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Community Calendar Wednesday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. Noon Alva Kiwanis Club meets at Champs Restaurant. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 6 p.m. Free weight loss support, 12 week session, Sept. 12-Dec. 12. Weighins start at 6 p.m., meeting 6:30-7:30, First United Methodist Church, children may attend church sponsored activities while adults meet. 7 p.m. Alva Moose Lodge men’s

meeting is held every Wednesday. Thursday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. A program on the State Questions will be held at 12:30 p.m. Noon Alva Rotary Club meets at Champs Restaurant. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 3-6 p.m. Food distribution every Thursday, Alva Wesleyan Food Bank, 818 Lane St. 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous will

meet at 1027 8th (Wesley House) in Alva every Monday and Thursday. Friday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 6:30 p.m. Fun Night with a covered dish dinner will be held at the Woods County Senior Citizens Center, Alva. 7:30 p.m. Alva High School will host Dibble for football at Ranger Stadium. This is senior night.

Loud music leads to four charges By Marione Martin Police say a man who refused to turn down loud music caused enough trouble that he is now facing four charges. According to records on file in Alfalfa County, Cherokee Police Officer Bryn Vogelsong was sent to 228 West 8th St. about 11:30 p.m. Oct. 13, on a complaint of loud music. Vogelsong talked to the resident, Charles Raymond Cox, who was described as appearing highly intoxicated with bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech and a strong odor about his breath and person. Vogelsong asked Cox to turn down his music due to the volume and the time of night. Cox argued about the officer’s right to request the music be

turned down, because it was inside his house. He also said the officer had no right to be there. Police Chief David Butler arrived and introduced himself to Cox at the front door. While they were talking, a song came over the boom box that was located just inside the door to the left. Cox said he liked that song and reached to turn up the volume. Chief Butler reached out with his left hand in an attempt to stop Cox from increasing the volume. Cox slapped Butler’s hand away. Chief Butler stepped toward Cox and explained that loud music was a violation of the state statute and if the music was turned up again, he would be arrested for disturbance by loud or unusual noise. Cox responded by pushing the police chief backward, saying he could play

music as loud as he wanted in his house. Chief Butler and Officer Vogelsong attempted to place Cox under arrest. During the arrest, necessary force was used, and Butler suffered two lacerations to his lower left arm. Officer Vogelsong and Officer Tyler Flaherty escorted Cox to the patrol car. Cox resisted being placed in the vehicle, and while being seat belted, he attempted to bite Flaherty on his arm several times. Cox was taken to the Alfalfa County Jail and while being booked, he stated several times to Vogelsong that he would get him when he got out of jail. Cox has been charged with assault and battery upon a peace officer, a felony. He also faces three misdemeanor charges of obstructing an officer, disturbing the peace, and threatening to perform an act of violence.


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Open Burlington School Board seat, possible bond issue, basketball homecoming By Yvonne Miller The Burlington Board of Education met for their regular monthly meeting the evening of Tuesday, October 16. Members present at the over two-and-ahalf hour meeting were: Terry Graham, Beth Guffy, Allison Armbruster, Roger Allen and Aaron Smith. Others present were Superintendent Glen Elliott, Principal Shane Feely and Minutes Clerk Jan Hill. Board Seat No. 3, a five year term currently held by Roger Allen, is up for reelection. Board approved a resolution calling for an election of that seat to be held on Tuesday, February 12, 2013, with a second election to be held on Tuesday, April 2 if needed. Filing period starts Monday, December 3, through Wednesday, December 5, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily at the Alfalfa County Courthouse. Working on Bond Issue Superintendent Elliott said board discussion continues about a possible bond issue. Due to increased valuation from primarily oil and gas revenue, the board considers making needed improvements to the school including: an ag shop to go with the new classroom; a band/safe room; a superintendent house; etc. Elliott said, “We are still trying to figure it all out. We keep getting input.” Burlington Elks Basketball Homecoming Nov. 2 The Elks first basketball game of the season is at home November 2, which is also homecoming. The Elks and Lady

Elks host Cimarron. With the upcoming season, board members discussed sportsmanship of players, coaches, administrators, teachers, parents and fans. They encourage everyone to display good sportsmanship as hosts at home games and at away games. To get Elks fans pumped for the season, there is a Purple Pride bonfire Oct. 30. On the day of homecoming, there’s a Pep Rally at 12:30 p.m. More Burlington School Business Board approved bid specifications for a new school suburban. A hearing to discuss the 2012-2013 General Fund Budget was held, with a vote to be taken at the next board meeting. Monetary budget details were released at the September meeting. The Board employed a mother of three high school age sons, Debby Ross, as Academic Team Coach. They also approved encumbrances, change orders and warrants; the September Activity Fund report; a resolution authorizing the issuance of non-payable warrants, if necessary; and a resolution authorizing the Treasurer to invest monies, if available. The Agriculture Education contract for the on-going vocational program for the 2012-2013 was approved. Superintendent’s Comments Elliott reported that Burlington has 0 (zero) dropouts. He reminded of the OSSBA District 2 meeting in Waynoka Thursday.

The superintendent told of some issues happening in the State Department of Education that postponed release of school report cards until October 25. Elliott also said Burlington School received the “2012 College Readiness Award” from ACT Southwestern Region. This is in recognition of the school having a significant increase in its ACT composite score over the past five years, while at the same time increasing the number of students taking the ACT Assessment. Student Accomplishments and Upcoming Events Principal Shane Feely presented a lengthy list of student accomplishments and upcoming events. Miss Burlington Katelyn Garvie was 3rd runner-up at the Miss Cinderella Pageant on the NWOSU campus. Tulsa State Fair honors: Jenna Maltbie – Reserve Grand Champion Shropshire Wether; Dawna Morawitz -- Reserve Grand Champion Showman; and Anthony Clark’s lamb made the sale. The BHS Academic team won the district tournament over Cherokee and Aline-Cleo; competed in the Mind Games competition; and will appear on Channel 52 on Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m. Sarah Garvie placed 10th out of 89 cross country runners at Regionals, and was the 5th highest individual not part of a team. Parent-Teacher Conferences were Monday and Tuesday. The National FFA Convention is this week. Fall Break is Wednesday – Friday. Monday, November 12, is a Veteran’s Day Program with Sergeant First Class Jerry Snider at the school.


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Lynn Says

Americans postponing marriages and babies due to worries in finance - A Hidden Crisis By Lynn L. Martin (This is an article about match maker Hellen Chen. I found it very interesting because at our photo studio, we are reducing our wedding capability. For several years, we’ve maintained sufficient trained photographers to be able to accept up to three weddings in one day, each covered by two photographers. Through attrition of photographers moving away or changing careers, we are now limiting our schedule to no more than one wedding on any date. There are several ramifications beyond the impact on wedding vendors. Fewer families and fewer children mean less church memberships, and lower enrollment in public schools. Here’s the article.) Births in the US have been falling since 2008, reaching a 12-year low last year, according to Bloomberg News. It is also the smallest population gain since

World War II. Early this year, a Pew survey found that more than one-in-five young adults between 18 and 34 have delayed having a kid because of the economic slowdown — which is approximately the same proportion that postponed marriage. Less and less young adults get married. The share of young adults (18-29) who were married fell from 59% to 20% between 1960 and 2010. “The developed world is graying, whether we have babies or not. But if we want to have people to pay for them in the future — and a reason for families to spend today — we ought to care about the dearth of little people.” a columnist, Derek Thompson, wrote in the Atlantic Magazine. The family unit is said to be the basic building block of a society. If the family units are destroyed gradually through decline of marriages and new births, inevitably the culture and the economic structure of a society will collapse — a serious crisis that is looming not too far in the future. However, why would it make sense to get married and have children when one is

struggling with finances? “Getting married has nothing to do with finances,” said Hellen Chen, bestselling author, relationship expert and matchmaker extraordinaire, who has been helping men and women to get married, even more so in the last four years of global economic slowdown. Chen said, “I have married 50 couples so far. There is this idea that career and financial stability should come before marriage. But what I have seen is that after the couple get married, their finances and careers become better. Even for those who think that they could never afford having a baby, they gave birth and finances improved.” To educate more people on the merits of marriage and how it affects financial growth, and to debunk common marriage myths, Chen wrote the book “The Matchmaker of the Century”, where she talks about the marriage philosophy of establishment of a family first as a life priority, unlike the common advice of establishing a career first. Chen launched her book ‘The Matchmaker of the Century’ on Barnes and Noble, and striking a chord with readers, it subsequently became a best seller. Unlike ordinary matchmakers, who usually bring together men and women who are looking forward to getting married, Chen has brought together numerous men and women who had lost faith in relationships, resistive about love and who had basically given up on the possibility of experiencing a good marriage life. Chen shares the real-life stories of couples in the Matchmaker of the Century book.


