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l The Journal, Thursday, March 24, 1977-7 ied Ads a word-lst lrU [$1.00 Minimum] a word each succeve ITS n¢ um] cept telephone ads m elude SO ee"t. drge for non-ledser Ie-5 p.m. Tuesday e 405-$47.2411 Office space and facility available for rent. 133 S. • 54%2474 7 2tchg PIANO NEEDS HOME "Vll transfer this lovely to responsible party. $300.00 by ming small payment Write before we truck. Home Office, Piano, Joplin, Mo. 13 lt* Citizens Ceramics Call 54%2305 13 4tchg SALE: 2 chairs and a itly upholstered sofa. Situations Wanted .WILL KEEP children in my home, hot meals and references. 547-2029. 8 ffc WANTED: Dozer Work. Call 377-8694. 11 2tchg WANTED: Field Foreman, O.S.U. Horticulture Farm at Perkins, OK. Begin July 1, 1977. Must have farm experience or B.S. degree in Agriculture. Call (405) 624- 5414 for information. OSU IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY" EMPLOYER. Ill WANTED Part time office help. Must type Office experience helpful but not necessary. 20 to 30 hours per week APPLY VASSAR'S MFG. CO. 207 N. MAIN PERKINS HELP WANTED: Cook 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Perkins Cote. 13 ltchg HORSE SHOEING Appointment or Shop REFERENCE FURNISHED . Custom Hand Made Shoes Chief Pearson 918-374-2456 II WANT TO SELL? f ? ? We have buyers-- We need listings. Sasser Agency Real Estate Jack Kidd Rites t 00payne 00C°unty Court Repold I held in Bardesville .:-'d:+ " " .... ",W, Mr. Lawrence (Jack) Kidd March 21, 1977 PROBATES FILED: P-77-46, Adm. of Maude Sullivan Thomas, James M. Springer, Jr. P-77-50, Will of William age 67 and a retiree of the Dale Mattox, Carroll F. Carolyn Kay Kline vs Jake Junior McCurry, 41, Dunlap Contracting Co. died Pope. Robert Lawell Kline, In- Stillwater; Glenda Carol Wednesday, March 16th in P-77-51, Adm. of Pearlie compatibility, Thomas, Hert, Whatley, 27, Stillwater. the Coronary Care Unit at M. Cook, Carroll F. Pope. Anderson. Glenn Edward Dunbar, 20, the Jane Phillips Hospital in . P-77-47, Will of Aubrey A. P-77-52, J.D. of Shirley R. : Dorothy A. Edwards vs Stillwater; Deborah Lynn Fleming, Max E. Sater. Duff, Fitzgerald, Houston, [Donald E. Edwards, Incom- Haley, 19, Stillwater. P-77-48, Will of Lorene Worthington. patibility, Thomas, Hart, II II IIII III Hughes, Berry, Murphy, P-77-53, Will of Alma Anderson. O GARY L. MEYER Osborn. Paxton, Cubbage & Cubb- Dennis Lee Graham vs R2 P-77-49, J.D. of Death of age. Barbara Jane Graham, In- Chiropractor . ' John Lewis Hart, Bird, compatibility, J. Stewart Bartlesville after a brief illness. Lawrence was born south of Perkins on June 5, 1909 the son of Mr. and Mrs. S.P. Kidd. He served in the United States Army in I would like to thank all our friends, neighbors and Per- kins Fire Department who helped fight the pasture fire near our home a few weeks ago. Without this help the loss would have been much greater since we were gone from home at the time. The Clifford Chesmore Family I would like to thank my friends for their flowers, cards, gifts and visits while I was in the hospital. Martha Arthur 13 It* f • / EXECUTIVE'S RETREAT Country contemporary3 bad- .room, 2 lath on beautiful Dheavity wooded ocrlmge in I Perkins' most exclulive aea. Over 1450 sq. ft. of super custom 0ppointments, including huge 2 car gomge. [ storm cetlor, Iorge ckck, best appliances and carpet. ow 40's. Ask for Frank ] Days 372.5680 ; ve. &17.2164 -: AGENCY ! 7-! 