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8-The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 13, 1977 The Journal's Classified ection PHONE: 547-2411 Cla.ifted Ads Rabies, Distemper, Hepatitis CLASSIFIED AD RATES Vaccines and other supplies 10cents a word-lst insertion for your pet are now. ($1.00 Minimum) available at Perkins Drug.2 ff 9 cents a word each ' successive insertion (75 FOR SALE--Okla. Common cents minimum) Alfalfa- 100 lb. bag. Wayne We accept telephone ads Allen, 547-2517 or Bud but must charge 50 cents Jarvis-918.374-2477. 393tc JOB PRINTING WE CAN TAKE CARE OF Your Business Card, Magnetic Signs, Wedding Stationary- Needs. The Perkins Journal. ....... L L_L FOR RENT I billing charge for non-ledger 1 1 ' ' FOR RENT -- 80 A. farm, 3 aecounts. GARAGE SALE"-- bedroom home near Tryon. Card of Thanks-$1.50 ' ' Phone 405-632-5637. 2tch Deadline-3 p.mTuesday YARD SALE -- Clothing, , ,,, Phone405-547-2411 Toys, dishes & Miscel. Sat. FOR SALE Oct. 15, 9 to ?. 212 N.E. ,, ," ..... 3rd. pd. FOR SALE -- 55 Gallon " Barrels $3. each. Also 30 GARAGE SALE -- Multi- Family Garage Sale Thurs. & Fri. east on Mehan'Road 1 7/8 mi. from Hwy 177. 1/2 price on Friday. |1 gallon barrels; new and used stock racks; cattle feeders; dog houses and 25 gallon propane bottle in Agra. 918-375-2601. ltpd i 'i"OR SALE -- AKC Regis- tered English bulldogs, males. $300 each. Also, 8 month Reg. Duroc Boar $200; and a four year old Cumberland Jenny due to foal March '78, $1500. Sunny Dale Duroc Farm, 918-374- 2328. 2 2tpd FOR SALE -- 1974 Chevy Luv Pickup. 42,000 miles, 5 new tires. Dick-377-1143, ($2.000.00) 2 2tch ii i m SMALL PIANO: Must relo- cate. Party with good credit may assume small monthly payments. Write Credit Manager, 1515 W. Britton, Oklahoma City, Ok. 73120.2t 3-FAMILY GARAGE SALE - Sat., Oct. 15, 8 to 5.4 miles South of Perkins on 177. Avon products, miscel, pd B I B I II YARD SALE--B/W Portable T.V., Rug Frames, Plants and Miscel. Oct. 14 & 15.215 N.E. 1st, Perkins. pd Ill l I II I I Northside Cleaners 372-0644 716 N. Main Stillwater, Okla. Drive-Up Window DRAPES BEA UTIFULL Y CLEANED AND -: FAN-FQLDED WANTED I ii WANTED: Babysitting from 7:30 or 8 a.m. until S p.m. Call 547-2869. Virginia Har- ris. 1,3tc 1 II IJ | BABYSITTING in my home. Ages 2 years & older. 547-2281. 2 2tpd II I I II I Cimarron Country Ballroom Dance Every Saturday Night 9 'til 1 with Cimarron Cowboys Rt. 4 Box 60 II I I l - 7il , "'"' WANTED .=. Help Wanted: Experienced Auto Mech- anic, GM Line preferred. 5% day work week. Paid Vacation. Hospital and Retirement Plan. Apply in Person. FORESEE CHEVROLET- OLDS, Cushing, Okla. 2 4tchg. WANTED: Custodial and Mainten- ance Personnel for Per- kins.Tryon Schools. Apply To: Shelby S. Wyatt, Supt. of Schools, P-T Schools; 547-2425 HELPI If you have Cub Scout uniforms, Wolf Books, Bear Books, or any other supplies, you do not have further use for, the local dens could possibly have those who would buy them if they knew they were available. Please call Yvonne Evans, 54%5072 or 2411. Also there is a need for a den mother if you would like to work with eight boys who are just beginning Cubs. You do not have to have a son in Cubs to be a leader. 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. Alsoto be able to work as individual or in group. Advancement for Aggressive, Hardworking Person Apply in person at office: The Lee Co. 1001 S. Main, Stlllwater, Okla. STILLWATER AUCTION CO. 122 E. 9th 377.3377. Stillwater, Okla. Reservations or Tickets ] 405-624-1201 6 miles South of Stillwate r Stillwater I AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY. I We Buy for Cash Or Sell on Commission J L--N00XrA RONTI[QPuhJugaTI;O?suODeflc'H-I:3Op.m.-- S l 11 ;12"IOFF IO'E L)gM42 74074 "' rllbllllm ' ONE-DAY SERV1CE Garage i I PICK-UP & DELIVERY West on Cemetery on| KnipeSt., Indus. Park ! Phone: 547-2020111 Perki I Frontier Federal Sav!ngs and Loan Associati Ponca City Oklahoma City Tulsa I Enid Stillwater Edmond Bartlesville Cushing , I I I Wardrobe Cleaners 114 W. 8th Ave. Stillwater Phone 372-7022 I Ill t III t Grooms CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC Box 591 372-2884 Stlllwater I I I I II I - III iiiJ 7: I - DR. GARY L. MEYER Chiropractor 372-6919 104 East McEIory Stiflwater, taklahoma FRN1TURE & CARPET 208 W. 19th, STILLWATER FR2-0508 for "good DRINK MIL HUNTS RETURN FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Floyd V. Hunt, Mehan, have recently returned from a two week California vacation. They visited relatives in Tustin and their son, Bill, and his wife Judy who reside in Oceanside. Bill is a Corp. in Court Clerk Report MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS: Charles Hilliard, 20, and Viola Hilliard, 23, both of Stillwater. the United States Marine Fred Eugene Wilson, 28, Corps. stationed in San and Deborah Ann Wilson, Diego. 