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December 20, 1984     The Perkins Journal
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VICES HELD FOR A. STEWART serVices tor Mr. t;rover Stewart. 75, Cushing, were at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, 13. 1984, in the First ist Church of Tryon, Okla- homa, with Rev. John Gossewin, ttarrah, as the officiant. Special music was provided by Becky Jones as she played the piano prelude and postlude• She accompanied Louise Dodrill. soloist, as she sang "Farther Along." and "How Great Thou Art." Those serving as casketbearers were: Tommy Bingham, Bobby Friday, Dec. 21 thru Dec. 619 S. MAiN 372-2111 PROTOCOL PG Nightly open 7:15: Shows at 7:39 and 9:30 Matinees daily 12/22 thru l/2.Open l:15:Shows 1:30 & 3:30 SHOWS: Christmas Eve at 7:.30 Only: Christmas Day Open 4:45 Shows at 5:30:5:30:9:30 NO BARGAIN PRICE SHOWS 12/25 and l/1 O ;TARMAN PG Nightly at 7:30 and 10:00 Matinees Dec. 22 thru Jan. 2 at 1:30 & 4:00 SHOWS Christmas Eve 7:30 Only - Christmas Day AT 5:00: 7:30:10.'00 NO BARGAIN PRICE SHOWS 12/25 or 1/1 424 S. MAIN 372-2614 2010 PG Nightly Open 7:15 at 7:30 & 9:45 Matinees daily 12/22 thru Jan. 2 Open 1:15:Shows 1:30 & 3:45 SHOWS: Christmas Eve at 7:30 Only: Christmas Day- Open 5:00: Shows at 5:15;7:30 and 9:45 NO BARGAIN PRICE SHOWS Dec. 25 or Jan. 1 COWl~YMALL 624-1422 BEVERLY HILLS COP R Nightly Open 7:15: Shows 7:30 and 9:45 Matinees Daily Dec. 22 thru Jan. 2 Open 1:15: Shows 1:30 and 3:45 SHOWS: Christmas Eve at 7:30 Only: Christmas Day- Open 5:00 Shows at 5:15; 7:30:9:45 NO BARGAIN PRICE SHOWS Dec. 25 or Jan. 1 CITY HEAT PG Nightly at 7:30 and 9:30 Matinees Daily Dec. 22 thru Jan. 2 at 1:35 and 3:35 SHOWS: Christmas Eve at 7:30 only: Christmas Day-5:30:7:30 9:30 Camren. i~ay Johnson, Bob lmh~Z. Lynn Stewart, and Bobby Stewart. Interment under the direction of the Fairly-Hackler Funeral Home was conducted in the Carney Cemetery. A native of Oklahoma, Mr. Stewart was born June 29, 1909, at Tryon, the son of the late Fred and Mae Smith Stewart. He was reared and received his early education in the Tryon area. On March 31, 1936, he married Ines M. Bingham at Perkins. The cou- ple established their first home in the Tryon Community, later mov- ing to Cushing in 1947. Mr. Stewart operated a Dairy and then later was employed with Huff Service Station. He had been employed by Foreseel Chevrolet for 27 years prior to his retirement in 1974. During his retirement, Mr. Stewart worked with the Green Thumb Program. He died Monday evening in the Cushing Regional Hospital following an illness of 6 months. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ines M. Stewart of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Judy Ann May of Harrah, Oklahoma; 6 brothers, Gilbert of Perkins, John of Fresno, California, Everett of San Antonio, Texas, Robert of Del Ci- ty, Oklahoma, Fred of Muskogee, Oklahoma, and Leroy Stewart of Stiliwater; 2 sisters, Gladys Lowman of Cushing, and Ada Johnson of Stillwater; 3 Grand- children and 2 Step-Grandchild- ren. *0- Roy LaRue Services Held Funeral services for Roy LaRue, 85 years old, were held on Dec.. 15, 1984 at 10 a.m. in the Smith Funeral