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8-The Journal, Thursday, January 27, 1977 :..,.,v.. ,i:!.:....:..w...:.:.:........-...,.-..:::i.:. :.:::i .....::.:.:.: !...: .: ::.: .:..-.:.:...i:il.-:i.. i :...:....:.:.:.: i:i:..:::.,.:...,,.&apos;.....,.....:.........'.:.:......,.,......::..'::.:::.:.'..-...:,:.:. :-.".".%'.:<.:...:i:-:.:.:..".:..':.'.:i: .: lli Payne County Court Report *: ::: ::::: ::.: :::::i: Classified Ads For Sale Help Wanted "qo'o',','o%%';':o:,;,'o', ";';,;o:,','o'o'o','o',',,;,''o'," 10 cents a word-lst Insertion .................... ...............,........v,.....,.............,.....,... [$1.00Mhdmum] FOR SALE: New Kirby HELP WANTED: Need 9 tents a word caleb successive Sweepers & attachments Extra Cash? No labor inrtlun [75 cents minimum] $199.50 with any trade, involved. See Doyle Gaither, We accept telephone ads Kirby belts 3 for $1.00. Ran Carney. Call 865-2245 or but must charge 50 cents billing charge for non-ledger Warren. 547-2773. Stevens Ford, 348-1330 accounts. 5 ffc c 3 3t* Deadline.5 p.m. Tuesday Phone 405-547-2411 CARD OF THANKS The family of T.W. Hackman expresses their sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbors for their cards, flowers, gifts and visits during the illness and following the death of our wife and mother. Mrs. Viola Hackman. SEWING MACHINE: Repair and parts. All models. Call 918-225-1598 Cushing. 4b tfc i C&C PATIO TOP concrete STORM SHELTERS. Gua- ranteed dry. 918-374-2450, Tryon. 2 4tchg i FOR SALE: Printers type For a Golden Opportunity: case drawers for antiquers To have your own part-time and hobbist. Contact Frank business and to possibly Evans at Perkins Journal, make more than you do in 547-2411 or Stillwater, 372--, your full time job. Call 8681. 547-2239, Perkins. 5,6,7 3t* REPOSSESSED: Singer Zig-, Zag sewing machine. $57.50 cash or terms. Write Credit Manager, Box 806, Cushing, Okl, 46 tfc FOR SALE: 1972 Yamaha 175. Cheap. 372-8681 or 547-2411. FREE: Cute small breed puppies. 54%2253. 5 ffc chg i Read the Want Ads! Our many thanks to the Perkins Journal for publi- cations; KSPI. rescheduling announcements: Frieda's Flower Shop, flowers; our daughter and family, recep- tion: to friends and relatives for cards, flowers, gifts and visits celebrating our 59th Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Coldsmith January24, 1977 Joy Kay Hilburn vs Allen PROBATES FILED: Houston, Worthington. MARRIAGE LICENSE Vance Hilburn, Gross Ne- P-77-10, Will of Alvin L. P-77-16, Will of George Tien S. Hou, 27, Stillwater; glect of Duty, James M. Hudiburg, Fitzgerald, Hous- Merchant Dinsmore, Jr., Le Lin, 25, Stiliwater. Rodney Curtis Kenslow, Springer, Jr. ton, Worthington. James M. Springer, Jr. Charla Jean Rodi vs Luis P-77-11, Adm. of Della P-77-17, J.D. of Death of 24, Tulsa; Susan Ruth Manuel Rodi, Gross Neglect Emma Knight, Fitzgerald, John D. Hill, Cubbage & Simank, 21, Stillwater. of Duty, James M. Springer, Houston, Worthington. Cubbage. Randall Odell Jones, 20, Jr. P-77-12,J.D. of Death of P-77-17, J.D. of Death of Glencoe; Pamela Joan Brake, Raymond W. Dorle vs Charles Everett Cook, Fitz- Ruth Barnett, Carroll F. 17, Glencoe. Ruth Doric, Incompatibility, gerald, Houston & Worth- Pope. Arthur Louis Kaminsky, J. Stewart Arthurs. ington. P-77-18, J.D. of Death of 22, Stillwater; Deborah Ann William Lloyd Shaffer vs Duncan, 22 Tulsa. P-77-13, J.D. of Roy A John D. Hill. Cubbage & Lynda Renae Shaffer, In- Hesser, Fitzgerald, Houston, Cubbage. Ronald Wayne Lighffoot, compatibility, Cubbage & Worthington. 