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8-The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 22, 1977 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES 10 cents a word- I st insertion iS1.00 Minimum) 9 cents a word each ,successive insertion (75 nfinimum) We accept telephone ads but must charge 50 cents billing charge for non-ledger accoul}ts. Card of Thanks-$1.S0 Deadline- 3 p. mTuesday Phone 405-547-2411 FOR SALE I i I I I IIII I i FOR SALE -- Okla. Common Alfalfa - t00 lb. bag. Wayne Allen 547-2517 or Bud Jarvis-918-374-2477. 393tc Ji ii t ii iii ul ill II Clipper seed cleaners. Rot- ary grain cleaners. Grain Special price on gram drill fillers. W. D. Eggers Farms Supply, 405- 724-3222. Morrison. 346tch ,u i ii i ,i ,i PUBLIC AUCTION -- Sat., Oct. I 1 p.m. 105 Cimarmn South. Perkins. Okla, Inc. Furniture, Shop Equipment, PIANO IN STORAGE-- JOB PRINTING Beautiful Console stored " locally. Reported like new. WE CAN TAKE CARE OF Responsible party can take a Your Business Card, big saving on low payment Magnetic Signs, Wedding balance. Call Collect 417- Stationary -- Needs. The 781-5860. Gulf Coast Piano Perkins Journal. Co., 2030 Main St., Joplin, , ,, . ....... Mo. 64801. ii iii i I Jl II Wanted I BABYSITTING--Responsi- ble Christian woman would like to care for your child in her home Monday thru Friday. References provided. Please call Sharla Drake - 547-5041. 381tc Ill WANTED ill i u i WANTED  Interested in buying a home in Perkins. Would be willing to buy equity and take over payments. Bill Lewis, 377- 3346 ltp IJ Jll IIIJ II I I II WANTED TO RENT-- 2 or 3 bedroom house in Perkins School District. Ken Light, 405-372-5000. 373tchg FOR RENT ltpd HELP WANTED IIH [ HELP WANTED -- Part- Time Waitress: Also, Kitch- en Help from 2 until 6, 6 days a week. Apply in Person after 5 p.m. at Jude's Steak House, Perkins. It I WANTED -- A lady for house cleaning, also, a person to drive our car occasionally-S2 an hour or negotiable. 547-5007, Mrs. Gone Humphrey. ltpd I WANTED: Custodial and Mainten- ance Personnel for Per- kins-Tryon Schools. Apply To: Shelby S. Wyatt, Supt. of Schools, P-T Schools; 547-2425 LOST LOST -- Cloth Child's book with the name Lydia in front, and 3 story books in downtown Perkins, Sept. 8. CONGRESSMAN ENGLISH RELEASES QUESIION- NAIRE RESULTS (Continued From Page 1) Reward. Ca11547-2166. ltpd for balancing the Social Security budget. Which of these do you favor? A. Reducing Social Secur- ity benefits, 11.8%; B. Increasing the Social Secur- ity tax rate, 10.1%; C. Using We would like to take this means to express our gratitude for the many expressions of sympathy and the acts of kindness extend- ed to us during the loss of our loved one. Especially we want to thank those who sent flowers, cards, words of encouragement; also for the services and the food. Your friendship and help during illness and death of Gertie will always be remembered and greatly appreciated. Ralph Grimm and family W. W. "Dutch" Voss Real Estate and Auction 122 W. 7th Stillwater 372-2008 funds from the US Treasury to subsidize regular Social Security revenues whenever unemployment caused ex- penditures to exceed re- ceipts, 47.6%; D. Increasing the eligible age for Social Security Benefits from 65 to 68, 10.7%. 5. President Carter has proposed a ceiling on rising health care costs. Critics say that this proposal would require a reduction in health care services. Do you favor or oppose placing a federal I I 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 DR. GARY LMEYER limit on hospital cost increases? A. Those in favor of such a limit, 64.7%. B. Those opposed to such a limit, 28,6%. 6. One of the administra- tion's proposals to help ease our energy crisis is a special sales tax on new auto- mobiles which do not get good gas mileage. Under this plan, the tax would be added to the sale price of the least fuel-efficient new cars to encourage buyers to pur- chase more fuel-efficient models. Do you favor or oppose this portion of the administration's energy plan? A. Those favoring this new tax, 42.3%; B. Those opposed to this new tax, 52.3%. 