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12 NOON I Ads Are FREE~ - 20c word gel charge for 3. FREE ! ! FREE ! ! ant Journal GOING DRAIN? Try WATERBED N. Boomer, Phone 405-372- tfc SALE Yamaha many extras, 547-5415 ,p.m, 28 Sears 19" Excel. cond. 10-speed $75. New $7. Call 10 p.m. AKC Reg. kale collie. 10 Has had kids. $150 after 6:00 ~Veekends. 28 Slim-Fast, Chocolate or $6.49 each. 547-2079.28 Six geese. 547-2458. 28 --1978 Ford control, air Stereo. 28 FOR SALE --Two red sows will have pigs last of April. Good Brood sows. $400. for both of them. 918-374- 2260 after 5:30 p.m. FOR SALE --3 trailer axels and wheels from 14x80 mobile home. Ask- ing $150. Call 466-2261 or 466-2255. 28 LOT FOR SALE LOT FOR SALE --l'10x140 residential lot in Perkins located just west of 521 NE 6th in the Butler Addition at $8500. Contact Lynn Kinder at 547-2436 for further infor- mation. 25 FOR SALE --Semi-A frame house, 2 bedr., 2 baths, on 21/2 acres in wooded area, 13A miles east of Perkins on Kirk St., Extras. Must see to appreciate. 547-2719. 28 FOR RENT FOR RENT -- Close to town, 2 bedroom rock home. Call 547-2446 or 547-2491. 27 FOR RENT -- 1 bedroom unfurn, house, duplex. 1 bath, utility room with washer and dryer hookup, stove and refrig., fenced yard, close to school. No pets. In Perkins. After 6 p.m. call 918-225-6992. HOUSE FOR SALE LARGE dwelling with basement and 61/2 lots, 1 block west of downtown Perkins. Close in to everything. $45,000. For information call Harvey Brixey, 547-2251. 6 tfc SERVICES FREE Call Services Clearing House for independent contractors to do carpen- try,handy man, cement, electrical work, cleaning, babysitting, singing tele- grams, yard work, etc. 1 77 938. 20tfc FOR RENT FOR RENT--2bedroom house, outsidegarage. 316 NW2nd. 547-2829. 26 FOR RENT -- 2 bedroom house, $200 per month, $100 deposit. No pets. 547-2264 or 547-2158. 26 WANT TO BUY Couple wants to buy acre- age with or without house. Down payment, good credit. 405 74-3206. 27 SERVICES PLUMBING PROBLEMS? Call J. D. Anderson's Plumbing and Water Well Service, 918-374-2436. tfe NEED A PLUMBER? Call Pogue's City Plumbing Co. 547-2117 or 918-225- 4494. L. R. 'Red' Pogue doing Contracting or Plbg. Repairs. tfc FOR RENT -- New Duplex Apartments in Perkins. 2 bedroom, low rent, nice location. Call Professional Piano 865-2318, 865-2381,Tuning--Repair- - Need 258-2852. 27 4tpd Rebuild--Refinish. Also Wake buy and sell Pianos. prices. Call FOR SALE BY OWNER 405-547 363 or 372-1104. 22 8tchg 21 IN PERKINS- 3 bedr., Do you need good child Are your 1V2 bath, built-in range, care? Plus reasonable Breaking? dishwasher, storm shelter, rates, if so call. 547-2143. a Two Row chainlink fence, storage 28 thru May Tine Harrow. building, 547,,5110. 27 22tfc HOUSEKEEPING -- I LOST need more houses to clean "-1969 Torino weekly basis. 547-2377. 27 LOST -- Chiselplow on References available. Call shank, 42"long, near Per- Bobble Greenhagen, ---Apartment kins on March 20. 547-5138. ltpd washer and ward. 547-2531. 27 Cond. 547-5095. 27 FREE To Good Home: Male English Springer Spaniel. Full blood, no papers. Has had shots. 547-2876 after 6 p.m. or weekends. 28 Sears Ken- r Spray Carpet used only hose, also up- nozzle. Call 27 -1-2 year old 1-1 year colt. and Performance FREE -- Two long hair kittens. Six weeks old. 547-2566 after 6 p.m. 28 HELP WANTED you these EXPERIENCED Sheet Rock Hanger. Salary depending on experience. 1980 Kaw- Come by 702 Sharp after 7 p.m. 28 1" JOBS WANTED 1975 Honda road or off, 27 25 ft. trav- fully self- 2470 Looking for a Home on ~reaSe but close to town? This kntaet~ buy win fit your needL One of the mcet beau- tiful views in Payne County. This home featurm 3 bed rocm~ mcet ~ kitchm with much storage and work itdand. Extra large front pomh to sit and enjoy the beautiful view. Low interest money available DOLL HOUSEI Perfect for any family or investor. This unique floor plan features items not found in new homes of that size Fireplace opens from living room into dining room or den. Darling kitchen and large deck overlooking wooded area Low, Low as- sumable loarL Call Pam Fulton, 377-4609 or 372-4293. Grindstaff-Harris Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. FOR RENTER SALE Will do babysitting Mon- day thru Friday. $25.00 per week. Come by 702 Sharp. "S water Hwy. 51 East FOR RENT OR SALE -- 2 bedroom trailer. Perkins area. 918-374-2444 or 374-2470. 