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Official Newspaper of Roger Mills County

VOLUME 113, NUMBER 48

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 2013

Meet the Preachers

Roger Mills County Wide Revival August 11-14

Rev. Ashley

Rev. Parkhurst

Rev. Henning

Jacob Cline

The 2013 Roger Mills County Wide Revival will be held August 11-14 at the First United Methodist Church in Cheyenne. Services will be held at 7:00 PM nightly. There will be youth and adult specials along with a great ministry each night followed by refreshments and fellowship. A nursery bill be provided. Wednesday, August 14 will be a special youth night with fun, food and fellowship beginning at 3:30 PM. Youth Pastor, Jacob Cline from Washita Cowboy Fellowship will lead the worship service. All other specials that evening will be led by the youth. All area youth, grades 5th through 12th are invited to join in the fun. Sunday Night, August 11 Reverend JM Ashley, Sweetwater Assembly of God Reverend Ashley and his wife

Thelma have been married for 65 years and have 7 children, 15 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. He has been in the ministry for the last 54 years pastoring churches in several Oklahoma and Texas communities. He has served the Sweetwater Community as pastor of the Assembly of God Church for the last 27 years. Monday Night, August 12 Reverend Juanice Parkhurst, Cheyenne Pentecostal Holiness Reverend Parkhurst was called to preach: July 31, 1969 and was ordained into the Pentecostal Holiness Church at Hammond, Oklahoma. She now pastors in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. “God has lifted me up when I am down, blessed me because He loves his children.” “ Come to the Roger Mills County Wide Revival and you will be blessed. Bring all your family and friends”

Tuesday Night, August 13 Reverend Ron Henning Reydon First Baptist Dr. Henning is one of five children born to Harry and Lola Henning and was raised in Roger Mills County. When he was 17 years old he asked God to forgive him of his sins, cleanse him, and fill him with His spirit and take control of his life from that day forward. In 2005, He responded to God’s call to the Gospel Ministry and in 2007 was ordained by First Baptist Church in Reydon, Oklahoma. “I believe that God has brought us to this place in our lives and has equipped and given us the desire to see souls saved through the preaching and teaching of His word. He has led us back home to Reydon where we are serving as Bi-Vocational Pastor of First Baptist Church where I was saved 62 years ago.”

He and his wife Betty have four children, three sons (Jimmy, Ron and Steve) and one daughter, (Lola). We are blessed that all our children are walking with the Lord and are serving in their local churches. In addition, all have married “Godly spouses” and are raising our seven grand-children to know the Lord. Wednesday Night, August 14 Youth Pastor Jacob Cline, Washita Cowboy Fellowship Hello, my name is Jacob Cline. I am the Youth Leader at the Washita Cowboy Fellowship. My passion is to preach the gospel to the area youth and get them on fire for serving the Lord. 1 Timothy 4:12 “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity”.

NEWS-in-BRIEF YARDS of the WEEK

Platonic Club – Clark & Janet Lucas Sorosis Club - Betty Hanawalt

SMITH BABY SHOWER

You are invited to a Baby Shower for Shawn and Jeanna Smith who are expecting a baby girl on September 17! The shower will be held at the Cheyenne Church of Christ Fellowship Room on Tuesday, August 13 at 6:30 p.m. Gift selections at Cheyenne Floral, Carousel Connection, target.com and buybuybaby.com.

TAYLOR-HURSH WEDDING SHOWER

You are invited to a wedding shower honoring Robyn Taylor and Kaleb Hursh on Sunday, August 4th at 12:30 pm at the Durham Baptist Church, lunch will be provided. Bridal selections are: Cheyenne Floral, Elk City: The Attic Door and Home On The Range Online, Bed, Bath and Beyond: www.bedbathandbeyond.com and JcPenney: www.jcpenney.com

CHS CLASS of ’53 REUNION

The Cheyenne Class of 1953 will hold its 60th Class Reunion Saturday, August 10, 2013 from 10am-3pm a the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. The Class extends an invitation to friends and acquaintances to drop by and visit.

WILLIE’S COMING to DURHAM

Willie is coming to Durham, Oklahoma July 26-28! More to details to follow

GENEALOGY MEETING AUGUST 1

Dorothy Alexander will be presenting a program on “Genealogical Tourism in Oklahoma” on Thursday, August 1 at 2:00 in the Cheyenne Library. Members are reminded to attend.

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Weekly Devotion Moreover [let us also be full of joy now!] let us exult and triumph in our troubles and rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that pressure and affliction and hardship produce patrient and unswerving endurance. Romans 5:3 Some days it seems that everything goes wrong, one thing after another, after another. Don’t just talk to yourself, saying, “I just can’t take anymore of this.” Don’t talk to your friends, saying, “I just can’t put up with anymore of this.” Don’t struggle with the same tests day after day; instead, talk back to the devil as Jesus did (see Luke 4:1-13). If you feel your peace and joy slipping away, talk out loud to Satan. If he is trying to steal from you, say, “Forget it, devil; you are not getting me upset today!”

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Chamber Plans New Cookbook The Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce is putting together a new cookbook. This book will be a combination of recipes and crafts. We hope to make it one that will be handed down from mother to daughter. The Chamber invites you to share your special recipes. Include your family memories along with your recipe. There will also be a craft section of the book. If you have a craft you would like to share, we would love to include it in the book. Something passed down from your grandmother or something new you have created yourself it is all welcome. Include a picture if you like.

The Chamber hopes to make this a special book that can be a cherished family item. Please share your stories, recipes, crafts and pictures and we will include your special family memories in this treasured collection We prefer a typewritten submission but if that is not possible please submit a legible copy to ensure we get everything correct. Thank you. Send your items to Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, Box 57, Cheyenne OK 73628. For more information contact the Chamber office at 580-4973318. We look forward to sharing your special memories.

Reserve Your Booth Now for the Arts & Crafts Show

The Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce is beginning preparations for the Christmas Arts and Crafts Show. This year's show will be held on December 14th in the Ag Pavilion. The show runs from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. We are currently reserving booths. Booth rent is $30.00 for a 10x10 space. If you would like to reserve a booth for this year's show contact the Chamber office at 580-497-3318 or Penny Clift at 580-497-3354. We had a waiting list for booths last year, so reserve your booth early to ensure you get a space. Santa will be making a visit to

the show again this year. We will also have door prizes and special Craft dollar drawings for money that can be spent at the craft show booths. The concession stand will be open from 10:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. We also accept a limited number of fundraising booths each year. If you have a product to sell as a fundraiser please contact us to arrange for a booth. We look forward to having a great show this year. So if you are a crafter or a shopper, be sure to join us on December 14th for some unique items, great food and lots of fun. For more information contact Cindy Clift at 580-497-3318.

Ronald Scott: from Strong City to the Moon

By Pat VerSteeg -- (Part 2) In the fall of 1960, Ronald Scott returned to academia and served as Assistant Professor of Physics at Southwestern State College, Weatherford, Oklahoma. It was in 1961 after President Kennedy’s speech that Scott was called back into government service. This time he was assigned to the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), which became part of the newly formed National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA). He participated in all phases of the development of the Redstone, Jupiter, and Saturn boosters. “We were totally focused on the practical question of how to build a system and vehicle that could take a man to the moon, and back. It became clear we couldn’t do it with vacuum tube technology. Everything had to be miniaturized, and built with greater reliability. The integrated circuits developed through the space program made possible the computers, satellites, and phones we use today,” observed Scott, “your desktop computer has a thousand times the computing power of the best computers that we had to put a man on the moon!” Scott spoke of the challenges of developing mathematical algorithms that could calculate the energy, and trajectory to navigate the some half million miles round trip to the moon. “One of the many problems was figuring out the three bodies in space equation. In other words, to figure out the energy needs of a space vehicle, one must account for the gravitational force of three bodies: the earth, the moon, and the vehicle itself. Over a distance of 240,000 miles precision is critical. We solved the problem by dividing the moon mission into three segments with a set of equations for each segment.” Scott knew all of the original seven astronauts on a first name basis, and described the early missions on the Redstone booster as, “the most dangerous mission in the world, and the astronauts as the bravest men in the world!” “The Apollo 10 mission was the test mission for the actual manned landing of Apollo 11. I recall the discussions that we had, including the concern by some that the

SPACE TREASURES: Ronald Scott displays a photo of Dr. Werner Von Braun presenting the Red Stone Ballistic Missile Team with certificates of appreciation. In the background is a photo of the Earth taken from the moon and signed by a colleague and friend, Astronaut Harrison Schmitt. (Photo provided) mission commander might go off script and actually try to land. You have to understand these astronauts have incredible confidence, and nerve. So the decision was made to fill the lunar lander half full of fuel, to dispel a ‘hot dog’ astronaut from thinking about trying to land.” Scott was in Huntsville on the day of the first manned landing. “We were all connected by communication, and we all held our breath as Neil Armstrong descended in the Eagle Lander. One thing I knew about Armstrong was that he was not going to abort the landing, that’s just not the kind of guy he was. As he descended, it became clear that the intended landing site was full of boulders. With only seconds of fuel left, with the world watching, he found a clearing. When he landed I bet he had just a few seconds of fuel left. You just couldn’t cut it any closer. He is an American Hero, no doubt about it!” Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the

second man on the moon, was assigned to work in Scott’s Department which was to develop the shuttle program, the next phase following Apollo. “We were in a meeting, when Buzz gets a phone call. He said, ‘There’s a problem with Apollo 13, and they need us all in Houston!’” Scott noted that the rescue of the ill fated Apollo 13 crew was probably one of the greatest accomplishments of the NASA engineers. One of the key players that solved the problem of extracting enough electricity to achieve reentry was one of Scott’s former students. Scott had concerns about the Space Shuttle design. “The problem of the design had to do with the solid propellant boosters. The design of the “O” ring left little margin for error, and the hydrogen tank, attached to the orbiter, required massive amounts of foam insulation to keep it cool. But, it kept flaking off and could damage the heat shields, as it did on some of

the flights. They never completely solved the problem.” Following the Apollo missions, NASA entered a time of uncertainty as to what the next mission should be. Scott became the Deputy Director of Advanced Program Development at the Marshall Space Flight Center. In addition to conducting studies of design concepts for lunar bases, sky lab, and the space shuttle, efforts were underway to examine ways to utilize “left-over” Apollo hardware. Scott also served with Werner Von Braun in the Office of Advanced Planning where Mars manned missions, space shuttle configurations, and space station concepts were analyzed and reviewed. When asked about the possibility of a future manned landing on Mars, Scott said, “It will never happen. We discussed the prospects, and the scientific feasibility, which is

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HAMMON Brenda Archer Oh my, we were all blessed with another good rain! Temps are supposed to be heading upward toward the end of the week, but we still have had an AWESOME summer so far! Please pray that God will continue to bless us with moisture! Everyone is invited to a 90th birthday party for Myrtle Drinnon on Saturday, August 10, 2013 from 11:00 to 3:00 at the Clarion Inn, 101 Meadow Ridge, Elk City. If you have any questions you can contact Balinda Moskowitz at 405-740-7368 or Janice Conway at 580-497-6197. 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---Sharon Broadbent, Shirley Sparks, Les Roper, Larry Hollingsworth, 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 Local Heroes Committee is doing a cookbook. Please submit your favorite recipes along with the name of a veteran or service member that you would like to honor. If you submit more than one recipe, you can honor more than one veteran or service member. Please give the recipes to Brenda Archer or Cheryl Ivey by August 15. The proceeds from the cookbooks will be used to honor our veterans, and for upkeep on the memorial and the flags on the highway. The cookbooks will be in by the first week in November. They would make awesome stocking stuffers or Christmas gifts for your loved ones. Recipes can be emailed to barcher@hammon.k12. ok.us or cheryl.ivey@ymail.com or give Brenda or Cheryl a call if you have a question. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Mary Hibler. Mrs. Hibler’s services were Wednesday. Mary Ellen (Flick) Hibler, born August 19, 1921 passed away

peacefully while surrounded by her family on July 27, 2013. Mrs. Hibler graduated from Hammon High School in 1938, graduated Oklahoma A & M in 1944 and received a Master of Education from Southwestern State College in 1969. Mrs. Hibler and the love of her life, William Claire Hibler, were married over 70 years. Mrs. Hibler taught school at Hammon for 31 years. Mrs. Hibler is survived by her husband, three children, two brothers, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The family requests donations be made to the Mary E. Hibler Scholarship Fund established at the Security State Bank of Hammon. Other donations may be made to the United Methodist Church of Hammon or the Hammon Senior Citizens Center. Mrs. Hibler’s love of life, her kindness, and her love of teaching, blessed nearly a thousand students during her career. She will definitely be missed. Our thoughts and prayers also are extended to the family of James Lee Clark. James Lee’s services were conducted Thursday. James Lee was born June 9, 1949 at Elk City to Ray and Bonnie (Payne) Clark and passed away Monday, June 29, 2013 at the age of 64. He was raised in Hammon where he graduated from Hammon High School in 1967. He continued his education at Oklahoma State University and Panhandle State. James Lee farmed, owned and operated a trucking company and loved to trade at gun shows and flea markets. He was married to Vicki Parvin and they have lived all of their married life in Hammon. Survivors include his wife, four children, his parents, a special nephew, and eleven grandchildren. Our deepest sympathy is also extended to the family of Lequita Lewis. Lequita was the wife of Willie Lewis, and her services were held last week. Lequita attended school at Hammon, but had lived most of her married life in Elk City. She will definitely be missed. The HHS Foundation will be hosting a fundraiser at Crystal Beach Waterpark in Woodward on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 from 5:00-7:00. All local students and parents are encouraged to get out and join in the fun. The cost will be $4.00 for 12 and under. Kids 13 and over and grown-ups will have to pay $5.00 to enter. A bus will be provided for students who want to go. A permission slip will have

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to be signed before any student will be allowed to go on the bus. Students 1st grade and below will have to be accompanied by a parent or guardian to ride the bus. The Foundation will get a percentage of the gate fees and would really like to see a BIG turnout!!! Please get out and support the foundation. The HHS Foundation provided $9,900 in scholarship money to 2013 seniors and will be hosting their Back to School Backpack and Supply night once again. The 3rd annual Back to School Backpack and Supply Night will be on Thursday, August 8, 2013 in the High School Lobby. All students attending Hammon Schools Pre-K-12 grade and get a backpack and all the supplies for their grade level FREE of charge. A parent or guardian MUST accompany the student to pick up the backpack and supplies. This is another project that helps Hammon students and is provided by the HHS Foundation. It’s hard to believe, but school will be starting soon. The first day of school for Hammon students will be Wednesday, August 14. It will be here before we know it!!!!! Teachers will report on August 9, 2013 for their first day back-to work! The Helping Hammon’s Students Foundation has set up the HHS-Richard Megli Scholarship in honor of Mr. Megli and his 34 years of dedication to Hammon Public Schools. The scholarship will be an ongoing scholarship similar to the Eldon Payne Scholarship. Donations are tax deductible and can be made out to HHS-Richard Megli Scholarship Fund in care of Brenda Archer, 9502 N2040 Rd, Hammon, OK 73650. 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

Thursday, August 1, 2013

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. 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). 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 anyone under 55 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!

on the ball and go to work. The next quilting at Durham will be August 8th and we will be quilting on a quilt for Janet Malson. She makes beautiful quilts so you might want to bring a sandwich and have a look. We promise to treat you right. The DWW Club will meet again in September. In the mean time we have to get Frankie Goodwin back on her feet so we can have Bingo. She turned her ankle last week and has been housebound. We really do miss her. Condolences to Donna Manhart on the loss of her brother. She was lucky enough to have visited him just recently and was so glad she made the trip. Keep her family in your prayers. The Crawford Lady Fingers are still quilting every Monday and no one has any more fun than they do. They had to get a little advice from Willie on Friday afternoon about gossip. Willie told them to only talk about the Lord and His Word and they would not go wrong. They are always looking for new members who want to learn how to quilt. If you are interested just show up.

