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tJl IO -- the Vermns Journal Thursday, September 13, 1984 Court Clerk Report Money Judgment on Con- revocation of DL, W.R.' Probates Filed tract $5424, Jerry L.Cubbage. P-84-165 Will of Clara Steward. C-84-552 Robert E. C-84-545 Steve Little vs. Longen vs. Heirs of James H. Johnston, D. Warren Clarence Mefford, Money L. I ngen ieceased, Quiet Crisjohn. Judgment for damages Title, Winfrey D. Houston. P-84-166 Joint Te- $2455.74, Wiliiam, Clark& C-84-553 Continental nant of Mamie E. Mur- Earl. Concrete Co. vs. Jim ray, Winfrey D. C-84-546 Credit Service Robinson dba J.R. Ent., Houston. Inc. vs. Dale Wallis,Money Judgment on open P-84-167 Joint Te- Money Judgment for ser- acct. $5453.69, Cubbage& nant of Leonard Olen vices $4706.40, Jerry L. Cubbage. Smith, Charles L. Steward. C-84-554 Plaid Ent. Inc. McBride. C-84-547 Stillwater vs. Ellen Robinson dba P-84-168 Wills of Community Bank vs. Kustom Kraft Ceramics, Stanley Fowler, MoneyMoney Judgment on open Edith Grace Gardner &Judgment on Prom. Note, acct. $1167.98, Ungerman, Grady Weldon Gard- $4142.17, Roger L. Conner & Little. ner, Winfrey D. McMillian. C-84-555 Jam/L. Collier Houston. C-84-548 Continentalvs. David Berkeley, P-84-169 Joint Te- Concrete Co. vs. SMBCMoney Judgment personal nant of Talmadge Total Contractors Inc., injuries, $76,086,30, Homer Heard, Robert Money Judgment on open Richard Hutton. E. Bird + acct. $6371.62, Cubbage & C-84-556 Application of P-84-170 Letters of Cubbage. American Dee. Co. for Adm. of Frank C-84-549 In the matter vacation of portion of Roubidoux, Shoemaker of the application of Tony owner's certificate & William Doran for a writ of dedication & plat, Charles &Shoemaker. habeus corpus, Bird, McBride. Hochderffer & Ellis. C-84-557 1st Bank & Civil Cases Filed C-84-550 Associates Trust CO. vs. Joyce Miller Capital Services Corp. vs. & Mikai McCollum dba C-84-543 Rudy Tom Delano dba Tom's G&M Body Shop & Mandeville et al vs. Heirs Auto Center, Money Judg- Wrecker Service, Money of Roscoe M. Mandeville- ment on lease agreement Judgment on Prom. Note deceased et al, Quiet Title, $2994.07, Ungerman, Con- $2769.95, Daniel Gripe. Cubbage & Cubbage. nor & Little. C-84-558 1st Bank & C-84-544 Credit Service C-84-551 James D. Trust Co. vs. Ralph J. Inc. vs. O. Ran Sneed & Shelton vs. State of Okla. Swimford & Nancy Swim- Furniture Unlimited Inc., Dept. of Public Safety, ford, Money Judgment _ II I II IIIIII I III I I EVERYONE IS WELCOME I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 6:30 p.m. At Yost Lake Drinks and silverware provided Bring covered dish HEAR THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES: $ Ken Maxwell, Court Clerk Mary Kelly, Rep. District No. 34 Mike Morrm, State Rep. District No. 33 Tom Guild, Corporation Comndssioner AND SENATORIAL CANDIDATES GEORGE MOTHERSHED BILL CROZIER Plus hear the news from REAGAN/BUSH campaign I II I I IIII I Prom. Note $3153.01, Money Judgment Prom. Note $6178.27, Daniel Gripe. C-84-559 1st Bank & Trust Co. vs. Billy R. Woods et al, Money Judg- ment Prom. Note $47,720.09, Money Judg- ment Prom. Note 27,056.26, Money Judg- ment $6985.64, Daniel R. Gripe. C-84-560 Statewide Col- lection Corp. vs. Larry D. Filkins, Foreign Judgment $760.83, John Severe. C-84-561 Frontier Fed. S&L vs. Larry G. Thomp- son et al, Money Judg- ment. Prom. Note $18,644.32, John Severe. C-84-562 Southwestern Bell vs. Bob Aufill & Sanida Aufill, Money Judgment on written con- tract for advertising $2794.80, Richard A. Robinson. C 84-563 LeWanda J. Brown vs. Joe S. Robert- son, Money Judgment damages & personal in- juri $180,000, S. Richard Farber. C-84-564 Stillwater Credit Bureau vs. Grant Webb, Money Judgment Prom. Note $448.86, Meliasa Delacerda. C-84-565 Vassar Co. et al vs. Bridges Ford Tractor Co., Money Judgment on acct., $25,978.14, Vassar & Vassar. C-84-566 Bloom's Meat Inc. vs. Jack J. Kelly dba The Huddle, Money Judg- ment for goods & services $1000.41, Gasoway, Green & Harris. C-84-567 Quality Dinet- tes Inc. vs. E.D. Clark dba NFL, Money Judgment on open acct., $2018.17, Ungerman, Conner & Little. C-84-568 Darrell Meachum & Kathryn Meachum vs. Joseph & Lois McDermott, Money Judgment for rent $7535, Hert, Baker & Kistler. C-84-569 MoI Jarvis Construction CO. Inc. vs. Western Casualty & Sure- ty Co., Money Judgment for contract $188,287.94, Hert, Baker & Kistler. C-84-570 Doris L. Gass vs. Floyd Gass & Quail Creek Bank, Quiet Title, Money Judgment for damages, Melissa n lacerda. IMMKUHHNMMUMMNHmmNNHNi I . i iii ii I - ~EIIqr PAYNE COUNTY FAIR Located 3 miles east of Stfllwater on Hwy. 51 70th Annual September 11th to 15th TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 11, 1984 Entry Day for all entries except flowers and livestock. 8:30 a.m. Open Fair Office 6:00 p.m. ALL entries except flowers and livestock must be in place. 9:00 p.m. All fair buildings close. I I WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1984 8:00 a.m. Fair office opens. 8:0( 10:00 a.m. All sheep must be in place for weighing and checking registration papers. 8:30 elm. North building to be closed during the judging of the following exhibits: EH, Open Class, 4-H, Fine Arts, All Homemaking, Crops, Horticulture, Arts and Crafts, Woodworking, Forestry, Agriculture Mechanics, Etc. 1:00 p.m. EH Booth Judging. 1:00 p.m. Judging comments on EH Homemaking exhibits by official judges. 2:00 p.m. Exhibit Building open for viewers. FAIR OFFICIALLY STARTS. 3:30 p.m. Judging Open Class SHEEP and Junior Division Breeding SHEEP, Arena Building. 6:00 p.m. ALL livestock must be entered and in place... Cattle, hogs, horses, dairy cattle,(Shoel refer to above). 7:30 p.m. Judge Wether Lambs and Junior Showmanship, Arena Building. 10:30 p.m. Exhibit Building and Commercial Booths closed. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1984 8:00 a.m. Exhibit building open for veiwers. 8:30 a.m. Will start weighing barrows and checking registration papers. 8:30-11:30 a,m; Flowers and house plant entries received. 9:00 a.m. Judging of dairy (Open and Junior) 10:00 a.m. Weighing of Steers 1:00 p.m. Flower judging. 6:00 p.m. Registration for Pet Show. 6:30 p.m. Pet Parade and Show sponsored by Stillwater Evening Kiwanis Club, Dewey Ford, Chairman, Arena Building, Garden and Lawn, Tractor Pull at conclusion of Pet Show, Arena Building. 10:30 p.m. Buildings and Commercial Booths closed. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1984 8:00 a.m. Exhibit building open for viewers. 8:30 &m. Swine judging (Open and Junior). 1:30 p.m. Tractor Driving Contest. 6:00 p.m. Junior and Open Horse Show Judging. 10:30 p.m. Exhibit Building and Commercial Booths closed. I I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1964 8:00 am. Fair Building open for viewers. 9:00 a,m. Beef Cattle Judging {Prospect steers, Open, Jr. Heifers, 2:00 p.m. Ottaway Ammusements, Rides, Shows, Concession. 