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JOURNAL-THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 ,1997 PAGE- 13 can and your life. Santita Jackson and the Resur- rection 12hair. A stirring and impressive cer- emony. Following the Inaugural lun- cheon in the Capitol, the Presi- dential party made its way to the Larry White House. There they re- viewed the Inaugural parade: Wall, A1 The theme was "Salute to Our Bur- Journey." They attended many around of balls--14 in all. We wish every success to the leaders of our great country. are ***** are right at Pull; others going down- hear one a sure wrong You cannot help men perma- nently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves. Most of the regular musicians regularly came to entertain Monday--also Garnett Sadl r, Cushing; Bud and Erma Smith, Crescent; Vic Metzger, Stillwa- ter; and Jim Music, Cushing. It's been a long time since these spe- cial people have played for us. Don't stay away so long next time. We miss you. Hostesses with the Mostest-- Flora Cundiff and Edith Cretsinger served 94 guests and 15 musicians. Thanks, gala! Bonnie Blumer, Phyllis Cook, Anne Smith, Imogene Spurgin and Gerry Allen all brought ex- tra. All of you are appreciated-- thank you! Some of our family was home cotton, and paper, bug chunks, food, plants, tree leaves, ash, microscopic spores of fungi and single-celled animals, and a lot of unidentifiable odds and ends mostly natural and organic. It will glow in the dark, grow mushrooms. The majority of the stuff comes from two sources-- people--exfoliated skin, hair; and meteorites--disintegrated as they hit the atmosphere. No kidding, tons every day falling to the earth. So what was behind my bed, TV set and desk is mostly stardust and me--so if you eat the mushrooms, you'll see stars. We are the stuff of stars. YEPI And there behind my desk, recombining with the stuff of the universe into who P.O. BOX 842 STILLWATER, OK 74076 0842 405-372-3367 -, ! .... aen- Let's see what's going on! sweeter, soning uzunice was "-ent Events ***** Mix ingredients and heat thor- . ~W4tL , ? Gore V.P by M....Io.. ..... Have ou ever moved Most oughly. Add sauteed onions and - lnsburg; - otus nave. uur latest move was sliced canned mushrooms if you 'L .. ~ J~1UII'J.:I,~ JLILI~IIb 11 UIII ~'*,:/ oy dessye "eh, =,!o,, .Io,, 9._q' M ,st=r,, a blow to my self image. I like. Delicious with green salad !amstered toDinner 5 "m thought I was fairly clean and lent) by Jus- Tuesda ,P eb 4--County As tidy,, the furniture wasloaded. I and garlic bread--mmmmm! rcP a rdeiii. . m 6rke du ! m - nta]!tewr :rwef g el . u.r_e ood, Maynard,***** . . Till we meet again, dear friends, I wish you peace and - -. cornbread, stew, beans and des- love. reading by sert Stuff--gray--fuzzy--grody-- nediction b " ' " " Y Anril 8--Senior Bus Trin to the STUFF ---look at that, I think. Pastor of the" h i .L , Zoo and Cowboy Hall of Fame What would t _e ne ghbors rooK- ***** think? What would my mother Anthem say? I move particles of wo~l opra tic l .' linic s Ill Still' rate] ' has opened a chiropractic His studies were interrupted in 1995 when he battled Hodgkins disease. After recovery, 3pra tic Clinic is adjacent to Dr. Cooper finished his student program. Clinic, owned and operated He said he feels his bout with serious illness at 206 S. Main. has given him a better understanding of pa- great aunt was a forerun- tient needs. i Under supervision- fully guaranteed Complete insulation included! SAVE BIG! NO GIMMICKS! I Cut and mail coupon today. No obligation BETTER HOMES REMODELERS | P.O. Box 701923, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74170-1923 I TOLL FREE 1.,800-447-7708 Name | Address -- II rl What a beautiful day! I thought of the shovelers during over the weekend--had some hot. knows what--quietly, I have a the recent snowy wintry sequence games andlotsofg odnew respect for the nooks and that I w ll weather---I know they were food. We had fun, fun, fun! Spe- crannies of my very own room. eofficeofthe blissfully happy. Me? Ididn't cialbunch,"surenufi" AfteraU, it isn't dirt. It's"cos- II |al fited States go near that beautiful white ***** of my abil-stuff--just looked through the Our grandson, Sgt. Justin mj,c, compost." Sure it is. i , and defend window, safely warm in my cozy Johnson, and our gr mddaugh- A quick mild spaghetti sauce Subway has moved into Jack Griffith'$. I the United huse" Nt a nw bunny' n' n' ter' Alissa' had a CAP (Civil Air can be made bY using cked' [ [ no!