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ed Ads OF THANKS-S1.50 letl word-let Insertion 151.00 Ml.tm.m l each sm'eeulve cents minimum] accept telephone ads rout charge 50 cents charge for non-ledger )an. Tuesday 547-2411 Garage Sales SALE -- Starts 13, 9 a.m.-Continu- week. Carol's Shop. Main. Large Variety of pd SALE-- Friday, We are not supersti- garage sale. pd For Sale 12xSS Camelot Reffig., range air cond. $47-2797. ffchg. STORAGE bins. our prices and save. equipment. Grain All sizes. W. D. Farm Supply, Bill's 40S-724-3222, Mor- 186teh Services i i CUSTOM BALING* Large round bales. Call after 5 p.m. Elmer Brown, Jr. $47-2660. 2offc CHILD CARE in my home. For rates and information phone 547-5087. 183t CROP HAIL INSURANCE: Insure you wheat and grain crops today. Cimarron In- surance Co. 405-37%1880 14 2mos. 00elp Wanted HELP WANTED: LEARN TO BE A CAR SALESMAN- Earn as you learn the fascinating business of Auto and Truck selling up to $25,000 a year. All training, sales aids, guarantee and demo furnished. Apply in person to Logan Ford, 1024 N. Highway 18, Cushing, Okla. No experience re- quired. 19 3tchg. THANK YOU NOTE Students and faculty of Tryon School would like to thank the Sound Off Column for the generous contribution of the Mother's Day cor- sages. -O- iii FOR RENT-- 2 be. house, 21S S.W. Second St., Perkins, $150 per month with one-year lease. Max Mathe- son, Tulsa 918-627.8042. ltc i f On you see me k of nKto8 .... AND n you think illnce ink of me :l:iWIWRkhard O, Trent i'll Pogue "s City Plumbing Co., Inc. 47-2117 122 S. Main w L. R. "RED" P(XUE Piumbing -:- Heating Air Conditioning I I I I WANT TO SELL? ? ? .t We have buyers- We need listings. Sasser Agency Real Estate 07 N. Main $47-2927 Perkins, Okla. Extra Value-Pleasant Living Modest 2 br home more than 3 lots-producing garden, fruit & nut trees-ideal for retirement or young family-enclosed porches extra sheds-plus additional land rights. Owner 374-2464. Good Value-Modest Home Half Brick 3 Br on 2 acres-approved by Farm Home if qualify-fits family or retired coupel-low price offers fine opportunity save money-convenient edge of town-has pond for livestock, Owner 374.2453 A.ereage with Home Optional 1.4 acres or 6 acres with 3 Br brick edge of town in city limits-good chance for value increase- near new approved devel- opment-excellent for fam- ily or retirees. Phone below. All Above Homes To be on OPEN HOUSE Sunday, May 15, 2p.m. to 5p.m. m.en Evenings Garland Hole. man 377-1313 I III I ASPHALT SAND GRAVEl. Kerns Construction Inc. Eat 8lh at Track. Stillwater Payne County Court Report 1977 Donald D. Stotts-Money ;_E Judgment. Berry, Murphy & Osborn Nils Curry, Legal, Vicki Green-Nealey, tof Stillwater Carlos Montero, 22, Borges, 21, both Lee Stolhand, 33, City and Lisa Gay 21, Englewood, Colo. Mueggenborg, Barbara Sue Simp- of StiUwater 68, Marie Nance, 66, of Stillwater Russel Showalter, d Jacker Dale Riley, Cole, 23, Detroit, and Iris LaFreda Stillwater Joe Hockett, 33, Lavern Lee Jones, 43, and Winnie Vee Cushing Ray Pierce, 22, and Cynthia Dee ), 21, Edmond Obie Cochran, Thelma Maude Leo- g Edward