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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. 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. 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.

7:30 p.m. Alva High School will play football at Hennessey. 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.

Three felony charges filed By Marione Martin Three individuals were charged with felonies in Alfalfa County Oct. 22-25. On Oct. 22 Latisha Marlene Fitzwater, 20, Kiowa, Kan., was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance. On Oct. 14 at 12:16 p.m. OHP Trooper J. R. Robertson stopped a vehicle that was driving over the center line. He reported seeing a man reaching over the driver from the back seat. According to documents on file, Fitzwater was the driver and the trooper noted that her pupils were dilated. In her purse he found several items including a digital scale and a zip lock bag with a crystal-like substance. Fitzwater said the substance was methamphetamine. Fitzwater has also been charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicating substances and unlawful possession of paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. On Oct. 24 Amy Lynn Webb, 33, of

Hopeton, was charged with uttering a forged instrument. On Oct. 17, Carol Jackson of the Farmers Exchange of Goltry contacted the Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Office about a check written to them for $73.00. She said a woman driving a Lincoln Town Car with a broken tail light and a bungee cord holding down the trunk had bought gas and wrote the check. She later called Hopeton State Bank and learned that the checking account of Estel Haltom, Dorothy Richardson Household, was closed and both people were deceased. Sheriff Charles Tucker later talked to Woods County Deputy Ethan McOsker and learned he had arrested Amy Webb driving a car of the same description with the same license number.

On Oct. 25 Vincent Derrick Lowden, 23, Arkansas City, Kan., was charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicating substances. On Oct. 24 about 8:30 a.m. Alfalfa County Deputy Blake Trekell had to leave the roadway after meeting a vehicle that was left of center. He stopped the vehicle driven by Lowden and described the driver as being disoriented and having a strong odor of marijuana. When questioned, Lowden said he had smoked some of “the fake stuff” on his way. Trekell found one empty and one partially full package of a synthetic drug, two pipes and a can that had been used for smoking. Trekell found Lowden had previous offenses relating to drug charges in Kansas.

Chesapeake Energy Blood Drive Chesapeake Energy and Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) are partnering for a blood drive Thursday, November 1, to help save the lives of those in area hospitals. The drive will occur from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 32744 State Highway 45, Waynoka. One blood donation can save as many as three lives. Yet, it typically takes only an hour to give blood. This brief act of community service can make a major, life-saving difference. People 16 years and older are usually able to give. During November, each blood donor receives the choice of an OSU or OU Bedlam blood donor T-shirt

and a chance to win a pair of tickets to the 2012 Bedlam football game. If donors prefer, they can forgo the Tshirts to support the Global Blood Fund. Oklahoma Blood Institute will redirect funds for the shirts to this charity assisting blood centers in developing countries. Donors with Oklahoma Blood Institute provide every drop of blood needed by patients in more than 140 Oklahoma medical facilities. This includes all hospitals in metro Oklahoma City. Appointments are not required, but can be made by calling Oklahoma Blood Institute at 877-340-8777 or visiting obi. org.


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Waynoka FFA Attends National Convention By Josiah Darr On October 24-27, four Wayonka FFA members attended the 85th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. The members attending were Jillian Whipple, Kaylee Tyson, Hannah Darr, and Layne Meriwether. The theme for national convention was “Grow.” From the entire nation, four FFA members were chosen to compete for a national title in the Proficiency Area of Beef Production Entrepreneurship. Oklahoma was represented by Wayno-

ka’s Layne Meriwether. He placed 2nd in the nation. A highlight of the convention included listening to the keynote speaker, Olympian and cancer survivor Scott Hamilton. He shared his inspirational life story of overcoming many obstacles and having a positive attitude. They also attended workshops and listened to other speakers, gaining knowledge and new ideas. Members are excited to share and implement the new ideas to help their local chapter “Grow!

Waynoka FFA Members Attended National Convention (left to right) Layne Meriwether, Hannah Darr, Jillian Whipple, and Kaylee Tyson

Burlington Homecoming is this Friday, November 2. Homecoming Coronation starts at 6:00pm, with the games following. The Queen Candidates this year are Jessica Ferrell, Tiffany Rieger, Heather Armbruster, and Kate Garvie. The escorts are Brandon Gosselin, Tyler Flackman, Carter Stewart, and Lane Newlin.


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Changes for AlvaReviewCourier.com By Lynn Martin The “Mywebpal.com” firm is quitting business today, October 31st. We really hate that, because we’ve got eleven years of history with them and they treat us excellently. However, the firm from which they buy their server space recently doubled their price, and it is not practical to stay in business. (That is a puzzlement to me, because costs per gigabyte of storage are going down every month. The boss at MyWebPal thinks they simply don’t want their business anymore.) The newspaper web-hosting business pretty well got set in stone about a dozen years ago. Web Service vendors would show up at the state press association conventions and tout the advantages of utilizing their service. So, most everybody made their vendor selection back then. Now we don’t see those vendors any more since selections were made a long time ago, and no one wants to change providers because it is too big

a hassle. We have been very satisfied with MyWebPal, and have been one of their highest volume customers as far as web traffic. The boss of the firm, Jim Myles, says the Alva newspaper has provided them with some of their best ideas, such as immediate email reports to an advertiser when someone clicks on a banner button. That way the advertiser knows someone is actually looking at their ad page or web site. We have contracted with another firm to host our web site: TownNews. com. It is a huge outfit serving over 1500 newspapers. I think MyWebPal probably had a dozen newspapers they served from their Moberly, Missouri location. I have discovered the new provider, while very customer oriented, is going to take a long time to get us up and going on their servers. You might think of the turning radius of a row boat compared to that of a battleship. Well, we have enormous daily traffic and don’t want to lose that momentum. So we (mainly Paula Oakes) have configured a web site that is somewhat similar in appearance to our current one. All the banner buttons work as usual, along with the large Medical

Guide. Our Voped video library of local videos will still be at the top and is in place and working. Most of the features in our left menu are working. What won’t be working for awhile is “reader comments.” We may place a “blog” on the site where comments can be made, but they won’t be underneath each story. Also, uploading news and sports stories will be considerably more difficult for our staff for awhile. Although we have one feature that is better than on our old site. There is a live streaming portion that we can easily post photos and text from our smart phones. I experimented Friday night by taking a picture of the scoreboard at Rangerfield field. Whatever you type in the subject line of the email becomes the headline. Then you can write your text in the message area. Hit send, and a few minutes later the photo, headline and text is automatically on our web site. I think this means we’ll have considerably more short updates during the day. I understand that most of the Newsgram readers seeing this could care less about who provides the inner-workings of the newspaper web site. However, there will be a lot of unexpected problems for awhile, and we ask you to bear with us as we solve them. Our previous provider, MyWebPal, provided exemplary service and rarely did a problem exist for more than a few minutes. We are not nearly as smart as they are, and I fear our problems may occasionally take days to remedy. So please be patient. So we ask for your patience as we do our baby steps at getting back to where we are today.


