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e toe and! n tl was ip. 13yi iorne we ' eve writ( saw 00assified Ads Jr tn hil Ils a word-lst Insertion s, bl [$1.00 Mlalmem] rrow .'a weed  sueeesslve all , ='lea, [75 cents mlaimam] ne accept telephone ads vrote  charge 50 cents ino| _ durge for non4edger "" ' et till t ! S . __ - p m Tuesday y 00,W.e 40s.s;7.24. sta '.'..e..i ....I,.......%-.............%., -- a1 her  lentals ry glvw...... . ........ ............ vas a ,....._ .......... thr..'"e . . beaU a, eerkins. 547-2474 7 2tchg The Journal Classified Section PHONE: 547-2411 8teen & Riden PAINT SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Interior-Exterior Painting Complete Dry Wall Service PHONE 405.372 -3050 or 405-377-0980 )R RENT: 2 bedroom house with good & fenced yard. Call Lee Kirk. 547-2538. 14 TFC/CHG BAND BOOSTER BAKE SALE Read the ant Ads! "''"*""""''"*'";':'';':':':"Situations WILL KEEP children in my home, hot meals and references. 547-2029. 8 tfc WANTED: Horse Shoeing, appointment or shop, re- ference furnished, custom handmade shoes. Chief Pearson, 918-374-2456. 14 3t* I CROP HAIL INSURANCE: Insure you wheat and grain crops today. Cimarron In- surance Co. 405-377-1880 14 2roDS. I FOR SALE: Dinning table, china cabinet, stero, washing machine, lawnmower and lots of miscellaneous items. See at 215 E. Hart St., Perkins. Call 547-2785 after 3:30 p.m. 14 ltchg. I PORCH SALE: 3 family, used furniture, bedding, curtains, new materials, odds & ends--lot of new items. April 1,2, & 3, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. l I/2 Mile S. of Carney on Hwy. 177. 14 It* i GARAGE & BAKE SALE: Apr. 2, 8 a.m. to ? 209 E. Thomas. Baby bed, twin bed, baby jump seat & lots more miscellaneous. , 14 It* Payne RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEETIN0 OF THE PAYRE COUNTY BOARD OF COISSIONERS Tht following proceedings will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners S!roval as minutes at the next meetlng on March 21, 1977. oF County Commissioners rrt in a special eting on Monday, March 14, fotloing were present: Hembers: Ulysses E. Cruzan, Chairman Bob White, Vlce-Chalrman Orval Hayfield, Member Others: Linda D, Allensorth, County Clerk Bettle Wilson, News Reporter Ran Hill, Civil Defense Director :rheet*n h ha ran asked f there [JC ' ' 9 was called to order at 9:00 a.m. ! e  ir i were !t trons to the special meeting. None were voiced, it was anounced the purpose ettn9 was in regards to the Civil Defense contract for warning sirens for res Mobl I HC Park. CARD OF THANKS To those who expressed their sympathy and prayful concern in so many practical and beautiful ways during our recent bereavement, we express our personal thanks and appreciation. The family of Lou Hart Senior Citizens Ceramics made to order. Call 547-2305 or 547-2752. 13 4tchg I111111IIII1111 Gwen Reynold's Spring Piano Recital. Sunday, April 3, 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. Public is invited. 14 It* EXECUTIVE'S RETREAT Country contemporary3 bed- room, 2 bath on beautiful heavily wooded 0create in Perkins' most exclusive area. Over 1450 SCl. ft. of super custom appointments, including huge 2 car gotoBe, storm cellur, large deck, best appliances and carpet. Low 40's. Ask for Frank Days 372-5680 Eve. 547.2164 AGENCY 547-2401 547-2110 Tired from spring cleaning and planting garden? Expecting lots of company for Easter? Why not have the Band Boosters do your baking for you? The Easter bake sale will be April 9 in the Lion's Den from 9 a.m. until the goods are gone. Come early--they don't last long! If you are baking your own but would like to meet the Band Boosters came by and have a piece of pie or cake with coffee or a cool drink. OLSON'S HARDWARE NOW HAS BULK GARDEN SEED Same variety the Cimarron Valley Coop handled last year. WANT TO SELL??.  