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December 14, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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Residents Fire residents were con- two former rest- the news broke here  mainstreet had been PERKINS JOURNAL PERKINS (OKLA.) JOURNAL THURS., DECEMBER 14, 1967 a Sunday afternoon one business damaged two others. that was burned, Store, was formerly Mrs Bob Watson, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. had sold the store Jester in Jan- .Still owned the build- L was a total loss. Mrs a loss of tt Bob's Supermarket, located two doors the burned building, the grocery store re- smoke damage and in operation Monday. which seperates from the burned smoke dam- Record, which was by former Per- Roland Sodowsky Mrs. Clyde Brown by smoke and Yale Record edi- morning that from Western had arrived in cleaning and in- printing machinery much damage had said that temper- building must have degrees because type was beginn- and it takes a 400 to begin this in the print- office was coated Ray described as "half burned mo- cleanup m-oject is he said. It was a paper might be this week. and if couflty printing* es- had ofered their The Per- plant on the block also received editor said that newspaper of- collapsed when the firewall and the stone be- However, the stayed intact in the the fire star+- tialty overhead heat- Store. It was a msserby about and eauip- Stilhvafer, Cushing. Pawnee assisted denartment before under control The munieipal water depleted and tank from other towns to complete it was 10:O0 that be could enter the to begin clean- and work has ince that Darts of the e0nin- Warped and must be affected were sho on the corner, the Ya!e Record. Store. Gee Hard- Grocery. are former Perk- They owned a locker plant in Per- in the 1950's to go at Yale. Perform At Meeting Perkins presented the annual Farmers held in Still- night. Roy Wall, Holbrook and FIouston presented numbers. Steven Cundiff presented nurnbers. Ronnie Union schol- ar OSU, gave a ern  en Road Shall I a young lad older men dis- roads in life. PERKINS FFA took two top places in the poultry judging contest in Oklahoma City Saturday. First in Contest, from left to right (above) are Mike Manke, Lanny Jacob,, David Aynes and lob Evans. Set,n4 team (below), from left to right: Da- vid Wa!l. Bob Story, Jerry Reynolds and Charles KrieL Paul Evans is Vo-ag instructor. Perkins Sales Tax Up In August Both Perkins and Yale. Payne county's largest rural communi- tier, were up in sale tax co!- leetlons for the month of Auq- ust. as eomnare with the same month in 1966. Paype county was down in salc tax. the decrease noted in Cud:lug returns. Perkins collected $2.237.17 in sales tax in Au';u-t a conzpar- ed with 82.08t.57 for the same period in 1966. Yale had 8!.920 54. as comnared with 1.182.36 in August 1966. Tax commission figt,res show that Perkins collected a tzt.! of $25.113.73 in sales tax in 1986. Yale collected $21.758.69 for the year 1966. County-wide. collections were down 2.17 percent in August. Payne county colected $86.472.95 as compared with $88.394.34 in August 1966. Cushing hr.d 824.- 203.80 in August as compared with S28.612.70 in 1966. Stiil- water collections were un to $55.453.65 h'om 853,324.45 in Aug ust 1966. One of the rare times that the state has ever shown a loss in tax eollections was m August There was a 8269.785.54 loss. The total for August 196'/ was $6.048.317.73 as compared with $6,309,143.27 in August 1966. The greatest loss was in Love county with 25.42 decrease. So. quoyah county had the greatest increase with 24.33 percent. e..f.) ,U. and the 'p loss fo August are: Creek county, 23.07 loss: Pawnee 9.45" toss; Noble, 15.84 loss; Logan 7.85 loss; Lin- coln 4.93 gain. Mrs. Caron Presented 50 Year Fin in OES Perkins Chapter No. 119 Order of the Eastern Star presented .M:-s. Glenn Carson a 50 year service pin on Sunday, Novem- ber 26. She xva initiated into Perkins Chapter in 1917 and s_-':ved as Worthy Matron in 1929. In addit'on to her activities in Ea.:tern Star over the past fifty years, she has been closely a:sociMed with her church school and various organiza- tions. 1Re,,-. Ronal Weathers read the 71st Psahu. and Mrs. J. W. . Ke::t2row gave the opening pray- er. Mrs. Russell McGhee. daugh- ter of Mrs. Carson. pinned an Orchid corsage, a gift from her sen Joe, upon her mother. The pin ieresentation was mde by Mrs. Francis Markee. Worthy Matron ,assisted by Mrs. Ella Baker. program chairman. A duet was sung by Rea Dawn Youn,ker and Monte Lynn Ja- cobs accomnanied by Donna Wiseman. The benediction was given by J. W. Rentfrow. The reception table was cov- ered with a lace cloth and a bowl of red roses formed the centerpiece. Mrs. E. L, McCarty pres,ded at the sih'er serviee and " - .