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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. 12:30 p.m. The Board will meet at the Woods County Senior Citizens Center, Alva. 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. Gary Booze will entertain at 12:30 p.m. 11 a.m. The 2011 Northwestern Prep Classic begins at NWOSU Percefull Fieldhouse in Alva. In the girls’ bracket: 11 a.m. Burlington vs. Drummond, 1:40 p.m. Cherokee vs. Waynoka, 4:20 p.m. South Barber vs. Aline-Cleo, 7 p.m. South Central vs. Freedom. In the boys’ bracket: 12:20 p.m. Cherokee vs. Drummond, 3 p.m. South Barber vs. Waynoka, 5:40 p.m. South Central vs. Aline-Cleo, 8:20 p.m. Burlington vs. Freedom. 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. 5:30 p.m. Alva Weight Watchers meet at College Hill Church of Christ. 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.

Rape, molestation charges filed against Enid man, 50 Girls, age 7, 9 at Great Salt Plains Lake By Jim Stout Charges of first degree rape and lewd molestation against Louis Buzz Bennett, 50, were filed Dec. 2 in Alfalfa County District Court following incidents involving two girls, ages 7 and 9, last July during a camping trip to Great Salt Plains State Park. Investigator Steve Tanio prepared the affidavit alleging the charges, based on information from Enid Police Detective Timothy Doyle and DHS social The Alva Review-Courier / Newsgram is published Wednesday by Martin Broadcasting Corp. 620 Choctaw St. Alva, Oklahoma 73717 Lynn L. Martin, President Telephone Numbers: Alva Review-Courier 580-327-2200 Newsgram 580-327-1510 FAX 580-327-2454 E-Mail: Entire Contents Copyright 2011 Members of: Associated Press National Newspaper Assn. Oklahoma Press Association

worker Kaycie Felix. Doyle told Tanio Bennett had admitted certain acts toward the girls that led to the charges. Information was not available at press time on preliminary hearing or trial dates. Five counts of similar charges were filed against Bennett in Garfield County last October 9. Those included lewd or indecent acts to a child under 16, rape first degree victim under age 14, lewd or indecent acts to child under 16, forcible sodomy, and performing lewd act in presence of minor. A preliminary hearing is set for Dec. 28 on the Garfield County charges.

The Helena Lions Club has named Miss Natalie Crain as the Timberlake HS student of the month for November. She is the daughter of Ron and Barbara Crain of Goltry, is captain of the academic team and participates in cross country and track.

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Money situation looks good for Alva schools By Lynn L. Martin The Alva school district revenue from gross production is down this month compared to what it has been, but still above last year at this time. In October, gross production revenue was $239,158.39, while in November the figure was $132,731.89. A year ago November the figure was $98,937.85. Income from state aid, state school land, and flex benefits is down. This year, the numbers respectively are $63,844, $9,114.62 and $47,197.83. Last year, the same funds yielded revenue of $85,243.00, $19,983.70, and $52,032.77. The school enrollment stands at: 136 at Longfellow, 136 at Lincoln, 186 student at the middle school and 233 students at the high school. Principal Steve Parkhurst said Alva High School is off to a good start in basketball having won all their games so far. The music department’s Christmas concert is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday. In answer to a board question from a previous meeting, Supt. Vicky Johnson reported the total money spent on enhancement programs such as Title I, etc., is $213,207 annually. That number does not include support material such as software programs. The filing period for board seat #2 ends on December 7, 2011, at 5 p.m. The district received a check $6,752.87 for a pig barn for the Vo-Ag department. Supt. Johnson said they are hoping to find other sources of funds so they can build a better facility for the students’ projects. Board Actions The board approved adding E-reader permissions and an acceptable use form

to the library policy. The board accepted a plan recommended by the superintendent to have the board policy manual customized by the Oklahoma State School Boards Association. The cost will be around $5000. Karen Mead’s request to resign as Alva Middle School cheerleader sponsor was approved. Tammy Duncan will take the position. The superintendent recommended that a teacher asked to attend Common Core meetings held after the regular school day to be paid $25 per meeting. Johnson estimated the number of meetings could vary from one per quarter to one per month. Board President Brian Gaddy suggested that the classroom teacher’s contract be modified by the teacher’s union to reflect this change. Parkhurst said negotiations could be reopened to discuss this in order to have the union blessing in this decision. Larry Parker suggested that this be implemented this year on a “gentleman’s handshake agreement,” then include the compensation when the union contract is negotiated next year. The board voted to pay 1/9 extra duty pay for the month of October to Cara Bradt for stepping up and handling the band work that month. Another agreement was approved with the Circuit Engineering District 8. The school district occasionally purchases road type signs from them. A letter of resignation was submitted by Karee Shirley as activity fund custodian and superintendent’s secretary. The board voted to approve the resignation effective December 31, 2011. Supt. Johnson expressed great regret at this

resignation. Becky Pingelton was employed as activity fund custodian and superintendent’s secretary. Other duties include alternate purchasing agent, insurance coordinator, and board minutes clerk. She has been serving in many of these roles for the Waynoka School District. Principal Parkhurst provided a report to the board that 39% of Oklahoma high school graduates need remediation in science, math or reading. Students from the Alva district come in at 30%.

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Debit/credit card fraud hits home By Lynn L. Martin I received a call from a Woods County friend telling me that someone had made false charges to his debit card and the caller wanted to know if I had any advice for him. Of course, he had already reported it to his bank. He wanted advice beyond that. I said, “Well, I know that credit card holders are protected by federal law to a maximum loss of $50.00. Quite frankly, I don’t know if debit cards enjoy the same protection.” He said the false charges in this instance totaled $1500.00 from fraudulent

use for online dating services. So I called the expert of experts, Brian Hofen at Central National Bank. He agreed to answer my questions. Brian said that each of the debit or credit card companies such as VISA, Mastercard or Discover may have a different limit but in most cases customers are responsible for up to $50 of the fraud. Brian explained that when a bank receives such a report from one of their card holders, the bank usually issues a temporary credit back to the customer for the amount of the fraud. Then they investigate to make sure the customer didn’t contribute to the fraud by writing their pin number on the card so thieves would have easy access if they physically obtained possession of the card or if the customer had simply handed over his/her

Head to Kiowa Sunday for Christmas fun By Yvonne Miller Do you have an old Christmas sweater you now think is ugly? Bring it to Kiowa to win a prize Sunday afternoon. The contest is just one of many fun events from pics with Santa, to a free movie and parade. Stores are open Sunday for your shopping convenience starting at 1 p.m. Little tykes need to bring their Christmas list to the Chief Theater from 1:30-2:30 p.m. They’ll find Santa there ready to put them on his knee and listen to their requests for fun items like dolls and toy soldiers. They’ll also get a picture with the Jolly Old Soul. Of course kiddos will enjoy a

sweet surprise before the free movie. At 4:30 p.m., bring your ugly Christmas sweater to the sidewalk in front of Shirts and More. There’s a contest for the ugliest sweater and winners get prizes. Watch for a concession stand downtown from about 5-6 p.m. The Pistol Packin’ Mamas are serving apple cider, hot chocolate and grilled hotdogs. All businesses and organizations are encouraged to enter a float in the 5:30 p.m., Christmas Parade down Main Street. Line-up for the parade is at 5 p.m., in the Plum Thickett parking lot on the east edge of town. Contact Shawna Schupbach or Nicole Kraft to enter.

card to another person. I was surprised when Brian told me that they (Central National Bank) are successful about 60-75% of the time in retrieving the stolen funds. Then I asked, “Do you have any other advice?” What he said was very good advice that I had never considered. “It is not a good idea to use debit cards online. This is because any fraudulent use takes money from your bank account . . . the very money you need to pay your bills and buy groceries. If you use a credit card online, at least the loss is from money you never had in the first place,” he said. Despite this column, I think many people are overly afraid of purchasing online. I only use credit cards and deal only with major vendors with whom I have confidence. PayPal is a very good interim method for online payment since they provide a money back guarantee.

Little Sahara bust brings six arrests By Jim Stout Six campers at Little Sahara State Park were arrested after a park ranger observed what he believed to be underage drinking. His follow-up resulted in discovery of marijuana activity as well. According to an affidavit filed Nov. 29 in Woods County District Court, Park Ranger Ryan Webster arrested and transported to Woods County Jail six Edmond residents for possession of marijuana inside a state park. The six are Joshua James Lay, 18; Kyle William Wesley Johnson, 20; Austin Ray Payne, 20, Nathan Hunter Rosecrans, Phillip Stewart Walford, 21, and Bridgette Jane Lee, 19. By press time Tuesday, criminal marijuana possession charges had been filed in District Court on Lay, Johnson and Payne. Additionally, Payne and Lee were charged with misdemeanor possession of low-point beer by person under 21, and Johnson with possession of paraphernalia. Walford was charged with furnishing beer to a person under 21. No charges were filed in court by press time on Rosecrans.

