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4-The Perkins Journal Th 1977 Classified Ads CARD OF THANKS-S1.50 10 cents a word--ist Insertion [$1.00 Minimum] 9 cents a word each successive insertion [75 cents minimum] We accept telephone ads but must charge 50 cents billing charge for non4edger accounts. Deadline-5 p.m. Tuesday Phone 405-547-2411 i For Sale OATS FOR SALE-- Will harvest about June 21. Contact Wayne Allen 405- 547-2517 or Bud Jarvis 918- 374-2477. 25 4tc I sAI:F -- Coin00 Fishing--Need Worms? Get them at 109 S.W. :d or Olson Hdwc. Frank Darby. 4 l",t,ltql FOUND -- 1 car key. Identi- fy at Whistle Stop. ltc Services II I I II CUSTOM BALING* Large round bales. Call after 5 p.m. Elmer Brown, Jr. 547-2660. 2offc My Neighbors I L_.. L_.++ "With the chair's pennis. sJon..." Be in the Know.. Read The Journall Termites ROACHES, RATS AND ALL OTHER PESTS Free Estimates and Inspections Since 1932 Home Owned & Operated Tree & Shrub Spraying A&M Termite Co. 372-2526 ii i i OONSIGNMENTS MIE BEING AGOEIffE0 for ,.STILLWATE R AUOTION OOMPAIlY'S Next Sale, to be held .... TUESDAY, AT 7:30 P.M (122 East 9th) We will be Selling Good Quality Furniture, Appli- ances, Garden Equipment, Antiques and Miscellan- eous Household items. 0ALL 377-3377 i ! i i SIlI,II()N I I ,IBLR ('O. lumber & all othcr Imildin/2 malerlal, (Ith and I()% R ,lll.l ,t/R IIKIA. I I Pogue "s City Plumbing Co., Inc. 547-2117 122 S. Main L. R. "RED" I:)GUE Plumbing .:. Heating Air Conditiom'ng II "ENERGY SAVING HOMES" WILt MEAN A REDUCTION IN YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING COSTS TOTAL ELECTRIC.TOTAL ENERGY l EQUAL HOUSING OPPOITUNITY All Super Insulation, Storm Windows, Extra Insulation in Wall's and Attic. Total Electric Heat Pump and Air Conditioning. Electric Kitchen and Etechic Water Heater. Brick. Some on Wooded Lots. 504 S E Fouffi* 504 Carol Court 502 Carol Court 505 Carol Court 503 Ca1 ol Court 506 Caol Court CALL: 372-5680 or 547-2401 OSD, Inc. ASK FOR: ! 24 S. Main St. Perkins, Okla. HARLAND WELLS We Don't Build Them Like They Used To "WE BUILD THEM BETTER" I ASPHALT SAND GRAVEL Kerns Construction Inc. East 8th at Tracks Stillwater II ONE-DAY sERVICE PICK-UP & DELIVERY Wardrobe Cleaners , 114 W. 8th Ave. ,l Stillwater Phone 372-7022 I LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journal, June 2, 9 and 16, 1977-3 times) GERALD GRIMES INSURANCE COMMISSIONER of the STATE OF OKLAHOMA Date: May 2, 1977 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This is to certify that Employers National Life Insurance Company P. O. Box 2759 Dallas, Texas 75221 has complied with the laws of Oklahoma as a condition pre- cedent to its doing business in this state, and I have is- sued to said company a Certificate of Authority from this office authorizing it to do business in this state for the year ending the last day of February 1978. Given under my hand and my seal of office at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the date first above written. (SEAL) -s-Gerald Grimes Insurance Commissioner -O- ES SEED CaMP SEEDS OF ALL KINDS Mungbean Contracts Cheat Removed from Wheat Custom Field Spraying for Weeds & Insects Bermuda Grass Sprigs Dug & Loaded Specializing in Oats, Rye & Wheat Custom Seed Cleaning & Treating Na-Churs Liquid Fertilizer Plen.T.4 Follar Feed GRAVES Route 2, Box 105 1 mile west. 11,/4 mile north o Perkins, Okla. 74059 Hwy. 177 & 33 I GOULD REALTY g18-226-00 Cushing HERE IT IS! Just What You Guys Have Been Looking For! A 160 acre farm with 40 acres of hay meadow, 35 acres Bermuda, great fencing, 2 ponds, barn, and hay barn, tool shed and carport. 6 room house with beautiful kitchen for you gals--ALL VERY NICE. Southwest of Cushing. Sammy Gourley g18-225-3011 I II Steen & Riden PAINT SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Interior-Exterior Painting Camplete D Wall Service PHONE 405-372-3050 or 405-377-0980 III I I WANT TO SELL?.t?.t We have buyers-- We need listings. Sasser Agency From Here and There 15 acres yields 1500 bales of alfalfa By Edna Eaton Wilson A garden was the setting chosen by Miss Donna Sturm for her wedding to Nick Dol- laValle of North Las Vegas, Nev. at 1 p.m., June 4 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gumm, aunt and uncle of the bride, 2711 Pioneer Trail, Quail