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Timberlake Public School 1st Nine Weeks Honor Roll 2012-2013

Principal 7th Grade—Utah Bishard, Erica Hildinger 8th Grade—Makaela Dungan, Alanna Nacion 9th Grade—Kolton Fisback, Zeb McCollum, Tiffany Schlup 10th Grade—Delaney Anderson, Raven Bishard 11th Grade—Dakota Jantz, Hailey Parker, Kelsey Castle, Jacob Henderson, Cidney Thompson 11th Grade—Brock Buller, Bailee Clift, Hayden Nickel, Nick Mullins Superintendent 8th Grade—Kylee Fargo, Kamber LeForce 9th Grade—April Burchfiel, Blaine Dungan, Oakleigh Nickel, Kylie Wilson, Miranda Sanders, Jamie Thorp, Kaitlyn Winters 10th Grade—Cara Crain, Reed Nickel 11th Grade—Ami Adkisson, Haley Blewitt, Braden Seaman 12th Grade—Stacey Bailey, Karli LeForce, Kylee Severin, Levi Saunders


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Friends of Hatfield Park Fundraiser

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Also, a reminder that on Nov. 4 th, the Alva Friends of Play Foundation will be kicking off a raffle to raise additional funds for their Hatfield Park Project. The four raffle packages include: a “Spoil Me” basket for the ladies, a tool/maintenance package for the guys, an OKC Thunder package for the kids and a soccer/physical activity basket for the kids! All items will be on display at the Bowl-A-Thon on Sunday.

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When the preacher said you had to share everything, he didn’t realize it meant his motorcycle, too!

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Builder tells of reducing increased cost for new Kiowa District Hospital By Yvonne Miller The same day as the groundbreaking ceremony for a new Kiowa District Hospital, the hospital board held their regular October meeting in the evening. All board members attended, including President Zack Odell, Robert Armbruster, Dan Lukins, Robert Stark and Lori Schrock. Also seated at the table was CEO Aldeen “Van” Vandeveer, CFO Janell Goodno, Coordinator of Development and PR Director Brenna May, Hospital DON Tammy Blake, Manor DON Nicole Tronsgard and assistant DON Jan Smith. The meeting opened with Todd Cunningham of MW Builders, who is constructing the new hospital. He said they take periodic snapshots to see where they and the design are, relevant to the budget. “It’s an opportunity to make corrections,” Cunningham said. He said the most recent snapshot shows costs are up about $300,000. “We need to correct the design. It’s up to us to get the cost back down,” Cunningham said. So far they’ve generated about $265,000 in savings, he said. The builder listed some reasons costs increased, such as needing eight inches of concrete to bear the weight of the structure, which is more than first thought; increased costs of bringing utilities to the site; etc. Cunningham listed some of the major items they’ve already changed to offset costs, such as: reduce size of mezzanine; go to a single-pitch roof; flooring finish alternatives; different light fixtures; use aluminum instead of cooper; and more. Cunningham estimates that in six weeks they’ll have 100 percent completed drawings. Within four weeks after that, the builder expects to have bids in hand. Coordination of equipment placement must be determined soon so electrical outlets are precisely located. One of the biggest equipment placement issues is the CT machine so the room can be properly shielded during construction. Discussion of access to city water lines and an electrical transformer ensued between the board and architect Tod Ford. Discussing the electrical transformer from AEC needed to carry the load, board wondered if they can go with a 1500 amp instead of a 2500 amp in a

cost saving effort. Hospital and Manor Statistics and Financials CFO Goodno presented monthly financial and statistics for the hospital and manor. With the federally-mandated conversion to Electronic Health Records to Nextgen this summer came many problems with financial issues. Vandeveer told the Newsgram that although the hospital has completed the “meaningful use phase” of the records conversion, which involves a Medicare audit, they’ve not yet seen any government financial reimbursement for the over half-million dollar cost that came from hospital accounts. The CEO said he anticipates a 45-50 percent reimbursement. During the conversion, the ability of the hospital’s business office to submit Medicare claims was totally interrupted, Van said. So the financial records for August and September have very little Medicare reimbursement. Also, as accounting was able to start generating financial reports after the conversion, monthly amounts were unevenly recorded. For instance, August financials showed the hospital in the black $190,489 and in September in the red $226,738. For August the manor showed a loss of $13,010. September financials showed a loss of $54,091 for the manor. Vandeveer said tax money comes to the hospital district at the end of the year. He said with tax revenue, Medicare reimbursement and the government reimbursement for the Electronic Medical Records, the hospital is actually in good shape. Until that money comes in, the board approved a cost containment plan for both the hospital and manor to slow down spending. That decision was made

at a special phone board meeting September 26. Goodno said, “September started out extremely slow,” but picked up some later in the month. She described September as “the slowest month of the year so far.” However, she said, “October has been busy.” The manor patient census was 24 in September. Tronsgard told the board they have the possibility of three new residents. More Board Reports DON Tammy Blake said nurses underwent several trainings and they’ve introduced Intermediate Swingbed at the hospital. Brenna May thanked everyone for their flexibility earlier in the day when the groundbreaking ceremony for the new hospital had to be moved indoors at the last minute due to high winds. May said the hospital foundation received additional donations totaling $33,500 at the groundbreaking. This puts the foundation’s donations well over the half million dollar mark, she said. Vandeveer said the hospital received Shell’s donation of $15,000 to purchase emergency room equipment. A new dietary manager for the manor was hired and will start working November 1, Vandeveer said. She is Molly Layne who attended culinary training in Houston, he said. Following an executive session, the board approved the monthly Risk Management/Quality Assurance report.


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care for her brother with special needs. She was also a successful business woman. She opened and co-owned a modeling and talent promotion company. She teamed up with her husband and his construction business to do interior, architectural and home design. Together they built many beautiful custom homes throughout the Tucson foothills. Mitsy is survived by her husband, Terry R. Darr; her daughter, Tera Frank and husband, Nicholas; daughter, Tiffini Sheldon and husband, Robert and daughter, Talhia Darr; grandchildren, Lucas Frank, Presley Frank, Vivianne Sheldon and Arlo Sheldon; parents, Robert D. White and Cosette White Abbott; siblings, Mike White and family, Tricia McKee and family and Kali Smith and family. Mitsy is predeceased by her little brother, David Bradley White and little sister, Barbara Jean White as well as maternal and paternal grandparents. Viewing was on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at East Lawn Palms Mortuary. Service was on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. at The Journey, Tucson, AZ 85718. Services was also held in Liberal, Kansas on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at Central Christian Church.

