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IO-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, June 14, 2001 & REPORTSI Daily Log donday. June4 Chief Curtis Burns '8 a.m.- Checking residential ar- .~as for tall grass and weeds and naking list. ,10:40 a.m.- Mailing letters con- ;erning tall grass/weeds to 411 qE 1%212 NE I~L 204 NE 4th, 315 /V. Hert, 418 NW 1'~ and 320 NW 2 05 p.m.- To DA's office with ~vidence for Ada. ,2:35 p.m.- Office meeting with subject concerning Rodeo Asso- 3iation using loud speaker after midnight. ,3:25 p.m.-Assisted with removal )f handcuffs that son had placed )n him. ,7:27 p.m.- City Council Meeting Officer Steve Hensley 6:37 :p.m.- Written warning is- sued to Clinton John of Stillwater for speeding. 6:47 p.m.- Written warning to Robert Martin of Perkins for speeding. 9:44 p.m.- Be on the lookout for a 1999 Black Tahoe that was taken from Keystone Chevy in Sand Springs. Driver is a black male. ol 9:27 p.m.- Gave written warn- ing to Linda Shaw of Stillwater for speeding. a ,dazAunl Chief Curtis Burns 2:40 p.m.-Assisted funeral es- cort. Lt. Justin Reedy 3:30 p.m.- Checking accident involving car/mailbox. Handled by office. 5:35 p.m.- Main & Thomas ve- hicle fire. 6:04 p.m.- Investigated report concerning reckless driver north- bound from Cimarron River Bridge. Vehicle described as white Pontiac Grand Am occupied by 3 white females. 2:02 a.m.-Cited a Stillwater juvinile for speeding. Wednesday. June 6 Chief Curtis Burns 9:50 a.m.- Received report on destruction of private property. 1:30 p.m.- Written warning to Stanley Melton for improper U- turn at SH33 and Payne. Also is- sued written warning to Larry Lee of Perkins for failure to yeild. This all resulted from near accident at SH33 and N Main. 5:29 p.m.- Written warning to John Sanders from Morrison for improper passing. Lt. Justin Reedy 8:28 p.m.- First and East Stumbo. Written warning to Charles Wall from Perkins for speeding. Officer Steve Hensley o1:44 a.m.- Cited Chardale Hufferd of Stillwater for speeding:. 61/45. aumaay..aulztz Chief Curtis Burns -9:15 a.m.- Responded to request for officer assistance on major reliever accident 5 1/2 miles west on SH33. Three injured. Assisted on traffic control until pickup towed away. o10:45 a.m.- At high school giv- ing talk to morning drivers ed. class. Mission - from page 7 other areas this summer. Four ing many friends. They played members of the congregations catch, spent time hearing sto- will be traveling this week to ries read in Spanish, blew lots Hope, Alaska to do construction of bubbles and coh)red many work on a church there. color pages. Tile Mexican chil- Nineteen people will be trav- dren also enjoyed the candy, cling to Corazal, Belize in July :stuffed animals and small toys to provide Vacation Bible and books the children on the School. This is the third year to team gave to them. work in Belize. Belize, formerly By Wednesday afternoon, British Honduras, is located be- work was completed. The out- tween Mexico's southern border side trim was painted a color se- and Guatemala. Last year, over lected by the family, windows 300 children attended the Vaca- installed and the housecleaned tion Bible Schools hosted by lout ready for it's new occu- Eden Chapel and Lost Creek. the fid& i5i a'i'inTai,' also g'ix/iiag die]r time closer visit to the faro licSlThe houses to home as they p;articipate in were dedicated and blessed and Youth Force in July. Over 200 To help fund these mission trips, the Lost Creek Caf6' was opened last fall. Each Wednes- day evening, a meal is served to anywhere from 75-100 people. Payment is on a donation basis, and goes to fund supplies and scholarships for missions. Pro- ceeds from two of these evening meals were given to Perkins First Baptist Church to help fund their mission trip to Estonia, in Eastern Europe. The mission trips to Mexico, Alaska, Belize and Youth Force are sponsored by the United Methodist Church through Vol- unteers in Mission. The goal of Volunteers in Mission is to go into all the world, making a Christian difference. Lost Creek and Eden Chapel are located between Perkins and Stillwater. Max Rudd has been the minis- ter at both churches for the past twenty five years. For more in- formation on either church, call 377-0927, the church office. Entries due for 4-H food show each family received gifts from the team for their new house- hold. The group then traveled to a lunch hosted by DIF. Three teams working in the area were honored with a dinner of tama- les and other traditional Mexi- can food and drink prepared by the women of Rio Bravo. Each team member recei'md a certifi- cate of appreciation from the Mexican government. Other teams came from Pryor and Oklahoma City. Thursday after- rioon was spent shopping Progresso, Mexico, and the group returned home on Friday. Richard Rains, leader of this r ission trip, said "I think this was one of the best trips yet." Richard has regularly led trips to Mexico over the past several gears. Another trip to Mexico planned possibly over Spring reak of 2002 or again next Eden