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P01~ bALE: 1970 Elk R,ver - CALL ME before you buy a l~Nl=l". DETAILS on a 6.1250;~ a ------- I 'we large bedrooms, 11/2 Building, Grain Bin, Auger or loan for your Grain Storage, aths, partly furnished, car- any Grain Handling Equip- Auger and Grain Handling 10 x 50 Mobil Home with ~ed, central heat, skirting, lent or We both lose! Spring Equipment needs. We have itPatio Cover and some iedOwns, fenced backyard, I(Y discount. Brent D. Eggers in stock. Call Brent at 405- furniture. X 10 storage shed, air Agri-Systems. Morrison, OK,724-3255. 222 NE Ist - 125 feet x 140 ~lditioned. $4,900. 405-724-3255. PROCESSING beef and pork feet corner lot with 8 room, 547-2811 SPRING DISCOUNT" Grain for locker and home freezer-- two story home and smaller 1-17-18-pd storage or drying bins and all custom cur!rig and locker rent house. ~1 SALE, ]9~-~ accessories for drying grain, rentals. Sxmanks Frozen Various styles and sizes toFood Center, $23 South 10S Chnarron North- 100 ~t~Up, good condition, 1 ton. .-- ........... d= ~,,ku'- Washington Stillwater feet x 169 feet shadded lot ll|~g=t j~uut .~l. o. ,Ju ~rJ ' , 547-2811 Stirway and Foreway systems; 372-8481. with new home. fireplace. -,.. 1-17-18-pd " 42tfc completeh carpeted, many Augers; round-top shelters tar hogs, cattle, utility shed,- ..................................... extras. l~| SALE: 20 high percent- garage and shop buildings. . SASSER AGENCY Harder Metal Products, Inc.CUSTOM . BUTCHERING 307 North Main lie Charolais cows, breeding Peabody, Kansas. 316-382- and processmg. Also beef Office 547-2927 tie horned bulls, also taking 20Y~ aria pork lor your Treezer, Stella.lngram 547-2825 ..~ on the years production ' !7 I g nd fully processed The best of Walt Martin $47-2078 1-14-15-16-. -.~,- . .- , 7. . ~pure bred polled bulls and ................................ prices! Kalpn s Packing lltifers tidgecrest Farms, Otis and NOW'S THE TIME to buy that Company, 547-246~, Perkins.HousE FOR SALE: 3- Taylor, Rt. 2, Guthrie all-steel Butler Farmsted tf. ~.'0519. L Building for machinery-grain ..................................... bedroom house on nice storage. Garages and shops I corner lot, 100 by 140. east too. Brent D. Eggers Agri-Sys- side of Perkins. Wayne I SALE: Lots of this and terns. Morrhmn, OK 405- Thereis noseed shortage. Allen, 123 North East 6th. Plants, Shrubs, bottles. 724-3255. It's jsut high. Phone 547-2Si 7. Articles. Thursday, / .,. Plant Guaranteed 49tfc. 1 Friday May 2 " "~~ . , . [ Roofing l GOLDEN ACRES .... ay - : ~ __/ Haygrazer-Sorghums- f cZ,hi.Q 21S N.E. 1st -- ~ ~--. Milo-Corn Perkin,, . Dan Ripley "- ....... 1-18-po "--. Phone 918-225-4104 age w estern ................................... ROOF REPAIRS WILL DELIVER SALE OR RENT: 8 x 27 cBOX;E. Store w. 405-865-~46 Colt & Browning Dealer 547-2940 ~ Stillwater--FR2-3338 1-18-chg. ----, 115 W. 7th .................................. ( Retn AGE AND FOOD SALE: ~ --- - les plants artificial flow- .. ............. ,, ' ,' .... fUll Kr~ISll: J~OUSC, Jl~ I'% ~ponsoreo oy ~,m ~oye Stumbo. Available May 1, sin HomemaKers. Lmn. 1"975. $70.00 a mont'h plus South Wilhs, Stiilwater " i" 9 ' oepos [. till., May 3, Saturday. 547-2715 I- 18-pd I- 18-tfc Farmer: ,neon CI_JY & R._. URAL Crop with free fire coverage. S percent discount for cash ALBUM WITH EACH ROLL o! color him printed Picture TOO' PHOTO-CRAFT Use Our Drive-Up Window Homeowner Policy for Perkins. $ 6,000--$ 49.00 per year per year Package Policy $ 6,000--$ 66.00 per year per year Fire and E.C. Policies lurches, Schools & Business Bldgs. 