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PAGE 12 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 15, 1984 COURT S Civi! Cases Fried C- 702 Stillwater Na- tion :Bank & Trust vs. Jam~s E. Alexander, mon6~' judgement o~ )rom~ar note, r Y $28,1~4.00, Herr Baker anc : stler. d-84~03 StiUwater Na- tio~ :Bank & Trust vs. Do~ Caricofe, money judgement on pro- miq~ary note, $8,366.87, HeFt Baker and Kistler. (~:84-704 Evans & As~bciates Construction Co,Inc., vb. CMS and/or L~ Tedron, transfer frozfi small claims. C~4-705 Henry E. Brahstetter vs. State of OK, b~x rel Department of Public Safety, revocation of D.L., Mary Bernice She~ick. C;84-706 Kenneth S. Blood vs. State of OK, ex rel Department of Public Saf4ty, revocation of D.~ Szlichta, Morgan and.Ramsey. C-B4-707 Republic Su~ly Co. vs. James J. Joseph GiUiland, foreign judgement, Jochens, Sargent and Blaes. C~4-708 Louis War- rior :vs. Linda Dennis, mo~y judgement for $1,~5.00, Williams, Clark & Earl. C:~4-709 Ronald D. & t Mefferd vs. Delton John Mefferd,'Chris Szlichta. JFD-84-556 Earl D. Vick vs. Geraldine Yvonne Vick, Clee Fitzgerald. JFD-84-557 Peggy Sue Catlett vs. Danny Gene Catlett, Charles Campbell. JFD-84-558 Susan H. Bonny vs. Donald Michael Bonny, Melissa DeLacerda. JFD-84-560 Betty An- nHeppel vs. Donald Ray Hepperl, Robert Murphy. Marriage License Applications: Magby Gerald Porter, 40, and Marilyn Louise Holmes, 38, both of Stillwater. Charles Matthew Woolridge, 22, and Virginia Lea Hammock, 24, both of Cushing. William Lawrence Taylor, 23, and Lita Darl- ing Dunn, 38, both of Stillwater. Vernon Wayne Scott, 30, and Amelia Ann Moore, 38, both of Yale. Danny Keith Wilson, 29, Perkins, and Cheryl Marie Price, 23, Glencoe. Harlan Keith Arnold, 20, and Jennifer Anne Matthews, 19, both of Stfllwater. These gorgeous "In- dian Summer" days are too beautiful to last, but we know everyone has been enjoying them nonetheless. Even though we have had fabulous weather, and were closed one day for Columbus Day, we had our best October on record! Adults checked out 613 books, and children took 292 for a total of 905; 206 over Oc- tober, 1983. It does make us feel so good about the way the books are being used. As we've pointed out before, what better thing to do with your tax money--buy books, then USE THEM. 128 books were mend- ed, 17 post cards about overdue books sent out, and had one story hour with 3 children since our regular attendants were not able to come for several weeks. As usual, we have some exciting books to tell you about. Fiction: TEETH OF THE WOLF--in dying Nazi Germany, Hitler sets up a group to get rid of Her- mann Goring, whom he believes to be a t~aitor to the Reich--exciting in- trigue; LINCOLN by Gore Vidal--in the format of a moving historical novel, the author shows this president, usually thought of in super- human stature, to be in- tensely vulnerable, but sums up the idea that had there been no Lin- coln there would be no nation; THE UN- DISCOVERED ZANE GREY FISHING STORIES--representing some of Grey's finest outdoor writing and almost unknown until now; THE FOURTH PROTOCOL--Frederick Forsythe's newest novel shows him up to his usual fast-paced, well- structured, form of intrigue. Non-fiction includes: THE FLAME TREES OF THIKA--made into a series shown on PBS, a young girl recalls her time of adventure and freedom on a small farm in Kenya; FIRST FAMI- LY: GEORGE WASHINGTON AND HIS INTIMATE RELA- TIONS by Bourne, tells how Washington's fami- ly life was a vital part of his nature, affecting his character, disposition, reactions, opinions, and decisions; GREAT ADVENTURERS-- includes unusual persons_ e such as: Odysseus, Richard Burton (the traveler, not the actor}, Lawrence of Arabia, Heinrich Schlieman, Jane Goodall, Chichester, Cousteau & Gauguin--showing that adventurers are not always explorers of foreign countries; BEGINNERS GUIDE TO TENNIS--a clearly written book with infor- mation a beginner needs and wants to know about the game; ALTER- NATIVE HOME HEATING--a timely and unique guide to getting the most out of different types of heating, such as solar, wood-burning systems, and heat pumps; CHILTON'S GUIDE TO CON- SUMERS' AUTO RE- PAIRS AND PRICES-- how to save money on repairs and accessories; JIM THORPE, WORLD'S GREATEST operating out of Tokyo from 1933 to 1941, this details the undercover manipulations of one of the most ingenious spy rings of the century; BEFORE