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PAGE 12 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 2, 1989 Probate Will of Ruth Frands Lowry; John M. Haley, attorney Will of Dennis O. Cubbage; Cub- bage & Cubbate, attorneys Will of John T. Reeder; John M. H aley, attorney Foreign will of Ulasta Srajer; Earl B. Mitchell, attorney Determination of the estate of heirship of Pat Teary Smalley; W. Keith Thomas Divorces Denise Vaden vs. William E. Vaden, Jr. Peggy J. Stewart vs. Donald E. Stew art Teresa Louise Harrison vs. Scott Paul Harrison Shelley Anne Ashcraft vs. Steven Ray Ashcraft Perkins Police Report Calvin G. Beames, Jr. vs. Charlene Beames Noble Eugene Rodgers, Sr. vs. Lori Lynn Rodgers * Tammera Lynn Eich vs. Dennis James Eich Darlene Altha Downey vs. Richard Andrew Downey Dametra Evette Bailey vs. David Alan Bailey Civil Cases State of Oklahoma vs. David Harmon; seizure and foreclosure of vehicle {1978 Chevrolet pickup) GMAC vs. Terrance L. Mouton; money judgement on promissory note and foreclosure, $47,491.96 Sunwest Bank of Albuquerque vs. Orvella L. Brown and Carl Ray- mond Brown; money judgement on contract, $476.13 FDFH, Inc., an Oklahoma cor- poration vs. Terry Beth Dwinell; money judgement for services, $5,414.92 Judy A. Fryman vs. Mercury Marine; money judgement for damages in excess of $10,000 Marriages David Turner, 22, and Darena Hise, 28, both of Perldns Jack Daugherty, 53, and Lucille McClure, 46, both of Cushing Scott Darnell, 32, and Bobble Lou Vester, 30, both of Stillwater David Lee McOuff, 29, and Marolyn Kay Harrall, 33, both of Perkins Michael T. Crane, 23, and Margaret Collins, 31, both of Stillwater B ant Retherford, 30, and Rebec ca Sue Farrow, both of Cushing Scott Bockhorn, 28, Mt. Vernon. Ill., and Kelly Kraybill, 27, StiUwater Dewayne Craft, 24, McEwen. Tenn., and Rebecca Sue Smith, 22, Cushing Steven Wolfe, 37, and Tammy Monshan" 28, both of Ripley Oct. 22 28 Oct. 22 *, Took run-away from residence in Lincoln County *,Stood by while subject remov- ed items from residence on Civil case Oct. 23 *, Worked fight at school bet- ween subjects *,Doing follow.up on larceny *,Worked non-injury accident in front of tag agency ,-Received report of animal being mistreated; tried to contact owner Oct. 24 *, Ambulace escort Worked complaint in refernce to juvenile causing trouble; made contact with subject *,Motorist assist Oct. 25 ,-Worked private property acddent *,Report of problem at school with child; taken care of upon of- ricers' arrival *,BOLO from PCSO of possible drunk in vehicle possibly coming through Perkins; never saw vehicle Oct. 26 *,Stood by for troopor at location of deer being hit by vehicle v, Worked burglary at residence Oct. 28 *, Took report of purse being lost at the car wash on South Main *,Took report of several juveniles running away; later returned home PAYNE COL~ COMMISSION Regular Session October 16, 1989 The Payn~ County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular meeting Monday, October 16, 1989. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda at room 101, Courthouse, Stillwater, OK on Friday, September 15, 1989. The following were present: Carl Moreland, Chairman; Ms. Bernice Mitchell, Vice-Chairman; Jimmie Dee Cook, Member; Sherri Schieffer, CouNty Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The Clerk presented the minutes of September ll;September 18;Emergency Session September 18;September 29;Octoher 2;special Qctober 4;October 6. Cook made the motion to approve the mira:tes as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Oook, aye; I:itchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Clerk presented cash appropriations: Mortgage Certification Fee, 