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NS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1997 PAGE- 1 1 Classified Ads Are Only $5 Deadline Is Monday by 6 p.m. Red Healer 7 FOR SALE Sglitaire 2 bedroom FOR SALE Double recliner (9) mile cornerMobile Home, located at 423 N. couch. Dark green, leather lookS , has collar with W. 3 rd. Perkins. For more infer- 200.00 call 405-547-5894 after 5 Personal tax paid mation call 405-744-5035 ask for pm. 50 Jerry Sally. 2/20 nc. 2/6 pia. POSITION AVAILABLE is currently seeking an individual with a good attitude, a positive outlook and motivation to fill the position of Display Representative. If you like setting and and working as a team player - we want resumer Previous sales experience is experience preferred. Apply by by mailing or bringing your resume with attached to Ad Dept. Director, The Box 2288, 211 W. 9th, Stillwater, OK i1 0 been building, buying and selling Perkins For Over 25 Years! portd; soutlx~f Perkins 1 1/2 bath. Unique remodeling in living 2 bath house on acreage. Scenic hilltop s paradise east of Perkins, one mile river 1 home near golf course. hborhood. $43,000. 513 124 South Main .~ .405-372-5680 Global Realtors 131 N. Main, Stillwater Office: 405-624-2626 3 Bedroom, nice shop on large at 372-6809. 3 Bedroom home on cul-de-sac St vinyl. Call Debbie at 372-6809. Bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage Lots of extras. Call Debbie. 2 living areas, good at 372-6809. 3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, on large corner at 372-6809. Bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, privacy fence, Call Debbie at 372-6809. lots of storage, on corner at 372-6809. 3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, on small schools. Call Floyd at 377-7412. 'Bedroom 1 1/2 bath, great comer lot. Rd., 3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 & paint. Fenced for kids & pets. FOR SALE : Tappan electric stove 30 inch. ( Harvest Gold ) with hood $ 75.00 OBO call 405-547- 2826 after 5 pm. 2/20 chg. F FOR SALE By Owner 3-4 bed- room 1 1/2 bath on large lot. Very close to Golf course 411 Newport Perkins call for appt. 405-547- 2064 2/20 chg. MOVING SALE Saturday Feb. 22 712 E. Kirk Perkins. 2/20 chg. ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS : SENIORS EXERCISE CLASS. A senior citizens line exercise class meets on Tuesday & Thurs- days at 3:00 p.m. in the Perkins Athletic Club, 128 S. Main Street. Come by & check our special rates for club membership and articipate in one free lesson. 1/23,30,2/6 chg. FOR SALE ' 90 gallon propane system for pickup $ 300.00. Call 405-547-5894 or 547-5900. 12/5/tfn. 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 tfn FOR SALE : SMALL PIANO : TAKE ON MONTHLY PAY- MENTS. WILL ARRANGE TO SEE LOCALLY CALL 1-800-343- 6494. 2/13 pia . Senior Citizens New By Kathleen Johnson Never abandon a friend--ei- ther yours or your father's. Then you won't have to go to a distant relative for help in your time of need. Proverbs 27:10 :t: * * * "q: Let us consider Bernoulli's theorem---better known as the law of averages. Been beautiful weather--did we have a severe winter last year? The year be- fore? Well, then--we think, this should be a mild winter--law of averages--Bernoulli's theo- rem--or so we fondly believe. It isn't so. this winter doesn't re- member last winter--the snow, ice and wind doesn't know Ber- noulli. Nope! and lined up on each side of the classroom (only one room, usu- ally, or sometimes two). Each side taking turns until someone spelled you down. (One teacher was hired if only one room--two fi)r a two realm--from 1st to 8th grades. ) There were two programs for holidays--to hoe our literacy and theatrical skills supposedly. Re- cesses, pie suppers, a walk of perhaps a mile or maybe two to school--one way. Snow, rain, heat--yep! no hauling you back and forth and up and down--you used your leg power all the way there and all the way back. Lots of fun along the way. Last day of school picnics--you learned patriotism, respect, and man- ners besides the 3 R's--God, Country and your fellow man. A Rut [ql tell you what is sure-- special time in most everyone's at First and Kirk, great fun, . life. I remember these special wonderful music and song, with times with friends and special the Cimarron Valley Music Mak- ers: Lorraine and Chet Smith, Norvil Cole, Jimmie Dodson, Jimmie T. Ham, Dee Higgins, Bill Boyd, all of Perkins; Allen Cain, Harold Stamper, Howard knderson, Ival Hesser, Max