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12-THE PERKINS IOURNAI, Thursday, May 8. 2003 Senior Citizen news by Kathleen Johnson Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Galatians 6:9. *** Cead mile failte. There's splendor as each flower unfolds its mystic beauty to the earth, bright buttercups and daisies, roses -"Monkey face"- lovers of the grasslands, whose tiny ballet blossoms dance with every breeze, misty delicate loveliness. Teasel in tts armor of spines holds its heads of intricate purple high m summer fields. Then after the flowers, the fruit, the seeds, and another miracle. . Hey! Chris McCutchen! Everything is looking great I- all along the river road and ' here and there. The two story , house looks trim and neat again - thanks to you & Ron ! Solaskey. We appreciate all the McCutchen Kids and all of Pat & Mac's family. Love you guys. Been special friends a long time, also Debbie's family, her dad & Gerald worked together, many years. Her morn went to school with us, special memo- of each family. Often through the day when we're alone and busy with common tasks, we remember sitting with you, living in dim memories of the past, lifelong friends really need no words to share their thoughts. We smile, our hands may touch for a moment, and we remember that we walked together, that souls are death- less, yesterday, tomorrow and forever. And then we remem- ber today and a trip to 1 st and Kirk, to see friends and listen to songs, music, of the Cimarron Valley Music Makers. Bill Baker, Norvil Cole, Lorraine &Chet Smith, Mike Welch, James Hall, Clifford Creekmore, Perkins; Ival Hesser, Howard & Betty Ander- son, Stillwater; Alvy Stevens, Murl Rhodes, Cushing; Bill Worthy MCeed tonight in Max's place, did a good job, Stella Rogers, Agra; Gene Norton, A1 Jones, Chandler; Bud Smith, Crescent; Glen & Esther Not- tingham, Coyle; Willie Mouser, Guthrie; Paul Jones, Merrick; Sherian Anderson, Luther; Elois Edwards, Cushing; Charles Kilbourn, Guthrie; Bob Scott, Cushing; Dee Higgins, Perkins; Norman Miser, Guthrie; Mr. & Mrs. Reid Elder, Lowell Elder, Midwest City. A special thanks to Bill and all the musicians for their wonderful music. *** Our hostess, Mattie Lee Thompson greeted 103 guests, & 29 musicians. Kitchen host- ess for the evening, Geraldine Allen, serving cherry cob- bier. Edith Cretsinger, cheese, summer sausage and crackers; Thelma Smith, lemon cake; Lola Ball, cinnamon rolls. I don't believe all the names were down for people that brought food - we appreciate each one who brings food and that works in the kitchen. Happy Birthday: ALISSA JO JOHNSON (granddaughter), Hazel Wright, Sylvia butler, June Spradlin, June Stephens, Lodene White- head, Betty Tucker, Sylvia Moser, Steve Breeden, Troy Tuley, Joyce Rushing, Jennifer Montgomery, Caleb Carrel, Darlene Hall, Irene Elson, Wayne Elliott, Megan Jones, Donna Sue Sanders, Robyne Hicks, Sherri Hopkins, Treva Boley, Walter Jones, Garrett Collins. We wish you a very Happy, Happy Birthday and many, many more. Yes saree! Know any farriers? I know a very special one, Gary Man- shall. Kid south of town, kid to me, he is still Patty's age. Like the school mare and the circuit rider, the farrier practices a profession that recalls a saner, simpler time. But unlike that teacher and preacher, the far- rier, is more in demand than ever before. With the number of horses in the United States at an all-time high, the busi- ness has hit full gallop, and for the estimated 7,000+ such professionals in Texas alone, the horseshoe has become an especially appropriate good- luck charm. What is a farrier? They are horse sheers. They put iron horse shoes on horses. The demand for professional far- riers, to keep rodeo and all the pleasure horses shod has become one of the biggest jobs in the