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FOR SALE 160 Acres $425/acre. Horse or Cattle Ranch. Improved Grass. Financing and smaller aereqes available. 10 miles SE Perkins. 918-374-2490 after 6 CC Ceramics NOW BABYSITTING full and part-time 24 hours. Special arrangements for school children and 48 hour weekends. 547-2933. 115 NE 5th. Carl Long. Formerly of Whis- tle Stop #1. 46-2t # a goab -Its Mira De ~/~////l/A/l///~H~l///#l/l/l/M///f#~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~//~/~/~/~/~/~l/l/l/l///////HI#~//~l/~j DEADLINE 12 NOON TUESDAY " Non-Commercial Ads Are FREE! Commercial Ad - 20c word [$2 men;mum charge] ,00 billing charge for ~cin-ledger accounts ~REE! ! FREE!! FREE! ! Non- Commercial Want Ads in The Journal FOR SALE -- Bundy 2 Alton Sax. All new pads, new box of reeds. $300. 918-374-2463. 46 FOR SALE "Twin mat- tress, steel flame. Used one year. $125. Maple bunk beds, no mat- tresses, $75. 547-2602.46 FOR SALE--Full-blood- .................................. ed dachshound puppy. FOR SALE M ale. Red. $40. MARRIAGE GOING DOWN THE DRAIN? Try a Waterbed! WATERBED ROOM. 1911 N. Boomer, Stillwater. Phone 405-372- 0900~ tfc FOR SALE -- Slim-Fast, 1 Lb. Can Chocolate or Vanilla, $6.49 each. Perkins Drug. 547-2079.28 FOR SALE 547-2644. 46 FOR RENT 1 & 2 BEDROOM-- furnished trailers. $325 to $395/mo. All bills paid. $75. dep. No small children or pets. 547-5140. 47-4t FOR RENT--2 bedroom house, close to town & school, available Sept. 1. Deposit required. 4:SA|~E--19~-l-50o.4 547-5125 after 5 p.m. 47 Honda motorcycle Has FOR RENT -- 14x80 many new parts. Asking Trailer home in Perkins. $550.00 or will trade for $350 per month plus $100 equal value. Also deposit. Call 547-2726 or REAL ESTATE MAKE OFFER -- 215 E. Heft, Perkins. 1 Bedroom House on large lot. 918-352-3797. 46 tfc Beautiful Home in Coun- try 15 men. from Still- water & Cushing. Shown by Appt. Call 405-547- 2117 or 918-22~4494. DANCE LESSONS Square Dance Lessons for beginners starting Tuesday, Sept. 4, 7:30 p.m. OSU Student Union, sponsored by Stillwater Wagon Wheel Square Dance Club. 372-6778 or 624-9065. 45 4t* SERVICES Debbie & Sherry's Babysitting Service Two dependable mothers with eleven years experience wish to give your child the kind of responsible child care he/she needs. We provide love, guidance, and a happy atmosphere all at very reasonable rates. We also provide a fenced yard to play in, hot lunches, and transportation to and from school; {Kinder- garten included). All ages accepted, Monday-Friday. Special arrangements available. Call 547-5394 or 547-2979. Keep try- ing. Have references. GARAGE SALE-- 10 speed bikes, ceramic stepping stones, 3 12 ft. pool (needs liner}, GE col- or TV & stand {needs repair), Hobbyist spray gun, compressor, toys, misc. Friday 8-5, Sat. 9-12, 119 Payne (Perkins Cntry. Est.] 547-5321.47 NEED A PLUMBER? Call Pogue's City Plumbing Co. 547-2117 or 918-225- 4494. L. R. 'Red' Pogue' doing Contracting or Plbg. Repairs. tfc headache rack' for stan- 258-0221. 45 4t*PLUMBING PROBLEMS? dard size pick-up. Call .................... Call J. D. Anderson's 547-2894 or 547-2738.47 FOR RENT--2 bedroom Plumbing and Water Well ...... house with attached car- Service, 918-374-2436. tfe FOR SALE--Trombone port. 1 block from - NOTICE -- and cornet, used; business section. 547;5294:=even!ng_s~ __47 References. Phone I, Ronald D. Long, will FOR SALE--Drum set, 547-2778. 47 not be responsible for or ........................ assume any debts incur- 4 drums, 2 cymbols, plus HELP WANTED red by Debora Sue Long high hat & stool. $350.00. ................................ Premier snare drum & EXPERIENCED as of 8/I/84. 46-4t YARD SALE--Some baby clothes lots of adult clothes, lots & lots of toys. Saturday only, 9-2. Rt. 1, Vinco Rd. I~A me. W. of Vinco. Rain Cancels. 47 case $100. Good condi- tion: 372~5626. 