RUBY CANDACE NELSON Funeral services for Ruby Candace Nelson will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 31, 2012, at the Alva First United Methodist Church with Pastor Terry Martindale officiating. Interment will be in the Alva Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Marshall Funeral Home of Alva. The casket will remain closed. Ruby Candace Nelson, 101, wife of the late Anthon Nelson, passed on peacefully from this life on October 27, 2012, in Onancock, Virginia. Born July 24, 1911, in Edith, Colorado, she was the youngest of five children born to the late Gasham and Jettie (Arrowsmith) Hart. Ruby was preceded by all her siblings, Roland and Ted Hart, Thelma Hart McKinley, and Jessie Hart Bridges. Ruby’s early childhood was lived in Hart’s Canyon, New Mexico, a remote area along the Chama River. Ruby has documented her life there as well as her subsequent youth in Montana, and her early married life in Oklahoma in a series of short stories, fascinating memoirs of an era long past. Ruby graduated from high school and college (then called Normal School), in Alva, Oklahoma, with a lifetime teacher certificate. She taught school for two years, married Anthon in 1932, and devoted herself to the rugged career of the hardworking farm wife. She was always active in the Methodist Church, and participated in numerous civic and cultural organizations. She enjoyed sewing clothes for her family and friends. She grew and put up fruits and vegetables from her garden, and she was famous for her homemade bread, but most especially for her cinnamon rolls, which she baked weekly and shared with one and all for 80+ years. She loved family get togethers, and her birthday party celebrations most of all. She was hard-working and an early riser, but oh how she loved her naps! Ruby is survived by son, Dwight

Obituaries MARILYN BINDRUM Services pending for Marilyn Bindrum, 59, at Wharton Funeral Chapel. DEANA MISETTE ‘MITSY’ DARR Deana Misette Darr, “Mitsy” 55, of Tucson, Arizona, passed away on Tuesday morning, October 16, 2012 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Mitsy was born on May 13, 1957 in Liberal, Kansas to Robert D. White and Cosette White Abbott. Mitsy grew up in Liberal, Kansas, and graduated from Liberal High School, where she was a cheerleader and well known for her singing, lyric and instrumental collaboration ability. She attended Kansas State University and majored in music. She was active in her church and sang for many events. She married Terry R. Darr in 1977 and continued to actively pursue her passion of music. She performed with many well-known country bands and artists. Mitsy and Terry had three daughters, and Mitsy shifted her focus to them while they were young. She taught Sunday school for special needs children and helped

JUDY KAY McCONKEY HELENA — Judy’s funeral service will be Thursday, November 1, 2012, at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Cherokee, with Dr. Ron Hansen officiating. Burial will follow at Good Hope Cemetery south of Helena, with arrangements by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Helena. Viewing will be Wednesday at the funeral home in Helena from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. with the family present from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Condolences may be given online at www.lanmanmemorials. com. Judy was born on November 21, 1947 in Anthony, Kansas, and passed from this life on October 28, 2012 in Helena. Judy met Larry McConkey and his son in 1966, and she and Larry were married on June 28, 1969. Judy is survived by one son, one brother, one sister, one brother-in-law, one aunt, one uncle, one niece, a host of cousins, many friends and her dog. Memorials may be given to First Christian Church of Cherokee through the funeral home.

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Burlington School Board calls special election for $1,275,000 bond building project By Yvonne Miller January 8, 2013, Burlington School District voters will go to the polls for a special election that calls for approval of $1,275,000 bonds for a building project. That was decided when the Burlington Board of Education held a special meeting Monday night. Members present were Terry Graham, Roger Allen, Aaron Smith, Beth Guffy and Allison

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Armbruster. Others present were Superintendent Glen Elliott, Minutes Clerk Jan Hill, and Matthew Reichert of Stephen H. McDonald & Associates, Inc. After discussion, the board approved employment of Stephen H. McDonald & Associates, Inc. as Financial Consultant to the school district. The Board then approved resolutions authorizing the calling and hold-

ing of a special election to be held in the school district on January 8, 2013. The election is to authorize issuance of general obligation bonds in the amount of $1,275,000.00. The money will be used to build a new band room; to add a shop to the new agriculture education classroom; and to build a new ‘teacherage’ (a superintendent’s house). The previous superintendent’s house is not livable.

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Nelson of Phoenix, Arizona; and daughter, Toni Nelson, of Onancock, Virginia, (formerly of Manasquan, New Jersey), with whom she lived in recent years, though she never lost her love and longing for the wheat fields and plains of Oklahoma and farm life. She was predeceased by one son, John Douglas Nelson. Ruby leaves four grandchildren: Shari Nelson Kristof of Cary, North Carolina; Lisa Nelson Stewart and husband, Mike, of Coconut Creek, Florida; Kimberly Birdsall of Point Pleasant, New Jersey; and Matthew Birdsall and wife, Christian, of Bland and Norfolk, Virginia. Ruby adored her seven greatgrandchildren: Jason, Ryan, and Justin Kristof; her namesake, Ruby Olivia Hyra; Noah and Maribeth Birdsall; and Taylor Stewart, as well as many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of dear friends. The family thanks Hospice and Palliative Care of the Eastern Shore and the staff at Shore Lifecare for their kind and

compassionate care. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to Hospice of the Eastern Shore, 165 Market St., Suite 3, Onancock, VA 23417, or to the charity of your choice. Remembrances may be shared with the family at www.marshallfuneralhomes.com. HAZEL PAULINE WHITE CHEROKEE—Hazel Pauline White, age 93 years, died October 27, 2012 of natural causes. Celebration of Life service will be Friday, November 2, 2012 at 2 p.m. at Lanman Chapel in Cherokee with Rev. John Clapp officiating. Burial will follow at Cherokee Municipal Cemetery with arrangements by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Cherokee. Viewing and visitation with family will be Thursday from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. until 1:45 p.m. Online memories may be shared with the family at www. lanmanmemorials.com. Hazel was born June 13, 1919 at

her parents’ home in Alfalfa County to David H. and Minnie Gertrude (Erwin) Walker. She and Harlan W. White were married in January 1939. She is survived by one son, one daughter, five grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren, four great-great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Gideon’s International or Cherokee First United Methodist Women through the funeral home.


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Alfalfa County Real Estate Transactions — Start Book 693, page 279 Real Estate Transfers • Celia Gonzales to Olga L. Vaquera: a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of Section 3, Township 26 North, Range 9 WIM; quit claim deed. • Carrie L. Boyles, fka Carrie L. Woodson, and Heath Edward Boyles to Carrie Lynn Boyles and Heath Edward Boyles as Trustees of the Boyles Family Trust: an undivided one-half interest in the Northeast Quarter, Section 34, Township 29 North, Range 12 WIM; quit claim deed. • Joseph G. Severin to Carl Kuepfer and Ellen Kuepfer: Lots 4, 5, and 6 in Block 43, in the Town of Goltry; warranty deed. • Charles E. Young and Jonnie Rae Young to Gerald Longhurst: Lot 4 and the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, also described as the South Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 31, Township 26 North, Range 12 WIM; warranty deed. • Teresa A. Loeser to Bret D. Aker and Schaunesse J. Aker: a tract of land as described in the Southeast Quarter of Section 15, Township 28 North, Rage 10 WIM; warranty deed. • Ronald L. Jantzen and Dyana Jantzen to Ronald L. Jantzen and Dyana Jantzen, Co-Trustees of the Ronald L.

and Dyana Jantzen Trust dated June 18, 2012: (1) the Southwest Quarter of Section 7, Township 23 North, Range 9 WIM; and (2) the Northwest Quarter of Section 7, Township 23 North, Range 9 WIM; quit claim deed. • Loyd Stout to Mickey Stout: an undivided one-fifth interest in and to the South Half of the Southwest Quarter and the South Quarter of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 26, Township 26 North, Range 11 WIM; warranty deep. • Loyd T. Stout to Mickey Stout, Gayle Stout, and Paula Crandall: Lot 1 in Block 6, West Side Addition to Cherokee; warranty deed. • Raymond Stonehocker to Lynn D. Sturgeon: Lots 25, 26, and 27 in Block 2, Bonham’s Second Addition to the Town of Helena; quit claim deed. • Phillip Wayne Reuss and Whitney Reuss, aka Whitney Michelle Reuss, former spouse of Phillip Wayne Reuss to Phillip Wayne Reuss: Lot 18, Block 11, Goltry Original Goltry; and Lot 19, Block 11, Goltry Original Goltry: warranty deed. • Good Hope Cemetery Association of Helena to Randy and/or Lisa Nickel: spaces 3, 4, 5, and 6 in Lot 115 of Block 7 in Good Hope Cemetery southeast of Helena, Okla.; warranty deed.

