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PAGE 12 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, April 6, 1989 Swarm Casey, Perkins, a sophomore majoring in elementary education at Oklahoma State University, is shown being presented a certificate in honor of being named to the Sophomore Honorary by Dr. Steven Marks, coordinator of Clinical Experience in the OSU College of Education, at the annual Honors and Awards Banquet. Suzann was one of four students who have been selected for the Sophomore Honorary in the College of Education. Selection for this award is based upon activities and academic grade point. She is .he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dean Casey, Perkins. At Your Library Mystery: A Taste for Death-- detectivg Dalgllesh follows a dizzy- ins trail Of clues and hunches to find a solution to the two men found dead in the vestry of a Lon- don churcl New non-fiction: Very Early-- 76 ways to get Organized for Christmas-- Everything from dacorat/ng, enter- taining, shopping, shopping and family activities, a foolproof guide for putting the fun and joy back in- to the season--and with PLENTY of time to read and put into effect for this year; The Death and Life of Dith Pran--the original account on which the film The Killing Fields, was based; Staying Home Irutead-- how to quit the workin~MOM rat race and survive financially;, The Afghan Hound--from the history, to care and management, this Win give you general information; No Nlee Girl Swem --the modern debu- tante's guide to proper social behavior, N.E.A.: Trojan Horse in A medcan Education--the first full- length expose of the National Education Association; Images of Childhood, an illustrated social hi&tory--dea~ with the nature and nurture of children through the ages. Reference materials financed by the ODL grant: C, uine Book of world records, 1989; F Tvll's .4tl of .4 merican History; Drabble's The Ox- ford Companion to English IJ'tm~ture; Hart's The Oxford Companion to ,4 merican Literature; Webster's Biographical lk'ctionary; Carruth's Encyclopedia of .4merican Fact~ and Dates; Van No,trend's Scientific En- cyclopedia; Chilton's .4uto Repair, 1982-1989; Chilton's Truck and Fan Repair; Ewen's Great Composers 1300-1900; Ewen's Composers since 1900; Composers since 1900, First Sup- plement; Kunitz' 20th century .4u; huts; 20th century .4uthors, First Supplement; Family Medical Guide; Kane's Famous First Facts; The AKC Complete Dog Book; and The .41manac of .4merican PoEtics, 1988. So our research, reference and study section is filling up with good books for your use. Now some for the younBer group: Watch Out! Man-eating Snake-- Stacy's first day in Kindergarten was quite an experience; Grumpy Pumpkin--a trip to the pumpkin farm, carving the faces and the big H allowsen party were all involved in the Pee Wee Scouts' way of celebrat/n8 the seas~ Starring First Grade--the play at school is a has- sle, no one wants to be what they are assigned to be;Jumanfi--as the children play their new game, they are plunged into some wild adventures--a Caldecott Award wirming book (for ilhmtratiens); The Polar F pr --Caldacott award win- ner for 1986--the train roars through the night picking up children who are taken to the North Pole for a brid viait and though he knows it was a dream, the boy still has a hell that Santa gave him; Boy, Little Boy--Grandma helps David rememher when he was a lit- tle boy; The Magic Pot--the old black pot the old man found by the side of the mad had many for him and his wife. First Farm in the Valley: .4nna's Sto --Anna's mother and father had been the first people to set~le in Lat~ch Valley, Wisconsin, now in 1876, there were thirteen more families, most of which