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Perkins, Oklahoma
June 7, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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June 7, 1973

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i i~ The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 7, 1973 - 5 (Published in the Perkins Journal June 7 and 14, 1973, two (2) times.) PROCLAMATION AND NOT]~CE OF ELECTION Under and by virtue of Section 26, Article I0 of the Constitution of Oklahoma and Title 70, Article XV, Oklahoma Statutes, 1971, and other laws supplementary and amendatory thereto, and Resolution of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 3 of Payne County, Oklahoma, adopted the 7th day of May, 1973, an election to be held in said School District is hereby called to be held on the 19th day of June, 1973, for the purpose of submitting to the registered qualified electors thereof the following proposition: in ourna PROPOSITION % Shall Independent School District No. 3 of Payne County, Oklahoma, incur an indebtedness by issuing its negotiable coupon bonds in the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars, to provide funds for the purpose of purchasing transportation equipment; and levy and collect an annual tax, in addition to all other taxes, upon all the taxable property in such district sufficient to pay the interest on such bonds as it falls due, and also to constitute a sinking fund for the payment of the principal thereof when due, said bonds to bear interest not to exceed the rate of five per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, and to become due serially within four years from their date. The ballots used at said election shall set out the proposition as above set forth and shall also contain the words: 1st 2nd For the above Proposition Against the above Proposition (If the voter desires to vote for the above Proposition, he shall stamp an "X" in the first square above; if he desires to vote against the above Proposition, he shall stamp an "X" in the second square above.) The polls shall be opened at 7:00 o'clock A.M., and remain open continuously until and be closed at 7:00 o'clock P.M. The number and location of the polling places and the persons who shall conduct said election shall be as follows: At the Lobby of the Ripley High School Gymnasium; Dorothy Wells, Inspector, Marline Boyles, Judge, and Clois Nickelson, Clerk. k, may be wondering le running around past couple of Carrying a clip- Other a camera- hair. additions to the Larry Maloney will be of Man- s Manager for the editors, McCauley, Dover, where and Sandy at Edmond. Oklahoma State received of Science de- before en- the service he gg, officer. Lra0ted to captain Vietnam for a con- operations. duty in fall of graduate complet- rs of Science de- COmmunication. general re- Editor for the and has been for Nev}s. While a national With a feature theologian Joe ./ R LANE 13 Ir~c/L ling from complete heull; wheel nee(Is tie is a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fra- ternity, Pershing Rifles, a na- tional military fraternity, and Sigma Delta Chi, a national journalistic society. Maloney said as editor he hopes to provide the people of Perkins and the surrounding area with comprehensive news coverage, emphasizing featur- es on the people and history qf the city and county. Larry's wife, Sue, is working toward her doctorate in sociology at OSU. They live at 1609 Orchard Lane, in Still- water. Mr. and Mrs. Dodrill moved to Perkins in 1965 to engage in ranching. Sue started work in 1968 at Vassar Manufacturing Company working at the order desk and in the parts depart- ment. Her husband. Cecil D. Dodrill, commutes to his job at Tinker, AFB, where he holds a position in management. Sue said she came to work for the Journal because she "finds journalism interesting and challenging," and hopes to make a contribution to the com- munity. Mr. and Mrs. Dodrill have two children, Jim, 15, and Jen- nifer, 13. Both attend Perklns- Tryon High School. _ _ | _ [I II I " ITION CUSTOM PRINCESSL51000 B.T.U. ONLY 6,000 BTU 1 ' " J . 10,000 BTU .................. $|W' 141000 BTU ..................... ]6,000 BTU ..................... 18,000 BTU ..................... 1%000 BTU ............ ' ....... . .0 TOH 24,000 BTU ..................... 27,000 BTU .................... Delivery and Installation Extrlt. FROZEN FOOD, OEHTIR ........ [ Such officers shall also act as counters. WITNESS our hands as President and Clerk of the Board of Education and the seal of said School District this 7th day of May, 1973. Roger Bunney President, Board of Education (SEAL) ATTEST: Gene Hall Clerk, Board of Education |i I I AND TRUST COMPANY Offering Golden PNMI Sl ngs. H!gher Ilmlnll wire plull lk'clnvl.klm]. svo Rremt Cemm m almm m' ~lMm' s Nrcwe csmeeem isWm elsm w .. Your mlngm are Imured up to II Iw (he F.D.I.C: