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Perkins, Oklahoma
June 14, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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June 14, 1973

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Cheerleading Clinic in Tahlequah are: Left to Darby, Katy Delano and Barbara Dean. Back to right, Terri Lore, Darlita Huffman, Lu Ann Guinn, Edmondson. The Perkins spirit-makers will be back ti~The. clinic is conducted by Mary Evelyn Thurman and sanc- Cbe.~. by the National Baton Twirling Association, International ~rleaders Association and the National Junior Cheerleaders ciation, f cheerleading, baton twirling, majorette work, All l~hases o ~I majoring, color guard work plus a concentrated pore- " COUrse will be covered by a highly trained teaching staff. il il i i i i T'~ ~ Mr, Kniffln at I p.m. will speak -all Wins a ut ch ges in the cial security benefits. pr~e Social Security re- ,,. ~entativo 'r m Oklahoma ~Ity - ~ , o th~ ~ Claude Kniffin will be at ~" ~nlor Citizens Center June - ~or a covered dish dinner. I~?ha~ll~ Perkins Major league T- Everyone is welcome to at- tend. The center is located south lh~,~a~n, sponsored by Mc- of the new swimming pool in hlr~~ a~d Son Hardware, cap- Stillwater. ~Pt~ their second victory qtll~Y night against Slovalds 7~17 ~- ..... ....... IIRI~ ~eam of Stillwater. The 'f,~=~ 5i~ ,~aguers came from be- W ~y ~f~, Win 18-17. Last Fri- 0Vet ~ht, the team won 20-11 ~h~l~Pree's Sporting Goods. I]alI ~, ~erkins Minor League T- their first game POSTED ~=~_ u~-t their second to Still- """ ard of ealtors 2o-1 . WITH S$ Benefits WANT ADS 160 A. SW of Cushing. Good fencing- Water-excellent gross-hay barn 160 A. of minerals.all royalty sells With land. One mile South of Hwy.33 Qnd one-half mile West Hwy 18. MAKE AN OFFER SW/4 of Section 9-17N-4E PayneCounty 505 Atkinson Drive Midwest City, Oklahoma Call 405/ 732-5562 The Perkins ~Tournal, Thursday, June 14, l y 1973 - In its last distribution this local levy during May and fiscal year, the Oklahoma Tax June, another will start the Commission this month al- tax July ], and three more located $5,621,070 in city sales are holding electionsthis tax receipts to 292 cities and month. to wl] S. This month PePkins received $1,379.76compared with $1,237.19 this same month last year. Carney received $275.05 compared with $213.- 19, and Tryon received$408.- 30 compared to $574.25 last ~'ear. The June Payments repre- sent April business collections remitted to the Commission during May, said S. W. Hampton, director of the sales tax divi- sion. He said 13 additional com- "nunities inauguratedtheir first Collecting their first 1 per cent city tax during May were merchants in Chouteau, Forgan, Geary, Helena and Norge. These towns will realize their first revenue about July 10, tax officials said. Communities starting a 1 per cent local levy Jtme 1 were Bernice, Canute, Carmen, Covle, Hall Park, KJnta, Me- Curtain and Renfrow. Salina residents will begin paying a 1 per cent local tax on July 1. Clinton became the 29th city to assess a 2 per cent local tax when an additional penny levy went into effect there June 1. Woodward will hold an elec- tion June ]2 on the question of doubling the present rate to 2 per cent and residents of Ok- mulgee will vote Sept. 1] on the same proposal for that city. Mangum, presently the third largest community without a lo- cal sales tax, will go all out for the maximum 2 per cent levy when an election is held there on June 26. Voting June 12 for the first time on a 1 per cent proposal will be residents of Ketcham willie Ryan voters will go to the polls June 19 for the second attempt to enact a 1 per cent levy for that community. II I I I IIII II our new we usin, P Zl our Monday, June MEMBER F.D.I.C. il i [ i I PERKINS, OKLAHOMA II I I I LADIES NEW INFANTS NEW STOCK FOR SUMMER ALL SIZES SEWING NEW ;HIPMENT MEN'S WESTERN INFANTS DRESSANDIWORK 8, TODDLERS FOR WORK OR PLAY & WHITE LEATHER !WE HAVE PLAS TERRY CLOTH TABLE rCLOTH$&P[,ACE MA LITTLE T( REDmBLUE UP TOSIZE 7 II i }