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PAGE 14 -- The Perkins Journal COURT CLERK REPORT May 14, 1984 DIVORCES FILED: {Incompatability unless ot herwise noted) JFD-84-230 Carolyn Thursday, May 31, 1984 County, Money Judg Pers lnj, Melissa DeLacerda C-84-282 William Bolene vs Carol Elaine Koutz, Money Judg Prop Damages, Joseph F. Clark, Jr. Beverly Ann Thetford, 19, both of Stillwater Joseph Gerald Johnson, 21, Athena Marie Richards, 20, both of StiUwater Timmy Allan William- Miller, Money Judg on Prom Note, D. Worthington C-84-306 Rodney Dale Boutwell vs. Dept of Public Safety, Revocation of D.L., J.S. Arthurs Elizabeth Hoover vs ('harles O. ttoover, James M. Springer JFD-84-231 Jan J. Rosenquist vs Bryan Rosenquist, Ricky P. Teague JFD-84-232 Tommie Earl Davis vs Debra Jo Davis, Charles Campbell JFD-84-233 Terry Lee Butler vs Charles David Butler, Separate Maintenance, James M. Springer JFD-84-234 Kimberly Jo McKosato vs Mitchell Allen McKosato, Melissa DeLacerda JFD-84-235 Sharon Kay Meason vs Martin Ferguson Meason, Sr., John T. Severe JFD-84-236 Margaret Marie Chastain vs James Harold Chastain, James M. Springer JFD-84-237 Terri Lynn Kelly vs Robin Dale Kel- ly. Szlichta, et al CDA-84-239 Beckie L. Morgan vs David M. Morgan, Protective Order JFD-84-240 Pamela K. Dilley vs Steven G. Dilley, W. Keith Thomas CIVIL CASES FILED: C-84-273 First National Bank vs Danny Glen Day & Donna Day, Money Judg & Foreclosure, John E. Forsyth C-84-274 Cubbage & Cubbage, Lawyers vs Connie L. Beckner, Money Judg on Account, Cubbage & Cubbage C-84-275 Oilwell Cementers of Cush. vs M. 1'. & P. Production Com- pany, et al, Money Judg on Contract, Wm. AIlrberg C-84-276 Johnny Burks vs .ieri Marshall, Money Judg on Note, John T. ~(,vere C-84-277 Gensco, Inc. vs Oil West Supply, Inc., Money Judg on Account, Savage, et al C-84-278 Stw. Savings & I,oan vs Edward L. Morris, Money Judg on Note, Szlichta & Morgan C-84-279 IN RE: Appl of Brandy Renea Caudle, Change of Name, James Springer C-~4-280 C.A.R.E. and tlelen Gorin vs T. Zack Cooper, et al. Injunctive Relief, John R. Couch, Jr. C-84-281 Faye I,ynn (;oin vs Board of County Commissioners for Payne C-84-283 Mary McEI- wain vs Chris Fowler, Money Judg Prop Damages, Joseph F. Clark, Jr. C-84-284 Perry Acid Service vs Onyx Energy Corp, Money Judg & Foreclosure, Royce A. Hobbs C-84-285 Christopher Kent Tindall vs Depart- ment of Public Safety, Revocation of D.L., Szlichta, et al C-84-286 IN RE: App'l of Wendy Sue Troxell, Writ of Habeas Corpus, Hert, Jr. PROBATES FILED: P-84-96 Letters of Adm of Hazel Green & Talbert S. Green, Ahrberg & Meyers P-84-97 Probate of Will of Frances M. Kenworthy, Sterling Grubbs P-84-98 Letters of Adm. of J. Lorin Youngker, James M. Springer, Jr. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS: Alan Dean Lewis, 25, Marji Lynn Rauniker, 25, both of Stillwater Patrick Alan Linder, 32, Sandy Jean Vandlver, 33, both of St. Joseph, Missouri Jeffrey Bruce Conner, 25, Kimberly Lynn Mengedoht, 24, both of Stillwater Troy Alan Ferret, 22, Jenny Re Jobe, 24, both of Stillwater Douglas Allen Keehn, Jr., 23, Shannon Myers Kelly, 18, both of Stillwater Mark David McAfee, 24, Robin Lynn Sutliff, 18, both of Stillwater Lloyd Lee Evans, 28, Laura Lee Jones, 21, both of Stillwater David Scott Nolen, 22, Cynthia Alice Gilliam, 23, both of Stillwater Bobby Germ McCraw, 18, of Yale, Harvina Jo Allen, 17, of Oilton Ronald Eric Cooper, 18, Susan Ann Hockett, 17, both of Cushing Anthony Warren Lunsford, 19, Kym Dian Krejci, 19, both of Stillwater Garry Dean Gill, 20, Sheryl Ann Beaver, 20, both of Stillwater Larry Dale Gill, 20, Deboria Fences Lerner, 21, both of Stillwater Jeffrey Leon Lynch, 22, When you see wish him Happy 30th Birthday "People like him - over the hill - need extra attention!" Golf Courses 20 Games of Putt-Putt Golf For Onl, I :Friday, Saturday & Sunday June 1st, 2nd & 3rd Only! 377~ S17 N. MAIN $TILLWATER, OK son, 22, Brenda Ray C-84-307 Daniel L. Weaver, 18, both of' Zoellner, et al vs James Stillwater James Robert Liebhart II, 28, of Waukomis, Cheryl Sue Overhold, 24, of Tulsa Bradley Carl Richard- son, 20, Lorrine Ann Kit- chen, 26, both of Perkins Mark Lynn Irwin, 21, of Arcadia, Anna Florence Buran, 22, of Oklahoma City May 21, 1984 CIVIL CASES FILED: C-84-287 The Lane Company vs NFL, Inc., Money Judg on Account, Michael Glascote C-84-288 John Wilkes Booth vs Dept of Public Safety, Revocation of D.L., K. Hochderffer C-84-289 Bank of Cushing vs Vernon E. Richardson, et al, Money Judg & Foreclosure, Charles Meyers C-84-290 Genevieve Robin, et al vs Robert Moore, et el, Money Judg on Prom Note, Brian J. Raymer C-84-291 Gushing Lumber Co vs E R W Corp., et el, Money Judg & Foreclosure of Lien, S. Grubbs C-84-292 Montgomery Ward vs Katherine McGee, Money Judg on Acct, Carl Bagwell C-84-293 Sears, Roebuck & Co vs Ray Duckett, et el, Money Judg on Contract, Preston Hatfield C-84-294 Bank of Okla, et al vs Terri Inlow, et el, Money Judg & Foreclosure, Jimmy K. Jones C-84-295 Prime In- vestments vs City of Stillwater, et el, Vacation of Dedication,. Bird & Ellis C-~4~296 I~eatrice L. Clark vs J~o~n Kelly McCoy, Money Judg & Foreclosure, Roger McMillian C-84-297 Wintersteen Insurance vs Ronald Brady, et el, Money Judg for Premiums, Roger McMfllian C-84-298 Stw. Com- munity Bank vs Edward L. Barton, Money Judg Prom Note, Roger McMfllian C-84-299 Stw. Com- munity Bank vs Vicki Lynn Baker, et el, Money Judg & Foreclosure, Glen Winters C-84-300 William Barry Hubbard, et al vs John L. Griffith, et el, Quiet Title, Watson & Watson C-84-301 H & H In- vestments, LTD vs Lee Anne Hill, Money Judg on Lease Agree, M. DeLacerda C-84-302 H & H In- vestments, LTD vs Wade Frank Hatting, Money Judg Lease Agree, M. DeLacerda C-84-303 H & H In- vestments, LTD vs Michael John Adams, Money Judg Lease Agree, M. DeLacerda C-84-304 Payrm County Bank vs Kenneth Toles, Money Judg Prom Note, D. Worthington C-84-305 Payne County Bank vs Charlesetta Woods, et al, Money Judg Damages, Armstrong, et al C-84-308 Jim Turner vs Eseco International, Money Judg Labor & Material, James & Gilmore C-84-309 Susan Gniech, et al vs Scott Vignovich, Money Judg Pers Inj, James Springer C-84-310 William Moody, et al vs John Hager, et al, Money Judg for Damages, Melissa DeLacerda C-84-311 Dorothy Keeter vs Oklahoma State University, et el, Money Judg for Damages, Walter Jenny C-84-312 Randy Henderson, et al vs Southwestern Bell Telephone Co, Money Judg for Damages, Glen Winters PROBATES FILED: P-84-99 Probate of Will of Emily C. Gillespie, Donald Worthington P-84-100 Guardianship of Verta E. Eastin, Cub- bage & Cubbage P-84-101 J. D. of Death of V.D. Jordan, Cubbage & Cubbage P-84-102 Guardianship of Myrna Lee, Jimmie Wilcoxon P-84-103 Guardianship of Byrl Catherine Coyken- dall, Glen R. Winters DIVORCES FILED: (Incompatability unless otherwise noted} JFD-84-241 Gerald Duane Parsons vs Dana Marie Parsons, David Bryan JFD-84-242 Mary Jane Duncan vs Sammy Ross Duncan, Melissa DeLacerda JFD-84-243 Louis Alire Morris vs Donna Marie Morris, Chris Szlichta JFD-84-244 Rebecca Ruth Olesen vs Jens Lawrence Olesen, James Springer CDA-84-245 Geraldine Morgan vs Ronnie Young, Protective Order JFD-84-246 Linda Gayle Moore vs J. Rhoades Moore, Separate Maintenance, James Springer CDA-84-247 Heidi Robins, et al vs Mike Robins, Protective Order JFD-84-248 Linda S. Cook vs Timothy L. Arr- ington, Glen Laughlin CDA-84-249 Patricia McDowell vs William McDowell, Protective Order JFD-84-250 Shelly Lorayne Harms vs Donald Eugene Harms, Szlichta, et al JFD-84-251 Lola Gayle Boring vs Lester Haskell Boring, Mary Shedrick JFD-84-252 Teralea Dalynn Beene vs David Ray Beene, James Springer MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS: Richard Otis Dodrill, 48, of Jennings, Melba Faye Rupe, 45, of Cushing Alan Kent Russell, 25, Janet Kay Harris, 22, both of Stillwater Gary Cllnt Delk, 21, FAMILY RESTAURANTS Homemade Biscuits & Gravy Chopped Sirloin topped with luscious sauteed mushrooms & choice of potato 6-10 Mon.