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r PAGE 8 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 3, 1984 t FUNERAl e" From Page1 and Madison headquarters. We foundtoured Saks N the clothing to be Store, where we moderately priced, andprices to be MONICA HARDEN bought Lloyd an Izod the merchandise packaged weather jacket abunlance. Services for Monica J. Payne County's Board on a used self-propelledon. May in the total amountfor $19, which Yvonne We viewed the Harden, 32, Arkansas of Commissioners voted compactor for county A bid was opened fromof $3,025 to the following said would have cost $29 of Liberty, Wall City, Kan., were held at 2 Monday to approve a $1 district No. 3. Those bid- Conoco of Grapevine, businesses: at home. They were on took a tour p.m., Sunday, April 29 in million bond request from ding were: Texas, but there was no Oltmann's Motors, sale. One could purchase Town,and the Iowa Veterans Hall, Perkins. Burial followed the Payne County In- JakeDielConstruction, signature on the denial of R&J Cleaners, Doc's two Barclay short sleeve the Brooklyn in the Iowa Indian dustrial Trust Authority OKC, 1980compactor, no felony involvement, Country Store, Allen's tie shirts for $29, which Even more for a project for warranty, $30,000. L.B. although it had been Quick Stop, Jack Grif- isn't bad. the flight up Cemetery in Perkins Stillwater's World Color Smith, OKC, three bids- notarized, so the bid will fith's, Cushing Auto The Rockefeller centerwere the taxi under the direction of Strode Funeral Home. Press plant. 1977: $29,974; 1977: not be considered. Stop, Bale's 66 Station, has eight banks of through the Stillwater attorney Bob $32,540; 1982: $37,224, Bid No. 74 was for theClean Clothes Rental, elevators, eight elevators New York. We She died Thursday, HELENHERNDON Murphy Sr., a member of with warranties of 30, 30 construction of vestibules Farm and Home, Main toabank. I was standing just across the April 26, 1984 in Win- FUNERAL HELD the trust, presented the and 180days. Rushing& in the courthouse. Onebid Auto Supply, Ace Hard- near one bank of elevators from the Waldorf/ field, Kan. Helen Herndon, a request to the board Mason Equipment Co., was received from The ware, Sooner Supply andwaiting for Yvonne whoat the Hollaran Mrs. Harden, a scout longtime resident of stating the money will be Little Rock, Ark., 1982, Lee Co., Stillwater, of Walt's Truck Service. was in the rest room, which is an leader, was kil4ed whenTryon, died Saturday, used to "acquire, con- no warranty, $47,470.59. $19,228.32 with six op- A right-of-way for tem-when a buzzer started operated by the struck from behind by an April 28, 1984 in her struct and equip in- Murphy Machinery, tions listed in the bid. It porary construction was ringing. A uniform atten- Johnson group. automobile as she was home. Shewas78. dustrial facilities " at the Tulsa, 1981, 50-50 war- was sent to staff for approved by the board for dant ran to a huge control step or two ridingahicyclepreparmgServices were at 11 Oberlin ColorPresssite. ranty on parts for a consideration, land owned by Charles board that takes up an en- Waldorf, a trail for a bike-a-thon. A.M. Wednesday, May2, He pointed Out the limited time, $44,000.No bids were received Schroeder located one tire wall and started the sameline as She was born Sept. 16,1984, in the Strode county would have no The bids were given tofor bid No. 75, renovation mile south and five miles pressing buttons until he vin or the old 1951 in Pawnee, daughter Chapel in Stillwater with liability in the loan.staff for evaluation and a work on the county jail. east of Perkins for the found a red light and the Oklahoma City. of Howard and Ruth the Rev. H.I. Jones of- After the meeting, he later recommendation. County Engineer Jack construction of a bridge, errant