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Death Notices water department. City Clerk The Perkins Journal Thursday, March 9, 1~9 -- PAGE 7 Stokes Services Chestnut Services Anne Miller and office clerk tained and become property of $41,065 from all sources during Is, Held Monday Held Wednesday Gayle Sager and Attorney the land owners upon which thethe month of Februarv. Expenses ge Services Funeral services for Luster E• Graveside services for a former McMillian will continue working wells are located. All others have ~ otaled $34,400.32 {$22,362.94 for 1' Saturday- Stokes, Glencoe, were Monday, Tryon resident, Frankie Marie on the ordinance so that all legal signed releases giving the city the wages, salaries and solid waste March 6, 1989, in the GlencoeChestnut, 76, were conducted and procedural policy will beright to plug the wells. Water services and $12,038•38 for pur- ag ~...~eral services for Edward Church of Christ with the pastor Wednesday, March 1, 1989, at 2covered to their satisfaction.Superintendent Roger Anderson chase orders). Buscl --Sr --of- Rt. 6, Bob Burr officiating. Interment p.m. at the Tryon Cemetery. Rev. * *Ordered two Motorola walkie said he is qualified and licensed to • Police Chief Bill Lott 7 edu deer, were held Saturday, was in Glencoe Cemetery South• Darrell Witten, First Baptisttalkies for the police department plug the wells under state presented the following activity i t~J~,~ 1989 in the Strode • Mr. Stokes died Saturday, March Church officiated, at a cost of $1184. The two older guidelines, which requires filling report for the month ofFebruar~: omeChapel. TomMollof-4, 1989, in Perry Memorial Miss Chestnut died Monday, models will be used by the water them with clay to a level of 14 Moving violations, 4; Warnings, ¢ la~dwith interment in Fairlawn Hospital. February 27, 1989 in the Veterans department• feet, then cementing and putting written and oral, 16; Larcelly ery. Poteet Funeral Home, Pawnee, Hospital, Oklahoma City. -Discussed a lease agreement on a metal cap. The board also cases, 4; solved, 1; Calls respond- ks' Busch died Wednesday, handled arrangement& She was born August 2, 1912 at between the town and the school discussed exercising the option on ed to, 116, Businesses for the school's use of the Bill J. the Jim Irwin water well lease secured, 5; Family disturbances, ith Cal 1, 1989, in S tillwater Stokes was born in Glencoe onTryon, Oklahoma, the daughter of Dickson park facilities. The lease with an addendum to correct an 1; Juvenile cases, 5; Assists to ssorf! Center. He was 75. August 25, 1912, the son of Robert Obe and Artie (Pulliam) Chestnut• 1 a ~Usch was born November and Lottie (Webber) Stokes. He Miss Chestnut attended Pleasant would require designation of escalating rate. other agencies, 4; Dogs picked up, -lot 3, the sen of EdwardAn- married Mildred Matlock in Valley grade school and Tryon maintenance, and liability in- *Treasurer Gayle Sager's 7; Miles driven in both units, ~ Teresa Mary (Trentman, Stillwater on October 25, 1932. High School. She graduated fromsurance requirements. The school report shows the city took in 2924, or 104 pc/" day. has stated they have a problem gt! gi i: :'°w~theh°meplacethreemiles,:ma:Ripley 21He farmed in the Glenc°e area f°ryears and served as a minister Hospitalnursestrainingsch°°latSt'J°hnSin Tulsa, Oklahoma. putting school funds into a facili- Meetin rues of le slature ty which they don't lease or own. li61t nti din PayneCounty all for churches in Oklahoma. KansasMiss Chestnut was a veteran of Rick Jarvis and Richard on ~' "ring in1980 as a truckand Colorado. the United States Navy Nurses Runowski will meet with 2 to be decided on March 14 ba ~or the Ingham and Hoke He was a member of the Church Corp. She was a lieutenant having members of the school board and mot~Ompanies, of Christ. served during World War II. 1 ad]Lw~ married to the formerHe was preceded in death by his Preceding he~ in death were her2 members of the Park board to Belo "s the ballot title to be referrsd to vot~rs March l4 for thtir "~l~Evelvn Williams The mar arents grea -g g • " approval or disapproval. Following the question is an explanatiofl!of ny~z~ __ . - V and a t randdau hter parents, one brother, Guilford finalize details of the lease. ldocr~ indivorce. ShediedOc- Survivors include his wife, ofthe Chestnut and one sister, CleoeSet May 6 as the annual Town ome~-"~'~il0' 