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Official Newspaper of Roger Mills County

VOLUME 114, NUMBER 1

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2013

America’s Favorite Old-Fashioned Big Top Circus is Coming to Town!

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. This authentic One-Ring, Big Top Circus has been featured on National Geographic’s Explorer TV series, Entertainment Tonight, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, Arizona Highways Magazine. It has also been featured on the A&E Special: Under the Big Top and most recently, On the Road with Circus Kids, a Nickelodeon special featured on the Nick News Program. Bring your friends and family out circus morning to watch as a familiar place in your town is transformed into a bustling Circus City. Activity swirls around the grounds as animals are unloaded, the Big Top is erected, and rigging is prepared for performances later in the day. Enjoy the magic and tradition of the American Circus with your family and create memories that will last a lifetime. 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. In recent years the Tent Raising and Morning Tour has become a popular program for families and interested community members. It is presented in a way everyone, young and old can learn many interesting facts about the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus Family and now we have a brand new tent! This is a special part of Circus Day that should not be missed. 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. Circus Day Schedule (times may vary) Between 9:30 & 10:00 a.m – Tent Raising & FREE Tour; 4:00 p.m. Midway Box Office Opens (pony rides, moonbounce, concessions and more); First Show 5:00-6:30 p.m.; Second Show 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Sharing the Blessings of Christmas Believe it or not, less than 4 months remain until Christmas. The best part of Christmas is the opportunity to share your abundance with the less fortunate. The time to start preparing to do that is now. There will be a meeting at the Cheyenne United Methodist Church fellowship hall September 9 at 6 p.m. to make preliminary

plans for the Angel Tree and Christmas Basket projects. These projects have become too large for the Sorosis Club to continue. The Sorosis Club has always received tremendous support from the area, but they would like for other organizations to take on more responsibility for these projects. If you have any interest in helping these worthy projects, please

Weekly Devotion The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree; they shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon. Pslam 92:12 James 1:12 says, “Blessed (happy, to be envied) is the man who is patient under trial and stands up under temptation, for when he has stood the test and been approved, he will receive [the victor’s] crown of life which God has promised to those who love Him.” Don’t get upset if somebody gives you a hard time today. Don’t get upset if you don’t get your way, or if somebody says or does something you don’t like. If you are set up for an upset, stay stable - it is only a test.

attend the meeting. Everyone is welcome and your input is needed. This is a great opportunity for churches, civic organizations, clubs, or any other group to reach out to the community. If you would like more information, please call Kathy Sadler, Carolyn Ford, Brittany Allen, or Sue Pearson.

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Pioneer Day Coming Soon! Auction Items in this Issue

The Annual Pioneer Day sponsored by the Historic RMP Board and Masonic Lodge#133 will be held on Saturday, September 14, 2013 in the Cheyenne City Park. There are many activities to enjoy. At 9:00 the local band and vocal music departments will lead in a Patriotic Program honoring our current servicemen and women as well as our Veterans. A Cowboy Poet will entertain in the Park Pavilion and then the Cheyenne FFA members will entertain with their “Farmhand Olympic Contests”. Concessions of Indian Tacos by Sr . Class of 2014 and hamburgers by the Boy Scouts will be served all day. Hands on pioneering activities of hand-crank ice cream, churning butter, slingshot contest, embroidery, old fashioned games, treadle sewing, quilting, Scavenger Hunt, etc. will begin about 9:30 in the air conditioned buildlings. The Quilt Show will be displayed in the Chapel. At 11:30 the Auction of quail, deer and turkey hunts on private land will begin; followed by a huge Donation Auction of all new items, such as an autographed OSU Football, TWO BEDLAM FOOTBALL tickets for December 7,

Two OU-TCU tickets for October 5, Autographed baseball by Drew Ward of Washington Nationals and MUCH, MUCH MORE. This is a Pioneer Day of activ-

ities and events we hope you and your family will come and enjoy on Saturday, September 14, 2013 in the Cheyenne City Park.

LEARNING...Donna Lucas shows youngsters how to knead bread at a past Pioneer Day Celebration. America’s Favorite Old-Fashioned

Cancer Awareness Walkathon this Friday in Cheyenne Cancer, the second leading cause of death in Oklahoma, seems like too huge of a problem to tackle for most of us. But high school student leaders across the state are helping to declare victory over cancer during Win-Win Week. Our students are encouraging healthy, cancer-free lifestyles and raising money to support cancer patients from all over Oklahoma. All of the funds raised stay right here in Oklahoma and will support patients treated at the Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center, Oklahoma’s only comprehensive academic cancer center. Cancer takes a terrible toll on Oklahomans. One in two men and one in three women in our state will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetimes. There are approximately 18,000 new cases of cancer every year in our state, and about 7,500 Oklahomans die every year from this disease. WinWin Week is a statewide effort to build cancer awareness among high school students by using their athletic events during the week of Sept. 9-13th to highlight cancer prevention. Students in our community are helping to prepare cancer prevention programs and raise funds to support Oklahoma cancer patients.

Win-Win Week is our opportunity to take on cancer, and the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association will award a state championship trophy to the school in each classification that has the most effective cancer prevention and fundraising programs. Schools that raise at least $10,000 will have a room named for them in the new Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center building in Oklahoma City, which opened last year. Cheyenne High School already has a room named after them years of previous participation.

How can we reduce the odds of getting cancer? Research shows that by eliminating tobacco from our lives, eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly, we can prevent up to half of all cancer deaths. If you need help to quit using tobacco, call toll-free 800-QUITNOW. Tobacco companies spend more than $213 million each year in Oklahoma to encourage us to use a product that includes the following carcinogens: arsenic, acetone, ammonia, cadmium, formaldehyde, hydrogen cyanide and polonium. More than 87,000 kids under the age of 18 in Oklahoma will die prematurely as a result of tobacco. The Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center is Oklahoma’s only comprehensive academic cancer center and has significant programs in cancer prevention and control, laboratory research, clinical research, clinical care and training for health care professionals. It is working toward National Cancer Institute designation as a “designated cancer center,” the gold standard of cancer research and treatment. For more information regarding the Cancer Center, visit www.StephensonCancerCenter.org.

NEWS-in-BRIEF 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.

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HOT DAY...Congressman Frank Lucas, R-Cheyenne, endured the heat on Saturday to greet parade watchers at the 75th Annual Rodeo of Champions Parade in Elk City. See more parade pictures on page 6A.


Page 2A ~ The Cheyenne Star Kevin & Erin Roberts; Sept 12: Jim & Jana Maddux;

CHEYENNE I hope everyone had a great Labor Day and enjoyed their Monday off. The temperatures were really hot until Monday and they cooled down into the 90's making it seem like we were having a 'cold front'! Ethan Smith, Tana Craven and I braved the heat to watch the 75th Rodeo of Champions Parade in Elk City. Amber Smith refused to go, stating it was just too hot and she was right! We sat across the street from the Beckey Smith family and enjoyed seeing Tara and Jon Smith from Dallas, Andrew Smith, James Smith, LaNell Vernon and kids. Accompanying us to the Rodeo that evening were Amber and my sister Beth and her two boys, Caleb and Trever. It was a good night for local talent and we were glad we got to cheer on Sage Kimzey and Kimberly Cockrell. The All Sports Membership Drive is this Friday, September 6th beginning at 5:30 PM. There will be softball and baseball games beginning at 4:30 and the Cancer Walkathon will be going on as well. Make plans to come out and enjoy the evening. There will be face painting, walking and bounce house in the Park. Be sure and check out the Pioneer Day Auction and Day Hunt Auction in this week's issue. There will be lots of great things auctioned off and the money raised will be used for the upkeep of the many museums in the City Park. We send our prayers and sympathy to the Kristy Kolb and Gene Whitson families. They will both be missed dearly. Happy Birthday to: Sept 6: Jenni Green, Pat VerSteeg; Sept 7: Jana Maddux, Mary Hendrickson, Shannon Maddux, Dixie Boyce; Sept 9: Kaitlyn Ogle, Patrick VerSteeg, Lou Ann Martin, Thomas McDaniel; Sept 10: Jami Bohanon, Oscar Diaz, Grace Roark, Matt Goodwin; Sept 11: McKenzi Moler, Christy Batchelor; Sept 12: Jr. Porter, Paisley Voboril, Jim Crawford; Happy Anniversary to: Sept 6: Judith & Jamey Herren; Sept 7:

CRAWFORD Sue Pearson I hope your Labor Day was as enjoyable as mine. Some of my family gathered at my home for a delicious meal and wonderful fellowship. The crowd consisted of Margie Stauber Martin, Roger and Lloydelle Martin Lester, Aubrey Martin Clark and daughter Rheannon, Sarah Lester Hammer with her children Ashlee, Callie, Tack, and Jake, David and Tressa Pearson, Adam Pearson, Christi Martin Lanier, and me. Everyone brought food so no one was overworked. We really missed Chris Clark and Brent Hammer, both of whom had to work. What a bummer! Sue Flowers' quilt is ready to start work on next Monday by the Crawford quilters. It is a beautiful friendship quilt from the 1930's. It will be easy to quilt and you will have fun with "the girls". I think we will be having potluck, if we are lucky. Gerald and Carolyn Montgomery had a whole houseful over the holiday weekend, and that is saying a lot. I don't know who all was there, but I know several of Carolyn's family were visiting. Nancy Lucas and Charlotte Lucas attended the parade and rodeo at Elk City Saturday. Reportedly, it was a good rodeo, but it was way too hot to be outside. Dorothy Caudel Smith has been sharing her cherry tomato crop with me. What a delicious snack; a small dish of salt and a big bowl of tomatoes and I'm set to read for several hours. Thank you, Dorothy. Labor Day is the last holiday of the summer and God blessed us with a gorgeous day. Even though I had lots to do Monday morning, when I went outside I had to sit on the porch awhile and enjoy the fabulous weather. The monthly fellowship meal at Crawford Church will be Sunday,

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the 8th. Please make every effort to be present. A business meeting will be held following dinner and there are some important decisions to be made. Get well wishes to Jesse Gibson who had his tonsils removed, He should be back in school by now and, hopefully, no more sore throat. This is a good year for insects and a bad year for those of us who battle them. In addition to grasshoppers and blister bugs, I am doing battle with gnats and mosquitoes. Mom has experienced a terrible influx of gnats. What is so bad about them, if you see one, there are about a gajillion of them close by. My family has made sumac jelly for a number of years. The jelly is sweet-tart and my husband, Dean, loved it. Many people thought we were trying to poison them when we served it, but it is not poisonous. In reading the book "Medicinal Wild Plants of the Plains, which I bought at the Battle of Washita gift shop, I discovered sumac was used by most Plains Indian tribes for bleeding disorders. The fruit was chewed by the Cheyenne's to stop toothache and relieve symptoms of a head cold. The Osage and Kickapoo tribes used sumac to treat tuberculosis. I'm still looking in the book for a cure or treatment for type 1 diabetes.

METCALFE MUSEUM Roger & Lloydelle Lester

Our visiting artist for our fall season is Curt Shelton of Pampa, Texas. Curt was introduced to us about a year ago by our friend Glenda Cecil Bockler who resides in California. Glenda grew up in the Durham community, knew the Metcalfe family,and visits The Metcalfe Museum when she is in western Oklahoma. Curt is the grandson of Estelle Cecil Shelton who also grew up in Durham. He is the grand-nephew of Glen Cecil, Glenda’s father. Curt’s parents were Dorothy and Charles Shelton who have since passed away. Curt never fails to give them credit for allowing him to develop his artistic ability. “My parents sometimes struggled from pay day to pay day, yet they found money to give me private art lessons from various teachers in Pampa” Curt says. He credits Alva Satterwhite, one of his grade school art teachers for helping him discover his talent. The title we have chosen for Curt���s display is “Seasons of Survival,” named after one of his paintings. Curt’s acrylics are bold and very expressive of his talent. He has chosen some grand titles for his art work. We count it an honor to be showing his work here in our gallery. The exhibit will be going up this afternoon (Tues. 9-3-13) and will run through November 30, 2013. Please be our guest as we display the art of this outstanding personality we have found in Curt

Shelton. Break O’Day Farm, Metcalfe Museum and Art Gallery are open March 1-November 30, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am until 5:00 am. Visit our web, www. metcalfemuseum.org or e-mail Metcalfe@dobsonteleco.com or call 580-655-4467.

CANADIAN CLUB Sunday dinner guests of Leroy and Juana Penry were Robyn and Rachel Penry and Luke Carpenter. Monday afternoon Leroy and Juana Penry visited in the home of Russ and Jo Cole with Cody and Shelby Cole of Lakin, Kansas, Jon and Charlotta Hefner of Edmond and Claire Edwards. Jarene McDowell made a business trip to Weatherford Wednesday. She met Laveta Burkhard and Jason Park and had lunch. Later that afternoon they visited the Bob Golden family. Thursday Laveta Burkhard and Jarene McDowell attended the memorial services for Laveta’s sister-in-law, Sarah Golden. Later that evening they returned to Laveta’s home in Del City. After a short visit and a little shopping Jarene returned home Saturday. Visitors in the home of Billy and Leah Broadbent this past week were Lesly, Morgan and Lawson Broadbent of Enid, Carl and Lori Baker of Canton, Drew Meyer and Lynn Broadbent both of Leedey, Gentry Meyer and Taylor Welty. Billy and Leah Broadbent made business trips to Munday, Texas and Amarillo this past week. Mick and Lily Kendall attended a cross country meet in Weatherford on Saturday to watch Lane and Ethan compete. Afterwards, they had lunch with Joel, Allison, Lane, and Ethan Kendall, Ross and Marsha Pile of Laverne, and Brody Fields of Edmond to celebrate Joel's birthday.

HAMMON Brenda Archer The temperatures have been pretty warm this week. However, the mornings and evening are cool. This pattern should stay for about the next ten days. Please continue to pray that God will bless us with moisture! We are still in the extreme drought category, but things are much better! Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Dale Minor. Dale passed away early Tuesday morning after a long battle with cancer. At the time of this writing no additional information is known. Please keep Nancy, Ryan and family, and Damon and family in your prayers. Movie Night at the Baseball Field—the Hammon junior high and high school Bible study groups would like to thank the community

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for their support throughout the year. Therefore, they are inviting the community to the first ever Saturday Night Movie Night on September 14, 2013 at the high school baseball field. The movie will be “A Mile in His Shoes”. There will be free hot dogs and drinks starting at 8:00 P.M. The movie will start at 8:30 P.M. Bring your lawn chair and come on down! It’s all FREE!!!!! Please remember those who are sick or shut-in in our community or those who have community ties. These people need our prayers and maybe drop them a card or stop by to visit for a few minutes. Concern list---Sharon Broadbent, Shirley Sparks, Ray Clark, Claire Hibler, Cynthia Dugger, Kasey Remy, Elvin Allen, Rhonda Lovelace, Janada Wilson Wing, Willie Eslinger, Geneva Miller, Katrina Thomas, Joe Cochran, Myrtle Drinnon, Mary Lou Barnard, Cathy (Walker) Nugent, Jesse Darby, Donna Bledsoe McNaught, Ed Tippens, Ruth Higgins, and Judy and Bob Marshall. The Helping Hammon’s Students Foundation has set up the HHS-Richard Megli Scholarship in honor of Mr. Megli and his 34 years of dedication to Hammon Public Schools. The scholarship will be an ongoing scholarship similar to the Eldon Payne Scholarship. Donations are tax deductible and can be made out to HHS-Richard Megli Scholarship Fund in care of Brenda Archer, 9502 N2040 Rd, Hammon, OK 73650. The First Baptist Church of Hammon would like to invite everyone to come and join them for services. Sunday School begins at

10:00 a.m. with Sunday morning services beginning at 11:00 a.m. and evening services at 6:30 p.m. FBC holds a Youth and Adult Bible study Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Pastor Winston Curtis also shares a message on Thursday mornings at 10:15 a.m. on 94.3 The Rock. The Community Fellowship Church ladies want to remind you that Shelly Goodall teaches a women’s class twice a month on Sunday Evenings. The church also live streams their services at churchsaid.org. or churchesaid. com on Sunday mornings. So tune in if you are unable to attend. Pastor Dolan Ivey invites everyone to come join in the Praise and Worship Services at the Hammon Community Fellowship Church. The Hammon Church of Christ morning services are at 10:45 A.M. each Sunday morning. The Sunday night service is at 6:00. There is a Bible Study on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 P.M. The church also posts information and news on Facebook under Hammon Church or visit www.hammonchurchofchrist.com. The Apostle Paul said "I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some of them." 1 Corinthians 9:22 (NKJ). Don’t forget the delicious meals served at the Hammon Senior Citizens Center every day Monday through Friday. Senior citizens now pay $4.00 and its $7.00 for anyone under 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!