20 percent discount :to, Truck, Farm Liability, & Motorcycles ~bile Homes & Trip Insurance armors & Ranchers Life Insurance National Farmers Union llueHSpt~l sCr'-s & Blue Shield with 1/4 million major medical triers Union dues $4.00 per., year with free $1,000 eidental death benefit for man & wife $500.00 for ~pendent children. Brixey Insurance Agency, Perkins Phone 547-2251 lay V. Henderson Agency, Perkins Phone 547-2971 ll W ,Jls Agency, Stillwater Phone 372-5655 trm :s Union Saxon Tire & Battery Dealer is Rose Mobil, kir ;. ~ m llmmmmmm OEH Club Met mmm mm m m m m mmmmmlamm~ m i:Ol!NII WITH IOIIDA April 15 i The Olivet Extension Home~: makers Club met April IS, at by Bob Jordan the home of Mrs Jesse Youngker. A11 nine members were ' present and answered roll call m m m m mmmm m m m m ml~m by recalling a clothing fad. You want to see wnat t matte uo charge tar member- Orleans on the Mississippi. 1 Plans were made to ship or participation in their was in bed two days with a participate in the cake and is the most beautiful Oklahoma you should :the Honor Heights Park in advantage last week the beautiful were several, flower Perkinites. In one group Vassar, Lenore West, | Wesffall, Vivlan Maxey, McGee and Alethia In another group and Charley Maser and Bob Jordan. Heights Park was 65 years ago and the plans were prepared Palmer, an English in the traditional of old English" estates and flower beds in flowing curves. The azaleas were planted ago and through Years continued planting brought the number of Ms to more than 25,000 of regular scheduled activities. They have 1,,500 members on their rolls and have 700 regular attendees. Their monthly attendance is over 5,000. At their last dance they had over 200 senior cftizens who did the best they could at dancing. They list, in their brochure, 28 things under "what we do". Among these are decoupage, Health and Welfare information, bingo. Social Security information and gift wrapping. The Perkins Senior Citizens met last Friday afternoon at the Lions Club and about 40 attended. Coffee, cake and cookies were Served and the young old folks played pitch, dominoes and other games. Some stayed just a few minutes and others visited with each other until 4:30 p.m. fever resulting from the knat bites received on a fishing trip there. My garden is lookmg pretty good except radishes and peas. The smooth skinned peas are doing much better than tbe crinkly skinned. I don't understand growing radishes. Besides these two vege- tables I have planted 18 others. This does not include such things as asparagus, Jerusalem artichokes, garlic, and horseradish. I've let this spring get by without going fishing. If you keep your garden fairly weed-free it will keep you out of the pool halls and off the streets. Besides that you will have a big appetite and will go to sleep as soon as you hit the bed. bread show April 25. After the business sessions, a very interesting lesson was given by Etta and Jewell on clothing construction quickies. They told and showed how to use iron-on-tape for hems and innerfacings, the proper thread and needles to use, also zippers and many interesting tips on sewing. Nell served lovely refresh- ments to Mrs. George Allen, Helen and Amy Chrystal. Beulah Cox, Rosea Davidson. Jewell Mahor, Hazel Scott, Etta Woods and one visitor, Aileen Gibson. The next meeting will be May 20 at the home of Mrs. George Allen. MEN IN SERVICE CHAMBERS George D. Chambers, son of Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Chambers ~t~e~ides the cenic park, we iiRVtsited the Kiwanis Senior Center there. The nafl ~ter looks more like a "" " club than what I first a senior dtizen look like. Like th( Senior group, the) Ill I Ill Lumber amp .n, _....----.~ nl~OOVl~l~,~ C CYCLE CENTER I 17 West 8th Street phone 405/372/2285 STILLWATER ~ Cleaners.,, ) PICK-UP & DELIVERY WARDROBE CLEANERS [ 141 K, AWASA KI BULTACO PIle. 114 W. 8th AVE. "(f l"1 4tz E. ~rH AVE. STILLWATER, OKLA, 74074 PH, 377-2525 ~~ III IIIII IWESTERN CARPET~ I I a~n_E~ el Perkins State University, Edmond. Service Electric PH. 547-2498 ALL TYI'ES I)OMF.