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September 22, 1977

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t!/Fhe Perkins Journal Thursday, September 22, 1977 WE GIIIE WE G|VE LARGE HEAD Lettuce ,,c. e TOKAY Grapes 00ou.o49 e U.S. NO. 1 YELLOW WE Illll  ............... GlUE glUE PATIO MEXICAN (ASSORTED' Dinners ,,oz. 49 e SIZE STILWELL PEACH OR CHERRY .oz. s 129 Cobblers s,z00 MR. G'S 5 LB. BAG Just A Line More (From Page 1) were not here two years ago and several expansions. Yes, and one closed up, XXXX In these days and times of people involvement in about every aspect of what goes on about them, there is one area or domain that has not been invaded by the public, but may some day. That is the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Department, the organization that handles and governs all extra curricular sports, music and speech competition in the secondary, private, or public schools. Don't get me wrong. This writer and this newspaper uphold 100% law and order, and fully understand that in any event or contest, someone must call the rules. ion against a llayer, coach or a fan, then that information should be filed and available for anyone that wants to study or find out what the problem was without stirr- ing up the water of the inner sanctum. What do you Think? XXXX For whatever it's worth, we picked this up out of the Stillwater Chamber of Com- merce bulletin, who reprint- ed it from the Manhattan, Kansas Chamber of Com- merce bulletin:"....I'm the fellow who goes into a restaurant, sits down and patiently waits while the waitresses do everything but take my order ..... I'm the fellow who goes into a department store and stands quietly while the sales clerks finish their little chit-chat... I'm the man who drives into the service station and never INTERNATIONAL OF INDUS Continued From page! have their home at. Cimarron North. instructor at the Fire Training School at State University. The instructor interested in fir when he was a free photographer California and was scene taking fires in that area. He a fireman and then degree in Fire Engineering. He position as Oklahoma State fi House of 109 E. Cushing, "78 Engagemen! Calendars are In [lbr 17 Months] IOn00ons 15 French Fr,es s 1" There must be a final say blows his horn, but waits I Line of from someone or somebody patiently while the attendant WE POUND FREE ards , GIi ,, -- and in sports events, it is finishes reading his magi- those officials out on the Sept. 27thruNot. zine .... You might say I m .... _ _g..H URFINE _ SHURFINE WHITE OR YELLOW protectedcost.field'But theTheYsecondaryand upheldShUldschoolsat beall personknwMr" NicewhOwhoGUYelse .... neverl am?BUtlcomesdm yoUthe Phyllis Kinzie. Mi ! "r____-_. Corn Meal s LB. BAO 69' Activities committee "should back and it amuses me to see WEE/omt[]TO JUICe SHURFINE ' also realize this is a changing you spendingthousandsof Yes WeCaJ society and the demands are dollars every year to get me much different than they to come back to your Show You GIve[ __ 46 OZ. CAN L Sallt laa/- QUARTjAR knowWHY, andiftheycan,t TheNew were 5, 10, or 15 years ago. business. I was there before FIESTA l "-- 89' People anymore want to --but you didn't see me.I still would have been a good uresslng customer if you had shown find out WHY, they don t me just a little courtesy. BATHROOM TISSUE ] PACKER'S LABEL like it. 1 think it galls many good Fortunately, the Perkins 73 Lincoln CondJ ft $ P tty 891 sports fans that these business communitydoes 4door. towncar. So re omatoes 3 303 CANS S 1 officials can grade the team, not perpetuate this .problem, comfort. Comeon, the school and the fans and but this type of thing $3995 G RFF H I dBtermine their sportsman- evidently does happen in I IN'S S REDDED BUDGET BRAND ship for the year, but the some of the larger towns. A 676passenger.Grin Torino, 4,st; crowd, especially, has no business must be alert to P I BIb M 2 LB. PKG. 691 prevent this from happening. Olmjwagn with lu recourse, rack. full power, I x x x x ful blue inside and .......... nut 7 oz. KG. 59' O acaroni Because of family matters, which are insignificant and Bill Hunt brought some mean nothing to others, I dandy sweet potatoes. I think lll BETTY CROCKER found it necessary to attend a he counted some 30 potatoes L024N. Lit I GE , -  - I - - READY-MIX of all sizes in one hill he dug game other than the up. He said most of his hills onHwy.: omal'o I[,aTSU rllr. F . night.Perkins'PraguegameFridaYThis game was were like this and produ,ced a  225-21Jl rostl=.