--although our Deanie did Patrol) SARX at Stillwater and drained hamburger. Come join our celebration auguration make a bunny made of snow in didn't join us until Sunday. Cook: 1 -0-97--pre- our front yard. Now he--she-- Great kids. We as seniors should 1 to 2 lbs. hamburger until gray a'ine Band; it has gone where all good snow .remember--the bird with a bro- 1 to 2 cans family-size tomato I Y Graham; goes. . ken pinion never soared so high soup Children of***** again, but its song is even 1 to 2 envelopes spaghetti sea- "I think the greatest attribute of the chiropractic profession is the way it works directly and indirectly with the nervous sys- tem to stabilize each and every function of the body," he said. "The spinal column is the switchboard through which impulses must pass. "Whether the interference is gradual or trau- matic, conservative methods have proven to be a cost effective approach, rm very excited about the advantages of gentle chiropractic care. I look forward to working with Stillwa- ter and area residents." City State __. Zip __ I Best time to contact: (a.m.) ...... (p.m.) I Other Phone | MAIL COUPON TODAY! Imml IIIIBII Ilmll IlBI= BIBII II1~ II1~ Imlll IllllBI IIIlll IIIBB ~ Illll IIBIBI I~B IIIml iBIIBi SlIIll iBlll i~ mm =m= IIIII B1 1 III 1B Bm ~11B ~ BI ~ Ill BB BIB Bill 8 pomo Thursday, 5 p.m. - January 23 Friday, 11 a.m. =3 January 24 Restric~ions may apply. Not valid with any other offers. Participating stores only, LI iiIiiiiiiillllll RIJ CAR GUN HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS MISCELLANEOUS LOCATION: 403 N,E. 4th Street, Perkins, OK Saturday, January_ 5, 1997 Beginning at 1:00 p.m. (regardless of weather) 1979 Coupe DeVille, 2 door, 1 owner, Runs Good - Well Maintained. GUN care in Oklahoma, gradu- Parker Chiropractic Texas. His wife, Jennifer, at the college. schools and graduated State University in 1990. Stillwater after graduation of chiropractic care and be- in health care, being encour- retired chiropractic physician in this challenging field, 2hiropractic College, in and attended spe- TMJ, pediatrics and on The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The telephone number is 743-4340. Winchester 30-30 Rifle PECIAL NOTICE TO HOMEOWNERS le of State Question 677, Assessors across the state are preparing to on the appraised value of homestead property belonging to all qualified age 65 or older and have a gross household income of $25,000 or less. must be at least 65 years old on January 1stand have an income of $25000 SOurces which includes Social Security, interest, wages, dividends, rent, and even though it may not be taxable for income tax purposes. be made through the assessor's office in the county where your homesead of income such as W-2 and 1099 may be required Federal and State not be sufficient. NTU The filing period is January I to March 15 only. tions cannot be accepted any other time. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Ethan Allen Dining Room Suite - 2 captain's chairs, 4 side chairs & 3 leaves Ethan Allen Hutch * Several End Tables Ethan Allen Coffee Table Loveseat Lane Swivel Rocker Rediner - Blue 2 Rust Swivel Rockers * Small Wardrobe Brass & Glass Plant tand Stereo Stand Glass Serving Cart Several Dining Chairs King-size Bedroom Suite (Bed, Dresser, 2 night stands) Ethan Allen Step Table. Litton Microwave Brown La-Z-Boy Recliner Toshiba 19" Television w/remote Sewing Rocker Card Table & Chairs Queen-size hide-a-bed 2 Coffee Tables Wood-burning Stove (Nice) DOUBLE HOMESTEAD !level for the additional homestead has been increased to $20,000 gross total for this exemption is done on the same form as the over 65 freeze and the same time period. HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS homestead exemption, you must the record actual owner and occupying January 1. Application must be made with the county assessor's office 1 and March 15. PERSONAL PROPERTY LISTS farmers/ranchers and corporations owning personal property in the State of Oklahoma must render each year a list of that personal in the county in which the property is located. Rendition forms are assessor's office and must be filed by March 15 to avoid penalty. will be at the following location on the dates indicated to meet with wish to file application or renditions. Taxpayers may also come directly to the Room 109 in the Paynecounty Courthouse between the hours of 8:00 P.m. Monday through Friday. 1997 HOMESTEAD VISIT SCHEDULE JANUARY 29-30-31 Lakewood 1200-1500 Dual Wattage Electric Heater Hanging Lamp Lawn Chairs Several Table Lamps Blankets, Sheets, Pillows, Throw Pillows, Pictures, Luggage and, many more items too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash. Personal checks require positive identification. Those requiring sales tax exemption must show proof of exemption. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mrs. Baker has moved to a retirement center in Stillwatcr. As described, this is a quality offering. The household items and car will be available for your inspection on Friday afternoon from 1-5 p.m. Mrs. Rosa ALL STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE er, SUPERsEDE ALL PRIOR ADVERTISING. -- Sale To Be Conducted By -- REALTY i AUCTION COMPANY 405/336-2360 DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES 514 Delaware St - P.O. Box 881 Porff, OK 73077 Luster R, Ity and Auction Co. DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers Perry, Oklahoma