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April 12, 1984     The Perkins Journal
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F~ PAGE 12 -- The Perkins Journsl Tbursdsy, Apdl Nelson ~ted t~t the hi11 ~s there at the tlee the property ~C 1~rev~d the Cooley's and that the Cov~t.v calMS held a k191~ly to the pt~94rty, lbe Uoard r*~lV~Sted that the ~llqty [n~tnea~ and COunty Salrveyor 90 wt to reed tn questloR end bring e recomm~lation heck to the Beard. The folloRtng cesh eopro~rtatIo~ M~ al~Ved: 2T 11,7S8.53 4T 200S1.82 T-2 87,377.21 4T 22.368.$0 TIe 52 830.5ST-6 2 054.M T-2 l.lO/.Ii TIb l 039.09 The (lark presented the mon~ly report for febrvar7 t~tch WS 4pprOvea: General Fund: $17,025+25 ~L: $110.OO OTC: 4,313.44 Beard appreved a blanket purchase for Civil Oefense for fuel in an amount not to exceed $400.00. 12, 1964 County CIOPk'$ off,ce. ~lersam ~ the mtt~q to iq)prove thl 141cetlo~ from I~y G. Idest I ArvIlle N. vest ~ Pr~l~. halter e~co~Md. ItotloR caf~'|ed: nelson, eve~ /Ml~r~, ave+ llb.tt~ iv~ The Clerk presamtod the ellocet14m ef e|~koll beverage tax Snick MS oppreved by the lOlrd: Cvsh tm) | ,0S9 .M 111p1~ 62.4g Gleecee 67.90 Stllleetop 5)02.39 Perkins 244.14 Yeta 228.90 ~ll~ldor~ pr~stmtt~l I letter from ODT noting thet the tlashlta Cm~strvtton C~sy has started Irk m the llest~n Avenoe project. The Beopd else recetv~l e copy of the minutes from tin prQ.40ork conference held on Nopch 2 for the ~estrrn AvoROn project. Nvllendore presentl4 l chick for Ill, sit from tht I~lrtlno ~1op Clttll~s tn the amount of 120700 fop lease pa~t fop tmi ~rs. The CheCk ws approval fop delwett tn c-mere1 Fund. 279? Cushtn9 04ily C+tllon 27M $tlllnoter hevspress 2799 Perk tns Journa ! 2879 ROto Rooter * Z901 Bradley's Plodding 3043 tySted's ]nO 2048 IqMtgemry (levetor Service 3153 ONG 3154 Department of I~n Services 2751 0~S 2326 A.J. Cleaners 2706 Cusblng Auto 5top 2707 Allen's Qutk SU)p 270~ Grtfftth's GaS Up 2710 DOe'S Covntry Store 2711 R.J. Cleaners 2785 rJrtor's Janitorial Supply 2827 Norrison Pal~r C04q~ny I1ulles~4ore noted that the COurhse has had In ~rg~ evcllt yerfopmed severe1r The following story of consea~bleItm~ reports eere presente4 for filing: 2992 Th~npson Book & 5up917 Cohere1 Goverm~nt;Covnty Clerk;Sal~arIntomkmt;(lectlon lieerd;Oistrtct Court 3040 SM Bell y~rs 190. In that avdtt they recomme~ tto~m wlnaM be ple44 on the ~ t:_ Clerk. . )062 Bishop Laker I~se, Fvna$ ere not 4vettldsle et this 1111 fop stOt~ utealo~s OR U~ re tOt emile ~5 5ttllvater PluM)Ins & Heating S~, harasser, the greatest need ts OR the east aIM of the bvtldiml..l~l~m Mr. Pevl Andes 0Istrlct Attorney, ms Preto~t to address the Baird tn Cooper's Locksmith reave$~ld outhorizetIoR to go to bid fop storm vlndo~s o~ ~J~ east tile+of ther roSpOflee of cmia~lcettoe~ re~tve4 from Conctrl~d citizen, ~usko~ Corner, ~ Gilbert I:~nklock Service bvildl~. IM|~ eeae the eottoR to edMrtlee fop bid fop Store mNmr~, mm~ - deelte9 fop p~cvtioR of es-~mtsStOe~rS end vendors t nv~lv~ tn ttl~n tt 3081 6~ovm's Office ~chino s~ sece~l. Itotion carried: hatsen, eye; Anderson, aye; Iqulle~lo~l, eye. rec~ Comnlsslomer steed41. /~rso~ noted that at the close of the eves - 2531 0yn4 ~y~tc~ Nvllendore preslmtod the Treesm'op'k reoert far Febrvory: 100~ levis Invested: c~tion's by tim U.5. Attore~'s offtce, the evfaence ~ovld he to reed over to 2S07 Gibson's Discount 5tote Authorities for 9rOSeCvttoR to recover visit IS Oee tO tee ~nt~es. 2698 General [lectric Co knder~on ~ the. mt~o~ to remnd all bids to t. : Covety Clerk end that the interested ~lrtles be allos~d ~CeSS for evalvattt~,, qetson s~:omlea. I~t~oe carried: nelson,aye; Andersen,iV e; 14ullendore, eye. 2574 Starer t Stone ,,,.. ,,,.re,op.. ,t re,o,.,, the, ,,,, 271~ Stnger 5trs~l does lwrlby res~ctfully I~lqvilt that t.h40tetrlct.v~Valgl _ ~ ._.