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8-The Journal Thursday, April21, 1977 .? +it= Ciass&apos;ified Ads 10 cents a word-lst In.talon "" [51.00 Minimum] 9 cents a word each succ.mlve hurtloa [75 cents minimum] ! We accept telephone ada hut must eharRe 50 cents MWnB d,=se for non.ledpr ,41ceounts. i+: Deadline.5 p.m. Tuesday + ,= Phone 405-547-2411 ATTENTION YOUNG AT MEART: We are fortunate to bare a graduate of Cal Golden's Caller's College iaterested in forming a+ square, dance club in Perkins. If you are interested in learning to square dance, please send a post card with {911owing information: Name, address, phone no., day and time you would like to dance--to: Box 83, Rt. 2, Perkins, Okla. 74059 171tchg II[ll YARD SALE: Thursday, April 21; Friday. April 22; and Saturday, April 23. itemsltems you can afford. 5 N.E. First, Perkins. pd 'Iill I . jIll Steen & Riden +PAINT SERVICE + FREE ESTIMATES Interior-Exterior Painting Complete Dry Wall Service PHONE ','o%'e,',.',',',',,;,..,.,,,,o,J.,.,.,;,;.;:,:<,=.:! situations | j WILL KEEP children in my home, hot meals and references. 547-2029. 8 ffc .... -llliN -I CROP HAlL INSURANCE: Insure you wheat and grain crops today. Cimarron In- surance Co. 405-377-1880 14 2rues. I I I JOBS WANTED: man available also cleaning. Call after 5 p.m. 547-2437. 15 4t* ..................................... p - IP Fo. 00oJe e.'.:o.%?o?o%0;';';';,'...o, o','.'.'.'-'---'*=:-*-" :'[" FOR SALE: Whole Milk, $1.25 per gallon. Call 547-2649. CARD OF THANKS Words could never fully express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the wonderful people from the Perkins and Coyle communi- ties, the men from the. Stillwater Motorcycle Club, and others whose names we, Handy don't even know, who took House 'the time from their friends and families on Easter Sunday to help fight the fire on our farm. Without the help of all you wonderful people, the dam- age could have been so much greater and we feel we might even have lost our home. Bless you all. Jack and Alpha Longan 16 2tchg Coyle, Okla. EXECUTIVE'S RETREAT Country contemporary3 bed. room, 2 bath on beautiful heavily woode d acreage in Perkins' most exclusive i-ea, Over 1450 sq.+ft, of sups custom appointments, including huge 2 car garage, storm cellar, large dock, best appliances and carpet. Low 40's. Ask for Frank Days 372-5680 Eve. 547-21(A 405-372.3050 or "-"'?,'cg'-r 405-377-0980 5d7-2401 547-1110 Help Wanted I Male-Female WEEKEND JOBS --Just check these benefits:-- , EXTRA MONEY Seniors start at $49.92 -- Veterans earn from $57.76 to $85.00 Ir month. INSURANCE $20,000 Life-Health also available. , FAMILY BENEFITS , PX Privileges * RETIREMENT BENEFITS , . .for Career Reserve Personnel Call or Write: SFC Claude Jordan=SSG Dave Boardman I 2715 N. Washington [ 372.2790 Stillwater, Ok. 74074 [ 95th DIV. ARMY RESERVE I I I 0 I I i I NAME: I I ADDRESS: TOWN: J .... z.,,..___J Read the Want Ads! ...%%::.'.,'.'yC.%%,.%%%%*%,%';,=-'-:*:':" ).., - Legal Notice .:.::..%?''o:.'?%:.*.%%%???.,%..'*T*N?.:*?o.