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Official Newspaper of Roger Mills County

VOLUME 114, NUMBER 3

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2013

THREE SECTIONS

$3.2 Million Hospital Renovation and Expansion Under Way

Roger Mills Memorial Hospital is rebuilding and modernizing the facilities that are the foundation of our county’s healthcare services. The cornerstone of the project is to provide safe and modern facilities for patient care. The present hospital was built in 1965. Joe D. Hall General Contractors, LLC from Elk City was chosen as the Construction Manager for the project and McFarland Architects, PC from Tulsa as the Architect. The project plans include: Hospital: • Renovation of previous offices in the Emergency Department/ Outpatient Diagnostic Area for a new CT Scan. • Construction of four new ADA patient bathrooms and renovation of four existing bathrooms. • New heat and air conditioning units in all patient rooms. • New flooring in all patient rooms.

• Renovation and expansion of nurses’ station. • Relocation of Physical Therapy Services • Construction of new Board room which will also serve as a F5 FEMA rated safe room for patients, visitors and employees of the hospital, clinic and EMS personnel. • Renovation of front lobby and patient registration area. • Renovation of bathroom near front lobby area. • Construction of four offices for Laboratory, Nursing, Medical Records and Administration which were previously located in area to be occupied by Physical Therapy, CT Scan and Nurses’ station expansion • New Generator Clinic: • Renovation of front entrance. • Renovation of front lobby bathroom for ADA compliance

Tucker Blythe Named Superintendent of Washita Battlefield National Historic Site Tucker Blythe, a 16-year veteran of the National Park Service (NPS), has been named the new superintendent of Washita Battlefield National Historic Site in Cheyenne, OK, according to Laura Joss, Acting Intermountain Regional Director. Blythe will assume his new position at Washita Battlefield on October 6, 2013. Blythe is currently serving as supervisory park ranger at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. He is no stranger to Cheyenne, OK, having served as acting superintendent at Washita Battlefield from March through July 2013. “Tucker brings to his new assignment a passion for heritage preservation and protection, and a strong commitment to form partnerships with the people of Cheyenne and surrounding communities,” said Joss. “He has been directly and personally involved in the management, interpretation and challenges of this important site and will continue to effectively care for, and administer this historic place.” Blythe started his NPS career as

Tucker Blythe a seasonal interpretive park ranger at Arlington House, the Robert E. Lee Memorial in Virginia. His NPS assignments have included administrative clerk at the George Washington Memorial Parkway in Virginia (1989-1990); historian at the Park Historic Architecture Division in Washington, D.C. (1990-1994); interpretive park ranger and interpretive specialist at the Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi (1994-1997); chief of

Weekly Devotion And endurance develops maturity of charcter. And character produces joyful and confident hope of eternal salvation. Romans 5:4 You will not enjoy your day if anything is out of control. You can keep your temper, moods, emotions, appetite, mouth, and thoughts in line with God’s Word if you give Him control over the areas you want to subdue with faith. God created us with a free will, and we can choose the thing that is best for us. Be free from old destructive habits by simply forming new ones. Don’t let your emotions get out of control today. If, for instance, you feel your temper begin to rise, pray quickly for God to fill you with the fruit of the Spirit. Use the self-control that He freely makes available to you.

interpretation at Frederick Law Olmsted and John F. Kennedy National Historic Sites in Massachusetts (1997-1998); and park ranger/supervisory park ranger at the Oklahoma City National Memorial (2008-2013). “I am humbled by the opportunity to serve as superintendent at Washita Battlefield. It is a dreamcome true for me to play a part in the NPS mission in this role. I look forward to working with park staff, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, the community of Cheyenne, and the park’s other partners to tell this important story and to preserve this sacred site.” From 1998 to 2003, Blythe spent time in the private sector as the co-owner and operator of a State Farm Insurance agency in Kansas. He currently serves as a part-time adjunct professor in the Mass Communication Department at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma, teaching Public Speaking. A native of Memphis, TN, Blythe has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Historic Preservation from Mary Washington College (now Mary Washington University) in Fredericksburg, Virginia and earned a Master of Arts degree in Communication from Wichita State University. He is also a 2012 graduate of the GOAL (Generating Organizational Advancement and Leadership) Academy. Blythe will be joined in his move to western Oklahoma by his wife, Sandy, their black Labrador, and cat.

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• Expansion of nurses’ station. • Construction of three new offices, break room and an ADA bathroom. • Relocation of hospital generator for clinic use. Also included is replacement and drainage of parking areas and on the north side of the hospital and clinic, emergency drive and parking areas on the east and south side of the hospital. Marilyn Bryan, CEO of Roger Mills Memorial Hospital stated that this expansion and renovation project has been in the planning stages for over a year now. She reported that the construction will be completed in four phases in order to provide access to the hospital and clinic at all times and without interruption to patient services. Also, no debt will occur for the project due to the increased sales tax collections in the past several years.

America’s Favorite Old-Fashioned Big Top Circus is Here Friday! Thanks to the sponsorship of The Cheyenne-Roger Mills County Chamber of Commerce, Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, America’s Favorite Big Top Circus is coming to Cheyenne, Oklahoma at the Cheyenne City Park with two scheduled performances at 5:00 & 7:30 p.m on September 20th. Now in its 29th edition, C&M Circus has become internationally known for quality family entertainment. Between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m. come watch the raising of the Big Top, then stay for the FREE Tour. This presentation offers a unique face-to-face opportunity for families, schools, and interested community members to meet and learn all about the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus family and includes a walking tour of the circus grounds. Learn interesting facts about our performers, the history of our show and the different species of animals in our Circus Family. In this presentation we will also

address topics such as hygiene, grooming and the veterinary care all of our animals receive. On circus day, our performers bring the magic of the circus to life in each 90-minute show. This year’s lineup includes an All-Star group of performers and entertainers that include: Miss Simone and her amazing single trapeze, Miss Paulina’s proud prancing ponies, The Arlise Troupe on their wild and crazy unicycles, Natilie’s American Eskimo Escapades, The Ayala’s with unforgetable foot juggling, a rediculas Rola Bola and certainly a hair raising Hair Hang! But, lets not forget our favorite performing Jungle Cats, Soloman, Delilah & Francis, presented by Mr. Trey Key, that will certainly have you on the edge of your seats! All with original music written by the talented, Matt Margucci from Los Angeles, California. Our performers are sure to amaze, delight and entertain the audience

members of all ages beyond your wildest imagination. The costumes alone are certainly of Los Vegas quality. SAVE MONEY by purchasing your tickets in advance at these locations: Roger Mills Memorial Hospital, Cheyenne Professional Drug, Fabulous Fabrics & More, Security State Bank-Cheyenne • Hammon, York Insurance, Martin’s Trading Post, Jimmy Beavin and Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber. Prices for advance tickets are $6.00 for children ages 2 to 12, children under 2 are always free, and $10.00 for adults. On show day tickets will be $13.00 for adults and $7.00 for children. Buy your tickets early and save. For more information or to purchase discount tickets with a credit card call 866 BIG TOP 6. Discount tickets will be available even on show day but, only at this number till 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday, Central Time.

ENTERTAINING...Skeeter the Clown from Culpepper & Merriweather Circus entertains Cheyenne Elementary students Tuesday afternoon. Skeeter and all her friends will be at the Circus in Cheyenne on Friday, September 20, 2013.


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CANADIAN CLUB Sunday dinner guests of Leroy and Juana Penry were Shirley Penry and Joe LaJone, Robyn, Sarah and Rachel Penry and Luke Carpenter. Mick and Lily Kendall watched Lane and Ethan Kendall compete in a cross country meet at Kingfisher Saturday morning. They also watched Kendall Jean play softball in Ponca City that afternoon. Monday Tommy McDowell had a Dr. appointment in Elk City and then did a few errands before returning home. Saturday they did some shopping in Elk City and ate at the Rib Crib. Mike and Annie Switzer and Charla Allen ate dinner with Velma Switzer on Sunday. Patricia Cates visited Jimmy and Christene Wilson on Sunday afternoon. Patricia Cates went to Oklahoma City, Ardmore and on to Madill for a meeting for the Oklahoma Baptist Home for Girls in Madill. While there she visited with Bob and Jeri Marple and Brent Thackerson. Debbie Rounds has been spending time with her Dad, Yount Smith, at Mooreland. Dewayne and Sue Moore attended a birthday party for their granddaughters, Ragan and Reesyn Hulen in the home of their parents, Keith and Lyndsi Hulen in Elk City on Saturday. Several other relatives and friends helped them celebrate also.

CHEYENNE What a great start to the week with 3.2 inches of rain in the gauge Monday morning! Looks like we will be having cooler temps and more rain in the forecast. Fall is in the air! We continue to send our thoughts and prayers to Kara Swartwood Smith and boys Stockton and Cord and the Swartwood and Smith families. Cord was released last week and Stockton was released Tuesday but will be in a full body brace for 4-6 weeks. Kara is still in ICU and may still require several more surgeries. An account has been set up at Security State Bank to help with medical

expenses. Mail your donation to SSB PO Box 470 Cheyenne OK 73628. We are glad that Roy Wells made it home Sunday evening. We pray that he continually gets stronger every day. If you or anyone you know is in need of furniture or appliances, the Clothes Closet is needing to clear out the Blue Warehouse by October 1. Items are available at no charge. For more information call George at 580-497-3496. Congratulations to the Cheyenne Band and to Braygan Lippencott, Drum Major, for winning the Top Drum Major at the Oklahoma State Fair. If you have a video of the band marching at the Fair please contact Debra Lippencott at 497-3975 or 497-7160, she would like to have a copy. Please be cautious when going to the Post Office on Thursday and Friday. They will be moving the handicap parking to the front of the building, so lots of construction will be going on. Happy Birthday to: Sept 20: Dorothy Roark, Flo Jean Whitehead; Sept 21: Bryan Stevens, Jenna Duke, Dan Dye, Patty Wright; Sept 22: Ben Hay; Sept 23: Kara Bottom, Lloyd Bentley, Alan Bogle; Sept 24: Evie Atha, April Howenstine, Julie Moler, Tony Sumpter; Sept 25: Lori Barnett, Anita Blackwell, Dovie Smith, Lynda Lucas; Sept 26: Vicente Lemus, Fed Hillman; Happy Anniversary to: Sept 21: Henry & Lucille Porter;

LEEDEY Terri L. Kauk The Twelve Months of Celebration committee is needing more women or organizations to decorate a table. The months that are available are: January, April, June, July, October and November. If anyone is interested in doing one or have questions, please call Marcia 580-243-9957. This special event will be held Wednesday, January 15, 2014. Tables are on a first come basis. You do not have to be from Leedey to decorate a table, so get your friends or club together for a night of fun, entertainment and fellowship. Leedey will host Class B District Baseball on September 26 & 27. The teams are Leedey, Cimarron and Okarche. Leedey will play

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at 6:00 PM on the 26th. Come out and support the Bison!

DURHAM Sue Ann Flowers Condolences to the family of Loyd Scrivner. Loyd was loved by all who knew him and will be missed so much. His passing was a shock to his family and the Reydon Community. We must be ready at all times. Pioneer Days was well celebrated by the Roger Mills Community. Everyone enjoyed it so much although there were several things going on Saturday, it was well attended. Quilting at Durham was last Thursday and the ladies are still working on the quilt. We will try to finish it on Sew Day the 4th Tuesday on the month. Most of the quilters are looking forward to the retreat coming up next month. The Reydon Ladies did it again last Friday night! They outdid their cooking skills on that wonderful meal! All of the Durham people love to come down and visit. If you ever need any help with the menu please let me know, as I am an expert on what the public enjoys most. The Reydon Lady Fingers helped Joe Thomas celebrate his birthday last Wednesday. They all met at his camp at 10 o'clock for a tour of his restored tractors and also he showed a restored manure spreader. There was a lot of that around. Later they all had lunch at the Reydon Hill Top Café. The ladies sang to him and he was quite surprised at their talent, singing and riding the tractors. I bought some moonshine and was told it would shorten my life, but you know what? I can see twice as much in half the time. It's true. Barbara Hawkins of Canadian, Bob and Donna Manhart’s daughter has been in the hospital in Amarillo since Wednesday. She had surgery on her leg from a fall at home. Everyone from the Durham community sends get well wishes. We are keeping Kara, Stockton and Cord Smith in our prayers.

HAMMON Brenda Archer The temperatures have been pretty NICE! However, the mornings and evening are cool We were blessed locally with some much need moisture—anywhere from an inch to two inches. The forecasters say we also have a good chance of rain off and on the rest of the week. Please continue to pray that God will bless us with moisture! We are still in the extreme drought category, but things are much better! The Movie Night at the Baseball Field sponsored by the Hammon junior high and high school Bible study groups was a huge success.

A large group, young and old, came out to watch the movie and enjoy free hot dogs, pretzels, chips, and drinks. The evening was just right, not too hot, not too cool—just perfect for a get together outdoors. Thanks to all who helped with the event, especially Kyle Burrows, for loaning the equipment and setting it up. 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---Kara, Stockton, and Colt Smith, June Warner, Sharon Broadbent, Shirley Sparks, Ray Clark, Claire Hibler, Cynthia Dugger, Kasey Remy, Elvin Allen, Rhonda Lovelace, Janada Wilson Wing, Willie Eslinger, Geneva Miller, Katrina Thomas, Joe Cochran, Myrtle Drinnon, Mary Lou Barnard, Cathy (Walker) Nugent, Jesse Darby, Donna Bledsoe McNaught, Ed Tippens, Ruth Higgins, and Judy and Bob Marshall. A fund has been set up at the Security State Bank here at Hammon and in Cheyenne for the Smith family. Kara, Stockton, and Colt Smith, the family of Hammon graduate Brian Smith, were seriously injured in a car wreck last week. Kara is a teacher in the Elk City School System and the boys are in school there. Kara broke both her legs and has other injuries. Kolt was treated and released, but Stockton had several broken bones and was seriously injured. Donations made will go to help defer medical and living expenses for the family. The Hammon Church of Christ would like to welcome Denton and Joanna Wood. Denton will be the church’s new Youth and Family Minister. Denton and Joanna live in Elk City and Denton has many great things planned for the youth at the Hammon Church of Christ. The Hammon Church of Christ morning services are at 10:45 A.M. each Sunday morning. The Sunday night service is at 6:00. There is a Bible Study on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 P.M. The church also posts information and news on Facebook under Hammon Church or visit www.hammonchurchofchrist.com. The Apostle Paul said "I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some of them." 1 Corinthians 9:22 (NKJ). The 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

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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. he Community Fellowship Church ladies want to remind you that Shelly Goodall teaches a women’s class twice a month on Sunday Evenings. The church also live streams their services at churchsaid.org. or churchesaid. com on Sunday mornings. So tune in if you are unable to attend. Pastor Dolan Ivey invites everyone to come join in the Praise and Worship Services at the Hammon Community Fellowship Church. Don’t forget the delicious meals served at the Hammon Senior Citizens Center every day Monday through Friday. Senior citizens now pay $4.00 and its $7.00 for anyone under 62 years of age. The meals are delicious and well-balanced and include a dessert and a drink. Try it out and support our local Center. Have a great week!

METCALFE MUSEUM Roger & Lloydelle Lester

We had over two inches of rain here at the Break O’Day Farm. What a welcome sight for western Oklahoma. We traveled to Oklahoma City on Monday and the rain covered most of our area. It sure put everyone in a good mood. I will continue my writing this week about the article written about Augusta and the Metcalfe Museum by Jim Logan in the September/October issue of Oklahoma Today. We have had several tours come because of the article. Art Director Steven Walker designed the July/August 2013 Indian and September/October 2013 Cowboy covers as companion to one another. The covers are outstanding work. They certainly perk the interest of readers who are wanting more of our state history. “In a tangled history like ours, it is possible for stories to be intertwined to such an extent that telling one often leads to the other. It is our privilege to share all of them with you,” writes Steffie Corcoran, Editor of Oklahoma Today. A large cover page portrays our friend Joe Smith of Leedey on page 17. Joe stands in front of sculptures he has formed over the years. His outstanding works of art cover a large area around his home. Joe and Leah make visitors welcome but it is always a good idea to call ahead. 580-488-3869 would be that number. On a windy, Wednesday evening about sun set Roger and

photographer John Jernigan, along with his assistant, climbed the hill where Mary Corson is buried. Just above the cemetery is a peek overlooking a large part of our land. There John was in awe of what he saw. For miles he could see the rolling red hills of the Break O’Day Farm. He saw the beauty of the green trees and the sage brush that gave Augusta the title “The Sagebrush Artist.” In the distant lay a valley with Black Angus cattle grazing lazily along. One of John’s photographs is used on our article’s opening page. “Red Hills and Diamond Skies” is the title Jim Logan has chosen for the Metcalfe article. A true friend of Western Oklahoma, Jim has fond memories of this area and wanted to honor a true pioneer spirit, Augusta I. C. Metcalfe in his writing.I have more information on Jim that I will write later. This will be personal remarks that he wanted to share with his friends in Roger Mills County. Our visiting artist for the fall season is Curt Shelton of Pampa, Texas. Curt is showing acrylics and now tells me he wanting to master watercolor. That is a difficult switch but I am sure he can do it. Curt’s exhibit is titled “Seasons of Survival.” Bright and bold color portrays animals, plants, windmills and some farm equipment. One visitor stated that he is glad to see paintings of windmills, even though they may be in disrepair, for some day they may be gone from the lay of our land. Curt’s display will be with us until November 30, when we will close for the winter season. Break O’Day Farm, Metcalfe Museum and Art Gallery are open March 1 until November 30. Our hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm. Our web site in being set up at this time. You may e-mail Metcalfe@dobsonteleco.com or call 580-655-4467.