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By Stacy Sanborn Waynoka Board of Education called their meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m. Monday night amidst the onset of the area’s first snow. After roll call, Superintendent Peggy Constien began tackling the long list of agenda items. First up on the consent agenda was the discussion of various funds, all of which concern reports and items of a routine nature normally approved at board meetings- minutes, financial reports, encumbrances, etc. Each item was unanimously approved. Discussion and possible action to add and/or modify policies was next. Members decided to bypass the Leave Sharing Agreement (an agreement in which employees can opt to share their personal leave time with other employees) due to the cumbersome nature of paperwork and instead focus on current workplace drug and alcohol testing policies. Constien said right now bus drivers are the only ones subject to drug testing and subsequent random drug tests. She asked members if school maintenance workers (custodians) and mechanics should be subject to drug testing as well. Members decided to allow Constien to do more checking on the subject to see what policies were in place at other schools across the state. Right now teachers are not being drug tested either she said.

Constien moved on to discuss fund raising policies. She said a policy states children cannot go door to door to raise funds, and in a small community like Waynoka, such a policy is too restrictive. Members agreed. Item #7 on the agenda was discussion and possible action on a $100 professional development stipend. Constien emphasized the importance of school employees to continually develop professionally and said the stipend was for that purpose only – not a gift. Checks were cut to employees for this reason, totaling $4,563.94. The motion was unanimously passed. Constien moved along to the next item on the agenda – the transference of a 1st grade student. She said the student’s parents wanted their child to attend a virtual school, citing the transfer was not the result of anything the school did, but rather parental preference. She said passing the motion was just a formality and members passed unanimously. Constien moved on to other agenda items and told members the new OSSBA policy manuals should be completed and ready before school dismisses for the summer. She said an official 2012 OSSBA Legislative Liaison was needed, and board member Rick George designated himself. Principal Michael Meriwether was not present to give the Principal’s Report. In the Superintendent’s report, Constien told the group expenses “were down pretty good”, and a donation to the activity fund allowed them to buy new televi-

sions for the locker rooms. She said the donation was for the athletes and the new TV’s would allow them to review film. Constien also said that federal grant money has allowed them to order 20-something new tablets for a classroom. The tablets are the same kind NWOSU uses she said, and the purchase will allow them to possibly cut back on buying hardback books since they are EBook compatible. Item #10 on the agenda was the discussion and possible action on a feasibility study regarding Waynoka School properties. Constien said the gym may need an extensive fire alarm and sprinkler system installed, an expense estimated at $50,000-$60,000. She said besides the alarm and sprinkler system, they are looking at expensive plumbing costs – that new restrooms would need to be installed. Restroom stall requirements are 2:1 – there must be 2 stalls for females to every 1 for males. She suggested the feasibility study for the school’s older properties. The study would “size-up” the properties, checking on the heating and air units, plumbing, lighting, etc. She said the study would cost about $5,000-$6,000 and may be a lot cheaper in the long run if they find the older properties to be adequate enough to host activities. Members agreed, and said they wanted to see exactly what variables were included in the study before signing on the dotted line. In new business, Constien said the school was having many problems with school buses. “I think we’re going to have to buy a used bus,” she said, “The issues have been non-stop.” She said she has priced some used buses in the area, but didn’t know that much about the subject. Rick George told Constien he would help with the matter. Members discussed mileage, passenger capacity, diesel vs. gas, etc. Item #12 on the agenda was the discussion and possible action to convene in executive session to discuss resignations received to date and employment of a cafeteria cook. After the session, the board members voted unanimously to accept the resignation of Kerri Truesdale as cook.. The meeting adjourned at 8:32.

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2002 from Western Farmer’s Electric of Mooreland. After retirement he enjoyed nine wonderful years training hunting dogs and furthering his experiences in his lifetime hobbies, hunting and fishing, as well as making many friends wherever he went. He lived these years dedicated to acquiring and training dogs and enjoying personal hunting adventures. Most of the people he met through these experiences became lifetime friends. He is survived by siblings: brother, Pat and Patricia Babcock of Pueblo, Colorado; sister, Carol and David Wolgamott of Hardtner, Kansas. nieces and nephews: Shelley Colborn, Charla Turner, Mike and Jay Babcock, Becky McCarthy, and Durwin Wolgamott and other relatives and friends . Memorial services will be held at Billings Funeral Home, Woodward, Oklahoma on December 10, 2011 at 10 a.m. Internment was December 15, 2011, in Freedom Cemetery, Freedom, Oklahoma. Military rites will be held at the cemetery following the memorial service. Memorials to the Freedom Museum and the Youth Hunter Safety Programs through the Oklahoma Wildlife Federation. Remembrances may be shared online at www.billingsfuneralhomewoodward. com

ber 5, 2011 at her home, Sharon, Kansas. She was born on January 4, 1951 in Enid, Oklahoma, the daughter of Eldon and Emma (Fyffe) Rikli. She was a cook and bus driver at Drummond Public Schools, and was a Secretary and Para at Attica, Kansas, but most importantly a grandmother. She was a member of St. Boniface Catholic Church, Sharon, Kansas and Altar Society. On April 29, 1972 she married Randy Dick at Sharon. He survives. Other Survivors include her mother Emma Rikli, Drummond, two daughters, Dana Landwehr and husband Randie and Jana Scripsick and husband Mike all of Sharon, Kansas; one brother, Billy Clyde “B.C.” Rikli, Enid, two sisters, Mary Jo Fleer, Drummond, and Jane Kimball, Pueblo, Colorado; seven grandchildren, Little Randie Landwehr, Landon Landwehr, Zack Barker, Celie Landwehr, Emmie Landwehr, Cali Scripsick, and Cauy Scripsick; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father and a brother, Don Rikli. Vigil Service will be at 7 p.m., Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Sharon, Kansas. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m., Thursday, December 8, 2011 at the church with Father Firmin Kyaw officiating. Burial will be in St. Boniface Cemetery, Sharon, Kansas. Memorials may be made to Hospice Care of Kansas in care of Larrison Funeral Home 120 E. Lincoln, Medicine Lodge, KS 67104 Condolences may be left at

Obituaries LYLE BAKER BABCOCK Lyle Baker Babcock was born May 3, 1943, in Freedom, Oklahoma, to Glenn Baker Babcock and Mildred Elvira (Lile) Babcock. Soon after he was born, the family moved to a farm on Keno Creek, eighteen miles NW of Freedom. Lyle Baker lived there until he graduated from Freedom High School in 1961. He passed away at his home in Woodward, Oklahoma on November 16, 2011. He attended schools at Pleasant Valley Grade School, Lookout, Centerview Grade School, rural Freedom; and Freedom Public School Freedom. He furthered his education at Northwestern State University in Alva, Oklahoma, for one year and then completed the Electronics Technician Program at Okmulgee Technical School in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. His first employment in electronics was at Freedom Radio and Television Shop in Freedom . During this time he lived at home with his parents for a while and helped them with farm work after his Dad had his first heart attack. He also helped neighbors with farm and ranch work . The United States Military sent him the traditional greetings that young men all received for many years in American history. This was during the Vietnam War , and he reported for the required entry testing for the military. Due to his scores in electronics, he was contacted by the U S Coast Guard to spend his time with them in his chosen career. The next six years of service for the United States were both adventurous and valuable preparation for his lifetime career. He paid his dues to his country and came home prepared for a lifetime career. His working years included Automatic Power, a Division of Penwalt Corporation in Houston, Texas; Kay Electric and WR Grace of Woodward, and Western Farmers Electric of Mooreland. In 1990 Lyle obtained Bear, a Labrador Retriever. This experience proved to be a lifetime hobby and led him to a wonderful pastime after his retirement in

NORMAN ‘BUZZ’ BARTON Funeral services were held Friday, December 2, 2011 in Vian, Oklahoma, for Norman “Buzz” Barton Sr., who passed away November 29, 2011 at the age of 79. He was a well-known educator and superintendent. Survivors are his wife, Oleta, four children, six grandchildren, one brother, Johnny Barton and wife Margaret of Alva, niece, Cheryl Listen and husband Herb of the Woodlands, Texas, nephew, Paul Barton and wife Melinda and children Emily and Andrew of Alva, niece, Tamara Brown and husband Scott and children Megan and Colton of Alva. He was preceded in death by his parents Edward and Sophia Barton and one brother Paul Barton. MARGARET ANN DICK SHARON, KANSAS—Margaret Ann Dick, 60, died Monday, Decem-

