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Official Newspaper of Roger Mills County

VOLUME 114, NUMBER 6

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013

RMC Cattlemen's Meeting It is time for the annual meeting of the Roger Mills County Cattlemen's Association. The meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. Monday, October 21, 2013 at the Cheyenne Ag Pavilion. Dinner will be served at the meeting. Annual dues will be collected at the meeting. Dues for 2014 will be $15 per person or $20 per

family. Dues can be mailed to RMCCA, PO Box 611, Cheyenne, OK 73628. The meeting will cover election of officers and directors, the 2013 Bull Sale, 2013 financial statement and the 2014 Bull Sale. Andrea Chain Hutchison of the Chain Land & Cattle Company will be the guest speaker. Andrea is an

active member of many organizations and she continues to ranch on the same ranch that was homesteaded by her great grandfather in 1893. She will give a brief history of the Chain Ranch operations and will discuss her involvement in the beef industry and with organizations. She will also discuss the different advocacies in which she is involved.

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ADULT FACEBOOK SAFETY CLASS Don from Western Plains Library System in Clinton will be giving a free adult training on Facebook safety on Thursday, October 10 at 6:00 PM in the Minnie R. Slief Library. Make plans now to attend. CRAFT TIME AT THE LIBRARY Thursday, October 10 is Craft Time day for children ages 8-11 at 3:45. FIRST ANNUAL ROGER MILLS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ART CONTEST The Minnie R. Slief Library is sponsoring the first of a planned annual contest for county high school students. The competition 14. Deadline for submissions is opens on October 14 (which coin- November 8. cides with Teen Read Week) and 10. Judging will take place runs through Nov. 8. The contest, November 21, 2013 during the next the judging and the exhibition have Library Board Meeting. planned around basketball season 11. Exhibition of all entries making it easier for students to and open house Thursday night, participate and for parents to attend December 5 from 6:00-8:00 the exhibition. Students do not SLIEF LIBRARY IS INSTIhave to be enrolled in an art class TUTIONAL MEMBER OF THE to compete. Here are the contest OKLAHOMA LIBRARY FOR details. THE BLIND AND PHYSICALLY 1. Must be a high school HANDICAPPED student in Roger Mills County The Oklahoma Library for the (Cheyenne, Hammon, Reydon) in Blind and the Physically Handigrades 9-12 capped has a service that provides 2. Homeschooled high school free audio books and players to students are eligible patrons with vision difficulties. 3. Subject: Life in Roger The Minnie R. Slief Library has Mills County (scenery, animals, partnered with that library to etc.) provide services to county res4. Size: No larger than 16x20 idents. The audio books are on (not counting mat and frame) cassette, and the state library has 5. Submissions should be sent a cassette player for use in unframed and matted in white the library. Currently, we have 6. Medium: Oil, acrylic, 12 books on cassette, and they watercolor or pastel will send 12 at a time to us. When 7. Judging: The Minnie R. we are finished with these 12, we Slief Library Board and Librarian will receive another shipment of Charlotte Nance will be judging 12. Titles available: Rethinking the entries Thin: The New Science of Weight 8. Paintings earning a place Loss; Vixen 03 by Clive Cussler; of 1st-3rd will be hung in the Min- Nightwalkers by P.T. Deutermann; nie R. Slief Library Meeting Room An Irish Country Girl by Patrick Lobby for 1 year Taylor; Valkyrie by Philipp F. 9. Contest opens October Von Boeselager, When You Are

Engulfed in Flames by David Sedaris; Mistress of the Monarchy the Life Katherine by Alison Weir; Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage by Elizabeth Gilbert; Breath and Bone by Carol Berg; President Lincoln: The Duty of a Statesman by William Lee Miller; Life After Life by Kate Atkinson; and Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cancer Book by Jack Canfield and others. This service is also available through the postal service for patrons who wish to have the materials and machines sent directly to their home. The library has applications for receiving the services available. For more information, please call Librarian Charlotte Nance at 580497-3777. TEEN READ WEEK OBSERVED The week of October 14-18 is Teen Read Week sponsored by the American Library Association. This year’s theme is Into the Unknown. The Slief Library will be showing a movie on Thursday night, October 17 at 6:00 pm to students currently enrolled in grades 7-12. Our movie license requirements prohibit us from announcing the title in any place ex-

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The Western Oklahoma Family Care Center Fundraiser Banquet was held October 1, 2013 at the Family Life Center of the United Methodist Church in Elk City. Mardi Gras Magic was this year's theme. Tickets were $25 each and sponsor levels ranged from $500 to $5,000. The meal was catered by Cattle Call. The banquet raised $35,000, which was much less than WOFCC President Tim Bell was expecting. In previous years the event has raised $69,000 and $41,000. All of the funds raised will be used to help with operational funds to keep the organization open. Security State Bank of Cheyenne & Hammon sponsored the Roger Mills County table at the banquet. Those attending were LeighAnn King, Linda Maddux, Kathy Sadler, Carolyn Ford, Denise Parman and Terry Thompson. Services offered at WOFCC include Hope Medical Clinic, Hope Dental Clinic, optometry assistance, utility assistance, financial

Government Shutdown Forces Closure of Washita Battlefield National Historic Site

and life counseling, GED, Help, Inc., and job placement. WOFCC is a Board-governed, volunteer-driven, donor-supported, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, compassionate ministry serving un-

der-privileged individuals and families in Western Oklahoma. The main office is located in the Community Care Center at 609 W Ave E in Elk City.

Government Shutdown Enters Second Week with No End in Sight WASHINGTON (AP) — The government shutdown entered its second week with no end in sight and ominous signs that the United States was closer to the first default in the nation's history as Speaker John Boehner ruled out any measure to boost borrowing authority without concessions from President Barack Obama. Washington will be closely watching the financial markets on Monday to see if the uncompromising talk rattles Wall Street and worldwide economies just 10 days before the threat of default would be imminent. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warned that the budget brinkmanship was "playing with fire" and implored Congress to pass legislation to re-open the government and increase the nation's $16.7 trillion debt limit. Lew reiterated that Obama has no intention to link either bill to Republican demands for changes in the 3-yearold health care law and spending cuts. A defiant Boehner insisted that Obama must negotiate if the president wants to end the shutdown and avert a default that could trigger a financial crisis and recession that would echo 2008 or worse. The 2008 financial crisis plunged the country into the worst recession since the Great Depres-

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sion of the 1930s. "We're not going to pass a clean debt limit increase," the Ohio Republican said in a television interview. "I told the president, there's no way we're going to pass one. The votes are not in the House to pass a clean debt limit, and the president is risking default by not having a conversation with us." Boehner also said he lacks the votes "to pass a clean CR," or continuing resolution, a reference to the temporary spending bill

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Weekly Devotion

Cheyenne, Oklahoma -- Because of the shutdown of the federal government caused by the lapse in appropriations, the National Park Service (NPS) has closed all 401 national parks, including Washita Battlefield National Historic Site. All visitor facilities including the visitor center, overlook site and interpretive trails are closed. The park will remain closed until the government reopens.

Nationwide the NPS stands to lose approximately $450,000 per day in lost revenue from fees collected at entry stations and fees paid for in-park activities such as cave tours, boat rides and camping. Gateway communities across the country see about $76 million per day in total sales from visitor spending that is lost during a government shutdown. In Washita Battlefield National

Historic Site, eight employees are on furlough because of the shutdown. Two employees remain on duty, providing security and emergency services. Nationwide the shutdown has also furloughed more than 20,000 National Park Service employees; approximately 3,000 employees remain on duty to ensure essential health, safety and security functions at parks and facilities. About

12,000 park concession employees are also affected. Because it will not be maintained, the National Park Service website will be down for the duration of the shutdown. NPS. gov has more than 750,000 pages and 91 million unique visitors each year. For updates on the shutdown, please visit www.doi.gov/shutdown.

The Lord rewarded me according to my righteousness (my conscious integrity and sincerity with Him); according to the cleanness of my hands. Psalm 18:20 Talking about the Word isn’t enough; we need to do what we say we believe. God will bless us if we are people of integrity. As believers, we need to keep our promises and do what we say we will do. Look for ways to demonstrate integrity today. If you can’t follow through with something you said you would do for someone, at least call or write a letter, saying, “Please forgive me; I was not being led by God, and I just cannot do what I said.” This way you will honor God and keep your steps going in the right direction.


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HAMMON Brenda Archer The temperatures have been incredible. We are having cool mornings, warm afternoons, and light winds! Please continue to pray that God will bless us with moisture! We are still in the extreme drought category, but things are much better! The wheat is up and looking good and the leaves are starting to turn just a little. Fall is on the way!!!!! Please remember those who are sick or shut-in in our community or those who have community ties. These people need our prayers and maybe drop them a card or stop by to visit for a few minutes. Concern list---Michael Linville, Kara, Stockton, and Colt Smith, June Warner, Sharon Broadbent, Shirley Sparks, Ray Clark, Claire Hibler, Cynthia Dugger, Kasey Remy, Elvin Allen, Rhonda Lovelace, Janada Wilson Wing, Willie Eslinger, Geneva Miller, Katrina Thomas, Joe Cochran, Myrtle Drinnon, Mary Lou Barnard, Cathy (Walker) Nugent, Jesse Darby, Donna Bledsoe McNaught, Ed Tippens, Ruth Higgins, and Judy and Bob Marshall. The Hammon Fire Department is hosting its annual Open House on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at 6:00 P.M. in the Fire House. The meal, provided by Smoking Aces Catering, will start at 6:00. There will be lots of door prizes and several raffles. Everyone get out and support our local volunteer firemen! They do an awesome job! The HHS Foundation is getting ready for its upcoming Arts and Crafts Show on Saturday, November 23, 2013 at the Hammon School Practice Facility. The event will run from 10:00-4:00. The booth spaces run 10 x 10 and are $25.00. To make your reservations please contact Randy Stickney at 580-821-0194 or mail your check to Randy Stickney at PO Box 436, Hammon, Oklahoma 73650. You can also call Brenda Archer at 580473-2462 or 580-473-1069 for more information. Last year there was a big turnout and everyone had a great time! A fund has been set up at the Security State Bank here at Hammon and in Cheyenne for the

Smith family. Kara, Stockton, and Colt Smith, the family of Hammon graduate Brian Smith, were seriously injured in a car wreck recently. Kara is a teacher in the Elk City School System and the boys are in school there. Kara broke both her legs and has other injuries. Kolt was treated and released, but Stockton had several broken bones and was seriously injured. Donations made will go to help defer medical and living expenses for the family. The Hammon Church of Christ would like to welcome Denton and Joanna Wood. Denton will be the church’s new Youth and Family Minister. Denton and Joanna live in Elk City and Denton has many great things planned for the youth at the Hammon Church of Christ. The Hammon Church of Christ morning services are at 10:45 A.M. each Sunday morning. The Sunday night service is at 6:00. There is a Bible Study on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 P.M. The church also posts information and news on Facebook under Hammon Church or visit www.hammonchurchofchrist.com. The Apostle Paul said "I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some of them." 1 Corinthians 9:22 (NKJ). The First Baptist Church of Hammon would like to invite everyone to come and join them for services. Sunday School begins at 10:00 a.m. with Sunday morning services beginning at 11:00 a.m. and evening services at 6:30 p.m. FBC holds a Youth and Adult Bible study Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Pastor Winston Curtis also shares a message on Thursday mornings at 10:15 a.m. on 94.3 The Rock. The Community Fellowship Church ladies want to remind you that Shelly Goodall teaches a women’s class twice a month on Sunday Evenings. The church also live streams their services at churchsaid.org. or churchesaid. com on Sunday mornings. So tune in if you are unable to attend. Pastor Dolan Ivey invites everyone to come join in the Praise and Worship Services at the Hammon Community Fellowship Church. Don’t forget the delicious meals served at the Hammon Senior Citizens Center every day Monday through Friday. Senior citizens now pay $4.00 and its $7.00 for

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anyone under 62 years of age. The meals are delicious and well-balanced and include a dessert and a drink. Try it out and support our local Center. Have a great week!

CRAWFORD Sue Pearson Monday was an absolutely gorgeous day. I had been cooped up in the house for a day and a half (I have flu like symptoms), but I had to get outside for awhile. I so much enjoyed sitting on my back porch. Today, Tuesday, is windy, but warm. I will probably stay in today. One day last week, I walked the short distance from my house to Mom's. It was such a joy to see raccoon, opossum, and a snake track. No, I don't really like any of the above, but we are so blessed to live where there are still wild animals that benefit the ecology. On my walk, I noticed there were still a few cow and horse tracks remaining from the Barber roundup the previous week. That, too, was something city folk don't get to enjoy; a cattle drive right in front of your house. Those are just some of the simple pleasures of country living. There is a fantastic article about Metcalf Museum in the September/ October issue of Oklahoma Today magazine. There are some really good pictures, including one of the curators, Roger and Lloydelle Lester. Sunday morning there was a special awards presentation at Magnolia Baptist Church. The Sonshine Kids were recognized for their accomplishments. We are very proud of that group. Those receiving awards were Conner Drake, Trey Chandler, Rylan Reno, Easton Watson, Tara Chandler, Braxton Allen, Paisley Voboril, and Tenley Allen. Little Reese Reno received a perfect attendance award, but he didn't seem too

impressed by the recognition. A scrumptious meal was enjoyed by all in attendance following church service. What is this I hear about speed bumps on an isolated road in the area known as "the bend"? What is that young man's name whose head almost went through the windshield of his pickup because he didn't observe the "slow" signs? If you have a problem with traffic speeding on the road past your house, you might ask Justin Eakins for advice. There are several new books in the library at the Crawford church. There is nothing more enjoyable than curling up with a good book and a bowl of popcorn on a cold, windy night. Of course, it doesn't have to be cold, windy, or night for me to enjoy a good book. The Flying Fingers quilters worked on Carolyn Montgomery's quilt Monday. Since I was unable to be there, I'm not sure who was, but I know they had a good time. That's probably why I don't know anything to write today. Jackie and Pat Allen went to Woodward Tuesday. Jackie is feeling much better and enjoying getting out occasionally. You can build a throne with bayonets, but you can't sit on it very long. "So are the ways of anyone who gains by violence; it takes away the life of its possessor." Proverbs 1:19

METCALFE MUSEUM Roger & Lloydelle Lester

Our visiting artist for our fall season is Curt Shelton of Pampa, Texas. Curt’s bold acrylic color describes the title of his exhibit, “Seasons of Survival.” After the passing of his parents, Curt began to print DS/CS under his signature in honor of his parents. “This is because they never gave up on me when I would give up on myself,” writes Curt. Curt attended the Denver School

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of Visual Arts, then was drafted into the Army. After his discharge he attended Oklahoma State University in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. “Struggling to get jobs in the art field, I worked for the City of Pampa, Texas for twenty-six years. I still have difficult days with the paint brush however; the good days easily out-number the bad ones. No matter what happens in the future, I hope the Lord never takes away the desire to create,” says Curt. We invite you to visit Curt’s display here in our gallery, showing through November 30, 2013. You will enjoy the beautiful weather we are having right now and will want to see all the many oils, watercolors and pen & ink we have in Augusta’s exhibit. We always have the Prairie Wedding painting on display, as well as her signature white bonnet that she wears in the painting. The Hamburg painting is being shown as well as the print of the Antelope Hills painting. The print is available in our museum store. The Break O’Day Farm, Metcalfe Museum and Art Gallery are located on the 640 acre farm that belonged to Edward and Mary Corson, Augusta’s parents. After their death Augusta Metcalfe, her son Howard and his wife Helen, farmed and ranched on this land for many years. Augusta, who started drawing and painting as a small child was self-taught and developed her own style of painting here on the farm. Her love of horses drew her to paint and draw many interesting subjects along the way. You may visit the farm and museum March 1 until November 30 each year. Our hours are 10:00am-5:00pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Our new web site is www.metcalfemuseum.org or e-mail Metcalfe@dobsonteleco. com or call 580-655-4467.

REYDON Roy & Carla Harris The Reydon Trash Truck will run on Friday, October 11th instead of on Saturday.

CANADIAN CLUB Thurs, Sept 10: Bacon Wrapped Beef, Mashed Potatoes Carrots, Angel Biscuits, Hot Apple Slices, Milk Friday, Sept 11: Beef King Ranch Casserole, Pinto Beans, Tossed Salad, Chips & Salsa, Strawberries & Bananas, Milk Monday, Sept 14: Glazed Ham, Hominy-Cheese Casserole, Copper Penny Carrots, Angel Biscuits, Pumpkin Bread, Milk Tuesday, Sept 15: Hot Roast Beef Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes, Peas & Carrots, Apple Crisp, Milk Wed, Sept 16: Hobo Dinner, Cauliflower/Cheese Sauce, Biscuit, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Milk Thursday, Sept 17: Chicken Tetrazzini, Broccoli, Cherry Applesauce Jello, Honey Oatmeal Bread, Rice Pudding Friday, Sept 18: Taco Soup, Vegetable Jello, Tortilla Chips, Peanut Butter Pudding, Milk

Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas on October 12, 1492.

Leroy and Juana Penry visited Arthur and Johnnie Welty on Sunday afternoon. Also with Eddie and Darla Haynes who were visiting also. Sunday dinner guests of Leroy and Juana Penry were Rex, Robyn, Sarah , Rachel and Tyler Penry, Luke Carpenter, Jenna and Claire Edwards and Hunter Richardson. Rex and Robyn Penry had lunch with Leroy and Juana Penry on Wednesday.

Billy and Leah Broadbent attended the Leedey Highschool Slowpitch Regional Tournament at Shattack on Thursday and Friday. The Leedey girls came from behind in the final games to beat Shattack 2 times. Headed to the state tournament next week. They also attended the final game of the Leedey boys' win over Hammon in the regional tournament at Leedey. Tommy and Jarene McDowell made a business trip to Vici and Weatherford Tuesday and then on Friday they went to Clinton and Weatherford tending to some business and getting parts. Saturday they went to Yukon to the Czech Festival and enjoyed the arts and crafts booths and of course the food. Tom and Marilyn Welty spent a week vacationing in Del Norte, Colorado. The aspens were beautiful and it also snowed while they were there.

DURHAM Sue Ann Flowers Everyone is planting wheat, some for the second time! The rain was a blessing for most but we can't have it all, so be thankful for what we do get. Durham will be having a Senior Citizen Dinner on Wednesday, October 23rd a Noon. Be sure to mark your calendar, you don't want to miss this. Also we will have our November and December Dinner together with a change in the day, so watch for the details. We will have Thanksgiving and Christmas together. A predigest person is one who does not like what the rest of us are doing. Please come see for yourself. The Goodwin family attended a big wedding at Lake Marvin this past weekend. Adam Hawkins was the groom and part of their family. Everyone had a great time. Frankie is doing much better. The Durham Quilters left for Channing, Texas on a Retreat today. We hope they get a lot of quilts made while they are gone. We know they will have a fun time. Reydon Ladies had a good meal last Friday night. I really enjoyed the great food and the fellowship. Keep up the good work. The Crawford Lady Fingers will be back at it Monday morning after a little break. They sure do have a great time getting together and welcome anyone who is interested. A store employee quit his job and joined the police department. Several months later, a friend asked him how he like his new line of work. "Well the pay and the hours are good," he relied. "What I like best is the customer is always wrong."

