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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. 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.

Bystanders help police stop fleeing suspect By Marione Martin A man is facing two felonies, three misdemeanors and a traffic charge after police chased his vehicle around Cherokee. It started at 1:24 p.m. on Sunday, March 18, when Cherokee Police Chief Chris Ferrell received a call from the dispatcher about a disturbance on South Pennsylvania Ave. According to the affidavit on file, Ronald McClary reported two men were outside his RV pounding on the door and windows. As Chief Ferrell drove to the site, he was stopped at Eighth and South Grand Ave. when he saw a black Pontiac Grand Am turning onto Eighth. He recognized it from the extensive damage as belonging to Travis Washburn and knew that Washburn did not have a valid license.

Ferrell continued to the scene where McClary identified one of the men pounding on his RV as Washburn. Ferrell drove to East Eighth and saw Washburn’s vehicle stopped at the intersection at South Massachusetts. The driver’s door was open and Washburn was hanging out of the seat. Ferrell called Officer Travis Flaherty to the scene. When Washburn saw Ferrell, he sat up, closed the door and drove away. Ferrell turned on his emergency lights, followed him onto East Fifth and turned on his siren. At 414 S. Pennsylvania, Washburn turned into a driveway continued through the yard and into the alley. He then crossed a grass yard on the north side of South Massachusetts. At that point, Ferrell lost sight of the vehicle. Some helpful bystanders eventually directed him to the area between 405 and 407 S. Pennsylvania where he saw Shane Harkins, 20, on the ground with a man sitting on top of him. The car was

stopped against a trampoline with both doors open. Ferrell saw another man running after someone who was fleeing. Ferrell ran back to his patrol car and drove to 412 S. Kansas where some men forced Washburn to the ground. Both Washburn and Harkins were arrested. Washburn denied he was driving the vehicle but Harkins, his passenger, confirmed Washburn had been the driver. Chief Ferrell later went back to check the damage from the chase. He logged information on tire tracks through yards, skid marks, damage to a fence and post, to a telephone junction box and a bush. He talked to Ralph Bentley who saw Washburn drive through his yard while four small children and nine adults were in the yard. Travis Wesley Washburn is facing felony charges of DUI and attempting to elude a police officer; misdemeanor charges of reckless driving, driving while license is under suspension, and obstructing an officer; and a traffic charge of transporting an open container of beer. Shane Nolan Harkins has been charged with public intoxication.


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Vogts celebrate 40th wedding anniversary Rodney Vogts and Verla Harms were married April 8, 1972, at Grace Hill Mennonite Church near Whitewater, Kansas. They invite you to an open house reception to celebrate their 40th anniversary on Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 2-4 p.m. at the Women’s Building at the Woods County Fairgrounds. The event will be hosted by their children, Monica Greb, Marisa Whitely, Marshall Vogts and their families. Rodney and Verla have four grandchildren, Dylan, Tanner, Ashlyn and Tori. No gifts, please. Audra Halliburton and Brett Olive

Halliburton, Olive announce engagement Randy and Lea Ann Halliburton of Slapout, Oklahoma, and Rick and Jennifer Olive of Ford, Kansas, announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Audra Lane Halliburton and Brett James Olive. Audra is the granddaughter of the late Irish and Lois Erikson of Alva, Oklahoma, and the late Thelma Over-

ton of Beaver, Oklahoma, and Raymond and Coeta Halliburton and the late Carol Halliburton of Slapout, Oklahoma. Brett is the grandson of Stan Young of Henney, Colorado, and Dave and Joanne Koehn of Cimarron, Kansas, and Richard and the late Frieda Olive of Ford, Kansas. Audra is a 2008 graduate of Laverne High School in Laverne, Oklahoma, and is currently a student at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She will graduate in December 2012 with an Elementary Education degree as well as an endorsement in Early Childhood. Brett is a 2003 graduate of Bucklin High School in Bucklin, Kansas, and a graduate of Dodge City Community College. Brett earned a certificate in Agriculture Business and Automotive Technology. Audra currently resides in Alva, where she is a full-time student at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Brett currently resides in Alva, and is employed by SandRidge Energy. The couple will exchanges vows June 23, 2012 at Fairview United Methodist Church near Slapout, Oklahoma.

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Is the four-day week at Freedom Public School going to end next year? Certified employment put on hold for more consideration By Roger McKenzie In his superintendent’s report given Monday night at the Board of Education meeting for the Freedom Public School, Superintendent Richard Gleave hinted that the continuation of the school’s four-day week might depend on “some test results.” Gleave noted he did not bring the 2012-13 school year calendar to the board for approval because “I need to wait for some test results to make sure our students are receiving the necessary instruction to continue with the four-day week.” He added, “We are going to get the kids the instruction they need.” Later in the meeting, an executive session to discuss whether or not to rehire 12 certified personnel ended with no decision at Monday night’s meeting of the Board of Education for the Freedom Public School. The board members accepted Superintendent Gleave’s recommendation to table the matter to allow more time for evaluation. The board did accept the recommendation of Gleave and his teachers that they adopt the Tulsa model of teacher evaluation and the McGill model for principal evaluation. These two models are among several choices that could have been adopted. Both are related and both are probably closer to previously used evaluation models. Senior class sponsor Bryant Weber gave board members a brief overview of

the upcoming senior class trip to Washington, D.C. and New York City. The trip for nine seniors and two sponsors (Jeanne Weber is the other sponsor) is already paid for thanks to fund-raising and donations. The seniors are still fundraising to help provide spending money. Weber outlined some of the itinerary which includes three days in each city. The trip is scheduled for May 13-19. He noted that although previous trips have helped in creating the itinerary, hotel prices have skyrocketed and that some new (and unfamiliar) hotels have been substituted to try to stay within budget. These hotels, although supposedly similar in terms of level of service and amenities, are in different locations. Weber added that neither he nor anyone else on the trip has personally seen these hotels. Elsewhere in his report to the board, Supt. Gleave talked about upcoming meetings. The entire school board will participate in the District 2 meeting on April 5 at the High Plains Technology Center. Supt. Gleave and Principal Charla Gleave will be attending separate Common Core State Standards meetings in Alva on April 5 and 11. A group of Freedom students is participating in soccer with Alva High School as part of a cooperative program. Gleave announced the first soccer game, for girls only, is set for Mar. 29 in Enid against that school’s junior varsity team.

