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Perkins, Oklahoma
December 15, 1994     The Perkins Journal
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December 15, 1994

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! Perkins Chamber of Com- president; Rick Clark, second merce members nominated vice president; Dan Johnson, and elected new officers and third vice president; Bobble directors at their regular Myers, secretary-treasurer; monthly meeting held De- and Twila Longan, past presi- cernber 1. dent. Those officers elected in- Named to the board were clude Joe Hrencher, presi- Gene Wallenberg and Randy dent; Beane, first vice Jarvis, 3 year terms; David Sasser and Pete Windiate, 2 year terms; and Christy Willingham and Brady MCullough, 1 year terms. The new officers and direc- tors will officially take office at the Annual Banquet that will be held in January. It was also announced at that meeting that the Cham- ber offices have been moved to The Perkins Journal offices and that an answering ma- chine has been installed to help field the calls until a person can be hired. The tele- phone number stays the same it was noted, The next meeting of the Perkins Chamber of Com- merce will be this Thursday, Dec. 15, at 12 noon, at the Perkins Lions Den. Perkins Chamber of Commerce members elected new .. officers and directors recently. Shown from left to right .-.. are Wes Beane, 1st vice president; Twila Longan, out going president; and newly elected President Joe / r Hrencher. (Beard) Talked to lady about lsot purse; was placed on her car and she drove offtowards Cushinge- 12-8 *8:30 a.m. (Lott) Family disturbance; got it settledo9:20 At high school reference flash- ing light at Elementary being stolen; will meet with boys and parents tomorrow*8:10 Talked to lady about looking at other peoplets mail in boxes. Got it taken care of-12-9*5:30 p.m.Report of pickup sitting crossways in road north of Lum- ber Yard; owner of truck get- ting it pulled out; he lost con- trol in the sand*5:44 Report of suspicious truck; unfounded. Attorney At Mon-Tue, Dec. 5-6:5:20 p.m. Assisted (Ottaway) assisted traf- fic accident at 33/177 o8:35 Lock out at 100 S. Main*10:15 Heavy fog and misting. 3 p.m. (Beard) Took vandalism report; someone hrew pop bottle through vehicle ide window-12-7*10 p.m. P.O. Box 819 * 135 S. Main Perkins, OK, 74059 1-800-724-NIPP Fax: 405-547-2772 - 0 .- Z-q ~f" -~, 111 Need Holiday Cash? We've got loans... --" $60 and up plus drawings for $100 $50 $25 Additional holiday hours: Saturdays 9-noon " 'tl ,Now through Dec. 17 '" , \ r m mm mm m m mmm m m mm m n,m m m m m m m m m m m= m m mm m m m mm I PARTNERS IN EDUCATION, INC. PERKINS-TRYON FOI I m Our Mission: | "To improve the quality of education in the Perkins-Tryon School )YES! Count on my suppo ! gift of $. is enclosed. m wish to give $. I ( ) In Honor Of m ( ) In Memory m n Please advise m Their mailing address is: I l m m Thank you for your tax deductable gift/ I Please make checks payable to: Partners in Education, Inc. Foundation i Tax # 73-1367281 I P.O Box 549 Perkins, OK 74059 Ln~l~m~mm~ ~m ~n~l~ ~mi ~m mm~ ~ n ~n n ~ ~mm i ~ of 522 N. Perkins Rd #33 9~ Stillwater 372-3327 Loan Production Office of Pioneer Bank & Trust 109 W. Moses Cushing 225-7891 / / / f / / d , Q - j C> a J / This holiday season, give your loved Plus, Southwestern Bell Mobile ones an invaluable gilt -- peace of mind. Systems offers Automatic Call Give them all lhe sal 'ly and security Delivery, which allows all your calls a cellular phone provides from to follow you from coast to coast -- Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems. automatically. And for a Ilndted time, Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems get your first 3 months of service on is the only cellular company in the state us with new service activation.** that offers oz,er 43,000 square miles of So this holiday season, give home coverage across Oklahoma, Texas, them the gift they'll talk about for years. 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" " Janzen Old~mobile Thompson's EleCb'~~ i 918-377-2262 Route 5, Box 535 405-;6;:;847 ~YTN5U~n Cartunes Inc. 116 E 6th 205 S. Main .~ ._ .... 405-762-1529 "" 1302 [:. 6th 405-372-4550 405-743-0507 ,~ I;llt~, Pemberton Ionkawa Motor Co 405-624-1811 Radio Shack Wilson Chevrolet~ ' i n Installations Unlimited Chevrolet Inc 308 E North Ave Ame[!ca!. Te~phone 109 E E ............ -., " Custom Car Stereo 711 N. Perkins 4650 W 6th i ~u/N. 4~n #z28 m~.orla ooou ,, ,,.. ~on,V.awe U~ ...... 405 377 '="44 .....:" ^"~'~~ Rovalfv Bldo 405-762-7215 405-765-5595 405 ~pa'~ o=/b, P'erKins Rd, " "~.~ quo-a/Z-~=o~ 405-765-3i31 Radio Shack To(a "-- "'" 405-624-9770 Ron Shirley Pontiac~ 0 t;omm Inc Hall Technol Inc 4700 W 6th 3One_, B N 14th 104 E. E mo.,~a 716 S MainOgy' 405-3721230 405 762-t229 405-76z-on uu 405-624-7~44 ~,, 1: L