Ridge Addition, Still. water. Rev. Lawrence Ryan, great-uncle of the bride offi- ciated. Wedding vows were witnessed by immediate family of the bride and bride- groom. More than 125 guests were present for the recep. tion which followed the wed- ding. The reception was also in the garden, with flower bordered walks, and shelter- ing trees. "The prettiest place for a wedding," guests commented. The bride who is the granddaughter of Mrs. N. C. Kerby, daughter of Mrs. Maxine Sturm, grew up in this locality, is a graduate of OSU, and has taught for several years in Kinder. garten and First grade. The couple left immediately after the reception for North Las Vegas, Nee., where the bridegroom operates a busi- ness. Out-of-town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Nick DollaValle, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul DellaValle, all of Palm Har- bor, Florida. Mrs. L. M. Cooper of Cheyenne, Wyo. visited her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cunningham and Mrs. Faro and Construction Machinery PUBLIC illllllll IINIIII II NIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ii NIIII AU TI0g Rnor.e Saturday, July 2 10.-30. KM. From Pawlmdm. Z0 milm Ntb on J to FJ din, | mi .Wea to F.Jtm town. F Se. 14  Sh on , to [l,it   to rdt. _ Lund g be ed I KI-LU. Owner Sale Conducted By M00in and [o-j Ca00er 307 N. Main 54%2927 Perkins, Okla. i 5S I H I I Grooms ! POST OFFICE BOX 842 !"  NITUE  CAR PT ! ST1LLWATER, OKLAHOMA 74074 \\; 208 W. 19th. STILLWATER FR2-0508 m'L I Keady re.ix Concrete Radio Dispatched" ' CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC BOx 591 372-2884 till alev I &, ALL R WHmt00oot APPLIANCES ST1LLWATER'S MOST COMPLETE HARDwARE-GIFT & SPORTING, GOODS ITEMS China, Crystal, Silverware 815 So. Main, Stillwater 372-0468 I I I II Road Aggregates Cemen! & Sand Reinl'orring R.d,, 372-1885 THE QUAPAW CO. 324 t;. 4th. Stillwater Edna Wilson and Richmond the past weekend. Rev. and Mrs. Guy Lazier of Diamond Valley church have returned from Talihina where Guy held a revival in a rural church last week. Richmond Wilson filled the Diamond Valley pulpit last Sunday in Guy's absence. Diamond Valley Country Music Makers will be on hand at the Diamond Valley Building Friday evening, June 17. Everyone is wel. come. Now Y'ail camel Re- freshments will be served as always. Mrs. Roy Leach who has been hospitalized with a bro. ken right leg, and a broken right wrist suffered in the sine fall is making a good re- covery at home. Pearl (Mrs. Leach) says, "I HAVE to get well reasonably fast. Roy really takes good care of me." Payne County wheat yield is above the 10-years past county average in this year of 1977, Bob Ahrberg, grain operator believes. "The average has been 30 to 31 bushels an acre in sever- al years past; the average yield for Payne County this year ranges 35 or more bus. hels an acre. Prices have fallen consid- erably over recent years, the going rate at the local elevators now is $1.80 per bushel for wheat. Alfalfa farmers are hop- ing for a good rain to start the third cutting off with a push. The second cutting of the best legume hay known yielded as good or better than did the first, aaud Driskel has one 15 acre field of alfalfa that yielded 1500 bales the second cutting, all of which was sold from the field. Pastures and gardens are needing rain here in the middle of June. Eighty per. cent or better of the wheat has been harvested, and the alfalfa has for the most part been baled, second cutting. Of local farm eommodites, alfalfa hay seems to be the most profitable from cost of production at the present. One "crop" of animals seems to be thriving; coyotes are or seem to be more numerous than ever, in spite of mange and many trappers of last winter. Rabbits are scarce, and there have been reports of coyotes having been observed catch- ing song birds for food just lately. * * * * A garden provided the set. ring for the wedding Monday evening June 13, of Monty Preston Hale, Stillwater and Janet Lee Ferguson of Perry. Vows were read by Brother Richmond Wilson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hale, east of Stillwater. The bride chose for her wedding a street length skirt of white broadcloth, with a shell of pastel blue. She wore a single strand of pearls around