DORIS HOUK Doris Lavina Patten Graves Houk, age 94, daughter of Robert A Patten and Amy E (Fifer) Patten was born October 31, 1917 on a farm west of Knowles, Oklahoma. The third of four daughters, she attended school at Knowles, until her family moved to a farm east of Gate 1932. She graduated from Gate High School in 1935, and matriculated to Northwestern State Teachers College in Alva, Oklahoma. Always an honors student, Doris was active in the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, was a member of the bugle core, See Obits Page 24

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Fresh Ground Beef Small Pkg

Family pack bone in sirloin pork chops



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O.M. Red Rind Meat




Oscar Mayer Quality Gourmet Dining Stir Fry Bologna or Cotto Salami Dinner, 28-32oz pkg Bacon, 1lb pkg 1lb pkg





3lb Bag




Wright’s Hickory, Maple, El Monterrey Burritos or Shurfine Little Pepper Stack Pack Bacon Chimichanga, 32oz pkg Cocktail Smokies 1.5lb pkg 14oz pkg

GROCERY Tendercrust white sandwich bread.................................89¢ Crisco 48oz oil............................................................$2.99 Pillsbury cake mixes......................................................99¢ Delicious Apples Jello 3oz pkg..................................................................79¢ or Navel Oranges Progresso can soup.....................................................$1.69 DAIRY Shurfine gallon white milk..........................................$3.00 Shurfine 24oz cottage cheese......................................$2.79 Kraft 8oz cream cheese box.........................................$2.00 Dole 59oz Orange Juice...............................................$2.50 FROZEN Blue Bunny 56oz ice cream.........................................$4.79 Palermo pizza.............................................................$4.99 Green Giant 10oz vegetables.......................................$1.50 Fisher Boy fish sticks 24oz..........................................$3.99 QUALITY, LOW PRICES AND FRIENDLY SERVICE, HOLIDAYS OR ANYDAY, THAT’S ALVA’S MARKET.


Small Avocados 2/69¢



Tomatoes PLU 4064 99¢/lb

Green Bell Peppers 2/69¢

8oz pkg Mushrooms $1.50/ea





Salisbury Steak

Alva’s Market - 7th and Flynn St. Alva, OK 73717 - (580) 327-2992

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OUTBACK RIDERS line up behind some of the toys they collected to be distributed to needy children in the area. Standing (from left) are Melissa and Greg Schwerdtfeger, Patsy Thomas, Julie Jacobson, Larry Thomas, Tom and Roberta Jamison, and Diane Phillips. Photo by Stacy Sanborn

Outback Riders ride in with gifts By Stacy Sanborn For the 5th year in a row, Outback Riders have been the unseen heroes for many kids across the area. On Friday, they delivered a mass of toys to Alva’s Department of Human Services for Woods County children. Toys have been dropped off in Cherokee

already and Fairview’s delivery is scheduled next. The toys were purchased from the proceeds of Outback’s Toy Run held in October in Aline as well as donations from businesses in Woods, Alfalfa, and Major counties. Outback Rider Patsy Thomas said many individuals, including the bikers, buy toys for the event and help make it all possible. Besides toys, club members have delivered several bicycles, diapers, gloves, and hats to each DHS office in the three counties.

Their good deeds don’t end there. Outback Riders are also participating in the Angel Tree project, purchasing gifts (for kids and seniors) across three counties. “We are also planning to help the food banks in the area with some of their needs,” Thomas said. “A big thank you goes out to all who gave a donation or a toy,” she said, “Also to the Outback Rider members for all their hard work to make this Christmas a little brighter for many children and families in our community this year. Bless you all.”

What is on your Brighton Wish List? Jewelry-Perfume Handbags-Accessories


212 West Randolph Carla Ruff, Owner Enid, OK 73701 PH: 580-237-1346


We have Jag, Lindi, 600 West, True Grit, August Silk & Foxcroft We would love to help you find what you are looking for!”

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Peanut Clusters, Peanut Brittle, Peanut Squares, Pecan Toffee, Pecan & Walnut Pralines

High quality steak knives (starting at $2.99!) & deer skinning knives. Meat & cheese trays starting at $12.95 ~Gift Certificates~

Sterling Silver Steak Bundles “Best You Can Buy!”

Whittet’s Country Store-The Meat Market 580-327-5679 • Alva

While Your Family Is Home For The Holidays, Book A Family Portrait With Jon Linder, Call 580-327-0311 ® 30% OFF Merle Norman COSMETICS & GIFTS CHRISTMAS 421 College • Alva, OK • 580-327-3227 ITEMS!! HRS: Mon-Fri 1-5pm & Sat 10am-4pm



A Cut Above Salon Paula McMurphy, Owner, Stylist - Donnetta Joachims, Stylist 204 Flynn • Alva, OK • 580-327-0744

“Christmas Will Be Here Soon!”

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BRIDAL REGISTRY Chrystal Benson & Tyler Detring

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orange w/ black top, 11K, Balance of factory warranty $29995 or $447/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% DN WAC

2008 Buick Enclave CXL 3.5 V6, Auto, All-power, 3rd Row Seating, Rear A/C, Silver, Leather, Stereo CD Player, P1196 $20995 or $338/mon 72 mos @ 5.9%, 10% down, WAC

2011 Malibu LT 2.5 Ltr, PW, PL, PS, 15K, Balance of Factory Warranty, P1206 $19995

2007 Buick Lucerne CXL Sand Beige, V6, 58K, Full Power & air, P1205 $17995 or $268/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% Dn WAC

2011 Chevy Traverse LT White, all wheel drive, 22K, 3rd row seats, rear air, all power, P1202 $28995 or $432/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% DN WAC

2011 Chevy Suburban XLT 1500 Silver Birch, Rear air, DVD Entertainment, Full power & Air, Balance of factory warranty $44995. or $524/mo 84 mos @ 5.9% w/ 20% DN WAC

2011 Chevy Impala LT 3.9 v6, auto, pw, pl, t&c, white, P1217 $19,995 or $298/mon 72 mos @ 5.9%, 10% down, WAC


•12 month 12,000 mile buimper to Bumper Warranty •5 Year 100,000 Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty* -*From inservice date. •117 Point Inspection •24Hr Roadside Assistance - Towing & Car Rental, While in Warranty •3 Day/150 Mile Exchange or Money Back

OPEN • Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sat 8 a.m. - 2 P.M. Hwy 64 So. Cherokee, OK 73728 • 1-800-475-8033 2007 Chevy Colorado LT Blue, ext cab, pw, pl, T&C, 3.7, 5 cyl, 28k, T26731 $15,995 or $252/mo 72 mos @ 5.9%, 10% Down, WAC

2010 Chevy 3500 4WD, Crew Cab, White, PW, PL, T&C, CD Player, 38K, Butler Bale Bed, P1215 $32995

2007 Chevy Silverado ¾ T 4WD Ext Cab, PW, PL, t&c, Cd player, white $19,995 or $321/mo 72 mos @ 7.9% w/ 10% DN WAC

2009 Chevy 2500 4WD White, 46K, T27101 $27995 or $417/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% DN WAC

2007 Pontiac Torrent V6, Auto, PW, PL, T&C, Stereo Gray, P1226-A $14995 or $261/mo 60 mos @ 5.9% w/10% DN WAC

2007 Chevy 1500 Ex Cab PW, PL, T&C, Stereo $9995 or 174/mo 60 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% DN WAC

2008 Buick Enclave CXL 4WD, Diamond White, Navagation System, Entertainment Center, Quad Leather Seats, Duel Sun Roof, P1221 $27995

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2006 Chevy Impala White, PW, PL, T&C $9995 or $174/mo 60 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% Down WAC

2003 Chevy Tahoe LS Black, PW/PL/PS T&C, P4341 $11995


2006 Pontiac G6 Hard Top Convertible V6, PW, PL, T&C, Stereo, U350-A $14995 or $261/mo 60 mos @ 5.9% w/10% Dn WAC

2006 Chevy Suburban 3rd row seat, Rear Air, PL, PW, T&C, T27091 $14995

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2003 GMC 3500 4WD balebed, black, P1207A $14,995

60mos, 5.9%, 10% down, WAC

(NOT ACTUAL PHOTO) 2006 Chevy Avalanche 5.3 V8, PW, PL, T&C, Stereo, Black, T2727 $9995 or $259/mo 60 mos @ 5.9% with 10% DN WAC

N I T S U J , T26161

2005 Chevy Equinox LT black, pw, pl, T & C, T266261 $9,995 or $259/mos 60 mos, 5.9%, 10% down, WAC

2004 Chevy Butler Arm Bed 6.0 80k, pewter $19995

2004 CHEVY ½ Ton LS ext cab, 4WD, chrome grill & wheels, white, T25932 $9,995 or $174/mo 60mos, 5.9%, 10% down, WAC

2007 Chevy 1500 LTZ 4WD, Crew Cab, 61K, Black, T-27261 $26995 or $399/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/10% DN WAC

2003 Pontiac Grand Prix PW, PL,m T&C, Stereo, P1212A $6995

JUST IN 2005 Chevy 2500 4WD White, Bale bed, T26621 $14995

2004 Chevy Red Hydrobed v8, 6.0 $14995

2008 SUZUKI HATCHBACK Sx4 blue AWD, pw, pl, T27152 $9995 or $259/mo 60 mos, 5.9%, 10% down, WAC

2005 GMC 2500 4WD EXT CAB white, P1193A $9,995 or $174/mo 60mos, 5.9%, 10% down, WAC


1-800-475-8033 • OPEN MON-FRI 8AM-6PM & SAT 8AM-2PM

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Thank You The family of Joan Baker would like to thank everyone for the many acts of kindness through your cards, prayers and food. Your expressions of sympathy through memorials & flowers were greatly appreciated. Richard Baker Kenneth & Paula Baker Keith & Jerri Baker Terry & Cindy Hurst Improve Your Mobility. Say Goodbye to Your Pain.