REYDON

Roy Lee & Carla Harris We have been getting some good rain the last night or two. We got about 2.3" night before last. Some people got over 3.0" South of Reydon. It was getting very dry again. Family and friends are welcome to come celebrate Claude Sadler's 90th birthday on October 6th at 2:00pm in the Reydon Senior Citizens building downtown Reydon. No gifts, please. The Reydon Trash Truck will run on Monday, September 23rd instead of Saturday September 21st. Contact Reydon City Hall if you have any questions.

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Thursday, Septemer 19, 2013

NEWS-in-BRIEF POST OFFICE MAINTENANCE

Please be cautious when going to the Cheyenne Post Office on Thursday and Friday. They will be doing some sidewalk maintenance so the parking may be crowded for a few days. Sorry for the inconvenience.

ORGAIN BABY SHOWER

You are invited to a Baby Shower for Lindsey and Jason Orgain. They are expecting a boy, Mason James. The Shower will be Sunday, September 22nd from 2-4:00 PM at the Cheyenne Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Selections at Cheyenne Floral, Amazon.com and Babies R Us. GRIFFIN-REED WEDDING SHOWER You are invited to a Wedding Shower honoring Cassandra Griffin and Joshua Reed Saturday, Sept, 21 at the Cheyenne Church of Christ Fellowship Room at 2:00 PM. They have selections at Cheyenne Floral, Sayre Floral & Wal-Mart.

SADLER 90th BIRTHDAY

Family and friends are welcome to come celebrate Claude Sadler's 90th Birthday on Sunday, October 6 at 2:00 PM at the Reydon Senior Citizens. No gifts, please.

CRAWFORD DANCE

The Crawford Dance will be held Saturday, September 28, beginning at 8:00 PM with the band Night Life. Bring your favorite snack and join us for a night of fellowship and dancing.

SMITH BENEFIT ACCOUNT

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

GREG HENSON TO ENTERTAIN AT DEMPSEY

Come to the Dempsey Social on Saturday, October 05, 2013 beginning at new time of 6:00 p.m. Greg Henson of Sweetwater will be entertaining with country western ole time favorites. A Mexican Stack It Yourself meal will be served. Families may bring a dessert. Come enjoy good entertainment.

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Pyatt & Lewis Tell About the Western Oklahoma Family Care Center By Pat VerSteeg -- Neva Pyatt, local radio personality, presented Kiwanis/Senior Citizens an interesting and informative program about the Western Oklahoma Family Care Center (W.O.F.C.C.) this past week. The W.O.F.C.C. is a donor supported organization which serves the Beckham, Roger Mills, Custer and Washita area of western Oklahoma. “Our mission is to serve and assist underprivileged individuals and families to get over some of the hindrances in their lives so they can become productive, self-supporting citizens. The array of services include: utility assistance, travel assistance, financial aid, medical, dental, pharmaceutical assistance, and financial counseling,” said Pyatt. She told the story of one family who had broken down in New Mexico, and arrived in Elk City penniless, and came to the W.O.F.C.C. for assistance. “I told the father that the best place to get a job is right here in Elk City. With W.O.F.C.C. assistance, they were able to get back on their feet. Later I learned that this family ended up living and working in Elk City and have bought a house and are doing well. We try to help people with all of their needs, so they can learn to be independent and have the pride of success in their

QUILT GUILD MEETING

The Western Oklahoma Quilt Guild will meet on Monday, Sept 23, 7:00 PM at the Clinton Senior Citizen. Dick Cooper will give the program on "Everything you want to know about cotton from the ground up". Everyone is welcome.

FARM BUREAU RESOLUTION MEETING

Roger Mills County Farm Bureau Resolutions Meeting will be held on Monday, September 23, 2013 in the County Office located at 319 East Broadway in Cheyenne beginning at 7:30 p.m.

FARM BUREAU ANNUAL MEETING

Roger Mills County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting will be held Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at the United Methodist Church in Cheyenne at 7:00 p.m. All county Farm Bureau members are invited to attend. Meal is provided. Please RSVP to 580-4972579 no later than October 4, 2013.

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lives.” Pyatt also noted the value of services rendered by the medical and dental arm of the Care Center. Dental services rendered over the past year are valued at $225,154.00 for 319 patients. Medical services are valued at $160,233.00 for 368 patients. “We try to fill those gaps not filled in the social services network, for example, single mothers on public assistance have Sooner Care for the children, but don’t have access to dental care for themselves,” she explained. The career and family counseling available helps many who have not been successful to learn life management skills. “We try to provide help for their immediate needs, but the goal is independence; counseling and life coaching is an important part of our program to help clients achieve success in their lives,” said Pyatt. Marilyn Lewis, W.O.F.C.C. volunteer coordinator spoke of the need for additional volunteers, “if we can devote even one hour a month, we can find a place for you and you will find it rewarding.” If you are looking for an opportunity to make a difference, and serve your community, please consider the W.O.F.C.C. For more information call the W.O.F.C.C. office at (580) 2255500 or Neva Pyatt at (580) 4976217 or email at wofcc@cableone. net

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3 Injured, 1 Dies in Crash South of Cheyenne Three Cheyenne residents were injured and an Elk City woman died Thursday morning following a head-on collision, south of Cheyenne, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. The accident occurred at 7:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 12, 2013. Elva Garcia, 49 of Elk City, Oklahoma was pronounced dead at the scene due to massive injuries sustained in the collision. She was pinned approximately 2 hours and 12 minutes before being freed by the Jaws of Life. Kara Beth Smith, 34, of Cheyenne and her two children Stockton age 12 and Cord age 7 were all injured in the accident. The OHP reported that Garcia was driving a 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 283, 5.1 miles south of Cheyenne. The vehicle traveled left of center on a hill crest

and struck the 2002 GMC Pickup, driven by Smith, who was traveling southbound, head-on. Kara Smith was pinned approximately 51 minutes before being freed by the Jaws of Life. She was airlifted to OU Medical Center with leg and arm injuries. She was listed in stable condition. Stockton and Cord Smith were transported to Roger Mills Memorial Hospital in Cheyenne and later transported to OU Medical Center. They were both listed in stable condition. Seatbelts were in use in both vehicles, the OHP reported. The accident was investigated by Trooper BJ Payne, Lt Donnie Kerr, Trooper Trent Keasler, Trooper Tyler Shelby and assisted by the Roger Mills County Sheriffs' Office, Cheyenne, Berlin and Sayre Fire Departments, Cheyenne EMS and Oklahoma Department of Transportation.

WOHS Seeks Nominations to Hall of Fame

Nominations for Western Okla- returned to Old Town Museum. homa Hall of Fame are being Qualifications to be considered sought by Western Oklahoma His- by the selection committee are torical Society (WOHS). that the nominee (1) has made A nominee must be a living outstanding contributions toward person who has lived at least a the preservation of western Oklapart of his or her life in western homa heritage, (2) has received Oklahoma. The nominee need not recognition bringing favorable be a member of WOHS, but only attention to western Oklahoma, and members can make nominations. A (3) contributes to a more abundant non-member who knows of some- and prosperous future for western one who is deserving of the honor Oklahoma. would need to seek the support of Hall of Fame inductees will be a WOHS member to actually make honored at the forty-first annual the nomination. Hall of Fame banquet on Tuesday, Nominations must be received November 12. The banquet will be by Wednesday, October 16, 2013. held at the Methodist Church Life Nomination forms and guidelines Center, 720 W. Country Club, Elk are City. Social1hour will begin at9/12/2013 6:00 CHEYENNE STAR INC for biographical informationATL098942B available at Old Town Museum in p.m. and the banquet at 7:00. Cost 3.75 x 5 DCOWART Elk City. Completed nominations of banquet tickets will be $20, and must be in a sealed envelope and tickets must be purchased orNorth reser- Fork bjb are to be mailed to Western Okla- vations made by Friday, November homa Historical Society, Attn: Hall 8. Tickets will be available at Old of Fame Selection Committee, P.O. Town Museum or the public library Box 542, Elk City, OK 73648, in Elk City. or the completed forms can be

The Cheyenne FFA is taking additional Blue & Gold, T&D and DJ's products orders until September 23rd. Please contact Advisor Nathan Torrance or any FFA member to order.

ARE YOU IN NEED OF FURNITURE?

If you or someone you know is in need of furniture or appliances, the Clothes Closet must clear out the Blue Warehouse by October 1, 2013. Items are available at no charge, but must be picked up. For more information call George at 580-497-3496.

CLOVERBUD SIGNUP

Attention! The date for sign up for the new Cheyenne 4-H Cloverbud program will be Thursday, September 19, 2013 at the county ag barn. The meeting will take place at 4:30 pm. Cloverbuds is designed for children ages 5-8 years of age and includes teaching about animals, plants, crafts, cooking, and games. A parent or guardian will need to attend the meeting to sign 4-H paperwork. Meetings will take place once a month. Any child in Roger Mills County ages 5-8 are welcome to be involved. If you have questions, please call the Extension Office at 497-3339 or Sarah Hammer at 983-2582.

CHAMBER CRAFTS SHOW

It is time to reserve your booth space at the annual Cheyenne-Roger Mills Chamber Christmas Arts & Crafts Show. The Show will be held December 14, 2013. For more information, call 580-497-3318.

STRONG CITY BAPTIST CELEBRATION

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.

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Loyd Lynn Scrivner

Loyd Lynn Scrivner was born September 29th 1953 at Elk City, OK to Jess Bricker and Glenda June (Smith) Scrivner and passed away September 8, 2013 at the age of 59 years 11 months, and 21 days. Loyd spent most of his childhood raised on the family farm west of Reydon. He and his family moved to the Sweetwater community when he was in the 7th grade. He attended Sweetwater schools for a few years before returning to the Reydon community where he attended school until his senior year. Loyd also spent his childhood learning how to mechanic from his father. At a very young age he was taking apart motorcycles and then re-building them just to learn how they worked and how to fix them. Loyd also developed a strong work ethic early in life as he was operating a combine at the age of 9 while his mother drove the wheat truck. He also spent much time playing with his siblings and going to grandma Scrivner’s house. Loyd met the love of his life, Linda Carol Bradstreet, at Skipout lake in 1971. Shortly after they fell in love, they were married on July 26th 1972 in Wheeler, TX. To this union two children were born, Twila Lynn, and Stoney Logan. Early in their marriage they made their home in Reydon, but soon after moved to Groom TX. Loyd worked for the grain elevator alongside Linda. After residing in Groom for a couple of years, they returned Reydon. They would make their home in Reydon and there they began a custom wheat harvesting business togeth-

er. Loyd later went to work in the oilfield and shortly after that they purchased what would become L&L Grocery. The Grocery store was later sold and together Loyd and Linda, began Loyd’s contract pumping business. Loyd and Linda ran this business together for 20 years. Loyd made many friends in the oilfield business and the community over the years. Loyd loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren whom he absolutely adored. One of his most passionate hobbies was the restoration of antiques alongside of Linda; he loved making old things new. One of the things he looked forward to every single day was meeting up with his friends at the local coffee shop. He also loved pulling the grandkids, great nieces and nephews, neighbors, and anyone else who wanted to ride on his tractor and trailer at Halloween. He enjoyed helping his children and their spouses with carpenter work, mechanic work, making music, or anything else they needed. Loyd loved making music and helping others out with their mechanic issues. He and Linda also loved to go fishing together. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Linda, of the home; 1 daughter, Twila Tignor and husband, Glen, Sayre, OK; 1 son, Stoney Scrivner of Reydon and Angie Scrivner of Cheyenne, OK; 4 grandchildren, Brooke Lynn Tignor, Ivy Nicole Scrivner, David Tignor and wife, Tara, Sayre, OK and Katy Rice and husband, Brody, Sayre, OK; 2 great grandchildren; his brothers and sisters, Tom Scrivner and wife, Wenona, Reydon, OK, Jesse B. Scrivner, Jr and wife, Gallena, Amarillo, TX, Glenda Gail Scrivner, Ardmore, OK and Nancy Clymer and husband, Frank, Wheeler, TX; a special friend, Bo Keys, Reydon, OK and a host of other relative and friends. Memorials can be made to the Reydon American Legion, Reydon, OK 73660. Memorial services will be held Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. at the Reydon Community Building in Reydon, OK under the direction of Rose Chapel Funeral Service. Condolences can be made online at www.whineryfs. com.

Churches/Obituaries

Elva Garcia

Elva Garcia was born November 13, 1964 in Brownsville, Texas to Felipa Garcia Barrera. She passed away September 12, 2013 at the age of 48 years, 9 months and 29 days. Elva grew up in the Cheyenne community and graduated from Cheyenne High School in 1985. She was married to Harold McClellan and they resided in Strong

City. In the late 80's Elva moved in with her mother in Cheyenne and made her home there until she moved to Elk City in the early 90's. Elva was a certified nurses assistant, a medication aide and worked for the Roger Mills Memorial Hospital as well as both of the nursing homes in Elk City. Elva had a caring heart and loved helping the elderly and sick. She also enjoyed fishing, watching OSU football, spending time with her nieces and nephews as well as the rest of her family and friends. She was preceded in death by her mother. She is survived by her brother, Ivan Barrera and wife, Felicia, Elk City, OK; 3 nephews, Anthony Barrera, Kaden Barrera, and Dylan Abla; 1 niece, Baylee Abla, 3 aunts, 8 uncles, numerous cousins, other relatives and friends. Services will be held Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 3:00 pm at Whinery-Savage Chapel officiated by Kendell Hamilton. Burial will be at Fairlawn Cemetery under the direction of Whinery-Savage Funeral Service. Condolences can be made online at www.whineryfs.com

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Doyle W. Bray

Doyle was born in Leedey, Oklahoma and resided there his entire 85 years. He was the second son of Clifford and Lula Patton Bray. Doyle attended grade school west of Leedey at the Canadian School and then transferred to Leedey High School where he graduated in 1944. Following in his father’s footsteps he began farming at the tender age of 16. Starting out on a “shoe-string”, he created a homestead for his bride, Oleta Stoddard, in 1947. Times were good until the draught of the 50’s. By then Doyle and Oleta had three beautiful daughters, and were raising wheat, cotton, cattle, pigs, chickens, and everything they could to survive. He drove a “Gold Spot” milk truck for several years to help make ends meet. In l957 he went to work at Production Credit Association as an inspector and quickly moved up to Vice President, then held the position of President for 25 years at the Clinton, Ok office, where he retired. Doyle continued to farm and ranch in his retirement years, but his passion turned to traveling with Oleta in their fifth wheel. They headed out to favorite places, Red River, Ruidoso, Phoenix, Missouri, and Colorado. Family was always Doyle’s strength and his Christian leader-

ship was appreciated by everyone who knew him. He served as a Deacon and Superintendent at the Rhea Baptist Church for 30 years, and then moved his membership to the Leedey Baptist Church. He served on the Leedey School board for 10 years and was a member of both the Elks and Moose Lodges in Elk City, OK. He enjoyed building things and restoring old windmills, tractors, fences and corrals, and even built a small Cabin which is still used down by the lake. His happiest moments were spending time with family (especially his grandsons) and friends – visiting and playing either dominos or cards or going to ballgames. Doyle is survived by his wife and high school sweetheart, Oleta M. Stoddard Bray; his daughters, Linda D Laster & husband Frank D. Laster of Leedey, OK, Sue Clark and husband Butch Clark of Durango, CO, and Connie Jo Smith and husband Lowry Smith of Leedey; sister Jeanne Craig and husband Joe of Leedey; sister-inlaw Jackie Bray of Edmond; five grandsons, Chris Larson and wife Andrea of Edmond, OK, Chad Hall of Kansas City, MO, Brad Dean and wife Jenny of Edmond, OK, Cory Hall of Weatherford, OK, and Bryan Dean and Fiancé Jessica Neuman of Oklahoma City, OK; three step-grandsons, Randy Smith of Oklahoma City, OK, Brady Smith and wife Chelsea of Oklahoma City, OK, and Donny Smith of Leedey, OK; seven great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other family and a host of friends. Doyle was preceded in death by his parents, Clifford and Lula Bray and a brother, Mel Bray. Pastor Don Ross will officiate a Funeral Service Monday, September 16, 2013, at 2:00 p.m. at the Leedey Baptist Church with burial following at Center Point Cemetery on Hwy. 47. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in Doyle’s name to the Leedey Education Foundation.

