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4-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, December 13, 2001 aries 7Έ Check your ticket numbers now - you may be the winner/ Last weekly Holly Jolly drawing It's time to check your Holly Jolly tickets to see if you have won one of this week's great prizes. Ticket #218157 wins a bingo pack from Cimarron Bingo Ca- sino. Ticket #297384 wins a $50 gift certificate to the Railroad Yard. Ticket #302605 wins a free heating system tune-up valued at $60 from Country Comfort Heat & Air Ticket #092254 wins a $75 shopping spree from Perkins Food Center. Ticket #095050 wins a $50 gift certificate to Ralph's retail store. Ticket #246471 wins a $50 gilt certificate from the Cimarron Valley Coop. Ticket #284297 wins a $50 savings bond donated by the Perkins Vet Clinic. Ticket #287985 wins a $100 Girl Certificate from Perkins Drug. If you are holding a winning ticket, here's what you need to do. Call the Main Street office at phone number 547-1107 and ask for program manager, David Holbrook. If no answer, please leave a detailed message. Your call will be returned. Please do not contact the merchant who is donating the gift. You will need to present your winning ticket to Perkins Main Street and set up a time to pick up your prize from the donating merchant. Please call before 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14. If the prizes are not claimed before 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, new tickets will be drawn and the prizes will be given away to someone else next week. Congratulations to last week's winner: Jack Vassar of Perkins who won the man's watch from Burt's Jewelry. Speaking of watches, time is starting to run out so remind your family and friends to check their ticket numbers. Remember, Sat- urday, Dec. 15 is the big day when we will give away $5,000 to one lucky shopper! Be sure to be there to see if it's YOU! Have a Holly Jolly Christmas and shop Perkins first all throughout the year. Christmas concert set for Dec. 18 The annual Perkins-Tryon High School Christmas Band and Choir Concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, at the Perkins-Tryon High School Gymnasium. Both sides of the gymnasium will be used in order to provide plenty of seating - but still plan to arrive early for the best choice. The public is cordially invited to come hear the sixth grade be- ginning band, middle school band, high school band, as well as the middle school and high school choirs perform various Christmas selections. Arrangements include "Festivo de Noel" by the begin- Perkins-Tryon High School Girls' Choir polishes a song they will perform for the Payne County Retired Educators meeting on Dec. 15. Photo by Karen Bah" Girls Choir to perform for Payne County Retired Educators The Perkins-Tryon High academically, with more than a School Girls' Choir will provide 3.5 grade-point average, which the program for the Payne has qualified them for" the County Retired Educators at "Distinguished Academic" their meeting on Dec. 15. The plaque from the State luncheon meeting is set for 12 Department of Education for the noon at the Holiday Inn inlast four years. Stillwater. The choir performs at the high The P-T High School Girls'school graduation ceremonies. Choir is made of ninth to twelfth The choir director, Rosalee graders who enjoy singing and Taylor, is also the assistant band are interested in becoming better director and Middle School musicians, choir director. Mrs. Taylor has The choirs' activities during extensive experience with the first semester include singing children's choirs, church music the national anthem at football and instrumental music, The concert is a wonderful and basketball games, primarily flute performance. celebration of the Christmas performing their ChristmasTaylor is a long-time member season. It's a great opportunity concert, and usually presenting of the Stillwater Community to hear beautiful musicalpedbr- other community Christmas Band and has taught atPerkins- mances by the award winning programs. Tryon for the last twelve years. bands and choirs under the di- In the spring the choir prepares All retired educators from the rection of Kent and Rosalee for District and State contests, public schools and from Taylor. in which they have received colleges and universities arc superior ratings for the last four invited to attend. years. The choir also excels See Big Sky - page 4 combining her desire to have her wonderful rustic interior design Perkins and loves that Mayberry own business with the pleasure are just whatyou would expect, atmosphere. She is excited she gets from being around Then top that with Missy'sabout making so many new people, charming personality and you friends and being acontributing