~.x, ._ 7'M~ ~unl..ll l,l.il.~nl sT,." + .,__.at., looter Auto (IKtrlc 31173 llrlQ~t~ fruck Service 3074 C.L. Maya rr~l Jo~,s Ford Carl~rry Otstrikt~r IK /$1 Richard A. Anderson 3090City of Cvshtn9 Attest: /s/ Sh~rrt Schleffer Is/ ~ren hay Mullanvlore 3106JtoR/e Jameson I$/ I~th V. helsO~ 31158tl1 ~tte Chevrelet GoRera I : ~reon Made the notion to eppro~l the r~lvtloR end tO re,vast that the s~ appraisers he used since the previOUS eopretsel Is less thor i year old. IMI~ secended. M~tIOR cerrllM: beldam, aye; knaerson, aye; Iqullef14ope, eye. Jimie Jw~son, ~nty Surve~r pre~nted a d44|cetIoR of Street Nsnont. from IIid~y G. Mast end ArvIIle N. West, TKe tamers ere 4edtce~tn9 thees property 1oca~l tn the S(/4 of SIc 14-TItN-R3( to the I~bltc op uto streets, Jl~so~ noted that there ts no mtntenonce et Uits t~. Jmson re(omwnded approval of the 441dlcetIon ond thee It be ftled of reeved In t~4 314r cooper's Locksmith Stm~rt White & Associates [|n 23S1 Yale hews 2)53 Perk tvs Ju~rM I 26)2 The Trano Company 2745 5tlllnoter Be~press 27411BlMimJ Tram 2749 Pitney Be~S 2764 ~ln Auto I II or years, you've filled your evenings with nighttime community news. And now, there is The Daily Report Business Digest, a new weekly newspaper created for those important hours between 9-5. he Digest will be on your desk every Thursday morning with your coffee and the morning mail. It will be with you through the business week to keep you abreast of business trends, changes and events in Payne County. nd week in and week out it will provide information that will influence the financial decisions of you and your family. Shouldn't you be reading The Daily Report Business Digest? THE DALLY REPORT I IIIII es, I would like to subscribe to a weekly newspaper providing coverage of business in Payne County. Please send me The Daily Report Businau Digest one year for only $25. I understand I can charge it or be billed later. Business Ack~ess P.O. Box Oily Slate ZIP Visa/Mastercard # Exp. Poces ire good m the continental United States. PriCes are subject to change. Evans PiCk:aborts. tnc,, t 984 118 W. 8th Suite 4 Stillwater, OK 74074 Date __ pub1 Icet to~ p~l tcet t0~ strvtce ~aShers service service vtt11ty food Stoop service, Sheriff fuel service service service service suppl les svopl teS svppl les service repairs service (() keys service Treasurer repr Suppl tea CO supS1 tea ~arts ~arts parts Sup91 ies suppl tea service supplies, Extension supplies repr supplies suppl|es Supplies travel travel suppl tea ~nty Clerk copies form traverse rod index service rental travel, hevaluatton v~kmln COve, ~ral havaluation Fr IKI (for the purpose of minutes (() is emergeecy purchese) ~0.72 Theft bein~ no (ureter b~SinESSo NElson mi~ the ration to adjou~, k~Klerson 174.02 brcunded. ~tiu, cdrrled: nelson, aye; A~derson, aye; Hullendore, aye. 8.58 $01.85 / 85+,"Yz++ ~ ' 8$.02~J/~rri Sch,effer 0~ TM) County Clerk 3.45 11. 