6:00 p.m. Pay Premiums at Fair Office and release exhibits. 7:30 p.m. Horse Pulling Contest, Arena Building. 10:30 p.m. Fair officially ends. **Ottawa), Amusement-Rides, Shows, Concession-Evenings September 12-15.** ~ laaip miaD m I -- Lii Jii imm - ---z .... Market steers). _it! II H iimmsm| C-84-571 Bank of Cushing vs. Tony R. Winkcompleck & Wilton J. Wright, Restraining Order, Money Judgment & foreclosure, Ahrberg & Meyers. C-84-572 Petition of Dickie Joe Lee & Christine Elizabeth Lee for change of name of minor child, Rachel Mac Lee, Bird, Hochderffer & Ellis. C-84-573 Stillwater Na- tional Bank vs. Ricky E. Hesser, Money Judgment & foreclosure $111,471.92 & Security Int. $22,111.55, Hert, Baker & Kistler. C-84-574 In the matter of the testamentary trust of Clara A. Wirz-daceased, Hert, Baker, Kistler. Divorces Filed ffncompatibility unless otherwise noted.) CDA-84-426 Kathy Whitham vs. Ran Whitham, Emergency Protective Order. CDA-84-427 Velinda Twoguns vs. Paul Herod, Emergency Protective Order. JFD-84-428 Donna Link vs. Ronald E. Link, Maynard J. Ungerman. JFD-84-429 Florence Elizabeth Hanna vs. Elton Earl Hanna, James Springer Jr. JFD-84-430 Maria Jean Cooke vs. Powell Warren Cooke, James Springer Jr. JFD-84-431 Kathryn Sue Sadler vs. Scotty Wayne Sadler, James Springer, Jr. JFD-84-432 William Joel Bean vs. Connie Sue Bean, Charles Daniel JFD-84-433 Freda Clark Hyde vs. Philip Leslie Hyde, Melissa Delacerda. JFD-84-434 Teresa James vs. Franklin James, Emergency tective Order. JFD-84-435 Lyle C. Rainbow Jr. vs. Mary E athlyn Rainbow, Melissa Delacerda. JFD-84-436 Kevin Lee Brooks vs. Marilyn Louise Brooks, Tom Lee. JFD-84-437 Teresa Ann James vs. Franklin Edwin James, Tom Lee. JFD-84-438 LaDonna K. Meloy vs. Curtis J. Meloy Jr., Stephen Cubbage. CDA-84-439 Leona Rice vs. Darrell Rice, Emergency Protective Order. CDA-84-440 Bonnie Joe Forester vs. Randall R. Forester, Emergency Protective Order. CDA-84-441 Jackie Ealom vs. Leonard Ealom, Emergency Pro- tective Order. CDA-84-442 Pamela Sue Abbott vs. Curtis Lee Abbott, Emergency Protective Order. CDA-84-443 Debra K. Driskel vs. Mexie Wayne Driskel, Emergency Pro- tective Order. JFD-84-444 Sherry Lynn Hughes vs. Jimmy Allan Hughes, Robert Murphy. JFD-84-445 Sally Christopher vs. Lynn D. Christopher, Melissa Delacerda. JFD-84-446 Kathryna A. Bhatti vs. Masood A. Bhatti, Melissa + Delacerda. JFD-84-447 Brenda Heredia Patterson vs. David Alan Patterson, James Springer Jr. JFD-84-448 Verna Marie Roe vs. Donald Gene Roe, Chris Szlicht JFD-84-449 Keli Anne Reid vs. George Rocky Reid, James Springer Jr. CDA-84-450 Debbie Slavens vs. Jimmy Lane, Emergency Protective Order. JFD-84-452 Bonnie Jo Forester vs. Randall Keith Forester, Charles Campbell. JFD-84-453 William Thomas Walker vs. Janet McNellage Walker, Kris Hochderffer. Marriage License Applications Dave Olen Carter, 30, and Rebecca Jean Wells, 22, both of Stillwater. Bobby Francis Waters, and Sherry Darlene CUB SCOUT NEWS Congratulations to Cub Scout Pack 24 of Perkins! They won 2nd place in the float com- petition on Old Settlers Day and a $100 cash price, donated by Cimar- ran Valley Co-op. Boys and leaders par- ticipating in the parade were: Matt Parsell, Jeromy Antle, Cody Blair, Kerry Bowling, Danny Hart, Dustin Hooper, Bryan Hucka- bay, Kevin Miner, Brent Niles, Ryan Reames, Bil- ly VanStavern, Tony Wilson; Webelo cub- master, Bob Blmr and Den leaders Elaine Blair and Cindy Antle. We would like to welcome Bob Blair as our new Cubmaster and Thank