Chapel and Lost Creek will also be in missions in many young people from across Okla-The 4-H Food Show & homa and neighboring states will gather in Oklahoma City to Tablesetting Contest will be work on home repairs in the in- held on Saturday, June 16, at 10 ner city. a.m. at the Perkins Ag Farm (on Approximately 30% of the Highway 33 east of the new Lost Creek and Eden Chapel gym). congregation will directly par- Guidelines for both contests ticipate in a mission trip this are the same as last year. Guide- summer. Many others in the lines are available from the Ex- congregations participate by tension office now. being prayer partners for those Pre-entries for the food show on the trips and by providing are due on Monday, June l 1 at funds and supplies for the trips. 5 p.m. at the Extension office. Lawn & Garden .Lawn Mowers .Plumbing .Electrical Paint .Automotive Parts OPEN SATURDAYS 8 A.M. TO 1 P.M. Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 111 South Main .547-2477 .Perkins Perkins Family Clinic Serving the ENTIRE Community Adult Medicine s Pediatrics Gynecology Occupational Medicine DOT Driver Exams "I'm delighted to return to the Payne County area, and especially to have the opportunity to return to my family in the Stillwater area." James Williams, MD Clinic Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Thursday 117 S. Main * Perkins * 405/547-2473 Caring for your health, the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma. 12:10 p.m.- At high school giv- ing talk to afternoon drivers ed. class. Lt. Justin Reedy o7:19 p.m.- Responded to area of Third & East Kenworthy for reck- less driver. Vehicle described as a bright yellow new GMC pickup. Officer Tom Hankins 4:35 a.m.-At Family Dollar Store. Check out pickup pulling a travel trailer. Sent the person to Ampride so he could sleep. Chief Curtis Bums o12:30 p.m.- Responded to re- quest for officer assist for funeral escort from SH33 and fairgrounds road to US 177 and County Line road. Lt. Justin Reedy 4:47 p.m.-Third and West Knipe. Cited Nathan Ray from Stillwater for speeding. 52/35 5:50 p.m.-Third and Freeman. Cited Mollie Rupert from Stillwater for speeding. o10:06 p.m.- Hot Spot Car Wash, cited Larry Savage from Perkins for drinking in public and cited Linda Northcutt from Perkins for drinking in public. Officer Tom Hankins o1:30 a.m.- Traffic at Hwy 33 & 177, white panel truck. The sub- jects taillights were out. Saturday. June 9 LL Justin Reedy o12:18 p.m.- Responded to call about threats. Contacted Sheniqua Martin and advised to stop making threats. 3:40 p.m.- Kirk & Loverslane. Written warning to Trisha Blair from Perkins for speeding. 5:24 p.m.- Second & Freeman. Cited Cleo Myers from Cushing for improper passing. Officer Tom Hankins o10:31 p.m.-At Lost Creek Bridge 1/4 mile east of Perkins city limit on SH33. Asked by Payne Co. to check reports of possible accident off the bridge. With county assis- tance found no accident. Only a pickup truck in the ditch close to the creek where 6 were.planning to carnpl ties told them the~ Sunday, June 1~ Officer Steve Hen,lay o3:17 p.m.- Vehicle Main, one around the road. Officer Tom Hankins 1:02 a.m. - Traffic at ! Chantry. Pawnee taillights out. Case Log #2001-108, 6-6-01, Harbor Homes, tion of private property, rl ricer-Burns & Hankins #2001-109 & victim-Hot Spot Car fense-destruction of erty, report, 6-5-01, Thomas & Main, of equipment out responders, truck fire hood), returned at 5:45. ional Hos Specialty Clinic A Service ofHillcrest HealthCare System Is Happy To Welcome Torn Smith, M.D. Board Certified Pulmonologist To Our Medical Staff Tom Smith, M.D. will begin an outreach clinic in Cushing through the Cushing Regional Hospital Specialty Clinic every other week beginning Thursday, June 14. He has special interest in pulmonary exercise testing and objective measurements of respirator weaning. Dr. Smith earned his Medical Degree at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas. He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Tulsa and continued his specialty training Pulmonology Fellowship within the same program. He is in private practice Pulmonary Medicine Associates, Inc. in Tulsa and resides in rural Sapulpa his family. For More Information or to Schedule an Appointment, Contact Your Physician or Cushing Regional Hospital Specialty Clinic 1023 E. Cherry Cushing 918/225-2741 Home Auction Location: From turn West 114 Mile, turn III Open House |Sunday, June 10, 2001 2.,4 I,M. & Acreage, Bus, Car, Tractor, Furniture & Tools Saturday, June 16, 2001 ' 10:00 AeM. Perkins, Ok. go South to Vinco Road, South 1/4 Mile. (WATCH FOR SIGNS) South Perkins Area Tract # 1- 3 bedrooms, 1 Bath, sitting on 24 lots, approximately 997 Sq. Ft. of livin! Vinyl Siding, New Roof, carpet, Attic Fan, Drop Ceiling, Paneling, Storm Windows, New Storm Preview Cellar, Shop Building w/Alarm System, Garage, Outbuildings, Water Well, ONG & OG&E, Lots of Shade Trees, Pecan Trees & Fruit Trees. "Quiet Neighborhood" Real Estate Sells at 11:00 A.M. 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