Gleave announced that Alumni Week begins Friday, April 6. He also brought up a parent concern voiced to the school principal. The parent felt that a graduation date of Saturday, rather than Friday, would be more convenient for family members who have to travel a long distance to attend. No date change was discussed. A special board meeting was announced for April 12 at 7 p.m. Buddy Carroll will attend to present the district’s budget report. In other business, the board approved minutes of the previous meeting and the consent agenda which included expenditures for the Activity Fund and encumbrances for the General Fund and Building Fund.

Aline-Cleo yields winner at state science fair Aline-Cleo students participated in the Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair held March 7th-9th at the East Central University Campus in Ada. Kevin Cosper competed and placed 3rd in the Division II Behavioral and Social Sciences Category with his project entitled “Where’s Waldo?” In Kevin’s project, participants were asked to find the L or T in a group of the opposing letter. This project was done to see if there was a statistical difference between a certain age and genders’ reaction time and efficiency in finding a target amongst a group of proud distractions. Kevin is in the 9th grade at AlineCleo High School. He is the son of John and April Cosper, Cleo Springs.


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In-person absentee Pfeiffer- Pugh announce engagement voting available Jim and Annette Pfeiffer, of Alva, are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashlyn Sue, to Justin Wayne Pugh, son of Matt and Nikki Pugh of Weatherford, Oklahoma. Ashlyn is the granddaughter of Don and Bunny Pfeiffer, of Alva, and Karen Campbell of Ringwood. She is the great granddaughter of Verna Unruh, also of Ringwood. Ashlyn is a 2008 graduate of Alva High School. She will graduate in May from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Communications with emphasis in agronomy and agricultural economics. Justin is the grandson of Johnny and Marjorie Pugh and Martin and Bonnie Grabeal, all of Texhoma, Oklahoma. He is the great grandson of Jessie Grabeal, of Texhoma, and Celia Livingston, of Keyes, Oklahoma.

He is a 2009 graduate of Weatherford High School and a 2011 graduate of Tulsa Welding School. He is employed by Eve Bit Sales, an agent of Halliburton Drill Bits and Service. A late afternoon wedding is planned for May 26, 2012 at the New Hopedale Mennonite Church in Meno, Oklahoma. A dinner reception will follow at the Island Guest Ranch in Ames, Oklahoma. Upon returning from a Florida honeymoon, the couple will reside in Enid.

Ashlyn Pfeiffer and Justin Pugh

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Registered voters in Alfalfa County who want to vote by mail absentee ballot in next Tuesday’s Special Elections for Timberlake School District I-93 and Chisholm SD I-42 have missed the application deadline, County Election Board Secretary Kelly Stein said today. “They aren’t out of luck, however,” Stein said. Voters who want to cast absentee ballots still can do so at the County Election Board office on Friday, March 30, or Monday, April 2. A two-member, bipartisan Absentee Voting Board will be on duty each day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to assist absentee voters. “In-person absentee voters fill out an application form when they get to the office. They are not required to give a reason for voting absentee,” Stein said. “They are required to swear that they have not voted a regular mail absentee ballot and that they will not vote at their polling places on election day.” According to Stein, the Absentee Voting Board verifies a voter’s registration information and then issues the voter’s ballots. The voter marks the ballots in a voting booth and then puts them in the voting device. “It is very much like voting at a precinct polling place,” said Stein. Contact the County Election Board, located at 300 S. Grand Ave., Cherokee, for more information. The telephone number is 580-596-2718.


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Stephens – McCamey Argument announce engagement leads to charges Rusty Stephens and Shelly Stephens along with Buddy and Valerie McCamey and Ron and Teresa Russell are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Mandy Stephens and Brandon McCamey. Mandy is a graduate of Alva High School and a 2006 graduate of Northwestern Oklahoma State University with a degree in Business Administration. She is currently employed by Chesapeake Energy in Waynoka, Oklahoma. Mandy is the granddaughter of Vickie Rhoades, Patsy Stephens and the late Herman Stephens. Brandon is a graduate of Drummond High School and attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He is currently employed by Shirley Farms in Alva. Brandon is the grandson of Lonnie and Darlene Reynolds, the late Lloyd Baker, Nell and the late George

McCamey, Bob and Joann Sheffield, and Wayne and Elaire Puckett. The couple plan to be married on May 12, 2012 at 3 p.m. at the Alva Nazarene Church. All family and friends are invited. Following the honeymoon they will reside in Alva.

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By Marione Martin A Cherokee man faces a misdemeanor charge in Alfalfa County after getting into an argument with his wife. According to the affidavit on file, Cherokee Police Chief Christopher Ferrell and Officer Tyler Flaherty went to 1002 S. Colorado Avenue on March 20 at 2:44 p.m. to investigate a reported domestic dispute. Upon arrival, they saw Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Deputy David Gebers talking to Jennifer Dooley. Flaherty talked with Jason Dooley who was sitting on the back of a pickup. Jason said he had an argument with his wife about not “getting onto the kids.” When he was getting into his pickup to leave, his wife took the keys. Jason said he “lost it” and pushed her several times. He said his hand slipped once and he got her in the face although he was not trying to hit her. Flaherty then talked to Jennifer Dooley, asking if she had any marks, and she showed him a cut lip saying that Jason hit her with an open hand. She said the argument started when Jason took some money that was hers that she needed for the kids. She took the keys so he could not leave. Jason Dean Dooley has been charged with domestic abuse in the presence of a child.