'P-77-19, Adm. of James 21, Stiilwater; Deborah Jo Hinkle, 19, Stillwater. Cubbage. P-77-14, Will of LaRDy R. Callas spann, Cubbage & Schritter, Fitzgerald, Hous- Cubbage. Kenneth DeWayne: Tales, CIVIL CASES FILED: ton, Worthington. P-77-20, J.D. of Death of 23, Cushing; Barbara Jean First Nat'l Bank vs James P-77-15, Adm. of Estate of Clarence C. Trampler, John Hunter, 24, Cushing. W. Madison & Joel S. L.C. Carter, Fitzgerald, M. Haley. DIVORCES FILED: Hodges, Money Judgment, Fitzgerald, Houston, Worth- Virginia Sue Jones vs David Lee Jones, Incom- patibility, Thompson, Nance & Selph. Loreen E. Hart vs Michael D. Hart, Incompatibility, James M. Springer, Jr. Jennifer Dell Bridges vs William Allen Bridges, Gross Neglect of Duty, James M. Springer, Jr. SHAKLEE PRODUCTS FOOD SUPPLEMENTS, COSMETICS, HOUSE HOLD, BABY & PET PRODUCTS, FAMILY TOILETRIES. See at 127 Timberline Dr., Perkins, Okla. 547-2239 ington & Vance H. Fried. International Imp. & Ex- i ..|*'JlI porting Co. vs John J. Kelly, | r Money Judgment, Unger- I man, Grabel, Ungerman. Okla. St. University Emp. Fed. Cr. Union vs Bill Huffman and Darla Huff- man, Money Judgment on Promisory Note, Bullock & Hornbostel. First Nat'l Bank vs Jack H. Grim and Nina D. Grim. Money Judgment, Brid. McBride, Hochderffer. Walnut Valley State Bank vs Everett Ladd and Barbara Ladd, Abstract of Judgment, Ungerman. Grabel. Unger- man. Church of Christ vs F.B. Howland, et al, Quiet Title, D. Warren Crisjohn. Clarkson.Oak Dale News BELLE WHITMORE "Recently Todd VanBebber placed 3rd in the Junior Divison of the Lincoln Co. 4-H speech contest. This is his first year in 4-H work. The title of his speech was "Let's conserve our resour. ces." Todd is a 4th grade student at White Rock elementary school in Lincoln Co. He is also the grandson of Viola VanBebber, Perry, Okla. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore, Coyle. l Payne County C " " omm=ss=oners Report ,i,.,.,,,..;o.,,,.%,=,,,:,',:,:,,;;;.:,;,..?,-,%%%% .%%%%,,%..%',%'.%%%%',:,'.;,%%% .Y,%?,%'J:,;,%%?o;,%%?.% .......................;..-; .... ,: ,.",;.:. % %,..:-;, -,.%.,..,o.%-%.%;,,.%;,.%.%., ;,?,;,.%??,,-.-,; ...:,=,; ,;, .,; ,; ,; ,.,:o ;,,;,=,;o.'o;, o.o%. =% O oOo% OOOO %%% % o % , % %? % . % %? %" ,_%., he is contact the Board or the Health Department. r. hlte seconded the moticn. 24 Dyke's eldlng supplies $6.00 The raatIon carried with all cornlssioners voting eye. 425 Newspress service 14.$7 426 State Insurance Fund prem. 1123.59 Oarrell Pcklenburg, Comty Surveyor, was present with his recommendation o,I 27 Cure.ins Sales & Service supplies 922.t7 the blds for the Civil Defense building. Nr. Hecklemburg stated his rmkltion 42B Cummins Sales Servlce supplies IO2.74 uld be to approve S0C Construction. wlth the alternate bid. Hr. Hayfield mode R29 Babe's Sall Engine Supply servlce 25. a motion that S0C Construction inc. be given the bid for the building of the Civil 430 Albert Equipment supplies 236.80 Defense building and that we use the alternate bid of $15,24S. for a 40' x 7S' building 431 AIIred Supply supplles SHO.O0 In accor0ance with the plans prevlouslv presented. The Board will tt sign the contract 432 0ktaho Natural Gas utilities 367.36 until the funds have been processed to the appropriate account. Rr. hlte