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Thursday, August 29, 2013

NEWS-in-BRIEF PROJECT4KIDS BAPTIST PROGRAM

The P4K Program begins Wednesday, Sept., 4 at 5:30 until 7:00 p.m. for children aged Pre-K through Sixth Grade. The program includes music, Bible story, crafts, games, missions in rotations. If your child has not registered, please try to come about 5:15 to complete the form. We are asking that parents have their children come in the EAST door of the Cheyenne Baptist Church Building by the playground. Leaders will be inside that door to assist them. Parents will be picking up the children at the same place. With construction of the new Youth Building, this will be the safest way. If you have any questions, please call the church office at 497-3456.

PIONEER DAY NEEDS YOUR HELP

Some of the ladies who were going to help with the pioneering activities are unable to come. We could use people to knit and crochet and show others how. We could use several to churn butter for an hour each. We really need a couple to help with the treadle sewing project too. If you can help with any of these needs on Saturday, September 14, please call Barbara Little at the Pioneer Museum, 497-3882. Thank you!!

PHOTOGRAPHS AT PIONEER DAY

Children of all ages like to dress up and have their photograph taken. This year Melanie Cole is volunteering her time and expertise in the Ole Photo Booth at Pioneer Day, Saturday, Sept. 14. Plan now to attend this day of activities. Photos will be taken between 10:00 and 2:00.

GENEALOGY MEETING SEPT. 5

Sarah Hammer will be the guest speaker at the Monthly Genealogy Meeting to be held on Thursday, September 5 at 2:00 in the Cheyenne Library. Sarah has discovered that her line includes the infamous Hatfields and she has several humorous stories to share.

CHEYENNE FFA MEAT SALES

The Cheyenne FFA Chapter is selling Blue & Gold, T&D and DJ's Meat products until September 9th. Contact any Cheyenne FFA member or Mr. Torrance to purchase yours.

4-H CLOVERBUDS PROGRAM

The Roger Mills County Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service is pleased to announce there will be a new 4-H opportunity for children in Cheyenne. There will be a Cloverbud

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group starting soon for ages 5-8 years of age. Children will not only be learning about the different aspects of agriculture, but also about leadership skills, responsibility, and working with others. If you are interested in enrolling your child ages 5-8, please call Sarah Hammer at 983-2582 or the Extension Office at 497-3339. We will be releasing information as soon as our first meeting date is set.

Show will be held December 14, 2013. For more information, call 580-497-3318.

You are invited to the monthly Dempsey Social to be held on Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. Purcy Dale Walker and Carolyn Walker will be singing old time favorites, hymns, and country-western songs. The meal will be Barbeque with all the fixings. Families may bring a dessert. See you there.

Do you have residential or commercial property for rent in Roger Mills County? Be sure and call the Chamber and they will include it on their listing. Call Cindy at 580-497-3318 to include your rental property.

WALKERS TO BE AT DEMPSEY SOCIAL

PIONEER DAY QUILT SHOW

STORY TIME on THURSDAY

Due to a calendar conflict, Story Time at the Library is now on alternate Thursdays with Craft Day. We will see you on Sept 12 for Craft Time and Sept 19 for Story Time for a special dinosaur themed story.

CHAMBER RENTAL LISTING

CIRCLE of CARE MEETING

The Annual Pioneer Day Quilt Show will be held on September 14, 2013 in the Chapel in the City Park. Quilts will be received for the Show on Friday, September 13 between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. at the Chapel. A prize winner will be drawn from the names of the exhibitors at 3:00, Pioneer Day. If you have additional questions, please call Elaine Olson, 580.928.2877.

The Circle of care will meet at the First Methodist Church on Thursday September 5th. We will be discussing the contents of the clothes closet weather it will be only clothes or weather there will be other items available. If you are interested please come to this open meeting where we will discuss this and make decision. The meeting will begin at 5:00 o'clock. Thank you for supporting the Clothes Closet.

The Cheyenne United Methodist Church will have Roundup Sunday on, September 8th. This is a time to round everyone back up from summer activities and be a part of a fun filled Western Day. You are encouraged to wear Western attire and bring your pot luck dish for Family Dinner following the worship service.

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.

UMC ROUND-UP SUNDAY

RMC EMS Board Meeting

The regular scheduled meeting for the Roger Mills Emergency Medical Services Board on Sept. 17th at 6:00 p.m. is rescheduled for a special meeting on Tuesday Sept. 24th at 6:00 p.m. at the Cheyenne Ambulance Barn.

STRONG CITY BAPTIST CELEBRATION

CHAMBER COOKBOOK

Send your favorite recipes and crafts to the Chamber for their new cookbook. Send to PO Box 57, Cheyenne 73628 or email to cheyennecoc@yahoo.com.

DAR MEETING IN CLINTON

The first meeting of the Washita Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be held Sept 9 at the Café Clinton in Clinton, OK beginning at 11:00 AM. If you are 18 or older, have or think you have an ancestor that was a Patriot and would like to belong to this organization, you are welcome to attend the meeting. Our goals are education, patriotism and historical preservation.

CHAMBER CRAFTS SHOW

It is time to reserve your booth space at the annual Cheyenne-Roger Mills Chamber Christmas Arts & Crafts Show. The

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Roger Mills County Court Records The following actions were filed in the District Court of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma the week of August 26-30, 2013. CRIMINAL - Felony State of Oklahoma vs. Leslie L. Kendall - Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol; Obstructing an Officer and Speeding 15 mph over; CRIMINAL - Misdemeanor State of Oklahoma vs. Christopher Paul Bales - Driving with License Suspended and Speeding 21-25 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Kinya Lea Price - Obtaining Cash or Merchandise by Bogus Check; State of Oklahoma vs. Clayton Dakota Estus - Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance - Marihuana; Possession or Selling Paraphernalia while using a Motor Vehicle; State of Oklahoma vs. Joseph David Meek - Driving Under Suspension; PROBATE In the Matter of the Estate of Clifford Melton Morris, deceased - Attorney Gary McKnight; In the Matter of the Estate of Homer Clifford Mueller deceased - Attorney Jack Ivester; In the Matter of the Estate of Bernard J. Meinerz, deceased Attorney Jack Ivester; TRAFFIC State of Oklahoma vs. Cory Dewayne Griffith - Speeding 21-25

mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Timothy Paul Bradford - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Justin Earl Reynolds - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Scott Paul Garcia - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Travis Lee Danner - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Justin Paul Roberts - Speeding 15 mph over and Operating Motor Vehicle without being licensed or with expired DL; State of Oklahoma vs. Roger Wayne Boone - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. James Christopher Bailey - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Gregory Eli Spears - Seat Belt Violation; State of Oklahoma vs. Russel Don Ablers - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. Daniel Lee Conner Fike - Speed not Reasonable & Proper; State of Oklahoma vs. Mitchel William Fults - Speeding 1-10 mph over; State of Oklahoma vs. David Eric Dudley - Speeding 1-10 mph over; There will not be any changes or exceptions to the publication of these records.

GUN CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Saturday, October 5, 2013 • 11 a.m. Elk City Convention Center Elk City, Oklahoma

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Churches/Obituaries

Everett E. "Gene" Whitson

Everett E. "Gene" Whitson was born April 3, 1942 near Heavener, Oklahoma. Gene was the 5th of 10 children born to Alice Amanda and Thomas Theodore Whitson. He passed away September 2, 2013 at Cheyenne, Oklahoma at the age of 71 years, 4 months and 29 days. Gene's family moved to Cheyenne in 1945 and with the exception of a short time in California, he lived in Roger Mills and Ellis Counties all of his life. On May 23, 1960, Gene married to Shirley Archer at Strong City, Oklahoma. To this union 2 children were born, Jymay and Judy. Gene worked hard all of his life. He milked for some of the dairy farmers around the county, did highway construction and worked for Dean Krober and Alvin Flesher. Gene worked for the Santa Fe Railroad until year after the line was abandoned in Roger Mills County for a total of 11 years. Gene then went to worked for the Department of

Transportation, retiring after 19 years. Nothing was more important to Gene than his family. He loved helping and being the "fix-it" guy for his kids. He loved his grandchildren and was always so proud of them. He was preceded in death by his parents, parents-in-law, Earl and Cordelia Archer, and one brother, Charlie. He is survived by his wife, Shirley, of the home; his children, Jymay McLeod of Strong City, OK and Judy Wells and husband, Roy, of Cheyenne, OK; 4 grandchildren, Jenniifer Wells Hise and husband, Landon, of Hobart, OK, Travis Wells of Blackwell, OK, Mac Wells of Cheyenne, OK, Alexandra McLeod of Cheyenne, OK; 4 brothers and 4 sisters, Cleo Pierce of Cheyenne, OK, Della Mae Andrews and husband, Henry, of Cheyenne, OK, Lloyd Whitson and wife, Betty, of Burns Flat, OK, Joe Whitson of Cheyenne, OK, of Orbie Whitson and wife, Wanda, of Cheyenne, OK, Fern Boyett and Boyd Whipkey of Cheyenne, OK, Roberta Williamson and husband, Don, of Fritch, TX, Mike Whitson and wife, Sue, of Mustang, OK; many nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 2:00 PM at the Cheyenne First Baptist Church. Burial will be at the Cheyenne Cemetery under the directions of Rose Chapel Funeral Service. Condolences can be made online at www.whineryfs.com.

Kristi Kolb Kristi Kolb was born March 8, 1955 in Lamesa, Texas to Wilma Grace and James McNew. She passed away August 28, 2013 at her home in Cheyenne, Oklahoma at the age of 58 years, 5 months and 20 days. Kristi grew up in Seminole, Texas and graduated from high school in 1973. After graduation, she attended Howard County Junior College to further her education. She returned to Seminole, Texas and began raising her children. She was later married to James Alton Kolb in Seminole, Texas on February 20, 1982. After their marriage, they moved to San Angelo, Texas for a short period before moving to Lubbock, Texas where they spent the next 20 years. In 2003 Kristi and James moved to Cheyenne where she was employed with Dobson as an office administrator. Kristi enjoyed reading, entertaining her friends and spending time with her family and especially her

grandchildren. Kristi could light up a room with her smile, her laughter and her words of wisdom, that left no in doubt where she stood on any subject. She is survived by her husband, James, of the home; her children, Cody Hughes and wife, InaShay, Big Spring, TX and Kori Hughes, Lubbock, TX; 2 grandchildren, Addyson and Landon Hughes, Big Spring, TX; her father, James McNew, Muleshoe, TX; her mother, Wilma Stephens, Bryan, TX; 1 sister, Gayle Brakefield and husband, Lee, Bryan, TX; 1 brother, Steve McNew, Mesquite, NV and a host of other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to the American Heart Association in Kristi's name. Services will be held Sunday, September 1, 2013 at 2:00 pm at Cheyenne United Methodist Church officiated by Pastor Woody Hamon. Condolences can be made online at www.whineryfs.com

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Issues of Life Pastor Andy Taylor

Bible Study? Luke records in the book of Acts an insightful story of enquiry. An Ethiopian eunuch of great authority that took charge under the reign of Candace the queen of Ethiopia had traversed a huge amount of terrainin order to go to Jerusalem for purpose of worship. The distance between Jerusalem and Ethiopia would have been at that time approximately 1600 miles. Given that the eunuch was in a chariot, he could have journeyed nearly 50-60 miles a day which would have taken him a month to navigate and that does not include stops to refresh his horse or problems he may have encountered along the way. This man went to great lengths for a worship service and he spent his time studying while on that journey as indicated by Acts 8:30. This devout man of power and authority possessed a profound desire for truth. The heart of one that seeks the truth is evident through his desire to study (Ps. 1:1-3; John 14:15). When the Holy Spirit led Philip the evangelist to the eunuch, Philip asked if the eunuch if he understood what he was reading (Acts 8:30), in other words he asked if he would like to study the scriptures with this eunuch. Philip reached out this individual through study which is clearly an essential part of the Christian life (2 Tim. 2:15; Heb. 2:1; 2 Peter 1:9-10; 2 Peter 3:14). Christ instructed the Christians to go out and teach (Mat. 28:18-20; Mark 16:15-16; 2 Tim. 4:2). The eunuch could have made up some excuse to not have a Bible study (I have heard plenty) or he could have simply said, “I am not going to have a Bible study with you!” (words that I have heard too often) Fortunately for this traveler, his heart was seeking the truth, and in his mind, he could never learn too much (Acts 8:31-35; Mat. 6:33; Heb. 11:6). How can anyone who seeks to study their Bible and claims to be a Christian deny someone the chance to study the Bible with them and share their knowledge of study? What would have happen to the eunuch if he had rejected Philip? He would have missed his chance to learn about something that changed his life for the better (Acts 8:36-39). Studying the Bible is how a Christian grows in the knowledge of Christ (2 Peter 2:2; 3:18; Eph. 4:15); it is how Christians show themselves approved of God (2 Tim. 2:15; 1 Thess. 2:4); it is how a Christian can instruct others (Gal. 6:6; Heb. 5:12-14); it is how a Christian is made perfect (2 Tim. 3:16-17; Ps. 119:98-100). We should always capitalize on every opportunity we have to study the word of God.

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“The former account I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach, until the day in which He was taken up” Acts 1:1-3 There has been a premium put on Biblical knowledge by the religious masses of our day, and rightly so. It is the Bible that gives us the oracles of God. It’s an amazing Book! The Truth contained there is timeless and is as relevant for our generation as it was for generations hundreds of years ago. The problem is not that there’s not enough great teaching. The problem is, as I see it, that we have elevated knowledge and the gaining of information over actually ‘encountering’ the Father and literally having a relationship with Him. It’s what Jesus came to do; to enable us to relate to God, the Creator of the Universe, exactly like He did! The Bible, itself, gives a disclaimer when talking about knowledge; it’s a warning, so to speak, that knowledge ‘puffs’ one up. Knowledge, even Biblical knowledge, has the potential to cause one to swell up with pride. It’s almost to the point in modern religious circles that the one with the most knowledge wins. Whoever can expound the Scriptures the best will be the most successful preacher, pastor or whatever. In fact, one could be great at breaking open the Word, have a huge church and be known far and wide but never really know the Father. That would be tragic; in fact it is tragic! It happens all the time in churches of every flavor. We know a lot….but do we really know Him?

Thank You I would like to thank all my family and friends for helping me celebrate my birthday. Thank you for all the cards, gifts and flowers and especially all the good wishes. Thank you, Kim Payne, for the wonderful German Chocolate Birthday Cake. It was truly a wonderful birthday, Faye Hensley

Trust the Lord with all your heart, and don’t depend on your own understanding. Proverbs 3:5

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The problem with this world is that it doesn’t fit. Oh, it will do for now, but it isn’t tailor-made. We were made to live with God, but on earth we live by faith. We were made to live forever, but on this earth we live but for a moment. We must trust God. We must trust not only that he does what is best but that he knows what is ahead. Ponder the words of Isaiah 57:1-2: “The good men perish; the godly die before their time and no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to realize that God is taking them away from the evil days ahead. For the godly who die shall rest in peace.” My, what a thought. God is taking them away from the evil days ahead. Could death be God’s grace? Could the funeral wreath be God’s safety ring? As horrible as the grave may be, could it be God’s protection from the future? Trust in God, Jesus urges, and trust in me.

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

75th Rodeo of Champions Parade ~ Elk City, OK

Jim McClellan & Crew of Roll, Oklahoma

LEADING THE WAY...Bennie Beutler of Beutler & Son Rodeo leads the Chain Longhorns down the streets of Elk City during the 75th annual Rodeo of Champions Parade.

