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PAGE 2- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 10, 1993 the Journals F, les... From the flies of the Perkins From the flies of the Perkins Payne County jail - on charges Journal 10 years ago, June 16, Journal 20 years ago, June 7, of assault with intent to kill 1983 - Elmo Barnes became the 1973 - The first load of wheat of after allegedly attempting to shoot second recipient of the annual the 1973 harvest arrived at Ahrberg Perkins police chief P--W Harral on Outstanding Lions Club Member Mill at 10 a.m. Saturday. The wheat Maul street early Sunday morning. Award at Monday night's meeting, was cut and brought in by Delbert lMyne County deputy sheriff, Frank The late Ralph Crane was the first Dodrill from his farm five miles Cundiff, disarmed Easter with a recipient, south of perkins, sawed-off shotgun to stop the Kevin McNew, junior at Perkins- Attending cheerleading clinic in episode. Tyon high School, has been chosen Tahlequah were Chanssa Darby, Donna Wall from Perkins repre- for the 1983 State Fair of Oklahoma Katy Delano, Barbara Dean, Terri sented Payne County in the 4-H co- Honor Band. Kcvin is the son of Lore, Darlita Huffman, Lu Ann operative talks at the 4-H Round-Up' Ronald and Deniece McNew of Gninn and Sandy Edmondson. held at OSU in Stillwater May 28- Perkins. Harland Wells is building two 31. Steven Don Grotheer, 18-year- four-plexes, each containing four From the flies of the Perkins old senior of the 1983 Perkins- two-tgdroom aparmgnts at Fourth Journal 40 years ago, June 25, Tryon HighSchool graduating class and Knipe streets in Perkins. 1953 - Services for William David has been selected to receive the From the flies of the Perkins Sasser, pioneer resident of Perkins, 1983 H.I. Jones Scholarship. Steve Journal 30 years ago, June 13, were held Tuesday in the First is the son of Don and Joan Grotheer 1963- - A Perkins man, Clen Methodist Church. He came to of Tryon. Edvtrd Easter was jailed in the Payne County in 1889 and was in Remember/kut.. June 20th, with a gift from the Perkins Drug. We Father's Day Cards After Shave & Cologne * Chaps * CaI-,4a * Cruza- * Halston Watches, Cross Pens, Electric Razors, Grooming Sets, Shaving Kits, Sony Walkmans I I IIIIII I I Shop Perkins Drug today & everyday for all your shopping needs 246 S. Main 547-2414 Perkins Whistle Stops Community Calendar JUNE 1993 SUN 6 i 2O 27 i i iii MON i i 7 iiiiiiiii i TUE 1 8 14 i i i 21 i 28 WED 2 9 16 i THU 3 i 10 17 24 FRI SAT 4 5 11 12 18 19 25 26 Absentee the banking business for several years in the First State Bank in Perkins. BIwne Holbrook and Gene Mc- Chin left Tuesd,w for Oklahoma City to take their final physicals be- fore being inducted into the armed forces. Howard Warren's Nu-Way Gro- cery was advertising hamburger at $.33 a pound, roast beef at $.45 a pound and two cans of Santa Fe corn for $.35. From the files of the Perkins Journal 57 years ago, June 11, 1936 - Several of the Vinco church members got busy last Thursday afternoon and cleaned the church. They scrubbed the floor, washed the windows, put clean curtains up and Charlie Hinshaw polished the stove. Last Wednesday several women met at the home of Mrs. Bessie Spillars and put together a friendshp quilt for her. A covered di.ch luncheon was served at noon. The Adjusted Service Bonds for veterans are expected to arrive in Perkins Mond,w noon or on the evening train at 5:30 according to postmaster Guy McClain. From the files of the Perkins Journal 78 years ago, June 18, 1915 - Former Journal editor Ivo Kenworthy goes to Stiilwater on July 1 as county treasurer. We fully q We keep up with the high cost of [ ]burning downl It's hard for you to keep abreast of the cost of replacing your home - the way its value is increasing. So we do it for you. I'll check your present coverage. See that you have the right kind of insurance. Cover you for today's higher replacement costs. And provide adequate coverage in the future, automatically, through our Value Protection Program. So, call me today and learn about Farmers fast, fair, friendly service. Rick Jarvis Ins. 114 S. Main, Perkins 547-5126 Farmers Iqew Wodd Ule Ineurance Co. Mince land. WA June 11 Special Concert Stillwater Band Methodist Church 7:30 p.m. believe his fine business ability and integrity justifies the people of Payne County in placing him in that important position. Signed, your new editor Frank Harding. One of the most pleasing sights we have seen in many days is the alfalfa fields near Perkins, particularly those on the Knipe and Porter farms south of town. Bert Harrington bought a span of horses from Bennett Freeman Monday, paying $400 for them. This sale indicates that Payne County farmers are paying attention to the raising of good stock. Dr. Harry McQuown of Stillwa- ter is in Perkins