Jon R. Morgan, D.P.M. ~ Podiatric Surgeon Board Certified, American Board of Podiatric Surgery Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Sports Injuries Fracture Care Wound Care Ankle Pain

Heel Pain Bunions Flatfeet Arthroscopy

Dr. Morgan sees patients in Alva at Share Medical Center. Patients may self-refer.

To schedule an appointment, please call toll free at:

(800) 650-1002


Pratt Regional Medical Center

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Christmas Extravaganza Saturday, December 10th • 9:30-4:00 •Tyler Candles •Willow Tree Angels •Pantry Blend Mixes •Drake Fragrance Warmers •OU-OSU Gifts •Christmas Ornaments •Home Decor Items •Crosses •Western Decor •Pasta Mama’s

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Happy Holidays! Many Gift Items To Choose From...

• Ropes • Knives • Gloves • Items for Pets • Bulk & Bag ADM & Purina Horse Feeds • GIFT CERTIFICATES! • And Much More! Come on down and take a look!



Foote's Farm Supply 618 E. Flynn • Alva, OK • 580-327-1300

Shop Candy Bouquet For That Unique Gift! •Stocking Stuffers •Advent Calendars •Gift Baskets •Candy Bouquets •Fudge •Gift Certificates Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm & Sat 10am-2pm Credit Cards Accepted Delivery Available 580-327-0588® or contact 326 7th St, Alva, OK the Candy Bouquet franchise nearest you. Phil & Cindy Burrow, Owners

Ha ppy Holidays HOLDER DRUG Unique Gifts For Co-Workers, Classmates, Teachers and Friends

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Office & School Supplies •Desk Sets •Furniture •Teacher Supplies •Gift Certificates Available

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and a member of Kappa Delta Pi, the National Honor Society for Colleges and Universities. She became the Secretary to the Registrar and worked as an accountant throughout her college career and two years afterwards. Doris received her Bachelor’s of Science in Business with a minor in Mathematics in 1939. On November 23, 1940, Doris married Gerald Graves in Wichita, Kansas. They made their home in Hardtner, Kansas, where she taught Business at the high school and he farmed and ranched until he enlisted during World War II. Gerald was assigned to the Signal Corps and attached to the 5th Air Force. He was stationed at Camp Crowder, MO, Neosho, MO, Columbia, SC and Lake Wales and Lakeland, FL. Doris accompanied him and worked as a secretary or an accountant until he was deployed to the Pacific Theater in December of 1943. Doris returned to Gate and stayed with her parents, giving birth to a baby girl Julia May, in February 1944. Doris began teaching again in the fall, and Gerald returned in November of 1945, again taking up farming and ranching as well as running a Grade A dairy east of Gate. Another baby girl, Bonnie Geraldine, was born in 1946, and a son, Gary Allen, in 1953. Doris taught at Rosston, Gate and Laverne from 1958 for seventeen years, retiring in 1972. She taught her own son mathematics at the last class graduated from Gate High School. While raising her family and teaching full time, she was also awarded her Masters of Education in Mathematics from Northwestern in 1967; at the same commencement her daughter Julia received her Bachelor’s degree. She and Gerald were active in the Gate community, helping to start the Short Grass Sams Camping Club in Laverne and serving as the financial secretary of the Gate Friends Church for many years. She was a charter member of the Gate PTA, and the secretary of the Gate Neighborhood Association sponsored by the Daily Oklahoman. She was a 4-H sponsor for 25 years and received her 50 year membership pin from the Home Extension Club. She was a member of the Oklahoma Retired Teachers Association and received her 70 year alumni pin from Northwestern in 2009. Gerald and Doris enjoyed their retirement years, following their many grand-

children in their various endeavors, and traveling to south Texas each year in their motor home. Gerald died on March 29, 1989 after 49 years of marriage. Shortly afterwards, Doris ran into her high school sweetheart. Doris joined Robert Houk of Bolivar, Missouri in marriage in December 1989 and they divided their time between homes in Bolivar, Gate and McAlister, Texas. Bob was an avid golf player and Doris became a charter member of the Ladies Golf Association in Laverne, OK and of Bolivar, MO. In Bolivar, Doris joined the First Baptist Church of Bolivar and was born again by submersion. After eight happy years, Bob preceded her in death on July 23, 1997. In 1999 Doris moved into the Homestead Retirement Center in Alva, Oklahoma as one of the first residents. She attended the First United Methodist Church and was active in the United Methodist Women. She continued to play golf and was always involved in the lives of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren spread over Oklahoma and Arizona. She loved to boast that all of her children and nearly all of her grandchildren completed a college education. Several times a year she would travel to Arizona to visit; often, she took her golf clubs with her, even though she would be met at the plane with a wheelchair! She and her daughter Julia attended many concerts and theater at the college and in the community, as well as shopping trips to Oklahoma City. She was a member of the Woods County Retired Educators Association, the Red Hat Society, the Residents Council at the Homestead, and the Woods County Democrats Club. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sisters Mrs. Rose McCarty of Parsons, KS; Esther Collins of Eugene, OR; Frances Lochner of Beaver, OK, Thelma Graves of Seattle, WA. Doris is survived by her daughters Julia Bays and her husband Larry of Alva, OK; Bonnie Bower and her husband Jim of Enid, OK; son Gary Graves and his wife Jolena of Gate, OK; and stepson Richard Houk of Rock Hill, SC and by 10 grandchildren: Jeremy Bays and his wife Holly of Dacoma, OK; Jerrod Bays of Alameda, CA; Emily Nayar and husband Renish of Oklahoma City; Jennifer Sparks and her husband Steve of Pond

Creek, OK; Julie Dome and husband Chad of Lavern, OK; Matthew Graves and wife Lisa of Gate, OK; Jamie Platt and husband Scott of Scottsdale, AZ; Becky Vineyard and husband Matthew of Scottsdale, AZ; Colby Bower and his wife Heather of Scottsdale, AZ and Megan Gomez and her husband Pablo of Scottsdale, AZ. She also was very proud of 18 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be on Wednesday December 7 at 2pm at the Gate Friends Church, with interment to follow. The family suggests that memorials be made to their charity of choice. KINSLEY M. LAMBERT Kinsley Marie, daughter of Amanda (Groves) and Brandon Lambert was born in Oklahoma City on February 4, 2011. She passed away at OU Children’s Medical Center on the 3rd of December at the age of 9 months and 29 days. Kinsley is survived by her parents; a sister, Delaney; a brother Kaden; her grandparents Virginia and Frank Lambert, Patti Greenland and Russ Groves; several aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. Memorial Contributions may be made in her memory to the One Call Services, Parent Hotel. JAMES A. MALLONEE Graveside services will be on December 6, 2011 at 2 p.m. at Alva Municipal Cemetery with Reverend John Clapp, Bible Baptist Church, officiating. Military honors by Vance Air Force Base Silver Talon Honor Guard. Wharton Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be made at whartonfuneralchapel. com. James Arvin, son of Katherine Elizabeth (Phillips) and Arvin Mallonee was born on June 16, 1947 in Alva, Oklahoma. He passed away at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colorado on the 28th of November at the age of 64 years, 5 months and 16 days. He attended the Alva School System and graduated with the class of 1965. On July 2, 1965 he joined the United States Air Force and served in Vietnam. He See Obits Page 42

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CEDAR CANYON CHRISTMAS Friday, December 23, 2011

Bring in the holiday spirit with an old fashioned Hay Ride and Caroling at the Cedar Canyon Lodge. Festivities will begin at 5:30 pm and include:

Hay Ride while singing Christmas Carols Story Tellers, Music by Daren Miller & Magicians Mike Caywood & Jimmy Caywood All around the bonfire, as an old fashioned Christmas We will have a weenie roast and marshmallow roast at the bonfire! Hot Chocolate, egg nog, coffee or hot tea

Bring the kids out for an old fashioned country Christmas Something for everyone!! Adults $10 • Children under 8 - $5 CEDAR CANYON LODGE & STABLES CANTINA

For More Information 580-621-3258 • Freedom, Oklahoma

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-Crop Hail -Multi Peril Crop -Property & Casualty -Personal & Commercial

Come See Us For Your Ag Lending Needs

Providing all lines of insurance including:

Diane Ferrell Agent

(580) 884-8572

SEE US FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS DECORATING & GIFT NEEDS. Ornaments, Centerpieces, Fresh & Silk Arrangements.