DURHAM Sue Ann Flowers

Last Thursday, Gale and Zoe Ann Barker took granddaughters Addison Brown and Riely Grieb to OKC to meet their mother, Julie Grieb. They had spent two weeks with the Barkers. We had another total rain fall of about 1" last week. The grass was about all brown until we got rain, now it is green and growing.

Willie's gone and we are sure going to miss him. He saved quite a few souls while he was here and woke up a lot of sleeping Christians. There were over 200 people there every night to hear the word and he certainly knows how to spread it. If you missed the Evangelistic meeting at Durham this past weekend you missed one of God's miracles. A special thank you to Loyd and Sharon Hammond for cooking the hamburgers for the Saturday afternoon meal. That was such a treat because Loyd is one of the best cooks in the county, if not the best. It's going to be a little dull around here for a while and I've got more problems than a Roadrunner with fallen arches, so I'd better get

Thursday, Aug 1: Sliced Ham, Corn Relish, Southern Green Beans, Cornbread, Orange Fluff, Milk Friday, Aug 2: Chicken Salad, Potato Soup, Vegetable Jello Salad, Saltines, Zucchini Cake, Milk Monday, Aug 5: Tuna Salad Sandwich, Broccoli Cheese Soup, Peaches, Saltines, Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, Milk Tuesday, Aug 6: Chicken Tetrazzini, Glazed Carrots, Mixed Green Salad, Cornmeal Hot Roll, Fruit Cup, Milk Wed, Aug 7: Meatloaf, Blackeye Peas, Okra Salad, Wheat Roll, Apricot Cobbler, Milk Thursday, Aug 8: Chicken Maryland, Mashed Potatoes, Spanish Cabbage, Hot Roll, Pumpkin Bread, Milk Friday, Aug 9: Liver & Onions, Baked Potato, Yellow Squash, Angel Biscuit, Melon, Milk

REYDON Roy & Carla Harris

METCALFE MUSEUM Roger & Lloydelle Lester

The rain has been welcome here at Break O’Day Farm and Metcalfe Museum. We are still in a dangerous drought here in western Oklahoma but we appreciate what we receive. Our visiting artist for our summer season is Sarah Harless of Sayre. Sarah teaches in the Kelton, Texas school system. She is an accomplished artist in photography and painting in a number of medium. Sarah has chosen “The Gift of Time” as the title for this photography exhibit. She shows some of our finest scenes just as they are today that have been with us over a period of time. The ever present cowboy life as we know it here, sunsets, animals and the general way of the west. Our summer visitors have enjoyed this exhibit.

As I wrote before, Sarah was a city girl until she attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University. There she became photographer for the Rodeo team and her life took on a drastic change from there. Her life was further steeped in the traditional western lifestyle when she married a cowboy, who is also a horse trainer. They settled in Sayre and after 5 years of marriage has just this summer became a new mom to a fine baby boy. The recipient of many awards and recognition, Harless’s photography has been included in juried exhibits such as the Oklahoma Art Guild’s 57th annual art show, Elk City Fall Festival, Beckham County Best of Fair and the smart Show at Paseo. In addition, her photography has been featured in galleries such as Gallery @ 112 in Sayre, Plains Indians Pioneer Museum in Woodward, the Simply Oklahoma Gallery in Guthrie and now a complete one woman display here in the Metcalfe Museum Art Gallery. In September of 2012 her photography was published in Rodeo News Magazine. Break O’Day Farm, Metcalfe Museum and Art Gallery are open March1-November 30. Our hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am until 5:00 pm. School, individual and group tours are welcome. Visit our web www. metcalfemuseum.org or e-mail metcalfemuseum@dobsonteleco. com or call 580-655-4467.

STRONG CITY Nelda Davis Manuel and Faye Hensley and Nelda Davis attended the 50th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday of Deann and Melvin Parkhurst at the Strong City Community Building. Melba Ruth and Eldon Boswell recently had as guest in their home Melba Ruth's nieces Virginia Michael of Organ City, Organ and Norma Wieedrick of Milwaukie, Oregon. On the weekend they was joined by Mark and Debbie Boswell and J.T, Lisa, Taylor and Morgan Boswell of Edmond. Lets remember those in the Rest Homes, Wanda Bradley, Mae Cogburn, Ruby Daw and Geneva Miller.

CANADIAN CLUB Saturday visitors of Jimmy and Christine Wilson were Christine's cousin, Donna Thomas and her son, Travis of Delaware, Oklahoma. Sunday the Leedey Methodist Church had their Sunday services

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Thursday, August 1, 2013 at Crystal Beach Park in Woodward. The weather was perfect and the service was well attended. The congregation was blessed by a special testimony and the sermon by Pastor Chuck. A delicious lunch was enjoyed by all and the afternoon was spent swimming and having fun at the Woodward Waterpark. After attending the Methodist Church service at Woodward, Kenny, Debbie and Sheldon Rounds visited Debbie's father Yount Smith at Mooreland. Hugh Gullic and Bren of Wichita, Kansas and Shanna and Jayna Gullic of Mooreland visited Janice Harrel over the weekend. On Saturday night Teagon Gullic of Mooreland had dinner with the group. Karen Harrel's cousin, Pam Avent and husband from Dawson, Texas visited G. W. and Karen Harrel several days this past week. Mike and Annie Switzer had Sunday dinner with Velma Switzer. Tommy and Jarene McDowell put corn in the freezer on Thursday and Friday. They were blessed to have corn. Luke Broadbent of Woodward spent 2 nights this past week with his grandparents, Billy and Leah Broadbent. Charla Allen enjoyed vacationing in Big Sky, Montana with Jason, Richalle, Anthony, and Isabella Cicioni of Courtland N. Y. Richard Allen had supper with Richard and Vickie Broadbent on Thursday evening. Jarene McDowell made 2 trips to Woodward this week, one on Wednesday and then attended the church services at Crystal Beach on Sunday. She stopped in Vici and visited Shawn Nix and family on each of these trips. Robert Haynes' brother, Eugene of Enid, came and took Robert to Skiatook where he visited his sister Pat for a week. He returned back to Leedey on Sunday. Tisha England and Rory of Yukon visited G. W. and Karen Harrel on Saturday. Saturday Jarene McDowell made a miscellaneous shopping trip to Elk City.

CHEYENNE We send our prayers and safe travels to the youth and leaders from the First Baptist Church who left Monday on a Mission Trip. We also send our thoughts and prayers to the Matt and Jamie Moler family. Jamie lost her Dad Monday. Welcome home to Braden Seymour and Dylan Moler! They both have completed National Guard basic training. Sage Kimzey placed 4th in the Bull Riding at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo! Way to go Sage! He has also won and/or placed in many other rodeos this summer - making Roger Mills County proud. Cheyenne-Reydon High School girls playing softball will start practice on Thursday, August 1, 4:00 pm at the Softball field in Cheyenne. The Lady Bears will travel to Leedey August 6 and 8 for scrimmages. Their first game is at Granite on Tuesday, August 13. Ronald Archer and Patricia Archer Gooddard stopped by the Cheyenne Star on Tuesday to get subscriptions to the paper. They are originally from Strong City and went to school in Cheyenne. They were excited to be in the area and were looking forward to their visit to Strong City. They both had many good memories of the people and the town. We have had a wonderful week of cooler temperatures and rain. Thank you Lord for every drop! 5: Casey Beaty, A.J. Butler, Katelyn Howenstine, Jan Bailey; Aug 6: Donnie Ford, Jr.; Aug 7: Donnie Ford, Sr.; Aug 8: Brittani Baker, Jymay McLeod Happy Anniversary to: Aug 4: Cy & Jan Howenstine; Aug 5: Bob & Nona Perriman; Frank & Lynda Lucas

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early Tuesday morning. I had planned to mow Mom's and my yard today, but I am not upset that it is too wet. I'm getting used to grass and weeds knee high, but I am concerned when friends stop by to see if anyone still lives here. Magnolia Baptist Church will have their monthly friends and family dinner following church services Sunday, August 4. Come meet with your friends and neighbors, hear God's message in song and Word, then partake of some of the best food and fellowship this side of Heaven. School will start way too soon. If you know of a child in the Roll-Crawford community who has not received a bag of school supplies, please contact Shirley Cogburn, Linda Eakins, or Karen Barber. The Crawford Church has supplied all the children with school supplies in this community and they do not want to miss anyone. Your help in letting them know is greatly appreciated. Nancy Lucas attended the annual Lucas family reunion at the Reydon Community building on July 27 She reported that there was a good number there and she had a great time. The Crawford Flying Fingers met on Monday and finished a beautiful cheater quilt for Mae Sue Springer Bright. I am learning from the pros who quilt and

invite you to come on over and learn with us. We started on my quilt Monday and will work on it a few weeks. That quilt is a good one to learn on because I am not concerned about how good (or bad) you quilt. If you have never even threaded a needle, this is a great time for you to experience the joys of quilting-and of being with other women. There is always plenty of food and especially dessert. We had two fabulous desserts Monday, and yes, I indulged. Monday the 5th everyone is to bring what they have leftover from their church dinner. I guess it could be called potluck, lucky if anything is left in the pot. Those who quilted Monday were Mae Sue, Pat Allen, Marguerite Beavin Baker, Sue Flowers, and me. Frankie Dodson Cockrell stopped in to visit and share lunch with us and we were delighted to have her join us. Two important events that need to be noted on your calendar are the county wide revival at the Cheyenne United Methodist Church August 11-14 and the Masonic fish fry August 17. I will see you at both of these important events. I have a really good excuse for not having enough time to get things done. A rabbit keeps stealing my lemon thyme from a pot on my back porch. So you see, my time is not being wasted; my thyme is being stolen.

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HAMMON...Wednesday, August 14

NEWS-in-BRIEF from Page 1 4-H JUNIOR ROUND-UP

RMC 4-H Junior Round-Up will be Friday, August 2 at the Ag Pavilion in Cheyenne from 2-7:00 p.m. There will be workshops, snacks, election of county officers and swimming from 7-9:00 p.m. at the City Pool.

STEPPING INTO FREEDOM PROGRAM

Stepping into Freedom is a Christ-centered 12-step program for any life controlling problems. Meetings will be on Fridays at 8:00 PM in the Civil Defense Room in Cheyenne, located under the Courthouse (storm shelter room). For more information call Dwayne 580-878-0235 or Wendy 580-497-3673.

LEF SCHOOL DONATIONS

The Leedey Education Foundation is partnering with clubs, churches, banks, groups, and individuals to provide school supplies for Leedey students for the 2013-2014 school year. Donations should be designated "School Supplies" and can be mailed to Leedey Education Foundation, P. O. Box 314, Leedey, OK 73654, or taken to Bank of the West in Leedey. All donations are deeply appreciated.

Come to the next Dempsey Social on Saturday, August 3, 2013 at 6:30 PM. The Undefined Band, with Jason Wilhelm as leader, will be presenting a night of good entertainment. The band from Elk City will present Christian music and also have CD’s for sale. The meal will be salads. Families may bring a dessert. Hope you are there!

HARVEST FALL FAIR CATALOG

Sunday, August 4 – 2:00-4:00 & Sunday, August 11 – 2:00-4:00

trAct #2 ProPerty DeScriPtion: This 151.5 acre tract has native and Bermuda grass, five and six wire fences and a good well of water with a windmill.

LEEDEY...Monday, August 12

UNDEFINED BAND at DEMPSEY SOCIAL

Open HOuse

trAct #1 ProPerty DeScriPtion: This tract will sell with approximately 8 ½ acres and has a beautiful brick home with approximately 1,809 sq. ft. living area has 3 nice size bedrooms, two full bathrooms, kitchen with dishwasher, electric cookstove, pantry, eating bar and plenty of cabinet and counter space. The dining room has built-in china cabinet/storage and french doors leading out to the back patio. The living room has a coat closet at the entry and there is also a built-in cabinet. The guest bathroom has double lavatories and master bedroom has a walk-in closet and a master bathroom with whirlpool tub and shower. There is a utility with backdoor entrance and a covered front porch. This home has central heat and air, ceiling fans, carpet and tile flooring, 2” blinds and is total electric. There is also a 30’ x 50’ metal shop with a 12’ x 50’ lean-to. It has concrete floor, 12’ x 12’ overhead door, one walk-thru door, 220 and 110 electrical. The other metal barn is a 30’ x 40’ with gravel and also there is a set of 60’ x 60’ corrals with a 10’ alley and a crowding tub. This property located in the Hammon School District, is on Beckham County Rural Water has a septic system.

REYDON...Thursday, August 8

The Strong City Baptist Church will be celebrating its 100th birthday on October 6, 2013. If you have special stories, pictures or memories you would like to share with us about our church, please send them to 18909 HWY 33, Cheyenne, OK 73628 or e-mail to nbottom@dobsonteleco.com. We would love to have you join us on this very special day.

Isn't God good? We received another wonderful rain shower

ProPerty & SALe LocAtion: From Cheyenne, Oklahoma at Hwy. 283 & RM E 970 County Rd (N. of Hospital) go 8 ½ miles East to 1940 Rd to the Southwest Corner of Property or 9 miles East to sale site.

CHEYENNE...Thursday, August 8

STRONG CITY BAPTIST CELEBRATION

CRAWFORD Sue Pearson

OWNER: RichARD ADAmS

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Jonathan Hagar of McMinnville, Tennessee has recently moved to Cheyenne and will be the new pastor at the Church of Christ. Jonathan has a Bachelor's Degree in History but decided to follow in his father's footsteps and become a minister. He graduated from the Methodist School of Preaching and

wanted to go somewhere he's never been before and as far west as he could, so he choose Cheyenne. Jonathan has one sister and a fiancé Anna Bennett who still lives in Tennessee. They have plans to marry within the coming year, Watch for Jonathan's articles in the Cheyenne Star each week.

It’s time to start working on exhibits for the Harvest Festival Fall Fair. The Fall Fair will be held August 26-27, 2013 at the Ag Pavilion in Cheyenne. Drop by the OSU Extension Office in Cheyenne to pick up a copy of the Fair Catalog.

COUNTY WIDE REVIVAL

The Roger Mills County-Wide Revival will be held August 1114 at the UMC in Cheyenne at 7:00 p.m. nightly followed by refreshment sand fellowship. Nursery provided. Wednesday will be a special youth night beginning at 3:30 with youth pastor, Jacob Cline.

CIRCLE of CARE MEETING

The Monthly Board Meeting for the Circle of Care will be held Thursday, August 1, 2013 at 5:00 PM at the First United Methodist Church in Cheyenne.

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Charles Roy Craig II Charles Roy Craig II was born to Roy and Hazel Parks Craig September 17, 1938, in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He was baptized in the First Baptist Church October 3, 1948, and attended college at Oklahoma State University. He was proud of his service in the US Army Reserves. He and some buddies were injured in a training incident at Fort Chaffee. He was interested in the law and political activity, holding positions of leadership in several organizations, including the Young Democrats of OSU and the state of Oklahoma, later moving to Washington, D.C. where he worked for several legislators and briefly in the Library of Congress. He passed from this life in Mt. Sinai Hospital, Miami Beach, Florida on July 19, 2013 at the age of 74, following a lengthy bout with cancer. Charles was especially

soft-hearted with regard to animals. He arranged a funeral service for some baby possums he had found and attempted to nurse back to health. Also, after the Leedey tornado in 1949 his major concern when coming out of the cellar was for baby turtles he had gathered during the afternoon. He was greatly relieved to find them safe in the bed of their new pickup. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his brother, Joe F. Craig, sister-in-law Jeanne of Leedey, Oklahoma; brother and sister-in-law Jack and Judy Craig of Yukon, Oklahoma; sister Nancy Dingman of Orlando, Florida; nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends. Graveside services were held on Friday July 26, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. at the Evergreen Cemetery, Leedey, Oklahoma. Condolences may be made to the family at shawfuneralhome.net. Shaw Funeral Home of Leedey

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Graveside services for Lura Anne (Jordan) Tennison, 66 yearold Weatherford, Oklahoma resident, formerly of Okmulgee, Oklahoma, will be held in the Chapel of Memorial Park Cemetery in Tulsa, Oklahoma with Pastor Brian Harris officiating, under the direction of Lockstone Funeral Home. Lura was born November 8, 1946 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma to James and Anne (Baxter) Jordan and passed away Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at home in Weatherford, Oklahoma. Lura was raised and attended school in Okmulgee, Oklahoma and graduated from Okmulgee High School in 1965. After marrying, she moved to Virginia, then to Tulsa in 1971, Crawford in 1981 and back to Tulsa.