7. A few years ago, the Congress turned over the responsibility for mail serv- ice in this country to a semi-independent corpora- tion, the US Postal Service. Since that time, mail rates have increased rapidly, and there have been numerous complaints that the quality of mail service has fallen off. What do you feel should be done to improve mail service? A. The Postal Service should be returned to its status as a government agency, 41.5%; B. the Postal Service should continue as a semi-dependent corporation, but there should be greate r Congressional oversight of its budget, rates, and overall efficiency, 37.1%; C. The Antiques and Much More. , ....... III I Chiro ra :,3 Postal Service should be (See Complete Listing in FOR RENT -- Trailer ..... p C, -r What Other Port- _ . allowed to continue as it is Next week's Journal). Sale Space-312 E. French, Con- Time J.b o,.,, II Complete Auction m 372-6919 today, 10.1%. Conducted by Grav's Real tact Danny Darrow, 221 N.E. mm -,__m .-,,_,_ m 8. There has been a great Estate and Auction Service, 4th after 5:30 p.m. 37ffc II m twvl ,=mluIu L 104 East McElor.v deal of discussion about . ,,,,,o,-,4:. you Th.,. II l Stillwater, Oklahoma America's energy situation. ) 'S, I u For Sale ,1 , E I .... It u mpmoy.,..,,., II A Types l -- m .... In your opinion how serious PUBLIC AUCTION-- Sat. HOUSE AND ACREAGE For outomo,,: y roi=, II **'* m  is our energy problem? Oct. 1, l0 a.m. Estate of Sale --3 bedr., 4 acres. rularpromafion, Im 27 Years Exnerience I 00rooms A. It is a very critical earn at least $996.30 the mm -- m problem which requires F RNITL RF Maude F. Chflders, Lot I lots of outbuildings, in firttyearforoneweokendo mlGrm,'s Reol Estatem : ' :  k CARPET drastic action to reduce the B k 55, Town of Glencoe Perkins School Dist 377- month ..a lS day, dorn mm & AueNan m consumption of petroleum, 300 S. Perry St.(See Com- 0372. " ,,' ....... " ltchg _ rhe,or..r tt .... 7.v .... -: ..... m 208 W. lqth. STILt WATER 22.5%; B. It is an important piety Ad in Next Week's  Journal) Conducted by: W. GARAIE $AL I- -i, ow cost. u to insurance 141r. Mare  FR2-0508 " problem, but it can be solved row cost neo.n )nsurance  bv the free enterprise sys W."Dutch" Voss Real Es- - " ' retirement plan (paid re- - " " tale and Auc. Serv., Box 593, GARAGE SALE -- Sat., tirement after ago 60) J ........ flee medical care tar your- -v---'-'i m Stillwatcr, Okla. 122 W. 7th Sept. 24 at 224 NW 1st St. et! and dnden, ((mer )   I _ St. from 8 to 5. retirement)   i | [ fll l  " l N   "ffeesevoiMbletr.e, (  t i lbgialaL anywhere in the world % "11 r ' 1 | ...... I luP . l IvIAMMOTE I '"'""-" - - t 1 I " " EBOX842 k ii ) oveh0vtorTpion.; ILal Owned&Omted | l STILLWATER OKLAHOMA 74074 "...L.-." Call us todo" for mort tricot" ] TREES--SHRUBS ] m ' ....... SFC JOHN R  PRETREATING  .  om -,, c,,,, ,,,,,.t I I PATTERSON A & B ooldsul .... !! Cimarron Country Ballroom ] I Termite Co. [I I tli (405)- 372-2756 ! m % i m Phone AJ=er5 } m Daturday Night 9 'til 1 m m with Cimarron Cowboys I I I I I I II IIII CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC Box 591 372-2884 .. .... !, - . .. . .... , farm t-resn 00eeas ...... Sturdy and Select TAM-101 wheat AIB  - " ' l 62 test weiQht Saturday, [    -- g" ALL SEEDS CLEANED AND BAGGED AND TESTED. Oct. 1, 1977  -e/-    - **** 2:00 P.M. [ . OVER. 30 YEARS,IN SEED BUSINESS. Perkins"Y Auction Facilities  ) )) ,a n 10 ,files South of Stillwater, ! ENERGY SAVING HOMES Emml Kastl d Son Okla. on U.S. 177 Hwy.  1 mile north, 1 mile east, 2 7 miles north of Perkins "Regardless of Weather" The Estate at Thomas E. Berry will LIQUIDATE this t WILL MEAN A REDUCTION Phone 405-372.5748 outstanding herd of quality MAMMOTH JACKASS [ IN YOUR HEATING BREEI)ING STOCK. This herd represents years of  AND AIR CONDITIONING accumulation and selective breeding of the finest Mammoth stock to be found. ;i-Outstanding mature serviceable ,lacks. (Includes the famous 15-hand 1" ,JEN-JACKI 4-Outstanding ,lack colts. Yearlings and under. 18 Jennets in foal 12 .lennet colts. Under 2 years. %-Total Head Method of Sale: Sold by lot number. Health papers furnished. All ,Jennets will be pregnancy tested prior to Auction. Inspection: All stock may be inspected Irior to Auc- tion at Auction location or in advance by calling Elbert Boyle. 