47 FOR SALE--dishes, glasses, throw rugs, lamps, drapes, portable sewing machine & other items. 204 E. Hert. 47 CARPENTER for tern- Tom, Dorothy and Toma porary job. Call 547-5440 Lynn. It will happen f0rappointment. __4_7again in April 85! HELP WANTED-- SERVICES WANTED Person to work on subscription and adver- WOULD LIKE babysit- tising sales for home- ter to watch 8 me. old FoR-~SAI~E-~-H-oiton town newspaper. Apple- Trumpet, i year old, ex- ceUent condition, with Case. $200. Call 547-2988 CAR FOR Sale--1981 Mercury Capri, extra nice with sun roof and AM-FM radio, going to cant must like to meet people, enjoy creative work and be long on pa- tience. We will train. This could be fulltime or parttime work. Must be a permanent area resident. Phone 547-2411 for inter- view appointment. 46 college, need to sell.- ............................ 918-374-2624. 47 PERKINS-TRYON ................................. Schools accepting ap- 14' STOCK Trailer. plications for bus drivers Open top, new pair.t,and oack-up drivers. Pick boy in my home, non- smoker. Hours 7 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Call after 6 p.m., 547-5074. 47 WANTED: LADY to Care for elderly woman in Perkins. Prepare meals plus housework. 405-547-5007. 47 BABYSITTER NEEDED--reliable per- son needed after school tel 2 a.m. {hours will vary). Call for more infer- lights, good tires & spare . up applications at mation 547-53aq. 47 in good shape. $800. Also Superintendent's office, SERVICES OFFERED tO/ implement trailer2nd&Thomas. Equalop- CHRISTIAN MOTHER $725. Call Agra. portunity employer. 918-375-2601. 47 ............................ will care for your 1NEW EXXoN &Sun Oil .... LOS-T--AN-D--F-OUN--Dchildren 3-up. 547-2027.47 Co. Barrels. Also other FOUND--Black frame type barrels. Cheaper by glasses, pick up at Jour- truck load. Will deliver, nal office. 47 ......................................... Call Agra 918-375-2601 FREE 47-1t FREE -- Kittens, honey FOR SALE--Veto colored. 304 NE 7th, GARAGE SALE--120 Lewis, Friday & Satur- day, 8-6, 1970 LTD Ford, lots of clothing & ._ miscellaneous. 47 GARAGE SALE-- Friday & Saturday 9-4, 102 Cross St. 110 air con- ditioner, 10 speed bike, child's bike, dishwasher, baby swing, lots of children's clothes. 47 LeBlanc Alto Sax. Very good playing cond. $300. 7-275S. ..................... FOR SALE--Back to school bargain. 1 Artley clarinet, 1 King trumpet. Purchased new about 2~A-3 yrs. ago. Brent or B_ry~n 5477513_-4_:_. 46 FOR SALE--1981 Yamaha 650 Special 2, windshield, new tires, chain & sprocket. $1200. Upright solid mahogany piano, $600 or best offer. Both items in excellent 547-2_9_87. ................. 4_6 FREE KITTENS--Very docile, great pet for child. 547-5130. 46 DAVISON FRUITSTAND 1101 W. Noble {Hwy 33 West} Guthrie Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Sun. 1-5 condition. 624-8548. 46 FOR SALE--Matador, 4 dr. blue. One owner, very good car. 547-5130. See at 123 N.E. 6th. 46 Peaches 39" a lb. Home grown cantaloupes 3/1.00 Home grown watermelons 2/1.00 Home grown tomatoes 69y a lb. Home grown okra, squash & cucumbers PONTIAC BUICK GMC FOI ES'r ROBINETr ~~l~1~'1~ Pontiac-Bulck-GMC, InC. 405-372-1230 4700 west 6th - Stillwater, Oklahoma [ iiiiiii iii i I CHRISTIAN WOMAN will clean your house thoroughly. 547-2027. 47 EXPERIENCED Seam- stress will do sewing and alterations in my home evenings and weekends. 547-2057. 46-4t i ROACHES? MICE? Lawn & Tree Spraying A & B ECO-SAFE PEST CONTROL CO, 372.4934 or 547.2660 KERNS Construction Co. Asphalt---Sand--Gravel Stillwater, OK 1805 S. Perkins Rd. H&K BOC.T CENTER 119 N. Harrison Cushin 910.225-2278 W=~IERN WEAR Boots, Belts, Buckles i I I NORTHSIDE CLEANERS 372-0644 4th & Main Stillwater, Oklahoma Drive-Up Window Drapes Beautifully Cleaned and Fen Folded 100 E. Hart--price reduced S6000 and ex- tensive remodeling lust completed. 