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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. 6:30 p.m. Fun Night with a covered dish dinner will be held at the Woods County Senior Citizens Center, Alva. 6:30 p.m. Alva High School will play basketball at Tonkawa. The JV games begin at 4 p.m. 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 p.m. NWOSU Lady Rangers will host Oklahoma City University for basketball at Percefull Fieldhouse. The Ranger men will play Oklahoma City at 4 p.m. This is Hall of Fame day. 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.

Voters must present ID to cast ballot On July 1, 2011, the “voter ID” law, enacted in 2010 by the overwhelming passage of State Question 746, went into effect. The law requires all voters to produce a government-issued form of identification to prove their identity before they are allowed to vote. A document used for proof of identity must include your name, which must match your name on your voter registration record, a photograph of you, and an expiration date that is later than election day. “Your name on your proof of identity must match your name in the Precinct Registry,” Kelly Stein, Alfalfa County Election Board Secretary said. Voters whose full legal name is on both their proof of identity and on their

voter registration record should have no problem at the polls. However, voters whose names have changed due to marriage or divorce and voters who may have registered to vote under a nickname or a variation of their full legal name may encounter difficulties. “Voters who don’t have proof of identity, or whose name on the voter registration record does not match the name on their proof of identity, will have to vote by provisional ballot,” Stein said. Stein said, “I want to encourage all registered voters in Alfalfa County to verify that they have registered to vote using the same name that appears on their driver license or other primary form of identification. In order to make the identification verification process easier, have your voter identification card with you at the polls. Our precinct officials will accept that as your identification and the name will

match in the precinct registry as well.” In order to verify voter registration information, voters may contact the Alfalfa County Election Board at 580-596-2718, or they may visit the State Election Board Polling Place Locator website (http:// www.ok.gov/elections/ppl/index.php) and enter the information requested. The voter’s name will display as it appears in the voter registration database. A voter who wants to change his or her name on their voter registration record must fill out and mail a new Oklahoma Voter Registration Application form. The form is available online at www.elections.ok.gov, at all tag agencies, and at most libraries and post offices in Oklahoma. Voter registration applications may be submitted at any time, but must be received at least 24 days before an election for the change to be in effect for the election.


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Alva Hoop Shoot Hankey-Callison wed winners advance to District on Saturday The winners of the Alva Elk’s Lodge Hoop Shoot event held here Jan. 7 will be in Kingfisher this Saturday (Jan. 28) to compete in the Elk’s District competition which will be held at the high school in Kingfisher. The district event will begin at 9 a.m. Organizers for the Alva event were Eric Brewer, chairman, and his wife Vanessa Pettit-Brewer. “We wish the winners good luck this Saturday as they enter a second round of competition,” they said. A complete list of winners and pictures of the Hoop Shoot in Alva will be in Friday’s edition of the Alva ReviewCourier.

Lindsey Hankey became the bride of Kyle Callison in a double ring ceremony held on Saturday, September 10, 2011, at 11:30 a.m. Minster Ray Hull of Waynoka read the couple’s vows at the Riverside Church of Christ, Burlington. The bride is the daughter of Rick and Beverly Hankey of Amorita and the groom is the son of Denny and Lynette Callison of Kiowa, Kansas. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor length gown of bridal silk with a flounce on the skirt which extended to a chapel length train with a beautiful center pleat enhanced by numerous antique seed pearls. The bodice of the gown and the elbow length veil were also accented with antique seed pearls. Attending the bride were Mrs. Sarah Bellamy, Mrs. Caitlyn Murphy and Melissa Bryant. Her attendants wore black dresses of their choice accented with yellow and persimmon sashes. Erica Coday, flower girl and cousin of the bride, wore a white floor length gown designed to match the bride’s dress. Trevor Hankey, ring bearer and cousin of the bride, wore a black suit and carried a yellow bridal silk pillow. Serving the groom as best man was his brother, Kurt Callison. Groomsmen were Seth Hankey, brother of the bride, and Chris Bingham. The groom was attired in a black tuxedo with a white shirt and black tie. The groomsmen were attired in black tuxedos with persimmon and yellow shirt and vest accents. Seating the guests were Benjamin Hudgens, Jared Utley and Evan Parscale, cousin of the bride. Wheat arrangements accented with yellow and persimmon adorned the wedding ceremony and the reception

area. A meal was served immediately after the ceremony at the Burlington Elementary gym, where the reception was held. After finishing bridal party photographs, the bride and groom rode to the reception in an electric car. Golf carts were also used to transport the wedding party and numerous guests to the reception. Helping serve the 3-tiered wedding cake and 2-tied groom’s cake were Jordan Parscale, cousin of the bride and other friends of the bride. After a wedding trip to Florida, the couple are residing in Byron. The bride is working on her family’s farm and the groom is working for the Burlington Coop and is completing his education on-line.

Kyle & Lindsey Callison


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More discussion than actual business in short FISD meeting By Roger McKenzie Monday night’s meeting of the Freedom Board of Education was short. The only action taken was the approval of the consent agenda, containing minutes of the board’s December meeting, activity fund expenditures, and encumbrances for the General Fund, and approval of the district’s service agreement with ADPC for the 2012-13 school year. Ponca City’s ADPC is a data processing software company which provides Freedom and other school districts in Oklahoma with school and state education-appropriate accounting software. The board approved a contract which Superintendent Richard Gleave described as being the same as the expiring contract. It will cost the district $3,540. He called it “a very necessary part of our school.” The rest of the meeting consisted primarily of the Superintendent’s Report and discussion of survey results about the district’s four day school week and about using the school lot as a revenue source. Superintendent’s report Supt. Gleave noted that the area and state meetings he has attended recently have been focused on The Common Core State Standards, the Teacher/Leader Evaluation, on-line (virtual) courses for on-site students, and, of course, state education funding. Common Core State Standards is the newest education curriculum mandate. It is replacing PASS (Priority Academic

Student Skills) and its ACE (Achieving Classroom Excellence) tests with PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) testing. No PARCC tests have yet been developed, but Gleave said CCSS will be “fully” implemented by the end of 2013-14. When the new curriculum is in place, Gleave noted that “there will be a price to pay” for schools found to be underperforming—up to and including take over by the Oklahoma Department of Education. Part of the new curriculum being developed is a teacher evaluation tool. Gleave said the district is looking at a comparison of TLE vendors as well as vendors for one of the new state mandates—on-line courses for on-site students. The new courses will give school districts, especially smaller ones, the ability to expand the educational offerings students can take advantage of. The superintendent called it a “blended curriculum.” State revenue collections are up nearly 10 percent above original estimates, with most of the increase due to income tax collections and gross production revenues (primarily from oil). He did not talk about district finances at Monday’s meeting, but after adjournment, Supt. Gleave said the district is in good shape financially. The State Department of Education and some members of the state legislature are seeking a moratorium on un-

funded mandates, Gleave reported, as well as legislation that would grant public schools some of the exemptions charter schools receive. He also reported the good news that the legislature has agreed to fully fund the flex benefit for teachers. “They are also going to fund the National Board Certified Teacher Stipends,” he said. The district’s flex benefits audit has been completed with no problems. Gleave said the district is now busy preparing for its accreditation report. Four-day week survey Supt. Gleave said he will send out a second survey asking for input from district families on the school’s four-day week. An initial survey resulted in just 17 responses. Sixteen of them were positive about the shortened school week. Only one favored a return to five days. The 17 responses were less than expected, so Gleave will send out another survey. He did note that some responders and teachers were in agreement that the district look into changing number of classes in a day from the current eight to seven to provide for more class instruction time in the afternoons. Gleave said the Spring DIBELS test and the End of Instruction tests might serve as indicators as to whether or not students need more instruction time (per class). School lot A brief discussion was initiated by the superintendent about possibly renting out the school lot. He said he’s received numerous phone calls about allowing it to be used to house oil and gas company workers in the area. The board seemed to favor renting the land and letting whoever rents it put one or two mobile homes on it. Supt. Gleave said after hearing the board’s feelings that he would explore this possible source of revenue more thoroughly.


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County to knock down old South Barber barn at AC Fairgrounds Junior High 2nd Nine Weeks Honor Roll

By Roger McKenzie A light agenda made for a short meeting of the Alfalfa County commissioners on Monday. Only a few of nonroutine items made the agenda. Bids for the demolition of the old show barn at the Alfalfa County Fairgrounds were rejected at the request of the Fair Board, which asked the county to use its equipment to tear the building down. The commissioners will be able to authorize the work without further official action. The lowest bid on the work was about $15,000. Circuit Engineering District 8 representative Donnie Head made another appearance before the commissioners. He presented Emergency Transportation Revolving (ETR) Fund applications and contracts to finance the replacement of six county bridges. The four District 2 bridges and two District 3 bridges will cost about $50,000

each. Force account funds received by the county will be used to pay for the bridges so that nothing will have to be financed. The work on the bridges was estimated to begin sometime in May or June. Some items were inadvertently left off the Six-Month Bid process, so the commissioners authorized the county clerk to advertise for six -month bids for pipe pilings, back wall sheeting, decking, and rebar. Twelve road crossing permits were approved. Six in District 1, five in District 2, and one in District 3 will inject $13,750 in fees to the county’s accounts. In routine business, the commissioners approved the minutes of their previous meeting, blanket purchase orders, maintenance and operations warrants, and a private property easement agreement in District 2.

Superintendent’s Honor Roll 4.0 GPA Eighth Grade: Santana Reeves. Seventh Grade: Emily Rugg. Principal’s Honor Roll 3.60 – 3.99 GPA Eighth: Nicole Blick, Caitlin Jacobs, Lisa Krahn, Kori Leech, Anastasia Wilhelm. Seventh: Grant Cantrell, Brian Farney, Dale Hoch, Spencer Kimmell, Anna Perez, Bailey Roberts, Abram Unger. Honorable Mention Honor Roll 3.33 – 3.59 GPA Eighth: Clay Holcomb, Tyler Martin. Seventh: Nicholas Fulcher.


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Mary Margaret Miller, Chairman of the Board Trent Goss, President & CEO Lisa Nation, Vice President Brad L. Zollinger, Assistant Vice President Virginia Lambert, Cashier

H

Evelyn Brizzolara, Director Dennis L. Haltom, Director Michael E. Fouts, Director Brian G. Hofen, Director

opeton

STATE BANK

CONDENSED STATEMENT AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2011 RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans & Discounts (Including Overdrafts)............................. $5,683,204.05 Bank Building................................................ 241,217.09 Furniture & Fixtures......................................... 65,241.35 Other Assets....................................................480,757.01

RESERVE U.S. Treasury Securities & U.S. Gov’t Agencies.........$250,000.00 Municipal & Other Securities...........17,252,044.99 Federal Funds Sold............. Cash & Due from Banks.......................447,583.47

