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Hears Thornbrugh as guests. Lovely spring-like Analyst refreshments centering )eVerything thereis around an Easter motif and a season."were served by Mary Kay idea extend to Jennings, Benita Bale and clothing? and Roberta Hooper. yes according YHO cordially invites beauty any interested person to for Beauty attend the next scheduled Every meeting on May 21. can best be Babysitting is provided according to by P-T High School four seasons. F.H.A. ;lot of Sn. We'd like to thank the judges, Ed Clark and Robert Allen, for their time and help to make ANNUAL ALL SPORTS ATHLETIC BANQUET SCHEDULED The 1984 Annual All Sports Athletic Banquet this event a success. Prizes were 1st, 2nd and will be held on May 21st 3rd for "Best Looking at the Perkins-Tryon Kite." High School Gymnasium. Boys winning the The serving line will start trophies were: at 6:00 P.M., with the 1st Place Jeromy Steer Inn catering the Antle meal which will be buffet 2nd Place - Stance style with a selection of .... The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 3, 1984 -- PAGE 11 completion totaling I Wagner, Sue White, I,arry Everyone is invited to i $20,000. "It is important Wornom, Chandler; James attend. 'Tickets may be purchased at McDaniel's Hardware or from the High School office. No :ickets will be sold after Wednesday, May 16. .0. Two 8ire Lincoln County Museum to preserve and collect all Embry, Col. USMc Res. ; the artifacts, photographs Ret., Austin, Texas; i and data that you can now James Leake, Muskogee; , before it all disappears." Jeanne Smith, Oklahoma Leake said. He has served City; Don Sporleder, as chairman of the Will Davenport; Verlin "Bud" Rogers Commismo" n, direc, Sowards and Richard ting building additions at James, Stroud. the Claremore State ~> memorial and museum and operates and internationally-known an- WASN'T CHANDLER, presented -o- Hurst four meats, four 0 big boost tique car museum at OKLAHOMA program to CUB SCOUT PACK 3rd Place - Kelly Keyser vegetables, bread, coff.~e Muskogee where he lives. C H A N D L E R -- A 00 - pri] MEETING AND KITE For "Longest Flying," I or tea, and dessert. The Two former Lincoln Announcement of the mistake in abbreviating a : F.M. in the~ DERBY the winners were: price of the tickets will be Countians have given the recent gifts is being made state in a major news eCOnomics cottage.~ub Scout Pack 24 met 1st Place- Kevin Minor $6 each. titles, three NCAA Museum of Pioneer by Ben Walkingstick, story last week caused ~i the history of i Tuesday, April 24, 1984 2nd Place - Cody Blair Guest speaker for the regional crowns and three History and its sponsor, Chandler, chairman of the news eyes to fall on and its use in at the United Methodist 3rd Place - Eric Allen evening will be Gary ~ trips to the College World the Lincoln County museum building finance Chandler, when a private industries past Church in Perkins. Ward, Head Baseball Series. Historical Society, a big committee, who said the passenger plane, sup- She explain- This month's theme There were a number of~ Coach at Oklahoma State He was also the majorboost in efforts to expand group has set a goal of posedly from Chandler, having a colorwas a "Kite Derby," and badges awarded thisI University. Ward advocate of the new Saves time andwe'd like to thank theevening. Boys receiving graduated from high baseba'll facility-- as enhanc-ladies of the kite commit- their badges were: Ray school in Ramona, Reynolds Stadium--one tee; Roe Allen, Gall Burton, Brent Niles, Oklahoma, and received of the finest in the beauty. She what to look for a color regular business, Niles presided. reports were the Red s. The hip for an homemaking also discuss- were the coming pleased to ncy Davis, and Fran Keyser, Brenda Payne Tony Wilson and Bryan and Cheryl Savage for Payne - Bobcats; Matt their efforts. The ladies Parsell - Gold Arrow- took care of the entire point; Dustin Hooper - Derby, including choosing Bear; Ryan Reames- Bear trophies, medals, ribbons; and Gold Arrowpoint; contacting volunteers for Stance Hurst - Silver At- the judging and rowpoint; Scott Ford - numerous other tasks Outdoorsman. involved. The boys and their families made kites from The next Cub Scout Pack Meeting will be May scratch and flew them at the pack meeting. Due to 19, 1984 at Lake Carl an extreme lack of breeze, Blackwell. It is a camp some kites didn't go up, out and families will have or went up but didn't to bring their own equip- .qtav. But. the boys all had ment and food. an Associate