630.00; Sheriff's Service Fee, 1371.26; Self Insurance, 1119.80; Mechanic Lien, 135.00; Self Insurance, 43.09; Highway Cash, Fairgrounds l~ad, 554.15; Highway Cash: M&O, 48475.80; C/O, 30000.00; Personnel Services, 59000.00; Restricted Highway, 9719.47. Cook made the motion to approve the cash appropriations as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Clerk presented transfers of appropriations: Treasurer's Mortgage Certification Account, lapsed balances 88-89 to 89-90, 40.80; Highway Cash, C/O to M&O, 4000.00. County Clerk, 78.70; Assessor, 130.47; I~evaluation, 31.35; Election Board, 5.88; Building Engineer, 8.95; Sheriff, 75.77; District Attorney, 81.97; Treasurer, 58.11~ Commission, 10.27; Extension, 51.81; total to Office Supplies, 533.28. The Clerk presented blanket purchase orders: Health Department: Hobby Lobby, 25.00; Radio Shack, 25.00; Highway, 300.00. Cook made the motion to approve the blanket purchase orders as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Clerk presented purchase order 531, Federal Express, in the amount of 39.50 to be disallowed. Cook made the motion to disallow the purchase order from payment as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. '19~e Clerk presented monthly reports~ Election Board: Receipts, 1381.32; disbursements, 465.20: Sheriff: Receipts, 3851.19; Disbursements:Sheriff Service Fee, 1080.00; 1371.26; OTC, 1397.53; County Clerk: Receipts, 17593.16; Disbursements: O~, 3864,59; General Fund, 13350.61; ML Cash Fund, 135.00. Mitchell made the motion to approve the reports as presented. Cook seconded. Motton carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. Cook presented items of inventory to be declared junk: 1969 Ford Pickup, F25YKF31642, 3/4 ton F250XIII; 1982 (IMC i Ton truck, welding; 1GDHC34WICV562955. Cook made the motion to cea~ve the items from inventory. Mitchell seconded. Motic~ carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Clerk presented alooholic beverage tax: Cushing, 1119.92; Glencoe, 71.08; Perkins, 255.60; Ripley, 65.43; stillwater, 5551.44; Yale, 239.65. Cook made the motion to approve the allocation as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; MitChell, aye; Moreland, aye. Mitchell presented a Safety Policy Statement for Payne County for the Board's ounsideration. Mitchell requested it be placed on the naxt agenda for discusslon. Cook stated that on October II at 2:53 p.m. there was a vehicle accident involving a County truck. There was no property damage and the Highway Patrol was called to investigate. The Trooper did not cite either party. Cook requested that this be noted for future reference. The Chairmancalleda recess at 9:45 a.m. The Chairman called the meeting back to order at 10:00 a.m. Ms. Cora Stewart presented bids to be opened. t 90-06 Tires and Tubes, Highway and Sheriff Lionel Harris, Cushing OK T & w Ttce Company, ~id, OK Goodyear Auto Service, Stillwater UIx)n review of the bids, Cook made the motion to accept the b~ds and evaluate on aper order baeesacoording to availabilityand Iow price. MitChell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The following purchase orders were approved for payment: I~IERVES FOB 1988 - 1989 - 4454, Fenton's Office Supply, Repair Deed Book A 160.00, DISTP/CTATTOI~"Y, 1029, Xerox Corporation, Service Charge, 180.00, 110 Corporation, service Charge, 180.00, II01, US Sprint, Phone Service,91.95. SI4F~/FF, 0151, Shideler's PhoZocraft, Film, 28.00, 567, Dan Schroeder, Radio Repair, 204.45, 685, ~e.eHardwarm, September Blanket, 21.70, 686, B & C Office Supply, September Blanket, 44,51, 687, C.T~Covington, MDSeptember Blanket, .... !! i!!!/!