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? r" : i News .and Views of the Cimarron Valley THOUGHT OF THE WEEK: r'11",TJ Tl° 'C T4"'VT 1 rt'lk ,LeA l TThen::ewownersdo no, p,an 'd oP.. _owners School' S._. Site i'-:-" ,exed Line l'N { urn, . * More The °w d rote Park B ard 3 Coach and edited by t oD and Yvonne ,, B vans mr one pas years, has th will devote their full time to _ ' _ P a ed md i hts new owners effective April 1, h blis" business In 989 t ebookpu hing Y g e growing weather with 1 .., . . 1977 the Evanse began publish- s, cool nights, lots of . ,Vmlta remdents Dawd and ing books as a sideline to Th_e md " h Alberto Burgess purchased theJournal It has developed into the a recent three-mc ..... 1 * • • • are buzzing around ......... - ---lace- ' ey " on East Kirk Avenue, was annex- for the sidewalk in " , time bu are _'ng. . )ring in Perkins, USA. one new ownerew t nn-t e nexttime. . ed into the city limits at Monday Councilman Richard Runowski He said the city will need to make men m munu Bob Evans son -ioneer , ..... ........... ,._ , ,, P night s town board meetmg, asked Miller why .the project was.. a decimon whether_ they .want x month or wt ,av, m weezt new a er .... x x ........... r Oklaho a y sp p The board of education had not done after the mty council them to remain m the book ana tTavm tmrgess m spor s ealm • e late Llo and . • t a person who real- , .......... ..L. a publishers th -- y . earlier requested annexation, and members officially approved it, whether they want them .Y for lot I;11e ₯1mua uatty auu~vu4 ~O . got to change their ..... u__ =^_ ,a .... t SaraEvanso raid.ax, came a hearing was held a month ago, also, why the city council enforce& . • we OSl ,Ioll ne xuz b.= r re looking right at P ....... TheJournatasaprin eraz e De- during which there was no members were not notified when McMillian has started a e registered a look ofyea tie m a,nauve oz ing discharged from the USAF in oppoaitiom the sidewalk project was put on recodification of the city or- Our o'clock in the afte u m anome ano grauua.ma 1954. He edited the newspaper ordinance was approved by hold. dinances, a task that is required n sh " hign scnom mere, accenmng • en he urchased it t, e was remmded. ............ o,_te until 1955 wh _ P_ .. a vote 44) with the emergency Code Enforcement by state statu at least each 10 agnauck, who had . °u.me e.rnm ur= wahe e e from Roy and Marguerite clause included and will go into ef- City Attorney McMillian years. Perkinslastrecodifiedor- a newspaper before,, umvers] y .received a degreeLmin li'sh. He Crossman of Stillwater.. Yvonne Lacln 1957,a fect ,up°n publicaticen in this discussed at length enforcement dinances in 1982. City Coun- . Barnsdall T me$ and ............ he married . . _ Y, , week s issue of The Journal. of city codes, pointing out that cilmen had received three that business enter- me.p?smon st rf re ua Perkins native, the daughter Dog Days Set generally the only city codes on- chapters, and McMillian said he ratch. In the three one v lmcapaper upon grauu - Jim and Goldie Lacy, wno was Clerk Anne Miller and Police forced consistently were the traf- had 13 others outlined and near- has been editor, theuon zrom college. . ..... working as society editor at The Chief Bill Lott announced that tic codes He pointed out that he ly ready to present. reset " " Mrs. t~urgess is a nauve o[ ~ne ~ ..... ~ --~-:~e attendi-- OSU In - " _ _tmg machines all ........ ,, ....... ouumm, w,m .... ... April 29 and May 20 were the and the police d.epart_ mmt can en- _It was. demded wmt until ~]~. Dar1~ll~vll115 i~l-t~l~ ~tUU ~t ~laUU~t o~Lrna] ~o _ We went to Barns- . ............. L_ . =he 1959, they SOlO Tne J _ . days set for dog vaccinatiens and force all city codes through U _e ci- after the new city. counci ay to try to help her get oz w.aney va ey rx n ;.. Roland and Marilyn Sodow.sKy licensing. A veterinarian will be ty court system, but some of the members are sworn in this month of them running r ecmv.ea a .aegree xrom .vum and moved to Selling whe they at the fire station from 1 to 5 on town ordinances will be far and the city begins to operate could get this week's vocauonai rtome conomi, to :owned The Dewey Cou_ nty New. s. those two Saturdays to vaccinate reaching if enforce He pointed wsth a full five mem..ber board press. We told her we coupm nave oeen m arneu o In1967 they returned to rermns dotm A city license cannot beout the ordinances pertaining to continue with recodification and ears. is secrecary-recel> r °-" • ' • • • • her her newspaper Y. ..... n. .... Ruiner and managed The Journ f.o, l urchased untd the dog owner the Natmnal B .mldi ._g Code: Na review of ordinances. The vote • rAonlsb .u. ---- weus uamel : p. m. arrived at 4 .....ta ...... owners riarmna , . shows a certificate of vaccination, tional Electriced Code, auonal was 3-I, the no vo e cast by ;Ust marked it uu to the vzm . . . , . Draper and Louis OnHaver. The Wants Pay Plumbin Code and some others. Richard Runowski. . s been working near- . _ . Evanses moved toBarnsdaU All Snorts Director Mike It was vointed out that enforce- Problem Eliminated : it he move to Perkins at the present fished "- ,t clock seven days a ............ n 1972 and owned and pub " Clinesmith and Parks andRecrea- ment of t ese codes would require The negotiations of two aree tme wtze ann 1. nave nee lines before , months, and a per- " - " "" ....... ek- The Barnsdall T" .. . tion Board President Joe Boley a new layer of city govetmnmnt in- residences and two busines.ses, be- re.aSonably get behind mr res ea m purcnas.mga Vmentreturning to ownerslup ox Ine were vresent and discussed at cluding building, plumbing and ing supplied by one remdence der all that strain, newspaper as an Journal in 1976. . . length how Clinesmith is electrical inspectors; residents water meter and sewer tap, was ' er ior some Lrne wrleswe loozeu ' ' ] 1 en e there awhile, the ." .... 'We ve been act've y gage employed and lust who he works would have to apply for building solved when it was reported by :' around towhat timeThe Journm ana..rermns, we in the weekly newspaper business for" " " nermits; city inspections would be attorney Jack Bowyer that a , Knew cnis was cne paper we • r near- " • ' • -- " • • , Y.vonne asked her if ........ m three Oklahoma towns.re . At one point, Clinesnuth re- necessary for any constructmn; mobile home .had been moved change her dock last wan ea, urgess. sa. u , ly 35 years, l vans pomps ou . sitmed because he could not plans of construction must be from the locatmn. 