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Perkins, Oklahoma
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Shultz, superintendent of Indian Meridian Area Vocational-Technical Bernie deBond for the burning of the bond that provided the initial fund- SChool's construction in 1975. The celebration is slated for 2 p.m., August 18, at Indian Meridian, Sangre Road, Stillwater. The public is invited to share in the celebration. 0F DAM - Cecil Bearden, Inspector who be- am unsafe, has city lake dam here 95 really unsafe State. The city lake in 1938 under a and is said to be than most. About spent 12 years ago and dam. thought the dam condition and the was the of any unsafe con- - II [II III A Perfect "Back-To-School Gift If you are sending your son or daughter off to college this fail, why not make their stay more pleuant--Suhsorihs to The Perkins Journal--for the months they will be away. Put a bright spot in their week--the day The Jo. ai For Only: '65 IFor 9 months at a school in local 5-county area) $ O0 )42 (For 9 months elsewhere in Oklahoma) (For 9 months Out~f~State} Find enclosed for a 9 months subscription to be sent to: Mailing City Address: State Zlp____~_ GIRLS: below the supplies will need to pur- before you start August 22nd. forward to having torn your summer Box 665 MAll, TO: Perkins, OK 74059 Mr. Hrencher MAYOR RESIGNS BARNSDALL - C. Ed Brown has resigned because of lack of action by the city board to alleviate damages to the Lake Waxhoma dam which has been determined to be the state's most dangerous dam. Brown said the town board is liable if they do not make repairs. 15 BLOCKS TO BE OVERLAYED DAVENPORT Quapaw Company was the low bidder at $28.65 per ton for asphaltic overlay which will be used to overlay 15 blocks of city streets. The city board had budgeted $25,000 for the project. The Perkins Journal LINCOLN COUNTL4JqS TURN DOWN ROAD TAX CHANDLER - Lincoln Coun- tians turned down, 823 to 1189, a proposal for a one cent coun- ty sales tax which would have been used to upgrade county roads. A similar proposal in Pottawatomie county went down to an even larger percen- tage of defeat. -o- BARBER OBSERVES 40TH BIRTHDAY COLLINSVILLE Jim Owens, the town barber, was honored on his 40th birthday when employees of the hair styl- ing shop presented him with an invalid's walker, a prune bou- quet, and a basket of remedies for ailing digestion, including a I IIII Thursday, AuSuJt II~, ilM6 -- tPA(Ij~ l 1, poster stating, '2,ordy! The Oie Man is 401" "0" CRESCENT MANAGER 18 TALKING CURBS CRESCENT - Fred Lamb is Crescent's new city manaser and said he would like to see curbs and gutters installed for three reasons: L Help with drainage. 2. Provide a place for the pavement to stop inmtead oG deteriorating. 3. Improve the property values. Lamb is S nat- ive of New York, but an Okte by choice. He has been running a private menasement eomultant firm in Norma He has had seven years in city and state government work. LITTLE WING THE JIM HALSEY COMPANY TULSA STATE FAIR PRESENT 7:30 FRIDAY - SEPT 27 LIVE IN CONCERT!!! STATE FAIR GRANDSTAND ALL SEATS AND PROVIDE OU TSIDE GATE ADMISSION TO THE 1985... t J T ATE ORDER TODAY FOR BEST SEATS/ CALL CARSON ATTRACTIONS NOW: TICKETS BY PHONE VISA - MASTERCARD "CONVENIENCE CHARGE OF 75 PER TICKET WILL BE ASSESSED. ............. CLIP AND MAIL .............. FOR A RF__R_E_ COLOR BROCHURE SEND TO: AND COMPLETE NInE .ENTERTAINMENT LINE-UP, COMPLETE AND MALL! CITY TULSA STATE FAIR P.O. BOX 4735 TULSA, OK 74139 ADDRESS_ STATE ZIP ...... II (more will be needed) crayons bottle Elmer's "eraser eekly Readers will be 15e per day of 8) box) events price) #2 pencils erasers size) (10V= x 8) (4 oz.) : .... all items notebook paper or pencil metric (80 pages) ($2.10) notebooks for paper on one side) g (Crayola are Glue ($2.25) pockets to hold notebook {3-ring not ~it in our and metric)