/ BATMAN VS. JOKER, PART H--Eric Hall (Batman) and Jon Shultz (Joker) were reedy to do battle Qv~ all the candy they were going to get Trick-or-Treating and at the 4th Annual Monster Mash. These two boys were among many students of Perkins Elementary School who dressed up for Halloween this past Tuesday. NFG Supreme Gal claimed the calf and Reserve Grand Polled Hereford heifer title at the West Texas State Fair. Her owners include Wagon Wheel Ranch, Hillsboro, Texas, and Betty Anne Tucker, Perkins, Oklahoma. COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS Xerox Corporation, Maintenance A~reement, 141.00, 1146, Duane MCVey, Septea~er Travel, 275.52. COUNTY CLERK, 819, Ace Hardware, Paint & Primer, 12.53, 866, Anacomp, DCIChempak, 66.65, 952,~ompson'sBook &Supply, I~rCrayor~, ~.84, 1121, BMI Corporation, Copies, 6.61. ASSESSOR , 872, Thorn's Book & Supply, File Cabinet, 221.10, 914, Ace Hardware, Casters & Sockets, 5.79, 1116, Walmart, ~il~, 13.26. REVALUATION, 733, Griffith Petroleum, September alanket, 45.93, 946, Walma~t, Breaker Boxes, 101.48 , 1108, Walmart, Film, 159.12. GENERAL OPF2ATIONS, 339, Perkins Journal, August Publications, 157.44, 821, Carpenter PaparCo., Paper, 1730.00, 1022, SouthwescecnSellTelephone, Telephone Billing, 1938.80, 1025, Air-O-Heating & Air, Monthly maintenance, 89.66, 1026, Eoolab Pest Elimination, MonthlyPestControl, 70.00, 1027, MontgomeryElevatorService, Monthly Maintenance, 53.77, 1128, Oklahoma Natural Gas, Gas Billing, 233.67, 1129, IBM Corporation, Lease Payment, 232.00, 1133, A T & T Credit Corp., I~.ase Payment, 697.89, 1183, A T & T, Maintenance on CPU, 25.00, i184, Pitney Bowes, Inc. Postage Meter Rental, 109.50, 1185, Eastman Kodak, Maintenance on Copier, 358.13. OCMPUTER, 1163, CPS Business Systems, Maintetk%nce, 9,591.00. BUILDING ENGINEER, 536, Grimsley's, Supplies, 412.43, 738, Clean Clothes Service, September Blanket, 43.20, 739, Ace Hardware, Septe~r Blanket, 74.21, 818, Grimsley's, Sign, 14.30, 873, Ace Hardware, Inflator, 81.99. HIGH, CASH, 058, Stewart Stone, 3= Crusher Run, 3,963.00, 257, Stewart Stone, I/I" Down, 1259.59, 383, Wright's Lawn & Garden, August Blanket, 73.20, 388, Mac's Body Shop, Tow Rites Held The funeral for S. Frank Denny, 63, of Del City was held Tues., Oct. 24 in the Bryant Avenue Baptist Church of Del City. He died Sunday, Oct. 22, 1989, in South Community Hospital of Oklahoma City. The Rev. Michael Harmon, church minister, officiated at the sevice and interment followed in Arlington Memorial Garden Cemetery at Midwest City. The son of Samuel Beckwith and Ada Valera Denny, he was born Nov. 13, 1925, in Yale. He and the former Estelene Henderson were married May 27, 1967, in Oklahoma City. At one time he had lived in Stfllwater. He has been a resident of Del City since I~ I retired from a civil ~ B at Tinker Air Force His parents, a broth~ have predeceased him.~ He is survived by _him [] home, a daughter, R~ Smith-Tull of Del Ci~ Michael Frank Russell Wallace City end Clay N ormam There are four Also surviving are Victor Joseph Denny and Samuel Allen Oklahoma City; M arilyn Bristol of Helen Salmon of Margaret Hancock of 1 Borders Funeral Services Smith on Oct. 9, 1976 Tenr~ He came to area that yeaL He and worked as a Kerns Construction. Survivors include Humboldt; his wi! Chrstopher, of the daughters: Michelle the home, Kimberly and Karen Borders Mo. and Mrs. John Corsicana, Texas; grandchildre~ Also four brothe Borders of Elgin, Ill., Funeral services for Willie Levi Borders of Stillwater were held Monday, Oct. 30, 1989 at 2 p.rm in Strode Funeral Home with The Rev. Charles Armstrong officiating. Burial was in the Fairlawn C emetery with a flag presentation by Hanner-Sharp American Legion Post No. 129. Casketbearers included Gordon