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principal at Perkins Elementary School, con- fourth-grade Virginia Bell, left, and kindergartener leton who were the top fund raisers for Easter and Singleton Weather plays have with slated events; Bike-a-Then reset What's on, what's off and what's been rescheduled. The heavy rain, flooding and school has created havoc with scheduled L-nts. One victim is the Arts and Crafts Show scheduled for this weekend by the Perkins Chamber of Commerce. "Due to the flooding conditions, we feel it best for the crafters and the public to postpone our first-ever arts and crafts show," said Karen Kasfl, president of the Chamber. "We are returning booth rental reservations and contacting the numerous crafters scheduled to participate. We will be rescheduling the very special event probably later in the fall. "V appreciate all the hard work of Gene Wollenbe;rg and Brandi Shannon and others involved in the planning of the arts and crafts show." The St. Jude Bike-A-Then will be run this Saturday, May 15, according to Richard Poe. "Everything is the same, we just moved it back a week due to the weather," Poe said. "Registration will be 12:30 p.m. at the elementary school. The Bike-A-Then itself will be held from 1-4 p.m." The final high school band concert and queen coronation will be held May 14 in the high school gymnasium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Rescheduled is the Ag Booster meeting. It will now be held 7 p.m. Monday, May 17, in the elementary school. Going on as scheduled is the All-Sports Banquet sponsored by the Perkius-Tryon Sports Booster Club tonight at 7, Thursday, May 13, in the high school gymnasium. The meal is being catered by Ralph's Packing Co. There is no charge but donations will be accepted. The junior-senior prom is Saturday at Stillwater's Moose Lodge. Graduation has not been effected. It will still be 8 p.m. May 20 at the football field. Final tests for the middle and high school students will be given Tuesday and Wednesday, May 25-26, with parent-teacher conferences May 27. Also weathered out was the town's annual pet vaccination day set for last Saturday. No makeup date has been scheduled. OBU honors Lauener SHAWNEE - Perkins resident plishments and potential for future Amber Lauener, a senior home success in missions, said Dr. Dick top fund raisers fistmissins major at Oklahoma BaP-University, recently received Rader, dean of OBU's Joe L. In- the outstanding student in Christian gram School of Christian Service. missions award during the univer- and Kristie Single- top individual fund Seals during the Perkins Elementary over $4,000. was the top money kindergarten, raising a fourth grader, raised did a Hop- hopped a total of one through five did a They spened a total of 29,978 words. The top fund raisers: Kindergarten: 1. Kristie Single- ton $145,2. Katie Bale $100.30, 3. Richard Simpson $71.63, 4. Rickey Kinzie $60. First Grade - 1. Ashley Reynolds $108, 2. Bradley Hubbard $83.60. Second Grade - 1. Jason Simpson $70, 2. Matthew Kinder $69.80. Third Grade - 1. Joshua Hazel- baker $67.87. Fourth Grade - 1. Virginia Bell $111.13. Fifth Grade- 1. Amy Scott $45.90. if_, Keith Baird arrives April 30 Keith was born to Brian was 21 1/2 inches long. Baird of Perkins, April His grandparents are Elton and ).m. at the Stillwater Jackie Baird of Perkins, Sharon Bose of Bessie and Joseph Doll of 7 lbs., 13 ozs. and West Bend, Wis. 'Unknown' called school off high water and the tended one day. at Perklns-Tt, yon The last day of school will now Vere called off Monday. he May 26. Cimarron River hadn't we had about 25 and we weren't the buses could, and 8o," Dr. Virginia Webb, of schools, said. it best to be safe than was back in session limited bus routes. year has been ex- Military News LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, San Antonio - Airman Abraham J. Williams has graduated from Air Force basic training here. He is the son of Quinette Williams of Oklahoma City aml Douglas Williams of Rural Route 2 Perkins. 39 89 39 89 69 9 9 79 00369 PUlBlmllUB IIOVCAI OPEN MON.4AT. 1041 'TIL THURL, eUN 14 sity's Christian Vocations Banquet. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Lauener. "Students were selected for award based on their academic accom- Chandler Livestock Auction Yo, Ia to I b g cattle. |u. 12:00 Ew._,m/Od. Monday Nic (Hom Sle) 918-$742459 405-258-0500 At CushIng RegIonal HospItal, our Emergency Room Is Always Open!! And although we'd rather not see you there, we're very much aware that most accidents happen in the home. Please practice safety...at home, at work, in your car. And if you need us, we want you to know that our emergency room is staffed by a trained room physician and professional nursing personnel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We'll be here when you need us...but, we hope you don'fl Because We Care/ 918/225-2915, Ext. 240 I_..cL -.P,=---m 1027 E. Cherry Jrllllv jr]',lEJrdl Cushing. OK 74023 lfOSplral (91e) 22s-2e ESTAT AUCTION HOUSEHOLD FUNISHINGS * ANTIQUES MISCELLANEOUS SALE LOCATION: From Nor Main and Kid( Ave. in Peddm, go 1 Mib East on Blacktop Road en 1/4 of Mile South to Newpo Farm. Watch IorAuction Sigm. SATURDAY, May 15, 1993 1:00 RM. 2 Pioco Bodkoom Sie. Four Poem Bed, CompiMe, 0m wlh Largo/Vialed RiSang Minog 4 PoJe Bee Cok Chy Woo Sb Wood Bed; B,k  Br P,I N e 0m Wd Ch 2 Blind Be T; Potable Seg  in Ci Sh4t 2 Teilra b WI Cd. W-A. HCELLJNEOU$: Poraln Wd Shek Framed Pdnt 1tom djamm Femme COOl d Janm Ruud L; Vanily Troy; BraN amd Gli I'kmgin0 Lalmp; Stud Ran Amodcama Wal MIm,  Gold FramKI Mbor;. 'FAN' Vm; Dolk PI md Bbm; Wood Bide Slmt  ba S; I- d Mal Ladd, Eiecldc LBm Mo, 3 - Si0 Slabhm Sli Vt; Smal AffA; Stud Bm l/k; 2" Poble Kem Heam m Wheeb; 2. Whml End0md Melal Tmil md 0h Toob md Mldmmm  Nummous o Mm. AUCTIONEER' NOTE:  Newpo wu long  area mdt She  her hom w#h mmy >1 e. Mmy nra n mm md o m:l quaY/, MaN  4 I1 auaion de and Iin on your cakmdm. I"IERMI: Ca. Tho im UB IT&I"EMENYI MADE DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ALl. PRIOR ADVERTISlNO. Rokmhn Avdanblo anl Saio Lotion Estate of Mrs. Gertrude Newport, , Owners -- Sale To Be Conducted By-- Luster Realty and Auction Co. DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers Pmy, Oklahoml ASSOCUO1E/ClX)NEIm i RF./TY ,UC'nON COWlWNY 4od336.23eo OKWmlK tMl &/lOeMlflal Auuknmemame $14 Oeilmmm IK PelA OId Perkins Journal, Thursday, May 13, 1993 -PAGE 3 I SPRING YOURSELF1 00/Fishing 00/Golfing "00/Boating 00JBy The Pool 00/In The Garden 00/At The Ball Park *with approved credit, some restrictions apply 00r[TH Your Cushing Cellular Service CELLULARONE 816 E.6TH FAX 405-377-1255 Stillwater, OK Office 405-377-1212 1-800-925-8674 Mary MAKy KAy. 01LY? NORMAL? DrY? Kay has a proven-effEctive skin care program for you. Call todayl Professional Mary Kay Skin Care Consultant Karen A. Matheson Mary Kay Beauty Consultant 405-372-4192 illlllllllllllllllllllllllllll I would li to receive None information oN: I:]1 Skin CARe I:1 Gkuou Makeover 121 Nail Ca.e 1 I BodyC. Eli Sun Protection I-'1 Men's Producls I [ N.e I I Address ....... I ! City State Zip Code-- ! [ telephoNeCHo.e)_ (work) l LJ::_"'2 .................. ---J FARM AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1993 9:31 A.M. Open for Viewing 8:00 AM Day of Auction Directions: From ths Intersection of Hwy 177 & 51 in Stlllwaler, take Hwy 51 east 12 miles. Turn north 2 miles or from Yale take Hwy 51 west 8 miles then 2 mtles north. WATCH FOR SIGNS FARM: Ol0AillsChalmerstraclorwith frontendloader, tandum dk, box blade, two-row cufllvator, post hole digger, fertilizer spreader, scoop, brash hog, new and used parts and manual for above tractor. VEHICLES: 1988 GMC Sierra Classic, loaded, 16,000 miles; 1984 Ford wide, shod bed; Yamaha Hopper. TOOLS: John Deere log splitter, like new; melal band saw on sland (LN); air compressor, 220-volt electric welder; set culting torches, hose, and gauges; A-frame on rollers wilh 1/2-ton chain hoist; Craftsman table saw with }olnter; cut off saw; 18-inch Echo chain saw; mowers, weed eaters, hundreds of hand and power tools, sockels, floor jacks, boomers, dies, grinder, vise, log chains, ladders, and much more. SHED: 7 x 12 oll storage shed ANTIQUES: Firestone radio, aladdin lamps, oil cans, waler bucket, uosscul saw, and more. OUTDOORS: Guns, fishing equipment, char broiler with bottle, microwave SCRAP IRON: Several groups of scrap iron and metal. MISCELLANEOUS: Many years accumulation of nice, clean Items. Hundreds of theml