THE COL- ORS FADE-A LOOK BACK by Harry Reasoner--from one of the most loved and ad- mired of all television newsmen. Then we have the child- rens' selections. Fiction: NOISY GANDER--his father is criticized for being noisy, but the gosling finds out the reason; MALCOLM YUCCA SEED-- returning home from the reservation school, Malcolm needs to find his Navajo name; TONWEYA AND THE EAGLES AND OTHER LAKOTA INDIAN TALES--wonderful tales of Fox, the trickster, and trhiners; COME BY and field events HERE--in the early high jumping, 1900's in Baltimore, vaulting, long Maryland, things can be and triple hard if you are an or- history and phan, a girl, and black; background. A SHELTER FROM THE book for WIND--when her fatherfans; ART remarried, 12 year old STORY-THE Stacey ran away to find serving her real mother; A through HORSE FOR X.Y.Z.-- ble is also a just one ride on Snake. house for basis of : Dancer, the quarter horse, was Solveig's dream--this is new from Moeri, who wrote SAVE QUEEN OF SHEBA- one of the best authors for children; THE HAUNTING OF AMERICA--Ghost stories from our past; ROCK TUMBLING-- from stones to gems to jewelry; A VERY YOUNG CIRCUS FLYER--filled with the most important works; AS I SAW WOMEN WHO THE AlV accounts of some America's most turous and women; a Union frontier doctor, joined the '49'ers Rush, and many 'tWhy do girl others: POETRY FOR there are different ways crazy SPACE ENTHUSI- of showing concern for jokes. photographs and infor- always beat boy mice mation about the Ringl- a race?--because ing Brothers Circus and one of the youngest A quote from A trapeze artists; FOOT- MICE JOKE BALL FUGITIVE-- drive all your with these ATHLETE--the full ASTS--easy poems for those closest to you, biography of a remark- air-minded children; Larry finds. able Oklahoman; THE THE MOST DANGER- Non-fiction for children: Well be looking NEW CONCISE FAMI- OUS ANIMAL IN MODERN SOCCER you to come in: 12:30' LY HEALTH & MEDI- THE WORLD --how SUPERSTARS--Pele, 7:00 Mondays-12:30 CAL GUIDE--with ac- man shapes his environ- Kyle Rote, Jr., and many curate information on ment; THE MON- others famous soccer your physical needs; DAY HORSES--when stars are told about in I~ARGET TOKYO: THE her horse has an acci- this book about a STORY OF THE dent, Cass learns a lot favorite sport; JUMP SORGE SPY RING-- about stables and horse ING FOR JOY--track 5:00 Tuesday Friday; 9:00 Saturdays--and some of these out. Do~ forget Story Hour; Thursday mornings. Elleh G. Robinson vs. Thomas Dale Crozier Sr. & Thomas Dale Crozier Jr., money judgement for inj~ies, $260,000.00, Ade!, Musser & Sok~iosky. C-84-710 Dabora & Ronald D. Robinson, vs. Thomas Dale Crozier St. & Thomas Dale Crozier Jr., money judgement for injuries, $200,000.00, Adel; Musser & Sokol0sky. C-84-711 Ellen G. & Ronald D. Robinson vs. Thomas Dale Crozier Sr. & Thomas Dale Crozier Jr., money judgement for personal injuries, $2500, AdeI, Musser & Sokolosky. C-84-712 MISCO Leas- ing Co. vs. Danny Lee Furman dba D&S Ren- tals, .money judgement for breech of lease, $2629.18, Vengernan, Conner & Little. C-84-713 First Na- tional Bank & Trust Co. Cushing vs. Donna Sylvester Garlic, money judgement on pro- miss~ry note, $6,000, Forsyth. C-84-714 William K. Edwards vs. New Order Construction Co. and American Land and Ex- ploration Co., transfer from small claims, Robert E. Black. C-84-715 Universal Underwriters Insurance Co. vS. Jack Danuse dba Damiser's Yamaha, ,money judgement on ac- coun~t, $1325.39, John Severe. C-~4-716 Stffiwater Na- tional Bank & Trust vs. Richard L. Wheatley Jr., money judgement for promissary note, $21,249.85, Hert Baker & Kistler. ~Probate Filed P-84-205 Will of Lotr Ann.: Davis, Melissa DeL~icerda. P-84-206 Joint Tenant of Vfillie Lee Smith, J. Stewart Arthurs. DiVorces File~ (Inco~patability unless othe~vise notecL) JFD-84-549 Patricia Kay Davidson vs. Billy Eugene Davidson, James Springer Jr. JFD-84-550 Vestina L. Sine Gossett vs. Alan W. Gossett, emergency prc~ tection order. JFD-84-551 George D. Bow4rs Jr. vs. Karri Mae Nobl~ Bowers, John D. Couch Jr. JFD-84-552 Mary Estl~r LaVinge, George Randal LaVinge, Melissa DeLl.erda. JFD-84-553 Roberta E. Brown vs. David C. Got- fried, emergency protec- tion order. JFD-84-554 Kathy Jonei vs. Kenneth Jones, emesgency protection JFD-84-555 Terri Lynn i ii: "It all depends on where the problem is. 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