seconded the R33 Xarrls 33 Aoco service 86.70 ation. The tion carried with all clssitmers tlng eye. Nr. Reklenbur 9 presented his rendetlons for rellirs to the duauged bridge o the north side of 26-18-5. Nr. Mite auKle m otitm ttt the board authorize the repoirs es rended by the County Swveyor of the demeged bridge tn 26-18-5. Nr. Ryfleld seconded the otioa. The matlo carried with all oisstoflers voting The following claim were presented and approved For pyment: Ewlng Electric repairs, General 119.50 Oolings, Inc. supplies, General 23.60 George G. Noore services, Generel 1890.00 George G. Roore 1810.25 George G. Roore 369.25 IO-N. Faod Store " groc, elFere IO.00 5outnester Bell Telephone service. D.A. 136.17 outhestern Bell TelephOne service. Extension II.l Betty W. Oahms melees, Extension 4,SO Southwestern Bell servtce. Surveyor 21,15 service, Gen. 28.40 Xerox Corporatior service, Gen. 273.60 George G, Ioore. service, en. 298.37 Rlzook's Rexatl Drug medication, Gen. 80.DO Stillwater Ner, ts Prese publication. n. 60.35 Johnson Publishing Co. directory, O.A. 66.10 The Journal publication, Gen. 18.8 Quick Corner Pharcy medication, Gen. 10.O0 Xerox Corporation supplies, Co. Clerk A.O0 State Dept. lust. SOC, & Rahab. services. 488.6 |CC Office Sply supplies. Gen, 17,62 Dept, InSt. SOC &Reheb. OASI 12085.24 Ymllton'$ Electronics supplies, Sheriff [].0 The Bredsh Agency bond, Court Clerk 40.00 r's Cycle Center service, Gen. S.60 Coooer's Cycle Center service, Gen. 9.7 2.60 Vee Drug medication, Gen. ]68.11 The Journal publication, Gen. 13.60 The Journal publication, Gen. 59-9J Better Homes  Gardens subscription Ext. .00 Film Center Services rental, Ext. 16.00 Audio Visual Center supplies, Ext. 26.80 IBH supplfe Ext. 10.00 Tiger Drug edication, Gen. Ik2.O Duane HcVey trevel, Ext. IO5.90 Burroughs Corc<)ration malnt, agree, Treas. 35.00 State Insurance Fund prem. 221.39 Shader Pharmacy medication, Gen, 324.4 Brroughs Corp. m.;nt, agree, Co, Clerk 56.50 Burroughs Corp. supplies, Co. Clerk 25.2 Fenton 3ffice Supply supplies, Co. Clerk 2.30 Ray T. f4CLaury travel, Excise 68.64 District Attorney's Agency OA payroll 9031.66 estern Plurbing rpirs, Gen. 43.78 31.80 23,04 Paul J Sith, DO medicatiOn, en. 20.OO 0anJe] F. Schroeder repairs, Sheriff Ill.O0 HcCoy, ecklenburg  ssoc. rental, Cen. 75.00 City of Stil;water utilities, Gen 1933.72 Core-cial Chemical Co, repairs. Gen. 427.O0 Oklahca Teachers Retlremenl retirement, Supt. 30.00 FUND: City of Cushing utilities 26.90 City of Stlllwater 45.48 US Postmaster sttws 76.O0 Grace Louise Sutllff service 6.OO Hargo Haley travel 9.70 Oelorls E. Foler 14,0 Avenell offeit t6.80 Linda Hackman 22.95 Earnestrne B. Hodo 8.kO Department of Inst. SOC.  Rebeb. OASI 3747.48 Bradley's supplies 40.4 Melton Inc. supplies 95.98 Benge Electric service 18.66 HarrlsoElectrlc service 2.2 Gr Imsley's Suppl lee 2.80 Ermines Printers supplies 2.71 Barbara Boker service S,O0 Arkle Ges Co. utilities 4.15 5outhestern Bell service 406.OI HIGWAY "' 3 Histletoe Express 310 Foresee Chevrolet 32 S 0'Kelly 33 To's OK In Auto ohk Tire Warehouse 179 Cushing Lumber Co. Sooaer Suppltee Albert Equipment Albert Equllent Drreli Icklanburg Stewart S6Opiy Southwestern Bell GoD.ear Cect! Bradley Cecil Bradley Southetern Bell Clifton Auto Frit Auto Electric Bob Brown Tire Everett% Auto Supply DePartment inst, SO, Rehab. Hurst Tire Stewart Rock Goodyear Service Store Goodyear