Surplus......................... 900,000.00 $1,000,000.00 Undivided Profits & Reserves............................4,519,363.11 DEPOSITS............................18,900,684.85

17,949,628.46

TOTAL........................................$24,420,047.96 $2,000,000.00 Fidelity Bond Protection MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FDIC INSURANCE $250,000.00 DRIVE-IN AND FAX SERVICE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $1,000,000.00 NIGHT DEPOSITORY SERVICE ELECTRONIC BANKING BY PHONE INTERNET BANKING: www.hopetonbank.com ESTABLISHED 1919

Capital Stock................$100,000.00

TOTAL................................$24,420,047.96

The Above Statement is Correct Trent Goss President and CEO


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Burlington Superintendent Elliott Rehired, NWT discussion, oil production helps finances By Yvonne Miller Superintendent Glen Elliott was reemployed for the 2012-13 school year by the Burlington Board of Education at their January meeting last Wednesday afternoon. The board’s decision came following a 20 minute executive session. That executive session was also held to discuss certified and non-certified employees with no vote to be taken afterwards. All members attended the meeting including: Terry Graham, James Maltbie, Beth Guffy, Roger Allen and Allison Armbruster. Board member-elect Aaron Smith attended the meeting and will take his seat at the board table in February. He’ll replace Maltbie who did not seek reelection. Superintendent Elliott, Assistant Principal Aaron Randall and minutes clerk Jan Hill also attended. Each board member received certificates of appreciation for their years of service: Graham, 16; Maltbie, 15; Allen, 7; Guffy, 7; and Armbruster, 3. Northwest Technology Center Membership? A big consideration for the board is whether or not to consider joining the Northwest Technology District. NWT reps Gerald Harris and Daren Slater attended the meeting to discuss membership with the board. Slater explained that tuition is basically doubled for out-of-district students. For example, an out-of-district high school daytime career student would pay $12,401. That’s for a 1050 hour program.

In contrast, an in-district high school student attends the same classes for free. Tuition for in-district adult students is $1.50 per hour and $3/hour for out-ofdistrict students. Anyone 65 or older has free tuition. Tuition is mandated by the State Career Tech, Slater said. He added that NWT spends approximately $6,200 per career student. Elliott said the approximate cost to join the NWT District would be $220,000 annually for Burlington’s School District. This equates to 13 mills which would be paid by property owners. The superintendent said Burlington School has very few students take classes at NWT – most likely due to the cost of tuition for out-of-district students. Whether or not to join would be a decision of Burlington School District voters. Elliott said the board will decide this spring whether or not to put the issue up to a vote of district patrons. Finances Reporting on mid-year school finances, Elliott said expenses are up $31,188.01. Revenue is increased $122,492.40. This means the school’s mid-term adjustment on state aid is down by $113,480. The superintendent said original projections were $360,000 in state aid. He said the decrease is due to several factors. One of those is the school did not increase student numbers (about the same as last school year). Another is the increase in ad valorem tax dollars. Elliott said they don’t yet know how much more ad valorem tax money will come in when due in March.

He suspects many people paid a bulk of their ad valorem tax dollars before the end of the year. The other reason for reduced state aid is increased gross production. The superintendent explained it’s based on a formula. The state mandates that the school district pay health insurance for employees. In return, the state is to reimburse the school. The annual average cost to the school for health insurance is about $120,000. Eliliott said they received notice the insurance reimbursement will not be fully funded. He anticipates about $13,000 less. The board approved encumbrances, change orders and warrants for the General, Building, and Child Nutrition Fund. The December Activity Fund Report was approved. The Exposure Control Plan was reaffirmed. The Procurement Plan for the Child Nutrition Program was approved. Elks Basketball Rollin’ Last weekend the Elks won the Cherokee Strip Championship in Enid. The boys are 20-1 on the season. The Lady Elks are the consolation champs of the same tournament and are 15-6 so far this season. Burlington hosts the District Basketball Tournament February 10 and 11. It will include three teams in two days. Board members commended the good sportsmanship of fans, players and coaches. They ask for that exemplary behavior to continue throughout the playoff season. BEF Meeting February 6 Elliott reminded that the Burlington Education Foundation annual meeting is February 6 at 6:30 p.m., in the school auditorium. Student Achievements FFA: William Maltbie – Champion whiteface sheep at Phoenix; 2nd place weathers at Denver – one made premium sale; Reserve Senior Showman at Denver. Jenna Maltbie – Showed at Phoenix; 10th place at Denver Local Spelling Bee: Pee Wee (1st & 2nd Grade) – Champ – Jackson Feely; Runner-up – Silvery Kiwia; Midget (3rd & 4th Grade) – Champ – Tateyn Rieger; Runner-up – Rory Olson; 5th & 6th – Champ – Collin Botta; Runner-up – Bryce Cormack (went 40 rounds); 7th & See Burlington Page 22


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MARVIN MCDONALD Marvin McDonald, age 87, of Lake Brownwood, Texas, passed away on January 8, 2012 in Brownwood. Services were held January 12, 2012 at Rocky Creek Baptist Church with burial following in Eastlawn Memorial Park. Mr. McDonald was born in Alva, December 1, 1924, the son of Charles and Florence Tidwell McDonald. He married Ethel Cristell (Horton) Alexander on August 28, 1959, along with her four children. They enjoyed 53 plus years of a wonderful marriage. Mr. McDonald served during WWII in the U.S. Navy from September 23, 1943 to April 7, 1946. He received an honorable discharge as a Motor Machinist’s Mate 15th class. He received the following medals: WWII Victory Medal, American Campaign Medal, European-AfricanMiddle Eastern Campaign Medal, and the

Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal. Mr. McDonald loved his family and always bragged on them to others. He loved his church home and served as a greeter for many years and helped with the building of the educational building, after retiring from highway construction in Houston. Mr. McDonald was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, Loraine, and two brothers, Wilbert and R.J. Survivors include his wife, Ethel Cristell McDonald, children, Rita Nolen of Brownwood, Texas, James Alexander and wife Ann of May, Texas, Connie Arnold and husband Greg of Houston, Texas, Angela Shaver of Brownwood, Texas, Shelia Partin and husband Jesse of Brownwood, Texas, and Paul McDonald and wife Felicitas of Houston, Texas, his sister, Shirley Dickson and husband Howard of California, his sister, Juanita Dunlap of Loveland, Colorado, his brother, Delbert McDonald and wife Dorothy of Alva, ten grandchildren, and nineteen great-grandchildren.

Obituaries WINIFRED HOOD WOODWARD-Winifred (Momma Sarge) Hood passed away on January 21, 2012 at the age of 82. Funeral service will be Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at 1 p.m. at Grace Bible Fellowship Church in Kiowa. Arrangements are by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Kiowa, Kansas. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.lanmanmemorials.com She was born on August 5, 1929 in Greenfield, Oklahoma to Lori K. and Dolly Esther Elkins Boll. She graduated high school from Cherokee, Oklahoma in 1947. She was preceded in death by the love of her life, John Delbert Hood. She is survived by her two children; Johnny Hood and wife, Judy of Woodward, Peggy Norlan and husband, Robert of Pueblo, Colorado, seven grandchildren; Ramona Duke, Terence and Robert Nolan, Laura Hood-Jordan, Johnny Leroy Hood, April McKinley and Amy Wreath, eighteen great grandchildren; two sisters, Norma Tuxhorn of Mulvane, Kansas, Katherine McGuire of Guymon, two brothers, Robert Weaver of Fort Collins, Colorado and James Weaver of Woodward. Winnie also had two very special friends; Johnnie Ferguson and Tim Lime. At Winnie’s request there will be no viewing. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials to be made to the American Cancer Society and sent to the funeral home.


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Burlington

8th – Champ – Lexi Clark; Runner-up – Shelby Bender. The following students participated in the Big Six Spelling Bee in Cherokee on Jan. 23: 4th: Tateyn Rieger, Stanley Klippenstein, Kutter Jewell, Anna Motycka; 5th: Collin Botta, Bryce Cormack, Caitlin Flackman, Karli Little; 6th: Jaden Allen, Hally Highfill, Peter Peters, Abi Trujillo; 7th: Bayli Hyde, Justin George, Alicia Danielson, Bailey Rhodes; 8th: Lexi

Clark, Shelby Bender, Alysson Stewart, Julia Ferrell. At the Big Six, Burlington students had the following results: Div I (4-6th) Tateyn Rieger champion ; Kutter Jewell, runner-up; Caitlin Flackman was third, who went many rounds before the runner-up was decided. Elks Hoop Shoot Winners: Ages 8-9: Girls – 1st- Kayli Stewart, nd 2 -Nancy Klippenstein; Boys – 1stStanley Klippenstein, 2nd Gatlin Jewell;

Ages 10-11: Gilrs – 1st – Anna Motycka, 2nd – Caitlin Flackman; Boys-1stTateyn Rieger, 2nd- Kutter Jewell; Ages 12-13: Girls—1st- Kelsi Smith, 2nd- Abbie Newman; Boys-1st-Jonathan Armbruster; 2nd-Justin George; Alva Hoop Shoot: Anna Motycka and Kelsi Smith 1st place and go on to Kingfisher; Tateyn Rieger runner-up.. Academic Teams: HS placed 3rd at Area Tournament; 7th& 8th and 8th & 9th beginning season..

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STATEMENT OF CONDITION

MARILYN A. MYERS, Chairman of the Board KYLE D. HUGHBANKS, President & CEO

~Alva Officers~ CLINT A. ELLIOTT Senior Vice President Director of Operations PATRICIA A. HEADLEE Executive Vice President Trust Officer SCOTT R. BIXLER Executive Vice President Chief Credit Officer MICHAEL E. FOUTS Executive Vice President Cashier & CFO

BRIAN G. HOFEN Vice President Director of Technology DWIGHT PFEIFFER Vice President PATRICIA M. FRASCHT Vice President TIFFANY SLATER Vice President JENETT BLEVINS Assistant Vice President

~Woodward Officers~ TYLER MANTZ Assistant Vice President DEREK W. HEATON Assistant Vice President DEE ANN GRAHAM Assistant Cashier ROGER R. NOBIS Assistant Cashier GLENDA O’BLENESS Assistant Cashier SHERRY RIGGINS Assistant Cashier

KRISTY ROLENS Assistant Vice President M. COLE MYERS Assistant Vice President CHRIS CHARMASSON Assistant Vice President JOYCE GILBREATH Assistant Cashier TINA SNOW Assistant Cashier

ROGER WAGNER Executive Vice President GINGER BOREN Vice President DAVID MOORE Vice President BRENDA EVANS Vice President KIM SCHNOEBELEN Vice President

DIRECTORS

A Leader for Over 98 Years - First in Service - First in Leadership Capital and Surplus $10,000,000.00