547-2110 .... Ik_ STORM SHELTER Concrete Reinforced SEPTIC TANK SYSTEMS Health Dept. Approved Backhoe-Hauling-Mowing MACK-A-DO CONST. KIETH L. MACKEY 547-2585 Now taking orders. Will McBride, et al. OLSON'S HARDWARE NOWHAS BULK GARDEN SEED Same variety the • Cimarron Valley Coop handled last year. YOUR MASON SHOE DEALER P.O. Box 399, 547-2466 Perkins, Ok. 74059 CIVIL CASES FILED: Stw. Minicipal Hasp. vs Mac Horn, Money Judg- ment, Thomas, Hert, Ander- son. Okla. Morris Plan Co. vs Tommy E. Welch, Money Judgment, Bird, McBride, et al. Okla. Morris Plan vs Lloyd R. Johnson, Money Judg- ment, Bird, McBride, et al. James B. Kennedy and C. Michael Kennedy vs LC. Cobb and Faye E. Cobb, Temporary Restraining Or- der, Cubbage & Cubbage. In Re: App'l of Robert D. Michael Cowan, Name Ch- ange, Landis Shook. Ervin H. Hogrefe, et al vs W.M. Sanders, Quiet Title, Cubbage & Cubbage. ,, Associated Properties, I Bowyor's .'l Inc. vs E.H. Gay, Money Garage  I Judgment, David E. Pepper• DIVORCES FILED: | West of the Cemetery on / Shirley Mae Lapp vs Mark I I Randall Lapp, Incompati- [Phoae:547.2020 Perkins| jr.bility' James M. Springer, I ASPHALT SAND GRAVEl. Kerns Construction Inc. East 8th at Tracks Stmwater TOWER EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 2324 W. lh Plce P. O. BOx 1145 Stlllwa(er, OIdahoma 74074 A. C. 405 377-$4S6 ..... T -- ONE-DAY SERVICE PICK.UP & DELIVERY WARDROBE CLEANERS ",,t ] 114 W'St_h AVE. ,-1 Jonell C. Rowland vs James R. Rowland, Incom- patibility, Thomas, Hart, Anderson. Merdity Y. Lamb vs Eldon A. Lamb, Incompatibility, Landis IShook. Sherri Lynn Mulligan vs Robert Lewis Mulligan, Gross Neglect of Duty, James M. Springer, Jr. Donna Lynn Northcutt vs William Ray Northcutt, Incompatibility, James M. Springer, Jr. Rebecca Jean Steinman vs John Walter Steinman, Incompatibility, James M. Springer, Jr. Deborah Gayle Cooper vs Randy Waldon Cooper, Incompatibility, James M. Springer, Jr. Arthurs. Sharon L. York vs Kenneth F. York, Incompatibility, Fitzgerald, Houston, Worth- ington. MARRIAGE LICENSES: Tommy Allan English, 17, Cushing; Margaret Diana Langley, 17, Stillwater. Muhammad Iftikhar, 30, Stillwater; Mary Jacqueline Brown, 18, Guthrie. Anthony Michael Harri- son, 20, StiUwater; Judy Kay Matheson, 19, Stillwater. Glenn Haskell Sloan, 29, Stillwater; Cathy Elaine Williams, 22, Shawnee. 372-6919 104 East MeEIory _Stlllwarr Oldahonm Termites ROACHES, RATS AND ALl, OTHER PESTS Free Estimates and inspection SINCE 1932 tlome Owned & Operated TREE & SHRUB SPRAYING A&M Termite Co. 372-2526 I I Ill PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1977 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A.M. I Mile South of Perkins. Okla. over River Bridge, then 6'A milm East. o f¢om In. tersection of Highways 18 end 33, 2 miles South and 2% miles West. Mahogony Cabinet. 2-Divans. Coffee Tobies. End Tobies, Lamp Tobies, Rockers. Antique Rockers, Antique ook Table, Queen Anne Dining Tabte and 4-Chairs. Plata glass Mirror. Lamps, Drop-leo Table, Padded ook Chairs, 2-Ook Choirs, Chest of Drawers, Maple Bed (bookcase topJ complete, Vanity Orelser and Stool, W, Rodto, Antique Trunk (foot-locker); One block Bed Frome, Chelt and Drmler (let), Ir Stools, Antique Kitchen Cabinet, Kitchen Range. Refrigerator, Utility Table, Antique Wooden Ice Box, Heir Dryer. 