28 BAKE AND CRAFT SALE There will be a Bake and Craft Sale Sat. April 7, 9 a.m. at Dei-Mar's Food Store. Proceeds to sponsor a Special Olympics Banquet. DAVISON FRUITSTAND & GREENHOUSE lOth & W. Noble, Guthrle (405)282-6094 Plants now available: J Tomatoes, Asparagus, Peppers, Cabbage, Onions Strawberries~ Seed Potatoes, Hanging Baskets, Rose Bushes, Bulk Gordgn Seed, Geraniums, Petunias, Morigolds, Begonias, Periwinkle, Rose Mo~. Effective April 1 Open Mon.-Sat. 9 to 6 Sun. 1 to $ Septic Systems Septic Tanks Storm Cellars Lateral Lines $ Manufacturing $ Installation Repair General Backhoe Work BROWN ENTERPRISES 4OS)377-0909 547-2992 Pogue's / Parker Pest Control Termite--Roaches Ants--Rats Trees & Shrubs Bruce Pogue, Owner 405-547-5158 Box 543 Perkins, OIq KERNS Construction Co. Asphalt-Sand--Gravel Stillwater, OK 180S S, Perkins Rd. Family Appliance Service Most Major Appliances Window Air Conditioners Serviced & Repaired Call Pat Beery 547.2942 Court Clerk Report NOTICE OF MEETING CHANGE The P-T Band Boosters meeting has been changed from April 5 to April 9 at 7:30 in the bandroom. "O- For Good Cable TV *CALL: 547-2122 Pick Up Cable TV Schedule at Perkins TV & Appliance Each Week CAN YOU DRAW or paint r~distic, rustic wmtern seemm; outlaws shooting, horses rearing, cowboys biting the dust, ell eorte of action? If you can, contact Jim Dullenty, Editor TRUE WEST OLD WEST Magazines at Perkins Journal --Main St. Perkins call 405-547-2882 Artwork Neededl ROACHES? MICE? Lawn & Tree Spraying It & B ECO-SAFE PEST CONTROL CO. 372-4934 or S47-2660 GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALE --Wed., Thurs, Fri., Sat. Lots of Misc. 115 Lewis. 8 to 5. BIG GARAGE SALE -- Motorcycle helmets, paperback books, childrens games, linens, stereos, maple bedstead, luggage, lots of clothes, Jr., misses and large mens sizes. Much-much-more misc. items. Picture enlar- ger, sports equip. 203 N.E. 4th April 5-6-7. Rain or Shine. GARAGE SALE --426 Eaton Drive. Friday and Sat. Lots of Girls clothing. 28 YARD SALE -- Thursday, Friday, 9 to 4, 217 E. Hert, Vinco Pentecostal Church of God. GARAGE SALE --216 'N.E. 4th. Maternity clothes and baby clothes, and lots of other things. 8-5. Rain Cancel. GARAGE SALE -- Saturday. 702 Sharp. Perkins Country Estates. RUMMAGE SALE: Ripley Methodist Youth Building, Friday, April 6th, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 7th, 8 a.m. to I p.m., Organ, fur- nace, household, miscellaneous. Court Clerk Report April 2, 1984 CIVIL CASES FILED W.D. Wilson, etal vs Trepel Petroleum vs Gary J. Garoffolo, et al, Energy Resources, Money Judg. on Contract, Money Judg. & Appt Kris Hochderffer Appr., Kent S. Johnson Lucille B. Hetherington Chester M. Rains vs Dennis Laughlin Bond, et vs Loren Schademan, Jr., al, Quiet Title, Glen Money Judg. PromNote, Winters Cubbage & Cubbage Ruth Wilbur vs W.L. John J. Kelly vs Dept Williams, et al, Money Public Safety, Revocation Judg. on Contract, Win- of D.L., Stephen R. frey Houston Kistler IN RE: Testamentary Gene Vitek, et al vs Trust of Virginia Cothran Albina Gaff Yagzy, et al, Wolfe, Winfrey Houston Quiet Title, David Drake Warren Kelley, Jr. vs Mmary A. Fielder, et al Union Bank & Trust, vs Marsha C. Rake et al, Quiet Title, Ricky P. Money Judg. on Prom Teague Note, Richard Long Western Consultants Bank of Cushing vs Bil- vs North Central Drilling ly L. Sanders, et al, Co., Ricky Teague; Ken Money Judg. Prom