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PAGE 2- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, M, 6, 1993 P'lW00lt:00lKll'00S MARy i,.00y Karen A. Matheson Independent Beauty Consultant 405-372-4192 " " JournafsF, les " ... From the files of the Perkins Journal 10 years ago, May 12, 1983 Perkins Lions voted to again present their annual fireworks display on the 4th of July, and placed the order for a gigantic display to be fired by technicians at the football feld area. The Lions have presented the display each 4th of July during the past 30 years. Perkins area dental patients now have access to one of the latest type dental X-ray processes, a recent advancement that is coming on the market. Local dentist Dr. John Thompson has purchased the X- ray machine and installed it in his 6600 S. Perkins Rd. office. Construction has started on Dug- Stillwater, OK. out Creek bridge south and east of LAND AUCTION Thirty (30) Acres Payne County Land To Be Offered In Five (5) Tracts Location: From Stillwater, Ok., go 9 miles South to the intersection of Highways 177 and 33 (Perkins Y), then one mile West on Hlghway 33, Saturday, May 15, 1993 Beglnnlng at 10 a.m. (Raln or Shlne) In the event of reln the ula wlll be conducted at the Perklne Y Sale Barn. TRACT I - LEGAL DESCRIPTION: E/2 E/2 N/2 of Lot 4, Section 2, Township 17 North, Range 2 East of the Indian Meridian in Payne County, Ok., contalnlng 6 acres more or lees. Land Is presently belng utilized for agriculture purposes. TRACT I I - LEGAL DESCRIPTION: WI2 E/2 N/2 of Lot 4, Section 2, Township 17 North, Range 2 East of the Indian Meridian In Payne County, OK, contalnlng 5 acres more or less. Land Is presently being utilized for agriculture purposes. TRACT Ill - LEGAL Description: E/2 WI2 N/2 of Lot 4, Section 2, Township 17 North, Range 2 East of the Indian Meridian in Payne County, OK., containing 5 acres more or less. Land Is presently being utilized for agriculture purposes. TRACT IV - LEGAL DESCRIPTION: W/2 W/2 N/2 of Lot 4, Section 2, Township 17 North, Range 2 East of the Indian Meridian In Payne County, OK., contalnlng 5 acres more or less. (Corner Location) Land Is presently being utilized for agriculture purposes. Sale to be conducted at this site. TRACT 5 - LEGAL DESCRIPTION: A piece, parcel, or tract of land situated in the Northwest (NW) Quarter of Section 2, Township 17 North, Range 2 East of the Indian Meridian In Payne County, OK., more particularly described by metes and bounds ae follows, to-wlt: Beglnnlng on the West Section Line of said Section 2, T17N, R2E at the Southwest (SW) corner of the North Half (N/2) of Lot 4; Thence East along the South line of the North Half (N/2) of Lot 4 a distance of 600 feet; Thence South, parallel with the West Section Line a distance of 726 feet; Thence West, parallel with the South line of the North Half (NV2) of Lot 4 a distance of 600 feet to the West Section Line of Said Section 2, T17N, R2E; Thence North along the West Section Line a distance of 726 feet to the point of beginning, contanlng I0 acres more or less. This tract Is located on an all-weather road and Is presently belng used for agriculture purposes. Sellers are reserving the growing crop on all tracts planted to wheat. J  Land sells subject to the followlng restrictions: Land is to be sold for residential or commercial use with these exceptions: No feed yards, no commercial breeding enterprises, no waste disposals, no salvage yards or other enterprises which may become annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood. l Q.E  Tracts 1 and 2 will be offered Indlvldually, then as one unit. Tracts 3 and 4 will be offered individually and then as one unit. Tract 5 will be offered Individually only. To be given at time of closing of transaction.  Tracts sell surface rights only. TERMS." A down payment of twenty percent of the purchase price is due on the date of sale, to be escrowed in the Auction Company's Trust Account at Payne County Bank. The balance of the purchase price is due at completion of transaction. To be prorated between partles on date of transaction closlng. : :. