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Pipeline makes its way through Alfalfa


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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. 6 p.m. Heart of Healing Grief Support Group will meet the third Thursday of the month in Suite C of the Alva Professional Building. Open to the public, the group offers support before, during and after the loss of a loved one. 7 p.m. The Alva Elks Lodge meets the first and third Thursday of each month except July & August when they meet only the 3rd Thursday. Meeting 8

p.m. during daylight saving time. 7 p.m. La Leche League meets the third Thursday of the month at the Alva First Baptist Church. LLL is a breastfeeding group supporting pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. 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.

Accidental appropriations errors, executive sessions keep Alfalfa commissioners busy By Roger McKenzie Alfalfa County Treasurer Valerie Vetter kicked off Monday’s meeting of the Alfalfa County commissioners by quickly responding to a couple of accidental computations that were in error on a recent appropriations document approved by the county. She appeared to detail the errors, how they happened and what has been done to assure they won’t happen again. No action was needed by the commissioners who praised the treasurer for

being so thorough in handing the matter. One of the errors was a typo that affected appropriations for highway cash available for use by the commissioners. The total amount available for each commissioner was correct. The other was a computational mistake that involved funds for the EMS. The EMS, which is operating well financially, was not harmed at all because the mistake actually gave them credit for more revenue, not less. Corrections have been made and will appear in the next report. Vetter visited with the auditor’s office and has taken steps to prevent the problem from reoccurring. Most of the rest of the commissioners’ meeting was taken up by not one but two executive sessions, The first and longest involved interviewing three candidates for the position of Alfalfa Commissioners’ secretary to replace Phoebe Angle who is leaving. The commissioners narrowed down a large field recently to four candidates. One could not come Monday, but the other three were interviewed. No action was taken, pending an upcoming interview with the fourth

candidate. The second executive session, much shorter, was with Assistant District Attorney Westline Ritter. She spoke with the commissioners regarding a recently filed lawsuit against the county involving a minor who was injured by a door in the courthouse. The lawsuit seeks in excess of $10,000 and attorney’s fees and court costs for sustained injuries to the child’s “mind and body.” No action was taken pursuant to the executive session. Fourteen road crossing permits were approved totaling $13,250. Nine, totaling $6,250, were located in District 1. Three, totaling $4,750, were in District 2. District 3 had two permits, totaling $2,250 in fees. A private property easement was approved in District 1 in the Southwest Quarter of Section 30, Township 29, Range 12. The rest of the meeting consisted of the routine approval of the minutes of the previous meeting, maintenance and operations warrants, and blanket purchase orders.


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South Barber gets EMC-KAKEland Reading Caravan award

By Yvonne Miller South Barber PK-6 school students in Kiowa, Kan., had a treat Friday. Wichita KAKE News Anchor Susan Peters read a story to them in person. And their school received $500 to purchase new books for the library. This is the result of a partnership between EMC Insurance Companies and KAKE-TV who formed the EMCKAKEland Reading Caravan designed to promote the importance of reading to elementary school students. Teacher Delores Diel wrote the application for South Barber Elementary. Each month the Reading Caravan travels to the winning school in the KAKE viewing area. EMC presents $500 to the school to help fund its library and/or reading programs. Students had fun listening and participating as Peters, a petite darkhaired beauty, read The Napping House to them with animation. As the TV camera scanned across the gymnasium full of students, youngsters waved, smiled and cheered – hoping to see themselves when the piece aired on the newscast the next day.

The KAKE news camera rolls as anchor Susan Peters reads to South Barber Elementary students. Photo by Yvonne Miller


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Lynn Says

‘When you have open government, you have better government’ By Lynn L. Martin I attended a conference entitled “Oklahoma Sunshine:12 Forging a commitment to Open Government” in Edmond, Okla., at the Oklahoman Building on Saturday. The main thrust of the conference was to help educate journalists, officeholders, and journalism students from the state’s larger universities about the importance of using the open meetings and open records laws to make sure officials at any level are not misspending taxpayer funds. Several heavy-weight speakers were on the agenda including State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones. Also on the program were House Speaker Kris Steele, Rep. Jason McMurphey and Senator David Holt. It was a stroke of luck by the program schedulers that Jones was present since he released a report about three days earlier that an investigative audit by his office revealed that the Oklahoma State Department of Education maintained two “hidden slush funds” that were not reported to auditors. The State Auditor encouraged the media members present to be even more aggressive at publishing check registers, payroll records, and other financial transactions by taxpayer supported entities because when the general public has a chance to see these records, they may spot possible irregularities that should be investigated by news reporters and external auditors. That suggestion of publishing more financial records was brought about because the auditors could not find records of travel, hotel and meal expenses incurred by state education officials at offi-