• Janice G. Voss and Gordon Voss to Tyler Severin and Jordan Severin: the East three feet of Lot 18, all of Lots 19 and 20, and the West 22 feet of Lot 21, Block 70, Town of Goltry; warranty deed. • Ken Robert Butler to Dennis R. Ferrell and Brenda Diane Ferrell: (1) a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 18, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM; (2) all of Lots 1-6 inclusive) in Block 1, Schubert Addition to the Town of Burlington; and (3) a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of Section 18, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM; warranty deed. • Kevin Jantz and Jami Jantz to Margene Payne and Jeffery Payne: (1) all of Lot 4 in Block 1, Titus Third Addition to Cherokee and (2) a portion of Lot 9 as described in Lot 1, Titus Third Addition to Cherokee; warranty deed. • Diane V. Spicer, aka Diane Victoria Spicer to Diane V. Spicer and her successor, Trustee of the Diane V. Spicer Revocable Trust dated Aug. 1, 2012: all of grantor’s right, title, and interest in the Northwest Quarter, Section 26, , Township 28 North, Range 12 WIM; and all of grantor’s right, title and interest in See Real

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October 22, 2012 4:30 p.m. reckless driving on Hwy 8 north of Major, rock hauler just crossed county lines on Hwy 8 headed north was losing its load and driving recklessly, deputy advised and enroute, negative contact with semi. 5:49 p.m. threats in Aline, respondent said that she has custody of her sisters kids and that her sister is making threatening phone calls to her, would like to make a report with an officer, advised deputy. 6:50 p.m. disturbance in Aline, individual was cursing at people and yelling because they were trying to park for a game, 2 deputies advised and enroute. 7:24 p.m. medical call to Nescatunga, NFR advised they needed an ambulance and they are on scene, advised deputy & CPD, deputy enroute, NFR advised headed back to station. 8:45 p.m. medical call to 200 block of E 4th in Helena, individual has been sick for the last 2 days, is really weak and lightheaded, needs an ambulance, advised Helena Ambulance. October 23, 2012 10:42 a.m. horses out 1 S of 38/11 Jct, about 6 horses going south on Hwy 38, tried 2 possible owners, negative contact. 10:43 a.m. reckless driver on Hwy 8 towards Burlington, semi almost ran her off the road near Driftwood, ACSO will advise deputies. 4:37 p.m. truck all over the road headed eastbound from SH8 toward Burlington, advised deputy. October 24, 2012 2:52 p.m. medical call to Chinaberry/ Lakeview Dr in Nescatunga, needs an ambulance, individual has fallen and the social worker can’t help him up, CPD & Nescatunga Rescue were advised. 6:38 p.m. hit & run in Jet, respondent said that his company pickup was parked at the Jet Jiffy Trip and someone had backed into it, his boss wants a police report done on it, advised OHP. October 25, 2012 9:56 a.m. break-in 5 N of Amorita on Hwy 58, respondent advised the back door of his hunting cabin has been broken into, request deputy to come and search the house as he has not entered the property, 2 deputies advised and enroute, deputy advised appears nothing is missing. 7:45 p.m. 911 call, someone riding

a bike in middle of hwy on Hwy 281 northbound, bike with a big baby stroller on back, the bike rider is between Alva and the Capron turnoff, advised Woods Co SO. 7:55 p.m. drunk driver on Hwy 281 & 45 Jct, driver is driving in the other lane and is going to hit someone, respondent advised there are blue lights behind him, was going to try to get a tag number if he could, advised Woods Co. 10:45 p.m. rollover on Hwy 11 N of Fish Hatchery, no injuries, road is not blocked, advised deputy & OHP. 11:51 p.m. alarm going off in Carmen, east entry door, advised deputy, car at location, will check the area, all doors are locked, no sign of forced entry, false alarm. October 26, 2012 1:14 a.m. minor accident E of Cherokee and about ¼ S, truck hit a pole at the end of 5th St., advised deputy & OHP. 9:14 a.m. medical call to Cottonwood Lane in Nescatunga, needs ambulance, individual has fallen and cut her head, CPD & Nescatunga Rescue was advised, Nescatunga Rescue has been released from scene, ambulance taking her to Share. 10:44 a.m. lost cattle E of Woods/ Alfalfa Co line on Hwy 11, respondent had his cattle penned up when he left last Sun., when he returned 3 black heifers, 600 lbs each, were gone, they are not branded, did have a notch out of the right ear, if found please call him. 2:48 p.m. cattle out on CR 630/ Garvin, advised possible owner, is going to check it out, advised cattle belong to another individual and someone was going to contact him. 9:15 p.m. alarm going off in Carmen, respondent called back and advised false alarm, business owner is going to fix the problem on Monday. 9:48 p.m. break-in on Aline blacktop, Woods Co has requested assistance at CR 490 & Blaine for a break-in, deputy advised trooper he was going to location, the people in the house were still in house and possibly in basement. October 27, 2012 12:29 a.m. medical call to 400 block of E 4th in Helena, Lifeline advised that his client needs an ambulance due to her having trouble breathing, Helena Fire & Rescue & Helena Ambulance advised, ambulance enroute to St. Mary’s. 2:09 a.m. dogs barking at 300 block

of E Maple in Carmen, 4 small dogs & 1 big dog in their yard barking and waking them up all night long and throughout the day as well, they run all over town as well, dogs belong to the people on the NE corner, deputy was advised and will follow up in the morning. 5:39 p.m. cattle out 1 ½ miles down Crystal Rd, yellow tags, advised possible owner, said they would get them put up, respondent called back and advised they belonged to another individual, advised possible owner, he is headed down there to check on cattle. 7:24 p.m. fire on Hwy 11 on S side of road going north out of Cherokee, CPD was notified. October 28, 2012 5:10 a.m. horses out in Dacoma, OHP advised there were 3 horses out 3-4 E of Dacoma, individual is going to see if they belong to him. 9:39 a.m. horses out about 3 E of Dacoma, 3 brown horses, same call as last night, advised possible owner, said he doesn’t think they are his but is gonna check them out, we’ll be able to tell better in daylight. 5:47 p.m. possible break-in 1 ¾ mile from Grant/Alfalfa Co line, respondent advised he hasn’t entered the house yet but there were footprints leading up to it, also advised that a neighbour had got broke in to last week, wants an officer to come check it out, deputy was enroute then had a blowout, advised another deputy, he was headed that way. 7:47 p.m. hit a coyote S of Cherokee on Hwy 64, there was damage to her car, need to file a report for her insurance, deputy advised that OHP should be called. 11:21 p.m. car all over road in Carmen, black dodge neon all over road, worried they will cause a wreck, deputy advised should notify OHP & Woods Co, both were advised of the issue. October 29, 2012 4:41 a.m. door left open in Cherokee, respondent thinks he might have left his door open, wanted to know if someone could go close the door, CPD was advised and went to check. 6:49 a.m. horse out 3 S of Jet, palomino, unable to find an owner, will ask deputy when he comes in, horse belongs to individual but phone has been disconnected, called another individual, negative contact, deputy advised they got the horse in.


