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8.The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 29, 1977 The Journal Classified Section PHONE: 547-2411 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES 10 cents a word-I st insertion ($1.00 Minimum) 9 cents a word each successive insertion (75 cents minimum) We accept telephone ads but must charge 50 cents billing charge tar non-ledger accounts. Card of Thanks-S1.50 Deadline - 3 p.mTuesday Phone 405-547-2411 i! iii iiii ii i i FOR SALE iii FOR SALE -- Okla. Common Alfalfa - 100 lb. bag. Wayne Allen, 547-2517 or Bud Jarvis-918-374-2477. 393tc PIANO 1N STORAGE--Bea. utiful spinet-console stored locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can take at big saving on low payment balance. Write Joplin Piano, Inc., Joplin, Mo. 64801. pd , i FOR SALE--'71 Lincoln Town Coupe, Excellent, $1650.00. Perkins, Okla. 547-2477, 54%2742. It? i FOR SALE--Mobile Home, '73 Ranchette, 70x14, 3 bedr., 2 full baths, Central air, furnished, carpeted throughout. 547-2545, 547- 2228. ltpd i i ii For Sale i ii ItOUSE AND ACREAGE For Sale--3 bedr., 4 acres. lots of outbuildings, in Perkins School Dist. 37% 0372. ltchg WANTED WANT TO RENT--Small acreage, suitable to raise a show calf, close in to Perkins. 547.2807 after 6. It* FOR RENT iii ii FOR RENT -- Trailer Space-312 E. French. Con- tact Danny Darrow, 221 N.E. 4th after 5:30 p.m. 37tfc FOR RENT--2 bedr. house available Oct. 1. 223 S. W. 2nd. 54%2573. ltc GARAGE SA[ JOB PRINTING, WE CAN TAKE CARE OF Your Business Card, Magnetic Signs, Wedding Stationary- Needs. The Perkins Journal. i CARD O-F THANKS During the last 3 or 4 weeks we have been pleasantly surprised with food, letters and other means of encouragement and assis- tance, that has made it BIG GARAGE SALE-:' 209 N.E. 5th, Perkins-- Old Iron Bedstead, Rollaway Bed, Baby Bed and Port-a-Cdb, Singer Sewing Machine, Slim Gym Exerciser, Nice clothes, size 12-14, dishes, some Fiesta, Jumping horse and other toys, other items. Saturday, Oct. 1. pd NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF PERKINS ROUTE 1 AND 2 The past few weeks those of you who are not already regular subscribers have been receiving a complimen- tary copy of The Perkins Journal. You will receive another issue next week with an opportunity to subscribe at a special introductory offer price. Please look the Journal over closely and see if you wouldn't like to receive it each week in the mail. We will look forward to adding your name to the ever growing list of regular Journal readers. :l :" possible for us to exist while we had a chance to plan our future in Perkins. We are announcing the establishment of J. & L. Plumbing and look forward to serving the Perkins Community in the years to Saturday, Oct. 1, 1977 2:00 P.M. Perkins "Y" Auction Facilities 10 Miles South of Stillwater, Okla. on U.S. 177 Hwy. "Regardless o[ Weather" The Estate of Thomas E. Berry will LIQUIDATE this outstandingherd of quality MAMMOTH JACKASS BREEDING STOCK. This herd represents years of accumulation and selective breeding of the finest Mammoth stock to be tbund. 3-Outstanding mature serviceable Jacks. (Includes the tamous 15-hand 1" JEN-JACK.) 4 Outstanding Jack colts. Yearlings and under. 18-Jennets in thai 12-Jennet colts. Under 2 years. 