Service Store Logan Ford Inc. Rlph's Radiator In AUto Supply Vincent Chevrolet Steve's Farm G HOI Edams SqPply Cotny Ad,I Supply mlmy service 2.82 supptlel 4.20 salary 25.00 service 25.55 supplies 126.51 supplies 1348.14 suppiiee 24.09 Supplies ]7.5 sullles 177.04 supplies 62.17 service 218.76 supplies 300.OO service 88.69 service 49.00 service 176,00 25,00 service 65.00 service 14.42 service ,43 service 137.70 supplies 12.60 OASl 7845.2 service 21,O5 supplies 3000,00 supplies 124,06 supplies 128.0 43.42 service 28.16 service 20.00 servlcl 118.39 supplies 7.02 supplies 21.41 so#plle 23.k3 $Dllel )2.32 HIGHLY "k' 51 Louis Vasek service 4986.85 52 Evans & Associates supplies IS08.22 53 735.60 54 Stewart Pock 1215.21 5S 4383.21 56 Quap Company 2349,10 57 Dwes Bros. Hater[ CO. 14O9.12 REVENUE SHARING 94 Department of inst. SOC &Rehab OASI 210.60 S Quptr Company SuPplies,  3672.53 96 Charles I. atklns service, CO IO0,OO 97 Carrier Ditching S Excavating service, Cherity 80.00 CIVIL DEFENSE 78 State Agency for Surplus Property supplies 23,70 82 Tag Agency tags 7.05 83 Departlnt of lust. Sac &Reheb, OASI 28.22 84 Fenton Office Supply supplies Ik.O 8S Payton Oil Company supplies 58.O 86 intersteen Agency service 16.00 87 Charles L. atkins service 0,00 88 Lee Glass Co. supplies 60.OO 8 Motorola Co1unicattons & Electronics Supplies IS.DO 90 torola Im:, supplies 199.O 1 estern Union service 38.00 92 Enld-2-av Communications, Inc supplies 22.03 93 BKC Offlce Supply supplies 23-29 Hr. White mde motion to table claims Gen. 1034 S T-2391 for further Information and disell claim T'2 262. Hr. Hayfield seconded the motion. The motion carried .lth ell coelssioners ,otlng aye, Hr. /hlte made a motion to adjourn to reconvene January 24, t977, It 9:OO a.aL Hr. Hayfield seconded the motion. The motion carried with |11 commissioners voting lye. Respect ful Jy submi tted. Lrna G. Allensorth County Clerk A Unique Gift Idea /LNI M'AI. AND .,I 1 R ( iS: I FIXTL-RF:S ")11"O I'I.EASE ANYONI ()N XN t)((',Sl() Our selection Is /'J i,-  Stillwater's /  !| \\; Largest and F,nest. .s'J l:i:', '! Harrison Electric 000000LIGHT HOUSE 372-7171 914 S. Main, Stiliwater DRINK MILK II I RECOR0 F THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE HEETING OF THE PAYNE COUNTY BOARD DF COiISSIONERS The following oroceedings will e presented to the Board oF Count Coissloners for approval as minutes at the next naeting of awnuarv 2, 1577. The Board of County Commissioners met in a regular reting Ronday, JanuaPt 17, 1977, The following were present: Members: Ulysses E. Cruzan, Chairnn Bah White. Vtce-Chairmar Orvel avfield, teber Others L|nde G. Allens*:)rtn, County Clerk Bottle Wilsor. News Reporter The Cha;rman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m, The 0halrman reminded twse resent the reting was being recorded by the County Clerk, The proceedings of the eetlng held aanuary 3, 1577, ant special called meeting January , 177. GENERAL: were presented Nr. Hayfield requested the minutes of this meeting reflect the O nner in which the chalrmn was elected on January . 1977, es been questioned, 1018 but it iS his upinion since a majority vote as cast ane }s so reflected in the IOl minutes, the election hould De upheld, Hr. /hite mape motion to approve the IO20 minutes of January  and January 5. 