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Perkins, Oklahoma
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14 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, March 29, 1973 (Published in the Perkins Journal March 22 and 29, 1973, two (2) times.) ,, PROCLAMATION AND NOTICE OF ELECTION Under and by virtue of Section 26, Article 10, of the Constitution, as amended, and Title 70, Article XV of the Oklahoma Statutes, 1971, and laws supplementary and amendatory thereto, and Resolution of the Board of Education of Independent School District Number 56 of Payne County, Oklahoma, adopted the 26th day of February, 1973, an election to be held ~: in said School District is hereby called to be held on the 3rd day of April, 1973, for the purpose of submitting te the registered qualified electors thereof the following Proposition: ./ .... PROPOSITION SHALL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 56 OF PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, INCUR AN INDEBTEDNESS BY ISSUING ITS NEGOTIABLE COUPON BONDS IN THE SUM OF ONE HUNDRED THIRTY THOUSAND ($130,000.00) DOLLARS TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING AND IMPROVING SCHOOL SITES; CONSTRUCTING, REPAIRING, REMODELING AND F-~UIPPING SCHOOL BUILDINGS; ANDACQUIRING SCHOOL FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT; AND LEVY AND COLLECT AN ANNUAL TAX, IN ADDITION TO ALL OTHER TAXES, UPON ALL THE TAXABLE PROPERTY IN SUCH DISTRICT SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE INTEREST ON SUCH BONDS AS IT FALLS DUE, AND ALSO TO CONSTITUTE A SINKING FUND FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE PRINCIPAL THEREOF WHEN DUE, SAID BONDS TO BEAR INTEREST NOT TO EXCEED THE RATE OF SIXANDTHREE- FOURTHS (6 3/4%) PER CENTUM PER ANNUM, PAYABLE SEMI-ANNUALLY, AND TO BECOME DUE SERIALLY WITHIN TEN (10) YEARS FROM THEIR DATE? The Ballots used at Said election shall set out the Proposition as above set forth, and shall also contain the words: IST~FOR THE ABOVE PROPOSITION. 2ND~AGAINST THE ABOVE PROPOSITION. "~ ~ (If the voter desires to vote For the Above Proposition, he shah stamp an "X') in the first square above; if he desires to vote Against the Above Proposition, he shall stamp an "X" In the second square above.) The polls shall be opened at 7:00 o'clock, A.M. and remain open continuously until and be closed at 7:00 o'clock, P.M. The number and location of the polling places and the persons who shall conduct said election shall be as follows: At the Perkins High School Library; Naudain Lore, Inspector, Beulah Cox, Judge, and Olive Kriel, Clerk. At the Tryon Elmentary School Library; Homer Culie, Inspector, I. J. Howerton, Judge, and Frank Silverthorn, Clerk. Such officers shall also act as counters. WITNESS our hands as President and Clerk of the Board of Education and the seal of said School District this 26th day of February, A.D., 1973. F. J. Breeden President, Board of Education (SEAL) ATTEST: Raymond O. Kinzie Clerk, Board of Education FOR SALE: 10 Pairs cows and calves. Call 372-8915. 1-13c FOR SALE: 3- Bedroom House, east side of Perkins. Attached Garage, 1 3/4 baths, den, all carpet, air and heat. Call Wayne Allen 547-2517. I=13c FOR SALE: Cooking Center -- LP Gas Eye Level oven and stove. Excellent condition. Call 547-2517. 1-13c SALE Selected Memorials 10 to off Williams Monuments 1445 EAST MAIN, CUSHING STOCK RACKS, feeders, corral panels, head gates, trailer and gates; 4 inch pipe, 40~; 5x10 portable dog panels, $15 each; steel welded building and trail- er tie downs. All Items built to specifications, Hoover Manu- facturing, 310 South Main, Per- kins, Oklahoma, 547-2592. 