of Arts Degree from Nor- theastern Oklahoma A and M Junior College. He received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts and Teaching Degree from New Mexico State University. He came to O.S.U. from Yavapi Junior College in Arizona with an im- pressive 240-83 win-loss record and two NJCAA championships. Since coming to O.S.U. in 1977, his teams have won four Big Eight Conference Midwest. He is the founder and director of the Mid-American Baseball Camp, one of the fastest growing baseball 'clinics in America. Coach Ward is married and he and wife, Cathy, have three children. The athletes will then be presented with letter awards and the coaches will announce the Outstanding Players in the various sports, with the Player of the Year awards being announced last. CHOICE BUSINESS i. "TWO PARCELS OF REAL ESTATE IMPROVED WITH METAL --WELDING SHOP EQUIPMENT-- --1981 MOBILE HOME-- to be conducted on the property located [1 at 310 South Main St., Perkins, OK t AY, MAY Beginning at 10 a.m. Real Estate at 1 p.m. 1--Legal Description: 18, 20, 22 and 24. All in Block I0, {Cherry ) Perkins Town Company's Addition of Perkins, Payne Co0nty. SHOP BUILDING-- ~ tRAct z kRCEL 1 is a prime business location consisting of five corner lots, a metal shop building with 12 foot overhead containing approximately 4200 sq. ft. of floor space. There is additional space for other business. 2--Legal Description: Lots 8, 10, 12 and 14. All in Block 10, Perkins Town Company's Addition to the of Perkins, Payne County, Oklahoma. 2 consists of four unimproved lots. These four choice lots are ideal for any business. OF SELLING--Parcel 1 and Parcel 2 will be offered separately and then as one unit. The method produc- most money will result in the sale of the property. percent down on Trust Account. DN--On completion ! day of sale with balance due at closing. Down payment to be escrowed in Auction of transaction. 1981 14 56 CHAMPION MOBILE HOME--consisting of 2 bedrooms, bath, kitchen and living room. This mobile home is in excellent condi- tion, sells partially furnished and has central heat and air. The two sets of entrance steps will sell separately. TERMS--Ten percent down on date of sale with balance due on transfer of title. PROPERTY KS. TRAILERS 1-Ton Chevrolet Truck with Rolling Tail Steel Bed, Winch and Gin Poles, {extra clean). and Tube Trailers, 2 axle 12 2-Axle Steel Troffer 10 1-Axle Steel Trailer Parts--Wheels, Tires, Trailer Jacks, Hitches, Trailer Balls, Dump Conveyor, Electric motors-from to 10 HP, Ford Headache Racks for Pickups, Cabover Racks for 1 In. Pipe, Orbit valves, Well heads, Pony Rods, and Chevrolet Cab-over Racks, Bends for Bolts, Pickups, 600 Ft. Spindle Conveyor Chain, Sprockets Universal Iron Worker, Miller Matic 35 Welder, Lincoln elder, Drill Press, Cut Off Saw and Table, Victor Pattern end Table, Olson Band Saw, {2) Carolina Band Saws, (2) Stands, Chain Hoist and A Frame on Wheels, Square Table, Weld Tables, 3 Horse Electric Air Cam- Electric Drill, Electric Grinders, Large and Small Vice, kinds, Socket Sets of all sizes, Cutting Torch Hose and Fans, Chain and Boomers, Miscellaneous Tools property--Cash. Positive Identification all checks. STATEMENT--Seldom do we have the opportunity to offer for sale a going business location on Corner lots on Main Street in Perkins, one of the most progressive towns in the state. We invite your in- and inspection. The property will be shown prior to the Auction by calling the Owner at 405-547-2133. ALL STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF S, LE SUPERcEDES ALL PRIOR ADVERTISING to be served on grounds. Charlie Hoover and Hoover, Owners -- This Sale Conducted By --- DE';, AYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers Perry, Oldahoma and update housing for the collection and display of county historical items. Announcement is being made of recent gifts and pledges totaling over $40,000 to launch a ftm- draising campaign to renovate vintage museum buildings at Chandler where the musmm has been maintained since 1966 with all-volunteer help. Jeanne Hoffman Smith, Oklahoma City, grand- daughter of county pioneer attorney and na- tional guard commander Roy Hoffman, helped pur- chase the adjacent twin building in 1982 and has presented a recent gift which totals her contribu- raising an additional Oklahoma, crashed in $150,000 to completely Georgia. The flight renovate the two 86-year- originated from Ohio, and old buildings which have it is thought an abbrevia- been nominated to the No- tion bf OK instead of OH tional Register of Historic was inadvertently used in Places. 