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4-The Perkins Journal Thursday, August 6, 1977 Classified Ads CARD OF THANKS-S1.50 I0 cents a wl-lst Insertion [$1.00 Minlmom] 9 tents a word each successive Inrtlon [7S cents minimum] We 'cept telephone ads but must charge S0 cents bmlng charge for non4edger accomlts. Deadline.S p.m. Tuesday Phone 405-547.2411 ilul FOR SALE II FOR SALE -- Sears Elec. Lawnmower. Good work- ing cond. $50, 547-2243. 321tc I FOR SALE- 14x86 Lancer Mobile Home, like new. 102'/2 N.W. 2nd, Perkins, 547-2947. 30fie II  I I I FOR SALE -- 1970 LT Brougham. Loaded. 547- 2192. ltpd III II II I PIANO IN STORAGE-- Beautiful spinet-console sto- red locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can take at big savings on low payment balance. Write Joplin Piano, Inc., Joplin, Ms. 64801. pd FOR SALE- 1973 VW Super Beetle. Phone 547- 2872. 32ffc i ii HELP WANTIP HELP WANTED -- The Perkins Journal would like to employ a typist who is trained on, or is willing to learn to opera, te the Compu- graphic typesetting machine. This position would require eight-hour days on Monday and Tuesday and would make an excellent part-time situation. Man or woman applicant acceptable. Ideal applicant would have family raised, or does not intend to have a family and be in good health because newspaper routine requires duty to job each Monday and Tuesday to meet Wednesday afternoon deadline. Age is no object. Preferably applicant should be good at reading handwrit- ing and all kinds of copy, know area names and be able to make grammatical and spelling decisions. If you think you would like this part-time work and qualify or can learn to qualify, we would like to talk to you. Contact Bob or Yvonne WANTED-- Young man to learn the auto parts busi- ness. Must be 18 years of age or older. This job offers steady employment with an opportunity for advancement with an old established company. Send resume to Box 94176, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73109. 323tc WANTED WANTED TO BUY: Small home (1 or 2 bed.) in small town in area from owner. Call 405-547-2518 or 405-372- 4772. 30 ffc WANT TO DO--Sewing in home. $1.25 an hour. 54%2984. 321tpd WANTED-- 1 will babysit in my home Monday thru Friday. 404 N.E. 6th, 547-2791. 322tpd I GARAGE SALE ii , I I GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE 416 N.E. 7th Sat. Aug. 6th. chg. LOST llu LOST -- Near 177 & 33 intersection Tan Chihau- hau. Reward offered. 547- 2443, 377-7076, 547-2335. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for their prayers, flowers, gifts and cards during my recent hospital stay. Your expres- sions of love are deeply appreciated. Sincerely, Lida Knipe "O" i ,i JOB PRINTING WE CAN TAKE CARE OF Your Business Card, Magnetic Signs, Wedding Stationary- Needs. The Perkins Journal. I I FOR RENT i I FOR RENT -- Trailer Space, close in. 310 E. French. Contact Dwain Darrow, 547-2484. 30fie I FOR RENT- Nice two bedroom duplex. 1 block south of P-T School. 372- 5748. 31 tfc I ACREAGES L _ I II FOR SALE -- 5 to 20 acres with modern 3 bedr. brick home. Barn, sheds & chicken house on Hwy. 177 between Stiilwater azd Perkins. 405- 547-2247. 30 4tchg. ,, i i I I FOR SALE -- 5 to 40 acres on Hwy 177 between Stillwater and Perkins. 405- 547-2247, 304tchg. IIII I WANTED: School bus drivers for 1977-78 school term. Can- didates must have chauf- feur's license and pass physical examination. APPLY TO: Shelby S. Wyatt, Supt. of Perkins-Tryon Schools. II III I IIIII I I I 715 S. [ Main I ] IH H i i i i iH i PERKINS PAINT SUPPLY House Paints Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p,m. Automotive Finishes 307 N. Main, Perkins Redi-Mix Cement 547-2927 AUCTIONS AUCTION NOTICES REAL ESTATE AUCTION: Saturday, August 6, 10:30 a.m., 412 Southeast Second, Perkins, nearly new 3-bed- room brick home, total electric, central air & heat, FHA loan. Stanley