Williams, David Kerns, Charlie Case, Don Brashear~ J.W. Watson and David Clark. Borders died Thursday, Oct. 26 in Stillwater Medical Center at the age of 45. Born in Gadsden. Tenr~ on July 31, 1944, he was the son of Willie and Bertha (Emerson) Borders. He attended school in Tennessee and was in the Army from 1966 to 1972, including service in Vietnan~ He married Martha Elizabeth of Alamo, Tenm, Lan~ Humboldt, Tenn. ndI] of Gadsden, Tenm; sisters: Bety McNam Carolyn Hutchinson Tenn. end Kathy Bl~ Tenr~ I I II I Wedding? Birth? Anniversary ? The Journal would like to know! Call 547-2411 PAYNE COUNI~ COMMISSION Special Session October 23, 1989 The PayneCountyBoard of Do m missioners met in a Special Meeting 23, 1989. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda ~ Courthouse, Stillwater, OK on Thursday, October 19, 1989. The f~i present: Carl Moreland, Chairman; MS. Bernice Mitchell, vice~h~i~ Dee Cook, Member; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at I0:00 a.m. Mr. Jack Boyec presented a ]~solution of Vacation of Utility Eas~ RESOLUTION ~ereas, Harland B. Wells is the owner of the following desc situated in Payne County, State of Oklahoma, to wit: North Park, A subdivision in lot three, In the SW/4 Section 31-4~ Whereas, the said Harland B. Wells has made application to the B~ Commissioners of Payne County requesting that the following des~ Line Easements of North Park be closed to public use; and Truck Service, 25.92, 419, Wolff's oilfieldService, Road Oil, 1008.00, 475, Jack Whereas, the hereinafter described Utility easements are not u~ & Son Radiator, Repair & Rod Radiator, 30.00, 518, Stewart Stone, 1/2" Down, for Payne County purposes for the use of the holde~ O~ a franch~ 1309.78, 538, Hamilton's Communications, Repair Radio, 280.96, 589, Stewart having any special rights or privilege granted by legislative~e~m~e Stone, i 1/2" Crusher Run, 3,498.00, 590, Caldwell Implement, Inc. Bepair, ~reas, said Easements have never been used~y the public; NoW 287.20, 598, Stewart Stone, 1 1/2" Filter Stone, 2,575.94, 607, Hughes Lumber it resolved by the Board of Oounty (~issioners of Payne (~ CO., Lumber, 114.22, 622, Stewart Stone, 1 1/2" Crusher Run, 1,999.20, 675, following described easements for utilities as set forth in Goodyear Auto Service Center, Tires, 2,063.10, 680, Okla. State :ndustries, Road Dedication of North Pa~k, to wit: The North ~wenty Feet over lot Signs, 1,559.64, 701, ;~damsSupplyCompany, September Blanket, 16.72, 703, Alhert Equipment, September Blanket, 580.15, 704, American Welding Supply, September Blanket, 282.56, 707, Cimarron Valley Motors, September Blanket, 91.12, 708, Coast to Coast, September Blanket, 4.30, 709, Cushing Lumber O0a~y, September Slanket, 44.09, 710, Duff Battery, Inc, September Blanket, 94.00, 711, Harris A[xx) Service Station, September Blanket, 122.50, 712, Harris oil Company, Septe~ser Blanket, 278.02, 716, Bobertson Automotive, September Blanket, 682.57, 717, Standard Auto Parts, September Blanket, 493.50, 718, Tim's Tire shop, September Blanket, 166.~0, 719, Vassar super Stop #2, September Blanket, 47.70, 720, Walmart, September Blanket, 31.25, 722, Albert F~uipmenc, September Blanket, 153.54, 723, CimarronTruck Supply, Sept~r~)er Blanket, 144.01, 724, Clean Clothes Service, September Blanket, 84.60 , 725, Farm & Home Supply, September Blanket, 75.05, 726, Green Light Auto, September Blanket, 141.73, 727, Llles Battery Distribution, September Blanket, 143.23, 728, Maln Auto Supply,'September Blanket, 637.95, 730, Walmart, September Blanket, 118.17, 731, walt's Truck Service, September Blanket, 160.00, 746, Okla. Sept. of Transportation, Lease Purchase Payment, 3,747.04, 749, Kerns Construction