3 bedroom brick home, close to downtown. New carpel 8, tile, ~torm windows, new paint inside For Good Cable TV CALL: 547-2122 Pick Up Cable TV Schedule at Perkins TV & Appliance Each Week Pest Control Termite--Roaches Ants--Rats Trees & Shrubs Bruce Pogue, Owner 405-547.5158 Box $413 Perkins. OK I. ii SALES Will Open Sept. 1st Hours: 10 to 6 Moa, Tu~., The. & PrL Sat. 9-1 CLOSED SUN. & WED, 3774)274 Own your own Jean- Sportswear, Ladies Apparel, Combination, Accessories, Large Size store. National brands: Jacdache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbflt, Izod, Esprit, Brittania, Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Pecans, Clalborne, Members Only, Organically Grown, Healthtex, 700 others. $7,900 to $24,900, inventory, air- fare, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Lougldin (612 6555. CARD OF THANKS We would like to ex- press our deepest ap- preciation for all the cards, calls, flowers and food that were sent to us during the loss of our father. Everyone was so kind and thoughtful. Our Blessings are with each and everyone of you. Thanks once again. Ava Sadler & The Cypret Family LEGAL NOTICE (Published In The Perkins Journal, August 23 and 30, 1984 - 2 times) IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR PAYNE COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA l l COgY 2 Ill}lOOM. 1 lATH,brick home, w/chain link fence. Total Energy Saving w/CH&A, humidifier and drapes. ,502 S E 41h, Perkins $42,000 OOOD SU ON HEW---2 bedr., 1 bath, brick & outs,de trim, b~sulotion added, new hot water veneer home. Only 5 years old w/heat and air. I~~ heater & some new plumbing. Only $34,000. Includes 8X 10 storage shed. Call soon if in- i~.ii terested. 115 Crozier, Perkins. IL,i LOTS OF EXtRAS--Very n ce 2 I:mdroom home 70 ACRE FA ......... ilEM FOR SALE--5 wire fence small ~ 2-car garage Cathedral ceiling Built-in corral r r ..... ' i?~;s " ' . . , u O water available $75 000 00 ~icrowave, trash compactor, refrig. Stockade ' ' " ' ~'1 : fence around back Of yard. Covered patio. 320 CHURCH ............... ---" " ~ F] E 5th ,',-rL-ins ~5 ~ nn /~.rlILU ~,AI~ ~'~l-al~llr--prlce .... ~" ............. reduced--call toduy for details. [:i" ,, C,,I US-- We have additional listings. l~i~i I , I i I I , J I I CLARKSON- OAKDALE NEWS By Belle Whitmore Mrs: Annie Priess, Kingfisher, Oklahoma fell and broke her arm recently. She will be 88 in Sept. She is the mother In the Matter of the Estate of of Lucille Major RAY BARTRAM, Deceued. NO. P4bb160 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR DETERMINATION OF IDENTITY OF HEIRS, DEVISEES AND LEGATEES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persons in- terested in the estate of RAY BARTRAM, deceased, that on the 21st day of August, 1984, Margaret Kay Guinn produced and filed in the district court of Payne Coun- ty, Oklahoma, an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of RAY BAR- TRAM, deceased, and also fil- ed in said court a Petition praying for the probate of said will, and that letters testa- mentary issue thereon to Margaret Kay Guinn, the ex- ecutrix named in said will. and Robert Priess of Pleasant Valley. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Graham, Edmond, called Friday on Mr. and Mrs. Marion Shellhammer. Marion is slowly recover- ing after a broken hip. The Oakdale Com- munity Club met Satur- day August 11 at the Community Building. A nice crowd was there to eat ice cream, water- melon, sandwiches and cake. The club voted to have a box, pie and plate lunch supper for their next meeting. The pro- ceeds will be used for Pursuant to an Order of said Christmas treats and Court made on the 21st day of building improvements. August, 1984, notice is hereby Vincent VanBebber is given that on the 11 th day of September, 1984, at the hour spending this week with of 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said his grandparents, Frank day, has been appointed