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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 Latisha Marlene Fitzwater, 20, Kiowa, KS: Possession of controlled dangerous substance ($333). Amy Lynn Webb, 33, Hopeton: Uttering a forged instrument ($340.50). Vincent Derrick Lowden, 23, Arkansas City, KS: Driving while under the influence of intoxicating substances ($843.50). Misdemeanor Filings Christopher Allen Micah Jones, 20, no address listed: Contributing to the de-

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linquency of a minor ($304). Latisha Marlene Fitzwater, 20, Kiowa, KS: (1) Driving while under the influence of intoxicating substances; (2) Unlawful possession of paraphernalia ($977.50). John Andrew Williams Jr., 20, Minco: (1) Possession of drug paraphernalia; (2) Littering on roadway ($525.50). Soloman D. Carpenter, 45, Carmen: Disturbing the peace ($229). Small Claims Filings M. E. Services LLC and Eddie & Deana Miller vs. Amy Meister: Indebtedness for an amount more than $1,000 ($53). M. E. Services LLC and Eddie & Deana Miller vs. Edward Lee Meister III: Indebtedness for an amount of $5,000 ($158). Traffic Filings Dennis Duane Thomas, 67, Kingfisher: Overweight vehicle ($296.50). Dennis Duane Thomas, 67, Kingfisher: Operate vehicle on which all taxed due to state have not been paid ($211.50).

David A. Boren, 23, Leadwood, MO: Transporting open container of beer ($316). David A. Boren, 23, Leadwood, MO: Reckless driving ($443.40). Mathew Wayne Romans, 29, Perkins: Transporting open container of beer ($316). • The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Eric Scott Waite, 22, Winfield, KS: 15 over ($226.50); Scott Michael Pegg, 31, Alva: 16-20 over ($241.50); Jeffrey Todd Harris, 32, Rising Star, TX: 11-14 over ($226.50); Leonard Dwain Scott, 73, Clarinda, IA: 1-10 over ($188.50); James David Wilson, 27, Tulsa: 16-20 over ($241.50); Joseph Pete Rockholt, 47, Spur, TX: 31-35 over ($361.50). • The following individuals received a citation for failure to wear seat belt ($20 fine): Joshua Cole Irwin, 20, Carmen; Scott Michael Pegg, 31, Alva; Matthew Adam Bonewell, 31, Blackwell; Bobby Atlee Helmuth, 28, Buffalo.

Real Estate

the South Half of the Southeast Quarter, Section 27, Township 28 North, Range 12 WIM; quit claim deed. Mortgages • Bo Ferrell and Megan Ferrell to Farmers Exchange Bank (Cherokee, OK); all of Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 in Block 20 in the Original Town of Byron; $40,000. • Bret D. Aker and Schaunesse J. Aker to Community Bank (Alva, OK): a tract of land as described in the Southeast Quarter of Section 15, Township 28

North, Rage 10 WIM; $113,000. • Juan Ordonez and Crystal Ordonez to Cleo State Bank (Carmen, OK): a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of Section 11, Township 26 North, Range 11 WIM; $115,140. • Lynn D. Shepard, Sr. to ACB Bank (Cherokee, OK): the Southwest Quarter of Section 2, Township 23 North, Range 11, WIM: $119,563.10. • Connie Roberts and Mark Roberts to ACB Bank (Cherokee, OK): all of Lots 1-6 inclusive in Block 90 in

Park Addition to the City of Cherokee; $25,771.80. • Dennis R. Ferrell and Brenda Diane Ferrell to ACB Bank (Cherokee, OK): (1) a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 18, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM; (2) all of Lots 1-6 inclusive) in Block 1, Schubert Addition to the Town of Burlington; and (3) a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of Section 18, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM; $140,000. • Rita Anthony and Max L. Anthony to Farmer and Merchants National Bank (Fairview, OK): Lots 1-14 inclusive, in Block 6 in the First Addition to the Town of Aline; $54,000. • Margene Payne and Jeffery Payne to Gateway Mortgage Group, LLC (Tulsa, OK): (1) all of Lot 4 in Block 1, Titus Third Addition to Cherokee and (2) a portion of Lot 9 as described in Lot 1, Titus Third Addition to Cherokee; $108,600. — ended at page 625 in Book693, start again there.


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Barber County Sheriff’s Log 10-22-12 Dave Evans, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2012 Ford PU struck a deer on the Deerhead-Aetna Road near Aetna. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Sheriff Tomson. 10-23-12 Hazelton, Kiowa Rural, and Sharon Volunteer Fire Departments responded to a grass fire about 7 miles north of Hazelton. 10-24-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Sharon to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 10-24-12 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to Wichita. 10-24-12 Stacy Stout, Bolckow, Missouri, driving a 2008 Chev PU struck a deer on U281 about 1 1/2 miles south of U160. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Deputy Hall. 10-25-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Washington Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 10-26-12 Ethan Eck, Kingman, driving a 2004 Chev PU struck a deer on

U281 about 1/2 mile south of U160. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Sheriff Tomson. 10-27-12 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to Wichita. 10-28-12 Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded to a grass fire near the Barber County State Lake. 10-28-12 Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from 5th Street to Kiowa Hospital. 10-28-12 Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded to a log fire near the Barber County State Lake. 10-28-12 Earl Kuhn, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2002 Ford PU struck a deer on U281 about 7 miles north of Medicine Lodge. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Deputy Rugg. During the week officers received 3 reports of cattle out; 3 reports of horses

out; 2 reports of goats out; performed 20 Public Assists; and assisted 9 other agencies. Arrests: 10-23-12 William J Kaste, Kiowa, W/M, 51. Arrest by BASO. Charges: DUI 2. Speeding. Released 10-23-12 on $750 Cash Bond. 10-23-12 Jonathan R Singer, Pea Ridge, Arkansas, W/M, 34. Arrest by BASO. Charges: DUI 2. Refuse PBT. Released 10-23-12 on $750 Surety Bond. 10-23-12 Phillip M Delfelder, Wichita, W/M, 43. Arrest by BASO. Charge: Fail to Appear. Released 10-24-12 on $100 Cash Bond. 10-23-12 Melissa D Musgrove, Wichita, W/F, 25. Arrest by BASO. Charges: Harassment 2. Fail to Appear. Released 10-28-12 on $3,500 Surety Bond. 10-23-12 Kayle A Lawrence, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 51. Arrest by BASO. Charges: DUI 2. Refuse PBT. Released 10-23-12 on $750 Cash Bond.

