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I 0-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, November 22, 2001 ¶ 'il Daily Log Chief Curtis Burns • 9:09 a.m. - Report that inschool suspension building had window broken over week- end. • 11:42 a.m. - Request escort to get large house through town from Ampride to across river bridge. • 12:0l p.m. - Subject reported opening mail on Sunday and be- ginning to itch. Picked up mail on Kirk. Did not meet require- ments for alert, advised subject to contact doctor and let us know. • 12:12 p.m. - At post office vis- iting with postmaster about mail. Inspectors have been ad- vised and agree with subject see- ing doctor first. • 1:36 p.m. -Reported physical domestic in progress on Sasser. Handled by officer. Officer Steve Hensley °5:44 p.m. - Traffic, written warning to Jacqulyn Nidiffer of Perkins for speeding. °6:40 p.m. - Report of money stolen from billfold in Agra school. No report. • 8:04 p.m. - Runaway report of juvenile girl that didn't come home from school. Report taken. Wednesday. Nov., 21 Bums • 2:01 p.m. Kinaberly Dabbs re- ported to officer she acked into parked Vehicle at:; 'Harris 66. Took state accidentxeport. Hensley • 4:27 p.m. -Assisted Stillwater EMS to 411 Fourth for fall victim. Taken to Stillwater Medical Center. • 4:55 p.m. -;Traffic, written warning Jerald .Durbin of Perkins for defecti ce &luipment. °5:22 p.m. - Domestic on East Stumbo. No report. • 5:28 p.m. - Traffic, written warning to Cada Mullon of Stillwater for defective equip- ment. • 7:50 p.m. - Advised of possible drunk driver heading east on SH 33 from Ampride. Vehicle is white Saturn. No contact. Ad- vised Tryon Police Department. Thurs0av. NgY, 22 Hensley • 12:27 p.m.- Traffic, cited Lou Ann Grantham of Checotah for speeding. Officer Joseph Knight • 2:09 a.m. - Traffic, written warning to Perkins juvenile for defective equipment. Knight o1:23 a.m. - Traffic, verbal warning for defective equip- ment. • 1:57 a.m. - Traffic, written warning to Sara Brown of Katy, Tx. for disobeying stop sign. • 4:38 a.m. -Traffic, verbal warning for disobeying stop sign. • 6:28 a.m. - Flagged down by motorist and advised of possible spotlighting SH 177 on west at last curve in Payne Co. Advised Payne Co. Sheriff's Office. Bums °9:47 a.m. - Traffic, at US 177 by Ampride. Written warning to Nicole Parchinski of Cushing for speeding and written warn- ing for improper lane change. • 2:05 a.m. - Sending ambulance • citizens news Cont'd from page 9 will hang our heirloom orna- by Kathleen Johnson Baker, Norvil Cole, Bob Penick, ments. If you have an ornament Cead mile failte Chet Smith, Perkins. Ival that is special to you, please Let all bitterness, and wrath, Hesser, Max porter, Howard and share the story as you come for- and anger, and clamor, and evil Betty Anderson, Harold ward and hang your treasure on speaking be put away from you, Stamper, Stillwater, Bud Smith, the tree. Remember to write with all malice: and be ye kind . Crescent. Glen Nottingham and your family name and the year one to another, tender-hearted, Esther (Elnora), Coyle. Mud on it as it will be stored and re- forgiving one another, even as Rhodes, Cushing. Stella Rogers, hung each year from now on. God for Christ's sake hathAgra. Willie Mouser, Charles This is a special tradition at Lost , forgiven you. Ephesians 4:31-32 Kilgore, Stillwater. Creek and we,d love to share it ***** Bill Worthy was absent with you. At 2"30p.m., we will Monday Music 7-9 p.m. tonight. He became ill, went to honor Becky Thomas and Jus- Birthday Luncheon every third Stillwater. They sent him to tin Reedy with a wedding Friday, Dec. 21. Oklahoma City. He is staying shower. During evening service Mystery Dinner every fourth overnight for tests. We will be we will continue our hanging of Friday Dec. 28. We leave the remembering him in our prayers the greens at 6:30. Bring food Center promptly at five p.m. and love. We missed you, Bill. and we'll eat too! Bus Trip - Christmas lights, Etta came to the Center and Dec. 9 we will have a special