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INS AUGUST 22, 1996 i: One nners. bands, !, and Roundup has 7-12th, dec•- will also be their entries OpPortunity to parade COmmit- P-T Band Di- el•r, Dan Journal Alumni school plans parade. and their Include Joe Linda t; and ations will also be this year's In SPonsoring a Fair that s Fire a.tn. to 3 p.m. now being re- do that by at 547- Chuck Milward was presented a special plaque from Jim tion held at Prairie's Edge. Hyder and Milward have known were neighbors when both lived in Glencoe. at 918/ from the the many PIE group est Club will have P.m., Satur- informa. es Beane or LORD it ,on is Gary's wife of I Pray today, Lord, With all my llOrhe, cripple me, hot, sort, P much at times. Lord, tn rhymes. lord, Sandy. long, *n' lord, right. make today, tOnight. Payne County absentee voters have last chance for primary Registered voters in Payne County who want to vote by ab- sentee ballot in next Tuesday's primary election have missed the deadline to apply for a ballot to be mailed to them, County Election Board Gene Ragsdale said Tuesday. "They aren't completely out of luck, however," Ragsdale said. Voters who want to vote absentee still can receive and cast a ballot by going to the County Election Board office located at 709 S. Walnut in StilIwater, Registered voters will have three days to cast ballots, The dates are Thursday, Friday or Monday preceding the election at the precincts on August 27, A two-member bipartisan Absentee Voting Board will be on duty from 9 a.m, until 5 p.m. to assist in-person absentee voters at the Election Board office. "In-person absent••voters will complete an application form when they arrive at the office. They are required to swear or affirm that ballot and • Board will verify then will issue the cor- privacy of a ) the absentee voting device. , much like voting in a precinct polling place , voter four days to cast a ballot in per- Hyder last Friday during a recep- each other for many years and needed, to pinpoint the tered. ballots accord*rag 747-8850, The polling place for Perkins at precinct number 301 is at the Perkins Lions Club building, CAR COMPANY Auto & Air Conditioning Service US Hwy 177, 1.5 Miles North of 33/177 *Perkins 23 Years of Experience -Dependable & I hmcst ASE Certified * EPA Certified 547-2556 Open Monday thru Frid.ay 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Those experiencing grief are invited to participate in a five- part Bereavement Seminar. The free series, held on the last Thursday of each month, continues through December at the Cancer Treatment Center of Edmond. Beginning with... Understa zding Griff August 29, 7:30 p.m. County Fair Board and Ottaway Amusement Co. Present Bell reception-continued from page one Bell service technicians Gilbert Myers and Chuck Milward. Perkins Journal readers may remember when a photo was published several years ago with two men dressed in uniforms with the caption saying "Perkins declares war on Southwestern Bell." One of those "soldiers" was David Sasser who has been an outspoken critic of the local telephone system, Sasser was on hand at the Fri- day reception and good- naturedly gave Brown his plaque of appreciation. Supt. of Perkins-Tryon schools aim Hy- der presented Milward his plaque. Perkins Chamber of Commerce President Wes Bean• was to give Myers a plaque, but the Southwestern Bell techni- cian was in Glencoe helping with the digital switch-changeover there. Brown also had praise for re- tired Southwestern Bell em- ployee Bennett Andrews for his advice and help in the Perkins switch change. 0000000000000 )THE LANGUAGE OF Featuring Roxane Jensen, a licensed chaplain and support leader with Preferred Hospice, offering a message of comfort, hope and strength to those in grief• To begin your healing journey, call, 405 340-8000 or 800 735-3640. NCEZ "/ ATMENT NTE . . o .... CV: ,N'me North Br3ta,zt Edmomt, Oklahoma 7.3C34 4,W 34o-80oo OeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeO O O O 0 O • Wherever Mike Mor- gan takes his campaign in : District 21, he's met with ' excitement and enthusiam about his race for the State : Senate. i It's no wonder. Mike ~: i!:)'! :i:: • has been an active coinmu- Q • nity leader in our district for .- • • 16 years. He has a reputa- ~i'~ i • • tion as a fair, considerate • • but tough munici al "ud e l eanned item per person (p, meat, soup : " ! • w~ e,e. M,ke m : It, b el with you to the fair and you will be ~ Morgan our State Senator, • la ride all the rvd from 6:00 to I0:00 p.m. :. WevoiceWillwebeneedaSsuredat thethatstatePerkinScapitol.Will have the tbrceful, effective ~• for only $10 per person. A Voice for Creating More New Jobs, ** A Voice for Continuin Investments in Education. • A Voice for Keepinl Criminals Behind Bars. ! Paid for by Mike Morgan for Senate, Beth Buchanan. Treasurer. Post Offme Box 676, Stillwater, OK 74076 000000••••••••••••••0•••••••0••••••• These canned items will be donated to the Salvation Army located here in Stillwater, to help those less fortunate, This action is sponsored by Ottaway Amusement Co. and Payne County Fair Board to show our interest in the Payne County Community. @