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: A prime location within s few mlnutes of Stlllwater, Cushln and Perklnsl this sale presents an opportunity to purchase a nice tract with Hlghway frontage or all-'eer road accessibUlty. The sale will be conducted on Tract IV. We Invite your Inspection of the tra01s.dditlonal information is available at the Auction Company at 405-336-2360. All tracts sell subject to all roadways, rights of way, utility easements or other easements of record. ALL STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE SUPERCEDE ALL PREVIOUS ADVERTISING. Robert (Bob) and Joan Robey, Owners REALTY AUCTION COMPANY 405/336-2360 DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Auctloneera/Brokal 514 Delaware St. Perry, Okla. Sale To Be Conducted By Luster Realty and Auction Co. DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers Perry, Oklahoma .... J Jutt .... | rmr 3 io q into- I o" mcr t I r#Acr :1 S $ I s Jrmta -J .-LJJ - SUN 2 9 16 23 3O MON 3 10 17 24 31 TVg 4 11 Perkins on the River Road much to the relief of those that travel the road often. The bridge is a joint County-State project and replaces and ancient one-lane bridge that was located in a blind 180 degree turn off on an adjacent county road. The new structure will be concrete. Jay Tarleton was the Star Farmer receiving the Oklahoma Farmers Union Award Saturday night, May 7, at the annual FFA Banquet. Lisa Harper and Monies Nettles received the Green Hand Awards. Harvey Brixey, local Farmers Union Insurance Agent, presented the awards. From the files of the Perkins Journal 20 years ago, May 10, 1973 - Henry Iba was the guest speaker for the All-Sports Banquet held Tuesday evening in the Perkins- Tryon gym. Sheila Reid, a Perkins-Tryon freshman, competed last Friday in the State Class 2A girls track meet in Oklahoma City. She won first place in the high jump with 5'2" and set a new state record. She is coached by Miss Judy Brown. Miss Charissa Darby, a junior in Perkins-Tryon High School and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Derby, will be crowned queen in ceremonies at the Spring Band Concert to be held Thursday, May 17, at 8 p.m. in the auditorium. The Perkins Elementary School was represented Saturday at the 34th annual East Central Oklahoma Spelling Bee by Dens Kirby. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Kirby. Dana placed l gth out of 119 contestants. TO be eligible to participate, contestants must be in grades 3 through 8 and have won an elimination in their school. From the files of the Perkins Journal 30 years ago, May 9, 1963 - Perkins High School Pep Club members selected their cheerleaders for the 1963- 64 season Monday morning, according to pep club officers. Serving as football cheerleaders will be Carol Rae Fagan, Donna Hall, Molly Fultz, Alma Young and Patty Evans. Basketball cheerleaders will be Bobbi Kastl, Rea Dawn Jacobs, Deanna Arthur, Ellen Barnes and Margaret Roberts. The Stitch and Chatter Club met with Ailcen Gibson on May 2. The group had a covered dish dinner. Eight members and two visitors were present. Attending were Allie Smmbo, Maude Markee, Myrtle Cooper, Mary Fulton, Gertrude Ishmael, Robbie Phillips, Nora Fulton and Goldie Lacy. Visitors were Edna Miller and Gladys Woolsey. Hollis Ward was elected mayor as the newly-elected town council was sworn into office Monday night. The new council took office after the old council approved the claims for the month of April. Galen Holsinger performed the swearing- in ceremonies for the four new members. New councilmen are Ward, Jack Baker, Otto Wood and Allen Creager. From the f'des of the Perkins Journal 40 years ago, May 28, 1953 - Mrs. Florence Holbrook, chairman of the Popw Day cam- paign, sponsored by the Ameri- can Legion and American Legion Auxiliary last Saturday, announced that approximately $60 was derived from the sales. All of the returns have not been received as yet. From the