came from Poland--a true-to-life novel with warm, LEGAL NOTICE {Published in The Perkins Journal, Thursday, April 6, 1989 - 1 time) IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR PAYNE COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the Estate of ROSIE M. BAILEY, Deceased. No. P~9~0 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION NOTICE OF HEARING IS GIVEN that Pearl O. Taplin has filed in the District Court in and for Payne County, State of Oklahoma, a Petition praying that Pearl O. Taplin be appointed Administratrix of the estate of ROSIE M. BAILEY, deceased; and that the 25th day of April, 1989, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock &n~, in the District Court Room 302 in Stillwater, in Payne County, Oklahoma, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing said Petition, when and where you are hereby cited to ap- pear and show cause, if any you have, why said Petition should not be granted. In testimony whereof, I have heretounder set my hand this 30th day of March, 1989. Donald L. Worthington District Judge Jack Bowyer OBA #10665 Attorney for Petitioner 135 S. Main, P. O. Box 819 Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 -O- humorous stories of the changes in social customs and farming technology that takes place over the years, woven around the values and traditions of a close-knit fami- ly. LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Thursday, April 6, 1989 - 1 IN THE DISTRICT AND FOR PAYNE STATE OF In the Matter of the JERRY TAPLIN, P~9~1 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR OF WILL NOTICE OF GIVEN to all persons the estate of JERRY deceased, that on the 30th March, 1989, Pearl O. of Payne County, strument purporting to be t Will and Testament of Jerry deceased, and also filed court a Petition praying for~ bate of said will, and that Testamentary O. Tapli Pursuant to an Order Court made on this date, hereby given that the 25th' April, 1989, at the hour d o 'clock of said day, appointed as the date and hearing and stud wm at the #302, in the courthouse in of Stillwater, of State of Oklahom all persons interested may and contest the same. In testimony day of March, 1989. -s-Donald I~ District Jack Bowyer OBA //10665 Attorney for Petitioner 135 S. Main, P. O. Box Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS Lumber Co, door, 306.75; 2707, Cimmac, Inc, lease, 591.45; 2806, "O" Ouapaw, stone, 5296.20; 2834, Tom Eolb, svc, 1950.00; 2849, Albert Equipment, blades, 1584.96; 2866, Department of Public Safety, legal, 30.75;3246, West Publishing, publications, 44.25; renewal fee, 5.00; 2900, Ouapaw, rock, 2584.68; 2909, Stillwater 1923, Penton's Office Supply, forms, 415.00; 2300, Ace The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a regular meeting Newspress, legal, 25.40; 2934, Sooner Rubber Products, hose, 20.66; supl, 4.14; 2725, Ace Hardware, supl, 36.38; 2726, R. J. ttarch fi, ~qRq. ~otice of the meetinq was made hV ,,,~stin~ an oqenda 2936, SW Bell, phone, 175.03; 2954, George Lavigne, romp, 582.60; supl, 68.40; 2727, Main Auto Supply, supl, 222.50; at room 10l, Courthouse, Stillwater, OK on Friday March 3 and at 2955, Department of Human Services, garnishment, 150.00; 2957, City Thomas Covington, sup1, 162.00; 2729, Maveric Mini Mart, 293.86: 2730, Bud's DX, sup1, 188.38; 2731, Griffith per Perkins City Hall. Perkins Oklahoma. The following were present: of Stillwater, utility, 205.89: 3148, SW Bell, phone, 231.70; supl 455.04; 2732, Whistle Stop, fuel, 105.94, Central DrUg Carl Moreland, Chairman; Bernice Mitchell,Vice-Chairman; Jimmie Des Health Department: 2552, Sunburst Communicstlon, videos, 834.22; Cook, Member; Judy German, Deputy County Clerk. 