Cheyenne 100 years Ago By Dale Tracy. Work on the Cheyenne Short Line Railroad continues and it will be but a short time before the road will be completed. Steel gang has been working ever since they started about two weeks ago. The road is expected to be completed by September 15. About a month ago the report was sent out over the country that Boots Fields has been arrested and taken to Hemphill Co. Texas to answer a charge of larceny of cattle. This report is erroneous and the facts are these: On or about August 1, a herd of cattle belonging to Jess Yoakley, who lives in Canadian were missing and was thought by the officers of Hemphill Co. that these cattle were being moved into Oklahoma. So the officers at this place were notified and the cattle were located in Fields’ pasture, about three miles north of Cheyenne. Sheriff Tipps of Canadian, who came to this place the same night and was accompanied back to Canadian by Boots, who was placed under arrest the following day in that city. On the warrant charging him as an accomplice. The other person being made principle to the case. Mr. Fields and the other person were later indicted by the Grand Jury and the principle in the case went on trial. Evidence in the case as was introduced by the State was not sufficient as to convict the principle in the case and consequently, the case against Fields was dismissed. In order to make this a little clearer, we will say that the principle in the case was an employ of Yoakly and had full power to do as he pleased with the cattle. No evidence was introduced to show that there was any intention of stealing the cattle. Mrs. A.F. Pierce passes away after a long illness. She was a member of

the Baptist Church here. She leaves a husband, two daughters, one named Mrs. R.M. Harper of Butler, OK and two sons. She was 50 years old and laid to rest in the Cheyenne Cemetery. The first bale of cotton of the season was marketed in Cheyenne last Mon. by C.J. Cherry, who lives near Carpenter. Cotton was purchased by C. White of the Williams Miller Gin at 4 cents. He received a $14 premium and the bale netted him $66.40. Margie Falconer advertises that she will teach music to a limited number of students. Comm-issioner Stone Taylor was here looking after the interests of the taxpayer of this district at a meeting of the Board of Co. Commissioners which was in session Monday. Prof. W.L. Breckner, Supt. of the Cheyenne Public School returned last Mon. from Missouri, where he spent his vacation. Area residents in town last week: A.L. Hale of Hammon; C.A. Bennett of Crawford; Shell Caffey of Hammon; H.O. Hopkins of Hammon; F.E. Herring of Elk City; D.W. Tracy of Sayre; J.W. Majors; Anzley Ellis near Grand; Atty. J.W. McMurtry of Hammon; W.W. Funston of Rankin; Geo. Scott of Strong City; Ira Morton of near Herring; Charles Cross of Strong City. Miss Mae Cofer was the winner of the piano contest sponsored by Herring & Young. Strong City baseball team came over last Sun. crossed bats with the local club. Final score 6-9 in favor of the visiting team. Several families from the country have already moved into town in order to send their children to our excellent public school. Miss Lunetta Evans of Cheyenne left last Sat. for Berlin where she has accepted a position in the public school at that place.W.H. Lee and

John C. Casady made business trip to Strong City last Fri. Judge John C. Hendricks of Sayre is attending District Court this week. Jess Williams made final proof of his homestead. Prof. Johnston, instructor of the band at this place, has organized an orchestra, composed of about 12 pieces. In a short time they will be prepared to play at all public gatherings. D.G. Suiter of Crawford is doing jury service this week. Cheyenne Star, Sep. 4, 1913

Washita Cowboy Fellowship Church Terry & Gayla Thompson

Cheyenne 50 Years Ago By Melanie Cole -- The first bale of cotton from the 1963 crop was brought to Cheyenne Tuesday, September 4. For the seventh time in the past 8 years Carl Noblitt of Strong City brought in the first bale. Another new business will open in Cheyenne next Saturday. This will be the Wells Insurance Agency, owned and operated by Mrs. "Nig" Wells. It will be located in the Burns Building, first door west of the office of Harry C. Chapman, attorney. Roger Mills County farmers, including Dale Mackey, Berlin; Claude Smith, Storng City; Hack Webb, Hammon; James Orgain, Strong City; Earl Tucker, Grimes and Glenn Kendall, Cheyenne witnessed the advance demonstration of the new International Tractors in Oklahoma City. Four Roger Mills County farms sold well at public auction last week. The farms were owned by

Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Allen. 272 acres, 4 miles north of Roll in the Canadian River Valley sold to Jack Allen for $39,500; 160 acres, 1 mile south of Crawford purchased by Ray Edgington and Jack B. White for $13,900; 314 acre farm adjoining the town of Crawford was sold to Jack Allen for $35,000; and 1120 acres located 9 miles north of Reydon purchased by Clyde Earle for $57,000. W.D. Warkentin, new county agent for Roger Mills County, has moved to Cheyenne. Patrons of the Security State Bank have noticed the absence of Mrs. Uburn Prestridge, who has resigned due to ill health. "Miss Ethel" will be missed greatly as she had become a symbol of the bank during her more than thirty years of employment. Mr. Frank Dodson was kicked by a horse Sunday evening. His leg was not broken but painfully bruised. The Cheyenne Star September 5, 1963

Murl & Marie Little of Cheyenne

My name is Krissy and I was diagnosed with heart disease when I was 18 months old. I received my first heart transplant when I was five – and my second transplant when I was eight. After that I did pretty well until I was 17 – but the next few years I was in and out of the hospital with signs of congestive heart failure. By June 2009, I was put back on the waiting list for another transplant. In October 2009, I received my ‘forever’ heart - and I plan on it lasting that long. Since then, I married my husband, Brian, have built a career – and we are planning a family. All these things were made possible by a young woman named Mariee, and her compassionate family. She is and will always be my hero.

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The Two Faces of August Gary McManus, Associate State Climatologist, Oklahoma Climatological Survey -- The unusually mild and wet conditions of July continued into August for a couple of weeks, but summer returned with a vengeance to finish out the month. The rains disappeared after week two, and then a summer-like heat wave arrived during the final week. Despite that late heat, the month still managed to finish a tad on the cool side overall. According to preliminary data from the Oklahoma Mesonet, the statewide average temperature was 80.1 degrees. 0.3 degrees below normal and the 49th coolest August since records began in 1895. The abundant rainfall during the first two weeks of the month, mainly across the northern two-thirds of Oklahoma, pushed the statewide average into the surplus territory at 3.04 inches, about a quarter-inch above normal. That ranks the month as the 51st wettest August on record. The southern third of the state missed out on the bountiful moisture and finished from 20-80 percent of normal for the month. Hugo and Newport finished with less than a quarter-inch of rainfall for the month, and many other locations across southern Oklahoma saw less than an inch. The northern twothirds of the state recorded more generous totals with numerous amounts between 5-7 inches. The climatological summer (June-August) had two distinct rainy periods that vaulted it up the wet side of the rankings – the first half of June and then mid-July through mid-August. The statewide average for the summer finished at 12.50 inches, 2.73 inches above normal to rank as the 24th wettest on record. Oklahoma City's official measurement site at Will Rogers recorded 18.15 inches of rain from June through August to finish with its sixth wettest summer season on record. Oklahoma City records date back to 1891. Its January-August total of 45.19 inches ranks as the wettest in the city's history. In contrast, the Mesonet site at Altus recorded a paltry 4.7 inches of rain during the summer and an equally depressing 11.5 inches for the first nine months of

the year. Only the Mesonet stations in the western Panhandle recorded less from January through August. The return to a more summer-like rainfall pattern the last two weeks of the month put the brakes on any continued drought relief, and actually reversed it across parts of the state. The U.S. Drought Monitor report released on August 28 indicated that 38 percent of the state was suffering from at least moderate drought, up from 33 percent the previous week. Most of that increase came from southern Oklahoma. It is still a vastly different story than one year ago in late August when 100 percent of the state was entrenched in drought, including 90 percent in the extreme to exceptional categories, the two worst possible on the Monitor's intensity scale. Still, the summer rains allowed for great strides. As much as 59 percent of the state was experiencing drought at the end of May. The Drought Monitor's worst two categories, severe and exceptional, dropped from 27 percent at the end of May to 10 percent at the end of August. The September outlooks from the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) give equal chances for above-, below- or near-normal temperatures and rainfall for all of Oklahoma. The U.S. Monthly Drought Outlook for September shows drought persisting across all areas of Oklahoma where it currently exists, although no new areas of drought development are expected by CPC. The latest odds continue to favor neutral conditions in the equatorial pacific waters for the second straight cool season, so the development of either El Niño or La Niña appears unlikely at this time. La Niña favors warmer and drier weather during the cool season across the southern third of the United States, including Oklahoma, while El Niño favors wetter and cooler conditions. Neutral conditions tilt the odds more towards normal with perhaps more variability. The La Niña episodes of 2010-11 and 2011-12 helped fuel the dry and warm weather that was so persistent through that period.

Special session in September By State Rep. Mike Sanders A special session called by Governor Mary Fallin will begin September 3 and likely last two weeks. The session is in response to an Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling, 7-2, that a 2009 lawsuit reform bill broke the single-subject rule in the Oklahoma Constitution. The court’s ruling was severely criticized by Andrew Spiropoulous, a constitutional scholar. Spiropoulous called the court an “unaccountable political body” imposing its political will “without sufficient legal justification.” Specifically, he noted the inconsistency of the court’s single-subject rulings and that they were ignoring the language of the state constitution that does allow multiple subtopics within a general subject area. The 2009 lawsuit reform legislation was complex and had many components, but all fell within the subject area of lawsuit reform. In order to re-enact this legislation, we are breaking it up and putting each component into a single bill, so that the court cannot claim it is breaking the single-subject rule. This would be a tedious process and a difficult one to undergo during regular session, when there are a myriad of other topics we have to address. As special sessions have become less common, the governor’s announcement has become a point on which her detractors have focused on in order to score polit-

ical points. Yes, holding a special session costs money. However, it is a drop in the bucket compared to the money we are all spending on health care because of how the current system forces providers to pay to protect themselves from the threat of frivolous lawsuits. A 2008 study by the Perryman Group reported that Texas created 223,700 jobs and decreased medical liability insurance premiums by 21.3 percent after implementing lawsuit reforms, specifically a cap on non-economic or “pain and suffering” damages. Thirty states have hard caps in place. State lawmakers are hesitant to delay Oklahoma’s opportunity to benefit from the reform. Frivolous lawsuits drive up the cost of doing business in Oklahoma. They are irresponsible and cost jobs, which leads our children and grandchildren to have to seek jobs outside the state. Nellie and I are the parents of two young boys and we want nothing more than to have our boys go to school here, get good jobs and raise their families in Oklahoma. Lawsuit reform, because of its importance and because of the tedious process that the court is forcing lawmakers to undertake in order to enact it, warrants a special session. As always, I would love to hear from you. I regularly check the calls I receive at the Capitol office at (405) 557-7407.

Third District Students Should Remember to Apply for Service Academies Earlier this year, I announced that the application process for our nation’s service academies had started. As it gets closer to the deadline, I want to remind students interested in serving our nation through the academies to apply. For years, the United States Service Academies have offered students a priceless military experience, the opportunity to serve our country, and a first-class education. Each academy offers a free college education at a highly-ranked, nationally-recognized institution, while preparing them for an officer’s commission in one of the four branches of the Armed Forces. The branches that require Congressional nomination are the Air Force Academy, the Merchant Marine Academy, the Military Academy at West Point and the Naval Academy. The fifth service academy, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, doesn’t require a Congressional nomination. In order for students to obtain a nomination, they must be a U.S. citizen at the time they enter the academy. They must also be between the ages of 17 and 23,

unmarried with no legal obligation to support a child or dependent, and a legal resident of the Third Congressional District of Oklahoma. The deadline for accepting applications is October 15, 2013, and personal interviews will be held in November. I look forward to announcing the nominees at the end of this year. If you have questions about the application process or are interested in applying, please contact Allison Litterell in my district office at (405) 373-1958, or visit my web site at http://lucas.house. gov/serving-you/military-academy-nominations. In addition to providing nominations to service academies, as your representative, I also provide many other services to my constituents. I can assist you in dealings with federal agencies, help you plan tours during visits to Washington D.C., assist you with federal grants, and provide many other valuable resources. For more information on the constituent services my office provides, please visit my website at http://lucas. house.gov/serving-you.

GOLF SCRAMBLE: Results of the weekly Golf Scramble held at the Cheyenne Golf Course for September 1st - There were two teams that competed in the scramble. The winning team of Caleb Kirk, Larry Burns and James Maddux shot a 7 under par and James Maddux was closest to the pin. The golf scramble is held every Sunday at 2 PM!!!

Gearing Up for Special Session By State Rep. Todd Russ The state Legislature is gearing up to return to the Capitol for special session to reconsider the comprehensive tort reform law that was passed in 2009 but struck down by the state Supreme Court in June. The Court ruled the law was unconstitutional because it violated the state Constitution’s “single-subject rule,” which prohibits legislative bills from dealing with more than one subject. It is important to note that the Court found no issue with the substance of the law, only that a technicality in how the bill was assembled had been violated. Earlier this month, Gov. Mary Fallin issued an executive order to convene the Legislature in special session beginning September 3 to reconsider components of House Bill 1603. To be honest, I would prefer that we save the taxpayers’ money and deal with this issue next February during regular session, but I also understand why the governor and the business and medical communities want this issue resolved as soon as possible. The fact is, frivolous lawsuits are bad for our economy and bad for your pocketbook. Some attorneys are very careful about filing responsible law suits but, unfortunately, there are also many that rack up numerous law suits on unfounded claims knowing they will likely get something as settlement just from the sheer intimidation to the defendant being sued. When a business is forced to pay damages or settle a frivolous claim, they don’t just take a loss; they pass those costs on to consumers in the form of higher prices for products and services. Likewise, physicians don’t just absorb the absurdly high insurance premiums they pay to protect themselves from medical malpractice claims; they pass those costs on to patients in the form of higher costs for their services. And tort reform is not a partisan

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issue. Both Democrats and Republicans realize the need to bring the abuse of our civil judicial system under control. In fact, when House Bill 1603 originally passed in 2009, the House of Representatives passed the measure by a vote of 86-13 while the Senate passed the measure by a vote of 42-5. Former Gov. Brad Henry, a Democrat, signed the bill into law. Some studies have found that states that have a combination of high tax rates and weak civil justice and workers compensation laws are essentially closing their doors to economic growth. They are, in essence, telling businesses that “we will charge you more for being here.” So the answer to the question of whether or not we should be going back in to session is “maybe – maybe not,” depending on whether you are the one being sued or the one suing. Oklahoma has made great strides in addressing these issues during the last eight years, and I am willing to go back to work on behalf of our citizens to ensure that we position our great state as a place where current businesses want to stay and expand and where businesses from other states want to relocate to when their state’s make them feel unwelcome. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to represent you at the Capitol. As always, I will keep you updated on the status of our great state. God bless you and God bless Oklahoma! As always, feel free to contact me at (405) 557-7312 or at todd. russ@okhouse.gov.

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Page 8A ~ The Cheyenne Star

Jim Logan Wins Wrangler Award

Hensley Reunion The 30th Hensley Family Reunion was held Labor Day Weekend at the Hensley Home Place near Durham, Oklahoma. (This includes the Hensley, Bachmann, Boswell, and Lutz families.) We visited, shared pictures, and remembered many funny, happy and wonderful times. Those who were unable to attend were greatly missed. Lots of good food! The craft table always is good, and provides the money for next year's reunion. Those in attendance were: Randy Hensley, Meridan, TX; Mike, Cindy, Chris & Austin Wall, Dale & Pat Hensley, Meagan Pearce, Clovis, NM; Kathy Huerta, Fort Worth, TX; Jay & Teresa Sibley, Kevin, Rachel & Sophia Wilson, Glen Bill Barney & Zackery,

Thursday, September 5, 2013

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 weeks ending August 23, 2013. DAVID GOMEZ COOPER appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on August 26, 2013, and entered an initial appearance for violation of his probation for the offense of Domestic Assault and Battery By Strangulation and bond was set at $100,000. LESLIE LANCE KENDALL appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on August 26, 2013, and entered an initial appearance for the alleged offenses of DUI, Count 1; Obstructing Officer, Count 2; and Speeding, Count 3; and bond was set at $20,000. CHRISTOPHER PAUL BALES appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on August 27, 2013, and HONORED…Jim Logan, known to many in the Cheyenne entered a plea of guilty for the area, has written another fine article for the September/ offenses of DUS, Count 1; and Speeding, Count 2; and pursuant October issue in Oklahoma Today. His piece is titled "Red to a plea agreement, sentencing Hills and Diamond Skies." It features Roger Mills County was deferred for 1 year and he was "Sagebrush Artist" Augusta Metcalfe and the Break O'Day ordered to pay a fine of $100.00 on Farm and Metcalfe Museum. Here Jim poses with his Count 1, $35.00 on Count 2, pay daughters Jill and Anne after receiving the coveted Wran- court costs and complete 24 hours of community service. gler Award presented by the National Cowboy & Western SEVERO ZAMORA appeared Heritage Museum. Jim received the award for his story, before Judge Pat VerSteeg on "The Other Trail." a historic profile of the Great Western August 27, 2013, and entered a Cattle Trail that appeared in the March/April 2012 issue of plea of guilty for the offense of Obtaining Cash or Merchandise the bestDon’t western magazine article 2x2 ads may run Oklahoma anywhereToday. in yourBeing newspaper. forget to remind your By classifi department to to Bogused Check and pursuant of the year. (Photo provided) a plea agreement, sentencing was download the line ads for this week at deferred for two years and he was www.okpress.com/ocan - CHOOSE THE AD SIZE CLOSEST TO YOUR COLUMN WIDTH ordered to pay court costs and $1,594.00 restitution. ALAYNA J. ZOTIGH appeared

Weatherford, OK; Marvin & Eltha Hensley, Calvin & Julia Bachmann, Ronald & Darlene Hensley, Durham, OK; Nelda Davis, Eldon & Melba Boswell, Mark Boswell, Wanda Purcell, Glen & Sherry Hensley, Cheyenne, OK; J.T. & Lisa Boswell, Edmond, OK; Jack & Kathy Boyd, Guymon, OK; Morris & Frances Hensley, Killeen, TX; Addie & Norma Hensley, Pampa, TX; Roberta Bachmann, Sayre, OK; Russell Winder, Crawford, OK. Thanks to Dale & Pat Hensley, Ronald Hensley, Glen Hensley, and all who made this such a Happy Occasion for us. Next year, the Hosts and Hostesses will be Randy & Kat Hensley, Mike and Cindy Wall, and Jay and Teresa Sibley. It will be held at the same place and same time next year.