cial events. Finally, one auditor contacted the hotel where the officials stayed and obtained records from the hotel which revealed $20,000 had been expended. When they asked to see the hotel records of how the $20,000 was paid, that’s when the hidden accounts were discovered. Several at the Oklahoma Sunshine meeting commented during audience participation that the two “slush funds” represent quite an embarrassment to all levels of education in the state since they are constantly pleading for more money from the legislature. Auditor Gary Jones described during his remarks that former State Superintendent Sandy Garrett did not respond to numerous telephone calls from his office during the investigation. He said he even approached her one to one that he needed to talk to her when they both happened to be at the State Capitol, but she did not contact him. This avoidance raised the auditor’s suspicions even more. He did note that he has been accused of making this a “partisan witch hunt” because he and Garrett are of opposite political parties. Jones forcefully said that accusation is false and that any auditor who found hidden accounts would have responded in the same manner. Jones argued that because state employees were used to solicit the “donations” in the accounts on state time in state paid facilities that caused the funds raised to become funds of the State of Oklahoma and should have been reported to auditors. The following comes from news reports by the Daily Oklahoman. The funds were established during the tenure of State Supt. of Schools Sandy Garrett. She claims the funds were legal and appropriate and saved the taxpayers thousands of dollars. Damon Gardenhire, spokesman for the state education department, said when state schools Superintendent Janet Barresi took office and realized they were paying $25,000 a year to have the accounts managed, she had them closed. The investigation was released Wednesday by the state Auditor and Inspector’s Office and detailed how state education department officials spent

about $2.3 million over the course of 10 years out of two undisclosed funds. The accounts were used to purchase food and alcohol at annual education conferences hosted under the leadership of former state school superintendent Sandy Garrett. “Really the $2.3 million is a savings to Oklahoma,” Garrett said. “Those are monies raised over 10 years. They were totally audited. ... The educators of this state felt like it was very crucial to have a two-day conference where they could understand the new laws and the amended laws.” The state auditor said it’s up to law enforcement and state leadership to determine where the investigation will go. It’s shocking if indeed the findings are true,” said House Speaker Kris Steele, R-Shawnee, who had not read the entire audit report. “I do not believe it is appropriate to expend government money, taxpayer resources on nongovernment services.” Aaron Cooper, spokesman for the governor, said Gov. Mary Fallin is talking with her legal counsel and the Attorney General’s office about where to go from here. “The governor is committed to transparency and accountability in state government and will work to ensure this does not happen again,” Cooper said in a written statement. Garrett said that they had an agreement to have the Oklahoma State School Boards Association manage the accounts. OSSBA is a nonprofit organization that serves member school districts across the state. Contracts signed by Garrett show that the money was to be transferred to new accounts managed by OSSBA, and the association would receive $25,000 a year to manage the accounts. The contract also stipulates that an annual audit will be paid for out of the new accounts. The investigative report says that, in February 2010, almost all of the contents of the slush funds — roughly $92,000 — was transferred to OSSBA. “The remaining balance in the accounts — $783.51 — was deposited into a state revolving fund, Gardenhire said.


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Parenting through Timberlake separation and class restores divorce scheduled stock trailer Divorcing parents are often faced with many new problems during this difficult time for the entire family. Although their marriage is ending, their role as parents continues through their lives. To help make this transition easier, Northwest Family Services Inc. staff member Ginger Smith, M.B.S. will be teaching their Parenting Through Separation and Divorce class Monday night, March 19, 2012. The class will be in Cherokee from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., in the Civics Room (1st floor) of the Alfalfa County Courthouse, 300 South Grand. To enroll, please call Northwest Family Services at 580-3272900. Participants must pre-enroll; the class will be canceled if there is inadequate pre-enrollment. Class costs $30 per person. This class was designed at the request of the courts to help divorcing couples understand the problems their children may experience during and after a divorce or separation. It will fulfill the court order for all divorcing parents. Parents will learn skills to parent cooperatively, even though they are divorced.