37-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 prior to Auc- tion at Auction location or in advance by calling Elbert Boyle, 918/372-4327, Ripley, Okla. Detail Information: Call or write Auction company for detailed catalog giving ages, color, breeding history, etc. Terms: Cash. Excellent loading facilities available. Owner: Estate of Thomas E. Berry, First National Bank of Tulsa, Okla., Executor. CARD OF THANKS Words can never fully express our deep apprecia- tion to each and everyone of you for all the cards, flowers, food and calls during the loss of our loved one. To all our friends, neighbors and rela- tives we can only say Thank You and hope that you all know how your many acts of kindness made our loss a little easier to bear. The Family of J. L. (Jack) Longan CARD OF THANKS r We wish to thank you for i the many prayers, cards, food and deeds of kindness during the illness and death of our loving wife and mother. Charles Lilly Eula Mae Bishop Ellen Boydstun Lieuvinia Lewis Norma Felkner Letha Hanham THANK YOU Mr. and Mrs. Charley come. Thank you for your . Tarlton and family would like encouragement and help. to express their appreciation Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds and family for all the many acts of kindness extended Mr. Tarl. ton during his illness, his hospital confinement in Stillwater, and treatment in Tulsa. All have been a tremendous source of com- fort and support. HELP WANTED WANTED -- Someone to do housework several hours a week. 547-2807 after 5. It* HELP WANTED: Window Plant Workers *Manufacture Storm Windows *Full-Time Work *Hospital Ins., Vacation & Employee Purchasing Discount Mature Men or Women Salary Open-Based on Qualifications Also: Openings for Glazers (Mirror, Glass and Storm Window Installer) Neat Appearance is Important. Also to be albe to work as individual or in group. Advancement for Aggressive, Hardworking Person Apply in person at office: The Lee Co. ! 001 S. Main, Stillwater, Okla. What Other Part- Time Job Offers You These Employee Benefits? automatic pay raises regular promotions earn at least $996.30 the first year for one weekend a month and 15 days during the summer low cost life insurance low cost health insurance retirement plan (paid re- tirement after age 60) free medical care for your- self and dependents (after retirement) free space-available travel anywhere in the world (after retirement) We have job openings in over 300 career specialties. Call us today for more infor- mation[ SFC JOHN R. PATTERSON (405) - 372-2756 ARMY NATIONAL GUARD 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 I i [ s47.00n Locally Owned & Operated TREES--SHRUBS PEST CONTROL PRETREATING Mn Okla Pest Conh'o! Assoc. A & B Goldseal .... Termite Co. -r0 sum/Ca" Phone Jter 5 372-4934 547-2660 I Ill CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC Box 591 372-2884 Stlllwater Berry_,_ Agency 101 N. Main 405/372-2466 Stillwater, Okla. 372-7065 Auctioneers: John Ball Ray C. Hickey Tom D. Berry & Asseciatm. Auctioneers Community Education Steer- ing Committee ProgressinR Continued From Page 1) organizations for their coop- eration. Mrs. Claudean Reynolds will meet with P-T School Board members on Monday night of next week. The Proclaimation to be presented reads as follows: The Steering Committee of the Community Education Program of the Perkins community requests your endorsement and support of the community education in the Perkins area, to facilitate the merger of the education- al resources and the needs of the community. The purpose is communi- cation between citizens of every age for the satisfaction of recreation, cultural, edu- cational, and other related community service. To this end the Steering Committee is conducting a survey to assess the needs and interests of the commun- ity. Your immediate response and participation will be appreciated. [signed] Opal Olson, Chair- person Boxes were also placed in downtown Perkins for peo- ple to place completed survey forms. Mrs. Olson stated that the committee agreed the program should be started as soon as a definite