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PAGE 6 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 15, 1984 NILE$ ACCOUNTING LEGAL NOTICE SERVICES (Published in The Perkins COMING SOON--WATCH FOR Journal, Thursday, November Computer,zedBookkeeping 15 1984 1 time) ttSO Years of Hunting and Fishin --- and Billing ' " ---- State and Federal Taxes NOTICE OF SALE OF DEADLINE 12 NOON ..... RENT~kLS- .......... t355 /~=nParatin547-2~:~)] OIL AND GAS LEASE with. the Old Timer."_ TUESDAY F()-R- -R-E-] T---C )untry ODD JOBS Notice is hereby given that Non-Commercial Ads Are FREE! living with town DONE[ the Board of Education of AIIHIklI:g Inn. Perkins-Tryon School (A collectmn of true.stones from ii Commercial Ad-20c word benefits. Verkins-Tryon ,Yaldwork --...-~ ......... District, #I-56, PayneCounty, "FIELD & STREAM" m book form t [$2 minimum charge] school district. 3 bdrm,* Housework IRING State of Oklahoma, will offer $1.00 billing charge for 1~ bath, 2 car garage. *Window Washing Reservationists, for sale and sell to the highest Handle .Perdue, Outdoor Editor, non-ledger accounts. Total electric. $350 * Car Wash/Wax/Vacuum stnwm~mGm and ground and best bidder by sealed bids FREE! ! FREE!! FREE I ! month plus $150 deposit.* Carpentry/Construction crow pmitlom available, oil and gas mining lease upon Stlllwater NewsPress Painting Call 1-619.569-6315 }or the following described (all proceeds go to the Oklahoma Non-Commercial Want Call 547-2971 (ask for Call S47-2704 details. 24 hrs. b-3, premises situated in Payne Ads in The Journal Mary) or 547-2762 (after County, State of Oklahoma, Wildlife Federation) 5:30 & weekends). 7-2 . wit: I I Family The Northwest Quarter of --An excellent Christmas Gift-- FOR SALE FO~n~ | HELP WANTED I A--liance the Southeast Quarter MARRIAGE GOING house in Perkins. [ Secretary / [JIJ (NW/4 SE/4) and the South Sanborn Chapter, Izaak Walton League of Ameri 'i DOWN THE DRAIN? Try 547-2167-between 8 & 5.7 Serwce Half of the Southeast P.O. Box 544, Stdlwater, OK 74076 {405) 624 a Waterbed! WATERBED F~0R~rm_ ~]ood grammar an4 Quarter (S/2 SE/4) of Sec- ~ypingskills, 70w.p.m.| ~'~t ~Ji"r tion Thirty-One (31),WEBELOS HAVE ~ ! Stillwater.ROOM' 1911phoneN. Boomer,405.372. mobile home in country.[machine transcription| -\-"~. .... s" Township Eighteen {18) 090C tfc547-2167 7 [willing to accepq ~. ~,p~llances North, Range Three (3)FAMILY NIGHT | D , /i STOI~ SMOKING-~vith i~'()-R-RE-NT~--7~' ~esponsibiHty; availabl~ t~atl t'a~ Decry East of the Indian Mort- The Webelos Den One ~47 r)OA9 dian, LESS AND EX- I- G Dave Goodrich Real of Pack 65 of Tryon met Stop Easy Gum. mobile home. 3 bdrm, 2|mmediately salar3~ ~-x,'~u-ffi~ CEPT the North Five (5) .......... I 2055. Main Stillwater 3 Available at Perkins bath, locatedin country. [negotiable. Contact[ ~ acres of the Southeast wlcn cne]r zammes | ....... " -. ~_- _~'__ Drug. $6.99. 2tfc Call owner at [Mrs. Ore Morgan, Ad| ~ Quarter of the Southeast Wednesday night, | ~ -- ........ 405 53 /82. 7 ~nin. Ass't, Indian Mort| ~ Quarter (SE/4 SE/4) of said November 7, 1984, for a | Dave says, | ~iian Vo-Tech School] ---- ~ Section Thirty-One (31), dinner and presentation | " " ~'~z-~ | FO--R--RE-NT~-~I-obile [1312 South Sangre[ ~" ~~ Township Eighteen (18) FoR-SA~~- home in Perkins. 2 bed., [Road, Stillwater, OK[ i~ ~ North, Range Three (3) of awards earned. The | "Come in ~f1~ / East. meeting was opened by n ' wood. $30 a rick. Delivery w/dryer, storage bldg., V4074, 405.377-3333| I and Let's 1 available. 547-5137. 