'Whey are in need the wire story. At any of new roofs, heating, air- rate, the flight of the il- conditioning and renova- lfated two engine plane originate at tion throughout. An or- did not Chandler. chitectural preliminary survey has estimated costs. We hope to be able to afford to build a fireproof vault for storage of photographs and other irreplaceable items," he said. 'Tee are grateful to Jim Leake, Mrs. Smith and others for encouraging this ~oootstrap' attempt to provide Lincoln County with a proper place for care and display of its "O- tion to the building pro- ject to over $22,000. She is history. Both large and joined in the recant giving small gifts will be of $7,000 by her mother, necessary. Presently there Mrs. Roy Hoffman, Jr., are no government funds Oklahoma City. in sight for help," he "Because of the work I ' added. do with families in my Work on the stone- counseling practice, I see arched facade has begun over and over the im- with some of the contribu- protance of beng in touch tions, but further work is with our past both in- not planned until file en- dividually and collective- tire sum of $150,000 has ly," Mrs. Smith said. "I been raised. Contribution categories hope these gifts will en- Bob Kuykendall, Beltone Representative will be at Perkins Senior Citizen Center 114 E. Kirk Wed., May 9, 19114 9 a.m. to 12 noon Thorough Cleaning & Check-Up Of Any Hearing Aid Confidential Electronic Hearing Test courage others to help James Leake, former Chandler Alumnus of the Year, contributed to the building's purchase and has pledged an additional sum towards the project have been set with "Special Bader~:Discount rewards from territorial ~~ ~ county-mads bricks to commissioned bronze ulpturee. Committee members BELTONE NEARINg AID $[RVlC serving with Walkingstick , IGI E. McEIroy Stillwater are Don Ferrell, co-I 372-6919 chairman; Blanche[ ' L ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP In accordance with the provisions of the By-lows of the Cimarron Valley Coop, Inc., Perkins, Oklahoma, and in compliance with the Business Cor- poration Act of 1947, you are hereby notified that the regular annual meeting of the membership of the Cimorron Volley Coop, Inc. will be held in the Cimarron Country Ballroom on Thursday, May 10, 1984. The meeting will begin with a meal being served at 6:30 p.m. with the business por- tion immediately following. The purpose of the meeting will be to transact the following business: 1. To hear the report of business for the past year. 2. To consider adopting a complete new set of By-laws. 3. To consider amending Articles of Incorporation as follows: Article II. Purposes and powers--to consider increasing the pur- poses and powers. Article III. Capital Stock. Section 1. To change the provision from Capital stock to two classes of stock designated "Common" and "Preferred" and increased to $2,000,000. Section 2. Common Stock. To increase the amount of Common Stock from $I,000,000 with 2,000 shares, $500 each, par value to $1,800,000 divided into 3,600 shares of $500 each par value. Section 3. Preferred Stock. A. Preferred Stock shall be in the sum of $200,000 divided into 400 shares of $500 each, par value. 8. Voting rights of Preferred Stock Holders. Article IV. To increase the existence of this Association to per- petuol. Article VIII. The number of directors will remain as 5, but will delete that they be representatives of member organizations, and also the second sentence staggering the terms of board members at the original election. 4. To elect a director as provided in the By-taws. 5. To transact any other business that may legally come before the meeting and is deemed to be in the best interest of the Association. The director whose term expires this year is Alan Cundiff. The Nominating Committee has placed the following names in nomination for the position of Director: Alan Cundiff - Alan owns a Holstein dairy and raises wheat in wes- tern Payne county with his wife Pam and two sons, Chet and Cody. Wayne Grider - Wayne and his wife Sandy hovetwo children, Karissa and Brant. They raise wheat and alfalfa in southwestern Payne county. Any nominations from the floor that are in accordance with the By-lows will be welcomed. This is your annual meeting. The review of the By-laws is important to all of us and only the membership can cha~gge and update them. Attest: Dennis Kastl Secretary [SEAL] SinCerely, -s-Charles "Pete" Schroeder President Cimarron Valley Coop, Inc.