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e 12 NOON REAL ESTATE FOR RENT--2 Bedroom furnished home in Perkins, $250. 547-2675 5-24 ammercial Ads Are FREE ! 20c word imam charge] charge for FOR RENT--First of aCCounts. June, modern 2-bedroom FREE!! acreage, edge of Perkins Want on West French St., Call Marvel Hemphill in Tulsa 918-834-5845 or 587-5822 SALE 5-24 _ FOR SALE AGE GOING FOR SALE--9.41 acres, DRAIN? Try beautifully located in tBED Hidden Springs Estates, I N. Boomer, Phone 405-372- Perkins Schools, priced tfc right. Call 405-547-2304. 5-24 Are your Breaking? FOR SALE--Country a TwoRow home for sale, rent or Tine Harrow. trade, I0 miles south of ). 22tfc Stillwater, private water well, total electric, 3 --Slim-Fast, bedroom, one bath, can- Chocolate or tral heat & air, easily $6.49 each. assumable loan, 547-2079.28 4 0 5- 3 7 7- 5 8 5 4 or 918-832-8825. 5-17 used FOR SALE--40-160 $75.00 acres, no down payment, 10% owner financing, 10 000BTU miles SE of Perkins, air con- 918-374-2490, after 6.5-17 7-2155 5-24 FOR SALE--New three SALE-- 1982 bedroom house, two bath, 440 LTD central heat & air, double excellent con-garage, on five acres, Iriven only 2 owner financing, Carney, than 1300 405-865-2613. 5-17 Lsking $1300. 5-24 WANTED NEED A PLUMBER? Call Pogue's City Plumbing Co. 547-2117 or 918-225- 4494. L. R. 'Red' Pogue doing Contracting or Plbg. Repairs. tfc SALE--1969 Star Craft travel Professional Piano Tuning--Repair-- Rebuild--Refinish. Also buy and sell Pianos. 405-547 363 or 372-1104 91 PLUMBING PROBLEMS? Call J. D. Anderson's Plumbing and Water Well Service, 918-374-2436. tfc FREE GIVE AWAY--Cute kit- tens, they drink milk and eat cat food. Call 547-2358 5-24 LOST LOST--Brown pekinese, down by the river. 547-2818 5-24 REWARD OFFERED-- for drawer from cher- rywood chest, 15x31", divided. If found, call 9i8-372-4413, collect5-24 HELP WANTED PLUMBER experi- ence in repair and ser- vice work. Bradley Plumbing 377 III GARAGE SALE GARAGE SALE-- Clothes & jeans, WANTED--Someone to children's sizes; women's take over lawn mowing clothes, large sizes; shoes, business. Call 547-2140, bedding, blankets, dishes, ht cubic foot, 5311 5-24 ~SALE--Gas. ask far Dee. .......... 5-17 bicycle, motorcycle, books, table, chairs, anti- natural gas or ques. From Whistle Stop Real nice, --- LI -V-E-ST OCK- .... 2, 1 mile north, V2 mile "2504 5-24 FOR SALE--One breeder west, Saturday only 8-3 fully self- $3500. or 374-2470 5-24 Exxon also barrels 2all 5-24 8X10 all wood. and floor, In Agra 5-24 I]ERRIEs_ orders be 547-2931 5-24 Trade 323 NW 5-17 ~1977 Dodge Home, Air, Self- '.hower, Has heat, ave. 2-way 2 sleeping ning area. ,000 miles-- model car or trade. See at 5-17 sow, app. 350 lbs. and one 5,24 butcher sow, app. 250 lbs. GARAGE SALE--May Call after five 547-5344. 25 & 26, 9 A.M. until ? ........... s_:!_Y Tools, furniture, FOR SALE--One billy household appliances. 112 goat, good for breeding or NE 3rd 5-24 butchering, N.C. McCar- YARD SALE--May 25 & tY! 1"405-466-2535= 5:17 26; toys, flower vases, games, puzzles, Tupper- PETS ware. 8-4:00. Lots of FOR SALE--One male everything, cancels if and one female poodle, rains. 219 SW 3rd 5-24 405-586-2233. 5-17 ore Dryer, Built-in $75.00. Both 5-17 "-'69 Datsun 547-5380. 5-17 anti- chairs, spindle :arved back. years old. appointment 0. 5-17 ROOFING Work and shingles estimates Hagar 6 P.m. SERVICES Do you need good child care? Plus reasonable rates, if so call. 547-2143. 28 thru May SUMMER BABYSITTING--In my home; swimming, picnics, and other activities. Ten years experience, reasonable rates, have references. 547-5394 5-24 SCHOOLS OUTI NEED HELP!