to take charge of Dr. Holbrook's medical practice while he goes to the Panama Expo- sition. Beginning this week, the stores will begin closing at seven o'clock in the evening. By Betty Ned, Chairman Beautification Committee Eight orgni-tions have adopted a street as part of the Chamber of Commerce beautification program. TO date, here are the organiza- tions who have adopted a street: Church of Christ, Lovers Lane Kirk, United Methodist Church Thomas, Boys Scouts Smmbo, First Christian Church East Knipe, Royal Ambassadors from the First Baptist Church West Knipe, Girls Scout Troop No. 66 Main Street, Perkins Lions Club Industrial By-Pass, Perkins Cham- ber of Commerce. These are most of the side streets that run east and west. If you think we have missed a street that needs monthly cleaning, please contact the Chamber of Commerce. Perkins Builders Supply is going to donate the post and boards to make signs that will tell who has adopted that certain street. We had a Oirl Scout Troop that was going to plant and take care of the entry flowerbeds, but I noticed they have not been planted, yet. My committee member that was taking care of that is "out of pocket" right nOW. If the troop isn't going to do it, I :will get someoncelse to do it. Demuth selected to compete in Maine-Anjou Bleat DeMuth of Perkins will be one of 135 juniors from 15 states competing in a variety of events at the American Maine- Anjou National Junior Heifer Show in Stillwater June 22-26. The competin 8 junior members will take part in a wide range of educational, competitive and fun events including speech coetest, quiz bowl, tour of Oklahoma State University, hamburger fry, groom- ing, showmanship and salesman- ship contest, watermelon feed, ju- nior meeting, dance judging con- test, steer and heifer shows and an awards banquet, All eveats will be held at the Payne County Fairgrounds. An open judging contest for 4- H and FFA individuals will be held Fridw morning, June 25, at a cost of $5 per person which includes lunch. ballots ready Voters in several Payne County who need ballots mailed to them State Representative, Special Primary Election should apply now, Gcne county election board recently. Although the county board can accept absentee ballots union Wednesday, June 16, urging voters who want to mail absentee ballot to "At least two mail must be made," "The County Election mail the ballots to the voter, voter must return the voted by mail." Ballots must in the hands County Election Board by 7 election day in order to be Application forms are at the County Election office located in the Courthouse in Sdllwater. letter from the voter may used for an application the voter designates the for which he, or she, receive ballots. In the itate voter, the must be made by mall. New absentee voting procedures have made ing more convenient for voters. For example, it is not sary to give a reason, voting absentee. Absemee legislation made possible another those voters who have either the deadline for ballots or for actually does not wish to go to tbeir J polling place on election d, a ballot. The law states that may come to the electio offices, Room 105, Payne Courthouse, Stillwater, hated days before the election and cast their ballot SOB. In this case, for the election, voters who are in District 33 may vote in absentee on Monday, June 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Office..A two-member Absentee Voting Board duty to assist in-person voters on the oae day only. In the primary special only Democrats and will cast ballots. will be looking forward special general election July For more information, County Election Board, 8350 or by writing P.O. Stilhater, 74076. Anderson s to Democrats Paul Anderson, district for the 9th Judicial Payne and Logan Counties, the featured speaker for tl County Rural the Yale American 16 at 7 p.m. Anderson, who is an on victim's rights, for the National Victim Assistance, and the Governor's Violent Drug Board. June 13 Church of Christ 10th Anniversary 9 a.m. June 15 Tent Revival Begins, 7:30 p.m. Tyron A Great Place To Shop CELWLA * OKI 870 BAG $1 June 17 Chamber Luncheon Lions Den NOKIA BA009 Noon * LX12 June 22 special Election District 33 8 ] 6 E,  OFFICE: State Representative Stillwater, OK FAX: 405-377" Published every Thursday by Reid Newspapers, Inc. dba The Perkins Journal, 133 Souch Main P.O. Box 695 Perkins, OK 74059. Telephone [405] 547-2411 \\; I Perkins Journal, David W. Reid...President & Publisher Karen Kastl...General Manager Bob Williams...Managing Editor The Perkins Journal USPS 42 8040 'Second dass postage paid at Perkins, OK 74059. POSTMASTER: Send change of address to P.O. Box695, Oklahoma 74059-0695 Subscription Rates: In Payne, Lincoln, Logan, - $15.00 per year. By Mall elsewhere in Oklahoma- $17.00 Outside of Oklahoma - $29.00 per year.