ZONE: 1 for week of August 25, 2013 Cassandra Griffin & Joshua Reed Shower: September 21st

Jake Sadler & Jennie Sides Shower: September 15th

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before Judge Pat VerSteeg on August 27, 2013, and entered a plea of guilty for violation of her probation for the offense of Resisting An Officer, and pursuant to a plea agreement, she was sentenced to 1 year in the Roger Mills County Jail, to serve 30 days and the balance of her sentence was suspended and she was ordered to pay court cost and fees. ALAYNA J. ZOTIGH appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on August 27, 2013, and entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Petit Larceny, and pursuant to a plea agreement, she was sentenced to 6 months in the Roger Mills County Jail, to serve 30 days and the balance of her sentence was suspended and she was ordered to pay court cost, fees, and $25.06 restitution. ALAYNA J. ZOTIGH appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on August 27, 2013, and entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Assault and Battery, and pursuant to a plea agreement, she was sentenced to 90 days in the Roger Mills County Jail, to serve 30 days and the balance of her sentence was suspended and she was ordered to pay court cost and fees. SYNTHIA MARIE NICKEL appeared before Judge Pat VerSteeg on August 27, 2013, and entered a plea of guilty for the offense of Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance Within 1,000 Feet of School or Park and pursuant to a plea agreement, sentencing was deferred for 5 years, and she was ordered to serve 22 days in the Roger Mills County Jail, attend AA/NA, pay a fine of $1,000 and pay court costs.

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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Legals

Page 1B ~ The Cheyenne Star

Strong City in the 50's By Patricia A. Goddard (Patsy Archer) -- I lived in Strong City, Oklahoma from July 2, 1940 (my birth) until May, 1956 when my family moved to Amarillo, Texas, the year I was to be a Junior in high school at Cheyenne. As a typical 15 year old, I thought my life was over as I was a cheerleader for the Bearettes, along with Barbara Gaynor. My sister, Billie was drill captain and nothing was more exciting than to don my black pleated skirt, orange sweater and saddle oxfords, to march at halftime during the boy’s basketball games. After 50+ years I still remember some of those drills… I didn’t die, of course, but I have fond memories of growing up there, and would love to share them with you. Life was very different then. We didn’t have cell phones, I pods, Electronic note books and all sorts of things kids carry around now...we were pretty simple then, life was uncomplicated and good friends were “good friends” I still remember (after 60 years) and know some of you readers might enjoy this account of life in the 50’s in Strong City. Strong City, a small (very small) town in northwestern Oklahoma was founded sometime around the middle 1800’s. It was old by the time I hit the world and most of the town, already in ruins, sat on the side of a hill sloping up from the banks of the Washita River. At the foot of the hill were the river and a train track. Next came our home/ post office/service station combination, Dad's garage, a Nazarene Church, Conally Rodens’ phone office, a general store (ran by the Hunt family), a Baptist Church, a few old houses occupied by older people, a black water tower and across the top of the hill, a school and a Cemetery where my Great Grandparents, Thomas Jefferson and Martha Jane Archer, are buried. All the soil in town was red and there was a large red hill at the top of town where we loved to play. Once, and only once, a neighbor friend, Duane Hunt, actually rode his bike down that hill at top speed with an unfavorable outcome. The town fanned out approximately 5 blocks on each side of State highway 33 with old inhabited and uninhabited houses. There were trees and even a small park, which had become overgrown years earlier but still held the recognizable beauty of what had once been. For lack of other entertainment, and when school or the crops didn't need me, I explored every empty building and visited older neighbors at will, unannounced but always welcomed. We were like a big family except for my mother and her best friend, Norma Hunt. Neither joined the FHA Quilting club or any other activities attended by the farm ladies. All the years we lived there, Mother dreamed of moving. I never had a haircut from anyone except Norma until we moved to Amarillo. Billie and I would walk to the store with mother’s big sizzors in hand and Norma would sit us on a stool and give us the beauty treatment only stopping to take money from customers who would comment on whether it was short enough or recommend bangs, etc”. Most of the people living in Strong City were elderly and had lived there as children. I can only remember eight other children ever living in the entire town besides my brother, sister and me. Highway 33 ran through the middle of town and we lived on the highway, considered “main street”, which was a dirt road until around 1946. We got "stuck" many a rainy night returning from the movies in Cheyenne, about 8 miles away. One of our good neighbors would always come along and pull us out or we'd do the pulling. There was a classic train station at the foot of the hill…the first building seen when traveling north from Hammond. When I was small, I remember playing on the baggage cart that had big iron wheels. The stationmaster, Mr. Orville Nix, and

his wife lived about halfway up the hill and he would ride his big white horse to the station, stopping at the post office to pick up his mail. Sometimes he would put Billie, Ronnie, or I on the horse. He also had a small black and white dog named Skippy who ran with the horse and two small Pomeranians who lived in the house, barking and occasionally biting anyone who visited. Needless to say, the Nixes were not on the Strong City Social Register! The station was torn down when I was around twelve and the train never stopped again except for leaving and collecting mail. In 1953, mail began to be delivered from Sayre by truck, so the train wouldn’t stop at all. Approximately 100 other folks and I were living in a dying town that became a ghost town by the time I left. Strong City didn't have good drinking water. My folks always called it "hard water" but I think it was a gypsum well and the water tasted bitterly strange. We only used it for bathing and such but our drinking water came from the water car. A train would periodically bring a water car to a siding and leave it for the town to use. We had two large milk cans with lids and one of the children's jobs was to get water. Daddy had a garden tractor with a small trailer and we would go to the train car, turn the big valve and fill our cans with cool pure water. I don't know where it came from but I do remember the sweet taste. Before we had the garden tractor, I can remember mother going with us and putting the cans in the trunk of the car. One year the city well ran dry and a gypsy and his wife were hired to find and drill a new well. They camped about 1/2 block from our home while they drilled and were strange people…even to Strong City folks! When the new well was working (still hard water), it fell on our family to monitor the water tower and turn on the pump when it became low so I guess that made Dad the "Water Commissioner" and we children, "Commissionerettes", or something as we did all the work. Conally Roden had a small house across the street and one block north of the post office. He had the only telephone line to our town and ran the phone office from one of his two rooms (with outhouse behind). No home in Strong City had indoor plumbing in the 40’s. When anyone in Strong

City received a phone call, Conally would ring his or her phone and, most of the time, listen in on the conversation. He knew all the local gossip. I guess no one had phone numbers because you would ring Connally and say, "Give me John Brown, or Tom Smith, or whoever, and he'd just ring their phone and you'd be connected. Our phone was on the wall just inside the post office and I had to stand on a chair to talk, which wasn’t often. No one talked to children in those days and everyone talked loudly into the receiver. I marvel at the fact that most of my grandchildren walk around with cell phones plastered to their ears. Connally’s wife, Mary Jane, died when I was around nine years. We never knew what she died of… in those days you didn't die of cancer or heart attack, etc. If you were over sixty, you died of "Old Age". I guess if you lived to be sixty, the doctors never tried to heal you… they just let you lay in bed and have your friends and relations go into the room, one at a time of course, while you said your last words and goodbyes. Then the doctor would come out of the room with a sad expression and say "She's gone"… at least that's the way it always happened in movies and in Strong City. When Mary Jane died, Connally took a set of dishes he had bought for her and put them all around her grave. I remember seeing the grave with an entire set of red depression glass dishes covering it. I wonder if they're still there. When Conally died, nobody in Strong City wanted the telephone office in his home so it was moved to the general store and calls could no longer be put through to individual homes. If anyone in town got a call, he had to go to the store. In 1955 my sister, Billie, was in love with a boy who would call occasionally. When she took the call at the store, all the old men sitting around would listen so it was my job to go with her and strike up conversations to divert their attention. I gained the reputation of being a very talkative little girl in Strong City, as I would loudly talk to anyone who would listen for as long as Billie was on the phone. As with most of the things I learned there, I still have that ability today…I thought until now that I had inherited that trait from my Dad! Funny how writing this all down makes things a lot clearer…it's almost like therapy! Yes, Yes, I know I talk a lot but it's my sister's fault…


Page 2B ~ The Cheyenne Star Thursday, September 5, 2013

Cheyenne Bears

READING...Students reading five books over the summer receive a prize and a certificate. Back row: Jamie Beasterfeld, Linda Brogan, Isaac Kerr and front row: Lily Barfield, Ridge Little and Sophia Estrada.

READING...Students receiving their 50 Point Accelerated Reading Awards were, l-r: Jakob Ford, Joshua Land, Isaac Kerr, Owen Jackson and Cailby Perez.

BOYS RULE...Nine boys were the first students to receive their 25 Point Accelerated Reading Awards were, l-r: Colby Perez, Cailby Perez, Teagon Moler, Jakob Ford, Zane Kendall, Trent Barton, Joshua Land, Owen Jackson and Isaac Kerr.

READING...Reaching the 75 Point Accelerated Reading Club are Cailby Perez, Jakob Ford, Joshua Land and Owen Jackson.

Kindergarten Cowboy Dress Up Day!

CUTE COWBOYS...Yriel Burciaga and Rylan Reno were all dressed up for the Kindergaten Cowboy Day on Friday.

READING...Cailby Perez, Jakob Ford and Joshua Land have reached the 100, 125 and 150 Point Accelerated Reading Clubs.

READING...Cailby Perez has reached the 200 Poit Accelerated Reading Club!


Thursday, September 5, 2013 The Cheyenne Star, Page 3B

Cheyenne Bears

PreK Students enjoy seeing the animals with Mr. Gwartney at the RMC Harvest Fair

Laura Rodriguez rounds third and heads for home against Erick

PreK students having Fun at the RMC Harvest Fair.

Colton Moler pitching for the Bears Justin Scott makes the throw to third

Monday “Sweat Band Day”

Wear sweat bands to support exercising for good health!

Tuesday “Health Professional Day”

Dress like any health professional to show your support for the helping hands!

Wednesday “Pink Out Day”

Dress in PINK from head to toe to show your support in the fight against cancer!

Thursday “Superhero Day”

Dress like your favorite superhero to defeat cancer!

Jon Carter pitching for the Bears

Friday “Wear any Walkathon T-Shirt Day”

Wear your “Walkathon” t-shirt from this year, or years past. All outfits must be school appropriate attire!

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Page 4B ~ The Cheyenne Star Legals Thursday, September 5, 2013

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDING July 1, 2013

The Board of County Commissioners met in a regular session this 1stday of July, 2013 with the time, place, and agenda duly posted. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Brian Hay. Present were Chairman Brian Hay, Members Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, County Clerk Jimmy Beavin and County Commissioners Secretary Kristy Martin. Minutes of the June 28, 2013 meeting were tabled. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve the Cash Fund Estimate of Needs and Request for Appropriation. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Resolution 1314-15. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Roger Mills County Clerk, wishes to renew Lease Agreement with Pitney Bowes for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-16. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Roger Mills County Clerk, wishes to renew Lease Agreement with Standley Corporation for the Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-17. Renew Benefit Services Agreement with NACO and Caremark PCS Health, L.P. for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Be it resolved that in accordance with the provisions of 62 Okla. St. Ann Sec. 310.1C, Purchasing Officers having the authority to expend County Highway Funds may encumber amounts not to exceed that indicated below: Highway Cash Fund $ 649,809.96 CBRI Fund 26,846.41 That authority granted herein is for the month of June 2013 and ends the last day of said month. The amounts listed above shall never exceed the unencumbered balance of the appropriation account.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-18. Renew Agreement with USDA, Cibola National Forest Service for Mutual Aid Fire Protection Assistance for Fiscal Year 201314. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Cash Fee accounts for the month of June 2013: Sheriff’s Fees $ 2,615.76 Sheriff’s 911 Dispatch Fees 1,834.00 Sheriff’s Courthouse Security Fees 778.75 County Treasurer’s Fees 75.00 County Clerk Fees 2,898.00 County Clerk Records Preservation Fee 2,895.00 County Assessor’s Fee Revolving 863.25 County Assessor’s Visual Inspection .28 OSU Extension Center 10,793.46 Rural Fire Departments 59,939.70 Civil Defense 5,396.75 Senior Citizen 30,581.48 Free Fair Board 13,671.72 Economic Development 2,518.47 RogerMillsCo. Hospital 431,738.57 Excess Resale Proceeds 464.65 Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve the Allocation of the Alcoholic Beverage Tax for the month of June 2013. Yes votes –Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Cheyenne $ 3,838.59 Hammon 2,722.00 Reydon 1,006.37 Strong City 225.24

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-20. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners on behalf of Sweetwater, Berlin, Hammon, Cheyenne, Reydon, Northwest Roger Mills and Strong City Fire Departments, wish to renew Membership Contract with Air Evac Lifeteam for all Volunteer Fire Department members for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Blanket Purchase Order # 1 through # 210 for maintenance and operation for the Highway Funds, Courthouse, Emergency Management, Sheriff and Rural Fire Departments. Yes votes –Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-24. Renew Mutual Assistance Agreement with Dewey County that was entered into on February 26, 2003 for the purpose of aiding and assisting each other in any disaster, emergency or occurrence for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve the June Monthly Reports for the County Clerk, Sheriff, Treasurer, Planning & Zoning Commission, Assessor, and District Attorney. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve the May Monthly Report for the Planning & Zoning Commission. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-1 Roger Mills County Health Insurance Premium for County Employees and balance of total premiums to be paid out of General Fund SR-1. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-2. Execute Agreement to Establish ACCO-Self Insurance Fund for Worker’s Compensation Program for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Intent to Participate in ACCO-SIF Insurance for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-3. Execute Agreement to Establish ACCO-Self Insurance Group Property and Liability with Roger Mills County for Fiscal Year 201314. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Intent to Participate in ACCO-SIG Insurance for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-4. Renew Sale/Maintenance Agreement with Xerox Corp. on Commissioners Xerox Workcenter Pro 7132 Copy Machine, S/N AYX992833 for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes –Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to table Resolution 1314-5 to Renew Building Lease, Equipment and Supplies contained therein for Roger Mills County Hospital for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-6. Renew County Road Machinery and Equipment Leases with Security State Bank for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-7. Renew County Alarm Equipment and Alarm Monitoring Contract with Security Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-8. Renew District # 3 Alarm Equipment and Alarm Monitoring Contract with Security Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes –Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-9. A Resolution proposing the investing of all county monies into banks that shall be FDIC insured for Roger Mills County by the County Treasurer for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-10. County Election Board shall be reimbursed for overtime compensation and Social Security withholding for any Precinct Official that worked the election and for miscellaneous election supplies for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-11. Renew Mutual Assistance Agreement with Beckham County that was entered into on June 9, 2003 for the purpose of aiding and assisting each other in any disaster, emergency or occurrence for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-12. Renew Mutual Assistance Agreement with Custer Countythat was entered into on March 24, 2003 for the purpose of aiding and assisting each other in any disaster, emergency or occurrence for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-13. Renew Cooperative Law Enforcement Agreement between Roger Mills County Sheriff and USDA, Cibola National Forest Service for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-19. Renew Membership Contract with Air Evac Lifeteam for all Roger Mills County Employees for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-21. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Roger Mills County District # 2, wish to renew the Service and GPS Unit Equipment Agreement with Teletrac for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-22. Renew Local Elected Official Consortium Agreement for Workforce Investment Act for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-23. Renew Mutual Assistance Agreement with City of Weatherford that was entered into on April 21, 2003 for the purpose of aiding and assisting each other in any disaster, emergency or occurrence for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-25. Renew Mutual Assistance Agreement with Woodward County that was entered into on February 26, 2003 for the purpose of aiding and assisting each other in any disaster, emergency or occurrence for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-26. Renew Terminal User Agreement between Roger Mills County Sheriff Dept. and Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications Systems (OLETS) for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-27. Renew Software License Agreement for Immediate Response Information System (IRIS) for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-28. Renew Mutual Assistance Agreement with City of Elk City that was entered into on July 27, 2009 for the purpose of aiding and assisting each other in any disaster, emergency or occurrence for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-29. Renew Extended Warranty Agreement for District # 1 Konica Minolta C280 Copier # AOED012008916. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-30. Board of County Commissioners, on behalf of District # 1, wish to renew Rental Agreement with Consumer Textile Corporation for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-31. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Roger Mills County Clerk, renew Electronic Recording Approved Procedures with Simplifile, LC for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-32. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Civil Defense, wish to renew Tower Space Lease Agreement with Enbridge Pipelines Texas Gathering, LP for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-33. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Sheriff Dept., wish to renew Tower Space Lease Agreement with Enbridge Pipelines Texas Gas Gathering, LP for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-34. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners wish to renew Tower Space Lease Agreement with Enbridge Pipelines Gas Gathering, LP for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-35. Renew Extended Warranty Agreement for Civil Defense on Minolta BHC220 Copier # A02E010001140. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-36. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of County Sheriff Dept., wish to renew and revitalize the Consulting Engineering Agreement for grant proposal writing services with Turn-Key Mobile, Inc. for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-37. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of OSU Extension, wish to renew and revitalize the Extended Warranty Agreement with SPC Office Products for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-38. Renew Contract between Roger Mills County District # 2 and Town of Hammon to assist in maintenance of all city streets during inclement weather for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-39. Renew Equipment Lease Agreement between OSU Extension Office and SPC on Konica Minolta Copier # AOED011017913 for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-14. Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Roger Mills County Sheriff, wishes to renew Lease Agreement with Xerox Corporation for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-40. Renew Inmate Telephone Service Agreement between Roger Mills County Sheriff Dept. and Lattice Inc. for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

