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Perkins, Oklahoma
March 2, 1989     The Perkins Journal
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PAGE 10 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, March 2, 1989 .mmmmmmm " * i~llllllmnlt I Marriage License Applications Bruce Lee Wyckoff, 29 and ,Virginia Ann Hansen, 29, both of S tiUwater -:,Grady Lewis Cole, 40, and Karen Ventris Bray, 40, both of Perkins ~:,Wilfred Baron Walls, 39, and Teresa Marie Anson, 31, both of Cushing ,,,Phillip Glen Pennington, 25, and M~rcie Ellen Lofton, 24, both of S~illwater ":,~Tony Allen Eberle, 22 and gtephanie Renee Boyd, 18, both of Morrison -. :J effrey Kent Pruitt, 18, Cushing and Sholie Cheree Greenfield, 16, A'gra :Jeffrey Randall Parker, 24, and Sarah Ann Christian, 23, both of ~tillwater • ,D uane Paul Williams, 24, Ridge- land, Mississippi and Beverly Gay H.ines,, 26, Stillwater Divorce Applications Filed (For reasons of incompatibility unless otherwise noted) :JFD-89-82: Trac:~ L. Swartwood v~' Clarence Allen Swartwood. W. Keith Thomas, atty. Date filed ~;i7-89 ~IFD-89-85: Jeannie Marie Dale Withem vs. George Wyatt Withem. vs. Jessie Hughes and Adams Ser- vice Food Corp. dba Taco Mayo Store #31. Money judgment for per- sonal injuries for $110,000. Murray, atty. Date filed 2-20-89 C-89-123: State of Oklahoma ex-. rel, Oklahoma Tax Commission vs. Joseph D. Paden and Nelda J. Paden. Tax Warrant. Stanley J. Alexander, atty. Date filed 2-21-89 C-89-124: Edwin L. Waswo and Lucille Waswo h/w vs. Paul A Put- troff, Ruth E. Puttroff, et a]. Money j udgment and foreclosure, $23,699.43. Thomas R. Williams, atty. Date filed 2-22-89 C-89-125: Directory & Derek Limited, Inc. Joe Casady and Emi- ly Carver vs. The Unknown Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisee, Trustees, Successors and Assigns, Immediate and Remote of Palmer C. Joy and Grace Joy, both deceased, and the State of Okla- homa ex rel Oklahoma Tax Com- mission. Quiet Title. Loeffler, Allen and Ham, atty. Date filed 2-22-89 C-89-126: General Motors Accep- tance Corp. vs. Matthew M. Dunn. Money judgment on account, $3,534.97. Robinson and Hoover, atty. Date filed 2-22-89 C-89-127: Same as above vs. Mar- vin W. Workmam Money judgment on account, $4,004.35. l~ger McMillian, atty. Date filed C-89-128: B. J. Titan Services Co. 2-20-89 :jFD-89-86: Christine Elaine vs. New Century Petroleum Corp. Money judgment on account and Worley vs. Thomas Jeffrey Worley. foreclosure on lien $29,450.45. Stephen Kistler, atty. Date filed Blackstock and Blackstock, atty. ~0-89 ,~IFD-89-87: Audrey Claudean Date filed 2-22-89 W.htson vs. Ed Windle Watson, Jr. C-89-129: Bobby J. Goldsworthy ~l~m Lee, atty. Date filed 2-21-89 vs. Jeff Bennett, George Bullard and Roger Gose. Money judgment JFD-89-88: Kevin Ray Lane vs. Joann Michelle Lane. Bernice Shedrick, atty. Date filed 2-21-89 ?JFD-89-89: Ellen Mac Raper vs. Garry Eugene Raper. Melissa DeLacerda, atty. Date filed 2-21-89 JFD-89-91: Theresa Gadel Dryden vs. John Lynn Dryden. Melissa DeLacerda, atty. Date fil- ed 2-22-89 sJFD-89-92: Curtis Steven Green- field vs. Sandra Ruth Greenfield. M~lissa DeLacerda, atty. Date fil- ed' 2-22-89 -tIFD-89-93: Shelly Diane Aguilar vs. John Michael Aguilar. Melissa D eLacerda, atty. Date filed 2-22-89 (JFD-89-94: Cheryl Denise Brown Jinnie Dean Brown. James inger, atty. Date filed 2-22-89 for damages, $50,000. Frank J. Pacenza, atty. Date filed 2-23-89 Probates Filed P-89-35: Joint Tenant of May L. Hestand. Cubbage and Cubbage, atty. Date filed 2-15-89 P-8~36: Letters of Administra- tion of Opal Lee Moody. Roger McMillian, atty. Date filed 2-15-89 P-89-37: Will of Dale Lawrence Dyer, aka Dale L. Dyer and Mary E Hen Dyer, aka Mary E. Dyer. E~ win, Butts and Lenna, atty. Date filed 2-15-89 P-89-38: Will of William Clifford Elder aka Cliff Elder and W. C. E lder. John Severe, atty. Date fil- ed 2-16-89 . 