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i:i t PAGE 14 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, February 23, 1984 AT THE and white chrysanthe- past to the Library, and mums with the Library in we appreciate this recog- LIBRARY memory of his mother,nition of her love for Mrs. Arvil L. {Zelma)books and her city. What a gracious Neal. We know that itThe Library Board gesture for Mr. Alfred was with special thoughts authorized the purchase Neal to share a beautiful that some friends wished of the Consumer Reports basket of red carnations to honor her service in the Magazine, which can be lnforrnation about your changing telephone service from Rhonda Johnson, Manager A New Company is in town Chief among the changes brought about by the break-up of the Bell System was the establishment of several new corporations. These companies are now separately owned and operated with their primary goal of providing quality local telephone service to their customers. In Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas .Southwestern Bell Corporation is the parent organization of the telephone company. In addition to Southwestern Bell Telephone, the Corporation has established three other subsidiaries. Locally, this means Southwestern Bell Telephone will continue to pro- vide your telephone service. We'll switch your calls, provide your link to faraway [,laces and carry long distance calls that basically fall within your area code, much as we always have. But there is more. First there's Southwestern Bell Publishing. This is the printing and Yellow Pages arm of the new cor- p,wation. The ads you read in the Yellow Pages of your telephone book vill be their primary responsibility. Next is Southwestern Bell Telecom. This company now sells equipment for business and residence customers. Their product line offers the latest in telecom- munications equipment from a variety of manufacturers. A third subsidiary is Southwestern Bell Advance Mobile Phone Service or AMPS. In the coming years this company will help bring a new type of mobile cellular technology to its customers. Car telephones will have greater transmission quality and range and at the same time advanced systems will increase the capacity of existing channels tremendously. These four subsidiaries of Southwestern Bell Corporation are just a beginning. Our future is limited only by what we don't do. The Southwestern Bell Telhphone and the other three subsidiaries are striving to find new and better ways to provide the services and products to you. At the same time, the Cor- poration has the flexibility and capability to explore new oppor- tunities. Our future is exciting. But this in no way changes our commitment and dedication to our customers. I believe our advertising slogan says it best: "Think how far we've come together. Imagine where we'll go." Rhonda Johnson, Manager Southwestern Bell Telephone 519 S. Husband Stiliwater, OK 74074 377-4944 (call collect) Southwestern Bell Telephone used now, as we have received the February is- sue and the 1984 Buying Guide Issue which covers a great number of things, but in particular has an introduction to personal computers. The February issue has brand-name reports on razors & blades, shaving creams, sabre saws, thermome- ters, and Road tests of the Chevrolet Citation If, Ford LTD; Olds Cutlass Supreme; and the Plymouth Reliant. Please feel free to use these magazines sometime soon. More New Non-Fiction: A Guide Book of U. S. Coins --the official Red Book of U. S. coins, 35th revised edition. A dynamic new method that can help you make dramatic changes in your life is How to get Yourself to do What You Want To Do. In Electronic Night- mare,Wicklein warns us of the need to protect our personal freedoms our computerized style of life may take away. The Death of Innocence--by Janus-- how our children are en- dangered by the new sex- ual freedom. The excellent historian, Toland, has written Infa- my: Pearl Harbor and its Aftermath. The marriage of one of the most colorful presidential couples is ex- plored in a candid biogra- phy, Ike and Mamie. A close look at what people see, hear and feel at the moment of death is explored inAdventures in Immortality by Gallup. Bess & Harry is a uni- quely American love sto- ry about the most devoted marriage ever to thrive in the spotlight of the nation's highest pub- lic office. A true story more chill- ing and macabre than any account of ghosts and hauntings is High Hopes; a \\ \ Looking !or a new car? If you decide that this time you'd hke to get that luxury car. ou've always wanted.., we can help you fmance ntl'Our low cost car loan will have you behind the wheel of that sleek new model before you know it! Get con- veniently budgeted payments too.., with up to 42 months to