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The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 31, 1984 -- PAGE 5 I oft I with Mama .... : = .... .F, in Rebecca and Bill Richardson (above) form the new Wnership/management team at the Perkins Steer nn. Both are experienced food service professionals. y The logo sign for Steer Inn in Perkins occupies the a . s . . northeast corner of SW First and West Thomas streets, location of a splendid restaurant where fine food, excellent service, and comfortable accommoda- tions spell customer satisfaction. 1 PERKINS STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANT / 824 S. Main Stillwater All You Can Eat ~ Weekly Evening Menu Mon.--Cimcd Served Buffet Syle TueJ.--Reg. Buffet Lunch 11-2; Even. 5-8 Wed.--B~.B4~ Ribs Terry Phillips Sunday 11-3 Thurs.--Reg. Buffet Soup, Salads, Fri.--Seafood Set.--Etm~B.Q Ribs , Vegetables, Desserts, [Noon} 7 Days Breads, Entrees Sun.--Ham ~ Roast Beef ~I6W, | E. 6th 0 The STEER INN FAMILY REST- AURANTS were founded on tradition and are the result of a hearty pioneer heritage. Found- sd by an old-fashioned farm family, who were not afraid of work, believing that those who put forth the effort were the ones whoprospered. The family's philosophy, coupled with hard work, is responsible for the progress their restaurant business has enjoyed. Coming to this area at the time of the run, the family staked their claim and lived in a sod- dy until they built their first dwelling in 1906, just prior to statehood. Nllddl 14 l e Imm ' Fhey believed in God and in their d tlm Ima ImmSe - No neighbor, the free enterprise system, and were Cover DALLY * 8mws , OK Serving Lunch 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Dinner 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. A Pleasant Experience in Dining Relaxation Specializing in Delicious Steaks, Seafood & Barbeque b Leon Stillwater days BOomer Rd. SAM'S CATERING and Convenience Store 405-624-0317 Full Service Dining and Carry Out Hours 11-2;5-8 Wright, Owner 624-9138 Bar.B-Q RibsVegetables Chicken Cole Slaw Baked Ham Baked Beans Banana Pudding --Catering to Small or Large Groups-- 6th Stillwater firmly convinced that if you offered a dollar's value for a dollar's price, you would succeed," Rebecca and Bill Richardson (New Managers-- Partners of the Perkins Steer Inn) said. In addition, the family felt the need for a unique, as well as an enjoyable atmosphere. Consequently, all the family businesses have the old-fashioned antique "!oak." They have maintained the family at- mosphere which began with "Mama's county fair prizes from experience in cooking for a large family, and the 'oohs and ahs' at her own table, combined with papa's solid business sense and continuous attention to a 'good deal' for the customer, made their business prosper and grOW." The PERKINS STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANT opened April 4, 1983 and is the sixth and most recent location in this fine restaurant company's chain. Rebecca and Bill Richardson became the new manager owners on April 1, 1984. Rebecca comes to Perkins with a lifetime of food service experience that began during her childhood at a restaurant owned by her mom. She has been associated with STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANTS, Inc. For five years at both the Cushing Steer Inn and The Homestead Family Restaurant of Cushing. Over two and a half years of that time, I ebec- ca has been in a management position. ' Bill, who works full time mr a major oil company as an assistant foreman in production, will assist Rebecca at the Steer Inn durLd the evening and weekend hours. Rebecca reports that Quality, full-service dining, glorious salad bars, daffy specials, coun- try breakfast, diet menu, fish, chicken and salad bar, along with a very professional catering ser- vice, are only a few of the items that have become synonymous with the Steer Inn and will be continued at the Perkins location. Among the more popular items on the menu are Country Fried Chicken, Fried Catfish Din- ner, and the one-third pound hamburger, serv- ed with French Fries, with a variety of entrees FAMR, Y RF TAURANTS .PERKINS -- 547-5378 (4O5)377-5890 II am.m 2pro. 600 E. MeElroy Stiilwater - 377-7010. 6 to l m. ,1$ $AUSArA r11 $ $AI DWlOIIS c..emk CATImlCG SEIVlC! & DBJCATIBB Stncld~ b HICKOIW SMOKED oral lu oN HAMS Red Hilyard, Owner 377-7553 i17 W. Md y Taste" "Sheraton Has Convention, Banquet & Meeting Rooms Up To 400 SHERATONHOTEI~S & iNNS, WORLDWIDE 4500 WEST SIXTH ,'3TILLWATER, OKLAHOMA 74074 405/624-9490 wm, n *lJmld &tmebom neBoto .Sbs, m m,d.8 tm the eveet Tuesday. Chefs Special Beef & Burgundy Larry Steele, Director of Marketing 1918) 225-3501 (918) 86f 1=1(918) .3115 720 E. "The Finest in Chinese Cuisine" Open 7 Days Lunch - 11 to 2:30 Dinner - 5 to 9:30 Luncheon Special Fri. & Sat. $2.65 to $3.75 tii 10:30 6th Dine-In or Carry-Out Stillwater Hwy. 105 & Main Street Tryon, OK Featuring Old Fashioned Home-Style Cooking Hours: Phone In- Carry out which include: All-American, Bacon Burger, Weekdays 6 a.m.. 8 p.m. Service Try Our Hickory Chili Burger, Mushroom Burger. 918-374-2298 smoked and Pit Cooked Breakfast is served any time at the Sun. 6 a.m.- 2 p.m. Delbert&LoisWoodsmail Bar-B-QRibs, Sand. PERKINS STEER INN with old-fashioned Owners.Operators wiches, Plate Lunches waffles and fluffy omelets popular with all ages. A variety of omelets include: plain, sausage, ham and cheese, western (ham, cheese, pepper, onion),Spanish-ham, tomato, onion, Jalapeno. HAVE A MINI-DINNER AT A MINI-PRICE All are served with hash browns, toast, or i] homemade biscuits and gravy. AT WYATT'S PERKINS STEER INN has a complete Our ~ini-Dinner is for children of all ages, and those with smaller appetites. The Mini-Dinner catering service. Full details are available if you cons~m of: One-half portion of an entree, {2) one-ha f portions of vegetob|es, and one soft desire to stop by and talk with Rebecca. roll--Only .2 i PERKINS STEER INN is open Monday throngh Saturday from 6 a.m. unt.il 10 p.m. Sun- Take a new look at Wyaffs day hours are 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. i: