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PAGE 6 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 28, 1985 #. I I IIIII DEADLINE 12 NOON TUESDAY e ; Non-Commercial Ads are Free. :They run two weeim--ther~ after there will be a charge. Commerdal Ads - 20" word ($2. Minimum Charge) Card of Thanks - $1 0 ; Effective Now: Ads must be ! paid by'Tues, noon tobe indud- : ed in that week's issue if non- ledger accounts. No statements will be sent on non-ledgar " accounts. ' MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE -- Large doghouse. Cheap. Is double built and in- sulated. 547-2615. 9-2 SERVICES Need a lawyer? Call Bob Ward, 1~00~22-3251 for appt. 31~oy* PLUMBING PROBLEMS? Call J. D. Anderson's Plumbing and Watsr Well Smwic~918~74-2436.tfc SERVICES--WATER WELL SERVICES--Adkins Water Well Service. Drilling, New Systems, Frost Proof Hydrants. Earl Adkins, 547-2096. Doyle Kirby, 372~707. &2 BABYSITTING WANTED I)epenclable Child Care, Good Care, Hot Meats. Reasonable Charge. References. 547-2504. <* WANT TO RENT ? FOR SALE -- WOOD. $25 Rick, not delivered. 6 miles W. of 9 mile WANT TO LEASE OR RENT -- corner. 3/4 m. north. 406466-2479. Responsible person needs to lease 9-1t* 1~ acres and up; the closer to F FOR SALE -- Extra Good Rum- Perkins the better. Willing to make improvements on fences, barns, etc. ~. ington Automatic 12 gauge Will pay going rates. Won't shotgun. $150. 405-466-2479. 9-2 damage your property. 547-5303. FOR SALE -- 1957 Chevrolet, 2 9-2 door hardtop. Near original with current tag. To be restored. $2250. FOR RENT ~i or best offer. 547-2615 or can be FOR RENT -- In Perkins, 2 bed- seen st 109 SW 3rd. 9-2 room house. Available, Dec. 1. $225 ~, FOR SALE -- Black chows, plus deposit. 2824541. 9-1t purebred. $75 each. 624-0355. 9-2 FOR RENT -- 2 bdr. house in FOR SALE - Record player, 2 Tryon. 547-2476. ~lt speakers, dome lid electric skillet; FOR RENT -- New duplex under toaster oven, wok, Biasell sweeper, construction. Ready Dec. 1. Attrac- All like new. Phone 547-2274. 8-2 tire lot with bearing pecan trees. i FOR SALE -- Ladies winter tweed Central H/A, ceiling fan, catbodrnl cost, Large size. $10. Excellent t~iling, w~her/dryer hookup, 2 or cond. Also-Antique garden plow 3 bedroom. $360 and $390. Call ~ 115 E. Stumbo. 8-2 547-2852. &fie ~ FOR RENT -- If you can afford FARM PRODUCTS $200 per month for rent, you can For Sale: Big roll Prairie, Bet- own your own home. Call John, muda, Oats, and other hay. 377~2M. &2t Also wheat straw--can load and FOR RENT -- Very nice country i~or deliver. Will trade for but- home near Perkins. Large 2 bedr, chef hog or calf. Wes Thurmun 2haths,211vingrooms,2flreplaees, on the Cimarron. 547-2991. custom drapes, storm shelter, 7-tfc pasture available. $395. 547-2816. - &3t* SALE--Wheat, also FOR RENT -- 2 bedroom house on ~ maton rye, wheat & vetch mix- shaded comer lot. Available Dec. 1. ;~ture seeds. All seed recleuned. Unfurnished. Washer/Dryer ~Wheat in hulk only, mixture hookup. $225 per month. Call ~ bagged only. Call before 8:00 377~185 days, 547-2964, evenings. aan. and after 8.~0 pan. for pick- &tfc ~up appointments. Emil & Den- ims Kastl Farms. Phone: 52-2 Trailer For Rent--Furnished trailer, 4 miles east of Perkins on Hwy 33. $295 all bills paid, PETS $100 deposit. 547-5140. 5-3t FREE TO GOOD H------OME: 5 yr. old ~-R ~~urn~-~ spayed female cockapoo. A really apt. $300 per month. Call lovable, playful dog. Call Perkins ~ Vet Clinic, 547-2443. 9-2 547-5151. 50-tfc :i and 1-bdrm house. 547-2811. miles north of Hwy. 33 and mile 4-tfe ]i south of Mehan Road on Eden ~ Chapel Road. 624-1389. 9-2 FOR RENT--3 bdrm. brick, fireplace, fenced backyard. 547-2830 after 5. 5-tfc RENTALS LOST -- Pit bull, gray and wh 8e Named Sassy. 547-5383. LIVESTOCK LOST: East of Perkins. 2 weaner pigs for a 4-H project. One black and white with ear tag 168 and one ~:i red with ear tag 198. May have lost ear tags. Call 547-2608. 8-2 ~ WELCH MARE, Also large trailer, ~ disc harrow, tractor attodnnent. : 405~2~. 8-2 REAL ESTATE ~ MOVED TO CHECOTAH and [~:!i ~ need to sell property in Coyle. 2 ~', bedr. frame home on 3 corner lots. .~ :~ $15,000. V. M. Kirk, Rt. 8C, Box [~ ~i 277, Checotah, OK 74426. 83t 32 ACRES, 25 cultivation, springf- ed creek, 3 bedroom brick, total 1 electric, 2 ~/~ baths. 405-466-2535.8-2 2 For Sale or Lease--3750 sq. ft commercial building, 7 miles south of Stillwater on 177. Ex- [;~ cellent building with highway frontage. Contact EHc Wick- field, 405-372~556. 5-4t WANTED TO BUY : WANT TO BUY--Pee~ trees for veneer logging. 405-892-3713. 50-12t* FOR RENT--2 bdrm. apt., cen- tral heat and air, washer/dryer hook-up, stove, refrigerator, maintenance free, large yard. Mini storage available. $225.00 per month. Call Eastside Apts., 547-5151.24*hr. Answering Ser- vice. tfc FOR RENT--&Bedmom house. 547-2961. ~tfc MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE OR TRADE: 14x80, 3 bedroom, 1982 Windsor mobile home on comer lot in Ripley, all ap- pliances and partially furnished. 6 lots and swimming pool 918-872- -4267. 9-2 ------- FOR sALE OR LEASE FOR SALE OR LEASE -- House in Hidden Springs F~tates, 3 miles East of Perki~ on Kirk Street, and mile south. Shown Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. Call 91&22~t494. 9 BOOKS Just in Time for Chrbtmusl KIDS ARE FUN, over 200 kids ~ying and rhymes, in paperback, by June Wood. For postpaid copy, send $5.95 to J. M. Wood, Box 345, Jones, OK 73049. 8-4 Ouahty Che d DAIRY FOODS Enid, Okla, SPOT DAIRY PRODUCTS 633 N. Husband Stillwater 372-1210 Statewide Ad: FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT Excellent loca- tion, seats 100, 14-yr. owner. Dr. says quit. Sate (owner finance available) or lease Hwy. 19-76, Linclsay, OK (Cable) (405) 756-4045. BATTERY REMANUFA(~TURING. Opportunity to make up to $100,000 or more. Work full or part-time. We provide training and equipment to start your own business remanulacturing car and truck batteries. Minimum investment, For information call (612) 874-1558 or write: POWERCOM INTERNATIONAL, 121 West Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404 STOCKING STUFFER. Amazing, solid bleach stick, removes ink, blood, grass, grease and grime around collars. Guaranteed. $3,50 each. Red's Roost, Box 871, Shawnee, OK 74801 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OWN YOUR OWN Jean- Sportswear, Ladies Apparel, Chlldrens, Large Size, Petite, Com- bination Store, Maternity, Ac- ce~mri~. Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, E Z Street, Izod, Esprit, Tomboy, Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz Clalbome, Members On- ly, Gasoline, HealthTex, over I000 others. $13,300 to $24,900 inventory, training, fixtures, Grand Opening, etc. Can Open 15 days. Mr. Kennan (305)678J679. ~lt* REAL ESTATE FOR SALE--320 acres, Lincoln County. Dwelling, dairy barn and outbuildings. 144 acres cropland. Call 405-372-1841.5-6 HOUSE FOR SALE--Hot tub room, new carpet, paint, fenced yard, excellent shape, $50,000. 547,5046. 441 LOOK AT THIS ONE--Energy eav~ag home with 3 bedr. 1~4 baths, central heat & air with heat pump, garage and chain link fence. $46,000. Call for appointment to- day, 547-2000. 410 Newport, Perkins. tfc AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE -- "73 26 ft. Stephens fifth wheel roof air. $2500.: ~4 Yamaha 3 wheeler, E.C. shaft drive, electric start. Make nice Christmas gift. $1300.: "74 Chevelle 400 small block good motor and transmissio~ AM-FM cosssette. $700. 547-5357 after 5:00 p.m. 8-2 FOR SALE -- 1982 Mercury Cougar XR7, V~ 3 speed automatic Overdrive, fully loaded, Excellent condition. Must sell, priced at loan value. Call 547-2877. 8-2 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the friends, relatives and neighbors for the words of condolence, sympathy, cards, flowers and telephone calls at the passing of my belov- ed sister, Mildred "Pinch" Backhaus. Your comforting thoughts were greatly ap- preciated. Mildred had visited in Perkins many times. Axis Magee ?O" Pogue's/Parker Pest Control Termites--Roaches Ants--Rats Trees & Shrubs Bruce Pogue, Owner Sex 405-547-5158 543 Perkins, OK I I I Construction Co. Asphalt--Sand--Gravel Stlllwater, Oklahoma 180S S. Perkins Road d eannie daces Piano Tuning Buy-Sell-Trade Repairs.Refinishing. Key Togs 405-547-2654 ==:==~========= FAMILY APPLIANCE SERVICE Quality at Affordable Rates Days--Evenings Weekends $47-2942 Perkins For Good Cable TV , CALL 547-2122 Pick Up Cable TV Schedule at PERKINS TV & APPLIANCE Each Week VIDEO! VIDEO! For Sale or Trade, Hundreds of Movies as Low as 30% of original cost, or Greatly Located, High Traffic Operating Store. (918) 369-3825 or (918) 299-1932. FORECLOSURE SALE. Three businesses, home, plus 30 acres land will sell to highest bidder. December 17th, 10 am.. Courthouse, Eufaula, Oklahoma. For more information (918) 474-3379. General Shelters of Texas, the fastest growing manufacturer of portable buildings, is seeking dealers in Oklahoma for retail sales. Lot and small investment required Excellent oppor- tonity to expand existing business with tow risk. Contact Mike Wulf al (817) 422-4547. 50% O[F!! Flashing arrow signs $269!! Lighted non-arrow $249. Unlighted $199 (Free Letters!) See locally 1-800-423-0163, anytime. 1-800-'626-7446. (GIANT BLIMP, LED moving message sale! Don't lose out!) LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Jour- nal, Thursday, Nov. 28 and Dec. 5, 1985 - 2 times} IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the Estate of MARY PEARL STUMBO, Deceased. No. P~5-193 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against MARY PEARL STUMBO, deceas- ed, are required to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, to FERN CHRYSTAL and HA- ZEL ARMOUR, Personal Repre- sentatives, c/o-Winfrey D. Houston at P. O. Box 2, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076, in Payne County, Oklahoma, within two months of the date of the first publication hereof or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 19th day of Novem- ber, 1985. -s-Fern Chrystal Personal Representative -s-Hazel Armour Personal Representative WINFREY D. HOUSTON P. O. Box 2 Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076 Attorney for Personal Representative -O- THORPE HEIRLOOM IS REPAIRED YALE - A crocheted dining room table clothe, an heirloom of the Thorpe family, was repaired at the home of Jim Thorpe by Alice Cussner. Years ago something was spilled on the clothe which caused a stain and eventually rotted it out. Cussner painstakingly removed damaged threads, followed the original pattern with new thread and then hooked the replacement back into the clothe. Mrs. Cussner is among few women in the state capable of making repairs on such heirlooms, and was commission- ed by the Oklahoma Historical Society to make the repairs. -O" SOUTHERN CHARM Very nice two bedroom with cozy Franklin fireplace. Abundant storage and wooded lot. Located at 521 E. Butler. Call Jack Allred, Grind- staff-Hm Better Homes and Gardens. 