Barber County Court Filings Criminal Filings Jeremy Allen Roberston, 1990, Kiowa: (1) Domestic battery; Knowing rude physical contact w/ family member; (2) Battery; Causing rude physical contact; (3) Disorderly conduct; Brawling or fighting. Gary Leon Herd Jr., 1992, Medicine Lodge: (1) 2 counts of Battery of LEO; Reckless with bodily harm (3) Interference with LEO; Obstruct or resist in misdemeanor case; (4) Disorderly conduct; Fighting words or noisy conduct to cause resentment; (5) Liquor; Purchase/ consumption alcoholic liquor/CMB by minor. Acadia Ann Wildes, 1989, Medicine Lodge: (1) Possession of certain stimulants; (2) Use/possess w/ intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body. William Dean Hickey, 1991, Sharon: 2 counts of Aggravated battery; Intentional physical contact with a deadly weapon. Civil Filings Western Credit Inc vs. Jack & Jennifer Lambert: Personal judgment for an amount more than $150,000. ITC Great Plains LLC vs. Aurora

Company LLC etal: Notice of appeal. Ted Alexander vs. Cheyenne Exploration Inc: Damages for Count 1 $1,136,500, for Count 2 in excess of $75,000. Medicine River Ranch & Oil LLC vs. Patrick W Klausmeyer etal: Money judgment for an amount more than $6,500. Limited Civil Filings Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital & Physicians Clinic vs. Nicole A Bland: Indebtedness for an amount more than $7,000. Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital & Physicians Clinic vs. April Harland: Indebtedness for an amount more than $750. Citibank NA vs. Kelly D Baker: Indebtedness for an amount more than $5,500. Cotton O’Neil Clinic vs. Kayle A Lawrence: Indebtedness for a total amount of more than $450. Capital One NA vs. Bobbie E Gallaugher: Indebtedness for an amount more than $5,000. Pratt Regional Medical Center dba South Central KS Bone & Joint vs. Keri

L Cline aka Keller & Ernest E Keller: Indebtedness for an amount more than $4,500. Kiowa District Hospital vs. Jamie Vickers: Indebtedness for an amount more than $4,000. Kiowa District Hospital vs. Lori L Sahadi: Indebtedness for an amount more than $3,500. Kiowa District Hospital vs. Tony & Suni Archuleta: Indebtedness for an amount more than $2,000. Small Claims Filings Simpsons vs. Timothy Lee Reynolds: Services & parts rendered for an amount more than $250. Simpsons vs. Jason Dean Courson: Parts rendered for an amount more than $850. Kiowa Welding LLC vs. Jason Dean Courson: Materials rendered for an amount more than $1,000. Domestic Relations Filings State of Kansas Ex Rel vs. Clifford Clayton Foster: Petition for support. Keri L Keller vs. Ernest E Keller: Protection from Abuse Order. See Court Page 62


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Barber County Real Estate Transactions — Beginning Book 136, Page 114 Real Estate Transfers • Jeffery D. Cox to Richard L. Wortman and Sherai L. Wortman: all of Lots 16, 17, and 18 except for a track of land in Lot 16, all in Block 5 in Regnier’s Amended Revised Second Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; warranty deed. • Barbara Jean Sneery and Ron Sneery to Melvin R. Conrade and Eula V. Conrade: Lots 7, 8, 9, and 10 in block 139 in the Town Company’s Addition to the City of Kiowa; quit claim deed. • Melvin L. Conrade and Eula V. Conrad to Jacob A. Davis and Candace Jo Davis: Lots 7, 8, 9, and 10 in block 139 in the Town Company’s Addition to the City of Kiowa; warranty deed. • Liberty Investment Properties, LLC to Mary Kay Busse: a tract of land as described in the Northeast Quarter of Section 1, Township 32 South, Range 12 West of the Princiapal Meridian.; warranty deed. • Richard L. Hendricks, Susan K. Hendricks, and Terry M. Ricke, CoTrustees of the Monica M. Hendricks Living Trust dated Sept. 30, 2005 to Richard L. Hendricks, Susan K. Hendricks, and Terry M. Ricke, CoTrustees of the Monica M. Hendricks Living Trust dated Sept. 30, 2005: all undivided interest in (1) the Northwest Quarter of Section 25, Township 32 South, Range 10 West and the Southwest Quarter of Section 25, Township 32 South, Range 10 West; quit claim deed.

• Jacob Anthony Davis and Candice Jo Davis to Andrew J. Stroh and Melissa J. Stroh: Lots 10, 11, and 12 in Block 138, in the Town Company’s Addition to the City of Kiowa; warranty deed. • Lori A. Schrock and Robert R. Schrock, Trustees of the Lori A. Schrock Trust No. 1, dated Jan. 1, 2002 to Sandridge Exploration and Production, LLC: a 6.71 acre tract to land in the Southeast Qaurter of Section 3, Township 35 South, Range 10 West; warranty deed. • Reba M. Taylor to Reba M. Taylor and Melanie J. Taylor: the North Half of Lot 43, and all of Lots 44, 45, and 46 and the South 20 feet of Lot 47 in McClearey’s third addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; warranty deed. • Fern A. (Swartz) Kircher and Kent L. Swartz, Co-Trustees of the Fern Swartz Living Trust dated Jan. 24, 1991, to Scott A. McCall and Vicki K. McCall: the Northeast Quarter of Section 1, Township 34 South, Range 11 West; warranty deed. • Gayla J. Newman, fka Gayla J. Miller to Steven K. Miller: (1) the West Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 25, Township 32 South, Range 12 West; (2) the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter; the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter; the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 25, Township 32 South, Range 12 West; and (3) the North Half, the East Half of the Southwest Quarter, Southeast Quarter of Section 14; Northeast Quarter and East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 23, except for a strip of land 40 feet wide along the West line of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 23, Township 34 South, Range 11 WIM; (4) the surface interest of the West Half of the Northeast Quarter, the Northwest Quarter, and the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 31, Township 34 South, Range 11 West; quit claim deed. • Dean W. Bloom, John C. Bloom, Elizabeth J. Buell, and Marie Hanson as Trustees of the Bloom Family Joint Revocable Trust dated July 19, 1999 to Todd J. Stone and Elisa A. Stone: (1) the South Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 32 South, Range 12 West; (2) the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section