Oleta Woodard Oleta Woodard was born April 7, 1935 in Elk City, Oklahoma to Mary Pearl and John Thomas Skelton. She passed away September 9, 2013 at Sayre, Oklahoma at the age of 78 years, 5 months and 2 days. Oleta grew up in Elk City, Oklahoma and attended Elk City Schools. She was married to Jack Carter in 1957 and they lived in Lawton, Oklahoma for 2 years. In 1960, Oleta and Jack moved to the Berlin community where they resided for the remainder of her life. Oleta enjoyed being everyone's Granny and spending time with all her grandkids. She also loved to work out in the yard and garden, going hunting, fishing and also singing. She was preceded in death by

Thank You “Thank You” so much for the cards, prayers, phone calls, texts, food, visits, and acts of kindness that were shown to our family at A.B.’s passing. The Love and Support of neighbors and friends was humbling. Thanks again to the Cheyenne Masonic Lodge for all of their support. The families of Alec B. LeGrand Donna LeGrand, Frank & Alexia White and family, Roy & Deanna LeGrand & family Rex & Linda LeGrand & family

her parents and one brother-in-law, Marlow George Nichols. She is survived by her special friend, Jack Carter, of the home; 1 son, Richard Lee Woodard, Tennessee Colony, TX; 5 grandchildren, Shelly Prather, Johnny Prather, Christi Woodard-Heider, Misty Woodard, Jennifer Woodard and Carrie Woodard; 15 great grandchildren, 1 sister, Betty J. Nichols, Caldwell, ID; 2 brothers, Bill E. Skelton and wife, Larayne, Elk City, OK and Bob G. Skelton and wife, Dorothy, Seattle, WA and a host of other relatives and friends. There will be a memorial service and dinner at the Berlin Community Building Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Condolences can be made online at www.whineryfs.com

First Baptist Church Cheyenne

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

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

Sunday, September 22nd

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

Reydon Community Church Welcome

Church Ministries

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

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

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

Wednesday, September 25th

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

Friday, September 27th

Church Office will be closed for a tax seminar 6:00 p.m. ~ DNOW Dinner with Parents 7:00 p.m. ~ Parents Seminar with Kandy Newton 7:00 p.m. ~ DNOW BEGINS!

Reydon First Baptist Church Invites You Sunday School...9:45 am Sunday School 10 a.m.

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

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

Pastor Ron Henning 580-655-4684

Nursery provided for under 3 Sunday School for 3 & Up

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


Thursday, September 19, 2013 Local News Page 5A ~ The Cheyenne Star

Issues of Life Pastor Andy Taylor “And, being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem, but wait for the promise of the Father, which, he said, ye have heard of me. For John truly baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence.” Acts 1:4-5 The book of Acts is a very important writing; and of things relating to the birth of the church, as we know it, and the early years of the church it is unparalleled in its importance. After Jesus’ resurrection He spent forty days with His followers, speaking to them things concerning the kingdom of God. He also told them to remain in Jerusalem and wait for the ‘promise’ of the Father. Little did the hearers know that very soon one of the most important events in human history, or eternity for that matter, was about to happen. I really believe that if you and I were to be able to ask the Father and the Son what was the most important event that has ever happened, that the ‘giving’ of the Holy Spirit to the masses would definitely be on their ‘short list’. Jesus had talked to His disciples more than a few times about the Holy Spirit, but they couldn’t have understood the full impact of the Spirit’s influence on their lives or the world. In the above verses Jesus told them that they would soon be ‘baptized’ with the Holy Spirit. John’s baptism was in water but His would be in the Holy Spirit. To begin to understand what Jesus was talking about we must look at the word, baptism. The Greek word ‘baptizo’ means to take a white cloth and dip it into a bowl of red dye; the cloth goes into the dye, the dye goes into the cloth. It’s a picture of us being “in” Christ and of Christ being “in” us! The Holy Spirit enables us to live up to the significance that the Father has placed upon us.

Planning for Christmas Baskets Underway The organizational meeting for Christmas baskets was held Monday evening, September 16 at Cheyenne United Methodist Church. While the crowd was disappointing, God knew exactly who was to be there and every leadership role was filled. After the group enjoyed delicious refreshments, the meeting was called to order by Carolyn Ford , Sorosis Club president, who led in prayer. Jan Bailey presented a power point which explained the function of each committee. If your church or organization was unable to be represented, you are still encouraged to participate in this worthwhile program. Monetary donations are always needed. Other areas in which you may assist will be explained further in later articles. Following is a list of the committees, the organization who has volunteered to assume leadership of that committee and the Sorosis

Club coordinators of each: Setting up tables and acquiring boxes: Cheyenne Volunteer Fire Department Coordinators: Taylor Whitson and Kathryn Harrison Personal Care Items: Cheyenne First Baptist Church Coordinators: Carolyn Ford and Judy Hammond Spouse Trays: Cheyenne Platonic Club Coordinator: Jan Bailey Angel Tree: Crawford Magnolia Baptist Church Coordinators: Karla Tracy and Kathy Sadler You may contact a representative of the committee, who will be listed in an upcoming article, or any known member of the organization for information about how you are needed. The Cheyenne GFWC Sorosis Club expresses their gratitude to Roger Mills County residents, and all others, for their continued support of this project.

Genealogy Society Meeting

A Moment for the Truth presented by Jonathan Hagar

BAPTISM What is baptism? In order to uncover the true meaning of a word, one must go beyond the average dictionary. A dictionary can only define how a word has been used; it does not provide its literal meaning. The apostles and other inspired men that penned the New Testament did not write in English; they wrote in Koine Greek, a dialect of the common people within the Roman Empire. To understand the original meaning of the word baptism, a dutiful Bible student must look to the original language. The word baptism derives from the Greek word βαπτίζω which means to submerge or to immerse according to Thayer’s and Strong’s Greek Lexicon. Sprinkling on the head, or pouring water on the head is not being “submerged.”Baptism is a burial (Rom. 6:4), and one must go “into the water” (Acts 8:38-39) if the person is to be properly baptized according to the Bible. What is the purpose of baptism? God established this action, so in order to understand the purpose of baptism, a logical Christian should never go beyond the written Word of God (Col. 3:17; 1 Peter 4:11). Baptism is for the purpose of salvation as recorded in 1 Peter 3:21, “baptism doth also now save us…” Christ saves believers through baptism by washing away their sins (Acts 2:38; Acts 22:16; Rev. 1:5). Those that still have sin in their life, and it has not been washed away in baptism cannot go to heaven according to Revelation 21:26-27 where it is written “nothing that defileth may enter…” (in the context of heaven vs. 10-25). When Christ returns to earth, the end of all time will come, Christ will deliver up the church to heaven (1 Cor. 15:23-24), and the only way to be in the church or to be added to the body of Christ is through baptism (John 3:5; 1 Cor. 12:12-13; Gal. 3:26-27; Acts 2:38-47). There is no example of conversion after the church began on the day of Pentecost that does not include baptism. “He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved…” (Mark 16:16), there is no exception! Who should be baptized? Those that have heard the Word of God and believe it (Rom. 10:17; Acts 2:41; Mark 16:15-16; John 8:24); those that confess that Jesus is the son of God and that God raised Him from the grave (Rom. 10:9; Matt. 10:32-33; Acts 8:37; Phil. 2:11). John wrote that those who refuse to make such a confession are that of the antichrist (1 John 4:2-3). In order to be baptized, one must understand his/her sins and be willing to repent (Acts2:37-39, 26:20, 17:30; Luke 24:47). This does not include infants because they cannot believe (they have no way of understanding); they cannot confess if they don’t understand belief or Christ’s sacrifice. Children do not inherit sin from their parents, so they have nothing of which to repent (Ez. 18:20-24; 2 Chr. 25:4; Mat. 18:2-4; Mark 10:14-15). One must also understand that after baptism, one must remain faithful unto death and grow in grace and knowledge of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ (Rev. 2:10; 2 Peter 3:18).

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

Cheyenne Church of Christ For more information please call (580) 497-2288.

Vice-President Dale Tracy called the monthly meeting of the County Genealogy Society to order and a Treasurer’s Report was presented. The updating of the Cheyenne Cemetery Index was discussed and tabled until next meeting. Judy Tracy introduced the program., which was presented

by Sarah Lester Hammer, daughter of Roger & Lloydelle Lester and granddaughter of Margie Martin and the late Rev. Lloyd Martin. Sarah related that her mother’s family, who have lived in Roger Mills County over 100 years, was quite easy to research; but her Dad’s side of the Family Tree was

a challenge. One time her Dad had mentioned the name of Devil Anse Hatfield as a name in his family and after watching the mini-series of the Hatfields and the McCoys, Sarah was fascinated. The feud happened in the area where her Dad was born; in fact she found that the feud happened in her ancestor’s

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front yard! This first Hatfield connection is the gggreat grandmother of Roger’s. Sarah continued to share many funny and some sad stories, which she uncovered in meeting a cousin on a trip east this summer. She also discovered a connection with a family who live in Elk City. You just never know to whom you are related! The Journals were distributed by Editor Dorothy Alexander to members Linda Maddux, Doris Minor, Oweita Calvert, Becky Buster, Dale & Judy Tracy. We were glad to have Roger Lester as a guest. Next month Marilyn Wilson will be in charge of the program on October 3, 2013.

Student Art Show at Gallery @112 The Rivers Edge Arts Society is sponsoring an open art exhibit for high school and college students in conjunction with the SWOSU-Sayre Literary Festival which takes place Wednesday, October 9th. The Art Show will be held in the Gallery @112 from October 1-12, 2013. Students may show all types of media, including photography, pen/pencil/pastel/, oils, acrylics, watercolor, sculpture or mixed media. The artwork must have been completed since October of 2102 and be ready to hand (matted, framed, etc.) on art panels.

A Best of Show cash award of $25 will be presented, with ribbons awarded for the best work in each medium. Judging will be done by selected members of the Rivers Edge Arts Society. Artwork must be delivered to the Gallery @112 by 4PM September 30th and picked up during the week of October 14-19. All area high school and college students are invited to participate. Call the Gallery at 580-928-0002 Monday-Friday 10AM-4PM or Saturday 10AM-1PM for more information.


Page 6A ~ The Cheyenne Star Farm/Ranch Thursday, September 19, 2013

Local 4-H'ers Compete in Judging Contest

On Saturday September 14th, the Roger Mills County 4-H Crop Club members participated in the State Crops Judging Contest at the Oklahoma State Fair. Within this contest the 4-Hers identified plants and seeds and they also judged grain classes. Those in attendance were Paige Martinez, Maddison Martinez, McKinley Parkhurst, Gina Porter, Brock Gage, Carson Beavin, Hope Porter,

Sydnee Key, and Cody Milner. The second place Junior team consisted of Gina Porter, Paige Martinez, and Brock Gage. Placing fourth in the junior team division were Maddison Martinez, McKinley Parkhurst and Carson Beavin. The Senior team consisting of Cody Milner, Hope Porter, and Sydnee Key brought home second place. Placing individually were 5th Carson Beavin, 3rd Gina Porter, and

OSU Extension Cotton Tour Planned Beckham County- Greg Hartman – 580-928-2139; Custer County--Ron Wright – 580- 3232291; Roger Mills County - Danny Cook -580- 497-3339; Washita County - Glenn Detweiler – 580832-3356 These OSU Extension Educators invite you to visit two cotton research plots on September 25, 2013. One is a dryland plot on the Danny Davis farm and the other is an irrigated plot on the Jack Damron farm. We will meet at 9 am at the corner of 2050NS and 1130EW in Washita County. Plots are on the SE corner. Directions: Exit off I-40 at Exit 41, Elk City’s eastern exit. Travel east along the north service road for 2 miles to 2050NS. Cross the bridge over I-40 continuing south 3 miles to 1130EW. (Note: Roads are all

2nd Paige Martinez in the Junior Division. The Seniors placed 7th Sydnee Key, 6th Hope Porter, and 1st Cody Milner. There were four 4-H members that also competed in the Consumer Education Judging contest. The Junior team members were Paige Martinez, Brock Gage, and Carson Beavin. Cody Milner competed as a Senior individual. The Junior team placed 8th and Cody placed 4th.

Oklahoma Forestry Services Conducting Inventory in 13 Counties What type of forest or woodlands is present in Oklahoma? What tree species? Is our forest healthy? These and many other questions will be answered as a Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) crew from Oklahoma Forestry Services begins collecting data on plots in 13 Oklahoma counties this month. They will be working in Alfalfa, Blaine, Comanche, Cotton, Custer, Garfield, Grant, Hughes, Jefferson, Kay, Major, Roger Mills and Stephens counties. Foresters began this important data collection in 2009. Each subsequent year, foresters continue gathering information about the amount of land under forest cover, the type of forests and tree species that are present, tree size, invasive species and forest health issues. “Healthy forests and woodlands provide Oklahoma with many

Southwest Oklahoma Fishing Report

valuable goods and services,” said State Forester George Geissler. “We are collecting information about our forests in all 77 counties which will improve our planning and management strategies and ensure our citizens receive the greatest benefit possible.” The analysis is conducted on randomly located plots across private, industrial, and public lands and includes both forested and non-forested areas. Private landowners are contacted directly by mail if a plot falls on their land. The information gathered from this analysis determines the status of the local forest resource and shows trends seen in the forests of Oklahoma. This data also contributes to similar nationwide efforts of the USDA Forest Service. “The information we collect is added to the national database to give policymakers the data they

need to make informed decisions for the future of our forest resources,” said FIA Coordinator Carri Abner. “We appreciate landowners allowing us access to their land so we will have an accurate assessment of Oklahoma’s trees and forests.” Crews will be traveling in marked Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry vehicles and will be carrying proper identification with them. Landowners and lessees can assist in this endeavor by granting crews access to property if an FIA plot falls on their land, as well as telling others about the program. They are also welcome to be present when the crew is conducting the measurements on their property. If you would like more information, contact Carri Abner at 918-290-9208 or carri.abner@ ag.ok.gov.

Special Session Ends on Schedule By State Rep. Mike Sanders

State lawmakers concluded to pay the fee. There was criticism of the prospecial session on a tight five-day Senate Bill 14x, which deals cess under which these laws were paved.) Also, from route 152, road schedule that allowed both oppo- with asbestos and silicosis law- re-enacted. What’s the emergency, 2050NS is paved all the way to nents and proponents to discuss the suits, was debated at length. Asbes- we’ve been asked? It’s been said the plots. merits of each bill. In the end, there tos-related illness affected many that the bills won’t take effect for Ellsworth: September 8. EleRandy Boman, Director of OSU was broad and bipartisan support people in this country and we all three months and by then regular vation normal, water muddy. All Cotton Research will discuss the for most of the bills. I was proud still feel the sting of its effects on session will start. Another comfishing slow. Report submitted by experiment setup, variety differof the efficient but thorough work our families and friends. A col- plaint was that more time was Mike Carroll, game warden staences and harvest dates. Shane that was accomplished. league of mine from Edmond noted needed for tweaks and deliberation. tioned in Comanche County. Osborne, OSU Agronomist will The object of lawsuit reform that she had lost family members to There are obvious holes in this Foss: September 10. Elevation discuss weed control in cotton. is to limit frivolous lawsuits that asbestos-related cancer. You might logic. If we took up these bills in 12 1/2 ft. below normal with gates Jerry Goodson will discuss insects. drive up the cost of business and be surprised to know she voted for February, with everything else goDanny Davis will demonstrate his closed, water high 80s and clear. health care in the state. A 2011 the legislation. Why? The new bar ing on during session, they would Striped bass hybrids slow on live homemade deep soil probe. By cap on “pain and suffering” dam- it sets limits frivolous lawsuits, have likely been passed in late 11:00 we will drive west on I-40 bait and shad colored lures in deep ages was the only lawsuit reform allowing real victims to step to spring and not take effect for anothwater. Walleye slow. Crappie slow to Sayre. At the Flying J Truck component still in place after the front of the line in receiving er three months. It would have been Stop take Route 283 south, 5 miles, around marina. Catfish fair on jug- the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s badly needed settlements. Another quite a delay and, in the end, many lines baited with dough bait. Report and then 5 miles west. The field is decision to throw out a 2009 law. colleague, an attorney, noted a cli- of the bills passed with emergency on the south side of the road. (Or submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K During this special session using a ent of his died while awaiting his clauses, so they will actually take Bait House. travel 3 miles west of Delhi and Lawtonka: September 8. Eleva- total of 23 bills, we restored com- portion of an asbestos settlement. immediate effect upon signing. On then 1 mile north). Randy Boman tion normal, water murky. All fish- mon-sense limitations on liability Frivolous lawsuits literally robbed the second point, the allowed time will discuss the plots and irrigation ing slow. Report submitted by Mike and procedural requirements to victims of their legitimate claims. for questions and debate was not concerns related to this year’s cotThe other bills basically limited fully utilized, so it was obviously Carroll, game warden stationed in limit frivolous lawsuits. ton. Questions and comments are The affidavit of merit compo- the liability of companies in com- more than enough. Comanche County. encouraged. I would call the special session Tom Steed: September 9. All nent of the 2009 lawsuit reform mon-sense scenarios in which a fishing slow. Report submitted by bill was ruled unconstitutional by business’s product was used in way a success. I am proud of what we David Smith, game warden sta- the Oklahoma Supreme Court. It is contrary to how it was marketed, were able to accomplished and a central component of lawsuit as guns for a crime instead look forward to the regular session 2x2 ads may run tioned anywhere in County. your newspaper.also Don’t forget to remind your such classifi ed department to in Kiowa reform as it keeps attorneys from of self-defense and recreation. starting up in early February. download the line ads for this week at being able to file frivolous lawsuits. One bill authorized the courts to As always, I would love to hear TheCLOSEST court’s ruling spe- punish those attempting a frivolous from you. I regularly check the www.okpress.com/ocan - CHOOSE THE AD SIZE TOagainst YOURit COLUMN WIDTH cifically cited the potential barrier lawsuit. calls I receive at the Capitol office created in the original bill by a $40 at (405) 557-7407. fee and interpreted the language “professional negligence” to as specifically targeting a single industry contrary to the constitution. Due to the court’s ruling, we had to alter the language we were Stop feeding the pig and get Geo. restoring. Opponents of Senate Bill 1x argued the new language was outside of the govenror’s call and unconstitutional. The governor’s call specified that the special session bills should relate to the 2009 lawsuit reform legislation, which they characterized as meaning the bills should duplicate the original language. This characterization is inaccurate as the call also noted that bills should be drafted to ensure constitutional provision are not violated. 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Thursday, September 19, 2013

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Seeking a Full-Time Engineering Records Clerk. Job location is Cheyenne, Oklahoma. Must have knowledge of engineering office practice, including construction processes, payment records and engineering record keeping; Microsoft Office; skill in the use of automated equipment for the purpose of maintaining detailed records, files and generating reports; clerical skills; ability to work under pressure with good organizational skill; ability to work in a team environment; initiative to recognize need for improvement in, or adaptation of, existing systems and effecting changes in them; accuracy in filing. Must have a minimum of high school or GED. Send Resume to PO Box 770, Cheyenne OK 73628 or call Dewayne Coker at 580-497-2441.