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Tarwater—Gaskill III Wrong announce engagement approach to anti-smoking

Mr. and Mrs. William Tarwater of Avant, Oklahoma are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Renea Nicole Tarwater, to Robert Edward Gaskill 111, son of Rob and Patti Gaskill of Waynoka, Oklahoma. The future bride is a 2007 graduate of Barnsdall High School and will graduate from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. She is currently completing her student teaching at Waynoka Public Schools. The future groom is a 2005 graduate of Waynoka High School and graduated from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in May 2010 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Sports Science. He is currently employed with SandRidge Energy. Grandparents of the bride are Clyde and Betty Smith and the late Roy and Nadine Tarwater of Avant, Oklahoma. Grandparents of the groom are Robert Gaskill of Alva, Oklahoma and the late Jody Petre, Opal Treece and Tom Treece all of Waynoka, Oklahoma. The couple will wed at Bridle Creek

Ranch and Resort in Sperry, Oklahoma on May 27, 2012. After a honeymoon in St. Petersburg, Florida, Robbie and Renea will reside 6 miles west of Waynoka in their country home.

Robert Edward Gaskill 111 and Renea Nicole Tarwater

By Marione Martin According to the March of Dimes, smoking during pregnancy can lessen the amount of oxygen going to the baby. It may cause low birth weight, birth defects and prematurity. But a Cherokee man carried things too far when he slapped a pregnant woman who was smoking. Cherokee Police Chief Chris Ferrell and Officer Tyler Flaherty drove to Toni’s Express Stop in Cherokee on March 17 at 7:31 p.m. after receiving a report of a possible assault and battery. According to the affidavit on file, they talked to Jessica Schaffer who said an older man had driven up next to her and two other women. Schaffer, who is pregnant, was smoking a cigarette. The man, later identified as Theodore Pshigoda, 76, started yelling at her for smoking while pregnant. He got out of his pickup and was “in her face” yelling. She backed away a couple of times, but he followed. He then hit her on the left side of her face. He tried to grab her hands at which time Tambra Martin stepped between them and yelled at him for hitting a pregnant woman in front of her (Martin’s) kids. Pshigoda apologized for hitting her and went in the store. When he came back out, he apologized again and asked them to forgive him. Martin said no and told him she was going to call the police. The women described the pickup, and Chief Ferrell knew it belonged to Pshigoda. Ferrell drove to his residence where he asked Pshigoda what happened. He said he did a “dumbass thing”, that he tapped a woman on the face because she was pregnant and smoking. Pshigoda has been charged with assault and battery, a misdemeanor.


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Emergency phone service agreement gets another signing By Roger McKenzie For a second time, Alfalfa County has signed an interlocal agreement with the City of Cherokee to once again put into motion a 24-hour Enhanced 911 service throughout the county. Alfalfa County commissioners signed the agreement document at their meeting on Monday. The document was signed earlier, but had some clarifications and corrections that needed to be made. Those corrections included giving the county more time to complete a contract with Woods County for mapping the phone numbers, fixing typos, and correcting some names. No major changes were made in the revised document. The county is still in charge of getting the telephone mapping done and the city will still operate and staff the E-911 dispatch center. The county will pay for the mapping from county funds—not from tariff revenues. The city will get those revenues and will contract for all required equipment. It will also be responsible for remodeling and furnishing a space at City Hall for the center. Rent, utilities, salaries and benefits of the dispatchers will all

fall on the city. In return, the county gives up the tariff money it has already received for E-911 and all future tariff revenues will go to the city directly as long as the agreement is in effect. The tariff is a fee that is part of each telephone user’s monthly phone bill. That county’s cost for getting the mapping done has been estimated as high as $60,000, although a lower figure is hoped for. Under the new agreement, the county now has 90 days, not the original 30 days, to get a contract signed with Woods County. Each entity will pay for the cost of updating signs and addresses that fall within their jurisdiction. The agreement is for a rolling one-year period that automatically renews unless either party notifies the other otherwise at least 120 days prior to the contract’s termination date. Any amendments to the contract must be approved by the written consent of both the city and the county. Stein hired After a lengthy interview process that gradually narrowed down over 20 candidates to four for outgoing Alfalfa County Commissioner’s secretary

Phoebe Angle’s job, the commissioners’ went into an executive session to pick one of the final four. After returning to the open meeting, they announced they will be hiring Kelsy Stein for the post. Stein is currently a student at Oklahoma State University, but will graduate in May when she will become a fulltime employee. Until then, starting on Friday of this week, she will work parttime while being trained by Angle. Commissioner Chad Roach’s comments were echoed by his fellow commissioners. He noted that all of the final four were well-qualified and deserving. The final selection in Stein’s favor came down to “splitting hairs,” Roach said. New record for road permits? In what is probably a record, even for the county’s current oil and gas boom, commissioners approved 75 road crossing permits. What was even more surprising was that District 1, which normally gets the lion’s share of paid permits, trailed both District 2 and 3 in total revenue received. Nineteen permits in District 1 and 2 by Western Electric were allowed free of charge since they are for the rebuilding of public services (electricity lines). The remaining permits brought the county $44,245. The division was as follows: 16 permits in District 1 totaling $2,750; 56 permits in District 2 totaling $34,250; and three permits in District 3 totaling $7,245. District 2 also received some rock (and its application on some District 2 roads) provided in lieu of payment for some of its permits. Commissioner Chad Roach said the arrangement is even more beneficial to his district than receiving a cash payment. Other business Commissioners approved junking some office equipment that is old and no longer being used. They also approved minutes and maintenance and operations warrants