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LEEDEY Terri L. Kauk Leedey Chamber of Commerce will be hostingthe first annual Quilt show and Quilt retreat Friday Oct 18 and Saturday Oct 19. Please contact Terri L Kauk 6580302-3941 or Peggy Cole 580-4458862 to register or additional information. If you have a quilt you would like to show bring them. The cost is $25.00 for both days or $12.50 for one. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be includedin the price and there are other eating places available. Door prizes and a quilting project. There will be tables available if needed. There will be two vendors available on hand for fabric or other supplies if needed. There will be no charge for the quilt show. We are also having a quilt there for learning hand quilting or just practicing at no cost. We are planning on having this as an annual event. So come quilt with me for a fun time. Come one day or two. The Old Buzzards Rodders Association of Leedey will be holding their 1st car, bike, and antique tractor show on October 18-19 in Leedey OK. There will be booths available for fundraisers or flea market. Face painting, dunking booth, 4-H will have a buzzard shoot, Jr. Chamber will have a bake sale. Live music both days, food concessions, flea market.We hope to see everyone there! For additional information or to get the costs of the booths or flea market contact Kelly Lungren 580-5152297 or Doug Quattlebaum 580-

CHEYENNE Remember to get your Free Health Check and Flu Shots on Tuesday, October 15 from 10-6 at the hospital in Cheyenne. Free for all Roger Mills County Residents. Thank you to the hospital for providing this great service for our community. The Cheyenne Band is selling Yankee Candles through the 14th. Contact Mrs. Kitchens or any band member to purchase yours. They will make great Christmas gifts! The Cheyenne-Reydon Lady Bears faced the #1 team in their class, Binger-Oney, in the Regional Tournament. The Lady Bears put up a fierce fight but their season came to an end. The Courthouse and City Office have their fall decorations out and they look great! Fall is my most favorite time of year! I love all the beautiful colors. Get your business or yard decorated and enter into the Chamber Fall Decorating Contest. Happy Birthday to: Oct 10: Jade Roark; Oct 11: Jessica Roark, Dustin Batterton, Cale Torrance, Terry Keahey; Oct 12: Russell Campbell, Alex Moler, Tom Green; Oct 13: Jeremy Moler, Rita Moler, John O'Neal; Oct 14: Andrew Tidwell, Kylee McDaniel, Kaylee McDaniel; Oct 15: Logan Baker, Jacob Moore, Scott Sanderford; Oct 16: Amber Smith, Lawnda Kirk, Allison Thurmond; Oct 17: Don Shelton, Terry Smith;

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Team Corie Walking for Cystic Fibrosis Family and friends will be walking to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis research on October 19, 2013 at Red Rock Canyon. Registration is 9am, at the Sycamore Picnic Shelter (#3), and walk starts at 10am. Our team is walking in honor

of Corie Koch, who lost her battle with Cystic Fibrosis last October. Corie’s sister, Katy Rose, is team leader of “Team Corie” and donations may be sent to her at 401 W Hwy 33, Strong City, OK 73628. Please make checks payable to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Space Limited at Arts & Crafts Show The Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce Christmas Arts and Crafts Show is approaching fast! This year's show will be held on Saturday, December 14th. The show will be held in the Ag Pavilion. The booths are going fast. There are less than 10 spaces left available to rent. Contact the Chamber office at 580-497-3318 or Penny Clift at 580-497-3354 to reserve your space. Don't miss out, reserve

your space now! We have a lot of returning favorites as well as several new vendors. This year's show looks to be a great one. Santa will be making his yearly visit during the show. There will also be new activities this year including activities just for the kids. Drop your kids by the 4-H fun booth while you shop. Another new fun addition will be Craft Show Cash Drawings. Come and join us for the fun!

Fall Decorating Contest

WALKING…Kylan Rose and Reagan Buschbacher, nieces of the late Corie Koch, will be walking to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis. (Photo provided)

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It is that time of year, Fall is in the Air! It is time for the Annual Fall Decorating Contest sponsored by the Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce. Get ready to decorate your yard or windows with an Autumn or Halloween theme. Use your imagination and be creative! Whether you prefer ghosts and ghouls or scarecrows and pumpkins this is a wonderful chance to show your decorating flair. There are two categories for competition, residential and business. There will be a first and second place awarded in each category. First place for residental is a $25.00 gift certificate and second place is a $15.00 gift certificate. Businesses will get a First and Second Place Winners Certificate for display. The winners will be announced in the Cheyenne Star.

You must be registered at the Chamber of Commerce office in order to be eligible to win. Stop by and pick up an entry number. Your entry number must be displayed along with your decorations. So come and join us in making our community a festive and fun place this Fall. Have a little fun and maybe win a prize with your creative decorating! Numbers may be picked up at the Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce office beginning Monday, October 10th through October 24th. Deadline to pick up a number is Thursday October 24th by Noon. Chamber hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Remember only outside & window decorating will be judged. For more information contact Cindy at 580-497-3318. So get decorating!

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Everyone is invited to the Country Southern Rock & Blues Concert Service at Washita Cowboy Fellowship on Sunday, October 13, 11:00 AM. Michael Tetrick from Take the Dirt Road Band, will be sharing in song & ministry. Michael is a full time pastor and now full time evangelist and a member of the duo, The Dirt Road, comprised of Michael of Indiana and Justin Todd Herod of Texas. They travel the nation into high schools, colleges, prisons, juvenile centers and churches with their all

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Churches/Obituaries

Gigi Evelyn Smith Gigi Evelyn Smith was born March 12, 1952 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and was adopted at the age of one week by Evelyn Elizabeth and John Thomas Joyce, III. She passed away September 27, 2013 at Elk City, Oklahoma at the age of 61 years, 6 months and 15 days. Gigi grew up in Snyder, Oklahoma and graduated from Snyder High School in 1969. She furthered her education at the Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts in Chickasha, Oklahoma where she obtained her bachelors degree in speech in 1972 and her masters degree in education from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, Oklahoma in 1980. Gigi taught special education in many grade levels including kindergarten through high school. She was also a speech therapist and helped with the yearbook at the high school level. Gigi's career included educating students in Cheyenne, Altus, Elk City and Merritt. Gigi was married to her prince and love of her life, Robert Stephen (Rob) Smith at Elk City, Oklahoma on July 6, 1984. She was famous for making not only the prettiest cakes but the best tasting cakes as well as her cooking and catering skills known far and wide. Gigi worked as a florist and did numerous flower arrangements. She was involved in many community events and groups including the Red Carpet Community Theatre. She was a Great Plains Regional Medical Center volunteer, helped many times with Meals on Wheels and was a volunteer with the Ms. Elk City and Queen of the West beauty pageants. Gigi was a charter member of the PEO GX. She was

also a member of the National Education Association, Oklahoma Education Association and the Elk City Education Association. Gigi dedicated her life to education, teaching others and spent over 40 years of her life doing so. She also had the honor of being Cheyenne Teacher of the Year and a finalist for the Oklahoma Teacher of the year. Gigi enjoyed sewing, cooking and baking, painting, home decorating and traveling throughout the world, but her greatest love in life was spending time with her daughter and other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Rob; brother, John Michael Joyce; grandparents, Erick and Signe Nordstrom and Jack and Mary Joyce. The family requests in lieu of flowers; donations be made to the Elk City Education Foundation or the Mayo Clinic for pancreatic research. She is survived by her daughter, AliMarie Joyce Smith, of the home; "brother", Warren Whittington, Amarillo, TX; aunt, Arline Speck, Snyder, OK; aunt and uncle, Bob and Marion Joyce, Houston, TX; brothers and sister's in law, Ed and Sue Smith and James and Joyce Smith; cousins, Mary Lou Lawrence, Signe and Theodore Thurston, Erick Speck and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held Friday, October 4, 2013 at 4:00 pm at the Elk City United Methodist Church officiated by Rev. Jack Atkinson assisted by Rev. Terry Koehn. Burial will be at Fairlawn Cemetery under the direction of Whinery-Savage Funeral Service. Condolences can be made online at www.whineryfs.com

Issues of Life Pastor Andy Taylor Therefore, when they had come together, they asked Him, saying, "Lord, will You at this time restore the kingdom to Israel?" Acts 1:6-7 At a most critical time as Jesus was trying to communicate to His followers about the impending arrival of the Holy Spirit, they questioned Him about the restoring of the kingdom to Israel. Jesus had spent ample time with the twelve to prepare them for the manifestation of a kingdom alright, but not the kingdom that the disciples were thinking about. No, Jesus’ kingdom was a spiritual one. They were thinking, hoping that this would be the time that He would set up a ‘governmental’ arrangement with Israel ruling the world. It had to also have crossed their minds that they would surely be recognized as co-leaders with Jesus in this ‘earthly’ kingdom especially since they were the closest ones to Him. But it was not to be. Jesus is King; King of Kings for that matter but His kingdom is not of this world. It is ‘in’ the world….but not of it. His kingdom is spiritual and His plan was to set it up in the hearts of men (mankind). It is there that He desires to rule. And from there, through obedient followers who move by faith, He desires to ‘rule’ the world. Jesus does not rule or govern with an iron hand, much to the contrary. No, His rule is never forced, coerced or manipulated. He rules with agape, unconditional love. He rules the hearts of obedient people who in turn rule in their sphere of influence….also through agape love. These followers of Jesus were about to be transformed by the power that the Holy Spirit would bring into their lives. Their influence would soon far outweigh and outreach the thoughts of their feeble little minds and their extremely limited ability. They were about to turn a city….and then the world, upside down!

Molly Jane Carlson Molly Jane Carlson was born March 16, 1950 in Sayre, Oklahoma to Carroll Estelle and Alvin Woodrow "Wood" Phillips. She passed away October 4, 2013 at Sayre, Oklahoma at the age of 63 years, 6 months and 18 days. Molly grew up in the New Liberty community and attended school at Sayre. She graduated from Sayre High School in 1968 and was married to Dean Carlson

at Sayre, Oklahoma on January 1, 1971. After their marriage, Molly continued to further her education by obtaining her bachelors degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1972. Molly and Dean continued to make their home on the family farm in the Sweetwater community where they raised their three children. Molly loved to cook for her family and for church dinners, enjoyed attending her children and grandchildren's activities and playing water volleyball with her friends. She was also a devoted member of the Sayre Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her parents, and 1 brother, Doug Phillips. She is survived by her husband, Dean, of the home; 3 children, Monte and Sonya Carlson, Sayre, OK, Mandy and Chad Bryant, Elk City, OK and Matt and Leisha Carlson, Sweetwater, OK; 6 grandchildren, Brody, Nate, Karch, Kynli, Reid and Claire; 1 sister, Kay Phillips, Minneapolis, MN; 2 brothers, Mike and Dee Ann and Gary and Tamie Phillips, both of Sayre, OK; 1 brother-in-law, Gene and Sherri Carlson, Sweetwater, OK; special friend, Lori Thompson, Sweetwater, OK and a host of other relatives and friends. The family request that in lieu of flowers memorial donations be made to Westview Boys home or Titpton Childrens Home. Services were held Monday, October 7, 2013 at 10:00 am at the Sayre Church of Christ officiated by Billy Clabaugh. Graveside services will be held at Mayfield Cemetery under the direction of Whinery Funeral Service.

Reydon Community Church

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Lucille Hall Williams Lucille (Hall) Williams, 83, of Arnett, Oklahoma passed peacefully from this life on October 2, 2013 in Woodward, Oklahoma. She was born to proud parents Elmer and Daisy May (Kouts) Hall on July 5, 1930 in Roger Mills County where they raised their family by a creek in the shadow of Antelope Hills. She attended Belleview grade school and later graduated from Durham High School. Lucille was baptized at Crawford Church of Christ in 1949 and spent many years attending Arnett First Baptist Church. On April 4, 1950, Lucille married the love of her life, Ivan “Bub” Williams in Clovis, New Mexico. To this union three children were born, Linda Sue, Rhonda Lou and Danny Joe. They raised their family on their farm near Lone Bell Community in Southeast Ellis County, South of Arnett. Lucille resided there until shortly after Bub’s passing when she moved into Arnett; in September of 2012 her illness required she move to Grace Living Center in Woodward where she was cared for until her passing. She was a wonderful helpmate on the farm and a devoted homemaker for her family. Lucille greatly enjoyed cooking, sewing, and traveling with Bub around the United States, belonging to the Allegra Motor Home Club where they made numerous friends as they traveled. Above all though, Lucille cherished her family and loved spending time with her dear grandchildren and

great grandchildren. Preceding Lucille in death is her dear husband, Bub, her parents Elmer and Daisy, four brothers, Clarence, Theodore, Emett and James Hall, and three sisters, Lillie Williams, Veda Heinsohn, and Faye Ward. Lucille is survived by her two daughters, Linda Whipple and husband Stephen of Woodward, and Rhonda Puckett and husband Ron of Arnett, one son, Danny Joe Williams and wife Brenda of Arnett, nine grandchildren, Angel (Puckett) Swindle and husband Richard, Brad Whipple and wife Sharla, Lance Puckett and wife Ellen, Jesse Williams and wife Ladonna, Justin Whipple and wife Jessica, Kayla Nichols and husband Matt, Clint Williams and wife Brett, James Williams and wife Morgan, and Dani Puckett, great-grandchildren, Sierra and Braden Whipple, Grace and Ethan Whipple, Kirstyn, Kelsey, Kaylan and Kylee Swindle, Samantha, Randall, and Lillie Williams, Maci, Jack, and Linzie Nichols, Sabe Williams, and Etta Marie Puckett, four sisters, Lorena Moore of Vici, Fern Crawford of Vici, Velma Haydu of Madera, CA, and Cora Lee Shillings of Madera, CA, and one brother, Raymond Hall of Dayton, TX, a host of extended family members, and a lifetime of friends. Services were held at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, October 5, 2013 at First Baptist Church of Arnett in Arnett, Oklahoma.

Thank You I would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers, gifts, encouragement and support in my time of need. A special thanks to my mail route, churches, friends and family for everything that has been done for me. "And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus" Philippians 4:19 May we each realize how God will take care of us in our time of need. God Bless You All, Marva Karber

First Baptist Church Cheyenne 608 E. Broadway Cheyenne, OK Ph. 580-497-3456

Sunday, October 13th

9:30 a.m. ~ Welcome Breakfast, Fellowship Hall 9:45 a.m. ~ Sunday School, all ages 10:50 a.m. ~ Worship Service 5:00 p.m. ~ Youth Discipleship Training 6:00 p.m. ~ Evening Services

Wednesday, October 16th

5:30-7:00 p.m. ~ Project 4 Kids 5:30-7:00 p.m. C.R.E.W. (formally Youth Gathering) 6:06 p.m. ~ Adult Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. ~ Choir Practice

Welcome

Church Ministries

There is a sweet, sweet spirit in this Church. We invite you to attend.

Sunday School………….9:45 am Worship & Service…….10:30 am Sunday Evening………...6:00 pm Wed College Classes..4:30-6:30pm Wednesday Classes…….6:30 pm Dr. Alberta Helton, Th.D 580-655-4620 806-323-9849

Radio Ministry “Triumphant Truths” 90.5 FM and 88.3 FM Monday-Friday 3:00-3:15

Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Services 11:00 a.m. Pot Luck Dinner, First Sunday Wednesday Youth Program 7:00 p.m. Jacob Cline, Youth Pastor

111 South 2nd Cheyenne, OK 73628 580-497-2265 Pastor Juanice Parkhurst Sunday School 10:00 AM Church Service 11:00 AM Evening Service 6:00 PM

Please come, enjoy the word of God and fellowship with brothers and sisters in our Lord and Savior. “But seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added to you.” Matthew 6:33

Reydon First Baptist Church Invites You

The Father’s House First Assembly of God Church Erick, Oklahoma ~ 580-526-3290 Sunday Morning Service ~ 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Service ~ 6:45 p.m. Sunday School in Evening ~ 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Service ~ 7:00 p.m. Community Prayer Meeting ~ Tuesday 7:00 p.m. Bro. J. Beasley, Pastor

Sunday School...9:45 am Sunday School 10 a.m.

Wednesday Schedule: Mustard Seeds 3:30-5:00 p.m. Junior Youth Fellowship Worship Service 11 a.m. “JYF” 3:30-5:00 p.m. Nursery provided for children up to kindergarten Youth Archery 5-6:00 p.m. Game Night 3rd Sunday 6:00 p.m. Transportation provided for children

Worship...10:50 am Sunday evening Service...6:00 pm Wednesday Youth Meet...5:30 pm

Pastor Ron Henning 580-655-4684

Nursery provided for under 3 Sunday School for 3 & Up

Annual Rate for: Roger Mills County $30.00 Others $35.00 Online $25.00


Thursday, October 10, 2013 Local News Page 5A ~ The Cheyenne Star

It's a Boy!

A Moment for the Truth presented by Jonathan Hagar

Biblical Authority

Kyana DeLaCruz would like to welcome her new baby cousin, Anthony Ray Horeis. He was born in Elk City September 23, 2013 at 3:47 p.m. He weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces and was 20 inches long.

His parents are Maria Wiley and Scott Horeis. His grandparents are Linda Wright, Katie Gonzales, Troy "Gene" Wiley and Rogelio Flores, all of Cheyenne.

NEWS-IN-BRIEF DURHAM SENIOR CITIZENS DINNER

Everyone bring a dish and come join the fun Wednesday, October 23rd at Noon. If you don't have a dish, just come anyway. Everyone is welcome.

ROARK BABY SHOWER

You are invited to a Baby Shower for Jessica & Tyler Roark. They are expecting a boy, Lee Joseph. The Shower will be Sunday, October 13 from 2-4:00 PM at the Cheyenne Senior Citizen Center. Selections at Cheyenne Floral, Broadway Babies, Carousel Connection, Wal-Mart & Babies-R-Us.

SMITH BENEFIT ACCOUNT

A fund has been set up at Security State Bank to help the Kara (Swartwood) Smith family with expenses. Anyone wishing to donate may do so at the Cheyenne or Hammon bank or mail your donation to PO Box 470 Cheyenne OK 73628.

HARTLEY BENEFIT FUND

An account has been set up at Security State Bank in Cheyenne for the Christy Hartley Family of Reydon. Their home and contents were destroyed in a fire last week. Donations may be sent to PO Box 470 Cheyenne OK 73628.

BERLIN MONTHLY SOCIAL

The October Monthly Community Supper will be held at the Berlin Community Building on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. The menu will be Mexican Pile On. Please bring a dessert, your favorite salsa or dip; everything else will be on the table. The hostesses for the month of October are Nelda Tucker and LaQuita Ely.

RMC FARMERS UNION MEETING

The Roger Mills County Farmers Union Meeting and free dinner sponsored by American Farmers and Ranchers will be held Friday, October 18, 2013 at 6pm at the Durham Community Building in Durham Ok. The speaker will be Terry Detrick, President of American Farmers & Ranchers. There will be a short business meeting with election of officers for the coming year. There will also be entertainment and door prizes provided along with the supper. ALL customers of York Insurance and invited and encouraged to attend!! SPECIAL MINISTRY at WASHITA COWBOY FELLOWSHIP Country Southern Rock & Blues Concert Service at Washita Cowboy Fellowship on Sunday, October 13, 11:00 AM. Michael Tetrick from Take the Dirt Road Band, will be sharing in song & ministry with our congregation, please join us. For more information contact Pastor Terry at 580-497-2929.

DANCE at CRAWFORD

Everyone is invited to the monthly Dance at the Crawford Gym on Saturday, October 19th beginning at 7:00 PM. The band Night Life will bring the music. Bring your favorite snack and come enjoy the evening.

REYDON TRASH TRUCK

The Reydon Trash Truck will run on Friday, October 11th instead of Saturday.

The Bible is more than just a book of laws, records, and good stories; God communicated His Word to the entire world so that it might provide mankind the conduit needed for eternal salvation. The Bible is the power of God unto salvation! Paul wrote to the church in Rome stating, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth… (Rom. 1:16).” It has the power to make one perfect or whole in the sight of God (2 Tim. 3:16, Col. 2:10). The word spoken by Christ that we now have through the written Word is truth (Luke 17:17). The Word of God is an extension of His divinity and power, thus it is perfect (John 1:1; James 1:25). Though there may be some translation errors from man, the original standard of God’s Word remains perfect (Ps. 19:7). As such, the true devotees to the Word of God will fashion their lives to fit the Bible and whatsoever they do and speak will be from the authority of God (Col. 3:17). The absence of a command or silence of scripture does not give one the right to add to the Word of God so that they may have that authority (Deut. 4:2; Rev. 22:18). Paul explains in Colossians 3:18 that Christians must have the authority of God in all that they do; he states, “in word or deed…” which covers all aspects of the Christian character. How does God react to those that act outside of the authority of His will? Moses records the actions of Nadab and Abihu to illustrate the seriousness of God’s authority. Nadab and Abihu offer an historical illustration of men who did not understand that one needs the authority of God to act in His service. Leviticus 10:1-2 expounds the story of the sons of Aaron that offered strange fire before the Lord and the boys paid for their sin with their life; they were consumed by fire from the Lord. The exact local, time, or style of fire the priests offered are unknown, but the fire was not approved of God. God did not have to forbid every style and fashion of fire imaginable to the command involving the altar of incense; God commanded what kind of fire to use and when to use it and that excluded all other forms of fire. Nadab and Abihu took the silence of scripture and decided that since God never said we couldn’t offer this form of fire on the altar then it must be admissible, that line of thought cost them their lives. Just because God didn’t say one could not do it, doesn’t give anyone the authority to act on that silence with their own preference! It is not in man to direct his own steps (Jer. 10:23). God commanded that Christians remember the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross through partaking of the unleavened bread and fruit of the vine (1 Cor. 11:24-25). Does this mean sense God didn’t say we couldn’t put ketchup on the unleavened bread that it gives mankind the right to do so? Absolutely NOT! We have no authority to add to what God has commanded in worship (1 Cor. 11:27). God commanded that we make melody in our hearts to the Lord (Eph. 5:19), so does that fact God didn’t say we couldn’t make melody on an instrument mean we can do it? Absolutely NOT! Adheres to the Bible must cease looking for excuses to do things the way they want them done and only follow what Christians have the authority to do (Prov. 30:6; Mic. 4:5).