We have buyers-- We need listings. Sasser Agency Real Estate 307 N. Main 547-2927 Perkins, Okla. BowyerBs Garage West of the Cemeter 7 ea Streel Indust. PaA Phone: 547 -2020 Pedd I ASPHALT SND (;RAVEl Kern8 Construction Inc. l':ast 8lh at Tracks StmwaCer County The Journal, Thursday, March 31, 1977-7 :.k&:...'....`.`.`....%...::;:....::.;:...`.:.:;;:.%.i.i:.:i..i g:.%: I..'.. Pa vne County Court Re nort II - - r ::1: William Marshall Cheat- MARCH28, 1977 ham vs Emily Kathleen Cheatham, Incompatibility, MARRIAGE LICENSE James M. Springer, Jr. George Gordon Crooks, Rhonda Gayle Nickels vs 29, Cushing; Cynthia Ann Kirby Lynn Nickels, lncom- Bostick, 26, Cushing. patibility, James M. Sprin- George Ernest Brock, III, ger, Jr. 22, Cushing; Kerry Michele Patrida Lynn Sharp vs Brown, 19, Cushing. Cecil Kenneth Sharp, In- Franklin Harold Dobson, compatibility, Landis Shook. 56, Stillwater; Oretta Lorene Mary Alicia Buitink vs Cooley, 53, Stillwater. Roelof Adrian BuRiaL In- Clinton Raymond Kindell, compatibility, Landis Shook. 23, Tulsa; Mary LaJune Susan Kane McCune vs Smith, 21, Wanetta. David William McCune, Jose' Angel AMendez A., Incompatibility, James M. 19, Watonga; Karen Lynn Springer, Jr. Jackson, 24, Watonga. John Dwight Scoggins, 26, CIVIL CASES FILED: Garland; Darla Faye Hit- Gibble Oil Company vs gins, 18, Stillwater. Billy Dale Nutty and C.E. Dennis P. Cates, 28, Crisp, Money Judgment, Madison, Wis,; Sheila M. Browne & Shadil. Alexander, 29, Stillwater. Berna Hays vs Escott's Durrel Alvin Craven, 22, Inc., Money Judgment, Tryon; Caotyn Sue Wilson, James B. Browne. 25, Carney. Lambert Constr. vs Okla- Michael Richard Majors, homa Consulting & Man- 21, Stillwater; Karen Wilda agement, Inc., Money Judg- Miller, 25, Stillwater. ment, Thomas, Hart, Ander- DIVORCES FILED Julia Kay Elsener vs Kent Nelson Elsener, Incompati- bility, James M. Springer, Jr. Sheryl Mae Wright vs Daniel Vern Wright, Gross Neglect of Duty, James M. Springer, Jr. Betty Louise Cundiff vs Harold Dean Cundiff, In- compatibility, Thomas, Herr, Anderson. Nancy Jane Palmer vs George L. Palmer, Incom- patibility, Landis Shook. Julia L. Onele vs Howard LarDy Onele, Oncompati- bility, Landis Shook. Lucy Irene Davis vs Sam Allen Davis, Incompatibility, Landis Shook. Jennifer Lea Shipman vs Steve Glenn Shipman, In- compatibility, James M. Springer, Jr. Commissioners Report MS. Darla Huffran, Coordinator of the Drug Department of COCO0, was present to inform the board of the program they are making available for law enforcement agencies and request the boardLs support. Ms. Huffmannoted she has received $36,000.OO funding from the Oklahoma Crime Commission, hut she must false $36OO.O0 matching funds From outside sources, such as the Counties, Cities, etc. Ms. Huffman requested the brd's support by a contribution of SlOP.P0 for participation. The hoard agreed to study the matter and discuss this with the Sheriff. The chalrman called for a recess at 10:25 a.m. The chairman called the meeting back to order from recess at IO:3S a.m. Mr. Mayfield noted he has received correspondence from the elevator repair company that the elevator needs a new electronlc eye. After discussion, Mr. Hayfield made a motion that this hoard allow expense of SO.O0 to Rogers Elevator Service Company of Moore, Oklahoma, for a new e]ectrlc eye for the courthouse elevator. Mr. White