Longan, Owner. Gray's Real Estate & Auction Service, Perkins, Auctioneer. REAL ESTATE AUCTION -- Sat. Aug. 13, 10:30 a.m. Two tracts of River Bottomland. Tract l: SE%-Sec. 12-17-2 located % mile South of Perkins on Hwy. 177. Tract 2: in SE'A-Sec. 9-17-2 located 1 miles south of Perkins then 3 miles west and V2 miles north. Owner- Evelyn Scott. Terms 10% down in Escrow, etc. Sale Conducted by Gray's Real Estate & Auction Service. Perkins, Okla. 54%2565. I SERVICES SMALL BUSINESS MEN-- Accounting student with experience in CPA office, will do monthly bookkeeping and reports at a reasonable rate. Free pick up and deliv- ery. For further information call 372-3390 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. After 5:30 call 547- 2343 or 54%5091. ? iiiiii i i A FEW GOOD TERRITOR IES AVAILABLE NOW-- Sell popular, prestigious Avon products in your area. o find our how, call: Phone 405-377-2200. 321tc i CUSTOM BALING* Large round bales. Call after 5 p.m. Elmer Brown, Jr. 547-2660. 2offc Ill Be a Journal Readerl Subscribe today - Court Clerk Report July 29, 1977 MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS: Richard James Reavis, 21, Stillwater and Margaret Jeanne Overton, 21, Tulsa Derrill E. Smith, 34 and Debra S. Taylor, 25, both of Stilwater Darrell Anthony Rowland, 20, Tulsa and Darla Kay Grunden Rogers, 16, Still- water Scott Eugene Kinney, 23, Ramona, Washington, and Sharon Sue Hensley, 23, Ada Willard David King, 32, Cushing and Rebecah Sue Gibson, 19, Drumright James Wayne Hoiser, 21, Ponca City and Kathryn Cordilia Bellman, 22, Still- water Thomas Randall Scroggins 19 and Susan Marie Hamil- ton, 18, both of Cushing Wayne Scott Sedersten, 21, Stillwater and Debra Lynne Wakefield, 18, Tulsa Richard Lee Ledbetter, 22 and Nancy Jean Butler, 20, both of Stillwater Steven Wayne Pritchard, 22, and Virginia Ann Davis, 20, both of StiUwater Carl Ray Cowger, Jr. Legal, Coyle and Mattie Fay Madison, Legal, Stillwater Randall Paul Denney, 18, Morrison and Guyla Elaine Wilson, 18, Stillwater Jay Lee Davis, 19, Perkins and Shirlee Gayle Arthur, 18, Stillwater Gary leslie LaFave, 23 and Shelly Joe Cawley, 20, both of Stillwater Chester Amos Spears, 56 and Molly Rue Dietz, 49, both of Pawnee David William Lehman, 20, Deer Creek and Patricia Jo Parker, 22, Grove Glen Eldon Gibhart, 27 and Cheryl Sue Trachten- burg, 22, both of Stillwater II I I CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC Box 591 372-2884 Stillwater ! I Real 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 PIon-T-4 Foliar Feed 1 mile west, 1//,, mile north o GRAVES Gary Mark Snider, 21 and Debra Jean Domnick, 21, both of Stillwater Craig Gordon Miller, 23 and Anne Marie Cloutier, 21, both of Stillwater CIVIL CASES FILED: Lester C. Cline vs. K. Mike Frazier-Money Judg- ment. Cubbage and Cubbage Reed H. Downey, dba vs. Clayburn Curtis Construc- tion Co.-Money Judgment. William R. Thompson Carol S. School vs. L. E. Evans-Money Judgment. Bird, McBride, Hochderffer Ray Carter and Ethel Carter vs. J. Stewart Arthurs-Money Judgment. O. A. Cargill Sandra Gober vs. Earnest Ray Kifle-Abstract of judg- ment from Arkansas. Fred C. Cornish Kirk D. Morris vs. Thomas J. Wapskiweta-Money Judg- ment. David R. Scott KWB Oil Property Man- agement vs. Walter M. Wood-Appt. of Receiver Oil and Gas Lease. Roger and Bell Stillwater Municipal Hasp. vs. Daniel L. McCoy-Money Judgment. Thomas, Hert, Anderson, Baker Stillwater Municipal Hasp. vs. William D. Spoonemore- Money Judgment. Thomas, Hart, Anderson, Baker Keith Rossander vs. Boyd A. Rawlings-Foreclosure. Thomas, Hart, Anderson, Baker. DIVORCES FILED: (Incompatibility unless oth- erwise noted) Deborah Ann Fuller Mo- ses vs. Steven Arthur Moses. Bullock & Hornbostel Florence E. Hanna vs. Elton E. Hanna. Cubbage & Cubbage Ruby JoAnn Lawson vs. Donald Keith Lawson-Sepa- rate Maintenance-lncompa- tibility. Daniel D. Draper Tamera Dee Brown