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December 29, 1977     The Perkins Journal
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The Journal Classified Section PHONE: 547-2411 l . 000niF00 Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES Q cents a word-lst insertion II.00 Minimum) ) cents a word each =ccessive insertion (75 ts minimum) We accept telephone ads must charge 50 cents iing charge for non-ledger ounts. Card of Thanks-$1.50 Deadline - 3 p. mTuesday L Phone 405-547-2411 . FOR SALE n t0R SALE -- Registered Istralian Shepherd pup- ls; Top Quality! Guaran- ld. 372-5406 after 3:00 illwater 1 tp( IAKLEE ORGANIC PRO- IUCTS" -- Natural food kpplements, vitamins, bio- radable household pro- Lets, cosmetics, baby pro- tots. Money back guaran- i. Slim Plan with the tlance of essential nutri- a. Free Catalogue. Ruby ney, 127 Timberline Dr. rkins, 547-2239. 114t* P Pogue "s City Plumbing Co., Inc. 47-2117 122 S. Main L. R. "RED" POGUE Piumbing .:- Heating Air Conditioning Hake 1 LUMBER CO., INC. 218 W. 9th STILLWATER 372-2377 ONE-DAY SERVICE ! PICK-UP & DELIVERY i Cleaners 114 W. 8th Ave. Stiilwater Phone 372-7022 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank everyone for the cards, flowers, visits and other kindnesses ex- tended to me while I was in the hospital. David Sasser NOTICE i i WANT i O TRADE MY 4 bedroom, brick, central heat & air, home at 407 Eaton Drive for older property closer to town. Will finance difference. 10 4tcb mm . nlm smlr;l;rO I t ,mLl( o, I,uml)cr & all other huildin m;ttcrial, qlh and I f)IA I,Pl %111.1.9, %1 tR. (IKI.A, I " i I i STILLWATER 37%0083 Area Students graduate Central State University of Edmond will have a mid- term graduation class of 614. Mid-term graduates will participate in spring gradu- ation ceremonies. Those graduating from area towns are: Morrison-BSE: Danny Gaff Leigh, safety education. Weilston-BAE: Tickle Lynn Miller, modern lang- uage-spanish; BSE: Teri Lynette Norwood, health and physical education--coach- ing women. -0- CHRISTMAS DINNER GUESTS Mrs. Jim Lacy, Perkins, Judy Lacy of Pawnee and Mr. and Mrs. Phil of Hughes of Perkins were Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bowyer, Johnny and Marsha. -O- CENTRAL RURAL ELECTRIC Box 591 372-2884 Stillwater Grooms F: RN1TURE & CARPET t f, 208 w lqth. STILt WATEI4 ........ ER2-O-68 ? " 4 I II GAGE WES/ERN STORE BOOTS--HATS--JEANS SADDLE GEAR 115 W. 7th Stillwatet 372-3338 ,,, IIII POST OFFICE BOX 842 STILLWATER. OKLAHOMA 74074 STILLWATER AUCTION CO. 122 E. 9th 377.3377 - Stillwater, Okla. i i AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY. : 1 7:30 P.M. i 4/e Buy for Cash Or Sell on Commission i i Ralph J. Jacob, Owner ' 'NEXTANT1QUEAUCTION- Sun. Dec. ll-1.'30p.m. I a/n) Cimarron Laundromat 128 N. Main Perkins Open 24 Hours A. R. Karnes 547-2692 r i We Have Moved Kerns Construction Co. 1805 S. Perkins Rd. ! Northside Cleaners 372-0644 716 N. Main Stillwater, Okla. Drive-Up Window DRAPES BEA UTIFULL Y CLEANED AND . FAN-FOLDED II n Ill Bowyer's Garage West of Cemetery on Knipe St., Indus. Park Phone: 547-2020 Perkins st. Ready Mix Concrete Crushed Roek l Road Aggregates Cement & Sand Reinforcing Rods 372-1885 THE OUAPAW CO. 324 E. 4th. Stillwater Federal Savings Assodation Locally Owned & Operated TREES--SHR UBS PEST CONTROL PRETREATING OkI, - ( i A & e OolU.el Termite Co. "P011  gdM," Phone jter 5 372-4934 547-2660 Mae Thompson Rites Held Miss Mac Thompson, Rt. 2, Perkins, died Christmas Day in her home. She was 91 years old. Services for Miss Thomp- son were held Tuesday, December 27, 1977 at 2 p.m. in Eden Chapel Church, with Rev. Van Nickels officiating. Burial was in Perkins Cemetery with Strode Fune- ral Home in charge of arrangements. Mac Thompson was born Sept. 6, 1886, in Hodgeman County, Kansas, the daugh- ter of James H. and Alpha R. Thompson. She came to the Perkins area with her parents in 1898. She taught Sunday School at Eden Chapel Church. Proceded in death by one brother and one sister, she is survived by two brothers, Rex Thompson and Aubrey Thompson, both of Perkins, and one niece, Mary Kay Pratt, Enid. -0- WHITE SPACE SELLS i FILL SAND Top Soil i %" Crushed Rock Jim Stanton Sand ...---624-0737--- J & L Plumbing 54%2740 *Repair Plumbing *Appliance Repair ***** John Reynolds Perkins, Okla. News of 1977 (From Page 1) The Livestock and Meats Judging Teams attended the NaUonal and won high honors. It was announced that Perkins' part in the Kaw Water Project, that would provide treated water from the Kaw Reservior, would be $262,100. These funds will come from a 75% grant plus a loan frtm the Farmers Home Administration. The project is several years off, but the ground work is laid for an adequate supply of water for Perkins' future. The Lions Club, after several years of discussing it, finally started a project to enlarge their Lions building. A wall was knocked out and the room doubled in size. The Lions Club has shown a growth and the old facilities were becoming too small. The Lions also sponsored a program to buy new Main Street Christmas decorations for the community through various fund raising pro- grams and donations. Perkins area farmers are joining the National Agri- culture movement in promot- ing a strike that is hoped to result in parity for