Chickasha. We have two seats worked in the kitchen. She will VIM Mexico projects speaker available, there was a be letting some of us know how and a special Circle of Care of- cancellation. Get in touch with things turned out. feting will be taken. Evening Ynona Benedict if interested. .Frankie Sharpley is in the service will see us at Eden ***** hospital again. We will Chapel for our annual Sweets Do you clean out your birdremember you in our prayers, and Treats Variety Show. If you houses? I had just begun to clean Frank. would like to show off your tal- the blue-bird houses, using a ***** ent, sign up now. We will share hand held cultivator and scraper, Hostess Mattie Thompson goodies after this show, so bring to remove the debris/trash and greeted 98 guests and 15 snacks. a long handled brush for musicians. Dec. 16 during morning wor- scrubbing. Things were going Kitchen Hostesses - Etta ship, the choir will perform a pretty well until a panic stricken Worthy, assorted cookies, ham Christmas musical. Then at 7 mousejumpedout. Thatin itself and cheese sandwiches, p.m. children of Lost Creekand was enough to frighten me (no, Kat.hleen Johnson, egg salad Eden Chapel wil.l perform a I'm not afraid of mice, just the sandwiches, marshmallow musical "The Tiniest Christmas sudden jump the mouse gave), crispy treats, vanilla andStar." Goodies will be shared It landed at my feet and bolted chocolate. Thelma Smith, lemon after this performance as well. for the nearest cover-the long cake. Lola Ball, cinnamon rolls. Sunday, Dec. 23 we will cel- black tunnel of my pants leg! Thanks to everyone who ebrate a progressive dinner with The term 'went ballistic' brings food and helps in the lots of fellowship. Signupnow comes to mind, but it doesn't kitchen, for "Holiday Trail Mix" party begin to describe the scene. It ***** Monday; Dec. 24 we will cel- took a lot of flapping and yelling We were happy to have Mr. And ebrate Christmas Eve with com- and an update of the Macarena, Mrs. Benny Lewis from munion and candlelight service alternating between fast- California. They were visiting at Eden Chapel. forward and reverse, to dislodge Runt and Eb Vassar. They have If you haven't been attending the mouse (I thought). After relatives in and around Perkins. Lost Creek Church, you'vebeen • accomplishing this, I took some Goodto see you. Les and Kathy missing out. Plan on attending time to quit shaking and regain Long bring donuts every our next service. We'd love to a regular heartbeat. Monday to the Center. Thanks have you join us. Back at the house, I had settled to you. We appreciate it. down with a hot cup of tea when ***** Perkins Church of Christ I felt a sudden motion at my The Mystery Dinner was last Minister: Terry Tharp beltline. I thought the dog had Friday. Just a little short of I hope everyone had a won- nudged me but to my surprise, patrons, but they had a derful Thanksgiving holiday. she was lying across the room. wonderful time at Morns Caf We are all so very blessed here Quickly clapping my hand over in Stillwater. R.L. and Ynona in America. This was a Thanks- the lump and tearing wildly at Benedict, Donna Aiken, the top of my pants with the Amanda Sadler, Charlotte and other, I headed outside at a dead Wendell Sadler. May the Sacral Heart of ,Jesus run with my jeans at half mast. We had a house full of be adorned, glorified, loved a preserved throughout the The mouse popped out, running company. Our son, Larry, leaves world. Now & forever. Sacred in mid-air in the direction of the for Algeria this Tuesday and we Heart of Jesus, pray for us. nearest clump of vegetation wanted the time with him and Saint Jude worker of miracles, while I ran in the opposite our fan ly. We'll be there next pray for us. Saint Jude hope direction. A lesson to share: month hopefully, for the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day. When cleaning out birdhouses,Till we meet again, dear By the 8th day your prayer will wear elastic bands around the friends and relatives, pour pren be answered. Say it for 9 days. bottom of your pants