Kennedy, Charlotte Dana Has- both of Panls Valley Byno Hickman, and. Deborah Stillwater MeConnell, Kay Carl- both.of Arkansas Patrick Guest, 21, Louise Payne, 16, Michael Murphy, a"d Deborah Renee 21, both Of Still- Wayne Watkins, 22, and Estella 18, Agra Benefit.Life Ins. Jim W. Jefferies - of Judgment. and Denton Fritchman vs. Martin Todish.Mon- Landis Shook Nat'l Bank vs. Teddy Judgment. Hochderffer Mary Ward Savings & Judgment. Anderson J. Williams vs. DIVORCES FILED: Sharon Louise Cunning- ham vs. Daniel Marvin Cun- ningham-incompatibility. Bird, McBride, Hochderffer Tresa Ann Sheets vs. Robert Dean Sheets, Jr.- Incompatibility. Bird, Mc- Bride, Hochderffer Jeannetta McDonald Cook vs. Charles Luther Cook.In- compatibility. James M. springer, Jr. Lewis Craig Hamilton vs. Linda Sue Hamilton - Incom- patibility. Bird, McBride, Hochderffer Don H. Kincaid vs. LiUie G. Kincaid - Incompatibility. Max E. Sater Rose Marie Nelson vs. Michael Anthony Nelson-in- compatibility. Landis Shook Anna Lee Ventris vs. Johnnie Dewey Ventris-In- compatibility. Landis Shook Marjorie Ellen Tucker vs. David Lang Tucker Ex- treme Cruelty. James M. Springer William H. Kinsley vs. Virginia M;u'ie Kinsley. In- compatibility Donna F. Wright vs. Mur- rel Wayne Wright-Incompat- ibility. Cubbage & Cubbage Linda Sue Robertson vs. Charles Melvin Robertson- Incompatibility. James Springer, Jr. Janice Diane Brumnemer vs. John C. Brumnemer-In- compatibility. James M. Springer, Jr. Oscar Franklin Benton vs. Connie Faye Benton-incom- patibility. Cubbage & Cub- bage May 9, 1977 MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS: Mallard B. Latimer, 25, Tulsa and Alicia M. Heart- field, 20, Stillwater J. C. Everett, 50 and Charlene Boykin, 31, both of Langston Joseph Nathan Greene, II, 30, and Dixie Ann Mosier, 32, both of StiUwater Charles Edward Jennings, 30, and Helen Joan Minyard, 26, both of Yale Richard Earl Wilson, 20 .and Vickie Lynn Gill, 20, both of Stillwater o Everett Scott Bradley, 58, and Sarah Margaret Vargas, 44, both of BartlesviUe James Hensley Hepburn, 39 and Betty Jo Smart, 38, both of Enid Larry G. Payne, 26, and Kim Joanne Anderson, 19, both of Stillwater Robert A. Clay, 22, and Eva Marie Collins, 21, both of Stillwater Danny Joe Glover, 24, Stillwater and Risa Renee Turner, 22, Rush Springs David Leon Shields, 24 and Patty Jane Graham, 27, both of Stilwlater Fred E. Slavens, 48, and Almeda Keith, 43, both of Stillwater Billy Don Allen, 24 and Catherine Denise Lawson, 19, both of Stillwater Willie Lee Weary, 23 and Sheila Brown, 21, both of Oklahoma City Terry Edward Dexter, 22, Enid and Deirdre O'Neil Elizabeth Maddox, 21, Still- Water DIVORCES FILED: Evelyn Jean Kumher vs. roger Raymond kumher-ln- compatibility. Bird, McBride etal Carlton Gregory Schooley vs. Donna Lynn Schooley-ln- compatibility. None Kristi Lynn Pilcher vs. Kenneth Ray Pilcher-lncom- patibility. Bullock and Hom- bostel Stacy Marie Bell vs. Terry Leon Bell-Incompatibility. James M. Springer, Jr. Betty Ann Prickett vs. Donald Gone Prickett-ln- compatibility. James M. Springer, Jr. Kelly Lee Wehling vs. Larry Mike