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8-The Journal, Thursday, April 7, 1977 Classified Ads 10 cents a word-lst lnsertim [$I.00 Minimum] 9 cents a word eseh succelve Insertion [75 cents minhnum] We accept telephone ads but must charge 50 cents billing charge for nen4edger aeeonnts. Deadline-5 p.m. &apos;rnesday Phone 405-547.2411 m .%%Y_.%e.%*ia "Re00tc00. ?.*/%%'.%%'.*.%*,*,%%%%%%**%%%%%'6%%'. FOR RENT: Office space and , reception facility available. immediately for rent. 133 S. Main, Perkins. 547-2474 7 2tchg I Steen & Riden PAINT SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Interior-Exterior Painting Complete Dry Wall Service PHONE 405-372-3050 or 405-377-0980 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom modern house with good garage & fenced yard. Call Ruth or Lee Kirk. 547-2538. 14 TFC/CHG Read the lant Ads! ".'.?.?.%%7..%%-,'.'.'.',....%%..oo....;o..o:..'. Legal Notice .'*'*.%T.?.,.%T*%%,. %%%*.%%'o%%%?o%%%%%' Published In The Journal April 7, 1977 One (1) Time. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE O[  OKLAHOMA In the Matter ) of the ) Determination ) No. of the Fact ) P-77.65 and Date of ) the Death of ) Dorothy M. Havel,) a/k/a ) Dorothy M. Reynolds Havel, ) a/k/a ) Dorothy Mae Havel, ) Deceased. ) NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION TO DETERMINE DEATH OF JOINT TENANT The State of Oklahoma to the heirs, devisees, legatees and assigns of Dorothy M. Havel, a/k/a Dorothy M. Reynolds Havel, a/k/a Do- rothy Mae Havel, deceased, and to all persons claiming any right, title or interest in or to the real estate hereinafter described: You and each of you are notified that Robert E. Havel and Odette P. Havel have filed in the District Court of Payne County, Oklahoma, a verified Petition alleging that Dorothy M. Havel died on the 3rd day of December, 1976. a resident of Payne County, Oklahoma, and thereupon her interest as a joint tenant in the real estate hereinafter described ceased and terminated, and Robert E. Havel. the surviving joint tenant, became the sole owner thereof. Said real estate is described as follows: Lot Six (O) in Block Two (2), Second Section Cimarron Heights Country Estates lAddition to the Town of Perkins, Payne County, State of Oklahoma, Excepting and Reserving unto the Grantor all of the oil. gas and other minerals in and under said premises forever; Lot Five (5), Block Two (2), Second Section Cimarroa Heights Country Estates Situations *- Wanted :....:...:.:.-':.,...::.',.;.;.,,,*2.o;*o;,*: WILL KEEP children in my home, hot meals and references. 547-2029. 8 tfc ii ii IT WANTED: Horse Shoeing, appointment or shop, Per- kins Sale Barn each Wed- nesday, reference furnished, custom handmade shoes. Chief Pearson, 918-374-2456. 15 2t* CROP HAlL INSURANCE: Insure you wheat and grain crops today. Cimarron In- I would like to express my appreciation and thanks to my friends and relatives for their prayers during my illness. Also for the flowers, cards, food and concerned inquiries. It helped so very much and God Bless each of you. Edna Chesney I I surance Co. 405-377-1880 14 2mos. JOBS WANTED: Handy man available. You name it.-we do it. 547-2466. 15 It* :..,.,,,,, FOR SALE: Ford tractor 9N. runs good. new paint. 547-2653 after 5. 15 ltchg :*::.::,:.::.,.?,,,?.%%%.%%g..,.:.:.:, Lost & Found LOST: Small black puppy with white spots on feet and chest. 547-5059 after 6 p.m. 15 ltchg , Senior Citizens Ceramics made to order. Call 547-2305 or 54%2752. 13 4tchg EASTER BAKE SALE: April 9, Lion's Den, 9 a.m. Band Boosters. 15 ltchg EXECUTIVE'S RETREAT Country contemporary3 bed. room, 2 both on beautiful heavily wooded ocreo in Perkinf most exclusive area. Over 1450 st{. ft. of super custom ntmentL including huge 2 car garage, storm cellar, large deck, best appliances end carpet. Low 40's. Ask for Frank Days 372.51f40 Eve. 547.2164 '"-" ' AGENC- "''-- Y'" 547-2401 $47-2110 Addition to the Town of Perkins, Payne County, State of Oklahoma, and a tract of land in the Northwest Quarter (NW/4), Section Seven (7), Township Seven- teen North (T17N), Range Three East (R3E), of the Indian Meridian, more parti- cularly described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at a point On the Southeast (SE) corner of Lot Six (6), Block Two (2), Second Section