her neck, and carried a bouquet of white flowers. Teresa Brown, sister of the bridegroom was matron of honor and Gene Ferguson, Cimarron Valley Club News The Cimarron Valley Ex- tension Homemakers .,met June 7 in the home of Ella B. McCarty. President Geraldine Allen called the meeting to order. The devo- tional was read by Erma Brixey. She also read an article "Advice To Millions Who Race Through Life". Roll call was answered by members naming "A coun. try I would like to visit." There were many countries named but European Coun- tries received the most 'wishful visits'. Secretary Donna Frank read the min- utes of the last meeting and gave the treasurer's report. President Allen read a letter informing members of the Oklahoma Extension Homemakers meeting in Stillwater on July 18. Opal Olson gave a report on the Bloodmobile that will be in Perkins on July 11. The Cimarron Valley Ex- tension Homemakers will sponsor this very worthwhile project. It will be held in the Lions Den from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. on July 11. Anyone wishing more infor. mation or wishing to donate blood please contact Opal Olson at 547-2289. Two club members, Donna Frank and Charlene Meisinger are attending CPR sessions in Stillwater. Members were infOrmed that another session would be scheduled later this summer for all who were interested in this vitally important first aid procedure. The Social Committee have planned a family pic- nic for aub members to be: held Friday, ,Jul[le 10 at flie home of Opal Olsonl Mae Vassar presented the lesson on International Neighbors with emphasis on England. This was a very timely lesson since most of us saw the celebration on television of Queen Eliza- beth's Silver Jubilee. Members present were Sylvia Moser, Emma Hardin, Agnes Cowley, Charlene Meisinger, Mary Dodson, Rosa Lynn Baker, Bonnie Mae, Elsie Grant, Dora Mercer, Erma Brixey, Opal Olson, Betty Brans- tetter, Mac Vassar, Geral- dine Allen, Donna Frank, Pat Vassar, Pat Hise and Ella McCarty. Guests were Stacy Grant and Jean Marie Manke. -O- I 1 H Nohs/de Cleaner 372-0644 716 N. Main Stillwater, Okla. Drive-Up Window DRAPES BEA UTIFULL Y CLEANED AND _ FAN-FOLDED Ill I I brother of the bride waSi man. The bride is the of Mr. and Mrs. S. Perry. The bridegroom J son of Mr. and Mrs. Hale. A reception foliowd ceremony. The table was laid with s cloth and a floral piece. At one end a three-tiered topped with the bride and groom ment. Punch was from a punch bowl the cake. Scott Hale, brother bridegroom and Miss Doll presided at the ment table. Mr. and Mrs. Montyl will live in Stillwater, Monty is employed. Terry Doll, son of Mr. I Mrs. Orville Doll broken "oone in his right leg last week, above the ankle, but is l ting about with a cast injured limb. -O- lowas Have a Summer Program The Iowa office now programs for the They are the CETA Youth Worth Learn gram. We have a nine kids working CETA and Youth Learn Program this They are: Katie Carol Kaulaity and Lincoln. These three are office helpers. The' six are: Frankie Jerald O'Deill, Ken Cellian, Mitchell Perri Ahhaity and Jeff hylle. These six boys all on the Iowa Tribal The all Indian Rodeo has Bingos every night at 8 p.m. at the Veteran Hall. welcome to come. We have a vadeff Indian statues that sale. ff you would like to any of these statues fed to come out anytime the day from 8 a.m. Notice: General Meeting June 25, 1 p.m. at the Iowa Hall on West Freeman in Perkins, Okla. Be sil come. --By Carol Katie Lincol -O- --OPEN-- PJ.'s Flowers, Crafts and Gi Flowers Wired FTD-AFS j Catering Wedding  Special Weddings Engraved lnvitatioS *Funeral Design *Cards-- Gifts *Arts & Crafts Suppli# *White Ware WATCH FOR GRAI OPENING  147 S. Main 547-27 New Owner of Frieda ' PERKINS PAINT SUPPLY aN,use Paints Hours: 8 a.m. sAutomotive Finishes 307 N. Main, Perki# eRedi-Mix Cement Patronize the Advertisers in The Journal-- They will Appreciate it! GAGE WESTERN STORE BOOTS.II TS..IEA.%S .XI)I)I.F: GEAR 115 A. 7th Slill aler I'R.t3g " " Hill I HARRISON ELECTRIC ALONG WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW CARRIES ...... MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETEC00ON SYSTEMS WITH EASY INSTALLATION FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric LIGHT HOUSE 014 S. Main. Stil