Pretty Petals Flowers, Gifts & Gallery 580-327-3316 • 413 Barnes • Alva, OK 73717 “The Enchanted Florist”

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Josh Bellamy Agent

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327-0535 327-1900

Great fo rk grandkid ids, employe s, students es, , etc.

Also coupons for drinks, popcorn & everything else in store.

We Appreciate Your Business.

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Alva Review-Courier/Newsgram Gel Acrylic Fiberglass Silk Wrap Solar & Sculpture Nails Manicures, Spa Pedicures.


ATV GEAR Groceries-Fuel-Pop 627 Main St., Waynoka, OK

Nails By Michele

Michele Blackwill, Licensed Nail Technician 580-732-0273 LOCATED AT FRILLZ BOUTIQUE & SALON 1511 B. MISSOURI ST., WAYNOKA, OK 580-824-0722

B&B Roofing - Insured - Free Estimates Proudly Serving NW Oklahoma Since 1999 Waynoka, OK

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Kori Allison, Cosmetologist

Office (580) 824-0313

Boy Scout Troop 333 Hosted A Spaghetti Fundraiser at Little Sahara Pizza & Wings. Boys attending are as follows: bak row Nathan Connor, Kaden Ramos, Rustin Cook, Brayden Ross. Front row Gavin Connor, Jason Lee, Donald Blalock, Alex Hubbard


December 7th-Waynoka First State Bank's Customer Appreciation Day will be from 9am to 3pm on Dec. 7th. Cookies and punch for all

customers, and the Coloring Contest will be judged. First State Bank appreciates all their customers...don't miss the chance to let them show you! December 10th-Come to Waynoka's Santa Day and Lighted Christmas Parade! Community Chicken and Noodle Supper begins at 6pm and the cost is $5 per person. Lighted Parade begins at approximately 6:30pm. There will be a fireplace raffle, Christmas Carolers, Mr. & Miss Snowflake, Mr. and Miss Mistletoe will be named, and Mr. & Mrs. Clause will be there for the kids! The Fire Department will have Hot Apple Cider! All are welcome!!! Merry Christmas, hope to see you there! Contact us to enter your float! And for entries into Mr. & Miss Mistletoe and Snowflake! Call Miss Jamie at 580-824-1717 December 10th-Evening Frillz/ Holiday Open House - Dessert & Punch, great Christmas Deals & Gifts!

December 12th-at 7pm Waynoka Grade School Christmas Program December 15th-at 7pm 5th-12th Grade Waynoka Band Concert

ONLINE BANKING,, ATM, DEBIT CARDS, LOANS, CERTIFICATES of DEPOSIT, SAVINGS and CHECKING ACCOUNTS, SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX Rental TELEBANK (580-824-0678) 1522 Missouri, Waynoka, OK 73860 1-580-824-5451 First State Bank supports the RAILROADERS!!

If you have an event that you would like us to announce in the Waynoka Community Pages, contact Julie Bowen at your area Chamber of Commerce (405)833-7919 or Leisa Beavers at the Newsgram

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See Us For All Your Valspar Paint Needs!

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Twenty Four Hour Service

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HUTCH’S COUNTRY MARKET Homemade Jerky, Sausages, Beef Sticks, BBQ Sauce. 1573 Main St. Waynoka Ok 73860 Toll Free: 888-833-7868

CONSTRUCTION, INC. P.O. Box 217 • Waynoka, OK 73860 David Litzenberger, President

Bus. Ph: (580) 824-5441 or (580) 824-9351

Cell: (580) 334-8702 FAX: (580) 824-2641

Full Line of Groceries & Misc.

1224 Main • Waynoka, Okla 580-824-0962


Lageana Williams EMS of Waynoka sponsors the Angel Tree every year. Around 30 needy children will be helped this year. Some of those being helped include children from Northwest Treatment Center, others are from the local school. These children might not otherwise have a Christmas if not for the EMT's efforts. Also some seniors from the Waynoka Nursing Center who have no families are among the angels this year. Help a child or senior this Christmas! Come select your Angel from the Angel Tree located inside Mike's Variety Store. You might see Marilyn Toellner's smiling face around town.

H&R SERVICE CENTER, LLC Auto Repair, Oil, Lube & Filter Welding, Glass Replacement & More

114 Main - Waynoka, OK 580-824-0647

Joe Hommertzheim & D.J. Ricke, Owner & Operators Waynoka’s Better Than The BestService.

Taylor Walker, Paige Hood, and Chassidee Koen are ready to serve you whenever you stop in at Hammerheads.

Randy Stewart Shop: (580) 824-0327 • Cell: (940) 224-5466 910 Main, Waynoka, OK 72860 located on US HWY 281 email:

Kory Cameron is holding a beautiful Poinsettia available at Mike's Variety.

Where the customer always comes first! Let us help you enjoy your vacation.

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Dear Santa Make My Christmas! •Ladies & Girls Cruel Girl Jeans •Boys Wrangler Jeans & Shirts •Winter Coats for Men, Women & Kids •Christmas Cards •Ariat Boots •Nocona, Justin & Tony Lama Boots For The Whole Family

LAY-A-WAY AVAILABLE WAY OUT WEST WESTERN STORE 4800 W Garriott Rd. - Enid, OK 73703 • 580-233-5186 NEW HOLIDAY HOURS Mon-Sat 9-8 & Sun 1-6


Your House, Into A Home! Large Selection of Sofas, Loveseats & Recliners. Proud Dealer of Mattresses By

Coats Coats Large Selection Rustic Furniture

Come In & See The “New” Gel Mattress!

231 South 30th, Enid, OK • 580-237-0976

Dining Room Sets Starting At $125

Hours: Sun. 1-6pm

Mon-Sat 10am-8pm

Minimum Purchase Required

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SIMPSON’S 533 Main, Kiowa, KS • 620-825-4700

HRS: M-TH 7:30-5:30; F 7:30-5; Sunday 1-5pm; Closed Sat


Affordable Gift Ideas Unique Jewelry, Handbags, Scarves Belts, and Sweets for the Sweets




Old Fashioned Cured Hams & Bacon Smoked Turkeys Sterling Silver Steaks

PH: 800-262-5690• Fax 620-825-4846 128 South 6th • Kiowa, Kansas •


Happy s! Holiday



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Dovie’s Bar

527 Main • Kiowa, Ks • 620-825-4138 Dovie Elmenhorst, Owner

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Paramedics prepare to transfer Bob Beason, Jr. to St. Mary’s Hospital in Enid after a van he was repairing fell, pinning him between the vehicle and the pavement. Photo by Helen Barrett

Van falls, pinning Beason beneath

By Helen Barrett Alva Ambulance transported Bob Beason, Jr. to St. Mary’s Hospital in Enid for treatment of injuries suffered when the van he was working on slipped

from its supports, pinning him between the vehicle and the street. At approximately 2 p.m., neighbor Roy Barrett arrived home and heard someone calling his name. Trying to


415 4th Street • Alva, OK 73717 • (580) 327-1340

The City of Alva is currently accepting resumes for the position of City Manager. Aldermanic form of government. Resumes will be accepted until position is filled. Please send a letter of interest in the position along with resume to: City of Alva, Attn: Monty Pfleider, 415 4th Street, Alva, OK 73717 or e-mail ATTN: Monty Pfleider. EOE

locate the source of the voice, Barrett saw Beason beneath the vehicle. He quickly went to inform his parents. Bob Beason, Sr. and Barrett used a jack to raise the vehicle off Bobby until the Alva Ambulance crew arrived. The Alva Fire Department Rescue team assisted in extracting Beason from beneath the vehicle. He was immediately transported to the Enid Hospital. The extent of his injuries was unknown at press time.

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Chevy Runs Deep GMC: We Are Professional Grade!