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Declines continue in FISD revenues, new grading system being phased in By Roger McKenzie Shrinking revenues and a new grading system for younger students were the highlights of Monday’s meeting of the Freedom Public Schools. Compared with a year ago at this time, district revenues are shrinking The reduction of over $37,000 through Oct. 1 is mostly from reduced gross production revenues. That was the mild warning given the Freedom school board members by Superintendent Danny McCuiston. It is a warning, the superintendent has given before. At the board’s September meeting, he reported revenues were down almost $29,000. Because of the decline, the estimate of gross production revenues used in the calculation of the current school year’s estimate of needs was reduced from $151,000 to $110,000. Actual gross production revenues are currently down $34,584 from a year ago. Also down, to the tune of about $5,000, is school land revenue. The district’s other revenue sources are doing “pretty good,” McCuiston told the board. In the board’s consent agenda, which received approval, a reconciliation of the district’s general ledger bank balance showed almost $24,000 in the account after checks totaling $3,356.97 and receipts totaling $6,680.75 were taken into account. Encumbrances for the district’s General Fund totaled $29,706.26. Over half of that total came in three bites – $9,350.39 for visual inspection services

through the Woods County treasurer’s office; $4,726.39 for equipment to improve the district’s distance learning capability; and $4,067.80 for repairs to the school’s activity bus. Building Fund encumbrances totaled $12,748.40, with most of that coming for electrical work for the agriculture ($8,000) and science ($2,000) departments. Principal’s report Principal Brett Hill reported that the district is introducing a gradual change in grading systems used for the pre-kindergarten through second grade students. Currently, the district issues report cards with letter (A, B, C, etc.) grades for all students. Starting immediately, the district will start phasing in a new system. IPM — which stands for Introduce, Practice, Master — was described by Hill as “pretty detailed and intensive.” It will replace the letter grades with “I” if a student is being introduced to a new skill; “P” if the student has already been introduced to the skill and is practicing it; or “M” if the student has mastered the skill. Hill said the new grading system will be “positive for our kids” and “very good for our teachers.” He added there will be no big change, since teachers are generally familiar with the system. There will continue to be letter grades issued for the time being, as well. There will be no change for third grade and higher. Those students will continue to receive letter grades. The principal also reported on recent,

current, and upcoming activities, including Red Ribbon Week, teacher training, the start of basketball for the elementary school, and when to expect the school’s new web site to be up and running (two weeks or so). He noted the school’s accreditation report was completed and parent-teacher conferences successfully held. Teacher observations are being held for probationary teachers and career teacher observation will be underway soon. Computer labs are being set up for the elementary students using current computers. Hill noted the arrival of new basketballs and shoes for the high school team, which means the start of play (Nov. 6 at Gage) is not far away. New handbooks, school board election An updated version of the Board Policy Handbook and an abbreviated Staff Handbook for the current school year were approved. Supt. McCuiston said there should be no conflict between the two, but if a conflict is discovered, the Board Handbook would take precedence. Also approved was the call for a school board election for the board’s seat number three, currently held by Donna Hodgson. Candidate filing is set for Dec. 3-5, with the election to be held in February. Technology center items The board approved accepting students’ core courses taken while at the Northwest Technology Center for graduation credit. The members also gave the okay on the contract with the center to provide secondary career and technology education to students. Library deregulation and executive session Freedom is seeking relief from a state regulation that requires a Library Media Specialist at the high school for more than one-fifth time, as is currently allowed at the elementary school. The district is proposing a one-fifth time Library Media Specialist to serve both the elementary and high school students, with the help of a full-time library aide. Seeking that relief was approved at MonSee Freedom Page 35


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Surviving near 50 mph wind gusts and blowing hard hats, this group digs in their shovels at the groundbreaking for a new facility for the Kiowa District Hospital: (l-r) Tom Finger with USDA; board member Dan Lukins; Barber County Commissioner Paul Harbaugh; Hospital CEO Aldeen Vandeveer; board members Lori Schrock and Robert Stark; Barber County Commissioner Paul Cox, MW Builder President Jason Evelyn; Tod Ford architect with GLMV; board member Robert Armbruster; Kansas State Representative Vince Wetta who seeks reelection in the newly formed 116th District; Kansas State Representative Kyle Hoffman who seeks reelection in the newly formed 116th District; Todd Cunningham with MW Builders. Photo by Yvonne Miller

Kiowa’s New Hospital Groundbreaking was really ‘groundblowing’ By Yvonne Miller Thursday morning the wind blew harder and harder, swirling dirt into the air like a brown fog. The estimated 50 mph wind gusts ‘whooshed’ in cold air that rocked heavy vehicles. Needless to say, Mother Nature forced the highly-anticipated groundbreaking ceremony for the new Kiowa District Hospital inside to Kiowa’s Community Building. Obviously the pulled pork sandwiches, chips and cookies were much easier to eat indoors. And the estimated 100 attending could actually hear comments made by various speakers, from hospital leaders to builders and architects. But after the complimentary meal to the public, some brave individuals, including hospital administration and board members to architects, builders and politicians, gathered at the hospitalowned ground on the south end of Kiowa along the east side of the highway – south of the water tower. The hard ground still has residue from the last crop planted there. Dirt and residue blew fiercely, as wind gusts

ripped hard hats off the heads of shovelholding dignitaries attempting to line up for the groundbreaking picture. In early November, site preparation will begin at that location to build a 23,500 square foot Critical Access Hospital. The facility will have eight rooms, all of which will be private rooms and one isolation room. Total funding sources and cost of the hospital is listed at $8.3 million. Estimated completion of the new hospital is early 2014. The groundbreaking is a day none of the participants will forget. Not just because of the wind, but because of this monumental occasion in Kiowa, Kan. Foundation President Reveals Fundraising Efforts and Recognizes Founders Friends of the Kiowa Hospital and Manor Foundation President Judy Schrock spoke to the crowd at the community building. For the first time, she revealed that so far the foundation has raised “close to a half million dollars”

towards the $3 million GAP funding (the extra needed for the project). She said later that donations given at the groundbreaking totaled $33,500, which takes them over the half million mark. “We’re well on our way to the $3 million,” Schrock said, but reminded, “There is still work to do.” She added, “The hospital is more than a building. We must look to the future of health care for future generations.” Schrock named the five men who had the dream of creating the Kiowa District Hospital which was built 61 years ago. Those men were: A.J. Reed, Max Guthrie, Clarke McIlree, Lester Wiley and John McGee, who was longtime hospital administrator. Schrock said those men did the paperwork to form the the Hospital District and recruited Dr. Marion Christensen (known fondly as “Dr. Chris.”) The beloved retired doctor and his wife Roberta attended the groundbreaking celebration. Dr. Chris told the Newsgram how See Hospital Page 35


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Halloween Safety for Kids & Teens Kids love Halloween! They get to dress up and get free candy! What a perfect holiday! Give your kids some precious memories that they'll have for life. Here are some tips that we have just for you kids, to help keep you safe on Halloween night! Never, ever go into a stranger’s house or even ring their door for treats unless your parents are with you and say that it's okay. Always make sure that your mom or dad is within sight when you go out trick-or-treating. Be careful when you cross a street. Make sure to look in both directions and make sure that there are no cars coming. If you have a little brother or sister with you, take their hand and help them get across the street, too. If you are an older kid or young teen, and going out with friends, make sure that your parents know where you are going and who you are going with. If you can drive and are taking a bunch of friends to a party, make sure that you have enough gas to get there. You don't want to run out on a dark street, all alone, like a bad horror movie! Vandalism is never cool! Throwing eggs at cars and houses is not cool. Someone has to clean it up and it could be you, if you get caught. You can also be arrested and be punished as a juvenile. It's never the right thing to do!