However, deciding on a name will not want to leave. She has partner in the community. for her business didn't exactly created an atmosphere in her Located at 132 S. Main Street, come overnight. She knew that shop that would be hard to rep- Big Sky Mercantile is open she wanted mercantile in the licate, no matter where you go. Tuesday through Friday, I ! a.m. ning band, "Patipan" by the name. but hadn't quite been able Big Sky Mercantile carries to 6 p.m.. and Saturdays 9 a.m. middle school band atld'q Won- to come u with much else that ranch furniture, which is de, to 4,P Mi sy does e ]p| size, der As I Wander' ? onn lby" suited heF. efi; hile perform: signed and built exchisively for bPw,eveg, if a c l t u er the high school band. The choir ing up in wy d mg, Kelly kept her by her father, Western home unable to make it in during those selections will include "This seeing the words Big Sky. And decor, girls and accessories. If hours, she is more than happy Peaceful Night" by the middle there it was: Big Sky Mercantile. a Western theme is not exactly to come in at their conveniencc. school and"Breathe of Heaven" Missy Green, Proprietor. It's your style, shoppers can custom Stop in or gwe her a call at 405- by the high school choral mem- perfect! The building faqade, the design items unique to them. 547-2588. You'll be glad you bers. selection of gift items, and the Missy is very happy being in did. Police log to Jerri Oosting of Perkins for speed-ing. • 9:56 p.m. - Possible motorist assist in front of Ag building on SH 33. Not Officer Joseph Knight motonst assist. Vehicle has been van- • 7:51 p.m. - Payne Co.' Shedff's Of- dalized. rice advised they needed assistance at Spider Dome with a fight call. In area Bums of call, helped county deputies search ,4:55 p.m - Minor accident at Main for suspect vehicles, and Kenworthy. State accident report • 8:53 p.m - Traffic. Issued written on file. Cited Brandon McCutchen for warning to Jesse Townsend of Carney failure to yield and Howard for insur- for speeding, ance. • 9:30 p.m. - Report of some substance on the roadway at Kirk and Main. Hensley Found slick substance also at intersec- ,6:11 p.m. - Possible drunk dnver dnv- tion of Main and Thomas. ing north on S. Main. Vehicle has went M~llllllyJ~lfi,_~ left of center twice. Found vehicle at Officer Tom Hankins W. Kenworthy and NW Third. Didn't • 5:31 p.m. - Traffic. At Lovers Lane see ddver do anything wrong. and SH 33. Warning for speeding. ,9:23 p.m. - Traffic. Gave written warning to Bobbi Ashford of Kiefer for Chief Curtis Burns speeding. • 2:23 p.m. -At French and NE Sec- ,10:35 p.m. - Traffic. Gave written ond checking on burst water line with warning to Dale Sharpton of Stillwater other officers, for defective equipment. Officer Steve Hensley Knight °6:07 p.m. - Traffic. Written warning ,12:10 a.m. - Traffic. Cited Jackie to Maria Avers of Wellston for defec- Donaldson of Cushing for failure to tire equipment, pay taxes due state. Also issued writ- • 6:24 p.m. - Traffic. Written warning ten warning for defective equipment. to Arthur Herrmann of Chandler for ol :45 a.m. - Traffic. Written warning defective equipment, to Shanna Morris of Stroud for defec- • 6:52 p.m. - Report of loud noise in tive equipment. the area of Kirk and Sixth. Spoke to .2:11 a.m. - Traffic. Written warning mother about her kid's band being too to Robyn Miller of Perkins for defec- loud. She advised she would be in to- tive equipment. morrow to get a copy of city ordience. .2:31 a.m. - Traffic. Written warning • 10:15 p.m. - Traffic. Cited Jimmie to Lanette Morris of Perkins for dis- Slavens of Stillwater for speeding, obeying stop sign. • 2:51 a.m. - Traffic. Cited Bobbi Bums Ashford of Kiefer for disobey stop sign. • 7:50 a.m. - Traffic. On Edukator at SH 33 and N. Main. Written warning Hankins to Janet Tracy of Perkins for speed- -11:10 a.m. - At 310 N. Main. Pos- ing. sible broken hip. Ambulance arrived. Hen$1ey Subject transported to Stillwater Hos- • 6:59 p.m. - Traffic. Gave written warn- pital. ing,to Sherri Christian of Perkins for -1:15 p.m. - Traffic. Lovers Lane and defective equipment. SH 33. warning speeding. • 9:02 p.m. - Cited and jailed a Craig ol :27 p.m. -Traffic. Payne and SH 33. Dunlap of Perkins for failure to use turn warning speeding,,,. signal and ddvtng under suspension 1:42 p.m. -Traffic. P'ayne and SH 33. and no insurance. Also jailed the three warning speeding. passengers: Michelle Osborne from ol :50 p.m. - Traffic. Payne add SH 33. Stillwater for public intoxication, warning speeding. Pamela George of Stillwater for pub- ,2:02 p.m. -Traffic. Payne and SH 33. lic intoxication and littering from a mov- warning speeding. ing vehicle and Billy Serf of Agra for Hensley public intoxication. Also impounded ,3:20 p.m. - A