*%? (Published in The Perkins Journal, April 14, 21, and 28, 1977-3 times) NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Notice is hereby given that the Payne County Board of Equalization shall be in session in the County Clerk's office at the Courthouse, Stillwater, Payne County, Oklahoma, commencing on the 25th day of April, 1977, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of equalization, correcting and adjusting the assessment rolls of said county to conform to the fair cash value of the property assessed, as defined by law, and shall be continued from day to day until concluded, but each session shall not continue beyond the hour of 5 o'clock p.m. on the 7th day of June 1976. Written complaints must be filed with the Secretary of said Board, Box 7, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 74074, on or before May 2, 1977. Board of Equalization Payne County, Oklahoma [,ester Smith, Chairman Joe Hastings, V-Chairman Ray T. McLaury, Member Ill I I Cimarron Laundromat 128 N. MAIN PERKINS Open 24 Hours A. R. Karnes 547.2692 ...... II I Ill IIll WANT TO SELL?i?7 We have buyers- We need listings. Sasser Agency Real Estate 307 N. Main 547-2927 Perkins, Okla. I April 11, 1977 MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Billy Wayne Adams, 25, Oklahoma City and Marilyn Inez Hamilton, 20, Blackwell Michael Joseph Russell, Legal, Perkins, Marjorie Ann Walker, Legal, Perkins Billy Ray Hurley, 27, Stillwater and Linda K. Eaton, 24, Stillwater Everett Lewis Adams, 22, Stillwater and Glenda Jean Curnett, 20, Oklahoma City Mark Allen Brown, 19, and Theresa Jean Hale, 17, Glencoe Ray Lewis Davis, Jr., 23, Stillwater and Sherri Lynn Balduff, 21, Stillwater Joe Allen Frazier, 20, Drumright and Nancy Fern Deer, 17, Drumright Douglas Clark Gable, 20, Stillwater and Dianna Rae Terry, 21, Liberal, Kan. Gary Wayne Burger, 20, Chandler and Debts Lea Johnson, 18, Sparks William Gordon Mays, 24, Tulsa and Brenda Gall Strain, 21, Stillwater Charles Randolph Burke, 19, Tulsa and Jeannie Marie Rankin, 18, Tulsa Robert Edmund Clark, 52, Stillwater and Georganne Tat Barrow, 31, Stillwater Jeffrey Lane Howard, 23. Norman and Susan Carol Pearcy, 23, Nash DIVORCES FILED: Mary Louise Rhodes vs. Dennis Keith Rhodes-aban- donment, Cubbage & Cub- bags Michael Anthony Nelson vs. Rosie Marie Nelson-ln- compatibility. James M. Springer, Jr. Judy Kay Slavens vs. Alvin Leon Slavens-Incom- patibility. James M. spring- er, Jr. Deana Kay Hall vs. James Herbert Hall-Incompatibility James M. Springer, Jr. t72-7171 CIVIL CASES FILED: Carl Nixon, Jr., et ai vs. Heirs, et al Giadys Nixon- Determination of Heirs. Fitzgerald, Houston, Worth- ington First Bank and Trust vs. J. R. Wright, et al-Money Judgement. Chapel, Wilkin- son, et al Cushing Grocery Co. vs. Don Crabtree-Money Judg- ment. Cubbage & Cubbag Belmont Casket Mfg. vs. Fred C. Reavis-Money Judg- ment. McClelland, Collins Sheban Gas-N-Go Service Stations vs. John J. Shelton-Money Judgment. Byers & Phelps U. S. Supply Co. vs. Frank C. Robson, et el-Money Judgment John C. Herring- ton U. S. Leasing Corp. vs. Fred GudgeI-Money Judg- ment. McCleiland, Collins, Sheehan StiIlwater Municipal Hos- pital vs. Karl Baker -Money Judgment. Thomas, Herr, Anderson PROBATES FILED P-77.65 J. D. of Death of Dorothy M. Hayl, Vance H. Fried P-77-66 Adm. of Edward W. Sawyer & Florence May! Sawyer. Max E. Sater P-77-67 J. D. of Death of Celestie Faires. Cubbage & Cubbage HARRISON ELECTRIC ALONG WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW CARRIES ...... I I I Ill Illl I -'rontJer Federal Savings ce! in: Ponce City Oklahoma City Tulsa !N Stiilwater BertlesviHe Edmond Cushing I j_ illl/ Iljl I Ij IIIIII I I I [I I I . II III/I ....... Ilj MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMs WITH EASY INSTALLATION FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric" LIGHT HOUSE 914 S. Main, Stillwater J I I Report of April 18, 1977 MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS: William Floyd Riehards,19, Earlsboro and Rosalie Wy- ant, 18, Stillwater Roger Lee Williams, 22, and Suzanne Stamper, 20, both of Stillwater Rex Allen Bowman, 20 and Debra Kay Fansler, 18, both of Stillwater Larry Wallace Moore, 33, and Reta Annette Condit, 24, both of Stiliwater Charles Edward Potter, 22, and Debra Lynn Gordon, 20, both of Stillwater David Andrew Furgason, 24, and Gloria Bennett, 26, both of Stiliwater Stuart Edward Scheppele, 39, and Peggy Jean Peaden, 28, both of Stillwater David Allen Johnson, 24, Stillwater, and Elizabeth Anne Stinnett, 18, Stillwater Muibi Y Aigoro, 25, and Barbara Fay Nutall, 21, both of Stillwater Eddie Lynn Denman, 22, and Sue Allen Rothstein, 21, both of Stillwater DIVORCES FILED: LaDawn Hart vs. Richard LeRoy Hart-Incompatibility. Robert M. Murphy John Allen Furman vs. Judith Ann Furman-lncom- patibility. James M. Spring- er. Jr. O :1 Nancy Jeanne Scott vs. City of St-illwater vs. David Patterson Scott. In- Ruben Jay, et al-Condemna- compatibility. Bird, Mc- tion. Roger McMillian Bride, Hochderffer Oklahoma Morris Plan vs. Carol McLaughlin vs. iTommy R. Welch & Patricia Terry McLaughlin-lncompat. Welch-Money Judgment. ihility. Charles E. Daniel Bird, McBride, Hochderffer Darwin Lee Langley vs. Oklahoma Morris Plan Co. Carla C. Langley-Gross vs. ChesterL. Mickand Judy Neglect of Duty. James M. Mick. Money Judgment. Springer, Jr. William Baker Thomas R. Hurst vs. Judy LaVon Forbis vs. Vinson Kay Hurst-Gross Neglect of Eugene Brown-Money Judg- Duty. William B. Hornbostel ment. William Baker Tien S. Hou vs. Le Lin 1st Nat'l Bank, Stillwater Hou-Ineompatibility. Thom- vs. Donald G. Gay, et as, Hert, Anderson M-Money Judgment. Bird, Mc-Bride, Hochderffer PROBATES FILED: Leroy Retherford vs. Mrs. P-77-68 Conservatorship of Vernon Gayhart - Transfer L.W. Ritchey. Max E. Sater from Small Claims. Cubbage P-77-69 J. D. of Death of &Cubbage Lela Rodgers. Erwin & Butts -o- P-77-70 Will of Amy Chrystal, Thomas, Hert, Anderson ' ' -- P-77-71 Gdn. of Warren SHELTON LUMBER CO. LaVerne Alberty Ill. James M. Springer, Jr. Lumber'& alJ other building materials CIVIL CASES FILED: State of Oklahoma vs. 9th and I.ORY Central Oklahoma Gravel TII.I.WATER. OKI.A. Corp-Tax Warrant State of Oklahoma vs Clydene W. Lemons -Tax Warrant State of Oklahoma vs. OLSON'S Ruby L. Baker -Tax Warrant HARDWARE City of Stillwater vs. Murle NOW HAS and Opal Edmondson-Con- BULK GARDEN demnation. Roger McMillian SEED Same variety the Cimarron Valley Coop handled last year. Restaurant FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1977 BEGINNING AT !:00 P,M. 319 S. Washington St., Stillwater, Okla. "Regardless of Weather The Berry Agency will Liquidate the Entire Contents of the Palace Saloon, formerly the Coachman Restaurant. Excellent Inventory including a LIKE NEW  OISCO SOUND SYSTEM GAMES, LIKE NEW Bass or FIXTURES and FURNITURE 16-Red Vinyl Booths with Formica Tables (Good Condition and Moveable), 34-Red Vinyl Stack Chairs (Good), Iron Lamps, Stainless Work Tables, Counters, Shelving, Formica Tables. EQUIPMENT EttrGOOd Scotsman Ice Maker, Notions!  