25, Township 32 South, Range 12; (3) the East Half of the East Half of Section 22, Township 32 South, Range 12 West; (4) all of Section 33, Township 32 South, Range 12 West; all with exceptions as described; trustee’s deed. • Medicine Lodge Girl Scout Cabin, Inc. to Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, Inc.: all of grantor’s interest in all of Lots 10, 11, and 12, and the East 35 feet of Lot 13, in Block 1 in Cook, Standiford, and Company’s Third Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; quit claim deed. • John S. Coggins to B.L. Coggins and Delores Coggins: Lots 6 and 7 in Block 1 in the City of Kiowa; warranty deed. • John T. Hern and Julie A. Hern to John T. Hern and Julie A. Hern: Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 in Block 14 in Henton’s Addition to the City of Sharon; warranty deed. • Owen W. Still and Wanda J. Still to Jamie D. Edwards and Jeremy K. Edwards: Lots 2 and 4 and the West 10 feet of Lot 6 on Central Ave. East in Hartzell’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; warranty deed. — Start again on page 140, of Book 136. Mortgages — Beginning Book 206 Page 83 • Rodney Fischer & Billie Jo Fischer to The Peoples Bank: all of Lots 13, 14 & 15 in Kemp & Rule’s Addition to the City of Sharon, except the South 16 feet of said Lot 13: $188,600. • Kyle D. Hughbanks & Trina Hughbanks to ACB Bank: (1) all that part of the West Half of Section 10, Township 34 South, Range 10, WPM, lying North of the railroad and highway rights of way; (2) all that portion of the West Half of Section 10, Township 34 South, Range 10, WPM, lying South of the railroad and highway rights of way, and also excepting a tract described as: Beginning at the Southwest corner of said West Half of Section 10, thence North a distance of 592.68 feet, thence East a distance of 546.48 feet, thence South a distance of 592.68 feet, thence West a distance of 546.48 feet to the place of beginning: $201,838.81. • Garret M. Johnson & Holly Johnson to The Peoples Bank: Lots 3 & 4 in Block 109 in the Town Company’s Addition to the City of Kiowa: maximum obligation limit $80,000.


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The jeans are back!! Vault Denim will be at the Busy B ‘11 Ford F150 XLT Crew, 2wd, Sat., November 3rd! It’s just V6, Sync, 46K, $21,900. 58052 days until Christmas - take 445-5145 this opportunity to get your girl For Sale Designer Jeans she will love! Busy B - 524 Flynn. ‘99 Dutchman 31’ bumper pull w/large slide, great cond. 620Gloss Mountain Homes 482-3381 Custom, quality-built, ready to For Sale move homes. Come see us or check us out on our website‘02 Pontiac Gran Am. 122K google search:Gloss Mountain miles. $3000. 580-748-0986 lv Homes-click okmajordev.org. msg Located at 2004 Commerce, For Sale Fairview, OK. 580-227-3393. ‘03 Grand Prix. 121,065 miles. Pony Boy Lures & Guns AC blows cold, interior & 600 Mimosa, Alva, OK. 580exterior rough, brand new tires 327-1233, 580-430-5547. $2500 obo. 580-327-3266 or Archery work every Wednesday. hommerspec123@yahoo.com All types pistols, rifles, shotguns, revolvers, Madd XD sunglasses. For Sale Very low Price 2003 Oldsmobile Silhouette Alva Sewing Center - 96,000 miles, runs & drives perfect, power everything, is having a “Moonlight Madness” Onstar, Nice! Blue Book value sale on Friday, November 2 from $7436 - asking $6,000. 5-7pm. We have select models For Sale of sewing machines on sale for 1/2 price, quantities limited. 428 2000 Chevy Silverado Z71, 4x4, Flynn Street. Alva. 580-327-3312 161,000 miles. Blue Book value $7400 - asking $5600. Call or Pasture Tree Clearing text 580-732-0541. Save moisture and Grass. Let me Business Services clear trees in your pasture. Skid Steer and Marshall Tree Saw. Ed Glen’s Guns Shop Grover. 580-474-2465 or 580galleryofguns.com. Gold Dealer. 542-0298 580-430-5400. Aline

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Schedule your massage & foot detox today at The Heatwave! Couples/Friend detox $40 (a savings of $20) Come detox and relax together! Students receive Measure Twice, Cut One $15 off massages. Like us on We’ll draw up your custom Facebook. Massages by Vanna construction plans and build them 580-727-5209. too. WFM Total Construction, Linda Ferrell Your LLC. 580-327-7935. www. wfmtotalconstruction.com local Herbalife Independent Distributor. LindaFerrell@ CC Construction theonlinebusiness.com. www. Interior-Exterior improvements. m y g r e a t s h a p e t o d a y. c o m / Room additions. Plaster Repair linda_78 & Painting. Handicap Upgrades. Professional Upholstery Structural and non-structural concrete. Will also accommodate with all types of furniture. Over Farm & Ranch. Workers Comp 55 yrs experience. Goltry, OK. and Liability Insurance. 580-307- 580-496-2351 4598 or 620-825-4285. For Your Const Needs Alva Moose Lodge From A-Z, New Construction, Mom & Pops Nite Out. Friday Roofing, Additions, Remodeling, Nov 2, 6pm. Calf Fries, Chicken Siding, Windows, Int/Ext, Fried Chicken, sides & desserts. Painting, All Work Guaranteed. Karaoke 9pm-? Improve the value of your home. Call 580-732-1028 I’m Excited Paying Ca$h Cleo will be home Friday from California. It’s a good thing. I for all Coin, Token, & Currency am about out of clean clothes and Collections. Top prices paid for paper plates. I think I remember gold & silver. Coins-Jewelrywhat she looks like! Flatware. Call 580-233-0007 or come by CC Coins at 813 W. Need something to do? Maine, Enid, OK Kasie Mae’s Cafe in Cleo Depot Bar & Grill Springs (412 N. Park - 1 blk west of the bank) has a solution Wed Lunch Special-Hamburger for you! We’ve completed a new Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, section to our restaurant that is Cream Corn Bake, Cake. Thura smoking/bar side. We have a Beef & Noodle Casserole, new pool table, dart board, music Salad, French Bread, Chocolate box, and have also included 4 Chip Delight. Fri-Chicken Fry, big screens to watch football Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, and other sports! Come enjoy a Roll, Coconut Loaf. Full menu homemade meal while you have everyday. Carry-Out available. some fun! 580-327-2212.

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Beadles Nursing Home

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

Has positions open for CNA/ CMA, Housekeeping, and dishwasher/kitchen cleaner. Some weekends required. Benefits available. Includes Sack Sale!! Health, Dental, Vision & Life Going on Now @ the Busy B. Insurance & Vacation. Apply in 524 Flynn. Tues-Sat 10a-5pm. person - 916 Noble in Alva. EOE 580-732-0541. Help Wanted ADSAC/DUI Services Tractor & Farm Equipment New Hope offering 10 & 24 Mechanic full-time. Farm hour DUI Schools, 6 & 12 week Equipment Detail & light counseling group, counseling mechanic work position, Fullservices, Drug & Alcohol time or part-time. Competitive Assessments. 580-748-0692 or wages & benefits. Pickup 580-327-2356 application at Devery Implement. 327 Barnes, Alva Your Last Diet Help Wanted New weight loss clinic featuring Ideal Protein. 324 College, Alva. Team Counselor Position Call for consultation now. 580- avail. All applicants must 542-0823 have a Master’s Degree in a Mental Health Treatment Field. Employment Licensable in Okla. by one of the following license boards, LPC, Help Wanted LMFT or LCSW. We offer a full Depot Bar and Grill is looking range of benefits and competitive for Nightime Bartender. Apply in salary. Contact Stan Bowman person at 3 N College. 580-327at 1300 Summers Place, Ponca 7011 City, OK 74604 Mon-Fri 9amSat-Sun Work 4pm. 580-762-4156. EOE Need 2 men to help tear down Help Wanted a barn 1/2 way between Alva & BJCC now recruiting Cherokee. 580-748-1818 for:Correctional Security Officer R U The One? I/II/III-Beginning hourly salary $11.83 w/automatic progression Red’s Place needs an experienced after 6 mos to $12.42 and again Dinner/Fry Cook who is willing after 12 mos to $13.25. You must to listen to instruction. 580-327be 20 years of age. Construction 5649 Maintenance Tech III-$2224.95/ Help Wanted month. Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Level I/II-$2072Exp Cook Wanted at the Fat $2275. Interested contact Lisa Hen Cafe in Cherokee, OK. Ackerman at 580-327-8000 at Apply in person or call 580-596Bill Johnson Correctional Center, 2700 or 620-825-6271. Hiring Alva immediately. Competitive Wages