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ing Northwest Technology Center for Fairview and led the efforts to secure the funding. Larry held positions in state and local automobile dealer associations, the Republican Party, American Heart Association, University of Oklahoma Alumni Association Board of Directors and Northwestern Oklahoma State University Advisory Council. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi, the American Legion, Fairview Lion’s Club and a 50year member of the Fairview Masonic Lodge. Larry loved the Lord and was a witness to God’s faithfulness and goodness. He proudly would tell that he was a lifetime member of the Fairview Methodist Church where he served in several positions at the local and district level, as well teaching high school Sunday school. Larry had a God-given gift of singing and was a 50+ year member of the church choir. As a boy, he toured the United States with a youth choral group and sang in churches throughout the country. He continued to share his love of singing through the years, as he blessed others with his voice at community and state events, weddings, funerals and celebrations. Next to Christ, Larry’s greatest love was his family. His time spent with family was most important to him and took precedence over all else. Some of his greatest joy was the time with family at their Colorado home. He also enjoyed sharing his passion for OU football with family and friends. For immediate and extended family, he was the one called upon when trouble arose or a level-head was needed. In his later years, his schedule and energy was focused around his grandchildren’s activities. Larry was considerate, selfless, compassionate and a true gentleman. He was an eternal optimist and always had words of encouragement to share with others. He truly believed that “Every day is a good day” and “It will all work out” and shared this philosophy with all. He is survived by his wife, Sue, of the home; a son, Don Jensen, Plano, Texas; daughter, Susan Smith and husband Todd of Fairview; grandchildren, Abby and Jensen, Fairview; a sister, Lacretia Wilson Hunter and husband Jim of Cushing; sister-in-law Jane Schultz

Driskell and husband Jerry of Blairsville, Georgia, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorials may be made through the Fairview Funeral Home to the Fairview First United Methodist Church or the University of Chicago Kidney Cancer Research Fund.

Obituaries LARRY DON JENSEN FAIRVIEW—Funeral Services for Larry Don Jensen, 77, will be Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. in the First United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in the Fairview Cemetery. Local arrangements are by Fairview Funeral Home, Inc. Larry was born October 31, 1934, in Enid, Oklahoma, to Alfred Christian and Avarella (Sturgeon) Jensen and died March 23, 2012, at Integris Bass Baptist in Enid, Oklahoma. Larry grew up in Fairview and graduated from Fairview High School in 1953. He attended Southern Methodist University before transferring to the University of Oklahoma, graduating with a BA degree. On September 14, 1957, Larry married his high school sweetheart, Sue Schultz. After graduation, Larry served two years as a Special Agent in the Army Counter Intelligence Corp and another nine years in the army reserves. Larry and Sue returned to Fairview in 1960, and Larry went to work with his father in the family business, Jensen’s, Inc. As a boy, Larry grew up working at Jensen’s and had many jobs including serving as janitor and delivering appliances. It was while sweeping the show room floor that he met the love of his life, Sue, as her family purchased a car. Upon his return to the business, he served the dealership in many capacities until being named president in 1993. In 2008, Larry was honored by the Oklahoma Automobile Dealers’ Association by receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award. Under Larry’s proud eye, Jensen’s, Inc. celebrated 80 years in business in December 2011. Larry’s commitment to the community included a 50 year membership in the Fairview Chamber of Commerce, where he served as president, chair of committees and community events. In 2003, he was recognized with the Chamber’s Lifetime Achievement award. He was a 40 year-supporter of livestock trophies and awards for area youth and even tutored Jr. High social studies’ students. He also was Chairman in secur-

ROBERT (BOB) RENEAU Funeral services for Robert (Bob) Reneau, 94, will be Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at Alva First United Methodist Church with Reverend Terry Martindale officiating. Burial will follow in Alva Municipal Cemetery. Wharton Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www.whartonfuneralchapel.com. Robert Earl, son of Jennie (Snow) and Jess Reneau, was born on February 8, 1918 near the village of Gibbon in Grant County, Oklahoma. He passed away at the Share Medical Center on the 24th of March at the age of 94 years, 1 month and 16 days. After attending school in Gibbon and Manchester he graduated from Anthony High School in 1936. Bob worked as a jeweler apprentice in Alva, Oklahoma from 1938-1941. In 1942 he was drafted as a civilian to work as an Instrument Technician for the U.S. Army Air Corps. He worked in repair depots in San Antonio, Texas, Oklahoma City and Dayton, Ohio. On March 6, 1938, in Alva, Oklahoma, Maurine Smith was married to Robert (Bob) Reneau of Anthony, Kansas, then a student at Northwestern. To their marriage two children were born, Robin (Mrs. Harry King), of Liberal, Kansas and Jim, of Dodge City. Kansas. Maurine passed away on October 7, 1987. Following WWII Bob and Maurine opened a jewelry store in Alva, one of six they owned and operated over the years; in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas and See Obits Page 14


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Border Line’s ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ is a smash

A review by Yvonne Miller Put eight talented veteran actors on stage, add an experienced director, put them in a chaotic plot, and what do you have? It’s another Border Line Theatre production that has the crowd roaring with laughter and giving a standing ovation opening night. Written by Ken Ludwig, “Lend Me a Tenor,” is Border Line’s 41st production and will go in the history books as another of their big hits. You have a chance to see the show again this Saturday night, March 31, in a fire-grilled steak dinner theatre setting with doors opening at 6:15 at the Kiowa Community Building. For ticket info call Shirts and More in Kiowa at 620825-4074. A Sunday 2 p.m., matinee concludes the production – tickets are available at the door. The Characters Remember the BLT production “Leading Ladies” last spring when the antics of actors Matt Cantrell and Mick Gillig dressed as women had the crowd crying tears of laughter? The two bring an equally awardwinning performance this time. Mick plays Tito Merelli, a well-stuffed opera singer who is singing the lead in Otello, an opera based on Shakespeare’s play Othello first performed in 1887. Tito

is to perform it at the Cleveland Opera Company – the time is 1934. Let’s just say upon arrival at his hotel suite the best laid plans unravel and the famous tenor never makes it on stage. Mick’s animated facial expressions and Italian accent would make even Shakespeare proud. His tone rises to a soprano level as he spars with his wife played by Cathy Cox who is a fiesty mama mia. As the couple fights over Tito’s great passion, which is way beyond performing on stage, they get louder and louder and the crowd laughs harder and harder. As a wanna-be-opera singer and assistant manager of the opera company, Matt Cantrell is breathless and hilarious