MARILYN A. MYERS MARY MARGARET MILLER HAROLD A. BRIZZOLARA

KYLE D. HUGHBANKS STEPHEN L. MYERS SCOTT C. HARTMAN

AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 2011 RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans & Discounts Capital...............................$1,000,000.00 (Including Overdrafts)...................................$67,296,938.48 Bank Premises.....................................................3,124,166.44 Surplus................................9,000,000.00 10,000,000.00 Furniture & Equipment...........................................709,704.91 Federal Reserve Bank Stock...................................300,000.00 Undivided Profits Other Assets.......................................................10,631,227.04 & Reserves.........................................................28,601,687.80

RESERVE

U.S. Treasury Securities & U.S. Gov’t Agencies.......$10,638,831.84 Municipal & Other Securities..............174,181,919.75 Federal Funds.......................................0.00 Cash & Due From Banks.....11,020,764.40

DEPOSITS........................................................239,301,865.06

195,841,515.99

TOTAL.....................................................$277,903,552.86

TOTAL.......................................................$277,903,552.86

THE ABOVE STATEMENT IS CORRECT KYLE D. HUGHBANKS, President & CEO MICHAEL E. FOUTS, Exec. Vice Pres. & Cashier

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Goldbugs top Hennessey to win Okeene tourney championship By Roger McKenzie Saturday’s Championship game at the Okeene Invitational Basketball Tournament went down to the buzzer. Alva’s Goldbugs led by a single point 56-55, but Okeene had scored on a clutch three point basket with time running out and then forced a turnover to give the Eagles a chance to win with 29 seconds to play. The Eagles took their time looking for an opening in the Goldbug defense. They found none and had to settle for a long jumper. It missed, but Hennessey got the offensive rebound and put up another awkward shot. It, too, missed, and the buzzer sounded to give Alva the tournament championship—and maybe some well deserved respect. Hennessey is a very good team and was ranked ninth by OK Rankings. They came into the game with just two losses— one more than the Goldbugs who were not ranked. The Eagles scored first and led 10-6 in the first quarter before Alva closed out the quarter with an 8-4 edge, including Reygan Martin’s second trey that just beat the buzzer. That shot tied the game at 14-14 Goldbug Trevor Johnson hit another trey to start the second quarter to give

Alva a lead that it never surrendered. He finished the quarter with a field goal and another trey for big lift of eight points in the quarter. The freshman finished with 10 points in the game to lead Alva scorers. The long-distance bomb was a factor for the Goldbugs. Alva hit seven treys in the game, all in the first three quarters, to help the Goldbugs stay in front. Ty Hooper also scored on a trey, and the Goldbugs got field goals from Riley Hess and Cody Forell to go with a pair of free throws from Kolby Dietz in the second quarter to out score Hennessey 17-11 to lead 31-25 at the half. Once they got the ball over the center line, the Goldbugs used a strategy of holding the ball against the ball-hawking Eagles. The Eagles who must have been used to teams trying to hurry the ball seemed confused at first. They stood off at first and finally had to come up and challenge the ball. When they did, it spread them out and opened up passing lanes for the Goldbugs. Hess on a field goal and Forell on two treys accounted for eight early points in the third quarter to pump up Alva’s lead 12 points. Cade Pfleider helped with two big offensive rebounds that he put in the basket and Martin added a field goal. Meanwhile, the Alva defense was having its best quarter. The result was a 14-9 edge and a 11-point, 45-34 lead, going into the final quarter. The Goldbugs needed every one of those 11 points to hold off the Eagles, who stopped up their offense. Goldbugs continued to pick at the Hennessey defense. Five different Goldbugs scored a total of 11 points in the quarter. But the Eagles’ Josh Meloy scored 10 fourth quarter points, including two clutch treys in the final minutes to help bring Hennessey back. Kolby Dietz hit a short jumper with 42 seconds left in the game to give the Goldbugs some breathing room at 56-52. It turned out to be the game winner. Malloy’s second trey of the quarter made it 56-55. Then the Eagle defense forced the turnover give Hennessey a chance to win. At that point, the Eagles had out scored Alva 21-11 in the quarter and certainly had momentum on their side. But the Alva defense stepped up big to shut down the Eagles last chances.

Meloy finished with a game high 21 points and Hennessey’s Bryce Kippenberger scored 15. But as they have all season long, the Goldbugs won with balanced scoring. Johnson’s 10 points was backed up by nine points on an outstanding effort by Pfleider who earned his points the hard way in rebound battles under the basket and with a few excellent passes from his teammates. No less than four Goldbugs scored eight points—Hess, Forell, Dietz, and Martin. Ty Hooper added three points and Riley Duncan scored two points on an important drive. Every point was vital to the win. “It was a great team effort,” said Coach Paul Duncan after the game. “Everyone made big plays. I’m really happy for our kids. It was a great atmosphere against a really good team.”