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

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BIDS The Town of Cheyenne will be accepting bids for a 1964 C-800 Pumper owned by the Cheyenne Fire Department. Sealed bids will be opened at the Town Board Meeting on November 14, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. For more informationa about the pumper, please contact Travis Carter, Cheyenne Fire Chief.

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It's a Girl!

Jamey, Judith, and big brother Josh Herren would like to announce the arrival of their new bundle of joy. Julie Ann Herren arrived August 20, 2013 at 6:43 pm. She weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces and was 19 inches long. She has lots of dark hair. Julie's maternal grandparents are Kenneth and Charlene Heronema of Reydon, OK. Maternal great grandparents are the late Percy and

Library Announces Exciting Changes

Iris Pennington of Reydon, OK and the late Alvin and Anna Heronema of Andrews, TX. Paternal grandparents are Becky and Steve Galmor and Bobby Herren. Paternal great grandparents are Larry and Billie Counts and Gayle Elliott, all of Elk City, OK. Big Brother Josh loves to give his little sister kisses and Julie's mom and grandmothers can't wait to take her shopping for lots of pink things.

Cassandra Griffin & Joshua Reed Shower: September 21st

Jason & Lindsey Orgain Shower: September 22nd Tyler & Jessica Roark Shower: October 13th

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Story Time: Changes and big things are getting ready to happen at your Minnie R. Slief Library. The biggest change so far is moving our Story Time into a rotation with our Craft Time due to an afterschool program on Tuesdays and the third Thursdays of the month. Story Time will be Thursday, Sept. 26 at 3:45 for ages 4-8. We have a special story time scheduled this month with the theme of dinosaurs. The library has borrowed a kit from the Sam Noble Museum in Norman. It has fossils and casts of dinosaur skin, dinosaur eggs and bones and much more. After story time, children will be able to make their own fossils and take them home. Accelerated Reader: The Accelerated Reader program has been busy. To find a list of books or check on a book title parents can go to http://www.arbookfind.com. You can search by title, reading level or collection. There are several listings under collection including the Oklahoma Sequoyah book award books. Our online eBook collection also has children’s books available. Many of those are also Accelerated Reader books. If you need help downloading the books, please call us at 497-3777 between 10:30 and 5:00. I will be happy to walk you through it. If your child is ill or unable to check out library books to meet their reading goals, please call us at the library. We will be happy to help get books to you for your child so that your child doesn’t fall behind in reading. If we don’t have a title that your child wants to read, we can interlibrary loan all across the nation. To access the library catalog online go to http://www. wplibs.com. Click on the dropdown menu on the top left to change to the Cheyenne location. The Library Board will meet on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 3:30 in the meeting room. New Titles: New books arriving this week include Never Go Back by Lee Child, Killing Custer by Margaret Coel, The Mayan Secrets by Clive Cussler in both audio and hardbound versions, new novels by Beverl y Lewis and Dick Francis. We also received the 2014 Guinness Book of World Records. We are your library and are working very hard to bring quality programming and progress. If you don’t see something that you would like in the library, ask us. Pictures from the Pioneer Day celebration can be picked up starting Thursday from 10:30-5:30, Friday 10:30-5 or Saturday9-1. Thank you to everyone for visiting our booth and participating in the Scavenger Hunt. We had a lot of fun making dinosaur fossils.

Pioneer Day Another Success! My, my, where do you begin to thank all the people who make this annual event such a success. Thanks go to the CHS Band and Vocal Department for their patriotic part on the program which recognized our veterans as well as those who are currently serving our country. Blue Star Banners were presented to the families of Braden Seymour, Dylan Moler, Ben Sawatzky, Mary Green, Wil Sappenfield and Emerson Davis. The Western Plains Library System provided a Scavenger Hunt for the children in the park, brought their NEW Bookmobile, provided equipment for the auctioneers AND sponsored “Strawberry”, the Cowboy Poet, who everyone thoroughly enjoyed. Squeals of laughter and much clapping came from the south end of the park where the FFA Farmhand Olympics took place. Several teams of guys and girls participated in different contests such as: hay stacking, egg toss, balloon launch, fence building, tug of war, rope a calf and human wheelbarrow. There was stiff competition among the teams and everyone had a great time; especially the spectators. We

really appreciate Nathan Torrance and his FFA officers who coordinated the events and all the FFA members who participated. We really appreciate the Kiwanis Club members Stuart Sander and Pat Versteeg parking the cars in the rain. Lucille and Jr. Porter and Jan Bailey hosting the Veterans’ Museum, Barbara O’Neill assisting Melanie Cole in running Ye Old Photography Shop, Dixie Boyce, Amber Smith and Lockland Lippencott showed churning of butter and kneading of bread, Melanie Barber & Cindy Malson were cranking out the ice cream, Terry Thompson making ropes like crazy, Charlotte Nance with her dinosaur display, Girls Scouts with the old fashioned games, Class of 2014 and Boy Scouts for providing concessions, all the Vendors, Dwayne Roark and his Antique Cars. Special thanks to the landowners who provide a day of hunting on their land to help us raise the funds which help us maintain the seven museums in the City Park. Special Thanks to Masonic Lodge #133 members for their assistance in the Day Hunt Auc-

Historic RMP Receives Memorials

This week we received several donations in memory of our beloved Gene Whitson. These were made specifically for the Santa Fe Railroad and Strong City-Kendall Log Cabin upkeep as well as pre-

serving our county’s history. These were given by Gertrude Flesher, Bob & Dovie Smith, Carolyn Burrows, Dale and Judy Tracy, Kay Caudle, Dorothy Smith and Florence Burgess. If you would

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tion and the Donation Auction as well as Mr. Phillip Butler and Kelly Gwartney auctioneering. The Quilt Show with Elaine Olson, Sue Olson and Sue Pearson showing people how to quilt. The quilt exhibitor whose name was drawn for the stained glass quilt block prize was Kate McDaniel. We thank Bill Olson for creating the prize. We cannot forget the City Employees who keep the City Park looking so nice. Nehemiah was even checking each of the electrical boxes to make sure they were working. Everything was in tip top shape and we appreciate our City Guys and als’ commitment to pride in our community. To all the participants, we thank you for attending and your continued support. Last but not least to the Cheyenne Star for ALL their advertising. WE THANK YOU!!! From the Pioneer Day Coordinator Linda Maddux and the other Historic RMP Board members Dwayne Roark, Jr. Porter, Loel Briggs, Cindy Malson, Melanie Barber, John Smith, Judy Tracy & Elaine Olson.

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Thursday, September 19, 2013

New Species of Bee Discovered

A new species of native bee from Oklahoma was recently discovered by Dr. Victor H. Gonzalez Betancourt, an assistant professor and researcher in the Biology Department at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. The new bee, known from Ellis and Blaine counties, was named Anthidiummichenerorum after the influential bee biologist Charles Duncan Michener and his wife Mary from the University of Kansas. The new Okie bee belongs to a group of solitary bees commonly known as “wool carder bees” because their cotton-like brood cells are made of plant hairs. “Although most people think of bees merely as honey bees, in reality there are more than 20,000 bee species worldwide,” Betancourt said. “One-quarter of this diversity occurs in North America, particularly in the western United States.”

Like most bees, the new bee from Oklahoma does not live in colonies nor does it make honey. However, it plays an important role in the pollination of wild and cultivated plants. Betancourt said bees are the most important pollinators of plants on the planet and their greatest abundance and diversity is in warm-temperate and dry areas. “The United States has almost twice the number of native bee species found in Brazil,” said Dr. Terry L. Griswold, a scientist at the USDA bee lab in Logan, Utah and coauthor of the research article published this summer in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. Researchers have estimated that in North America alone bees are essential to the production of about 3 billion dollars worth of fruit each year. Thus, recent studies of populations and species declines worldwide have raised global environmental and econom-

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ic concern. “Bees are disappearing in front of our eyes, unfortunately, well before we can learn anything about them,” Betancourt said. “The bee fauna of the U.S. is relatively well known but identifying the majority of species is often difficult and sometimes impossible, even for specialists, because identification guides are outdated, many species are known from only a few samples, many are new to science, and many areas of the country are still poorly surveyed, including Oklahoma.” Twenty other new bee species, 10 of them from North America, were also documented in the same article announcing the discovery of the Okie bee. As research continues, many other new species are expected to be discovered and documented. “Next time you see a bee on a flower in your garden, you might be looking at a new bee species”, Betancourt said.

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Roger Mills County Jail Report The Roger Mills County Sheriff’s Office reports the following individuals were booked into the Roger Mills County Jail, Cheyenne, Oklahoma August 19th – September 15th 2013. Caroline Marie Ridgebear RMC Warrant for failure to appear on original charge of Driving Under Suspension, Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants and Transporting an Open container of alcohol; Montana Bell Trent - Serving time on petit larceny; Lucas Wayne Mizell - Custer County Warrant; Christopher Paul Bales - Driving Under Suspension and Speeding; David Gomer Cooper - RMC warrant for motion to accelerate on original charge of domestic abuse by strangulation; Severo Zamora - False and bogus checks; Leslie Lance Kendall - Speeding, Driving Under the Influence of alcohol and obstructing an officer; Fanessa Ann Marquez - Motion to accelerate suspended sentence; Joseph David Meek - Driving Under Suspension; Bobby Wayne Kirk - RMC warrant for failure to appear for court and failure to pay child support; Clayton Dakota Estus - Possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia; Erik Allen Ceniceros - Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving Under Suspension, failure to wear seatbelt; John Franklin Tomas - Contempt of Court re: child support; Bradley Randolph Penton RMC warrant for failure to appear on original charge of Driving Under Suspension; Kati Lynn Orange - RMC warrant for failure to appear on original charge of Transporting an Open container of Alcohol; Ladonna Kay Dyer - Failure to appear on original charge of Public Intoxication; There will not be any changes or exceptions to the publication of these records.

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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 September 13, 2013. KATIE ORANGE appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on September 9, 2013, and entered an initial appearance for violation of her probation for the offenses of TOC, Count 1; and MIP of Alcohol, Count 2; and bond was set at $1,000. CHAD ERRON FOX appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on September 11, 2013, and entered a plea of guilty for the offenses of DUS, Count 1; and Speeding, Count 2; and pursuant to a plea agreement, sentencing was deferred on Count 1 for 1 year and he was ordered to pay a fine of $200 on Count 1 and $10 on Count 2, complete 24 hours of community service, and pay court costs.

LEWIS JAY MATHESON appeared before Judge Pat Versteeg on September 11, 2013, and entered a plea of guilty for the offenses of DUS, Count 1; and Speeding, Count 2; and pursuant to a plea agreement, he was sentenced to 1 year in the Roger Mills County Jail, all of said sentence was suspended on Count 1 and he was ordered to pay a fine of $100 on Count 1 and $135 on Count 2, complete 24 hours of community service, and pay court costs. FLOYD FRANKLIN MANNING, II, appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on September 11, 2013, and entered a plea of guilty for the offenses of Possession of Controlled Substance Within 1000 Feet of School or Park and pursuant to a plea agreement, sentencing was deferred for 4 years and he was ordered to serve 37 days in the Roger Mills County Jail, pay a fine of $1,000, pay court costs, attend AA and complete 24 hours of community service.

Roger Mills County Court Records The following actions were filed in the District Court of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma the week of September 9-13, 2013. CRIMINAL-Misdemeanor State of Oklahoma vs. Aldolfo Montes Rodarte - Assault & Battery; DIVORCE Russell Diane Lady vs. Kimberly Lady - Divorce without Minor Children; MINISTER'S CREDENTIALS In RE: Jonathan Hagar; PROTECTIVE ORDER Lisa Michelle Montgomery vs. Wilson Duane Thomas; TRAFFIC State of Oklahoma vs. Dustin T. Hall - Failure to Stop for Stop Sign; State of Oklahoma vs. Jeremy Glenn Sanders - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Andrew James Cantu - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Richard

Lon Menacher - Left of Center on Curve; State of Oklahoma vs. Jacob Earl Mayfield - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. James Alvin Kuhl - Speeding 11-14 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Christopher J. Garrison - Speeding 16-20 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Luis F. Martinez-Segovia - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Robert D. Gill - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Michael Ray Beals - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Mikeal Lee Taylor - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Casey Joseph Graham - Improper Turn, No Insurance and Seat Belt Violations; There will not be any changes or exceptions to the publication of these records.

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25 Point Accelerated Reading Club Hayley Kirk, Paisley Voboril, Journie Brittain, Beigelee Wright, Michael Land, Sophia Estrada & not pictured Harli Bradley

Cheyenne Elementry students all dressed in pink for cancer awareness week.

50 Points AR Teagon Moler

100 Point AR Trent Barton

300 Point AR Cailby Perez

Skeeter the Clown entertains elementary students and shows Trent Barton and Kilee Buie how to balance a feather

CHS students dress up for “Super Hero Day” during cancer awareness week. Pictured from left: Callie Sappennfield, Kaitlyn Helton, Amber Smith Charlie Warren, Hadley Watson, Justin Little and Brett Kirk.

Christiane Stamper and Charlie Warren on Super Hero Day. Thursday, Sept 19: Pancakes, Bacon, Cereal, Fruit, Juice, Milk Italian Chicken, Rolls, Green Beans, Cherry Cobbler, Milk Friday, Sept 20: Biscuits & Gravy, Cereal, Pop Tarts, Fruit, Juice, Milk Meatball Sub, Mozzarella Cheese, Blackeyed Peas, Apple Slices, Milk Monday, Sept 23: Omelet, Cereal, Toast, Fruit, Juice, Milk - Turkey & Noodles, Green Peas & Carrots, Apricots, Milk Tuesday, Sept 24: Breakfast Pizza, Cereal, Pop Tarts, Fruit, Juice, Milk - Goulash, Corn, Hot Rolls, Sliced Peaches, Milk Wed, Sept 25: Muffins, Cereal, Pop Tarts, Fruit, Juice, Milk - Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Baked Chips, Apple Slices, Milk Thursday, Sept 26: Breakfast Burritos, Cereal, Pop Tarts, Fruit, Juice, Milk - Pigs N Blanket, Blackeyed Peas, Fruit, Milk Friday, Sept 27: Biscuits & Gravy, Cereal, Nutrigrain Bar, Juice, Milk Turkey & Cheese Sandwich, Baked Chips, Fruit, Milk


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Bears Win Win Week

September 9th-13th was Win-Win week at Cheyenne Schools. Students dressed crazy to compete with other classes. The winners of the competition were 3rd grade in the elementary and the seniors won for the high school. Friday, September 20, the winners are having a pizza party courtesy of the cheerleaders. The cheerleaders also had a fundraiser selling an autographed picture of OU players. The raffle winner was Debra Lippencott. The cheerleaders also helpedraise money by selling T-shirts, spirit items, cupcakes, OU raffle tickets, having a walkathon, and donations. The total made during Win Win Week was $$4,031.32! All the money will be donated to the Charles and Peggy Stephenson Cancer Center. Mrs. Moore is sending in all the information to OSSAA in hopes of winning their third Win Win Week State Championship. Mrs. Moore and all the cheerleaders would like to give a BIG thank you to all who donated, participated, and supported this cause.