Before retiring in 2007 she worked as a x-ray tech. Lura enjoyed being with her family; fishing; feeding birds; butterflies; arts and crafts; and going to the lake. Lura is survived by one son, Clinton Keahey and girlfriend, Nicole Todd of Bixby, Oklahoma; one daughter, Jackie Reagan and husband, Tally of Weatherford, Oklahoma; two sisters, Celia LeGrand and husband, Paul of Okmulgee, Oklahoma and Debby Nichols and husband, Harry of Vicksburg, Mississippi; sister-in-law, Ellie Jordan of Okmulgee, Oklahoma; and five grandchildren, Brayden and Jessica Reagan, Kristen, Zak, and Ryleigh Keahey. She was preceded in death by her parents; spouse; and brother, Larry Jordan.

James Lee Clark

Funeral services for James Lee Clark will be conducted Thursday, August 1, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. from the Martin Funeral Chapel of Elk City with Rev. Larry Parvin officiating. Interment will be in the Red Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Martin Funeral Home. James Lee Clark was born June 9, 1949 at Elk City to Ray and Bonnie (Payne) Clark and passed away Monday, June 29, 2013 at the age of 64. He was raised in Hammon where he graduated from Hammon High School in 1967. He continued his education at Oklahoma State University and Panhandle State. James farmed, owned and operated a trucking company and loved to trade at gun shows and flea markets. He was married to Vicki Parvin on September 1,

1972 and they have lived all of their married life in Hammon. He was baptized as a young man in the Baptist Church and loved his family, especially his grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brother, Monty Clark. Survivors include his wife: Vicki Clark of the Hammon home, 4 children, Jamie Moler and her husband Matt of Cheyenne, Brandi Coker and her husband R. J. of Cheyenne, Michael Clark of Hammon, Chad Clark of Hammon, his parents, Ray and Bonnie Clark of Hammon, special nephew, Ritchie Clark and 11 grandchildren, Colton and Carlee Moler, Chandler, Orion and Drae Clark, Tanner, Kimbree, McKenzie and Mary Coker and Chelsea and Brice Clark.

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

Sunday, August 4th

9:30 a.m. ~ Welcome Snacks, 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

Churches/Obituaries

Howard Roy Moore

Howard Roy Moore was born January 27, 1931. He passed from this life on July 21, 2013 in Elk City, Oklahoma at the age of 82. Howard was born in the family home of Sheldon Howard Moore, southwest of Leedey, Oklahoma. His parents were Roy Smith Moore and Helen Murphy Moore. In 1934, Howard and Roy moved to Summerdale, Alabama. Roy married Ruth Harrison. Howard appreciated her good cooking and kind care. He enjoyed an active childhood and especially enjoyed spending time with his dad watching and learning from him a manner of doing business. This was a cherished time in Howard’s life. In 1944, the Moore family moved back to Leedey and in 1946 settled southeast of Moorewood. Howard attended Leedey High School and graduated in 1949. He attended and was baptized at the Leedey First United Methodist Church. On September 15, 1951 Howard married Pauline Harrel, in Leedey, Oklahoma. This was the beginning of a strong partnership that lasted 57 years. The two of them worked side by side, whether it be gathering and doctoring cattle or plowing and sowing wheat. They shared a love for farming and ranching. They had one child, Susan Gaye. She married Shawn Frey, in Eunice, Louisiana in 1999. They have two children Shane Howard 21 and Sydney Rae 14 of Marlow, Oklahoma. Howard loved a challenge and enjoyed buying and selling whether it was cattle, horses or land. They farmed and ranched near Cheyenne, Foss, Ringling, Butler and Leedey, Oklahoma. Howard loved a good horse, but especially a race horse. His greatest success came in 1999 when Okey Dokey Dale was named champion 3 year old colt. Another horse dear to Howard was Scrutinizer, a son of Okey Dokey Dale. Both horses winning on the track and then standing at stud. He and Pauline loved spending time in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Meeting people with the same in-

terest and enjoying the horse races. Pauline became ill and passed on August 10, 2009. During her illness Howard was a wonderful caregiver to his wife. In the last years of Howard’s life he enjoyed continuing to conduct business, eating out, telling stories, checking in on his 2 grandchildren and spending time with his special friend Deloris Little. He was preceded in death by his loving wife Pauline Harrel Moore; his parents Roy and Ruth Moore; his mother Helen Murphy Johanson; grandparents, sisterin-law and brother-in-law Hazel and Crawford Imhoff, Yukon, Oklahoma, brother-in-law Celo Harrel, and nephew Lynn Moore and his wife Vane Moore, Leedey, Oklahoma. He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law Susan Gaye and Shawn Frey; grandson Shane Howard Frey, granddaughter Sydney Rae Frey of Marlow, Oklahoma; Special friend Deloris Little, Woodward, Oklahoma; his sister and husband, Maxine and Billy Rounds of Hammon, Oklahoma; his brothers Dewayne and wife Sue of Leedey, Oklahoma; Eddie and wife Shawn of Havgnton, Louisiana; sister-in-law Martha Lou and husband Jr. Evans of Bethany, Oklahoma; nieces and nephews, other family and a host of friends. Funeral services were held on Thursday July 25, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. at the Community Fellowship Church, Hammon, Oklahoma with interment following in Red Star Cemetery, Leedey, Oklahoma. Condolences may be made to the family and Memorial Tribute viewed at shawfuneralhome.net. Shaw Funeral Home of Leedey

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Issues of Life Pastor Andy Taylor “Let love be without hypocrisy” Rom 12:9 In the next discourse in Romans chapter twelve Paul gives a whole list of practical things to help us to better live the Christian life. I would call the next section, “Instructions for Kingdom Living”. Paul begins by encouraging the readers in Rome that their love would be without hypocrisy. It is interesting to note, I believe, that Paul started this whole list of instructions by first addressing love. Without a doubt it is the most important issue that we face in the whole context of our life. The bible says that the world will know us (Christians), by our love for one another. The problem is that we, as Christians, have not been the best example of how to love one another. Those on the outside know that if we cannot love one another, if we can’t work through difficulties with one another…that we won’t do it with them either. And so, there are countless thousands who never darken the church door because they have seen us in action. We must first repent of our unwillingness to love one another unconditionally. Paul says that our love should be without hypocrisy. Our interaction with our spritual brothers and sisters must be undergirded with love, and not just any love…..unconditional love. Unconditional love is the quality of love that the Lord has extended to us, His children. And it is the quality of love that He intends us to extend to others in this walk of life. That, again, is why it is so very important to begin the process of learning to relate to God as Father. We must ‘taste’ and see that the Lord is good! …..Continued.

Thank You Thank you for all the cards and expressions of sympathy since David McGarvey has gone to his heavenly home. He loved serving the community as an EMT and pastor. I will be moving to Tennessee and look forward to getting to know my grandchildren better. God is good and faithful all the time. May you be richly blessed for all the prayers, kindness, cards and caring. Love, Jo McGarvey

The Father’s House First Assembly of God Church Erick, Oklahoma ~ 580-526-3290

Reydon Community Church Welcome

Church Ministries

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

111 South 2nd Cheyenne, OK 73628 580-497-2265

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

Pastor Juanice Parkhurst Sunday School 10:00 AM Church Service 11:00 AM Evening Service 6:00 PM

***************** Live simply ~ Live generously Care deeply ~ Speak kindly and leave the rest to God. *******************

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 Sunday School...9:45 am Services held in Social Barn at Croton Creek Guest Ranch

Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Services 11:00 a.m. followed by Dinner

Wednesday Youth Services 7:00 PM

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

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


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************* Human imagination is not simply our means of reaching out to God but God’ s means of maifesting himself to us. ~Christian Wiman, poet

Ronald Scott from page 1 which is technically doable, but the cost estimates were in the $400 billion range, and after the politicians heard that, no one talked about it again.” After the moon landing, NASA focused on how to use the technology developed to solve national problems. Scott became an expert in alternative energy applications. The Energy Research and Development Agency was created, and later became the Department of Energy under President Carter. Scott was named as the Director of the National Solar Heating Program, and was in charge of the research and development of alternative energy sources. “We had over 1100 projects going at one time, scattered all over the U.S. We even had windmill projects in the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.” One of his most interesting assignments was when then Secretary of Energy James Schlesinger asked Scott to incorporate an alternative energy system into the White House. Another of Scott’s assignments took him all the way to Saudi Arabia. After the Arab Oil Embargo, Energy Secretary Schlesinger initiated a program to work with the Saudis on a joint energy program, and to build good will. “I remember all of us were being entertained at a Saudi state dinner hosted by King Faisal at the palace. Everything was first class. I noticed over in the corner of this palatial room a huge mound of caviar, probably several feet high, and no doubt expensive. On top of the mound of caviar was a cat, and he was eating the caviar like he starving. I bet the cat ate $10,000 worth of caviar while I was watching. You could say it was over the top!” Scott noted that, “We tried to put in incentives to encourage wind, and solar energy use. Back

then if you had a wind turbine, the utility companies wouldn’t buy back surplus electricity, we changed that. Now it’s federal law that they have to. We also put in tax incentives to encourage energy conservation.” One of Scott’s most memorable associations was Dr. Harrison Schmidt, the only scientist who walked on the moon. “I worked with Harrison on the NASA energy projects. One of my most treasured possessions is a photo taken of the earth from the moon and signed by Harrison.” In the course of his career, while serving in a number of leadership positions at the national level creating policy, Scott found time to earn a Master’s in Science at the University of Alabama, and Indiana University. As a Sloan Fellow, he was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Indiana University for his many accomplishments. In Washington, D.C., a few years ago, Scott was speaking to a 5th grade class encouraging the students to consider a career in math and science. One young man asked him why he chose to study math and physics. Scott paused a moment, reflecting on his youth growing up in Strong City milking cows. His reply was, “Well to tell you the truth, I wanted to get away from a Holstein cow.” For Dr. Scott it has been quite a ride through space history---all the way from Strong City to the moon. Thank-you Dr. Ronald Scott for sharing your story, and thank-you for your service to your country, and your contributions to what can only be described as the greatest adventure of human history. Dr. Ronald Scott is married to Pat Hughes Scott, an Oklahoma native, and a distinguished space pioneer in her own right. They live in Cape Canaveral, Florida, and Strong City, Oklahoma.

COMPLETION Beckham County NW/4 of 24-11-26, Anderson, Linn Operating, Total Depth 16,423 NW/4 of 36-11-26, Baker 14-36, SM Energy, Total Depth 16,090 SW/4 of 30-11-26, Burl Harman 3-30, SM Energy, Total Depth 16,100 Dewey County NE/4 of 36-17-20, Cobra, Chesapeake, Total Depth 12,848 NW/4 of 36-16-20, Lauder 1-26, JMA Energy, Total Depth 14,000 SE/4 of 1-16-20, Dixie 2-1, Ward Petroleum, Total Depth 12,400 Ellis County SE/4 of 34-19-25, Susana, Chesapeake, Total Depth 13,719 SW/4 of 16-21-26, Tyler Beau 16-3, Jones Energy, Total Depth 11,620 NE/4 of 9-20-25, Becker, Chesapeake, Total Depth 12,608 NW/4 of 17-18-23, Shrewder 1-17, Primary Natural, Total Depth 13,820 NW/4 of 33-19-24, Davis 33-1, EOG Resources, Total Depth 13,583 NE/4 of 19-18-23, Shrewder 4-19, Primary Natural, Total Depth 13,903 SE/4 of 22-16-23, Conservation 1-22, QEP Energy, Total Depth 12,310 NW/4 of 7-20-25, JW Haffner, Chesapeake, Total Depth 12,692 "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free" (John NW/4 of 7-20-25, BJH Trust, Chesapeake, Total Depth 12,612 8:32). SE/4 of 11-20-25, Erlich 11-6, Noble Energy, Total Depth 12,305 The division of the religious world points up the fact that all those SE/4 of 8-17-23, Susan 8-1, EOG Resources, Total Depth 11,000 who read the Bible do not understand it alike. We are forced to one of NW/4 of 35-18-24, Roberta 36-1, EOG Resources, Total Depth 14,084 two conclusions: It is either God's fault or it is man's fault. Roger Mills County First, it naturally comes to mind to wonder if anything could be written that all men would see alike. Yet, when we think of the nature SE/4 of 13-11-23, Whitledge 4-14, Burlington, Total Depth 15,216 of God, we would have to say that God would do such a thing. The God NW/4 of 1-15-24, Hubbard 1-1, Cordillera Energy, Total Depth 12,700 of the universe who has made such a wonderful creation is not limited NW/4 of 9-11-24, Wood 2-9, Jones Energy, Total Depth 16,689 in any area (Genesis 1:2). He could, and did, author a book that man NE/4 of 5-14-23, Henrik 1-5, Cimarex Energy, Total Depth 13,105 could read and understand. The Bible is that book. It claims that men NW/4 of 20-16-24, Frankfotehr 2-20, Apache, Total Depth 12,565 can understand (Eph. 5:17). God is in the enlightening business (Matt. NE/4 of 7-12-23, Esther Burrows 2-7, Forest Oil, Total Depth 14,289 24:15; 1 Cor. 14:20; Eph. 1:18; John 3:18-21). Jesus is the means of this NW/4 of 20-16-24, Frankfother 1-20, Apache, Total Depth 12,560 revelation of God to man today (John 8:31-32; 1:9-14; 13:20; Heb. 1:1). "The people which sat in darkness saw great light; and to them which NE/4 of 13-14-26, Old Whirlwind 1-13, Laredo, Total Depth 16,797 sat in the region and shadow of death light sprang up" "Matt. 4:16). Paul NW/4 of 21-16-24, Barber 2-21, Ward Petroleum, Total Depth 13,290 said, "I count all things loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ SE/4 of 23-17-25, Catherine 1-23, LE Norman, Total Depth 14,050 Jesus my Lord" (Phil. 3:8). NE/4 of 3-18-26, Act 1-3, LE Norman, Total Depth 13,482 Surely, if we believe that the living God of heaven is all powerful, all NE/r of 29-16-22, Mary Ann, Chesapeake, Total Depth 13,078 wise, and all knowing, we do not find it hard to believe that He could INCREASED DENSITY give to this world a message that man whom He loves so much can Dewey County understand. The inevitable conclusion we must come to is that THE PROBLEM Section 32-16-20 Mewbourne Oil LIES WITH MAN!...the recipient of the revelation from God. Having INTENT to DRILL now arrived at the positive conclusion that the fault lies with man, we Custer County have to look for reasons among men as to why hundreds of ideas and NW/4 of 31-12-20, Farni 1-31, Apache, Total Depth 14,375 interpretations have come from the same book. First, many people are Dewey County simply too lazy and will not study the Book! They forget, or have never SE/4 of 29-16-20, Basler 29-2, Mewbourne Oil, Total Depth 14,207 learned, that in any area of life, success comes only through diligent Ellis County effort. (see 2 Tim. 2:15; Jude 3; 2 Peter 1:1-21:. We must study and learn all we can about our profession or work. It is the one who knows the job NW/4 of 35-19-26, Coates 35-2, Mewbourne Oil, Total Depth 13,517 inside-out who is successful. Christianity is no different! NE/4 of 18-18-23, Shrewder 3-18, Primary Natural, Total Depth 14,268 The second greatest reason for failing to understand the Bible alike SE/4 of 12-16-24, Dunn 2-12, Apache, Total Depth 13,000 is closely akin to laziness in that the majority of people put their faith in SW/4 of 33-21-24, Mason 33-1, Mewbourne Oil, Total Depth 11,905 the interpretations of men, trusting them to "show them the way". When NE/4 of 6-18-24, Charlene 6-1, EOG Resources, Total Depth 13,795 all creeds, manuals, articles of faith, disciplines, catechisms, confessions, Roger Mills County and other like WORKS OF MEN (which are vain, Mt. 15:9, will be SW/4 of 33-15-24, Ford 4-33, Apache, Total Depth 16,000 burned up on that last day, 2 Pet. 3:19), are put totally out of men's lives, there will be no trouble in understanding the Bible alike NE/4 of 11-11-26, Sherri J, Chesapeake, Total Depth 18,133 We invite and encourage you to investigate the NW/4 of 2-14-24, Tawni 1-2, Apache, Total Depth 16,500 SE/4 of 3-17-25, Sylvia 3-1, Mewbourne Oil, Total Depth 12,478 CHURCH of CHRIST SW/4 of 13-11-26, Ora Lee, Chesapeake, Total Depth 16,659 CHEYENNE, OKLAHOMA NW/4 of 26-16-24, Glass 4-26, Apache, Total Depth 13,500 Where God's word, the Holy Bible, unencumbered by the works and POOLING traditions of men, is taught, believed, and followed. 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Sayre Main Street Community Theatre presents the musical Alice in Wonderland. The show is directed By Meagan Mathews-Oakley with set design by Cody Carnahan. Production dates are August 1-4 at the Sayre United Methodist Church. Shows Thursday, Friday & Saturday are at 7:30 p.m. with the Sunday show at 2:30 p.m. For ticket information call 580-9283355. In 1865, an English author named Charles Lutwide Dodgson, otherwise knows as Lewis Carroll, wrote the novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults and children. It is considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre. "If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what is isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would."