United States. There are horse shoeing schools available in most any state, offering the greenest novice to the most experienced professional, any- thing he needs to know about the trade. A horse sheer must be able to diagnose and treat any equine podiatry problem, from fungus to frostbite, therapeutic wear, at half a ton apiece, horses are particularly subject to foot woes. That's why there are sev- eral hundred different types of shoes (for racehorses, cutting horses, hunter/jumpers and so on). And of course each has to have a different size, maybe on each foot. Farrier comes from the Latin word ferrum, mean- ing "iron." *** Current Events: Music Monday: 6:45-9 p.m. at the Senior Center. Birthday Luncheon: May 16, 12 noon. Mystery Dinner: May 23. We leave the Center at 5 p.m. sharp. Come join us, we would love having you. *** Till we meet again dear friends, Dee Volente, Pour pren dre conge, I wish you Peace & Love. Poyne County Commissioners proceedings The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular meeting Monday, April 14, 2003. Notice of the meeting was made by posting and agenda in accordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Gloria Hesser, Chairman; Bill Deering, Vice-Chairman; Jim Arthur, Member; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 .m. The meeting was opened with Prayer and Flag Salute Deering made the motion to approve the agenda. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Hesser noted that Lippert Brothers Construction Company received an award for the construction of the County Administration Building. Hesser presented utility permits for crossings of service lines. Curtis Parks; water line; cross EJW 3 mile West of SH18 & Lone Chimney; W Se/c Sac 2-20N-4E. Deedng made the motion to approve. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Deedng presented Lease/Rental of a water truck from Silver Star Construction to Payne County in the amount of $75.00 per week. The rental agreement will expire June 30, 2003. Deering made the motion to approve the Agreement. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Heeser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. T Chelrman prnted a   Rt . Ts ts h?u OOC patmm at a r of $24.00 : Tll'*amml' I,Juty 1 - Jun ;:u, 2004. Arthur made the motion to approve the Contract. Deedng seconded. Hesser presented a Deed transferring property to City of Cushing for'the training facility per the Interiocal Agreement, It is a 34.5 acre tract in the SW/4 Sac 15-17N-5E. Deedng made the motion to approve the Deed. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deer- ing, aye. Motion carded. The Clerk reported that in accordance with Tale 60 Sac 658.1 The Office of the Oklahoma State Treasurer Unclaimed Property Division has filed the annual Mineral Interest Report with the County Clerk's office. Deering presented Resolution 2003-21 Resolution # 2003-21 LONE CHIMNEY RD (Bethel Rd East) Double Chip and Seel WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 percent designated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS, Payne County District 1 has chosen as a priority project 5 miles of Lone Chimney Road, from Ripley to Mt. Vernon Rd, for stabilization with 9" kiln dust, pdming with MC30 oil, Double chip seal with CRS-2S Emulsion, Fog Seal with SS1 Oil and Striping, and WHEREAS, this road is a major collector, bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use of an estimated $305,925.00 of said sales tax funds for the project described above. Presented and approved this 14th day of April, 2003. Deering made the motion to approve. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. The Clerk presented a payment estimate draw #7 for the Cora Bass Bridge:, K & R Build- ings, $92,188.97 ; Engineering 7836.06. Deering made the motion to approve the draw and forward to BIA for payment. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Deering presented the Cooperative Agreement with Pawnee County on Lone Chimney Road for services by Payne County on the portion that extends into Pawnee County. Payne County will use our equipment to reclaim that portion of the road in Pawnee County. Deedng made the motion to approve the Cooperative Work Agreement. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. Arthur presented a donation from Andy Kincaid in the amount of $176.50. Arthur made the motion to accept the donation. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. Deering presented bridge inspection notices for change load postings on bridges://277- 2E & .SN of Schlegel, recommended posting 17 tons; #254, 10.8E 1.4 S o1Yost, 7 tons. Deering made the motion to approve the new postings. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. Arthur presented bddge inspection reports from Brawley Engineering. The Bridges are recommended to be closed, #145- 1.1W 6.58 of Marene;#164- .7 E of Goodnight. The needed repairs are being made to the bddges and they will remain open. intment of urchasmg officers for Progress School IJnda Rogers The Clerk presented appo" P " " : ' ' Requisitioning and Carol Davis, Receiving. Arthur made the motion to approve. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Heseer, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. The Clerk presented Monthly reports: Assessor; 270.50. Deedng made the motion to approve. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. Hesser reported the final phase of schematic design of the Courthouse renovation will he completed soon. The Clerk presented cash appropdations as certified by the County Treasurer. Arthur mode the motion to approve the cash appropdations. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hessar, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. The Clerk presented the minutes of Mamh 24 and Apdl 7. Deerieg made the motion to approve the minutes. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hsseer, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. The following purchase orders were approved: Approved 04/14/03 to 04/14/03...FY 20022003 GENERAL FUND War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: 3010 OUALITYWATER SERVICES 31.50 SUPPLIES 3011 WEST GROUP 33.00 SUPPLIES 3012 WESTGROUP 73.00 SUPPLIES 3013 WEST GROUP 33.00 SUPPLIES 3014 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 150.89 SUPPLIES 3015 THE EARTHGRAINS CO. 299.92 SUPPLIES 3016 NAPAAUTO PARTS 433.68 SUPPLIES 3017 PARADISE cLEANERS 213.00 SERVICES 3018 UNIFIRST 25.60 SERVICES 3019 COOPERS LOCKSMITH LLC 22.50 SUPPLIES 3020 XEROX CORPORATION 49.27 SERVICES 3021 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 508.47 SERVICES 3022 CENTRAL DRUG 2774.86 SUPPLIES 3023 THOMPSEN D.D.S., JOHN A. 425.00 SERVICES 3024 CENTRAL DRUG 1732.52 SUPPLIES 3025 OKLA. STATE UNIVERSITY 90.35 SERVICES 3026 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 115.83 SUPPLIES 3027 OKLA. STATE UNIVERSITY 3028 CUP SERVICES 3029 POSTMASTER 3030 PAYNE CO. COMMISSION 3031 PITNEY BOWLS 3032 AT & T WIRELESS 3033, XEROX CORPORATION 3034 FIELD, DEBORAH J. 3035 CITY GLASS OF STILLwATER, INC 382.30 SERVICES 75.25 SERVICES 148.00 POSTAGE 29.75 REIMBURSEMENT 1002.00 SERVICES 35.28 SERVICES 271,72 LEASE 47.88 REIMBURSEMENT 96.75 SUPPLIES 3036 PHILFLEETADVANTAGE 95.29 SUPPLIES 3037 INDUSTRIAL CHEMIST, INC. 270.00 SERVICES 3038 OKLA. NATURALGAS 2154.32 SERVICES 3039 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 34.74 SERVICES 3040 OKLA. JUVENILE JUSTICE 799.00 SERVICES 3041 SAC & FOX NATION JUVENILE 78.55 SERVICES 3042 EASTERN OKLA. YOUTH 87.52 SERVICES 3043 HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 150.00 SERVICES 3044 UNIFIRST 383.84 SUPPLIES 3045 OKLA. NATURALGAS 610.02 SERVICES 3046 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 499.32 SUPPLIES 3047 UNIFIRST 108.20 SUPPLIES 3048 HEW WASTE SYSTEMS, INC. 172.52 SERVICES 3049 SBC 52.41 SERVICES 3050 AT & T WIRELESS 115.75 SERVICES HIGHWAY CASH 1459 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 122.66 SUPPLIES 1460 STEWART STONE, INC. 2594.10 ROCK 1461 ENLOW TRACTOR CO. 261.51 SUPPLIES  FL MACHtNE, INC .... 