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Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-41. Renew Equipment Lease with PrairieFire Coffee

Roasters on Water Cooler System for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-42. Renew Extended Warranty Agreement between County Assessor and SPC Products on Kyocera Copier # QSX0500133. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-43. Renew Extended Warranty Agreement between County Clerk and SPC Office Products on Minolta BH420 Copier # 42GE01647. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-44. Renew Equipment Lease Agreement between Roger Mills County District Attorney and SPC Leasing on NEC IT Copier # U24UZ61478 for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-45. Renew Extended Warranty Agreement between Roger Mills County District Attorney and SPC Office Products on NEC IT Copier # U24UZ61478 for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-46. Renew County Lease Agreement with NorthWest Roger Mills Fire Association for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-47. Renew Payment Processing Agreement with Fedpay, dba as ACH Direct Inc. for the purpose of Fedpay and its affiliates to provide payment processing services including credit card, debit card and automated clearing house processing services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-48. Renew State Incident Based Reporting System (SIBRS) Agreement with OSBI for access to and use of SIBRS for direct data entry and retrieval of crime statistics for events occurring within the user’s jurisdiction for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-49. Renew contract with Eastern Oklahoma Youth Services for Juvenile Detention Services at Woodward County Regional Juvenile Detention Center for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-50. Renew DataRescue Online Backup Service Agreement with Kellpro, Inc. and Roger Mills County Assessor and County Clerk for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-51. Renew DataRescue Online Backup Service Agreement with Kellpro, Inc. and Roger Mills County Districts 1, 2 & 3 for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-52. Renew Extended Copier Warranty Agreement between Roger Mills County District # 3 and SPC on Konica Minolta C25 Copier # A2YF011001469. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-53. The Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners agree to pay a sum of $ 770.00 per active county employee for fringe benefit of health care insurance premium for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-54. Renew Customer Service Agreement between Roger Mills County District # 3 and Allied Waste Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve following Requisitioning and Receiving Officers for Fiscal Year 2013-14: Requisitioning Officers Receiving Officers County General Brian Hay Linda Smith Ray Hughes Terry Smith Commissioners Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour District 1 Brian Hay Rebecca Leonard Tim Bryan James Maggard District 2 J ustin Walker Bert Chaney George Swinford District 3 Ray Hughes Susan Powers David Wright Mac Taylor District 4 Brian Hay Cy Howenstine IV Ray Hughes Kristy Martin Indigent Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour Economic Development Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour Trapper Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour SWODA Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour Excise Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour Zoning & Floodplain Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour Zoning & Planning Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour Assessor Teresa Morris Darla Calvert Darla Calvert Sarah Batterton County Clerk Jimmy Beavin Gail Lovell Valerie Seymour Treasurer Bab Coker Marveda Parman Marveda Parman Cassie Mitchell Sheriff Joe Hay Alyce Robinson Darren Atha Christy Hartley Court Clerk Jan Bailey Nancy Hay Nancy Hay Karla Gwartney Law Library Jan Bailey Nancy Hay Nancy Hay Karla Gwartney Emergency Mgt Cy Howenstine IV Kristy Martin Valerie Seymour Election Jana Maddux Melody Pennington Kristy Martin OSU Extension Danny P. Cook Joan Taylor Doris Calvert Free Fair Board Richard Kerr Joan Taylor Jana Maddux Melody Pennington Roger Mills Mem. Hospital Marilyn Bryan Lois Wilson Ellen Kirk Neta Brauchi Cheyenne Sr. Citizens Patty Wright Valerie Seymour Thelma Baker Reydon Sr. Citizens Cathy Sasser Connie Sasser Christina Wright Berlin Sr. Citizens Brian Hay Kristy Martin Ray Hughes Valerie Seymour Hammon Sr. Citizens Kim Brewster Shirley Walker Angela Windle Charlene Threlkeld Reydon Fire Dept. Monty Markham Tony Sumpter Jackie Sumpter Valerie Seymour Cheyenne Fire Dept. Jimmy Beavin Robert Payne Levi Carter Valerie Seymour Strong City Fire Dept. Dee Hay Boyd Koch Jim Maddux Valerie Seymour NW RM Fire Assoc. Jim Barber Dan Sides Rocky Allen Valerie Seymour Berlin Volunteer Fire Dept. Dustin Batterton Wesley Pierce John Parrish Valerie Seymour Sweetwater Fire Dept. Greg Henson Tim Bryan Scott Locke Valerie Seymour Hammon Fire Dept. Charles Williams Angela Windle John Robbins Valerie Seymour Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

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Thursday, September 5, 2013 Legals The Cheyenne Star, Page 5B Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve OSU Cooperative Extension Service and USDA Budget for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Memorandum of Agreement between Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners and the Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services for office space rent for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Storage Rent Unit # 48 Contract with Cheyenne Self Storage for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Renewal of Cooperative Agreement between U. S. Dept. of Ag, APHIS-Wildlife Services and Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners to supplement wildlife damage control travel and field expenses of the Wildlife Services Specialists for animal damage control program for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Agreement between Roger Mills County and SWODA for SWODA to provide and for the County to receive expanded services in the areas of county planning and zoning, mapping, geographic information services, census data, community and economic development and other services as mutually agreed for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Extended Warranty Contract with SPC on Destroyit Shredder # 2931903. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Detention Services Agreement between Roger Mills County and ROCMND Area Youth Services for Juvenile Detention Services at Craig County for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Kellpro Software and Service Agreement with Roger Mills County Clerk. Whereas, County Clerk has entered into an Agreement with Kellpro, Inc. to license Roger Mills County offices to use Kellpro Software and Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Kellpro Software and Service Agreement with Roger Mills County District # 1. Whereas, District # 1 has entered into an agreement with Kellpro, Inc. to license District # 1 to use Kellpro Software and Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Kellpro Software and Service Agreement with Roger Mills County District # 2. Whereas, District # 2 has entered into an agreement with Kellpro, Inc. to license District # 2 to use Kellpro Software and Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Kellpro Software and Service Agreement with Roger Mills County District # 3. Whereas, District # 3 has entered into an agreement with Kellpro, Inc. to license District # 3 to use Kellpro Software and Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Kellpro Software and Service Agreement with Roger Mills County Treasurer. Whereas, County Treasurer has entered into an Agreement with Kellpro, Inc. to license Roger Mills County Treasurer to use Kellpro Software and Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Kellpro Software and Service Agreement with Roger Mills County Board of Commissioners. Whereas, Board of County Commissioners have entered into an Agreement with Kellpro, Inc. to license Roger Mills County Commissioners to use Kellpro Software and Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Software License and Maintenance Agreement with TM Consulting, Inc. for lessee of tax accounting, treasurer’s bookkeeping and internet software furnished by TM Consulting, Inc. for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Contract with Texas County Juvenile Detention Center for the purpose of detaining juveniles at the Texas County Regional Juvenile Detention Center for the Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Detention Services Agreement between Muskogee Youth Services and the Board of County Commissioners for the purpose of detaining juveniles at the Muskogee County Regional Juvenile Detention Center for the Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Contract for Detention/Transportation with Office of Juvenile Affairs for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Contract between Canadian County Juvenile Detention Center and Roger Mills County Board of Commissioners for services at Canadian County Juvenile Detention Center for the Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Detention Services Agreement with Sac and Fox Nation for the purpose of detaining juveniles at the Sac and Fox Nation Juvenile Detention Center for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Contract with Western Plains Youth & Family Services, Inc. for services at Beckham County Regional Juvenile Detention Center for Fiscal Year 201314. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Lease Agreement with Dale Thompson for lease of 3 acres in the SE4 of Section 2, Township 11N, Range 25WIM for a period beginning July 1, 2013 through and ending June 30, 2014. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Notice to Bidders for Sale of Oil & Gas Lease on 11.212122 net acres in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM. Bid opening will be July 29, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Ellis County Commissioners. Whereas, it is mutually agreed by the parties to provide assistance as needed to each other to utilize county owned equipment and manpower to construct, improve, repair or maintain county owned roads, street, bridges or highways of either party for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Resolution 1314-55. Authorize Advertisement and Sale of Oil & Gas Lease on 11.212122 net acres in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement between Roger Mills County Sheriff Department and Town of Hammon for utilization of county owned equipment, labor and personnel to provide and maintain jail services for the Town of Hammon for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Lease Agreement by and between Roger Mills County and Frank Lucas for a strip of land in the SW ¼ of Section 5, Township 15N, Range 23 WIM, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma to be used for a firing range for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement between Cheyenne Public Schools and Roger Mills County for requested assistance for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement between Hammon Public Schools and Roger Mills County for requested assistance for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement between Reydon Public Schools and Roger Mills County for requested assistance for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Rural Water Sewer & Solid Waste Management. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain and repair water system within the Town of Reydon for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Town of Cheyenne. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain city owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Town of Hammon. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain city owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Town of Reydon. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain city owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Town of Sayre. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain city owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Town of Strong City. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain city owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Town of Sweetwater. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain city owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with US National Park Service. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain park owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Upper Washita Conservation District for usage of county owned equipment for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with USDA Forest Service. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain Forest Service owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Upper Washita Conservation District. Whereas, the County agrees to provide assistance to utilize county owned equipment and labor to maintain conservation district owned parks, streets, and other public right of ways for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Agreement for Landscaping between Town of Cheyenne and Roger Mills County in Section 8, Township 13N, Range 23WIM. Terms and Conditions shall comply with original agreement dated July 1, 2008. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Contract with Comanche County Regional Juvenile Detention Center for Juvenile Detention Services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Lease Agreement with Cheyenne-Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce for lease of office space in Roger Mills County Building, formerly known as Black Kettle Museum, for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Full Maintenance Agreement between Roger Mills County Treasurer and Standley Systems on Savin 816MF Copier # 0188902506. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Interlocal Cooperative Agreement between the Oklahoma Dept. of Corrections and Roger Mills County Sheriff for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Payment Processing Agreement between Roger Mills County Treasurer and Forte Payments Inc., for providing payment processing services including Credit Card, Debit Card and Automated Clearing House processing services for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Professional Legal Services Contract between Roger Mills County Commissioners, Roger Mills County Assessor and Tisdal & O’Hara, PLLC for legal representation where necessary for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Agreement between Lee A. Mayhew and Roger Mills County Assessor. Whereas, this agreement is entered into for the purpose of implementation of the laws concerning ad valorem taxation for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Storage Rent Unit # 6 Contract between Sheriff Department and Trading Spaces Self Storage Units for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Storage Rent Unit # 2 Contract with Trading Spaces Self Storage Units for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Lease Agreement between Roger Mills County, Oklahoma and Charles Keahey for a strip of land in the Northwest quarter of Section 31, Township 16 North, Range 24 WIM, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma to be used for refuse disposal site for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Professional Legal Services Contract between Roger Mills County Commissioners and Tisdal & O’Hara, PLLC for legal representation with regard to certain gross production tax issues for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Contract between Visual Lease Services, Inc. and Roger Mills County Assessor for inventory and appraisal of all new construction of Oil & Gas related property for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Maintenance Contract between Roger Mills County Sheriff and Crossmatch for Fingerprint System was tabled. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Detention Services Agreement with Oklahoma Juvenile Justice Services, Inc. for temporary detention of children who are subject to secure detention at Garfield County Regional Detention Center for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Multi-County Youth Services Contract for Committee of Concern was tabled.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for Entrance Permit with Apache Corp. in Section 33, Township 15N, Range 24WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for Entrance Permit with Apache Corp. in Section 22, Township 17N, Range 25WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Application for 2 Temporary Line Crossings with AES Water Solutions between Sections 29, 21 & 22, Township 16N, Range 22WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. There being no further business to come before the Board, motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to adjourn the meeting. Yes votes –Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Attest: S/ Jimmy Beavin _________________ S/BrianHay___________________ County Clerk Chairman

S/ Ray Hughes _______________ Vice-Chairman

S/ Justin Walker_______________ Member

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDING July 15, 2013 The Board of County Commissioners met in a regular session this 15th day of July 2013 with the time, place, and agenda duly posted. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Brian Hay. Present were Chairman Brian Hay, Members Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, County Clerk Jimmy Beavin, County Commissioners Secretary Kristy Martin and Benita Levingston. Under Unfinished Business: Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to appoint Jerry Dean to the Roger Mills Hospital Authority Board of Trustees to fulfill the term of Keith Miller. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Minutes of the June 28, 2013 meeting were read. No corrections were made. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve the minutes as read. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to table the Resolution 1314-5 to renew the Lease Agreement with Roger Mills Memorial Hospital for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to table Maintenance Contract between Roger Mills County Sheriff Dept. and Crossmatch for Fingerprint System. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to table Multi-County Youth Services Professional Service Agreement – Committee of Concern for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Disciplinary Action for Roger Mills County Employee John Goodman to be written up and filed in personnel file with the Roger Mills County Clerk. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve the following Receiving and Requisitioning Officers for Fiscal Year 201314. Requisitioning Receiving Leedey Fire Dept. Tony Morlan Rusty Puffinbarger Bryan Currier Valerie Seymour District Attorney Dennis A. Smith Michael Abel Jordan Mosburg Suzann Versteeg Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Regular Business: Minutes of the July 1, 2013 meeting were read. No corrections were made. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve the minutes as read. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve the Officer’s Monthly Reports for Election Board and Court Clerk for the month of June, 2013. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. At 10:00 a.m. Bids were opened for Roger Mills County Ag Pavilion Kitchen Remodel. Mailed out seven bids and received one bid. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to award to Cedar Ridge General Contracting due to only bid. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Present during this meeting was Jana Maddux. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve to reconvene to Courtroom # 1 for the following meeting. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. At 10:30 a.m. the Board met with Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector (Hereinafter called “Auditor”) Representative Sherri Wooldudge, Roger Mills Memorial Hospital Authority Board (Hereinafter called “Hospital”) Members Carl Manske, Larry Bradshaw, Nelda Davis, Debbie Tweed, Randy O’Neal and Pete Moore, Hospital Administrator Marilyn Bryan, Roger Mills Emergency Medical Services District Board of Trustees (Hereinafter called “District”), Bob Perriman, Janice Thompson, John Wells and Vic McCallay, EMS Administrative Clerk Kristy Martin, EMS Director Rob Stephens, Roger Mills Memorial Hospital Head Nurse Ellen Kirk, Roger Mills Memorial Hospital Minute Clerk Neta Brauchi and Assistant District Attorney Mike Abel to discuss and review the Roger Mills Emergency Medical Services District Operational Audit Report for July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2012 and Procedures for Reimbursement of Sales Tax Revenue to the Roger Mills Memorial Hospital. Discussed were the District Estimate of Needs Presentation of Collections, Disbursements, and Cash Balances of District Funds for FY 2011 and FY 2012. Purpose, Scope and Sample Methodology: Auditor conducted this performance audit in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards that require that auditor plan and perform the audit to obtain sufficient, appropriate evidence to provide a reasonable basis for audit findings and conclusions based on our audit objectives. Objective 1: To determine the District’s collections, disbursements, and cash balances for FY 2011 and FY 2012 were accurately presented on the Estimate of Needs. Finding: Inadequate Internal Controls over the Collection Process and Estimate of Needs. It was determined that the District would implement procedures to oversee the Collection Process and Estimate of Needs. Objective 2: To determine the District’s financial operations complied with 62 O.S. § 517.4, which requires deposits with financial institutions be secured with collateral securities or instruments. Finding: Inadequate Internal Controls over Pledged Collateral. It was determined that the District would implement the procedure of approving the Pledged Collateral Document from Security State Bank every month, sign off on said document and note approval in minutes. Objective 3: To determine the District’s financial operations complied with 19 O.S. § 1710.1A, which outlines purposes for expending District funds. Finding: Inadequate Internal Controls over the Expenditure Process. It was determined that the District would amend or add to the Service Provider Contract with Roger Mills Memorial Hospital Authority Board of Trustees to ensure that adequate documentation is received in regards to the expenditures, including payroll expenditures, made by the Contract Service Provider to ensure that funds are expended for the support, organization, operation and maintenance of the emergency medical service. Objective 4: To determine the District’s financial operations complied with 19 O.S. § 1723 which requires District purchases in excess of $ 7,500 be competitively bid. Finding: Inadequate Internal Controls over the Bidding