'JFD-89-95: Deborah P. Hixson P-89-39: Joint Tenant of Ruth A. ?~ Homer Tom Hixson. Lynn Langston. Charles L. McBride, at- O~born, atty. Date filed 2-22-89 ty. Date filed 2-16-89 -O- ~ Civil Suits Filed ,,C-89-106: Oflwell FractunngSer- WHO S I S ID WHOA! v}ces, Inc. an Oklahoma corpora- TECUMSEH- A horse running tfon vs. T. K. Raper d/b/a Dawes Oil down the street caused two I~biluction. Money judgment on ac- cpunt, $6,465.25. John E. Forsyth, atty. Date filed 2-14-89 7C-89-121: Patricia Ann Bostwick v'$: Mandy E. Martin. Money judg- ment for damages, $100,000. David A• Bullard. Date filed 2-17-89 ;.C-89-122: Lonnie Gay Sharpton motorists to suffer damage to their vehicles. The first driver swerved to miss the horse on wet pavement, crossed a ditch and hit a fence. Another driver struck the horse, suffering $250 damage. The horse was apparently all right. Dr. E. Alan Smith, O.D. OPTOMETRIST OFFICE: 135 S. Main - Perkins, Oklahoma Monday thru Friday: 9 to 12 and 1 to 5:30 Phone 547-2500 For Appointment P. O. Box 346 Curbside Mailboxes Should Be Kept in Top Condition "Cust Jl ers with curbside mailboxes ave a special challenge when it comes to keeping them in top condition," says Perkins Postmaster Norma Magee. "rhe curbside boxes are subject to the weather as well as hazardous drivers, high weeds, parked cars and pranksters. Even so, most ~ustomers manage to keep their mailboxes in good shape for proper delivery of their mail "rhe responsibility for these boxes rests with the customer," says Magee. "fhe curbside mailbox must be accessible to the carrier without requiring the carrier to leave his or her vehicle. 'q'here should be no obstructions, such as vehicles, trashcans, weeds or snow• The bottom of the box should be 3 to 3V2 feet above ground level, and the address should be dearly printed on the receptable, facing the carrier, to assure more efficient delivery," says Norm& "An old dented box with shart cutting edges, or a box that is too small should also be replaced, or mail delivery may be withheld." "If you have any questions garding the placement or upkeep of your mailbox, please call the post office " says Norma Magee. "And thank you for your continued cooperation here in the Perkins delivery area. -O* RAISE FUNDS YALE - The Lions conducted a chili supper to raise funds for the IOA Boys Ranch near Perkins. -O" HE WAS IN BED PERRY - When fire broke out in the Woody Curtis home, a neighbor decided to call him at his place of employment. The boss said he wasn't at work yet, so the neighbor rushed to the burning house and told firemen Curtis might be inside. They found him in bed in a bedroom with a door closed tightly. He was admitted to the hospital for smoke inhala- tion and received no burns. "O- House of "Shiloh" thank you to our faithful "Special News Bulletin" pray that God will bless The House of '~hiloh" has a new Sister Paul Etter as pastor, Rev. Paul Etter. Due to ill- ness I am unable to continue as the to bless each precious soul t pastor. I want to extend a special leave in their thank you to Marvin and Elainethat these are Bartlett, Myron and Ann Reynolds soul is precious to God. for their faithfulness in paying May God bless each tithes that paid the church out of always is our daily prayer, debt--leaving it debt free--and We love each of you others who were faithful to come in C ontinue to pray for us and help to re-establish a work. We be praying for you. Former pastor of the are proud of our people who was so precious to us. Again, a great big "Shiloh", Rev. 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