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It Was i!ii~' , Perkins Police .... Report venter N, ws, and V ws from the Va/ay The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 5, 1989 -- PAGE 9 Reunion Held of Jan Pieterez Isaac and Cornelius, moved on the emigrant ancestor, Brown County, Ill. where they were reunion in among the first settlers. Later 3rd. with Edgar Peter and Jacob, sons of the Jacob Stillwater, and who moved to Ohio, joined their Norman, as brothers in Illinois. John, Saul and Dan were grandsons of Peter. years, the descen- Dan and his father moved to In- John and Saul dian Territory about 1870. Dan descendants of Jan studied medidne and practiced in have met annually. Springfield, Me. many years. John Dr. Dan came to Oklahoma about 1889 and met with them. Saul in 1891. lettled in New Descendants and friends of the New York) and John Vandeventer family attending there. In 1771, Isaac the reunion were: Reba third generation inVandeventer, George and Bertha three of his sons, Vandeventer, Gerald, Beverly, Emi- and Jacob, moved ly and Hayley Domitmus, Kate V& wherethey Barkley, all of Wichita. of the Revolu- Also Susie Gilliam, Heather, Tyler and Trey, Louis and Ethel War, Abraham moved Bowdre, G ary B owdre of Some of his B artlesville; Donald and Rena McCorkle of Cushing; Bill and Dol- have an an- ly Schwartz of Kingfisher; John and Anadarko. Van- Della Schwartz, Mike, Tally and Quthrie, is a descen- Colby Schwartz of Yukon; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Creager of Glencoe; Iacob, with his fatal- Scott Stearman, Carney; Ray and Two of his sons, Lorene Stearman of Cleveland. The Ingalls Outlaw Battle was memorialized with this monument. Photographer John Whipple of the former Whipple Studio in Stillwater, posed this photograph with Rough Rider Billy McGinty of Ripley, on dedication day 1938. Dick Speed of Perkins, was one of the deputies killed in the battle. He is buried in Perkins Cemetery. John Whipple rammed to Ingalls 51 years later, on September 10", 1989 from his home in Arlington, Texas, when 125 people gathered for the Ingalls re- union. The reunion is held on the second Sunday of September in commemoration of the battle of September 1, 1893. Billy McGinty rode with Teddy Roosevek's Rough Riders in the Spanish American War, and was a lifelong cowboy, rodeo performer and trick horse rider, and organized, with Otto Gray, one of the first country western bands to broadcast over radio. Billy and Glenn Eyler collaborated on a book, The Old West, printed in 1937 in the shop of The Ripley Re- view, which Eyler published before moving to Perkins. The book is now out of print and a collec- tor's item. In the 1950s, before their deaths, Billy McGinty and Frank Pistol Pete Eaton were colorful Payne County senior citizens who were always ready to spin a yarn and elaborate about their experiences. They were living history. This column will be run- ning more photos and history about Billy McGinty. And Sam and Margaret Ann Stearman of Guthri Viola and Forrest Barnett, Edgar and Ella McCorkle, Wanda Beuregard of Norman. Descendants of Dr. Dan Vandeventer were Lucille Robison and Curtis of Parsons, Karts. Letters were read from other descendants of Dr. Dan: Donald and Marvella Worthey, Harrisburg, Ark. and Mildred J. McDaniel of Springfield. Descendants of Saul Vandeventer are Anita Ellis, Ver- Divorces Pegye L. Ashcraft vs. Charles L. Ashcraft Teresa Jeanene Walenciak vs. Ronald Lee Walenciak Jan M. Carlson vs. Diane Moret- ta Carlson Jesse James Alexander vs. Michell Marie Alexander Civil Cases Preferred Risk Group vs. Glen D. Martin, II, money judgement for in- sufficient checks, $5,276.63 Transamerica Financial Services vs. Sammy Allen Porter, money judgement and foreclosure, $5,322.20 S Sate of Oklahoma vs. Charlie R. Carter and Shirley J. Carter, tax warrant, $909.75 Payne County Bank vs. Donald J. Bickell, money judgement on promissorynote, $11,118.32 Foremost Financial Sevices, Corp. vs. Kevin Leon Posey, money judgement on order delivery, Schoed, 21, both of Stillwater Donald Lee Sosbee, 42, a~d Michelle Gaddy, 28, both of Stillwater Paul Latourette, 25, and Jana Lee Kay, 2B, both of ~tzllwater Stephen Miles, 22, and Kimberly Coppedge, 19, both of Stillwater Timothy Diehl, 21, and Melanie Clymer, 21, both of StiUwater Cory Gallagher, 19, Stillwater, and Leigh Holt, 18, Asher Paul Roberts, 40, and Elizabet Davis, 28, both of Stillwater ,- Assisted OHP on two separat~ non-injm~y accidents $20,079.03 v, Report of cattle on 177 north The Bank, N.A. vs. Ashley Cole, of 33; contcted PCSO money judgement on account, Sept. 25 $2,850 ~ Lockout at High School The Board of Regents of ,~ Worked vandelism at residence Oklahoma State University vs. Worked report of stolen dogs Geoffrey M. McKena, money judge ment for student loan, $1,697.50 ~, Worked report of run-away; The Board of Regents of OSU vs. parent later located child Tamarcia James, money judgement Sept. 26 on student loan, $411.96 Bank of Oklahoma vs. Debbie K. Walling and Brett Walling, money judgement and foreclosure, $29,161.17 The Board of Regents of OSU vs. Cassious Dicketts, money judge- ment for student loan, $7,845.38 FDIC vs. Loyd Leon Cooper, money judgement and foreclosure of lein, $9,558.16 Oklahoma Oil and Gas Manage- men6 Inc. vs. new Energy Corpora- tion, money judgement on pro- missory note and foreclosure, B y Vieki Longan The P-T Ag, Booster Chb met on Sept, 12, and the following new of. fleers were elected. President: Alan and Monica Hybsha; Vice- President: Leon and Mary Morris; Secretary: George and Jacklyn Shenold; Reporter: Mike and Vicki Lenga Fund raiain and memberships - formation concerning a dvil suit v" Assisted elderly woman who had fallen out of bed Delivered two bikes stolen ~tl : week v, Report of horses out on West Freeman; contacted PCSO Sept. 28 Advised SFD of ambulance needed by Eden Chapel Church ~- Lock-out at school; ope~ vehicle '+ : : Sept. 29 Motorist assist on Lovers Lane Report of lady slumped over $164,273.66 Wilco Oil and Gas vs. Charles Dinsnmre, money judgement for damages for excess of $I0,000 Albert E. Pous vs. Hotel Associates of Stillwater, money judgement on promissory note, $75,000 Correction The Journal apologizes to Otis Long, Coyle, for misprinting the in- wheel of vehicle; unable to locate + + .... ~, Unlocked vehicle ,~ Picked up two truant juvineles; took them t~ th~ ~ho~i school to handle problem ,~ Lock-out at band room; unable to open ,~ Traffic control from ball game ,~ Asked to deliver message at ballfield; subject had already gone ~, Stopped subject for careless driving ~" Stopped two juveniles; advis- non Blake and Bill Blake, Guthrie; were also discmmed during the that he k involved i~ The corrected Vallie May Shaw, Del City; Naomi meeting. Any suggestions are information is as follows: Smvard and the family of Thom~m ~w~ ......................... Tim Hulet vs. Otis Lo~, Me~,y Soward, Rochester, N.Y. and the family of Vern Vandeventer Adams Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 7:00 pm. in P- in California and WashingtorL T cafeteria. All interested parents The next Vandeventer reunion and 4-H leaders are encouraged to will be the weekend of Labor Day, atten~ 1990. Webb8 Welcome Is Your Organization Doing Something Special? Let Others Know About It In The Journal 547-2411 The next meeting is scheduled for judseJ~ent for damqes for $20,000. Second Granddaughter Jerry and Marie Webb of Perkins ere the proud grandparents of another beautiful granddaughter born Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1989. Her name is Bethany Renee. She is welcomed home by her big siste, Lindsay, age 4. Scott and Lisa {Webb) Leiter are the proud parents. Probate Letters of Administration of William O. Edington; attorney, A.J. Schott Will of Brenda E. Gould; at- torney, Roger L. McMillian Determination of death and ter- minationof joint tenancy of Andy Murphy; attorney, Roger L. McMillian Will of Bama McCalester; at- torney, Melissa DeLaeerda Will of Harriet Cecelia Williams; attorney, Jack De McCarty Marriages James Lee Wiley, 21, and Sabrina ed them of curfew Sept. 30 OSU PD advised to look for vehicle involved with females following them possibly in Perkins area; never saw vehicle Report from citizen of a possi- ble lost child at his residence; found parents and returned child to rightful owner ,~ Loud music complaint; made contact with parties involved and asked them to tone. it down Advised of suspicious vehicle around 4th and French; unfounded HAVE NEWS! Call the Journal Office. :: 547-2411 : : : Perkins Journal Business Card F,,ato |n~ranCe- FARME;R~5 UNION / ':' [ m pROPIPlTY AND I..IFI~ .X,x/ell -tkt. WEkLs, B~I~.~ Phone 405/:172-565S Room 301 " Stillwater. Okla. 74074 iFitst 1,4oi'1. Bonk Buildir~ | ~ ALL ~ 7 _ ,,Recovery: Orm I)ay At A Time" I ! 6 W~t 7~h ~ MO~. T~ Frl Z$" DeWayne Luster & Associates Auctioneers- Brekmrt LUSTER REALTY & AUCTION CO. 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