2703, Grlmsley's supl, 118.70; 2846, Duckwall Wholesale Company, 274.63;2748, Valet Car Wash, supl, 17.671 2811, Enid cups, 14.401 2885, OK Quality Printing, forms, 84.501 2928, AT k Communications, parts, 72.00; 2034, One-O-Eight Auto Salva~ The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. at the T phone, 329.50; 2981, SW Bet1, advertising, 54.00; 2904, ONG, 45.00;2830, Enid Two Way, repr, 68.30; 3160, SW Set1, supl Perkins City tlall. The Deputy Clerk presented the minutes of utility, 361.90; 2985, Postmaster, stamps, 250.00; 2993, Swanson's 3196, Oklahoma Sheriff's Association, dues, 255.00: 322 February 21 and 28. Cook made the motion to approve the minutes Home Furnishing, carpet, 90.60; 2997, Swanson's Home Furnishings, Hiner, travel, 109.45; 3230, Carl Hiner, travel, 33.7! as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; repr, 651.76; 3047, AT t T, lease, 149.28; 3048, City of George Disel, reimbursement, 25.56: Treasurer: 2803, B' Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. Stillwater, utilities, 425.90; 3049, J & N Janitorial Service, arc, Printing, forms, 96.80; 3144, Dearinger Printing, formS, 400.00; 3050, W. L. Sonaka; consultant, 150.00; 3051, Tracy Pyles, Commissioners: 3231, Bernice Mitchell, travel, 125.17:32 The Deputy Clerk presented the utxlity permits: Oklahoma Natural consultant, I00.00; 3053, Zelford Smith, svc, 175.00; 3131, Ed Bollrah, travel, 30.75; 3267, Carl Moreland, travel, 87 Gas: 2 3/0" OD type i gr. plastic pipe; .3 miles W of State Hwy PerEeault, maintenance, 255.00; 3132, Rhoda M. Easley, travel, Jimmie Dee Cook, travel, 131.22; Extension: 2566, NidwSl 177; 1620' West of SE/c RE/4 Sec 1-17-2E; paralleling S B/W county road easterly approx. 460'and paralleling N R/W approx. 3020' West approx 565' Cook made the motion to approve the permit and to waive the $50.00 fee. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, al~e; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. T~e Chairman presented a Resolution to Relocate utilities 3 miles E~st of US-177 and 2.5 miles South on Fairgrounds. The resolution r~quest County Road Improvement Revolving Funds (CRIMP} in the anfount of $44,000.00 for the relocation for the Fairgrounds road p~0Ject (BRO-60(207)C). Cook made the motion to approve the R~;olution as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: C~ok, aye; Mitchell, ~ye; Moreland, aye. T~e Deputy Clerk presented bid evaluation for Bid 89-U7, Computer 80.82; 3133, Delotis Fowler, LPN svc, 448.00; 3134, Sw Bell, bill, 432.78; 3135, Karol Clayton, travel, 46.95; 3136, Betty Wright, travel, 113.90; 3137, Carl L. Jones, travel, 128.95;3150, Frank Marburger, travel, 136.94; SHERIFF SERVICE FSE: 2789, galls, ~nc, siren, 607.47; DISPUTE RESOLUTION: 3061, Richard Henry, phone, 58.07; 3139, Richard Senry, mediation fees, 2083.33;PAYNE COUNTY SELF INSURANCE; 2902, Scottsdale Insurance, deductible, I0000.00. supl, 28.00; 2922 Fenton's Office, supl, 64.04; 3063, SilVe Cook made the motion to adjourn. Mitchell seconded. carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. County Clerk ~- t PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSION Motion P~per. Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk recommended the low bid'of Regular Session March 20, 1909 Southwest Buslness~PrOducts, Ponc~ City in t~e~mount of $940.2~.! C~ok made the motion to accept the evaluation as presented. The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a regular meeting Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, sye: Monday, March 20, 1989. Notice of the meeting was made by posting ~ utility, 1816.76; 3224, AT k T, maintenance, 25.00; 324 an agenda at room 101, Courthouse, Stillwater, OK on Friday, March M~reland, aye. Commlssioner