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8-]he Perkins Journal Thursday, October 20, 1977 The Journal Classified Section PHONE: 547-2411 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES 10 cents a word-lst insertion ($1.00 Minimum) 9 cents a word each successive insertion (75 tents minimum) We accept telephone ads but must charge 50 cents billing charge for non-ledger accounts. Card of Thanks-S1.50 Deadline- 3 p.mTuesday Phone 405-547-2411 R I I II I FOR SALE i FOR SALE -- "71" Lincoln- Classic-Excellent Shape - 2 dr Landau $1,550. or best offer. 547-2477, 547-2742. new tires. Dick-377-1143, ($2,000.00) 2 2tch JII Rabies, Distemper, Hepatitis Vaccines and other supplies for your pet are now available at Perkins Drug.2 tf ..... ii i I I GARAGE SALE i 3-FAMILY YARD SALE-- Men's, Women's and Chil- dren's Clothing, Hair Dryer, Wigs, Hanging Lamp and many more good items. Fri. I to 5 and Saturday 8 to 5. 5+20 N.E. 6th. i _ YARD SALE - 3 days, Oct. 20, 21, 22 at 103 S.W. 3rd. 9 .. to 5. Clothes, Polaroid FOR SALE -- 3 yr. old Red Camera, bed spreads, miniature Dachsund. $35. drapes, knickknacks, dishes, not spayed. Good with radio, flowers, shoes, purses children. After six 547-2039. -Just everything. Mary Bur- chett. FOR 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 Lost LOST -- Purse, which contains among other things a pair of glasses which are needed. 547-2273. SMALL PIANO: Must relo- cate. Party with good credit ma) assume small monthly payments. Write Credit Manager, 1515 W. Britton, Oklahoma City, Ok. 73120.2t ii i i i iii FOR SALE +- 1974 Chevy Luv Pickup. 42,000 miles, 5 ! Northside Cleaners 372-0644 716 N. Main StiUwater, Okla. Drive-Up Window DRAPES BEA UTIFUI.Z Y CLEANED AND . FAN-FOLDED Cimarron Country Ballroom Dance Every Saturday Night 9 'til 1 with Cimarron Cowboys Reservations or Tickets Rt. 4 Box 60 405-024-1201 6 miles South of Stillwater Stillwater JOB PRINTING II WE CAN TAKE CARE OF Your Business Card, Magnetic Signs, Wedding Stationary- Needs. The Perkins Journal. WANTED WANTED -- Houseclean- ing. Virginia Budzene. 547- 5006. ltpd l I II WANTED: Babysitting from 7:30 or 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Call 547-2869. Virginia Har- ris. 1 3tc | I BABYSITTING in my home. Ages 2 years & older. 547-2281. 2 2tpd I NEED TO HIRE NURSERY WORKER at Baptist Church. Must be mature, responsible woman who enjoys small children. Call for information and appointment. 547.2807 or 547-2026 after 6 p.m. in evenings. 3 2re u Ill WANTED: Custodial and Mainten- ance Personnel for Per- kins-Tryon Schools. Apply To: Shelby S. Wyatt, Supt. of Schools, P-T Schools; 547-2425 Crushed Rock & Road Aggregates Cement & Sand Reinforcing Rods 372-1885 HELP WAITEI) + Help Wanted: Experienced Auto Mech- Perkins receives $7237 park grant Mayor DeWayne Moser anic, GM Line preferred., 'eceived a check for $7,237. 5tA day work week. Paid i 15, which is a Bureau of Vacation. Hospital and I 3utdoor Recreation Grant to Retirement Plan. Apply in I be used in the Perkins park Person. I project. According to city FORESEE CHEVROLET- I clerk Elizabeth Wise, ap- OLDS, Cushing, Okla. I proximately $30,000 has 2 4tchg. I been used to bring the park located just south of the rodeo grounds, to its present GOOD CHEER CLUB condition. The Good Cheer Club met -0- Friday Oct. 14 at the home of Effie Emerson with Winnie Moser and Effie Emerson as hostesses. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. The tables were decorated with orange can- dles and pumpkins. Pumpkin .and black ,'at lights were other decorations. We were so glad to have Daisy Holbrook with us. She had been unable to attend for some time. The meeting was called to order by President Maurine Riggs. The devotional was given by Winnie Moser. Effie Emerson also gave a devotional reading and a prayer. The Flag Salute was repeated in unison. Get Well cards were mgned to send to Nora Holbrook and Bob Jordan. Penny Prize was won by Margaret Graves. Those present were Vera Jarvis, Daisy Holbrook, Alice Clark, Maurine Riggs, Mar- garet Graves, Alice Cundiff, Bernice Jordan, Sylvia Mo- ser, Effie Emerson, Winnie Moser and one guest Grace Hudgens. The next meeting will be Nov. 11 at IXL Community Building with Margaret Graves and Maurine Riggs as hostesses. -0- Bowyer's Garage West on Cemetery on Knipe St., Indus. Park Hake LUMBER CO., INC. 218 W. 9th STILLWATER 372.2377 :+ - ' "' THE QUAPAW CO. Stillwater POST OFFIC'E BOX 842" --  LocallyOwned&OperatedTREES_SHRUBS MII.I+WATER, OKLAHOMA 74074 PESTCONTRO PRETREATING I We Hove Moved M,=. Oki, P,t C,.,ol X,.,. . _ ___--. _ GAGE I Kerns A & B Golciseal .... Termites ] WESIERN STORE i TermiteCo. Construction Co, "rex w CaU" R-.. ............ fl BOOTS HATS--JEANS I Phone Ajer5 I I 1805 S. Perklns Rd. 3z29 .... 54;,-266o+ *** I 115W 7th ' Stillwater| ................ Free Estimates +1 372-3338 ' CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC l andlnspections I -- '++ , -_-_'___ Since 1932 I ONE-DAY SERVICE | ttome Owned& Operated PICK-UP & DELIVERY ! Tree&Shrub /Wardrobe Box 591 372-2884 I Spraying | _,  | l t, leonors z, i I A&M Termite Co. I 114 w. 8th Ave. , (1 I Stillwoter ... ++. 3,7.2-2526 _I Stillwater | , , ............ i,m Phone 372-7,0,22 | +' DR GARY L. MEYER i I .. 00..,rooms Ch,ropro0000,:-r II ' 1 1208 W lqth STll IWATER 104 East McEIory I I F-' " " " 0 I I R2-008 Stillwater, k/ahoma I l+- + for "goodness" . ' sake... DRINK I MIL.K GOL0 OT M [g iS the wllOll$otnt, htolth''!, " ' ''+ tln itlk t0 kids of o Oge' ' , there't, plenty on ham o, hey .14M Io*s tc kll9 uO r0[D SP0f MILK! I Frontier Federal Savings and Loan Assodatiod Ponca City Oklahoma City Tulsa Emd Sbllwater Edmond Bartleswlle Cushing I I M I I CECIL SHARPS HAVE GUESTS Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sharp last week were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kelly and daughter from Gotebo, Okla. Littk Crystal LaDawn spent week with her grandparents. This week's guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sharp and daughter from Weather- ford, Oklahoma. -0- Com,t , lerk Repo CIVIL CASES FILED: Joe Meredith Price vs. Robert Rosiere, Money Judgment, Charles E. Daniel Gibble Oil Co. vs. Billie Hampton, Money Judgment, Charles E. Daniel 1st Bank & Trust vs. Ralph Dale Wikel, Money Judg- merit, Murphy & Murphy 1st Nat'l. Bank vs. James Caldwell', Money Judgment, Bird, McBride, Hochderffer ISC Financial House vs. Robert G. Moore, Money Judgment, J. Stewart Ar- thurs W. W. Grainger, Inc. vs. Conrad Jones, Money Judg- ment, Ungerman, Ungerman et al PROBATES FILED: P-77-175 Will of Anna Elizabeth Stone, Grubbs & Wileoxon P-77-176 J D of Death of Joan Eloise Poweli, Ever- ett Berry Town Board interviews engineer at Tuesday night meeting The Perkins Town Board homa City. met Tuesday night in a Present for the meeting reconvened session to inter- were Mayor Moser, council- view Poe and Associates men Larry Moorman and engineering firm as a Bud Redus, Bob Echols and prospective engineering firm Pat Conally representing to take the city through the COED, Bob Williams of Poe three phases required to and Associates and Bob complete sewer require- Evans of The Perkins ments by the year 1982. Journal. It was decided to also Mayor Moser adjourned interview at least two other the meeting to meet again engineering firms before for the regular meeting, making a decision. Monday, November 7, un- It was