Note, Privett Ahrberg & Meyers George G. Giles vs Oilwell Cementers vs J. Dept. of Public Safety, & J" Petroleum Co., Revocation of D.L., Money Judg. for Services, Charles Campbell Ahrberg & Meyers Terry W. Roberts vs Oilwell Cementers vs Depart. of Public Safety, JE - Roberts Resources, Revocation of D.L., John Inc., Money Judg. for Ser- R. Couch vices, Ahrberg & Meyers Liberty Federal S & L Central i 'i~a I I I I I I III Rural Electric nm.m~ A nt'rV~ ~ 372-2884 ' Stlllwater The Perkins Journal Thursday, April 5, 1984 -- PAGE 7 STORM CELLARS Insfollotldn Free Estlmates 3 Styles to Choose From --Call Now-- BROWN ENTIRPRISIEI $47.2992 FOR SALE Seml-A Frame House, 2 bedr., 2 baths, on 2% acres in wooded area, I JA miles east of Per- king on Kirk St. Ex- tras. Must See to Appreciate. 547-2719 BUILDING SALE 30xSOx12 ........... $4,555. 40x75x14 ....: ...... $7,972. 50x100x16 .........$14,556. F.O.B. OKLAHOMA CITY (Immediate Delivery) --For Information Contact-- BOB @ LAMmmr CO SmucrioN CO. (405) 372-1444 HELP Applications For For more Information, please Inquire at City Hall during business hours. NOTICE The Glenwood Cemetery Association's Annual Meeting will be held Sat. April 7 in the High Prairie Community Bldg. at 2 p.m. Important LEGAL NOTICE for all members to attend (Published in The Perkins Journal, Thursday, April so needed brininess can be 5, 1984 - 1 time) attended NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF NO SIGNIFICANT EF- Mary Nelson, Chrm.FECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF CARD OF THANKS FUNDS The Bartholomew fatal- Date, April 3, 1984 ly wishes to thank all we TOWN OF PERKINS were unable to contact 120 N. Main, P. O. Box 9, Perkins, OK 405-547-2445 personally for their kind- TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, ness and sympathy dur- AND PERSONS: ing the illness and death On or about April 23, 1984 the above-named Town will of Bill Bartholomew. request the Oklahoma Department of Economic and Community Development to release Federal funds CARD OF THANKS under Title I of the Housing and Community Develop- The recent bereavement ment Act of 1974 (PL 93-383} for the following project: which has visited ourProject Title: 100,000 gallon Water Standpipe home has brought to us a Purpose: Provide additional water storage capa- greater appreciation of city for the Town of Perkins our friends. Such kind- Location: Perkins, Payne, Oklahoma nesses and neighborlyCensus Tract: ED-1064 thoughtfulness can never It has been determined that such request of funds be forgotten, will not constitute an action significantly affecting the The John Bateson Family quality of the human environment and, accordingly, the above-named Town has decided not to prepare an vs Rick L. Grampp, Environmental Impact Statement under the National Money Judg. Prom Note, Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL-190}. Lynn R. Osborn The reasons for such decision not to prepare such Oilweil Cementers vs statement are as follows: Baron Resources, LTD,Construction will not significantly impact the en- Money Judg. for Services, vironment. The project is compatible with all applic- Ahrberg & Meyers able plans and ordinances, is beneficial to the human FRAC Tanks, Inc. vs environment, and will be consistent with use, size, Plains Crude Oil Co,, .... capacity, and character of the site. Money Judg. on Account, An Environmental Review Record respecting the Donald Worthington within project has been made by the above-named Bank of Cushing vs Town which documents the environmental review of Nick L. Smith, et al,the project and more fully sets forth the reasons why Money Judg. on Prom such Statement is not required. This Environmental Note, Ahrberg & Meyers Review Record is on file at the above address and is J.G. Industries vs Dale available for public examination and copying, upon Focht, et al, Money Judg. request, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Open