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I News and Ve ws from the Va/ay The Perkins Joumsl Thin'mid, October 19, 1988- PAGE 9 Way It Was Evans red bvm, long a landmark on Perkins' main street, was tom down years, using it/br storage. ago to r.mke room for the construction of Mac's Comer Corral at In 1978 a group of businessmen including Jack Vassar, Dick Heath, Bill of Main and Kenworthy Street. This is the way it appeared before Sasser, Vance Fried, and Frank Spillers began construction on the Mac's torn down. Comer Corral building and leased it to the MacAnally's upon completion, old red barn had been more substantial looking through the years, clearing the old barn out for the construction. The MacAnallys recently moved to Perkins from a farm near Tryon in '.he early pmt of purchased the comer. David Sasser, then a high school student, tore the barn It was last used as a blacksmith shop by Joe Ishmael in the late down. The door, shown hanging in this photo, is used in a display in the ~lnd early 1960s. Vassar Manufacturing owned the barn for many Dave Sasser Memorial Museum in Perkins. Civil Cases Michael D. Focht, 24, and Lisa Fedoris C. Hayden vs. Richard Gay Edwards, 19, both of l~roy Brassfield, money judgement Stillwater for personal injuries, $20,000 Jeffrey Don Morphew, 18, and Crysler Credit Corp. vs GaryChristaJoGarton'19, bothofYal~ Molder, money judgement on ac- Robert Tachera, 23, and Katrina count, $2,032.03 Landers, 20, both of Cushing Herman C. Scott vs. Razook'sJay Don Croft, 24, and Dawn Drug, money judgement for Stad, 24, both of Guthrie negligence, $200,000 Cushing Hospital Authority vs. Probate Jerry L. Mitchell, money judge- Will of Belton L~ Weeks; Jack ment for services, $3,324.84Leebron, attorney Cushing Hospital Authority vs. Divorces Larry D. McDowell, money judge- Joanna Lynn Roach vs. Thomas ment for services, $4,733.96Frank Roach Razook's Drug, rnoney judgement Billy Joe Hornburger vs. Adell for negligence, $200,000 Hornburger Cushing Hospital Authority vs. Carolina Jane Jacob vs. James Jerry L. Mitchell money judge- Ralph Jacob ment for services, $3,324.84Bobble Jo Braswell vs. Tony Cushing Hospital Authority vs. Martin Braswell Larry D. McDowell, money judge- Betty JoExton vs. John Kenneth merit for services, $4,733.96 Exton Ed Meeker's Yamaha vs. Melinda Gaskin vs. Charles L. Yamaha Motors Corp., judicial Gaskin review Marilyn Louise Magby vs. Porter MARRIAGES Gerald M agby Richard Lloyd Rohde, 27, andWanda Lee Burke vs. Timothy Julie Darnel], 20, both of Stillwater Duane Burke I I Country and Western Dance Classes NOTICE Perkins Police Chief Bill Lott Perkins Contuing Education will would like to inform everyone that offer Country and Western Dancing the 911 emergency number DOES classes on Monday, beginning Oct. NOT work in Perkins. Those who 23 through Nov. 27. The six week have emergencies should call the classes will be held from 7:30 to S:30 following numbors. p.m. in the Middle School gym. FIRE -- 547-2412 The cost is $20 per couple. A POLICE- 547-2855 minimum of five couples is needed AMBULANCE -- 372-4171 for the classes. Pre-register by calling the in- structor, Darena Hise at 547-5143 or 547-5317. Perkins Police Report LUNCH MENUS YHO Week Proclaimed s-Tryon Lunch Menus Oct. 23.27 MONDAY nger Chicken Pattie, Seasoned Green Chilled Fruit, Hot Milk TUESDAY ~th Beans, Pickle Spear, Apple Cobbler, WEDNESDAY Smokie Sausages, Mixed Apple- Wedge, Hot Utter, Milk THURSDAY Burgers, tlot Carrot Stick. Fruit, A n official proclaimation, signed by Oklahoma Governor Henry Bellmon during a ceremony in the Blue Room of the State Capitol, designates the week of Oct. 15-21 as "Young Homemakers of Oklahoma Week. ' During YHO Week, members of the Perkins YHO chapter will join 69 chapters and 1,038 members across the state in fund raising ac- tivities such as food sales, tennis tournaments, craft auctions, garage sales and car washes. A portion of the proceeds from FRIDAY Krispie/Tartar Sauce, aunds, Cole Slaw, Fruit ..................... l~und~ activities will be donated to the YHO state project, the Ronald McDonald House. The Ronald McDonald House is a temporary residence for the parents and families of children b~ ing treated for a serious illness. YHO will donate housekeeping items, cleaning materials, paper products and food items. YHO is a statewide, nonprofit organization formed in 1970 for educational purposes with par- ticular emphasis on homemaking. It is an integral part of the adult education program offered by the florae Economics Division of the State Department of Vocational and Technical EductiorL Menus