--Mother of 3 of- fers daycare for your children in my home. In- fants and up, nutritious noon meal, soon to be licensed. Summer special, reduced rates for children 7 to older. Call 547-5398 5-24 WILL DO BABYSITTING--in my home, reasonable rates. Call 547-2568 5-24 SPECIAL--The time is here to service your Air Conditioner or Heat Pump. Check Refrigerant Charge, Oil Fan Motors, check and clean Coils and Filters. Call Pogue City Plumbing, Inc. 547-2117 or call collect 918-225-4494 5-24 School's Out-- Need a Babysitter? Christian Mother will care for children 3 and up. 547-2027. SITES IN PERKINS ST RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR SALE Attractive, three bedroom, 2 bath, 1150 sq. foot house with 24432 shop. Luster Realty & Auction Perry, OK Call Clay Durnal 405-547-2280 KERNS Construction Co. Asphalt--Sand--Gravel Stillwater, OK 180S S. Perkins Rd. LAWNS MOWED ODD JOBS Contact Tommy Creager 547-2680 ,, t r APPUANCE SERVICE RAY'S IILECI"RONIS ,r M laIo~AVl OVll45 .~ W&~ DUYIR! DI~ASHllRS . Rllll~A1N~lS RAN(NS . TilAl~ COMPACW~ All ~TIOHlll~ RAYMOND C. RORISON RT. 4, BOX 27 CUSHING, OK 74023 91S-225-4316 NORTHSIDE CLEANERS 372-0644 4th & Main Stillwoter, Oklahoma Drive-Up Window Drapes Beautifully Cleaned and Fan Folded quiet, fashionable area. atmosphere with in-town Developer will build or your Includes city utilities and streets. Select ear!v for choice SATES e {405) 124 S. Main Oklahoma 74059 405-372-7860 Stillwater, Seamless Guttering and Downspouts Call collect Free Estimates 918-352-2105 For Good Cable TV CALL: 547-2122 Pick Up Cable TV Schedule at Perkins TV & Appliance Each Week Babysitting in my home with fenced back yard. All age children newborn on up. Reason- able rates. Days & even- ings. 201 S.W. 3rd. Custom Boat repair. In- door engine rebuilding. Fiberglass repair. Elec. wiring. Detailing & cus- tomizing. 20 years ex- perience. 201 S.W. 3rd. STORM CELLARS Concrete, poured, seam- less, on your own pro- perty, steel reinforced. Old cellars recondition- ing. Also other concrete work. 8X8 $2,200.00 8X 12 $2,800.00 Call 405-547-2349 Perkins or 918-225-6994 Cushing FAMILY APPLIANCE SERVICE Quality Service at Low Rates Call Pat Beery 547-2942 1980 John Deere trac- tor, model 4240, 2260 hours, excellent con- dition, financing available. 377-2610. FOR RENT 2 fur- nished trailers in country on Hwy. 1 & 2 bedroom $235. mo. & bills or $385. all bills paid. Horse pasture & swimming & fishing lake available. No dogs. Deposit required. 547-5140 Ill I I SHELTON LUMBER CO. Lumber & All Other Building Materials 9th & Lowry STILLWATER, OK !19 i1|111 H&K BOOT CENTER N. Harrison Cushin 918-22S-2278 WESTERN WEAR Boots, Belts, Buckles l STORM CELLARS Installation @ Free Estimates 3 Styles to Choose From --Call Now-- BROWN ENTERPRISES (405)377-0909 $47-2992 ROACHES? MICE? Lawn & Tree Spraying A & B ECO.SAFE PEST CONTROL CO. 372-4934 or 547-2660 SERWCE 2220 East Sixth St. Oklahoma The Memorial Day Services at Tryon Cemetery. May 27, 1984 Services will begin at 2:30 P.M. New house for sale by owner, overlook- ing Cimarron Valley on large lot. Perfect for swimming pool. School bus at front door. Call 547-2117 or collect 918-225-4494. CARD OF THANKS We wanted to thank everyone in Perkins for helping our family after the tornado on April 26. Gary and Sandra Eshelman and family "O" DAVISON FRUITSTAND & GREENHOUSE 1101 W. Noble Guthr.le (Hwy 33 West) Vine ripe tomatoes, watermellons, can- taloupes, garden fresh fruits and vegetables. Geraniums. aim, Monday-Saturday 9.6 Sun 1-5 (405)282-6094 Own your own Jean- Sportswear, Ladies Ap- pard, Combination, Ac- cessories, Large Size store. National brands: Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbilt, Izod, Gunne Sax, Esprit, Brit- tania, Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, Claiborne, Members Only, Bill Blass, Organically Grown, Heaithtex, 300 others $7,900 to $24,900, inventory, airfare, train- ing, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Mr. Keenan {305)678-3639. Looking for a Home on Acreage but close to town? This fantastic buy will fit your needs. One of the most beau- tiful views in Payne County. This home features 3 bed roon~ most wonderful kitch~ with much storage and work islan(L Extra large front porch i to sit and enjoy the beautiful !view. Low interest money available, DOLL HOUSE! Perfect for any family or investor. This unique floor plan features items not found in new homes of that size. Fireplace opens from living room into dining room or den. Darling kitchen and large deck overlooking wooded are~ Low. Low as- sumable loan. Call Pam Fulton, 377-4609 or 372-4293. Grindstaff-Harris Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journal. Thursday, May 10. and 24, 1984 - 2 times} The Ripley Board of Educa- tion will accept bids for new ceiling in the school gym, ap- proximately 6.400 sq. feet, The bids must be for two different kinds of ceiling as per list: 1, 4' 8' ~2" insulation fiber board, fire proof rated for school. 