More study and a friendly welcome will always await you at the

Cheyenne Church of Christ

For more information please call (580) 497-2288

ONE ACT PERFORMANCE

Cheyenne Drama Students would like to cordially invite the public to come and view their presentation of the one-act play, America’s Next Top Model Student, written by Alan Heckner. The performance will be held at the Cheyenne School Auditorium and will begin at 7:00pm on Friday, October 11, 2013. The performance will be free admission, however, donations will be greatly appreciated.

CYSTIC FIBROSIS WALK

Members of Team Corie Koch will walk in the Great Strides-Western Oklahoma in honor of Corie, a Strong City resident, who lost her battle with Cystic Fibrosis last year. The walk will be held at Red Rock Canyon on Saturday, October 19, 2013. Anyone wishing to donate to this great cause can mail donations to Katy Rose, 401 W Hwy 33 Strong City OK 73628. Make checks payable to "Cystic Fibrosis Foundation".

CEF Basket Fundraiser

On November 12, 2013 during Cheyenne's first home basketball games, the Cheyenne Educational Foundation will hold their second annual silent auction to raise funds for their organization. There will be four baskets this year: a Cheyenne Bear Basket, an OU basket, an OSU basket and a Thunder basket. Each basket will feature two sports tickets and a number of other items.

The baskets will be displayed the week before the game at Security State Bank. The baskets will then be moved to the school on the 12th and bidding will begin at 5:00 pm and continue till shortly before halftime of the boys game. The winners will be announced at halftime. The monies from this fundraiser underwrite the programs of the Cheyenne Educational Foundation.

FUNDRAISER…If you're a Sooner fan this basket will be right up your alley. It contains two tickets to the OU-Iowa State football game on November 16, OU College of Engineering Crimson Polo shirt, an Oklahoma Crimson T-shirt, OU Sooners golf towel, an Oklahoma Crimson Cooler, OU insulated coffee mug, 2 crimson metallic pom poms, OU Dry Erase Board, OU notebook. The retail value of the basket is $300. The items in the basket were donated by the OU College of Engineering and the Nettie Boggs Trust. Place your bid for the basket at the first Cheyenne-Reydon home game, November 12th.

DAR MEETING

The Washita Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be meeting on Octobrer 14, 2013 at the Cafe Clinton beginning at 11 a.m. The guest speaker will be Emma Brewer.

WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY

A Women's Bible Study in the home of Flo Jean Whitehead will begin October 2nd at 7:00 PM. They will study "Living with Passion and Purpose" by Elizabeth George. It is a study of the book of Luke. Anyone and Everyone is welcome.

TWELVE MONTHS of CELEBRATION

The Twelve Months of Celebration committee is needing more women or organizations to decorate a table. If you are interested or have questions, please call Marcia 580-243-9957. The event is set for January 15, 2014 in Leedey. Table are on a first come basis. You do not have to be from Leedey to decorate a table so get your friends together for a night of fun, entertainment and fellowship.

BOY SCOUT POPCORN SALES

The Cheyenne Boy Scout Troop 108 will be selling popcorn through October 20th. Please contact any Boy Scout to make an order.

OREA MEETING

Beckham/Roger Mills Unit of OREA will meet at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Oct 11th at the Elk City Hospital. The program is "TogetherOK". Everyone will go through the cafeteria line and then to the meeting room. Watch for signs. Come and enjoy.

CHAMBER LUNCHEON

The Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will be held Thursday, October 10 at Noon at the Cheyenne Methodist Church. The District 2 Drug Task Force will present the program. The meal, provided by the Methodist Ladies, is $6.00. Join us for an informative program and a delicious home cooked meal.

REAP GRANT PUBLIC HEARING Tyler & Jessica Roark Shower: October 13th

The Public is hereby given notice that a public hearing for applicants of 2014 REAP Grant will be held Monday, October 21 at 8:45 a.m. at the Roger Mills County Courthouse Commissioners Office. For more information call the Commissioner's Office at 580-497-3365.

HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE

A Hunter Education Course will be held in Cheyenne on Saturday, October 12, 2013, 8am-5pm at the Cheyenne High School. Free to the public. For more information contact Game Warden Stephen Paul 580-497-6897.

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ing the ponds, swimming the lakes, riding 4-wheelers and working on the ranch where he was employed. Being outdoors is what Jarod and his brothers liked the most. He enjoyed all kinds of music and had a great sense of humor. If Jarod was around, you were either smiling or laughing. You could always count on Jarod to lend a helping hand. After we lost Jarod, he kept helping others by becoming an organ and tissue donor. The scholarship fund in his memory will help other young adults continue their education. Jarod is dearly missed and loved, and he lives on through his generous gifts. Organ, eye and tissue donation saves lives. Please make your decision to donate life, and then tell your family! Organ, eye and tissue donation saves lives. Please make your decision to donate life, and then tell your family! Register to be an organ, eye and tissue donor on your Oklahoma driver’s license or state ID card, or register online at www.lifeshareregistry.org. If you don’t have a license, or state ID card, and do not have internet access, call 800-826-LIFE (5433), and ask for a donor registration card.


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Government Shutdown...from Page 1

without conditions that would keep the government operating. The shutdown has pushed hundreds of thousands of workers off the job, closed national parks and museums and stopped an array of government services. The one bright spot on Monday is a significant chunk of the furloughed federal workforce is headed back to work. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel ordered nearly 350,000 back on the job, basing his decision on a Pentagon interpretation of a law called the Pay Our Military Act. Those who remain at home or are working without paychecks are a step closer to getting back pay once the partial government shutdown ends. The Senate could act this week on the measure that passed the House unanimously on Saturday. Democrats insist that Republicans could easily open the government if Boehner simply allows a vote on the emergency spending bill. Democrats argue that their 200 members in the House plus close to two dozen pragmatic Republicans would back a so-called clean bill, but the Speaker remains hamstrung by his tea party-strong GOP caucus. "Let me issue him a friendly challenge. Put it on the floor Monday or Tuesday. I would bet there are the votes to pass it," said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. In a series of Sunday television appearances, Lew warned that on

Results of the weekly Golf Scramble held at the Cheyenne Golf Course for September 29th - The two competing teams tied in the scramble. Bob Cannon won closest to the pin (pictured right). Results for the October 6th scramble: Two teams competed in the scramble. The winning team of Larry Burns, Sam Maddux, James Maddux and Glenn Green shot a 4 under par. Jon Green won closest to the pin. The golf scramble is held every Sunday at 2 PM!!!

Local Ranching Events Planned for Elk City

Fort Worth, Texas – The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) will host ranch gatherings Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Elk City Livestock Auction in Elk City and Thursday, Oct. 17, at the Beaver County Fairgrounds in Beaver. Registration for both gatherings begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by a complimentary beef dinner. The events are free and open to the public. The Elk City Livestock Auction is located at 3202 S. Hwy 6 in Elk City. The Beaver County Fairgrounds are located at 1107

Douglas Ave. in Beaver. TSCRA Special Ranger Ben Eggleston will update ranchers on cattle thefts in the area and how they can better protect themselves from thieves. A legislative update will also be given to update ranchers and landowners on important issues. All members of the press are invited to attend. Please RSVP to 800-242-7820, ext. 192, or rsvp@tscra.org. The gatherings are sponsored by Novartis Animal Health and MICRO. Attendees that sign up as

a TSCRA member at the gathering will receive a free metal gate sign courtesy of Bayer Animal Health. TSCRA iis the largest and oldest livestock organization based in Texas. TSCRA has more than 16,000 beef cattle operations, ranching families and businesses as members. These members represent approximately 50,000 individuals directly involved in ranching and beef production who manage 4 million head of cattle on 76 million acres of range and pasture land primarily in Texas and Oklahoma, but throughout the Southwest.

Oct. 17, he exhausts the bookkeeping maneuvers he has been using to keep borrowing. "I'm telling you that on the 17th, we run out of the ability to borrow, and Congress is playing with fire," Lew said. Lew said that while Treasury expects to have $30 billion of cash on hand on Oct. 17, that money will be quickly exhausted in paying incoming bills given that the government's payments can run up to $60 billion on a single day. Treasury issued a report on Thursday detailing in stark terms what could happen if the government actually defaulted on its obligations to service the national debt. "A default would be unprecedented and has the potential to be catastrophic," the Treasury report said. "Credit markets could freeze, the value of the dollar could plummet, U.S. interest rates could skyrocket, the negative spillovers could reverberate around the world." Private economists generally agree that a default on the U.S. debt would be extremely harmful, especially if the impasse was not resolved quickly. "If they don't pay on the debt, that would cost us for generations to come," said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics. He said a debt default would be a "cataclysmic" event that would roil financial markets in the United States and around the world. Zandi said that holders of U.S.

Treasury bonds would demand higher interest rates which would cost the country hundreds of billions of dollars in higher interest payments in coming years on the national debt. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, a force in pushing Republicans to link changes to the health care law in exchange for keeping the government running, spelled out his conditions for raising the borrowing authority. "We should look for three things. No. 1, we should look for some significant structural plan to reduce government spending. No. 2, we should avoid new taxes. And No. 3, we should look for ways to mitigate the harms from 'Obamacare,'" Cruz said, describing the debt ceiling as an issue that is among the "best leverage the Congress has to rein in the executive." Some Republicans, such as Rep. Steve King of Iowa, dismiss the warnings about a government default as an exaggeration, suggesting U.S. credit won't collapse and calling the talk "a lot of false demagoguery." Asked how the standoff might end, Boehner, R-Ohio, said that he was uncertain: "If I knew, I'd tell you." Boehner and Schumer were interviewed on ABC's "This Week," and Lew and Cruz on CNN's "State of the Union." Lew also appeared on CBS' "Face the Nation," ''Fox News Sunday" and NBC's "Meet the Press."

Youth Deer Gun Season Offers Young Hunters First Shot Youth hunters and their mentors have been heading to the woods for the youth deer gun season for an entire decade now, and over the years this hunting opportunity has become an important part of Oklahoma's outdoor heritage. This year, the unique chance for youth to hunt deer with a firearm before anybody else runs Oct. 18-20. The youth deer gun season made its debut as a three-day antlerless hunt in 2003. Since then it has grown in popularity and has also become an opportunity for youth to hunt both bucks and does in the same season, enjoying a limit of two deer (no more than one of which can be a buck). Last year, youth gun season hunters harvested almost 5,000 deer. The youth season is open to hunters under 18 years of age who are accompanied by a hunter 18 years or older. "The youth deer gun season is a win-win for Oklahoma," says Erik

Roger Miller Festival in Erick Save the date! Mark your calendars now for the upcoming 11th Annual Roger Miller Festival in Erick, Oklahoma on Saturday, October 26, 2013. This all day event will be held in downtown Erick with food, arts and crafts and entertainment beginning at 9:30 that morning. If you are interested in booth space or car show entries contact Cindy Tennery at 580 8211722 or email her at catennery@ yahoo.com. The Roger Miller Museum will be open free to the public all day. The evening will feature a concert at the Clifford Macklin Auditorium by Dean Miller, Nashville song writer and recording artist and son of Roger Miller. Also performing will be JW Lane and County Road X from the Texas Panhandle. Make your plans now to attend and look for our ad as time draws closer for more details,

Bartholomew, big game biologist for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. "It provides an opportunity for youth to go hunting and emphasizes mentorship in the sport of hunting. It's also good practice for the regular deer gun season because if they don't harvest a deer, they can use their unfilled youth deer gun license during the regular deer gun season in November." Hunters who do harvest a deer during the youth deer gun season may purchase another youth deer gun license and harvest a deer during the regular gun season. Complete details and regulations for the season, including information about the apprentice-designated hunting license that allows certain youth to hunt without having first completed the Oklahoma hunter education course, can be found online at wildlifedepartment. com or anywhere hunting licenses

are sold. A detailed guide to participating during the youth deer gun season is printed in the current issue of Outdoor Oklahoma magazine, and a link to the article is provided at the end of this report. Outdoor Oklahoma magazine is the official magazine of the Wildlife Department and focuses on information pertaining to hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation in Oklahoma. "Along with getting the annual "Big Game Report" article, subscribers get a lot of other news and details about Oklahoma's outdoors from Outdoor Oklahoma magazine, which makes it a great gift for any youth hunter you might be mentoring during the youth deer gun season," said Michael Bergin, associate editor of Outdoor Oklahoma. "It's just $10 a year." Subscriptions to Outdoor Oklahoma magazine are available by calling 1-800-777-0019.


Thursday, October 10, 2013

Classifieds

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HELP WANTED OILFIELD Service Company located in Leedey, OK and Midland, TX now hiring - All Positions Available. CDL Drivers, Gin Truck Operators, Salesman, Field Techs, Chemical Toilet Route Drivers. Must have clean driving record - must have current health certificate - must be able to pass drug test - must be 21 yers of age or older - health insurance benefits and paid vacation time. call 580-488-3654 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CHEYENNE Public Schools seeks a High School Secretary/ Administrative Assistant for the remainder of the 2013-2014 school year. Prospective candidates need to have excellent computer skills, highly organized and be able to meet the public well. Please send cover letter and resumes to High School Principal, Mr. Phillip Butler, PO Box 650 Cheyenne OK 73628 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ DRIVERS: Crude Oil, Sayre, OK Excellent Wages/Benefits. Great Home Time. Driver School Grads Welcome. CDL-A w/Tank & Hazmat Endorsement. Send resume to hr@nbiservices.com. Subject line must include job / location. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ HealthCare Innovations Private Services is now acceting applications for a Personal Care Attendant in the Cheyenne and Leedey areas. Please call Jennifer Cox or Wanda Thompson at 1-866-543-2834. “HCIPS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.”

CHEYENNE & ROGER MILLS COUNTY Large Shop, 3 Bedroom Home 3.5 Acres, Ready for New Owner! Nice Brick Home in Cheyenne priced to sell……………….$89,900 Large 4-5 Bedroom Home on Corner Lots, must see! Commercial Building in the heart of Cheyenne 10-20 Acre Tracts of Land on Paved Road 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath……......ONLY $55,900……….... Great Location! Operating Business - Ready for New Owners! 2 Bedroom Home on 1 Acre……………………………..Only $41,000

The Housing Authority of the Town of Cheyenne is now accepting applications for low-income housing. One (1), two (2) and three (3) bedroom apartments are available to eligible/ qualified applicants. Apartments are equipped with central heat/air conditioning, ceiling fans and water hookups. All maintenance and lawn care provided by the Project. Applications will be available at the Housing Authority of the Town of Cheyenne, 123 Vincent Drive, Cheyenne, OK. Interested persons may also call (580) 332-2399 to have an application mailed to them. /s/ Jimmy Beavin, Chairperson

House at 701 S Third, Cheyenne 2450 square feet, Completely Remodeled including: 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Den, Office, Kitchen, Living & Utility ~ Corian hard surface Countertops in Kitchen & both Baths New Tile in Kitchen, Utility, Bathrooms & Entry Floors New Doors, Trim, Crown Molding & Hardware New Light Fixtures & Ceiling Fans Wood Blinds on all Windows New Stainless Appliances Cellar ~ 2 Storage Buildings ~ 3 Car Carport Pergola, Landscaped Yard, Swimming Pool & Deck Underground Automatic Sprinkler System Plus many other extras ~ 2 Tone Steel Trim Shop at 703 S Third, Cheyenne 2 years old 50 x 30 Shop Automatic Double Garage & 10 foot Single Shop Door 3 x 5 Sliding Insulated Windows Spray on Insulation Peaked Roof with 12 foot sides 15 x 50 Lean To with Double Carport Wired & Plumbed for Bathroom House & Shop are Offered at a Reduced Price and would possibly consider selling them separately

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2013 District Champions - 2013 Regional Runner-Up First row: Easton Travis, Alex Thain, Dawson Harris, Corbin Teel, Bailey Miller, Jordan Wilson, Clay Teel. Standing second row: Cade Corff, Coach Jeremy McIntosh, Lane Hawkins, Michael Rowell, Wyatt Candy, Jose Ramirez, Tyler Musick, Assistant Coach Mike Deckman, Korbin Ivey. Manager Tyler Doty not pictured. See Schedule on school pages.

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Leedey Athletes have Great Weekend! LEF Annual Fundraiser Dinner Leedey Education Foundation will have its annual fundraising dinner on Friday, October 25, 2013, at 6:30 P. M. It will be held at the Leedey Community Center and will include a catered meal by The Cattle Exchange of Canadian, TX, a report on the past year’s activities, and a live auction. This event is the foundation’s major funding source for the year to provide scholarships and instructional grants to teachers and meet other educational needs as they arise. The live auction items are: Twelve Months of Desserts [twelve desserts (one each month) prepared by twelve wonderful cooks from the Leedey community], a Thunder package (two tickets and dinner for two at Vast-restaurant at the top of the Devon Tower), reserved parking space at the gym for the 20132014 school year, quilt by Annie

Bison Win 2013 Regional Championship! Leedey 13, Arnett 3 - Leedey 6, Hammon 1

Switzer, custom designed jewelry by Kim Miller, holiday wreath, turquoise-inlaid wooden crosses, and art donated by The Bank of the West (artists are Lorine Albright, JN Austin, Calvin Graybill, Imogene Rounds, Eileen Schmidt, Mona Story). Reservations can be made by calling Lily at 580-497-7786 or Gina at The Bank of The West (580-488-2001). Tickets are $100.00. If you cannot attend but would like to support the foundation, donations can be mailed to P. O. Box 314, Leedey, OK, 73654 or taken to Gina Heck at The Bank of the West. The Leedey Education Foundation’s purpose is to encourage community involvement and ownership in Leedey Public Schools and provide innovative and creative programs and learning opportunities that would otherwise not be funded.

Lady Bison Crowned 2013 Regional Champions after three hard-fought games! Luke Puffinbarger is all smiles as he just passed all 26 levels of Rocket Math Addition. Luke is a second grader at Leedey and passed each level on the first try. For his efforts, Luke was rewarded with a certificate for a free piece of pizza and a soft drink. He will now start on the 26 levels of subtraction. Luke’s teacher is Mrs. Connie Quattlebaum.

Leedey 5th & 6th Grade Boys Win Championship of the Hammon/Erick Tournament! They are coached by Lance Carpenter

Bryce Clemons Receives Scholarship

Bryce Clemons, a Northern Oklahoma College sophomore from Leedey, Okla. was awarded the Verlin and Bonnie Easterling Scholarship. The award is for $2,000. The Northern Oklahoma College Foundation (NOCF) scholarship is awarded to a returning sophomore student who is majoring in social science and has at least a 3.00 grade point average. Pictured congratulating Bryce are NOC President Dr. Cheryl Evans, Susie Easterling, Clemons, Robert Easterling, NOC Social Science Division Chair Mark Silkey and Snyder. (Photo provided)


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Cheyenne

Accelerated Math Awards ~ 3rd Grade L-R: Gage Smeltzer, Clayton Moss, Harli Bradley, Ridge Little & Reagan Buschbacher

25 Point Accelerated Reading Awards L-R: Brandon Blackketter, Tenley Allen, Shaylie Carter, Luke Hawkins, Parker Underwood, Reagan Buschbacher, Chad Frederking & Natilee Aikins

25 Point Accelerated Reading Awards L-R: Tyler Burch, Tember Thomas, Braylee Wright, Cheyna Charton, Jarrett Ford, Terra Chandler, Zech Payne & Avari Brown

25 AR Points Hayley Whiteneck

All Sports Carnival

Cheyenne Public School H.S. AGENDA 10/14/13 – 10/18/13 Monday, October 14, 2013 H.S. Academic District Seeding Tournament ……………………….…….TBA H.S. Boys Basketball Scrimmage…………….@ Navajo………………..4:00pm Band ~ Yankee Candle Sales End………………………………………………… Tuesday, October 15, 2013 JH Academic Practice ………………….Rm 221……………………….12:35pm FFA PI Greenhand Quiz/Opening Ceremonies Contest…..@ Thomas..…4:00pm BPA Fall Leadership Conference ……………………………………………OKC Education Sr. Expo………………………………………….…………@ Elk City JH/HS Parent/Teacher Conference……...……………………….4:00pm – 7:00pm

125 Accelerated Reading Points Owen Jackson & Trenton Barton

50 Point Accelerated Reading Club Jamie Beasterfield & Sydney Batchelor

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 JH/HS Parent/Teacher Conference…………..……………...….8:00am – 12:00pm PSAT………………………………Rm. 215….……………….9:00am – 12:00pm HS Girls Basketball Scrimmage…Vs. Lookeba-Sickles @ Cheyenne......12:00pm All Region Cheer Try-Outs………….….@ Anadarko….……………….10:00am Thursday, October 17, 2013 FALL BREAK ………..…………………………………………….NO SCHOOL Robotics Exercise……………………………………………………..@ Cheyenne Friday, October 18, 2013 FALL BREAK ………..…………………………………………….NO SCHOOL

The Cheyenne-Reydon All Sports Carnival will be held Saturday, October 26 at the Ag Pavilion in Cheyenne from 6-9:00 PM. Each athlete in grades 7 - 12, from both Cheyenne and Reydon,

need to bring 2 cakes, 2 rat's nest items and 2 junk food items. Each athlete also needs to sign up to work a booth shift. A sign-up sheet is located in the Cheyenne gym.