legs!dre conga, Dee Volente, WeIt has ver been. known to fail. ***** wish you peace and love. Thank you Saint Jude, SlIM Happy Birthday: Joan I eGate, ' ' Bill Mann, Brent Niles, Belva Loony, David Sasser, Billie Melrose, Kenneth Knowlton, r Medical Center Helen Camren, David Lard, Denise Lowery, Violetta Qmfl ity Ruminer, Eric Fox, Frank Eads, Brenda Nipp, Ruth .Ellen •MedicareCertified Murray, Alan Hall, Bruce Dial, .JCAHO Accredited Dorothy B reeden (Dear Friend) •Hospital Based Luv You. Steven Grotheer •RNs, Therapists, Aides (Coach), Jennifer Carmen. We wish you many, many more Happy Birthdays! Yes Sire, e! 405/742-5770 ***** Our musicians, led off by Bill Health cam mervice= Worthy, our MC, Agra. Bill Ssrvln Central Oklahoma and rescue to accident at US 177 and 80'h. Officers to assist with ti'affic. o2:12 a.m. - SH 33 and Pogue assisting motorist retrieve bags of lawn clippings that blew out of pickup. alar_ ia.vASm Officer Tom Hankins • 1:53 p.m. -On Freeman, at Piney River. Backed up Payne Co. Sheriff's Officer. Resident wanted a certain person out of her house. Knight o7:13 p.m. -Tryon Police De- partment advised alert for ve- hicle for game ranger. Advised vehicle possibly spotlighting for deer in Lincoln Co. °7:28 p.m. - Contact with ve- hicle in parking lot of Whistle Stop #1. Gave all drivers infor- mation to Tryon officer for game ranger. • 8:36 p.m. - Coyle Police De- partment advised of possible drunk driver in motor home with black trailer, east bound on SH 33. No contact. • 9:21 p.m. -Advised of possible break-in. Tanning bed had been taken by land lord-ex-boyfriend of daughter, Advised they did not want him there anymore or they would file trespassing charges. giving to really be thankful for! We have a busy month ahead of us in Perkins and at the Perkins Church of Christ there are lots of activities planned, too. Several I'd like to mention. We will be having our first Parent's Day Out on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Our youth, along with several adults, will be offering a free baby-sit- ring day to those parents who would like some time to do shopping, or whatever, without little ones along. They have sev- eral fun craft activities planned for the day. So if you know of any parents who would like to take advantage of some free time send them our way. We are also going to have a Candle Light Service this year. It will be on Sunday evening, Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. This will be the first time we have had a ser- vice of such at our congregation. We are hoping to utilize the spiritual meaning of the season to speak to the hearts of those who don't know our Lord yet. Those are just a couple of things that are going on" at the church on Lover's Lane. We'd love to have you visit our con- gregation next Sunday to see what else is going on. Bible class begins at 9 a.m. and col- lective worship at 10 a.m. Hope to see you then. P.O.S.S.E. will be selling smoked meats Saturday, December 8 from 9 a.m.- I p.m. at Market Maze. IIIII Fallin - from page 1 dents who come from broken homes or who have problems of the heart and/or mind can be af- fected by prayer. A moment of silence, whether spent in medi- tation or prayer, can truly make a difference in a person by giv- ing them an opportunity to re- flect upon the circumstances and consequences of their actions." "During this difficult time in our nation's history, we share a heightened concern for our country's future; our children's future," said Fallin. "September 11 reminds us all of the value of prayer in our lives. It also un- derscores a concern, that, lost in our children's days - consumed as they are with computers, video games, television, boom boxes, and the like -- is the op- portunity to really think -- be- yond the immediate present. I truly •believe this will give our children an opportunity for greater reflection on who they are, what they are doing, what is important and wh, going in life," added Senator Coffee and sentative Cargill will the mandatory minute measure at the legislative session. Fallin Oklahoma Leg session with prayer. States Congress has a of opening its daily prayer. Frankly, if it's Oklahoma's elected re tives, a moment of good for Oklahoma's school children." Phamtliar "armed to the teeth" Pirates would often an assortment of as they faced any hand attack --- a cutlass or sword, one or two daggers. a blade between the was one way some of the cutlery. "˘', 2001 King Features SyndK~ate, [he (Legal notice published in The Perkins Journal three times, 2001, November 22, 2001 & November 29, 2001 .) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Sealed proposals sent the OOOT Reproduction Brat~;h until 30 minutes prior to the scheduled bid, at the Oldshoma Department of Transportation Commission Room in the Transportation Building, 200 Northeast 21st Street, Oklahoma City, pri~ to the scheduled bid opening of December 20, 200t to be pu~icly opened at listed betow. No Proposal for construction or maintenance work of the department will be after 10:30 A.M. on the working day preceding opening of bids for any contracL Each separate proposal shall be accompanied by a Certified or Cashier's Check 5% of the bid made payable to ~e State of Oklahoma, Department of TransportatKm, as a arW. Prop~,al checks will be held or returned by ~he ~partmant as per Section 103.04 o Starm~ Sped~. This work will be dor~ under the Oklahoma DOT Commission's applicable S plans ~ HiOtnvay Co~ion. proposal. Proposals must be prepared as directed by the State Standa~ Spacif~etions. Plans, forms of proposal, contracts and specifications may be in the ~ the work is to be performed or at the Oklahoma Department of Engineer's Division in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Plans and pro(x)sal forms may be ordered from Jack Stewart, Division Engineer Building, 200 N,E, 21st Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105. Cost of Bidding lot each Bidding Proposal. State Standard Specification 1988 Edition (Red Book) and may be purchased for $8.00 plus tax, or 1996 Metric Std Spec $27.00 + tax, or Std Spec $55.00 + tax. (Oklahoma tax is 7.875%). Make checks payable to Oklahoma Transportelim. Plans (Reduced Szze Complete) $5.39, X-SEC $0.00 + postage and handling. No refunda wiif be made on the ebeve coat, The cost of the bidding tire bidder. Upon award of contract to a su~-essfut bidder, the contract will be completel' by the contractor and returned to the Department within ten (I0) working days from The Department shatl, within fourteen (14) working days from the date ttze oontract i ~ e~meta~n of lhe c~ and relum a copy of tl~ executed corm'act to the The Oklahoma Departmanl of Transportation hereby notifies all bidders thal that in a.-e/contract embed into pursuant to Oala advertlsem~, d~sed~r~wjed be alforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be against on the grounds of race, coldr, sex, religion or national origin in consideration for Bidders are hereby notified that all bids are likely 1o be rejected if the lowest exceeds the engineer's estimate by more than seven (7) percent. In the event all reason, this project may be deferred for rsedvertising for bids untit a more competitive I:~˘ril~q~" i~ work and tocat~ of ~.01~1: PAYNE Job Piece No. STPV-1 ~)B (72) T R 1868604 TRAFFIC SIGNALS ~1" EAST INTERSECTION Of US-177/SH-33 iN PERKINS STATE OF OKLAHOMA, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION By: Gary M. Ria~, Director. 1- i The law office of BRENDA NIPP Attorney At Law 123 West Seventh oStillwater 743-2479 or 1-800-724-6477 (Please Call For Appointment) How about a subscription to The Perkins Journal? Gift subscriptions are $4 off regular rates - $24/yr in-state; $28/yr out-of-state And remember, The Journal is giving away with each paid subscription[[* We also carry the new Perkins history book, "A Place To Call Home" by David Sasser and "Campfire Stories" by Frank "Pistol Pete" Eaton Order your gift subscription today - see form on page 2. Or drop by our office at I ! I E. Stumbo to pick up your book! 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