2011 Chevy Traverse - $2,500 Rebate or 0% 2011 Chevy & GMC ½ Crew & Ext - $5,005 Rebate or 0% PLUS Farm Bureau & Business Choice!! 2011 Buick Lucerne - $4,000 Rebate or 0% 2011 GMC Acadia SLT - $2,500 Rebate or 0% 2011 GMC & Chevy 1 Ton Ext & Crew - $3,505 Rebate or 0% PLUS Farm Bureau & Business Choice 2011 Buick Regal - $3,000 Rebate or 0%

2012 CHEVY IMPALA LT - $4,000 Rebate (30 MPG) 2012 CHEVY MALIBU LT - $3,500 Rebate (33 MPG) 2012 CHEVY SONIC - 5dr 2LT - ALL NEW - 2.9% (35 MPG) 2012 CHEVY CRUZE - Turbo - 2.9% (38 MPG) BE SURE & CHECK OUT OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT!


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Holder Drug is ready for the holidays Holder Drug presents the senior citizen nutrition center menu. This is not served at Holder Drug, but rather one block west. Citizens age 60 and over are eligible to eat for only a small donation, typically $3.00. Please join us as the more people eating helps our funding.

Wednesday December 7

Homestyle Turkey, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Green Beans, Stuffing, Mock Pumpkin Squares

Thursday December 8

Bierox, Peas, Pickled Beets, Orange Glazed Cake

Friday December 9

Brunswick Stew, Pineapple & Cottage Cheese, Crackers, Cinnamon Roll

Monday December 12

Porcupine Meatballs, Yellow Squash, Parslied New Potatoes, Bread, Cinnamon Applesauce

Tuesday December 13

Chicken & Noodles, Winter Mix Vegetables, Sweet Potatoes, Pioneer Bar

Wednesday December 14

Turkey Pot Pie, Green Salad, Biscuit, Strawberry Shortcake

Thursday December 15

Goldwater Beans, Plums, Cornbread, Carrot Cake w/Cream Cheese Icing

Friday December 16

Krispy Fish Fillet, Coleslaw, French Fries, Cheese Biscuit, Red Gelatin

Monday December 19

Ham Salad, Black Eyed Peas, Au Gratin Potatoes, Bread, Pineapple Rings

Tuesday December 20

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Waynoka Waynoka Museum sets FCCLA 1:30 Sunday open house Dominates District By Daressa Poe Nine Waynoka FCCLA Chapter members brought home eight first places and one second place on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at the North-2 District FCCLA STAR Events in Woodward. There are many different types of STAR Events, but most students develop a project, compile it in a notebook and present it at competition. The chapter was represented by nine students who competed in different events at this entry level of competition. Hannah Darr competed in the Senior Career Investigation event where she received first place on her project on the

The Waynoka Air Rail Museum invites everyone to Open House on Sunday, December 11, from 1:30 till 3:30. The museum features Waynoka’s fascinating transportation history, with emphasis on the Santa Fe Railroad, Fred Harvey, and Transcontinental Air Transport, with professionally done exhibits. Refreshments will be served by

the Waynoka Historical Society The Gift Shop will also be open. The Waynoka museum is on the second floor of the beautifully restored 1910 Harvey House which is at the west end of Waynoka Street on the BNSF Transcon. The Harvey House and Waynoka Air Rail Museum are totally ADA compliant. There is no charge for admission.

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of Residential Heating and Air Conditioning Equipment. Todd - 580-525-1810 Brice - 580-525-1800 #OK119759

WAYNOKA MUSEUM displays include this mock-up of the interior of a caboose, and a mural of Waynoka Station as seen from the back door of the caboose. Jim Richey, Alva, is the mural artist.

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~Mineral Auction~ Thursday, December 15, 2011 ~ 10:00 a.m. Sale Location: Women’s Building at the Woods County Fairgrounds, SW edge of Alva, Oklahoma. Undivided Mineral Interest In: 1. Section 16, T27N, R19W, W/2 NW/4, NW/4 SW/4 (Woods County) 60 Acres. 2. Section 29, T28N, R15W, N/2 NE/4 (Woods County) .5468750 Acres. 3. Section 20, T28N, R15W, S/2 SE/4 (Woods County) .5468750 Acres.

*The map pictured designates the location of minerals in # 1. Terms: 10% down upon signing of contract to be held in escrow at Woods County Abstract, Alva, Oklahoma. Balance due upon closing. Conveyance of minerals will be by mineral deed without warranty, as is, where is. Possession: Buyer will be transferred possession of minerals upon closing. Note: Buyers of mineral acres should use due diligence to verify ownership and will have 20 days to do so prior to closing. Abstracts of minerals will NOT be provided. Conveyance will be by mineral deed without warranty, as is, where is. Auctioneers Note: All statements and information are believed to be reliable and correct, however, KT’s Auction and Real Estate, LLC., makes no warranties, expressed or implied. Announcements made the day of auction will take precedence over any previously printed material or any oral statement made.

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GRAND PRIZE: 7 Day Bear Hunt In The Mighty Peace Country Of Alberta, Canada For 2 People. (minimum Of 25 Paid Up Members Required). Only Cost To Winners Is License (not To Exceed $200) Export Permit Around $25 And Taxidermy. All-inclusive With Airfare, Ground Transportation, All Meals, Guiding & Lodging. Leave From Oklahoma City On May 19th, 2012 Arrive In Canada The Same Day. Hunt May 20th26th, Depart From Canada On May 27, 2012. Door Prizes, Bow & Gear, And Numerous Other Prizes

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Clark’s Fabric Shop Kiowa SALE PRICES DEC. 7-11th

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Christmas Prints - $2.00 Off per yard Christmas Fat Quarters - $2.25/ea or 6/$12.00 Printed Velveteen - Washable - ½ Price Polyester Fleece 60” wide - $2.00 Off per yard New from Quilting Treasures - Barnyard Babies, Autunm Woods & Stablemates Panel Prints & Companion Fabrics - $2.00 Off per yard Kansas & Oklahoma College Fleece Throws 48”x60” - Reg $19.98 & $22.98 - Sale $16.98 & $19.98 Sunday, December 11th Specials • 1:00 - 5:30 pm Christmas Prints - ½ Price • Christmas Fat Quarters - $1.25/ea One Table Dress Fabrics 60” Wide - ½ Price 45 & 60” CLOSEOUT SPECIALS - $1.00/yd Selection of P&B Quilt Prints - 50% OFF Decorator Fabrics - 54 & 60” Wide - ½ Price P.O. Box 313 • 605 Main•Kiowa, KS. 67070 • 620-825-4985 HOURS: Mon-Fri 9-5 & SAT. 9-12

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was Honorably Discharged on September 23, 1968. Following his discharge he worked as an auto mechanic in Alva. Jim was preceded in death by an infant son, Christopher, and his parents. He is survived by his four daughters and their husbands, Kitty and Michael Meyers of Twin Falls, Idaho, Ronni Jo and Chuck Malone of Guymon, Dolly Charlene and David Johnson of Hooker, Rachelle Mallonee of Oklahoma City, a son Jimmy James Mallonee of Alva; nine grandchildren; a sister, Sharon and her husband Bill Faucett; a brother Alan Joe Faucett both of Alva, four nieces; two aunts; other relatives and friends. WESLEY MAC NICKELSON Funeral services for Wesley Mac Nickelson, 88, son of Wesley and Ruby (Gould) Nickelson, will be 11 a.m. Thursday, December 8, 2011, at the Waynoka First Baptist Church with Rev. David Shaw officiating. Interment will be in the Waynoka Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Marshall Funeral Home of Waynoka, LLC. He served in the United States Army and was stationed in France for a time. Mac is survived by his wife, Peggy,


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two sons, four daughters; 12 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Remembrances may be shared with the family at ARCELIA SABEDRA Mass of Christian Burial for Arcelia Sabedra, 75, Waynoka, Oklahoma, daughter of Jose and Rafaela Ramirez, will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, at Our Mother of Mercy Church, Waynoka, with Father James Wickersham. Interment will be in the Waynoka Munciipal Cemetery under the direction of Marshall Funeral Home, Waynoka. Arcelia was born March 25, 1936, in Mexico, and passed away December 1, at Oklahoma City. Arcelia is survived by her husband, Pete; one son; three daughters; chosen son; three brothers; one sister; 18 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren. Full obituary at CARL CLEO SETTLE Carl Cleo (Freck) Settle was born to Jesse Franklin and Ida Pearl McCause Settle at Gracemont, Oklahoma on June 15, 1929. He was the 10th of 13 children and passed from this world on December 3, 2011 at the age of 82. Carl joined the United States Army at the age of 17 on December 12, 1946. He was assigned to the 22nd Constabulary Squadron Troop C. (also known as the Lightening Cowboys) He was hon-

orably discharged from active service on May 1, 1948 and was then placed on active reserve status on July 6, 1948. On September 21, 1950 he was reactivated and was sent to Korea with the 728th Military Police Battalion Company D. He was again discharged from active service on September 8, 1951 but remained on reserve status until May 1, 1952. On December 24, 1951 he literally married the girl next door whom he had known since the 6th grade. Her name was Carol Maxine White. Little did they know what awaited them in life. Carl was an avid hunter and fisherman. He spent many happy times deer hunting with family and friends Carl was preceded in death by his father, mother, twelve brothers and sisters and his beloved son Paul. Survivors include his wife Carol of the home, son Daniel Settle of Eufaula, son Larry and Debbie Settle of Kingfisher, son Troy and Tessa Settle of Windsor Colorado, daughter Becky and Jonny Guffy of Byron, daughter Betsy and Troy Hormel of Enid, and daughter-inlaw Debbie Settle of Mustang. Also surviving are thirteen grand-daughters, one grand-son, sixteen great-grand children and a host of other relatives and friends.