3724}868. 7-it* Steve Willmgham The Stillwater Deer Check Reserve in northern Station recorded 57 deer County. By a 2 to 1, taken by area hunters as sportsmen indicated of Sunday night. The largest for a proposed Buck tagged so far was a 145 lb. $2.00 for those over deer taken by a Stillwater under 16. The money hunter. Several local hunters earmarked for purchase bagged nice bucks. Don Hooper tional wildlife habitat. tagged a 114 lb. 9 pointer. Fisherman favored Rhyner Arthur took a nice 100 1 margin the idea that lb. spike buck and Steve Simma tention be given collected a healthy 6 pointer, pond management. At Undoubtedly other local hunt- sent time, the State era also scored. A next weeks Department column will list all lucky eries efforts into hunters, managing state The season will continue 86% of those through this Sunday. There is eared the mann only one ~Doe-Day' for Payne 26,000 acres of the County and it is the final day. Ouachita National Expectations are that this will wilderness area. This be yet another record season, allow hiking, camping, Quail Season opens on and fishing but would Thanksgiving Day for that part timber harvest and of the state east of 1-35. The development as well as western half of the state open- cular access. ed last week. Bud Redus hunted The results of these near Enid last Thursday and are submitted to the reported conditions "not-bad" Department and to for opening day. They found with the hope that five decent sized coveys. Redus these ideas will be expected our area of the state to practice. be better than the areas they -o- hunted near Enid. Quail populations have not SCHOOL BUSSES yet rebounded from the bad THEN COME TO weather conditions of 1983. PAWNEE- Areas of good quail habitat ing called in the should show populations re- for a change of bounding more quickly than Area for Cleveland other areas acording to Outdoor schools. Jennings News, a publication of the classes for students up Oklahoma Wildlife Federation. 8th grade and the high The results of the 4th annual students transfer Sportsman Survey have been Cleveland, or Yale. s released. The survey was sent stands, only the to 50,000 sportsmen across the transportation district State and is sponsored by the Jennings town, and Oklahoma Wildlife Federation. Cleveland must According to survey results, students at pickup 82% favor the purchase of ad- their own districts. ditional habitat for public hun- if approved would ting, fishing and trapping, and Cleveland Regarding another question, to Jenninge to pick 78% opposed damming the Presently Glover River Only 9% were in cent of the favor of this proposal. Oilton has 30 percent 76% of those responding sup- 20 percent. ported the proposed 50,000 acre -c~ National Tallgrass Prairie O S Downtown Post Office Perkins Road Consumers IGA Cimarron Plaza Bestyet Wyatt's Cafeteria (Cimarron Holiday Inn (Hwy. 51 West) I Subscription and Advertising can be obtained by dialing 6244)361. Central Rural Electric BUILDING A BETTER AMERICA 372-2884 $ MOVING Packing eStorage FREE ESTIMATES HALL'S TIUUlSFER, INC. 9181J~L$~293; An agent for northAmerican Van I.C.C. No, MC107012 HORIZON INSURA For All Your Insurance Needs Call Toll Free 1-800-522-6852 377-1186 Stillwater 504 S. Ill|. ~t Office Box 842 Stillwater, Oklahoma 7407g