Home Chapel, Guthrie. Rev. Bruce Graft of. ficiated and interment was at Crescent Cemetery. Arrange- ments were under the direction of Smith Funeral Home, Guthrie. Born Aug. 2, 1899 in Larnar, Ark., he died December 12, 1984 in Guthrie Nursing Center at the age of 85 years, four months and 10 days. He was a retired Fair- mont Creamery and City of Greg Pierce yrs. Teaching Experience Taught Vocational Agriculture• Tishomingo, OK Runner-Up Outstanding Young Vo-Ag Instructor Honorary State Farmer yrs. School Administration State Department Vocational and Technical Education Agriculture Curriculum Specialist Assistant Coordinator Curriculum and In- structional Materials Center Coordinator Program Evaluation and Testing Services A COMMON SENSE APPROACH TO QUALITY EDUCATION LINCOLN PLAZA HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER Celebrate New Year's Eve as you ring in 1985 to the sound of The McCain Brothers & the McCain Brothers Band App~or,ng fn th~ Wc~t(~rn Aoom $35 per person from 7:30-10:00 p.m,) -- or-- The Bottom Line Transaction , ~ $25 per person ,4~ Packages Include: ~" Complimentary Cocktails Fill Night . Party Favors. * Champagne at Midnight for the New Year Toast * i• Entertainment . * Stay all night f°r the special price of.s28" * • Take our Elevator Home & enjoy a safe New Years for only 7 ,... o0 o ooo , o uooo, "~. ":~ '˘' For reservations and more information, coil: 528-2741 Tickets on sole now, All major credit cards accepted. Guthrie employee. The LaRues had made their home in Guthrie until June 1982, when they mov- ed to 208 West Stumbo in Perkins. He is survived b) his wife, Opal, Guthrie; one daughter, Mrs. "$no fooling, we wish you the bestl David Land Jennifer Plank The Perkins Journal Thursday, December 20, 1984 PAGE 7 Ruby Ray, Columbus, Kansas, step granddaughters .,.,t toU; one step daughuer, Mrs. Arlenestep great-grandchildren. Hicks, Coyle; two sisters Mrs tic was nreceded in death by Jack (lmot ene) Smith of Guthrie, parents, one sob, two grand- Mrs. Irene Ferriera of Klamathsons, two sisters and two Falls, Oregon, four granachildren, brothers, eight great-grandchildren, four -o- ? Come in during December to either our Perkins or Coyle store to fill out a Citgo application and to Register for a Free Color TV. Only Citgo Applicants are eligible• You may only register once, and you must be 18 years or older• al -el al -el -el al -el al -el al -el -el -el al al al ,el -el al al Congratulations To Turkey Winners Joan Sallaska and Kathleen Woods --Register for Free Turkeys-- Two Given Away Each Week Until Christmas Open 24 Hours 124 N. Main Perkins 547-5183 ., ; tu|tttac bonneville Brougham, 4 door, air, power seats, windows, door & trunk locks, Looks and drives BRAND NEW! You won't believe it 'til you see & drive it! .......... $2950 1984 T-Bird, 2 door, V6, auto., power, a~r. tagged & ready to go! SPECIAL .. $9950 1983 Camaro Rallye Sport, power w~n- dows, V8, automatic, cruise, tilt, stereo, cloth deluxe interior, beautiful charcoal clear coat paint, local owner, low miles .................... $7950 1979 Chevy Monte Carlo Landau, 2 door, V8, auto., air, power w,ndows, low miles! 