all farm products. An office was set up on Main Street and several farmers have become instrumental in providing leadership in the organiza- tion of the strike. The farmers have been involved in picketing and demonstrat- ing in parades. Perkins residents protest- ed a redistricting plan that would have put Perkins in Cimmissioner District 3. A delegation attended a public meeting and the city council went on record as opposing changing districts. The Com- missioners resolved the matter by not redistricting, and the Commissioner Dis- trict remain as they have been.. -0- SOdND OFFI II (From Page 3) endanger our lives or careers. In a rather douded issue about the legality of prayers in school, the National Education Assoc. is appar- ently supporting a teacher in North Carolina who has been fired because he "question- ed the principal about the legality of school prayers" in that high school. The teacher is not an NEA member. On the other hand, the 'NEA stated it was the "unprecedented nature of the case and its impact on the teaching profession" to which they objected. Never- theless, Michael Smith, the teacher involved, has been accused by members of the Aibemarie, N.C., community of being a "devil worship- per," who spreads "rotten- The Perkins Journal Thursday, December 29, 1977-5 ess" and "taught a mini- course on Satanism." As a result, the daily prayers in the school were replaced with silent prayers which begin with the announcement, "Let's bow our heads," and after a pause "Amen" is said. In my opinion, this is another of the accumulating obstacles which face us in thenew year. Whether or not the teacher is guilty of any wrong doing, it appears to be another case of one .person choosing to tak ,away another's civil rights Because he does not agree with them. Where does it all end? It seems to me that my civil rights end when they infringe upon another's. The same thing applies when his civil liberties are imposed upon me. As in the case of Miss Bryant. does she not have the same right under the constitution to express her moral convictions as the homosexual has to choose his life style? After all, she is not trying to impose her views upon them but merely that they should not be allowed to force their convictions upon others either. There are two sides to this question of "rights," and until BOTH parties receive equal privileges under the constitution, the discrimin- ation on the part of those hwo chose to live by God's laws is especially unjust. These problems remind me of the song, "This time, Lord, you (really) gave me a mountain." -0" NOTICE TO OBSERVE THE HOLIDAYS "Y" Livestock Auction NO SALE Wed. Dec. 21, or Dec. 2g, 1977 Our Next Sale Will Be Jan. 4, 1978 Thanks to all our many Friends atul Cttstomers. MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR Ring in the New Year with Best Wishes to all of our wonderful friends and patrons. Have a great 1978! Riley's l teak House Mr. and Mrs. ArHB Riley and John l Cimarron Country Ballroom Dance Every Saturday Night 9 'til 1 with Cimarron Cowboys New Year's Tickets Now Available. Make Reservations Now! Reservations or Tickets Rt. 4 Box 60 405-624-1201 6 miles South of Stillwater StiUwater " [I _ 0s bmr II " i ii .iml MEAT MART Custom Curing Processing Cut to your specifications Appointments notNecessary Stillwater, Ok. 372.8481 523 $. Washington o ' ' HAPPY NEW YEAR!  (1) DINNER THEATRE (thru Jan. 11) Award Wminll Las Veps Variet Act! Enjoy a festive celebration with K C Strip Steak, Prime Rib or Chucken Kiev dinner; dancnng party favors and Breakfast Buffet! Only $25 Per Person (Hotel-Theatre Package $37 Per Person) (2) GOVERNORS CLUB Welcome Tne New Year Enioy famous Steak Soup. To The Choice Of Prime Rib, K. C. Mellifulous Sounds Of Strip Steak or Chicken Kiev dinner, dancinq, party favors. NACIO & BAIRD e,.k,=st =ue.t. . Only $17.50 Per Person (Hotel-Club Package $2950 Per Person) ========================================== WHY DRIVE HOME! Spend the night at the beautiful Lincoln Plaza Ina after your New Year's Eve celebration. ,Oimtr lrhelhre4tettl Pmckole "$37 per perslm (beNd on die.hie occupency) Oevernors lub,.NMml Package 129.50  Perems (limed e de141e accvpency) IqlS-PAIO lalWRVATImN pm lmmD MAll *** 405/528-5555 *** Uncoln Iqlzlll Inn 4445 Uncoln BIwL, O.K.C. 73105 II l iii DR. GARY L. MEYER Chiropractor 372-6919 104 East MeEIory StiHwater , laklahoma Termites ROACHES, RATS AND ALL OTHER PESTS *** Free Estimates and Inspections Since 1932 Home Owned & Operated Tree & Shrub Spraying A&M Termite Co. ;, 372-2526 New Year's Greetings to all of our fine friends and patrons. We hope the next year will bring you happiness and Success. Perkins Tag Agency Bill and Frances Blair ATTENTION: HUNTERS & TRAPPERS Fur Buyer will bein Perkins at Cimarron Valley Co-op at 247 S. Main each Friday from 9:30 a.m. till 10:00 a.m. beginning December 2, 1977. We buy green and dry furs of all kinds. Skin case all fur (like oppossums), not open up the middle. We also buy rattlesnake skins. Well handled furs bring TOP PRICES! Greater Oklahoma Fur Company 202 West Broadway Henryetta, Okla. 74437 HAPPY u I NEW YEAR I I I I 01d man '77 gives way to a prornisin I 78) We're hoping for a great New Year I filled with success and happiness for all of our friends. t From All of Us At-