Co. Ht~{L, 2,081.52, 765, Stewart Stone, 1/2" Down, 2,500.58, 769, Kerns 769, Dyna Systems, Washers, Nuts, Screws, 538.64, 776, Frank's Diesel Service, Repair, 400.00, 777, Harris oil CO.,. Motor Oil, 669.25, 791, Wilson Chevrolet, Searing Retainer, 56.00, 79~, sunbelt Equip. & Supply, Used Steel, 407.00, 824, Goodyear Auto Service, Tires, 4,063.28, 830, Jack & Son Radiator, Repair & Clean Radiator, 85.00, 836, Harris Oil Company, MOtor Oil, 302.50, 848, City Glass Co., Glass, 55.00, 849, Harris Oil Co., Grease Cartridges, 57.00, 886~Reiley's Muffler, Labor to Install, 70.00, 890, Harris Oil Cempany, Antifreeze, 847.00, 897, l~rtson Automotive, Parts, 186.37, 898, Speed-A-Way Oil & Gas, Diesel, 2,348.68, 904, Wolff's Oilfield Service, Boad Oil, 2,016.00, 924, Vassar Super Stop #2, Seal~, 128.65, 928, R. K. Machine, Repair, 63.00 , 929, Cushing Extinguisher, Bracket, 17.50, 935, Hamilton's (3m~munications, Misc. I~ts, 52.20, 939, Reiley's Muffler, Repair, 100.00, 941, Harris Oil Gumpany, Oil & Antifreeze, 726.00, 947, Duff Battery, Inc. 6 Volt Batteries, 163.50, 948, Harris Oil Co., Hydraulic Oil, 123.75, 950, Tony's Crude Oil, Tank Bottom, 1,008.00, 951, GibbleGasCo., Gasoline & Diesel, 5,316.69, 953, An3ac, Inc., External Speaker, 13.95, I000, Frank's Diesel Servzce, Overhaul Engine, 2500.00, 1014, HailrDadYard, Stringers, 195.00, 1035, Okla Dept of Transportation, Lease Payments, 3,060.14, 1082, Clmarron Truck Supply, Rewire Trailer, 25.85, 1086, City of Cushing, Electricity Billing, 310.41, 1102, Arkansas Louisiana:'Gas, Natural Gas Billing, 47.36, 1114, StillwaterNewsPress, Notice, 16.75, 1181, Southwestern BellTelephone, Telepho,e Bill, 144.52. COOR~K~OSE/JAIL, 877, Cummins Southern Plains, Backup Generator Relay, 311.80. HEALTH DEFART~, 510, Derr FillauerMedical, Supplies, 131.62, 692, Ace Hardware, September Blanket, 38.47, 693, Cushing Office Supply, Septembe~ Blanket, 15.75, 694, Escotts Grocery Store, September Blanket, 9.75, 697, Raymond McIntire, September Blanket, 60.00, 698, Stillwater MedlcalCenter, Septe~r Blanket, 2.50, 700, Walmart, September Blanket, 226.02, 755, Durr Fillauer Medical, Supplies, 88.72, 826, A~ericanTechnical Inc., Repair, 45.00, 915, Cowboy Copy Centre, Field Manual, 45.32, 1015, Business Medical Systems, HCFA 1500 Forms, 32.58, 1018, Psychological Assessment, MM~I Profiles, 52.80, 1021, Rens' Ward, September Travel, 41.21, 1030, Manisses (~Ications, Publication, 79.00, 1031, National Center for Clinics, Subscription, 18.00, 1109, Carl L. Jones, September Travel, 150.47 , 1110, Shelly A. Klingaman, September Travel, 31.98, IIii, Frank Marburger, Septeraber Travel, 210.54, 1113, Ray~ McIntiEe, M~wing & Trimming, 60.00, I150,. Ace Hardware, Supplies, 25.57, 1156, Betty Wright, Sept~r Travel, 101.68, 1167, Deloris Fowler, Nursing Services, 1189.44, 1168, Janice Norrls, Travel Per Diem, 36.25, 1169, Page Cooper, RN, Travel Per Diem, 53.65, 1170, Ed Perreault, Maintenance Services, I01.25, 1171, Payne County Treasurer, Revaluation Charges, 3,973.63, 1171, City of Cushing, Electricity Billing, 326.46, 1173, Linda l~]mondson, September Travel, 98.22, 1174, Sharron Breaker, September Travel, 91.25, 1175, Ix)ri June Gaither, September Travel, 11.89, 1176, Deloris Fowler, September Travel, 83.23, 1177, Twenty feet over lot 22; the North Twenty feet over lot 23 and the feet Over lot 24 in North Park, a subdivision in Lot 3, S~/4 Se~ R3E of the Indian Meridian, Payne County, State of Oklahoma, aCC recorded Plat thereof, he and the same are hereby vacated and clOl use. Cook made the motion to approve the Vacation of Utility Easement Addition as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye. Ms. Cora Stewart, Purchasing Agent, presented