Alice's adventures in wonderland are unique captivating, and in Alice's own words, "curioser and curioser." Alice is played by Dixie Boyce of Cheyenne. She will be a 7th grader at Cheyenne Public Schools and is the daughter of Chad and Sherry Smith. Other cast members are Rachel LeGrand, Sayre, White Rabbit, Oriole, Tweedle-Dum and Tulip; Destiney Bailey, Sayre, Chesire Cat, Dodo and Iris; Audry Moreno, Sayre, Queen of Hearts, Duchess, Rose, and Lady Bird; Zerakai Moreno, Sayre, Caterpillar, Mad Hatter and Lobster; Elizabeth Mendoza, Sayre, Tweedle Doo, Duck, Dod and Tulip; Faith White, Elk City, March Hare, Mock Turtle adn Daisy; Cassidy Crabb, Sayre, Dormouse; Trey Cotts, Sayre, King of Hearts; Kendra White, Sarye, Card; Emma Ferrero, Sayre, Rose Bud; and Madison Spieker, Gabby Spieker, Dalen Harrinton, Camdyn Richardson, Brawdyn Richardson, Mackenzie Thompson, Sohpie Ferrero and Ava Woods, all of Sayre.

The Old Fishing & Swimming Hole on Sweetwater Creek by E.L. Fowler, Sweetwater, Oklahoma -- We rode the horses to the creek on Sunday afternoons. The horses liked to walk in the water on a hot day to keep cool. One day, I'll never forget my cousin Neal's horse started to lay down in the creek water. Neal jumped off and was tiptoe standing in water holding on to the reins as his horse rolled in the water. Neal was wet up to his waist and all of the boys had a good laugh. Our swimming hole was on the old Topper Place. It was about 12 feet deep and 25 feet wide under some very large cottonwood trees that provided very good shade and a good rope swing to swing across the creek and drop into the water. The swimming suits were ready made from mother nature. We always watched for snakes, but most of the time they were scared of us. I will always remember one Sunday evening when we were all having fun in the water and someone said where is Donald Carmen? To our surprise he had gone under water for about the third time. I believe it was a miracle as he was drowning. We drug him up on the bank and all revived him back to life. I never know how boys ever grow up to be men as they live very

dangerously when they are young! They believe, I guess, that nothing can happen to them, but sometimes they are wrong in this belief. Vancy was a good swimmer. He never had told Aunt Verla he had learned to swim. I remember one time they were having a picnic on the creek near the old swimming hole and the grownups were all in the water…when all at once, Vancie jumped in. Aunt Verla, thinking he would drown, called out to everyone to grab Vancie! To her surprise, Vancie started swimming away from shore looking back over his shoulder grinning at Aunt Verla who almost fainted from fright. Sometime in the late summer when it got dry, the creek would almost stop running. This is when we'd go into the water where there were deep holes and grabble. Grabbling is when you reach in the holes under the water in the bank and pull fish out with your hands. Sometimes to our surprise there were snakes, sometimes poisonous, but most of the time we'd bring home a mess of fish. Some were large enough you could grab them by running your hand and arm through the gills. Some almost as big as 20 or 30 pounds! There were no food stamps back then!


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Kimzey Leads Bull Riding in the Prairie Circuit

The Prairie Circuit has been home to rodeo’s top players since its inception in 1975, and its countdown of champions reads like a who’s who list for the sport’s greatest stars. Names like Ferguson, Etbauer, Cooper, Duvall, Frost and MacBeth have been recognized in the greatest halls of fame in the sport. But the circuit system also is home to some of the greatest rising stars in the game. Take Sage Kimzey. He’s 18 years old and competing this season on his ProRodeo permit – in order to be members of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, contestants must compete on their permit and meet a minimum requirement of $1,000 in earnings. Kimzey’s done that and more. In fact, the bull rider from Strong City, Okla., leads the Prairie Circuit bull riding standings with $12,894. He’s well on his way to Destination Duncan and home of the Chisholm Trail Ram Prairie Circuit Finals Rodeo, set for Oct. 17-19, at the Stephens County Fair and Expo Center. “Qualifying for the circuit finals is one of my goals this year,” said Kimzey, who earned his money in Beggs, Okla.; Bennington, Kan.; North Platte, Neb.; some co-approved rodeos in other states; and at the Chisholm Trail Stampede, which took place in Duncan in May. “It would definitely be really cool.” Kimzey knows cool when he sees it. His father, Ted Kimzey, is a ProRodeo clown and entertainer who has served as the barrelman at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Rodeo is a way of life and has been since the day he was born. “My family has rodeoed forever, and I was just brought up in it,” Sage Kimzey said. “Bull riding was always my favorite event, so that’s kind of how I got into it.” Kimzey’s siblings, older sister Dusta and little brother Trey, are part of Tricked Out, a trick-riding group that performs at rodeos and other Western related shows throughout the country. To say rodeo is in the family’s blood would be quite an understatement. Sage Kimzey just completed his freshman year at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, where he qualified

The difference between fair criticism of judges and intimidation is a serious one. Everyone in the United States has a right to blame, condemn and denounce court decisions. This right is protected in the First Amendment. However, directed critique meant to suppress a judge or influence a decision is against the rule of law and an independent judiciary. The Legislature and Governor can base their choices on political platforms and focus groups but the Courts cannot. The job of the judge is to apply the law to the case before it and make a decision accordingly. That’s it. Oklahoma’s judges are exceptional. They do their job quietly, professionally and free of influence. Recently, some top legislators at the State Capitol have decided judges are making decisions based upon politics. Most are saying this because several rulings don’t line up with their political beliefs. Basically, they’re mad because the decisions didn’t BULLRIDER…Sage Kimzey of Strong City, Oklahoma is the go their way. Their solution is to go after the top bull rider in the Prairie Circuit Rodeo. He is pictured after a ride at a recent rodeo. Photo by BQ Gauck Photog- judges. They want to politicize

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for the College National Finals Rodeo – yeah, he reached another one of his goals. He’s taken the lessons learned from former world champion Gary Leffew and tied them into a nice little bow that makes up a solid start to his bull riding career. “I went to his school when I was a sophomore in high school, and he taught us pretty much everything wrapped into one,” he said, referring to Leffew’s mental approach mixed with the technical skills it takes to ride bulls as well as possible. “Gary has just a really positive attitude. You think you could ride Goliath when you come out of his school.” It’ll take that to win in the Prairie Circuit. Kimzey has about a $4,000 lead over the No. 2 man in bull riding, Tate Stratton. Other leaders are barrel racer Tana Renick, steer roper Rocky Patterson, tie-down roper Bryson Sechrist, saddle bronc rider Wade Sundell, team roping brothers Andrew and Reagan Ward, bareback rider Jared Keylon (who is injured and

has less than a $2,000 lead over past circuit champ Caine Riddle), steer wrestler Stockton Graves and all-around cowboy Trell Etbauer, who also is in a tight race with Sechrist and Cole Wilson in tiedown roping. Now Kimzey has a shot at winning the year-end championship. “That didn’t start out being one of my goals, but I’ve had a pretty good permit year,” he said. “Now it’s one of my goals, and it’s definitely possible.” With about two months remaining in the season, a lot of things can happen. There are a lot of big-money opportunities out there in a sport where dollars equal championship points. That means the cowboys and cowgirls who want to be in Duncan competing for circuit titles will need to do well over the remaining few weeks to secure their spot among the top 12. “I’ve been around rodeo all my life, and my family does a lot in rodeo,” Kimzey said. “There’s just one focus in my life right now, and that’s riding bulls as well as I can.”

Cheyenne 50 Years Ago By Melanie Cole -- Steven Schmidt, dairy farmer, Crawford, Oklahoma, has been selected to serve as a member on the Farmers Home Administration County Committee. Earl Tucker of the Grimes community is chairman of the committee with Jess D. Pyeatt the other member from Three Corners Community. The FHA is presently serving 79 families in Roger Mills County, according to Calvin Adams, supervisor. Cathy Purcell and Jay Jarvis of Cheyenne attended the senior high Methodist camp at Canyon Camp near Hinton. The Chamber of Commerce elected three new board members at a recent meeting. The new members of the board are Elzie Campbell, L.J. Pankey and James Mogg. The three outgoing members are Glen Crane, Eugene Savage and Billy Joe Davis. Saturday August 3 will be "Col. Jack Howard Day" in Cheyenne for everyone. Col. Jack will be honored for his famous 1800 mile ride from Stockton, California to Cheyenne, his birthplace. Col. Jack made the 102 day trip alone on his Palomino horse "Trooper" carrying his "pill roll". Usually

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he spent the night with some rancher. Jack is 70 years of age. A special program full of activities will be held at Dead Indian Lake at 6:30 p.m. Col. Jack delivered a special letter from the Chamber of Commerce in Stockton to Harry C. Chapman, president of the Chamber of Commerce in Cheyenne. A group enjoying the day picnicking, skiing and visiting at Dead Indian Park and Lake Sunday were 1962 Crawford graduates and former classmates, friends and family. All graduates were there but two. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powell and Paula; Mrs. Calvin Hillman and Greddy Austin; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bonser; Kay Caudle; Mr. and Mrs. James Albert Maddux and Jamie; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Watson; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young; Mrs. Carl Allen; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker, Ronnie and Velta Rae and Rocki and Jeri Walker; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Keahey, Richard and Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Hammond; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reynolds and Alexia; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Malson; and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Dickason, Harold and Tammy. Local Boy Scouts at Camp Kickapoo this week are Jim McDaniel, Jim Bob Sprowls, Donnie

Ford, Eddie Wesner, Rickey Bradshaw, Johnny Skipworth, Arthur Trammell and Bob Sprowls, the Scout Master. Jimmie L. Bradshaw, cashier of Security State Bank, Cheyenne, is one of an all-male chorus that will sing at the National Bankers Convention. Spending last week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barton at their farmranch home west of Cheyenne were their grandchildren Connie and Tony Vogt of Corn and Robin Barton of Cheyenne. J.P. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hill and Bill Strickland of Cheyenne attended a display of electric cooking equipment and demonstration in Sayre last week. Frank Nebhut, Jr. of Strong City is in the Mooreland Hospital recovering from a broken leg and surgery. Eva Lewis of Durham is improving in the Cheyenne Hospital after surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kent and grandson of Hammon assisted the Cheyenne Odd Fellows and Rebekahs in painting their hall Friday. Mrs. Judson Cunningham, Mrs. Carrell Wickham and Mrs. Myrtle Mikkelson helped get the hall ready for paint. The Cheyenne Star August 1, 1963

My husband, Jason, was a wonderful man whose enthusiasm for life was inspirational. We loved each other very much, and he made me laugh all the time. Our daughter, Caeli Rose, was the apple of her daddy’s eye and she still talks about him. He loved being with his family and friends. Jason was struck by lightning at a wake boarding competition he and his brother started years ago. When he died, I was approached about donation. I’m an RN and Jason and I talked about it many times, we were both donors. If he could help even one person – he wanted to be a donor. Jason touched us all in his life, and we know he has touched many others through his donation. 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.

Oklahoma’s judiciary and bend the judges to the will of the legislature. This idea is nothing new. In fact, the founding fathers put protections in the Constitution to prevent this. Federal judges are appointed for life so there is little worry about tampering and undue influence. This was the safeguard for an independent third branch of government. This brings us to the brewing antagonism the legislature has against the judiciary. Unlike the federal system, the Oklahoma Constitution provides no lifetime appointment for judges. Therefore the judiciary is more subject to influence. The people in Oklahoma can influence the judiciary through elections and retention ballots. This is good. It holds judges accountable and provides a good balance. However, the legislature is now trying to exercise undue influence for political and business purposes. How does it happen? The legislature could simply cut the court’s budget. They could vote laws to put judges out of office by limiting the amount of time they serve.

They could require individual legislators to vote on the appointment of judges. They could require periodic reviews of each judge’s rulings. They could create a grade and scorecard for each judge based upon their own political criteria. You get the point. By the way, these are all ideas being floated for the next legislative session. We have an excellent third branch of government in Oklahoma. Our judges are dedicated, professional and possess a sense of duty that should be emulated not ridiculed. Are there some controversial decisions? Sure, but we still have the best form of government in the world. We have a right to a fair and impartial trial. We have the right to face our accuser. We have the right to a speedy trial and we have a right against unlawful search and seizure. We hold these rights to be sacred in the United States and it’s the judiciary that is charged with protection of these rights. The founders established three independent but equal branches of government for very good reasons. Let’s don’t corrupt it.

Rep. Sanders Recognized for Standing by Agriculture Industry OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Farm Bureau (OKFB) recently recognized state Rep. Mike Sanders in its first annual “100 Percent Club” for his track record of voting in favor of legislation supported by OKFB during the 2013 legislative session. The OKFB released its annual legislative scorecard in July. The scorecard reflects how legislators vote on bills and resolutions that would benefit the state’s agriculture industry. “We live in an agriculture state, and I am proud of my voting record on legislation that benefits our

hardworking farmers and ranchers,” said Sanders, R-Kingfisher. “As a rural state representative, I understand the challenges that come up for my constituents who

make their living off the land and provide food and products for the rest of the nation. I will continue to support legislation that helps them face those challenges.”

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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 July 19, 2013, and July 26, 2013. JOHN WESLEY EVANS appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on July 16, 2013, and entered an

initial appearance for the alleged offense of Protective Order Violation and bond was set at $5,000. JIMMY DWAYNE HOLDGE appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on July 22, 2013, and entered an initial appearance for violation of his probation for the offense of Domestic Abuse – Assault and Battery and he was given a $5,000 O.R. bond.