Per- ter, Jim Childers, Stillwater; Erma and Bud Smith, Crescent; Willie Mouser, Mulhall; Al Jones, Louise Acord, Chandler; Airy Stevens, Murl Rhodes, Cushing; Bill Worthy, Stella Rogers, Agra. Miss you, Evelyn Havel! Thanks to the wonderful mu- sicians--we appreciate each of you. Don't go around saying the world owes you a living; the world owes you nothing; it was here first. I really don't think it matters what nationality you might be. Happy Birthday--Joan Botts, Jodi Gibbs, Patsy Henley, R.L Graham, Kristy Garriott, Dwight Brown, Cleve Shelton, Missie Butler, Ray Thornesberry. We wish each of you a very Happy Birthday. .5: :l: :1: * Hostesses Pat Anderson, Esther Ham, and Evelyn Stamper served 101 guests and 22 musicians delicious cookies, cakes, sandwiche , and lots of 'good goodies. Thank you, you did a great job, you betcha! HELP WANTED : Whistle Stop **** now hiring full and part-time. Full Just listened to a tape that Gary Minshall recorded on the time starts at $5-$6 per hour. Ap- Dancer Davis program called ply at Whistle Stop #2, Highways Letters from the Trail--Broad- 177 & 33. cast from Texas. We've had an 4/25 tfn chg. opportunity to read some of Gary's cowboy poems at the Perkins Vet Clinic to Perkins Senior CitizenK Gary participate In "Spay gives his poems to Bill Cox and Bill brings them on Monday Day USA" February 75 night where we can all enjoy Perkins Veterinary Clinic will them. The only thing better offer 20% off cat and dog spay/ would be for Gary to come by and neuter surgeries on February 21 present the poems himself. Gary, we appreciate your talent. to help with "Spay Day USA", CURRENT EVENTS the national effort sponsored by * Monday Night Music--7-9 the Doris DayAnimal League to * Wednesdays, 1-4---Center is eliminate the tragedy of pet over- open population on February 25, e'Wednesday. Feb. 26---POT- 1997. LUCK--12 noon Perkins is one of hundreds of * Friday. Feb. 21-- communities across the country served by FHA, Home participating in Spay Day USA Ec and International Club. (Those of you who attend don't with special events to save po- tentially millions of lives and need to bring food.) Thursday. Feb. 27--MYS- millions of dollars in taxpayer TERY DINNER, 5:00 sharp funds. TRIP During its first two years, Spay to Zoo and Cowboy Hall of Fame Day USA resulted in more than **** 70,000 cats and dogs being Februaryin Oklahoma-- spayed or neutered. The 100,000 Ground Hogs sat out the me- mark should easily be exceeded dia swarm--it's not fit out for during Spay Day USA 1997. men or marmots. Windy? "Millions of dogs and cats are Whew! Are you smitten--buy killed every year simply because your love some mittens--might be mushier and slushier or a there are not enough good homes gusher! colder, drier--build up for them," said DDAL founder your fire. Oklahoma weather! Doris Day. "This is a tragedy that aiIe,_o txir, --ifyou don't like can - and must - end. That's why it, perhaps later. the Doris Day Animal League **** created Spay Day USA," she Do you remember rural adds. schools? Jewell McCorkle and I For more information or to were reminiscing about them-- schedule your pet, call the brought back special memories: Perkins Veterinary Clinic at 547- country homes and farms were the way of life for many years, 2442. thus country schools--no Guaranteed Loans $5o-$5ao You must be 18 years of age or older. -Have verifiable employment. Net $400 per month. H,tve verifiable residency. ,leave photo IO. We're open Saturday's 'til Noon. 522 N. Perkins Road StUlwater 405-624-6240 buses--so schools were built for accessibility, three miles be- tween. Of course, Merrick was a city school--then there was Forest Home, Wilson Springs, Prairie Gem, Independence, Shingle, Buzzard Roost, Sandyland, Harmony, Valley Queen and many more. Some held summer school so older chil- dren could have time to help the family father fall crops--mainly cotton. Needless to say, no prob- lem with juvenile delinquency-- most were glad to get out of the cotton field and back in school. Fridays at school were usually set aside for spelling and cipher- ing Sides were chosen teachers as a main and impor- tant stepping stone to the per- son I am today. No PTA but a closeness of parents, teachers and pupils. Dad always told us "paddling at school, paddling when you reach home." That sure instilled proper values. Cream Cheese and ~hrimp (from Goldie Bean) . P 1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream ctmese Place in a container and cover with a mixture