1977, aS oresented, r. yfield seonOed the I0Zl tlon. The motion carried with all commissioners voting eye. 1022 1023 ilra Ryan, County Treasurer, was present with a resolution for the investment 1024 of S20C,DO0.O0 Count. 0eneral Funds into time certificates of aeposlt for five months. 1025 Rr. Hayfield made a motion to approve the resolution es presented, Hr. lte oded IO26 the motionr ThP tion carried with all commissioners voting aye; 1027 IO28 Mr. Hlyieid presented a resolutlon for the allocation of the Seventh Entitlement IO29 oeriod of Federal Revenue Shr/ng funds according to the orlginal resolution passed 1030 January 10, 1976. The allocation ls as follows: 1031 1032 Sheltered rkshop, H&O S 8,000.00 1033 Election Board &O S 2,000.00 IO3 air Board C/O $IO.000,OO 1036 General avernment (Auditor) HO $ 633.00 103 Charity: Q- - $13.000.00 103 N- - $ 1.500.00 $14.500.00 1040 Cr[n: Sheriff - $ 8.000.00 (C/O) IO41 Health - $}2.000.00 (C/O) 142 Civil 0ef $ 2.000.00 {C/0} $22.000.00 103 Coiss[on HO  i044 105 IO46 Hr. ayfleld Pde a motion to ap rove the resolutlon as presented with the distribution 107 aS listed above. r. hlte seconded (he motion, The motio carried with all 108 commlss1Oners voting aye I0 tO50 Mr. ayfleld Presented a resolution for the allocatlon for Anttrecession Fiscal IO51 Asslstae Funds ;n the amount of $4,305,00 to Civll Defense C/0. Nr. Mayfleld made 1052 a motion to approve the resolution as presented, Hr. White seconded Lhe motion, }03 The motion carried wit all coramlssJonPrz VOting aye, tOUR IOS5 The follt,ing Southwestern Bell Telephone 0ermtts were approved as presented: 10SE t0S7 Cross  parallel section line highway aoorox. 2 iles N. ot Coyle, NE/. 1-17-1, 1058 and extending approx 3- mile . & I mile N. 10S Fury cable for telephone use beg[nrling at the IN corner of 2-20-k and extends 1060 SOUth 13S feet [nen across section J[ne rd. [o sec 30"20-4 and extends 2000 1061 feet south. 062 1063 Bury cable for teteplone use oeglnnlng 1320 feet SOuth Of the NW corner of }O 13"17" ] and extending south 247 feet, 1065 Bury cable closures for telephone use beginning 600 feel orth Df the southwest 1066 corner of Sec 8, T-19*H K-6-E and further nort at various locations. 1067 Io68 The oara was vresented with Transfer and Bill of Sate form from Trooper lke i06 $canion tO transfer two radar units from the County to the State. It was noted 1070 these rlr units have been on the omlty inventory for approximately 10 years Bud ]O7 eS this tie tey ere in need of repair, which the state wt)l take care of if on their Inventory. qr White made a motion that the Pavne County Board of County Comm]ssloners HEALTH Il this day approve the sale of tO radar units to the State. which are no in their 26 posess;on, for the consideration of one ollar. Hr. Hayfield seconded the motion, 279 The motio parried with all coMsstoners voting eye, 27 298 Mr. Aon Hill, Civil 0efense Olrector was present to nottfy the board the 29 original dte set for the opening of the btds For the base station for the sheriff 300 s orig]rllly set on a holidey and that he has notified the news agency to change 301 the date tO February 28. The board voice their aoprova), 02 303 The County Treasurers rnthty report for December, i76 was resenteo and approved 30R reflecting $9.00 miSC. fees collected, 30S The Count Clerk's monthly report for ecember, 1576, was oresented and approved reflecting $10,79.2 fees collected }07 3O8 Bends for Lillian Needham and Carrie Shirley, Deputy Court Clerks, were presented 3O9 ind approved. 