Cimarron Heights Country Estates Addition to the Town of Perkins, Payne County, State of Oklahoma, thence East One Hundred Fifteen (115) feet, thence North Two Hundred Thirty (230) feet, thence West One Hundred Fifteen (115) feet, thence South Two Hundred Thirty (230) feet to the point of beginning. Excepting and Reserving unto the Grantor all of the oil, gas and other minerals in and under said premises forever And furthermore, you and each of you are notified that the aforesaid Petition further alleges that the interest of Dorothy M. Havel as a joint tenant in the real estate hereinafter described ceased and terminated, and Odette P. Havel, the surviving joint tenant, became the sole owner thereof. Said real estate is described as follows: Lot Eight (8), in Block One (I), Riggs Subdivision of Lot Eleven (11), Block One (1), McFarland Acres, an Addi- tion to the City of Stillwater, Payne County, Oklahoma. Said Petition has by order of the District Court been set for hearing before the District Court the 19 day of April, 1977, at 10:00 A.M., in the County Court Room No. 302 in the County Court House in Stillwater in said Payne County, Oklahoma, when and where you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why said Petition should not be taken as true and why the Court should not make and enter an order adjudging the fact and date of the death of the said Dorothy M. Havel, a/k/a Dorothy M. Reynolds Havel, a/k/a Dorothy Mae Havel, the termination of her interest as a joint tenant in said real estate, and that thereupon, the surviving joint tenant, Robert E. Havel, became the sole owner of the first two tracts described above, and that the surviving joint tenant, Odette P. Havel, became the sole owner of the third tract above described. Dated this 4 day of April, 1977. (SEAL) Rose I. Jarvis, Court Clerk VANCE H. FRIED, Attorney for Petitioners School April 13-15 MONDAY NO SCHOOL TUESDAY Pizza Cole Slaw Rosy Applesauce Milk WEDNESDAY Country Steak w/Gravy Whipped Potatoes Garden Salad Jelled Cranberry-Pears Hot Rolls Milk THURSDAY Beans with Weiners Spinach Carrot and Celery Sticks Sliced Peaches S.M. Bread Milk FRIDAY Hamburgers French Fries Sliced Onions Banana Pudding. Milk OLSON'S HARDWARE NOW HAS BULK GARDEN SEED Same variety the Cimarron Valley Coop handled last year. No School News this Week Mrs. Anna Marie Evans, Journalism instructor, an- nounced there would be no school news this week due to the Easter vacation Thurs- day, April 8 and 9 through the 1 lth. However, since the students will return on April 12th, the Journalism class will have their regular pages again next week. Watch for special honors and pictures (as well as upcoming events concern- ing) the F.F.A., P-T Band and Dawn Denise Bradley's scholarship. The class does a great job. Pot Luck Supper at ISL A pot luck supper was held Saturday, March 19 at IXL Community Building. A covered dish luncheon was served. The tables were decorated for St. Patrick's day. The evening was spent visiting. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stratton, Mrs. Roscoe Emer- son, Robert Havel and grandson, Kevin McNew, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bliss, Mr. and Mrs Robert Jordan, Mr. and Mrs Rhodile Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fairley and sons, Robert and Darrell, Mrs. Grace Hudgens, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moser, Mrs. Emma Wagner, Coyle; Mrs. Erma Arnett, Coyle; Mrs. Dorothy Ehrman, Coyle. n [ payn e County Court l APRIL 4, 1977 CIVIL CASES FILED: The City of Stillwater vs Darrel W. Overholt, et al, Condemnation, Roger L. McMiilian. 1st National Bank vs Dwight E. Gammon, Money Judgment, Bird, McBride, etal 1st Nat'l Bank vs Ronnie D. Welch, Money Judgment, Bird, McBride etal. In Re: App'l of James Brian Murdock, Change of Name, Thomas L. Reams. Kyle B. Estes vs Terry Guinn, Money Judgment, Fitzgerald, Houston, Worth- ington. Okla. Emp. Security Comm. vs Robert G. Taylor, Tax Warrant. Okla. Emp. Security Comm. vs Green Courtland, Tax Warrant. Roscoe E. Bailey vs Okla. Employment Security Comm., Appeal, Grubbs & Wilcoxon. Oklahoma Tax Commis- sion vs Richard Whetley, Tax Warrant. Okla. Coca Cola Bottling Co. vs Robert V. Nelson, Money Judgment, Cubbage & Cubbage. James B. Kennedy and Louise