**r. Bill Sasser served the cake. Mrs Cecil Henry was re- freshment chairman. Those present were Mrs Har- riet McGhee. Cindy and Mike of Ponce City; Mrs. Myral Brunet, Stillwater; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Houston. Glenn Carson. Mrs. Ruth Stanley, Mrs, Dora Mercer, Mrs Ella Baker and Mrs Cecil Henry, all relatives of Mrs. Car- son Also present were Mrs. Bess Lewis., Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Rent- from, Mrs. , Jim Clark. Miss Mabel Willet, Mrs. E. L. Mc- Carty, Fred Willett, Mrs. Walter Martin, Mrs Bill Sassar, Mrs Axle Magee, Mrs Lida Knipe, Vote Set For Tuesday On Vocational School District Support Millage Tuesday, December 19 has been set for area district voters to approve an operational levy for Central Oklahoma Area Vo- cational-Technical School, Dis- trict No. 3. The Area District Board of Education is asking the citizens in the three county area to au- thorize a levy not to exceed 3 mills. This operational levy will be used in the fiscal year 1968- 69 for the salary of the area superintendent, building plans, and surveys regarding course of- ferings. The remainder of the amount will be used for capital out-lay in purchasing the site and some equipment. The Board has announced the location of the school will be within a six mile radius of 5.6 miles east of Drumright, deter- mined by an independent re- search firm to be the center of the Area District, based on student miles to be traveled. A specific site will be determined by the board when funds are assured for engineering studies, utility surveys and other inves- tigations contingent on the es- tablishment of a permanent educetional facility and the ex- penditure of district tax mon- ies. The Central Tech Area Dis- trict was formed in April 1967 when school districts in Creek. Payne and Lincoln Counties voted to create a vocational- technical entity to provide an educational pro2ram too ex- pensive for the individual dis- trict This was made possible by Oklahoma citizens approvaI of State Question 434 which provided that an area cou!d vote up to and inc'_uding 5 miUs fr operation of an area vocationa!- technical district, but could not obligate itself to more than 5 percent of its valuation for buildings, site and equipment. A five member Board of Ed'u- cation was elected on July 18, 1967, to be the legal entity for this district. Members reside in eaeh of the four zones of the area district but were elected by the entire area district to serve the three county area. Members are: Arthur M. Foster. Bristow. preqdent: A. C. Wiem- er. Drumright. vice-president; Caroline E. Hughes (Mrs. Huh). Cushing, Clerk; Tracy Kelly, Bristow, and William L. Wil- son, Saputpa. This board has been advised by local boards of education, administrators, State Department of Vocatoinal-Tech- nical Education, civic leaders- and citizens throughout the area district. All registered voters within the Central Oklahoma Area Vo- cational-Technical School Dis- trict will be eligible to partici- pate in the election Tuesday. The Central Tech School Dis: trict is composed of 31 individ- ual districts. They are: Cush- ing, Perkins, Ripley, Yale, Deep Rock, Harmony, Hillside, Oak Grove, Sunnyside, Carney, Try- on, Davenport, Stroud, Kend- rick, Bristow, Depew, Drum- right, Kiefer, Mannford, Oilton, Olive, Sapulpa, Slick, Allen- Bowden, Gypsy, Lone Star, Shamrock, Norfolk, Buckeye, Edna and Pretty Water. Polls will be open from 7 am. until 7 p.m. in every district, and voters will vote in the place where school elections are reg- ularly held. The 12 hour voting period will be a longer voting period than usual in dependent district school elections, and is applicable only to the Area School vote. Okiahoma statutes provide that an area district can vote up to and includin 5 mills for operational costs. Central Tech School Board of Education is asking area voters to approve an overational levy of 3 mills for the fiscal year 19e8-69. Funds over and above salaries for per- sonnel and tflanning expenditur- es wilt be used' for capital out- lay in the purchase of site and some equipmen. The State Board for Vocation- M-Technical Education through federal and state financing has agreed to pay half the cost of Central Tech School. The addi- tional 50 percent must be pro- vided through area district (local) taxes. Currently surveys are being made regarding curriculum needs based on area and state employment needs, on high school, post high school and adult retraining levels. Tenative plans are underway regarding staff, building, transportation, and other considerations, which will proceed in an orderly man- ner when operational funds are assured. Methodists Will Give Christmas Program Sunday The Chancel and ,Junior Choirs of the Perkins Methodist Chur- ch will present their special program of Christmas music this Sunday eveninm December 17 at 7:30. The choirs wi!l pre sent a variety of Christmas carols and hymns that have come to us from different coun- tries. The choirs will be directed by Mrs. Florence Holbro,' Miss Carol Wall and Mr finn Gard- ner Organists will be Earl West fall and Mrs. Donna Wiseman The public is invited to attend. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fagan were Mr. and Mrs. Bitl Reynolds ..att . family, Mr. and lt.S: David  ii*- Baker, Brake, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cabe que Lynn daughter of and son. Kenneth, and Mr. and_ Mr. and Mrs Jack Baker, Hous- Mrs. Bishop Lakey, all of Still- water and Mr. S. Yagan. Mrs. L. C. Mast, Rev.-.Ronal Weathers, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Markee and Mr. and Mrs S C. Wallen, Stillwater. ton, has heen dancing in the homes for the aged in the Hous- ton area. She has been dancing with the Cribo Dance Studio the pst  years, -Sacque is tl granddaughter of the Lawrence .... Bkers and Cegil Recluses, ali of Perkins.  , ,