It's a Boy!

Cy & Jan Howenstine ~ 1973

Photos, Music, Painting & More At Gallery @112 The Gallery @112, located at 112 West Main in downtown Sayre, will be hosting three events in August. Sam Hagen of Erick will be teaching a photography class on Thursday evening, August 1, from 6 to 9 PM. Cost of the class is $45 and enrollment will be limited. On Sunday afternoon, August 18, at 3 PM storytellers, poets and musicians are invited to participate in the Summer Tellebration.

Judd Range Rowlan was welcomed by his parents, Joshua and Dena Rowlan and big brother Jacob. Judd was born June 20, 2013 at 7:47 AM in Perryton, Texas. He weighed in at 6 lbs 8 1/2 ounces

and was 19 inches long. His maternal grandparents are Bill and Karen Farrell of Cheyenne, Oklahoma. His paternal grandparents are John and Kay Rowlan of Waka, Texas.

The event is free and everyone of all ages is welcome, either to participate or to listen. Another Ladies Paint Night is scheduled for Thursday, August 29, 7-9 PM.. Dana Day will be instructing the class. Cost is $30. No experience is required. For information or to sign up for any of these classes please call the Gallery at 580-9280002 or register on the Gallery's Facebook page (Gallery@112).

Area Homeschoolers Invited to Informational Meeting Local homeschoolers will meet Tuesday, August 6th at the Heritage Center in Canute from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm to socialize and

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share information. “Homeschooling can be intimidating, especially for those who are new to it, so the meeting is to let homeschooling families know that they have support,” said meeting organizer Erin Brewer. Members of Heart of Western Oklahoma Homeschoolers will be on hand with information about the Elk City-based homeschool group and activities available through it, such as weekly co-op classes, Classical Conversation classes, and field trips. They’ll also provide information for beginning homeschoolers, like how to get started, information about recordkeeping, planning, and even Oklahoma laws. Brewer will also discuss her plan to begin a weekly afternoon session for homeschooling families who want to socialize, starting in September. “Anyone interested in homeschooling is encouraged to attend,” Brewer said. “This will be a relaxing afternoon of socializing and support.” The Heritage Center is located just across the street west of the convenience store in Canute. For more information about Tuesday’s meeting, contact Erin Brewer at (580) 821-0561.

Cy & Jan Howenstine ~ 2013 The family of Cy and Jan Howenstine are proud to announce their 40th Wedding Anniversary. Cy and Jan were married on August 4, 1973 in Putnam, Oklahoma. The couple met at the Miss Clinton Pageant, in which Jan was a contestant. They have lived in

Caldwell, Ohio; Dill City; Warner; and Crawford before making their home in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. All family and friends are invited to join the couple in celebration on August 3, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. at the United Methodist Church in Cheyenne.

Roger Mills County Court Records The following actions were filed in the District Court of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma the week of July 22-26, 2013. CIVIL - Misc. Gary Morrison, Nana Morrison Brown, John Wayne Morrison, Deanna Thrash, Vickey Morrison Dunham, Francis Janell Bunch, Bert H. Bluejacket, Susan E. Bluejacket and Bert and Susan E. Bluejacket revocable trust vs. George Edgar Harrel, Jeneta Beth

Harrel, Myrtel Susan Haxton, Robert Hugh Harrel and Lily Lois Kendall - Quiet Title; MARRIAGE LICENSE Micheal Shannon Rutledge and Loy Eugene Blackketter; PROTECTIVE ORDER Lindsey Jonel Anderson vs. Joshua Wayne Taylor; There will not be any changes or exceptions to the publication of these records.

Shawn & Jeanna Smith Shower: August 13th

Marlena & Clint Lippencott

Robyn Taylor & Kaleb Hursh Shower August 4th

Jennie Sides & Jake Sadler Downtown Cheyenne * 497-3582


Thursday, August 1, 2013

Legals

Page 1B ~ The Cheyenne Star

Cheyenne School is Ready for Students The halls at Cheyenne Public School might not have students in it during the summer but it has been buzzing with workers as they remodel and spruce up the high school building. The biggest eye-catching change is the orange and black tile in the hallway from the front office to the principal's office along with new texture and paint on the walls and new ceiling tiles. The Library will also have a new look with new carpet and custom-built wood shelves. The retractable wall in front of the library is now a solid wall, The Distance Learning College Classes will now be located in a room off of the library giving students the chance to take online college classes from SWOSU. The Auditorium and Gymnasium also have a new look. They have new paint, carpet and a new sound system has been installed. The gym has new LED lighting, new scoreboards and a new press box/score keepers table. The locker rooms will have new carpet and paint and a time clock will be installed in each locker room. Before the basketball season starts the gym floor will be sanded and repainted. Students will be amazed as they step into the high school student

lounge. everything is freshly painted and a new audio/sound system has been installed, including 4 new TVs. As they head to class, they will notice the walls are all freshly painted and the lockers have all been painted orange. They will feel like they are attending a new school! Some of the things that are not noticeable to the eye but important to the success of the students and the school includes new internal fiber for faster internet and video streaming, the 150+ stand-alone computers have all been upgraded and the security system and cameras have all been updated. "Our unsung heroes all summer have been those who have been behind the scenes cleaning up after the workers, keeping the school grounds mowed and just the overall help around the school," Superintendent RIck Garrison added, "thank you to Lori Barnett, Jon Robinson, Wes Isch, Husky Coker, Melda and Dan Ueland, April Hillman, Justin Scott, Clint Alford and Jaci Alford for all their help this summer." The school will continue to provide Net Books to each student in the 9th-12th grades. "New Net Books have already been ordered for the freshman class," stated

Garrison. "We hope to continue to improve our school and keep up with the latest technology," he added. The School has also purchased a new 65-passenger bus, a Ford Expedition and a Ford Taurus. Future plans for the year, pending the budget and obtaining workers, will include updating each classroom with new carpet and paint. "We will try to upgrade blocks of rooms during breaks and long weekends when we can," stated Garrison. "Our environment is uncertain but if things continue as planned the same updates will be seen in the elementary school next year." Cheyenne Schools received resignations from three teachers and two staff. They will be losing Beth McCallister, elementary; Ann Merritt, special education; Sarah Lippencott, English; Karen Barber, cafe manager and Barbara Bogges, teachers aid. They have hired Elizabeth Henthorn for elementary, Whitney Gamble for special education and English, Lisa Roberts as the cafeteria manager and Angie Thomas will be the librarian. Garrison expects enrollment to be up again this year and has high expectations set for another successful year.

WELCOME BACK...Cheyenne Student Council members greet students as the enroll for the 2013-2014 school year. L-R: Randa Newman, Laura Rodriguez and Callie Maddux.

Net Book Meeting

Cheyenne Public Schools will have a required Net Book Meeting for all Freshamn parents/guardians and 9-12 new students parents/ guardian. The meeting will be 30 minutes or less. If you have any questions please call Cheyenne Public Schools 580-497-3371 ext 213. Meeting dates are Monday August 5th, 6:30 PM, Room 227 and Tuesday August 6, 7:30 AM in Room 227.

Cheyenne Elementary School PRE-K Meeting Get ready for School!!! There will be a “PARENTS ONLY” Meeting on Thursday , August 1st @ 7 p.m. for all parents/ guardians of any child who will be attending Pre-K this school year. (Child MUST be 4 years old by September 1. 2013 to attend PreK ). The meeting will be held in the Elementary School Media Center . You may enter the double doors on the North side of the

Elementary Building located by the circle drive / flag pole area. Two important dates to remember: 1) Elementary School Open House will be Monday, August 5th- 6:00- 7:00 p.m.2) School Begins Thursday, August 8th If your child did NOT pre-enroll for PreK in April, you may contact the Elementary Office starting August 1st for more info. 497-2486 Ext. 110

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT:

WARD PETROLEUM CORPORATION

RELIEF SOUGHT: POOLING CAUSE CD NO. 201305017 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ALL OF SECTION 32, 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 and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and more particularly Kershaw Putman, L.L.C.; John R. Lippmann; Joe K. Lester Oil & Gas; Dorchester Minerals Oklahoma LP, an Oklahoma limited partnership; Black Stone Acquisitions Partners I, L. P., a Delaware limited partnership; Black Stone Natural Resources I, L.P.; Cheryl B. Lagersen; John D. Jones; John J. Stoia; Patrick G. Stoia; Wafum-IV, Inc., a Texas Corporation; BBX Oil Corporation; Lyn Petroleum, Inc.; Petrohawk Properties, LP, a Texas limited partnership; Bellwether Exploration Company; Schroder Oil Financing and Investment Company; Robert E. Kershaw Royalty Co., Inc.; Jack P. Jefferies; The Allar Company; Chelita C. Riley, a/k/a Chelita C. Stidham; Lloyd Ormand; Peggy Cunningham; Anna Belle McGlothlin; Donna Gail Popowski; Michael Anthony Aanderud; Lee Edward Aanderud; Amanda Kay Boxal, a/k/a Amanda Kay Perkins; M. A. Viersen, Trustee of the M. A. Viersen Revocable Trust; Roger Mills County, Oklahoma; Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C., an Oklahoma limited liability company; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; Cordillera Energy Partners III, L.L.C.; R. D. Williams & Company; Apache Corporation; Le Norman Operating LLC; Ember Energy, LLC; Mr. Aubrey McClendon, Pelican Energy, L.L.C.; Ray Ormand; Arthur Eugene Ormand; Betty Ormand Hamlin; Aurelia Cuff Barth; M. R. McClurg & Co., Inc.; Torch Energy Advisors, Inc.; Program Acquisition Company; R. W. Viersen; and R. C. Smither; and if any of the above are deceased, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees and assigns, immediate and remote, of the above-named parties; and if any of the above are corporations which do not continue to have legal existence, the unknown trustees or assigns of such corporations. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission pool the interests, designate an operator, and adjudicate the rights and equities of oil and gas owners in the Marmaton common source of supply underlying all of Section 32, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (1) to designate the Applicant or some other party as Operator of the unit; (2) to pool the captioned lands either as a unit or on a well bore basis; and (3) to provide for the development of the unit including the pooling of the proposed well and all subsequent wells where applicable. 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 19th day of August, 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 action, contact LARRY JENKINS, Ward Petroleum Corporation, 502 S. Fillmore, Box 1187, Enid, Oklahoma 73702, Telephone: (580) 234-3229; OR JOHN C. MORICOLI, JR., Attorney, One Leadership Square, 211 N. Robinson, Suite 1350, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, Telephone: (405) 2353357. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 30th day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

JOIN FFA TODAY...Cheyenne FFA Officers Drake Boyce, Sarah Haven and Mckenzie Torrance were promoting FFA during enrollment days.

Comment and Opportunity for Appeal Oil and Gas Well Black Kettle National Grasslands The Black Kettle National Grasslands proposes to construct a well pad, gathering pipeline and access road in Section 7, T14N, Range 25 W, I.M. in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The location will be used to develop federal minerals in that section. The project is located in Unit 43 of the Black Kettle National Grasslands approximately 3 miles north of Reydon, Oklahoma and1.5 miles east of Hwy 30. The project will include a well pad 400 feet by 400 feet, a pipeline corridor approximately 124 feet long and 50 feet wide will be on the National Grassland. An access road to the well padwill be constructed approximately 127 feet in length and 30 feet wide from the county road to the well pad. The well pad will be fenced with 5 strand barbed wire and a cattleguard installed after the well is placed into production. A culvert and cattle guard will be installed in the access road. Total area of soil disturbance on the National Grassland is estimated to be 3.9 acres. You are invited to comment on the proposed actions before a final decision is made. The purpose of this notice is to request your comments or concerns related to this project. This will be the only comment opportunity offered on this project (see 36 CFR 215.5 and 215.6). It is intended to provide those interested in or affected by this proposal an opportunity to make their concerns known before a decision is made. This comment period is provided to comply with a recent US District Court ruling in Sequoia Forestkeeper vs. Tidwell, which modified certain sections of the agency’s appeal regulations. Those who provide comment or otherwise express interest by the close of the comment period may be eligible to appeal the decision pursuant to regulations at 36 CFR Part 215. Send Comments to: Black Kettle Ranger District 18555 Hwy 47A, suite B Cheyenne, Oklahoma 73628 If you wish to comment orally or for information, please contact Curtis Youngman at 580-497-2143. Comments may be mailed electronically to our office, in a common digital format, at: comments-southwestern-cibola-black-kettle@fs.fed.us Subject: Big Foot 1H-7 well, unit 43. In accordance with 36 CFR 215.6(a)(3), individuals or organizations wishing to be eligible to appeal must provide the following information: 1) Your name and address. 2) Title of the Proposed Action. 3) Specific comments on the proposed action, along with supporting reasons that the Responsible Official should consider in reaching a decision. 4) Your signature or other means of identification verification. For organizations, a signature or other means of identification verification must be provided for the individual authorized to represent your organization. Comments must be postmarked or received within 30 days beginning the day after the initial publication of this notice in the Cheyenne Star. Oral or hand-delivered comments must be received within our normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Names and addresses of those who comment will be considered part of the public record on this proposed action, and will be available for public inspection. Comments submitted anonymously will be accepted and considered; however, those who only submit anonymous comments will not have standing to appeal the subsequent decision under 36 CFR 215. Additionally, pursuant to 7 CFR 1.27(d), any person may request the agency to withhold a submission from the public record by showing how the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) permits such confidentiality. Confidentiality may be granted in only limited circumstances, such as to protect trade secrets. The Forest Service will inform the requester of the agency’s decision regarding the request for confidentiality, and where the requester is denied, the agency will return the submission and notify the requester that the comments may be resubmitted with or without name and address within seven days. I appreciate your interest in the management of the Black Kettle National Grasslands and look forward to hearing any concerns you may have regarding this proposal. TOM SMELTZER District Ranger

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ENROLLING...Cheyenne High School Secretary Kelah Watson helps Darla and Max Pennington with the enrollment process.


The Cheyenne Star, Page 2B Legals Thursday, August 1, 2013 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROGER MILLS COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the Estate of ) SANDRA DARLENE VIEAU, ) Deceased. )

Case No. PB-2013-25

COMBINED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF HEARING TO: All persons interested in the Estate of Sandra Darlene Vieau, Deceased. You are hereby notified that on June 24, 2013, the Petitioner, Robert E. Vieau, 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 Sandra Darlene Vieau, age 60, died on March 9, 2011, domiciled and residing in Montgomery County, Texas, and the total value of the Decedent’s property in Oklahoma is approximately $75,000.00. 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 July 16, 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 Sandra Darlene Vieau 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, Robert E. Vieau, 12434 Lake Shore Drive, Montgomery, TX 77356, on or before August 30, 2013, or the same will be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held on October 7, 2013 at 10:00am at the Roger Mills County Courthouse, 480 L. L. Males Avenue and Broadway Street, Cheyenne, OK 73628-0409, before Associate District Judge 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 September 16, 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.