CHS Basketball Gate & Family Passes Cheyenne Public Schools is going to keep basketball gate prices the same for the 2013-2014 school year. The price will be $4.00 for adults and $3.00 for students. Cheyenne School has elected to offer family, adult and student passes to all home games except tournaments. Family Pass - $125.00; Adult Pass - $50.00; Student Pass - $35.00; and as always Senior Citizens (62 & older) - No Charge. Any of these passes may be purchased by calling the high school office, 497-3371 ext 201 or at the gate of the following dates: October 14 - 3rd/4th - 5th/6th Home Game

November 1 - JH JV & HS JV Home Game November 12 - HS Home Game

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5th & 6th Grade Basketball Festival

October 21-22, 2013 Monday, October 21 4:15 Reydon vs. Sweetwater (girls) 5:00 Reydon vs. Sweetwater (boys) 5:45 Leedey vs. Hammon (girls) 6:30 Leedey vs. Hammon (boys) 7:15 Cheyenne vs. Canute (girls) 8:00 Cheyenne vs. Canute (boys) Tuesday, October 22 4:15 Reydon vs. Hammon (girls) 5:00 Reydon vs. Hammon (boys) 5:45 Sweetwater vs. Canute (girls) 6:30 Sweetwater vs. Canute (boys) 7:15 Cheyenne vs. Leedey (girls) 8:00 Cheyenne vs. Leedey (boys)

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Thursday, Oct 10: Oatmeal Bars, Cereal, Pop Tarts, Fruit, Juice, Milk Hamburger or Chicken on Bun, Sweet Potato Fries, Applesauce, Milk Friday, Oct 11: Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage, Cereal, Fruit, Juice, Milk Wraps w/Cheese, Lettuce, Chips, Fruit, Milk Monday, Oct 14: Sausage Biscuit, Cereal, Pop Tart, Juice, Fruit, Milk BBQ Sandwich, Baked Beans, Tropical Fruit, Milk Tuesday, Oct 15: Waffles, Sausage, Cereal, Fruit, Juice, Milk - Frito Chili Pie w/Cheddar Cheese, Salad, Sliced Pears, Milk Wed, Oct 16: NO SCHOOL - Parent/Teacher Conference Oct 17-18: NO SCHOOL - FALL BREAK


Thursday, October 10, 2013 The Cheyenne Star, Page 3B

Bears Academic Team Competes

Mr. Garrison takes time to spend the day helping in the kitchen.

Player Profile: Monti Sappenfield

Monti Clarice Sappenfield plays 3rd base for the Lady Bears. Her favorite thing about softball is it teaches you teamwork and leadership. Her favorite foods are brownies and pizza. She is the daughter of Billy and Debra Sappenfield. She has one sister Callie Sappenfield. Monti’s favorite subject is History and her favorite teacher is Brad

Thrash. She has lives here since spring break of her 8th grade years. The advice she would like to give underclassmen is “stay strong, do your best, and do what the seniors say.” Her hobbies are basketball, softball, and church. She plans to go to college and do something with her life, and to play basketball or softball.

National School Bus Safety Week Cheyenne Public Schools is supporting National School Bus Safety Week this month. The week is recognized October 22nd through 25th. Schools everywhere will recognize this week. The theme this year is: "STAND BACK FROM THE YELLOW AND BLACK". The theme of the 2013 National School Bus Safety Week is a unique reminder to motorists and students about the dangers that exist outside the school bus. Studies have shown that the most hazardous part of the school bus ride for children is when they get on and off the bus. Remember to pay close attention to school buses when you see them driving on the street. Teach your children how to be safe when entering and exiting the bus. Be sure to remind your children to thank their bus drivers for keeping them safe and for transporting them to and from school. Also, Cheyenne Public Schools’ administration, faculty, and staff would like to thank all the bus drivers for transporting children each and every school day. Be safe! Works Cited: http://members.csea.com/memberhome/Events/RecognitionEvents/SchoolBusSafetyWeek/ tabid/1148/Default.aspx http://education.ohio.gov/ To p i c s / F i n a n c e - a n d - F u n d i n g / S c h o o l - Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n / School-Transportation-Safety/National-School-Bus-Safety-Week

New Student Profile: Zane Kinnaman

April Hillman helps in the kitchen. JH / HS Parent - Teacher Conference will be held on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 from 4:00pm to 7:00pm Wednesday, October 16,2013 from 8:00am to 12:00pm

Zane Kinnaman is 15 and in 8th grade. He previously attended Reydon School for 8 years before moving to Cheyenne. He is the son of Corey and Audrey Kinnaman. He has two siblings Zaden and ZoeyKinnaman. He is the grandson of Rick and Susan Powers and Debbie and Bob Kinnaman. His hobbies are basketball, baseball, hunting, and fishing. He is planning to go to college and became on engineer and make money.

The High School Academic Team has started the season off strong. The have won six of seven contests within the Oklahoma Great Plains Academic Conference. Currently they are in second place of sixteen schools. Conner Kirk is currently in fourth place individually in the conference, scoring a total of 360 points to this point. Callie Maddux, Kate Sander and Evan George are in the top fifteen students. The team will be traveling to Hammon on Monday, October 14th to compete in the District Seeding Tournament where they will compete against Leedey, Hammon and Reydon. The Academic Teams would like to thank Smith Ag Services, Geneece Cook and Security State Bank for their generous support of our program.Students that are on the Academic Team are Seniors: Justin Little(not pictured), Callie Maddux, Randa Newman, Whitley Land and Laura Rodriguez, Juniors: Kate Sander, Jocelyn Robertson, Ashlee Lester, Conner Kirk, Mandy Moore and Summer Pennington, Sophomores: Taylor Conn and Evan George, Freshman: Nathan Jackson, Claire Kerr and Tanner Leach (not pictured).

Speech and Drama Department Prepares for Competition

Under the direction of the new speech and drama instructor at Cheyenne High School, Mrs. Kelah Watson, the speech and drama students excitedly take on the task of performing this year’s play America’s Next Top Model Student written by Alan Heckner.This talented cast and crew will work together to entertain and to wow the audience with their rendition of this play, which is a comedy depicting a game show that challenges students to be the top student in the class. The cast and crew will be working toward the title of State One-Act Champion. The cast includes Drake Boyce, Jessica Burroughs, BrayganLippencott, Laura Rodriguez, Katie Green, Claire Kerr, Brett Kirk, Conner Kirk, Samantha Kirk, Whitley Land, Ashlee Lester, MaddieMcNiel, Jocelyn Robertson, CortneyBlume, and Ashley Sanderford. These students auditioned on September 4in the school auditorium for volunteer judges Mrs. Dianna Butler, Mrs. Vanessa Baker, and Mr. James Calvert. Senior Justin Little is in charge of sound, and Taylor Conn is in charge of lights with juniorMandy Moore serving as the student director/stage manager. Other crew members include Krystal Douglas, Kasey Barton, and Justin Scott. With a tough rehearsal schedule,

these students have been diligently rehearsing for the upcoming competitions and performances. Mrs. Watson stated, “This cast and crew is a highly-motivated and super-talented group of students. It is my pleasure to have been selected to serve as their director.” The first competition was held October 2 at the Cheyenne auditorium, where they were the runners-up for the 5-County competition. Four schools will compete at Cheyenne who will be hosting

the regional 4A competition on October 12. Only the top two schools will advance to the state competition, which will be held on October 26. The school performance of the play will be October 10 at 1:00 p.m. The public performance will be October 11 at 7:00 P.M. at the school auditorium. Mrs. Kelah Watson and the speech and drama students cordially invite the public to support them in their performance and attend any or all of the play presentations.

Cheyenne Schools Prepares for Flu Season Worried about catching the flu? Cheyenne Public Schools’ administration, faculty, and staff are prepared for flu season, taking measures to clean the school and make it a healthy environment. Administrators would like to remind parents and faculty that the Roger Mills Memorial Hospital will be giving free flu shots on Tuesday, October 15 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Roger Mills Memorial Hospital. The flu is a contagious and seri-

ous illness. Statistically, someone has a five to twenty percent chance of catching the flu each year. The number of people hospitalized every year for the flu is 200,000. The number of people who die every year from the flu range from 3,000 to 49,000. Parents and teachers can help prevent the spread of the flu virus by cleaning their rooms, having students their wash hands, and encouraging the use of hand sanitizer. Works cited: http://www.webmd.com

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Page 4B ~ The Cheyenne Star Legals Thursday, October 10, 2013 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROGER MILLS COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the Estates of ) RICHARD MELBOURNE “DICK” MILLER, ) DAPHNE FRANCES MILLER a/k/a ) Case No. PB-2013-32 FRANCIS C. MILLER, and ) MURILLO S. “DICK” SCHOFIELD, ) Deceased. ) COMBINED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF HEARING TO: All persons interested in the Estates of Richard Melbourne “Dick” Miller, Daphne Frances Miller a/k/a Francis C. Miller, and Murillo S. “Dick” Schofield, Deceased. You are hereby notified that on August 8, 2013, the Petitioner, Peter Schofield, filed in the District Court of Roger Mills County, a Petition for Summary Administration and Admission of Foreign Will to Probate. The Petitioner has alleged that Richard Melbourne “Dick” Miller, age 66, died on December 29, 1967, domiciled and residing in Los Angeles County, California, and the total value of the Decedent’s property in Oklahoma is approximately $10,000.00. The Petitioner also alleges that Daphne Frances Miller a/k/a Francis C. Miller, age 86, died October 10, 1981, domiciled and residing in Los Angeles County, California, and the total value of the Decedent’s property in Oklahoma is approximately $10,000.00. The Petitioner also alleges that Murillo S. “Dick” Schofield, age 90, died August 10, 2005, domiciled and residing in Los Angeles County, California, and the total value of the Decedent’s property in Oklahoma is approximately $10,000.00. The Petitioner has asked that this Court order summary proceedings pursuant to 58 O.S. § 245, et seq. In an Order for Combined Notice entered on September 25, 2013, the Court found that it should dispense with the regular estate proceedings prescribed by law and order notice to creditors and issue an order for hearing upon the Petition for Summary Administration and Admission of Foreign Will to Probate, the Final Account and Petition for Determination of Heirs, Legatees and Devisees and Distribution. Pursuant to the Order for Combined Notice, all creditors having claims against Richard Melbourne “Dick” Miller, Daphne Frances Miller a/k/a Francis C. Miller, and/or Murillo S. “Dick” Schofield are required to present the same with a description of all securities and other collateral, if any, held by each creditor with respect to such claim, to the Petitioner, Peter Schofield, 800 Sea Spray Lane #307, Foster City, CA 94404, on or before November 4, 2013, or the same will be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held on December 16, 2013 at 10:00am at the Roger Mills County Courthouse, 480 L. L. Males Ave and Broadway St., Cheyenne, OK 73628, before Associate District F. Pat VerSteeg. At the hearing, the Court will decide whether to approve the Petition for Summary Administration and Admission of Foreign Will to Probate and the Final Account and Petition for Determination of Heirs, Legatees and Devisees and Distribution will be filed therein on or before November 25, 2013. You are hereby advised that you must file objections to the Petition for Summary Administration and Admission of Foreign Will to Probate and Petition for Determination of Heirs, Legatees and Devisees and Distribution at least ten (10) days before the hearing and send a copy to the Petitioner’s attorney, or you will be deemed to have waived any objections. If you have no objections, you do not need to appear at the hearing or make any filing with the Court. If any objection is filed at least ten (10) days before the hearing, the Court will determine whether the summary proceedings are appropriate and if so, whether the estate will be distributed and to whom.

CASE NO. CV-2013-26

CASE NO. CV-2013-27

SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION NOTICE

SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION NOTICE

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: The Unknown Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisees, Trustees, and Assigns of WINFORD PAUL MILLER A/K/A W. PAUL MILLER, DECEASED; and LEONA LEWIS MILLER, being a known heir of Winford Paul Miller a/k/a W. Paul Miller, deceased, if living and if deceased, the unknown successors, heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, and assigns of Leona Lewis Miller; and You are hereby notified that an action has been filed in the Roger Mills County District Court, State of Oklahoma, in Case No. CV-2013- , styled “Enerlex, Inc., Plaintiff, vs. The Unknown Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisees, Trustees, and Assigns of Winford Paul Miller a/k/a W. Paul Miller, Deceased, et al., Defendants” alleging that Plaintiff is the record owner of the mineral interests in the described lands situated in Roger Mills County, State of Oklahoma: Lot 1 & SE/4 NE/4 & SE/4 & NE/4 SW/4 & SE/4 NW/4 of Section 6, Township 15 North, Range 25 West

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: The Unknown Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisees, Trustees, and Assigns of KATHERINE SOUTHERLAND BRITT A/K/A KATHERINE BRITT, DECEASED; and You are hereby notified that an action has been filed in the Roger Mills County District Court, State of Oklahoma, styled “Enerlex, Inc., Plaintiff, vs. The Unknown Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisees, Trustees, and Assigns of Kathryn Southerland Britta/k/a Katheryn Britt, Deceased, et al., Defendants” alleging that Plaintiff is the record owner of the mineral interests in the described lands situated in Roger Mills County, State of Oklahoma: SE/4 SW/4 & SE/4 of Section 24, Township 16 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma; and

that Plaintiff’s Petition alleges that you claim some right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest in and to the subject properties, adverse to Plaintiff, which constitutes a cloud on Plaintiff’s title, and that you have no right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest, either in law or in equity, in and to the subject properties, or any of them. You are hereby notified that you have been sued and must answer the Petition filed by Plaintiff on or before the 29th day of November, 2013, or the allegations contained in said Petition will be taken as true and judgment entered thereon adjudging the Plaintiff to be the owner of the subject properties as stated in Plaintiff’s Petition. In such event, you will be adjudged and decreed to have no right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest, either in law or in equity, in and to the subject properties, or any of them, and a decree quieting Plaintiff’s title in and to the Properties will be entered. Given under my hand and seal this 23rd day of September, 2013.

E/2 NE/4 of Section 26, Township 16 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.

JAN BAILEY, COURT CLERK By: Karla Swartney Kelly M. Hunt, OBA #31387 General Counsel - Enerlex, Inc. 18452 E. 111th St. Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74011 Telephone:918-404-9324 Facsimile:918-449-0180 Email: khunt@enerlex.com ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF

SW/4 NW/4 & NW/4 SW/4 & E/2 W/2 & NW/4 NW/4 & SW/4 SW/4 of Section 25, Township 16 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma; and

that Plaintiff’s Petition alleges that you claim some right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest in and to the subject properties, adverse to Plaintiff, which constitutes a cloud on Plaintiff’s title, and that you have no right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest, either in law or in equity, in and to the subject properties, or any of them. You are hereby notified that you have been sued and must answer the Petition filed by Plaintiff on or before the 29th day of November, 2013, or the allegations contained in said Petition will be taken as true and judgment entered thereon adjudging the Plaintiff to be the owner of the subject properties as stated in Plaintiff’s Petition. In such event, you will be adjudged and decreed to have no right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest, either in law or in equity, in and to the subject properties, or any of them, and a decree quieting Plaintiff’s title in and to the Properties will be entered. Given under my hand and seal this 23rd day of September, 2013. JAN BAILEY, COURT CLERK By: Nancy Hay Kelly M. Hunt, OBA #31387 General Counsel - Enerlex, Inc. 18452 E. 111th St. Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74011 Telephone:918-404-9324 Facsimile:918-449-0180 Email: khunt@enerlex.com ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF

Timothy C. Dowd, OBA #2458 ELIAS, BOOKS, BROWN & NELSON 211 North Robinson, Suite 1300 Oklahoma City, OK 73102-7114 (405) 232-3722 – Telephone (405) 232-3746 – Facsimile Attorney for Petitioner, Peter Schofield

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: CORDILLERA ENERGY PARTNERS III, LLC RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: MEWBOURNE OIL COMPANY RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 22 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306464 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Spess Oil Company; and all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an Order authorizing Mewbourne Oil Company, or some other party, to drill, complete and produce a horizontal well in the Tonkawa common source of supply for the 640-acre horizontal drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 36, Township 17 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, with a surface location and completion interval as follows:

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: MEWBOURNE OIL COMPANY RELIEF SOUGHT: DRILLING AND SPACING

LAND COVERED: SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 22 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201000769 AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Chesapeake-Clements Acquisition; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C. and Chesapeake Operating; Claben Energy, Inc.; Claremont Corporation; Clements Exploration Co.; Clements Oil, LLC; Crawley Petroleum Corporation; EVA Exploration Company, LLC; GHK Exploration, LP; Greenbriar Energy Ventures, LLC; Don V. Ingram; JHMJR, Ltd. c/o George Z. Marshall; Mary Cathryn Kelly; George Kranich; Larchmont Resources, LLC; Billy R. Lee; Noble Properties, LLC; Posse Energy, Ltd.; QEP Energy Company; Rose Rock Energy, LLC; SLB Limited Partnership; Solon L. Bloomer Family Partnership, LTD Partnership II; Turner Resources, Inc.; WCT Resources, LLC; Zinke & Trumbo, Inc.; and all persons, owners, producers and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an Order authorizing Apache Corporation, or some other party, complete and produce a horizontal well in the 640acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 20, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The well is a horizontal well in the Tonkawa Sand common source of supply with surveyed bottomhole locations as follows:

This well will be completed using an open hole completion technique, and the “completion interval” will be established by such circumstance. Provided, the entire length of the lateral will be in the W/2 of said Section 36. Those proposed locations are not legal locations under the terms of a requested spacing order. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 25, 26 and 35, Township 17 North, Range 22 West; and, Sections 1 and 2, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as operator of the unit well. (b) That the well, if a commercial producer in the common sources of supply named herein, be permitted to produce without penalty. (c) That, at the request of the Applicant, the Order may be made effective on a date prior to its signing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Corporation Commission, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 28th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Avenue, Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725 or contact Chris Giffhorn at Mewbourne Oil Company (405) 235-6374.

LAND COVERED: SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 22 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306463 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; QEP Energy Company; Oklahoma United Methodist Foundation, Inc., Trustee for Oklahoma United Methodist Children’s Home of Tahlequah c/o BOKF, NA, Agent; Panhandle Royalty Company; Farmers Union Cooperative Royalty Company; First Baptist Church of Leedey; Cathy Jo Imhoff; Timothy Imhoff, a/k/a Timothy Joel Imoff-Richardson; Crawford Imhoff; Edwin West, Glen Jones and Louise Duvall, Trustees of The Mary West Trust; Lona Ann West; Lona A. Noe Kossnar; Vanessa R. (Noe) Porter; Joe William West and Brenda Diane West; Judy E. West; The U.S. AgBank; Bill Crowley; Jimmae Hines; J. A. Craig; T. L. Craig; C. H. Fry and Yvonne Fry, Trustees of the Fry Revocable Trust; Yvonne Fry; Vernon Imhoff; and all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an Order creating a 640-acre horizontal drilling and spacing unit for the Tonkawa common source underlying Section 36, Township 17 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: a. An Order creating a 640-acre horizontal drilling and spacing unit for the Tonkawa common source of supply underlying said Section 36. Said 640-acre unit to be formed by the governmental section, with the permitted well locations to be at any point in said 640-acre unit not closer than 660 feet to the boundary thereof. b. Applicant may request that said Order be made effective on a date prior to its signing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Corporation Commission, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 A.M., on the 28th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Avenue, Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725 or contact: Chris Giffhorn, Landman Mewbourne Oil Company. Its address is One Leadership Square, 211 North Robinson, Suite 2000 , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, Telephone (405) 235-6374.