In the class, parents will learn how to effectively communicate with their children and with their former spouse. They will practice reflective listening skills and will study various active communication techniques and non-verbal communications. They will also practice workable negotiation styles for dealing with conflict and rules for effective expressions. Recognizing and avoiding Pain Games is another topic of consideration. Parents will learn to recognize and cease games like I-Spy, Set-up, and Wishbone, which are likely to hurt the children. Class members will also discuss various options for parenting, such as joint custody and mediation. In 2012, the Parenting Through Separation and Divorce Class will be taught monthly on the third Monday rotating sites as follows: March 19 - Cherokee, April 16 – Alva, May 21 – Fairview, June 18 – Cherokee, July 16 – Alva, August 20 - Fairview, September 17 – , NoCherokee, October 15 – Alva vember 19 – Fairview, December 17 – Cherokee.

The Timberlake FFA Ag Mechanic’s class just recently finished with its three month restoration process with one of the FFA’s livestock trailer. The trailer was completely sanded down from front to back, primed, painted, and clear coated. Along with new lights inside and out, new diamond plate metal installed on the front and fender wells, new tires and rims, a Timberlake FFA decal and pin striping, and a twelve pen system inside for the hauling of livestock. Members of the Timberlake Ag Mechanics class include Cameron Weaver, Katie Hawkins, Casey Carson, Mitchell Ballard, Coy Troutt, Kacey Reinhart, Allen Jenlink, Jordan Nichols, Braden Seaman, Jacob Henderson, Sage Powers, Tanner Slovacek, Logan Campbell.


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Molz donates to theater, police chief resigns, council divided on housing

By Yvonne Miller The Kiowa (Kan.) City Council held an over three hour meeting Monday night, covering a two-and-a-half page agenda. Mayor Brandon Farney presided over the meeting with all councilmen present: Bill Watson, Brian Hill, Russel Molz, Brandon Poland and Mark Lambert. City Administrator Nathan Law also sat at the council table as did City Clerk Marlo Rugg and City Attorney Laurel McClellan. Molz Donates $90,000 for Chief Theater Projector In his report to council, Law thanked local longtime oilman and farmer Jim Molz for his $90,000 donation for improvements at the Chief Theater. Specifically, the donation will purchase a muchneeded new projector. “Outstanding,” is the word Law used to describe the gift. Law said he couldn’t find enough words of appreciation for

Molz and his generosity to the community through the years with youth and other projects. “I hope Jim and the rest of the family know how sincerely appreciated they are for what they’ve done for this community. It is truly amazing,” Law said. Law told the Newsgram the roof replacement on the theater building is over $82,000. They need over $200,000 for total theater improvements, he said. Police Chief Resigns, to Advertise for New Chief Near the end of the meeting, Kiowa Police Chief Mike Moreland presented his resignation effective March 31. Moreland became Kiowa’s police chief three years ago and now that he’s turning 65 said it’s time to retire. He told council he would work part-time for a while if they need him. Moreland recommended council appoint Kiowa Police Officer Ryan Laney as chief to replace him. Council said they will advertise for

the police chief position. However, they appointed Officer Laney as Acting Police Chief, effective April 1. In this temporary position, Laney can apply for the fulltime chief position like any other officer. Moreland requested purchase of two more tasers for the police department as they have one. Cost is $2086. Council agreed the city will pay for one. The cost of the other taser will come from the police VIN Fund. Council Divided Opinions on Manufactured Housing Code Law recommended council approve Ordinance 390 which establishes a manufactured home and recreational vehicle code for the city as suggested by the planning commission. Specifically, the code includes rules and regulations for the placement, quality and composition for the above mentioned. See Kiowa Page 35


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classmates for the runaway wheelchair incident, his love of baseball and the St. Louis Cardinals He is finally going home to his maker and our mom. He will be missed greatly. We love you Ernie.

EVELYN PARIS Funeral services for Evelyn Paris are pending with Marshall Funeral Home of Alva. Services will be Friday, March 16, 10:30 a.m., First Christian Church.

Obituaries ERNIE BRANSTETTER Former resident Ernie Branstetter, son of Ernest and the late Fredalene Branstetter pased away March 8, 2012 in Lawton, Oklahoma, at the age of 49 years. He is survived by his father Ernest of Duncan, one brother, Brian and his wife Janie of Duncan, their three daughters, Alyssa, Krista and Tara and their husbands and children; three sisters, Denise Corr of Alva, and her son Tyson, Laura Branstetter of Tulsa and her son Richard Earles and daughter, Dacia Earles, Gayle Hill of Oklahoma City and her son Aaron and two daughters Sharee and Marissa and their children; several uncles, aunts, cousins and very close friends. He is best remembered by his Alva