Wehling-lncom- patiblity. James M. Spring- er, Jr. Beverly Jean Haston vs. Darrell L. Haston - Incom- patibility. James M. Spring- er, Jr. Adelma Jeannie May vs. Ronald M. May.Incompat- ibility. Bird, McBride, Hoch. defffer Keith L. Mackey vs. Tina Marie Mackey Gross Neglect of Duty. Feller, Snider, Blankenship Gary Lee Meyer vs. Candace Sue Meyer-Incom- patibility. Landis Shook Naudain F. Lore vs. Dickey D. Lore -Incom- patibility. Thomas, Hert, Anderson Beverly Sue Kennedy vs. William Bailey Kennedy-ln- compatibility. James M. Springer, Jr. CIVIL CASES: Joseph J. Exton vs. Skelly Pipe Line Co.-Money Judg- ment. Vance Fried and Fitz- gerald, Houston & Worth. ingtOn In Re: Appeal of Jim Clemens-Appeal-Sterling N. Grubbs Danny Webb vs. Ramona Breeden-Abstract of Judg- ment. Elliott, etal University Feed Mills, Inc. vs. Frederick C. Reaves-Mo- ney Judgment. Berry, Mur- phy, Osborn First National Bank vs. Frank Boothe, Jr. -Money. Judgment. Bird, McBride, Hochderffer PROBATES FILED: P-77-76 J. D. of Death of Genevieve Sherrod. Grubbs &Wilcoxon P-77-77 Gdn. of Lew M. Carries. Fitzgerald, Hous- ton, Worthington P-77-78 Will of Homer L. Knight. Fitzgerald, Hous- ton, Worthington P-77-79 J. D. of Death of Coralee Ramsey. Grubbs & Wilcoxon P-77-80 foreign Will of Anna K. Bieberdorf. Carroll F. Pope P.77-81 Adm. of Nancy Sue Skach. Charles Campbell P-77-82 J. D. of Death of C. Forrest Little. Max E. Sater P.77-83 Will of Ella A. Leka. cubbage & Cubbage P.77-84 J. D. of Death of Rose D. Pitcock. Cubbage & Cubbage P-77-85 Will of Hilma M. Webb. Max E. Sater P.77-86 Gdn. of Earnest Arthur Rogers. Cubbage& Cubbage "O" I I OLSON'S HARDWARE NOW HAS BULK GARDEN SEED Same variety the Cimarron Valley Coop handled last year. The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 12, 1977-7 County Commissioners Repo00t Published in The Perkins Journal May 12,1977-10 . IT: AECORO OF THE PROCaEOINGS OF THE PUOLIC VG.AAING OF PAYN COIMTY BOARD OF 0OIqISSIONERS IN If.tDi TO APPSOPRIATIOM OF FEDENL REVENUE SHAAIW; F1MOS The following proceedlnos'wlll be presented to the Boord of County Comlssloners for approval as alnutas et the meatlng to be bald April 25, 1)77. Th4 Joord of County Coal|aslor, lrs lit Io a Public Hearing for the pJrpote of hearing reqtmsts for the opprupratlon of Federal Revenue Sharing Ftmdl. The follomlng mrs and clerk were present: Members: Ulysses (. Cruzen, ChoIrmn Mlte, Vl ce-OhoI rman Orvel Rayfleld, Peuber OTHERS: Llede G. Allenfaorth, County Clerk Bottle Wilton,  Irter The Chelrmm called the Public Hearing to order et 9:05 a.n. The board hoard frunt the following ropraseqtatlvas on requests for Rowmue Sharing Funds: ' ELTEIO KSHOP: MS. Ruby Sbelby, representative, requested the upproprlat|en of $14,000.0 for oberatlenel expenses which would enable the continuance of the prngrea. Also requested consideration be 9tven to fund the building of an addltlorml moltl-purpole t'a, OF HEALTH: Or. |111 Salwaechter. representative, requested $kO,000.00 cupItol outlay for.the purppae of construction of expansion for the Health Ult end Guidance Cmter In StIllvtter, cordblnlng the location of