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t i 1 PAGE 8 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 31, 1984 [ Vl" 11 -I[ home. They lived there for great-great-grandchild the Roosevelt sons, were . the youngster's hand, and one's constituents any will be with Lottie Sharp- ganging up against turned back to the train good. ton on May 30th. 1.11 JXl X 21 years, where their ren. Harry, This got rough platform to give a rousing Then there are those Mr. and Mrs. Wayne .I rfl, children were born. Grandsons served as when it came time to pay speech, who are just plain car- Burton visited Mr. and Mr. and Jl lll tlI J They later moved to apallbearers: Gary Neit- off campaign bills. Harry Truman, along rupt, and manage to getMrs. Don Perceful of Susta of out of one mess after the Tryon on Tuesday spent the PJl farm near Goodnight, man, Roger Ruminer, President Truman with a half dozen other other while people just sit afternoon. Mrs. Sus | LEA HOUSTON SER- where they lived for four John Houston, Leon VICES HELD years, purchased a farm Houston, Dale Wayne decided on a whistle stop people mostly in the campaign that took him newspaper business, is there and watch them and Mrs. Wayne Taylor and husb a,| Services for Lea one mile south of Perkins, Shaffer, Wayne Houston, back and forth across the one of my models. Most of do nothing about it: Do called on Mrs Elsie Pock Mrs. Fred IIouston, 93, Rosewoodliving there until Nov. Glen Dale Houston, and United States during a these menhaveonething nothing, say nothing; see on Monday. Mrs. Su.s Manor Nursing Home, 1958, when they tradedFred Houston two month period. He in common, and that is I nothing; take no stand Monday visitors of Mr and raised were at 2 P.M. Tuesday, the farm for property in -o- made 365 speeches, which can relate to them. Most against it! It s sickening and Mrs. Wayne Burton known to her| May 29. 1984, at Perkins Perkins. She lived there~.WAV~.QII~ to see people get away were Mrs. Susie Driskell Mary Lee Strode Chapel. Charlesuntil moving to Rosewood~'~'~ represented ten a day, of my idols are close to or- with this and scratch and Shelly and Carol ofdaughterofl~ Wall officiated. Burial Manor . and talked to over 6 dinary people, yet they followed in the Iowa A housewife, she was aDON D COOPER million people at whistle obtained more than or-their way back to the top Ripley and Mr and Mrs Jake Bateso stops all over the USA.dinary popularity and once again when they Don Perceful of Tryon "ed flowers Chapel Cemetery near member of the Perkins Graveside services will At one time they neededfame. I think this shows have done absolutely A Susta's fat Perkins under the direc- First Christian Church. be held for Donald Cooper ...... n $25,000 badly to keep the that most average people nothing to earn their way HOLE IN ONE Mr. Bateso back " " in 1956 tion of Strode ] uneral She was preceded in in thePerkinaCemetery,train going. Harry can do this if they try, and ^" ............ PRAGUE--Hubert usta Home. death by a son, daughter Saturday, June 2 at 11himself turned to a good strive for the heights. It une man nna in ................ .. -- - maae a nole-ln-one " ~ tO She died Friday, May and husband, who died a.m. Oklahoma democrat Roy takes discipline and riarry 'lYuman. He was at .... mg oacK '~ 25, 1984, at Rosewood Nov. 27, 1964. : -o- J. Turner, who got busy character, and all of my his own man He was . " .... own m a uraay. rt s eye- hen Manor. Survivors include: four and called a few influen- idols were highly self. honest. He had character .... than w Shewasborn March 11, sons, E. Glen Houston, JUST A LINE MORE .. , - ,. w nesses were dames tial Oklahomans, and disciplined people. They lie was royal to n]s ....... e.;~ ~ ..... dezeK, r~uuuy Largen~ ~.~ 1891 in Elmer, Mo., Stillwater;Leon E. FromPagel they picked up the biLl for were honest, and they ,, nas me was senm sve ...... daughter of Menzo and Houston, Chandler; nal ty setting machine to his friends needs. He anu t aryl cmma. pe that day's trip. were sensitive to the feel- didn't lie, nor did he need Sarah Violetta Church-Calvin Houston, would have been Another time, the ma-ings of others. They were hill She came to Ringwood; Lonnie M. o ratin the same thin to. He was a rare :I . pe g, g jar networks wouldn't let loyal. Oklahoma in a covered Houston, Hoxm, Kan; would have ha ened ' PP ' Harry go on the air In politics, this is one statesman, and history I i wagon at age 6 with herfour daughters, Mrs. and it would have re- without a check in ad- place I've slipped. Ifindit will prove him to be one of parents, living on a farm Mildred Price, Stillwater; uired settin over the q g vance for about $20,000. difficult to be loyal to a the more famous