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Custom combiner accused of skimming corn from Hazelton, N.D. farmer (Editor’s Note: Kevin Clark has been a resident of Kiowa, Kan. He is the subject of this story printed October 16 in the Bismarck, North Dakota Tribune. All the communities and counties listed in the story are in N.D. Reporter Jenny Michael told the Newsgram that Clark was released on $30,000 bond. Michael said Clark was given a court-appointed attorney. His preliminary hearing is set for November 26.) By Jenny Michael Bismarck, North Dakota Tribune A custom combiner faces a felony charge for allegedly taking a load of corn from a Hazelton farmer. Kevin Clark, 48, was charged last week with Class C felony theft of property in Emmons County. He is being held in the McLean County jail on $30,000 cash bond. Clark is the owner of American Quality Harvesting and Trucking, also known as Clark Farms, of Hesston, Kan., Emmons County Sheriff Gary Sanders said. The company has been in North Dakota harvesting for producers. A Hazelton-area farmer called the sheriff’s department on Oct. 11 to report his suspicions that Clark’s company had stolen a semi trailer load of corn, according to an affidavit from Emmons County Sheriff’s Deputy Jack Kimble. The affidavit said Clark’s group of custom combiners and truckers arrived at the farm on Oct. 6, and on Oct. 7, Clark asked the farmer to allow him to use an auger to move partial loads of soybeans into two trailers. Clark said the beans belonged to Clark Farms, but the farmer was suspicious since he knew American Quality Harvesting had been combining beans for a Kidder

County farmer the day before. The farmer called the elevator in Sterling to see if Clark had sold any soybeans there. He learned he had sold two trailer loads under the name Clark Farms, the affidavit said. On Oct. 10, the farmer went to the field and noticed a Clark Farms semi and trailer were gone, and a service truck had been left in the field. The next day, the farmer again checked with the elevator in Sterling, and learned Clark Farms had sold 1,388.21 bushels of corn, worth $9,578.65, according to the affidavit. The description of the person who sold the corn matched Clark, according to the affidavit. All of the farmer’s corn was supposed to be put in his storage bins. Kimble spoke to Clark on Oct. 11, and Clark told him the corn sold in Sterling was brought from Pierre, S.D., by one of his drivers. He said the elevators in the Pierre area were full and not buying any corn or soybeans, and he said the price offered in Sterling was better than those in South Dakota. He later changed the story that he was moving grain for a farmer as part of an insurance scam, but he refused to disclose who the farmer was or the location of the farm. Emmons County officials checked whether elevators in Pierre were full, and learned that they were not full and were paying more than elevators

in North Dakota, because drought had limited crop growth there. Other employees said the trailer Clark drove to Sterling was pulling the “overflow” trailer. They explained any corn left in a combine after the trailers were full was put in the overflow trailer so the combines could keep moving. They said Clark was the only one to drive that semi, according to the affidavit. It stated one employee said Clark did drive to Pierre on Oct. 10, but went in a pickup. The affidavit said the moisture and weight of the corn sold in Sterling under the name Clark Farms matched that of corn stored in the Hazelton farmer’s bins. Sanders said a sample of the corn sold at the elevator will be compared to a sample of the corn from the farmer’s bins. The seed used to plant the field was certified, so officials may be able to see if the corn DNA matches, Sanders said. He said authorities also are investigating whether Clark could have stolen crops belonging to Kidder County farmers. Sanders said such thefts are not unheard of, because producers aren’t always in the field with custom harvesters. However, crop thefts can be tough allegations to prove. “It can be difficult to prove at times. You almost have to catch them redhanded,” Sanders said.


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Stephen of Clovis, New Mexico, Marie Ent and husband Keith of Skiatook; and several nieces, nephews, six grandchildren, and other relatives and many friends. A memorial service will be held on October 28, 2012 at 2:00pm in Overton, Texas at Victory Christian Center Church. In lieu of flowers a gift may be sent in his honor to the Be Blessed Bible Fund. He enjoyed giving bibles to others and this will continue through any memorials made on his behalf. Gifts can be sent to Victory Christian Center Church at PO Box 295, Overton, TX. 75684.

Steadele, Cayla Siewers, Summer Booze, Talan Helderman, and Cohen Williams. Preceding Gloria in death was her husband, William G. Galligan, whom she married on August 6, 1955 and preceded her in death on January 26, 1980, along with two grandsons, Bradley Crismore and Michael Galligan. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, October 26, 2012 at the Old Cathedral Catholic Church with Rev. John Schipp Celebrant. Burial will follow in the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may visit from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Goodwin Funeral Home, Vincennes, Indiana. Memorial contributions may be made to the Old Cathedral Stain Glass Restoration Fund or the Good Samaritan Cancer Center. Online condolences may be made at www.goodwinfamilyfh.com.

Obituaries MARK ALLEN BUSH EDWARDS, MISSOURI — Mark Allen Bush was born on April 11, 1951 in Alva, Oklahoma. He grew up on his grandfather Bush’s ranch, northwest of Alva in the Ferry area. He attended Ferry school during his elementary years and attended and graduated from Alva High School. On February 19, 2012, Mark married the love of his life, Mary Kay Simpson, in Branson Missouri. They resided happily in Edwards, Missouri. Mark worked as a carpenter, completing jobs across Missouri, Texas, and Oklahoma. His life was devoted to God and love. Mark will be greeted in heaven by his grandparents, Edward and Clara Bush and Arthur and Anna Jacobs; his father Oliver Bush; his uncle Don Bush; and his brothers Darrel and Cliff Bush. Mark will be deeply missed by his wife, Mary Kay Bush of Edwards, Missouri; his wife’s daughters, Michelle McClure of St. Luis, Missouri, Callie Whiney of Eldon, Missouri, and Samantha McGirl of Eldon, Missouri; his mother, Stella Brotherton of Manchester; his aunt, Ruth Pryor of San Diego, California; his brothers, Ernest Bush and wife Kathi of Pennelville, New York, Keith Brotherton and wife Robin of Anthony, Kansas, Henry Brotherton of Anthony, Kansas; his sisters, Marian Reynolds and husband

GLORIA ANN GALLIGAN Gloria Ann Galligan, 79, of Vincennes, Indiana, passed away at 11:35 p.m. October 22, 2012 at the New Willow Manor. She was born October 12, 1933 in Alva, Oklahoma, to Fred and Ada (Shallop) Ring Gloria retired from Vincennes University after 30 years as the Secretary for Dean of Students. A member of the old Cathedral, she was involved In the Altar Society, choir, a liturgy reader, and was a Eucharist minister. She also served on the Vincennes Catholic School Board. Her interests included gardening, cards on Wednesday night, cooking, and crocheting. She loved being with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Surviving are her children, Denise Sparrow of Tucson, Arizona, Mary (Randy) Crismore of Vincennes, Indiana, Barbara Gauger of Bruceville, Indiana, Denis Galligan of Vincennes, Indiana, Michelle (Nick) Siewers of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Kathleen (Doug) Helderman of Virginia Beach, Virginia, and Sean Galligan of Vincennes, Indiana, one brother, Kenneth Ring of Alva, her grandchildren, John Sparrow, Marc Sparrow, Becky (Jacob) Williams, Cassie (Brandon) Bass, Ryan (Jessica) Galligan, Aleah (Gary) Adams, Katie (Clint) Williams, Meaghan Gauger, Amanda (Kevin) Steadele, Kyle (Cristen) Siewers, Chad Siewers, Steven Helderman, and Emilie Helderman; and her great-grandchildren, Novah Williams, Audi Williams, Asher Williams, Peyton Laue, Brooklyn Bass, Colton Galligan, Kara Galligan, Alden Galligan, Ava Galligan, Lane Adams, Cooper Adams, Palslee Williams, Addison Steadele, Lucy

MARY HAMPTON DODGE CITY, KANSAS — Mary Hampton, 77, died Friday, October 19, 2012, at the Kansas Soldiers Home, Halsey Hall, Fort Dodge, Kansas. She was born July 6, 1935 at Waynesville, Missouri, the daughter of Benjamin and Edna Alma McKinnon Wade. A Dodge City resident since 1955, moving from Rogersville, Missouri, she was a cashier at Dillons and worked at Kirby’s Western Store, both in Dodge City. For 43 years she managed Hampton Arena with her husband, and enjoyed gardening and spending time with family. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Dodge City. In March of 1959, she married Leonard J. Hampton, Jr. at Dodge City. He survives. Other survivors include her son, Monte and wife Elaine, Dodge City, Kansas; two brothers, Junior Wade and wife Leah, Rogersville, Missouri and George Wade and wife Pat, Flat Rock, Illinois; and two granddaughters, Jenna and Cassidy Hampton. She was preceded in death by her parents, twin sons, Glen Dale and Lynn Allen Hampton, four brothers, James, Johnny, Harold and Virgil Wade and four sisters, Ruth Campbell, Betty Wright, Dorothy Greir and Virginia Porter. Memorial services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at the See Obits Page 30


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First United Methodist Church, Dodge City, with Rev. Lance Carrithers officiating. There will be no public viewing, cremation has taken place. Private family internment will be at a later date. The family suggests memorials to Hospice of the Prairie in care of Ziegler Funeral Chapel, 1901 N. 14th Ave., Dodge City, Kansas 67801. Condolences may be sent to www.zieglerfuneralchapel.com. LAVINA JACKSON RINGWOOD — Funeral service for Lavina Jackson will be Thursday, October 25, 2012, at 10 a.m. at New Beginnings Wesleyan Fellowship in Ringwood, with Pastor James Wall officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery near Meno, with arrangements by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Helena. Memories may be shared with the family at www.lanmanmemorials.com. Lavina Jackson was born March 6, 1916 at Farry, Oklahoma, the daughter of Joel Andrew and Florence Walker Mitchell, and passed from this life at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Enid on October 19, 2012. Lavina and Ted Jackson were married September 2, 1943 in Bristow.