repay! Come and see if you qualify! D II Tryon, I "Your Friendly Bank" Farmer's & Merchants Bank P.O. Box 205 OK 74875 918-374-2231 Hours: Mon. thru FrL, 9-12, 1-3 Fri. 4:30-7, Closed Saturday I I I the Amityvtlle Murders. In The House Book, there are over 1,000 color pictures of rooms with di- agrams, drawings, and sound advice on home planning, decorating, remodeling ano do-it- yourself projects. Hal Lindsey wrote The 1980's: Countdown to Ar- mageddon, in which he says we are the genera- tion that will see the "End Times," and the return of Jesus. In the readable biogra- phy, the transformation of Archie Leach, a poor English school boy into Cary Grant, a larger than life romantic, witty actor is told in Cary Grant-The Light Touch. The Greatest Success in the World by Mandino tells how to put an end to failure, frustration, heart- break, discontent, defeat, and replace it with a new life. An analysis of our present danger of energy expenditures, and increas- ing '"third World" na- tional debts is presented in The World Challenge. America in the Twen- ties is a definitive history telling of a period of doubt, crisis, change and innovation. And for our crafty per- sons, 120 Patterns for Traditional Patchwork Quilts with colorful illus- trations and complete information--labelled Easy, Moderate, or Difficult. Some Fiction: In Cross- ings, Steel tells of a wom- an caught between love that comes from devotion and duty and a sudden, bright love that comes like a lightning flash. An exciting novel of motor torpedo boat action in World War I I is Torpe- do Run by Reeman. "Preacher" is a young man who turns his self- chosen vocation into a m .dti-milllon-dollar busi- nsss in Robbins book, Spellbinder. Children, My Children is a piercing story of a splendid and independent woman and her fight to keep her family intact. An adventuresome nov- el is Mr. American by Fraser-a former despera- do in English high society. In A Place for Ravens, married, dowerless, Clemency is confronted by her husband's family attempt to take her property. The Little Red Phone life is in- a perfect family terrupted by a ringing at- tic phone--they know the caller dead. Julia's Venice vacation takes a strange turn when she is accused of her com- panion's murder in Thus Was Adonis Murdered. Science fiction and fic- tion are terrifying blend- ed in The White Plague as a man seeks revenge for his family's death--by Herbert. Maclnnes continues her superior writing of sus- pense and intrigue in Cloak of Darkness. Was the mass-murder victim totally innocent, the NYPD detective had to figure it out--A Stab in the Dark by Block. Another of Guthrie's western sagas, Fair Land, Fair Land, glories of mountains, high plains, and the pioneers that gave them life. We need YOU to use these new books-- 12:30-7:30 Mon- day; 12:30-5 Tuesday through Friday; 9-12 Saturday. "O- 99 HIGHWAY JOB IS LET PAWHUSKA -- A con- tract was awarded on February 6 on the High- way 99 project near Pawhuska, a highway project that will straight- en out the dangerous curves southeast of the Osage county seat town and provide a bypass route. The project has been underway for several years and the $3,502,390 bid will complete the iI ii ~: ~ ,* This deserted slide is what caused a citizen to write a letter to the editorJ week's Journal, complaining about the Roscoe Emerson Park. The park well cared for, and will be again after the long winter and the approach of OCU High School Day Perkins-Tryon High School senior Connie Kir- by will gather with high school students from across the state at Okla- homa City University on Saturday, Feb. 25, for a day of entertainment and a chance to get acquaint- ed with OCU, Oklahoma's United Methodist university. Activities for the "Youth Day" include tours of the residence halls, the Bishop W. An- gle Smith Chapel and the new Noble Center for Competitive Enterprise. There will also be an or- gan recital, worship serv- ices, complimentary lunch and an address by OCU president Jerald Walker. The high school stu- dents will be entertained by the OCU Surrey Singers and the American Spirit Dance Company. Groups will leave the campus at 2:30 p.m. to at- tend the OCU-Loyola basketball game at the Myriad. All Oklahoma high school students are wel- come. For more informa- tion or to make reservations, contact the OSU Office of University- Church relations, {405)521-5060. HAIR MASTERS BEAUTY SALON Janice Shannon, Stylist 547-5191 OPEN Mon.-Sat. 9 to ? Appointments available after 9. miles East of Perkins Restaurant Chicken Fried Mashed Potatoes and Vegetable and Dinner Roll only $ 11 to 2 Sunday Offer Good Sunday, Feb. 26, 1984 90 DAY NO INTEREST With Approved Credit Longer Terms Avadabte New & Used J.R. & Morine Bostian, owners tO0 N. Main * Perkins * 1-S47-2109 CHOICE