Moreland presented the bid evaluation foc the tractor, 89~08. Moreland recommended the lowest and best bid of Stillwater Equipment Company for a John Deere in the amount of $14989.00. Cook made the motion to approve the recommendation as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Deputy Clerk presented blanket purchase orders: Fenton's Office Supply, 100.00; Walmart, I00.00. Cook made the motion to accept the blanket purchase orders as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye: Moreland, aye. The Deputy Clerk p~esented purchase orders to be tabled: 2196, Hamilton's Communications, invoice error;2308, Ace Hardware, i~voice error. Mitchell made the motion to table the purchase oraers as presented. Cook seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye: ML~chell, aye; Moreland, aye. Mitchell made the motion to authorize each Highway District fo issue up to $10,000.00 in blanket purchase orders for emergency re, airs of equipment during the month of March. Cook seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Deputy Clerk presented monthly reports: Sheriff:Collections: 5~54.31: Disbursements: Sheriff Service Fee: 1805.00; OTC, 3525.31: OCher, 420.00; County Clerk: Collections: 15139.331 Disbursements: General Fund: 12735.80; OTC, 2204.53; ML Cash Fund, 132.00. "Mitchell made the motion to approve the monthly reports aft presented. Cook seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mftchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Deputy Clerk presented Highway Cash Balances: Tla, 66057.74; Tib, 593.99; T-2, 158434.61; T-3, 79616.33; T7FG, 89035.35; T7PL, 200.00; T7SF, 4675.01. Cook made the motion to approve the cash balances for encumbrance during March. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Deputy Clerk presented Summons: C-88-737, First National Bank v&. Aufleger-Garrett, etal; C-89-135, First Federal Savings & Loan vs. Harold D. Roe & Alva J. Cook made the motion to forward the summons to the District Attorney. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. i~' / iiI i i/ill i iliI T~e Deputy Clerk presented Summary Report of Consumable Items for District |l. T~e following purchase orders were approved for payment: Attorney: 2~21, West Publishing Co, legal, 131.60; 2870, West Publishing, legal, 68.00; Sheriff: 933, Xerox Corporation, svc, 81.50; 2452, J~S. Battle Uniform, uniforms, 340.90; 2551, Frontier Printers, foxms 63.50: 2872, Stillwater Medical Center, svc, 613.00; 2951, City of Stillwater, utility, 15.96; 2952, Stillwater Medical C~nter, svc, 366.50; 2953, Stillw~ter Radiology, avc~ 150.00; 2965, Stillwater Medical Center, svc, 266.00; 2966, Carl Hiner, travel, 3~0.00; 2977, Carl Hiner, board bill, 1931.81; 2996, Shldeler'a P~otocraft, film, 29.61; Treasurer: 1546, Midwest Printing Company, tax binders, 737.68; 2191, Midwest Printing, binders, 42.09; 2691, Cecil's Computer, ribbons, 351.67; 2692, Chuck's Paint & ~Paper, telephone, 43.74; 2946, Bonita Stadler, travel, 150.00; 3045, Bonita Stadler~ travel, 123.021 Commission: 2845, Dearinger Pfintlng, seal, 19.75; 2943, Carl Moreland, travel, 350.00; 2944, Jimmie Dee Cook, travel, 350.00; 2945, Bernice Mitchell, travel, 3~0.00; Extension: 2808, American Plant Products, supl, 100.28; County Clerk: 2502, Thompson's Book & Supply, supl, 200.18: 2883, Zytron, repr, 79.00: 2950, Sherri Schieffer, travel, ~5"~O0; 2973, Radio Shack, sup1, 3.98; 3065, Oonella Hall, labors, 18.42; Court Clerk: 2938, Sandra Ness, travel, 150.00:Assessor: 2641, Stillwater New,press, legal, 125.28; 2644, Perkin's Journal, legal, 50.00; 2827, Maxine's Custom Frames, svc, 98.60; 3031, Lonzetta Penn, travel, 20.91; 3034, Anita Rush, travel, 2.87; 3040, Rax Holland, trsvel, 