She is survived by one son, one daughter, four grandchildren, twelve great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Memorials may be made to New Beginnings Wesleyan Fellowship Building Fund through the funeral home. HARLAND RAY MALTBIE Harland Ray Maltbie, 86, of Amorita, Oklahoma, was a wonderful father, grandfather, brother and a farmer in Alfalfa County for many years. He passed away October 19, 2012, following a courageous battle with Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS). He enjoyed reading his Bible every day until he was unable to do so due to Macular Degenarative Retina. He would then listen to the Bible on tapes. He was born near Amorita, Oklahoma, on August 29, 1926 to Elmer and Mabel Ferguson Maltbie. He attended Amorita High School, where he graduated in 1944. He farmed most of his life. Due to several dry years in the mid1950s, he decided to try employment off

the farm. He started work in 1956 for Rainbow Bread in Hutchinson, Kansas. In 1957, he moved to Wichita, Kansas, to work as a pump operator at the Murray Gill Power Plant for the Kansas Gas and Electric Company. He continued working for KG&E until August 1960. He was married to the late Ivy Houser Maltbie of Douglass, Kansas, on May 28, 1960, at Northside Church of Christ in Wichita, Kansas. They were married by minister Louis Tandy. They lived in Wichita two months before moving to the farm northwest of Amorita, to take over the farming due to the failing health of Harland’s father. They lived on the family farm for 28 years, and later moved east of Amorita in 1989. He continued farming until age 75, stopping only because of his failing eyesight. He was a member of the Amorita Church of Christ for many years and, more recently, a member of the Riverside Church of Christ in Burlington, Oklahoma. He is survived by two children: James Maltbie and wife, Janet of Burlington, Oklahoma; Brenda Maltbie Smith and husband, Scott of Allen, Texas, and three grandchildren, William and Jenna Maltbie of Burlington, Oklahoma, and Chandler Smith of Allen, Texas. He is also survived by two very special and wonderful sisters: Loretta Hamm and Wanetta Dowell; nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. Those who preceded him in death were his wife, Ivy Maltbie; two brothers, Lloyd (who died in WWII) and Harold (who died in infancy); and his parents Elmer and Mabel Maltbie. Harland talked often of his brother Lloyd, and he missed him dearly. A celebration of Harland’s life was held Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at the Riverside Church of Christ in Burlington, Oklahoma, burial followed at Byron-Amorita Cemetery. Arrangements were by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Cherokee, Oklahoma. Memories may be shared with the family at www.lanmanmemorials.com In lieu of flowers, the family cordially requests remembrances be made to the Byron-Amorita Cemetery Fund or the Burlington Educational Foundation in care of Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Cherokee, Oklahoma.


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Freedom day’s meeting. The board then went into executive session to discuss hiring a Library Media Specialist, to discuss a student request for using an alternate test to meet a course requirement, and to discuss confidential communications. The state statute cited for the latter allows “confidential communications between a public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim, or action if the public body, with the advice of its attorney, determines that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest.” After coming out of the private session, Supt. McCuiston announced no votes were taken. Votes were taken in open session on the first executive session items. The board members approved hiring a onefifth FTE certified Library Media Specialist pending approval of the district’s deregulation request by the Oklahoma State Board of Education. They also voted to allow the student’s successful performance on the Work Keys test (an alternative test for the Algebra I End of Instruction Test) as proof of satisfactory performance for the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Algebra I purposes. Fund-raisers and board meeting date change Some fund-raisers, including the sale of basketball t-shirts, were approved by the board. Also given an okay was a change in the next regular board meeting date. Originally set for Nov. 19, the meeting will now be held on Nov. 26 at 7 p.m.

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pleased he is to see the progression of the hospital for the future. Schrock thanked the combined efforts of so many that helped make the groundbreaking day a reality including: the hospital foundation, board members, employees, staff and administration; the Barber County Commissioners, the Barber County Public Building Commission, the City of Kiowa, GLMV Architecture, MW Builders, the USDA, the community support, the donors and the press. “You’ve helped us launch in two years,” Schrock said to all of the above. Brenna May, public relations and marketing director for the hospital and foundation, welcomed the crowd to the groundbreaking. She said the administration, board and staff are so glad to be expanding on what those community leaders did 61 years ago. May read a letter of congratulations to the hospital district from Kansas Governor Sam Brownback. In the letter, Governor Brownback said that building a new hospital “is a step in the right direction.” Hospital Board President Zack Odell said the lengthy process it took to get to this day, “Is what it means to live in a

small town – everyone bands together. Thank you all for your help.” Referring to the efforts of the hospital founders, Odell said,“We needed to take a page from history.” Mentioning fund raising efforts and the new facility, Odell said, “This is only one piece of the equation. The other is our qualified and caring team.” MW Builders President Jason Evelyn described the type of hospital they are building in Kiowa as “effective, efficient, but with no frills.” GLMV Architect Mark McCluggage spoke of the lengthy process in which they’ve used analyzed options. He said it’s definitely been a team effort. Tom Finger of the USDA worked with hospital administration and the board to obtain the $3 million USDA loan that helps obtain GAP funding. Finger said there was “a wide variety of folks who made this happen.” He mentioned the foundation and community support that helped obtain the USDA loan. When the speeches and lunch ended and the ceremonial picture of shovels in the ground at the new hospital site concluded, so did the wind – eventually. The days since have brought beautiful fall weather with little wind – go figure.


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Assault charge filed after post office incident By Marione Martin An 80-year-old has been charged with felony assault in Alfalfa County, after an incident at the Goltry Post Office. Alfalfa County Deputy Sheriff Blake Trekell was dispatched to the post office in Goltry about 8 a.m. on Aug. 20, according to documents on file. When he arrived he spoke with Tara Parker, 29, who told him about an incident that occurred on Aug. 15 involving Robert J. Sedbrook, 80. Parker said she thought of Sedbrook as a friend, and he would often come into the post office and visit with her as he picked up his mail. She said the Aug. 15 incident occurred in the lobby area of the post office, where customers pick up their mail out of their boxes. The main entrance

opens into the lobby, with an office area and a customer service counter also opening off the lobby. The incident occurred when Parker exited the office area into the lobby to unlock the door into the customer service area. When Parker entered the lobby, she found Sedbrook picking up his mail. She began to talk with him and asked how he was doing. He seemed noticeably upset and said he was “not doing so well.” He walked toward her and put his arm around her waist, and she placed her arm around his back and patted his back, telling him she knew it was hard and that she was sorry, speaking of his wife’s death. Parker said Sedbrook’s grip tightened and he turned her toward him wrapping her in a full hug. She began feeling weird and uncomfortable about the situation,

so she patted his back and stated once again that it would get better. She said Sebrook lowered his hand to her buttocks and began patting and grabbing. She pushed herself away by pushing off his chest and said, “Bob, don’t get frisky with me.” He then grabbed her left breast. She tried to pull out of his grip, but he said, “I just want to touch them,” and grabbed her right breast as well. She slapped his hand and said, “Don’t do that.” He asked, “What?” Parker said she told him, “That is enough,” and told him he needed to leave. He then tried to put his arm around her neck and pull her in for a kiss. She shoved him backward, causing him to fall into the brick wall next to the front door of the post office. Parker said she asked Sedbrook if he had been drinking, and he said “Of course, it numbs the pain.” Parker said that after the physical events that occurred, Sedbrook told her that he loved her and tried to get her to visit him at his house. She told him no, and he said she could live there for free. She told him that she was married, and he said they could live there too. She told Sedbrook he needed to leave, and he left. On Oct. 15 a felony charge of assault with intent to commit a felony was filed against Sedbrook in Alfalfa County.


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Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log October 14, 2012 8:58 p.m. cattle out on Hwy 38 a couple miles north of Jet, respondent advised the owner drove up at location. 11:49 p.m. fight & cussing on Chestnut St in Jet, fight going on in back yard, yelling & cussing, received another call on the same address, they thought a lady left in a vehicle, advised a lot of banging on going on, 2 men in backyard still talking, respondent can hear them in the house, deputy out of vehicle at house, deputy advised of multiple prisoners in custody, needs another unit to assist address. October 15, 2012 8:17 p.m. disturbance in Carmen, respondent said that her sister is driving around in a blue dodge pickup, is all over the road and has the music up really loud, does not have DL, deputy advised and enroute, negative contact with blue dodge. October 16, 2012 8:30 a.m. calf out 1 ¼ W of 4-way stop, made contact with possible owner, he will go check. 5:44 p.m. calf out 1 mile W of fairgrounds, possible owner was notified. 6:11 p.m. trespassing in Carmen, respondent advised she is having problems with an individual, would like to file trespassing charges, subject was going to have another person come over and threaten to shoot him if he does, deputy advised the problem had been solved. 6:21 p.m. concerned, respondent advised she saw a lady kicking and screaming by the RR tracks in Carmen, was worried that something was wrong, deputy was advised by phone of the issue. 8:46 p.m. suspicious vehicle in Jet, respondent advised there was a white extended cab pickup parked across the street, there is no one home at either home, truck has been there over an hour with 1 man walking around and 1 man sitting in the truck, respondent called again and advised that someone was walking around with a flashlight and had gone into the house across the street, deputy advised that the gentleman was renting the house. 9:49 p.m. city wide power outage in Carmen, chief advised town is out of power, AEC was notified, chief advised the power outage is due to a transformer by the nursing home, power is back on.