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on stage as he rushes to accommodate everyone – including his girlfriend, his boss, Tito and more. In a case of mistaken identity, Matt flawlessly and frantically switches characters, costumes, accents and more – easily winning approval of the audience. As usual Gary Jacobs is a scenestealer as the greedy opera company manager who will stop at nothing to make the show happen. Raising his eyebrows, squinting his eyes and using a mean tone, Gary obviously has fun playing the heartless character the crowd can’t help but love. Playing the love interest of her real-life husband Matt, Jenny Cantrell See Border

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Colorado. Bob, with various partners, also operated a construction company in the late 50’s which built 178 houses in Northwest Oklahoma and Southern Kansas. The Public Installment Loan Company at the same time period was also one of his enterprises. Bob was a lifetime member of the Methodist Church and enjoyed being a Sunday school teacher and a lay speaker in that organization. He had been a Rotarian since 1940 and was a Rotary District Governor in 1956; a member of the Alva Masonic Lodge and a 32nd degree Mason since 1955. The Reneau family maintained a high interest in NWOSU having helped more than one student acquire a university degree. Bob served as Director of Development for the University Foun-

dation for many years. During this time its assets increased by millions of dollars. He was awarded an honorary Master’s Degree for his accomplishments with the foundation. Mr. Reneau was preceded in death by his daughter, Robin; his parents, and two sisters, Elizabeth Perry and Marjean Reneau. Bob is survived by his son Jim; two grandchildren, Julianne King; Jeff King and his wife Amie; two great grandchildren, Rylee and Ryan; a sister and her husband, Betty Lou and Olin Hodge; a son-in-law, Harry King, a special friend, Lorraine Malzahn and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to First United Methodist Church or the N.W.O.S.U. Foundation.


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Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log March 19, 2012 1:51 p.m. major accident 2 ½ W of Helena on Hwy 45, respondent has advised a trooper has flipped over in a field in a SUV, units enroute, taking her to St. Marys in Enid, all is ok. 11:43 p.m. major accident with injuries on Hwy 11 & CR 530, semi vs. pickup with a pipe trailer, advised OHP, Cherokee EMS & Burlington 1st Responders. March 20, 2012 1:06 a.m. major accident on Hwy 64 E of Alva 10 miles, Woods co advised a pickup under semi-trailer, both people in the pickup are dead, advised Cherokee EMS, FD, OHP & local unit, unit is closing off Hwy 64 at the 4-way stop per OHP. 9:57 a.m. report of wires smoking at 300 block of Maple in Jet, advised to call the Jet FD, paged out Jet FD, they are at the scene, waiting for AEC to turn off electricity, just a shortage. 2:45 p.m. domestic at 10th & Colorado, couple fighting in the front yard, ACSO advised CPD, prisoner in custody enroute to jail. March 21, 2012 5:00 a.m. alarm sounding 5 W 1 S of Carmen at the Continental Gas Inc, Woods Co was advised. 9:03 p.m. US Monitoring advised lady having difficulty breathing at 200 block of W 5th in Helena, wanting ambulance, advised Helena Ambulance. March 22, 2012 12:16 a.m. accident, seriousness unknown at Hwy 58/Laflore CR, OHP advised of a possible wreck, wanted to know if we had someone, would check with trooper and let them make the call, requested ODOT to go check out a culvert, advised OHP no number required. 9:23 a.m. welfare check in Car-

men, respondents daughter did not go to school today and request a welfare check on her, has been hanging out with several subjects, she had left Tuesday and hasn’t been back, daughter made contact with father and is enroute to school, unit going to Aline School, one subject requested to meet deputy south of Aline Elevator. 10:28 a.m. welfare check on Pine Rd in Amorita, individual has not been seen in approx 10 days, subject is ill and takes a lot of meds, unit checked, subject is ok, advised respondent. 7:58 p.m. report of disturbance in Carmen, 2 individuals are fighting at 800 block of N Grand, he slammed her against the wall, unit enroute, 1 female enroute to Jiffy Trip, female has no marks and does not want to press charges. 9:09 p.m. blocked roadway 3-4 W of Burlington, semi’s sitting in road, does not appear to be an accident, is concerned there will be one, advised unit, he is in Carmen, advised OHP, trooper did not locate any semi’s on the roadway. 11:37 p.m. disturbance involving a female at Carmen Jiffy Trip, respondent advised the lady involved in the disturbance at 800 block of Grand could not find anywhere for her to stay, wanted officer to call her as soon as possible, wanted 1st Responders to go to the Jiffy Trip because she was having seizures and other problems, female sitting in car, trying to find a motel in Alva or Fairview, no vacancies, respondent called back, advised subject rammed individuals truck, bad, respondent was headed back to Jiffy Trip where unit was, accident was on private property, advised unit the problem with the motel, NW Crisis Center could help, enroute to Woodward Crisis Center with 1 female.

March 23, 2012 9:33 a.m. trucks blocking traffic 3 W of Ingersoll, there are 3 18-wheelers blocking half of the eastbound lane, 1 truck is broke down, unit advised & enroute, went to Ashley elevator, no trucks. 9:37 a.m. car in ditch ½ E of old flashing light, unit was advised & enroute. March 24, 2012 11:40 a.m. rock truck not tarped on Hwy 64, 18 wheeler has an untarped load of rock and is passing in no passing zones headed E towards Jet, advised OHP, was going to try and get someone out there. 3:04 p.m. parking in yard in Aline, respondent advised the Methodist Church is having people park in his yard, they are doing damage to his water sprinkler system, he would like them removed from his yard, unit advised a wedding at the church, people are leaving and moving their cars, unit is back to take a statement from the respondent. 3:47 p.m. speeding motorcycle going from the Nursing to the school in Carmen, he is popping wheelies, black with red rims, advised unit in the area. 5:57 p.m. pickup & pickup pulling trailer parked in lane of traffic on Hwy 11 W of Burlington 2 miles, advised OHP. 6:27 p.m. 3 mean dogs mauled her small dog at 400 block of N 5th in Carmen, advised unit. 9:32 p.m. small grass fire 2 S of the Carmen turnoff, Carmen advised it is a control burn. March 25, 2012 3:50 p.m. minor accident 6 miles E of Alva on hwy 64, no injuries, roadway is not blocked, advised OHP & Woods Co. 10:20 p.m. report of underage drinking in Carmen, advised unit.