250.00; 3041, William Holstein, travel, 71.55; 3042, Annabelle Baker, travel, 8.00; 3043, Harold Sanders, travel, 15.18; 3044, Cheri Hall, travel, 62.73;3035, John Billingslea, travel, 13.94; 3036, James D. Delk, travel, 25.83; 3037, Dens11 treat, travel, 10.66; 3030, Shirley Hesser, travel, 30.14; 3039, Karan Srunken, travel, 7.38; General Operations: 2785, Carpenter Paper, paper, 1670.00; 2791, Ansan Fire Safety Compsny, inspections, 89.30; 2851, Zee Medical Services, supl, 80.15; ~990, AT & T, maintenance, 249.25; 2994, IBM, maintenance, 437.52; 3003, Department of Human Services, food stamps, 3385.98; 3005, City of Stillwater, 3496.79; 3033, Walt's truck Service, rental, 53.46: 3146, AT & T, maintenance, 30.60; 3147, IBM, Corporation, lease, 232.00; Excise Board: 3054, Enetb Banks, svc, 50.O0; 3055, Norman Durham, 50.00; 3056, Oliver Kinzie, svc, 50.00; Electlon Board: 2400, Dearinger Printing, stamp, 3.00: 2903, Brooner'a Floor Center, sup1, 2903, Brooner'a Floor Center, covering, 132.01; 2906, Short's Carpet $ tile, supl, 26.50; 2979, Election Board Secretaries, registrations, 20,00: Computer: 2900, Stillwater Newspress, notice, 25.40; 2947, Moore Business Forms, paper, 386.56; Building Engineer: 2962, The Lee Company, paint, 43.80; Hiqhwav C~,: 20~2~ Quanaw Company, hmcl, 8981.64; 2376, Stewart [>~[ Service, 8VC# 200U.ou; 50., .,~a Peuetoxlt trucgs, repr, 1349.14; 2614, H~ghas 17. The following were present: Carl Moreland, Chairman: Bernice Mitchell,Vice-Chairman~ Jimmie Dee Cook, MemberISherri Schieffer, svc, 0.00; 3064, Xerox Corporation, forms, 57.95; 3084, Milling, supl, 40.77; 3202, Xerox Corporation, ]ease, Srett Morris, travel, 139.61; 3239, Duane McVey, travel, County Clerk: 2041, Dataplex, film, I0.00; 2086, Federal mail, 29.00; 2926, Thompson's Book & Supply, sup1, Misco, diskettes, 68.60; 2902, Thompson's Book & Suppl] 45.70; 3000, Stillwater Typewriter, repr, 50.00; 3060, Locksmith, keys, 1.98; 3152, Jim Harris & Associates, form 3170, Pitney Bowes, rental, 150.75; 3179, SMI, copies, Walmart, supl, 10.60; 3228, Simplex, maintenance, 205~, OSU, directory, 3.00; 3643, Yale News, publication, i $199, International Association of Appraisers, membershiP, Revaluation: 3156, CPS, software enhancements, 665.0 Prmmglce Hall, dictionary, 29.95; General Operations, S~ublicationa,165.06; 2623 Air-O-Beat & Air, mai~ ~4.~#~745, Stillwater Newapress, legal, 220.31; 2988, el~, maintenance, 53.77; 2989, Ecolab, Inc, svc, 70. Sw Balli, phone, 1731.05! 3104, AT & T, lease, 697.89; 3 County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The Clerk presented utility pe~mlts: Phillips 66: 6" gas llne in 10" casing; installed by boring; cross E/W c~unty road approx. 1 I/2 mile S Jct Swy 51 & 18; 423' East of SW/c St/4 Sec 27-19N-BE; and 6" natural gas line in I0" casing; installed by boring; cross B/W county road approx. 2 1/2 miles S of Hwy 51 & 10; 570' W of SW/c SW/4 Sec 34-19N-BE. Cook made the motion to approve the permits as presented that the $100.00 road crossing be deposited to HighWay Cash. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Noreland, aye. SW Bell: t.10" line installed by trenching; parallel N/S county road approx. I mile S of 33 & 17; ~2' W of SW/c Sec 35-18N4E. Cook made the motion to approve the permits as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. Products, ribbons, 623.39; 3158, CPS Business Systems, maintenance, 1350.00; 3182, SW Bell, modem, 39.14; 3263, charge, 57.30; Building Engineer: 2741, Ace Hardware, sup1 2742, Clean Clothes Service, sup1, 43.20; 2815, Sherwin Co, paint, 68.45; 2961, Sherwin Williams Co, paint, 83.7 Industrial Soap, sup1, 93.02; Highway Cash: 216, Quapaw asphalt, 3003.60; 2030, Stewart Stone, rock, 1703.80: 2031~ Stone, 3, crusher run, 2360, Albert Equipment, generator, 2540, Bentley & Son, hauling, 157.50; 2634, Stewart 3731.40; 2696, Ansan Fire safety, svc, 113.80; 2708, Department of Transportation, lease, 2238.90; 2713, supl, 64.59; 2714, Main Auto Supply, supl, 626.54; 271! Home, 8upl, 80.17; 2717, Albert Equipment, sup1, 16 Cushing Lumber, 204.37; 2735, Cimarron Truck, supl, Cherokee Lines, supl, 02.16; 2730, Adams Supply, supl, 17. Albert Equipment, sup1, 270.13; 2740, American Weldin 270.92; 2750, Sarris Apco Svc, supl, 193.45; 2751, Hal sup1, 557.71; 2752, Hughes Lumber Co, sup1, 50.15; 27! Ford, aupl, 16S.24; 2755, Robertson ~utomotive, supl, 453 The Clerk presented cash appropriations: Dispute Resolution: Standard Auto Parts, aupl, 352.68; 2758, Vassar Super St 25.00 and 2119.33; S~eriff's Service Fee, 2225.00; County Clerk ML 29.79; 2759, Walmart, supl, 100.03; 2760, Lien, 132.00; Self Insurance Fund, 2071.60; Highway Cash," Industries, supl, 40.20; 2761, Wrlght's Lawn & Garden, sup1 116806.68; 504.14. Cook made the motion to approve the 2762, Walt's Truck Service, supl, 59.33; 2763, tiles appropriations as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Clerk presented a transfer of appropriations: County Clerk: M&O to Capital Outlay, $650.00. The Clerk presented blanket purchase orders: Drive Train Specialist, 550.00; Yow Clutch and Brake, 200.00; Tulsa Auto Spring, 1000.00. Cook made the motion to approve the blanket purchase orders aa presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye: Mitchell, aye; moreland, aye. The Clerk presented purchase orders to be tabled: 2184, Burr Fillauer Medical, invoice; 1600, Stewart Stone, credit memo: Robertaon Automotive, core charge;2290, Cushing Daily Citizen, affidavit. Cook made the motion to table the purchase orders as presented. Mitchell seconded Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Clerk presented suuons: C-09-164, Liberty Federal Savings and Loan vs. 3im D. Mcllvain, eta1; C-89-165, Liberty Federal Savings and Loan vs. DaEyl G. Evans, etal. Mitchell made the motion to forward the summons to the District Attorney. Cook seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Clerk presented a memorandum for the-Board's conaideration on the purchases of batteries. Since July 1980 they have purchased in excess of $3200.00 worth of batteries. The Clerk recommended that this item be placed on the next six month bid aa a commonly used item. The Board accepted the memo for study. Commissioner Moreland requested authorization to advertise for bid for a new front end loader. Cook made the motion to authorize the bid for District #3. Nitchell seconded. Motion carried= Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Soard discussed problems with the tire bid. Commissioner Cook will collect informs;ion on specifications for tiree to be studied by the eoard. Mr. Spence Carson, Alexander Snergy was present to addEesa the Board concerning surface damages for a well site on County property located in SW/4 NW/4 Sec 25-20N-2E. Carson noted that the County acquired the property hy Tax Resale Deed. However, there is question a8 ~o the validity of the Tax Resale Deed. FDXC currently holds the property on foreolosure. FDIC ha8 not responded to inquires made by Alezander on the Tax Deed. Carson offered the County $1500.00 for surface damages. Alexander Energy'8 Attorney are recommended thst the payment be made to an escrow account until the aatter of the Tax Deed is settled. The Chairman called a reoess at 10:00 a m The Chairman called the meeting back to order at 10:10 a.m. Ms. Cora Stewart presented bids for opening: 89-09 Brush Creek Bridge Repair, DLstriot |3:~ ~. Quapaw Valley Sridge, Ino, Meeker, OK Sridge 6 Bighway Mar'l, Bnid,.OK 3 Brewer & Anderson, Holdenvllle/ OK 12750.00 19552.00 27395.00 The Chairman remanded the bids to the County Clerk to be evaluated by authorized perBonnel. The following purchase ordmr8 were approved for payment= General Fund; Distri~g Attornt~|* 2869, Weat Publishing, legal, 160.00; 321~, gH |all, phonm s L413.47! 