0 Elenore Smith gave the k0.33 lesson on Wild Flowers of 300.00 2.zo Oklahoma. She stressed 88.22i 51.oo insect and disease control It.5? and flowers that can 250.OO 3g.4| become a nuisance such as 73.30 "Sun Flowers." Elenore I1.86 gave a pruning demon- is~6.szstratson on trlmmsng 14.. for quite sometime. She is Don Perceful b 22.63 21.w survived by her husband better. 53.$0 3.. Otis Hammack and a Opal 'oo daughter, Kimberly, and visited $0.N son Edward, all of the Perkins ,14., home. Also surviving is a A mad dog 743. IS 51.m sister, Annette Inga, and this Lrea. mother, Leola (Arnett) needs to watch 64.60 Hood of Guthrie and two animals. Everyone named CLASKSON,) W E NEWS By Belle Vtrldtmore Mrs. Chas Ottaway underwent major surgery in a Ok. City hospital and we are glad to report her as improving. Her daughter, Shirley Long, accompanied her to the ci- ty for the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Stoneing, Casper, Wyoming spent Sunday with her grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Devere Ingles. The Stone ings had been visiting other relatives in Oklahon Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Smith and girls, Guthrie, visited Sunday with Dot Eckman. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Bucke were guests of the Langwell family in Edmond. Vern VenBebher was ill over the weekend. 2M.28 brothers, Ronnie and 180.00 GmT FmTis and a host of other relatives and )6. I0 friends. Our sympathy to ~.~ .44 the bereaved. IOO .00 47.$0 .... 57.1i~ lO.S5Coyle Alumni Banquet 515.15 ll4. is set for April 21st, on Saturday night before 12~.~0 i,.71 Easter. 4S6.87 31.20 .... 3.75 1 .7,There was a largo crowd 76.$0' II., at Merrick for the Bench 6+$0 l.oo show. It never started 130.68 247. storming until the end of 2 .37 the show. Several attend- loog.g0 ed the REA barbecue that 7so.oo night at the Cimarron 29 ,$0 .2.2 Ballroon Sorry - we miss- 57.68 1742.S~ ed the hound meet. EDEN CHAPEL NEWS By Donna Burton their favorite roses. She It is still raining every also said never use metal week. to hold climbing roses. Bonny Evans and She had a book with an daughter Norma Baker the names and pictures of from Wichita, Kansas wild flowers of the U.S.A. visited Opal Courtright Judy served refreshments. S nday. .... Mr. and Mrs. Bud Funeral services were Waltman of Stillwater held recently for Linda vis/ted Mrs. Elsie Pock Hammack in the CoyleFriday afternoon. Cemetery. She had been il] We are glad to report SAVE ON THESE 1983 Ranger R100 XLT Diesel, 114" WB, tu-tone, lots of extras! Low miles. List new $10,540 ......... NOW $8200 1983 LTD 4 door, loaded with power windows, door locks, cruise, tilt & more, low miles! L+st new $12,314 YOU WON'T BELIEVE OUR LOW, LOW PRICE! Paul/he Donna Burton Wednesday guests of their Mr. and Mrs. man of Oklahoma, and attended the their aunt frey at Oklahoma. relatives and while there. Sunday ner guests of Mrs. Lee family were, Mrs. Bill Arlene and Matney. They celebrating Gaskins and I@ @ I Matney's The Burton Club met with Sharpton April 3. attending were Courtright, Jones, Ivola Edna Tabor Buntin. Dinner were Wesley and John Allen The next meeti with Judy 17. EXECUTIVE-DRIVEN Customized Don Mark T-Bird Mark VII. Look! Loaded with everything! List $16,658 ....... ........... .. ONLY $13,500 I I a,r & I NEW 1983 Ranger XL. (5 cyl auto rnoro' L,st $11.889 00 NOW AT DEALER'S COST LESS 5%. NEW 1984 F150, 6 cyl In