6-4* $235 plus $100 deposit. [EQUAL OPPORTUNIT~! ~ ~ upon the following terms and the Webelos presenting EMPLOYER , / ~1[ ~ ~ conditions: the Colors and the Pledge | Talk Turkey." ' F()R-s -E laer 547-2807. 6 [ it ~:/~i The successful bidder will of Allegiance. The tables | I! I Bc~tle, good rtmrdng con- FOR--RE--NT---MobHe ~h ~!~}~r indicate the number of dollars were festively decorated I 11 I I ~ ~r-~ /~B'~ per acre as a cash bonus, dition. $1,000 or best of- home, 3bedrmfurnished HELP WANTED ;on/J J payable upon acceptance of with fall leaves, pump | Jt | for. 547-2977 6 w/privatelot&Ioutbldg WANT-E-D~Reiief-bess '""1 ~ J tbebid: king, and nuts. I' ,~ Ji~ F-()R sA-LE --Firewood & fenced in dog pen. drivers for Perkins | i A royalty of not less than Following the delicious [ REDUCEDFORC JICKSALEllThisiso Iovelyhom, | /J I three/sixteenths (3/16) of all dinner, Judy Collins sum- | blocks from downtown ~e~kins. It has o lathe cot ] (split oak) $35 rick, 547-2446 or 547-2491. 6 Campus. Contact Supt.'s | ~~ ~t, I~ off.', gas and other minerals marized the activities | with o seo . to/g? | delivered. 547-2231 after FOR RENT--F -nished office - 547-2172 or Grog Kuykendall produced and saved from said already covered and | o coz ep oc , central heat o do r, roo, 6pro. 7-2 trailer between Perkins Bus Barn- 547-5032. I [p ]u land; ., F-oI{--sA-L-E~ner and Cushing. $200 per Equal Opportunity Said lease to be for a term presented the actw]t]es'" I ~thut yroom Lorgeyordwith hugepecon s camore~~v0epecon, sycamC ~ . a ... of one (1) year and as long I snaae -ees~ezewoy to 2-car garage. ~:- ~ ~z, planned for the next few | PEACE AND OUlETl|lih~s ~s wh~'t you,,viii find- ;hi t~n~._ t~ pigs -10 wks.-$30 each. 3 month plus utilities.Employer 7-2 |mot hnFFnr l thereafter as oil, gas or other ' me~ w months. I tric 3 bedroom home~fficient w;th ex~ boars, 1 gilt ,left. Reference & deposit re--NU RSING--i O dES- In;]iOI UULLUI, minerals may be produced in ~o, ....... ~' .............. Imying quantities; Carol Spaulding then I fion and thermostat co~t oL wind'tu=bine, plenty of~ SUyVI~ (918)374-2416 Tryon. uKu _ed. 547-5140 4 Early Autumn's Group I Will Be at .... Other terms and conditions presented the Scouts | svcbosplv y andpeoch, Large ~encedtg~r~ndcm Also- FREE KITTENS RE-ALE-S-~TE .... Home for the Elderly has ni r :___ shall be those set forth in the with their awards. These | ~~ed % way between 'e~ g This is on a ~/~ acre lot Located % way between P great- Se 0 Clt zc. -7 wks. , 7 FOfi-SAi~E~ F~rd F0-~6oacres opening for new resident. _ lease form provided by the. -- I Stillwater~mtment to see ~his c~111 .;o,.. grassland for sale on Home living without Center Board of Education, acopyof awaras were presented to........ la MY .................... BLUE ~ o cufie.~ Oneo~ Perkins~'iS~'"~ D 114 E Kwk which may be obtained from one mnowmg Days: ttan- I priced i.be Iow$Sffs. oodso woHpope and ffesb~' ~_',~ , ~T alT~ pickup, needs work. Shell good road 1 mile South & worrys or respon- . , ...... the Superintendent's Office at dy Bennett, son of Mr. I cantwd ready to It h~ 3'bedrooms, t Camper, Good. Both West of Perkins. 2sibilities. 377-2439 or Tues., Nov. 20 Second and Thomas, Per- and Mrs. Tom Hinkle, I a roam and co y ireplace in li ! atlaro Th~s Is oil electric and sets on alar e lot on col de s0~ ./Ik]fred $600. 466-2422. Bill ponds. Call 547-2458 7 377-8938 Stillwater 7 from 9 a m to~' noonking, Oklahoma. Sportsman; Thomas I TW~lectric o~dsets on alo~ge'lot on cv-I~de- ~,~,/k] Spencer. 7 F-GR-S~-~D---~r Do~" F~0R-SALE---~Nice--1-9~84 CAR-D--0--F~ANKS--I ^..