elevator. He comfortable McClellan Spring. She ficiating. Interment was added, ' rhe county has Bid No. 73 was for MayLawmaster said he would In the April 19 Perkins started talking the lady adequate. moved to Arkansas Cityin the Tryon Cemetary no expense in it what-fuel. Bids were openedhold off on re-biddingun- Journal, Euchee Creek out of the elevator in a We did find as a small child and under the direction of the soever." from Lionel Harris, ti] he can determine why was misspelled in the comforting voice, telling friendly people graduated from high Strode Funeral Home, The board also voted to Cushing;NationalOilandno bids were received,county commission her she was alright, and York, especially school in Kansas, where Inc. waive competitive bid-Supply, (no town listed); Checks for deposit to report. The newspaper explaining what would the hoteland the she had lived all her life. The danghter of Georgeding on the bond. Murphy and Shaw's Gulf, the county were received regrets the error and pro- happen next as he met in our She had been married and Myrtle (Ogans) Hem- said WCP had arranged Stillwater. Each company in the total amount ofmines to refrain from re- manually operated the meeting, but to Cleveland Harden for don, she was born in for Morgan Guaranty bid a number of prices$2,576.43. nanting any more creeks stuck elevator to the next the working class eleven and one-half years. Oklahoma City on MarchTrustCo. of NewYorkCi-based on type of fuel,Blanket purchase in Payne County. level. In about a minute hearted, disres A housewife, Mrs. Hat-1, 1906. She moved to ty to buy the bonds when number of gallons and so orders were approved for she was free once again, could care lesS. din was a member of the Lincoln County in 1925issued, and instructed to catch don't have Native American Church. and was a housekeeper He described the selling STOLEN CADILLAC the elevator right next to and we wish She was preceded in and nurse for William of bondsas "sort oflikea JESSE NELSON BURNED her. and the death by one brother, Sporn until his death,mortgage."OberliaColor INDUCTED INTO PERRY--A 1981 We went into Radio Ci- of Commerce Tyrone. She was a member of Press is solely responsible NATIONAL HONOR Cadillac, valued at ty lobby and a scalperbug in their ear Survivors include her the Pilgrim Baptist for the repayment of the SOCIETY $16,000, and stolen from tried to sell us two tickets them how husband; one son, Church in Carney. loan; Since interest earn- Jesse A. Nelson. a Cockrum & Son Used Car to Liberace's performance tractive New William T. Harden and Survivors include foured on the bond is tax-junior year student at Lot here, was found burn- that evening for $25 each. would be to two daughters, Kiva L.brothers, George of Well- exempt, Morgan Guaran- Frederick Military ed a mile east of However, we already hadthey didn Harden and Taryn D. ington, Kansas, Cecil of ty can charge alower rate, Academy in Portsmouth, Hayward. Broadway theatre tickets, with these liarden of the home; her Tulsa, Carl of Milwaukee, he explained. Virginia has recently been -o- We crossed 5th Avenue people. parents, Arkansas City; Wisconsin, and Eddie of Commissioner Karen inducted into the No- CITY MANAGER i two brothers, Louis Broken Arrow; four Mullendore said after the tional Honor Society. RESIGNS DEL-MARS Springer, Perkins; LeRoy sisters, Hazel Blackburn meeting that the county Jesse is the son of Dr. and S T R O U D -- B r u c e Springer, Wichita, Kan.; of Kansas City, Missouri, only ratified the decision Mrs. Richard A. Nelson of Stone, city manager forWHOLE four sisters, Katherine Steela Ray of Inglewood, of the industrial trust. Virginia Beach, and is the six years, announced he is %n Gashwazra, Derby, Calif., ar helma Ham- "In order to get the tax grandson of Florence N. taking that position at MILK GALLON) Kans.;.Grace and Shirley mond Jackie Tillie,exempt status it has to go Wall and the late Verlin Blackwell. Blackwell is a ' Springer, Arkansas City both Los Angeles, through a governmentalNelson of Perkins, and town of 9,000 population, DAY-LIGHT and Beverly Springer, Calif. Sl e is also survived entity," she said. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Faudree and Stone looks upon it as Perkins. by many nieces and Murphy said the trust of McAlester. Jesse is in Jesse A. Nelson a career advancement. DO-NUTS. . ........ . FRESH -o- nephews, authority was established charge of the bugle sec- .. to assist industries tion in the Academy's I [ I II il , 37 -2111 He also said the Oberlin participated in other ac- Color Press project could tivities, lettering in soc- . .......... , HARD BOUNTY be fully funded by WCPcer, track and wrestling, 7 ......... BODIES a PG without the sale of bonds and has received the Na- -...... ,, , TV g APPLIANCE M-W-Th. Open 6:45 M-W-Th. Open 6:45 but that the lower in-tional Association of Ac ............. .rditv .%erric,,'" Tu.-Fri. Open 6:30 Tu.-Fri. Open 6:30 terest rate wouldhelp credited Southern Schools .... s,, 72 Shows 7:30, 9:30 Shows 7:15, 9:45 red. ., costs, award for German. Sat. & Sun. Oven 1:45 Sat., Sun. Onen |:45 Jesse, who has been Shows 2:45. 5:45 Shows 2:15, 4:45, Later in the meeting, a : : 9:30 7:15, 9:45 $50,000 abetractor's bond nominated for Who's was also approved by the Who in High School b d 4,, s. board for an Oklahoma Students was recently ,p chaseS selected to attend Boys c title.State University land State at Richmond in V4 dPn o de a \s In other business, June. come SPLASH PG Mullendore stated there Jesse attended school M.-W.-Th. Open 6:45 had been no butter and in Perkins for a short Shows 7:15, 9:30 cheese distribution in period of time during his Tu.,Fri. Open 6:30 April. She said the coun- fourth grade year. His Sat. & Sun. Open 1:45, Shows 2:30, 4:45, 7:15, 9:30 ty was not contacted by father is a 1959 graduate the state this month for of Perkins High School. the distribution. -o- cov ov Five sets of bids were _ 31,1984 opened at the meeting. [Q- hive I SIXTEEN ROMANCING Bid No. 71 was the re- CANDLES PG THE STONE hid on aerial photographs. M-W-Th, Open 6:45 M-W-Th. Open 6:45 All bids were rejected last Tu.-Fri. Open 6:30 meeting when the low bid- / |C@ eekerld. Tu.-Frl. Open 6:30 Shows at 7:15, 9:30 Shows 7:30, 9:45 der's bid lacked one Sat. & Sun. O~en 1:45Sat. Sun. Open 1:45signature necessary to Shows 2:45, Shows2:30,5:00, make accepting it legal. CIVIL DEFENSE GETS Just in time 7:15 9:30 ,7:30,9:45 Webair of Floydada, WORKOUT Texas, won the bid at From Page 1 w $1,150 with a promisedradar indicated possible delivery date of July 16. tornados southwest of POLICE ACADEMY R Other bidders were: Kingfisher and south of Seventh Week Stillwater, $1,200; Ray The spotters reported Fri., Sat., Sun. Only Jacoby Photography, heavy rains but no tor- Open 8:00 Inc., Oklahoma City, . Shows starts at dark 2.50 Admission $4,500; and Sky Flightnadic activity. Will- ingham said the main eaSO t- e $5.00 per carload {Sun. nite only) Photo, Stillwater, $2,210. storm center passed Bids were also opened south of Perkins through Lincoln County. He said the new spot- 20% off ting locations allowed 1---only Save s80 earlier detection of storms. Every Whirlpool 30" Electric Range Only The five locations are at the Iowa Tribal Medical Appliance Reduced I Center south of town. Limited 1--only Save aS0 Ship & Shore and Devon Cotton, Knits & Olivet Cemetery, Good- " n'y Quantities Jackets, Skirts, Pants night, IXL School {three on all 30 Gas Range U 1 Polyester miles west of the 177-33 intersection), and 1.5 Items i i II I I " miles north of S.H. 33 on Fabric Sale I U.S. 177. Members of the Perkins