the  whtch are r at separate locations. MISOEKE/ PROGR: Darrell Celklns, representlve, requested a total of $21,000.00 from the ounty. Mr. Calklns noted he Is not Ilre of the eaount the county will budget fron eq-velorea taxes, but would like Revenue Sharing Funds to cmblne with ed-valore funds to total $21,000.. CITY OF YALE: Earl Wall, representative, requested $38,000.00 for street lntalnenca. T0N OF RIPLEY: Dell Carrothers, would like funds to repair the streets and dre|nnge en approxlmtely 5 or 6 blocks, with this beCkOning a Continuing prngrea. FAIR 8OAR0: 01ck Fisher, representative, requested funds for the follonlng: I. drainage $7,500.00; 2. Park;rill $I2,0OO.OO; 3. Wash Reck $I.0.00; It. IndOr Arena Item $9,000.00; Llvastonk area $16,$O0.00; Dairy facilities $5,000.00. A tote1 of $30,000.00, but would like the first four es priorities, COUNTY ASSESSOR: Mildred Starks, officer, would like $1,524.00 capitol -outlay For calculators and two typewriters, ELECTION BOARD: Nolde Sell)h, secretary, would like $12OO.00 for electric typwriter, hand cart end a filing cabinet. CIVIL DEFENSE: Ron Hill, director, would like $7,020.00 capitol outlay. COURT CLERK: Rose l, Jarvls, officer, would like $1, for a Boeueant file. DISTRICT ATTORNEY: Charles Heedrlck, officer, would like office furniture end books for a total of $2,36.08. COUNYY CLERK: Llnde G, gllensrth, officer, would like $00. for typrlterl, CouNTY TREASURER: Wllma Ryen, officer, would like $,000.00 for capitol Otley ad maintenance and operatlc*. COUNTY HIKHAY: Mr. Cruzen stated he would like all rlnlng funds for gloIv*ey. Mr. yfleld made a motion to adjourn from Public Kaerin S at 10:17 A.H. Mr. White seconded the motion. The motion carried wlth ell r.onlelssloners uetlng eye. ReSpeCt fully submitted: County Clerk RE( OF THE SPECIAL MEETIHG Ot :; OF COMMISSIORERS The following p :: ,. ,...ted tO the Bord of County Conlssloners for approval as mlnu !,e held April 2, 1977. The Board of Co ........ in a special meeting on Tuespay, April I, 1977. The folloin 9 :lvses E. Cruzan, Chairman L nlte, Vice-Chalrman wl Meyfleld. Meber i:da G. Allenworth, County Clerk ..,;isle Wllson. News Reporter The Chalruen cal ........ t rder at ):00 a.m. The Chelrln asked If there were any ubjectlon tc ........ ,,*, None re voiced. The Chalrnmn sta:+  .......  tre treating was for the execution OF Papers for the str[pln 0 pro .... c ,d. Thebeard executed thela form tO be approved by the OIstr*, ,,,.::,; .... Jurnnd to the state. The following c.,, , P.c,,t and approved: General: 1508. Depart.,..: u ,::ut,., Social & Rehabilitative Svo. $12OO.79 H.U.: 49, " " " $ 3449.76 C.0.: 13, " $ 26k.12 tROt,: 67 $ 75k2.17 ROy. She: 148 " " " *' $ )$.bO H. J. Willies u p]cent ar, requesteq the board Consider selling the brldt crosstng the Cirrc, ;r o IO Highway north of RIpley. The beard had SOI doubt as to the ownrt,p of the riue. The bord requested Mr. WIIItmo tO OntKt the state to determir*L (,,mcr hip. There being no (urlu'L hcss, Mr, White Nde a motion to adjourn. Mr. Moyfleld seconded the motion. Th ,tion carried with the folllng vtas belni cast: Mayfleld: aye hite: aye Cruzan: tto Resl:ctfully submitted: County Clerk REORO OFTH4E. P00CEEDINGS OFT HE /tESTING OF TI PAYRE COUNTY BOARD OF COUSSIONERS The follovlno proceedings will b4 presented to the Somrd of tmty f4nlaslonera It the nt mtlng of April 29. 