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA - COURTHOUSE, CHEYENNE, OKLAHOMA JAROD PIERCE, ) Plaintiff, ) ) vs. ) NO. CV-2013-17 ) ESSIE WILLIAMS SCHWER, a/k/a ESSIE ) WILLIAMS BLACKBURN, and if Deceased, ) her Heirs, Successors, Assigns, Trustees, ) Known and Unknown, Immediate and Remote, ) Of ESSIE WILLIAMS SCHWER, a/k/a ESSIE ) WILLIAMS BLACKBURN. ) ) Defendant. ) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION STATE OF OKLAHOMA ) ) SS COUNTY OF CUSTER ) TO: ESSIE WILLIAMS SCHWER, A/K/A ESSIE WILLIAMS BLACKBURN, AND IF DECEASED, HER SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS IMMEDIATE AND REMOTE, GREETINGS: You and each of you are notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Roger Mills County, State of Oklahoma, in cause number CV-201317, wherein Jarod Pierce is Plaintiff, and Essie Williams Schwer, a/k/a Essie Williams Blackburn, and if Deceased, her successors and assigns immediate and remote are Defendants, and that Plaintiff alleges that he is the owner of and in possession of the following described real property, to-wit: SURFACE INTEREST ONLY IN AND TO: All of Block 12, located in the Original Townsite of Berlin, in Section 11, Township 11 North, Range 23 W.I.M., Roger Mills County, Oklahoma That you, the said Defendants, are fully notified that unless you answer said petition of Plaintiff filed herein against you on or before the 4th day of September, 2013, the allegations of said petition will be taken as true and a decree quieting Plaintiff’s title to the above described real property will be entered against each of you, the said Defendants. WITNESS my hand this 8th day of July, 2013. ¬

/s/ Jan Bailey by Nancy Hay, Deputy JAN BAILEY, Court Clerk

JULIE D. STRONG, OBA#15953 Attorney for Plaintiff P. O. Box 1269 Clinton, Oklahoma 73601 (580) 323-0088

______________________________ 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, Robert E. Vieau.

580-225-6743

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED WELL DENSITY LAND COVERED: SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304794-T 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: American Quasar Petroleum Co. of New Mexico; Amy McElwain McCoubrey; Bonray Energy Corp.; Can-Am Drilling Programs Limited Partnership 1977-1; Carl E. Gungoll Exploration, LLC; Carole J. Drake, LLC; Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; D & D Pipe and Equipment; D E Pinion; Debra Kay Davis; Donald McElwain; Donnie K. York; Ed McQueen and Company, Inc.; Enervest Operating, LLC; Guard Exploration Limited; Hancock Family, LLC; HLP Consultants, Inc.; Jane Suzanne Arnold; Jeremy Keith York; Kerr-McGee Oil & Gas Onshore, LP; Kris Ann Moyer; Latigo Oil and Gas, Inc.; Linda Willard Burdett; Louisa Redfield McElwain, formerly Louisa McElwain McCoubrey; Margaret J. Glasby, Trustee; Mewbourne Oil Company; Oklahoma Oil Tactics, Inc.; Petrodynamics, Inc.; Randy Malson; Sheri Malson Anderson; State of Oklahoma; The Kenneth S. and Kris Ann Moyer Family Trust dated November 9, 2009; Tim Malson; Triple T Resources, LP; Whiting Petroleum Corporation; William Edward York; Willis Energy, LLC; WM Moss Properties; ale Oil Association, Inc.; R. D. Williams & Company; 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 one (1) additional horizontal well in Section 30, Township 16 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, in the Tonkawa common source of supply, for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of said Section 30. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) The amendment of Order No. 60492 and 61385, as clarified by Order No. 584623, 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 20th day of August, 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 23rd day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304793-T 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: Bonray Energy Corp.; Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; Ed McQueen and Company, Inc.; Enervest Operating, LLC; Mewbourne Oil Company; Oklahoma Oil Tactics, Inc.; Petrodynamics, Inc.; Whiting Petroleum Corporation; Yale Oil Association, Inc.; R. D. Williams & Company; 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 a well in the Tonkawa common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 30, Township 16 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The well will be a horizontal well in the Tonkawa common source of supply with the surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South Location-ft Surface Location NCT 100' FSL First Perforation NCT 330' FSL Last Perforation NCT 330' FNL

East/West Location-ft NCT 500' FWL NCT 560' FWL NCT 560' FWL

This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval for the well shall be the entire length of the lateral between the first and last perforations described above. Provided, the entire length of the lateral shall be in the W/2 of said Section 30. The well to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 60492 and 61385, as clarified by Order No. 584623. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 19 and 31, Township 16 North, Range 25 West; and, Sections 24, 25 and 36, Township 16 North, Range 26 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 source 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 Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 20th day of August, 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 Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 23rd day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 12 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304798-T 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: 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 a well in the Cottage Grove common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 13, Township 12 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, with the surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South Location-ft Surface Location NCT 50' FSL First Perforation NCT 300' FSL Last Perforation NCT 300' FNL

East/West Location-ft NCT 1,320' FWL or FEL NCT 1,320' FWL or FEL NCT 1,320' FWL or FEL

This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval for the well shall be the entire length of the lateral between the first and last perforations described above. This well will be drilled near the center of Section 13. However, no portion of the completion interval shall be closer than 1,320 feet from the east or west lines of said Section 13. The well to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 182175. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 12 and 24, Township 12 North, Range 23 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 source 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 Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 20th day of August, 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 Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725 or contact Josh Cornell at Apache Corporation (918) 491-5043. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 23rd day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

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Thursday, August 1, 2013 Legals The Cheyenne Star, Page 3B IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROGER MILLS COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GUY L. PARRIS, deceased

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DISTRICT COURT STATE OF OKLAHOMA ROGER MILLS COUNTY

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In the Matter of the Estate of Clara Mae Old Crow, a/k/a Clara Oldcrow, Deceased

COMBINED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF HEARING

AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors having claims against Clara Mae Old Crow, a/k/a Clara Oldcrow, deceased, are required to present the same, with a description of all security interests and other collateral (if any) held by each creditor with respect to such claim, to the named Personal Representative, at the office of IVESTER, IVESTER AND IVESTER PLLC, Attorneys at Law, 115 West Main Street, P. O. Box 160, Sayre, Oklahoma 73662 on or before the following presentment date: October 1, 2013 , or the same will be forever barred. DATED this July 19 , 2013.

TO: All persons interested in the Estate of Guy L. Parris, deceased You are hereby notified that on July 18, 2013, the Petitioner, Faye Miller Moore f/k/a Faye Miller Parris, filed in the District Court of Roger Mills County, a Petition for Summary Administration, Appointment of Special Administrator, and Admission of Will to Probate. The Petitioner has alleged that Guy L. Parris died on December 27, 1961, domiciled in Vanderburgh County, State of Indiana and that the total value of the decedent’s property in Oklahoma is $73,500.00. Attached to the Petition is an instrument purporting to be a certified copy of the Last Will and Testament of the decedent. The Petitioner has asked that this Court admit the Will to probate and other summary proceeding pursuant to 58 O.S. §245, et seq. In an Order for Combined Notice entered herein, 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, Appointment of Special Administrator, and Admission of Will to Probate, the final accounting and petition for determination of heirs, legatees and devisees and distribution. Pursuant to the Order for Combined Notice, all creditors having claims against Guy L. Parris, deceased, are required to present same, with a description of all security interest and other collateral, if any, held by each creditor with respect to such claim, to the Petitioner, Faye Miller Moore f/k/a Faye Miller Parris, c/o his/her attorney, Jordan K. Russell, GUNGOLL, JACKSON, COLLINS, BOX & DEVOLL, P.C., 101 Park Avenue, Suite 1400, Oklahoma City, OK 73102, on or before September 3, 2013, or the same will be forever barred. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held on October 1, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. at the Roger Mills County Courthouse, 500 E. Broadway, Cheyenne, Oklahoma 73628, before the Honorable F. Pat VerSteeg. At the hearing the Court will decide whether to approve the Petition for Summary Administration, Appointment of Special Administrator and Admission of Will to Probate and the final account and petition for determination of heirs, legatees and devisees and distribution of the Petitioner. The final account and petition for determination of heirs, legatees and devisees and distribution will be filed herein on or before September 10, 2013. You are hereby advised that you must file objections to the Petition for Summary Administration, Appointment of Special Administrator and Admission of Will to Probate and the Final Account 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, c/o her attorney, Jordan K. Russell, of GUNGOLL, JACKSON, COLLINS, BOX & DEVOLL, P.C., 101 Park Avenue, Suite 1400, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, or you will be deemed to have waived any objections. If you have no objections, you need not appear at the hearing or make any filings with the Court. If an objection is filed at least ten (10) days before the hearing, the Court will determine at the hearing whether the Will attached to the petition shall be admitted to probate, whether summary proceedings are appropriate and, if so, whether the estate will be distributed and to whom the estate will be distributed. /s/Faye Miller Moore f/k/a Faye Miller Parris Faye Miller Moore f/k/a Faye Miller Parris, Special Administrator of the Estate of Guy L. Parris, deceased /s/ Jordan K. Russell Jordan K. Russell, OBA #30241 GUNGOLL, JACKSON, COLLINS, BOX & DEVOLL, P.C. 101 Park Avenue, Suite 1400 Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 272-4710 Telephone (405) 272-5141 Telecopier Attorneys for Petitioner

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BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: LE NORMAN OPERATING LLC RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED WELL DENSITY

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION

APPLICANT: LE NORMAN OPERATING LLC RELIEF SOUGHT: POOLING LAND COVERED: SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304931 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 Co.; Farmers Union Cooperative Royalty Co.; Guard Exploration LP; Chesapeake Exploration LLC; Templar Energy LLC; Le Norman Fund I LLC; Apache Corporation; 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 pool all oil and gas interests in the Cleveland common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 12, Township 14 North, Range 24 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, adjudicating the rights and equities of the oil and gas owners thereof and designating LeNorman Operating LLC, 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 LeNorman Operating LLC, 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 19th day of August, 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 Parker Neal, District Landman at LeNorman Operating LLC, (405) 2411817. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA Patrice Douglas, Chairman Bob Anthony, Vice-Chairman Dana L. Murphy, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Secretary of the Commission

/s/ Denny George Old Crow Denny George Old Crow, Personal Representative

IVESTER & IVESTER ATTORNEYS SAYRE & ELK CITY 800-891-2319

APPLICANT: LE NORMAN OPERATING LLC

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

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LAND COVERED: SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304930 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 Operating, Inc.; Samson Resources Company; Kaiser-Francis 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 Le Norman Operating, LLC, or some other party, to drill, complete and produce a well in the 640acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 12, Township 14 North, Range 24 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The well will be a horizontal well in the Cleveland common source of supply with a surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South East/West Location-ft Location-ft Surface Location NCT 200' FNL NCT 200' FSL Section 13-14N-24W or NCT 560’ FSL NCT 560' FWL Section 12-14N-24W First Perforation NCT 300' FSL NCT 560' FWL Section 12-14N-24W Last Perforation NCT 330' FNL NCT 560' FWL Section 12-14N-24W Provided, the entire length of the lateral will be in the W/2 of said Section 12. This order is to grant an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 153835. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 1, 2, 11, 13 and 14, Township 14 North, Range 24 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 19th day of August, 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: LeNorman Operating LLC. Its address is 4727 Gaillardia Parkway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73142, (405) 241-1817. OKLAHOMA CORPORATION COMMISSION Patrice Douglas, Chairman Bob Anthony, Vice-Chairman Dana L. Murphy, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Secretary of the Commission

LAND COVERED: SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304929 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: LE NORMAN FUND I LLC; APACHE CORPORATION; Bodine Oil & Gas, LP; Canyon Exploration Co.; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; Hampton Family Investments LLC; Panther Energy Company; Unit Petroleum Company; Zenergy, Inc.; CC Energy, LLC; Cleveland Tonkawa Royalty Part; DBT, Inc.; Glebe Royalty, LLC; Stephen Wendall Hodgkins; J. Tom Kirk Revocable Trust u/t/a dated July 16, 2008; Palace Exploration Company; Perkins Energy Co.; PetroVen, Inc.; R&A Energy, LLC; Karen Ralston Slade Revocable; Bobby R. Stone Revocable Trust; TPG ORRI Holdings, LP c/o TPG Capital Advisors, LLC; TPG CDP DASA (PE) AIB, LP; David B. Trumbo; Unit Petroleum Company; Woolsey Energy Corporation; I. Wayne Woolsey; Robert W. Von Rhee; Robert M. Zinke; Ann Merritt; Dorothy Alexander; T.J. Allison dba Allison Enterprises; Robert L. Austin Trust II; Averex, Inc.; E. Marguerite Baker; Jean Ann Bang; Karen Gross Barton; B & B Holdings, LLC Attn: Katherine A. Carr; Jean M. Boehm, Trustee; Kelly Brewer; Karla Sue Miller Burlin; The Campbell Living Trust dtd August 3, 2011; Richard T. Colgan; Karra Ann Miller Crowley; The Culmer Family Trust dated 10/24/1997; DLM Partners; William C. Eiland; E.J. Kunkel Royalty, LLC; Elizabeth J. Lippmann Essig; Eva Royalty Co., Inc.; Mark Fitzgerald; Karen Altha Fryer; GMS Energy, LLC; Michael & Brenda Gross; Mary Jane Gross; Faye Gross; Hampton Family Investments LLC; The Hefner Company, Inc.; Gladys Hensley; Michael K. Hogan; Judy Gross Johnson; Philip & Carla Johnston, H&W J; John O. Jones, Life Estate; Richard Keahey; Robert E. Kershaw Royalty Comp; Marie Kubin; John R. Lippmann; Mary Midge Lippmann; Patrick A. Lippmann, Trustee; Thomas K. Lippmann; Lisball Cavan, LLC; Kenna Rae Miller Mabe; The MAGMA Trust; Jack & Robyn Martin Jr, H&W JT; Michael R. McFeely; Tom Merritt; Teddy Nolan Merritt; MGAJA PROPERTIES; Tammy Renae Mikles; Samuel V. Miller; Stephen Richard Miller; Ronald J. Miller; Regina Gross Miller; Carol Louise Ownbey Mitchell; Charles H. Morris; Vicki V. Weedn Moulton; Beatrice Myers; Normax Minerals, LLC; Oklahoma Christian University Heritage Trust Company, Agent; Ozark River Trust; Joan Kershaw Putnam Trust; Ragan Petroleum, Inc.; James W. Redden; The Jo Ann Sager Rev. Living T dtd July 24, 2000; The Shultz Family Trust; Snyder Properties, LLC; The John Alexander Spears Rev. dtd 10/30/2008; The Russell C. Spears Rev. Trust dtd November 20, 2008; The Bradford Fee Spears Rev. Trust dtd October 20, 2008; The Betsy A. Spears Rev. Trust dtd November 24, 2008; Stallings Family Trust Rose Hill, Trustee; John H. Stallings, LLC; Anita L. Steward; Summer-Uhles, LLC; Swan & Matheson Resources, LLC; Terra Rosa Royalty, Inc.; Julia M. Thomas; Anthony C. Thomas; Robert C. Tilghman; Christopher H. Tilghman; Lela Mae Vincent, Life Estate; Kathy J. Walsh; Victor Walter Weedn; Elizabeth Weedn; Weedn Enterprises, LLC; C. Kay Whaley; Mary Charline Ownbey Wilkins; Ina Williamson; Alasca Sue Windsperger; Carmanita M. Wisdom; BERNICE CHEATHAM; ANGELA REDDEN; BRUCE S. MORRIS; HELEN DANCY; Lowell T. Gage, Bankruptcy Est of Robert R. Weedn, 07-36955-H; Jamestown Resources, L.L.C.; 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 one (1) additional horizontal well in Section 19, Township 17 North, Range 24 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, in the Cleveland common source of supply, for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of said Section 19. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) The amendment of Order No. 138264, to authorize the drilling, completion, and production of the additional well described above. (b) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as operator of the well. (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 Hearing Docket at the Corporation Commission, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 19th day of August, 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 LE NORMAN OPERATING LLC. Its address is 4727 Gaillardia Parkway, Suite 200, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73142, Telephone (405) 241-1817. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA Patrice Douglas, Chairman Bob Anthony, Vice Chairman Dana L. Murphy, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Peggy Mitchell, Secretary of the Commission

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The Cheyenne Star, Page 4B Legals Thursday, August 1, 2013