1984. home; one son, Merle Stokes of Johnson. Cleanup Day. The Chamber of the initiative petition composed by the OPA State Capitol Nears Commerce and BFI are helping Bureau. ssm~araemberoftheFarmers Glencoe; one daughter, Mrs. Ron Surviving are one brother, Earl with the annual event• More ~. L,~¢1 was an avid gardener. {Phyllis, Christman of Ponca City; Chestnut of Tryon and nieces and details will be forthcoming. Lve bliras preceded in death by two four grandchildren and four great- nephews. "The city attorney presented PROPOSED AMENDMENTS (~ ae~h~t~ur half-brothers and a grandchildren; three brothers, rred -o- SpectalEleetion ~ T 0 ng board members two chapters of March 14, 1989 e Stokes of StiUwater, Willis Stokes city codes which are in the pro- In compliance with 34 O.S. §17, notice is hereby given of the proposed amendme~ta are two sons, Eddie of Oklahoma City and Kenneth ~l~v ~,TM~T~ aHmz, m-- -~ --,.~A.nt t ~,.,.,~,,.,r,.,...f.t~g~,.s,m..nu..~ .tvl~JCJl|,L"~i{jr __,IF0! Stillwater and Sam Dean cess of being recodified• ~1 he to the Oklahoma Constitution which will appear on the ballot March 14, 1989.'~: Mrs. Charles Harrison of New From Page 1 board members will study the two Hannah D. Atl0ns :$ t i .,uer,uen Sto . o, ,enc ; t t~$~.i dren and two great- Iberia, La, and Mrs Lloyd Miller ...... chapters and discuss them again Secretary of St&re Lits'l dren; two sisters, Violet • • wa er user nave a wa er at the April meeting ..... i Stiilwater and Rosie E. of BlackweU. meter• There was also a question oCivil Defense Director Stev e F 5 ,OT TITLE - Ripley; two half-sisters, -o- as to whether two mobile homes WiMngham gave the board a pr@State Question No. 620 Initiative Petition No. ~8~ ~ ~t.K°rmeier of Donna, Texas on one residential lot was in viola- grass report on establishing the This measure amends Article V, Section 26 of the Oklahoma Constitution, It sets~¢ Walck of Winfield, Kan. H all Services Held tion of a mobile home ordinance. CD command center in the block dates on which the regular session of the Legislature can be held. The Legi la r - Bowyer said his client intends ,. ~arers were grandsons, Gary I F::::alY services for Homer O to construct a connection betweendiscussedbUilding behindphonethe serviceCity hall, thatand finishedmUSt meetby everyfive p.m.yearonatthen°°nlast°nFridaythe firStin MondaYMay everyin February.year. Its session mu~b¢ ~,'J~aeSter Busch" ne hews, ~u~l~2acklin, Eddie ~'ever,{Oscar, Hall, 87, Stillwater, were' h~rnohis home and his mother-in-law st.~ m,k,~ it ,me ,t,~ ~t, ,o ,f would serve the CD command Inodd numbered years, the regular ,.ion wouldaleo inchdeone dayin Jam,(~, wn~d Terry Stafford, Duane held Tuesday, March 7, 1989 in the the'"b ar:;'--'Vr ............... center and not interfere with the The Legislature would meet at noon on the tint Tuesday after the fwst Moaday'tq O U a eves t~'~f~dTheaThompson Strode Chapel Larry Eslinger" of- The ......... PP • city hall phone system. Will-January. It would receu not later than five p•m. on that same day. On that one day • voaro asKeu ingham pointed out that Don theLegislature could only perform limited Constitutional duties. Those dut|¢s g. -o- ficiated at the services and inter-' torne- to determine wh .... ~hat 4. ....... Y e~ner ~ Ryan, a local electrician, had done include publishing state election results and organizing itself. The regular sess~n men~ was in ralrlawn weme erywoul "- -" Mr Hall died at Rosewood Nur- • • atsid l ' d be all the electrical work on the CD would resume at noon on the first Monday in February of that year. stag" "r ome ..... Saturday, w arch 4 mobile home ordinance to make building on a volunteer basis and .... , the two mobile homes into onepublic recognition of his contribu- If voters approve State Question 620, new ffmeting times for the i was born the son of J R and dwellingnext report .......... back at the tion should be acknowledged,state legislature would be set. Now, the legislature convenes on es for John ' " Also, city employee Larry Moor- Mertle {Bennett) Hall on July 21, tahl~cl until t.hon man has been instrumental in in Butch were Monday, 1 " " " _ ............. first Tuesday after the first Monday in January and usually meetsi 190 m Rmh Hill, Mmsouri S-ra in- A" ,L~-_ J • • "~[_,.~, 1989 in the United ........ •. p y g u~uu~u completing much of the carpenter or uses, 4 days a week until the limit of 90 days is consumedl r~e marrmfl t~ess)e rtar~ on "im g n "" " i. :~_st Church of Glencoe. His January 24 1924 in Stillwater-. o e as,• a acenseu sprayer,, work in the remodeling project. Depending on recesses, recent sessions have lasted into summer: [ a,hyReV•Rev. StevenDale MaretMurrell'of- Oklahoma ' ' was. authorized to. spray the. Bill *During the Public Works State Question 620 asksvoters ifthey wish to limit regular sessi0Bs • Dmkson parks w th herbicxde to Authority meeting, the boardto one day in January in years following elections, plus annttai ~,at the services IntermentHe formerly lived in Rich Hi!l, rid the area of stickers m~d other discussed plugging all abandoned Me., Stfllwater and Perkins and m nui ......... -~ . the Perkins Cemetery .............. sance growth, quu wells except two which will be re- meetings from February and to no later than the last Friday in May: , . $ as the cost of sprayang the The 90-day limit on legislative days would not change, but would klN_~,~rch died Thursday, March l V~o Move(1 ~,o ;Dallna, l~ansa$ Lo De 402 with his soP= After his son s death area He advised tha "* J-^- L_ • .uu,u compressed into the fourth months. Newly-elected or holdout ~nr,~Y.3_'~J~'i~ his Glencoe home at the on. ...... October 27, ] 988 he moved back s-rap yed at least two more ~mes'i VOI J of Francis M. and Alice m bunwater. , • this year to eradicate the growth, lawmakers would meet one day in January in odd numbered years eS ~:} Burch, he was born at lie was a iarmer and county com ......... ....... lne ooaro approveo a one ~lme z ~.]g,~, in Garvin County, on mmsmner employee and retxred m annlication and will take snotho.r 1906, 1966• look in three months_-- ...... the former Gracie F. He Was preceded m death by his In other baseball field interest, wire on February 27, 1983, one son, it wa -..~..~ ......t.~..~.^ ~-... :^ in i W, e raarried December 17. • s po.. u THE URBS PG Earnest Hall, two smters and one• • : .... ~-~ . ....... ". ^~ :B2 ;4 L nelike tl°bartwolf They lived in thearea and farmed brother, .... Arthur. ms amngStill awmt,, ; u, U,a new aghtmg system L Nightly 7/9: 0: Sat. & Sun. 2-4:20 J i£,~[27" They then moved to He is survived by a daughter-in- at the "ark The ~i*" ~" ...... V . ~ by .~t~ ~ul,tu r@ Bill & Ted's Excellent h"-' 1~? later to Stillwater. In law, Mrs. Ida Hall of Salina, Nan- funds set aside for the project, | . . Adventure | sas; one sister, r onoella Monday, but the estimate of materials has in, ~ moved to perkins where. Guthrie; three grandchildren, Rick, been lato in srr~na ~& Sun. 2-4:20 ~ • 12 for years beforel~ to Gtenco fn. t4rS0. B ky an. S rley Hall; fiye great- In m h.o.,i '-- ~lb:retired from farmir,4~. ~ ~g~r~andC~il.~ennandfive great-great- ;[)i~ussed a ;reposed ~er- preceded in death by a g " dinance 177 dealing with billing e Butch. -o- and collection procedures in the .~|':ag are his wife of the r~ HER ALIBI PG ] j Jl W °.daughers, Mrs. Gale L Nightly 7~.20; Sat. & Sun. 2-4:20J )O(:1 rLttobinson oJ~Stillwater and rV i~.(Velta) Downs of Glen- ' re ~" :I~ ~ns are Dale Burch and '. L ~fn~Urch, both of Perkins C~~S ~~Three Fugutives PGI3 "~ ~tl~ld H Burch of Kiefer" ) k ving are 16 grand- 22 great-grand- Enjoy our TV, MAIN MALL (UPSTAIRS) "-" Nakea Gun I'G13 a~.d two sisters, Ruthluke Box or a Good t Open Hours" 9"30 to 4 p.m. [ v Nightly 7 and ~.30 [ ~.~ Perkins and Nellie Game of Checkers. • " ~ Sat. an~ _t.a/l~ Midwest. City. Main Mall Downtown Stillwater ~ --~eq~ 743-2599 Nightly 7:30,9:15 _ 1 ik Sat.. aud Sun. 2.~ and 4:15.~,J OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF STILLWATER '" FOtm~r'y Hor~lt)~fger Overhead Door Kenneth "Bud" Homberger 502 E 12t~ Owner PO Box 1164 405/372-6186 Stillwater, OK 74076 I The Christian Bookstore. North End of Cimarron plaza 3724999 Stillwater LELAND O. WARREN MANFORD L. WARREN 282-0760 282.384S MAX E. WARREN 262.2s78 THE WARREN MONUMENT COMPANY MEMORIALS reaaing all ages. OFFICE PHONE 160(5 S. DIVISION 282-3220 GUTHRIE, OKLA. "/3044 Start Moffat Rt 4 Box 164 Stillwater, OK 74074 (405) 377-3609 Diomonds -:. Colored ~ones-:- Bridal Sets Wedding Bench .:- Wa*ches -:. Gifts .:- Clocks Leonard ,Jewelry Jewelry and Watch Repair Kent and Annette Klnzle 405-372.3041 "Seining Stillwater and 708 South Main Stlllwater, OK 74074- Area Since 1964" STAR ELECTRONICS Audio & Video Repair 5L7 Butler Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 (405) 547-2825