310 311 A correct;on of Approvat of Assignment from Hidland Cooperetlves to Husor 312 - OII Company was oresented, It was noted the board had previously approved this 313 assigrnt, but the conany had since reouested = ne chge from Hudson Oil Ccmoeny tO HudsOn Beflnlng Copeny, Inc, Nr. White made a motI tO approve the assignment froRid)and Pipeline to Hudson Refining Company, whlch was revlouslv mede out tO Hudson 0il Cotanv, Rr. P.lyfleld seconded the motion, The motion carried with ill commissloers voting aye. Ji Koe. representlng  dBlegatton from Cushing, requestee the Board to take :tiOn regerd[ng repairs on 9th street, west of the underDesS to Kings Htghay for approx, t tle, tt was noted thH portion of the rOd IS under the County jurisditto, Ater diusslo Hr. tte mide  motion that the Payne County Beard of County Ccaissior, er lnstrucl the County Surveyor to inspect that mile of rigid on th Street, st of the underpass to Kings Htghvy Ir Cushing, and make a recommendation. Nr. Milyfield seConded the motion. The motion carried with ell cotissiormrs voting aye. The Chalrn called for a recess at IO:Ok i.m, to allo the Clerk to obtain bids Fresher Office, The Chalrmtm tailed the neting back to order at IO:tO a,m. The ChIrnn atso minded those present the meeting was belng recorded. The folIoln bids were presented by the County Clerk tO be Opened by Glen Srs, Architect. for the construction of the Cushing Health Center: CONTRACTOB BASE BIO ALT, I ALT, 2 ALT.  ALT.  DATS Architects Cost Est $63 4. harles tkins $6t.500. 800. 800. 1800. 40. 120 [mery Rutlrford $52.989. 540. 620. 1500. 500. 180 Contractors S$6,B$. 550, 400. 2105, 5O. 180 S mst. $58,776. 987. 6, 2260. 521. 138 Vture Coas. $?6.900. 1180. 980. 3579. BOO, t80 la. . Austing Constr. $59,50. 560. 608. O. 2250. 120 Gen. contr. $57,5t2, 600. 566. 2276. 476. lOP Rr. Rayfield made a motion that these ids be delivered to Hr, Stwaters, Architect for his kecpinR ad study arto Mr. Summers is to report back to this bOard Jenuery )I, 1977. AlSo, Nr. SturrB iS to keep the bids confidential and If any questtoas ar|Be, 3 395 3 397 3 3 401 03 4O7 O8 4O9 410 4il 413 415 417 418 20 421 22 Z3 Darrell Thomas is now home after surgery in the Stillwater Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore are enjoying using their phone which was installed Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Devere Ingles were Sunday guests of their daughter Cledeth and family Edmond, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Watkins were visitors Thurs- day of Jessie Lake in Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore were Friday gu- ests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moore in Stillwater. Mrs. Mary Brewer and Ralph visited one day last week in the Jimmy Gunkel home near Guthrie. Mrs. Marion Vancoevering is home after a stay in the hospital. Don Hardin IViil Be Honored in Okla City Don Hardin, Rt. 1, Perkins and Sheri Seeliger of Perry, will be 2 of 14 young people honored at Oklahoma City, February 13. Five years of Oklahoma Farmers Union senior youth work for 14 young people will be recognized Sunday, Feb- ruary 13, when they become "torchbearers" in a candle- light ceremony at the Lincoln Plaza convention hall in Oklahoma City. The youth night program leading up to the torchbear- ers exercises will begin at 6:30 p.m. It will be a prelude to the farm