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DONE AND PERFORMED this 1st day of October, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 1st day of October, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 1st day of October, 2013.

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

Commission Secretary

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

Surface Location Point of Entry Point of Termination

North/South Location-ft NCT 200' FSL NCT 330' FSL NCT 330' FNL

East/West Location-ft NCT 660' FWL NCT 600' FWL NCT 600' FWL

North/South Location-ft Surface Location 330' FSL First Perforation 762' FSL Last Perforation 343' FNL

East/West Location-ft 1,981' FWL Section 20-16N-22W 1,916' FWL Section 20-16N-22W 1,742' FWL Section 20-16N-22W

The requested Final Order is to grant an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 61659. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 17, 18, 19, 29 and 30, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as the party authorized to drill, complete and produce the proposed well. (b) That the well, if a commercial producer in the common sources of supply named herein, be permitted to produce without penalty. (c) That, at the request of the Applicant, the Order may be made effective on a date prior to its signing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 29th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Avenue, Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725 or contact Apache Corporation, Telephone number is (918) 491-4900.

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Thursday, October 10, 2013 Legals The Cheyenne Star, Page 5B

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

/s/ PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

APPLICANT: KAISER-FRANCIS OIL COMPANY AND ) KAISER-FRANCIS ANADARKO, LLC ) ) RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED DENSITY ) CAUSE CD NO. 201306701-T LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ) SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST ) ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and particularly, Aloha Partners, LP A Texas Limited Liability; Arkla Exploration Company; B & D Oil Recycling, LLC c/o Brett Hunter; B. E. I., Inc.; Barbra Arres; Betty F. Frazier; Bill Townsend or Allyne Townsend; Billy Lee Caskey; Black Stone Natural Resources I, LP; Britz, Inc.; Bruno and Marshall Investments A Texas General Partnership; Buffalo Exploration, Inc.; C. Thomas Hollenshead, aka Charles Thomas Hollenshead; Carl E. Gungoll Exploration, LLC; Charles F. White c/o Farmers State Bank For Deposit Only 3096511601; Cherokee Minerals, LP; Chertz Exploration, Inc.; Christopher Jay Chalfant; D K D Resources, LP; David A. Guest; Dixie Oil and Gas Co., LLC; Donald K. Riffe S/D Ira First State Bank of Stratford Custodian; Donald E. Maxon; Dorothy M. Kidd 1981 Rev. Trust, Dorothy M. Kidd, Trustee; Esco Exploration, Inc.; ESI Energy, LLC; Exxon Mobil Corporation; Frank Willis Hoover; Gala Elder Marshall; Gay C. Elza, Trustee F/B/O Slater, Sterling, Samuel Elza; Gay Chalfant Elza; Grover Brothers Partnership; Grover Family, LP; Gruver Girls Oil and Gas, aka Gruver Girls Gas and Oil c/o Sherilee Kerschen; Harold D. Morgan; Hawthorne Energy, aka Hawthrone Energy Company; Hillside Syndicate; Irish Lee Stogner and Michael Todd Stogner, Co-Trustees of The Stogner Family Revocable Trust; J.N. Kirby; J.W. Chalfant; Jacqueline Ruth Chalfant Life Estate; James Warren Chalfant, Jr., aka Jay Warren Chalfant; JK Royalty, LP A Texas Limited Partnership; John D. Davis; Kennedy Resources, LLC; Kennedy Minerals, LTD; Kenneth J. Reynolds; Leo M. Kantowski & Laura M. Kantowski; Linda S. Johnstone Living Trust Dtd 3/10/2000 As Amended ; Linn Operating, Inc.; Lottie Mae Maxon; Lowe Family Trust dtd 9/1/03 Eric C. Lowe & Brenda K. Lowe, Co-Trustees; Mabel Jean Maxon; MAP 92-96 MGD, An Oklahoma General Partnership c/o Mineral Acquisition; Mark C. Starnes; Mary G. Chalfant, aka Mary Chalfant; Meridian Oil Inc., fka El Paso Exploration Company; Michael P. Knapp; Michael Shafer Chalfant, aka Michiel Shaffer Chalfant; Michael Shearn; Minterne Corporation; Muirfield Resources Company; Noble Royalties Access Fund IV, LP; Norman K. Stewart; Norman K. Stewart and Susan L. Stewart, Trustees of The Stewart Family Trust; ONRR Federal Office of Natural Resources Revenue Federal; Patrick Warren Chalfant; QEP Energy Company; Richard H. Snyder; Roadrunner Holdings, LLC; Robert H. Maxon; Robert D. Habbit; Roxstar Investments, LLP A Texas Limited Liability ; Ruby E. Maxon; Sam L. Wilhite, Jr. & Martha Wilhite Co-Trustees UTA 11/7/83; Sam L. Wilhite, Jr.; Samson Resources Company; Devon Energy Production Company,Successor in interest to Seagull Midcon, Inc.; Sean Michael Mills; Sheila Matthews; Shirley K. Edwards; Shogoil & Gas Co. II, LLC; Shogoil & Gas Co., LLC; SOL West III; Sophia J. Smither & Richard Allen Smither; Steven J. Johnstone; Sun Operating Limited Partnership, acting by and through it Managing General Partner, Oryx Energy Company; Sunshine Exploration Company; Sydhan, LP; Tanza K. Brumfield; Teresa Campbell c/o Mark C. Starnes; Timothy Glover Chalfant; Triangle Royalty Corporation; U.K. Energy Corp. c/o GHK Co.; Ueal L. Edwards and Shirley K. Edwards, Trustees of The Edwards Living Trust; Ware Oil & Gas Inc.; Westco Family L.P.;White Oak Royalty Company; William Paul Maxon & Joyce Michelle Maxon; Lynn Escamilla, Clear Creek Resources LLC, Ramsey W. Drake II, UGGS Energy LLC, Ward X LLC, and if any of the above are deceased, defunct or dissolved, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, assigns and successors, immediate and remote, of the above named parties. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission: (a) Enter an Order, to be effective on the date of issuance or on a date prior thereto, authorizing the drilling of an additional well to test and produce from the Marmaton Lime common source of supply underlying the captioned unit as an exception to Order No. 184421, and to appoint Applicant or some other party as Operator of the subject well, and (b) Establish a proper allowable for the well. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: Applicant is requesting Commission to appoint Applicant or some other party as operator of the subject well. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge, for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Regional Service Offices, 440 S. Houston, Suite 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74127, at 8:30 a.m. on the 29th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any person having an interest in this cause or desiring to protest same may participate in the hearing by telephone pursuant to OCC-OAC 165: 5-1-8, and if this cause is uncontested, the Applicant, its representatives and witnesses may appear and testify by telephone. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any Respondent having standing to protest by statute or by rule of the Corporation Commission, objecting to the place of hearing, must file a written response or protest with the Court Clerk's office of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, not less than five (5) days before the scheduled hearing date shown above. Failure to timely object pursuant to OCC-OAC 165: 5-1-8 may be deemed a waiver of objection to venue. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact Tim Orndorff, Todco Properties, Inc. 1818 W. Lindsey, Suite A-102 Norman, OK 73069, Phone: (405) 447-4040 or Mr. Verland E. Behrens, Attorney for Applicant, 6 N.E. 63rd Street, Suite 400, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105, Phone: (405) 848-1014. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

/s/ BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman

/s/ DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DONE AND PERFORMED this 2nd day of October, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 7th day of October, 2013.

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

/s/ PEGGY MITCHELL, Secretary

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: ENERVEST OPERATING, LLC ) ) RELIEF SOUGHT: POOLING CAUSE CD NO. ) BALCK MOON 1H-5 WELL 201306569T ) ) LEGAL SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 12 ) DESCRIPTION: NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ) ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA ) NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested parties in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma: Apache Corporation; Ashley Ane Kennedy; Baker Petroleum & Investments, Inc.; Blair Royalties, Ltd.; Bob L. Worley Estate; Carver Royalty Company, LLC; Casey Beaty; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CJS Production, LLC; Cosmo Investments, L.L.C.; Deborah Peery; Donald C. Sita; Elmer Glenn Henson Estate; Family Tree Corporation; Family Trust under The Harry Carver Living Trust dated 2/11/1993, Kathryn V. Carver, Trustee; Gary Millspaugh; Gerald Voin Damron; Gordon Ray Damron; Headquarters Creek, LLC; Jess Harris Jr. Irrevocable Trust dated 3/12/1978, Jess Harris III, Successor Trustee; Jodi Surtees; John Millspaugh; John Johnston; Johnson-Bounds, L.L.C.; Key Enterprises, Inc.; LRC Enterprises LLC; Lakewind, L.L.C.; M. J. & E., LLC; Mekusukey Oil Company, L.L.C.; Norman Scott Damron; PAR Oil Company, Inc.; Paul Lambert Investments, L.L.C.; Scott S. Moore; Shannon L. Harrison, formerly Shannon L. Daugherty; Stephen J. Millspaugh; Synergy Title & Mineral Company, LLC; Tanner C. Daugherty; T&KJ, LLC; Tyson Daugherty; Verna Gayle Damron; Walter W. Millspaugh; Winston Gates; Jerry Johnston; Patricia Ann Powell; Ruth Putney; Vincent Putney; J. Forrest Putney, Jr.; Charlene Putney; Cheryl Putney; The Estate of Bessie Daugherty, Terry Wayne Daugherty, Personal Representative; Bessie Putney Heirs or Successors; Francis W. Putney Heirs or Successors; J. Forrest Putney Heirs or Successors; N. J. Payne Heirs or Successors; Madalyn Johnson Davis Estate, Personal Representative. If any named person is deceased, then the known or unknown heirs, executors, administrators, trustees, devisees, and assigns, immediate and remote of such decedent, are made respondents to this Notice. If any named Respondent is a corporation which does not continue to have legal existence, then the known or unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any of such entity, are made respondents to this Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting that the Commission pool as a unit and adjudicate the rights and equities of all oil and gas owners, pursuant to Title 52 O.S. '87.1, in the Brown Dolomite, Douglas, Tonkawa, Cottage Grove, Hogshooter, Checkerboard, Cleveland and Marmaton Granite Wash common sources of supply underlying Section 5, Township 12 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County and to designate the Applicant or some other party as operator. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting the following special relief: To authorize the Applicant or some other party to drill said well, provide that the operator have one-year in which to commence operations and possibly make this Order effective on a date prior to the signing thereof. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting their findings and recommendations to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the conservation docket at the Corporation Commission, Eastern Regional Office, Suite 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, at 8:30 a.m. on the 28th day of October, 2013 and that this Notice be published as required by law and by the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of the telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney prior to the hearing date and provide their name and phone number. OTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any part objecting to the place of hearing should filed their objection with the Court Clerk not less than five (5) days before the initial scheduled hearing. Failure to make a timely objection to the location of the hearing may be deemed by the Commission as a waiver to the place of hearing or venue. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested parties may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact SAMUEL STEELE, EnerVest Operating, LLC, 1001 Fannin St., Suite 800, Houston TX 77002-6708, (713) 659-3500 or WILLIAM H. HUFFMAN, Attorney for Applicant, 1743 East 71st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136-5108, (918) 492-4433. DONE AND PERFORMED this 3rd day of October, 2013. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA Patrice Douglas, Chairman Bob Anthony, Vice-Chairman Dana L. Murphy, Commissioner BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Peggy Mitchell, Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: SANGUINE GAS EXPLORATION, L.L.C. RELIEF REQUESTED: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 11 NORTH, RANGE 26 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306543 AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting that the Corporation Commission establish the well location for a horizontal well to be drilled to and produce from the Upper Granite Wash (Missourian) common source of supply (640-acre drilling and spacing unit by Order No. 494544) underlying Section 16, Township 11 North, Range 26 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, with the location of the completion interval being no closer than 300 feet from the north line, no closer than 300 feet from the south line, and no closer than 1,000 feet from the west line of Section 16, as an exception to the Order No. 494544, and fixing an allowable therefor. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, pursuant to 52 O.S. Section 87.3, the offsetting sections toward which this horizontal well will be moving are: Sections 8, 9 and 17, Township 11 North, Range 26 West, Roger Mills County, and Sections 20 and 21, Township 11 North, Range 26 West, Beckham County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: that the Applicant or some other party be named as operator and possibly providing that said Order be made effective on some date prior to the entry of the final order. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Corporation Commission, First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 A.M. on the 29th day of October, 2013, and that this Notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that in the event this cause is uncontested, the Applicant, its attorney, representatives, witnesses and other proponents of the Applicant may appear and conduct the hearing by telephone from either the Tulsa office facility, 440 S. Houston, Suite 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, or at the Oklahoma City facility, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact Von Martin, Telephone: (405) 340-9299, or Eric R. King (OBA #5029), GABLEGOTWALS, Attorney for Applicant, One Leadership Square, 15th Floor, 211 N. Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, Telephone (405) 235-5500. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

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Legals

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Amanda Bogle - sliding into 3rd BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION

Laura Rodriquez makes a throw to first base

Kate Sander gets the out at first base as pitcher Callie Maddux watches

RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED WELL DENSITY LAND COVERED: SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 22 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306419 AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: ALLEN C LEE; AMANDA JO ADKINS; ANGELA H BISHOP REVOCABLE TRUST ANGELA H BISHOP, TRUSTEE; ARKOMA POWER & ENERGY COMPANY; ASHLEY KAY STROMAN; BILLY WAYNE GORMAN FAMILY INVESTMENT LP; BURTON & BARBARA STEWARD 2011 REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST, BURTON D & BARBARA STEWARD, TRUSTEES; CARL W & ERNESTINE L STEWARD JT; CEDAR CREEK ENERGY; CHARLOTTE DENISE CLOEMAN, SHAHAN; CHERYL ANN BAXTER; CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION LLC; CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION, LLC; CHESAPEAKE-CLEMENTS ACQUISITION; CHEYENNE PETROLEUM COMPANY; CHK CLEVELAND TONKAWA, LLC; CLABEN ENERGY INC; CLAREMONT CORPORATION; CLEMENTS EXPLORATION CO.;CLEMENTS OIL, LLC; CLEVELAND TONKAWA ROYALTY PARTNERS, LP ; CLYDE ROSS STEWARD; COLDWATER CREEK EXPLORATION, LLC; COOPER TRUST, CHARLES C & MARGARET COOPER, TRUSTEES; CRAWLEY PETROLEUM CORPORATION; DANNY BRENT STEWARD; DAVID DODD; DEBORAH MARIE LINDLEY; DEBRA KAY TERRY; DON V INGRAM; DOROTHY IVESTER SHELLEY TRUST DOROTHY JEAN MUNDT, TRUSTEE; DOROTHY STEWARD; ELDRIDGE-MILLER ENTERPRISES, LLC; ENERNET LLC; ERIC B HOLLEMAN; ERNEST & JOLENE CURRIER; ERNEST H CURRIER REV LIVING TRUST ERNEST HENRY CURRIER, TRUSTEE; ERNESTINE H POTTER; FARREL E FORBES; FOWLER FAMILY REVOCABLE TRUST; FRANCES KAYE SINCLAIR; FREDDA S CONN; G&P WARD TRUST, CURTIS GAYLE WARD & PATRICIA ANN WARD, TRUSTEES; GARRETT DEAN YOCUM; GEORGE KRANICH; GLEBE ROYALTY LLC; GREEN FAMILY TRUST; GREEN FAMILY TRUST, JOSEPH M & ERMA DEAN GREEN, TRUSTEES; GREENBRIAR ENERGY VENTURES LLC; HAZEL W ADCOCK REVOCABLE TRUST, HAZEL W ADCOCK, TRUSTEE; HEIDI GIROD; ILA JUANITA TRENT; INA JANE SERGESKETTER; J F ENERGY LLC; JAMES & LEOJEANNE CRAIG REVOC TRUST; JAN KING WARD; JERRY DOUGLAS WARD; JF ENERGY, LLC; JHMJR LTD; JILL A LESLIE-HENDRICKS; JIMMY I & SANDRA M WARD TRUST; JOE MAX ZETZMAN JR; JOE MAX ZETZMAN, JR; JOE STEWARD; JOE W & BRENDA D WEST, JT; JOHN M HOLLEMAN BOKF, NA, AGENT; JOHN SOPIWNIK; JOHN W PATTERSON III; JUDITH H BERGIER BOKF, NA, AGENT PO BOX 1588; JUDY WEST; KAREN YEVETTE BLOODSWORTH; LARCHMONT RESOURCES LLC; LEAH D & BERNARD R CHAPUT; LEO F FEGEL JR; MAP RESOURCES, INC; MARGARET A COOPER TRUST DTD 11/4/11 M COOPER & M BIRDWELL, TRUSTEES; MARGARET;MARGARET CURRIERREV LIVING TRUST MARGARET JOLENE CURRIER, TRUSTEE; MARY CATHRYN KELLY; MAX C PATTERSON; MAXINE & WILBUR HOLLEMAN TRUST JAMES M WELLMAN TRUSTEE ; MELISSA LOANNE THURBER KUT KUT; MIDCONEX MINERALS, INC; NEOMORPH INVESTMENTS LLC; NINA BELLE FIELDS; NOBLE ENERGY INC; NOBLE PROPERTIES, LLC; PANHANDLE OIL & GAS, INC; PAULINE FELIX REVOCABLE TRUST; PEARL BACUS WARD; POSSE ENERGY LTD; POTTER BECKHAM COUNTY RANCH LLC; QEP ENERGY COMPANY; R D DODD REVOCABLE TRUST; ROBERT DELL ZETZMAN; ROSE ROCK ENERGY, LLC; RUTH M DYE; SAMMY WILLIAM STEWARD; SANDTRAP PROSPECTING COMPANY; SDD FINANCIAL, LLC; SHARON ELAINE ZETZMAN-SPARKS; SLB LIMITED PARTNERSHIP; SOLON L BLOOMER FAMILY PARTNERS; 111.STATE OF OKLAHOMA FAO ANNA MARIE CLELAND; STATE OF OKLAHOMA FAO EUGENE O WARD; STRATA MINERALS INC; TEXAKOMA OPERATING LP; THOMAS HALBROOK WARD; TPG ORRI HOLDINGS, LP; TURNER RESOURCES, INC. ; VELMA JEAN WARD PROHASKA; W E LESLIE FAMILY TRUST JANA K DONNELL SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE; WCT RESOURCES LLC; WE LESLIE FAMILY TRUST, JANA K DONNELL SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE; WILLIAM DEAN HORTON; ZEBRA OIL AND GAS LLC; and all persons, owners, producers and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an order authorizing the drilling, completion and production of two (2) additional horizontal wells in Section 20, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, in the Tonkawa Sand common source of supply, for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of said Section 20. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) The amendment of Order No. 61659, to authorize the drilling, completion and production of the additional wells described above. (b) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as the party authorized to drill, complete and produce the additional wells. (c) That, at the request of the Applicant, the Order may be made effective on a date prior to its signing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 29th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Avenue, Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma, 73003, (405) 330-0725 or contact APACHE CORPORATION (918) 491-4900. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 7th day of October, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT:

ENERVEST OPERATING, LLC

RELIEF SOUGHT: CHANGE OF OPERATOR UNDER ORDER NO. 608060 BLACK EAGLE 2H-21 WELL

Callie Maddux on the mound & Kate Sander on first

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT:

ENERVEST OPERATING, LLC

RELIEF SOUGHT: CHANGE OF OPERATOR UNDER ORDER NO. 608824 BLACK EAGLE 2H-21 WELL

CAUSE CD NO. 201306693T

LEGAL SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 13 DESCRIPTION: NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested parties in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, particularly: Apache Corporation; Farmers Royalty Company; Samson Resources Company. If any named person is deceased, then the, known or unknown heirs, executors, administrators, trustees, devisees, and assigns, immediate and remote of such decedent, are made respondents to this Notice. If any named respondent is a corporation which does not continue to have legal existence, then the known or unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any of such entity, are made respondents to this Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applicant in this Cause is requesting that the Commission issue an Order modifying Order No. 608824 to delete Laredo Petroleum, Inc. as operator and name Applicant, EnerVest Operating, LLC, as operator under said order. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting the following special relief: Possibly make the Order effective on a date prior to the signing thereof. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting their findings and recommendations to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Conservation Docket at the Corporation Commission, Eastern Regional Office, 440 South Houston, Suite 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, at 8:30 a.m., on the 4th day of November, 2013 and that this Notice be published as required by law and by the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and telephone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any party objecting to the place of hearing should file their objection with the Court Clerk not less than five (5) days before the scheduled hearing. Failure to make a timely objection to the location of the hearing may be deemed by the Commission as a waiver to the place of hearing or venue. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested parties may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact SAMUEL K. STEELE, EnerVest Operating, LLC, 1001 Fannin St., Suite 800, Houston TX 77002-6708, (713) 495-6530 or WILLIAM H. HUFFMAN, Attorney for Applicant, 1743 East 71st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136-5108, (918) 492-4433. DONE AND PERFORMED this 7th day of October, 2013. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA Patrice Douglas, Chairman Bob Anthony, Vice-Chairman Dana L. Murphy, Commissioner BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Peggy Mitchell, Secretary

CAUSE CD NO. 201306692T

LEGAL SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 13 DESCRIPTION: NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested parties in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, particularly: Alec B LeGrand and Donnaleitta LeGrand Life Estate; Apache Corporation; Baker Petroleum & Investments, Inc.; Beakley Royalty, LLC; Billy W Porter and Donna J Porter Revocable Living Trust dated 7/14/06, Billy Porter and Donna Porter Trustees; Blasco, LLC; Brent Carter Hutchins; Candace Marie Davis Reno; Charlene G. Heronema and Kenneth Heronema; Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C.; Christopher R. F. Eckels; Cirlcle 4 Land Inc; Craig G Tirey Family Limited Partnership; Dalea Irene Robison; Darcy Ann Coale; Diane C Smith; Don Kilpatrick; Donald D. Pennington and Nelda Pennington; Edwin E & Kay L Hammons Family Trust, Kay L Hammons Trustee; Elizabeth Jane Kay, Trustee of the Elizabeth Jane Kay Family Trust; Eveylyn Fae Porter a/k/a Fay Porter; Fall River Resources Inc; Family Tree Corporation; Frances A. Hannifin; Glebe Royalty LLC; Heidi Kay Murrell Magee; Iris LeGrand; James Porter & Diann Porter; Jan C. Ice; Jerry Fate Robison; John M Davis; Judy Davis Koman; Karen L Trimmer; Kimberlee Wood Green aka Kimberlee Green and Mark P Green; Lana Jayne Craighead Martin; Larry Pennington and Pauline Pennington; Laura Owens Bennett Trust Dtd 1/7/75, Bank of Oklahoma Trustee; Lind Investments, LLC; Lucille Myrtle Dodson, Trustee of the Lucille Myrtle Dodson 1981 Revocable Trust; Lynn Barton; Maddox Oil Properties; Mark LeGrand and Cathy LeGrand; MB White Inc; Mel Van Craighead; Michael J Davis; MW Oil Investments Company Inc; Natalie Robison; Neil Blakely Wood and Renee Wood; Neil M Wood and Jackie Wood; Norman Dale Robison, Jr; Pamela Hale; Pamela Murrell Short Dillon; P&C Bennett Minerals LLC; Platinum Properties; QEP Energy Company; R1, LLC; Randall Carter; Ray Chubb and Cherlyn S Chubb; Raymond P Bohnanon; Robert Edward Eckels, Jr., LLC; Robert Kruse; Ron Davis; Samson Resources Company; Shari Candice Campbell Trust, Shari Candice Campbell Trustee; Shirley Porter Roane and Wilbur Roane Jr; Speed Investments, Inc.; Speed Petroleum Corporation; Stephen M Trippe; TC Craighead & Co; Todd M Baker; Tommy Don Craighead; Velma Dean Robison Life Estate, Margaret June Robison, Orville Don Robison, and Clayton Dean Robison, Remaindermen; Wooldridge Associates LLC. If any named person is deceased, then the, known or unknown heirs, executors, administrators, trustees, devisees, and assigns, immediate and remote of such decedent, are made respondents to this Notice. If any named respondent is a corporation which does not continue to have legal existence, then the known or unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any of such entity, are made respondents to this Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applicant in this Cause is requesting that the Commission issue an Order modifying Order No. 608060 to delete Laredo Petroleum, Inc. as operator and name Applicant, EnerVest Operating, LLC, as operator under said order. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting the following special relief: Possibly make the Order effective on a date prior to the signing thereof. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting their findings and recommendations to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Conservation Docket at the Corporation Commission, Eastern Regional Office, 440 South Houston, Suite 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, at 8:30 a.m., on the 4th day of November, 2013 and that this Notice be published as required by law and by the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and telephone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any party objecting to the place of hearing should file their objection with the Court Clerk not less than five (5) days before the scheduled hearing. Failure to make a timely objection to the location of the hearing may be deemed by the Commission as a waiver to the place of hearing or venue. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested parties may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact SAMUEL K. STEELE, EnerVest Operating, LLC, 1001 Fannin St., Suite 800, Houston TX 77002-6708, (713) 495-6530 or WILLIAM H. HUFFMAN, Attorney for Applicant, 1743 East 71st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 741365108, (918) 492-4433. DONE AND PERFORMED this 7th day of October, 2013. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA Patrice Douglas, Chairman Bob Anthony, Vice-Chairman Dana L. Murphy, Commissioner BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Peggy Mitchell, Secretary

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Hammon Warriors

Sophomore boys with Regional Runner-up trophy Corbin Teel, Michael Rowell, Cade Corff, Clay Teel, and Jordan Wilson

Mrs. Macumber reads to her class

Senior Boys with Regional Runner-Up Trophy - Jose Rameriz and Korbin Ivey Senior Korbin Ivey and his grandfather Wayne Ivey right after the game!

We learned how to WASH our hands!

Corbin Teel shows off his 2nd place State Fair ribbon lamp!

Whew! I wonder how much longer this is gonna last! I am pooped out! Chania Walker racked in the ribbons at the State Fair with her melons! She placed GRAND CHAMPION of all Vegetables at the State Fair! Way to go!

Sports pics by Gay Walker, Darla Corff and Angie Ivey

Right: Jose Rameriz placed second at the State Fair with his cross.

We proudly support our Students, Teachers and Staff at Hammon Public School Kountry Kitchen Community Fellowship Church Derek & Jennifer Hawkins Security State Bank Pat & Susann VerSteeg Lynn & Jan Bailey If you would like to help support Hammon Schools, call the Cheyenne Star 580-497-3324


Thursday, October 10, 2013

100th Anniversary of First Baptist Church in Leedey Leedey First Baptist Church will host its 100th Anniversary and Homecoming Celebration on Sunday, October 13, 2013. The day will include coffee and doughnuts, Sunday School, morning worship service, a catered lunch, and an afternoon service. A dedication of the new fellowship hall/ class-

room building will bring the day’s activities to a close. Former pastors and staff, friends, family, and the community are invited to come and join in a time of fellowship, reminiscing, and worship. A more detailed schedule is posted on our Facebook event page (Leedey First Baptist Church).

September Sales Tax Report The September distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from July business. Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required to file and pay electronically. The monies they reported this period represent sales from July 16th to July 31st and estimated sales from August 1st to August 15th. The disbursement of $133,783,653 in sales tax collections was returned to 511 cities and towns reflecting an increase of $1,337,379 from the $132,446,274 distributed to 509 cities and towns in September last year. The use tax disbursement of $10,644,413 was distributed between 376 cities and towns. In county returns, 76 counties shared in a $29,656,588 sales tax disbursement. The use tax disbursement of $2,373,390 was distributed between 73 counties.

Sales Tax ~ City

City Cheyenne Hammon Leedey Reydon Sweetwater Roger Mills

Sept 2013 63,304.19 8,727.31 14,486.61 3,162.73 14,169.82

Aug 2013 78,511.26 13,710.15 12,086.06 1,725.24 8,156.36

554,284.81

664.326.59

3,483.59 327.95 279.64

12,098.33 409.91 15.35

51,149.38

43,572.04

Sales Tax ~ County

Cheyenne Hammon Leedey

Use Tax ~ City

Use Tax County

Roger Mills

Roger Mills County Court Records

The following actions were filed in the District Court of Roger Mills County the week of September 30-October 4, 2013. CIVIL - More than $10,000 Chesapeake Exploration LLC vs. Aviva America, Inc. - Indebtedness; CIVIL- Misc Vicki V. Calaway (formerly Vicki V. Weedn); Ryan Weedn Overton; Meagan Michelle Walsh; Edward Michael Walsh; Eva FRoyalty Co. Inc.; Weedn Enterprises, LLC; Audrey Belle Weddn; Robert Ribble Weedn; Elizabeth Weedn; Victor Walter Weedn; Randy Wilson; Patti Wilson Derrick; and Lisa Wilson Dylina vs. The Heirs, Personal Representatives, Devisees, Trustees, Successors and Assigns of H.W. Weedn, Ethel Weedn, Austin Walker Weedn, Joseph Dwight Weedn, Kathi J. Walsh, Rayma K. Weedn, and Roger Dwight Weedn, all deceased - Quiet Title; MARRIAGE Ashley Dawn Bogle and Samuel Dean Wright; PROBATE In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret L. McLeary - Attorney Mark Malone; TRAFFIC State of Oklahoma vs. Matthew Lynn Fisher - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Joshua Glenn Caswell - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Ronnie Lee Daugherty - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Billy Wayne Briscoe - Drive not wearing Seat Belt; State of Oklahoma vs. Gregory Eli Spears - Driver not wearing

Seat Belt; State of Oklahoma vs. Mykel Danielle Spears - Inattentive Driving resulting in a Collision; State of Oklahoma vs. Jason Pelham - Failure to Yield from Yield Sign; State of Oklahoma vs. Ever Arnoldo Perez Rodriquez - Speeding 21-25 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Michael Ryan Wade - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Christopher W. Horn - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Ronnie Yvonne Tyson - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Brandon Kyle Renfro - Speeding 15 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Donald E. Hackley - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Mario Luis Rascon - Speeding 15 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Charles Dean Gill - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Christopher Lynn Gillespie - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Martin Garcia Jr. - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Tanner Junior England - Speeding 16-20 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Johnny Ray Price - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Clayton Parry Heavlin - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Anthony Dewayne Olivas - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Edwin E. Medina - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Stacy Christine Boswell - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Kris Bradley Richardson - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Elton Christopher Johno - Speeding 15 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Nickolas Anthony Salvato - Speeding 1-10 mph over; There will not be any changes or exceptions to the publication of these records.

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Cheyenne School Plans Veterans Program Cheyenne Public School wishes to invite you and your family to be our guest at the 2013 Veterans' Breakfast and Program. The Program will be held Monday, November 11, 2013, 10:00 M in the Auditorium. Breakfast for veterans and family will be served from 8-9:30 AM in the high school lounge. The public is invited to attend

the program. Make plans to join us as we show our appreciation for our veterans. For additional information about the program, please contact Mrs. Kari Ford at 580-497-3371 or email kford@cheyenne.k12.ok.us. If you have a veteran that needs to be added to the video, please contact Judy Tracy at 497-2106 or Kari Ford.

District Attorney's Report DENNIS A. SMITH, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, advises that the following criminal dispositions and/or alleged criminal charges were made in the District Court of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, for the week ending October 4, 2013. TRAVIS TATE HICKEY appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on September 30, 2013, and entered a plea of no contest to the offense of DUI and pursuant to a plea agreement, sentencing was deferred for 1 year and he was ordered to pay a fine of $500, pay court costs and complete 24 hours

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Thank You The Historic Roger Mills Preservation Board members would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their donations to the successful Pioneer Day at Cheyenne. The funds raised through two different auctions will help us preserve our county’s heritage through the seven museums in the Cheyenne City Park.

Those donating from the Cheyenne, Durham, Crawford, Roll and Strong City area were: Security State Bank, Steve & Becki Seay, Anna Lou Scrivner, Bab Coker, Bachman Crop Care, Barbara Little Designs, Bear Trax, Becky’s Place, Bill Olson, Billie Bailey, Bob & Dovie Smith, Bob & Teresa Morris, Brittany Allen & Mary Kay Cosmetics, Carolyn Gwartney and Stanley Products, Cheyenne Abstract, Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, Cheyenne Floral, Cheyenne Lumber & Steel, Cheyenne Motel, Cheyenne Professional Drug, Cheyenne Star, Creative Tees & More, Croton Creek Guest Ranch, D&G Trash Haul (Brad Bottom), D.L. Jackson Welding, Dianna Conway, Red Dirt Designs, (Rita Moler), Dobson Telephone, Doran & Anne Burns, Dovie’s Beauty Shop, Dr. Manske, Fabulous Fabrics & More, Gale Barker, George Springer, Gordon Thomas, Haven’s Well Service, Hilltop Café, Hitchin’ Post, J.E. Merritt, Jack’s Antler Art, Jean Ann Hay, Jerry’s Truck Stop, Jimmy Beavin, Johnny and Christene Hawkins, Johnny Mc’s, Jr. and Lucille Porter, Lynn & Jan Bailey, M’s Motel, Malson Oil, Market Square, Marveda Parman, Melanie Cole’s Scentsy, Metcalfe Museum, Monte Conway, Pampered Chef by Erin Payne, Pat VerSteeg, Randy and Cindy Malson, Red Rock Liquor, Rep. Frank Lucas, Roll Feed & Grain, Rose Chapel Funeral Service, Sen. Mike Schulz, Shaw String Up, Smith Ag Center, Strong City Cowboy Shop, SUM Professional (Hartleys), T&O Oilfield, T-3 String Up, Terry Watson, The Body Shop, The Glass Shop, Tim Malson, Tom & Sherri Goodwin, Variety Store & Pioneer Cellular, Whipkey Photography, York Insurance, Zoe’s Restaurant.

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago COMPLETION Beckham County NE/4 of 29-12-21, Nesser 2-29, Apache, Total Depth 14,423 Roger Mills County NW/4 of 33-16-22, Linville, Chesapeake, Total Depth 13,082 MW/4 of 28-16-22, Fowler, Chesapeake, Total Depth 13,191 NW/4 of 28-16-22, Alfred, Chesapeake, Total Depth 13,165 NE/4 of 7-12-26, Davis 2-7, Apache, Total Depth 17,067 NW/4 of 12-15-26, Barber 1-12, Apache, Total Depth 12,850 SE/4 of 15-14-24, Lea Erma 2-15, Samson, Total Depth 16,380 NW/4 of 10-14-24, Leon 3-10, Samson, Total Depth 15,920 SW/4 of 14-11-26, Bulldogs, Chesapeake, Total Depth 16,370 INCREASED DENSITY Ellis County Section 17-19-22 Midstates Petroleum Co. Section 14-16-23 Apache Roger Mills County Section 14-16-22 Apache Section 13-11-26 Chesapeake Operating INTENT to DRILL Beckham County NW/4 of 21-11-21, Apache, Total Depth 18,000 NE/4 of 20-11-21, Apache, Total Depth 18,200 Dewey County NW/4 of 5-18-15, Van Winkle 1-5, BRG Petroleum, Total Depth 9,650 NE/4 of 3-17-18, Seal 3-3, Marathon Oil, Total Depth 13,925 POOLING Ellis County Section 30-17-24 LE Norman Operating SPUD Ellis County NE/4 of 24-18-24, Shrewder 4-24, Primary Natural, Total Depth 14,145 Roger Mills County SE/4 of 33-16-23, Harper, Apache, Total Depth 13,300 Information compiled by Arrowhead Resources, Inc., Sayre, OK Don’t make a mistake! Call Arrowhead Resources, Inc., 1-800-749-4926, before signing an oil and gas lease or mineral deed.

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By Dale Tracy. Platonic Club held an open meeting Sep 25 at the home of President Mrs. Cosmo Falconer. .Mrs. S. Jackson read a paper on the “Justification of Club Women” and Mrs. Glenn Lovett led a discussion on noted clubwomen. Next meeting will be held at the school. Co. Judge W.H. Mouser announces that the Oct session of Co. Court will begin Mon. Oct. 20. Almost forty cases are schedule to be heard that week. Rev. J.M. Wileman, Baptist minister from Erick, will preach both services here this Sun. Bro. Wileman was formerly a lawyer. The income tax is finally with us thanks to the new Democratic tariff bill. Experts have estimated that 425,000 people country over, will be affected by it. The rates range from 1% at $3,000 income to 7% with an income over $500,000. Thirty five hundred of OK citizens are likely to be affected by this new tax. Population of this country in 1912 is listed as 12,861. Co Election Board is composed of J.A. Moad, Hammon; A Y Owen of Cheyenne and W.M. Brooks of Strong City. Area residents in town this week were: J.T. Nicholson southwest of Cheyenne; I.C. Thurmond Okla. City; T.A. Byrnes; Harry Henson of Rankin; Comm. A.C. Bennett of Roll-Crawford area; A.L. Hale of Hammon. The Bob Ross residence is on the market and consists of one 5 room house, well, cistern, crib, chicken house, stable, and six lots. Committees are busy this week raising bonus notes for the railroad. Several investors have been in town this week checking out the locations for the purpose of

building and establishing businesses in our town. Several Cheyenne people are contemplating decided improvements of their residence property. Carl Kemp is erecting a building on his lots just west of the Rexall Drugs Store. He will place a meat market in that building. Ray Fox of Herring, who was formerly a manager of a store of that place, is here putting on a sale for Ben Lindley. Mr. Lindley is closing out his stock. Robert N. Higgins and Sen. Mitchell left the first of the week for Okla. City to meet with Judge Tisdale of Muskogee for the purpose of drawing up contract between Levy & Levy Contractors and the Cheyenne Short Line RR Directors. Mrs. F.A. Beavin of Roll, Bard Rock Specialist, informs us while she was in Cheyenne Tues. that she had made a sale of 500 cockerels since the fair here Sept. 17-18. The $15,000 bonus is being raised to guarantee the completion of the Cheyenne RR. GRIMES NEWS: Some more fine rain reached Grimes last week. A crowd of young folks gathered at the Franklin home Thurs. night in honor of Miss Iva’s 16th Birthday. Mr. T.A. Cox is trying his luck at killing hawks the past few days. He has killed seven hawks only missing one shot and killing two hawks at one shot. Mrs. E.S. Repass and sons Ralph and Glen spent Sun. with the W.J. Singletary family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick English and Auntie Mayes, Mr. and Mrs. Lige Gamble and Neva Repass spent Sun. at the Cox home. Farmers are busy picking cotton and gathering feed. RM Sentinel, Oct. 9, 1913

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BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED WELL DENSITY

LAND COVERED: SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 27 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, HARPER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306703 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Panhandle Royalty Company; Farmers Royalty Company; QEP Energy Company; Encino Anadarko Acquisition, LLC; Encino Operating, LLC; Trunk Bay Royalty Partners, Ltd.; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; Vernon Imhoff; Crawford C. Imhoff; Lorella Y. Wingo; Rebecca Eloise West; and all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Ellis County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission pool all oil and gas interests in the Tonkawa common source of supply for the 640-acre horizontal drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 36, Township 17 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, adjudicating the rights and equities of the oil and gas owners thereof and designating Mewbourne Oil Company, or some other party as operator of the unit well. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) Designation of Mewbourne Oil Company, or some other party, as operator of the unit well. (b) The Applicant shall request at the hearing that the order provide that any owner electing an alternative to participation in the well drilled thereunder shall be deemed to have relinquished all of its working interest and right to drill in the unit and common sources of supply named herein as to such well and any wells drilled subsequent thereto. (c) The Applicant may propose that the order to issue in this cause provide a method for proposal of subsequent wells and for response to that proposal by owners who elect to participate in the initial well. (d) At the hearing the applicant may request that the order to issue in this cause provide to the operator a period of one (1) year from the date of the order in which to commence operations for the drilling of the initial well proposed hereunder. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Corporation Commission, First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 4th day of November, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Avenue, Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725, or contact Chris Giffhorn, Landman at Mewbourne Oil Company, (405) 235-6374.