Kennedy vs Jessie P. Burr, Money Judgment, Cubbage & Cubbage. Hubert Schlicting vs Gary R. Springer, Money Judg- ment, Bullock & Hornbostel. Tom Crozier vs Emery Rutherford, et al, Money Judgment, Landis Shook. In Re: App'l of Ivey Augustin Gomez, Change of Name, Thomas, Hers, An- derson. PROBATES FILED: P-77-57, Gdn. of Della Denning, Fitzgerald, Hous- ton, Worthington. Carney News >L "byPat Skaggs I I i II took six boys on an outmg last week to points' around McAlester and Arkansas, touring Robbers Cave and climbing hills. Making the two day trip were Jeff Harris, David Brandon, Grog Harris, Mark Porter, Jamie Garcia and Mike Skaggs. They all had a very enjoyable time during spring break. This and That Members of the sixth grade class at Carney honored their teacher, Mrs. Patsy Rains, with a pink and blue shower on Friday March 18. Carney's High School Baseball team played in a tournament this past week. The event begin on Tuesday and the finals were played Saturday. Mrs. Cassy Kitchen has been transferred to the Cushing hospital after a stay in Oklahoma City. She is recuperating from a broken hip sustained in a fall at her home. Mrs. Guss Pritchard is at home following surgery in the Shawnee Medical Center . We wish you a very fast recovery Mrs. Pritchard. Mrs. Patty Starling has completed a schooling on cake decorating and is now in business for orders. You can contact her at her home in Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Skaggs and family had as their visitors, their daughter Patty and her husband Alli Daei and Aili's sister Fiaza, from Marrietta. Alli and Fiaza are on spring break from Gainsville, Texas College. Everyone have a good day. Make someone happy today. Just a smile might do the trick. Town "76" Meeting Several workshops on issues facing the town of Carney were discussed Sat- urday, March 26, 1977 when this community held its "Town 76" Meeting along with other towns in the state and nation. The meeting opened at 10 a.m. with Allen Goodbary serving as master of ceremonies and the "Sound Foundation" singing group from Wellston High School entertained those attending. Games for the children and a food booth sponsored by the Carney Extension Han,emakers were other parts of the day-long program. Mr. Russell Hamner gave the History of Carney. Many new ideas were brought forth on how to beautify Carney. Revival Begins The Tryon Assembly of God Church will begin a Revival April 18 with Rev. Lonnie Donaldson 'pastor of the Carney Assembly of God Church. Services will begin each night at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Lorn Starling pastors the Tryon Assembly of God Church. The Carney Assembly of God Church finished a three day gospel singing Revival with the White Lightenings of Chandler, March 25-27. Everyone enjoyed many blessings and up-liftings from these services. Junior Play The Carney High School Junior Class presented their class play, "Lock, Stock and Lipstick", Friday night April 1 at the Carney High School Auditorium. A Bingo and, cake walk followed the play. Everyone enjoyed the even- ing very much. David Fabry, a teacher in the Carney School system P-77-58, J.D. of Death of Lucy Ann Redus, Thomas, Herr, Anderson. P-77-59, Adm. of Lillie E. Oldham, Fitzgerald, Hous- ton, Worthington. P.77-60, J.D. of Death of Tilman Bacock, Max E. Sater. P-77-61, Adm. of Minerva Belle Smith, Max E. Sater. P-77-62, J.D. of Death of Loy O. Tignor, Bird, McBride, Hochderffer, Ba- ker. P-77-63, J.D. of Death of Alyce Rae Burkey, J. Stewart Arthurs. P-77-64, J.D. of Death of Edward Giddeon & Ida Giddeon, Sam Withiam. DIVORCES FILED: Thurman Wesley Wilson vs Kye Cha Wilson, Gross Neglect of Duty, Landis Shook. Renee E. Butler vs James Donald Butler, Incompati- bility, J. Stewart Arthurs. Karen Denise Frazier vs Kenneth Michael Frazier, Incompatibility, Bird, Mc- Bride, Hochderffer, Baker. Men In Service ASSIGNED AS RIFLEMAN Army Private Robert E. Boatright, 22, whose wife, Debbie, lives at 8325 Riggs, Overland Park, Kan., recent- ly was assigned as a rifleman in Company B, 4th Battalion, 23rd Infantry of the 172nd Infantry Brigade at Ft. Richardson, Alaska He entered the Army in March 1976. His mother, Mrs. Shirley Black, lives at 8215 Marty, Overland Park. Pvt. Boatright's father, Robert