Dixie Boyce and Lockland Lippencott during cancer awareness “Super Hero Day”.

Cheyenne Junior High and High School students all pinked out during cancer awareness week.

New Student Profile: Genisis Lewis Genesis Lewis is new to Cheyenne High School. She is 12 years old and in the 7th grade. Previous to Cheyenne High School Genesis attended school at Whitesboro, Oklahoma. She is the daughter

Player Profile: Sayth Roach

of Jim and Shelly Merwin and the granddaughter of Kieth and Sammie Merwin. Her favorite hobby is choir. She plans on attending college after high school. Welcome!

New Student Profile: BrayanBurciaga BrayanBurciaga is a new student at Cheyenne High School. He lives with his mom MairaSureze, and Jose Ceverantes. He has one brother UrielBurciaga and one sister Wendy Burciaga. Brayan is twelve years old and is in the 7th grade. His previous school was at EnirePlye Middle School. Brayan moved to Cheyenne because his

step dad found a good job at Black Hereford Ranch and from then on they moved to Oklahoma. He enjoys playing baseball. After he graduates he plans to go to college and try to get his degree in architect, but he is not for sure yet. After all he still has many years ahead of him to decide. Welcome!

Player Profile: Amanda Bogle

Oklahoma State School Board Association President Dustin Tackett presents Cheyenne Resident Mrs. Susie Thurmond the Barbara Lynch Community Partner Award. This annual state award is given to individuals who serve the cause of school and community engagement and communication, work to improve social and health conditions of area children, support public schools and work to enhance their success and has broad involvement in the school and community.

Sayth Roach plays pitcher and left field for the Cheyenne Bears. His favorite food is his mom’s chicken spaghetti. Sayth is the son of Virgle and Christina Roach and the grandson of Gerry Faits. He has two siblings Bryer and Kenya Roach. His favorite teacher is Mrs. Garkovich. He has lived in Chey-

enne now for two years. The advice he would give to underclassmen is “Be all you can be. Do the best you possibly can all the time and don’t give up”. His hobbies are sports and friends. His plans after high school are either play baseball or attend OSU.

Above - Cheyenne Junior High and High School Students dressed in their cancer awareness t-shirts. Amanda Bogle is this week’s Softball Player of the Week. Her parents are Lawanda and Shane Kirk. She has three brothers, Brett and Layn Kirk, and Tyler Bogle. She also has one sister, Ashley Bogle. Amanda plays center field for the lady bears. She has lived here for 6 years. Her favorite food

is steak and she likes math. To the underclassmen, Amanda says, “Keep pushing yourselves even when it gets difficult. You won’t regret working hard and doing your best. It will all pay off in the end.” Amanda likes hunting and fishing and having fun with her family and friends. After high school she plans on attending pharmacy school.

Righ - Callie Maddux Whitley Land, Mrs. Moore, Randa Newman and Laura Rodriguez are teenage mutant ninja turtles for “Super Hero Day”.

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Page 4B ~ The Cheyenne Star Legals Thursday, September 19, 2013 DISTRICT COURT STATE OF OKLAHOMA ROGER MILLS COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of Homer Clifford Mueller, Deceased PB-2013-39 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors having claims against Homer Clifford Mueller, 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 With Will Annexed, 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: November 26, 2013 , or the same will be forever barred. DATED this 16th day of September , 2013.

/s/ Carol Sue Bock Gonzalez Carol Sue Bock Gonzalez, Personal Representative With Will Annexed

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

NOTICE TO BIDDERS BID # 2013-9 Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Roger Mills County will accept sealed bids on the following: TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: FIVE (5) USED GOODYEAR EAGLE RS-A TIRES P225/70R15 Deadline for submitting bids will be October 7, 2013 at 10:00 am at which time all bids will be opened and considered at the office of the County Commissioners, Roger Mills County Courthouse Cheyenne, Oklahoma. All Bids must be in a sealed envelope inside of the addressed envelope. The envelope containing the bid must be clearly marked BID with the Bid number and the bid opening date. All bids must be ORIGINAL. Bids cannot be faxed in. The Board of County Commissioners of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma reserves the right to waive minor technicalities under these specifications. The Board also reserves the right to reject any and all bids or parts of bids received and/or make an award to other than the low (high) bidder if such award is deemed to be in the best interest of the County. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Brian Hay, Chairman Ray Hughes, Vice-Chairman Justin Walker, Member

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: ENERVEST OPERATING, LLC ) ) RELIEF SOUGHT: LOCATION EXCEPTION ) CAUSE CD NO. BALCK MOON 1H-5 WELL 201306027T ) LEGAL SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 12 ) DESCRIPTION: NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ) ROGER MILLS COUNTY, ) OKLAHOMA ) NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested parties in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, particularly: Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; Newfield Exploration Mid-Continent Inc.; Samson Resources; Panhandle Oil & Gas, Inc.; Apache Corporation; Farmers Union Co-Operative Royalty Company. If any named person is deceased, then the known or unknown heirs, executors, administrators, trustees, devisees, and assigns, immediate and remote of such decedent, are made respondents to this Notice. If any named Respondent is a corporation which does not continue to have legal existence, then the known or unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any of such entity, are made respondents to this Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applicant in this Cause is requesting that the Oklahoma Corporation Commission issue an Order granting an exception under Order No. 184224 and Order No. 591673, permitting the drilling of a horizontal well with penetrations to the Brown Dolomite, Douglas, Tonkawa, Cottage Grove, Hogshooter, Checkerboard, Cleveland and Marmaton Granite Wash common sources of supply at the following locations: Surface Location: No closer than 265 feet from the South line and no closer than 500 feet from the East line of Section 5, Township 12 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, Beginning of Completion Interval: No closer than 660 feet from the South line and no closer than 500 feet from the East line of Section 5, Township 12 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, End of Completion Interval: No closer than 330 feet from the North line and no closer than 500 feet from the East line of Section 5, Township 12 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and possibly providing that this order be made effective as of the date of filing this application. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this proposed well is moving toward Sections 4, 8 & 9, Township 12 North, Range 25 West and Sections 32 & 33, Township 13 North, Range 25 West, all in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting the following special relief: Amend Order No. 184224 and Order No. 591673; authorize the Applicant to operate said well; and possibly providing that this order be made effective as of the date of filing this application. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be set before an Administrative Law Judge on the conservation docket at the Corporation Commission, Eastern Regional Office, 440 South Houston, Suite 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 7th day of October, 2013, and that this Notice be published as required by law and by the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and telephone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any party objecting to the place of hearing should file their objection with the Court Clerk not less than five (5) days before the scheduled hearing. Failure to make a timely objection to the location of the hearing may be deemed by the Commission as a waiver to the place of hearing or venue. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested parties may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact SAMUEL STEELE, EnerVest Operating, LLC, 1001 Fannin St., Suite 800, Houston TX 77002-6708, (713) 659-3500 or WILLIAM H. HUFFMAN, Attorney for Applicant, 1743 East 71st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 741365108, (918) 492-4433. DONE AND PERFORMED this 11th day of September, 2013. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA Patrice Douglas, Chairman Bob Anthony, Vice-Chairman Dana L. Murphy, Commissioner BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: Peggy Mitchell, Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANTS:

LINN EXPLORATION MIDCONTINENT, LLC AND LINN OPERATING, INC.

RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED DENSITY LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Cause CD No. 201306050 NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To Allison H Angleton, Apache Corporation, Balog Family Trust, BP America Production, Co, Burlington Resources Oil & Gas, LP, Cargoil Oil & Gas Co LLC, Carl E Gungoll Exploration LLC, Carole J Drake LLC, Casidy Ann Ward, Chertz Exploration Inc, Chesapeake Exploration LLC, Cobra Petroleum Company LP, Connie Gene Fults, DNR Oil & Gas Inc, EAM Company LLC, Edna Mae Walker Rev Trust 5/21/81, Energy Properties Limited LP, Frank Dale, G Stacy Smith, Gary W Guest, George J Darr and Caroline Shogrin, Guard Exploration Limited Ptn, Guest PS Roth Investments LLC, Guest Energy Resources LLC, Hal French LLC, Headline Resources Inc, Henry Gungoll Associates LLC, J & M Investment Company, Jack Searle & Tamara Searle, Jack V Walker Rev Trust 5-21-81 Val, Jacquelyn S Poplin, James Gonders, James E Sigmon, James E Orgain, Johnson Properties LLC, Joseph I Worsham II, Kaiser Francis Oil Company, Kevin W Hoog, Lloyd Co, a Partnership, MacFarlane Company USA LLC, Mahony Corporation, Margarete J Peterson, Mary Ann Ools, Maxwell Resources Corp, Michael F & Patricia G Imhoff, Norman Mark Garrison, O E & Bessie Bailey Trust, Oil Capital 1986-A Drilling Limited Partnership, Patricia A Vilhauer, PGP Holdings I LLC, Piedra Minerals LLC, Plymouth Resources Inc, Ralston Living Trust, RB Family Partnership, Rector Family Limited Liability LP, Rene Morin, Richard R Tozzi, Richard L Hauschild Jr, Roberta Clapp, Roger Mills County Board of County Commissioners, S/O Investors, Samson Resources Company, Sandra R Hall, Savage Living Trust Dtd 1-8-96, Shirley Ann Johnston, Shirley Kesler, Shogoil & Gas II Co LLC, SM Energy Company, Southwest Petroleum Co LP, Stacey Trammell Cordell, Sundown Energy LP, Trena Blackstock, Trimble Properties, Tucker Family Investments, Uggs Energy LLC, Wade Trust, Ward Petroleum Corporation, Ward X L L C, Wind River Resources Inc and Zarrow Investment Company, all of the above if living or in existence, and if not living or in existence, then their unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, successors and assigns, immediate and remote, all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicants are requesting that Order No. 138918 for the Marmaton common source of supply, be amended so as to authorize and permit one of the Applicants or some other owner to drill an additional well to said common source of supply in Section 16, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma and to establish a proper allowable therefor. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicants are requesting the following special relief: A. Possibly providing that said Order be made effective on some date prior to the entry of the final order. B. Possibly designating one of the Applicants or some other owner as Operator. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicants and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicants or Applicants' attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be set before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket on the First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at 8:30 a.m. on the 7th day of October, 2013, and that this Notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact either Justin K. Vick, Linn Exploration Midcontinent, LLC and Linn Operating, Inc., 14000 Quail Springs Parkway, Suite 5000, Oklahoma City, OK 73134 (405) 241-2200, or Roger A. Grove, Suite 1000, 204 North Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, (405) 795-5480. Please refer to the above cause.

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, CHAIRMAN

BOB ANTHONY, VICE CHAIRMAN

DANA L. MURPHY, COMMISSIONER

DONE AND PERFORMED this 12th day of September, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL SECRETARY OF THE COMMISSION

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT:

LINN EXPLORATION MIDCONTINENT, LLC AND LINN OPERATING, INC.

RELIEF SOUGHT: LOCATION EXCEPTION LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Cause CD No. 201306051 NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To BP America Production, Co, Burlington Resources Oil & Gas, LP, Carl E Gungoll Exploration LLC, Chesapeake Exploration LLC, Kaiser Francis Oil Company, MacFarlane Company USA LLC, Mahony Corporation, Plymouth Resources Inc, Samson Resources Company, S/O Investors, SM Energy Company, Trimble Properties, UGGS Energy LLC and Ward X L L C, and to all persons, owners, producers and takers of oil and gas, and to all other interested persons particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant is requesting that the Commission issue an Order authorizing the Applicant or some other owner to drill a horizontal well in Section 16, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma to test the Marmaton common source of supply as a location exception and for an Order fixing an allowable therefor, with a completion interval described as follows: Location of Completion Interval: Perforations no closer than 250 feet from the south line and no closer than 250 feet from the north line of Section 16 and no closer than 500 feet from the west line of said Section 16. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant is requesting the following special relief: A. Possibly providing that said Order be made effective on some date prior to the entry of the final order. B. That the Commission designate the Applicant or some other owner as operator. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the sections adjacent to Section 16 toward which the well is moving are Sections 8, 9, 17, 20 and 21, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Furthermore, the other "land sections" surrounding said Section 16 are Sections 10, 15 and 22, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. 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 this Cause will be set before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket on the First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at 8:30 a.m. on the 7th day of October, 2013, and that this Notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact either Justin K. Vick, Linn Exploration Midcontinent, LLC and Linn Operating, Inc., 14000 Quail Springs Parkway, Suite 5000, Oklahoma City, OK 73134 (405) 241-2200, or Roger A. Grove, Suite 1000, 204 North Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, (405) 795-5480. Please refer to the above cause.

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

PATRICE DOUGLAS, CHAIRMAN

BOB ANTHONY , VICE CHAIRMAN

DANA L. MURPHY, COMMISSIONER

DONE AND PERFORMED this 12th day of September, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL SECRETARY OF THE COMMISSION

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Thursday, September 19, 2013 Legals The Cheyenne Star, Page 5B BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT:

LINN EXPLORATION MIDCONTINENT, LLC AND LINN OPERATING, INC.

RELIEF SOUGHT: LOCATION EXCEPTION LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Cause CD No. 201306054 NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To Carl E Gungoll Exploration LLC, Kaiser Francis Oil Company and Samson Resources Company, and to all persons, owners, producers and takers of oil and gas, and to all other interested persons particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant is requesting that the Commission issue an Order authorizing the Applicant or some other owner to drill a horizontal well in Section 20, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma to test the Marmaton common source of supply as a location exception and for an Order fixing an allowable therefor, with a completion interval described as follows:

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROGER MILLS COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Gary Morrison; Nana Morrison Brown ( also known as Nan Brown); John Wayne Morrison ( also known as Wayne Morrison); Deanna Thrash; Vickey Morrison Dunham ( also known as Vicky Dunham); Frances Janell Bunch (formerly known as Frances Taylor and as Frances Bell Williams); and Bert H. Bluejackett and Susan E. Bluejacket, Trustees of the Bert H. Bluejacket and Susan E. Bluejacket Revocable Trust, Plaintiffs, Case No. CV-2013-20 vs. George Edgar Harrel; Jeneta Beth Harrel; Myrtle Susan Haxton; Robert Hugh Harrel; and Lily Lois Kendall, Defendants and Third Party Plaintiffs, vs. S.H. Moore, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Opal Pickens, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Elaine Pickens Brannon; Charles Pickens, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Grace Pickens, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Larry G. Pickens; Gilmer L. Pickens; Karen Pickens Matthews, aka Karen Pickens Mathews; Guy Pickens, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Guy Pickens, Jr., or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Myrtle Fern Pickens Crowson; Robert Pickens; Guyla J. Pickens Hogan; Edna Pickens High, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Scott High; David High; Dennis High; Roy S. Moore, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Winnie Ruth Moore, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Harold Dewayne Moore; Eddie L. Moore; Barbara Maxine Rounds; Cecile Smith aka Cecil Smith, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; C.W. Smith, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Wanda Von Holton, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Howard H. Moore, aka Howard Lorane Moore, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Phyllis K. Moore, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Marla Sue Partin; Dena Kay Wadsworth; Gertrude Lucile Moore Smith, aka Lucile G. Smith, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Robert M. Smith, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Bernice Hill, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; William H. Hill, aka Bill Hill, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; James C. Hill, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Evan J. Hill; Ross W. Hill; John H. Hill; Wayne H. Hill; Margaret Kamena, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Mark Kamena; Marshall Kamena; Scott Kamena; Mildred Page, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Rector Page, aka Rex Page; Richard Page; Robert Page; David Page; Bill W. Page; John Page, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Debbie Page; Roy Gene Hill; and Accipiter, LLC, Third Party Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION The State of Oklahoma to S.H. Moore, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Opal Pickens, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Charles Pickens, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Grace Pickens, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Guy Pickens, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Guy Pickens, Jr., or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Edna Pickens High, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Roy S. Moore, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Winnie Ruth Moore, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Cecile Smith, a/k/a Cecil Smith, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; C.W. Smith, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Wanda Van Holton, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Howard H. Moore, a/k/a Howard Lorane Moore, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Phyllis K. Moore, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Gertrude Lucille Moore Smith, a/k/a Lucile G. Smith, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Robert M. Smith, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees, or assigns; Bernice Hill, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; William Hill, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; William H. Hill, a/k/a Bill Hill, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; James C. Hill, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Margaret Kamena, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; Mildred Page, or if deceased, her unknown heirs, devisees or assigns; and John Page, or if deceased, his unknown heirs, devisees or assigns. You and each of you are hereby notified that Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs have filed in the District Court of Roger Mills County, Cheyenne, Oklahoma, their Third-Party Petition against you, alleging that they are the owner in fee simple of the following described real property situated in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma: An undivided one-half (1/2) interest in the oil, gas and other minerals in and under and that may be produced from the North Half of the Southwest Quarter (N/2SW/4) of Section 21, Township 17 North, Range 21 W.I.M., Roger Mills County, Oklahoma (the “Minerals”); that you claim some right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment or interest in and to the Minerals adverse to Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs which constitutes a cloud on their title, but that you have no right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment or interest, either in law or in equity, in and to the Minerals, and Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs are entitled to have their title quieted against you; and praying that they have judgment against you adjudging them to be the owners in fee simple of the Minerals, free and clear of all liens, claims and encumbrances; and further adjudging you to have no right, title or interest therein, and barring and enjoining you from asserting any right, claim or interest therein and that their title to the Minerals be quieted and confirmed. You are further notified that you, and each of you, must answer the Third-Party Petition filed by the Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs on or before the 25th day of October, 2013, or said Third-Party Petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered quieting Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs’ title in and to the Minerals against you, and each of you. Given under my hand and seal this 10th day of September, 2013. /s/ Jan Bailey by Nancy Hay COURT CLERK PAT O’HARA, OBA #14881 TISDAL & O’HARA, PLLC 3847 South Boulevard, Suite 300 Edmond, Oklahoma 73013 Telephone: (405) 471-5226 Facsimile: (405) 285-6332 ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANTS AND THIRD-PARTY PLAINTIFFS