= Mannford at Mannford. It eating sweet potatoes at our .... . nn between Barnsdall and record crop for him. We 11 be = DEL-MONTE IAg 16 OZ, CAN  home for several days to .,,i....--.... :  L f was a close game as it was, come just off of one plant or till 14-7, statistics even right tam 32 OZ. JUG O' fumbleddWn theon line.the oneBarnsdallfoot line hill. 0 SIII-:LTON , t VIBE R ('0" GIVE ,.m,,.., ,, ,., DUNCAN HINES and lost the ba.. den,ed a Sound Off .,..d,,,, ,,,,,.,,. ...... :. score. They later worked the i: Cake Mixes ball t scring positin' with (Fr0m Page 1) qth and I (1% R SHURFINE WHOLE 2:56 left in the game, and catches." 'Hl,l" ,,,R ,,k'" according to those standing How refreshing to pick up on the goal line, the ball LAYER ,  a newspaper and among all "i Tomatoes 2 303 CANS 89 went over three times and the national strife and WANT TO was called back, plus the turmoil, to find a writer We h " |]ew --....i..EACH lll i calsteaminreCeiVeda row, onethreeplayer techni-left sensitive'" of to theland naturall ave weOUyerS"need SHURFINE NON-DAIRY  beauty our was S r- c the field for the showers, a . " , asse Agen y "r- - 16 OZ. JAR 99 rem,ndedofDav,dThoreaus ..... e FRUIT DRINKS ASSORTED l fan was ejected from the .... real t:stat Walden Pond . And 307N. Main 547 iii " earner H'C,- ,,oz. 5,'1 CAN---- sidelines, and the coaches heaven knows, Thoreau was ...... were shocked, completely in ...... rerxms, uraa. no pamy-walst . the dark as to .what was Still, Georgia Ann Geyer i going on. The game resumed captares the,imagination and riiii,,= "- I " I on the 45 yard line after the revives one s own a reci - 1 $HURFINE BLUE OR WHITE pp - .._ Grape Jelly I o last play on the one inch line. ation for the red earth of I LIGH('TOL $ ! 9 Other than scuttlebut, no Oklahoma, the, timeless- GlUE  etergent 4 oz. sox 1 I one knows for sure what hess of rivers 'like the I11 several hundred people who the Black Mesa to the i/IP' - , $HURFIN paid dearly (incidentally, it Alabaster Caverns, from the ESMUCKER S # #b - 1 8 OZ. cost me $8.00 to get my Little Sahara to the Kiamichi !  2 lB. JAR 7"7' " i Peanut Buffer AR 89' I family through the gates) Mountains, from tumble [il[Wol have a fight to know what it weeds to the Azalea Trail -- Ilrl IVI !  --..-- i ...-... i was all about! However, if who can surpass the scenic | ..... anyone would have stopped array of Oklahoma s natural | ........ [vj.i MEATS I beaut-y -- Including her [ Aversltyls me- the referee after the game to . . aoversity is the IChuck 59'1 ask, they would be written . 0 h lakes, I  dust .eavy up for trying to start trouble i on the field. [is es its jewels with. Re a st BaSdCh:ut LB I really had n great utAULINE NEAR ON I Dinggood isth'e interest in the Friday night E M E R G E N C Y L O A N certainl happy acti, [ certainly happy act ,.LlllE] Chuck Roast LB* 79 ! game and frankly, would APPLICATIONS [aman'slife.. probably just as soon have Farmers and ranchers in | been at the Perkins-Prague Payne County are reminded I NoBother ..... U.$. CHOICE  game, so I am generally of the September 30, 1977 I Girl's father: "Y' !ij[ speaking as an impartial, deadline in applying for [man, we turn the/! 7 Bone * interested fan that knew emergency loans. Farmers [ outhereat 10p_m.il IV,E none of the officials on the and ranchers who have I boyfriend: "That". i field or even where they losses due to drought during I We will not be reading' I Arm Roast LB 95gl werefrom, butlcantellyou a period January l, 1976to it was one of the most December 31, 1976 and ] American confused, densely called January 1, 1977 to date may [C';;"l' G|I/E U.S. CHOICE football games that I've ever be eligible for a drought loan l'arp et CleO r 00lRib Steak LB $I 39[ seen. from the Farmers Home I would suggest that Administration (FmHA) anytime officials must call a U.$. CHOICE technical or personal decis- l ll Ground Beef LB 68'l  IRead Mix] MovWe'' Fresh ..,o o,.,. ,/.J t# .  Tr TO 1805 S. Perkins Rd. m [--""J' I  L I'['I'i' q ] kk X  % F rid:,l$:. I:::: IoVay ?' 7 l C..hedR,,e,,S, #S i]J*Nl=nun= """"--#t ,ll -i mx # ''L''5 I "'' Reinforcing Rods 372-1886 t%w ,,u,u ' I Construction THE QUAPAW CO. V PHONE ' ,, " ,, mrtitniu,. , F PERKINS, ' " l'!:lll[ , I 324E. 4,h. Company 547'-2555 , Your Fr,endly S & H Store. OKLAHOMA'_7 , , Stillwater lIVE 1