:n Temperatures ~]~ ntet; ballots are ' up in the upper ~ L which seems almost a heat wave. They are ing about 50 degree reliable for Jalmary peratures by Thursday ,, ~ ~ school election the surface tempera- ~ ~: ,,:~:: S~~:: ~ II scheduledSChl electionSfor Tuesday,are tionsAbsenteeare availableballt appllca-for all !warmed up, it drove ~ ~ ~, frost line down and ~ ~ "~o. ~ ~ :~ ~ ~ - " 'IM January 24, and four school district voters at the ted a lot of water ......... . ' ~-~ candidates have filed for election board office. lice lines that with ..... :~:~ ~ i ]~. % ~ ' ~ Perkins-Tryon School Voters planning to be out ,d the zero weather, to Board Post No. 4. of the county on January denly freeze up. Water ~ Those who have filed for 24, should be aware of the ~. ~~. the position are: Stan time period for applying ~:r:~thtrh:e~d:f/Th~e .: lJ :,~ .~.-:~ ~ Moffat, Rt. 4, Stiliwater; for absentee ballots. App-I '~'i:''~ ~ "~ ~]~~#~-"~]f' ~' :':~'~ Dexter Bell, Box 127, llcations may be filled out kend, thawing out at ,~,io:, =l ~ .... L= : t. Jl ~::.~.Y%~:~ t thirty water lines.~;:J ~.~ ~~:~' ~ ~ ! .............. ;: CTryon; Randolph L. Perry, now and will have to be in teaks in the lines are~:: ": ~" ~ ~ : Rt. I, Perkins; and Lloyd the hands of the Election .............. . ~. : Moorman, Rt. 2, Perkins. Board by 5 p.m. on vhits'xxxxShwing up as the ~ . Alsoon the ballot willbe January 18, Wednesday . ~