Score/Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final 14 17 14 11 56 Alva Hennessey 14 11 9 21 55

Alva’s Kolby Dietz (25) gets off a shot over Hennessey’s Javy Renteria late in the championship game on Saturday at the Okeene Invitational Basketball Tournament. Dietz scored eight points and was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. He helped lead the Goldbugs to a 56-55 win and the tournament championship. Photo by Roger McKenzie


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Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log January 13, 2012 6:36 p.m. report of cattle out 1 mile south of the Byron blacktop on CR 710, advised possible owner. January 14, 2012 1:03 p.m. report of someone has locked their keys in their car at the First Christian Church in Aline, they got car unlocked. January 15, 2012 2:02 p.m. 911 call, diabetic attack at 200 block of W. Choctaw in Aline, advised Aline 1st Responders & Helena Ambulance. 5:53 p.m. report of cattle out on Hwy 45 going into Carmen at the welcome sign, also advised cattle truck sitting there with name on it, advised possible owner, he said he would take care of it. January 16, 2012 2:22 p.m. report of rock truck that ran stop sign east of Byron, almost got her, gave tag info, unit advised. 2:40 p.m. report of kid with axe at 300 block of Elm in Aline, caller advised she was sitting on her porch when an individual with a hoodie on got on a bike, carrying an axe, was across the street, unit advised. 4:53 p.m. report of hearing gun fire at ¼ mile of the 58/45 Jct, caller advised there are 4 cars in his pasture, has heard gun shots, would like deputy to come check it out, unit advised. January 17, 2012 1:45 a.m. report of a salt water truck turnover on Lambert Rd, CPD advised they needed OHP to location, 18 wheeler turned over, driver pinned in truck, OHP wanted to know if ambulance & fire was enroute, advise OHP ambulance enroute to hospital. 11:55 a.m. report of speeding trucks, caller advised that rock trucks speeding thru Nescatunga, his windows are shaky, it has been going on all week long, advised OHP. 10:29 p.m. report of 1 black cow out ¼ mile west, caller is trying to put cow back in, advised several possible owners, someone was enroute out there, drove around, didn’t see any cattle out. January 18, 2012 1:24 p.m. report of a reckless driver westbound on Hwy 64 leaving Jet, blue tanker all over the road, passed caller in a no passing zone, tanker is speeding, unit is enroute to try and catch him at Cozy Curve.

6:40 p.m. 911 call, hit cow approximately 6 miles east of Kiowa, KS, no injury, just pickup damage, advised Barber Co. January 19, 2012 5:52 p.m. man wanting information, caller advised he knew where 2 people were that had been arrested in Woods Co, he needed crimestoppers number so he could turn it in and claim the reward (someone told him to do that), he knows right where they are living, advise Woods Co SO, they advised he had called them & gave they gave him the crimestoppers number that is connected with the Alva PD, respondent called back and advised him that we had spoken with Woods Co & unit, they both advised everything has to go thru the county they’re wanted in, caller advised policemen are showing up on his mom’s doorstep trying to find them & they are ready to turn themselves in to proper authorities, respondent will call Woods Co back. 6:39 p.m. report of several head of cattle out at 9 ½ miles west of Cherokee on 5th St, advised possible owner, said he is approximately 20 minutes away. 8:54 p.m. report of individual had fallen, is not hurt, just needs help getting up, at residence in Nescatunga, paged out Nescatunga 1st Responders. 10:51 p.m. 911 call, medical call to Chance Liquor Store in Jet, caller advised wasn’t feeling well, needed 1st Responders to come check vitals, caller stated had been on an antibiotic, not sure what’s going on, stopped making sense at times, was unsure if ambulance was needed, paged out Jet 1st Responders & Helena Ambulance. January 20, 2012 9:54 p.m. report of person walking along the side of the road 4 miles east of Jet, caller almost didn’t see him, was in dark clothes, walking with traffic, advised Grant Co & OHP by phone, Grant Co Sheriff’s Deputy picked him up. 11:49 p.m. minor accident of vehicle vs cattle at 1-2 west of Goltry. Goltry request locate cattle owner, contacted the GFD to clean off roadway, Goltry responding with 1 brush rig 2 persons. January 21, 2012 1:00 a.m. welfare check, Woods Co advised individual has seen a concern-

ing message on her daughters Facebook from another individual, wants us to check on him, made contact with respondent, unable to contact individual, out at address in Carmen. 9:55 a.m. report of cattle out on CR 540 & 1 mile south of Hwy 64, 12-15 head of cattle out, advised several possible owners, someone was out looking for them, going to check and see if these belonged to them. 11:08 a.m. report of lady being held at the rest home north of Carmen, caller advised she had problems with her family Sat. night, she was allowed to stay at the rest home for the night, now they will not let her leave, respondent called Garfield Co Sheriff’s Office & they transferred the call to us, did not have a call back number, called the phone in Dacoma, resident and her son advised she is in the Greenbiar Nursing Home in Enid, she has dementia & is a resident there, everything was ok. 8:09 p.m. medical call to 200 block of W 5th in Helena, individual is having trouble breathing, advised Life request Helena Ambulance, enroute to Bass, code 3. January 22, 2012 7:51 a.m. report of a man that fell from derrick 15 feet 3 north of curve at Byron & 3 east, he is walking around, not bleeding, advised CPD for ambulance, advised A&B Rescue, caller advised it is McClain CR, advised unit of incident. 11:07 a.m. report of an 18 wheeler that is stalled on shoulder in Carmen, needs a fuel filter, trying to find one but if not available, they are going to leave truck, they are not in highway, Jiffy Trip has phone number and details of why truck is there. 5:14 p.m. report of a pit bull that killed 3 of calle’rs cats in the house they stay in at 400 block of S 6th St, caller has asked owner to pen their dogs up and they will not, other people in Carmen have had trouble with these dogs, usually 2 dogs, unit was advised. 8:54 p.m. minor accident west of Jet, caller advised another truck crossed center line and did damage to his truck, needs a report, advised OHP. 11:40 p.m. report of an abandoned vehicle on Hwy 11 east of Fish Hatchery Rd 1 mile, OHP advised vehicle is clear of roadway, will be moved in the morning, request no tow.