~TI(" CENTRAL PLUMBING & HEATING Remodel & Rel:mir -- 24 Hr. Service PIPE THAWING & ROTO-ROOTER CARL HALE Rural Route 1 377-3524 Stillwater, Oklahomo ,,,,o.,,,,. ,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,.o,,.,, Wlt~lN~'~it~"~~l::/!'~t]"t~NS ( Pro pone ) ,.oN: ~ i ~ \ ________ : INFANTS AND CHILDREN'S WEAR I STILLWAFER, OKLAHOMA ?4074 ~ ~.~.,,I" | : iO7West7thSt. -. ............... Phone 372~3265 I ' Restaurants ....... ( Draperies ) ............ ) ............ .......... sreee mNi | [m[llm " 'Where quality & service [ il lift ! P-4 is our trademark." ~" ~ (~ Custom O,a..es I ( .... Professional ....... ) | ,,o,,~o ~,~, I BOATIiI8HT FUWE,AL H011EI' /Phone AC 405-372-1105 Phone AC /t18-225-1696-I 1523 South Main 143'/ E. Main / 515 S DUNCAN STtLLWATER 372-1811 ..Stillwater, Okla. 74074 Cushing, Okla, '~4023 ] affiliated with NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION lilt FUNERAl IS TESTIMONY THAT A LIFE HAS BEEN LIVED Electrical; CAutomotive ) A Unique Gift Idea Unusual ond Attrociiva Fixturat to pleosa anyone On any occasion. Our selection is Stillwater's Largest ond Finest. HARRISON ELECTRIC 3727171 914 S Moin e 400 varieties on display This is being written on The nearly 100 blue wing of Ripley, has been assigned to ~t park. Sunday prior to the paper teals that I was feeding have Lakenheath RAF Station, is a beautiful sight andcoming out on Thursday and dwindled to about 15. GuessEngland, from Nellis AFB, ~les the azaleas there are there will be an evening the free feed is more important Nev. other kinds of flowers meeting with the members than going north to nest. Chambers, an Air Force ~ding Pansies f every 'bringing a mdad dinner" Althugh many pcpie say airman first class' is a specia! ( ) ~, roses, pink and whiteCrackers and coffee will bethey have seen wild ducks actions specialist with the 48th i~Vood, and poppies, furnished followed by games, nesting in Oklahoma, I haveCombat Support Group, a unit ~l~ere is no charge to visit Judging from the interest l'm never seen any. of the U.S. Air Forces in ~Park and last year more sure it also will be well While on the subject of Europe. -- ~300,000 people from 40 attended, what 1 have not seen, He graduated in 1909 from -- Working outdoors while the quicksand is another. During Ripley High School and 523sSIwMasAhN-sK~ifl~ater --reezerHeetMeatPressing i:~'~ent states went to see the~tOus flowers, wind is not blowing has the last 50 years l have hunted attended Murray State College372-8481 certainly been miserable this on every river in western in Tishomingo, and Central LOCKER RENTALS Cupids Drive-ln i , ,, ,, -- spring. Those little pesky knats c~n bite almost as hard as a mosquito. Whale Catch More than 100,000 whales were eaught in the straights of Gibral- tar in 1558, CUSTOM PROCESSING CUSTOM CURING Gov'tlnspected Meats & Frozen Food Myron N. Graham, Owner SA7-2266 or $4%2241 The only place I've ever seen them more numerous was about 50 miles below New Oklahoma hundreds of times and I still have my first quicksand to see. True, 1 have seen soft sand, but never any that I could not walk out of with rubber boots and a heavy hunting coat on. U~e The Journal ClmuUied Ads Simpson Pontiac Co. (',m~c Scc [i~ ()n NI-W and Used ('ar l)cal,,. SERVI(I115, OUR St)t(IAI.IY ,bth & Wa,,hhLut.n. t:R 2-1230 The Journal CIuslfled Ads " Sewing THE ONLY Authorized Singer Spraying \--. ,../ I I III __ II I III Licensed Insured LOUIS'S PEST CONTROL Tryon, Oklahoma Tree Spraying - Termites Roaches - Rodents 1918]-374-2243 or 374-24M I ROACHES, RATS AND ALL OTHER PESTS Free Estimates and Inspection SINCE 1932 Home O~vncd & Operated TREE & SHRUB SPAYING l Parts and rel~tr for all !' make machines ... JffSO u~d Sewing M~ines. Janie's Sewio~ ~tef 114 I. 7t~ $'/2-11171 Termite Co. TERMITES? BUGS? 377-0119 Home Owned & Operated Licensed - Insured Tree & Shrub Spraying Free Estimates Eco-Safe, lnc. TERMITE & 377-0u9 com-abL