Alfalfa County Real Estate Transactions Start Book 677, page 214 Real Estate Transfers Ehab Anwar to Vance Yandle: Lots 21 and 22, Block 32, Cherokee Original, aka 304 S. Oklahoma, Cherokee; quit claim deed. Kevin W. Clark and Kimberly A. Clark to Clark Farms Harvesting and Trucking, Inc. of Burlington: the West Half of the Northwest Quarter of Sec-

tion 15, Township 29 North, Range 12 WIM, with exception as described; corrected quit claim deed. Kevin W. Clark and Kimberly A. Clark to Clark Farms Harvesting and Trucking, Inc. of Burlington: the Southwest Quarter of Section 9, Township 28 North, Range 12 WIM; corrected quit claim deed. Jay Dee Wedel and Mae Wedel to

Berwyn L. Hoskins and Cynthia A. Hoskins: Lots 10, 11, and 12, Block 6, Towns of Goltry; quit claim deed. Lloyd Ross Clepper to Pamela Sue Clepper Smith, Jay William Clepper, and Gary Lloyd Clepper: Lot 1, Block 5 of the Gilmore Addition to the City of Cherokee; the South Half of See Real

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Alfalfa County Court Filings According to the affidavits and petitions on file, the following individuals have been charged. An individual is innocent of any charges listed below until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is a matter of public record and may be obtained by anyone during regular hours at the Alfalfa County Courthouse. The Alva Review-Courier will not intentionally alter or delete any of this information. If it appears in the courthouse public records, it will appear in this newspaper. Criminal Filings Travis Wesley Washburn, 30, Cherokee: (1) DUI; (2) Attempting to Elude Police Officer ($1,034.90). Misdemeanor Filings Tommy Joe Williams, 50, Cave City, AR: Driving while License is Under Suspension ($100). Sharon K. Robinson, 55, Waukomis: Driving while License is Under Suspension ($266.50). Theodore Pshigoda, 76, Cherokee: Assault & Battery ($296.50). Shane Nolan Harkins, 20, Cherokee: Public Intoxication ($299). Travis Wesley Washburn, 30, Cherokee: (1) Reckless Driving; (2) Driving while License is Under Suspension; (3) Ob-

structing an Officer ($687). Jason Dean Dooley, 30, Cherokee: Domestic Abuse in Presence of Child ($229). Divorce Filings Ashley Renee Sciara vs. Bernie Scott Stocking: Divorce. Marriage Filings James Dale Hyatt, 48, Cherokee and Paula Sue Peterman, 39, Cherokee: Marriage ceremony performed by judge. Protective Order Filings Jessica Denice Jeffrey vs. Jeanette Cochran. Traffic Filings Sabino Chacon-Juarez, 25, no address listed: Operating a motor vehicle without a valid CDL ($256.50). Christopher Alan Wharton, 29, no address listed: Failure to keep registration certificate in CMV ($211.50). Travis Wesley Washburn, 30, Cherokee: Transporting open container of beer ($316). Wayne Irwin Byrd, 65, Ada: Improper U turn ($211.50). The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Carl White Jordan, 24, Tulsa: 21-25 over ($281.50); Sharon K. Robinson, 55, Waukomis: 1-10 over ($188.50); Weston Kempton Pruitt, 42, Duncan: 1-10 over ($188.50).

Barber County Sheriff’s Log 03-19-12 Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from southwest of Kiowa to Kiowa Hospital. 03-19-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Washington Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 03-19-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Medicine Lodge Hospital to Enid. 03-20-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Medicine Lodge Hospital to Wichita.

03-20-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from east of Sharon to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 03-24-12 George Reid, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2011 Ford struck a deer on U281 near the BACO Landfill. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Sheriff Tomson. During the week officers received 9 reports of cattle out; 3 reports of horses out; performed 11 Public Assists; and assisted 4 other agencies. Arrests: 03-22-12 Joseph A. Ramirez, Dil-

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ley, Texas, W/M, 21. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: Criminal Damage to Property. Released 03-22-12 on $4,000 Surety Bond. 03-22-12 Anthony J. Dillard, Tuskahoma, Oklahoma, B/M, 19. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: Criminal Damage to Property. Released 03-22-12 on $4,000 Surety Bond. 03-22-12 Aaron L. Jones, Tuskahoma, Oklahoma, W/M, 22. Arrest by MLPD. Charges: Criminal Damage to Property 2. Criminal Threat. Released 03-22-12 on $4,000 Surety Bond.

Real Estate

the Northwest Quarter of Section 28, Township 28 North, Range 9 WIM; warranty deed. Juanita June Johnson and Bob Johnson to SandRidge Exploration and Production, LLC: a 3.45 acre tract of land as described in the Southeast Quarter of Section 27, Township 29 North, Range 10 WIM; special warranty deed. Winona H. Puffinbarger and Lynn D. Puffinbarger to SandRidge Explora-

tion and Production, LLC: a 9.70 acre tract of land as described in the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 27, Township 27 North, Range 11 WIM; special warranty deed. Mortgage Cory D Boehs and Suzanne Boehs to Farmers Exchange Bank, Helena, Okla.: a tract of land as described in the Southeast Quarter of Section 34, Township 24 North, Range 10 WIM; $192,000.


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Animals and Pets

For Sale

For Sale

6 Registered Angus Bulls. Tested Feedlot Bulls weighing 13001400 pounds. These are yearling potential herd buyers that will produce the added (bonus) you desire. Their ETD numbers predict they are the kind that will come easy, grow fast, and top the market at harvest. They are semen checked, trick tested, wormed and ready for your cows. Call 580-761-0260 Lon Hawkins

Yrlg Angus Bulls. Calving ease and performance bred. EPD’s available. 580-327-1461 or 580829-3087 For Sale 70 Fancy Black and Black White Faced 2 year old 1st Calf pairs. You cannot ask for a nicer set of commercial cows. 580-8840657 Armbruster Cattle Co.

Missing

from Northwest of Carmen. Registered Angus Bulls For Black Calf. MB left Hip. 580Sale. 14 - 18 months old. AI 829-2223 Sired, moderate birth weights, semen tested and ready to work. Automotive 1-4 year old proven calving ease For Sale bull. 1-18 month old Simx Angus Bull. Alan’s Cell 580-748-2828 ‘99 Flatbed 48” steel frame, aluminum bed. lots of extras Redhills Show Goat Sale $12,500. ‘78 Karico Double April 7 at 1pm. Medicine Lodge Conical insulated tanker trailer Sale Barn. Lunch sponsored by 7000 gal capacity. Some outside Farmer’s Cooperative. 620-886- damage $14,500. Alva area. Call 3332 Mark 970-209-1460 or Tim 580430-6006 Kingman Draft Horse Nice Trucks For Sale and Mule Sale. Apr 13-14. Kingman Activity Center, ‘04 Peterbilt Model 379 Cat Kingman, KS. April 13 engine 475 hp, 48” flat top Equipment 9am. Apr 14 sleeper, low miles. Truck is slick Horse and Mules at noon. and well maintained $45,000. Early consignment. Complete ‘06 Freightliner Columbia 60” dispersal of Major Cokeley’s, sleeper, Detroit 60 series 515 hp, Jennys and Jacks approx 40 nice clean truck $35,000. Alva head. Rodney Bergkamp 620- area. Mark 970-209-1460 or Tim 538-2333 Arlington, KS 580-430-6006

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Computer Plus

‘04 Chevy Tahoe, 1 owner, garage For all computer repair needs. kept, 3rd Rear Seat, 64,000 mi, Call Adam Swallow at 580327-4449 or 580-748-2349 or clean. 580-430-1642 come by 1329 Fair. Will do local For Sale housecalls ‘09 Yamaha V-Star, 650 CC with County Line Boot Repair Touring Pkg. $6000 firm. 580Repair Boots, Shoes and other 596-6319 Leather goods. Also Crepe Soles For Sale and special shoe build-ups. Levi ‘05 Harley Heritage Classic, Rose at 580-327-7078 12K. Bob Wallis 580-748-0375 Pasture Tree Clearing Business Services Save moisture and Grass. Let me clear trees in your pasture. Skid Depot Bar & Grill Steer and Marshall Tree Saw. Ed Wed-Pork Loin, Roast Potatoes, Grover. 580-474-2465 or 580Green Beans, Carrot Cake. Thurs542-0298 Chicken Noodle Casserole, Pasture Clearing Salad, French Bread. Coconut Pie. Fri- Chicken Fry, Mashed Twisted Timber. Russel Graves. Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Roll, 620-825-4080 Chocolate Cake. Open at 11am. Looks that Last.. Carry-out avail. 580-327-2212 Carpentry Interior-Exterior improvements. Room additions. Plaster Repair & Painting. Handicap Upgrades. Will also accommodate Farm & Ranch. 580-307-4598 or 620825-4285.

on your home, that is. We’ll help you make a timeless masterpiece of your home. WFM Total Construction, LLC. 580-327-7935. www. wfmtotalconstruction.com New Releases

New on DVD and BluRay this week at Rialto Video; Chipmunks From A-Z, New Construction, 2, A Dangerous Method and Soda Roofing, Additions, Remodeling, Springs Siding, Windows, Int/Ext, Easter Painting, All Work Guaranteed. Improve the value of your home. Tu-Tu’s and Hair Bows from Call 580-732-1028 the Busy B are great additions to your little ones Easter Basket. Custom Metal Buildings Busy B, 524 Flynn. Mon-Sat 10Pre-Engineered, custom, metal 5. 580-327-8030 buildings. Fast, Professional Professional Upholstery Erection and Short Lead Time, perfect for oil field, farm, with all types of furniture. Over commercial or residential use. To 55 yrs experience. Goltry, OK. schedule your building call DKS 580-496-2351 Construction at 405-802-4847 For Your Const Needs

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Help Wanted

of “National Quilting Month.” Lite-N-Nite. Apply in person. Free limited edition Quilter’s Kit 1624 Okla Blvd with purchase of the Sapphire Help Wanted 875 Quilt. This special ends March 31, 2012 Experienced Drivers Tanker Endorsement. $18/Hr. 2013 Kasie Mae’s Cafe Peterbuilts. Ultimate Energy 1 Block West of the bank in Cleo Services. Call Rick at 918-471Springs, OK. Wed-Sat 11am- 8627 9pm, Sun 11am-2pm. Serving Help Wanted beer and pizza! Catfish on Fridays! Best chicken fried steaks Established Trucking Company and calf fries in Major County! seeking Class A CDL Drivers to 412 N. Park St. 580-438-2259 service the Enid, Ok area. Drug Test Required. Health Insurance Give the MANN a Call! provided. Competitive Wages. Farm news, markets, weather, Haz-Mat a definite plus. Inquire sale barns, events, auctions and by calling 806-681-2392 and much more. Call today 855-ASK- asking for Landon MANN, 855-275-6266. Best of Help Wanted all it is Free Full-Time sales position Easter Gift Baskets available at local John Deere Dealership. Must be outgoing, at New-2-U. 1616 Okla Blvd personable and dependable. Pasture Tree Clearing Benefits include 401K, paid Cedar Tree Removal, Pasture vacation and holidays, company Tree Clearing, No Stumps, No vehicle, health insurance and Splinters. Brian Collins 580-884- competitive wages. Stop by 3126 College Blvd or email jbinder@ 0657 westernequipmentllc.com for an RV Hook-Ups application. 580-327-0105 2 RV Spaces available in Grant Wanted County, Wakita, OK. 580-542CDL Drivers. Tired of Oil 2520 Field? Haul Cattle and Grain. Employment Salary plus mileage, health ins, Help Wanted bonuses, beef. Family owned and operated. Drug Testing required. Class A CDL Truck Drivers 580-327-4830 for local rock hauling in the Alva area. Home every night. Help Wanted Competitive wages. For more Copier Technician needed. 580info call 620-951-4108 234-6363