3-Wash Tubs, ironing Board, Picture Fromet, Co|dlpot Chest Type Freezer, Norge gas Dryer, Frigidolre Wolher and electric Oryer, Cs Range. Heating Stove and Pipe. LINENS end BEDDING: Quilts, Electric Blanket. Satin Comforter. Mottress Covers, Pillows, Divon Throws, 2-Pair Drapes and Curtains, Throw Rugs. Bed Sproods, Table Clothel, Lunch Clothes and Aprons, KITCHEN and Large Assortment of Dishes... (Some Anfique too numerous fo I/st. Boxes and Boxes of Good Clothing, such as Coats. Slack Suites, Dresses, Sweaters, Dusters. House Coots, House Dresses, Pursm, Shoes, Aprons, Shirts. Overalls. MJJICE ITrdS: Two Canal, Cream Can, BUr Trinkets, Bird Coge, Walker, Clothes Rack, Assortment of Tooll, Spray Shower, Well Bucket. Trash Cons and many, many more articles too numerous to mention HEIRS OF THE LATE NETTLE ROE MANAGER: R. C. HOOD Cash Sate Cnducted by GRAY'S REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION SERVICE 4t9 North Main -- 547-2565 -- Perkins, Okla. Ralph Gray Larry Hastingl 547-2565 372-6705 LUNOt Will 8e Servi! ! ! !l ! Europe in World War II. In 1948 Mr. Kidd married Polly Barnhill and they have made their home in Battles- villa since 1954. Survivors include his wife Polly of the home address 1206 S. Maple, two sons and four daughters; Junior Lee of Texas; Teddy of Wyoming; Betty Pierce of the home address; Jackie Smith of Rt. 3, Bartlesville; Joan Parker of Seminole; Dorothy Kidd of Oklahoma City and one step-son Jerry of the home address• Two brothers and two sisters: Rellon of Houston; Earl Kidd, May Decker and Thelma Bartrom all of Perkins and eight grandchildren. He was laid to rest Friday March 18 in the Memorial Park of Bartlesville under the directions of the Neekamp i Funeral Home., Wilson rites were Saturday Funeral services for Grace Wilson,93, were held Satur- day, March 19, 1977 in the chapel of Strode Funeral Home, Stillwater. Dr. E. L. Whitley officiated with in- terment in the Carney Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson, who went to Carney at the age of 15, died March 16, 1977, in the Stillwater Nursing Center. She was born May 27, 1882, at Winterset, Iowa, the daughter of David and Susan Sulgrove. After arriving in Lincoln County as a young woman she had lived in that area until moving to Stiilwa- tel Feb. 10, 1948. She had lived at 616 W. Connell. She was married to Emmet Wilson in Chandler May 27, 1901. He preceded her in death in December, 1944. 307 N. Main 547-2927 begin Construction, April Stillwater Perkins, Okla. 16, 1977 Pho. 372-7022 13 lt* I ,, I County Commissioners Report RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINOS OF THE HEETIH0 OF THE PAYNE COUNTY BOARD OF COtISSIQNERS The following proceedings will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners tr 4¢Provi as minutes at the next meeting on March 21, 1577. fThe BOard of County Commissioners met In a regular meeting Honday, March 7, 1977. OIling vere present: mbers: Ulysses E. Cruzan, Chairman Bob ¢hite, Vice-ChairNn 0rval Mayf[eld, Member Others: Linda 6. Allensworth, County Clerk mettle ilson, News Reporter The Chairman called the meeting to order at :00 a.m. The proceedings of the h9 held Pebrary 28, 1977, were presented. Hr. hite made a motion to approve as presented. Mr. HayfieLd seconded the motion. The motion carried commlss]one#s voting aye. im d A check in the amount of $520.00 from the Payne County Court Clerk *as presented PProved f h urt S ortlon oF utllties for or deposit for t • co * p " January 1977. in the amount of $6.00 from Pepsi was presented and approved for deposit use at the warehouse. hite anounced a bridge south on Mehan Road, crossing Stillwater Creek, went He noted he iS going to work