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Page 6B ~ The Cheyenne Star Legals Thursday, September 5, 2013 Process. It was determined that the District would allow the Hospital Authority Board to perform the bidding process and the District would open bids and award bid upon approval. Objective 5: To determine if the District complied with 19 O.S. § 1710.1C regarding provider contracts. Finding: Inadequate Internal Controls over the Contract Service Provider (Hospital). It was determined that the District would implement outside oversight and amend the Provider Service Contract to ensure that the provisions of the contract between the District and the Provider (Hospital Authority) are being met and safe guard against misuse or misappropriations of District funds. All objectives: Finding: Inadequate District-Wide Controls. Condition: District-wide controls regarding Risk Management and Monitoring have not been designed. It was determined that the District would implement policies with controlled oversight to reduce risks from internal and external sources to District. Finding: Disaster Recovery Plan. Condition: Upon inquiry of District personnel with regard to the accounting and bookkeeping process, the District does not have a formal, written Disaster Recovery Plan. It was determined that the District would design and implement a Disaster Recovery Plan to function financially in the event of a disaster. Finding: Inadequate Internal Controls over the Audit Expense Account. Condition: Upon inquiry and observation of the budgeting process, it was determined that internal controls have not been designed and implemented to ensure the amount required by statute is correctly budgeted for the Audit Expense Account. The District relied on the “budget maker” to calculate the required amount for the Audit Expense Account with no independent oversight by employees of the District or members of the Governing Board. It was determined that the District would design and implement procedures to ensure that the Audit Expense Account is accurately budgeted in accordance with the statutory requirements. Also discussed was the procedure for reimbursement of sales tax revenue to the Roger Mills Memorial Hospital. It was determined that the adequate documentation, including, but not limited to, payroll, expenditure sheets and invoices, received from the Hospital from May, 2006 to May, 2013 was adequate and acceptable and said documents shall be received from the Hospital to combine with county purchase order and to ensure that the Hospital sales tax revenue is expended properly and in accordance with statutory requirements. Additionally present for this meeting was John Smith. This item was discussed and no decisions were made on this item.

16 Charles Keahey Lease 150.00 17 Kellpro, Inc. Software License 1,811.20 18 Kellpro, Inc. Software License 1,811.20 19 Kellpro, Inc. Software License 1,811.20 20 Market Square Supplies 63.66 21 Ok. Emp. Sec. Comm. Withholding 4,614.63 22 Prairie Fire Coffee Supplies 46.90 23 Sayre Napa Supplies 908.73 24 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,792.72 25 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 26 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,100.17 27 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 28 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 2,125.13 29 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,083.05 30 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 4,877.78 31 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 2,725.13 32 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 33 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 34 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 446.65 35 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 1,648.90 36 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 708.00 37 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 38 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 39 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 40 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 41 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,542.04 42 Dale Thompson Lease 990.00 43 Town of Cheyenne Utilities 69.51 44 Town of Hammon Utilities 337.10 45 Warren Cat Repairs 98.12 46 Weldon Parts, Inc. Repairs 186.13 47 Windstream Okla. GPS Services 322.96 48 Zee Medical Ser. Supplies 375.05 Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Blanket Purchase Order # 331 through # 375 for maintenance and operation for the Highway Funds, Courthouse, OSU, Sheriff and Rural Fire Departments. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to reconvene regular session back to Commissioners’ Conference Room. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Hospital Administrator Marilyn Bryan and Nurse Ellen Kirk met with the Board to discuss and review bids for Roger Mills Memorial Hospital Expansion Project. Hospital Authority Board of Trustees has contracted with Joe D. Hall General Contractors to oversee CT Renovations and Expansions project. Scope of work includes site clearing and earthwork labor & materials, concrete labor & materials, masonry labor & materials, structural steel, steel deck, metal fabrication materials, structural steel, steel deck, metal erections labor, general trades labor, millwork materials, gyp board, ceiling susp, insulation, metal framing and acoustic ceilings labor & materials, roofing labor & materials, joint sealants labor & materials, hollow metal doors/frames/wood door/ hardware materials, aluminum window, glass and glazing labor & materials, painting labor & materials, resilient flooring and base labor & materials, ceramic tile labor & materials, toilet accessories materials, curtains/cubicles, wall protection materials, fire extinguishers and cabinets materials, expansion joints materials, floor mats and frames materials, fire sprinkler system labor & materials, plumbing labor & materials, HVAC labor & materials, and electrical labor & materials. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve the moving forward of expansion project. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve the following claims for payment. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. WARRANTS # NAME PURPOSE AMOUNT General Fund: Reserves 2012-2013 1606 Bear Trax Tire Services $ 152.95 1607 Cheyenne Lumber Supplies 98.92 1608 Interact Public System Equipment 1,838.00 1609 Kustom Signals Radar 1,359.00 1610 MC Oil Co. Fuel 564.93 1611 Quill Corp. Supplies 86.42 1612 Quill Corp. Supplies 77.39 1613 Quill Corp. Supplies 684.00 1614 Quill Corp. Supplies 357.80 1615 Brink Locking System Repairs 1,067.00 1616 SPC Leasing Copier Lease 219.43 2013-2014 1 ACCO W C Premium 2 ACCO Membership Dues 3 Centerpoint Energy Utilities 4 Cheyenne Self Storage Lease 5 Clouds Lawn Maintenance 6 CODA Treasurer Membership Dues 7 Assessor Assoc. Membership Dues 8 CODA Registration 9 Treasurer’s Assoc. Membership Dues 10 Days Pest Control Maintenance 11 Kellpro Inc. Software License 12 Kellpro Inc. Software License 13 Kellpro Inc. Software License 14 Kellpro Inc. S oftware Service 15 Mayhew Consulting Service Contract 16 Ok. Emp. Sec. Comm. Contribution 17 Ok. Dept. of Ag. Animal Control 18 OPEH & W Withholding 19 OPEH & W Withholding 20 OSEEGI Withholding 21 OTC Fund Registration 22 Pioneer Cellular Service 23 Security Services Lease Contract 24 SPC Products Maint. Contract 25 Standley Systems Copier Lease 26 SWODA Membership Dues 27 Michael Thompson Travel 28 Town of Cheyenne Utilities 29 Trading Spaces Storage Lease 30 Trading Spaces Storage Lease 31 Total Radio Radios 32 Visual Lease Service Maint. Contract 33 Xerox Corp. Copier Lease 34 Xerox Corp. Copy Fees Cash Funds: Sheriff’s Detention Fees: Reserves 2012-2013 230 Buster Health Clinic Service 231 Cheyenne Prof. Drug Supplies 232 Key Plumbing Appliance 233 Key Plumbing Appliance 234 Market Square Supplies 235 Market Square Boardbill 236 RM Mem. Hospital Services OSU Extension Center: Reserves 2012-2013 205 Consumer Textile Services Rural Fire Departments: Reserves 2012-2013 228 MC Oil Co. Fuel 2013-2014 1 A T & T Mobility 2 Centerpoint Energy 3 Centerpoint Energy 4 Elk Valley Woodwk 5 Security State Bank 6 Town of Hammon

Service Utilities Utilities Plaques Lease/Purchase Utilities

$ 87,504.00 3,500.00 232.01 300.00 549.00 454.00 150.00 100.00 105.00 150.00 10,284.60 426.40 1,804.80 480.00 1,500.00 2,333.19 2,400.00 3,221.64 525.50 9.10 225.00 117.54 774.00 411.00 241.00 606.30 24.30 482.67 486.00 486.00 555.00 8,750.00 273.91 72.52

Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Notice to Bidders Eleven Month Bid for Herbicides August 5, 2013 through June 30, 2014. Bid opening will be August 5, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

$ 420.00 40.92 410.00 178.00 55.67 864.93 231.00

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Notice to Bidders for Sale of Oil & Gas Lease in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM. Bid opening will be July 29, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

$

49.20

$

432.50

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Resolution 1314-56. Whereas Title 68 O.S. 1998 Supplement, Section 1411, allows a county levy, an excise tax on the storage, use or other consumption of tangible personal property; and Roger Mills County is desirous of utilizing this additional tax, as permitted in said Section 1411 and adopts provisions for Use Tax. The purpose is to provide revenues for the support of the county highway fund, including, but not limited to, maintenance and operation, capital outlay, lease/purchases, travel and personal services and all revenues derived hereunder shall be expended by the Board of Commissioners for said purpose. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

$ 79.71 22.66 22.33 165.00 474.20 80.00

Civil Defense: 2013-2014 1 Techradium Inc. IRIS Fee $ 633.00 Free Fair Board: 2013-2014 1 Centerpoint Energy Utilities $ 41.83 2 Town of Cheyenne Utilities 63.48 Highway Fund: Reserves 2012-2013 2711 Airgas USA Supplies $ 132.57 2712 Allied Waste Services 1,991.72 2713 Industry Truck Wash Maintenance 62.25 2714 MC Oil Co. Fuel 285.26 2013-2014 1 ACCO 2 ACCO 3 American Steel 4 Atwoods 5 Atwoods 6 Bottom Line 7 Centerpoint Energy 8 Centerpoint Energy 9 Cheyenne Lumber 10 Consumer Textile 11 Dr. Pepper 12 Grand Economy 13 Hooper Auto Parts 14 Hutchinson Oil Co. 15 Hutchinson Oil Co.

Registration Registration Gates Uniforms Uniforms Uniforms Utilities Utilities Supplies Uniforms Supplies Supplies Supplies Fuel Fuel

County Officers’ Monthly meeting was tabled.

$ 35.00 385.00 1,354.00 354.86 79.97 101.50 30.46 177.12 25.98 221.50 95.40 56.90 214.70 1,971.26 7,269.64

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to disapprove Notice to Bidders Twelve Month Bid for 25 Ton Crane with 4000# Pile Driver and Certified Welder for Work Based on an Hourly Bid August 5, 2013 through June 30, 2014. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Commissioners Sale of Lot 13, Block 53, Original Town of Hammon, including the Bid on County Property, Notice to Sell County Property, Proof of Publication, Transcript of Proceedings, Minutes of Commissioners’ Sale, Copy of County Resale Deed and Prepared County Commissioners’ Deed all provided by the County Treasurer. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Application for Gas Pipeline Crossing with Enogex Gas Gathering from Sections 29 to 28, Township 15N, Range 24WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Correction of Tracts of Land in Legal Description on Notice to Bidders for Sale of Oil & Gas Lease in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM. Corrected Notice to Bidders is available at the Commissioners’ Office in County Courthouse. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Correction of Tracts of Land in Legal Description on Resolution 1314-55 to Authorize Advertisement and Sale of Oil & Gas Lease in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM. Corrected Resolution 1314-55 is available at the Commissioners’ Office in County Courthouse. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-55, Authorize Advertisement and Sale of Oil e & Gas Lease in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Amendment to Application for Underground Gas Carrying Pipeline Crossing with Enogex Gas Gathering in Section 14, Township 14N, Range 24WIM, due to incorrect preliminary maps filed in original application recorded June 28, 2013 in Book 2198, page 386 in the Roger Mills county Deed Records. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for 3 Temporary Line Crossings with Rock Water Energy from Sections 18 to 7 to 8 to 17, of Township 11N, Range 25WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Application for Underground Gas Carrying Pipeline Crossing with Enogex Gas Gathering, LLC from Sections 8 to 9, Township 15N, Range 26WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Application for Entrance Permit with Apache Corp. in Section 16, Township 16N, Range 22WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Brian Hay to approve Application for Temporary Line Crossing with LeNorman Operating from Sections 11 to 12, Township 17N, Range 25WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-57. The Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners, on behalf of Berlin Community Center, affirms its commitment to take all action within its power to facilitate the receipt of assistance of CENA fund if awarded to Berlin Community Center. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

Motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve 2014 CENA Grant Application for Berlin Community Center. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Under New Business: Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for Entrance Permit with Samson Resources in Section 24, Township 14N, Range 24WIM. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. There being no further business to come before the Board, motion was made by Brian Hay and seconded by Ray Hughes to adjourn the meeting. Yes votes – Brian Hay, Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Attest: S/ Jimmy Beavin _________________ S/ Brian Hay __________________ County Clerk Chairman

S/ Ray Hughes _______________ Vice-Chairman S/ Justin Walker_______________ Member

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDING July 29, 2013

The Board of County Commissioners met in a regular session this 29th day of July 2013 with the time, place, and agenda duly posted. The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chairman Ray Hughes. Present were Vice-Chairman Ray Hughes, Member Justin Walker, County Clerk Jimmy Beavin, and Commissioners Secretary Kristy Martin. Resolution 1314-5 Hospital Lease Renewal for Fiscal Year 2013-14 was tabled. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Multi-County Youth Professional Service Agreement for Committee of Concern for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Minutes of the July 15, 2013 meeting were read. No corrections were made. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve the minutes as read. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve the payroll claims and taxes for the month of July, 2013. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve the following claims for payment. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. WARRANTS # NAME PURPOSE AMOUNT General Fund: Reserves 2012-13 1617 Bear Trax Grill Guard $ 650.00 1618 Galls Uniform 159.99 1619 LW Computer Ser. Computer 5,018.50 1620 MC Oil Co. Fuel 32.75 1621 MC Oil Co. Fuel 220.03 1622 SPC Supplies 28.50 2013-14 35 to 79 Payroll 80 Aflac Withholding 81 Bay Bridge Admin. Withholding 82 Leaders Life Withholding 83 Lincoln Nat. Life Ins. Withholding 84 Lincoln Nat. Life Ins. Withholding 85 OPEH & W Plan Withholding 86 OPERS Withholding 87 OSEEGI Board Withholding 88 Ok. Emp. Cr. Union Withholding 89 Pebsco Withholding 90 Security State Bank Withholding 91 Security State Bank Withholding 92 Security State Bank Withholding 93 Security State Bank Withholding 94 ACCO Liability Ins. 95 Jan Bailey Travel 96 Bank of America Fuel 97 James Beavin Travel 98 Cheyenne Star Publication 99 Cheyenne Star Publication 100 Cops Products Uniform 101 CODA Registration 102 CODA Registration 103 Multi Co. Youth Ser. VOID 104 Interstate Battery Batteries 105 Market Square Boardbill 106 MC Oil Co. Fuel 107 MC Oil Co. Fuel 108 Midwest Printing Forms 109 Northfork Electric Utilities 110 Ok Court Clerk Assoc. Membership Dues 111 Prairie Fire Coffee Supplies 112 PSO Utilities 113 Wright Solutions Repairs 114 CTC Janitorial Supplies Cash Funds: Sheriff’s 911 Dispatching Fees: 2013-14 1 to 3 Payroll 4 Security State Bank Withholding 5 Security State Bank Withholding 6 Security State Bank Withholding 7 Security State Bank Withholding Sheriff’s Detention Fees: 1 & 2 Payroll 3 Bay Bridge Admin. Withholding 4 Lincoln National Life Withholding 5 Lincoln Nat. Life Ins. Withholding 6 OPEH & W Plan Withholding 7 OPERS Withholding 8 OSEEGI Board Withholding 9 Security State Bank Withholding 10 Security State Bank Withholding 11 Security State Bank Withholding 12 Security State Bank Withholding 13 Buster Clinic Services 14 Cheyenne Lumber Supplies 15 Cheyenne Drug Supplies 16 Market Square Supplies 17 Market Square Boardbill OSU Extension Center: 2013-14 1 Payroll 2 Security State Bank 3 Security State Bank 4 Security State Bank 5 Security State Bank 6 Day’s Pest Control 7 Market Square 8 SPC Leasing

Rural Fire Departments: Reserves 2012-2013 229 Chappell Supply

2013-14 7 PSO 8 Security State Bank 9 Total Com Inc. 10 Valley Electric Ser.

