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PAGE 6- The Perkins Journal r Thursday r June 3, 1993 Legal Notices PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSION Regular Session May 17, 1993 The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular Meeting Monday, May 17, 1993. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda at room i01, Courthouse, Stillwater, OK on Friday, May 14, 1993. The following were present: Ms. Bernice Mitchell, Chairman; Mr. Carl Moreland, Vice-Chairman; Mr. Jimmie Dee Cook Member; MS. Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. Th$ Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The Clerk presented the minutes of April 30, May 3 and May 10. Cook noted a correction in the minutes of May 3, the approval of blanket purchase orders was on April 30, not May 3. The minutes of April 30 ,are correct. Cook made the motion to approve the minutes as corrected. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented a utility permit from Oklahoma Natural Gas for a pipeline to the Sheriff's warehouse at the Fairgrounds: 2" line parallel N/S road; 45" N of Sh 51; 703' W Of SE/ SE/4, Sec 17-19N- 3E. Cook made the motion to approve the permit. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented a transfer from the Interest for Warrants to Electlon Board, M&O, for the Special Election. Cook made the motion to approve the transfer. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented monthly reports: Collections Disbursements Election Board 17743.81 21400.46 Health Department 11637.79 9484.39 County Clerk 22709.45 General Fund 17114.16 ML Cash 288.00 OTC 5232.04 Court Clerk 98494.02 24699.67 Sheriff 12612.97 Theft Reports 28.01 Sheriff Scv Fee 8340.00 OTC 4244.96 Treasurer 1544841.29 2846417.06 Moreland made the motion to approve the Reports as presented, Cook seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented sum;.:y report of Consumable Items for District #3. Items purchased $180882.85. The Clerk presented blalut purchase order for American Weldlng, $500.00. Cook made th motion to approve the blanket purchase order. Moreland seoonc.3=.. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. Commissioner Cook presend Project Completion Resolution for the Bridge on North "Ca Street. The Project was completed with 30% Funds. Total cost was $10,448.42. Cook made the motion to approve the Resolution as presented. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. Ms. Bonita Stadler, Treasurer presented Proceedings on sale of County Property. The following property was offered for sale and bids made: ist Addition, Ingalls, Block 2 lot 6, Vine A. Spickler, $35.00; and Sunnyside Addition, Stillwater, Block 13 Lot 8 and 10, Vine A. Spickler, $70.00. Moreland made the motion to accept the bids as made andito execute the County deeds as prescribed by law. Cook seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman presented a claim from Ms. Ruth Farley, 410 1/2 E Cherry, Cushing. Ms. Farley is clalming damages for a cracked windshield in the amount of $374.50. Ms. Farley alleges a rock from a county truck hit the windshield. Cook made the motion to deny the claim. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman presented a right-of-way agreement with Oklahoma Natural Gas for a gas llne on county property. The rlght-of-way is for a 20' easements described by its center llne: commencing at the SE/c SE/4, See 17-19H-R3E; thence West 703', thence North 45' toPOS; contlnuxng North 680' to point of End. Moreland noted this is for the gas line to the Sheriff's warehouse. Cook made the motion to approve the Right-of-Way as presented. Moreland seconded Motion oarrled: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. e Chalrlan presented a request from the Boys scte to--Id the Scout-A-Rama on the Courthouse lawn in April 1994. Cookmmde the motion to allow the Boy Scouts to use the lawn. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman stated she has received information on available grants for used oil collection sites. Jerry Sparkman 547-5076 I CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF PERKINS Jeff Gill 547-2004 III III I I united Methodt By Sea. Ross This Sunday, June 6, we will observe Peace with. Justice Sunday, taking an offering, to fund the peacemaking and conflict resolution CHURCH OF THE FIRST BORN 547-5406 I I I Care Ministry Training will begin at 5 p.m. Our Sunday School classes for all ages begin at I0 a.m., and Sunday morning worship begins at 10:55. Visitors are always vlcomc. ministries of our conference. Fii'st Btptbt Church. scrip.== wm .be *-.umb=s Psalm 8; ,,Matthew 28: '16-20, this Memorial Day Sunday, each one Genesis 1:D-2:4. The sermon title will be "G0(I, l'ruth and Big Ban 8." going to take care of reunions, trips, but most of all, decorating at the The choir will sing aGo Ye family cemeteries. Into All the World" by Eugene Our pastor, Lany Wilson, spoke Butler, and the offertory solo will from John 5:1-9. His sermon was be "Here's to the Day," sung by entitled "A Portrait of Christ." Nathan Ross Clewell. He described Jesus as being The Outreach Committee will sinless, porf-_l, compassionate meet following worship and the and a perfect teacher. PAYNE COUNTY BANK 202 South Maln * P.O. Box 579 Perkins. Oklahoma 74050 405/547-2436 Lobby Hours: Mon.- Fr/. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.-12 noon BrEve-In Hours: Mon.-Frt. 7:30 a.m..-4 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m.-12 noon im i i i Perkins Builders Sunnlv Mon.-Fri. 7:30-6 p.m." " " Now Open Sat. 8-5 p.m. 1 mile E. on H 33 405-547-5333 i Perkins : Insurance Agency i2! N. Main 547-2971 Perkins '%'" Livestock Auction, Inc. Sale Every Wednesday We Appreciate Your BuSiness Jim Edwards Sale Barn Lee CrayCraft 918-225-2737 405-547-2533 405-547-2760 [ The Chairman called a recess at i0:00 a.m. The Chairman called the meeting back to order at 10:15 m.m. The Clerk presented bids: 93-51, Janitorial Services, Stillwater Health Department (3 sites) Clinger Janitor Service 750.00 per month A & L Services, Stillwater 775.00 At Your Service, Stillwater II00.00 93-52, Janitorial Services, Cushing Health Department Zelford Smith, Cushing 250.00 Carter Janitorial, Cushing 375.00 Cook made the motion to remand the bids to the County Clerk for authorized personnel to have access for evaluation. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented cash appropriations: Treasurer Mtg Certification, 18.51; DA Revolving Fund, 12.77; Payne County Self Insurance, 234.76; County Clerk ML, 288.00; Sheriff Service Fee, 8340.00; Highway Cash 1353.10; Economic Development, 120.98; Sheriff's Board of Prisoners, 56.93; Fairboard Cash, 5.09; Restricted Highway, 162.01; Primary Road System, 5800.80; Restricted Highway, 1311.17; Highway Cash, 148126.90; Alcoholic Beverage: Cushing, 1090.59; Glencoe, 71.47; Perkins, 290.85; Ripley, 56.81; Stillwater, 5541.50; Yale, 210.32. Cook made the motion to approve the appropriation as presented. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented the recommendation for bid 93-50, Reader Printer. The Clerk rejected all bids 3s it was in the best interest of the County to not purchase a new printer at this time. Cook made the motion to approve the recommendation as made. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Board noted the Federal Government did on site inspection of the rlood damage in Payne County over the weekend. Notification should be made in a 7-10 days if the county qualifies for FEMA funds. The requested PC 3358, Radisson Inn, be tabled for additional information. Cook made the motion to table the PC as requested. Moreland seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The following purchase orders were approved: DISTRICT ATTORNEY: 3008, B&C Office Supply, folders, 12.60; 3612, Kinko's, copies, 20.20; 3614, Merrifield Office Supply, supplies, 86.44; 3615, Walmart, supplies, 13.47; 3728, Cooper's Locksmith, service, 74.00; 3886, Federal Express, shipping, 10.50; 4092, AT&T, service, 13.33; 4105, AT&T, service, 359.28; 4106, Sprint, service, 10.54; 4167, Mira Copyetar America, copies, 54.01; 4168, Mite Copystar America, lease, 281.50; 4169, McCaw Cellular Communication, service, 47.50. SHERIFF: 3616, Ace Hardware, supplies, 26.49; 3618, NAPA Auto Parts, supplies, 112.13; 3619, R.J. Cleaners, supplies, 109.30; 3620, Valet Car Wash, service, 6.50; 3622, Central Drug Store, supplies, 293.16; 3623, Warren Clinics, service, 263.00; 3934, Grimsley's, gloves, 38.00; 3990, Darrell Varnell, travel, 48.65; 4090, AT&T, service, 4.23; 4099, Consumer's IGA, prescription, 15.12; 4100, Law Enforcement Television, fee, 288.00; 4123, Stillwater Radiology, service, 30.00; 4141, Carl Miner, travel, 31.20; 4145, Carl Miner, travel, 74.40; 4197, George Dieel, travel, 26.40. COMMISSION: 4143, Diana Wehr, travel, 37.44. EXTENSION: 4120, Totline, subscription, 24.00; 4149, Duane McVey, travel, 268.08. COUNTY CLERK: 3887, Thompson'8, guides, 23.40; 3898, First Image Management, toner, 216.44; 3945, BMI Corporation, toner, 256.00. REVALUATION: 3624, GO Systems, supplies, 64.45; 3873, Triangle A&E, supplies, 51.50; 4094, Max's Muffler & Radiator, service, 65.00. GENERAL OPERATIONS: 2033, Rayovac Corporation, batteries, 27.84; 3557, Air-O-Heatlng & Air, maintenance, 68.00; 4083, Air-O-Heating & Air, service, 438.56; 4089, NCR Corporation, maintenance, 31.50; 4136, AT&T, service, 363.69; 4138, Pottawatomie Co. Regional Juvenile Detention, detention, 53.40; 4144, Perkins Tag Agency, atp's, 665.97; 4186, Cushing Tag Agency, atp's, 1331.94; 4189, Eastman Kodak, melntenance, 390.61; 4191, ONG, gas, 1357.38. ELECTION BOARD: 4087, dln Focht, registration, .75; 4101, Alice Boydstun, registration, 2.25; 4102, Debts Franklin, registration, 8.25, 4174, Mary Dennis, ragistratlon, 1.50; 4175, Robert Cox, registration, .75; 3772, B&C Office Supply, ribbons, 65.88; 4119, Southwestern Bell, modem, 38.51. BUILDING ENGINEER: 3256, Ace Hardware, supplies, 11.16; 3630, Ace Hardware, supplies, 72.51; 3631, Clean Clothes Rental, supplies, 46.20; 3632, Harris Phillips 6, supplies, 18.20; 3633, Walmart, supplies, 2.83; 3861, Grlmsley'a, ffFplles, 2D9.92; 3881, Ace Hardware, breaker, 20.25; 3883,::Bradley Plumbing, spud, 6.75; 3910, Hanes, Jones & Cadberry, parts, 47.99. 'PCED: .... 