with the suPVeyor to replace the bridge aS PoSsible. Brichacek was present to request the cattle guard, placed by Hr. Cruzan, be cattle are crossing and this is caustng problems. Hr. Cruzan stated he the cattle guard tomorrow. A discussion wSS held regarding the milntenance road and also the keeping the road open. James. B. Kennedy was present to request a resolution from the bord regarding of a fence in the road right-of-way in Orlpptng Springs Estates South. Mayfield made a motion: for the 900¢[ of the county this the fence the future easements to be granted and maintenance of the road at Lot 15, Dripping Springs Estates South, in the HW/ of 30-18-6. Hr. hlte the motion. The motion carried with all commissioers voting eye. all, C ty Hanagar of Ya e, was present to request assistance In street n Yale, wth some of the ork to be done on section line roads. After the board agreed to discuss the mttsr at e later date sitar the commissioners the streets• troll Hecklenburg, County Surveyor, presented a letter regarding the €orrections needed on the road located spproximately one mile est and 200 feet North of corner, commonly known as Brush Creek Road. r. Mecklenburg noted CUlver is under size and the board should correct this prior to wt weather. SCussion, Hr, White made a motion that the Board of County Cormlssloners approve tionai culvert of the size and length as recommended by the County Surveyor to y 200 = north on Brush Creek Road, east of Stlllweter. Hr, SecOnded the motion. The motion carried with all €tssionous votlnJ aye. Iteck]snburg presented s request for utility permit From Corpenlng Eat, which prsviausly returned for correction. Hr. tlte made a motlon that the bord for the 2 7/8 '+ steel gas line to be located starting It a point . of the ME corner of -18-lE, thence E. Approx. 26kO*, inter the SE 25-18-1E, thence Korth 5280 , enter BE corner of Se©. 24, thence North 280', rner of Sac. 13, thence North approx 3960% Hr. Hayfield seconded the motion. carried with all €onmlssloners voting aye. noted the Comte Reid project Is still in the harms of the State 1 Chelrm4n called for S recess it 10:30 a.m. The Chslrman called the meeting to order st 10:42 e.m. TI Ikrd approved m bond for Retry Jon heley, Deputy Court Clerk. approved the County Trcasurer+s monthly roport for Febroary shoeing col letted. approved the County Clerk's monthly report for February sholng fees col lected. following claim were presented and approved for payment: ScJthstern Ilell services, Gen. 20.40 el . serv!ces, Surveyor 21.16 1317 " services, Assessor 67.62 1318 Carl Mercer reimbursement, Asses. 25.00 1315 Judy Germn " 25.00 1320 Southwestern Bell services, Elect. Bd. 6.51 1321 services, Co. Clerk 77.01 1j22 Linda Allenswerth reimbursement, Co.Clerk57.28 1323 Durlnger Printing Co, services, Treasurer 68.90 132k itn Auto Supply, Inc. services, Sheriff 3.14 1325 United Industrial Sales supplies, Sheriff 58.O 1326 Stltlwater News Press publlcetion, Gen. 17.08 1327 Cushing Dally C|tizen publication, Oen. 17.15 1328 Oearinger Printing Co. printing, Sheriff 75.75 1329 Southwestern Bell service, Treasurer 27.fis 1330 Wilma Ryan relmburseent, Trees. kO.36 1333 cCoy, Mecklenburg € Assoc. rental, 0en. 75.00 133 Rerco supplies. Sheriff 42.00 1335 Shdeler's Photo-Craft supplies, Assessor 1lS.Sk 1338 U.S. Post Office supplies, Extension 52.00 1337 Southwestern Bell services, Sheriff 172.36 338 "  service, Supt. Schools 37.67 1339 The Lee Company supplies, Ben. .8 1340 Commorclal