$ 1,110.54 753.93 290.99 2,280.00 1,400.00 25,398.21 23,126.50 291.20 9,247.00 31.35 12,523.95 3,239.34 4,061.00 13,850.80 58,911.00 208.52 496.44 155.94 1,505.70 90.51 80.85 75.00 135.00 VOID 161.40 466.95 943.20 586.87 529.67 55.68 100.00 198.55 5,478.10 225.00 93.75

$ 282.94 94.66 70.00 404.74

$ 50.00 50.00 50.00 544.00 636.64 9.10 535.81 111.68 178.00 477.56 100.00 252.64 31.43 83.28 486.01

Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Maintenance Supplies Copier Lease

$ 10.00 2.62 10.00 11.16 32.00 280.05 488.46

Tank

$

Utilities Lease/Purchase Labor/Eqpt. Installation

$ 56.00 474.20 1,770.00 2,201.00

5,643.00

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Thursday, September 5, 2013 Civil Defense: 2013-14 2 Interstate Battery

Batteries

$

32.85

Senior Citizen: 2013-14 1 Hammon Sr. Citizens Payroll

$

1,191.83

Free Fair Board: 2013-14 3&4 Payroll 5 Security State Bank 6 Security State Bank 7 Security State Bank 8 Security State Bank 9 Cheyenne Lumber 10 Hotsy of Oklahoma

Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Supplies Pressure Washer

$ 57.47 22.56 11.00 96.48 196.83 6,349.00

Court Fund: 2013-14 1 Payroll 2 Bay Bridge Admin. 3 Lincoln National Life 4 Lincoln Nat. Life Ins. 5 OPEH & W Plan 6 OPERS 7 OSEEGI Board 8 Security State Bank 9 Security State Bank 10 Security State Bank 11 Security State Bank

Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding Withholding

$ 82.88 50.00 50.00 544.00 596.51 9.10 328.11 90.38 106.00 386.46

RM Mem. Hospital: 2013-14 1 RM Mem. Hospital 2 RM Mem. Hospital 3 RM Mem. Hospital 4 RM Mem. Hospital

Sales Tax Sales Tax Sales Tax Sales Tax

$ 93,037.17 177,646.23 205,303.58 202,699.91

Highway Fund: 2013-14 49 to 104 Payroll 105 Aflac Withholding $ 1,355.33 106 Bay Bridge Admin. Withholding 1,005.38 107 Leaders Life Withholding 253.98 108 Lincoln National Life Withholding 3,440.00 109 Lincoln Nat. Life Ins. Withholding 1,850.00 110 OPEH & W Plan Withholding 35,328.81 111 OPERS Withholding 29,408.78 112 OSEEGI Board Withholding 427.70 113 Ok. Emp. Cr. Union Withholding 2,626.00 114 Security State Bank Withholding 17,993.75 115 Security State Bank Withholding 4,682.94 116 Security State Bank Withholding 5,693.00 117 Security State Bank Withholding 20,023.46 118 Airgas USA Supplies 257.60 119 Airgas USA Supplies 261.12 120 Allied Gypsum Road Material 8,931.30 121 Altus Oil & Feed Supplies 735.43 122 Cheyenne Lumber Supplies 505.30 123 Cheyenne Star Publication 35.20 124 Consumer Textile Supplies 64.48 125 CODA Registration 75.00 126 Dr. Pepper Supplies 61.25 127 Grand Economy Supplies 378.01 128 Hercules Tire Tires 398.36 129 Hutchinson Oil Co. Fuel 21,655.94 130 Integrated Circuits Radio Parts 456.00 131 Janning Welding Parts 298.50 132 Jimmy Webb Painting Services 4,800.00 133 L & R Tire Tires 339.22 134 Lawson Products Parts 171.19 135 M & B Fence Bldg. Fence 3,025.00 136 Midwest Farm Supply Parts 1,181.38 137 Midwest Farm Supply Parts 864.28 138 Northfork Electric Utilities 459.00 139 Prairie Fire Coffee Supplies 195.00 140 PSO Utilities 508.94 141 PSO Utilities 827.23 142 Roberts Truck Center Parts 521.95 143 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,792.72 144 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 145 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,100.17 146 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 147 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 2,125.13 148 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,083.05 149 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 4,877.78 150 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 2,725.13 151 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 152 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,804.43 153 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 446.65 154 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 1,648.90 155 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 156 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 157 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 158 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,760.28 159 Security State Bank Lease/Purchase 3,542.04 160 Smith Ag Center Supplies 231.00 161 T & W Tire Repairs 937.72 162 Triple B Monitoring Service 90.00 163 Triple B Monitoring Service 150.00 164 Yow Auto Supply Parts 744.74 165 Zee Medical Service Supplies 451.05 Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Blanket Purchase Order # 446 through # 454 for maintenance and operation for the Highway Funds, OSU and Sheriff. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. At 10:00 a.m. Oral Bids were accepted for Sale of Oil & Gas Lease in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM, containing a total of 10.30302 net acres. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to award bid to Ward Petroleum Corporation for a cash bonus of $ 15,454.53 plus $ 90.51 in publication costs. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Present during this bid opening was Kristina Ojeda with Reagan Resources. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Resolution 1314-58. Whereas, the Board of Roger Mills County Commissioners hereby approve the Sale of Oil and Gas Lease and Authorize Execution and Delivery of Lease in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM containing 10.30302 acres more or less. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Present during this meeting was Kristina Ojeda with Reagan Resources. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Oil & Gas Lease on 10.30302 acres in Section 32, Township 14N, Range 23WIM to War Petroleum Corporation. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Present during this meeting was Kristina Ojeda with Reagan Resources. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for 6 Underground Crude Oil Carrying Pipeline Crossings with Sunoco Pipeline in and between the following legal tracts of land. Section 3, Township 11N, Range 27W to Section 18, Township 11N, Range 26W; Section 17 to 16, Township 11N, Range 26W; Section 16 to 15, Township 11N, Range 26W; Section 13, Township 11N, Range 26W to Section 18, Township 11N, Range 25W; Section 18 to 17, Township 11N, Range 25W; and Section 17 to 16, Township 11N, Range 25W. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Present during this meeting was Chris Candelaria with Summit Resources. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Application for 6 Underground Gas Carrying Pipeline Crossings with Markwest Buffalo Creek Gas Company in and between the following legal tracts of land. Section 31 to 6, Township 11N, Range 26W; Section 6 to 5, Township 11N, Range 26W; Section 5 to 4, Township 11N, Range 26W; Section 9 to 10, Township 11N, Range 26W; Section 18 to 17, Township 11N, Range 25W; and Section 13, Township 11N, Range 26W to Section 18, Township 11N, Range 25W. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Contract with Cedar Ridge General Contracting, LLC for Contracting Services for Roger Mills Ag Pavilion Kitchen Remodel Project. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

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Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Application for Temporary Line Crossing with Rockwater Energy between Sections 7 & 12, Township 11N, Range 26WIM. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for Entrance Permit with Laredo Petroleum in Section 18, Township 14N, Range 25WIM. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for Temporary Line Crossing with Crescent Services in Section 14, Township 14N, Range 24WIM. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Application for 4 Temporary Line Crossings with AES Water Solutions between Sections 25, 26, 27 & 33, Township 16N, Range 23WIM and Sections 29 & 30, Township 16N, Range 22WIM. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Bridge Inspection Invoice # 65-2013 for Bridge Inspection Contract JP # 28569(19), Project # BRY-NBIS(090)CO in the amount of $ 14,140.00. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Consultant Invoice Amount and Approvals for Bridge Project # BRYNBIS(090)CO in the amount of $ 14,140.00. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Report of Conference between Bridge Owner and Bridge Inspection Consultant for Invoice # 65-2013. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for Entrance Permit with Chesapeake Energy in Section 13, Township 11N, Range 26WIM. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for 3 Temporary Line Crossings with AES Water Solutions between Sections 3, 4, 5 & 6, Township 15N, Range 26WIM. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to approve Application for Temporary Line Crossing with AES Water Solutions in Section 30, Township 13N, Range 24WIM. Yes votes Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Application for 2 Temporary Line Crossings with Black Jack Rentals between Sections 32, 33 & 28, Township 15N, Range 22WIM. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to divide the 1.50% county sale tax for 2013 as follows: 60.00% Roger Mills Hospital (Fixed) 8.33% Rural Fire Departments (Fixed) 22.92% Roger Mills Co. General Fund 4.25% Senior Citizen Centers (Cheyenne 43%, Hammon 43%, Reydon 14%) 1.9% Roger Mills Co. Free Fair Board 1.5% OSU Extension Office .35% Roger Mills Co. Economic Development .75% Roger Mills Co. Civil Defense Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve the Sheriff’s Credit Card Report for the month of July. Yes votes - Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Motion was made by Justin Walker and seconded by Ray Hughes to approve Transfer of Appropriations from Accounts RE-UK; RE-RB and RERF to RE-3 Account in the total amount of $ 3,000.00. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed.

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

APPLICANT: ENERVEST OPERATING, LLC ) CAUSE CD NO. 201305816T RELIEF SOUGHT: POOLING ) BLM BIG FOOT 1H-7 WELL LEGAL SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 14 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: Brigham Exploration, Inc.; Brigham Energy, LLC; Statoil Exploration Company; Heirs, Successors or Assigns of Edward Lee Markwell, deceased; Maxwell Resources Corporation. If any named person is deceased, then the known or unknown heirs, executors, administrators, trustees, devisees, and assigns, immediate and remote of such decedent, are made respondents to this Notice. If any named Respondent is a corporation which does not continue to have legal existence, then the known or unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any of such entity, are made respondents to this Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting that the Commission pool as a unit and adjudicate the rights and equities of all oil and gas owners, pursuant to Title 52 O.S. '87.1, in the Douglas, Tonkawa, Cottage Grove, Cleveland, Marmaton and Cherokee common sources of supply underlying Section 7, Township 14 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County and to designate the Applicant or some other party as operator. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting the following special relief: To authorize the Applicant or some other party to drill said well, provide that the operator have one-year in which to commence operations and possibly make this Order effective on a date prior to the signing thereof. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting their findings and recommendations to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the conservation docket at the Corporation Commission, Eastern Regional Office, Suite 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, at 8:30 a.m. on the 23rd day of September, 2013 and that this Notice be published as required by law and by the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of the telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney prior to the hearing date and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any part objecting to the place of hearing should filed their objection with the Court Clerk not less than five (5) days before the initial scheduled hearing. Failure to make a timely objection to the location of the hearing may be deemed by the Commission as a waiver to the place of hearing or venue. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested parties may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact CULLEN MANNING, 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 3rd 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

Sheriff Joe Hay met with the Board to discuss upgrades to lighting in Jail. Sheriff Hay was advised to obtain specifications for lighting in Jail and provide to Purchasing Agent. This item was discussed and no decisions were made on this item. There being no further business to come before the Board, motion was made by Ray Hughes and seconded by Justin Walker to adjourn the meeting. Yes votes – Ray Hughes and Justin Walker, motion passed. Attest: S/ Jimmy Beavin _________________ S/ Brian Hay __________________ County Clerk Chairman

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BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT:

RICHARD E. COBB AND GARY F. COBB

RELIEF SOUGHT: DRILLING AND SPACING UNITS CAUSE CD NO. 201305741

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 15 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA S/ Ray Hughes _______________ Vice-Chairman NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applicant in this cause is re S/ Justin Walker_______________ questing that the Commission enter an order (a) vacating Order No. 207583 Member as to the Des Moines common source of supply, (b) establishing 160-acre drilling and spacing units for the production of gas and gas condensate from the Des Moines common source of supply underlying Section 9, Township 15 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma; and (c) designating the Aderholt #1 Well as the unit well for the NE/4 of Section 9 for the Des Moines common source of supply. Applicant further requests that the order to be entered in this cause be made effective on some date prior to the date of the hearing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Corporation Commission Oklahoma City facility, Jim Thorpe Building, 2101 North Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73105, at 8:30 a.m., on September 23, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that 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 Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their names and telephone numbers. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action contact Gregory L. Mahaffey, Attorney, or Brady L. Smith, Attorney, 300 N.E. 1st Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73104-4004, Telephone: 405/236-0478. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

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

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROGER MILLS COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the Estate of ) ) Case No. PB-2013-20 RUBY L. THOMSON, deceased. ) NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND FINAL ACCOUNT, PETITION FOR ORDER ALLOWING FINAL REPORT AND FINAL ACCOUNT AND DETERMINING HEIRSHIP, AND PETITION FOR FINAL DECREE OF DISTRIBUTION AND DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that Terry Dean Thomson, Personal Representative of the Estate of Ruby L. Thomson, deceased, has filed in this court a final report and final account of the administration of the estate and a petition for an order allowing final report and final account and determination of heirs, distribution of the estate and for final discharge of the Personal Representative, and that the hearing of the same has been fixed by the Judge of this court for 1:30 o’clock p.m., on the 24th day of September, 2013, at the courtroom of the District Court in the County Courthouse at Cheyenne, Oklahoma. All persons interested in the estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the account should not be settled and allowed, the heirs of Ruby L. Thomson, deceased, determined, the estate distributed to the persons entitled thereto, and the Personal Representative discharged. WITNESS MY HAND on the 23rd day of August, 2013. S/ F. Pat VerSteeg John R. Meinders, OBA #15308 Judge JOHN R. MEINDERS, P.C. 2201 S.W. Main Street Woodward, OK 73801 (580) 256-5074 (580) 254-3733 - Fax Attorney for Personal Representative

Legal Notice of Decision Big Foot 1H-7 Gas and Oil Well On August 29, 2013, District Ranger, Tom Smeltzer signed a Decision Memo for the Big Foot 1H-7 Gas and Oil Well. The decision approves construction of a well pad, access road and pipeline on the Black Kettle National Grassland Unit 43 in sections 7, T14N, R25W, IM, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. A water well may be drilled on-site for use during the drilling phase of this project. The Decision Memo and associated project record are available at the Black Kettle National Grassland office, 18555 Hwy 47A, Cheyenne, OK 73628. On July 25, 2013, a 30 day legal notice providing opportunity for comment and appeal was posted in the Cheyenne Star, the newspaper of record, and ran for two consecutive weeks. The district rangeland specialist met with affected grazing permit holders and the proposal was included in the Cibola National Forest Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA). No comments or inquiries were received by interested public. A Forest Service interdisciplinary team of specialists reviewed the proposed action and did not identify any significant issues during project review and environmental analysis. This decision therefore, is not subject to appeal pursuant to 36CFR 215.12. Implementation of this project may begin immediately. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: APACHE CORPORATION RELIEF SOUGHT: WELL LOCATION EXCEPTION LAND COVERED: SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 13 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA CAUSE CD NO. 201305723-T NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: and all persons, owners, producers and operators of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission issue an order authorizing the drilling, completion and production of a well in the Tonkawa common source of supply for the 640-acre drilling and spacing unit consisting of Section 14, Township 13 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The well will be a horizontal well in the Tonkawa common source of supply with the surface location and completion interval as follows: North/South Location-ft Surface Location NCT 60' FSL Roger Mills Co. First Perforation NCT 300' FNL Roger Mills Co. Last Perforation NCT 300' FSL Roger Mills Co.