27, both of Drnmright. They took a scenic cruise, Dale Roger Cussner, 19, visited the San Diego Zoo Cushing, and Virginia Ann and other points of interest Mueggenborg, 17, Yale. before returning home. William Harrison Smith, -0- Jr. 18, and Cindra Dawn Cole, 18, both of Stillwater. Robert Douglas Bailey, 26, and Rose Ann Kanedy, 27, both of Stillwater. 4-H MEETING TO BE HELD OCT. 17 The Perkins-Tryon Jr. and Deborah Gall Fluck vs. Ethelene E. Staley Roger Craig Fluck, Cubbage Theodore E. Staley, & Cubbage Neglect of Duty, JameS Marilyn Sue Gray vs. Springer, Jr. Freeman Floyd Gray, Jr., Mary Catherine Cubbage & Cubbage vs. Gary Hale Ellen Dreucille Baker vs. Cubbage & Cubbage Hinton Ray Baker, Ricprocal Willie Jean Dowdey Linda Kay Kanski vs. James Alex Dowdey, Terry Gene Schroeder, Neglect of Duty, James Reciprocal Springer, Jr. Victoria Joanne Overstreet Sherry Jeanette vs. Michael Eugene Over- vs. Lonnie Boyd street, Extreme Cruelty, Gross Neglect of etc., Charles E. Campbell James M. Springer, Carol Joan Crawford vs. PROBATE Gerald Lee Crawford P.77.170 Will of Vicki C. Carter vs. Steven Higgins, Bird, C. Carter, Thomas, Hert, Hochderffer Anderson & Baker P-77-171 A Margaret Ann White vs. Phyllis W. Akin, Charles David White, Recip- E. Sater rocal. P-77-172 Will of McGavock, John M. P-77-173 Will of Davis, Cubbage Cubbage P-77-174 Adz Lucinda Kathryn Cubbage & Cubbage CIVIL CASES FILth: DIVORCE CASES FILED: Sr. 4-H Clubs will meet (Incompatibility, unless Monday evening, Oct. 17, at otherwise stated) 7 p.m. in the Elementary Elaine Ann Harlan vs. Don School basement. Paul Harlan, Bird, McBride, -o- Anderson r,Rua (a,) t,-7,, PUBLISHER'S COPY SteBeN'o ...................................... of ................ . ............ il the State of .......... . ......................................  hath: hSmidlarim It the  of bin,,, o .....3,9. ................ n7.7.. .... BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Seh. Rim Col, 1. Cash end due from bao ................................................................... C 7 .................... : 2. U.S. Tmaour/ urities .......................................................................... B I t .............................. : 3. ObSptione of other U.S. mment lencies and corporItto,s .............. O 2 E ............................... 4. OblipliOOS of  aM political lullJsldfls ....................................... S 3 [ .......................... 5. Other bonds, natal, Snd debentures .................................... e 4 t: ............................. 6. Corporete stock ............................................................................................................................. 7. Tmdins account seoudties ........................................................................................................... 9. i. Loans, Total (excluding uneerned income) ................................... A b. Lest: Reserve for postibke loan louis ................................ c, Loins, Net ....................................................................................... 10. Direct lease financios .............................................................. I1. Dank promises, furniture and fixturst, and other estate teprestntinll bank premim ............ 12. Real estate owned other than bank prim=yes ............................................. 13. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries end esllx:ieted companieS ............. 14. Customers' liebility to this bank on scceances ostsndlng ....................... 15. Other Isstte ......................................... G 7 ....................................... 16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 1S) ...................................................... Mil. "thou. 93& 1 1 29 2 none S 3 015 4 80 s noP.e 6 none 7 1)00 e 6 157 c IlOl 10 179 11 norle 12 nole 13 n(xle 14 15 16 3ol 7 892 8 533 none nolle 11 785 I1Grle none penal rgae nolle 11 785 ncl%e LIIlUTIES . Ilem Col. 17. Demind deposits of individueds, partnershipl, ind corporations ........ F If A ............. 