LAND COVERED: SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 22 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306415 AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Angora “6-S” Ranch LP; B & R Resources; B & R Resources, LLC; Billy R. Lee; Carolyn J. Davis; Cedar Creek Energy; Cheri Carpenter, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; Chesapeake-Clements Acquisition LLC; Chestnut Tree Properties, LLC; Cheyenne Petroleum Company; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa LLC; Claben Energy Inc.; Claremont Corporation; Clayton O. McGee; Clements Exploration Co.; Clements Oil, LLC; Cleveland Tonkawa Royalty Partners, LP; Crawley Petroleum Corporation; Darrel & Treasure Switzer; Debbie Ruppert Buurman, now known as Debbie Ruppert, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; Deep Basin IV Drilling Program, LP; Dennis Ruppert, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; Don V. Ingram; Eileen Jones, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; El Paso Exploration Company; Enernet, LLC; Eva Jean Eakins; Farmers Royalty Company; Frances Zulauf; Gary & Janet Switzer; George Kranich; Gerald Wexstten, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; Glebe Royalty LLC; Greenbriar Energy Ventures LLC; Golden Plains Natural Resources LLC; James A. Logan, Jr. and Betty A. Logan, Co-Trustees of the James A. Logan, Jr. Living Trust Dated August 10, 2001; James A. Logan, Jr. Living Trust Dated August 10, 2001 Susan and Edward Logan Trustees; James E. Covey, Successor Trustee Of the Joyce Covey 1991 Revocable Living Trust; Jamestown Resources LLC; Janice Tester Meiners, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; Jeri-Lu Mattson Espersen, also known as Jeri-Lu Mattson, whose successor is: Prairie Exploration Company; JHMJR LTD; John R. McCracken and L. Tylene McCracken, Co-Trustees of the John and Tylene McCracken Trust Dated July 14, 2010; Joyce E. Gulley, a/k/a Joyce Sidner Gulley; KE Ventures LLC; Kenneth E. McGee, Trustee of the Ken McGee Family Trust Dated May 18, 2006; Larchmont Resources LLC; Larry E Goldsmith; Larry Switzer; Larry Switzer and Gary Switzer, tenants in common; Leah F. Dorsey; Leon B. Allen; Linda L. Hinton, a/k/a Linda Bauman Hinton; LWS Properties, LLC; Lyn Petroleum, Inc.; Marvin Ruppert, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; Mary Cathryn Kelly; Mary Louise Cutright; Naomi Ruppert, Deceased, address unknown: also known as Lucinda Naomi Ruppert,believed to be: Harry T. Goldsmith; Noble Energy, Inc;Le Norman Energy Corporation; Palace Exploration Co.c/o Zenergy, Inc.; Paulette Moad; Posse Energy Ltd.; Prairie Exploration Company; Pride Energy Company; Providence Minerals, LLC; QEP Energy Co.; Robert C. Green, Jr.; Robert Wexstten, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; RoDa Drilling LP; Rose Rock Energy LLC; RZ, Inc.; Schroder Oil Financing & Investment Company; St. Mark’s Lutheran Church Nokomis, Illinios, whose successor is Prairie Exploration Company; Steven Wayne Carpenter and Lana Wayne Carpenter, H/W J/T; TPG CDP DASA (PE) AIV, LP; TPG ORRI Holdings, LP; T.T. Goldsmith, Jr.; Terrance Associates, Inc.; The Maurice E. Stuart Family Trust; Thomas Jacob Goldsmith; Tommy Wayne Harrold and Jeannie Marie Harrold, JTS; Tully J.Goldsmith; Turner Resources, Inc.; Viola Johnson and John Johnson; Viola Johnson and John Johnson; Wilma R. Graden; Zebra Oil & Gas, LLC; Zeneco, Inc; Zenergy Inc.; and all persons, owners, producers and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an order authorizing the drilling, completion and production of two (2) additional horizontal wells in Section 21, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, in the Tonkawa Sand common source of supply, for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of said Section 21. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) The amendment of Order No. 61659, to authorize the drilling, completion and production of the additional wells described above. (b) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as the party authorized to drill, complete and produce the additional wells. (c) That, at the request of the Applicant, the Order may be made effective on a date prior to its signing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 29th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Avenue, Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma, 73003, (405) 330-0725 or contact APACHE CORPORATION (918) 491-4900.

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

DANA L.MURPHY, Commissioner

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DONE AND PERFORMED this 7th day of October, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 7th day of October , 2013.

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

Secretary of the Commission

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

615 NE Highway 66 * P.O. Box 720 * Sayre, OK 73662 WESTERN OKLAHOMA OIL & GAS LEASES & MINERALS 1-800-749-4926 * 580-928-5825 * FAX 580-928-5935 BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANTS: CHESAPEAKE OPERATING, INC., ) CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION, L.L.C. AND ) CHK CLEVELAND TONKAWA, L.L.C. ) Cause CD No. RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION 201306716 ) LEGAL SECTION 32 ) DESCRIPTION: TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH ) RANGE 23 WEST OF THE IM ) ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, more particularly the parties set out on the Exhibit “A” attached to the application on file in this cause, and, if any of the named individuals be deceased, then the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees and assigns, both immediate and remote, of such deceased individual; if any of the named entities is a dissolved partnership, corporation or other association, then the unknown successors, trustees and assigns, both immediate and remote, of such dissolved entity; if any of the named parties designated as a trustee is not presently acting in such capacity as trustee, then the unknown successor or successors to such trustee; if any of the named parties designated as an attorney-in-fact is not presently acting in such capacity as attorney-in-fact, then the unknown successor or successors to such attorney-in-fact; and if any of the named entities are corporations which do not continue to have legal existence, the unknown trustees or assigns of such parties. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applicants, Chesapeake Operating, Inc., Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C. and CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, L.L.C., have filed an application in this cause requesting the Corporation Commission to enter an order, as follows: (i) authorizing and permitting an exception to the permitted well location tolerances in the 640-acre drilling and spacing units comprised of Section 32, Township 14 North, Range 23 West of the IM, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, for the Douglas, Tonkawa, Cottage Grove, Cleveland and Marmaton separate common sources of supply, so as to allow a well to be drilled as follows: Location of Wellbore at Completion Interval: The casing will be cemented along the entire length of the lateral. The interval from the first perforation to the last perforation will be no closer than 200 feet from the north line and no closer than 500 feet from the east line, and no closer than 200 feet from the south line and no closer than 500 feet from the east line of the unit comprising said Section 32, Township 14 North, Range 23 West of the IM, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and to be completed in and produce hydrocarbons from the above-named separate common sources of supply; (ii) providing for the re-opening of the cause at such time as the bottom hole location of the well proposed hereunder has been determined; and (iii) establishing a proper allowable with no downward adjustment made thereto. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the application in this cause requests that the order be entered in this matter be made effective as of the date of the execution thereof or as of a date prior thereto and that the authorization and permission requested herein run in favor of one or more of the Applicants, including Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C. and CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, L.L.C. acting by and through their agent Chesapeake Operating, Inc., or some other party recommended by Applicants. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the legal descriptions for the land sections adjacent to said Section 32 are Sections 28, 29, 30, 31 and 33, Township 14 North, Range 23 West of the IM, and Sections 4, 5 and 6, Township 13 North, Range 23 West of the IM, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be referred to an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Corporation Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Merits Docket at the Corporation Commission, First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 28th day of October 2013, and that this notice will be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicants and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. An interested party who wishes to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicants or Applicants’ attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide his or her name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action contact Amanda Clark, landman, (405) 935-7896, or Freda L. Williams, attorney, OBA No. 16338, (405) 935-9485, Chesapeake Operating, Inc., P.O. 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Pioneers’ Transportation

By Bobby Steere Boy howdy! Just mention one of my ancestors and I’m intrigued. Are you that way about your ancestors? If so, does your mind begin to think about that person, what their lives were like: were they happy, did they have to scratch for life’s basic needs, how many acres did they clear, where did they live before “making the land run” or homesteading? Furthermore, what modes of transportation did they experience in their lives? Let’s narrow these questions down to thinking about our pioneer ancestors and their modes of travel who lived in Oklahoma Territory around 1913, six years after Oklahoma became a state. This subject and time period came to mind after reading Dale Tracy’s “Cheyenne 100 Years Ago” article that appeared in an April, 2013 edition of the Cheyenne Star. The 1913 Star mentioned that: Sheriff Bob Trammell has purchased a new Ford Roadster and is now performing his official duties in a car rather than in a buggy. Having owned and restored a few antique cars, my mind readily imagined what a 1912 Ford Roadster, in 1913, would have looked like on the streets of my hometown Cheyenne, Oklahoma. Before telling about the 1912 Roadster of Sheriff Trammell, let’s revisit some of our Oklahoma history and methods of travel used by your and my ancestors who either made the 1892 “land run” or later homesteaded 160 acres in Roger Mills and the former Day County.

dirt street of Cheyenne’s west Broadway. With nothing else to do, and out of his mother’s sight, a towheaded lad could at a slow gallop step upon the coupling pole of a passing wagon and get a free ride. If the moving wagon had the tailgate removed, it was one step onto the coupling pole and then one could backwardly spring onto the floor of the wagon; with your legs dangling and swaying with the motion of the wagon. Hitching wagon rides well beyond the Sergeant Major River Bridge was much more fun -- than walking back home. To this day, this old boy can see the faces of the wagons’ drivers as they turned and noticed my presence; sometimes a brief stare, sometimes a grin, after which they just “paid me no mind.” Oh, the darling days of yesteryears! Relatively few folks are living today who actually witnessed the importance of the horse-drawn wagon. That said, the Bar E Ranch site, www.cowboycooking.com , ably describes the wagon’s nostalgia. When I see an old rotted wagon out in the middle of a field it makes me sad. Years ago that old wagon meant something to some pioneer family. That old wagon saw babies born, people die, Indians, buffalo, open prairie without fences as far as the eye could see, laughter, tears, sunrise and sunsets by a campfire on the trail, cattle drives, wild Longhorn cows, real cowboys, and much more. It saw our westward expansion into a time and place it could never have dreamed of. So, when you see an old wagon, try to remember some of these things because you’re looking at one of the greatest symbols of the American West.

Like many of you who are reading this paper, our pioneer ancestors migrated into Oklahoma Territory during the last decade of the 1800s and the first decades of the 1900s. What was Oklahoma Territory and what was Indian Territory is somewhat confusing? Indian Territory was once a vast tract of land reaching from the Canadian border to the Red River of today’s Oklahoma. In time, the Indian Territory was reduced to what is now Oklahoma, until the Organic Act of 1890 reduced the Indian Territory to only the lands occupied by the Five Civilized Tribes --largely the eastern half of present day Oklahoma. So, our Roger Mills County and Day County ancestors, arriving after 1890, settled in Oklahoma Territory which adjoined the Indian Territory. Our early settlers, after the Native Americans, included those who made the Land Run of April 19, 1892, those who filed for 160 acres under the Homestead Act of 1862, and those with dollars in their pockets who bought out farms of those who were dissatisfied with life on the short grass prairie. Costs for homesteading were: filing fee of $10 to claim the land temporarily, $2 commission to the land agent and with receipt in hand, the homesteader began farming and improving the acreage for five years. With requirement completed, a homesteader found two neighbors or friends willing to vouch for the truth of improvements made by the homesteader and then made a final payment of a $5 or $6 fee. Herewith, let us look at a single form of convenience that played major roles in both your and my grandparents and great grandparents’ lives as they were arriving upon and working their land claims in Oklahoma Territory -- that convenience being modes of travel. Research indicates that some walked to their claims, while others rode bicycles, rode horses, drove wagons pulled by oxen, mules and horses, drove buggies, and some came part of the way by train.

The buggy and horse, especially between 1815 and 1910 “was a primary mode of short-distance personal transportation,” but “by 1910, automobile sales surpassed the number of buggies sold” (en. wikipedia.org ). The buggy was usually a two person carriage drawn by one or two horses. The more affluent folks had the more elegant four wheel carriages for their local use. Buggies and wagons required some semblance of roadways whereas a person on horseback could go almost anywhere. That said, the use of buggies helped bring about roadways for their nemesis – the horseless carriage; the automobile. The Ohio Carriage Manufacturing Company was the largest buggy producer in America. Their 1912 Annual Catalog advertised “100 styles of vehicles” ranging in price from $25 to $100, on a “Thirty Days” free trial, and “guaranteed fully for two years.” (archive.org). Two handsome buggies are available for viewing in the Pioneer Museum at Cheyenne, Oklahoma. One is labeled as a Lawyer’s Buggy and is on loan to the museum by Loel Briggs of Cheyenne. The second buggy is labeled as a Doctor’s Buggy and is on loan by Lana Merrick, also of Cheyenne.

Arrival by Foot, Horse, Wagon, and Train

Buggy: The Cherished Chariot

Foot Leather

At least one migrant into Oklahoma Territory used a very primitive mode of transportation-- his feet-- to claim land in what would become Roger Mills County. Edward Everett Tracy, originally from Tennessee and a new graduate from law school, used his foot leather to make the 1892 land run on foot. Mr. Tracy claimed land north of Cheyenne, plus a lot in Cheyenne. Edward, his brothers, and their descendants served Roger Mills in various roles over the years; inclusive of being lawyers, a judge, one becoming a medical doctor, others being teachers, farmers, and ranchers, and one being a WW I war hero.

The Magnificent Horse

Numerous settlers, many of whom temporarily left their families in more civilized surroundings, initially arrived on horseback searching for that piece of earth upon which they could fulfill their dream of being a landowner…a place to bring their families, while realizing they would first need to build and live in a dugout, to then establish roots and believing they would be rewarded by first clearing their 160 acres, then breaking sod, and then, hopefully, reaping a harvest. As settlers in western Oklahoma Territory multiplied in numbers, especially between 1890 and 1910, communities and towns arose with mercantile stores that provided necessities and even a few niceties. Afterwards, there arrived entrepreneurs of many varieties: whiskey peddlers, gunsmiths, blacksmiths, embalmers, doctors, printers, barbers, and many other tradesmen and professionals – most all with at least one or more horses, plus other animals. Urban areas teemed with horses! There were of course saddle horses, plus horses for pulling buggies, delivery wagons, fire engines and even for-rent buggies and wagons. The multitude of horses spawned businesses such as public stables, blacksmith shops, horse traders and even racing facilities for entertainment. The Cheyenne Star (1-4-1911) regrettably reported that “the Gause Livery Barn burned to the ground, consuming 18 head of horses, vehicles, and harnesses.” [Several other Cheyenne businesses also burned.] With so many horses in towns and cities such as Cheyenne, problems arose. Many people were injured by falling off horses, being bitten, kicked, trampled and even killed. An article entitled “The Spell of the West” (www.jcs-group.com) states that in 1867 horses were responsible for the death of one person out of each 100 pedestrians in New York City. Faithful readers of Tracy’s “One-hundred Years Ago” column in the Cheyenne Star can verify the frequency that some Roger Mills citizens were reportedly injured or killed by way of horse, mule and wagon related accidents. An example of such occurrences was during the week prior to January 6, 1910 when John Keller and his family were coming to Cheyenne. Their mule that was pulling their buggy suddenly “ran away.” The buggy was thrown into a canyon and demolished, resulting in broken bones and bruises to the occupants. It was inevitable that when towns such as Cheyenne grew in human population, that the number of horses likely grew just as rapidly. And with each 1000-pound horse defecating at least 31 pounds of feces and 2.4 gallons of urine – each day (pubs.cas.psu.edu ), folks had to literally watch their steps. Bustling towns, like Cheyenne with 468 residents in 1910 and Strong City with 600 in 1913, came to more fully realize that their necessary and loved steeds came with secondary “costs”: manure, horse carcasses, air pollution and that horse droppings attracted flies which were vectors of infectious diseases (www.jcs-group.com ). Cheyenne being the principal trade center for 12,861 Roger Mills folks in 1910, with most everyone traveling to Cheyenne by saddleback or horse drawn wagons, businesses most assuredly appreciated visitors’ expenditures, but not the many horses that were relieving themselves on the streets of Cheyenne on trade-days. Maybe the saying is true that “One must take the bad with the good!”

The Mighty Wagon

Many came to Roger Mills County with their families upon wagons pulled by oxen, mules, and horses. As important as the wagon was as a mode of transportation for moving one’s belongings, the same wagon was equally important as work equipment for settlers. Jesse Culp (news.google.com) recalls that his family’s farm wagon had 50-inch wood-spoke wheels with steel rims and a wagon seat mounted on steel leaf springs. Wagons were work equipment except when the families used them for going visiting, to church, or to town for supplies. Loaded, children would just sit on the cargo. Mr. Culp remembers that during the Depression era of the late 1920s through the late 1930s that many folks couldn’t afford to operate their cars “so they jacked them up in their barns or sheds” and pulled the wheels off and installed them on their wagons. Those wagons, with automotive wheels, were called “Hoover Wagons” after former President Herbert Hoover who was “widely blamed for the Depression.” Manufacturers of wagons varied from being built by a town’s blacksmith to being built by companies such as the Springfield Company, John Deere, and the Fort Smith Wagon Company that built 10,000 wagons in 1904. A 1910 congressional hearing (books.google.com) stated the price of a one-horse farm wagon was $27.50 and a two-horse wagon was $52.50. Cheyenne resident Henry Andrews, restorer of antique wagons and cars, recalls that in the late 1930s that his family was still using a horse drawn farm wagon for both farm work and for traveling into Cheyenne. This scribe nostalgically remembers wagons periodically traveling on the

by gas/electric engines. Triska Gross and Tammye Maples, daughters of Jackie (Steere) Jackson, recall their doodlebug rides from Pampa to Cheyenne to visit their great grandparents Scott and Bea Steere, and how the conductor would look after them on their short trips. Triska recently recalled the following: “We also caught the train to Cheyenne in Laketon [between Pampa and Mobeetie]. Riding the train was a wonderful experience. Once the conductor let us pick flowers in a field while they removed a tree off the tracks. I read Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books at the time and identified with the pot belly stoves in the trains’ cars.” The website www.lasr.net states that Cheyenne’s Doodlebug survives and has been restored by the Southern California Scenic Railway Association in California. The former Cheyenne Depot was restored and is now prominently located in the Cheyenne City Park and Museum Complex.

Early Automobiles in Cheyenne

It is unknown in which year the first automobile stirred up the red earth of Roger Mills County, but this scribe would guess it was shortly after Henry Ford’s “Model T” made its debut in October of 1908, even though the fledgling Ford Motor Company made its first sale of a vehicle in 1903 (www.history.com). With Ford streamlining his production methods and increased sales, the car that Sheriff Robert Trammell purchased in 1913 would have cost him $850 in 1909, but only cost Trammell $525 in 1913. The purchase price of the same car declined to $440 in 1915 and by the 1920s the price had fallen to $260. Several county purchasers of new cars were periodically mentioned in the Cheyenne Star. Mr. C. O. Gause (Star: 1-12-1910) was in Oklahoma City where he “traded a farm in this county for a fine passenger automobile.” His associate A. J. Smith “drove the machine through to Cheyenne spending 17 hours on the road.” Then two weeks later the Cheyenne Star reported new touring cars were purchased by Stonewall Jackson, Leon Young and Drs. Wallace and Gregoire. Sheriff Trammell (prior to his purchase of a car more than two years later) “secured” Mr. Young’s car to transport himself, Young, and Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Goode to Canadian, Texas where Mrs. Goode identified one of two men as one of the Crawford Bank robbers. A week after the Star reported Dr. Gregoire as a purchaser of a new car, the doctor broke his arm “while cranking his fine car.” One can see that purchases of automobiles in Roger Mills rapidly increased by the time of the Old Settler’s Celebration in 1917. Judy Tracy (www.okgenweb.org ) credits Della Cann Young’s account of the 1917 event in which Mrs. Young stated that “Twenty-six autos loaded with those who made the ‘Run’ and ‘Old Timers’ followed the three horsemen to a park on the west side of town.” Care to guess the color of Mr. Trammell’s 1912 car? Even though Henry Ford supposedly stated in 1909 that in the future “Any customer can have a car painted any color he wants so long as it is black”; this did not become the case until 1914. According to Wikipedia (en.wikipedia. org ), black was not even available on the Model Ts between 1908-1914 and by 1912 all Ts were being painted midnight blue with black fenders. So, Sheriff Trammell’s new roadster’s body was blue. Places lived and modes of travel, prior to his purchase of a car, associated with Robert Trammell are undoubtedly similar to most pioneer families who once lived in Roger Mills and Day County. [The southern portion of Day County was fused into Roger Mills.] Born in Missouri, 1869, Robert later resided in Texas, and then living in the Chickasaw Nation there married Samira Snow in 1891. Around 1898, Robert and other Trammells loaded their wagons and moved from Indian Territory [around Burt and Bailey] westward towards the Arizona Territory. While in the Texas Panhandle, the caravan of wagons split with some going on to the Arizona Territory and Robert’s group turning north and temporarily settling close to Canadian, Texas. Shortly later, Robert homesteaded west of Durham near Antelope and Eller Flats. While on his dugout homestead, he served that part of the former Day County as a deputy and later was an under-sheriff for Ben Eavans. He again loaded up his wagon and buggy in 1907 and moved his family to Cheyenne where they operated a café and rooming house prior to his elections to six terms as Roger Mills Sheriff. He died in 1920, while in office. Wife Samira “Myra” was appointed sheriff to complete Robert’s term. Descendants of the sheriff only have a couple of photographs where Robert is on horseback. One of the images pictures him and his deputies Irvin Hunt and Jess Cunningham on horses next to the court house that burned in 1916. One photograph here presented shows a lap robe that Robert and Samira “Myra” used to keep their legs warm while driving their buggy and then later their 1912 Ford Roadster. The lap robe, hide on one side and wool plaid on the other, is housed in the Pioneer Museum at Cheyenne, Oklahoma. Credits: In addition to the contents and sources stated within, there was information gleaned from Emails and writings authored or edited by Dorothy Alexander and Judy and Dale Tracy. That said, the author is solely responsible for all interpretations and contents..