East/West Location-ft NCT 300' FEL Section 11-13N-25W NCT 500' FEL Section 14-13N-25W NCT 500' FEL Section 14-13N-25W

This well will be completed using casing and cement. The completion interval for the well shall be the entire length of the lateral between the first and last perforations described above. Provided, the entire length of the lateral shall be in the E/2 of said Section 14.The order is to grant an exception to the terms of Order No. 130940. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the location described above is moving toward the following described property: (a) Sections 11, 12, 13, 23 and 24, Township 13 North, Range 25 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: (a) That the Applicant, or some other party, be designated as operator of the unit well. (b) That the well, if a commercial producer in the common source of supply named herein, be permitted to produce without penalty. (c) That, at the request of the Applicant, the Order may be made effective on a date prior to its signing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Office of the Corporation Commission, Room 114, 440 South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 24th day of September, 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 28th day of August, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: MIDSTATES PETROLEUM COMPANY RELIEF SOUGHT: LOCATION EXCEPTION CAUSE CD NO. 201305788 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 21 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting that this Commission grant a well location for a well to be drilled and produced from the Cottage Grove common source of supply underlying Section 5, Township 17 North, Range 21 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, at a location as follows: Completion Interval: To be located within the subsurface location tolerance area as set forth below: Not closer than 200 feet from the North line and not closer than 200 feet from the South line and not closer than 1,800 feet from the East line of Section 5, Township 17 North, Range 21 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. as exception to Order No. 104943. A request will be made to designate the Applicant or some other party as the operator of the proposed well. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the drilling and spacing unit described in the caption hereof underlies Section 5, Township 17 North, Range 21 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and the sections adjacent are Sections 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9, Township 17 North, Range 21 West; and Sections 31, 32 and 33, Township 18 North, Range 21 West, all in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. IT IS ORDERED that this Cause be referred to an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. IT IS ORDERED AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Merits Docket at the Corporation Commission, First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 24th day of September, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action contact MR. BILL BRUNER, Midstates Petroleum Company, P. O. Box 3105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74101, (918) 551-7165 or CHARLES L. HELM, Attorney, 105 North Hudson, Suite 700, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73102, (405) 232-9000. Please refer to Cause CD Number. DONE AND PERFORMED this

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day of August, 2013.

CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA

PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

ATTEST: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA APPLICANT: MIDSTATES PETROLEUM COMPANY RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED DENSITY CAUSE CD NO. 201305789 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 21 WEST, ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons, particularly in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and all parties listed as respondents on Exhibit "A", attached to the Application on file herein, and more particularly: CAROLINE DAVIS WILLIAMS; CLEO WILLIAMS; MASSEY MACK WILLIAMS; and RUTH IRENE WILLIAMS, if living, or if deceased, the known and unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees and/or assigns, immediate and remote, of the above named parties. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting an exception to Order No. 104943 to allow an additional Increased Density Well to be drilled and produced from the Cottage Grove common source of supply on the drilling and spacing unit described in the caption, and to designate the Applicant or some other party as operator of the additional well. IT IS ORDERED that this Cause be referred to an Administrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. IT IS ORDERED AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that this Cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Merits Docket at the Corporation Commission, First Floor, Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 8:30 a.m., on the 24th day of September, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the Rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may present testimony by telephone. The cost of telephonic communication shall be paid by the person or persons requesting its use. Interested parties who wish to participate by telephone shall contact the Applicant or Applicant's attorney, prior to the hearing date, and provide their name and phone number. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action contact MR. BILL BRUNER, Midstates Petroleum Company, P. O. Box 3105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74101, (918) 551-7165 or CHARLES L. HELM, Attorney, 105 North Hudson, Suite 700, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73102, (405) 232-9000. Please refer to Cause CD Number. DONE AND PERFORMED this 29th day of August, 2013. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman

BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

ATTEST: PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

BEFORE THE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

APPLICANT: KAISER-FRANCIS OIL COMPANY AND ) KAISER-FRANCIS ANADARKO, LLC ) ) RELIEF SOUGHT: INCREASED DENSITY ) CAUSE CD NO. 201305792-T LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ) SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST ) ROGER MILLS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, and particularly, Allison H. Angleton; Anderman Oils, LLC; Ann Rogers Burandt; B & D Recycling, LLC, Attention: Brett Hunter; Beth Revis Estate; Burlington Resources Oil & Gas Company LP Mid-Continent Division; Carl E. Gungoll Exploration, LLC; Carole J. Drake, LLC; Chertz Exploration, Inc.; Chesapeake Exploration Ltd. Partnership; Chieftain Royalty Company; D & J Oil Company, Inc.; Fleshman Agency, Inc.; Gaye L. Johnson; Gungoll Exploration, LLC; Hal French, Inc.; James Michael Jones; Jeff Spencer Rogers; Johnson Properties, LLC; Keith A. Rasmussen; Leo M. Kantowski and Laura M. Kantowski; Linda S. Johnstone; Linn Operating, Inc.; Linn Exploration Midcontinent LLC; Loyd C. Rice Trust, Loyd C. Rice, Trustee; Lydia B. Kronfeld Trust, Lydia B. Kronfeld, Trustee; Lynn Escamilla; MacFarlane Company; Mahony Corporation; MAP 2004-OK; Michael P. Knapp; Mohan Petroleum OK, Inc.; PRI, Ltd. Partnership ; Ramsey W. Drake; Richard Hauschild, Jr.; Richard R. Tozzi and Brenda L. Tozzi; Ricky A. Rice; Rondel Rice Estate; Russell Scott Revis; S/O Investor, LP aka S-O Investors, LP; Samson Resources Company; Sanguine, Ltd.; SM Energy Company; Sol West III; St. Mary Land and Exploration Company; Stephen George Vedros Revocable Trust, Stephen George Vedros and Jannis Jeanne Vedros, Trustees; Steven J. Johnstone; Sydhan LP; Trible Properties; UGGS Energy, LLC; Wade Trust, Larry W. Jenkins, Trustee; Ward X Ltd. Partnership; Ward Petroleum Corporation; Wilson Energy, LLC; Wontok-I Royalty Company; Wontok-II Royalty Company; and, Yvonne T. Rogers, Life Tenant, and if any of the above are deceased, defunct or dissolved, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, assigns and successors, immediate and remote, of the above named parties. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting that the Commission: (a) Enter an Order, to be effective on the date of issuance or on a date prior thereto, authorizing the drilling of an additional well to test and produce from the Marmaton common source of supply underlying the captioned unit as an exception to Order No. 164250, and to appoint Applicant or some other party as Operator of the subject well, and (b) Establish a proper allowable for the well. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant in this cause is requesting the following special relief: Applicant is requesting Commission to appoint Applicant or some other party as operator of the subject well. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administrative Law Judge, for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before an Administrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing Docket at the Tulsa Regional Service Offices, 440 S. Houston, Suite 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74127, at 8:30 a.m. on the 24th day of September, 2013, and that this notice be published as required by law and the rules of the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any person having an interest in this cause or desiring to protest same may participate in the hearing by telephone pursuant to OCC-OAC 165: 5-1-8, and if this cause is uncontested, the Applicant, its representatives and witnesses may appear and testify by telephone. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any Respondent having standing to protest by statute or by rule of the Corporation Commission, objecting to the place of hearing, must file a written response or protest with the Court Clerk's office of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, not less than five (5) days before the scheduled hearing date shown above. Failure to timely object pursuant to OCC-OAC 165: 5-1-8 may be deemed a waiver of objection to venue. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning this action, contact Craig Dolinksy, Kaiser-Francis Oil Company, P.O. Box 21468, Tulsa, OK 74121, Phone: (918) 491-4433 or Mr. Verland E. Behrens, Attorney for Applicant, 6 N.E. 63rd Street, Suite 400, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105, Phone: (405) 848-1014. CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman

DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner

DONE AND PERFORMED this 29th day of August, 2013. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION: ____________________________________ PEGGY MITCHELL, Commission Secretary

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COMPLETION Beckham County NE/4 of 26-11-26, Carlson 2-26. SM Energy, Total Depth 15,886 NE/4 of 20-10-26, Billy 7-20, SM Energy, Total Depth 14,150 Dewey County NE/4 of 21-16-20, Regena G, Chesapeake, Total Depth 12,893 Ellis County NW/4 of 18-21-25, Howard, Chesapeake, Total Depth 12,273 NW/4 of 32-18-23, McCormick 2-32, Merit Energy, Total Depth 12,775 Roger Mills County SW/4 of 18-11-25, Cooprider, Linn Operating, Total Depth 16,639 SW/4 of 12-11-26, McGuire, Linn Operating, Total Depth 16,380 NW/4 of 30-16-24, Coogle 1-30, Apache, Total Depth 13,150 Washita County NE/4 of 18-11-18, McNatt, Chesapeake, Total Depth 17,499 INCREASED DENSITY Dewey County Section 21-17-14 Devon Energy Ellis County Section 10-17-22 Midstates Petroleum Section 35-18-24 EOG Resources Section 24-18-24 Primary Natural Washita County Section 26-11-18 SM Energy INTENT to DRILL Ellis County NW/4 of 6-15-24, Leroy Davis 1-9, Primary Natural, Total Depth 13,746 NE/4 15-17-24, Frances O 15-2, EOG Resources, Total Depth 14,145 Roger Mills County NW/4 of 12-14-24, Boswell 12-1, LE Norman, Total Depth 16,451 NE/4 of 18-14-26, Morning Star 1-18, Enervest, Total Depth 12,765 NW/4 of 22-15-26, Ava State, Chesapeake, Total Depth 15,000 NE/4 of 5-12-25, Black Moon 1-5, Enervest, Total Depth 18,031 POOLING Ellis County Section 30-17-24 LE Norman Operating Section 3-18-24 EOG Resources Section 14-18-25 LE Norman Operating Roger Mills County Section 13-12-25, 16-16-22 Apache Section 12-14-24 LE Norman Operating SPUD Ellis County NE/4 of 18-18-23, Shrewder 3-17, Primary Natural, Total Depth 14,268 NW/4 of 25-17-24, Berryman 2-25, Primary Natural, Total Depth 14,181 NW/4 of 17-18-23, Shrewder 1-17, Primary Natural, Total Depth 14,233 Information compiled by Arrowhead Resources, Inc., Sayre, OK Don’t make a mistake! Call Arrowhead Resources, Inc., 1-800-749-4926, before signing an oil and gas lease or mineral deed.

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NEED YOUR HELP....Do you know the young lady in the picure above? She was found in a frame at the Clothes Closet in Cheyenne. If you have any information about the picture, please call or email the Cheyenne Star.

New Librarian at Leedey

By Triston Musick -- The Leedey Junior Chamber of Commerce recently elected officers. The officers this year are: Matalyn Haney, President; Austin Cerlock, Vice-President; and Kennedy Winn,Secretary. Marcia Thomason, JCC adviser, said the organization has51 members in ninth through twelfth grade. JCC is to help teach kids what government is like.The purpose of JCC is to learn community service and give scholarships to graduating students. Leedey’s chapter started seven years ago. Some of the activities JCC sponsors are blood drives, a Halloween dance; and decorate the park and Main Street for Christmas. They also help Donate eggs for the Easter egg hunts and help count and distribute them. Thomason was a member of the chamber of commerce and thought it would be a good idea to bring younger kids in the picture.

By Justin Clinesmith -- Kimbre Danielson joins the Leedey faculty this year as the school librarian. Danielson says she loves to read and being the librarian is a fun and interesting job. As a first-year teacher, she says, “I want to help each student develop a love for reading and help them find something that they enjoy reading.” Danielson was an audiologist in Elk City and has also worked for an ear, nose and throat doctor before opening her own practice in 2008. Teaching at Leedey has given her the opportunity to spend more time with her family. Her husband is Leedey Principal Darren Danielson, and her daughters are Dailee, Karlee, Kenzee and Daycee.

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Reydon Tigers

Fair Winners Kynlee Goad - Pre-K - Fair poster winner - 1st place Kaden Markham 2nd grade - Watercolor and Drawing/Charcoal - 2nd place for both projects in the Open Division Kyler Goad 2nd grade - Fair poster winner - 1st place Bailey Isler - Kindergarten - Fair poster winner - 2nd place

Hayden Coker watches at Chuck Milner sings a cowboy song to the pre-k and Kindergarten class. Thanks to Chuck for taking time to come and talk to the Pre-K and Kindergarten about cowboys and some of their equipment and also sing some cowboy songs!! We greatly appreciate it!

Reydon High School Student of the Month Abbey Hartley Junior

Bailey Isler holds a cracker with butter that the kindergarten class made during rodeo week!

Students of the Week Front Row - Kaydence Cox Pre-K, Sean Dewall 3rd grade, Tanner Smith 1st grade, Ella Powers Kindergarten Back Row - Tegan Jones 5th grade, Kaden Markham 2nd grade, Katrina Freeman 4th grade, Dayne Marshall 6th grade (not pictured)

Nate Hickey and Trevor Cochran Rodeo week 2013

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Reydon Tigers Reydon Brings Back Music!

Fair Poster Winners Riley Jester 1st grade - 3rd place and Zaden Kinnaman 1st grade - 1st place

Coach Travis Goad helps Kaydence Cox rope the steer during Pre-k and Kindergarten rodeo week. Paula Fox has been hired to teach Music at Reydon Public Schools. She has taught all levels of music education for the past 12 years. She has a Bachelor degree in Vocal Music Education from Oklahoma City University and a Masters degree in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance from Oklahoma State University. She grew up in Choctaw and taught there before coming to Reydon. Paula enjoys theater and movies and police detective shows. Bones is her favorite show. She has been in several Broadway and Operas and also enjoys reading, yoga and dancing. Her son Nathan attends college at UCO in Edmond. Paula choose Reydon because they were without a music program and she wanted to bring music to the students. "I'm really excited to be here at Reydon! The people have been so nice and I am excited about the future of music at Reydon School," Paula added.

Hayden Coker and Rance McEntire

Colter Cockrell is ready for the Pre-k and Kindergarten rodeo

Cowboy Trevor Cochran Pre-K and Kindergarten Rodeo 2013 Abbey Hartley paints Ella Powers a rodeo clown face as Brailee Parr looks on!! Thursday, Sept 5: French Toast Sticks, Applesauce, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Ham, Roll, Buttered Potatoes, Peas, Pineapple, Milk Friday, Sept 6: Muffin, Yogurt, Cereal, Fruit Cocktail, Juice, Milk Hamburger, Bun, French Fries, Fruit Cocktail, Milk Monday, Sept 9: Breakfast Bites, Pears, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk BBQ on Bun, Spinach, French Fries, Pears, Milk Tuesday, Sept 10: English Muffin, Ham, Cheese, Apple, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Chicken & Noodles, Cheese Stick, Roll, Carrots, Apple Crisp, Apple, Milk Wed, Sept 11: Cinnamon Roll, Yogurt, Oranges, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Taco Salad, Pinto Beans, Lettuce/Tomato, Oranges, Milk Thursday, Sept 12: Bacon, Egg, Toast, Grapes, Cereal, Juice, Milk Lasagna, Breadstick, Green Beans, Grapes, Milk Friday, Sept 13: Breakfast Pizza, Pineapple, Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk - Corn Dog, Corn, Pineapple, Milk

Kayden Meadows - Rodeo Clown

We proudly support our students, teachers and staff at Reydon Public Schools

Chloe Wright 3rd grade Fair Poster Winner - 1st place and Chloe McEntire 3rd grade Fair Poster Winner - 3rd place

REYDON SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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

Thursday, Sept 5: JH Baseball at Erick 4:30; HS Baseball vs. Fargo 4:30; JH/HS Softball at Arapaho 4:30 Friday, Sept 6: HS Baseball vs. Canute & Vici 4:00; JH/ HS Softball vs. Canute 4:30; All Sports Membership DriveIce Cream Social 5:30 Monday, Sept 9: HS Baseball at Sentinel 4:30; JH/HS Softball at Erick 4:30 Tuesday, Sept 10: JH Baseball vs. Leedey 4:30; JH/HS Softball vs. Granite 4:30 Thursday, Sept 12: HS Baseball at Hammon 4:30; JH Softball Tournament at Hammon Friday, Sept 13: JH Baseball at Hammon 4:30; HS Baseball vs. Blair/Fargo 4:30; JH/HS Softball at Blair 4:30

T-3 String Up - Timmy & Trudy Hartley T & O Oilfield Services Security State Bank Pat & Suzann VerSteeg Nance Contract Pumping LLC Hyland Pharmacy Turley Ranch Lynn & Jan Bailey Derek & Jennifer Hawkings

Mark Your Calendars!

REYDON BOOK FAIR September 16-25 Family Night

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


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Hammon Warriors

Chania Walker slides in!

AUdrey Bearbow hits a good one!

Cade Corff pitching for the Warriors

Kala Morris is up to bat!

Clay Teel waiting for the game to start!

Jose Rameriz narrowly misses getting hit! Softball Pictures by Gay Walker Baseball Pictures by Darla Corff Senior Korbin Ivey gets a good hit!

Rashel Williams pitching

Some pretty girls!

We are just having fun!

We proudly support our students, teachers and staff at Hammon Public Schools Kountry Kitchen Security State Bank Pat & Suzann VerSteeg

Jan & Lynn Bailey

Derek & Jennifer Hawkins


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