2. Grid system with 4' 2' 5/8" mineral tile fire proof rated for school. 3. Bid must also include removal of old ceiling or renail loose existing ceiling. 4. ~bainting, adjusting light fix- tures, and other trim and im- provements as needed with respect to ceiling. All bids must be received by Tuesday, June 4. 1984, 3:00 P.M,, at the below listed address. Office of the Superintendent P.O. Box 65 Ripley, Oklahoma 74062 "O" LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journal, Thursday, May 24 and 31, 1984--2 times) NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Town of Perkins and its boards, commis- sions and authorities are seeking general liability, public officials' errors and omissions, personal in- jury and police profes- sional liability, auto liability and physical damage, fire (building and contents} and contractor's equipment insurance coverages. Coverages are to begin July 1. 1984 for one year. All bids are to be sealed and submitted to the office of the Town Clerk no later than 5:00 P.M., June 13, 1984. The Town reserves the right to reject any of all bids or seperate the award for any of the bid elements. Bids shall be considered an offer to contract for in- surance coverage, Bid in- structions are available from the Town Clerk, P.O. Box 9, Perkins, Oklahoma 74059, telephone 405-547-2445. Gerald D. Hall City Manager "O" Jack Bowyer Attorney-at-Law 135 S. Main - Perkins Phone: 405-547-2479 (o) 405-547-5000 (r) Bobbie's Style Shop New Summer Hours Monday - Friday Closed Saturday Open Evenings ACRES Close to Stillwoter, no restrictions, good build- ing site for underground home. Perkins school district, Stillwnter route and phone. $1.500.00 per acre. For More Information CALL WELLS AGENCY Evenings 372-7656 Pogue's / Parker Pest Control Term ite--Roaches Ants--Rats Trees & Shrubs Bruce Pogue, Owner 405-547-5158 Box 543 Perkins, OIq I Appliances, Furniture and Carpet 20S W. 9tb Stlllwator 372-0S08 Ill Central Rural II Electric Perkins Journal Thursday, May 24, 1984 -- PAGE 7 LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journal, Thurs. May 24 and 31, 1984 - 2 times) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Sealed proposals by REGISTERED MAIL will be received through the Capitol Substation Post office until 1:30 P.M. and will be received at the Oklahoma Department of Transpor- ~ tation Commission Room in the Oklahoma Depart- i ment of Transportation Building, 200 Northeast 21st Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105 from 1:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. June 22, 1984, to be publicly open- ed and read at 2:00 P.M. for the work listed below. No proposal for construction or maintenance work of the Department will be msued to any contractor after two o'clock in the afternoon of the working day preceding opening of bids for any contract. : Each separate proposal shall be accompanied by a Certified or Cashier's Checkor Bid Bond equal to 5% of the bid made payable tO the State o{ Oklahoma, Department of Transportation, as a proposal guaran- ty. Proposal checks will be held or returned by the Department as per Section 103.04 of the State Stan- dard Specifications. This work will be done under the Oklahoma Depart- ment of Transportation Commission's applicable Specifi tions for Highway Construction. The !minimum wage to be paid laborers and mechanics employed on this project will be included in the proposal. The proposal will