33B Map Ink, layout, 1475.00; 4140, Carolyn Thompson, travel, 158.28. SHERIFF'S BOARD OF PRISONERS: 3509, Sherwin Williams Co., supplies, 273.65; 4194, Okla. Dept. of Public Safety, fee, 297.00. SELF-INSURANCE FUND: 4158, William Wiles, fees, 255.80. RESTRICTED HIGHWAY CASH: 2746, Quapaw, rock, 1153.19; 3783, Stewart StOne, rock, 1116.41. HIGHWAY CASH: 1532, Stewart EDEN CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST Max Rudd 547-2102 Stone, asphalt, 2872.75; 2564, Stewart Stone, rocK, 2362.37; Quapaw, rock, 1760.93; 3464, Quapaw, rock, 768.40; 3486, Stone, rock, 3996.80; 3493, Quapaw, rock, 2799.40; 3661, Welding Supply, supplies, 149.59; 3663, Cimarron Truck supplies, 419.78; 3665, Cushing Lumber, supplies, 33 51; Cushing Parts Plus, supplies, 224.35; 3667, Drr supplies, 483.95; 3668, Harris APCO Service Station, 195.00; 3669, Harris Oil, supplies, 549.26; 3670, Hughes supplies, 3.12; 3671, Kirby-Smith Machinery, supplies, 19.0 Mack Trucks of Tulsa, supplies, 42.00; 3674, Okla. City supplies, 200.87; 3676, Standard Auto Parts, supplies, 51.26; Tim's Tire Shop, supplies, 40.00; 3682, Vassar Super supplies, 134.97; 3683, Walmart, supplies, 104.75; 3684, Lawn & Garden, supplies, 69.80; 3687, Clean Clothes supplies, 306.30; 3689, Farm & Home Supply, supplies, Frank's Diesel Service, supplies, 166.50; 3691, NAPA Auto supplies, 306.11; 3692, O'Reilly Automotive, supplies, 2.64 Sooner Airgas, Inc., supplies, 22.85; 3694, Stillwater supplies, 9.06; 3695, Walmart, supplies, 106.68; 3697, Stone, rock, 1187.60; 3738, Harris Oil, diesel, 4372.50; Stewart Stone, rock, 3923.00; 3752, Harris Oil, oil, 299.75 Harris Oil, oil, 379.50; 3756, Kerns Ready-Mixed concrete, 99.30; 3757, Stewart Stone, rock, 784.60; 3758, rock, 670.71; 3759, L.B. Smith, parts, 1283.53; 3770, oil, 184.25; 3782, Harris Oil, gasoline, 202.50; 3804, Diesel Service, pump, 980.19; 3821, Stewart Stone, rock, 3825, Harris Oil, tires, 1662.00; 3838, Quapaw, filler, 3884, L.B. Smith, supplies, 206.32; 3888, Harris Oil, 4596.00; 3916, Harris Oil, tires, 488.96; 3936, Estes herbicide, 343.20; 3940, Harris Oil, diesel, 4380.00; 3948, lease, 5530.14; 3992, OK Rebuilders, parts, 50.00; 3997, lease, 4316.77; 3998, City of Cushing, electric, 290.21; Arkansas Louisiana Gas, gas, 283.75; 4137, AT&T, service 4187, Southwestern Bell, service, 60.37. HEALTH DEPT.: Two Way Communications, repairs, 278.83; 3233, Bob BUr supplies, 23.02; 3639, Ace Hardware, supplies, 19.79; 364 Burk Oil, supplies, 22.00; 3642, Charlie's Discount Drug, 94.97; 3651, Merrifield office Supply, supplies, 19.85; Perkins Drug, supplies, 47.46; 3655, Stillwater Medical supplies, 36.00; 3656, Stillwater Women's Clinic, service, 3657, Sunshine Seniors, service, 60.90; 3658, Walmart, 36.40; 3659, Walmart, supplies, 166.53; 3779, Grimsley's. 635.86; 3830, Quality Roofing, repairs, 1275.00; 3953, reservations, 35.00; 4093, Payne Co. General Fund, 103.55; 4107, Deloris Fowler, service, 560.12; 4108, travel, 31.20; 4109, Page Cooper, RN, travel, 25.44; Jones, travel, 160.08; 4111, City of Cushing, electric, 4112, Katherine Lateen , travel, 43.68; 4113, Robin Roof, 55.68; 4121, AT&T, service, 4.80; 4122, Homecall of stil service, 21.04; 4128, Lori Gaither, travel, 55.20; 4129, McWhirt, travel, 75.36; 4130, Rhonda Smith, travel, 85.68 Sharron Breaker, travel, 41.76; 4132, Barbara Morgan, 78.72; 4133, Roberts Waggoner, travel, 26.88; 4176, Joh travel, 28.80; 4177, Betty Wright, travel, 111.36; 4178, Griffith, travel, 76.56; 4179, Gregory Reed, travel, 132.00 Velma Human, travel, 35.52; 4181, Yvonne Stites, travel, 4182, Long Distance Savers, service, 829.36. Moreland made the motion to adjourn. Cook seconded. carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. herrl Schleffe) County Clerk -v i WATER WELL & WELL DRILLING Commercial Residential Serving Central Oklahoma For 30 Years s NEW & USED WELL EQUIPMENT WATER TREATMENT .FILTERS SMITH PUMP & SUP 709 Manvel - Chandler ..........  " ': "';'lnltandler Phone FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Did R.ines 547-5111 FIRST UNITED METHODIST Susan Ross 547 -2481 I All these adjectives painting "A Portrait of Christ." Them was a beggar at the pool of Bethesda wautin 8 someone to help him into the healing waters. He had bern. an invid for 38 years. Jesus challenged, him, as he challenges us, by aski, "Do you want to be Jesus Urged t beggar to take up'his bed and walk, even as he encourages us to et uli" out of our sins and be'cured from our despair. Scott, Krissa Grider and Michael Brown for being our graduating seniors. We arc proud of "hem fo; being the fine young le they are. No doubt this comes from having free paremts to guide them, and the parents are o be congratulated, too. Mehan Union Messages By Larry Esllnger Praise the Lord for another wonderful day! Our music was sung by Helen Memorial Day services at tbe Reynolds. Sbe sang =Tberc's a church were well attended. Wd.l Hand on My Shoulder." Mike about 180 Sunday morning. Diane Payne sang, =I Just Can't Bc,r the Spiva sang =Conider the L/H." Thought of Hurting Him." We are The text was Joshua 4:7. "Then yc blessed.with much musical talent., shall answer them, that the waters of The high school youth group Is Jordan were cut off before the ark going to Oklahoma City June 4. of the covenant of the Lord; when The Joy Trxveler group canceled it pass over Jordan, the waters of out on the Harbor Village trip, Jordan were cut off: and these stones and decided instated to go scc shall be for a memorial unto the the Preci41us Moments Chapel in children of Israel forever." Missouri'June 21. Their monthly A memorial is a reminder. It didher was rescheduled for June 14. calls back names and faces. It takes We wish to congratulate Amy-us back to another time or place. LOST CREEK UNITED METHODIST Max Rudd 547-5207 MEHAN UNION CHU Larry Esiinger 918-372-4544 A memorial reminds us of who we were or where we came from. The stones that were stacked up in the Jordan River were reminders of what the children of Israel had been through. Mehan. As we put up stones or of those who are no us, let us also live our living memorials, but also to Jesus, Wc aLso have stones put up have lived, and are to remind us of loved rams who lives should be better. have gone on before us. We have not to have lived in vain, memorials around the clmrch to they made a difference, s remind us of the family members influence on the world. who are no longer with us. The piano is a memorial to Ted uu,- Prickett, the flower bed sgn is .. a memorial to Minnie Kendrick. There will be others as we build our new sanctuary: Betty Spi;a, Dale Read John "Jiggs" Wilson, Susie Langley, Buzz Ellis, Dale Smith and Myrtle THE CHRISTIAN THE PERKINS DRUG ! 7 For NI Your Gilts. . | Steve and Kristy Willingharn, owners | " Blbtes, Books, Music, Gills Church Supplies, Sunday School Curriculum II Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Sat. 8:30 to 1 | qt our new Children's Center. | 246 S. Main 547-2079 Erner. Night# Perkins, Ok. 547-5069 F Kr 121 w. Thomas Perkins, OK VIDEO RENTALS FREE MEMBERSHIP FRIED CHICKEN 8 PC. $5.99 CALLAHEAD 124 Main Perkins 547-5183 EADES HARDWARE & APPLIANCE 111 South Main Street PERKINS, OKLAHC (405)547-2477 MANALLY'S