42tfc FOR SALE: Factory Bumper with brackets fits 1960 to 1966 Chev. 1/2 ton Pickup. Phone 547-2614 or see at 322 E. Ken- worthy after 5:30 p.m. FARM SUPPLIES FOR SALE GRAIN STORAGE and Drying Bins. Bulk storage tanks. Aera- tion equipment. In bin drying fans and heaters. Grain bin accessories. SHIVVERS Grain Circul-Lator & Dri-Flo sys- tems for Pus~Button Drying. BAZOOKA carrier-mounted & portable grain augers. WYATT electric automatic feed mills & mechanized feeding systems. Automatic livestock feeding and watering equipment. Erection and financing available. BRENT D. EGGERS AGRI-SYSTEMS 405-724-3255, Morrlson, Okla. Mobile Phone YP-7-7445, Stfll- water. SERVICES Babysitting in my home, ex- cellent care and hot, balanced meals. Children over 18 mos. only. ~3.00 a d~y. 547-2864. 1-12-13" Colonial 405 South Large registered Black mammoth Jack-$35. Sorrel Jack $25. NO SUNDAY SERVICE 2 Mi. N and 2 E of Agra, Okla. NOTICES GARAGE SALE: Drapes, In- fants clothes to three years, play pen, miscellansous baby items, adults clothes, toys, miscellaneous kitchen items, lawn furniture, boards for role painting and decapauging. March 30 and 31 from 8 to 5 at 316 N.E. 7th in Perkins. 1-13" CARDS OF We wish to people of Perkins stay there so and Mrs. Freeman wonderful ChurCh our relatives for help; to our old and our neighbors; to those we had business our very good eml shall always love hearts and gentle live and love in Clyde and Professional Dog Grooming-- $6.00 and up-- Poodles and all breeds. Call for an appoint- ment. 547-2512. 4tfc NOTICE: Machine Quilting done. Call Ruth Wilson, 547- 2559. Perkins. TF I would like tO friands and concern, cards, wers during my stay pital. Mrs. WANTED WANT TO RENT: FARM LAND AND PASTURE LAND. W.D. Sassar, 547-2294. 1-13-14-15-16c STRAYED: Baby calf from corner and HW 33 on of March 10th. ered. Call FOUND: 4 keys were turned in Journal office. claim. HELP WANTED DIENER-CHANDLER MILLS, INC. 600 Park Road" Chandler, Oklahoma 74834 SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS DAY AND NIGHT SHIFT Experienced and trainee sewing machine day and night employment. Employees are attractive incentive piecework system and are a minimum hourly rate of $1.60 per hour. earning's potential as an operator glans develops her skill level. Company paid benefits seven holidays; vacation; life insurance; retirement program; individual hospital, medical,~ gical insurance; annual Christmas bonus; pay. Court MARRIAGE LICENSE: Ernest Eugene Lozier, Le- gal, Ripley; Leslie Lynn Gar- ringer, Legal, Glencoe. Fred Roy Jones, 24, Still- water and Loretta Kay Alexan- der, 25, Stillwater. Robert Larry Lynch, 22, Bluefield, West Va.; Mary Vir- ginia Stead, 19, Stlllwater. Francis Leroy Grant, 33, Cushing and Emma Roseanne Rhodd, 23, Cushing. Karen Elaine Clapp vs. Ken- neth J. Clapp. CIVIL CASES FILED: Sears-Roebuck & Co. vs. Jack L. Breeden. Glenn E. Laughlin vs. South- west Immigration Co. Charles P. Ray, et al vs. Larry L. Lowe. Fenton Office Supply vs. B. & B Lines, et al. Stw. Development Co. vs Donald Ray Llnder, 20, Cush- ing and Terry Brown, 18, Cush. lng. Dale Wayne Wehr, Legal, Bert W. Jones, et al. Stillwater and Donna Rlngwal'~L Zelo Sharp vs. Bankers Life Legal, Stillwater. "~ & Casualty Co. Hallie Burke, et al vs. Gary Dean Potter. DIVORCES FILED: Toni SUe Davison vs. Ken- neth Bruce Davisen. Carol Sue Martin vs. John William Martin. Flora Mac Peterson vs. Wfl- llam Ray Peterson. William Wah Piing Lee vs. Judith Ann Kluman Lee. Carla D. Spencer vs. Howard Wayne Spencer. PROBATE CASES FILED: P-73-66 - J. D. of Death of Douglas K. Penix. P-73-67 - Adm. of Estate of Mac Dee Crane. P-73-68 - Adm: of Estate of Walden A. Cooper. P-73-69 - Probate of Will of Homer Jack Warlick and Rose B. Warlick. P-73-70 - J. D. of Death of Buena Fay Boyd. t Bulk Fertilizer, 5 ton trailer spreaders for rent. Trucks for custom spreading. Sorghum:Sudan hybrid ton cash $10 cwt. Piper Sudan $18. cwt Germ Millet $16 cwt Peas $14. cwt - RS 610 Mllo $14. cwt - Hegari$8 cwt Ermelo LG $170 cwt 405-258-0660 OR Y 405-258-1648J PLUMBING, & AIR AND 213 McKEOWN'S FORMERLY THE SAMPLE SHOP At 8 Mill STILLWATER, OKLA. | II I ( .o,o.o,.,,..,,o. II (:-,r,O.':,.'"s n Sales and Service I I -rETTICOAT i ~CHEN Z Citizen Band Eqmpment ~ 1 JUNIOR SFIOPPE MISSES i rrzEe, DES~ | 37 2- 2140 SHoP | 715 Main, Stfllwater I 5o0 Z. KL~ ~~ank AmerlCard Master Charge|