seconded the motion. The motion carried with all commissioners voting aye. Ran Hill, Civil Defense director, notified the board Rill Story, Oklahoma City. would supply the equipment discussed at the special meeting at the price bid, which was $99.11 higher that the Io bidder that has not upplied according to contract. Me lso noted Bill Story would do their best to have the equilent in 90 days. The hoard approved the cashiers check from Law Enforcement Equipment for bid performance in the amount of $17.73 for deposit in the special account for this project. Mr. Hill atso requested a list of personnel in the highway department for him r H to contact if he was unable to reach any of the connissioners in the event of a It k' *11 stated on October 22, 176, Law Encorceent Equlpnt was aw,Jrdd a disaster that uld necesitate use of County equint Mr. ite stated he would |t I for the delvery of the sirens baed on their bid with dellvery in two nnths prepare alibt of hs workers. Ae eeks. On Nowmber , 76, a purchase order was railed after phone veriflcaton !dCtract. Hr. Hi I nO ed he ha receivcd one pr_e of the four bid, to ere Darrell Mecklenburg, County Surveyor, was present requesting direction of the !ll  r the factory, but one was lost n bhlpment. Mr. Hill holed he has specifications for the t trucks. Mr. White made a moton that the Payne County ! th Caw Cnforccment Equipen on danu3ry I, 1917, and was told the ,-qulpf:nt Board of Commlssioner give authority to the County Surveyor to adverllsa for to [d ShPped on January 21, 177, again on February 16, and was told t would be twin screw trucks and to write the specifications co.arable with what the county iill TM week and again on March I, and was told it was shped Februar h, t7. advertised for in the past for comparable units. ith options in the ualts, being tessreguested the board to rdvertise for bds and take whatever Ic.gal act;on the transmission and rear-end, with a ninety day deliverynkxm tin. Hr. Hayfield ary hr H !1. aYfield noted it could be possible to take the next highest bidder since [| t and bnst bidder did tot perform. After discussion, Hr. Hayfield made a t hthtawlhe 8,ard of County C 'ls'o nets c ancel, the coot act which' was ent red ,,..0  n, .......... Eqop ....... C ........ C, .... , on Ocob;rTh,r'y  O:h lash. * - a nodel $18, in the anunt of 52,9 .9. e u e , r- a t e !ers cbrck in the amount of 51: which was put up a a nerfor.ance bond, and 90 Io he s.cond bidder if they are wiling to lP Y his pi,-ce of cgulvm, nt eut e !ht, y uid on 0etcher 13, 1976. and .e ,,:)ld n,.9ot,ate up Io >/.due to 'eae,fullV,,,g incr, ac ond any r,,lsor, s .hlch ight have c(:d the pr!ce to tl. e furlh,ore stale hat och til: has ec(c.d:d dc',ble the tlr set out ttacmtract ,rod the tard ftt. l', they arc. fully in their rig..ts to cancel the et b : Mr. hitt, ,,cond, d tht ,;ion. The tion carried with the folIo,ing ng ast : t',a:f; Id: aye . . White: aye Cr,wan: i=.ss H k- h;  , ;lin Ic, ,*dourn to conwne H.rch 21, IC)7, Hr. !%yfled the '1 1 ' ,1 carri,d ,ith all cs:,issionc.r, voting dye. 