announced that less a special meeting is Coundlman Bud Redus will called before that time by represent Perkins at a posting a public notice in the pre-application hearing with city office 36 hours prior to the State Health Department the meeting designating the Wednesday (today) at Okla- subject to be discussed. +o , , % MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Keith Verl Kennedy, 47, and Wilma Laura Murdock, 38, both of Page, Nebraska. Michael Duane Canamare, 27, Stillwater, and Monica+ Flaiban, 27, Massapequa, New York Jimmy Davis, 20, Coyle, Okla. and Dianne Sue Mills, 18, Guthrie. Alan David Towle, 28, and Denise Phillips, 22, both of Stillwater. Robert Allen Ringdahl, 22, Fort Bliss, Texas, and Jo Ann Dick, 21, Stillwater. Jeffrey Wayne Yeargin, 28, Stillwater, and Deborah Jean Harman, 21, Tulsa William Carl Busch, Jr., 21, and Jackie Marie Hill, 18, both of Tulsa. Scott Wayne Painton, 28, and Chih-Duen Chao Chi, 27, both of Stillwater. Gilbert Jack Hutchinson, 41, Cherokee, and Georgina Eileen Green, 20, Garden City, Kansas. Carl Lynn West, 28, and Freda Darlene Fine, 27, both of Coyle. DIVORCES FILED: (Incompatibility, unless otherwise stated) Sherri Lynn Glover vs. William David Glover, Bird, McBride, Hochderffer. Gerald F. Kyle vs. Lois K. Kyle, Bird, McBride, Hoch- derffer. Deborah Gall Fluck vs. Roger Craig Fluck, & Cubbage. Charles R. Gall E. McPike Patricia Ann DaY Charles Gilbert Da Neglect of Duty, Springer, Jr. Martha Helen vs. Donald Gene Extreme Cruelty, Bride, Hochdeffer Patricia Ann Keith Brown Maintenance, Draper, Jr. Karen Lee Rich vs, Leslie Rich, Separate tenance, Thomas, Anderson & Baker. _ Clerk & attend school  City Clerk Elizabeth and City Treasurer Sager attended a iConference for !Clerks and Treasure Oklahoma State last week, October 12, 14. Some of the topics include: Cash Flow Methods", and Fire Pension Update; Discussion of hue Sharing; "Training Certification", and Legal Assistance jeer", "Public and "Time Management' -0-  STILLWATER AUCTION 122 E. 9th 377.3377 - Stillwater, Okla. AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY 7:30 P.M. We Buy for Cash Or Sell on Cc Ralph J. Jacob, Owner --NEXT ANTIQUE A UCTION- Sun. Dee. I I-I.'30 p "in' Don'l be a lel Mrs. Martha Gray will be 98 Thursday, Oct. 20. Mrs. | Gray came to the Ripley area years ago, moving to 1 Perkins in 1925 and has lived here since except for a year in Texas and a year on the farm. Her son, Ralph   Gray, informed The Journal of the birthday. !! SALES .2 '-+:""+ REPAIRS j +.+ ,,,, ++ ] -. "AE,=_ , s,,ei;,,wc *,. 2 "" I I I ,+++ I "Airtightness" is an important part of I so++ ene++ on+ mono+. W00en +oo, , = fireplace is not being used, the damper Liesurly shopping in park-like atmosphere[ I . should be tightly closed to prevent PARTSsKIRTING - AIR CONDITIONERsINSURANCE i ,, the chimney from drawing heated or I i cooled air from the house. ComF/ete Inventory For Mobile Home Repairs " i rn.e m.rJ-na"' El Good fitting storm windows and doors Bill Fr,mkli save energy, too. Anything you can Moblle.meowmHomes Ii ' do to cut down escaping air that you Earl Brylmt We install or you can do it yourself. I pay to heat or cool makes sense and I saves dollars. Its" worth the effort. 1/20 l  Stillwater ON HIWAY $1 EAST I Today, it"s the lazy homeowner who wastes energy. HARRISON ELECTRIC Electricity is too good ALONG WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW t 0 wste ! CARRIES ...... Pa'd for by EC Members MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS WITH EASY - INSTALLATION CENTRAL RURAL FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric . D. J. "Ueke" Cooper, Mgr., Stwat, : i LIGHT HOUSE 372.7171 q14 S. Main. Stillwater I I II Ill