Location of Completion Interval: Perforations no closer than 250 feet from the south line and no closer than 250 feet from the north line of Section 20 and no closer than 500 feet from the west line of said Section 20. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant is requesting the following special relief: A. Possibly providing that said Order be made effective on some date prior to the entry of the final order. B. That the Commission designate the Applicant or some other owner as operator. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the sections adjacent to Section 20 toward which the well is moving are Sections 17, 18, 19, 29 and 30, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Furthermore, the other "land sections" surrounding said Section 20 are Sections 16, 21 and 28, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. 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 this Cause will be set before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket on the First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at 8:30 a.m. on the 7th day of October, 2013, and that this Notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact either Justin K. Vick, Linn Exploration Midcontinent, LLC and Linn Operating, Inc., 14000 Quail Springs Parkway, Suite 5000, Oklahoma City, OK 73134 (405) 241-2200, or Roger A. Grove, Suite 1000, 204 North Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, (405) 795-5480. Please refer to the above cause. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

PATRICE DOUGLAS, CHAIRMAN

BOB ANTHONY, VICE CHAIRMAN

DANA L. MURPHY, COMMISSIONER

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LINN EXPLORATION MIDCONTINENT, LLC AND LINN OPERATING, INC.

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 11 NORTH, RANGE 26 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306041

RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED DENSITY LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Cause CD No. 201306052 NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To Allison H Angleton, Ann Rogers Burandt, Arrowhead Resources Inc, Burlington Resources, Carl E Gungoll Exploration LLC, Carole J Drake LLC, Casidy Ann Ward, Chertz Exploration Inc, Chesapeake Exploration LLC, Chieftain Royalty Company, EAM Company LLC, Fleshman Agency Inc, Frank Dale, Gaye L Johnson, George G Vaught Jr, Guard Exploration Limited Ptn, Hal French LLC, Headline Resources Inc, Henry Gungoll Associates LLC, James Gonders, James Michael Jones, James E Sigmon, Jeff Spencer Rogers, Johnson Properties LLC, Kaiser Francis Oil Company, Keith Rasmussen, Loyd C Rice, Loyd C Rice, Lynn Escamilla, MacFarlane Company USA LLC, Mahony Corporation, MAP0406, MAP2004-OK, Maxwell Resources Corp, McCulliss Resources Co Inc, Oil Capital 1986-A Drilling Limited Partnership, PGP Holdings I LLC, Plymouth Resources Inc, Ralston Living Trust, Richard L Hauschild Jr, Ricky a Rice, Rondel Rice Estate, Russell S Revis, S-O Investors L P, Samson Resources Company, SM Energy Company, Sundown Energy LP, Tozzi Mineral Management LLC, Trena Blackstock, Trimble Properties, Uggs Energy LLC, Wade Trust, Ward X L L C, Ward Petroleum Corporation, Wilson Energy LLC and Zarrow Investment Company, all of the above if living or in existence, and if not living or in existence, then their unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, successors and assigns, immediate and remote, all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicants are requesting that Order No. 164250 for the Marmaton common source of supply, be amended so as to authorize and permit one of the Applicants or some other owner to drill an additional well to said common source of supply in Section 20, Township 14 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma and to establish a proper allowable therefor. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicants are requesting the following special relief: A. Possibly providing that said Order be made effective on some date prior to the entry of the final order. B. Possibly designating one of the Applicants or some other owner as Operator. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicants and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicants or Applicants' attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be set before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket on the First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at 8:30 a.m. on the 7th day of October, 2013, and that this Notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact either Justin K. Vick, Linn Exploration Midcontinent, LLC and Linn Operating, Inc., 14000 Quail Springs Parkway, Suite 5000, Oklahoma City, OK 73134 (405) 241-2200, or Roger A. Grove, Suite 1000, 204 North Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, (405) 795-5480. Please refer to the above cause. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, CHAIRMAN BOB ANTHONY, VICE CHAIRMA N

DANA L. MURPHY, COMMISSIONER

DONE AND PERFORMED this 12th day of September, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL SECRETARY OF THE COMMISSION

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: Fleshman Agency, Inc.; William A. Hadwiger; Miller Floor, Inc.; Petroleum Strategies Unlimited, Inc.; Nosley Assets, LLC; Segway, LLC; ABC Energy Company; Yukon Trading Company, LLC; Kaiser-Francis Oil Company; Prodigal Resources, LLC; Zephyr Resources, LLC; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; Arcadia Resources, LP; TLW Investments, LLC; 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 parties. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting that the Corporation Commission establish the well location for a horizontal well to be drilled to and produce from the Upper Granite Wash (Missourian) common source of supply (640-acre drilling and spacing unit by Order No. 487140) underlying Section 15, Township 11 North, Range 26 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, with the location of the completion interval being no closer than 300 feet from the north line, no closer than 300 feet from the south line, and no closer than 1,000 feet from the east line of Section 15, as an exception to the Order No. 487140, and fixing an allowable therefor. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, pursuant to 52 O.S. Section 87.3, the offsetting sections toward which this horizontal well will be moving are: Sections 10, 11, 14, Township 11 North, Range 26 West, Roger Mills County, and Sections 22 and 23, Township 11 North, Range 26 West, Beckham County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: that the Applicant or some other party be named as operator and possibly providing that said Order be made effective on some date prior to the entry of the final order. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Corporation Commission, First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 A.M. on the 8th day of October, 2013, and that this Notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that in the event this cause is uncontested, the Applicant, its attorney, representatives, witnesses and other proponents of the Applicant may appear and conduct the hearing by telephone from either the Tulsa office facility, 440 S. Houston, Suite 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, or at the Oklahoma City facility, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact Von Martin, Telephone: (405) 340-9299, or Eric R. King (OBA #5029), GABLEGOTWALS, Attorney for Applicant, One Leadership Square, 15th Floor, 211 N. Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, Telephone (405) 235-5500. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA /s/ PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman /s/ BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman /s/ DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DONE AND PERFORMED this 11th day of September, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: /s/ PEGGY MITCHELL, Secretary

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Reydon

Students of the Week Pre-K-2nd Wyatt Robison - 1st grade, Cole Hartley - 2nd grade, Trevor Cochran - Kindergarten Front - Kayden Meadows - Pre-K

Shaibriale Green, Danny Farrell and Landon Sasser looking at the books in the Book Fair!

Students of the Week 3rd -6th grade Olivia Schmidt - 6th grade, Katrina Freeman - 4th grade, Jayden Smith - 5th grade; Sean DeWall - 3rd grade

Mark Your Calendars!

Parent-Teacher Conferences Thursday, Sept 19 - 3-7:00 PM Friday, Sept 20 - 8am-Noon No School for Students on Friday, September 20th

REYDON BOOK FAIR

September 16-25 Family Night

Wednesday, Sept. 18 4-7:00 PM Reydon School Library

Thursday, Sept 19: Breakfast Burrito, Grapes, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Spaghetti, Breadsticks, Romaine Lettuce, Grapes, Milk Friday, Sept 20: NO SCHOOL—PARENT-TEACHER CONF. Monday, Sept 23: Pancakes, Applesauce, Yogurt, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Chicken Fajitas, Carrots, Spanish Rice, Grapes, Milk Tuesday, Sept 24: Biscuit/Gravy, Fruit Cocktail, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Beef Stew, Cornbread, Green Beans, Fruit Cocktail, Chocolate Cake, Milk Wed, Sept 25: Oatmeal, Cinnamon Toast, Peaches, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Chicken Nuggets, Roll, Mashed Potatoes, Peas, Peaches, Milk Thursday, Sept 26: Bacon, Egg, Toast, Pineapple, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Ham, Roll, Scalloped Potatoes, Pineapple, Spinach, Peach Cobbler, Milk Friday, Sept 27: Breakfast Bites, Pears, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk Hamburger on Bun, French Fries, Pears, Milk

Everyone Welcome!

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


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Tigers

The Cheyenne Star ~ Page 7B

REYDON SCHOOL SCHEDULE Thursday, Sept 19: Parent/Teacher Conf 3-7; JH Baseball vs. Fargo 4:30; HS Softball in Sayre Tourn; HS Baseball in Hammon Tourn; Friday, Sept 20: Parent/Teacher Conf 8am-Noon; HS Softball in Sayre Tourn; HS Baseball in Hammon Tourn Saturday, Sept 21: HS Baseball in Hammon Tourn Monday, Sept 23: HS Baseball vs. Arnett 4:30; JH/HS Softball at Fargo 4:30 Tuesday, Sept 24: JH Baseball at Vici 4:30; JH/HS Softball at Hammon 4:30 Wed, Sept 25: Book Fair Ends at 1:00 Sept 26-28: HS Softball & Baseball Districts

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

Hannah Harris August Box Top Winner

◄ $10.00 Individual ◄ $20.00 per Family ◄ $25.00 Big Bear Business Membership Name__________________________________ Address________________________________ City__________Zip________Phone__________ Email__________________________________ Mail to All Sports, PO Box 42, Cheyenne, OK 73628.

Thank you for supporting our athletes.

When you buy from a Family Owned Business, you are not helping a CEO buy a third vacation home. You are helping a little girl get dance lessons, a little boy get his team jersey, a mom or dad put food on the table, a family pay a mortgage, or a student pay for college. Our Customers are our shareholders and they are the ones we strive to make happy.

That’s right, you save time, money and gasoline by shopping locally. Today, every family knows the importance of counting pennies and making the dollar last longer. Shopping locally can assure your savings.

NO NEED to SHOP ELSEWHERE Remember, money spent locally creates prosperity that promotes civic improvements.


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Legals

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Hammon Warriors

HHS Foundation Receives Donation

Kate Grabeal and Lathan Grabeal show off their award winning hay. Kate placed 2nd and Lathan had the Grand Champion Green hay at the State Fair of Oklahoma The HHS (Helping Hammon’s Students) Foundation would like to thank Jamie Mundt and Kim Ivey for the $205.00 donation to the foundation last week. The girls did $5.00 Back-to-School Haircuts during the month of August and donated ALL the proceeds to the foundation. The girls are shown presenting the check to Mrs. Shelly Goodall, who is an officer of the foundation. Please check out Shear Blessings in Hammon! The girls are certainly passing on blessings to those in need! Pictured are Shelly Goodall, Jamie Mundt, and Kim Ivey

Geoffrey Birdshead and Drae Clark get ready to do some cooking

Jesse Johnson prepares some chocolate covered strawberries

Bree Benkley and her Grammy K Karen Archer share a hug at Grandparent’s Day in Pre-K.

Pre-K student Callie Walker and her grandparents Kenneth and Paulette Walker and Sandra

Margie Pewo and her great-granddaughter Tristal Greeley

LEFT: Lexie Thain and Martina Goodman show off the meatball hors d’oeuvres they made in FACS class

Ra-Kaula Davis and Dezlynn Bullcoming are with their grandmother, Edwina

Anna Duran plays with a kindergarten student, Trayona Whiteskunk, during FACS class

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


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2013 Cheyenne FFA Farm Olympics

FFA Girls team competing in the wheelbarrow race!

Layn Kirk hauling hay!

FFA Boys teams competing in the wheelbarrow race!

Kyra Travis, Sarah Haven, Ashlynn Wilson & Raegan Fallwell hauling hay to stack! Dee Bellows & Joshuah Montgomery stacking hay!

Charlie Warren, Hadley Smith, Summer Pennington & Jocelyn Robertson stacking hay

Above Girls building a pen in the FFA Farm Olympics!

Left Hunter Roark gets ready to rope a steer! Nathan Jackson attempts to rope a steer!


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Leedey HS Academic Team By Triston Musick Leedey School has named its high school academic team this year. The players of Leedey high school academic team are seniors, Levi Craig, Blake Currier, Dalton Hahn and Josh Harrel; juniors, Gentry Meyer, Mason Morman,

Cal Castle andCJ Harrel; sophomore, Ashton Carman;and freshman, Luke Ward. Last year’s team was named state runner up and Levi Craig was selected as the conference MVP. High school coach Lea Ann

Leedey HS Baseball by Blake Currier

Meyer said, “We had a successful season last year and have most of the players back. So, I expect to have a good season.” According to Meyer’s stats Levi Craig was the highest scorer last year. The next meet in academics is in Leedey at 9a.m. in the morning.

Top row left to right, Josh Harrel, Gentry Meyer, Blake Currier, CJ Harrel, Bottom row left to right, Levi Craig, Mason Morman, Luke ward, Ashton Carmen, Cal Castle. Leedey’s High School Academic Team is has hopes to go to the state championship and will be!

The Leedey high school baseball team has started out strong with a record of 19 wins and 8 losses – with all but two losses coming from a top ten team. Leedey lost five starting seniors, but with a solid group of upcoming players, those spots have been filled. This year’s seniors are Josh Harrel, Blake Currier, Rhyden Whittington, and Austin Cearlock. Starting off on the mound, Leedey has 11 pitchers with most of them throwing great games and keeping the opponents off balance. Behind the plate are Brandon Goldston and Brody Shook. Both catchers look great behind the plate with strong arms. Goldston has become a utility player filling in at third, short stop, and second. This versatility and consistent bat helped name him to the Hydro-Eakley all-tournament team.

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

This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval will 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 34. The well is to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 208270. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 3 and 4, Township 15 North, Range 23 West; and, Sections 27, 28 and 33, Township 16 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 8th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725.

LAND COVERED: SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 22 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306121-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 BEVERLY A HUDMAN; BISCUIT HILL LLC; CANYON EXPLORATION CO; CARNELL H COOK; CARROLL DE WAYNE MEDLEY; CARROLL FORREST THOMPSON; CATHERINE R BRUNEN; CEDAR CREEK ENERGY; CHARLA K ALLEN; CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION LLC; CHEYENNE PETROLEUM COMPANY; CHK CLEVELAND TONKAWA LLC; CLABEN ENERGY INC; CLEMENTS EXPLORATION CO; CLEMENTS OIL LLC; COLD WATER CREEK EXPLORATION LLC; DAVIS HUDSON; DON V. INGRAM; DOUGLAS G THOMPSON; EDNA MAE TEAGUE; ENERNET LLC; ENERVEST OPERATING, LLC; EV PROPERTIES LP; FARMERS ROYALTY COMPANY; FOWLER FAMILY REVOCABLE TRUST; FRANCES A HANNIFIN; FREDDA S CONN; GEORGE KRANICH; GLEBE ROYALTY LLC; GREENBRIAR ENERGY VENTURES, LP III; GREG BOYLES; HEIDI GIROD; IRMA LEE SCHMELZ; JAMES U THOMPSON TRUST; JAMESTOWN RESOURCES LLC; JEANNE TEAGUE HENRY; JHMJR LTD; JOHN CARL ROTHSCHILD REV TRUST, JOHN C ROTHSCHILD &; JOHN D GORDON LIVING TRUST DORIS GORDON TRUSTEE; JOHN SOPIWNIK; KAREN SUE MEDLOCK MILES; KATHY L BOLLINGER; KE VENTURES LLC; KEVIN BOYLES; LARCHMONT RESOURCES LLC; LEBO PETRO LLC; LRC ENTERPRISES LLC; LWS PROPERTIES LLC; LYN PETROLEUM INC; MW OIL INVESTMENT COMPANY INC; NANCY L ROACH; OKKI INDUSTRIES LLC; PARKER INVESTMENT GROUP INC; PAY ZONE PETROLEUM LLC; PEC MINERALS LP; PHILIP A ROTHSCHILD; PHILLIP PETERSON; PINNACLE OIL & GAS LLC; PRIDE ENERGY COMPANY; QEP ENERGY COMPANY; QUANTUM RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, LLC; R D DODD REVOCABLE TRUST; RACHEL BOLLINGER LUNTZ; RANDAL L CHEVALIER; RICHARD ALLEN; ROBERT SCHAFFER ROGER G ALLEN; RONALD DEAN GORDON & HENRIETTE GORDON A-I-F; ROSE ROCK ENERGY LLC; ROY DALE MEDLEY; SARA RUNYAN; SCHROEDER OIL FINANCING; SHAWN P HANNIFIN; SHIRLEY JEAN TEAGUE; STEPHEN WAYNE GORDON; TEAGUE LP F/B/O TRELA SUE TEAGUE; TEXAKOMA OPERATING LP; THOMAS E WILLIAMS TRUST; TINA CHEVALIER; W O ALLEN OIL COMPANY LLC; WAFUM-IV INC; WILDA ALLEN; ZEBRA OIL & GAS LLC; and all persons, owners, producers and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an order authorizing the drilling, completion and production of one additional well at a location in Section 23, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, in the Tonkawa common source of supply, for the 640-acre horizontal drilling and spacing unit consisting of said Section 23. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) The amendment of Order No. 587450, to authorize the drilling, completion and production of the additional well described above. (b) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as the party authorized to drill, complete and produce the additional 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 8th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Avenue, Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma, 73003, (405) 330-0725 or contact APACHE CORPORATION (918) 491-4900.