as the and Belle Whitmore. His time for hearing said petition school at White rock and proving said will at the District Courtroom in the starts next week. Mr. courthouse in the City of Still- and Mrs. Vern VanBeb- water, County of Payne, State her and Vincent visited of Oklahoma, when and where Saturday in Perry with all persons interested may ap- Viola VanBebber and pear and contest the same. Dated this 21st day of near Orlando with Charles Sheiffer. August 1984. -s-Charles H. Headrick Judge of the District Court Jack Bowyer CARD OF THANKS Attorney for Petitioner My family and I deep- 135 S. Main ly appreciate your visits, Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 -O" concern and prayers, LEGAL NOTICE flowers, gifts and cards {Published in The Perkins while I was in the , Journal August 23 & 30, 1984 hospital. We also thank -2 times) the ministers of the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Assembly of God and PERMIT TO USE Baptist churches, and GROUND WATER Vinco Assembly of God Application Number 84-607 church and family. God TO WHOM IT bless them all for what MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that they've done for me in Jack D. Downey R.R. #2, Box the hospital and at home. #54, Perkins, OK 74059 under Emma Budzene the authority given in & Family Oklahoma State Law, Title 82, 1020./, has filed an ap- -O- plication with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, pur- suant to board rules, Chapter J ack Bowyer VI I I, for a permit to withdraw Attorney-at-Law and use 80 acre-lose of ground 135 S. Main - Perkins water per calendar year forthe purpose of Commercial Sale TO Phone: 405-547-2479 (o} Rural Water District. Acres 405-547-5000 {r} dedicated TO this application are located in: 40 acres - SW~A of the SW of Section 35, Township 18N, Range 2EIM, Payne County. Wells to be located: 2 Proposed Wells - SW of the SW of the SW & NW of the SW of the SW of Section 35, Township 18N, Range 2EIM, Payne County. Pursuant to 82 O.S. 1981, 1020.8 and 1020.9, and board rules Chapters II and VIII, a hearing on this ap- plication will be held by the board on the 12th day of September, 1984, at its office at 10:30 a.m., 1000 N.E. 10th, 12th Floor, State Health Dept. Building. Any interested person, desiring to do so, may protest the application and present evidence and testimony in support of his protest. The protest procedures require that a protest be written and filed with the board at least 5 days prior to the hearing date (specified above) and that the Political i Announcements / Payne County Clerk Sherri Schieffer Payne County Sheriff Carl Hiner $ $ * State Representative Tom Hall County Superintendent of Schools Faye S. Dawson II I Septic Systems Septic Tanks Storm Cellars Lateral Lines Manufacturing Installation Repair General Backhoe Work BROWN ENTERPRISES [405)3T7-0909 547-2992 SHELTON LUMBER CO Lumber & All Other Building Materials 9th & Lowry STILLWATER, OK Rural Electric _ il ii 40 372-7860 2220 East Sixth St. Stillwater, Oklahoma I I I Edward Ford suffered a heart attack recently and is in the Tulsa hospital where he is to undergo five bypasses. We wish for his a com- plete recovery. Todd VanBebber is a delegate for the National Republican Convention at Dallas. He left Oklahoma City via chartered bus on Thurs- day. Todd was in Washington, D.C. this summer with the Oklahoma 4-H delegates, but did not get to see President Reagan as he was in his office. He hopes this time to meet him in person. Mr. and Mrs. Devere Ingles were in Edmond Saturday. They took their grandsons home. The Singleton boys had been helping their grand- parents with work. They home to schools. Juanita was a Mr. and A group Eugene Those Hoag Mrs. Kris baby, the the Lan Todds, Rhonda David -0" NEW Council demned sewer plant of 1100, plans on a j acent to will cost an financed in funds, with grant. -0" JAIL IS YALE here has be~~! from a 12 cell to a facility. said that in prisoners loose in or not they post bond. him facing will probably to come up which should deterrent to of public -0" NEW STROUD "~ ter Horse ficially Congressman kins cut motel feature~ banquet suite, swimming club and and has for horsemen with horseS. venture will people. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS General Election -- Tuesday, Below are the State Questions as theY on the Tuesday, August 28, ballot explanation below each question Ralph Sewell, OPA Capitol News Bureau r STATE QUESTIONS Primary Election, August 28, State Question Number 561 This measure would amend Section 9A of Oklahoma Constitution. The present law valorem tax of up to 2t/~ rufus. This measure the tax to five mills to maintain county ments It would have provisions to terminal It would authorize the counties to join counties, cities, towns, or school districts thereof, to maintain the health departments, other levies or public funds to be used SHALL THIS AMENDMENT BE PEOPLE? V} Yes. for the amendment" [-~ No. against the amendment protesting party or legal counsel appear at thehearing SQ 561: It would allow voters in a county and present the protest in 2.5 mills to 5 mills, the maximum ad to support the county health department. No ot order that it may be con-made. sidered. Anyone having ques- tions concerning this matter may contact the ground water division of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board at (405)271-2514. OKLAHOMA WATER RESOURCES BOARD N.E. 10th & Stonewall - State Question Number 578 This measure would amend Section 32 of Oklahoma Constitution. This section relates Common Building Equalization Fund. The take out invalid language from this section. any limits on the amount paid to or for anY from the funds. It would grant the Twelfth Floor to set a formula for payment to or for anY Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from the funds. 73105 SHALL THIS AMENDMENT BE -s-James R. Barnett, PEOPLE? Executive Director[~ Yes, for the amendment [~ No, against the amendment -O- SQ 578: It provides that the legislature shall LEGAL NOTICE for dispensing money from the State Public {Published in Tbe Per- Building Equalization Fund to needy districts. Th "kins Journal, Thursday, in the state constitution is written in a manner August 16 and 23, 1984 - impossible for any district to qualify, and the fund 2 times) NOTICE Effective August 1, 1984 the Town meetings of the Tryon City Coun- cil have been changed to the First Thursday fol- lowing the First Sunday of each month. This change was authorized by the Town Board of Tryon. Members: Kenneth Lewis, Jerry Sloan, Louise Dodrill, and Nan- cy Durbin, clerk. I1[- ........ -F AM/t Y APPLIANCE SERVICE Quulity Service ut Low RuLes Call Pat Beery 547.2942 State Question 561 This measure would amend the Oklahoma would add a new Section 39 to Article X. would allow the use of State monies to assistance to cities, towns, counties, and of the State. The public bodies could only use finance water resource and sewage treatment assistance allowed would be an exception to in Sections 14 and 15 of Article X. The would come from the Statewide Water ing Fund and the Water Resources Fund. The control the use of State monies in the monies in the funds would also have to be Legislature. Any State obligation would be monies which have been reserved in the SHALL THIS AMENDMENT BE PEOPLE? [ q Yes, for the amendment i I No. against the amendment SQ 581: It would allow the state's ing fund and the water resources fund to be for water ddvelopment bonds issued by and water districts. A similar amendment rejected by the voters in 1983. The legislature $25 million to support local water projects- treatment, line construction, water resource storage. A portion of this would be used as The state water resources board would administer