994.85 REPAIRS AT1EItt ;& Y, INC -. 5.00 SUPPLIES 1464 AMERICAN WELDING SUPPLY 308.60 SUPPLIES 1485 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 112.98 SUPPLIES 1466 BRUCKNERS TRUCK SALES, INC. 144.61 SUPPLIES 1457 CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS, INC. 155.77 SUPPLIES 1468 CROW-BURLINGAME CO. 69.73 SUPPLIES 1469 CUSHING LUMBER CO. 33.71 SUPPLIES 1470 ENLOWTRACTOR CO. 44.83 SUPPLIES 1471 HARRIS GAS STATIONS 408.80 SUPPLIES 1472 HUGHES LUMBER 44.41 SUPPLIES 1473 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 369.58 SUPPLIES 1474 NAPAAUTO PARTS 804.55 SUPPLIES 1475 O'REILLYAUTOMOTIVE, INC. 84.54 SUPPLIES 1476 QUALITY FORD, INC. 42.02 SUPPLIES 1477 UNIFIRST 486.27 SERVICES 1478 WARREN CAT 644.41 SUPPLIES 1479 STEWART STONE, INC. 5243.52 ROCK 1480 STEWART STONE, INC. 5983.80 ROCK 1481 LIONEL HARRIS OILCO., INC. 16.74 SUPPLIES 1482 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 495.00 SUPPLIES 1483 STEWART STONE, INC. 5987.40 ROCK 1484 STEWART STONE, INC. 5208.41 ROCK 1485 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 8279.58 SUPPLIES 1486 OKLA. CITY TRACTOR & EQUIPMEN 30.24 SUPPLIES 1487 BRIDGE AND HIGHWAY 230,53 SUPPLIES 1488 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 11.87 SUPPLIES 1489 AVERT PEST ELIMINATION, INC, 30.00 SERVICES 1490 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 1650,00 SUPPLIES 1491 G.W. VAN KEPPELCO. 39.51 SUPPLIES 1492 MAX'S MUFFLER & RADIATOR 65.00 REPAIRS 1493 ATC FREIGHTLINER GROUP 259.14 SUPPLIES 1494 STEWART STONE, INC. 5933.70 ROCK 1495 STEWART STONE, INC. 5982.60 ROCK 1496 STEWART STONE, INC. 2575.39 ROCK 1497 AVERT PEST ELIMINATION, INC. 35.00 SERVICES 1498 ADVANCED FIRSTAID & SAFETY 210.65 SUPPLIES 1499 ATC FREIGHTLINER GROUP 68.80 SUPPLIES 1500 CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS, INC. 43,93 SUPPLIES 1501 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 9.04 SUPPLIES 1502 LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 11.94 SUPPLIES 1503 NAPAAUTO PARTS 768.99 SUPPLIES 1504 PERKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 153,60 SUPPLIES 1505 STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 30.41 SUPPLIES 1506 UNIFIRST 533.88 SERVICES 1507 WARREN CAT 358.80 SUPPLIES 1508 STEWART STONE, INC. 2565.63 ROCK 1509 STEWART STONE, INC. 2614.02 ROCK 1510 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 7110.04 SUPPLIES 1511 BRUCKNERS TRUCK SALES, INC. 17.39 SUPPLIES 1512 BAILEY PAVING COMPANY, INC. 2364.99 HMHL 1513 PIONEER RENTAL 234.00 SERVICES 1514 ASSOC. COUNTYCOMMISSIONER-SI 300.00 REIMBURSEMENT 1515 PIONEER RENTAL 119.00 SERVICES 1516 BAILEY PAVING COMPANY, INC, 1188.50 HMHL 1517 BRUCKNERS TRUCK SALES, INC. 1332.89 REPAIRS BOARD OF PRISONERD 39 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 947.06 SUPPLIES HEALTH DEPARTMENT 314 RISLEY, LILIANA M. 10.30 REIMBURSEMENT 315 OKLA. STATE STUDENT 100.50 SUPPLIES 316 RISLEY, LILIANA M, 68.00 SUPPLIES 317 SCHROEDER, HERMAN J. 22.50 SUPPLIES 318 STILLWATER PRIVATE SECURITY 316.25 SUPPLIES 319 COUNTRY COMFORT HEATING & AIR 270.21 REPAIRS 320 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 131.60 SUPPLIES 321 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 547.02 SUPPLIES 322 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 45.00 SERVICES 323 COWBOY COPY 470.75 