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DONE AND PERFORMED this 16th day of September, 2013.

DONE AND PERFORMED this 16th day of September, 2013.

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION:

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306122-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: BELMONT OIL & GAS CORPORATION; BP AMERICA PRODUCTION COMPANY; CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION LLC AND CHESAPEAKE OPERATING INC.; CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION LLC; CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION LLC; CHK CLEVELAND TONKAWA, L.L.C.; DYCO PETROLEUM CORPORATION; GARY W. ROWE; INVAIL ENERGY INC; KRISTI J. COLE; LINN OPERATING INC. DBA MID CONTINENT II L.L.C.; LOTO ENERGY LLC; NORAM PETROLEUM CORPORATION; PBS ENERGY PRODUCTION, INC.; RHINO RESOURCES COMPANY L.L.C; SAMSON RESOURCES COMPANY; SHARP SEED FARMS, L.L.C.; WHITE & ELLIS DRILLING, INC.; and all persons, owners, producers and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an order authorizing the drilling, completion and production of a horizontal well in the Tonkawa common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 34, Township 16 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, with a surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South East/West Location-ft Location-ft Surface Location NCT 200' FNL NCT 500' FWL First Perforation NCT 300' FNL NCT 1,000' FWL Last Perforation NCT 300' FSL NCT 1,000' FWL

PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

At first base is Ashton Carmen. As a sophomore he has proven a great glove at first. At second base is senior Josh Harrel.This being his first year at second,Harrel has already filled this important role after being brought in from center field. Sophomore CadanCalaway has stepped up and is Leedey’s short stop. Calaway has big shoes to fill after Drew Ward graduated and is now in the Washington Nationals organization. Leedey’s third base also has a new face – Cal Castle. This junior has a great arm and has the ability to make plays most players cannot. Senior Austin Cearlock has recently been out due to arm injury and is waiting for further notice if he can suit up or not. In the outfield are CJ Harrel, Blake Currier, and Rhyden Whittington. CJ Harrel is a junior and this is his first year as Leedey’s left

fielder. He has helped with defense and his powerful bat helps put runs on the board for the Bison. In center is senior Blake Currier.Even though Currier has been struggling on the mound as of late, his bat has been alive – hitting three homeruns this year. Other players with three homeruns are Brody Shook, Cal Castle, and Brandon Goldston. In rightfield is senior Rhyden Whittington. He recently moved from Arapaho and is now wearing the green and white uniform. Whittington’s addition to the team has proven to be a great help. He is the three hole, and his bat has a lot of pop. Other players that contribute in the field and with strong bats include Mason Moorman, Hank Harrel, and Luke Ward. Rounding out the team is Gabe Gore, Tyler Penry, and Camden Kauk.

Class B District Baseball Leedey ~ Sept 26 & 27

Sept 26: 4:00 PM Cimarron vs. Okarche 6:00 PM Leedey vs. Loser Game 1 8:00 PM Leedey vs. Winner Game 1 Sept 27: 4:00 & 6:00 PM If Necessary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 16 NORTH, RANGE 22 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306120-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: BISCUIT HILL LLC; CANYON EXPLORATION CO; CHESAPEAKE EXPLORATION LLC; CHK CLEVELAND TONKAWA LLC; DAVIS HUDSON; ENERVEST OPERATING LLC; FRANCES A HANNIFIN; JAMESTOWN RESOURCES LLC; LEBO PETRO LLC; LRC ENTERPRISES LLC; MW OIL INVESTMENT COMPANY INC; PARKER INVESTMENT GROUP INC; SCHRODER OIL FINANCING & INVESTMENT; SHAWN P HANNIFIN; WAFUM-IV INC; and all persons, owners, producers and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an order authorizing the drilling, completion and production of a horizontal well in the Tonkawa common source of supply for the 640-acre horizontal drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 23, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, with a surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South East/West Location-ft Location-ft Surface Location NCT 150' FSL NCT 1,500' FEL First Perforation NCT 300' FSL NCT 1,500' FEL Last Perforation NCT 300' FNL NCT 1,500' FEL This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval will 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 23. The well is to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 587450. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 14 and 26, Township 16 North, Range 22 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as operator of the unit well. (b) That the well, if a commercial producer in the common 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 8th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly 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 16th day of September, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

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County Sales Tax Report The August distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from June business. Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required to file and pay electronically. The monies they reported this period represent sales from June 16th to June 30th and estimated sales from July 1st to July 15th. The disbursement of $134,709,034 in sales tax collections was returned to 510 cities and towns reflecting an increase of $6,102,803 from the $128,606,231 distributed to 509 cities and towns in August last year. The use tax disbursement of $10,622,885 was distributed between 374 cities and towns. In county returns, 76 counties shared in a $29,754,320 sales tax disbursement. The use tax disbursement of $2,509,595 was distributed between 73 counties.

Sales Tax ~ City City Aug 2013 Cheyenne 78,511.26 Hammon 13,710.15 Leedey 12,086.06 Reydon 1,725.24 Sweetwater 8,156.36 Sales Tax ~ County Roger Mills 664.326.598 Use Tax ~ City Cheyenne 12,098.33 Hammon 409.91 Leedey 15.35 Reydon 0.00 Use Tax – County Roger Mills 43,572.04

July 2013 52,670.78 8,592.61 13,349.36 4,659.32 5,085.40 518,696.29 9,990.53 873.67 71.22 398.69 72,453.19

Literacy Festival SWOSU-Sayre A literary festival is planned in October on the Sayre campus of Southwestern Oklahoma State University and authors/vendors are invited to take part in the varied activities. “Noteworthy Oklahomans” is the theme of the October 9 event that is free and open to the public. The festival’s agenda includes:  Workshops by noted authors, editors, photographers, educators and publishers from the western Oklahoma region.  Entertainment that will feature a one-act play called “The Wedding” written by SWOSU’s Landry Brewer and performed by Heart of Western Oklahoma Homeschoolers (HWOH) with two performances.

 An Open Mic session in the evening where anyone can share original poetry, recite memorized poetry, read an excerpt from a book, or even play guitar and sing. (This will be held off campus at Gallery@112, located in downtown Sayre on East Main Street).  A free lunch will be provided by the Sayre Rotary Club to all @ 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. Vendors are welcome to participate. Authors are invited to set up tables to sell and autograph their books. For booth space reservations or to seek more information, call 580-928-5527 ext. 128. All workshops will be held on the SWOSU-Sayre Campus.

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HOLLYWOOD--God bless America, and how's everybody? Tim Tebow was offered a million dollars by Russia to play for Moscow's Black Storm football team. What nerve. Vladimir Putin already headed off the U.S. attack on Syria's chemical weapons, now he's trying to steal our only weapon against sex, drugs and alcohol. Miss New York Nina Davulurli was crowned Miss America Sunday becoming the first Indo American to ever win. She had to overcome cultural obstacles. In India's version of the TV show How I Met Your Mother, there's just one episode and it's about the wedding. California struck a deal with Nevada to take some prisoners to comply with a Supreme Court order Friday. The court ordered fifty thousand prisoners released due to prison overcrowding. The good news is that the sale of Oakland Raiders season tickets is soaring. The Discovery Channel reports that Brazilian explorers just discovered a lost tribe on the Amazon River living deep in Brazil's jungle They have never had any outside contacts. This tribe is so primitive that it lives in huts and hangs out at Blockbuster Video. New Hampshire cops arrested a man in Manchester Friday who walked up to a bank teller and robbed the bank while wearing a President Obama mask. The guy made one error. He sent a man wearing a John Kerry mask into the bank ahead of time to warn them. Michelle Obama's school lunch program was dropped by some schools because kids weren't eating it. They should try her husband's diet, he stays thin. You have a big breakfast and a full dinner but nothing in between because Vladimir Putin eats your lunch. President Obama acknowledged in an interview on Sunday he had difficulty putting together an international coalition who'd join us in an attack on Syria. The U.S. never acts alone on any major foreign policy decision. The people of Mexico are with us, literally. John Kerry warned Syria's Bashar al Assad that force is still a U.S. option. It's easy to gin up a case for war. Last week, advisors had to physically restrain President Obama from trying to convince Amercans that Bashar al Assad is trying to cut your Social security President Obama's nomination to head the Federal Reserve Bank, Lawrence Summers, withdrew. Democrats vowed to block him. Five years ago during the financial panic. Larry Summers was the only banker optimstic enough to iron five shirts on a Sunday night. The White House canceled an event which honors Latin music and Hispanic Heritage Monday. It's part of a September long vigil. However, in keeping with an old Mexican tradition, President Obama will light a candle on the day of the Powerball Lottery drawing. The N.Y. Post found the ObamaCare questionaire will ask you how many sex partners you have plus your past drug use. This is healthy? Once you tell the U.S. all your sex and drug secrets, it's a slippery slope to your own reality TV show, and death by overexposure. Michigan State fired a professor who was taped telling students Republicans are old white people who raped this country. It wasn't rape. Four hundred years ago, Jack Nicholson let the Anglo Saxons stay at his house for the weekend and things just got out of hand. Nebraska wore black jerseys not red on Saturday while Kentucky wore black jerseys instead of traditional blue. Many say it's because football recruits from Crips-controlled neighborhoods won't wear red, while recruits from Bloods controlled neighborhoods won't wear blue. Colleges say we're either getting these kids ready for the NFL or we're not. Argus Hamilton is the host comedian at The Comedy Store in Hollywood and entertains groups and organizations around the country. E mail him at Argus@ArgusHamilton.com.

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By Dale Tracy. The teachers of the Cheyenne and Strong City division of the SE District will hold their first institute at Cheyenne on Sat., Sept. 20, beginning at 10:30 a.m. Each teacher is expected to prepare the first two chapters of each of the following named Reading Circle Books: Parker’s History of Education; O’Shea’s Everyday Problems in School; Halleck’s Psychology. The Northwest Division of the Roger Mills County Teachers Division will convene at the Hamburg School House on the 11th day of October at 10:00 a.m. Dicussion of the first two chapters of Psychology and Physic Culture, led by John B. Tracy. Discussion of the first two chapters of the History of Modern Elementary Education led by Miss L. Jean Moore. Mrs. Helen Bryant will lead a discussion of the first two chapters of Everyday Problems in Teaching. L.W. Pate has for sale his grocery, hardware implement machinery business house. The owner is in poor health. The railroad contractors worked hard the last few days to have the road completed by the appointed time, but failed to reach the city Monday and as a result of hurrying to reach their goal, in order to lay claim to the $20,000.00 bonus that was hung up by the people of Cheyenne and surrounding community, some of the work was not efficient and consequently will have to be gone over, and some of the material taken out. We are not in a position to say when trains

will be running on a scheduled time, but it won’t be long. Milo Burlingame, Pres. of the Cheyenne Board of Trustees, has called for an election for the purpose of voting on a proposition that the Roger Mills Telephone Co. be granted a franchise in Cheyenne. Voting date is September 22. WP. Keen returned Thurs. from a business trip to Foss. Miss Freeda Keen spent last week at Weatherford where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Keen, recently moved temporarily for school advantages. John Warren, who lives on Croton Creek, was in the city the first part of the week. Other visitors to Cheyenne this week were: C.E. Guernsey, Harry Henson of Rankin, Mr. Chenoweth from west of town, Bill Farmer who lives on Sandstone, A.L. Squires, Sweetwater, N.C. Miller of Rankin, F.A. Beavin of Roll. Misses Myra and Lura Warren left a few days ago for Sherman, Texas where they will attend school during the coming winter. They attended school there last year and were favorably impressed with the school. Mr. Chenoweth is having a public sale at his farm on Sept. 30. Mrs. F.A. Beavin of Roll brought eleven of her fine Plymouth Rock chickens to show the people who visited the fair what she has in the poultry line. Mrs. John King, who lives west of here, is in attendance at the Co. Fair now being held here with her fine White Wyandotte Chickens. Cheyenne Star, Sept. 18, 1913

Gallery @112 Plans Special Events The Gallery @112, located at 112 West Main in downtown Sayre, will be hosting a Couples Paint Night on Tuesday, September 24, 7-9 PM. Cost is $30 per person and all supplies are included. Couples may consist of spouses, family or just friends. Singles or groups are also welcome. Advance registration is required as class size is limited to the first 20 to sign up. Joy Wingo of Cheyenne, OK will be teaching the class. The Gallery @112 is operated by the Rivers Edge Arts Society whose mission is to promote the arts and arts education in western Oklahoma. Call the Gallery at 580-928-0002 to register or sign up on Facebook at Gallery@112. On Friday, October 4, 9AM to 6PM, Mick Varmin from threee Dog Collectables will be at the Gallery to purchase your old coins, jewelery, knives, etc. A book signing and reception will

be held on Saturday, October 5, 1-3 PM, for Steve Kime, author of "Rollin on Route 66". On Wednesday night, October 9, 5-7 PM, the Gallery will host an Open Mic NIght as a part of the SWOSU Literary Festival which will be held 9AM to 2PM that same day on the SWOSU-Sayre campus. A student art show will also be a part of this Festival. On Saturday, October 19, 11AM to 1PM, children may bring their own pumpkin to the Gallery to decorate free of charge. Volunteers will be on hand to assist until suplies run out. On Saturday, October 26, a painted glass bowl class will be taught by Patti Nation and Tuesday, October 29, 7-9 PM, Sarah Harless will teach how to paint and decorate gourds. Call or check Facebook for further details about these classes. Information is also posted on the web at riversedgeartssociety.weebly.com.