October 17, 2012 7:15 a.m. reckless driver at 58/45 Jct S of Helena, respondent advised a semi tried running them off the road, respondent did advise that they spoke with the driver, he was going to Carmen, they had to drive 82 mph to catch the semi to get his tag, semi driver came in and advised deputy of another story, respondent is coming to SO, after discussing things, problems solved. 1:56 p.m. minor accident W of 58/64 Jct on bridge, respondent advised that a mud truck hit the mirror of the school bus on the bridge, school bus driver took the bus load of kids into Jet, respondent going to advise driver to bring kids back to Kremlin, going to call Troop J, advised negative on mud truck at Cozy Curve. October 18, 2012 2:00 p.m. minor accident N of Amorita, respondent was rear ended, airbag is out on the man that hit him left the scene, probably went to the rig, deputy & OHP was advised, deputy advised they were shutting the road down S of the wreck and the wrecker was on scene. 3:45 p.m. car speeding on Hwy 64 headed towards Cherokee, he was bobbing and weaving between cars and there was so much dust that you couldn’t see 5 feet in front of you, he was going to wreck if he didn’t slow down, advised OHP to see if they had an officer around that area, the only one that was close was in Amorita on a minor accident, no deputy in area either. 6:00 p.m. dog trying to bite kid in Aline, respondent advised he was riding his bike around Ash & Main and a dog was chasing him and trying to bite him, wasn’t letting him go anywhere, deputy advised said he was on his way, respondent called back and advised he got rid of dog and was going home, didn’t want anything done about it because the owner put him up, dog never bit him but tried to and was ok, advised deputy to take no further action. 6:06 p.m. request for sheriff, respondent needed to speak to sheriff, took down phone number, respondent would not tell the matter just said it was really important, deputy advised he was going to speak to respondent. 6:51 p.m. cattle out 5 miles W of Jet, advised possible owner, said he would go see if they were his and if not

he would probably know who they belonged to, advised he saw no cattle out or tracks and he was 7 W of Jet. 7:51 p.m. power line down at CR 740 ½ S of Osage Rd, advised Alfalfa Electric, said they would advise someone to get it fixed. October 19, 2012 3:43 a.m. trash on fire ¾ mile E on Cemetery Rd, respondent advised someone in a loud pickup just went by his house and threw a bag of trash out on his drive way on fire, respondent only knew it was loud and possibly a pickup, advised people had been going by his house harassing him all the time, he needed it to stop, CPD advised officer talked to respondent and he advised he had thrown a man off his property and he felt like it was him who threw the trash, officer was looking for the man to find out what was going on. 1:00 p.m. speeding trucks on CR 740/Noble, big trucks go by speeding, someone is going to have a wreck, respondent is an inspector for Chesapeake, they are at intersection, deputy was advised. 1:00 p.m. calves out N of Jet past 2nd curve, tried to call possible owner, negative contact. 2:52 p.m. stuff in roadway 5 W on 5th St, deputy was advised & enroute, CPD advised the stuff is almost county road, no debris. 4:40 p.m. burglar alarm going off 2 miles S & back W to dead end, deputy advised and enroute, monitoring company advised false alarm, deputy still on scene. 7:40 p.m. burglar alarm going off on Jefferson Rd, called the phone number, individual advised he was hunting on property but the alarm went off before he could punch the numbers in, security co advised they had spoke with owner and it was ok for individual to be at his house. 9:30 p.m. dog bites at Bass ER, lady had been bitten by 2 dogs fighting, wanted to report the incident, lady owned both dogs, they have had their shots but the ER has to report it, she lives 5 miles W 1mile N & ¼ E of Jet, she does not want the dogs put down, deputy advised there was nothing we could do since they were her dogs, ER advised they would make a note of the incident but See Sheriff Page 56


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Alfalfa County Real Estate Transactions — Start Book 693, page 56 Real Estate Transfers • Cynthia R. Kozee, fka Cynthia R. Diefenbach and Quentin Kozee to Cynthia R. Kozee: Lot 17, Block 2, Titus Third Addition to the City of Cherokee; warranty deed. • Quentin Kozee and Cynthia Kozee to Cinthia Kozee: Lot 2 in Block 1 in Pryor Addition to Cherokee; quit claim deed. • Dirk Bagenstos and Leslie Dawn Bagenstos to Deloris E. Barrett: an undivided 26.41 acres in and to the East |Half of the West Half of Section 5; Township 26 North, Range 10 WIM; quit claim deed. • Gary Lynn Bassett and Nancy Bassett to Gary Lynn Bassett and Nancy Bassett as Trustees of the Bassett Family Revocable Trust dated \July 25, 2012: Lot 6 in Block 4, Duncan Addition to Cherokee; and (1) All of Lot 2 and the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter a/d/a the West Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 2, Township 25 North, Range 11 WIM; (2) the Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 27 North, Range 11 WIM; (3) the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 27 North, Range 11 WIM; and (4) the West Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 27 North, Range 11 WIM; warranty deed. • Arlene E. Kerns, aka Arlene Kerns; DeAnn Lynette Jones and James Jones; and Anita LaRae McMullin and Mark McMullin to Jeff Cahoj and Mika Cahoj: a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 3, Township 26 North, Range 9 WIM; warranty deed. • David Campbell an Sherry Lynn Campbell to Billy Gene Chance, Jr.: Lots 13, 14, and 15, all in Block 35, Town of Jet; quit claim deed. • The Lightning Creek Investment Group, Inc. aka Lightning Creek Investments Group, Inc. to Gettin’ Home LLC: Lots 1-24, inclusive, Block 23 in the Original Town of Helena; warranty deed. • Stephen Joe Holderby, Successor Trustee of the Willard Holderby Living Trust, a revocable trust dated Feb. 17, 1994, to David Holderby, all of grantor’s interest in and to: a tract of land as described in the Northeast Quarter of Section 17, Township 28 North, Range 10 WIM; warranty deed. • Stuart Alan Johnson and Carrie Anne Johnson to Farmers Exchange, Helena, OK: all of Lots 1-12 inclusive, in Block 9 and all of Lots 7-12, inclusive, in Block 10 in the Original Town of Goltry; warranty deed. • Lawrence R. Watkins to R. Wayde Watkins and Amy I. Watkins and Jason V. Watkins: the Northwest Quarter and the West Half of the West Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 25, Township 29 North, Range 9 WIM; warranty deed. • Herbert Gene Akers aka Herbert G. Akers aka H. G. Akers; and LaDona Jean Akers to Herbert G. Akers Living Trust dated Jan. 11, 2008: all of grantor’s right, title, and interest to the Northwest Quarter of Section 32, Township 26 North, Range 9, less a tract of land as described; quit claim deed. • Vona Clarke, s/p/a Vona L. Clarke; Betty Bratcher and Lonnie Bratcher; Larry Clarke and Karen Clarke; Randall Clarke and Sherilyn Clark (sic); and William Clarke and Kathy Clarke to Randy Schmidt and E. Grace Scmidt: in Garfield County, part of the Northeast Quarter of Section 21,

Township 24 North, Range 8 WIM, as described; warranty deed. • Travis Lynn Cox, Sr. and Nita Charlene Cox to Travis Lynn Cox, Jr.: the Southwest Quarter of Section 36, Township 29 North, Range 11 West, as described; quit claim deed. Mortgages • Cynthia R. Kozee and Quentin Kozee to Marjorie Vansickle (Manchester, OK): Lot 17, Block 2, Titus Third Addition to the City of Cherokee; $20,000. • Craig Ridgway and Gail Ridgway to Central National Bank and Trust Company of Enid: all of the North Half of Section 8, Township 25 North, Range 9 WIM, lying south of the railroad right of way and except a tract as described; the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 8, Township 25 North, Range 9 WIM; and all of Lots 1 and 2 and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter, also described as the Northeast Quarter of Section 6, Township 24 North, Range 9 WIM; $356,051. • David Holderby to ACB Bank (Cherokee, OK): a tract of land as described in the Northeast Quarter of Section 17, Township 28 North, Range 10 WIM; $164,767.05. • Leonard Scott and Sheryle Lee Scott to Farmers Exchange Bank (Cherokee, OK): the South Half of Lot 3 and the North Half of Lot 4 in Block 3 in Gilmore’s Addition to Cherokee; $45,066.60. — Start again on page 279 of Book 693