of: 4.25 oz. canned shrimp, drained--1 can 1 to 1/3 cup seafood cocktail sauce Serve with assorted crackers. Enjoy--mmmmmm good! * * * :1: A friend is a person with you dare to be yourself. whom Boy! What a bunch, batch, group--anyway, a whole lot-- Saturday evening the 15th-- good food--good friends--what else is needed! Then they gamed: TIC, Sequence--or at least some did. Some went to Ingalls USA to listen to real good music--er0oyed every minute of it, didn't we. Sure did. Joan and Jack Botts, Jeanette Owen, Walt Davis, Gerald and Kathleen Johnson, Bill and Jerry Cox, Elsie Grant, Geraldine and Wayne Allen, Sam and Jean Durham, Cleta and Guy Rivers and daughter, Mildred and Claude Cash, Bob Burnett, Ed and Flora Cundiff, Viola and Pete Gunkel, Jewell and Buck McCorkle, Edith Cretsinger, Mike Watts. **** Let us be the first to give a friendly sing, to nod first, smile first, speak first, and--if such a thing is necessary, forgive first. **** -. Overhead at potluck last Wednesday: -- Mildred C. said--I need a smaller piece of ice. Bob B. an- swered: Hold that larger one in your hand a while and it will soon be smaller. --Joan B. told me she was a Wit sister and introduced me to the other sisters, Dim Wit, Half Wit and Nit Wit. --Jewell McCorkle said--Look how she has her's organized, mine's a mess. --Who's time is it? She played, you played, he played, they all layed. The lights dimmed, as e groped in the dark, he said-- uh-oh! Wrong Ace. ---B.B I'm not happy! --E.G. Cool it! Cool it! Kid! --E.G. I'm going to p----- yore L--. --B,B. Well, move your little B-- over. --Who flipped what? * :I: * * Dear Valentine, thank you fi)r the beautiful carnations. Love yOU. Ripley was fun Tuesday night, the llth. So was Cushing the 15th. Friday Nighters finally woke up--or healed up. Nice group--and fun! fun! fun! **** Benedicts--R.L. and Ynona-- glad you're back. Did you think the winter was over--don't think so. Anyway, welcome home. **** Everyone, hey! Keep Truckin', Till we meet again, dear friends, I wish you peace and love. LEGAL NOTICE Pubfshed two times in the Perkins Journal Feb 13, 1997 and Feb. 20, 1997 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA CAUSE NO. P-96-77 In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGE RAY REID, Deceased. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PUBLIC AUCTION Notice is hereby given that, in pursuance of an order of the District Court of the County of Payne, State of Oklahoma, made on the 31st day of December, 1996, in the matter of the estate of George Ray Reid, deceased, the undersigned as Personal Representative With Will Annexed of the estate of said deceased, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, subject to the conformation by said District Court, on Saturday the 1st day of March, 1997, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., at the location of the premises hereinafter described, in said County of Lin- coln, all right, title, interest and estate of said George Ray Reid, de- ceased, at the time of his death and all right, title, and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law, or otherwise, acquired in and to all that certain parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the County el Lincoln, State of Oklahoma, bounded and described as follows, and upon the following terms and conditions, to-wit: SURFACE RIGHTS ONLY: The West-Half (W/2) of the Northwest Quarter (NW/4) of Section Ten (10),'Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Two (2) East of the Indian Meridian, Lincoln County, Oklahoma, with an appraised value of $28,000.00. Said property will be sold for cash, payable at the confirmation of said sale. Dated the 30th day of January, 1997. sNirginia Banks, Personal Representative With Will Annexed of the Estate of George Ray Reid, Deceased. "Just the FAX, Maam ! " "A NEW SERVICE FOR P'ERKINSI THE PERKINS ,JOURNAL CAN NOW SEND AND RECEIVE FAX'S If you or your business needs to have a FAX sent to you, or if you would like to send a FAX. that service is now available for you at The Perkins Journal To have a FAX sent to you, just tell the sender to use our FAX# 405-547,-2411 and we'll call you when it's received. ~[I)~t~keLILJ[~ just bring your message by our offices and we'll send it for yOU! Cost to receive or send: $2 for the first page. $1 per page thereafter. (Add 50 per page to send out of area code 405. No extra charge to ~ out of area) The Perkins Journal 122 S. Main Perkins 405-547-2411 *FAX# 40S-547-2411 ~ii 'i