Acc't, Millian & No further environmental review of such project is Winters proposed to be conducted prior to the request for DIVORCES FILED release of Federal funds. {Incompatibility unless All interested agencies, groups, and persons otherwise noted) disagreeing with this decision are invited to submit Charlotte Elaine Gar-written comments for consideration by the To n to rett vs John C. Garrett, the office of the undersigned. Such written comments William Baker should be received at the address specified on or before Latecia H. Burton vs April 20, 1984. All such comments so received will be Jimmy D. Burton, Pro-Se considered and the Town will not request the release Lisa Hall vs Terry of Federal funds or take any administrative action on Brewer, Protective Order the within project prior to the date specified on the Warren Lee Crain vs preceding sentence. Teresa Ann Crain, Roger The Town of Perkins will undertake the project McMillian described above with Block Grant funds from the Ralph Elmer Sheldon, Oklahoma Department of Economic and Community Jr. vs Carla Jean Sheldon, Development (DECA) under Title 1 of the Housing Pro Se and Community Development Act of 1974. The Town Mary Jane Pierson- of Perkins is certifying to the State that The Town Hourigan vs John S. of Perkins and Larry Moorman in his official capaci- H ourigan, Stephen ty as Mayor consent to accept the jurisdiction of the Kistler Federal courts if an action is brought to enforce re- Rebecca Dorarene sponsibilities in relation to environmental reviews, Stanley vs William Karl decisionmaking, and action; and that these respon- Stanley, J. Stewart sibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect of the Arthurs certification is that upon its approval The Town of Beth Lower Koetting Perkins may use the Block Grant funds and the State vs J. Randall Koetting, and HUD will have satisfied their responsibilities Melissa DeLacerda under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. Sharon Kay Kinzie vs The State will accept an objection to its approval on- David Ray Kinzie, ly if it is on one of the following bases: Melissa DeLacerda (a) The certification was not in fact executed by Shelly Sue Russell vs Town's Certifying Officer. Calvin Ray Russell, M.(b) The Town has failed to make one of the two DeLacerda findings pursuant to S 58.41 or to make the writ- Evelyn L. Place vs ten determination decision required by S S 58.47, Jerry Wayne Grant, M. 58.53 or 58.64 for the project, as applicable. DeLacerda {c) The Town has omitted one or more of the steps Judy Elaine Disney vs set forth at Subparts F and G for the preparation Keith Owen Disney, Lynn and completion of an EA. .Osborn (d) No opportunity was given to the Advisory George Randall Council on Historic Preservation or its Executive Lavigne vs Vanda Director to review the effect of the project on a Caroline Herbert, Paterni- property listed on the National Register of Histor ty, William Baker ic places, or found to be eligible for such listing Linda Sue Hancock vs by the Secretary of the Interior, in accordance "*Ronald Eugene Hancock, with 36 CFR Part 800. A.J. Schott Objections must be prepared and submitted in ac- Kathy J. Jones vs Ken-cordance with the required procedure {24 CFR part neth W. Jones, W. Keith '58) and may be addressed to the Oklahoma Depart- Thomas ment of Economic and Community Development, Theodore Earnest 4545 N. Lincoln, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105. Staley vs Iris Barton Objections to the release of funds on bases other Wilson, Chris Szlichtathan those stated above will not be considered by the Vicld Kathleen Cockrell State. No objection received after May 6, 1984 will Koestler vs John PhJllip i be considered by the State. Koestler, W. Baker ' -s-G. D. Haft Kim Buller vs De- Gerald D. Hall Wayne Bullet, James R. 120 S. Main Moore P.O. Box 9 Perkins, OK 74059