1977, The Soord of County lssloners met in I regular ueltlng on April 2, 17. The follonlng re present: MEMBERS: Ulysses E. Cruzont CMIruen Bob Ilte, V|ce-ChelrIl Orvel heyfle|d, Member . OTHERS: Sherrl gusick, Deputy Dettle Wilton,  Rurter The Chelrlmn called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.B. The Chelrmen re- mlred those present the nteetin 9 s being recorded by the Oeputy fnty Clerk. Mr. Cruzan presented the hoard wlth an agreement with the Toll of Rlpley. Mr, White eade the motion to accept the agreement with the Town of Rlpley for repair or tlnta|n of tt streets and alleys as presented. Mr. Meyf|eld seconded the mtlen with all Comlsslonere voting *'eye.'* Mr. eruzen stated that ha would like In opinion from the District Attorney office On the use of funds for small towns. To obtain the oplnIo he wits In need of the ppproval of the board in the form of a aotlon. Mr. yfleld said h ld like tO se the request In i rlttan for with l eplflc purpose stated and submitted to the board before a motion Is Ida. Mr. Cruzan presented the Smard with a letter frMr. S. J. VIIllm con- cerning a bid for the removal of two bridges, ShlO0 t mile North of RIpley for 8,00Q and SH33 near Intersection SHIOI for k,OO0. Mr. ttyf|eld and Mr. klte beth expressed the need for a more current letter from the State to relinquish all interest of the bridges to Payne County before any action is to be token. Hr. Cruzan stated that the temporary easement with Leroy Rethorford It SWI of Section 11, T-1.7-N, R-5"E had been completed. The following claims were presented and approved for payment: GEMEIL: 1331 Gibson's Charity, medication 126.60 1332 Gibson*s Charity, medication 105.11 1505 City of Stlllwatar General, Utility 1730.2 1507 Sttllwater Newspress ** , Publication 4,3 IOCJ B $ C Office Supply Elect Bd, Supplies 2.0 IS10 Xerox CorD Attorney, Xerox 118,8E 111 The Sburnal Gen , Publication k.) 112 '* 40.10 IS1) The Newspress " 14.O2 151k S & C Office Supply " , Suppllas 6|. I1. Glenns Discount Welfare, GrOcery )O.71 IS16 Montgry Ward Sheriff, Repairs 62.6 1517 Snyders Olscount Welfare, Grocery |3.)1 IS18 " ', " 20.00 1Sl9 Saoway Grocery " " 1.7 I20 City of Stlllwater Oen, Supp|len 13k.)S t21 Oklahot Natural Gas Gen, Utllltlen 10)1.47 122 Market Data Research Assessor, Suppllas 2.00 123 State Insurance Insurance, Ins 21S.6) 1524 Xerox Corp Gen, Xerox 6S1.41 t525 Goodyear Gen, Suppllas 61.70 126 James Langley Attorney. Trave! I,SO REVENUE SHARING: 122 01bson*S medlcatlen ,horlty |.OO 147 Creger Ford Ford, FA/Y 1117,110 151 Tiger Dru 9 eadlcatlon , Charity 12.O 154 City Drug " 154.20 155 Lloy Fred Aten +' 15.00 HIGW'/: 616 I Tire Warehouse tires 1736.20 646 Collins Auto Trim glens 111.12 648 gtert gupply oreder bledtt 13)|,SO 04 Independent Ice Co Ice booka . 