C. Boatright, lives in Carney, Okla. The Symbol of the Dogwood Tree There is no evidence to prove its authenticity, but the symbolic legend of the Dogwood tree is said to be the oldest of the Christian era. Although generations have kept the story alive, no one has been given credit for its beginning--or even re- telling it. It may not be "immortal," but it is interesting. Paul Harvey said when he visited the Holy Land, he discovered the legend is told there much the same as he first heard it half a world away. He felt that, in itself, was strange since the possibility for elaborating on it is great. To some it is fact, and to others it is merely a fairy tale. But in the re-telling of the legend, it has been given a certain amount of credi- bility. At the time of the crucifixion of Christ, the dogwood was said to have been as large as an Oak tree. Due to its strong even texture, it was chosen as the timber for the cross of Christ. As he was nailed upon the "tree," the story goes that Christ was aware of "'its painful remorse." in his compassion he supposedly said to the tree; "Because of your share of My suffering. never again shall the dogwood tree grow large enough and strong enough to be put to such a purpose as this." Then He continued, "Henceforth. the dogwood shall be slender and bent and twisted, that it might forever remain unmolested by the tools of cruel men." And the blossoms shall be in the form of a cross--two long petals and two short. In the center edge of each petal thee will be nail prints--brown with rust and stained with red. In the center of the flower will be a crown--of thorns. And all who pass and see the dogwood tree will remember Me." Catalina Lucia Ridlon vs IBISON UPH( Ronald Lee Ridlon, Incom- 614 East Kirk patibility, Bird, McBride, Perkins, Okla. Hochderffer, Baker. 405-547-2077 Judity Kay Mahoney vs Specialize in first Daniel Beal Mahoney, In- Furniture Upholstery. compatibility, Bullock & All Work Guaranteed Hornbostel. 45 Years Experience Sonne Dian Meadows vs Samples-Free Es Kendall Alden Meadows, Incompatibility, Thomas, Hers, Anderson. ASPHALT SND GRAVI:I. Marilyn McAlister vs Jerry Lee McAlister, Incom- Kerns patibility, Thompson & Construction lw Mitchell. Brenda Jo Kelley vs Eat 8that Track Steven J. Kelley, lncom- StiHwuter patibility, James M. Sprin- ger, Jr. Patricia Lynn Zimmerman ,er's vs Larry Dee Zimmerman, Incompatibility, James M. GotQge Springer, Jr. West of the Cemetery m Gerald Lew Heppel vs Knipe Street, Indust. part Sherry Ann Heppel, Incom- patibility, Cubbage & Cub- Phone: 547.2020 bage. Jean Yvonne Bright vs WANT TO SELL?? t William Donald Bright, Jr., Incompatibility, Sam Wit- We have buyers- hiam. We need Belinda Lee Wilson vs SasserAgency Paul Wilson, Incompati- RealEstate bility, Bullock & Hornbostel. 107 N. Main Duff Ronald Wright vs Perkins Okla. Ruth Karola Wright, In- compatibility, Cubbage & ,11 Cubbage. Leonard Eugene Skaggs vs 715 Kathie Sue Skaggs, Gross Moi Neglect of Duty, James M. leII-* Springer, Jr. STILLWATER MARRIAGE LICENSES: Billy Gene German, Jr., 19, Stillwater; Robyn An- nette Hesser, 17, Glencoe. Lucius Bates, 39, Still- water; Rosa Lee Swain, 30, Purcell. Price Freeman Campbell, 36, Stillwater; Mary Kay Audd, 23, Stillwater. Christopher Byron Smith, 21, Stillwater; Deborah Renee Smith, 21, Yale. GAGE WESTERN STORE BOUTS-tiATS-J EAN SADDLE GEAR 115 V. 7th Stillater FR2-333g I 1 II Termites ROACHES, RATS AND ALl. OTHER PESTS Free Estimates and inspection SINCE 1932 Itome Owned & Operated TREE & SHRUB SPRAYING A&M Termite Co. 372-2526 377-6O83 SHELTON I.UMBER CO. Lumber & all uther building materials with Er SD<th Glenn English is comin! county ogoin during this sionol Recess to meet with people he represents. ested citizens to heor STILLWATER USDA Agricultural Center Building Friday. April 8, 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 VALL AERIAL SPRAYI PROMPT RELIABLE SERVICE for all your aerial spraying needs Call: Tommy Tomlinso00 624-8783 Stillwater or Cimarron Valley Coop 547-2700 Perkins 372-7171 HARRISON ELECTRIC ALONG WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW CARRIES ...... MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS WITH EASY INSTALLATION FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric LIGHT HOUSE 914 S. Main