Stock! FULL PRICE $6950 NEW 1983 Mustang GT. ]'-top h~gh out put engine loaded L~st $1264950 NOW AT DEALER'S COST LESS 5%. HEAVY DUTY TRUX & TRAILERS 1979 F350, 1 ton winch truck. CLEAN $6250 1984 Tempo GLX, 4 full power, air, locks, cruise, AM/FM To60 MPG hwy.! ONLY! 1983 Lincoln door, tu-tone, leather, full! 1977 International Transtar II with 35'I Tandem Axle Heavy Duty Float. air brakes good hre$ good. sohd & ready to work! " $18.500 41' Lo-boy tandem axle trailer. ~deal for backhoe hght dozer and other s,m,lar operahons Th,s week-end only $4000 1982 F150 Super Cab XLT, Lariat, auto., power, air, loaded, SWB. Extra nice! ONLY .. $8950 For Our lOth Anniversary Celebration Coming Soon ! 1975 Dodge B100 Van, 109 WB, fully converted aL+lO power air. capta,ns cha,rs sofa bed ~n(]more; Low m,+esI $3950 a r, keyless entry. more, low miles. L $23,151 ....... ONLY 1983 Mercury Grand door, coach roof, all fully loaded, low miles. $13,763 .......ONLY ;Vv hx cars for keeps. Lt.t u, rupair your car today. :: ,.t w,~ h ~vun guarontee the work into the n~xt century 1982 Caman ed. tow m,les! 1981 Fairmont Slation power, a,r. cru+se, tats. one owner! ONLY 1981 Escort. 2 door a~r est SEE ]HIS! ....... 1980 Chevy Citation, 2 power, a~r 1980 Olds Delta 88 Royale owner, auto. power a,r. 1978 T+Bird. auto . NOW 1977 LTD II, 4 door auto tra sharp! ONLY ..... 1977 LTD Counlry Squire one! ..... 1977 Buick Skylark. 2 clean' 1983 Lincoln Continental, 4 door, leather interior, coach lamps, loaded with everything, low miles! L st new $22,831 ....... ONLY $15,300 roll 1982 Smokecraft 1983 Mercury 70 trolling motor Like Home Builders EH Club met April 4th at 1:30 p.m. at the Oak Dale community building for shelf meeting with all officers present. Meeting the President, Long. The Loz~'s Prayer and Flag Salute were given in unison. Minnie Bieberdorf read Psalm 90-2:11 and 12 and also a beautiful poem. Business meeting followed. The club reported on the dress review. They had 5 garments entered and won three blues, one red, and one white ribbon. Hazel, Judy and Viola went to the dress mvus and model- ed. Lela sent a crocheted dress and Debbis a 2-piece pink dress. The club had a cooked food sale at Coyle on Saturday and were very happy with the financial results and decided to have another one May 26th. They have to repair the Community Building. There were 11 members and guests. 2 became members. Roll call was answered by nsming your f ofite wild flowers. The next mesUng WIU be an all day potluck dinner. There will be a supper April 14th at Oak Dale to reorganize the community club. EvaTone in the com- munity is invited. Cornel Let's got acqualntedI I USED TRUX 1980 Chevy C20, auto. power, a+r. one owner $4950 1980 F250 3/4 Ton. V8. auto. power, a~r See thts one! $5500 1979 F150, 460 V8 auto power atr $4400 1978 Ford Courier, one owner. 46.000 actual miles! ONLY $3500 USED 4 x 4 s 1980 Ford F150 4x4, lu-tone. 4 speed $6750 1981 26' Fleetwood Jamboree Mini-Motor Home on Dodge chassis. Futly self-conta ned, generator, roof mou~t a,r. dash a,r. many extras, extra n,ce & clean, one owner. 19.000 m,les! NOW ............... $17,950 For Your Convenience! Sales Department Hours Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. CALL FOR LATER APPOINTMNT$! Try Ms NOW.,. Vev'll Like O~r, Servicol i I 024 N. Little Cushing 918/225-2131 or 405/372-1442 Free In 0kk. 100/722.5902