60.00 650 Albert Equipment repairs 24.22 651 Flrts Auto Electric rupee r* 86.70 652 State Insurance Fund tn surance 1146.67 65) ghe Gulf Oas/fml ))21.)1 6S4 Goodyear tire 00. 4-T R(STRICTEO: 82 Stewart Supply suppItet 1|6.1tO 8) Horvey's Service Center Services |0. Herman Cerroll Trucking services I10.O 8 Stewart Subply supplies |7.OS 84 quepa Co;0eny ronk 6305.06 CIVIL D[FENSE: 11 S $ C 0fflca Supply suppllu 21,1) 15 Wal-trt Supplies 8.7) ,f00 Weltar Devls travel 48.00 $OI Devld C. hartln 26.10 SO Jerry O. Price .50 Ok Vickla Mashunkishsy 84.45 50S KarJorie Shaw 42.60 lr| L. Jones 163.85 07 W.R. Weaver Agnecy Insurance 85.O0 0 Denise Huff travel 24,8 Sl| Kay Russell t39.80 Nr, White  the motion to table Claim 03 and 511 of health fund and 1506 In |enoral pending further Information. Mr. Mayf;eld seconded the motion. Itlon carried with all coissioners votln S "eye. Mr. Darrell Mecklenburg, County Surveyor, submitted to the Oord e temporary else*tt frost Mr. M. J. (Suck) Oavenpprt and |lille lode Berry for ohuel repairs. Mr. White made the motion tO accept the temporary eecaent for ltm*,el re!tlrs as uede by Mr. Oavenrt and Rr. trry. Mr. Rayf|mlO seconded the motion. Motion carried with all issloners voting "aye." Mr. Mecklenburg presented to the Bo4rd a request fr a partial release of en easaent flied On February 2k, 171 by Oonald Prlckett. The release would -Ihe the neeaslafy orrections for the easement already on file. Mr. Mayfteld made the motion to release, relinquish all rights concerning the following described land, SW corner of /, Section 24. T-18-N, R-2-E, and obtaining the rlsht of the last flied May 13, 171. Mr. White seconded the nvtlon. Itlon carried with all 0lasleners voting *'aye." Mr. MecklenburD broutt to the attention of the board the cost of the reqlacmt of the Ilm Orldge. The cost would run $65.000 tO $0,000 for the ruplacnt of the bridge with the County portion being $1,500 to $30,000. Mr. trnTte stated he would Ilke to sea S little more spent and have the bridge rubullt Mr. Hecklenbur9 d ll study the ratter further. All the necessary stePS for the Coyle Road project' have been taken by the 0Ounty. Kr. hecklenburg urged the colssloners to contact Ont Representatives SO further action will be tlken to oolete this project. Mr. ChPII SzSIchtl presented tO the board a proclamatlonnaming Sunday, y I, 177 as Law Oey. Mr. hayfield de the motion to proclaim Sunday, Ray 1, 1977 as Law Day. Mr. Vhlte seconded the motion. Motion carried with all olllssloners votln 0 "eye." Mr. Rendell Rolgh, gala warden, expressed concern of the removal of the IO8 brldoe. Ne wished to see the bridge left so the people could use it to fish off ofhe board expressed tbelr pp?reclatlon and would take thls into consideration. Hr, hecklenbug presented tO the Board the bids that were opened On April 1D, 177. Kr. White de the t;on to aCcept the bid of Oen Th(:as Ford and take the uptlenal cab protector offered for the low bEd of $17,42.73. Mr. Pyfleld seconded the motion. Roll call was as Follow: Meyfleld aye White e Cruzan no tlotlon carried, Mr. yfleld be the mot;on to adjourn and reconvene on April 2, 177 et :00 a.m. Mr. White seconded the mot;on, tk)tlon carrleq with all concessioner votlno "ay#'. ReSpectfully submitted, LI G. Allensworth Cmty Clark bY Shorrl Kuslck, Deputy COunty Clerk RECORO OF THE PROCEEOINGS OF THE MEETING OF THE PAYN[ COUNTY BOARO OF COPqI$SIONERS The followln 0 procaedlngs ill be.presented tO the Ouerd of County omlssioners for approve1 es minutes at the masting to be hal Mey 2, 1977. The Board of County Commissioners met In a regul'a'r meeting on Friday, April 2. 