I 10 miles southwest of Mrs Jessie (Nellie)Neit- t that had "ust been Ype 3 Again, Oklahoma political party. I ve presidents, l, Perkins. man' Perkins; Mrs" set the last five minutes Democrats picked up the always supported the -o- ~ ~ ~ She married Lewis Glen Clarence {Add Ruth} Shaf- or so. The typesetter is bill. Later, on a whistle man or woman and not so ttouston in Stillwaterfer, Perkins andMrs Kel- totall cam uterized EDEN CHAPEL Y P stop tour through much the party. Infact, IBy Donna Burton _------I Dec. 9, 1913. After their By J. (Violetta) Ruminer, The Journal is in the Oklahoma, I believe it frown on party politics marriage thecouplelived Guthrie; 20 grand- rocess of installin a We received a good P g was at Oklahoma City, and feel dirty sometimes rain. \ /\ / . J on a school lease one mile children, 31 great- cam uterized rocess P P the train wouldn't budge after I do participate in The Eden Chapel ladies ummm i south of her childhood grandchildren, and three camera. I'm not sure what until a bill was paid. them. I feel the same way did real well with their LA \ \ would have happened to it ........... had it been programmed Again,stepped forwardRY J. andTUrnerpaid withabutathepersondrSwhenthat theyStay bake sale at the ballroom I and operating when the the bill. It is no wonder attend those notoriousflea market on Saturday. , I electricity dimmed and that Harry Truman "smoked filled room" Sunday guests of Mr. iI MAKING (R)[ C.HATTAN( f aA 1 went out momentarily, thought so highly of meetings. I sincerely wish and Mrs. Bob Burnett I Multiply this times a Oklahoma and Oklahoma there was a way to be ac- were Mr. and Mrs. Don vac, [Iotl r"l half dozen or so computer Democrats. tive in politics without BrittonandDarin Mrs Opal Courtright 1 I ~Mon. t hruF~^ J operations across town At another stop in having to follow leaders visited with Mr. andMrs. !fl J and you can see the havoc Oklahoma, a young boy that can't achieve theDanny Kinkade and famE- .i q 4:/.G:3o I played with intermittent was having a problem respect of others except ly on Sunday. ' 7:30 9:45_ It _ _ ................ ...... J) electricity.gives no guarantees.Yet OG&ETry controlling the horse he by the position they hold Wayne Burton visited FIRST AID SUN 4 ,s MA*U L as hard as they can, the had ridden to town, in the party. If some of Kenny Moore and REMEDIES REI EL believe it was in Davis, the state's highest Margaret on Sunday .J , - " " _. electricitYrupted soonerWill bear inter-later Oklahoma, to hear the political leaders are ex- morning' EMERGENCY NUMBER ,47. HARD TO HOLD (PG) when a computer is in president speak. Mr. amples of honesty and Saturday evening I Truman was concerned character--brother! I try ests of Mr and Mrs " ': that the boy was going to not to be guilty of lump- ?~W.~:h~)oOePne6 operation, and it will gu . . HOB RS" ' ll! Lee Murlin and family 8:30-6:30 Mol ." ".-''. p ':: cause havoc. Thatisjust gethurt, or the horse was ing them all in one were Allen and Bryan fl qn nn qo llrc Sat Shows:&Sun7:30Openg:301"45 ..ahazard of these modern going to hurt some of the package, realizing there Munson, Mr. and Mrs. . i ..... g mes, crowd, so he stepped offare some bad applies inDelbert Price and Tiffany t Shows: 2:45 5:15 7:30 9:30 XXX the platform, walked up every barrel. The thing This is Harry Truman's to the rearing, jittery that ruins a professional and Donna Matney. u coMov a 100th birthday year, and horse, took the bridle, politician with ordinary The Burton Quilting [ ] Club met with Edna m- ! we've beenreadingabook short reins in hand, people faster then Tabor on May 15th. f t _ 0 -- abut Harry and his wife calmed the hrse' frced anything is that it is V righ(, on i 1 1111 INDIANA JONES THE (PG) Bess, and anothc- about his mouth open, toldthe necessary in politics to Thlse :ttretrndihntgeT:: : AND THE TEMPLE NATURAL the President, written by youngster the horse was trade out, to give and OF DOOM (PG) 3rd Week his daughter Margaret.h t eight years old, and take, even to "sell out" in Mon .thru Fri.~. Open 6'15. mn. ............. tnru rrL :ou, u:uu The latter reveals t a walked the horse to the some respects, in order to tie Sharpton, and Judy 547-20 } 24(} S. ~oows: z:v0. 9:30 Sat Sun 2"15 4'45 7"30 twice he was saved by a Sat.