bids for opening: aid 90-07 Sale of Caterpillar Motorgrader I. Albert Equipment, Tulsa, OK 2. TKO Equipment, Tulsa, OK 3. Foley Tractor, Wichita, Kansas 4, Sabre International, Tulsa, OK Bid 90-08 New Motorgrader District 33 99752.00 i 90200.00 82001.00 93625.00 I. Kirby Smith, Oklahoma City, OK nb 2. C. L. Boydcompany, Oklahoma Cicy, OK nb 3. Albert Equipraent, Tulsa, OK 97509.00 4. L. B. Smith, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK nb 5. Norther~Equi~ment, Enid, OK 91522.00 6. Midwestern Equipment, Oklahom~ City, OK nb 7. AISOontinental Equipment, Oklahoma City, OK 79000.00 The Board discussed the Safety & Loss Control Statement. the District Attorney's Office has reviewed the policy. Cook tht the County will be responsible for the purchase of employees if the employee is required to wear it. The Board for additional information. The Clerk presented a transfer of appropriation: District Operations, 138.40. C0okmade the motion to approve the transfers Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye! %%a Clerk presented designstionofHealthDepartment~ployees: Rene Ward; Requisitioning Officer, JoAnn Beverage. Cook made approve the designations as presented. Mitchell seconded. Cook, aye~ Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. Morelana requested authorization to overlay Muhall BoSd 1/4 mile to the County Line to connect with the State Project in Logan the motion to approve the project as requested. Mitchell carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, aye. The Chairman called a recess at I0:]0 a.m. The Chairman called to order at 10:45 a.m. Moreland recommended that the bid Motorgrade; be aw~x~ to the highest bidder, Albert Equipment! 08, purc/~ase of Motor~rader, be awarded to Albert Equipment as best. (~ made the motion to accept the rec~m~ndation as i ~. M~tion carried: Cook, sye; Mitchell, aye; Moreland, The fol~ing purchase orders wets approved for payment: General: Extension- U.S. B~stoffice, ~x~stage, 225.00; General O~f~ )5.25, 688 Central ~ug store September Blanket, 77.06 ~9, Main ~to Supply, JoyceE. Ru~, September T~avel, 64.72, 1178, Vickie a. Geor~, September Trsvel, l~stmaster, postage, 6600.00. I ~pte~berBlanket, 184.23, 690, R. Jay Cleaners, Septea~ber Blanket, 93.80, 691, 53.65, 1179, Maril~ Gate~, September Travel, 79.89. SHERI~ ~RVI~ F~ 587, %alet Car Wash, September Blanket, 11.78 , 770, ~ke Lumber Company, Yellow Hational Law~forcement, Homicide Investigation, 240.00, 602, Central Vo-Tech, O0okmade the motion ~j~rn. Mitchell seconded. Mstion carri~ Pine, 2.70, 790, Oven Thomas Ford, ~shing Kit, 52.27~ 1006, Goodyear ~toHost~e Negotiations, 15.00, 1134, Gage Western Store, Uniform Winter Hats, Mitchell, ~d; Morelaad, aye. Service Canter, Tires, 224.44, 1007, Stillwater Tag~ency, ~g & Title,, 15.00, 840.00. DISPUTE RESOLUTIOK, 1088, ~chacd A. ~nry, ~il~b~rse~ent, 56.16. 1009, ~imsleyls, ~, 36.90, 1023, Still~ter l~dicel ~ntec, ~x~mas Z. HI(~II4AY CASH, 763, (~lapaw ~ny, 1 1/2" Filter Stone, 2,575.75, 1099, ~r~ O/~ Woo~i~e, 100.38, 1120, Detriment of ~blic ~feCy, User Fee, 297.00, 1123,O~nstr~tion CO., ~phaltic Co~rete, 141,945.00. F~y~ R. Bazral, ~Im~sement, 119.52, 1130, ~Iter L. I~, ~imbursement, r 6.00, 1131, willi~ G. EnrS~, DDS, ~illip ~ick, 60.00, 1164, Shi~ler'sCoOk made the ~tion to ~journ. Mitchall seconded. Msti~ ~rried~ Cook, a~; Photc~raft, Developer, 82.05. ~EAS5%~, 676, Cowboy Copy Cen~e, Apportionment Mi~:~aell, a~; Moreland, ~e. Copie~ ~ntal, 1710.~. CQMMI~I~ 1140, Carl MoreN, ~Imbur~t, 56.65, ~c ~ I141, dimmle ~e Cook, ~Imbursement, 30.00. EXTENSI~. 522, Carpenter Paper Company, Papar, 234.20, ii18, Xerox Corporation, ~ase Payment, 181.88, 1142, rl ~/r--A- County Clerk 0 ~!