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Alfalfa County Court Filings According to the affidavits and petitions on file, the following individuals have been charged. An individual is innocent of any charges listed below until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is a matter of public record and may be obtained by anyone during regular hours at the Alfalfa County Courthouse. The Alva Review-Courier will not intentionally alter or delete any of this information. If it appears in the courthouse public records, it will appear in this newspaper. Criminal Filings Charles Raymond Cox, 56, Cherokee: Assault & battery on a peace officer ($265.50). Robert J. Sedbrook, 80, no address listed: Assault with intent to commit a felony ($265.50). Misdemeanor Filings Judson R. Helms, 24, no address listed: Disturbing the peace ($296.50). Jeffrey Scott Smith, 33, Jet: Disturbing the peace ($296.50). Charles Raymond Cox, 56, Cherokee: (1) Obstructing an officer; (2) Disturbing the peace; (3) Threaten to perform an act of violence ($687). Bethany Briggs, 23, Enid: Obtaining cash and/or merchandise by bogus check ($304). Daniel Chovanec, 29, Sapulpa: Obtaining cash and/or merchandise by bogus check ($304). Steven L. Fausnaught, 40, Ft. Gibson: Obtaining cash and/or merchandise by bogus check ($341.50). Virginia Chadrick, 72, Cherokee: Obtaining cash and/or merchandise by bogus check ($304). Joshua James Davis, 21, Aline: Obtaining cash and/or merchandise by bogus check ($304). Dawn Renee O’Hair, 38, Laverne: (1) DUI; (2) Driving while license is revoked ($1,052.16). Becky Lynn Brand, 36, no address listed: Petit larceny ($266.50). Michella Lee Cowan, 21, Cherokee: Petit larceny ($296.50). Brenda Dahn, 35, Cherokee: Malicious injury to property ($304). Civil Filings Theresa Ann Reed Trust and Noel M. Wichmann vs. Marcus Theodore Wichmann and Anne Robin Davis: Appointment of successor trustee ($135.70). Midland Funding LLC vs. Ginger Lynn Merrill: Indebtedness for an amount more than $2,000 ($205.70).

Blish-Mize Company vs. Michael Jones and J & M Repair Supply: Money judgment for an amount more than $6,500 ($205.70). Traffic Filings Shawn Michael Duperron Jr., 25, Woodward: Overweight on group of 2 ($346.50). Mario Mason Shillitoa, 27, Carmen: Operate vehicle with defective equipment (brake lights) ($211.50). Michael W. Hicks, 53, Fort Worth, TX: Operate vehicle loaded in excess of registered laden ($211.50). Michael W. Hicks, 53, Fort Worth, TX: Overweight vehicle ($246.50). Michael W. Hicks, 53, Fort Worth, TX: Overweight vehicle ($596.50). Michael W. Hicks, 53, Fort Worth, TX: Overweight vehicle gross ($211.50). Kameron Wade Smith, 21, Cherokee: Operating a motor vehicle at a speed not reasonable or proper ($256.50). Samuel Alan May Jr., 35, Helena: Operating a motor vehicle at a speed not reasonable or proper ($256.50). Ryan K. Doerr, 25, Waldron, AR: Operating an off road vehicle on public road ($211.50). Caleb Joel Breighner, 29, Springtown, TX: Fail to yield from county road ($211.50). Scotty Ray Robinson, 24, Drumright: Failure to carry insurance verification ($231.50). David Michael Nichols, 56, Byron: Operating a M/V w/out a valid DL ($256.50). Jeffery Lee Bush, 36, Alva: Improperly overtake on right ($211.50). Paula Sue Hoover, 49, Ames: Failure to yield from a private drive ($211.50). Alberto Aguilar-Navarro, 30, Ringwood: Operating a M/V w/out a valid DL ($256.50). Luis Tavarez, 22, Troup, TX: Operating a M/V w/out a valid DL ($256.50). Cody Lee Snow, 30, Weatherford: Operating a motor vehicle in unsafe condition ($211.50). • The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Brandon Scott Roberts, 29, Enid: 15 over ($226.50); Jeffrey O’Neill Stursa, 19, Jones: 16-20 over ($241.50); Irineo Tarango-Mendoza, 41, Hennessey: 15 over ($226.50); Mari Aguilar-Rojas, 50, Ringwood: construction 21-25 over ($356.50); Rahulkumar S. Patel, 24, Enid: 11-14 over ($226.50); Eddie Wayne Miller III, 19, Jet:

1-10 over ($188.50); James Robert Stevens, 33, Stillwater: 1-10 over ($188.50); Damion Kyle Looney, 25, Haysville, KS: 1-10 over ($188.50); Kevin Doffney, 38, Bethany: 1-10 over ($188.50); Carl Duane Hines, 24, Stillwater: 15 over ($226.50); Kevin Neal Perryman, 47, Perkinston, MS: 15 over ($226.50); James Jay Garfield, 27, Greenwood, AR: 15 over ($226.50); Scotty Ray Robinson, 24, Drumright: 11-14 over ($226.50); Thomas William Homan Jr., 33, Goldonna, LA: 16-20 over ($241.50); Tamara D. Turner, 30, Yukon: 16-20 over ($241.50); Geoffery Eugene Rountree, 40, Stroud: 1-10 over ($188.50); Derek Lee Martin, 20, Cherokee: 16-20 over ($241.50); David Trey Sonnier, 26, Carthage, TX: 11-14 over ($226.50); Stephen Lee Cockrum, 27, Alva: 1-10 over ($188.50); Moses Ajah Godwin, 28, Tulsa: 1-10 over ($188.50); Alberto Aguilar-Navarro, 30, Ringwood: 1-10 over ($188.50); Jessie Wayne Vaughan, 26, Perry: 1-10 over ($188.50); Derek James Eagle, 28, Quinton: 11-14 over ($226.50); Michael William Farris, 45, Canadian: 1-10 over ($188.50); Ryan Michael Chappell, 27, Meno: 26-30 over ($341.50); Justin Dean McClary, 19, Alva: 21-25 over ($361.50); Cody Dawain Arthur, 36, Cherokee: 1-10 over ($228.50); Jimmy Dale Gross, 44, Enid: 1-10 over ($188.50); Luis Tavarez, 22, Troup, TX: 1-10 over ($188.50); Robert Eugene Whitehurst, 25, Austin, TX: 11-14 over ($226.50); Eusebio Zamacona, 20, Anadarko: 1-10 over ($188.50); Amy Alane Mikles, 20, Turpin: 1-10 over ($188.50); Naaman B. Warren, 25, Green Forest, AR: 11-14 over ($226.50); Christopher Lee Russell, 34, Foss: 1-10 over ($188.50); Christopher Scott Blackledge, 40, Fitzhugh: 1-10 over ($188.50); Johnny Lloyd Stone, 36, Enid: 11-14 over ($226.50); Antonio Macias, 44, Tulsa: construction 11-15 over ($246.50); Lucio Guzman Holguin, 43, Dallas, TX: construction 1-10 over ($198.50); Luis Carmen Barraza, 46, Garden City, KS: 11-14 over ($226.50). • The following individuals received a citation for failure to wear seatbelt ($20 fine): Michael Dylan Benson, 19, Quinton; Jennifer Maggie Perez, 37, Carmen; John Bryan Shurtz, 31, Woodward; Jesus Carrea, 51, Belen, NM; Jason Michael Thayer, 29, Kiowa, KS; Jason Scott Boucher, 30, Alva; Heather Leeann Herrington, 33, Winnsboro, LA; Trenton Lyle Long, 27, Gage.