-:--" " o_ ,'k----L , ,-- theAllenvelopebidsmuStcontainingbesealedandsuch Spaulding, son of Mr. I ~t ,s o ~ow,ng ~mib'. C~!~ Calif double wide "mobile would like to thank Fre~)?~a~'~a~i~'~-~p bid clearly marked Oil and and Mrs. Doyle ~ ~.........~:f Lat $100. 547-2991 7 ' esse home. 3 bdrm, 2 full everyone for all their " ~' Gas LeaseBid All bidsmust Spaulding, Citizenship, FOR--SA-L--E~ene baths, fireplace, ceiling prayers, kind deeds, Free Electronic Hearing Test be received by the Superinten- Artist, Showman, IMVERSONA~lexas. Heating Stove, 10,000fan, all appliances, 1,740 phone calls, card, flowers dent at Perkins-Tryon Public Naturalist, and Sports- community in which they OFFIC -o- Schools, Perkins, Okla- BTU. $160. 2 end tables sq. ft., on I acres ofand visits while I was in ~/~ homa. on or before the 3rd day man; Matthew Collins, lived and worked for so KINGFISH - $15 each Portable bar - land with pecan trees and the hospital and since ~'~f'./~/ ~ of December, 1984, at 5:00 son of Mr. and Mrs. manyyears. 22.yearoldOk~4~l[~0.11 Rit : 20. 547-2150 7 storm cellar. 3 miles I've come home. ] p.m. or the same will be re- Frank Collins, Citizen- A paid director is on wasjailed0ns l l on south of Perkins on 177. Everything was deeply ,/ jeered and returned to bidder ship, Showman, and duty and organizes the impersonating re! Monte Carlo diesel, AM- $45,000. 547-5076 appreciated. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE unopened. . Sportsman; Scott various activities. Some off]ce r.hetl T " 514 W. Broadway Dated this 14th day of FM 8-track stereo, cruise anytime. 7 Betty Stanton, Tryon Enid, Oklahoma 73701 November, 1984. Robertson. son of Mrs.of the projects and two Kin ish ,-were ' control, rear window bedroom CA ()F-THtkN-KS ..... (,0s)23, ,68 BOARD OF EDUCATION Sue Robertson S-arts-classes include Painting: boys, 18 and a , , ' - . - -- -" --- _-.. .m,uvemm defogger - $5500. w/garage. $39,500 beforeMy thanks to everyone " - PERKINS-TRYON man; and Keith Mills, u] s and Acryhcs represented hi lir Ch SCHOOL DISTRICT, 1-56 son of Mr. and Mrs (November 19- Decem- o ff!cer\ He e wit] F-()R-- S 547"5076 anytime. 7-2 F-OIt-- S-A--LE 1969Nov" 30. 547-5414 6-4* behalffr thewhilePrayersi wasinin themY MEHANMEsSAGEsUNION STATEOFPAYNEoFOKLAHoMACOUNTY' Larry Mills, Citizenship her 17 classes); Pottery: guard now nffi, hospital; also for the By Larry Eslinger -s-Dr. John Doyle, President and Sportsman. Instruction in Hand wood stove with 8' of tri- Princess Mobile home, cards and -- - ATTEST: The meeting closed with Building Techniques and tion police lig nria pie wall pipe and all in- 12'x65' on five acres calls. To Ors. Therewere Superintendent ceremony, highlighted by (November 30 - Decem- ricers point oe itFun r stallation accessories, w/pond. Carney city The Lord i9 -s-Dr. Larry R. Gill* ) an impressive flag Throwing on the Wheel car, agrarian ,1 tl e-- 624-7512 7-2 limits. $14,000. 356-27926 own h d Honska and Sunday and two came -o- a reading about the flag her 28); Sculpture: In- personating T ito all the nurses who were forward for prayer, while it was spotlighted troduction to 3 Dimen- has been a di Patch Dolls--Come on out so good to me, I am most T .................... " . a to the Cimarron GIVF AWAY grateful, ne ttevwal for 1984 is HAND The audience then joined smnal Forms (November o " h d "' Ballroom Flea Market FR E- -Beau- -u|--l it-God's Love and Minenow history; and 5 deci- DAVENPORT Lin hands and sang, God 20- December 18), and theVerr.y an = ]3o stuns were made for the .... -~ ~ Bless America." Weaving: Learning to area, and such~'in Tr this weekend and get tens. Good with children, Ferne Wright ........ , cam uouncy s omesc Lora. rrmse rue Lord .......... O- Warp a Loom and cause regular and: ... ... __ voter, donn ~ole, IUZ, that doll for Xmas. All for farm or home. cmn oz ovemoer " H ART Familiarization with ricers proble h" ' ...... voted at the Carney cityCUE ING ........ wit.h tha n.hli~'_~ .... hand-made with plastic 547-2262 7-2 NOTICE ann tlnangsglvlng are Basic Weawng Terms w~th the pub~ .... _, . , hall. Ihs wife, Stella, 91, CENTER ACTIVE with the pub.t~ ,,~ faces. 743-2664 7-1" FR~u~vea-w--a~ Own your own Jean- ~=nk:Svi~U~o~nUa, also voted. Cole is a The Lachenme,,er (November 29- Decem- _ ...... __'~- ~ C,-,-,* Sportswear, Ladies Ap- a R ..... FOR SALE--PV - V' 2 orange striped kittens, pareL Combination, Ae- . ,. urn-lifelong Republican, and Creative A-'- .... r her 27) PRISONER - r~ ~n~e nag " . KiNGFiSltlq~_~..war~ work bench, heavy duty approximately 3V~ eeseod~LargeSizesto~.~ov~emnm[~;187:tnoay, cast his first ballot in been active -lace i's Evening classes m- KINGFISI41~I]~... c k s rl~ or~nin~ a few months clude Pottery (November 29 year-0]dOk~? ~o with vise- $75. Like neWset,of car ramps - $15. 'mnths old. 547-51927-2 Chic, Lee, levl, Vanderbllt, Nationnibrands: Jordache, P.m. Everyone'is " v eab: v 1904 for Teddy Roose- e, nd rill ~..o,. 29- December 27); Pmn-" was found dde v" lzod, Esprit, Brittania,.~ ........ " velt, the Republicancan- _~, ........... c.n.ntv i~il ai~ll~..~ " family ~unuay WIU De 20' boys bike- $30. Call LOST--Pointer, answers Calvin Klein, Serglo .... didate, who was elected residents are invited to ring (as described in day county jail. a0 ar I] Valente, Evan Picone,=X~nm~.Unaa~Yl~..;;manmg' his second term that par i "t clpate in the various" classes);_ and Drawing~ml~.~30hai~in~aa.m., 30 rninU 547-2143 6 to Buck Shot. Lemonand Clalborne, Members Only, m~gl g. .,: , "." year. Last Tuesday .ctiultio It (November 20 janer nan F0-R- --L tres white hunter dog. Organically Grown, tne youcn wm De in marked the 20th presi- as ...................... a part of the Cushing December 18). ,some v P175/80 RI3 all season Reward. Last seen 6 Henithtex, 900 others, charge. There arechildrensfee. The steel belted radials - miles east on River Road. $7,900 to $24,900, jnven- Even though the chill dential election in which Youth Center, at 800 S. afternoon classes intied his shirt $100. 800 W. Freeman6 547-2040 7-2 FOR SALE--1 - 8'x2' RECIPES round stock tank and 1 - Anybody have a good 6'x2' round stock tank. recipe for apple butter? Call 547-5032or 377-7150 Please call 547-2812.7-2 " 6 FOR SALE--ON Ford tractor. Call 547-5032 or SERVICES 377-7150 6 P I-A-N()- Tuning and FOR SALE--BIk & wht Repair. Jeannie Jacks. 19" TV-$50; Whirlpool Tuner Tech. Eveningm builtin dishwasher-S25:372-1104 or 372-5511.50tf Harmony Uke with case $25. All real nice. 547-2504 6 , . NEED A PLUMBER? Call 'S/Parkel Pogue's City Plumbing Pest - -'r-I /co. 547-2117 or 918-225. . I[w?flT U J4494. L. R. 'Red' Pogue' /ermite--goacnes Jdoing Contracting or Plbg. Ants--Rats IRepairs. .tfc Trees & Shrubs PLUMBING PROBLEMS? Bruce Pogue, Owner Call J. D. Anderson's 405-547-5156 Plumbing and Water Wen Service, I0= l k|m. " 918-374-2436. tfc tory, alrfare, training, fix- tures, grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Kaiser (612) 888 6555. Ill SHELTON LUMBER CO. Lumber & All Other Building Nk~terials 9th 8, Lowry STILLWATER, OK Septic Tanks Storm Cellars Lateral Lines Manufacturing Installation Repair General Backhoe Work IIROWN ENTERPRISES TOTAL ILIRlrRIC 3 bedr. home with. energy saving heat pump. Includes storm celJar, storage building, 6 ft. cedar fence & ceiling fans. Only $47,S00.00. 