By Dale Tracy. Work on the Cheyenne Short Line is near completion. Gradework on the east end has been finished and the contractors have moved the camp. Practically all the needed material is on the ground at Strong City. The laying of the steel will be resumed in a few days and rushed through as fast as possible, which will mean only a few days until Cheyenne will have a railroad. There is still some heavy work on the gyp hill on the Cunningham place. It is thought that it will only require three or four days to finish this cut. Some of the young people of this city enjoyed a social evening at the residence of John Salyer. He lives one mile west of town. The party was given in the honor of Miss Goldie Blaylock. George Johnson of Okla. City has located here and has taken charge of the Cheyenne Band. Mr. Johnson is a splendid instructor and has already made some wonderful improvements in the band. The Socialists will

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hold an encampment here Aug. 1&2. They have secured a number of able Socialists of the state to address the large crowds that are expected. Last Sun. the Cheyenne Baseball Club went to Herring and played the boys there, but from the scorecard, they played horse with them, as they succeeded in scoring 14 men the first inning—at the close of the game the score was 12-26 in favor of the Cheyenne team. RANKIN ITEMS: Mr. and Mrs. George Feilner made a business trip to Canadian. An ice cream social was given at the home C.Y. Libby Sat. night in the honor of his birthday. About 200 people were present to celebrate the occasion. Cars from Cheyenne, Rankin and Wheeler were represented. Paul Habeck, Sr. is again back in this part of the country. Mrs. McColgin’s auntie, who has been visiting here for some time, returned to her home in Illinois last week. Czar Libby of Enid, is here to spend the

rest of the summer with his brothers. Henry Wright has purchased a new hay baler and is near Canadian bailing hay. Many of the farmers are spending a few days fishing and plumming, since the crops are laid by. Mrs. W.L. Powell and daughter, Dellie Sheldon, mother and sister of Mann Casady, who lives east of the city, arrived here last Wed. from Texas. They were accompanied by Ann Brewster, a sister of J.R. Casady of this city, whom he had not seen in almost thirty years. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Madden left Thurs. for eastern Okla. where he will attend to legal matters in behalf of his clients. Among area residents spending time here last week: Ira Walters of Rankin; Major Holmes of Clinton; J. Rankin of Rankin; F.E. Herring of Elk City; Lige Lucas popular hardware man of Crawford; E.F. Flowers of Grimes. Ed Keen is out on the farm this week looking after his interests. Nona Keen returned last Thurs. from New Mexico where she spent a month visiting friends. O.H. James of the James Telephone Co. wishes to trade a 5 passenger Smith Auto for a Ford Car. He wants a lighter vehicle. C.B. Thompson and children and Miss Flora Thur-

mond arrived here from Elk City. Mrs. Thurmond and Mrs. Thompson will arrive Thursday and spend their vacation rusticating in the country. C.B. is an old timer in this county, having served the people as Sheriff at one time. He is now in the Livery business at Elk City.G. Johnson, the new band instructor of the band, made a trip to Strong City where he met his family who came from Okla. City to make their home in our little city. Goldie Blaylock who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ratliff, who lives two mile west of town, left last Sun. for her home in Woodward. Arthur accompanied her as far as Hammon, where she took the train. Rev. J.B. McComb, took seriously ill last Sat. with congestion. He is recovering rapidly. T.L. Meador will be in town Mon, Wed. and Fri. of each week to sell vegetables of all kinds and watermelons. P.D. Work has sold his residence property in the west part of the city to W.W. Blackburn. He will leave in a few days for a higher altitude in the hope of regaining his health. W.T. Bonner returned Mon. from Tulsa where he has been several days on Business. Comm. Taylor has been doing some much needed repair work on the Sgt. Major bridge west

of town. Sen. E.L. Mitchell made a trip to Sayre Wed. on legal business. C.O. Gause has purchased a new bus and is now running a bus line from Cheyenne to Strong City. After the Cheyenne Short Line Railroad gets in operation, he will use this bus in transferring passengers and mail from the Depot to town. R. D. Alexander returned Fri. from the east where he has been to the loading of the steel for the Short Line RR. The cotton crop throughout this section of the state and especially in Roger Mills Co. is

reported to be in better shape than it has been for a number of years. The new lumber shed for the White Lumber Co. is almost completed. The ball game between Cheyenne and Herring was played at Herring and resulted in a victory for Cheyenne 26-12. A.Y. Owen, who was called away owing to the death of his mother, returned to this city last Mon. T.L. Miller of the Miller Dry Goods Co. made a business trip to Okla. City first of the week where he bought fall goods for his firm. Cheyenne Star, July 31, 1913

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: LE NORMAN OPERATING LLC RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304928 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: Apache Corporation; Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C.; Crawley Petroleum; Jamestown Resources, L.L.C.; 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 Le Norman Operating, LLC, or some other party, to drill, complete and produce a well in the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 19, Township 17 North, Range 24 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The well will be a horizontal well in the Cleveland common source of supply with a surface location and completion interval as follows:

Surface Location First Perforation Last Perforation

North/South East/West Location-ft Location-ft NCT 200' FNL NCT 560' FWL Section 30-17N-24W NCT 330' FSL NCT 560' FWL Section 19-17N-24W NCT 330' FNL NCT 560' FWL Section 19-17N-24W

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: AMENDMENT OF ORDER NO. 606730 LAND COVERED: SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304910-T 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: ACS-ODS Oil & Gas Ltd; Baker Recovery Inc; Canyon Exploration Company; Chesapeake Exploration LLC and Chesapeake Operating; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa LLC; EV Properties LP, EnerVest Operating, LLC, Designated Operator; Eva Exploration Company LLC; Farmers Royalty Company; GHK Exploration, LP; Hydrocarbon Minerals LLC; Ira A. Nichols Trust B; Johnson & Lindley Inc; Mewbourne Oil Company; Muirfield Resources Company; Nowitzki Oil & Gas LP; Pinion Group LLC; QEP Energy Company; Range Production Company; RTC Resources LLP; SSS-ODS Oil & Gas Ltd; Ward Petroleum Corporation; 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 amending Order No. 606730 to correctly describe the completion interval for Young 1-19HA-N Well completed in the Tonkawa Sand common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 19, Township 16 North, Range 24 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, as follows:

Provided, the entire length of the lateral will be in the W/2 of said Section 19. This order is to grant an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 138264. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 18 and 30, Township 17 North, Range 24 West, and , Sections 13, 24 and 25, Township 17 North, Range 25 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 19th day of August, 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: LeNorman Operating LLC. Its address is 4727 Gaillardia Parkway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73142, (405) 241-1811.

North/South East/West Location-Ft Location-Ft First Perforation 735' FNL 562' FWL Last Perforation 328' FSL 599' FWL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 18 and 30, Township 16 North, Range 24 West; Sections 13, 24 and 25, Township 16 North, Range 25 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 source 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 Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 27th day of August, 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 Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725.

OKLAHOMA CORPORATION COMMISSION

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 25th day of July, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013.

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Secretary of the Commission

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: WARD PETROLEUM CORPORATION CAUSE CD NO. RELIEF GRANTED: POOLING 201304855 LAND COVERED:

SECTION 17, 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 and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and more particularly: Apache Corporation; Cordillera Energy Partners III, LLC; G. Stacy Smith; Jennifer Ashley Rice; Joseph I Worsham, II; Justin Wayne Rice; Kelli Rice; Kylah Alyce Rice Alvos; Rondel Rice, c/o Ricky Rice; Wind River Resources, Inc.; and, if any of the above-named individuals are deceased, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, successor trustees and assigns, immediate and remote, of any such deceased person; and, if any of the above-named corporations or companies are no longer in existence, then the unknown successors and assigns of any such corporation or company. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission grant an order pooling the interests and adjudicating the rights and equities of oil and gas owners in the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit comprised of Section 17, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, for the Douglas, Cottage Grove Sand, Cleveland and Marmaton Lime common sources of supply, all to be upon such terms and conditions as are just and reasonable and which will afford all of such owners the opportunity to recover or receive without unnecessary expense their just and fair share of all hydrocarbon substances produced therefrom. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: Designate the Applicant or some other owner as operator, and make definite provisions for the payment of all actual and reasonable costs and expenses, including a reasonable charge for supervision. The Applicant shall request at the hearing that the order provide that any owner electing an alternative to participation in the initial well drilled thereunder shall be deemed to have relinquished all of its working interests and right to drill in the unit and common sources of supply named herein as to such well and any wells drilled subsequent thereto. Further, Applicant may propose that the order to issue in this cause provide a method for proposal of subsequent wells and for response to such proposal by owners who elect to participate in the initial well. In addition, Applicant may request that the order issued herein provide that the Applicant/Operator shall have a period of twelve (12) months from the date of said order within which to commence operations to drill or rework the initial well covered by said order. Applicant may request such additional relief as the Commission deems appropriate. 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 Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Jim Thorpe Office Building, 2101 North Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m. on the 19th day of August, 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 further information concerning this action contact Gilbert Tompson, Ward Petroleum Corporation, P.O. Box 1187, Enid, OK 73702, Telephone: (580) 234-3229; OR J. Fred Gist, Attorney, HALL, ESTILL, HARDWICK, GABLE, GOLDEN & NELSON, P.C., 100 North Broadway, Suite 2900, Oklahoma City, OK 73102, Telephone (405) 553-2828. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA __________________________________________ PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman __________________________________________ BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman __________________________________________ DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 24th day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: _______________________________ PEGGY MITCHELL, Secretary

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Thursday, August 1, 2013 Legals The Cheyenne Star, Page 5B

“Get Your ‘Clicks’ on Route 66” Crackdown Continues “These focused enforcement periods along Route 66 have turned out to be a great way to remind people of the importance of buckling up,” Crockett said. “Seat belts and child car seats are the best way to protect you and your family in the event of a crash.” “We want everyone to buckle up – every trip, every time,” Crockett said. “And during the Route 66 crackdown, we’re out there to remind people that using a seat belt is not only a smart decision, it’s the law.” According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about 13,000 lives are saved across the country every year by seat belts and child restraints, and motorists are 75 percent less likely to be killed in rollover crashes if they are buckled up. For more information about seat belt and child passenger safety laws, visit www.ohso.ok.gov.

(OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.) – This Friday, law enforcement agencies across eight states will be taking part in the quarterly “Get Your ‘Clicks’ on Route 66” seat belt crackdown, focusing on seat belt and child passenger safety laws. The mobilization runs for 24 hours on Friday, Aug. 2. Highway Patrol Troopers and State Police Officers from California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Missouri, Kansas and Illinois are invited to join with Oklahoma in enforcing seat belt laws along the famed “Mother Road,” said OHP Lt. Ben Crockett, coordinator for the program. The Route 66 enforcement effort began in 2010 with a handful of law enforcement agencies in central Oklahoma. The 24-hour mobilizations now take place four times a year along Route 66 and involve law enforcement agencies from Illinois to California.

Sales-Tax Holiday a Big Help to Small Businesses OKLAHOMA CITY, July 25, 2013—Jerrod Shouse, state director of the National Federation of Independent Business, says next weekend's sales-tax holiday will be a big help to small businesses struggling amid a wobbly economy. “The sales-tax holiday is good for stores in general, but it could make a big difference for small businesses,” Shouse said. “The sales-tax holiday puts people in the mood to shop, and we’re hoping they buy at least some of their school clothes and supplies at small, locally-owned businesses, because when you support small business, you support the community.” The latest NFIB Small Business Optimism Index, released

July 9, shows that small-business confidence sputtered and lost momentum in June. Eighteen percent of small-business owners surveyed reported "poor sales" as their biggest concern, up 2 points. Taxes and government rules and regulations ranked first with 20 percent each. “Combined with the back-toschool sales a lot of stores are having right now, anyway, the salestax holiday is going to help people get a bigger bang for their buck," Shouse said. “The more we can encourage people to spend money and shop at small businesses, the more jobs we'll save, and the faster our economy will recover.” The sales-tax holiday on clothing is Aug. 2-4. To learn more, visit www.tax.ok.gov.

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago By Dale Tracy. More men and teams are being put to work this past week on the Cheyenne Short Line and practically all of the grading is expected to be finished next week. The engine arrived Tues. and it will be used by the construction crew prior to pulling passengers and freight over the Short Line . Hammon is one of the locations chosen by the US Dept. of Agriculture as a Cotton Region Station. At least 5,000 people were in Cheyenne by noon on Friday, July 4th to celebrate the Signing of the Declaration of Independence. Everything that was advertised was pulled off, except the basketball game; the wind was so strong that it was impossible for the ladies to handle the ball. There was something going on all the time from 9:00 a.m. until after midnight. W.P. Madden, ex-District Clerk of this county, received his commission and took charge of the post office at this place. Mrs. Cosmo Falconer, the outgoing postmistress, has given the best of satisfaction during the long period, which she has served the people of Cheyenne. The change of administration is the cause of the change of the postmaster. Elk City is to have the great Redpath-Horner Chautaqua this summer beginning July 14 and ending July 20. There is listed nine great lecturers of national repute, five entertainers of the popular kind, and fourteen big musical numbers. All who would go would find it a very pleasant outing and those are encouraged to go to Elk City and camp during the Chautaqua Week. Season tickets for the entire week are $2.00. Businessmen and citizens of Cheyenne met at the court house last Monday to make arrangements for the celebration of the completion of the Cheyenne Short Line. The date has not been set yet. Finance Committeeman Fred Tunnard and J.E. Keen; Arrangement Commit-

tee Oscar Casady, W.B. Jurgens, J.H. Tunnard and Milo Burlingame; Program Committee Sen E.L. Mitchell, Perry Madden, John Trammell, Charles McClain, Mrs. H.B. Dewey, Mrs. John C. Thornton and Mrs. Cosmo Falconer; Advertising John C. Casady, R.A. Mitchell, Judson Cunning-ham, Jake Ivy; Entertainment Sen. E.L. Mitchell, Perry Madden and Milo Burlingame. Stand rights for this two day celebration will be sold on the streets of Cheyenne July 19 to the highest and best bidder. Suggestion has been made for every farmer to place his name and the name of his farm on the Road Gate. Cheyenne people have become interested in good roads and are planning to work on roads on west and southwest of town. Comm. Stone Taylor and Contractor for the putting in of concrete abutments on the east side of the Sgt. Major Creek and the tressling out to the second bank, which is low and is covered in water when the creek gets high. He plans to put several loads of shale on the sandy road, west of the bridge. John Trammell made a business trip to Hammon, S. Jackson was a business visitor in Strong City, while H.D. Cox is doing some repair work on the Rexall Drugs Store building this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Rosser, a fine baby boy. Among area people who visited this city last week: J.L. Pascal, Editor of the Sayre Standard; James D. Bull of Crawford area; Matt Shaw of Hamburg; F.E. Herring of Elk City, who incidentally has vowed to be a candidate for governor; C.A. Bennett of Crawford; A.L. Hale of Hammon, Frank Cole of Hamburg, W.C. Earnest, cashier of the Oklahoma State Bank at Hammon;N.C. Miller of Rankin. G.B. Lovett, cashier of the Cheyenne State Bank left Thurs. on extended visit with old friends

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: POOLING

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

LAND COVERED: SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ELLIS AND ROGER MILLS COUNTIES, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304951-T 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: Barbara J. Peterson; Baytide Petroleum, Inc., an Oklahoma Corporation; Bob McKinnon and Graceva McKinnon; Broughton Petroleum, Inc.; CANN Real Estate, Ltd., a Texas limited partnership; Catamount Resources, LLC; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; D & J Oil Company, Inc.; Elizabeth Love; Encana Oil & Gas (USA), Inc.; Ervin Howard Foster; Eva Exploration Company, LLC; Gary B. Laughlin and his Successor Trustees, as Trustee of the Gary Laughlin Trust, created under Trust Agreement dated October 4, 2004; Gary Hunter; George C. Nichols; GHK Exploration, LP; Glen A. Fullbright; Gomaco, Inc., an Oklahoma Corporation; Hamlett, Inc.; Helen Deffenbacher; Hofacket-Ward Family Trust; Holton Resources, Ltd.; Interfirst Bank of Dallas, N.A., Trustee of Sabine Royalty Trust; Iva Williams Nichols; James F. O'Connell; John E. Donaldson Investment, LLC; John W. Snyder; John Wurster; Karen Parker Sherman; Kellie Scheele; Kent L. Clingenpeel;Kimberly Kay Roark; Larry James Nichols; LHS Family, LLC; Mahony Corporation; Marathon Oil Company, an Ohio Corporation; Mark Jopling and Cheryl Jopling, Co-Trustees of the Mark and Cheryl Jopling Revocable Trust dated July 20, 2000; Maxette Ewing; Maxine Nichols; Molly Estelle Nichols Moore; Patrick K. Smith; Paul A. Seymour, Jr. Trust; QEP Energy Company; RAMLA, LLC, an Oklahoma limited liability company; Robert G. Buss; SOOL, Ltd.; Susiani Halim; The Arcadia Company, a Texas general partnership; Theodore C. Nichols; Tozzi Mineral Management, LLC, an Oklahoma limited liability company; TXO Production Corp.; Unit Petroleum Company; Walter Duncan Oil, a limited partnership; Ward Petroleum Corporation; William C. Ward; R. D. Williams & Company; B. G. Caves; L. Mackechney; P. F. Dowell; and all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Ellis and Roger Mills Counties, 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 Sand common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 15, Township 16 North, Range 24 West, Ellis and Roger Mills Counties, Oklahoma, adjudicating the rights and equities of the oil and gas owners thereof. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) Designation of the Applicant, 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 Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 20th day of August, 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. Its address is Two Warren Place, Suite 1500, 6120 South Yale, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136-4224, Land Department Telephone (918) 491-4900.