918/372-4327. Ripley, Okla. i Detail Information: Call or write Auction company t for detailed catalog giving ages, color, breeding ! history etc. ! Terms: (;ash. Excellent loading facihties available, Ii' Owner: Estate of Thomas E, Berry, First National Bank of Tulsa. Okla.. Executor. i:: Berry_,_ i -Agency I0t N Main 405/372-2466 Stillwmer. Okla. 372.7065 Auctioneers:  John Ball ... _ Ray C. Hickey 4 COSTS TOTAL ELECTRIC-TOTAL ENERGY All Sulp?uotion, .Storm Windows, I Extra Insulation in wolrt ond Attic. Total Electric Heat Pump ond Air Conditioning. Electric Kitchen ond Electric Woter Heoter. Brick. Some on Wooded Lois. 507 Carol Court / 508 Carol Court CAt,. 371-S0or 7-1401 OSD, Inc. ASK FOR: 124 $. Main St. Perkins,,Okla. HARLAND WELLS . We Don t Build Them Like They Used To "WE BUILDTHEM BETTER" Frontier Federal Savings and Loan Assodati Ponca City Oklahoma City Tulsa Enid I Stillwater Edmond Bartlesvllle Cushing  _ tern, 61.7%; C. Our energy shortage is not serious, 8.5%. 9. The House of Repre- sentatives will soon consider a new minimum wage measure which would pro. vide for an immediate increase in the minimum pay rate from its present level of $2.30 per hour to $2.65 per hour. Do you favor or oppose this increase? A. Those favoring this increase, 44.2%; B. Those opposed to this increase, 50.3%. 10. Congress will also be debating a controversial section of the proposed minimum wage law which would provide for "index- ing" -- an automatic yearly increase in the minimum wage to compensate for increases in the cost of living. Proponents of index- ing say that the minimum wage should guarantee employees a wage which will keep up with inflation; opponents argue that auto- matic increases will lead to continued inflation and un- employment. Would you favor or oppose passage ofa new minimum wage law which included an indexing provision? A. Those favoring passage of a minimum wage law with an indexing provision, 26.5%; B. Those opposed, 65.2%. Mintie May Mrs. Mantle May Rab 80, formerly of Perkins, in the Hukill Nursing at Kingfisher September 1977. Her funeral was at a.m. Friday in the the Strode Funeral Rev. George Needham ated. Interment was in Elm Grove Cemetery, west of Stillwater direction of Strode Home. She was born June 1897 in Atchison CountY, Kansas, the daughter of and Elizabeth Chandler. was married to John Thor# Rains June 13, 1917 it Stillwater and they lived the Mulhall area moving to Perkins in 1940. Her husband proceded he in death October 5, 1972. Surviving are two sateS, Edgar Lee Rains of Wynne wood and George Gilbert Rains of Pauls Valley. AiS0 surviving are eight "grand" children, 12 great grand" children and a brother Joh Chandler of Emporia. Kan. [__._._7 r,=at 547-2073 _  'he Specialty Shoppe m o_,.,o.  STILLWATER AUCTION CO 122 E. 9th '', m 377.3377. Stillwater, Okla.. AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY 7:30 P.M. We Buy for Cash Or Sell on Commission orc.:, . | Whether Your House i New Has Some Is or | Age On It, You May [ Waste Up To $90 Worth of Fuel This i Winter" l . It  quicker and cheaper to skimp on insulation, and then use all the electric=ty or ! fuel that was necessary to keep warm. j Today we re paying, for this waste. Because i inadequate insulation in the building industry has been one of the major contributors to the energy crisis and the high cost of fuel. If you're not sure that your house is properly insulated, your REC urges you to have it checked. According to current figures, fuel savings for homes insulated to the minimum standards soon pay for the total cost of insulation. There are o lot of other ways you can cut down on your heating bill this winter. You've heard them oil a hundred times or more. But nothing you do can come close to the savings you'll realize by installing proper insti 7 So it s not a, question of whether you can afford to do it, it s whether you can afford not to. Paid for by the Ratepayers ' [ CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC lilmlF' O -OPERATIVE D. J. "Lluke" Cooper, Mgr,, Stlllwater, Oklahoma