SERVICES 324 AIR-O-HEATING 412.60 REPAIRS 325 XEROX CORPORATION 273.00 SERVICES REVOLVING FORFEITURE 99 STILLWATER TAG AGENCY 27.00 SERVICES MECHANIC LIEN 25 HYPERNETSOLUTIONS, INC. 3055.50 SUPPLIES 28 QUILL CORPORATION 39.50 SUPPLIES FAIRBoARD CASH 244 COOPERS LOCKSMITH LLC 17.50 SUPPLIES 245 HARRISON ELECTRIC, INC. 116.00 SUPPLIES 246 WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 116.00 SERVICES DRUG TASK FORCE 137 FUELMAN 386.80 SUPPLIES 138 BOWMANS WRECKER SERVICE 355.16 SUPPUES 139 DON EVANS WINDOW TINT 155.00 SERVICES 140 PAYNE CO. COMMISSION 7.78 REIMBURSEMENT" SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 78 NAPAAUTOPARTS 29.78 SUPPLIES The Chairman edjoumed the meeting. Sberd Schiefler County Clerk Wheat incentive program The Farm Service agency has announced the imple- mentation of the Hard White Wheat Incentive Program. The goal of the program is to increase the number of bushels of hard white wheat produced in the United States for the 2003-2005 crop years. White wheat is preferred for noodles and is in demand by North African and central Asian bread markets. Cur- rently, U.S. hard white wheat exports are small, partly due to inadequate supplies of con- sistent quality. Both hard white winter wheat and hard wheat are eligible ment. A of $.20 per bushel! paid for a minirnuna better Hard White established by Inspection Service. tional incentive acre is pr planted to For more tact the Payne Service Agency b) 405/372-5711 ext. by culture Center, 2600 Suite A, Stillwater, The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regl 2003. Notice of the meeting was made by posting and Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Gloria Hesser, Chai; Vice-Chairman; Jim Arthur, Member; Sherd Schieffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 .m. and Flag Salute. Deering made the motion to approve the agenda. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Dsedng, aye. Motion carried. Arthur made the motion to approve the agenda. Deedng seconded. aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. Deering presented a utility permit: SW Bell - crossing; trenching and boring; 140" and Redtand Road; 11-1 Cimarron Telephone; 1" telephone line; crossing and parallel ; Sac Moore Country Club Estates - sewer line to tie into Cushing City 5E; Deedng mode the motion to waive the fee for Moore Country seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. Deering made the motion to approve the utility permits as presented. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Mr. Darrell Stiles, Chairman Fairboard of the Community Center. The Fire Marshall inspection indicated the to the renovation: Roll--up fire rated door; 6 walk-in doors fire rated; made the motion to approve. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Motion carded. Chad Greenlee, Expo Manger, date The Chairman July 1-June 30, 2004. Deering made the motion to approve. aye; Hesser, aye; Dsedng, aye. Motion carried. Arthur presented the Engineering report from Brawley Distdct #3. The bridge failed the inspection and was recommended to be I stated they have repaired the bridge and it will Long Branch Creek. Deedng reported they have received reimbursement from E storm damage the amount of $3397.55. Arthur reported receiving complaints of bicycle There are no bicycle lanes. Arthur stated he will be studying the situation. The Clerk presented blanket purchase orders for District #1. approve. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Arthur made the motion to approve the purchase orders for payment: Approved 04121/03 to 04121/03...FY 2002-2003 GENERAL FUND War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: 3051 DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICE 146.03 SUPPLIES 3052 OKLA. MAILING EQUIP. CORP. 46.92 SERVICES 3053 SYSCO FOOD, INC. - 112)3.45 $1PPLIE ,.; ,, 'OHI,-NA , : ;  .86 SRVfCL "t,' ::" 3055 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 768.00 SERVICF_. ,, 3056 STILLWATER MEDICAL CENTER 678.00 SUPPLIES 3057 MORRIS, JAMES BRETT 1016.83 'REIMBURSEMENT 3058 RASH, DEAD. 551.88 REIMBURSEMENT 3059 SELK, MARY P. 680.26 REIMBURSEMENT 3060 COWBOY COPY 21.00 SERVICES 3061 RADIO SHACK CORPORATION 10.99 SUPPLIES 3062 HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 80.00 SERVICES 3063 HYPERNETSOLUTIONS, INC. - 141.00 SUPPLIES 3064 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 38.92 SUPPLIES 3065 OKLA. MAIUNG EQUIP. CORP. 130.40 SUPPLIES 3066 HICKERSON MECHANICAL, INC. 168.00 SERVICES 3067 ORKIN EXTERMINATING 220.00 SERVICES 3068 CGI 1237.18 SERVICES 3069 SHELTERED WORKSHOP OF PAYNE 150.00 SERVICES 3070 ORKIN EXTERMINATING 125.00 SERVICES 3071 POlq'AWATOMIE CO. REGIONAL 282.78 SERVICES 3072 CRAIG, GLENNAJ. 44.28 REIMBURSEMENT 3073 QUALITY WATER SERVICES 37.00 SUPPLIES 3074 WES WATKINS CONVENTION CENTER 10.00 SERVICES 3075 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 19.89 SERVICES 3076 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 187.60 SUPPLIES 30770RKIN EXTERMINATING 40.00 SERVICES 3078 OKLA. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 981.38 LEASE 3079 PAYNE CO. DISTRICT3 121.60 SUPPLIES 3080 MAY'S DRUG STORES, INC. 98.60 SUPPLIES 3081 STAPLES 133.39 SUPPLIES :i 3082 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 619.73 SERVICES 3083 LISTERMAN, ADAM W. 1111.50 SERVICES HIGHWAY CASH 1518 ATWOOD'S FARM PLAN 2.64 SUPPLIES 1519 STILLWATER STEEL & SUPPLY, INC 279.95 SUPPLIES 1520 POWERPLAN .176.56 SUPPLIES 1521 BAILEY PAVING COMPANY, INC. 4596.67 HMHL 1522 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 353.28 SERVICES 1523 POSTMASTER 37.00 POSTAGE 1524 STAPLES 206.93 SUPPLIES 1525 OKLA. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 131.25 SUPPLIES 1526 ALCOHOL & DRUG TESTING, INC. 104.10 SERVICES 1527 T-MOBILE 40.95 SERVICES 1528 K & R BUILDERS, INC. 133684.23 SERVICES 1529 BRAWLEY ENGINEERING, INC. 11704.31 SERVICES 1530 BRAWLEY ENGINEERING, INC. 829.85 SERVICES FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT 6 VAUGHAN, ZELAN KEITH 25.92 REIMBURSEMENT 7 VAUGHAN, ZELAN KEITH 531.25 SERVICES HEALTH DEPARTMENT 326 SBC 973.44 SERVICES 327 BETTER BUYS FOR BUSINESS 39.00 SUPPLIES 328 MILWARD, CHUCK B. 75.00 REPAIRS SHERIFF SERVICE FEE 109 STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 110.52 SUPPLIES 110 STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 88.51 SUPPLIES REVOLVING FORFEITURE 100 BERRY, TOM D. 139,75 SERVICES MECHANIC LIEN 27 DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 15.00 SERVICES 28 HOLT'S TONER SOURCE, INC. 24.00 SUPPLIES  -- SHERIFF TRAINING 23 A-ONE, INC. 20.00 SERVICES FAIRBOARD CASH 247 OKLA. CATTLEMEN'S ASSOC., INC 55.00 SERVICES VOCA GRANT 9 DISTRICT ATTORNEYD COUNCIL 182.53 REIMBURSEMENt 10 DISTRIcTATToRNEY'S COUNCIL 6486.28 SERVICES- SHERIFF COMMISSARY 36 POSTMASTER 165.00 POSTAGE GRANTS 62 T-MOBILE 63.08 SERVICES 63 QUAPAW CO., INC. 29319.99 SERVICES DRUG TASK FORCE 141 STAPLES 59.98 SUPPLIES 142 STAPLES 149.98 SUPPLIES 143 BOWMANS WRECKER SERVICE 19.29 SERVICES " 144 METROcALL, INC. 48.44 SERVICES 145 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 64.11 SERVICES SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 79 DAVIS SANITATION, INC. 300.00 SERVICES 80 DAVIS SANITATION, INC. 300.00 SERVICES 81 OLINGHOUSE STEEL SUPPLY 428.90 SUPPLIES = 82 OKLA. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 522.00 SUPPLIES" CAPITAL PROJECTS | 7 OKLA. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 1289.00 SUPPLIES CLERK RM&P 53 HATFIELD, LINDAS. 175.72 REIMBURSEMENT The Chairman adjourned the meeting. Sherd 8chieffer County Clerk