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The Perkins Journal Thursday, March 15, 1984 -- PAGE 5 people and had a class go- reading ing at the museum in Dis- iSth issue of The ney, Ok. This is on Grand and wish Lake or east of the dam on the best for Grand River in Mayas in the County. About 60 miles or and the Old so east of Tulsa. I have The diamond is nothing in having a more than a rock until ,in some of the polished and this requires the Relics experience as well as the know how. This is just a at this writ- true in any business for are the best for that matter. A gem can be ruined in seconds without I received a the proper knowledge. of the You have learned this, I Harry E. affi sure. at the same Recently, one of the inform me school classes came is on the sickthrough the museum and like for you to some were quite interest- article over and ed in some of the rock that inyour, are on display. Soon, I l You feel deserv- plan to have more of the or the way I crystal that are native of Harry E. is one of the Chrisman a series of heart the first on L983. His wife himby am- ,.a hospital, and although The at Sweet marl ad- in Denver. their new book Most Asked About the placed of the of Ameri- titles are Sun, Ladder of the ) I am in the and free or that is the this infor- be of help to the Navy and the winter to God me to come Condition but advised hobby that lot of time. Came the rock of none better to get f and Working with ' Oklahoma. That is a sub- ject that has gone beg- ging, especially around this part of the State. The.re are lot of good crys- tai not too far from Perkins. The tools to cut and pol- ish any rock are expensive to say the least but to have one at any price is worth going to see and that will soon be possible--God willing. Most colleges have a ~: rock and mineral class but I took mine at Las Vegas, :~ ..... New Mexico as I was en- ~ ""i titled to some type of school from the G. I. Bill. The best with the New Venture ~ :~ -s-Gerald Johnson Coyle, Oklahoma Carney's Westfall m twins are retiring Dr. Lavern Westfall, su- tendency. Both men Leahn has served in the perintendent of the Choc- served time in the U. S. field of education for 36 taw/Nicoma Park Schools Navy during World War years. He has served as and Dr. Leahn Westfall, II and both have Doc- superintendent of schools superintendent of Hominy torate degrees from Okla- for 32 years. During this Public Schools will be homa State University. time he served as superin- retiring at the end of this Lavern has served as a tendent of schools at school year. school superintendent for Cheyenne Valley, Green- The two men are the the past 35 years of his 38 field, Canton, Weather- twin sons of Ivy and Stel- years in educatierL He has ford, Artesia in New la Westfall of Rural Route served over 23 years as Mexico, Shawnee and Carney. Both men gradu- the school superintendent Hominy. ated from Carney High at Choctaw/Nicoma Park. Lavern will continue to School and both taught The district is rapidly make his home in Nicoma school there during their growing suburb of Okla- Park. Leahn will be mov- early career days. Leahn homa City with 275 ing to the Edmond area. started his teaching career teachers and approximate- The brothers plan on go- at Carney in 1945 and ly 5,000 students enrolled, ing into the construction served as principal at the The board of education at business probably in the high school. Lavern start- Choctaw/Nicoma Park re- Edmond area Their plans ed his career at Tryon, cently honored Lavern by include some traveling Oklahoma and later naming a new elementary and a less busy schedule moved to Carney where he school the '%.W. Westfall that will include some served in his first superin- Elementary" in his honor, time for relatives and friends. -O- -o- WON'T TEAR UP TRUSTEE FOR Mary Hudson, who con- THE TRACKS HUDSON NAMED trois the eight Hudson CUSHING -- Santa Fe CUSHING -- A federal firms, will be forced to officials have indicated bankruptcy judge has or- relinquish control of the they will not tear up thedered that a trustee be ap-. company to the trustee. tracks immediately if they pointed to hgndle the Banks requesting the win their abandonment reorganization of Hudson trustee appointment are appeal from the ICC. Oil Co. and seven relatedFirst National Bank & Businessmen at Cushing subsidiaries.-. Hudson Oil Trust of Oklahoma City, are protesting, but want a owns Hudson Refinery in Continental Illinois Na- chance to start a shortline Cushing, which has been tional Bank & Trust in using Santa Fe tracks shut down for over a year. Chicago and United Mis- should the ICC approve It is reported that negoti- souri Bank of Kansas of the abandonment of the ations are underway to Kansas City. They 25-mile line between Cush- sell the refinery to another claimed in their petition ing and Camp. company. No decision has that Hudson grossly mis- been reached on whether managed their business and affairs and demon- strated a lack of corn- petence. -O- RCA 25' ,agonal XL-100 Color TV with ChanneLock Digital Keyboard Control With Color Trade 25"" d~agonal $19.95 for Leg Kit. ~orflliant color performance plus the touch-button nvenience of ChanneLock Digital Keyboard Control. ChanneLock Digital Keyboard Control lets you Select al VHF/UHF channels instantly and silently ;=th push button ease and digital tuning accuracy. .E.D read-out on set displays the channel number eing received, 127-channel multi-band tuning system provides aCcess to all broadcast channels or up to 57 cable TV channels, where available. 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A preliminary hearing has been set. -o- MORRISON POSTMASTER RETIRES MORRISON -- Everett Mosena, Morrison post- mater since 1966, was a guest of honor at a retire- ment reception at the Citizens State Bank. Moasna served with the U.S. Army during World War II and has served as postmaster since Decem- her 1966. He will continue in his farming, cattle and horse ranching operations, but may add some time for travel to his schedule. The Mosems have already scheduled a Caribbean cruise for early summer. -O- HOKE LUMIIR CO., INC. 107 S. Perkhm ltd. Stillwater, OK 172.2377 Traffic was detoured on Kirk Avenue Monday morning after two water Hne crossings settled, catching three autos and a helping police car. Police Chief Bill Lott came to the rescue with his personal, four-wheel drive vehicle. The ruts in the road were quickly filled by city workers. City Manager Gerald Hail said the crossings, located at 3rd and 5th Streets, would continue to settle with each rain for several months. New Residents Those who have placed a deposit for water service at City Hall this last week are Bill Hatley, 216 S.E. 3rd; Jan M. Carrico, 123 E. Sharp; Gaff Johnson, 108 Payne; Guy Lozier, 318//= E. Hart; Tom Ven- tris, 120 E. Sharp; Mari- lyn Sparkman, 415 S. E. 4th, Apt. 27. -O- To Represent Perkins in American Beauty Pageant Elizabeth Caidwell will be representing Perkins in the State contest of the American Beauty pageant, March 16, 17 and 18. Beth's sponsors are: McDaniel and Son Hdwe., Frontier Realty, Rick Jar- via' Farmers Ins. Group and Chow Country Ken- nel, all of Perkins. Also Round Mountain Kennel of Lake Keystone. Beth is the daughter of Panthea Niles and gr.and- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Nilas of Perkins. "O- Some people believe that sleeping on a piece of wedding cake is supposed to/bring s dream to a single girl in which she will see her future husband. A sheet of fabric sof. tener in the wastebasket helps give a room a nice soft smell in a hurry. 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