177. The following wore present: Hand)ors: Ulysses E. Cruzn. Chairman Bob White, Vice-Chairman Orval Mayfied, Hember Others: Ltnda G. Allensworth County Clerk Bettie ilson, News Reporter The meeting was called tO order it 9:00 a.m. The Chelrrrn reminded those present thamtlngls being recorded by the County Clerk, The proceedings from theeetings hoIU &prll 18 (regulsr), Arll 18 (Revenue Sharlno Public Hearlno), April l, (Special) endprll 2. 177, were presented. Mr. tyfteld de a ttoti to approve the prolmdtgs il prelantad+ gf. White seconded the motion. The motion carried with all 0otlssfonlrS sotlng aye. The fo|lvlo9 OIh Appruprlatlons were approved: Kavenue SherlnD T-4 $.622.00 Civil Oefenll 002 $500,00, C0| $2216.$2 NIsIvy Route Sri & Surfec|ng 4-T $17,572.37 NIDhay Aotl |'T $10,322.1S HlghNy Cash T*I $30,000.00, T-2 $6),02.5 Civil 0efenle 007 $147.73 It as noted the l>ard wll be ing Public aarg on Actl se of Federal Revenue Sharing Funds en Hey , 1977. Richard harris, Glen Ylre Chief, presented the board with a resolution for the estubtlshmnt of a Fire and Safety Officer, for Peyne Cnty. Mr. Harris noted this resolution hal the umln]mous aporovel of all Fire Chiefs In the county. After discussion, Kr. Peyfleld made motion tO asteb|lsh the resolution as presented this mernlng for a Fire  Safety Off;car wlth two amendments SS follos: 1. That the Fire Sofety Bord n It Spalks of in ho Resolution be composed of the Fire Chiefs of the COunty and IIm Fire G Safety Offlcar. 2, gectlon IV reed "The Fire and Safety Offlcar shell ect a a coordlnotor for ell fire and safety ectlvttlas..." Mr. hlta seconded the motlen. The motion carried with the following votes being cast: hayfield: aye White: aye Oruaen: 11o It ms noted the ,Nltlon of Fire & SaFety Officer wltl be an unpaid position. The boord ptoved a check Io the aount of $.OO from PUPsl Fo use of the machlno at tim warehouse. Gerald Luton nnd Mr. gpangler ero present to reqtalst lnforatatlon regarding the dlsRlltlon of the I.oyla  FreaKS. Mr. rnlte and Mr. Hecklenbur D lvlsed the best way tO get th state going on the project would be to ontlu:t their local Reprostntat|ve end benetor, berrell Heck|enburo, Cowtty Surveyor, presented a |ester fro Owen Thomas Ford, Stll|water, This I-tter requested the board withdraw his bid for the two trucks. Mr. Mecklenbur O ret,mended the next low bidder, (lllngson Buick, be awarded the centrist. Mr. White lalde a ration 'the Feyne County Board of County Commissioners re|lave Oen Thorns Ford of their reaprisibility In delivery of two trucks as passed asrller by the Bord, Mr. Mayfield seconded the motion. The motion carried with all coralsloners votln 9 eye. Mr, lta rile mllde a motlen that