A $120,000 lawsuit was filed in Oklahoma County District Court on Wednesday against Grandmother Calendar Co. Inc., a failed Oklahoma City-based printing company.
Carlin K. Yates, Debra Yates, Joseph N. Freund and Sharla Freund named Grandmother Calendar Co. Inc., Max E. Harris, Harvey M. Harris and David F. Johnson in the case.
The petition said the calendar company signed a $60,000 promissory note with the Yates and a similar note with the Freunds in October. The note is overdue, the petition said.
Harvey Harris was chief executive officer of Grandmother Calendar, 928 NW 60, until the business closed in December, leaving some 38,000 unfilled orders from customers nationwide.
Calendar customers have been calling the Oklahoma City Better Business Bureau and the state attorney general's office seeking the return of their calendar material, often including family photographs.
A process of sorting and returning the materials began in late January.
Rumors Slow Alexander Stock NEW YORK - Stock in Alexander Energy Corp. sank in active trading Wednesday on market rumors the company won't be sold any time soon.
The Oklahoma City-based oil company later tried to deny the speculation, saying it was talking to a number of interested companies.
The talk that dominated Wall Street trading most of the day had Alexander Energy chairman Bob G. Alexander telling employees Tuesday night he hadn't received any acceptable bids for the company .
Alexander on Wednesday confirmed he met with employees but said he told them several acquisition negotiations were continuing.
Alexander shares closed down 25 cents, or 4.6 percent, at $5.25 in Wednesday's trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market.
Closely held National Energy Group Inc. revealed in November it wanted to take over Alexander Energy for $7.50 a share in cash and stock, but that deal appears to have fallen through.