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnlrlhips, and corporations . F If B+C ................... 19. Depolit of United States Government ............................... F 2 A+B+C ........... 2, Deposits of States lind pohtical subdivisions ........................ F 3 A+O+C ........... 21. Deposits of foreign governments and officiel institutions .......... F 4 A+O+C ............. 22. Deposits of commercial banks ..... F 5+S A+S+C ..... 23. Certified and officers' checks ....................... F 7 A .............. 24. TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 thru 23) ................  ,s,.s l, Total demand deposits .............. F 8 A b, Total time Ind rIvinlls deposits ............ F S O+C 25, Fnderalfundlporchasedandsecuritiessoldunderegresmentltomporehese E 4 ................ 2S. Other liabilities for borrowed money ................................. 27. Mortgage indebtedness ........................................... 28. Acceptances lxecuted by or for account of this hank and olRstandin S ........... 29. Othlr liabilities ..................... H 9 ................................. 30. 'TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated note Ind debantu) 31. Subordinated notes and debentures .................................. E(JITY CAPITAL f 32. Preferred stock ...... I, NO. Ihlres outstlnding nOIl (P value). 33. Common stork . . e, No. ihms authorized 000 b. NO. shims outets.ding 00Q . (Pit value) Surplus ............................................................... Undivided profits ............................................ Reserve for continstncme and other capital reserves ........ .......... norle 32 m. 356 as 35. none 33 as. 1 16 37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) .................. 12 __ 311 38. TOTAL.__ LIABILITIES AND Em of items  .... MEMORANDA 1. AvlrSo for :30 cllendlr delL9 ending with CIII detl: iq98 a. Cish and due from banks (correlpoode to item 1 above) ............ b, Federal funds sold and securities purchestd under agreements to reSell (cornllponds tO item 8 above)  c. Total loans (corresponds to item 91 above) .......................... d. Time deposits of 1100,O00 or mote (correspondl to Memorendl items 3a pue 3b below) 11 710 e, Total depolits (corresponds to item 24 above) .................. State of Wanda Cramer, Tax rant Shell Pipeline CorP. Santa Fe Pipeline tion Co., Money Cubbage & Cubbage In Re; Tyrone Springer, Dec., Exhume Body, torney Lawrence J. ux vs. H. F. Carlisle, Money Judgment, Sater Locall} /m Okla Pest 'A&B Termite Co. -.eOI Phone 372-4934 SILL FARM SUPPLY, INC. SEED--FEF f, Federel funds purchastd ind s4urlties sold under aSresmonts to reposes4 (comMpos to ittm 25 ibove)  __ llitmS for bo mane " to it m IPove nat. 2. Standby lettlrs of credit OUtelIndm41 (is of call dale) ....... 3. Tlma depolite of $100.000 or more (as of Call datl): .Oj l. Time cartificates of deposit io deominations of $100,000 or more 1 h Other time ,--;:_= iO amounts of Sl(]O.0O or morl IIWgAII ... " -./nZ .......................  D/rm,. s,, o/ ............  ................................................... c,- . .......r.. ........................................ ,,: 10-20-10 ........ $1 12-12-12 ....... 34-0-0 .......... 1 18-46-0 ......... 6-24-24 .......... 1 Alfalfa Seed ....... Vetch 887o Germ.." Rye Grass ......... Fescue KY 31 ...... Winter Peas ....... MAlU MAlt Ir IhOII NOTAIYI IIIAL It s,- ,, n  /*- w  ............. lh........a i! ....t.r.._  ........ ,.7'2., u, ,,,, I-- ............................................. '* ........  ................... Seed Oats..cwt .... " A Few of our Bargains Radio Dispatched _ Crushed Rock & Road Aggregates Cement & Sand Reinforcing Rods 372-1885 THEQUAPAW CO. 324 E. 4th. StilJwater Chandler in i i Hoke LUMBERCO.,INC. 218W. 9th STILLWATER 372-2377 I I Don't Forget Our - Full-Time Drug Department .Poze's We have the latest in prescription drugs wit;" fast service | City Plumbing We also carry a com" ! Co., Inc' plete line of brand name ethical 1547.2117,, ,122S. Main drugs sold without prescription ! L.R. RED' POGUE ' along with a large selection of | /lumbing-:-Heang ,vitamins, |, -AiirConditioning Drug & Health Needs - First Aid HARRISON ELECTRIC ALONG WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW CARRIES ...... MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS WITH EASY INSTALLATION FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric LIGHT HOUSE 372-7171 914 S. Main, Stillwater i t I WE CARRY EXCLUSlVEL Y- HALLMARK CARDS, RUSSELL $TOVER II