Lap robe used by both Sheriff Robert and Sheriff Myra Trammell while in their buggy and 1912 Ford. The lap robe is Located in the Pioneer Museum, Cheyenne, Oklahoma

The Stagecoach

This scribe could not document that a stagecoach ever made a run through Roger Mills County but a few skirted the county and very possibly at least a few Roger Mills settlers and entrepreneurs travelled part of their journey by stagecoach. For instance, the Butterfield Overland Mail Trail ran southwesterly through Indian Territory but not through Oklahoma Territory; a stagecoach made stops at Darlington and Fort Reno (digital.library.okstate.edu); and a daily stagecoach traveled on a military road through Fort Supply on its way to Fort Elliott, Texas from Dodge City (www.okkhistory.org) . The Wells Fargo line posted rules for stagecoach travelers. Some of the rules were: • Abstinence from liquor is requested, but if you must drink then share the bottle so that you will not appear stingy. • Buffalo robes are provided for your comfort. • Don’t snore loudly. • Do not fire guns for pleasure or shoot at wild animals. • In case of a runaway, don’t leap from the coach. • Gents guilty of unchivalrous behavior towards lady passengers will be put off the stage. • Forbidden topics of conversation are stagecoach robberies and Indian uprisings. • If ladies are present, gentlemen were asked to not smoke. Chewing tobacco is allowed but splitting should be downwind. The stagecoach travelled an average speed of five to eight miles per hour resulting in a daily travel of 60 to 70 miles (en.wikepedia.org ). One undocumented source stated that the cost of riding a stagecoach averaged 5c per mile. Stagecoaches were widely used until the railroads became available, but even after the Wells Fargo stage line ended with the opening of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 -- the other stagecoaches continued rolling where the railroads did not (Ibid). As suspected, steamboats were unable to travel up the Washita or Canadian Rivers into Roger Mills. That said, by 1853 steamboats stopped at more than twelve landings in Indian Territory along the Red River, but “during the last decade of the nineteenth century railroads tracks were running parallel to the Red.”(digital.library.okstate.edu )

The Doodlebug Train

Some of the immigrants into Oklahoma Territory were fortunate to travel by train to Clinton after it got a railroad in 1903 and then either buy or hire a wagon and horses to travel into Roger Mills County. Speaking of trains, the tracks to Cheyenne were completed in 1913 (Strong city in 1912) thus providing an additional mode of transportation for humans and freight. Cheyenne became the western terminus for the Clinton, Oklahoma and Western Railroad also known as the COW. Nat Taylor’s 1947 A Brief History of Roger Mills County states the train originally ran from Clinton to Strong City, after which it “reversed to Cheyenne.” After the line was sold to Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe in 1928, it was extended to Pampa, Texas. The train, affectionately called the Doodlebug, was not a steam locomotive. Cheyenne’s doodlebug and others like it were self propelled

Restored 1912 Ford Roadster similar to the one owned by Sheriff Trammell

Red Carpet Announces Final Show of Season Red Carpet Community Theatre will be holding auditions for its final show of the season with The Rented Christmas, based on the short story by j. Lillian Vandervere on Monday, October 14 and Tuesday, October 15 at 7:00 pm located at the Red Carpet Community Theatre, 422 N. Jefferson, Elk City. Guest director, Meagan Mathews-Oakley, Sayre, is excited to present the story of how John Dale’s rented Christmas turns into a new life for all concerned makes this a warm story for the holiday season. John Dale hasn’t enjoyed a ’real Christmas’ for years. So, on the spur of the moment, he decides to ’rent’ a Christmas from Anne Weston, who owns the local rent shop. Anne is at first flustered

with the requirements: a tree with presents, Christmas carols and also a wife and five children. Anne feels she has solved the problem of a Christmas family by calling the actors’ guild. But the young actors come down with the measles so she turns to the local orphanage. When the guild can’t locate a ’mother,’ Anne steps in to play the role herself. Director, Meagan Mathew-Oakley, is looking for all ages. Production dates are December 1-7, 2013. Each auditioning will do a cold reading. . This project is done with the grant assistance of the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information about the auditions call 580-225-5461.


Page 4C ~ The Cheyenne Star Legals Thursday, October 10, 2013

Cheyenne 50 Years Ago By Melanie Cole -- At the Tuesday meeting of the Kiwanis Clu of Cheyenne the following officers were elected: President, James Mogg; President-Elect, L.J. Pankey; Vice President, Johnny Cannon; Board of Directors, Dean Krober, W.F. Pasby, K.C. Perryman, Dr. G. A. Reimer and Denzle Shulz. The Baptist congregation of Cheyenne has employed Rev. Sherman Ledford as pastor. Enjoying a birthday dinner in the home of Mrs. Grace Hills in Cheyenne were her daughter Mrs. Edd O'Neill, Mrs. Judson Cunningham, Mrs. Olaf Mikkelson, Mrs. Carrel Wickham and Mrs. Betty Bonds. Cleo Summers of Cheyenne is in the local hospital where he was taken Sunday after he suffered a heart attack. The 4-H Willing Parents of Roger Mills County met in the Cheyenne lunchroom for a covered dish supper. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bales and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Fred Clay and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Don Donahoo and Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Flesher and children, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Freeman and Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gates and children, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Goodwin, Mrs. Albert Hartley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Steele Kimzey and Teddy, Mrs. Kenneth and grandchildren, Mrs. Willis Malson and children, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Rhoades and children, Mrs Sue Shotwell and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sprowls and children, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swopes and children, Mrs. Eula Young and

children, and visitors Mrs. Black, Mrs. Ilene Sanve, Mrs. Ted Bright and children. Mrs. Everett Swartwood (Henryetta) of Cheyenne is among the first to complete the new modern math course at Southwestern State College in Weatherford. Strong City News - Warren Lackey celebrated his eleventh birthday with a party Friday night. Guests were Mrs. Rachel Roark, Polly and Steven Galindo, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parkhurs, Virginia, Bobby and Sue, Mrs. Lee Roark, Dwayne, Nancy and Deryl. Roy and Shirley Blackketter have moved into the Manuel Hensley house. Mr. and Mrs. John Patton of Oklahoma City were weekend guests of his parents the George Pattons. Other guests were Bill Pack of Albuquerque, NM and Leo Patton and Gene of Elk City, Lula and Clifford Bray called that evening. Ray Blann of Reydon was a Cheyenne visitor one day last week. He reported that his borther Dick who has been seriously ill for many months is improving slowly. Mrs. Lille May Butler, formerly of Durham is now living in Cheyenne where she is caring for Mrs. May Erwin. Among those from the Herring Community in Cheyenne last Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. George Calvert, Mrs. Bill Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chapman. The Cheyenne Star October 10, 1963

Genealogy Society Meeting On October 3, 2013, the RM Co. Genealogy Society was called to order by President Marilyn Wilson at 2:00 in the Cheyenne Library. Several of the regular attendees were detained and missed a most interesting program presented by Marilyn Wilson. She told of the severe hardships that immigrants suffered from the time they made the decision to go to America and what happened to them after arrival at Castle Gardens or later Ellis Island. The preparations including supplies, medical exams, head money and the survival of the voyage was a miracle in itself.

There were illnesses, diseases and shipwrecks in which many died. Records of those coming through Ellis Island are preserved. Doris read the minutes and a nominating committee for next year’s officers was chosen by the president. There not being any further business the meeting was adjourned for Pat VerSteeg, Doris Minor, Marilyn Wilson, and new members Gloria Hargrave and Patty Wright plus guest David Wilson. On November 7, Pat VerSteeg is in charge of the program and has asked Judy Haught to present her research on some Veterans of RMCounty.

*********** Remember how far you’ve come, not just how far youhave to go. You are not where you want to be, but neither are you where you used to be.

Discovery of Electricity on Fowler Farm HOLLYWOOD--God bless America, and how's everybody? Warren Buffett said Friday it's wrong for Congress and the president to play Russian Roulette with the debt ceiling. He's a born moneymaker. Warren Buffett just printed up two hundred million bumper stickers that read Go Obama! that he can sell to both sides. The FDA issued an alert after two hundred forty cases of salmonella poisoning were reported from people eating Foster Farms Chicken. It could be worse. The latest approval ratings came out yesterday, and salmonella is still polling two points higher than Congress. Peyton Manning ripped the Dallas Cowboys for four hundred passing yards and four TDs Sunday. Last autumn he bought seventeen Papa John 's pizza restaurants in Denver, two months before Colorado legalized pot. No one can read a defense like Peyton Manning. Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo threw for five hundred yards and forty-eight points against Denver Sunday. However he threw a late interception and lost. After the game Tony Romo tried to throw his jersey away and the garbage can returned it for a touchdown. Scarlett Johanssen was voted the Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire Magazine readers Monday. The girl's really got it. When Scarlett expressed interest in playing young Hillary Clinton in the upcoming film Rodham, Bill Clinton volunteered to play himself in the movie. President Obama and Congress got record-low approval ratings Friday due to public anger over the U.S. government shutdown. Maybe we should let the Queen of England govern us again. She'd be like our grandma and give us money, health care and hard candy. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warned Sunday of a pending catastrophe if Republicans don't agree to extend the U.S. debt limit. The negotiations have gotten personal. One side wants the deal to include Ted Cruz resigning from the Senate, but Obama says no way. President Obama cancelled going to the Southeast Asia Economic Summit in Jakarta Friday. He really had no choice. The president couldn't be seen in Asia doing nothing to solve the government shutdown when he could be in Washington doing nothing to solve it. President Obama sent John Kerry in his place to the Asian

Buster Rural Health Clinic

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Buster Rural Health Clinic 101 F. K. Buster Ave. Cheyenne, OK 73628

economic summit Sunday in Indonesia. The president had practical reasons for not wanting to fly to Jakarta. Air Force One is subject to international re-possession laws if it's parked too close to China. The U.S. launched raids deploying Navy SEALs in Somalia and Delta Force soldiers in Libya to capture al-Qaeda leaders on Saturday. Don't be fooled. So many Democrats in Washington are referring to Republicans as terrorists, it was probably a training exercise. Tiger Woods won the final match Sunday to allow the American golf team to beat the World team for the President's Cup. It's a great tournament. George W. Bush served as our team captain, recalling the golden days when every day was America versus the World. Persian Gulf states announced they will give medical tests to ensure tourists are not gay. It's harsh there. Until recently Iran punished people who commit homosexual acts with seventy-four lashes, until the police were flooded with confessions by gay masochists. he Mars Curiosity Rover heated soil samples Friday and found two pints of water in every cubic foot of Martian soil. We're scouring the red planet to find the answers to two questions. Is there life on Mars, and if there is life on Mars, is Frank Sinatra the father? Argus Hamilton is the host comedian at The Comedy Store in Hollywood and entertains groups and organizations around the country. E-mail him at Argus@ ArgusHamilton.com.

By E.L. Fowler , Sweetwater, Oklahoma October 6, 2013 -- Edison found the source of electricity early on, however, we did not notice until sometime later. Our first encounter of electricity was when I was 6 years old. Our Dad had a Delco light plant. It had a bank of glass batteries of which there were about 10 of them that the plant would charge, when the ball in the battery would go down to the bottom, they had to be charged by again and often, the generator ran on gas and it took a lot of it. As we had several things pulling the charge out, such as a 32 volt Iron that Mother used to press our starched shirts for Sunday church. The iron pulled a tremendous amount of current, but boy did it make an impression on Mother, as she had been using the old flat iron by heating it on the wood range in the kitchen. Also, the girls had a curling iron that took some of the juice, but made their hair beautiful. Later our Dad made an improvement and bought a 110 volt generator which was used until REA came into being. He later sold it to the City of Pie Town, New Mexico where our Uncle installed and gave electricity to the town people who got to enjoy for a while. Of course when REA came the house had to be rewired because it was not sufficient as the wires for the 32 volts where not of any use. This made the whole family happy as we could do away with the old washing machine, had a hot water heater (a tea kettle on the wood range in the kitchen) and the batteries did not need to be recharged. It changed our life in so many ways,

making things so much easier. I don't think people realize how much of a difference it has made in our lives. We take for granted the flip of the switch and most complain when the power goes off! It is a wonderful invention for all of us! When I was overseas during WWII and returned home, REA had cleared the right of way along the roads. I thought I was in a different part of the country, it had changed the looks so very much. We had our first radio long before the 32 volt generator plant was installed. It was an Atwater Kent and had three different kinds of batteries and three different voltages to make it perform. It did not have speakers, but had ear phones. We had to take turns listening and then announce to the family what was going on. It was pure AM, no FM and of course the station only came in at certain times of the day and night. It was not used very often as the batteries did not last long. Only certain programs were listened to and on Saturday night all the neighbors would come sit around the radio and someone would tell what was going on. The program I remember that held the attention of all the men was a World Champion Prize Fight, the commentator was really busy relaying what was going on in the blow by blow bout. I also remember a radio station on the border in Old Mexico that ran more power than was allowed in the USA, it came in real good and they advertised medicine that would cure anything. His name was Dr. Blosser, I imagine a lot of people believed it and sent him a lot of US Dollars. Labor saving devices we now have give people too much time to sit around and get bored. With 40 hour weeks and nothing to do but relax and wonder what is on TV. Take a pill to forget why they are bored seems to be the trend for some. This is called Progress… Maybe??

Leedey Buzzard Festival Oct 18, and 19, 2013 1st Annual Quilters Retreat and Quilt show Leedey Community Building, 520 S. Main, Leedey, OK

9:00 am – 9:00 pm Friday October 18th, and Saturday October 19th, 2013 $25.00 for both days, or $12.50 for one. Breakfast, lunch and dinnerincluded in the price Door prizes and quilt project. Table provided if needed No charge for Quilt Show

There will also be a quilt for practicing or learning hand quilting. There will be vendors with supplies, patterns and materials for all quilting needs If you have a quilt you would like to show please let us know You can come one day or both To register for the Quilt Retreat or further information contact Terri L. Kauk 580-302-3941 or Peggy Cole 580-445-8362

ALSO 1st Annual Old Buzzards Rodders Association Car, Bike and Tractor Show on Broadway, Leedey, Oklahoma October 18, and 19, 2013 Friday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am - Midnight Festivities including live bands, flea market, food concessions face painting, dunk tank, buzzard shoot, bake sale, door prizesand more. Oct 18th and 19th, 2013 Contact Kelly Lungren 580-515-2297 or Doug Quattlebaum 580-309-0884 for registration or further information. Car, Bike or Tractor registration $5.00 Flea market $15.00 for booth. Other booths $15.00

There will be fun for the whole family Tell your family and friends about these events in Leedey If you need to stay, there are discount rates at the Red Bluff Inn. Contact Linda Laster 580-799-2140

Phone 580-497-3333 Fax 580-497-2778

Saturday, October 26 - 6-9:00 P.M. Cheyenne Ag Pavilion

Games for all Ages

Jack-O-Lantern Contest Junk Food Walk, - Haunted Lollipop BINGO - Face Painting - Cake Walk Witch’s Brew - Mystery Fishing & More Concession Stand - Homemade Stew & Cornbread Hot Dogs - Popcorn Balls


Page 6B ~ The Cheyenne Star Thursday, October 10, 2013

Reydon Tigers

Students of the Week back row: Dillon Farrell 5th grade, Gina Porter 6th grade, Emma Hickey 4th grade; front row: Mathew Hartley 1st grade, September Students of the Month Ella Powers Kindergarten, Ava Powers 3rd grade, Kyler Goad back row: Tyler York - 4th grade Katelyn Freeman 6th grade, 2nd grade, Emalea Gibson Pre-K Marli Pennington 5th grade; middle row: Chloe McEntire 3rd grade, Cole Hartley 2nd grade; front row: Ella Powers Kindergarten, Kadence Cox Pre-K, Tanner Smith 1st grade

Lynanne Hendrickson tags the Binger player Elisabeth Burks slides into home base

Morgan Latta lays down a bunt in the Regional Softball Tournament

Monday: “Tigers are Too Smart for Drugs” Dress Like a Nerd Tuesday: “Our School Rocks Drug Free” Dress Like a Punk Rocker or a Rock n Roll Artist Wed: “Paws”itively Drug Free” - Show Your Tiger Spirit Thursday: “Team Up Against Drugs” Show Your Team Spirit...OKC Thunder, Denver Broncos, OU, OSU… Friday: We are too “Bright for Drugs” Dress in Bright Neon Colors

REYDON SCHOOL SCHEDULE Thursday, Oct 10: 3rd & 4th Basketball 4:30 & 5th & 6th Basketball 6:00 vs. Sweetwater; HS Girls Basketball Scrimmage 3:30 at Shattuck; Monday, Oct 14: 3rd & 4th Basketball 4:30; 5th & 6th Basketball 6:00 at Cheyenne; HS Boys Basketball Scrimmage at Navajo 4:00 Tuesday, Oct 15: End of First Nine Weeks; FFA Labor Auction & Meal 6:00 Wed, Oct 16: NO SCHOOL - Professional Day; HS Girls Scrimmage Noon at Cheyenne Oct 17-18: NO SCHOOL - Fall Break

Auction Items Deer Horn Candle Hog Trap Deer Key Hanger Feed Troughs Free Standing Welcome Sign Arbor Swing Wall Hanging Welcome Sign Deer Stands Deer Horn Cross Pipe Racks Treated Wood Cross Coat Racks Small Cross Shooter Jacks Free Standing 2x4 Mirror Shooter Tables Cross Entry Mirror Post Drivers Buckskin Entry Hanger Trailer Ramps Metal Cross Picnic Table Lantern Night Light Plinker Targets Kitchen Sink Yard Art Large Targets Octagon Mirror Porch Swing Round End Table Round Feeder Hose Reels Teeter-Totter Wagon Yard Art Deer Horn Pen Portable Loading Chute Deer Horn Lamp 40” Round Breakfast Table w/Tractor Seat Chairs No Hunting Lamp Pot Belly Lamp Water Pump Lump Pen/Pencil Set

Thursday, Oct 10: Bacon, Egg, Toast, Oranges, Cereal, Toast, Juice Milk - Enchiladas, Flour Tortilla, Pinto Beans, Lettuce/Tomato, Oranges Friday, Oct 11: Breakfast Pizza, Fruit Cocktail, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Hamburgers, French Fries, Fruit Cocktail, Cookie, Milk Monday, Oct 14: Biscuit, Sausage, Peaches, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Meatloaf, Baked Potato, Broccoli, Peaches, Milk Tuesday, Oct 15: French Toast Sticks, Yogurt, Pears, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, corn, Roll, Pears Wed, Oct 16: NO SCHOOL - Professional Day Oct 17-18: NO SCHOOL - Fall Break

Money raised from the Box Tops helps fund the library with books and technology. Prizes awarded to student who brings the most Box Tops each month (September-March). End-of-Year Awards & Prizes! For more information contact Mrs. Goad 655-4375

We proudly support our students, teachers and staff at Reydon Public Schools T-3 String Up Services - Timmy & Trudy Hartley Hyland Pharmacy - Randy & Chrystal McEntire T & O Oilfield Services Derek & Jennifer Hawkins Security State Bank Pat & Suzann VerSteeg Turley Ranch Nance Contract Pumping LLC David & Patty Wright Lynn & Jan Bailey Tom Burks Computers & More If you would like to help sponsor the Reydon Page, call the Cheyenne Star 580-497-3324


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Official Newspaper of Roger Mills County

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