this date we ipprove the purchase of two GMC trucks from [lllnoston lulck as upifled in their bid with a purchase price of $18,22.30 plul $130,00 for  cak protector, with delivery of these trucks to be as specified by the bid. The bid Ii icclotld as Iotst and best bldd&r. Mr. Mayfleld seconded the motion. The mutton carried with all comm|ssloners voting aye. Mr. Meeklenbero presented a letter end a map shying the roads Mr. White has dlsculsed with him regarding the spring rnod program. This map reviews 16,5 miles In Mr. I/hlte+s district hlch need to be chipped & sealed. Mr, White mda motion that the Peyne County gourd of. county omtsslone-k advise the County Surveyor to submit rmndatis as presented to the newspress for advertising for the lest ndbeSt bid and the advertising to state for slnglecbttutnous surface, with detemlnNtlon ta be mde on the roads accepted after the bids have been submitted to this beord. Rr. hayfield seceded the motion. The motion carried with all otssiouers uetlng aye. The ChoIrin calleq for a recess at IO:25 a.m. The Chairman called the meetlnO beck to order et 10:)7 a.m. The following claias ware presented and approved for payment: GENERAL: 127 Hlldred Stark 128 John P. Anderson 12 John Leng I)0 Or. Lloy Fred Aean 131 Joe H. Stalay 1)2 Jack Stark 133 Frank Phll|lps 13' R, C. Foster 1536-7 Mike fy I)' George Paluer 140"1 SIll (vans 142-3 Me1 Rounds I' liil EIIIngton 1546"7 Ruth Stark llt8 tom.roll| Chemical Company IO Okla;ome Teacher Katlreuent I$1 Vl|l Ryen Jonophlne Myers Jorlttl Gllletta Andrea Irlnek Anna J. urnen Juenlta |, Nanca I)82 Rote I. Jarvls Carrie M, ghlrley Thalue NoIh,ndore Joan Hairy LIIlian N,...dham sandra H. NeSl getty J. Griffin 1583 0errell ., klenburo 1584 Karen Kay Rullendore 15 Ernest Ta|ley 1586 Ulysses |, Cruzen Orval eyfleld BOb fMte 1587 Faye S. Dnvson Jeckla NCues 1588 M. Duene & Vey David W. Pece Rutty V. Dehue Jenlce L, Sharkey Detha A. Irrlson Rarl|yn J. french 15| Mildred Sierks Judith rnn Core rcet retie frank John P. Andersen Llnde Thrnsher IS Frank Phillips Jerk Stark Joe Stale,/ llll (lllngten ttlvln Nounds George Palear Ruth Stark [Ipil COUp Michael Gay travel, AssessoP services, Gun. eyeglasses. Charity travel, Sheriff supplies, Gen. retirement, Supt. Schools salary, Treasurer salary. Court Clerk salary, Surveyor salary, Comml ss]oners salary, Rtdg. En9r. salary. Commissioners salary, Supt Schools salary, Extension sllary. Assessor i* salary, Share ff I1 Lind4 G. Allonmmrth ,. SMrrl Pklek Pet 11o11o1, Kelly Nurley Fronkle EUonl I1 Keyl Lyrm Hlnso I) J4mk P. Shorter Nereid T. Jonen lalary, County Clerk cale fY, Aevellt Ion 12S.00 73.23 1015.OO 15.00 63.00 118.50 223.50 30.00 5.75 6R.85 201,00 27L)5 36. O5 79.5O 689.25 31.95 92S+ 50 625.00 575.00 575.00 $55.OO 555.00 : 925+50 625.00 555.00 ' 555.00 555.00 625.00 575.O0 t2o.oo 68o.oo 625.00 . 925.50 925.$0 925.50 825.50 + G39. O0 . 646.00 . /86,00 603.00 - 566.00 528.00 420.00 625.00 575.00 ,++ 575.00 , 625.00 5S5.00  925.50 832,5 :; 815.OO 765.40 765.4O 745.00 :: 700.00 6OO.OO ,: ZS.S0 " 625.00  57S.00 575.OO , 555.00 ,, 118.  152.62 177.00 + [Continued on next page]