C-ash Register =l'i"m-e C-ock, 8 x_..66 Needham __ __ (Complete and Walk-In Freezer Movable), Perlick Glass Front Refrigeration Unit (Good), Perlick Beer Cooler and Dispenser (Portable), Globe Meat Slicer, Large Pots and Pans, Dishes, Flatware, Ho- bart Dishwasher (Complete), Light Fix- tures, Fire Extinguisher, and Supplies. SOUND SYSTEM LIKE NEW CROWN  SYSTEM COM- PTE: l-O 150 A Crown Amplifier, I-D 60 Crown Amplifier, 1-Cimarron Cross-Over System, 1-Teac Model 2 Mixer, I-BIC 960 Turntable, 4-JBL Custom Built Speakers. ENTIRE SYSTEM WILL SELL AS A UNIT. IDEAL or HOME or BUSINESS! Instructional Manual Included). GAMES Four (4) Dynamo Foosball Coin Operated Sets. (Complete and ready to GO! ... Good Condition). ALSO 17 Ft. Sooner Craft model SL11, Red vinyl Interior in Excellent Condition! 85 H.P. Mercury Mad. 850 Engine in Very Good Condition, Also Little Dude Trailer. 1969 Ford model 100 Pickup. Auctioneer Note: This is truly on EXCEPTIONAL Fishing Rig, Complete and ready to GO! Call Auctioneer For Detail Inspection ! INSPECTION: Inventory may be inspected Thursday, April 28, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Terms: Cash. Personal Check with Valid I.D. All Merchandise must be moved within 24 Hrs. following AUCTION! JAYCO Travel Trailers Uprights, fold downs, fifth wheels and MINI Motor homes Shed's Sales & Rentals 506 S.E. 2nd Perkins, Okla. 17 ffc Phone 547-2086 m.- Grooms FURNITURE & 208 W. 19th, FR2-0508 Northside Cle 372-0644 716N. STILl WATER Drive-u DRAPES CLEANED AND Ready Concrete Radio Dispatched T, Crushed Rock & Road AggJlegates Cement & Sand Reinforcing Rods 372-1885 THEQUAPAW 324 E. 4th. Stillwater IBISON UPH 614 East Kirk Perkins, Okla. 405-5q7-2077 Specialize in first Furniture UpholsteT All Work Guarante 45 Years Experience Samples-Free GAGE WESTERN BOOTS-tlATS-J EAN. SADDLE GEAR 115 ,V. 7lh FR2-3.138 ASPHALT SAND GRAVEL Kerns Construction East 8lh at Tracks Stlllwater 00AUG00TION8 Real Estate- Saturday, May 7, 1977 1:00 p,m./2:30 p.m. "Regardless of Weather'" Perkins, Oklahoma The Berry Agency has been employed to AUCTION an Outstanding Acreage and Home. Take Notice of These Auctionst AUCTION #1 - 1:00 P.M. Location: From Perkins, Okla., go to first blacktop road south of town, West one mile to NE/corner of land. Look for Auction sign. Legal Description: E/2 NE/4 11-17 North - 2E. Payne Co.. Okla. Tract contains 65.879 acreS. (Detailed Map Furnished on Request.) Auctioneer Notes: This is the Original Homestead of the famous r:rank Eaton (Pistol Pete). This is truly $ BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. Well balanced with ap" prox. 50 acres under cultivation, balance in PICTURESQUE TREES. Five Ever-Flowing STREAMS. Clear. Stocked Spring-Fed POND. Well Fenced, Small Frame Home. Auctioneer's Comment: This is an EXCEPTIONAL acreage! Located just right for Convenience and Privacy. Truly beautiful home site. Unlimited Possibilities, Please call for Detailed Inspection. AUCTION #2 - 2:30 P.M Location: 315 NW. 2rid St.. Perkins, Okla. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6.7, & 8, Block 6. WERTS ADDITION to Town of Perkins, Okla. Lot Size: 100' x 140'. Auctioneer Notes: Very n,ce, clean, Two-Bedroom Home, Concrete Block Construction. One Bath. Outbuildings. Very Large Lot. Auctioneer's Comment: Very Quaint Home in Beautiful Setting, White Picket Fence. Huge abun" dance of Plants and Shrubs, Home nestled in rear of lot. Terms: 1096 Day of Auction. Balance upon approval of title and delivery of deed. Surface Rights Only on Land. Possession Immediate. Land sells subject to confirmation of District Court of Payne Co., Okla. Call Auctioneer for details. Owner: Philip L. Cook and Hulda A. Cook. I Vance Fried, conservator. Ber_r00_ Stillwater, Okla. "t  372.7066 o:Y:.T' , Tom D. Berry & Associates, Auctioneers