-Sun Open 1"15 "" "- nn " " ,,,a -- nklahoma edge of the crowd, shook get to a position to do Buntin. The next meeting Shows: 2:00"4:30 7:0'() 9:30Iv'~ g"~'rr~ ." t'~; ' v (No p~sscs--No discount Den cra . j _ As the story goes, he on 372-3744 OPEN FULL TIME STARTING TONIGHT GOOD TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH dark (R)J Gate opens at 8:30 / Show starts at ,, wasn't given a chance of winning the 1949 election, and Tom Dewey was sup- posed to have been a shoo in. That is, about everyone but the Truman family and a few close friends thought this. Everyone, including some loyal democrats, such as Sale to be conducted on the property located at 224 Second Street, Perkins, Oklahoma. COMMERCIAL BUILDING - GOOD LOCA. TION--Located on Highway 66 South of Wellston. Double brick veneer building in ex- cellent condition. $150,000 LOTS OF EXTRAS--Very nice 2 bedroom home. 2-car garage. Cathedral ceiling. Built-in microwave, trash compactor, refrig. Stockade fence around back of yard. Covered patio. 320 N.E. 5th, perkins, $55,000.00. ROOMY HOME WITH LARGE SCREENED PORCH--3 bedroom, 1V~ bath, living room, large den. 26 X 28 born in back. In City Limits Perkins, Above ground pool with deck. 11 Timberline Drive. $80,000.00. CHURCH/CHILD CARE PROl~RTY--Located at 1st & Thomas in Perkins. Assumable SBA Loon to Qualified Buyer. $95,000.00. GOOD BUY FOR HANDYMAN--3 bedroom on 3 lots. Pecan tree, large garden spot. Close to Main Street. Within walking distance of grocery store., post office, etc. 100 E. Herr, Perkins. BUILDING SITES FOR SALE--City Utilities. Paved Streets. Residential Development. Priced Perkins. EXCELLENT BUY ON 2 1 lAtH-- Attractive well-kept home with new energy ef- ficient bronze-color storm windows. Exterior recently painted. Includes range, dishwasher, & some drapes & curtains. 224 NE. 5th, Perkins. $37,800,00. 70 ACRE FARM FOR SALE--5 wire fence, small corral, rural water available. $75,000.00. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 LIVING AREAS - PERKINS--Must see this home with attractive cedar exterior, central heat & air, storm win- dows, storage blcia. & wooden fence Custom cabinets & built-ins ,nr~,~,ghout, nice carpet, range & dishwasher. 503 S.F. 3rd, Perkins. $59,000.00. COMMERCIAL LOCATION - P, EIKINI-- Excellent location on Main Street. Small building on property. High traffic area well suited for retail, commercial, or profess,anal establish- ment. Contact us for additional information. BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME ON ACREAGE-- Cathedral ceiling in LR/DR area. Fireplace. Built- in shelves in LR. Spacious view. Country living at its finest. Perkins school district. $6@,500.00.~ ,1 IEOROOM ON APINOX. 40 AalEl--Ripley school district. 2 ponds. Large garden space. : Detached garage/workshop. Partial owner financing considered. blinds in oil bedrooms & vertical blinds over patio door. Nice patio with lovely view & garden. Abundant shelving & storage in garage. 416 Eaton Drive, Perkins. Price Reduced $5O,OOO.OO 1RICK HOME ON WLq.L LANDSCAPED I.O1'--3 bedroom, 2 bath, total electric energy saving home with central heat & air. 1 t3 Payne Street, Perkins. $45,000. EXCELLENlr CONDITION, IXCILLINT PIIICI-- Brick home with 3 bedrooms, 1 V~ batiks, cen- tral heat & air, energy saving heat purdp, con- crete storm cellar with electric, chain lir/k fence, all for $44,5(X), 417 Stansbury, Perkins. I TERMS ON REAL POSSESSION--On 9 9 I Legal Description: Lots 13 and 14, Block 10 in Werts Town of Perkins, Payne County, Oklahoma. This nice home has two bedrooms, bath, large living room, and separate u.tility area for washer, dryer and freezer. tached carport and storage area. The home is located her lots with attractive trees and shrubbery. Auctioneer's Note: This property is located a block north schools and within walking distance of the business section ches. The property has been well maintained and is surrounded neighbors in a nice neighborhood. ESTATE--Ten percent down on day of sale with balance due at time of closing. completion of transaction. PERSONAL PROPERTY I-RCA Whirlpool Automatic Washer I-2 Piece Bedroom Suite l-Dinette Set (Table & 4 Chairs) l-Cedar Chest 1-Gas Cook Range 1-Night Stand (Early American) 1-Leonard Refrigerator 1-Dressing Table 1-Metal Utility Cabinet 1-1983 RCA Portable Color TV (Like 1-Deep Freeze {Chest-type) 1-RCA Cabinet TV 1-2 Piece Living Room Suite 1-Portable Brothers Sewing Machine 1-Recliner (Like New) 1-Upright Hoover Sweeper 2-Rockers 1 -Mixer 1-Coffee Table and 3 End Tables l-Blender l-Metal Wardrobe 2-Lawn Chairs l-Living Room Chair {Like New) l-Serving Cart 1-Large Gas Heater {Thermostat Control} l-Step Ladder I-3 Piece Bedroom Suite (Nice) !-Hedge Trimmer l-Child's Desk 1-Elect~c Lawn Mower l-Brown Divan Pots & Pans 1-Portable Pool Table Misc. Items 1-1980 RCA Refrigerate Air Conditioner {Good) New) (Like NeW) TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY-Cash. All Statements Made Day Of Sale Take Precedence Over All Prior Mrs. Nannie Luster, DeWayne Luster, Trustee -- This Sale Conducted By -- DEWAYNE LUSTER & ASSOCIATES Broker and Auctioneers HA~'~ & AU~TI~H ~PAN 405/336-2360 Perry, Oldahoma Advertising