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Now Hiring Class A

Farm Supplies

For Sale

Drivers for all shifts. Earn over $1,500 weekly/$17-$19.50 hourly. Excellent benefits. Over 30 years in business. Come be a valued member of our growing company that takes pride in our equipment and provides extensive oilfield training. Nicholas Services, 620930-7511

For Sale

Dining Table (mission style, cherrywood, 1 leaf) 4 chairs (cherrywood, taupe, upholstered seats, very sturdy built) $350. Call 580-748-1915

Help Wanted Jim Hale State Farm Ins. is seeking Auto Insurance Rep. Must be willing to train and meet licensing for Okla. Bring resume by our office, 211 Okla Blvd or email sharonhale.12@att.net Help Wanted Bookkeeper/Clerk. Full-Time. Good benefits. Need outgoing, dependable and friendly person. Computer skills required. Send Resume or pick-up applications. Simpson’s. 533 Main, Kiowa, KS 67070 Help Wanted Utility contractor looking for a year round Experienced High-Voltage Lineman, Line Operators with a Class A or B, CDL License preferred. Work located out of state, traveling required. Needs ambition. 800-669-5496 Help Wanted Utility contractor looking for year round Experienced Mechanic/Driver with a CDL License. Work located out of state, traveling required. Needs ambition. 800669-5496

10 Round Bales of Grass-Cow Hay $50. 580-748-2222 Garage Sales Yard Sale 929 Center. Fri 5pm-7pm. Sat 8amnoon. Lots of Children’s Clothes, tools, furniture, etc Lutheran Rummage Sale Thur and Fri noon-4pm. Sat 9am-2pm. Everything different. 212 Maple Miscellaneous For Lease Warehouse for lease. 1900 sq ft. 11’ high doors. Rock yard – can be expanded. 114 E. Main in Cherokee. 580-596-2476 or 580-748-0025 Choosing a Doctor It is best to do so before you ever become sick. Dr. Elizabeth Kinzie would love to be the first doctor you ever choose for yourself. Call 580-430-3366 Wanting to Buy 220 AC and a Gas or Electric Stove. 580327-1391

Under Construction Please excuse the mess as we update our theatre and concession area. Be advised we are limited in seating, so come early to guarantee your seating. Thanks, Rialto Theatre For Sale Water Cooler $100. 4 yr old Singer Inspiration Sewing Machine (like new) $100. 580-748-1258 For Sale Twin mechanical beds 580-327-2518. For Sale 10x45 Bumper-pull Spartan. 2 bdrm, 4 air conditioners and furnished. Call Randy Blunk 620-825-4788. Kiowa, KS. For Sale 7 person Hot Tub, new cover and easy lift mech. Red wood outside case and steps, 96 jets, dual filters, ozonator (low chemical use), built in CD player, lounge seat, bought in ‘06. $2500 firm. 580-7481915 Real Estate For Rent 2 bdrm, Wakita area. 580-603-2635 House to be moved Large white building and 4 bay garage located at 726 Flynn. For details contact 580-928-7229

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MURROW

REAL ESTATE & AUCTION

580-327-1998

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Border Line

so demurely and perfectly plays a somewhat innocent, star struck, petite young woman who ends up in the darnedest places. When Cherish Reeves, with long wavy autumn hair and jewels, slinks onto stage in her form-fitting little black dress, one would not believe that in real-life she is the mother of nine. She obviously has fun playing a vixen who is after the great tenor. Playing the grand dame of the theatre scene in Cleveland, a tiara-wearing Janice Hill swoons over the Italian opera star and puts on airs as only she can do. Dressed as a bellhop who secretly wants to sing, Justin Rugg is as funny as the box hat he wears while doing everything he can think of to meet the famous tenor. Director Kevin Cox led the cast into a show that lends itself a high note. For Rent 2 bdrm, Wakita area. 580-603-2635 For Sale ‘91 Holiday Rambler Trailer House. 2 40 pound bottles, new AC, new water heater, new refrig, new tires, microwave. Stansberry Welding. 580-254-1234 House For Sale 2bdrm, 1bth, bsmnt, new roof, new plumbing, newly remodeled bthrm w/ Jetted Tub, new CH/A unit. 1325 Lincoln St. Waynoka, OK. Asking $42,000. 580824-0604 For Rent Avail soon. RV and Truck Parking in Cherokee, OK. 580-603-9060 or 580-5962621 Open House at 30184 Country Club Court in Rolling Hills of Wood Lake Estates. Saturday, March 31st, 11am to 1pm. Pat White Realty. 580-327-4337 First Time Home Buyer Program. Zero Down. 100% Financing. E-Z Approval. Free Credit Report. No Money Required. 580-222-8862. visit foundersmortgageinc.com.

In Border Line’s “Lend Me a Tenor,” the robust, tipsy, Italian tenor (Mick Gillig) gives singing tips to a wanna-be singer (Matt Cantrell) who has a few tricks in his repertoire. Photo by Yvonne Miller


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