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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.

Civil Filings Equable Ascent Financial LLC vs. Danny G. Lohmann: Indebtedness for an amount more than $6,000. Portfolio Recovery Association vs. Steven Stauffer: Indebtedness for an amount more than $13,000. Protective Order Filings Shadlow Wayne Buffalohead vs. Julie C. Buffalohead. Traffic Filings Jose Jaime Hernandez, 37, Enid: Failure to carry insurance verification

(state dismissed w/out fine or costs). Nicholas Ray Hessel, 28, Enid: Operate vehicle w/weight exceeding maximum allowed ($211.50). Kyle Lee Haggard, 33, Alva: Failure to stop at stop sign ($211.50). Jessy Lee Ferrell, 22, Cherokee: Move load w/out permit when required ($706.50). The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Victor Alfonso Trejo, 20, Ringwood: 1-10 over ($188.50); August Samuel Kleuser, 19, Mooreland: 1-10 over ($188.50); Zachary Anthony Anderson, 32, Enid: 11-14 over ($226.50); David Michael King, 22, Enid: 1-10 over ($188.50); Jeffrey Allen Dill, 32, Talihina: 1-10 over ($188.50); Allison Mallet Armbruster, 46, Burlington: 15 over ($226.50); Larry Don Roberts, 40, Newalla: 1-10 over ($188.50); Kalin Eugene Cole, 23, Stigler: 26-30 over ($341.50); Brett Dillon Purvis, 31, Edmond: 1-10 over ($188.50); Davina Annette Murrell, 48, OKC: 26-30 over ($341.50); Tommy E. Bennett, 37, Prescott, AZ: 11-14 over ($226.50). The following individuals received a citation for failure to wear seatbelt ($20 fine): Jodie Dawn Hollinger, 34, Cherokee; Jessica Ann Wood, 19, Okeene.


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Barber County Sheriff’s Log 01-17-12 Isabel Volunteer Fire Department responded to a house fire in Isabel. 01-18-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from drilling rig site southwest of Medicine Lodge to Medicine Lodge Hospital and thence to Wichita. 01-18-12 Union Chapel Volunteer Fire Department responded to an implement fire near Lasswell. 01-18-12 Charles May, Columbia, Arkansas, driving a 2006 Ford PU struck a calf owned by Yazel Cattle Company, Kiowa, on Sand Plum Road near Driftwood Road. Over $1,000 damage, no

injury, accident investigated by Deputy Rugg. 01-19-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported a patient from Medicine Lodge Hospital to Wichita. 01-20-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Main Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 01-21-12 Barbara Lonker, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2011 Ford SUV struck a deer on U160 near Sharon. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Deputy Hall. 01-22-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Cedar Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital.

During the week officers received 6 reports of cattle out; one report of horses out; performed 11 Public Assists; and assisted 5 other agencies. Arrests: 01-17-12 Bryan G Rucker, Sharon, W/M, 41. Arrest by BASO. Charge: Domestic Battery. Released 01-19-12 on $2,000 Surety Bond. 01-20-12 Michael C Schrock, Kiowa, W/M, 44. Arrest by BASO. Court Committed. 01-20-12 Judith R Hamic, Medicine Lodge, W/F, 27. Arrest by MLPD. Charges: Disorderly Conduct 2. Criminal Damage to Property 3. Assault LEO.

Barber County Court Filings Criminal Filings James D. Cope, born 1983, Medicine Lodge: (1) Criminal restraint; (2) Domestic battery; Knowing rude physical contact w/ family member. David James Pressley, born 1961, Fort Worth, TX: (1) Distribute certain stimulants; (2) Use/possess w/intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body; (3) Operating a motor vehicle w/ out a valid license. Buddy L. Brittain, born 1993, Medicine Lodge: Liquor; Purchase/ consumption alcoholic liquor/CMB by minor. Tyler D. Ward, born 1993, Medicine Lodge: Liquor; Purchase/consumption alcoholic liquor/CMB by minor.

Civil Filings Fireside Bank vs. Raphael Gehlen: Money judgment for an amount more than $12,500. Limited Civil Filings Dennis A. Walker dba E Z Mart vs. Kristina J. Bell: Indebtedness for an amount more than $500. Dennis A. Walker dba E Z Mart vs. Janelle R. Gross: Indebtedness for an amount more than $700. Dennis A. Walker dba E Z Mart vs. Samantha Kraft: Indebtedness for an amount more than $500. Dennis A. Walker dba E Z Mart vs. Joshua Lynn Gross: Indebtedness for an amount more than $700. Dennis A. Walker dba E Z Mart vs. Austin Fannett: Indebtedness for an amount more than $800. Dennis A. Walker dba E Z Mart vs. Cody R. Andrews: Indebtedness for an amount more than $500. Rylan M. Davis vs. Ryan L. Davis: Money judgment for an amount more

than $1,100. Palisades Collection LLC vs. Robert L. Drake: Indebtedness for an amount more than $4,000. Fia Card Services NA vs. Kristi A. Baird: Indebtedness for an amount more than $2,500. Small Claims Filings A Full House vs. Julie L. Reed: Recovery of described property valued at $1,220. Domestic Relations Filings Joseph Earl Rugg vs. Alisha D. Rugg: Divorce. Russell W. Freeman vs. Charles P. Hobson Jr: Petition for Protection from Stalking. Traffic Filings Stacy L. Bluebird, 34, Medicine Lodge: Failure to wear seatbelt ($10). Clayton P. Garcia, 19, Rowlett, TX: Following another vehicle too closely ($173). The following individuals were cited for speeding: James P. Arnett, 48, Anthony: 76 in 65 ($149). Tabitha A. Fagan-Nutter, 35, Alva, OK: 76 in 65 ($149). Jennifer K. Howk, 39, McKinney, TX: 77 in 65 ($155). James R. Hutfles, 17, Sharon: 75 in 65 ($143). Shandee L. Province, 26, Mulvane: 86 in 65 ($212). Traci L. Schwerdtfeger, 51, OKC, OK: 80 in 65 ($173). Christopher M. West, 33, Pratt: 80 in 65 ($173).