'I e 'nuf! Kathy is a journalis, very pop. utar m t-orris "Even though people may not re ive his first $500 ray check vresented for city approval, etc. u" atin, l on pan an elite organization ana we m ena con unne rTqe recognize it, operating a m _n and for work already done" It was a .......... - " zeacures ana columns tnac maze wife size weekl-- newspaper , ......, ..... " .... ....... ven thou-h :" zz m uauon--tne racy xxx . zcsoweureceveo. • 8 trying to cover all the bases m uld not nav him because he hadI Tlr [I'T 'N T1 T 1 lI T1 lL we will be in Perkins omy occa .... a lus " "- • " " " , . this mrculation are p nOt m ed a mx e contract, JP ....... welookforw rdtohein ....... __ . 1N VV i3 Jt J '] D J[t, Jt t really come to the smnauy,, .... ='--: "'-- all the proaucuon aria era. c?ng. and Clinesnuth would not szgn , WYyet. The old scrub apar o:zusm ureg . ]sqmteagnndandwetlunl 1 m until he found out if he was i ~meryhasn't bloomed,. ~ome_oi r~e- n e~_ ~m~ s~ne time to eliminate the numerouscovered i%r liability. Boley andWAMI3 LL WINS estem is still browv_ t urgessee nave p .am eu deadlines ana close scheduling in llnesmith both said a Perkins .....Y HA 118 VOTE IN COYLE gthough, lt'samaz- Journalareamontmycmmrens our lives." identhadalreadvthreateaeda Randy HallisPerkins'newCity Q.h,..a 4,,.t;n is uch 4 • section that wm zenr, ure games, an vet "-- • • • " m f " b ............... 0 or 50 miles to .... Mr. and Mrs. Ev s ha hree wsmt if an incident that oc- Board me Tueaday , . . In " ' stamina, jokes and draw .... la . Coyle s new caty council member, akes m when spring . - children, two of them graduates curred last vear ever havpened electron. W. +man tmnalco espon mtlmcom- . , , . 82vot ;,Je mL ........... , . _ . ..... ., ...... ooIP,T hechool.TIxe oeL. ...... .... ,. . , recmved .... ,, : .. , . . ............. 'mum t , . ........ ....... ,, . ....... .., , ,,=. ...... -_ 96 as. S br. Oo d new clerk. x x x .... 2 m t*ermns m bacy, a City Attorney McMillian vogt 22. vows, anu bu tm a h nt.qu Galloway i .., a om; a l gqp.Tgraduateand now Mrs. saidl e'urenared the-contract, and Siberian,"lavotes. ' . ,._ .dl read elsewhere in m .me mu; aria otmr specm James Patrick of Barnsdall; and Clinesmifl . if he sieaed it, Was Hall and Bud Redus, who RI I Kathero A..t.ln loin the Journal has new promouon . Lloyd W., a 1987 P-T graduate, tin his work to the unopposed for Ward S, will take tlm ( " • • h is on for a new . . . contrac g Y • Delbert Woodsmall and Bobby Ray .ect veApril 1. David _A s.earc More mformatmn will be andlmw Id not be covered bv OathofOff eataSpeeiaIMeeUng ...... ' ta ' • editor/man r "me new owners ...... ou _ . ,, ...... . . Burgess of Vmata age,. .... available when the management city Habflitv umbrell& April 17. he are he to De ame ~o empmy . - . . . . -o- _ paper, pef . . . . . of The Journal changes m the After scheduling a meetmg m- -o- . I are working fora man.an wife team edit and near future, cludir , two members of the dty " VFW To Have will be phasing out in puDnsn Tne Journal. .. All accounts due the former counc two members of the nar " " . , r---- Op~t~lttlt lvlt~ I.Ul ~ ture wh lace The former owners will remmn he -- .. - . • • 2 BREAKINS REPORTED en our rep owners may be prod at T M Millian and Clinesnnth und. at The Joumal until new manage PerkinsJournaloffice, P 0 Box ....... A rill2 MONDAY MORNING The Perkins VFW will have a r ) " V • " " l~E VV t~J.l~t,a~.~v ~v~a~) ~ ) • • • • t sure what the future ment takes over. They will me e 665, Perkins, Okla. 74059. a at the cit hall, Burglars took $315 m cash and special meeting Thursday, April 6, ) the Evanses, but one cneir book publishing business, merchandise from Whistle Step l, 1989 at 7 p.m. at Smitty s on West ; are sure of, well be _ :"~'~,"~/:'o~,t anqS-'~inv'oio~b".