Chemical Co. supplies, Den. 307.50 13kl Central Orug medication, Charity 556.43 1342 State Oept. of Inst, 5oc, € Rahab. services, Chtld Welfare 207.27 HEALTH FUND: M2 US Post Office supplies 109.00 1 Oklahoma Natural Gas Co. utilities 122.O7 i6 City of Cushing " 33.15 M7 Southwestern Bell " 476.06 18 Stl|lwater Savings S Loan rent 300.00 CIVIL OEFEHSE: 121 Bob Hoister rental $5.00 REVENUE SHARING: 118 Quick Corner Pharmacy medication, Charity 20.00 119 Stiilwater Municipal Hospital treatment, Charity 30.00 120 Razook's Aex=ll Drug medication, Charity 117.90 121 Payne County Falr Board appropriation I00OO.OO HIGHWAY CASH '+* 512 Escott*s Discounty Foods supplies 36.O 534 F?ltz Auto Electric service 93.7! 538 Albert Equipment supplies 5fi,02 538 " 178.82 537 " 53.75 838 Clarence L. Royd 55.05 539 " " 64,04 50 " 52.60 5kl Southwestern Bell service IOI.93 542 " 98,01 5k3 Goodyear Service Store supplies 254.97 544 " 50.00 5k7 Lccal Towel & Uniform +' 8.28 548 City of Stillwater utilities 80.70 59 Everett's Auto Supply supplies 25.2 550 Clmarron Auto '* 12.55 552 BOb cNslr saliry 28.75 ,AY CASM RESTRICTED "2-T ' ShGulf suppllm 292,18 HIBIAY CASH RESTRICTED "4-T*' 65 Di,S Bros. Noterle| CO. spl/os 2754.00 Start Supply " 170.00 r. Vhite made • motion to table ¢lela T-545 for farther Infomation. Hr. Hyfleld seconded the motion. The motloo carried lth sll commissioners vetln 9 sye. Hr. Cruzan itehed the Hison| LOdl of Cushln Is wll)lng to least the Booker T. eshlngton school, end h lll brlMg lore lnformtion to the board st e letar date. Hr. Riyfield Ile • motlon to idJourn to reconvene Hoday, herch 21, 1977. Hr. Whlte Ssconded the ootlon. The motion carried with ell €omelsslonerl vottng eye. 'Resp4ctfully sulmltted, CoUnty Clerk SPRINGTIME FUN WINTERTIME RATES. Oklahoma's seven scenic resorts are open now for golf, tennis and boating.., as well as other resort activities. But we still have our low winter rates until April lath. So bring your family, bring a golf or tennis partner, or get a group together and get away to relaxation and fun. Get spring for winter. For reservations, call now. Our toll free number is, 800-522-3707. Arrowhead • Fountainhead • Lake Murray • Lake Texoma Quartz Mountain • Roman Nose * Western Hills She was a member of the Carney Christian Church. In addition to her hus- band, a sister and two brothers preceded her in death. Surviving is a son, Ramey Wilson of Oklahoma City; four daughters, Mrs. Nina King of 616 W. Connell, Mrs. Russell (Opal) Good- bary of 1501 S. Hartford, Mrs. Roy (Lena) Mason of Wichita, Kan., and Mrs. Lula Wilson of Norman. Also surviving are nine grandchildren, 20 grea(- grandchildren, and two great-great -grandchildren. Men In Service Coast Guard Chief Wal- rant Officer Second Clas Timothy H. Harris, son 6f Mr. and Mrs. Wade A. Harris of Perkins, Okla., was commissioned in his present rank at with the U.S, CoaSt Guard Group Long Islard Sound, New Haven, Conn. Warrant officers are selec- ted as a result of Coaot Guard.wide competition and an exhaustive screening program. Senior petty off- cars with outstanding let- dership, performance ad i conduct records must fit pass service-wide examina- tions to be considered. A board of Coast Guard offices then carefully reviews t.he applicants' records and interviews each candidate.+ Warrant officers serve as technical specialists in pre- scribed occupational fies with additional administra- tive and supervisory dutiei. He joined the Coast Gua/d in August 1976.