Rick Ford for all his hard work as Cub- master in the past two years. Cub Scouts are star- ting a new year, and we would like to extend an invitation to all boys, ages 8 to 11 to come join us in fun and friendship, in Cub Scouting. Bring the whole family and come out to our "Kick-Off Rally" at 7 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the United Methodist Church on East Kirk, here in Perkins. Everyone is welcome. Help us help the boys in our community. Support Scouting! Many thanks to our Float Committee chairmen, Rae and Chris Allen for all their great ideas and hard work. And, thanks to all the parents who gave time, supplies and hard work. -o- EDEN CHAPEL-- LOST CREEK NEWS The cookbooks are ARTISTS here! The cookbooks are here! Titled "Our Daily The Bread." They were com- piled by the ladies of regular Lost Creek. The cook- 10th at the book includes favorite Church, 320 S. recipes of many of the There were 13 members of Lost Creek. present and There are also words of Margaret inspiration sprinkled Evelyn throughout the book. Guthrie. The books may be pur- Evelyn chased from any Lost tories of Creek member. They are and gave a also on sale at the tion on Perkins Tag Agency. and porcelain The Wednesday night setting the Bible Study group and The October Lost Creek choir met at will be a trip to Katherine and Herschel to visit Mrs. Cross's home on Wednee- day fight for practice and Bible study. They Plum. also enjoyed some delic- Ruby ious homemade ice cream -o- and cobbler. IN HONOR The Eden Chapel con- Stacey gregation sends selected as a greetings, love and the State prayers to two members Band. who are not able to be members tried with us on Sunday 25 were mornings--Ruth Ethe- members ridge and Naudain Lore. wear State -o- uniforms, and board. of Mrs. Elsie is a junior at A baby bird is often called where she is a nestling, player in the We're Open to Serve YoU THE COOK {Medn Street m Tryon, HOME COOKED Mr. and Mrs. Larry Parrish, Hours: 6a.m.-8p.m.{M-S) 6a.m.-2 You like our daffy Eggerman, 17, both of Stillwater. Michael Troy Beaver, 20, and Sandra Jean Ham_mock, 36, both of Stiilwater. Richard Thomas Bridwell, 22, Stillwater, and Jeannie Suzanne Owen, 21, Willow, OK. Keith Aaron Maxwell, 20, and Crystal Denise Hurley, 22, both of Stillwater. Gregory Westfall Rusco, 24, and Martha Jean Spears, 25, both of Stillwater. Theodore James Nishimuta II, 21, and Sherry Darlene Spence, 28, both of Cushing. Gregory Ernest Green- wood, 22, and Kathy Sue McBride, 22, both of Stillwater. Ganapathy Nagana- than, 28, and Kasturi Deehpande, 31, both of Stillwater. Wen Fong Lee, 25, and Soan Hat Chan, 29, both of Stillwater. Samuel Michael My- ers, 20, and Christy Lynn Westmoreland, 20, both of Stillwater. Every Day of the Savings M - Sweaters T - Tops W - Slacks T - Jump Suits F - Jeans S - Accessories at Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. OMELETS BY (Plus buffet Hne) Popular varieties of omelets prepared on exhibition Breakfast buffet: Noon buffet: Evening buffet: All you desire to eat! R. L. Dalton's HOLLAND HOUSE 824 S. Main I Dr. Darvin began his, practice with Dr. G. Markert Monday, September 10, 1984. He is perienced and well trained. Both Dr. Darvin Markert are specialists in family practice. welcome Dr. Darvin as a physician for Stroud the area. Appointments can be made by calling: 968-2144 968-2580 G. Conrad Markert, Ted A. Darvin, M. Diplomates America Board of Family 310 W. 7th St. * Stroud, Oklahoma