~i::~ and $250 in cash and merchandise Stumb~x re time to our book 1 - ---- J.]L -... ’.. ), ex.qain from Burt s Jewelry sometime business, l f rKlI1S-lrV( )ll IU tUIIEI * .o . -toa;- -torthatheearly Monday mormng. P-TS Booster .... Inc. -- J __ __:..- Entrance was made through ...... ....... atisfied ......................... • • meeting n ne was 8 going to take a vaca- L L ' .... with the meeH-= Stop, and by s hing the south The P-T All Sports Booster Club ~s1~tc~oodness vaca- JL" J[-~ ) L~'~- ~ [-~ J~ ~ I J ,~JLJL JL JL ~[~.~I]L ~t t~o ~-t;~'~ ~[oMiIlian nro- wind°w at Burr s Jewelry" A d°cr- will meet Monday, April I0 at 7:30 just *h,-oe da,, .......... ...... _ XC_ handle was,also knocked off the in Classroom 6 at the high school. , ...... " # poses m clanzy, among o ner , ..... ; ve come to a voint ,ho m~.n~ in which back door at Bob s Pizza, but on- Dmcusmon will be concerning the: to. get way o'ff on .. T he .Perkins'T .ryon Board.. of Disabilities. teachers, on single con- .- s ,.recreatmn .... Ino ne"su'cl "as"lit'-t-ley try was not. successfULwas unsuc-- _ upcoming AU-Sports Banquet. r hilland try to get aucauon accepted the supermten- tract or m their entry year. Mrs. .... ;o ted how me t apus Church , ctive of lust where dent's recommendation to accept Marie Shemberger43oldstein is the ,s ,_, ._. cessfully burglarized two weet s Park and Board , • • • . ..... 18 en~erm mm ~ne ~ ~rv.v~ury, what it is we re sup- the Letter of Remgnation of High Learning Dmabditms teacher wzth ..,k .... ,..,ao the ago. • .... T- H,,,~ lm,~,~,, ~Mt;,, --~," • • , . . w.eb.e[ &,l© ok-~*~ v.'~,~- -~" " • • " regular meeting Monday evemng, conditions, board policy would ....... g..o, 4 h bh, l, burglaries and Police Chie[ Bill lonlgltt Ifmira.) , • . . a~mv~ a l~az~ ~,za~ ~.,~w~ • SO~ " " aperson can get so Hyder ........ has accepted the superinten- allow Mrs. Goldstem to move rote and a nty" checkbook," who works Lott stud they have goo An. Important meeting, of the a rut they can't even dent spo.s. tion at Rz ey Schools; another po,tion for which she m for the city and who works for the loads. Perkins Park and Recreation Boa d Tne ermc ve ease m june au anu certified. However, Learning ,.o,t, nnfi hmdd the shafts -0- will be held Thursday, April 6, 1989 ) " " "(]El to . . . . . j~,~A ~,~-~,~) ......... r .... • . s of observation I ve the present administrati hopesDmabilities 1s the only area for " h " at 8 p.m. m the music room at the • " " time .... director be contracted to t e caty conclusion that m have someone m place m towhich she m certified. Therefor .... t o " v or CIVIL DEFENSE BEAN Perkins Elementary School (next • " d ar ......... v.'.: .... he city, U S A, change work w th Hyder before his ep - is recommended that Mrs. Maneu- , olnv . of the hark board SUPPER SATURDAY door to Mr. Hrencher s office). • slow'ly, but it does ture. Hyder has been in the P-T Shemberger-Goldstein's contract M' - ': nDointed itwouldl The Perkins Civil Defense is All coaches, parents and in- wh , system for two years not be renewed for the 1989 90 ----- "- runm a notice elsewhere m this te~ested • o touch people s ...... • ..... . " t'l e [ay meeting before the full . "ng ", "., " _. persons are urged to at- ~ly and emotionally, ur.u.me~.P~e~t.neoom'ane school year. council-would have a chance to weeK's jou_rnm ~uncingt~ tend. The park board wishes t? basis often stay too nm ..r zvm aptmcauons .tar.me Sincerely, vote on the matter He is looking 3rd Annual Civil Def _ u e an receive input from all interested ake the city hail,position ot higtt scttoot principal MfltonDavis tth libr- vb ordinanceas Supper to be held Saturday night, people regarding the future of our as far .......... " " Rlrche~ and the local from ..... as near as Langstcn and Assmtant Supenntendent a posmble" model to be used in serving ............ from 5:30 p. m. to 7:30 p. little league program in Perkins, • nct~onal, they have as wisconsin. ~atnhli~hin’ the hark board m. at the Lions l~mlomg, we must make a decision on wrtere t tt )~ " • " . • • v "v u "~ -" "" "'~ "t:) --'-" r • • ) • :red as ours by the .... A pre tmnh n regard The foUowmg m a statement o rations" m" the c ty" code book ..... The annual bean supper m a our children are gomg to p te Serve. It is music to mg the Supenntendent s recom-made by Mrs. Goldstein; pe 11:1~11 Park Liehts fund rinser for the purchase of this year and m years to come, due a Journal readermendation to not.r mploy M a i'e I would like to respond bdore any Joe inm ' about the equipment and other things need- to drastic increases in fees in Still, n , ,, nemoerger t oloscem zor cne decimons are made, and from "- '. "ption to xis or , ,o, ^^ - " .-- ... _ " " _ speak _ new HaLting system for the ball ed by the Civil Defense.: .The Civil water. . , year was presenmo, tnethe viewpoint of the L. D. student -. rations coor-Defense members and their wives -o- . • 17 v..# • . , follovnng letter dated M.arc_h" . , and myself, dinatnr Anne Miller said she was prepare the beans, cole slaw, com- Late Harvey Brlxey [ ' o ..... o o * mtkshavetheng.ht 1989w__asfenttoMrs-?ffl_tds~flbY Pu. bh'c Law 94-142 states that stfll wait/ng on an answer from C. l~.a.d.,dri~, a~d. a~pp.le~ ,a~d_ ~ Memorial Scholarship . ~xte congregauonPkSMSr~Ill; oupenn~enueu~ ~v~ w,s~uaencs can go moo r~ne b. u. lad el tric CODDler. t'rlce lS ~3.o~ Ior aullt~ _ ," e ......... -" ............ B. Anderson of Anderson ec ........ In memory of the late Harvey, ; r a chance to par Vm,D r Mr Goldsteim" z umes uauy mrreamng, ma n,, engineering" " , who was to advme" of an(] mr cnuuren. Bnxey, the" Payne County Farmers .ery year.Were ea s. _ . .. English and language arts. Some • • o man -o- _=__ .... . • • " ow- . sine of lights and h w y. U,,,u. announces first annual ~ol adrmmstrators Dr. Dale will present the foil. students are maybe 4 years behind R,l~v rm;nt~fl cmt the informa .............. ,u'=--~ als stay too long. ing recommendation to the board at in these ares , yet all have a normal months at, o ALERT DRUGGIST STOPS scn°.m s. local elections are the April 3, 1989 regular board I Q Thelaboffersachallenge, yet FORGED DRUG ATTEMPT o! high scno stuaen nvlng m ti to be held at 7"30 m at." " . ana. oau semm n m um u • • Paym County. rarencs cne t of someone who mee ng • P. • m not beyond the point of h, dd m- On Thursday, Perkins druggist ........... . .... • • . • -J .............. students mus oe memw r -t 3 thetr wmt and nothe Perkins-Tryon Supennten frustration .... ...... u^ Steve Willingham received what ...... • . , • s meu uy m w. zx© , " Pa County armers umon lot .~ mtentioned, hasdent s Ofhce. . . Currently I have 19 students, 25 ~.ld hav~ Andm~n's number so at first appeared to be a routme yne ...... .i .... :.. 1~i the groundwork Due to a decrease in the number is the maximum. Legally we can ~,"'~ ,,"~,'T~'~;'~;oo t----~-~,da,,n----ffidth prescription order, one year t~. quan~. _ ~_rauuu_,.