1977 T-Bird, new paint, runs good, too! ONLY ......... $2950 1974 Galaxie 500, 2 door, absolutely the n~cest one left in the area Talk witn the inal owner $2000 1973 Ford Galaxie 500, 2 door, auto., Dower, aft, extra clean! ........ $1150 1984 Tempo GL4-cloor DIESEL. Up to 50 MPG. power, air, load- ed! List $9649.50NOW $8445.67 19~4 E150 Van with Mark III Conversion, raised r~lof, loaded! List $23,712 NOW $17,950 i984 Ei50 Cargo Van, ready to work! ......... $9650 1983 E150 Club Wagon XLT, 8 oassenQer, loaded! ....... $13,950 i O 1984 LTD, 4 door, auto OD, power, air, cruise tilt, stereo, tu- tone, lots more extras! Was $11,967.50... NOW $10,191.56 SERVICE SPECIAL COMPLETE ENGINE EXCHANGE With new oil, carburetor, valves, heads, timing gears & chain, plugs, distributor, etc. READY TO RUN! Sl Up to 50,000 mile warranty, installation available & must have rebuildable core, CUSHING PARTS OPEN SATURDAYS 8 a.m. til 12 p.m. 1982 GMC S15 V2 ton with arr & High Sierra Pkg., local, one owner & 27,000 actual miles, x-tra clean ......... $5950 1981 F350 1 ton flatbed, 4 speed. '400 CID, power steenrlg power brakes, a,r tow m,les, steelbed, dual rear wheels $75()0 1980 Chevrolet Pick-up, automat,,,c, power, a~r, real sharp $4950 1979 Ford F350 Wrecker, complete wflh dollies, w~nch hnes, shng. everything but a broom New t~res & paint, fresh engine & trans overhaul $8950 1979 F150, 460 V8. auto, power a~r $4400 1978 Chevrolet C10, V8, auto, loaded blue tu4one, n~ce truck $3950 4 x 4 TRUX : 1983 F150 4x4 Flareside ....... $99~)0 1983 F150 XLT, SWB 4x4, loaded to fhe hdt, over$3,000 worth of cuStOm equipment 1979 Ford F150 4x4, 4 speed. V8 $9500 power steenng & brakes. 52,000 actual mdes Like new ........ $5500 1927 Bugatti Roadster Replica. V.W. powered & less than 1200 miles since built by California Custom Car Builder. List over $10,000, NOW ......... $3950 4 x 2 TRUX 1984 F150, V8 auto OD power, a~r & more! L~st $12.787 05 NOW $9219.14 1984 F150, V8, auto. XL Explorer. load. ed & n~ce! Ust $14.445 60 NOW $10,260,13 1984 F150, 300 6 cyt auto • power, a~r see th~s one~ List $12522 15 . .... $9008.39 1984 F150, Ford Factory Vehicle. V8 auto OD, power, a~r. stereo SAVE ON THIS ONE! $9950 1984 F150 Styleside, Ford Factory Veh,cle ...... SPECIAL $8500 1984 Bronco, 351 4 BBL, auto, a r, cruise, tilt, power w n- clews/locks, cassette & lots more, Was $17,044.45 ............. ............ NOW $14,420,96 RENT-LEASE- BUY! • ..... o t. t.. • •~..#t. - I./~,/ t ; That"s right, you Can rent this 1985 Mark .ivan, brand new & 1981 Ford F150 Explorer, V8, auto, motor home for as little as $485* the finest conversion made ower:..a r, tu-!one:.38,000m,!es $69 per week with no mileag anywhere i. List over po] ]wer~nevrolet& a~r, hit, c~"VeraO°'ru=se, fully ~u-tOneoaded &red'an char'eu . D ese , air ride, a: $19,000 ............ $16,950 awfully nice truck $4950 $40,000 vehicle, LOG Al il IF DRI)' i ! 200 S. PENN--DRUMFIIGHT ) I "ro, F,a. oo, r2zs I ! ,la/3s -zs,ss I : I Open 8 a m -6 p m weekdays, 8 s m -4 p m Sat [ I O10en 8 a m -6 p rn Weekdays, 8 a m -3 10 m Sat I ~. ; . --1-- __ ~''~"~'~'°"-:------------1~ -- --------L---- "o,.,.~..,,~__________~o,~~ • NOW IN CUSHING & DRBMRIGllT • NOW IN CUSHING & DRUMRIGW!