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013.

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013.

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ELLIS AND ROGER MILLS COUNTIES, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304950-T 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: B & G Prospects, LLC; Catamount Resources, LLC; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; D & J Oil Company; EV Properties, L.P.; Gary Hunter; Hofacket-Ward Family Trust; Holton Resources, Ltd.; John E. Donaldson Investment, LLC; John Wurster; Kent L. Clingenpeel; Mahony Corporation; Mark Jopling and Cheryl Jopling, Co-Trustees of the Mark and Cheryl Jopling Revocable Trust dated July 20, 2000; QEP Energy Company; RAMLA, L.L.C., an Oklahoma limited liability company; Redhawk Resources, Inc.; Tozzi Mineral Mangement, LLC, an Oklahoma limited liability company; Unit Petroleum Company; Ward Petroleum Corporation; William C. Ward; R.D. Williams & Company; and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Ellis and Roger Mills Counties, 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 a horizontal well in the Tonkawa Sand common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 15, Township 16 North, Range 24 West, Ellis County, Oklahoma. The well will be a horizontal well in the Tonkawa Sand common source of supply with a surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South Location-ft Surface Location NCT 100' FSL First Perforation NCT 330' FSL Last Perforation NCT 330' FNL

East/West Location-ft NCT 1,000' FWL NCT 1,000' FWL NCT 1,000' FWL

This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval shall be the entire length of the lateral between the first and last perforations described above. Provided, the entire length of the lateral shall be in the W/2 of said Section 15. The well to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 66170. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 9, 10, 16, 21 and 22, Township 16 North, Range 24 West, Ellis and Roger Mills Counties, 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 source 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 Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 20th day of August, 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 Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725.

in Ohio. W.P. Keen returned Thurs. from Mineral Wells, Texas where he has been during the past three weeks taking a rest and vacation. Miss Lela Jones returned from Stewards Mill, Texas. Charles Tanner has opened a harness and repair shop in the building next door west of the Tunnard Store. Mrs. Fannie Cunningham left for Arkansas where she will spend the summer with relatives. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Mitchell last Sat. a fine baby girl, weight 10 pounds. Fred Tunnard is erecting a platform on his lot west of the Prestridge Tin Shop to be used as a moving picture show. A tent will be raised over the platform. Mrs. R.N. Higgins and sons, Robert and Tom left Thurs. for Miami, Texas where they will visit Mrs. Higgins parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Osborne.P.J. White, president of the White Lumber Co of Oklahoma City was here making arrangements for the enlargement of the yard at this place. The manager is F.G. Brann. RANKIN ITEMS: Mrs. J.W.

Conrad has been very ill. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lott Ferris a baby girl. They call her Mary Blondene. W.W. Funston has purchased a new five passenger Ford car and keeps the dust at Rankin flying. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beaty are proud parents of a baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holland have a new baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Andre are visiting the home of C.A. Purcell. Mrs. Andre was formerly Miss Gussie Purcell. Henry Tracy has been employed to teach at the Skipout School, Virgil Poor at Bachelor and Miss Orpha Conrad, the Dickey School and Miss Bessie Robinson is to teach Wildcat. GRIMES ITEMS: Sam Caudle’s two daughters, Misses Ethel and Myrtle are taking a vacation at home. They have a position in the Elk City Steam Laundry. Mr. Ladd has moved to the C.B. Cross Farm south of town and has made an improvement by adding another house. Corn has never looked better at this time of the year. Cheyenne Star, July 10, 1913

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BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: CLARIFICATION AND/OR AMENDMENT OF ORDER NOS. 62838 AND 95344 LAND COVERED: SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ELLIS AND ROGER MILLS COUNTIES, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304937-T 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: Barbara J. Pelton; Barbara J. Peterson; Baytide Petroleum, Inc., an Oklahoma Corporation; Ben L. Matheson; Bob McKinnon and Graceva McKinnon; Brian T. Tibbs a/k/a Brian Tibbs; Broughton Petroleum, Inc.; Bruce Wayne Barber; Camille A. Capps; CANN Real Estate, Ltd., a Texas limited partnership; Catamount Resources, LLC; Charles Foth; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; Claire Michelle Paul; Commercial Bank & Trust Co. of Midland, Texas, Trustee; Cordillera Energy Partners III, LLC; Cynthia Ann Sewell; D & J Oil Company, Inc.; Dale Williston Minerals 2012, LP; David Norman Faust; Diana L. Greene; Don Matheson; Douglas Allan Faust; Elizabeth Love; Encana Oil & Gas (USA), Inc.; Ervin Howard Foster; Eva Exploration Company, LLC; Gary B. Laughlin and his Successor Trustees, as Trustee of the Gary Laughlin Trust, created under Trust Agreement dated October 4, 2004; Gary Hunter; George C. Nichols; GHK Exploration, LP; Glebe Royalty, LLC; Glen A. Fullbright; Gomaco, Inc., an Oklahoma Corporation; Hamlett, Inc.; Helen Deffenbacher; Hofacket-Ward Family Trust; Holton Resources, Ltd.; Interfirst Bank of Dallas, N.A., Trustee of Sabine Royalty Trust; Iva Williams Nichols; J. E. Merritt; James F. O'Connell; Jerry Lee Merritt; Joann Reeves; Joanne Brown; Johanna Foster; John E. Donaldson Investment, LLC; John W. Snyder; John Wurster; Judith Ann Buss Gehring; Judy Kay Barber a/k/a Judy Kay Comer a/k/a Judy Kay Icke; Karen Parker Sherman; Kellie Scheele; Kent L. Clingenpeel; Kimberly Kay Roark; Larry James Nichols; LHS Family, LLC; Linda June Nichols Myracle; Mahony Corporation; Marathon Oil Company, an Ohio Corporation; Margo Alora; Mark Jopling and Cheryl Jopling, Co-Trustees of the Mark and Cheryl Jopling Revocable Trust dated July 20, 2000; Mary Lee Nichols Curry Lopez; Maxette Ewing; Maxine Nichols; Molly Estelle Nichols Moore; N. V. Shires; Nancy F. Pease; Patrick K. Smith; Paul A. Seymour, Jr. Trust; QEP Energy Company; RAMLA, LLC, an Oklahoma limited liability company; Robert G. Buss; Robert M. Puckett; SOOL, Ltd.; Susiani Halim; Ted Henry Buss; The Arcadia Company, a Texas general partnership; Theodore C. Nichols; Tozzi Mineral Management, LLC, an Oklahoma limited liability company; TXO Production Corp.; Union Oil Company of California, a California corporation; Unit Petroleum Company; United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management; Walter Duncan Oil, a limited partnership; Ward Petroleum Corporation; Wayne Barber and Shirley Barber, Trustees of the Barber Family Trust dated the 8th day of July, 1996; Willa Sloan Spencer, now Cristina; William C. Ward; R. D. Williams & Company; B. G. Caves; Edward E. Van Petten; L. Mackechney; P. F. Dowell; and all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons in Ellis and Roger Mills Counties Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an Order clarifying and/or amending Order Nos. 62838 and 95344 so as to establish separate 640-acre drilling and spacing units for the Douglas (less Tonkawa Sand) and Tonkawa Sand common sources of supply underlying Section 15, Township 16 North, Range 24 West, Ellis and Roger Mills Counties, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) An Order clarifying and/or amending Order Nos. 62838 and 95344 to expressly provide that same create separate 640-acre drilling and spacing units for the Douglas (Less Tonkawa Sand) and Tonkawa Sand common sources of supply underlying Section 15, Township 16 North, Range 24 West, Ellis and Roger Mills Counties, Oklahoma. (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 20th day of August, 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 Apache Corporation. Its address is 6120 S. Yale, Suite 1500, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136, Telephone (918) 491-4900. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

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HOLLYWOOD--God bless America, and how's everybody? NBC announced it will produce a miniseries about the life of Hillary Clinton starring the beautiful Diane Lane as Hillary. The casting raised a few eyebrows. Diane Lane is such a glamorous upgrade that Bill Clinton just volunteered to play himself in the movie. MLB Hall of Fame veterans expressed fury over steroid-era ballplayers who ruined baseball records last decade. No one can say we weren't warned. Jose Canseco could run for president on the platform that he's the only man in America who's never lied to us. Discovery Channel announced it will air ten hours of new shark programming for its annual Shark Week on Monday. The ratings are always huge. It's great TV for people who either have a genuine fascination for sharks or possess a psychopathic hatred for seals. Pope Francis preached to three million people at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro Sunday. It's a topless beach that's famous for drinking, dancing, drugs and casual sex. There are usually four million people at Copacabana Beach on Sunday, but word travels fast. Joe Biden wandered off script during his televised speech in India Friday. He started talking about a distant ancestor who helped govern India for England. U.S. politicians love giving speeches in India because if the teleprompter breaks, tech support is just a local call. The Lincoln Memorial was struck by vandals Friday who tip-toed into the monument foyer and threw green paint all over the statue. It's unfathomable. You would think that after their last slip-up, the Secret Service would start guarding Lincoln a bit more carefully. Huntington Beach visitors ri-

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BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304949-T 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: Victor W. Weedn, Elizabeth Weedn, Elizabeth Weedn, Trustee; Speed Investments, Inc.; DLM Partners; Miller Floor, Inc.; Speed Petroleum Corporation; Circle 4 Land, Inc.; Patricia J. Gibson 2003 Revocable Trust; Rivers Resources, LLC; Midstates Petroleum Corporation; Eagle Wind O & G, LLC; TBA Petroleum, Inc.Farmers Royalty Company; Panhandle Oil and Gas, Inc.; Mineralman Land Co., LLC; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; Verde Vista Energy Company; LE Norman Fund I, LLC; LE Norman Operating, LLC; Consul Properties, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; Stelaron, Inc.; Deep Basin 2007 Drilling Program, LP; 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 a well in the Tonkawa common source of supply for the 640-acre horizontal drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 24, Township 17 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The well will be a horizontal well in the Tonkawa common source of supply with the surface location and completion interval as follows:

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION

APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED WELL DENSITY

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 Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725.

This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval for the well shall be the entire length of the lateral between the first and last perforations described above. Provided, the entire length of the lateral shall be in the E/2 of said Section 16. The well to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 128051. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 9, 10, 15, 21 and 22, Township, 14 North, Range 24 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 source 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 Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 20th day of August, 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 Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725.

LAND COVERED: SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304953-T 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: Alice J. Robinson, Trustee of the Alice J. Robinson Revocable Trust dated November 8, 1999; Alpine, Inc.; Audrey B. Weedn; Britz, Inc.; Calvert-Lee Investments, LLC; Charles H. Shaller and Barbara E. Shaller, Trustees of the Shaller Family Trust dated September 20, 1995; Charles N. Newton; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; Concord Royalties, LLC; Deep Basin 2006 Drilling Program, LP; Elaine Buck Honnold Revocable Trust UID June 9, 1989; First Presbyterian Church of Canadian, Texas; Frances Shaller Haley; HKCHOU, LLC; JerryCo, Ltd.; Johanne S. Blodgett; Johanne S. Blodgett, Trustee of the Carlton A. Struder Trust; John A. Shaller; John B. Wootten, Jr. LLC; John Frank Newton;L. Wendell Knox and Mary A. Knox, Trustees of the Knox Joint Revocable Trust dated August 20, 1993; Longfellow Ranch Partners, LP; Mark S. Svoboda and Julia G. Svoboda, Trustees of the Svoboda Family 1997 Revocable Trust Agreement dated December 19, 1997; Montierra Minerals and Production, LP; Greenway Plaza, Ste. 450Nye Investment Co., LLC; Panhandle Oil and Gas, Inc.; Roger C. Shaller, Trustee of the Bertha Shaller Granchildren's Trust; Roger C. Shaller, Trustee of the Walter S. Shaller Trust; Rolla Shaller; Samson Resources Company; Sandra Newton Springfield; Scooter Capital Company, LP; Surprise Production, LLC; Ted L. Shaller; The Calvert Company; The NRA Special Contribution Fund, dba NRA Whittington Center; Troy Dean Newton, Jr.; William R. Albracht and Nora Albracht, Co-Trustees of the William Albracht Living Trust dated September 26, 1985; R. D. Williams & Company; Hazel Shaller a/k/a Hazel Peters Shaller; Tommye B. Robinson; 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 one (1) additional horizontal well in Section 16, Township 14 North, Range 24 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, in the Marmaton common source of supply, for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of said Section 16. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) The amendment of Order No. 128051, to authorize the drilling, completion and production of the additional horizontal well described above. (b) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as the party authorized to drill, complete and produce the additional horizontal well. (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 20th day of August, 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

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 25th day of July, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 25th day of July, 2013.

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

North/South Location-ft Surface Location NCT 100' FNL First Perforation NCT 330' FNL Last Perforation NCT 330' FSL

East/West Location-ft NCT 100' FWL NCT 560' FWL NCT 560' FWL

This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval for the well shall be the entire length of the lateral between the first and last perforations described above. Provided, the entire length of the lateral shall be in the W/2 of said Section 24. The well to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 597345. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 13, 14, 23, 25 and 26, Township 17 North, Range 25 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 source 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 Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 20th day of August, 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.

RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201304952-T 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 and Chesapeake Operating; North Central Casing Pullers; Southern Bay Operating, LLC; Deep Basin 2006 Drilling Program, LP; Montierra Minerals & Production, LP; Samson Resources Co.; Audrey B. Weedn; Britz, Inc.; John B. Wootten, Jr., LLC; Panhandle Oil and Gas, Inc.; William R. and Nora Albracht, Co-Trustees of the William Albracht Living Trust dated 9/26/85; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; R. D. Williams & Company; 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 a well in the Marmaton common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 16, Township 14 North, Range 24 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, with the surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South Location-ft Surface Location NCT 100' FNL First Perforation NCT 330' FNL Last Perforation NCT 330' FSL

East/West Location-ft NCT 100' FEL NCT 500' FEL NCT 500' FEL

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