files of the Perkins Journal 57 years ago, May 21, 1936 - The front d Eat Cafe and Sanitary received a new coat week. The Payne also being redecorated. Effective Sunday, trains through Perkins time of arrival. Mrs. Gordon homa City spent from Tuesday with her Mrs. R.W. Holbrook. From the files of Journal 78 years ago, 1915 - Carney a meeting to talk road from Chandler to that would Perkins enroute. Carney were enthusiastic that the l become a reality if the along the route south and Carney will get out and do the construction. Welch and Bullock are furnishing selling medicine on the Perkins nightly. In a letter to school Professor Walker from who served the Perkins superintendent the stated "Next year the will be added if I can get in teaching force. I know are some boys and girls not enter school last what excuse they will after life for not having full education." L.G. Shannon has outdoor gasoline system formerly tral Drug Store and is front of his livery stable W.O. Anderson new piano and several furniture. Letter to the Ed Evewbody: fdends, family, pedestrians, other drivers. And your Farmers = Insurance AgenU ......... We like you so rnuch, we . offer you important money savings for being careful. If you have a good driving record, you may be eligible for a good drivers discount and other savings on your Farmers auto insurance. You'll like us, too. For our fast, fair, friendly service. Rick Jarvis Ins. 114 S. Main, Perkins 54%$126 Farraen New Wcatl Uh btmact Ca. To The Editor: , The media and the intellectuals are insisting that we send American troops into the former Yugoslavia. I do not feel that I, as a taxpayer, should pay to provide a police force for the rest of the world. It is a no win situation. We have not made, and will not make, any long term clmnge in Somalia, yet it has ost billions of, taxpayer dollars the tires Of several American roOpS. .... If we "militarily go into Yu- goslavia, we will spend additional billions and endanger many soldiers with no real benefit to the United States. I firmly believe in a philosophy of my mother who stated, "When people are determined to hate and fight each other, and where it is none of our affair, we should sell both sides all of the guns and ammunition that they can buy and let them kill each other off until they change their attitude." The situation in Yugoslavia is a tragedy. However, it is simply not my problem and I do not want to pay for it. Richard G. Murray Perkins To "I'ne Editor: President Clinton has (against the wishes of of Americans) to to the former Soviet we like it or not. He eveO l he will double the has given. Frankly, I do not feel former Soviet Union one The Russian that my tax money Soviets is an investment and that we can, less on defense. In there may be some truth | personally will not hold to see it happen. These same ever, fail to inform that the Soviets in oil, platinum, tin materials the money they need. If they need money, furore rights to their natural wealth. We should not give away when private provide the money to Soviets away from problems. Richard G. Murray Perkins ii 18 25 , ,...w, s.y00m00n d ' "= 00ERKIN Perkins Whistle Stops May6 Community Calendar Chamber Luncheon Uons Den MAY 1993 WED THU 12 19 2e J r 5  61 13 2O FRI 7 14 21 28 SAT 27 Noon 8 15 22 29 May 8 St. Jude's Blke-A-Thon Registration Elementary School 12:30 p.m. May 10 Band Concert Middle School 7:30 p.m. May 13 All-Sports Banquet PTMS Gym 7 p.m. May 15 Arts & Crafts Show Ag Farm Published ever 7 Thursday by Reid Newspapers, Inc. dba The Perkins Journal, i:]3 South IV=in P.O. Box 69 Perldn=, oK 74059. Telephone [405] 547-2411 The Perkins Journal. : David W. Reid...President & Publisher : Karen Kastl...General Manager Bob Williams...Managing Editor The Perkins Journal USPS 42 8040 Second class postage paid at Perkins, OK 74059. P'O5TMA$TER: Send change of address to P.O. Box 695,! Oklahoma 74059-0695 Subscription Rates: In Payne, Uncoln, Logan, - $15.00 per year. By Hall elsewhere in Oklahoma- ', Outside of Oklahoma $29.00 per