-~, , .... m ..-. ...... v -- • • • semom mus suonu mmr appuca- rUggle of students eli81ble for Lear.,' ng have no more than 10 at a time. g;.. .... u,d , was wel- Willingham smd the order came ........... o, ,^ -oh'. W i" " l s " e Perkins- ,-~, ..... . ....... a " C~ ~ ~v, x=o~ ~ ,~ ..... . e~ be around The Disab lit~es c as es m th Schedule problems already have ~nm~ t n ~m~ tn th~ city hall the from a nurse at a Stillwate~ dec- .. . oy ...... ,~__ ~, vhile rmo~r t.h re- Trvon District, we are recommen- Tn~ rr~tn t~meh m~ades at ~-'~. .........~- .-i-- ---- .. ,,,,,o ,, "~,o h " tu~a uyster, t~ox o~=, rer~ u~, I_.=_ men ............... 3 o--- once. • u ..... fh .... ut I ._.-.me .... ...... next mormng aria uwy we m • • sthe chairman of the e.rkms m the boo.k drag that the district reduce the Also 3 subjects at once. The stu- both talk to him on a conference susp cmus when .the nurse gave 74 9. C d.vin ..... -n*s ness, only this number of teachers employed m the dent pays tlm penalty becasue they uhon me more information than I real- scheming, c .mrmt.tee ' of Learni " bilities • • • r---- ,, ma contact cnezr respec~v~ UWre t be a area ng oy are not getting quality education t',,nd, ,m av ilahl to irmly needed. It was too good, he ^ Y ............... a.dline and a slight- one. In accordance w3th the board's under these situations. If we reduce .L: said. supennten e _ca cno m s Reduction in Force Poll , the . . . new -S- a8 .... • • applic timm. The schomrsmp vnu chedule, cy. 1 teacher will cause these mtua .... r Willingham called the nurse • .... . dmn Meridian electrical tammg . 250 00 red being the townfollowm8 sequen m to be fouow- tmns to be worse than they are. tn ;natall the back and confirmed she had not be $ . _ a in the event of the elimination of .... ~ .... e-~ -- ---~- -o- P st 13 years dur- ed These students are At-Rink placed the order. It was a local ...... . ..... system when the materials and ................... o~d. As n~any O~ pomuons: -- . , students. Meaning r~ey m'e ,poest- design is available, ca~..o.aS ne nao s.u~ 11,e IP'layoa~ IB ~i~JlZe(Itileo l ne -rneJournal ___.1_.--reachers on smgm year . bled talnmyzyears,nave M]]]er was also asked about the n° mea .P°U.ce, anaw nt_ .s l T For April 30 _~u, r, llen nlanag- conwaub, counsele(l 4 s~uaen~ ......... WhO wanM ald~amik~ that were to be con- )ecl; arrived. . ~o plcg up ..... . • .,)- ,-h,t,. ;o. m~erHarlandWells 2. Licensed staff~ntry yearto drop out. The lab m also a place o,...~t~lot.tha,~Ht .qtm~n;d~h~ prescnptzon, an arrest wu made "|'Ira 1~.amns ~totmaup ~,.. . .: i970 teacher -- , ........ v-- ............ , sponsoring a PlayDay on Sunday, • We bought the • . . . to help the student cope w th and had tabled the project" at the ad- as she returned to get her dHv s A " 30, 1 30 m En - .... fees are Wells in 1976. 3. Non-tenur.ed staff- pass his regular classea v;r ,f a rem'esentative of the license from the car and att mp- A pril .. : p.. ..... litter ~ vlatoDaL -- r .... ~ Ior 811 event, s aria ~3 z~ oue ested in this porary, pro ' " These students are a part of, .t.:;~,"~,~,~=t~m~nt of Commerce ted to ]eave the ma. Two people . -- --z- ------ eveut. 4. Tenured staff. Perkins. Someday they will be tax- ~'~'..~.~.~ ;’ -nine ,,-ant money were involved. __ _ _ . . -o- We currently have no Learning (CoutJnued on Page 2) .... • ~- ~- 0- "-., -0" There m no mmumlOn.