meeting place was approved, instructors and plans for courses are completed. Mrs. Olson feels the Community Education Pro- ject is a progressive endeav- or with funding and other necessary steps to be taken as becomes necessary upon the committee's apporval. It is possible that Federal Funding could eventual!y be obtained and, perhaps, college credits be obtained. -0- AIR FORCE CHAPLAIN (MAJOR) JOHN R. HELL- STERN AT McCONNELL AFB, KAN. Now serving at McConnell AFB, Kan., with a Strategic Air Command unit is Air Force Chaplain (Major) John R. Hellstern, son of Mrs. Bealah B. Hellstern of R.R. 3, South Haven, Kan. Chaplain Hellstern, a protestant champlain, was previously assigned at Bent- waters RAF Station, Eng- land. The chaplain, a 1953 graduate of South Haven High School, received a B. A. degree in 1961 from Phillips University, Enid, Okla. He holds a B.D.degree in ministry, a S.T.M. degree and a D.M. degree in psychology from Andover Newton Seminary, Newton Centre, Mass. His wife, Lois, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. VanBuskirk of Morrison, Okla. -0- LUSTERS AND WISLERS HAVE VISITORS Mrs. Susan Chamberlin and son Jesse from Madrid, Spain are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wisler, and her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Don Luster and friends in the Perkins-Still. water area. They will return to Spain on November 1st. Mrs. Wisler visited the Chamberlins in Spain, near Torrejon Air Force Base, this spring for several days and then rejoined her tour group in Madrid. They spent two weeks touring points of interest in Spain. Highlights of the tour for Mrs. Wisler were, besides seeing her new grandson, of course, The Prado Art Museum of Madrid, the home of Cervantes who wrote Don Quixote or Man of LaMoncha, The Spring Fair at Cordoba, The Flamenco Dancers of Seville, "The Alhambra", the Sultan's Palace in Granada and the tour to Africa b' boat to Tangier, Morocco with lunch in the famous Casbah. Naturally they had a belly dancer to entertain and also the beautiful Cathedrals in all the cities of Spain. , Mrs. Wisler and Susan i advise all you students to learn your Spanish well in school for you never know when you will have to use it. Court Clerk Report September 19, 1977 CIVIL CASES FILED: John J. Smith vs. Eugene J. Stevens, Money Judgment Max E. Sater C. E. Leachman. et al, vs. Eugene H. Brown, et al, Quiet Title, Max E. Sater Jerry Dale Caplinger vs. Cedar Oaks Apartments, Transfer from Small Claims, Bird, McBride, Hochderffer 1st Nat'l Bank vs. R. C. Adams, Money Judgment, Bird, McBride, Hochderffer Stw. Municpal Hasp., Jack Savory and Debbie Savory, Money Judgment, Thomas, Herr, Anderson, Baker Stw. Municipal Hasp. vs. Anthony Slavens and Rhon- da Slavens, Money Judg- ment, Thomas, Hurt, Ander- son, Baker Earl Gist vs. City of Cushing, Injunction and Money Judgment, Grubbs and Wilcoxon Timothy Riley Fields vs. Malcom W. Cunningham, Money Judgment, Vance Fried First Crown Finan. Corp. vs. Walton Evans and Dorothy Evans, Money Judgment, Bird, McBride, Hochderffer PROBATES FILED: P-77-159, Will of George H. Williams, Erwin & Butts P-77-160, J. D.of Death of Minnie Kinion, Murphy & Murphy P-77-161, J. D. of Death of Roy A. Hesser, Robert Murphy P-77-162, J. D.of Death of Blanche Rosson, Grubbs & Wilcoxon DIVORCES FILED: (incompatibility unless otherwise stated) Bryan Keith Blackburn vs. Lovis D. Blackburn, Grubbs & Wilcoxon Christine K. Buntin vs. Ronald K. Buntin, J. Stewart Arthurs and Shadid, Black, Homsey, Browne Mary M. Troxei vs. Herbert L. Troxel, Cubbage & Cubbage G.Edward Shissler vs Olita Z. Shissler, Bullock & Hornbostel Chapel Petty Barnes vs. Gregory Lewis Barnes, Sid- ney D. Williams Marie Antoinette Turner vs. David Terry Turner, Bird, McBride, Hockderffer Vernon Leslie Olives, Jr. vs. Phylis Elane Olives, Divorce, Charles Campbell Patsy Ethel Kean vs. Carroll Dan Kean, Sam Withiam Betty Faye Youngker vs. Billy Frank Youngker, James M. Springer, Jr. Susan Hiner vs. Michael Hiner, Landis Shook Betty Collins vs. Wafter Collins, Extreme Cruelty, James M. Springer, Jr. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS David Lee Poage, 22, Stillwater, and Cynthia-Di- ane Lucas, 18, Okla. City D. Kent Brown, 35 and Nancy Marie McGuire, 24, both of Cushing Lynueal Carl Love, 34, and Linda L. Case, 28, both of Cushing Arthur BlueBack, 36, and Dorothea Hawzipta, 30, both of Pones City Harold Wayne Guinn, 42, and Delores June Eikenbary, 41, both of Perkins Ival Lee Gregory, 26, and Rebecca Jo Riggs, 23, both of Stillwater COUNTY CLERK REPORT September 26, 1977 CIVIL CASES FILED: Employment Security Com- mission vs. Terry B. Henderson, et als., Tax Warrant Employment Security Commission vs. Clarence L. Bear, Jr., Tax Warrant John Jennings, et ux. vs Trucking Services, Inc., Money Judgment, Grnbbs& Wilcoxon John Deere Co. vs. Ralph B. Davis, Money Judgment, Lyth, Soule, Emery DIVORCES FILED: (Incompatibility unless otherwise stated) Utawna Rae Herring vs. Michael Sherwood Herring, James M. Springer, Jr. Shirley A. Guthrie vs. John T. Guthrie, Reciprocal, State Welfare Clark Simpson Wood vs. Cheryl Jean Wood, Berry & Osborn Cheryl Neman Seals vs. James Madison Seals, James M. Springer, Jr. Frances Ann Rush vs. Larry Wayne Rush, James M. Springer, Jr. Sheila R. Spurrier va. Robert L. Spurrier, Jr., Charles E. Campbell Vadia May Gottfried vs. Leonard Melvin Gottfried, James M. Springer, Jr. John David Sikes vs. Linda Sikes, Bird, McBride, Hoch- derffer Patrick Daniel Seno Mary Beth Seno, Osborn .... Dorothy A. Collins vl. James L. Collins, Herr, Anderson Earlene E. Barnard Sammy C. Barnard, S. Pinkerton, Jr. : Patdcia Louise Warn vs. Jimmie Forrest Warn0& James M. Springer, Jr. Cynthia Ann Cooper James David Cooper, age & Cubbage Judith Christine Murttt vs Jackie Laverne Muff' James M. Springer, Jr. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Larry Bruce Plank, 34, s 1 LaNita Gayle Stanley, both of Stillwater  Bobby Lee Rush, 21. Stillwater. and Shirley 5# Hixson. 21. Yale Ronnev Lee Ward. 24, Pond Creek. and Kathl# Marie Dailey. 19. Stillwstet Ronnie Gale Hadley. and Marsha Lyn Gibbs. both of Stiilwater Milton Chester Sch,l 27. Stiilwater. and Joyce A# Bledsoe. 31. Morrison Michael Gibson 23. Cushing. and Cathy A# Tinker. 23. Catoosa Forrest Blaine Sexton. and Donna Marie Depl  18. both of Stillwater Stanley Craig Longan. Perkins. and Sherry Anthony. 20. Stillwater Billy Don Roberts. Oklahoma City, and JoA# Speight Jones, 29, Guthrie PROBATES FILED: P-77-163, Will of Marths Robertson, Grubbs Wilcoxon P-77-164, Administration Euliss Tippett, Wilcoxon Area Schools plan reunion for The Elm Grove Pleasant Valley, Salem, and Centerv Schools are having annual reunion Sunday 2, at the Elm Community Everyon e is ur attend that ever taught, lived in or are living in those districts. A basket dinner will served at 1:00. -0- PUBLIC AUCTION SAT., OCT. 1, 1977 - 10 A.M. Lot 1, Block 55, Town of Glencoe, 300 S. Perry St. Nice Older Home, 3 bedroom, 1 Bath, Dining & Living Room, on Large Lot. Estate of Maude E. Childers Executor William J. "Bill" Childers TERMS 10% down on Day of Sale Balance due on Approval of Title Announcement on Sale Date Supercedes Previous Advertising Sale Conducted By-- W.W. "Dutch" Voss Real Estate g Auction 122 W. 7th 372-2008 Stillwater Member of National & Okla. State Auctloneering Assoc.