-Sat. 10-10 Sunday Dine-in v.., fumi|g R.|tou,ln!,'arry-out 121 W. Thomas Perkins 547-5378 Lou Ann Hall, 21, both of Stillwater George Edward Threlkeld, 33, Clara Ruth Hagemann, 31, both of Stillwater Geoffrey Uwazu Okorom, 27, Carletha Ellis, 25, both of Stillwater Don Leslie Bush, 19, April Michelle Sharpton, 15, both of Cushing Keith Allen Mukes, 30, Rita Ann Veal, 31, both of Stillwater Tad Houston Cooper, 22, Nancy Elizabeth Foster, 20, both of Stillwater Randall Colin Hiner, 20, Gayle Annette Lewis, 23, both of Stillwater Gerald Wayne Cope, 24, Jeanie Kay Kistler, 22, both of Stillwater Cotton Eugene Knox, 21, Denise Ann Sturgeon, 18, both of Stfllwater James Lloyd Lowry, 19 of Lanned, Kansas, Dianne Ray Robison, 18, of Cushing Lee Allen Crusha, 23, Paula Louise Dixon, 20, both of Stillwater Daniel Mark Johnson, 21, Jori Ann Swanson, 20, both of Chicago, Ill. Ronald Ramino Wat- son, 20, Jana Kay Nichols, 19, both of Stillwater Jimmie Vernon Wilson, 26, Anita Diane Westfall, 20, both of Perkins Patrick Raymond Sit- ton, 26, Terri Lynne Palmer, 27, both of Stillwater Larry Alan Elzo, 31, Brenda Ann Redel, 24, both of Mannford Greg Scott Hill, 22, Darla Mae Sharpton, 22, both of Stillwater It has been a great year for the Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts in Perkins. Through the course of the year the various troops have visited the Perkins Jour- nal, the city library and the bank. They have also visited a Stillwater nurs- ing home, Pawnee Bill Museum and the Stillwater Medical Center. In working to earn the badges, their troops were work on this year, the girls learned such things as basic first aid, weav- ing, book binding and woodworking. Their year in Scouting was brought to a close this last week with a fami- ly picnic at which there were over 100 people in attendance. At the picnic, the girls were awarded their badges, patches and year stars. Also, for 14 of the girls, there was a special ceremony in which they crossed over a wooden bridge to mark their advancement from Brownie to Junior Girl Scouts. This Wednesday, three of the Brownies will be visiting the kindergarten girls to tell them about Scouting and what a great year they've had. We hope theyll join us next year! "O" KITCHEN KAPERS -- Mandi, Amy, BOWLING PARTY -- Kathy, Jody, Erica, Shauna, Traci, Raegan, Gina, Heather, Janie and Suzy. I THINGS KINGFIS was fl Lawrence dairy farm here when towering depositing the immec tryside. There parent split. A Damages at $100 cludes the feed and and suspected metal ~'~ructure on Friday. the silo what explosion. -O* LOOKING S Seiling is trash over dump near having to P their share for the vices. They srel a site closer to estimated The state executive council of FHA/HERO (Future Homemakers of America/Home Econom- ics Related Occupations) met recently in Stlllwater to make plans for the up- coming year. The outgo- ing state officers briefed the new 1984~5 state of- ricers on their respon- sibilities and on such things as dress code, ethics, and public speak- ing. Among those par- ticipating were, seated, from left to right, An- nette Mullen, North District Vice President, Chandler; and Denise Hancock, National Com- For Good Cable TV CALL: 547-2122 Pick Up Cable TV Schedule at Perkins TV & Appliance Each Week I at least mittee Member, Perkins- visor, Chandler; and ~r Tryon. Standing are Virginia Sasser, FHA Ad- The first U.$. DeAnn Pence, FHA Ad- visor, Perkins-Tryon. ride in an -o- Theodore e e Pepsi, Diet Pepsi Free, Pepsi Light, Mt. 6 pack