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Barber County Real Estate Transactions Real Estate Transfers Beginning Book 135 Page 305 Ann M. Brubaker Living Trust (aka the Ann M. Brubaker Trust) dated April 14, 2005 as amended. Ann M. Brubaker & Kent. E Brubaker, co-trustees to KA Land, LLC: Northeast Quarter, and the East Half of the Northwest Quarter, and the East Half of of the Southeast Quarter, all in Section 4, Township 30 South, Range 12, WPM: Trustee’s Special Warranty Deed. Bridget K. Burmeister & Jayden M. Burmeister and Mark A. Root & Wendy L. Root to Wanda M. Root: (1) Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, Northwest Quarter, South Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 12, Township 33 South, Range 13, WPM; (2) South Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 23, Township 33 South, Range 13, WPM; (3) Southwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 33 South, Range 13, WPM; (4) West Half of the Northwest Quarter, Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, North Half of the Southwest Quarter, and Northwest Quarter of Section 25, Township 33 South, Range 13, WPM; (5) North Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 26, Township 33 South, Range 14, WPM: Quit Claim Deed. South Central Community Foundation to Harry E. Nixon & Stephanie A. Nixon: Lot 20 on North Main Street in the Original Townsite of the City of Medicine Lodge: Warranty Deed. Charles V. DeGeer & Anita L. DeGeer, Katherine Ann DeGeer, James

E. DeGeer & Terri Sue DeGeer, and William Benefiel & Mary Jean Benefiel to DeGeer Ranch, LLC: (1) all of Section 32, except the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, Township 32 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 600 acres, more or less; (2) South Half except the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 29, Township 32 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 279 acres, more or less; (3) West Half and West Half of the Northeast Quarter and Southeast Quarter of Section 34, Township 32 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 560, more or less; (4) North Half and the North Half of the South Half and the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 32 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 520 acres, more or less; (5) the South Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 32 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 120 acres, more or less; (6) the Southwest Quarter and the South Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 28, Township 32 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 240 acres, more or less; (7) all of Section 2, except the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter in Township 33 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 602 acres, more or less (and frame dwelling); (8) the South Half of Section 35, less railroad right of way, in Township 32 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 320 acres, more or less; (9) the East Half and the North Half of the Northwest Quarter, less railroad right of way, of Section 4, Township 33 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 401 acres, more or less; (10)

the East Half and the Northwest Quarter of Section 3, less railroad right of way, in Township 33 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 481 acres, more or less; (11) the West Half of the Northeast Quarter and the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 11, Township 33 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 160 acres, more or less; (12) Lots 3 and 4 and the North Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 5, Township 33 South, Range 15, WPM, containing 81 acres, more or less: Quit Claim Deed. Theron C. Krehbiel & Phyllis Krehbiel, Trustees of the Theron C. Krehbiel Living Trust dated June 26, 1980 and Phyllis Krehbiel & Theron C. Krehbiel, Trustees of the Phyllis Krehbiel Living Trust dated June 26, 1980 to Farmers Cooperative Company: The Surface Interest Only in and to the following described tract, Beginning at a point 53.1 feet North and 270 feet West of the East Quarter corner of Section 11, Township 32 South, Range 12, WPM; Warranty Deed. Lucile McMurtry to Scott E. Priddy: The North 127 feet of the East 34 feet of Lot 3 ada the East 34 feet of the North 127 feet of Lot 3, and the West 39 feet of the North 89 feet and the West 43 feet of the South 38 feet of the North 127 feet of Lot 5 on Stolp Avenue East in Hartzell’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge: Warranty Deed. Mortgages Beginning Book 202 Page 414 Jason Calhoun & Debi Calhoun to The Peoples Bank: Lots 36 & 38 on the West side of Cherry Street in Swank & Gobeille’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge: $19,500. Dustin H. Rucker & Jamie M. Rucker to American AgCredit: (Tract 1) the South Half of Section 2, Township 33 South, Range 10, WPM; (Tract 2) the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 33 South, Range 10, WPM; (Tract 3) the Northeast Quarter of Section 9, Township 33 South, Range 10, WPM: $30,000. Michael D. Lynch Jr. to Citizens Bank of Kansas: Lots 10, 12, 14 & 16 in Block 1 in Currie’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge: $35,714. Rusty W. Burton, Tonya L. Burton, & Jennifer R. Burton to The Peoples Bank: Lot 1 in Hibbard’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge: $14,000.


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New trailers of movies now showing at Rialto Theatre, Go to AlvaReviewCourier. com Furniture For Sale Red, blue, tan plaid couch $200. Brown leather couch $250. Older TV $75. TV stand-white $60 (some chips). 2 light brown end tables/night stands $100. Brown dresser w/6drawers $125. Rocker/ Recliner $100. 580-732-0014

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