Alva Pizza Hut WingStreet is now seeking mature, responsible, & upbeat individuals to work in a fast paced & fun environment. Positions in which we are hiring for include: servers, customer service representatives, delivery drivers, & cooks. We are also looking for leaders to add to our management team! Benefits include: Employee discounts, Health Insurance, Paid Time Off*, 401K* & Flex Benefits*, advancement options, etc.! Please apply online at and select the Alva location!

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2nd Annual Alva Renegades American Legion Baseball COYOTE CALLING CONTEST

This is a benefit hunt for the Alva Renegades Baseball Teams 2 man teams - $200/team ($100 payback/$100 to American Legion)

RULES MEETING Fri., Dec. 9th - 7pm at Woods County Fairgrounds One Day Hunt, Check in at 8pm, Sat., Dec. 10th Door Prizes - Free Feed To Follow check in Big Cat Jackpot $10 - Big Dog Jackpot $10 Mangiest Dog Jackpot $10 For More Information: Richard Mieser 580-571-7149 or Bill Costello 580-748-1231 DRIVERS CRUDE OIL TANKER HAULING

DRIVE LOCALLY, FEW OVERNIGHTS, PAID LIKE LONGHAUL! Tired of OTR trucking? Want the benefits of local area driving with few overnights and more time with the family? Sunoco Logistics seeks drivers for crude oil tanker hauling in the Enid, Dover, Ringwood and Cherokee, OK Areas. Our drivers work four 10 to 12 hour shifts/week starting at 5AM or 5PM, hauling product safely from the field to pipeline injection sites and performing some minor vehicle maintenance. You must be 21 years of age or older, have a H.S. diploma/GED, current DOT medical card (or ability to qualify for same) CDL Class A with X endorsements and 2 years of clean tractor trailer driving experience or have graduated from an approved truck driving school. Compensation includes $.1703 - $.2056 cents/barrel and $.3845 cents per mile commission and a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental, life, 401(k), disability, flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, paid vacations and holidays. APPLY NOW!!!! Go on line to our Career Center at and apply to Job #5664. EOE M/F/D/V

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Happy Holidays From Shafer Auto Service

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Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log November 29, 2011 11:29 a.m. minor accident north of Cherokee, caller advised that a 18 wheeler just passed him and broke his mirror, he is following him into Cherokee, CPD advised no one is available but advised OHP, caller advised they are southbound from Cozy Curve going toward Fairview, OHP was advised. 12:23 p.m. report of a truck stuck in lake area, caller request a call to Mosers and advise them to bring a trac hoe, gave Mosers his cell number. 5:11 p.m. report of small fire 2 ½ west of sale barn, advised it is stumps burning, CFD will let it burn. 5:50 p.m. report of black cow out 2 ½ west of Helena on hwy, request advise Jet Cattle Co, they will go check. 6:24 p.m. report of calves out west of Aline about to county line, unit went out to check, did not find any cattle out. November 30, 2011 1:24 a.m. report of someone ringing doorbell and running at 700 block of S Kansas, caller advised a white car was driving around the block a lot, advised CPD and they said it was local unit driving in area, they were looking for an individual that had went into a house in that area. They believed he was drunk and couldn’t find his house. 7:00 a.m. report of cow out across the street from residence on Hwy 45, left

message with possible owner. 11:52 a.m. report of gas drive off from Alva. Truck drive off from Ampride for an amount of $249, headed eastbound on Hwy 64, unit was advised and waited at the 4 way stop, truck never came this way. 3:36 p.m. report of 25-30 head of cattle out on the west side of road ¼ south of 45/58 Jct, unit went 3 south, unable to locate any cattle out. 5:35 p.m. report of black cows out east of Helena at 58/45 Jct, called possible owner, will go check it out. 6:17 p.m. possible intoxicated driver ¼ east of Goltry headed eastbound, caller is following a white jeep, swerving all over roadway, advised OHP that vehicle had turned south on Broadway in Goltry, it was parked behind the bar in Goltry, advised could he get a check full registration info, he advised it was covered in mud. December 1, 2011 6:16 a.m. report of stop sign down at 3 mile corner, unit advised eastbound sign down from truck hitting it, advised ODOT. 5:18 p.m. report of gun stolen from 700 block of N Central, wanted to make a report on it, unit advised. 6:10 p.m. report of a truck hauling combine with no lights, backing up traffic at bridges, truck was 5 miles east of

4-way stop north of Cherokee headed east on Hwy 11, advised OHP. 9:14 p.m. call trying to locate individual to advise of an accident involving family member, OHP advised they did find individual. 11:36 p.m. report of a brush fire 1 mile west of Goltry and back north across the tracks, advised to see if it was a controlled burn, he advised no, advised Goltry FD, unit advised railroad ties on fire & they were lit by someone, brush rig on scene, Goltry advised they are going to let it burn for the night, if we needed anything call him on his cell, headed back to station. December 2, 2011 1:31 p.m. report of a reckless driver northbound toward Driftwood, white Chevy PU all over road and speeding, OHP was advised. December 3, 2011 11:46 a.m. report of reckless driver 3 east on Hwy 11, caller advised 4 trucks hauling combines forcing people off the road, advised OHP. 5:41 p.m. report of cattle out 5 miles south of McWillie, advised possible owner, he will go check. December 4, 2011 9:36 a.m. report of a wreck 2 north & 2 or 3 west of Carmen, unit heading See Sheriff Page 62

Alfalfa County Court Filings 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 Louis Buzz Bennett, 50, no address listed: (1) 1st Degree Rape; (2) Lewd Molestation. Misdemeanor Filings Billy John Kolt Beckett, 29, Waukomis: DUI.

Annie Jane Calwonsen, 31, Enid: Driving while License is Under Suspension. Robert Hank Parks, 42, no address listed: Outraging Public Decency. Divorce Filings Jessica Blair Jackson vs. Joshua James Davis: Child Support. Protective Order Filings Cheryl Lynn Jackson & Jessica Blair Jackson vs. Joshua James Davis. Cheryl Daughhetee-Elmore vs. Eddie Franklin Elmore. Wildlife Filings Jefferie Boyd Dewitt, 50, Tuttle: (1) Hunting with the aid of a motor driven conveyance ($446); (2) Possession of buck deer not taken legally ($946). Christopher Eric Muhlbaier, 21, Cherokee: Illegal disposal of deer ($296).

Traffic Filings Robert L. Rutherford, 61, Lake Charles, LA: (1) Operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license ($211.50); (2) Following too closely ($211.50). Victor Leon Smith, 56, Woodward: Overweight on group of 2 ($396.50). The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Russell J. Peel, 42, Sedan, KS: 1-10 over ($188.50); Connie Clinton Farris, 49, Nash: 1-10 over ($188.50); Terry Zayne Tharp Jr., 24, Stillwater: 11-14 over ($226.50); Jordan Victoria Weaver, 20, Woodward: 1-10 over ($188.50); Jonathan Wayne Bough, 26, Kiowa, KS: 15 over ($226.50); Santiago Ruiz, 41, Union City, TN: 16-20 over ($241.50); Benjamin Bortey, 32, Cincinnati, OH: 1-10 over ($188.50).

