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April 26, 1984

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P GE 12 -- The Perkins Home Builders EH Host Home Builder's EH Club celebr'ated Homemaker's Week with two events. The first event was a salad luncheon at the Trinity Baptist Church where they were co- hostesses with the church members to a noon iay fiesta to honor Mrs. Alice Heggin of Garden Grove, California. Mrs. Heggin was visiting her sister, Mrs. Elenore Smith of Coyle. After a beautiful and bountiful luncheon, Mrs. Heggin gave a lecture on her re.at trip to Greece and showed her slides. The group left Los Angeles via plane and at- Journal Thursday, April rived in Greece where they spent much of their time abroad visiting museums and historical monuments, along with temples in Athens. The Parthenon is one of the finest monuments of an- cient architecture; it is built of marble and originnlly had 8 columns on each of it's two sides. For years it served as a Christian church and as a manque. It was rendered useless for such purposes in 1687 by an explosion of gun power by the Turks. Many pieces of a mlpture have been transferred to various European collec. tions, but the Parthenon is still wonderful to see. Athens is named after Athena (a Greek goddess). Athens, like Rome, is situated on seven hms. There has been a lot of ex. cavatiou there and more and more artifacts have WIN THE BEEFX (Home Grown) Register to win one-half side of beef, :No purchase necessary. June 2, ,5 p.m. We Give S&H Green Stamps. WATERBED ROOM 1911 N. Boomer (405) 372-0900 26, 1984 been found. Once, the Acropolis of Athens with its mass of beautiful buildings was the glory of the whole ancient world. No finer structure has ever been know then the Parthenon. The religious aspect of the trip was stressed, the slides marvelous and enjoyed by 28 people, ten of whom were Home Builders members. Mrs. Heggin was given a stan- d/rig ova ion Saturday night the Home Builders had a pot luck supper at Oak Dale Community Building and invited everyone in the neighborhood. After the dinner, the Community Club elected new officers. They were Joe Long, President; Earl Smith, Vice-President; Karan Long, Secretary; and Lela Pepmfller, Treasurer, The two clubs will work together in improving the building. The 30th of April is to be a work day at Oak Dale. Rev. Bell and wife of Coyle were special guests, at the meeting. The dub will meet the second Saturday night of each month at 7 P.M. Ladies are to furnish sandwiches, dessert and drink. Everyone,. is welcome, but don forget the Home Builders meet the first Wednesday of each month at 1:30 P.M. We need you. The lesson this month is on drugs; Hazel Bucks is the leader. We have several new I Elk Roper Boots Something New! ) Cowtown Brahma Boots - Black Round Toe All Leather Hand-made Boots Brown & Black Ladies White Ship N Shore Pants with Zip Front Dee Cee Short Sleeve Western Shirts Mens Sizes to 18's Canvas Slippers Were 24.98 Now 14.98 "Since 1907" l.,.ow,.E I OE SALg ENDS APRIL 30TH Miehelle Perrin MICHELE PERRIN WINS TROPHIES R. Michele Parr|n, daughter of Mr.,and Mrs. Michael Parr|n, of Coyle recently competed in the "Our Diamond Miss" pageant in Stillwater. Michele received two. trophies in her group divi- sion, Miss Teen 14 to 16. She received ' )ur Dia- mond Miss Teen Photogenic" and was first runner-up in the modeling category. This pageant has given Michele more experience for competing in the Oklahoma Miss T.E.E.N. pageant in July. -O- members. Mrs. Smith attended her family reunion at the Coyle Girl Scout Lodge recently. There were 150 there from all over the U.S. Mrs. Heggin came from California. The fami- ly camped at the lodge for a week; how nice to have a large family, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Hubbard, Edmond, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cundifl. The Hubberds are newlyweds. Mr. Hubbard is a former principal in the Perkins School System. Mr. and Mrs. Juanita Wood, Tulsa; Mr. and Mrs. Devere Ingles, Coyl Mr. and Mrs. Steve and Donna, and Mr. and Mrs. Hanks and daughters, Oklahoma Ci- ty; Mr. and Mrs. Burns and Sarah Marie, Ed- mond; and Lawrence Singleton of the Village had a picnic Sunday on the old Bert Traver farm North of Coyle where Mrs. Ingles was born 83 years ago; how q ckly times change. Mr. and Mrs. Devere Ingles were Monday afternoon visitors of Frank and Belle Whitmore. Lena Niemeyer fell from her bed Saturday night and slept on the floor with only a bedspread over her. She was discovered Spn- day afternoon by Maxme Johnson and Cora Belle VanDeve. She is not so LEGAL NOTICE (l%blida in The Perkins Jourmd, Thursday, April 26 and May 3, 1984 - 2 tiles) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA IN THE MATTER OF OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIE CHARLES BARTHOLOMEW, NO. P 