vs. Rocky Wayne Brown-Gross Neglect of Duty. Fitzgerald, Houston, Worthington. Fred Leroy Knapl vs. Suzanne Elizabeth Knapf. Thomas, Hert, Anderson, Baker Colleen Carol Schrive vs. Gary Dale Schrive. Berry- Osborn Lana Gall Richardson vs. Dennis Lynn Richardson. Landis Shook Jess Potts, Jr. vs. Paul Potts - none- Charles E. Daniel Debra Sue Noble vs. Gary Allen Noble. Ray L. Welburn Rachel Janet Treat vs. Earnest Franklin Treat-Men- tal Cruelty. Berry & Osborn Betty Hudson vs. Charles Hudson. Charles E. Daniel Lois Jane Ward vs. Billy Joe Ward. Cubbage & Cubbage PROBATES FILED: P-77-130 Will of Anderson A. Martin. Cubbage & Cubbage P-77-131 Estate of Grace Wilson. Max E. Sater P-77-132 Wi;: of Charles V. Ludwick. Fitzgerald, Hou- ston, Worthington P-77-133 Conservatorship of Boise C. Briggs. Bob Murphy, Jr. P-77-134 Will of F. H. Whitson. Carroll G. Pope P-77-135 Jud. Determina- tion of Hubert A. Daniels. Glenn A. Laughlin P-77-136 Jud. Determina. tion Ann M. Martin. Cubbage & Cubbage P-77-137 Administration of Hazel G. Johnson. James M. Springer. "O" HAVE MANY VISITORS DURING JULY Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil K. Sharp during July were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sayes of Center Point, La., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore and son, of Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kelly and daughter from Hobart, Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and son, Yale, Radioman 1st Class Cecil K. Sharp, Jr. from St. Louis, Ms., Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sharp and family from Stillwater, Mrs. John Allen from Center Point, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sharp and daughter of Weather- ford. tate Auction Saturday, Aug. 13 : 10::30 A.M. Two Tracts of Riverbottom Land Tract No. 1 in SE%-Sec. 12-17-2 located Ne Evans at The Perkins Route2, BoxlOS HvA177&331ntersectin; % mile South of Perkins on Journal. Phone 547-2411 for Perkins, Okla. 74059 Phone (405) 372.22 I I appointment. Hwy. i 77 w.I I HARRISON ELECTRIC - think of 3 WITH FIXTURE AND COMPLETE |nsuranee... [! AND ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW I[iwhen.you think CARRIES ...... i:ot insu M hink of me , ,, N. MINUTE AN SMOKE dJgtRicrdO'Trenti Tract No. 2 DETECTION ,_ In SE%-Sec. 9-17-2 located SYSTEMS WITH EASY G roD m s I miles South from Perkins-- INSTALLATION / then 3 miles West and % FIND OUT MORE" :: RNITURE & CARPET mile North. Harrison Electric 208 w. lqth, STII_IWATER LIGHT HOUSE I k II 014 ,. Main. Stillwatcr ,,-, ALONG WITH FIXTURES 372-7171 i OHSIGHIIEIITS m mew teOmlO for STILLWATF. R AUOTIOH OOIIPAHI'S Next Sale, to be held .... TOESDAY , 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. 372-1885 THE QUAPAW CO. ,;24 L. 4th. Stillwater E. S. Owner- Evelyn Scoff Terms: 10% down in Escrow. Balance when Title is Accepted and Deed Delivered. Sale Conducted by-- Gray's Real Estate & Auction Service 419 North Main Perkins, Okla. 547-2565 E. I . 70 / ',  b  t,,/4i  r You Are Invited to see our wide se. leetion of wedding stationery and acces" sories. /,/,bn/ 7,.,.,/,n,,n | o,,,! 7,%,, j,,,, ;,/e The Perkins L_54; SllLI.FON I L MBF.R ('0. I.uml)c,' & all .thor huildinl matcrial DR. GARY L. MI;YEII Chiropraci,;r 372-6919 104 East McEIory Stillwater. Bowyer's Garage West on Cemetery 0 i Knipe St., Indus. Park Phone: 547-202(! r ....... ASPHALT _ SAND GRAV gems Construction I. East 8th at Tracks Sli[:ater WANT TO SELLI ! We have bu, Sasser Agency Real Estate 307 N. Main Perkins, Okla. ONE-DAY PICK-UP Wardrobe Cleaners 114 W. 8th Ave. Phone372-7022 _Pogue 's City Plumbi Co., Inc. 547-2117 122 S. L r. "rEO" pou Plumbin -:- ,4ir Cimarron Laundromd 128 N. Main P al Open 24 Hours A. R. Karnes 547- Hoke LUMBER CO., llqC' 218 W. 9th STILLWATEI1 =,, 372-2377 GAGE WESiERN 115 W. 7th 372-3338 Locally /vnd Oklo Pest A&B Termite CO. "FOR Phone 372-4934