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Barber County Sheriff’s Log 10-15-12 Deputy English investigated a report of oil field theft west of Kiowa. 10-15-12 Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded to a grass fire northwest of Kiowa. 10-15-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Cedar Street to Pratt. 10-15-12 Kiowa Rural and Hazelton Volunteer Fire Departments responded to a grass fire northwest of Hazelton. 10-15-12 Jason Craft, Caldwell, driving a 2008 Ford struck a deer on U281 near Elm Mills. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Sheriff Tomson. 10-16-12 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to

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Wichita. 10-16-12 Stephanie Newell, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2005 Chev struck a racoon on U281 about 20 miles south of Medicine Lodge. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Deputy English. 10-17-12 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to Wichita. 10-18-12 Charles Berry, Slyvia, driving a 2004 Chev PU struck a deer at Ridge and TriCity Roads. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Deputy Rugg. During the week officers received 3 reports of cattle out; one report of horses out; one report of goats out; one report of sheep out; performed 20 Public As-

sists; and assisted 5 other agencies. Arrests: 10-19-12 Michael C Schrock, Kiowa, W/M, 44. Arrest by BASO. Court Committed. 10-20-12 Luis C Cardenas, Sherman, Texas, W/M, 24. Arrest by MLPD. Charges: Speeding 2. Drive while DL Suspended. Released 10-20-12 on $500 Cash Bond. 10-20-12 Gary L Herd Jr, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 20. Arrest by MLPD. Charges: Endangering a Child 2 Counts 3. Minor Possess Alcohol 4-5 2 Counts – Battery to LEO 6. Disorderly Conduct 7. Interference with Legal Process. 10-21-12 William D Hickey, Sharon, W/M, 20. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: Agg Battery.

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since her dogs nothing could be done. 10:27 p.m. loud traffic on 600 block of Ohio, respondent sitting in house and sounds like jet planes going by, thought it was cars not trucks, advised CPD. October 20, 2012 7:36 a.m. hit deer 5-6 miles E of Hwy 8, 58 & 11 Jct, needs a trooper and wrecker, did not call wrecker until trooper gets there, he is ok, does not need ambulance, advised OHP. 11:49 a.m. tractor not where it’s supposed to be on Crystal Rd, when respondent was at the farm yesterday there was no tractor in the barn, today the tractor was in barn with key in it, was also a dirt mover on the back of tractor, asked to call deputy since he was investigating a theft on respondents farm already, advised deputy.

5:14 p.m. daughter needing to leave residence in Carmen, respondent advised individual was living with mother to try and get her off drugs, has failed to do so, right now she was at a lady’s house doing ice, mother wanted her out of her house, required an officer to oversee her daughter getting her junk, deputy advised of situation, said he would be ready when they needed him, haven’t heard from respondent since call came in. 6:21 p.m. gate broken into in McWillie, would like a deputy to call him because his gates have been messed with again but nothing was taken, wants to let him know of situation, deputy enroute to McWillie. 8:21 p.m. hit deer in Carmen, contacted by onstar, had hit deer in the center on front of vehicle, respondent advised that he wasn’t hurt, didn’t require an ambulance, just wanted a report filed, advised OHP, said they would get a trooper out there. 9:55 p.m. hit deer at 64/132 intersection going toward Carrier, no need for ambulance, advised OHP, trooper will be advised. 10:03 p.m. possible missing person in Amorita area, respondent advised her husband left this morning to go work on his farm, hasn’t heard from him and that wasn’t normal because they talk during

the day, she was worried and wanted to know what she could do, deputy advised of situation, individual drove a white 4 door dodge, located his property on the county map, 2 deputies were enroute, advised found his place but he isn’t there, would contact respondent, unable to locate. 10:33 p.m. hit & run 3 miles E of 4 corners, respondent advised he was in a hit & run with a white semi, was in a team of 3 and was the last truck, there was significant damage to his trailer, no one hurt, no need for ambulance, advised Woods Co to be on look out for semi that left scene, advised OHP. October 21, 2012 6:25 p.m. assault & possible suicide at 600 block of N 5th in Carmen, respondent advised her daughter was threatening to harm herself, her daughter was strung out on drugs, would like her daughter removed from the home due to the drug use and assaulting her, 2 deputies for back up, going to another location for a few minutes, enroute back to 5th St address. October 22, 2012 6:44 a.m. medical call to 1000 block of S Penn, can’t keep anything down, is really weak, has passed out several times, advised CPD to send ambulance. 7:19 a.m. deer in road on Hwy 11 just E of Ingersoll, advised OHD.


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Specialty Sandwiches & Soup

Animals and Pets

Glen’s Guns Shop

Lost

galleryofguns.com. Gold Dealer. 580-430-5400. Aline

Medium size old brown dog, M. Linda Ferrell Your Family pet. Call 580-829-2253 lv msg local Herbalife Independent Distributor. LindaFerrell@ For Sale theonlinebusiness.com. www. Sun Conure. 1 yr old. $300 obo. m y g r e a t s h a p e t o d a y. c o m / 580-748-0247 linda_78 Automotive Gloss Mountain Homes For Sale

Custom, quality-built, ready to ‘99 Dutchman 31’ bumper pull move homes. Come see us or w/large slide, great cond. 620- check us out on our websitegoogle search:Gloss Mountain 482-3381 Homes-click okmajordev.org. Business Services Located at 2004 Commerce, Fairview, OK. 580-227-3393. Opening October 29 Wickedy Rustic Home Decor. 10am-5:30pm. 504 Flynn. Due to sidewalk construction please use the side entrance located in the alley Piano Lessons 580-327-7751 ADSAC/DUI Services New Hope offering 10 & 24 hour DUI Schools, 6 & 12 week counseling group, counseling services, Drug & Alcohol Assessments. 580-748-0692 or 580-327-2356 Krob’s Tree Service Tree Trimming, Removal, Stump Grinding, Free Estimates. Contact Terry at 580-922-0165

Everybody’s Talkin’ At least they will be after you let us transform your home. WFM Total Construction, LLC. 580-327-7935. www. wfmtotalconstruction.com Alva Sewing Center TruE Software. Make your mouse even more magical and your ideas Mac compatible. TruEmbroidery Software for Mac. Discover a complete embroidery software system with hundreds of fonts, thousands of designs and images and more-all in one package that works with most top embroidery machines, like Husqvarna Viking, Bernina, Brother, Janoma, Plaff, Singer and Babylock. 428 Flynn Street. 580-327-3312

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Pasture Tree Clearing

CC Construction

Save moisture and Grass. Let me clear trees in your pasture. Skid Steer and Marshall Tree Saw. Ed Grover. 580-474-2465 or 580542-0298

Interior-Exterior improvements. Room additions. Plaster Repair & Painting. Handicap Upgrades. Structural and non-structural concrete. Will also accommodate Farm & Ranch. Fully Insured. 580-307-4598 or 620-825-4285.

Adult Halloween Party Kasie Mae’s Cafe Friday, Oct 26th from 10p-2a. Come dressed up in a costume and get one free domestic beer. There will also be door prizes and a best costume contest! Come enjoy a night out all dressed up, play pool & darts and listen to some awesome music! 412 N. Park Street in Cleo Springs. 1 blk west of the bank. 580-438-2259.

Professional Upholstery with all types of furniture. Over 55 yrs experience. Goltry, OK. 580-496-2351 New Releases New on DVD and BluRay at Rialto Video, “Magic Mike,” “Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter” and “Witness Protection”

Bar S Transports LLC

Conceal & Carry

Fully Licensed and Insured Hot Shot Transportation Company. Available 24/7 365 days. Reasonable Rates. Call Tony Barnett at 580-596-6119 for more info

One day class (in Cherokee) Oct 27. Call for registration 580-5417425. Depot Bar & Grill

600 Mimosa, Alva, OK. 580327-1233, 580-430-5547. Archery work every Wednesday. All types pistols, rifles, shotguns, revolvers, Madd XD sunglasses. Very low Price

Wed Lunch Special-Minute Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Mixed Vegetables, Lemon Cake. Thur-Pork Chops, Stuffing, Green Beans, Chocolate Pie. FriChicken Fry, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Roll, Brownie. Full menu everyday. Carry-Out available. 580-327-2212.

Need New Sidewalks?

For Your Const Needs

Driveway perhaps, we do all types of concrete work. Stamp and Colors also avail. Give us a call for estimate. 580-732-1028

From A-Z, New Construction, Roofing, Additions, Remodeling, Siding, Windows, Int/Ext, Painting, All Work Guaranteed. Improve the value of your home. Call 580-732-1028

Pony Boy Lures & Guns

Paying Ca$h for all Coin, Token, & Currency Collections. Top prices paid for gold & silver. Coins-JewelryFlatware. Call 580-233-0007 or come by CC Coins at 813 W. Maine, Enid, OK

Your Last Diet New weight loss clinic featuring Ideal Protein. 324 College, Alva. Call for consultation now. 580542-0823

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Massages by Vanna

Stylist Wanted

Schedule your massage & foot detox today at The Heatwave! Couples/Friend detox $40 (a savings of $20) Come detox and relax together! Students receive $15 off massages. Like us on Facebook. Massages by Vanna 580-727-5209.

Booth space available for a licensed cosmetologist at 702 Logan, Alva, OK next to Dorothy’s flowers. Call or come by 580-327-4800 or 580-3277306.