organization's 72rid annual state convent- ion. Sherry Leach. Denver. Colo., director of youth activities for the National Farmers Union, will be the featured speaker at the youth night program, and OFU president George Stone, Choctaw, will preside for the young people. The program will include musical numbers and a youthful ventriloquist. Mike Barber, Oklahoma City, and his friend "David". -O- Men In Service Marine Sergeant Harold R. Potts, son of Mardel[e L. Hudson of Route 4. Still- water, Okla., has been meritoriously promoted to his present rank while serving at the Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C. He received the accele- rated promotion in recogni- tion of outstanding perfor- mance, duty proficiency and demonstrated professional abilities. He joined the Marine Corps in June 1974. J Mazie Cox R# named "Wom of The Year" Mazie Cox Read h chosen by the O Branch of American ciation of University lT.,aae as "Woman of the Y "'" The award, made er_, son first time this year . Gardn branches of the O.:.J r, n Division of AAUW, ismg tet on community sesheht spiration to otheare continued personal 'fences ment and growth. es. Jin Mrs. Read currelchika  serving as treasurer ca o ,amenca Oklahoma Division ott . er[eacnes i and is completing n year as a member ver.sam Division Board. She f.atwe held the office of I,s the J Area Representative, 1975, she, was reciplad]ngs fr, Oklahoma s Travels!tle r y AAUW's National C a;ps tM tion in Seattle. in Mrs. Read has server i g local branch as PrOve, m" recording secretary, IY xs ter, implementation !g iCl I man and on various c ut tees. She has headat, at annual Book Fair" sie bc origin in 1966.  Actua A local teacher for bonds; years, she now devotive s time to writing, civiforan church work. le. Hi She is a columnist tin e to Daily Citizen and ser su t !, SO W president of the Cu.. home Writers Group and r' president of the Okl thro Writers Federation.  uess tl wrote Oklahoma s part  nake pageant which was !ga litti tized at the Regional Ay_l Convention in Hot Slgnl in . Ark., last April. 3"s birt_l Mrs. Read also is an ng. 1 member and secretary surer of the Cimarron  ese ha Historical Society, I fun a! Kappa Iota Sorority lize d on treasurer of United MI 1. R ed, dist Women. She wal ,rtinly Oklahoma delegate t ear It World Methodist Confel :o s ee in Ireland this past Au  s yin With those chosen ca,' oz other branches, Mrs. (depi will be honored at AAUW Division Convel mh[iers eve ryw] in Tulsa this spring. , and Jo" - ,, to in the crou =_ . Ise KnO Subscribe to tory th I daub1 The Perkins " ?ans a JUse his WANT TO SELL'el plan., We have buyers- h left W ....,.I did m e neea nstn%, ChrisU Sasser Agency .il i ine Real Estate  PP 307 N. Main 547.;re me Perkins, Okla. -;1 oththti  g ez relax ihich I Bowyer's p,ere ov Garage  done it, I paid West of tho C,mteife of th Knlpe Sheet, Indust. psi to hal: "d PEoria: 547-2020 :ientative _.., arts frc DR. GARY L. MEY] are dis a rist pla Chlropracto, relative 372-6919 ers. Pc( crossed 104 F._! MeElurv Joe[ ' (1 " or all A StiHwater, Oldahoni. - IIII , :just be e to pa EMPLOYME re was AGENCY ! desig 22 W. r PI# air flo ws and P. O. Box 114 tiliwater, Okllheml A. C. 40S 377-34M Northside Cie 3724)644 716 STILl WATER Dri e-up DRAPES CLEANED AND FAN- Ready Concrete Radio Dipatcht T2 Crushed R,'k & Road ARgregales Cement & Sand Reinfon'inR Rs 372-1885 THE QUAPAW 324 ih.