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Nicholas Services

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1572 Okla Blvd. Fri 4-7pm. Sat 8amnoon. Toddler clothes & bed, mini fridge, too much to list

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 Share Medical Center 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 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

Now Hiring Full-Time Plant Operators. Great Company. Full Benefits included. Email Resume to Alvajobs@iofina.com or call 303-638-0956 Garage Sales Ware Estate Sale 714 11th St. Fri & Sat 9am. Furniture, fridge, small appliances, pots & pans, dishes, complete set of Franciscan Ware, china, crystal, bell & angel collection, lots of home decor, & much 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 Garage Sale Sewing, quilting, knitting, craft supplies, 3 sewing machines, yarn, afghans, quilt tops, quilt pieces. Sat Nov 3 8:30am-2pm. Alley east of Baptist Church Lutheran Rummage Sale Lots of Winter Clothes. 212 Maple. Thur and Fri Noon-4 and Sat 10am-4pm 1704 Spruce St. Lots of baby items, clothes, women’s clothing, miscellaneous. Sat. 9-3.

Garage Sale Speakers, ‘79 GMC Pickup fender skirts, TV, microwave, 8 track tapes, quart jars, fishing poles, mirrors, large scenery pictures, ladies clothes 14-16, wooden doors. 418 Seiling. Sat 8am-12:30 Miscellaneous For Sale Brown Velour Queen Size sleeper couch. 2 sofa tables. 903-408-7540 How’s That Again Why would ghosts make the best politicians? They have no bones to pick. No bones about it. We have good prices on parts & metals at Scribner Salvage. 1208 Fair, Alva. 580-327-1313 For Sale Mid Century Fostoria Glassware. 580-327-0583

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

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Rufus D Murry vs. Susan Murry: Divorce. State of Kansas Ex Rel vs. Robert W Trussell: Petition to determine paternity. Marriage Filings Mark Allen Coley, 33, Medicine Lodge and Katlyn Renee West, 25, Medicine Lodge. Christopher John Day, 32, Kiowa and Jamie Darlene Vickers, 31, Kiowa. Traffic Filings Alba Maria Torres-Ayala, 31, Kiowa: Operating a motor vehicle w/out valid license ($100). Randall Paul Horn, 22, Medicine Lodge: Failure to wear seatbelt ($91). The following individuals were cited

for speeding: Donald D Banwart, 64, Ft. Scott: 78 in 65 ($161); Noel D Bell, 26, Medicine Lodge: 78 in 65 ($242); Austin L Dowdy, 23, Alva, OK: 86 in 65 ($212); Shelly R Glenn, 48, Valley Center: 76 in 65 ($149); Jeffrey E Jennings, 47, Attica: 80 in 65 ($173); Ernest E Keller, 38, Medicine Lodge: 80 in 65 ($173); Anthony J Luerman, 20, Hoisington: 84 in 65 ($197); Bradley J Murphy, 39, Searcy, AR: 75 in 65 ($143); Douglas I Shire, 58, Lamont, OK: 76 in 65 ($149); Alba Maria Torres-Ayala, 31, Kiowa: 76 in 65 ($149); Rogers L Tucker III, 25, Wichita: 73 in 65 ($143); Douglas L Ward, 50, Dolan Springs, AZ: 76 in

65 ($149); Ivan R Aguirre-Bravo, 23, Longview, TX: 75 in 65 ($143); Jared J E Cordes, 23, Pratt: 75 in 65 ($143); Anthony Demarco, 52, Wichita: 75 in 65 ($143); Timothy J Dixon, 27, Wichita: 75 in 65 ($143); Filiberto Duran-Mancha, 51, Garden City: 76 in 65 ($149); Samuel W Frail, 46, Wichita: 77 in 65 ($155); Lucio A Hernandez-Cervantes, 31, Denver, CO: 76 in 65 ($149); Justin D Moore, 28, Muldrow, OK: 78 in 65 ($161); Logan J Robertson, 18, Erick, OK: 80 in 65 ($173); Donna Sue Storeim, 59, Aurora, CO: 75 in 65 ($143); Jason M Thayer, 29, Kiowa: 76 in 65 ($149); Jose A Vargas, 36, Brownsville, TX: 79 in 65 ($167).

For Sale

Home For Sale

Normandy Apt for Rent

Used Refrig. 580-430-6052. Coming Soon Lots of good movies coming soon to the Rialto this November, “Skyfall 007,” “Twilight,” “Red Dawn” and “Rise of the Guardians” Following Spook Parade Bring your little ghosts & goblins to the Cherokee Strip Museum at 901 14th for a Trick-Or-Treat adventure from 4:30-6pm. Entry is free. For Rent RV Spots in Freedom. $300 a month. Bills paid. 580-621-3459. For Sale Like new Hearing Aides. 580-747-1936

A beautiful thorough and total renovation from the foundation up. Open concept w/ all new electrical, plumbing, insulation, etc. Two all new full bathrooms, new flooring throughout. New exterior siding w/new metal roof. 2bdrm 2bth in Carmen, OK $49,000. 580-430-8364 or 580-4308366 For Rent No Pets. 2bdrm 1bth, tub only. $600 + $600 Deposit. 580-327-2375 RV Space For Rent $350/Mo. 620-229-3593 Mobile Home For Rent 3bdrm 2bth, $1600/Mo. Appliances provided. Near Burlington, OK. Can be partially furnished. 620-229-3593

For Sale

For Sale

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

Newly remodeled 2bdr 1bth home in Cherokee, OK. Call 580-430-7272 for more info. $50,000

Real Estate RV’s For Rent Clean & Comfortable. All bills paid. 830220-3858 For Rent Rooms at Central Hotel in Buffalo, OK. $200/Week. WiFi & Free Laundry facility. 832-360-0779

New RV Park Opening 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

2 bdrm. 580-430-9260 or 405-659-4199 Custom Country Home on 7 acres. Built in 2008. For appointment call 806-344-6570 Special Gov’t Program! Own Land/Family Land Zero Down! Don’t prejudge your credit. E-Z qualify by phone. 2000 furniture package with purchase. Homes starting at $26,500 and up. W.A.C. 405-631-7600 or 405-6354338 For Rent 2bdrm 1 1/2 bth. No Smoking. No Pets. 816 4th. 580-541-1067 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. Spaces for Rent Mobile Home & RV Parking. Electric. sewer/trash/water incl. Quiet, Spacious, Trees & Grass. Call 580-748-0645 or 580596-2508 For Sale 520 E 5th. Cherokee. 3/4 bdrms. Over 2000 sqft plus garage with apt on 1 acre. $85,000. 580-748-1597


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