Now Taking Bids for concrete Work. MBE/WBE businesses encouraged. 620-8254285 Employment Beadles Nursing Home Has positions open for CNA/ CMA, Housekeeping, and dishwasher/kitchen cleaner. Some weekends required. Benefits available. Apply in person - 916 Noble in Alva. EOE Help Wanted Team Counselor Position avail. All applicants must have a Master’s Degree in a Mental Health Treatment Field. Licensable in Okla. by one of the following license boards, LPC, LMFT or LCSW. We offer a full range of benefits and competitive salary. Contact Stan Bowman at 1300 Summers Place, Ponca City, OK 74604 Mon-Fri 9am4pm. 580-762-4156. EOE Now Hiring Full-Time Plant Operators. Great Company. Full Benefits included. Email Resume to Alvajobs@ iofina.com or call 303-638-0956 Help Wanted Depot Bar and Grill is looking for Nightime Bartender. Apply in person at 3 N College. 580-3277011

Vendetti Plumbing Plumbing Apprentice needed to work in Alva area. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation necessary. Pay based on experience. Call 580871-2223. Help Wanted BJCC now recruiting for Correctional Security Officer I/ II/III-Beginning hourly salary $11.83 w/automatic progression after 6 mos to $12.42 and again after 12 mos to $13.25. You must be 20 years of age. Construction Maintenance Tech III-$2224.95/ month. Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Level I/II-$2072$2275. Interested contact Lisa Ackerman at 580-327-8000 at Bill Johnson Correctional Center, Alva Share Convalescent Home is looking for night shift Certified Nurse Aides, Day & Evening CNA’s, CMA’s and LPN’s. We offer medical, dental and retirements benefits. Pick-Up application at hospital lobby or call 580-430-3313 for more information Help Wanted Kiowa District Hospital is looking for a full time biller/bookkeeper. Pick up app at the hospital or submit resume to awhitely@kd-h.com For questions, call 620825-6276.

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Share Medical Center

Tiny Blessings Daycare

Garage Sale

is looking for Full-Time Clinic Nurse and Full-Time Certified Home Health Aide for the Alva and Woodward area. Also looking for Full-Time/Part-Time Housekeeping. We offer medical, dental and retirement benefits. Pick-Up application at hospital lobby or call 580-430-3313 for more information

in Kiowa, KS is taking applications for substitute and/or Part-Time childcare workers. Ability to pass KB background check required. Call 620-213-9011

Sat 8am-noon. 628 Logan. Some furniture, misc

The Homestead is looking for a Full-Time Cook. We offer medical, dental and retirement benefits. Pick-Up applications at hospital lobby or call 580-430-3313 for more information Nicholas Services is now hiring Class A Drivers for all shifts. Earn over $1500/Weekly. $17-$19.50 Hourly. Excellent Benefits. Over 30 years in Business. Come be a valued member of our growing company that takes pride in our equipment and provides extensive oilfield training. Drug Testing Required. 620-930-7511 Top Pay! Vacuum Truck Drivers needed in Alva area. Must have 2 years driving experience, Hazmat Endorsement, with good driving record and able to pass drug test. $500 Sign-On Bonus. Call 580-327-2327 or 936-590-9961

Farm Supplies For Sale ‘08 JD 4995 with 16ft Rotary Head. 620886-1006 For Sale 15 Horse Corral Panels. $50/Each. 5ft Horse V-Style feed bunker/hay rack $85. 54 inch round feed bunker/hay rack $65. 620-296-4589 Garage Sales Estate Sale Oct 24, 25, 26. 3-7pm. Dishes, antiques, jars, microwave, lamps, marbles, self prop. mower, collectibles and more. 315 2nd. 580-430-6350 Moving Sale Sat 8am-? 1000 S Kansas. Cherokee, OK. Furniture, clothes & household items, more Garage Sale!!! Oct 26, 27. 13th & Maple, Alva. Fri 3pm. Sat 8am. Solid Oak ent ctr, 2 outdr rock chrs, kitchen, nice shoes & clothes, incld boys husky, more Huge Garage Sale Pfaltzgraff, Christmas tree and accessories, China Wheat Pattern, China Cups and Saucers, bedroom set, toys, kids clothes, board games, glass pieces, tins and much more. 1009 S Oklahoma, Cherokee, OK. Nov 2 (Fri) & Nov 3 (Sat) 8am-5pm, Nov 4 (Sun) 1-5pm-Half Price

820 Skyline Sat 9am-1pm. Lots of furniture & misc Miscellaneous For Sale New Heavy Duty Diesel Generator 7000ED, Yanmar Engine, Air Cooled, Electric Start. $2100. 580-839-2886. For Sale Oak China Hutch. Sofa. Kitchen Table and Chairs with matching China Hutch and other furniture. 580-327-0840 or 580-4305210 For Sale Mid Century Fostoria Glassware. 580-327-0583

American

Donate Clothing? The annual “Warmth for Winter” clothing and blanket collection by the College Hill Church of Christ is in progress. Be kind and help those who may not have enough funds by donating your used (clean, with no repairs needed) clothes for all ages. Blankets are especially needed. Leave at the church building in the storage trailer behind. Thanks. Call 580-327-0130 with questions. Wanted 1948 Alva High School yearbook. 928527-3756 For Sale Deweze Bed 470 fits shortbed $6000. 580748-3875

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MURROW

REAL ESTATE & AUCTION

580-327-1998

www.murrowlandandhome.com www.murrowrealestateandauction.com


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Coming Soon

New RV Park Opening

Coming Soon to Rialto Theatre. Nov 2 “Wreck it Ralph.” Nov 16 “Twilight Breaking Dawn Pt 2.”

Very nice, quiet, secluded park with water, sewer, electric and WiFi included. $1100/ month for Mobile Home and $600/month for RV. Only 4 miles out of Alva. Taking deposits now to reserve spots. Call 580327-2327 or 936-590-9961 for more information

Be Sure To Support Western Equipment with your business. The Cimarron Council of the Boy Scouts wishes to thank them for helping with our council event at Camp Williams last weekend Firewood for Sale 580-748-4064 For Sale Brown Velour Queen Size sleeper couch. 2 sofa tables. 603-408-7540

RV Park in Country near Carmen, OK. 580-829-1958 Huge Price Reduction 3bdrm, 2bth Brick. Woodlake Estates. Lake side. United Country/Kohlrus Real Estate. 580-327-4007. www.kohlrus.com For Sale

Treadmill, motorized/computerized. $175. 580-327-1349.

Motivated Seller. 3bdrm, 2bth, 2000+ sqft, 1 AC, 419 Walnut, Jet, OK. United Country/Kohlrus Real Estate. 580-3274007. www.kohlrus.com

EG Pumpkin Rolls

For Sale

$12.50. Del 11/11. Call 580-430-5796 to order

Home & 14 AC, 560 Main St, Waynoka, OK. United Country/Kohlrus Real Estate. 580-327-4007. www.kohlrus.com

For Sale

Real Estate For Rent 2bdrm 1 1/2 bth. No Smoking. No Pets. 816 4th. 580-541-1067

For Sale Former Bank 6000+ sqft. $79,000. United Country/Kohlrus Real Estate. 580-3274007. www.kohlrus.com New Home for Sale Gloss Mountain Homes - 1,862 sq.ft. quality built ready to move home with 3 bedrooms. Beautiful home ready to move to your location. Come check it out. 580227-3393.

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For Sale Motivated Seller. Home & 10 AC lowered $10,000. Custom Built ‘06. United Country/Kohlrus Real Estate. 580-3274007. www.kohlrus.com For Rent RV, boat and car storage, rental and sales. 580-327-3621, 580-430-6052 For Sale Hardtner, KS. 3bdrm, 2bth, finished basement, fenced yard, across from park, new roof, new paint, 2700 sqft, 1 acre lot w.sm barn. $87,500. 620-296-4589 2 Rooms for rent Tenants will share living room and bathroom with each other. Home located in Alva. Call 580-327-7650 for more info. Spaces for Rent Mobile Home & RV Parking. Electric. sewer/trash/water incl. Quiet, Spacious, Trees & Grass. Call 580-748-0645 or 580596-2508 For Rent 1bdrm, 1bth Duplex. $650/Month w/ appliances. Water/Sewer/Garbage paid. 580-884-6195 Normandy Apt for Rent 2 bdrm. 580-430-9260 or 405-659-4199 House For Sale Newly remodeled. New appliances, carpet, wood floor and windows. 1325 Lincoln. Waynoka, OK. $75,000. 580-430-5050


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$100 per month or only $3.33 per day for a web site help-wanted ad seen by over 3,000 people per day.

580-327-2200

An Action Ad and one of our web site ads can make it worthwhile.

Passport or Concealed Carry ID Photos taken with delivery in 5 Minutes. $10.95 for Two!

Lynn Martin Photography 580-327-1686 Tuesday - Friday

580-327-2200

If your VHS player has not done this yet, some day it will. Let us convert your important videos to DVD. $20 per DVD.

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