Mrs. Sanches advised vehicle, that she hit a stray dog north on Sonic Hensley on N. Main. °7:30 p.m. - Traffic. Written warning ,4:12 p.m. - Mr. Watson advised the to Geraldine Jacobs of Tryon for dog was just following him. that it ran speeding, in front of Mrs. Sanches. Advised po- °8:47 p.m. - Traffic. Cited Lucas lice department to contact Payne Sumrall of Perkins for speeding and County Sheriff's Office and that dog also gave verbal'warning for defective was hit outside city limits. Police de- equapment, partment advised that deputy's had • 9:16 p.m. - Traffic. Written warning contacted animal control officer. They took dog to vet clinic. Police depart- Twon juvenile. Also assisted with iu- ment advised to make contact with Mr. venile in possession of alcohol. Watson and advised him to contact the ,8:51 p.m. - US 177 with Carney of- vet clinic, ricer. Advising him about his liquor • 6:52 p.m.- Traffic. Written warning to store selling alcohol to minors. Robert Haubert of Drumdght for defec- °9:52 p.m.- Advised to do a walfare tive equipment, on a Mr. Kriel on E. Stumbo. His life • 7:54 p.m. - Motorist assist, subject in line is going off. Checked out ok. orange Firebird advised that he was Knight following a pickup pulling a trailer and ,2:23 a.m. - Traffic. Arrested Donna something flew out of the trailer and Schovanec of Stillwater for aggra- busted his window just east of Perkins vated driving under influence and on SH 33. Advised police department speeding. Schovanec had breath al- to contact Oklahoma Hwy. Patrol. cohol content of 0.17. Booked into • 8:18 p.m. - At gym with other officers Payne Co. Jail. on emergency protective order on a G/f_t Exchange Headquarters Perfect For $2 - $5 - $10 Gifts For Teachers, Friends, Co-Workers, Classmates Candies Picture Frames Candy Stuffed Animals Hot Cocoa Mugs and more! HOLLY Get DOUBLE Holly Jolly J _HOLL Tickets on Christmas Gifts & Items Every Day! Christmas Lights • Ornaments • Gift Wrap & Tags Wednesdays Only! DOUBLE Holly Jolly Tickets on All Merchandise & Prescriptmns Storewide ]'his week's in- stor d win9 ttcket is 1332321 246 S. Main. Perkins. 405-547-2414 www.PerkinsDrug.com f/ 405/372-3041 Kent & Annette Kinzie Fern Lee (Rush) Henrick Fern I,ee (Rush) Henrick, parents, her husband an, Stillwater. died at the age if 85 grandson, Friday. December 7, 2001, at survived by one son, Stillwater Medical Center. Henrick, Jr. and his wife Services were at Strode Funeral of Perkins and one dau Home Chapel Monday at 10:30 Sandra Schatz and a.m. with Father Robert Schlitt Charles of Stillwater. conducting the services. She also leaves Interment was at Highland grandchildren: Mi( ('cmctery in Pawnee with Strode Henrick, Richard Funeral Home in charge. Jeffery Schatz and his Fern was born in Jennings, OK Mary; granddaughter October 28, 1916 to Walter Lee Rabinovitz and her husl and Minnie Fern (Johnson) Joel, and four Rush. She married Cecil C. grandchildren:Michael Hcnrick, Sr. May 7, 1932 in Schatzand Kailee and Stillwater. OK. Rabinovitz. Fern attended school in One sister survives her, Jennings. OK. After her SkeenofStillwater. marriage she moved to Pallbearers were Stillwater and lived there. She grandsons: Michael managed the lunchroom tot St. RichardHenrick, Francis Xavier Catholic School Joel Rabinovitz, l)on Jac from 1950 to 1964. After the Michael Schatz and death of her husband, she Rabinovitz. Honorary opened a day care center that was Gene Donovan. became known as "Granny's The family re( House." She continued caring memorials be sent to Ju for children tmtil failing health Karman Hospice, Inc., P.O. tbrced her to retire in 1995. 818, Stillwater, OK She was a member of St. the Veterans Relief Fund, Francis Xavier Catholic Church Anderson, VFW Post and Veterans of Foreign Wars P.O. Box 765, Stillwater Auxiliary Post #2027. 74076. She was predeceased by her Wynona Blanche (Dickey) Moran Wynona Blanche (Dickey) Dolores Shaffer and hus Moran, age 86, homemaker, Benn, Baxter Springs, passed away at 1:45 a.m. grandsons, Benn Jr and Tuesday, December !1, 2001 at Atlanta, GA., St. Johns Hospital in Joplin, granddaughters, Kim MO. Wynona was born Jones, OK, and Stacy December 22. 1914 in Perkins, Baxter Springs, KS, three OK and was the daughter of granddaughters and two Ralph and Emma Dickey. She grandsons. married Eugenc Murlin in 1933. Graveside service,, They divorccdin 1946. She then scheduled for 3 p.m. married Harry Moran. They December 13, 2001 in Plea lived in Racine, WI until 1985 VicwCemetery, BaxtcrS when they moved to Baxter KS. Springs, KS. He passed away in Arrangements are March 1998. direction of Derfelt's Ba Survivors are her daughter, Chapel. B 'ectb,e 17,2 0t, ne.,v marmgem t, and with ttwt a new name.. 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