include a Special Provision with reference to Contractor's Non Collusion Affidavit. Examination of Plans, Specifications, Special Pro- visions and Site of Work is required. Proposals must be prepared as directed by the State Standard Specifications. Plans, forms of proposals, contracts and specifica- tions may be examined at the Division Engineer's Of- fice at Pvrry, O~ahoma, or at the Oklahoma Depart- ment of Transportation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Plans and proposal forms may be ordered from Bob Grigsby, Office Engineer, Oklahoma Department of Transportation Building, 200 Northeast 21st Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105. Cost of Bidding Document (Tax Included) will be State Standard Specification (Blue Book) $5.25, Bidding Proposal No Charge, Plans (Reduced Size Complete) SAP-60(1781- No Charge, SAP-60(180)-$6.30, X-Sec.$13.65 + $1.75 Postage. No refunds will be made on the above cost. Cost o! bidding document will be borne by prospective bidder. Rates for liquidated damages for this project will be SAP-60(178}-$140.00 per Work Day, SAP-60{180)- $280.00 per Work Day. Upon award of contract to a successful bidder, the contract will be completely ~xecuted within ten {I 01 workiiag days from the date Of award by the successful bidder and the Department. The Oklahoma Department Of Transportation hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively in- sure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business program will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award. Bidders are hereby notified that all bids are likely to be rejected if the lowest responsive bid received ex- ceeds the engineer,s estimate bY more than seven {7) percent. In the event all bids' are rejected for this: reason, this pl oject may be deferred readvertising for bids until a more competitive situation exists. Description of work and location of project: State Aid Project No. SAP-60{178L Job Piece No. 04812{04 consisting of 1.40 Mi. 4" Asph. Cone. Type "B ", on Ind. Acc., begin approx. 1.0 Mi. S. & 0.4 Mi. E. of the Jct. of SH-33 & US-177, W. 0.4 Mi. & N. 1.0 Mi., Payne County, Oklahoma. State Aid Project No. SAP-60{180), Job Piece No. 05064{04), consisting of 2.09 Mi. Gr., Dr. & Surf. (Widen & Asph. Surf.}, begin SH-33 & US-177 N. Jct. E. approx. 2.0 Mi., Payne County, Oklahoma - AMOUNT OF PROPOSAL GUARANTEE: Fiw Percent {5%) of the Bid- STATE OF OKLAHOM A, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION - By: R.A. Ward, Director-Chief Engineer. -O- Bees follow a timetable when collecting nectar from flow- ers. Many flowers produce nectar only at certain times of the day; bees know just when to go to each flower. I The following equipment will be sold by sealed bids ending May 31, 1984. Bids will be opened 9:00 a.m., May 31, 1984, in the Superintendent,s Office. 1-Yazoo Riding Lawn Mower, 18hp, Wisconsin, 76" cut l-Yazoo Riding Lawn Mower, 16hp, B & S, 48" cut 1-1979 Buick LeSabre 4-dr, air & pwr, 82,000 mi. Send bids to Indian Meridian Area Vo-Tech School, 1312 S. Sangre Rd., Stitlwater, Oklahoma 74074; Attention: Jim Hyder. IMAVTS reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. I OSU Vehicle Sale Oklahoma State University will conduct a spot bid vehicle sale. June 2, 1984, at 10:00 a.m. Vehicles to be sold are thirty (30) &cylinder sedans, one (I) 6 ycUnder sedan, one (1) metro van, four {4) V2 t. vans, one {1) sAt. van, one {1) 1 t. maxi van, twelve {12) V2 t. pickups, six {6) SA t. pickups, one (1} t. fiat lift bed truck, one (1) IVs t. winch truck, one(l) 3 t. grain bed truck- minimum bid $6,000. The above vehicles are in operating condition and will he sold individual- ly, several will have minimum bids There are additional vehicles that are inoperable; they will be designated or will be announced at the sale. The vehicles may be inspseted at the sale site, OSU Motor Pool, located at Western Avenue and Farm Road, Stfllwater, June 1, 1984 from aJn. to 5. 0 p.m., and June 2, 1984 from 8. 0 a,m. to I .00 a m.