324S~ West PublishLng, Distribution, supl, 115.58: 2764, Walmart Discount, supl 2765, Clean Clothes Service, sup1, 79.80; 2766, Green 8upl, 222.18; 2767, G. & D Equipment, supl, 233.50; 2783, Wholesale, repr, II00.00; 2787, Harris Oil Company, supl, 2793, Kirby Smith Machinery, supl, 6.23; 2005, Stewart 3994.60; 2807, Department Of Public Safety, stickers, 30.~ Wright's Lawn & Garden, equipment, 529.90; 2818, Ha Company, kerosene, 924.00; 2019, Hi Fi Plus, supl, Duff Battery, batteries, 190.00; 2831 Duff Battery, 114.00; 2837, Cherokee Lines, pipe, 300.00; 2852, CO, parts, 20.73; 28S3, Harris Oil, oil, 324.50; Rebuilders, alternator, 180.00; 2855, Drive train spe' misc, repr, 1075.38; 2859, Duff Battery, batteries, 190.~ Harris Oil, 8up1, 40.00; 2879, Reiley's Muffler 2901, Stewart Stone, rock, 4010.00: 2905, Mel's 7500.00; 2910, Arrow Pump & Supply, Misc parts, 49.f Cimarron truck Supply, parts, 29.75; 2931, Cimarron parrs, 320.64; 2932, Galls Inc, parts, 114.99; 2937, HI Communications, parts, 200.42; 2941, Spears & 192.50; 2942, Quapaw Company, stone, 2618.00; 2956, G: Company, fuel, 3013.43; 29S8, Stillwater HewHpress, 2969, Champion Materials, parrs, ll2.00; 2970, Cimarr Supply, parts, 35.57; 3032, General Tire Service, tireS 3067, Tony's Crude Oil, tank bottoms, 1008.00; 3070, 2303.31; 3153, Maxrad, In, parts, 42.40; 3166, Arkansas Gas, utility, 437.88; 3167, Clty of cushing, electric, 3177, Quupaw, rental, 570.00! 3100, Stillwater NewspresS, 24.25; 31~6, Walmart, supl, 2.90; 3190, Albert Equipmen 448.99; 3222, SW Bell, phone, 176.77; 3225, Sooner Rubber hose, 30.72; County Health: 2196, Hamilton's Communicati 360.67; 2319, Hughes Lumber, sup1, 46.97; 2718, Fen,on Supply, sup1, 136.43; 2719, Walmart Discount, supl, 45, Stillwater Medical Center, 39.60; 2721, Hughes Lumber, 2722, Ace Hardware, sup1, 147.70; 2723, Cushing sup1, 77.71; 2724, Escorts Grocery Store, supl, Walmart, supl,91.33; 2840, Fenton's Office Supply, sup 2847, Zelford Smith, repr, 120.00; 2050, Quill Cot letters, 56.42; 2804, Ths Lee Company, supl, 178.64; 2921, Office Supply, cabinet~ 326.64; 292S, Burr Fillauer Medic 244.37; 2929, Sight & Sound, TV, 458.00; 2940, Supply, supl, 105.00; 2949, Electronic Video, equipment 2991, American Guidance, supl, 45.91; 2992, C publications, 177.05; 2995, National Basle Corp, tape! 3046, DOS Center, repr, 3S.00; 3169, Master Systems, 3170, Kinko's Copies, opiea, 34.17; 3171, City of utilities, 44S.40; 3172, Lisa Cundiff, travel, 13.53, June Gaither, travel, 10.66; 3191, Deloris Fowler, su 3192, Linda Edmondson, travel, 11S.21; 3193, Rhonda Sm! 22.35; 3194, Sharron Breaker, travel, 210.79; 319S, EinkOI copies, 0.80; 3201, Perkins 3ournal, renew subBcrl 3203, Durr Fillauer, aupl, 583.33; 3209, Den:He Holt trs' 3234, OSU, work study, 59.07; 3241, Zelford Smith, 3242, Preida Shinault, travel, 52.07; 3243, Communications, long distance, 1169.61; Child Abuse, 242' Video, film, 29.9S; Treasurer Mtg Certification: Paden, travel, 36.S0; 3253, Bonita stadler, travel, 7. Analee Smith, travel, 7.60; PaLEboard: 316S, 1600.00. Cook made the motion to adjourn. Mitchell seconded.! carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. County Clerk 8hipping, 207.97: Election Soard: 2939, Sherwin WilliamS~ 26.1~2974, Penton's Office Supply, supl, 15.98; I~ Benq~: 3264, Principal Mutual, retirees, 162.61; Pr16~Itl Mutual, Lavigne, 82.46; Computer: 2972, lllinoil