This is the ninth year the chapters have undertaken common, statewide projects and had an of- ficial week set aside. State YHO officers include Kay Porter, Agra, president; Klayn Ann Hitt, Rush Springs, president~lect; Sandy Whittall, Union City, southeast district vice president; Linda Oldham, Marlow, southwest district vice president; Carolyn Martin, Oaks, parliamentariarL Rita Richmond, LeFlore, southeast district vice president; F lorene Taylor. Perkins, reporter; Donna Gilliam, Meeker, central district vice president; and Terri Grove, Union City, north district vice president. Virginia Sasser, Stillwater, serves as state YHO adviser. Oct. 23-27 MO NDA Y Chocolate Milk TUESDAY Creamed Potatoes, Milk Pizza, Tossed Salad, Milk THURSDAY Hamburger Patty, Potatoes. English Peas, Milk FRIDAY Tossed Salad, Cheese Chocolate Milk School Menus Oct. 23.27 BREAKFAST MONDAY Peanut Butter Cups, Sliced Peaches, Milk TUESDAY Nut Buttered Half Banana, Milk Beef Gravy, Buttered Jelly, Butter/Honey, THURSDAY Frtlit Cups, Milk IDAY * $ $ $ $ LUNCH MONDAY Nachos, Garden Salad, Bars, Milk TUESDAY Chunks, French Fries, Crackers, Banana Milk i Buttered Potatoes, cans, Hot Rolls, Half Peach, Milk Supreme, Let- ~/Ptcldes, Onion sties Crunch Bar, Milk Served Dail~ On Bar '~CIIo01. FRIDA Y 71'..dCill~J~ C()Nlq;J(ENCI.~ Oct. 8 ~-Worked disturbance; was able to resolve matters v, Motorist assisted; jump started vehicle for subject ,-Responded to possible heart at- tack; subject was transported to SMC ~,Report of vehicle driving in reckless manner on 7th; GOA ,-'Subject was parked in Park; advised him to move on Oct. 9 v'Lock-out at school; opened vehicle ~Talked to subject in reference to problem between him and a sub- ject's parents; got matter solved ~. Report of possible inu)x~cated person around Pawn Shop; subject had left and was later picked up in Lincoln County ~,Helped subject look for his daughter; was later located at friend's residence Oct. 10 ~, Worked non-injury accident ~-Worked vandalism case Oct. 11 ~Worked forgery case; charge filed ~Unlocked ear for subject ~-Eseorted Carney ambulance through town enroute to SMC Oct. 12 ~, Checked on vehicle in ditch south of Perkins; no one around vehicle, eontacated PCSO ~Visited with class of children at Head Start ~-Arrested subject for driving under suspension ~Picked up run-away from Payne County Youth Shelter; transported her back Oct. 13 ,,'Lincoln County advised to watch for small car with3 males for using stolen credit cards; never COMMISSIONERS LAND OFFICE State of Oklahoma FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT DIVISION (405) 843-9962 OR WRITE TO: Commissioners of the Land Office Real Estate Management Division P.O. Box 26910 Oklahoma City, OK 73126 showed ,-Worked report of drunk driver around town; located vehicle in front of a residence; vehicle did not leave again -Worked break-in on 4th Street ~,Talked to cashier at conve- nience store about skate boarders causing trouble ,-Was advised that Lincoln County units were in pursuit head- ed north towards Perkins; subject was stopped before reaching Perkins ,~ Ran kids off from 4th Street; had complaints they were making loud noises -Worked a break-in v-Aesiste~i PCSO o~ ~non-injury accident Oct. 14 ~-Follow-up on break-in ,'Assisted Round-up Club get- ting steer back in pen v, Talked to subject in reference to custody problem; got matter resolved ~-Found open door; owner con- tacted and he came down and secured it HAVE NEWSI Call the Journal Office. 547-2411 Furnitu Welcomes Everyone TO The 68th Annual Old Settlers Day & Harvest Festival we Invite Everyone To Drop In and ViSit With US While You're In Perkins II III ............... I (]t~)d 10," you lblks ~ho arc i)urcha.qng the things you need here al home. Whal you're doing ix sm:ua becau~ buying k~.'ally help~ our economy...n|:tkes a difference. Dollar~ .~l~nt witi~ ihK town's merchants stay here. They don't drift to Maine or Oregon. And whcn's the last time people in those places showed up tO help put Otll a local lire or kicked in tO send the band to a fcslivar? Give this town the husines, Pester ils ~~d LOCATED 12 MINUTES SOUTH. OF STILl, WATER ON HWY. 177. 100 N. Main Perkln~ ,547-2109 t~ww~v . Oft t~,~tV J.R. & Modne Be~lm~ rcl:tilcr~ I~Jr your ~,l~t~:s, shirts, groceries, home funfishings--cverylhing you n~d or want. Let you r neighbor deliver, not the postal service or some stranger in a brown truck. Get what you need today withoul waiting for weeks. And aboutsaving live cents on bananas at that big The ~lorc twenty miles away, tharsjust...well. Perkins a bunch of bananas. Journal ^ ,,,, 54 7- 2411 $