75 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against WILLIE CHARLES BAR- THOLOMEW, deceased are required to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, to the Personal Represen- tative, c/o Winfrey D. Houston, P.O. Box 2,1 Stil]water, Oklahoma, in Payne County, Okla-. home, 74076 within two months of the date of the~ first publication hereof or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 17th day of April, 1984, -s-William Charles Bartholomew Personal Representative Winfrey D. Houston P.O. Box 2 St|||water, OK 74076 Attorney for Personal Representative o()- MASONIC MEETING Perkins Lodge #92 A.F. & A.M. will host district #6 meeting Saturday evening April 28. Dinner wig be s rved at 7 p.m. by the O.E,S. Chapter #119 at the Lions Den. AU Masons and families are urged to attend. PARADISE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION Paradise Cemetery Association is having their annual meeting on Friday, April 27, at 7:00 at Progress Community Building. PRAcTIcAL ~e ING CLASS q - ' Many oppor"l await students bt~q~ Pract(cal Stzrsi~! ~~[~ Indi , Meridia tions are being until May 1, for tt which begins in/ | • Come Help 12.4 p.m. eFREE PRIZES eFREE DRAWINGS East of Cu,, On His Formerly )-In Hey, Pardner, We're HavingOur i nniversary i NOW THRU MAY 10 10TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL -- P,v t: n0s one of a kind Demo, customized T-Bird. Mark ing with everything. EVEN TALKS! 36 mo./36,000 ESP Warranty included. List $16,750 .. ONLY vAMS 1980 F250 ~ Ton, va, auto. P~I wa,~ww See this onet ...... ......... 1 1975 Dodge 8100 Van, 109" WE], fulty 1979 F150 460 V8 autO., converted, auto, power, air, captains air' ' ' :'l cha,rs, sofa bed and more+ LOW ~9iaFordc0urier one0w~,I miles! .................... $3950 actual miles! ONLY 1982 Smokec ai B-ass Boat with 1983 Mercury 70 HP motor & trolling motor. Like new! ....... ............... ONLY $5950 HEAVY DUTY TRUX & TRAILERS 1979 F350, 1 ton winch truck, CLEAN ..................... $6250 41' Lo-boy tandem axle trailer, ideal for well at this writing. , backhoe, light dozer and other s,milar Frances and Clinton operations. This week-end only... $4000 c ed on Lena Grah= USED 4 x 4 s Sunday afternoon. The 1981 Chew I ton Cab end Chassis, 4 1981 F150, VS, auto., °ne °wner' i;s! '] NEW 1983 Ranger XL, 6 cyL, =~'~ more! List $11,889,00. r-'| DEALER'S COST LESS 5~" | NEW 1984 F 150, 6 C;I~- In St O~Rg~#I FULL PR NEW i g,3Musiang GT, T-tOP,~ Grahams and Beulah wheel drive, 454-V8, 4 speed, new put engine, loaded List ~#4 Marie Henderson and engine, front "end, tires & paint! NOW ATDEALER'SCOST husband ere camping at ONLY ...................... $7950 1984 Tempo GLX, 4 door +[~'=1 Lake CarlBlackwallthis 1980 Ford F150 4x4, tu-tone, 4 power, at, windows, door lOC~'L~ week. ~;;:~efJ ......... : ............ $6750 AM/FM----'---..,,,~qricassette To 60 MPG hvff~l~ i I ,." 3"j+ INDIANS PICKET AT ,:+ ..... PAWNEE - A small group of protestors, many carrying signs, stood or 1979 LN 8000 Ford, 188" WB, 1982 Mercury Grand marched in front of the 210 HP Caterpillar engine, 5 Tribal Administration speed trans. 30,000 Ib, Tulsa door, V8, auto, power, "| building on the Pawnee winch with 5/8 cable, air sliding 6-way seats, eiectron Tribal Reserve. There is fifth wheel ONLY ..... $12,500 loaded! Low miles, one betweenapparentlyagr°wingri".group of 1/t ONLY +gstD(:AIlSJ Tribalmembers and the ,rh, /) Long 45 HP Diesel Tractor, 3 pt. 19s3 T-Bird Factory Car, VS',w| TribalspecificalCouncil,ly, Executivem°re p op,n ng 1 - o, hook-up, full hydraulic system, 2 Director Ezra Fields. speed power take off 8 forward Fields says any Tribal [ ~'~ LOGAN FORD gears ONLY .......... $3950 member may request to l t~\ HO." USED TRUX + ,~~, +,+a,,,;+ W~'J be placed on the agenda I ~:~ S~lurd~/, April 28 tO speak to the Council. I \\\k -- -i2:4p.m. 1983 Rar1~er RIO0 XLT Diesel, 114" power, a., cruLse, tilt, AMIFNL'] WB. tu-tone lots of extras! LOW miles List o~~' : ::~'~] -o- II ~r"_..V'" ~ ~\\ &\ ;&ii ~.,..m,.,,.,.,,,.. 191+1 Chew Silverado C10, V8 auto e~,~,,~ _ ~:] [ .~ ~-.~\ o,+.~,..o~ power, air, cruise, AM/FM, ONLY $6450 19~0 CheW Citation, 2 0o7,.] I~V:.ff~" "~ \ ~o,,..,h~s..~o-. 1980 Chew C20, auto. power, air, one s.- xw power, air ........... ; ;~ YALE LIBRARY TO I+'- t~v "~ __~.. o.,.om ,,,.,,., owner .....................1980 Olds Delta B8 Roysle, ~ ~| MOVE o~~ ai;:bNL#~ YALE - The Yale 1979 LTD, 4door, VS, auto.t l Public Library will definitely be moving to a 1978 T-Bird, auto, Pop" downtown location, ,,v =, ~,=. ...,too o..a~.~.. NOW. Chairman Bob Plank has i fOl' ˘ llVellhmceo'I 1024 N. Uttle , ., announced. Loan money I 11114mll Cushing I " """ I .Jd. la.,.J p.-. New & Used Motor has been committed and I l or I Custom Vans with is waiting to be in hand.l cAtt~=o~tarllA~,omrM~r$~ l 40$1372-1442 I -o- ........... mum. l /Tn.s z t FMCC ii