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Alfalfa County Real Estate Transactions Start on Book 669, page 790 Real Estate Transfers Scotty W. Grube to Chad Hester and/ or Janet Hester: a tract of land as described out of Lot 2, Block 3, Southgate Subdivision to the City of Cherokee; warranty deed. Reta Gail Lindley aka Gail Lindley, aka Rita Gail Lindley, individually and as a Trustee of the Gail Lindley Family Revocable Trust, dated April 21, 2011 to Rita Gail Lindley, Trustee of the Gail Lindley Revocable Trust, dated April 21, 2011: the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 29 North, Range 11 WIM and Lots 1 and 2 and the East Half of the Northwest Quarter, Section 19, Township 29 North, Range 10 WIM; corrective warranty deed (to correct information filed in Book 652, page 583, on April 21, 2011). Don Lynn McBroom and Diana Lynn McBroom to Don Lynn McBroom and Diana Lynn McBroom, Co-Trustees of the Don L. McBroom and Diana L. McBroom Trust, dated Oct. 19, 2011: the Northeast Quarter of Section 14, Township 26 North, Range 12 WIM, and the East Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 26 North, Range 12 WIM; quit claim deed. Mabel Roderick and Jackie D. Taylor to Jackie D. Taylor and Betty Taylor: Grantor’s undivided interest in and to the West Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 6, Township 27 North, Range 12 WIM; warranty deed. Matthew Yoder and Tamara Yoder to Barbara Wheeler-Hotchins: Lots 9 and 10 and the North 10 feet of Lot 11, in Block 30, in the Original Town of Cherokee; quit claim deed. Melissa Schwerdtfeger, fka Melissa O’Briant, and Greg Swerdtfeger to Melissa Schwerdtfeger and Greg Schwerdtfeger: a tract of land as described in the Southwest Quarter of Section 1, Township 26 North, Range 11 WIM; warranty deed. Travis Lynn Cox and Nita Charlene Cox to Travis Lynn Cox, Jr.: life estate interest in Lot 5, in Block 2, Montgomery Addition to the City of Cherokee; quit claim deed. Sondra Kay Gibson to Larry Bob Jones: the Southwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 29 North, Range 9, WIM; and the North Half of Section 16, Township 29 North, Range 9 WIM; quit claim deed.

Larry Bob Jones and Myrna L. Jones to Larry Bob Jones and Myrna L. Jones: the Southwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 29 North, Range 9, WIM; and the North Half of Section 16, Township 29 North, Range 9 WIM; warranty deed. Lois J. Wheeler aka Lois Jean Wheeler to Lois J. Wheeler, sole Trustee, or her successors in trust under the Lois J. Wheeler Living Trust dated Nov. 18, 2011: Surface interest only in the Northwest Quarter of Section 10, Township 26 North, Range 12, WIM: Quit Claim Deed. Dolly Marie Daniels spa Dolly M. Daniels spa Dolly Daniels to Dolly Marie Daniels & Christine Rae Schanbacher, Co-Trustees of the Dolly Marie Daniels Revocable Living Trust Agreement dated Nov. 23, 2011: (1) an undivided mineral interest in Section 21, Township 29 North, Range 11, WIM; (2) the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 1, Township 26 North, Range 11, WIM, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances of record; (3) Lot 7 in Block 1 of Powell & Musseler’s Addition to Cherokee; (4) Lot 6 in Block 1 of Powell & Musseler’s Addition to Cherokee, SUBJECT to easements and right-of-ways; (5) the Southwest Quarter of Section 36, Township 29 North, Range 9, WIM, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (6) the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 26 North, Range 11, WIM, containing 80 acres more or less, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (7) the North Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (8) the South Half of the Northwest Quarter, and the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, and the West Half of the Southwest Quarter, and the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, all in Section 16, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (9) the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 21, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (10) the surface to that part of the Southwest Quarter North of the A.T. & S.F. Railroad right-of-way, and that part of the South Half of the Northwest Quarter lying North of the A.T. & S.F. Railroad, all in Section 21, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, together with 3/8ths of the oil, gas and minerals there-

under; SUBJECT to a reservation of an undivided 3/16ths of the oil, gas and other minerals thereunder extending for the lifetime of Everette F. Coontz & Hazel Coontz, or the survivor as between them, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (11) the surface to the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and the surface to the Southeast Quarter of Section 21, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, together with ½ of the oil, gas and other minerals in and under the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and ½ of the oil, gas and other minerals in and under the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 21, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, SUBJECT to a reservation of an undivided 1/4th of the oil, gas and other minerals thereunder extending for the lifetime of Everette F. Coontz & Hazel Coontz, or the survivor as between them, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (12) all right-of-way in the Southeast Quarter of Section 21, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, and all of the right-ofway North of the middle of Railroad in the West Half of Section 21, Township 26 North, Range 10, WIM, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (13) an undivided 3/8ths interest in and to the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 14, Township 28 North, Range 11, WIM, SUBJECT to mineral conveyances on record; (14) Lot 104 in Block 2 of The Coves at Bird Island, a Subdivision in Delaware County, State of Oklahoma, according to the recorded plat thereof: Quit Claim Deed. Mortgages Ronald Jenlink & Suzanne Jenlink to Central National Bank & Trust Company of Enid: (1) Northeast Quarter of Section 12, Township 25 North, Range 10, WIM; (2) Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 26 North, Range 9, WIM: $1,000,000. Jacob Douglas Roberts & Melissa Ann Weichman Roberts to the United States of America acting through the Farm Service Agency for the United States Department of Agriculture: (1) East Half of the East Half of Section 34, Township 25 North, Range 14, WIM; (2) Lot 7 and the West 12.5 feet of Lot 8 in Block 12 of West Side Addition to Cherokee; (3) the West 45 feet of Lot 9 in Block 2 of Hardy’s Subdivision to the City of Alva: 3 notes totaling $154,500.

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Miller Portable Welder $600. Rodeo Tack Box $500. 500 Gallon Propane Tank $375. Aluminum Sleeper off Semi $100. 100 Gallon Fuel Tank $100. Truck Drivers Needed Antique Horse Drawn Equip, 1 plow and 1 planter $100/each. Parnon Gathering, Inc. is seeking 620-243-2783 truck drivers/gaugers in your area. Class “A” CDL with Garage Sales HazMat, Tanker Endorsement Living Estate Sale and clean driving record required. Excellent pay and great benefit 1407 Kay Ave. Cherokee,OK. plan. Fax Resumes to 620-672- Dec 9th-10th. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Furniture, appliances, 5280 or call 620-672-3990 cookbooks, glassware, tools, Queria Ninera Bilingue Christmas decor, Red Hat tree, cat Necesita dos o tres dias por collection, and a lot of misc. Sale semana a cinco meses de edad. conducted by Jan’s Collectibles. Puede incluir limpieza. 405-830- 580-829-3062. 4580 House/Yard Sale Help Wanted Continues Wed-Sun. New Salt Fork Adventure Program in items added every day. Electric Nash, OK, is hiring PT Floor Staff Wheelchair, Bunk Beds, Misc to supervise juvenile boys. State Furn, Yard items, Christmas background check required. Call items, glassware, most must go. 580-839-2320 for application 9am-? 516 Meno

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Barber County Sheriff’s Log 11-28-11 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Hibbard Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 11-29-11 Union Chapel and Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Departments responded to a grass fire north of Union Chapel. 11-30-11 Tom Summers, Hardtner, driving a 2008 Chev PU struck a deer near Rattlesnake Trail and K2. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Deputy English. 12-01-11 Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from Rumsey Street to Kiowa Hospital.

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12-01-11 Deputy Rugg investigated a theft of a pickup and trailer north of Sharon. 12-01-11 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to Wichita. 12-03-11 Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from 5th Street to Kiowa Hospital. 12-03-11 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to Wichita. 12-04-11 Zachary Larkin, Medicine Lodge, driving a 1999 Chev PU left the River Road and overturned near Hedge

Road. Over $1,000 damage, driver and passenger, Kellie Stroud, Attica, taken to Medicine Lodge Hospital via POV with unknown injuries, accident worked by Sheriff Tomson. During the week officers received 4 reports of cattle out; one report of horses out; two reports of goats out; performed 17 Public Assists; and assisted two other agencies. Arrests: 11-30-11 Tyler R Johnson, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 18. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: Possess Drug Paraphernalia. Released 11-30-11 on $1,500 Surety Bond.


career of an elementary teacher. Rachel Kincade competed in the Junior Career Investigation event where she received first place on her project on the career of an executive chef. The Creed Speaking and Interpretation contest is a popular contest where first year FCCLA members recite the FCCLA creed and then answer questions regarding it. Bringing home blue ribbons

were Weston Hill in the 11th-12th grade category and Colton Budy in the 6th-8th grade category. Taking first place, Layne Meriwether competed in the Job Interview category where he applied for the position of Reproduction Assistant. Three Waynoka students competed in the New Member Facts event. This event is also for first year FCCLA mem-

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to car wreck, advised to send ambulance to location, it was to be by 1 of the 3 gas plants, advised it was a man in car sleeping a drunk off, advised all units. 4:43 p.m. report of cattle out 5 miles south of McWillie on blacktop, 5 head on roadway eating hay & others on oil site, advised possible owner. 6:54 p.m. report of reckless driver west on 64 from Cherokee, advised OHP & Woods Co that it is possibly silver 4-door Taurus.

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