101 CroII $|., Perkins. NATIV! ROCK with 3 bedr. and ]V~ baths. Includes Central Heat & Air, Privacy Fence and Beautiful Trees in Front. $$$,000.00. 416 SE 2rid St., Perkl . 70 AalE FARM --5 wire fence, small corral, rural water available. $7S,000. Call Us-- GOOD PRICE ON NEW LISTING --3 Bedroom Brick home with Central H&A. $41,000. 424 Eaton Drive. OWNERS CUT PRICE --On Church-Child Care facility at 1st and Thomas. Call to- day for details. GOOD BUY ON NEW-2 bedr., 1 bath, brick veneer home. Only 5 years old w/heat and air. Includes 8x10 storage shed. Call soon if interested. 11S Crozier, Perkins. We have additional listings. I lilll II II I II II Illl I is in the air, the warmth of the Son keeps us smiling. Praise Reports: Jeried Field, Julie MacCrorie, Florence Nettles, and Ivan Brown. Prayer Requests: Grandma Zetterberg, Alvin Moorman, Rod Brakhage, J. C. and Bet- ty Spiva, Laticia Field, and Frances Thurman. Our Pew Fund has begun with gusto. $1500 was given Sunday to start off our campaign to buy new pews. The Lord is Good! Don't forget to bring your Love Loaves this Sunday, November 18. The proceeds will go to feed the hungry children overseas. "0" ROACHES? MICE? Lawn & Tree Spraying A & B ECO.SAFE PEST CONTROL CO. 372-4934 or $47-26b0 i I Ill KERN$ Construction Co. Asphalt--Sand--Gravel Stillwater, OK 1805 S. Perkinl Rd. Mr. Cole voted. He was born Oct. 11, 1882. He and his wife have lived in Lincoln County since 1918. He is a retired fireman on the Rock Island Railroad. -O" SHERIFF DENIES RUMORS DAVENPORT -- Lin- coln County Sheriff Ray McLain says that he relinquished the job of heading the September 26 fire investigation of the arson burning of the Lincoln County News because of the rumors circulating through the community that he might have been involv- ed in setting the fire. McLain stated that he has been told by the federal Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Depart- ment investigators that he is not a suspect. He said he felt that if he in- vestigated the fire and did not solve it, those spreading the rumors might think he was covering something up. He said those starting the rumors "are so low they could stand up and walk under a snake." -O- Little Street. The Center is a Fine Arts facility created by the Lacheumeyer Trust. It is a place where students, teachers, and professional artists can be brought together for productive hands-on ex- periences in a variety of art disciplines. The Arts Center pro- vides space and equip- ment for local art students and artists to meet and work at little or no expense to them- selves Mr. and Mrs. Lachen- meyer were longtime Cushing Daily Citizen publishers, and owned newspaper interests in Texas. There was a prc Vision in her will, that upon Mrs. Lachen- meyer's death, the Fine Arts Center was to be established. It was a way with which the Lachen- meyers were able to share some of their wealth with the Cushing For Good Cable TV CALL: 547-2122 Pick Up Cable TV Schedule at Perkins TV & Appliance Each Week stained glass windows, and painting Christmas kneeled dow , scenes. There will also be himself. a Christmas ornament by himself making class, prisoners was on the with the office. 125 S. Main 547-5263 PONTIAC BUICK GMC ~t BI!=, K FORREST ItOBJ~JL~rT ~ Pontlac~ulck~MC, Inc. 405-372-1230 4700 west 6th - Stlllwater, Oklahoma SALES e 40 372-7860 2220 East Stillwater, Oklahoma to the t Ga Mal Mat.