't fully ",?.'i r I..d, seconded the motion. The motion carried with all commissioners voting aye. fir. Kenneth R]ngwatd was present requesting the board open a road in the kd/k of 11-17-3. The board agreed to look into the matter. Hr. Cruzan presented and Offer to Sell from Charles F. Foster, regarding the property ;n Cushing Hr. Cruzan has discussed fur purchase for his Cushing Office. Mr. White stated he has no objection to this purchase. Mr. Hayfietd stated he is against this purchase due to the amount of property being purchased. Mr. White made a motion that the Board of County Commissioners of Payne County move into a contract to purchase land situated in Block 63 of South Addition of Cushing, described from the offer to sell from C.arles F. Foster of Cushing, Oklahoma. The Board move in the direction to purchase the property with the funds to be available from T-2 to transfer to Capitol Outlay and steps made to move forward with all legal instruments being approved by the District Attorney The Chalrman calied for a second to the motion, Mr. Mayfleld waived the caliing for a second the required three times. The ,Chalrrrn relinquished the chairmanship to the Vice-Chalrman, who accepted. Hr. Cruzan seconded the motion. Mr. White returned the chalrmanship to Hr. Cruzan. The followlng votes were cast: Hayfield: no White: yes Bruzan: yes " Motion carried. Bond for Hargaret J. Swank was presented and approved as treasurer for the Free fair Board. The Board approved liquor tax allocatlon in the amount of $6,695.26. The Board approved the followlng Request for Approva) of Appropriations: T-I, Title III of Bankhead Jones Farm Tenant Act funds $h0.21 T-I, salaries, insurance $35,000.00 T-Z, M&O, $32,337.94 2-T, MO 510,287.23 6-T, caMP, Lumber, & Rock, SI7,515.55 The Chairman called for a recess at 12:00 to reconvene at I:00 a.m. The Chalrkn called the meeting back to order fr recess at I:OO a.m. The following claim, s were presented and approved: GENERAL: 133 Jerry O. Ward Agency bond, Ct. Cterk 20.OO 13h Cooper Cycle Eenter labor, Gen. 3.00 135 Hake Lumber Company materials, Co. Clerk .17 136 News Press publication, Com. 21.26 137 B6C Office Supply supplies, Co, Clerk 52-99 )38 Hain Auto Supply. Inc. supplies, Sheriff 16,28 13k B&C Office Supply supplies, Com. 5.20 13O City of Stillwater utilities, fen. 1518, 1351 Dept. Instutions, Sac,  Rohab. food stamp agreemt. 1300.35 1352 Hotter Bookbinding Company supplies, Supt. Schools 17.20 1353 Southwestern Stationery supplies, Co. Clerk 267.OO 135k The Journal publlcation, Gen. 16.7 1355 Harrison Electric supplies, Gen. 72.15 t356 26.70 135/ Safeway Grocery Store #70 groceries, Welfare 19.97 138 IO/M Grocery Store 2,OO 1361 Southwestern Bell service, Extension IO5.27 1362 Rodgers Elevator Repari service, Gen. 27.50 1363 BC office Supply supplies, D.A. 88.26 136 Xerox Corporation  rental, D.A. 116.;7 1365 Del Mars Grocery Store groceries, Welfare 30.O0 1366 Southwestern Bell service, D.A. 169.15 1367 Gene h. Binnifl 9 Company service, Gen. 2470.02 1368 BC Office Supp)y suRplies Ext. 65.19 1369 0uane McVey travel, Ext. 157.66 1370 Betty W, Dahms 99.15 1371 Ouckll Wholesale Co. supplies. Ext: 19.75 1372 Oklahoma School Suppty supplies, Supt. School 15.67 1373 Dlenn*s 01sount Grery groceries, Welfare 20.02 137 18.6k 137 The Journal publication. Gen. 20.00 son. Stiliwater Municipal Has- pital vs Hyrice Tomlin and Vicky Tomlin, Money Judg- I GAGE WESTERN STORE BOOTS-llATSJEAN SADDI.E GEAR 115 W. 71h Slill aler l:R2-333g I I I I I I Termites ROACHES, RATS AND ALl. OTHER PESTS Free Estimates and inspection SINCE 1932 llama Owned & Operated TREE & SHRUB SPRAYING A&M Termite Co. 372-2526 1376 Xerox Corporation rental, Den. 52.30 1377 Stillater NS Press publication, Gen. 20.69 1378 Stlllwater News Press 52.60 1379 Mid-West Printing supplies, fen. 253.9 1380 train Printers & Stationers supplies, Supt. of Schools 17.00 1381 Xerox Corporati rental, Co. Clerk 279.55 1382 State Insurance Fund premium 233.29 1383 Rose I. Jarvis travel, Ct. Clerk /I.80 138 Dklahorl Hatural Gas utilities, fen. 193.20 15 Hamilton's Electrmics supplies, Sheriff 178.75 138* Frontier Printers SupplieS. CO. Clerk 97.k5 1387 Southstern Stationery supplies, Treas 190,11 i. a ' / /. . ,-,-,y0:, .......... .... RECORD OF TME PROCEEDINGS OF THE MEETING OF THE PAYNE COUNTY BOARD Of COMHISSIONE Rc " fo] n CocTm, i s s ione r S rov CWin" g proceed'lng5 w'tll be presented o the Board of Cou ty ,,, a aS minutes at the next meeting on March 3), 1977. t* ". .rdof C ..... Commlssl ........ i .... g u] .... tint ...... day, March 21, lOlloing were present: qll Bob white. V;c-Cha,n I Orva; Mayfed, Member J Others: Linda G. Allensworth, County Clerk h Bettle Wilson, News Reporter L'tiet!rg ..... 1led .... der at :00 .... The Chairman r.eminded those present KtrchsWa$ being recorded by the County Clerk. The proceedings from the neetlng r t'" and the special meeting hetd March )It, 1977, were.presented. Mr. Mayf,eld  qt|n r to approve the proceedings as presented. Mr. White seconded the oton. Carried with ell commissioners voting aye. flling Southwestern 8el] Telephone permit was presented and approved: rss t I ei g. rellel beginning in the NW corner of 6-171E and extending approx. , and  mi W. le a gl 9 tton Wa he hoard s su rt of the resolution presented  qet., s present to request t  ppo eel y JUly 6, 1976, for the establlshment of a chief or department to coordinate th iitln- effor ts in Payne County. The delegation presented a )ester of support 't cvflre chiefs in Payne County. After lengthy dl ..... ion, the board agreed , %tt t  SlOts for the stiller tOWnS and other government funds, to have Run Htr, ___ :"1 ......... g of flds, end tO SuppOrts the chief's organizing and having Hm t|v Rresen r d th,s ould be a etteR t the problems tO the boerd. All present ag ee ' ! rd rOId HIte, Cha rman of the G encoe Board of Trustees also requested.assistance d nli==ntenance for Gencoe, with approximately three streets () mile) tn subll " The BOard aoreed they would consider the matter if the Board of Trustees sitY J t, I, " . .... tter to the Commissioners with specific requests. ruf Kalll, with the Ok ahoa State Labor 0epart ....... pres ...... form IJ][I St. 1 vlutory inspection at the county warehouse by the Labor Department. Abr 'teU this iflsoection wou d place the warehouse into the area that OSH f tht mandltor in the future The board agreed i.t p- S eegulatlon becomes ' Y ' State Lebor 0epartment Yo do thls nspection. HEALTH FUND; h)3 Victor Bickell labor 12.50 15 Xerox Corporation rental 119.O9 kt9 Constaaer's IGA supplies .88 h20 Xerox CorporatiOn supplies 31.0 k21 Hospital Products supplies 68.22 22 City of St;llwater utilities 61.3 23 City of Stillwater 71.52 2 Arkla Gas Company O,51 k25 Gibson's supplies 13.30 26 Erwin's Printers supplies 33.20 27 [nin's Printing 2. h28 Grace Louise Sutliff services 65.00 kk Oklahoma Hatural Gas Company utilities 63.66 h5 US Postmaster stamps 65.00 HIGHWAY CASH "T" 5k6 AIIred Supply supplies 1.OO 551 Steve's Farm Home supplies 23.D  553 City of Stillwater supplies 26.00 $5 Haul Auto Supply supplies 50. 555 Dyke's Welding service 0.OO 556 Bob Bron 0istributlng supplies 99.39 557 Histletoe Express service 10.09 5S8 Bobertson Automotive supplies 53-9 559 Rlbert Equipment supplies 125.26 560 Hurst Tire service 232. 562 fritz Auto Electric service .25 563 yna System supplies 301.00 564 Auto.tire inc. supplies 7.61 565 in Auto Supply upplies 297.1 566 0kiahom Natural Gas utilities 212.13 567 5outhestern Bell service 83.11 568 Albert Equtnt supplies 298.90 569 Albert Eguiment 10.94 57O 82.$6 5/I Dyna Syst 281.46 $72 (aldell Implement 0.20 573 Ad Supply 63.%. 