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April 6, 1989     The Perkins Journal
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!. -- A;, ~, 6, l!:39 PAGE I0 The i~rtd, .... Journal Th',~r~:~' r" The Way It Was The calendar on the wall says November 1955, and "Pistol Pete" Frank Eaton Icenterl was being honored by the Perkins Lions Club on his 95th birthday. Frank is cut- ting the cake while the late Bob Chesney (left to right) Gaien Holsinger and Paul Evans look on. Delpha Jamison, Lions Club cook, is in the background• Pistol Pete was declared the oldest Lions Club member in the world. He died April 8, 1958. Second City-Wide Gara Sale Will May 13 Perkins folks are going to be their home, and hosts for the second annual tion so it can be Perkins City Wide Garage Sale wide map so the May 13, and they think if it is ple coming to Perkins1 anything like the first one, it will where the sales are be a great success. There is no fee to The Garage Sale Day will be ex- p articipants for listing panded this year to include a mer- tion on the map. chant's sidewalk sale on main Those who will street, and church and organiza- garage sale May 13 tional groups will be asked to the Chamber offi have bake sales since it will be the 547-2131, or 372-6490 day before Mother's Day. If there to be included on the is enough interest, a space will be those who would like provided for arts and crafts at a arts and crafts small fee. organization Otherwise, everyone else is sale should let the urged to set up a garage sale at Commerce know. Bids for New Building Set for May 9 At Thursday's meeting to The physical review architectural plans for the will be new elementary school, the P-Tthe east end of board of education decided to portable schedule construction bid open- moved from the main ings on May 9. A notice for bid the elementary will be published in The Journal. According to Supt. To be constructed will be a 16two bids will be classroom air conditioned build- 9, one for the ing with offices, cafeteria, and another for the physical education building toequipment. house Kindergarten through 4thAfter opening on grade, or approximately 400 bids will be students. Construction will be on sidered and a E ast Kirk Street across from the award the contract. Methodist Church. : From left to right, are Josh Morris, Cash Diel, Amber Diel, Shawn Diei lind Tara Herring who participated in the Oklahoma Junior Breeding Sheep Association. Young People Win by Tom Did Agricultural Communications, OSU Recently at the Oklahoma Junior Livestock Show at Oklahoma City, four 4-H members from Perkins received special awards for their in- volvement in the Oklahoma Junior Breeding Sheep Association • Of the five breeds of sheep shown :in the Oklahoma breeding sheep • shows, four of the championship buckles for the supreme champion rams were presented to Perkins sutdents, Josh Morris received a buckle for the Champion Southdown ram, Amber Diel received one for the champion Dorset ram, Tara Herr- -ing received hers for the Champion Suffolk ram and Shawn Diel re- ceived the Champion Hampshire ram buckle. These young people competed in four shows that were sanctioned by the OJBSA and were determined to Something New! Imprints on Flour Sack Material to Sew Sack Jumpers Spring Sale Continues ALL DRESSES 30% off New Styles in Sb rt Sleeve W estern Shirts be winners from a points system established by the association. The OJBSA is an organization of 4-H and FFA members who com- peted at the specified shows• E ach year following the shows, points are tabulated to determine the cham- pion ewe and ram for each of the five breeds exhibited. This is the first year that four of the ten buckles awarded were re- ceived by members from the same city. -O- SUPPORTS PARK PAWHUSKA - The city has received a check for $7000 for the Louise Snyder Park Fund. The council membels were advised that a total of $60,000 plus was becoming available for the park in the way of cash, stocks and bonds left to the funck New Patterns in Western Shirts i II NOTICE TO CLASS OF 1939 Any Perkins Alumni of the Class of 1939 planning to attend the A mni Ban- quet the first Saturday in N ovember, can call Baker's Store if they have any questions or ff I can pass any information on to the secretary. Be planning now to attend this year. This is our GoldenI John Baker Call 547-2461 Ill I I I Baker's Store Ser, ng Your Family Since 1907 Perkins, Oklahoma That's the beauty of newspaper advertising. When you've reached a reader with your message, you've got their attention and their concentration• Their complete concentration. Nobody ever shined their shoes while they read the news. Can radio and television advertis- ing make such a claim? No way. Too many times those advertising vehicles are little more than back- ground noise• When people turn to their paper, they turn there with interest. Which means that's where your advertising message needs to be. With all the choices available, it's difficult deciding how best to advertise your business. But everything becomes a little simpler when you remember one rule.