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|.,,, 'r, Perkins Journal Thursday, October 27, 1977 /:: IIIIil !ii '=':' ......... ,, lille lille WE ' ........... " iil " SHURFINE'WHIPPED "Jl Topping... GIVE ..... " J LARGE HEADS/. ' OZ. Tub gQ :truce EACH ZY" STILWELL FRUIT CALIF. VINE RIPE w, Tomatoes 3.Ssl Cobblers m. zOTz S119 i COLORADO ROME BANQUETTV Chicken, TurkeyorBeef w Apples 3 LBS. FOR $1 Dinners ,,o.. 49' WE HUNT'S TOMATO 1   Catsup .oz.uo 79' 1 We GOLD MEDAL SHURFINE G.PEFRUIT I NuSp'1_ i'll  p, 5LB. BAG Juice ,oz.c,,, 59' tso,,y'e/I riour 69' l,,.-,,,,,li GraDe Paper Towelsi .,oz -- 69' I dnn vANP I I G|nBKC.'S - .,..f t "  I Pork & Beans ! i J D,et.R,te Colc ? 3''cANs-;- i I m l "'up /" o0] Sugar I )/\\; I mt i l.. QUART CARTON 1 3 9 L u 7 t , ,..,o i n, " / I  US DEPOSIT NORTHERN .i ....  ! PAPER'-".,- - ..__ ISHURF/NE ALL GRINDS ! plapKInS t _. - ! l 0000iCoeeee,-:,:5" I .o:o,o.s ,/Plates $-0091 i LIBBY'S NO. 2 CAN 140 Count 59 40 COUNT PKG.  1 ' 9 _ipum-kin 49'J s.--, } ':'/'.?," ti !:*!!:1 .... r", , I -- . [,. POTATO CHIPS | I US" crackers Slglfl Mix r Match. I ..ox 49,[ermnqlesringles !lJ  I PACKER S LABEL I / I I [ J .... .w.,. 0"1 [ F;;,'I I Peas--Corn-- I ":" Oval ! , , BI---L  , ..., I , Green Beans I un z n  J Wg l - . I GALLON JUG 0 7 - l ..... ii M00xed Fryer Parts LB!.39__ J 1 Breasts .-. 89' lJi I 'an*h n''o a"n l  i, Legs & Th.ghs ,,. 65'[ Bac00 :?..t:on I :.Jl   Bar-S ,-li Sausacje I LB.''L 89 I --/..-;, I - i "z'" I i L'Tr' .,css EF;ECTIVE  ., ,.,,,,_,,,  _t:J i t - --;;--,_, .. '--"--- ' I IF ---:':yl 1kit   " W"(P-,,'5",/ - .... il "  __  r  m .  Oct. 27-28-29 ,--1!', / ) I HONE AffiliAiE rOKLA , ,, ' 7 2555 HOMA_ ik, "  ,,Your Friendly S & H.Storei,, !AI. AI_ I mmm JUST A LINE MORE (From Page 1) After being addicted to nicotine for 20 some years and knowing the difficulty in kicking the habit, we can't imagine why anyone would ever want to mess around with drugs. Of course, when you think back real hard and remember the experimental and discovery age of adolescence and young adulthood ages, you can see how it is possible This is the years when the family and community concept pays off -- when standards and morality must be stronger than the competition. It's a great institution, it's just the initiation years into the club that are sometimes difficult. Some can breeze through it easily, and some can't. Those are the ones that need a helping hand and under- standing. Sound Off (From Page 2) the Lord's Prayer in which Tom Eaton Rites William Thomas "Tom" Eaton, who came to the Carney-Tryon area in 1918, died at the Stillwater Nursing Center, Oct. 23, 1977. His funeral was at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Perkins Christian Church The Rev. Bill Breland officiated. Inter- ment, under the direction of Strode Funeral Home, was in the Tryon Cemtery. He was born on Jan. 21, 1887, at Elm Store, Ark., the son of John J. and Luticia Eaton. He married the former Birdie Chester in Elm Store on Oct. 4, 1891. They lived in Arkansas until coming to the local area in 1918, where he farmed. They moved to Perkins in 1968, and then to Stillwater eight years ago. He was a member of the Carney Christian Church. Mrs. Eaton died Nov. 24, 1972. Two sons, Fred Aaron and another in infancy, preceded him in death. RIPLEY ELECTION (From Page 1) All over 3,000 gallons $1.00 per thousand. As presently the loan repayment would be $6.132.00 per or $511.00 per month, paid from revenues from l utility systems. However, the Regional Commission given verbal approval fo additional grant of and when this s gwen approval, it woi repayment rate to $4,595. per year, or a repayment rate of $382.90. If it is determined in future that the rates reduced and still cover costs of repayment of loan and maintenance of system, the Board Trustees will have to adjust the rates ingly. The public informatiO for the benefit of residents so they ma! we literally ask for our daily He is survived by four the facts before the : on Tuesday Nov 1 at bread, daughters, Mrs. Levi (Jew-  .... -. . .. '. * * * * ell) Williams, Stillwater; tr.x, o ulmlngm tt!p!ey. A Ripley cattleman and Mrs. Clarence (Lillian) Ha- ,ne )own oard n,a rancher whose name is also gar, also of Stillwater; Mrs. c,et,cc.aumrlzeUto .a.lm'er'n i] Ripley, Charles Ripley to be Lige (Wilton) Upshaw of s , , . . Perkins; and Mrs. Bill ,or-ix uileartHcuanteCmp)e-tneHa exact, says the weekend rain was worth millions of dollars (Helen) Roche of Oklahoma .... nil ...... ,,i house on me tt to uKtanoma agrlcutlure t. ty ..... right o way ** * * Also surviving is a sister, " " ,, The Tulsa Port of Catoosa Mrs. Helen Holt of Carney; The Board's approva plan to redistrict the to is one of the focal points of seven grandchildren and 11 --,  ..... .4 ...... osed navigation from the Verdi- great-grandchildren. ? ..... ,,,,Uwexsing ' and Arkansas Rivers to -0- not oe mt mree arOStonOa gris of I P vote the Mississippi River. The ....... I YOU ARE INVITED TO peopte lne toaro met,, tonnage in nine month s " t t oneration exceeded 800 000 HARPER'S GARAGE have been advised tha in1977 ' Jim Harper at 507 SE 3rd petition, representing , "-f'h .... St in Perkins is inviting of the legal voters, a, aGree o t e strong points ' . ....... eaU everyone to VIsit their mls to ne anne upon '1 are its grain elevator storage ....... s expansion to more than 1.2 haunted garage on Hallo- OtTh.enUnextrOeieciion, h, ,, Tv,,te,:,. we en night, Monday million bushels; the rise in " " ...... il It fuel oil shipments; and the Harper salid he has been scneume  zor apr ,b0 t fixing up his garage as a when two new increase in product delivery ...... eleCtt ........ " habitat for goblins and other memners wm uc , to me port oy raucar, reports re v, Those no servln a ,, such things for many years. ' g .., --Last. ear, the-ort handled They moved here fromTexas Carothers, chairman, U,e v Kmkade and Marie SnaV a year and a half ago and about 4,000 railcars, many of , ' , which contained rain oro- have continued the practice. -o- - The Harpers have two ducts and heavy fuel oil. . children Michael 7, and THE What this means in terms to , i THE _, rlc Susan 11, who enjoy the ucr p es to the farmer is not ' ' | LIGHT Toucr indicated project, too. Harper works   0 for National Standard at I .Jk ! tContinuedFromPage 1) Stillwater. I want everyone il " that would care to to come by ik   I LIONS CLUB . . and tour the garage. That's t ? ;'i . eY A committee was appoint , l ..... " why 1 do it, ' Harper said. ed to oegin preparations for _ J, "'-, the November 14th Ladies' '[[]C] I WaftS1 Night Banquet. Committee " "--- ii - members are Max Branstet- UNICEF is helping pro- i .... .. ter Shelby Lauener, and mote preventive health care ][ Two businessmen Hurley Blumer for children in developing |pod at a diner for cofla Lions voted to countries in Asia, Africa and i____i/hen the waitress The purchase a $2000 order of Latin America. A dollar can iPeared one of the n' Main Street Christmas de- buy enough vaccine to iplaced his order.  corations The money will be immunize ll children iotherman hesitated, borrowed until funds can be against polio; or 20 children Isa'_ct,'Tllhave coffeev' obtained from business against diphtheria, whoop- ibut make sure the cuP' ' ' r '' n n n in cou h and tetanus, o 66 mclean." , ,eole and resident do a- g g tiGriS, Lionsclub projects and children against tubercu- i A short time ]ater possible assistance from the Iosis. Make your dollar lwaitress appeared 0,:i city. The lights were ordered count; help UNICEF by itwocupsof coffee, v'i Tuesday and will arrive in being a part of UNICEF Day i sorry-- I forgot, wi  time for installation right in Perkins on October 30 at ie-asked-for-ihe cl* after Thanksgiving. The 6:00 at the United Methodist icup? '' order consists of 18 8-foot Church. Call 624-0240 for i **** U! lighted Christmas trees that moreinformation i Amorlcafl i " " ' r Jr" ill g/Ib II h s All Perkins children rote will hang from street g t " Ic;;'';'1""115 along the street from the ested in he!ping are invited fS7.ff73 ' K,11t  north city limits to the south to come Trick or Treat for """'  tv limits. UNICEF. miimmm-,-: / i I I , Bulk Anti -Freeze 5 gals. & up Under 5 gals. i 29 $2 ' ,2 .. .. Bnng Your Own Contatne Pre.Packaged A-F ',. Book Your Wirer Range Cubes NOW! 20-0 Natural Breeder Cubes OCT. PRICE (From our truck to yours) $122To n NO V. PRICE WILL BE $125" ton 'l'ou Own/t. You Operate/t. You Profit from It I# Cimarron Valley Co-op, 547-2700 Perkins, O|