57k State Insurance Fund premium 1111.65 575 Jim Clelen's Paint Body Shop service 25.00 577 C6W Texaco repairs 22.0 57 NOhW Tire Warehouse NO 7 supplies 639.96 REVENUE SHARING 123 RUel J. Staton glasses, Charity 30.00 12E Dr. Paul J. Smith dlcatlon, Charity 10.00 125 Snider Pharmacy prescriptlo. Charity 256,95 " 388.8 126 Yea 0rug 127 City Drug Store 185.50 128 Tiger Drug IkO.OO HIAY "k-' 67 Qupa Company grave 5302.02 68 Stewart Rock gravel 2609.56 69 Sttrt Aock 1369.09 70 Evans & Associates 150.3 7J Continental Ccrete Company concrete 120.O0 72 Stewart Supply bridge teat. 221.O0 CIVIL OEFERSE: |22 0klahol Civil 0efense Directors Assn dues 5.00 123 Vestern Union service 38.00 12 BOn Hill travel 39.00 125 Southwestern Bell service 159.69 126 5.95 Mr, White mde e otion tO tble General claim #1229, 1331, 13, Revenue Sharing claim 122. Hlghuay "' clai 561 & 578, aM to ditallo Nighway "T" 576 to lloyd Welding Ear $28.00. Mr. Rayfleld seconded the motion. The motion carried with all cIss|or ",*otfn 9 eye. Mr. Whlte Idea motiOn to adjourn to meet again March 31, 1977 at 9:00 a.m. Mr. yfleld seconded the motion. The motiOn c#rried with all commissioners voting aye. Respectfully Submitted: Linde G. AIlensorth County Clerk I I I I II I ,'3ST OFFICE BOX 842 STILLwATER, OKLAHOMA 74074 , ment, Thomas, Herr, Ander- PROBATES FILED: son. P-77-54, Conservatorship Stw. Municipal Hasp. vs of Philip L. Cook, Vance H. Lorenzo Turner and Toni Fried. Turner, Money Judgment, P-77-56, J.D. of Death of Thomas, Hart, Anderson. Edith Gant, Lynn Osborn. Lena Belle HiUhouse vs P-77-55, Conservatorship Okla. Farmers' Union, Mo- of Hulda A. Cook, Keith nay Judgment, Donald War- Thomas. thington. ANNOUNCING The Opening of o New Auction Company. Located in the old Hardware Mart Building, 122 East 9th, Still- water, Ok. We are Now Accepting Consignments for Our First Auction to be Held Sunday, April 3, Consignments of Good Used and New Furniture and Appliances, Antiques and Miscellaneous items. (No Junk) will be accepted from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday, March 28, through April 2, 1977. We reserve the right to reject any Consignment, S11LLWiTB B01101 00MPANY 122 Fast th Phone 377-,1377 Watch For Detailed Listing of Consigned Merchandise in Friday, April 1, News-Press. See You in Church Sunday Morning, nnd At the Auct- ion Sunday Afternoon. [ REAL ESTATE AND FURNITURE AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 9--1 p.m. REAL ESTATE to be sold at 2:00 p.m., 221 E. Thomas, Perkins, Okla. Lots 29, 31, 33, & 35, block 2, 1st Aclditlon, Town of Perkins. 7 room modern home and housefull of furn Iture and many miscellaneous Items. Owner: GEORGE B. JACOB Terms: CHh on personal Items. 10% clown on Reel Estate day of sale. For complete description, listing and terms, See Big Ad in Stlllwatar News.Press on Tuesday, April 5, 1977. Sale Conducted by STI LLWATER AUCTION COM- PANY 122 E. 9th, Stlllwater, Okla. 377.3377 or 372-7233 Real Estate Auctioneer, Ralph J. Jacob, Furniture & Miscellaneous Jim Jacob. House open for In. spectlon Including furniture, Saturday & Sunday, April 2 & 3 from 2 to S p.m. I I AERIAL SPRAYING PROMPT RELIABLE SERVICE for all your aeda/ spraying needs Call: Tommy Tomlinson 624-8783 Stillwater or Cimarron Valley Coop 547-2700 Perkins m m %=.-,,%=,,=.%%% ,"J..'..'j."j......jjj...j_, ',,%%%%%%%%%%., HARRISON ELECTRIC ALONG WITH FIXTURES AND COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE NOW CARRIES ...... 372.7171 MINUTE MAN SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS WITH EASY INSTALLATION FIND OUT MORE Harrison Electric LIGHT HOUSE 914 S. Main, Stillwate