Page 4C ~ The Cheyenne Star Thursday, September 19, 2013 BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION

2013 Pioneer Day Activities

RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED WELL DENSITY LAND COVERED: SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 12 NORTH, RANGE 26 WEST AND FRACTIONAL SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 12 NORTH, RANGE 27 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306119-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: 1933 Donald J. Campbell and Violet M. Campbell Revocable Trust dated 4/16/93; 1988 Mukai Living Trust, Jiro Mukai and Michiko Mukai, Trustees; Aida E. Silva, LLC; Albert C. and Marilynn K. Sykes Family Trust; Alice C. L. Gee; Allen Burnham; Andrea Yee; Andrew Hans Reger; Antonia M. Petrakos; Ara Kasparian dba AK Co.; Arnold C. Greenberg; Arrowhead Exploration & Production Co.; Arrowhead Resources, Inc.; Aspen Leaf, LLC; B.H.C.H. Mineral, Ltd.; Barbara J. Haugen; Barry L. Shadid; Bastille Living Trust; Baystate Condominiums, LLC; Becky Harvey; Benjamin White; Bernard A. Stoeckman; Bernetta F. Burstyn Revocable Living Trust Dated 2/17/03; Best Investment Services, Inc.; Billy Dean Walker; Bonita M. Stoeckman; Bonnie R. Weise; Brian Donald Richards; Bruce Huntress Kendall, Jr.; Burlington Northern, Inc.; Burlington Resources Oil & Gas Company, Inc.; Byron Parsons, Trustee, First Responder Emergency Medical PSP dated 4/1/92; C.R. Morris Revocable Trust; Carl and Virginia Lischeske Living Trust Dated 12/5/06; Carl F. Burger; Carol J. Larkins; Caroline S. Petrie; Carolyn Krueger Roffino Trust; Charles Andrew Cary and Gertrude Hollis Cary, Trustees Under Declaration of Trust dated 8/21/78; Charles R. Denney; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; Ching Family Trust dated 5/2/01, George Niew Kee Ching, Jr. and Yoko Isa Ching, Trustees; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; Churchill Retirement Income, LLC; Cleo F. Hoegemeyer; Connie Francis Barnham a/k/a Connie Frances Barham; Constance T. Lucy GST Trust; Coogan Family Trust dated 3/16/87; Cot Giang and Ngo Beo Giang Revocable Trust; Cynthia Bodger; D & R Family L.P., a Nevada L.P., PTL Funding Inc., GP, Robert De Klotz, President; Daniel and Donna Darling, Trustees of the Daniel and Donna Darling Revocable Trust Dated 2/5/92; Daniel Camejo; Daniel Jerome Stoll and Jo Ann Stoll Trust Dated 9/11/87; Daryl Morrison Trust, Daryl Morrison, Trustee; David George Foppiano and Ella Foppiano Revocable Trust dated 3/9/99; David L. Barry Trust; David R. Lowther; Defrost Properties, LLC; Delaine A. Webb; Dennis and Patricia Moreau Family Trust; Dennis W. Voos Revocable Family Trust Dated 12/28/79, Dennis W. Boss and Naomi J. Voss, Trustees; DF LLC; Diana P. Mace; Ditched Dad Realty Trust; Dominick Realty, LLC; Donald W. Hoegemeyer; Donna L. Schachinger and her successors of the Donna L. Schachinger Revocable Living Trust dated 5/27/04; Dorothy A. Walker, Life Estate; Dot Development Corp.; Douglas Investments, Inc.; Dynamic Plumbing Systems, Inc.; E & B Larsen Family Investments, LLC, Erik Larsen and Brenda Larsen, Managers; E. W. Evans Jr., Noble Windom Royalties, LLC; Edgar W. Gee; Edward E. Miller; Elaine Macknet; Elizabeth Franciska Brackmann; Ellen R. Brookhart; Episcopal Royalty Company; ER Residential Investments, LLC; Eric C. Thormodsgard; Ernie L Campbell; Fanny Dea Lai; FCC LLC fbo Richard A. Bills, IRA; FCC LLC FBO Thomas L. Thompson IRA #83740427; Fernwood Management, LLC; Fet Tatum Realty, LLC; First Financial Group, LC; Flanagan Enterprises, Inc.; Flanagan Revocable Trust dated 12/14/00, Fintan M., Flanagan and/or Carol Dean Flanagan, Trustees; Forest Oil Corporation; Frazier Family Partnership, LP; Fred Barrie and Margaret Barrie, Trustees of The Barrie Living Trust dated 9/20/96; Fredericksburg Royalty, Ltd.; Fredrick and Susan Ashbaugh Revocable Living Trust UTD 8/22/96; Gail Johnson Miller, Trustee of the Miller Family Trust dated 7/13/94; Gail S. Burger; George B. Crain and Debra H. Crain; George C. Walker; George C. Walker and Dorothy A. Walker; Geraldean Ann Newgaard and David Gordon Newgaard, Co-Trustees of the Geraldean Ann Newgaard Revocable Living Trust dated 3/2/07; Gina Marie Reger; GNI Oil and Gas, LLC; Gordon B. Knight Revocable Living Trust; Gordon C. George Trust; Gordon Family Revocable Trust, Richard F. Gordon, Trustee; Gordon G. Petrie; Gventures, LLC; H J & K Family Limited Partnership; Hai Dam Ti; Harvey L. Morris; Hazel Jean Laws; Helen Sokobin; Hucul Oil, LLC; Hylen Trust dated 3/27/91; In Young Kim and Yoomi Kim, Trustees of The Kim and Kim Trust dated 1/14/03; Ingrid M. Bangers; Iris D. Podolsky Revocable Trust U/A/D 5/27/80; J. Norman Wilkins and Marylou Wilkins Revocable Living Trust; Jack Bodger; Jacqueline Camejo; Jacqueline Kanya-Matzen; James David Cahill; James H. Spilker; James Rees Jensen and Virginia U. Jensen; James Sun Yu Lam Revocable Living Trust; Janet Skok; Jay Douglas Shadid; Jaydell Buxton; Jeffrey D. Klatt; Jeffrey J. Wieland; Jerry Q. Davis and Orna Fay Davis; Jimmie L. Shadid; JJB Royalty, LLC; JJBK, LLC Executive Rights: Windom Royalties, LLC; JNP Energy LLC; Joan A. Denney; Joan D. Nimtz Family Trust dated 7/1/99; Joan F. Welch Living Trust; John B. Cunning and Carol A. Cunning; John C. Ellis; John D. Miller Revocable Living Trust Dated 7/11/06; John David Grisebaum; John H. Hill and Frances B. Hill 1988 Trust dated 10/14/88; John W. Manske Revocable Trust; Jones-Daube Mineral Company; Judy Buxton; Jung Taick Min; Karen N. Crane McNab; Kastman Oil Company; Kay Howard Garland, LLC; Keenan and White Defined Benefit Plan; Keith Raymond Laws; Kenneth D. Macknet, M.D.; Kenneth W. Morris; Kester Family Trust dated 5/17/95; Kyle Ray Graham; L. Marie Dubuque; La Cruz LP; Larry R. Brookhart; Latigo Ranch, LLC; Laura Leila Fanning and Charlene Fanning; Lauren E. Munn and Richard W. Munn, Co-Trustees of the MMV and JLM Family Trust Executive Rights: Windom Royalties, LLC; Lawrence J. Alter, MD; Lester Family, LLC; Lily Hing Ping Siu; Linda Hanson; Lisa D. Thulin; Lisa Shadid; Lois J. Adduci and Tracy A. Laird; Lynn E. Schachinger Revocable Living Trust dated 5/27/04; Man Bun Wong; Map2004-OK; Marcia K. Campbell; Marcia Read Sweeney Living Trust; Margaret A. Hooper Family Est. Trust; Margaret Ann Lee Revocable Living Trust Dated 10/23/02; Margaret Hussey Living Trust, Margaret M. Hussey, Trustee; Marie E. Nevins; Marshall A. Johnson Living Trust; Mary Dolores Allwardt; Max G. Ruf and Hildegard Ruf Living Trust; Max M. and Marilyn H. Matthews Living Trust; May J. Shaw; McClure Ohana Properties, LLC; MDC Partners, LP; Mekusukey Oil Company, LLC; Melanie S. Petrie; Melvin Davis and Carolyn Jean Davis; Merco of Oklahoma; Michael and Norma Hansen Family Trust; Michael C. Larkins; Michael John Fisch Estate; Michael KC; Michael L. Thurlow and Linda J. Thurlow Living Trust UAD 2/5/04, Michael L. Thurlow and Linda J. Thurlow, Trustees; Michael P. Kanan; Michael Sokobin; Michael Wyman; Michelle M. Wong; Milton Podolsky Revocable Trust U/A/D 5/26/78; Mitchell 5, Inc.; Nancy E. Montesi; Nancy Howard and Thomas Wall 1995 Trust; Nancy P. Levin, Trustee of The Adamson Street Real Estate Trust; Nancy Sue Goodrich, Life Estate; Neal Skok; Ned Shadid and Olga Hawkins, Co-Trustees of the Ned Shadid Living Trust, a Revocable Trust Dated 7/29/98; Ned Shadid, Surviving Co-Trustees of the Phillip Shadid Living Trust, a Revocable Trust dated July 29, 1998; Nighthawk Royalties, LLC; Noble Royalties Access Fund II, LP, Executive rights: Windom Royalties, LLC; Noble Royalty Access Fund I, LP; Noble Royalty Access Fund II, LP, JJBK, LLC; and Lauren M. Munn and Richard W. Munn, Co-Trustees of the MMV and JLM Family Trust; Noble Royalty Access Fund X LLP % Noble Royalty Access Fund GP LLP; Nowitzki Oil and Gas, LP; OGI, Inc.; Olaf E. Gjovik; Olga Shadid Hawkins; Opportunity Energy Income Fund; Owen A. Ellis; Owl Ventures, LLC; Pamela C. Lowther; Pascoe Family Investments; Patti Hulvershorn Living Trust; Pendleton Family Trust dated 7/9/90; Pershing LLC fbo Nanette Buccola, Trustee, Nanette Buccola Separate Property Trust dated 10/25/06; Pershing LLC fbo Paul I. Dilcher IRA ACCT #6NM-092502; Pershing LLC fbo Richard W. McMamus IRA 5VF-001595; Pershing LLC fbo Roger D. Nolte; Pershing LLC, as Custodian fbo Ron L. Delellis, IRA #5NX442763; Pershing LLC, fbo The Robert and Karen Mankin Trust, dated 11/19/02, Robert G. Mankin and Karen S. Mankin, Trustees; PMA Realty Services, LLC; Premier Trust, Inc., Agent for Davidson Family Trust; Qingling Jenny Lu; Ram Development Group; Ramona B. Sweet Revocable Trust; Randall K. Bennett; Randel C. Shadid; Randi K. Alter Tic; Rex J. Reinhart and Jean Reinhart; Richard B. Sanford and Margaret M. Sanford Community Property; Richard B. Wetherell; Richard D. Miller; Richard F. Gordon; Richard Howard Kramer; Richard J. Shaw; Richard P. Kondo; RM Properties, LLC, Raymond J. Basta, Mark A. Pierce and Eric H. Pierce, all members; Robert C. and Kathleen M. Sangster Charitable Remainder Trust; Robert Duncan and Heidi Duncan; Robert Earle Allen; Robert J. Thulin; Robert L. Hadwiger; Robert L. Simon and D'Marie Simon, Trustees of the 1986 Simon Family Trust; Robert Lane and Sara A. Lane Revocable Family Trust dated 4/6/99; Robert R. and Penelope A. Gustafson Living Trust dated 6/27/02; Robert Stommel; Robin Shadid; Rockline Resources, LLC; Roger L. Petrie; Ronald S. Petersen Trust; S R Bless Investments, LLC; Sally Shinkle and Vernon Shinkle Living Trust; Salvation Army; Sandra R. Ellis; Sas Gas and Oil, LLC; Seacon Construction Employee Retirement Plan; Sharon S. Bell; Shelley D. Bennett; Shields Rentals, L.P.; Shirley A. Bauer; Shirley A. Howard and Robert M. Howard Co-Trustees of Trust A under the Last Will and Testament of Robert B. Howard; Siebold Energy Co., Inc.; Sierra Lee, LLC; Silverleaf Holdings, LLC; SMD Investments, LP; Southland Royalty Company; Sterling Trust Company fbo Joan Weltzein, Solo 401 (k) #Q08981; Sterling Trust Company fbo John Michael Weltzein, IRA #096456; Steven Craig Potter; Steven Ellis Shadid; Steven H. Podolsky Revocable Trust U/A/D 5/27/80, Steven H. Podolsky, Trustee; Steven K. Sterzer, M.D., Inc., Pension Plan; Susan Ivison Revocable Trust; Tae Cheol; Tanell F. Dakil and Mary Jo. Dakil Revocable Living Trust; Terri Shadid Sears; Terri Shadid Sears, as Trustee for Ashlee Marie Sears; Terry G. Haugen; The Bauke

Dressing Up at Pioneer Days Krishell Boerngen, Callee Lester, Faith Bryan, Hagen Fallwell & Jacie Scott Kids churning ice cream!

Kay Caudle helps kids at the Washita Battlefield NHS Booth at the Pionner Day Celebration Family Trust; The Bobmar Trust, dated 6/24/94; The Christopher B. Knight Trust; The C.R. Morris Revocable Trust; The Eileen Pond Brunt Family Trust; The Erna Martin Buetel Trust; The Estate of Hoyt Shadid; The Estate of Marie Shadid; The Estate of Rose Shadid; The Gordon E. Nimtz Family Trust dated 3/11/99; The Iris D. Podolsky LLC; The Jennings Family Revocable Trust, Ward L. Jennings and Jo M. Jennings, Trustees; The Johnston Family Trust, William H. Johnston and Joan Johnston, Trustees; The McCamon Family Trust dated 10/1/02; The Myrtle I. Boykin Trust; The Pamela Georges Living Trust dated 2/23/06; The Ramona B. Sweet Revocable Trust; The Ruth C. McGary Charitable Remainder Unitrust; The Sandra Farwell Eike Revocable Trust; The Stoll Family Trust dated 7/21/88; The Thomas T. Georges Jr. Revocable Trust fbo of Michelle Schaffer; Thomas L. Jasper Revocable Trust; Thomas Paine 2006 Trust dated 10/13/06, Eric M. Schwartz, Trustee; Timothy Allwardt; Tu Nguyen; Ulysses E. Bauer; Uribe Family Trust "A" dated 2/28/68; Victorian Inn of Paris, Inc.; Vierson Oil and Gas Co.; Wayne E. Arnold Family Trust dated 2/16/94; White Lotus Royalties, LLC; Wiley Family Holdings, LLC; William A. Hadwiger s/p/a William Hadwiger; William A. Hadwiger, as Trustee for the use and benefit of Clare Louise Hadwiger; Windom Royalties, LLC; Woodley Properties, LLC; Wrenwick Kwock Koong Lee RLT dated 10/23/02; Wynn-Crosby Partners III, Ltd.; Yamato Trust dated 9/30/88, Robert K. Yamato and Judith S. Yamato Trustees; R. D. Williams & Company; A Muze, LLC; Audrey W. Adams; Barry Limited Partnership; C. S. Mumford; Charles H. Phillips and Linda Phillips, Trustees; Cyrus R. Griffin; Dab Gas and Oil, LLC; David E. Prue Revocable Trust, U/A/D 5/25/95, David E. Prue, Trustee; Harold L. Shelter; IRA #13V096957 fbo Harold F. Doench Pershing LLC, as Custodian; Jane F. Miller; Joyce I. Shelter; Lenexa Plaza Investors, Inc.; Loren E. Snyder; Marilyn Brodersen; Min Jen Shao; Pauline Lesley Teasdale Asset Protection Trust; PGMGI Trustee fbo Standard Group Reinsurance Co., Ltd, Steve Burke, Trustee; Podolsky Annual Gift Trust for Alana Podolsky, U/A/D 12/20/83; Podolsky Annual Gift Trust for Terri Podolsky, U/A/D 12/20/83; Richard L. Green and Bettye J. Green; Sarah Ann Howard Brookshire; Susan G. Griffin; Tessa Shao; The Channave Family Trust #3 dated 10/21/82; The Douglas M. Allan and Barbara J. Allan Revocable Living Trust Agreement; The Reed Trust dated 6/1/05, David S. Reed and Eleanor Reed, Trustee; he Seiji Paul Horio Living Trust; Donald Dale Geralds; Inez Shadid; John Shadid; Karl Ohs; Lonnie Kelly a/k/a Lonnie Francis Kelly; Robert Hadwiger; Unnamed Catholic Charity; 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 well in in the Des Moines common source of supply, for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 7, Township 12 North, Range 26 West and Fractional Section 12, Township 12 North, Range 27 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) The amendment of Order No. 171758, to authorize the drilling, completion and production of one (1) additional well described above. (b) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as the party authorized to drill, complete and produce the additional 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 8th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Ave., 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 No. (918) 491-4900.

Dressing up at Pioneer Days McKynlee Pridemore, Naitlee Aikins, Makaila Payne & Zech Payne BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

LAND COVERED: SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 12 NORTH, RANGE 26 WEST AND FRACTIONAL SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 12 NORTH, RANGE 27 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201306118-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: Arrowhead Exploration & Production Co.; Aspen Leaf, LLC; Burlington Resources Oil & Gas Company, LP; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; CHK Cleveland Tonkawa, LLC; George B. Crain and Debra H. Crain; Robert L. Hadwiger; Rockline Resources, LLC; William A. Hadwiger s/p/a William Hadwiger; 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 Des Moines common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 7, Township 12 North, Range 26 West and Fractional Section 12, Township 12 North, Range 27 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The well will be a horizontal well in the Des Moines common source of supply with the surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South East/West Location-ft Location-ft Surface Location NCT 100' FSL NCT 500' FWL Section 12-12N-27W First Perforation NCT 330' FSL NCT 500' FWL Section 12-12N-27W Last Perforation NCT 330' FNL NCT 500' FWL Section 12-12N-27W 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. The well is to be drilled as an exception to the well location provisions of Order No. 171758. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 1 and 13, Township 12 North, Range 27 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 8th day of October, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this application, contact RICHARD A. GRIMES, OBA #3627, Attorney for Applicant, 609 S. Kelly Ave., Suite K-4, Edmond, Oklahoma 73003, (405) 330-0725.

BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

DONE AND PERFORMED this 16th day of September, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

DONE AND PERFORMED this 16th day of September, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: LPXLP PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

09/19/2013  

Official newspaper of Roger Mills County

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