J. D. KYSAR Funeral services for J. D. Kysar, 83, are pending with Marshall Funeral Home of Waynoka LLC. CHERRI FALLIS LYONS Funeral services for Cherri Fallis Lyons, 55, were held at 6 p.m. Monday, March 12, 2012 at the Bethel Baptist Church in Cherokee with the Rev. Ed Jones officiating. Burial followed in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery under the direction of the Goodwin Funeral Home of Cherokee. She was born Feb. 11, 1957 in Wichita, Kan., to Buck and Jean Jones Fallis, and passed away March 7, 2012 at her home in Cherokee. She and Luke Lyons were married July 28. 1999 in Cherokee where they made their home. In addition to her husband Luke she is survived by her mother, her son, three brothers, four granddaughters, four stepsons, and two nephews.

ELBERT LEROY STAUFFER Elbert LeRoy Stauffer was born on the family farm west of Cherokee on September 18, 1924 to Charles David and Clara Eva Andree Stauffer. He passed away from cancer March 10, 2012 at the age of 87 in Derby, Kansas A graduate of Lambert High School, he married Neomi Marie Johnson in 1944. He married Betty Hay from Cherokee in 1989. He is survived by his two daughters, one grandson, four great grandchildren, several cousins, nieces and nephews, as well as his two step daughters and their children. Funeral services will be Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 2 p.m. at the Driftwood Christian Church with pastors Brian Wright, Gib Clark, and Greg Schmidt officiating. Memorials may be made to the Driftwood Christian Church, Cherokee, Oklahoma or to Town and Country Christian Church, Alva, Oklahoma.


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With this code a trailer or mobile home is not allowed on a single lot, only in a mobile home park. The reason Law brought this subject to council’s attention is he has at least four people wanting to put a single-wide trailer in Kiowa, mainly for oil and gas purposes, he said. The administrator said he won’t issue a building permit without a clear definition in the paperwork. That’s why he proposed Ordinance 390. “We’re zoned for residential, but no other areas,” Law said. Lambert said, “I see this as just another deterrent to keep people away from Kiowa.” Poland said, “It puts a standard of housing in your town.” Molz told council, “You better take these boys’ money while they are here. You’re going to run off your business.” Beyond the oil and gas traffic, Molz mentioned hook-up availability for harvesters’ trailers. “Why doesn’t the city own a trailer park?” Molz asked. Watson moved to approve the ordinance, seconded by Poland. Those two voted yes with Hill, Lambert and Molz voting no so the motion failed. Despite the failed motion, Mayor Farney said the administrator still needs direction. McClellan spoke of the threat of devaluing neighborhoods. The attorney told council, “You aren’t going to get it decided tonight.” So Law said that he must deny those building permit applications and recommend that those wanting to park mobile homes go through an appeals process that will take about six weeks. Poland asked Law to look at the policies of surrounding towns.

Kiowa Tree City USA 16th Consecutive Year Council approved donating $600 to Kiowa’s Tree Board to replace and maintain shrubs and trees in the city right of ways and parks. Member Carra Mayberry said this is the 16th consecutive year for Kiowa’s designation as a Tree City USA. To date, 162 trees/bushes were planted. Member Bev Miller said the Downtown Beautification Project is ongoing with flower pots in front of businesses. Tree Board members Fred Gillig, Sharon Kimmell and Mike McGinley were reappointed for a 2012-2015 term. Longtime member Melvin Conrad and his wife moved to Wichita. Carra mentioned how much the board misses Melvin. Mayor Farney read and signed a proclamation designating April 27 as Kiowa’s Arbor Day. Other City of Kiowa Business • Council approved Barber County Development annual dues, $3,078. • Previously council approved purchase of a street sweeper from Kay Equipment. Council approved keeping financing with local banks and making monthly payments. • Resolution No. 249 for a purchasing policy that sets spending limits for au-

thority heads was approved. • Resolution No. 250 received approval. It’s for a capital improvements plan and vehicle/equipment replacement program. • Council approved having city staff make improvements to the chlorine room at the well house at a estimated cost of $4,670.89. • There were some inquiries but no bids on the city-owned building at 630 Main Street (the old Slusher building next to the dilapidated bowling alley building.) One negative comment was about the pigeons living in the bowling alley building and the stench they generate. Law recommends that the city have employees or contractual labor clean-up the property. • The city’s mobile radio system needs updated. Council approved the cost of $22,818 to replace and narrowband. • Council approved Ordinance No. 391 to increase court costs from $93.50 to a maximum of $98. Hill and Watson voted no. • Council is advertising for a Pool Manager and a seasonal laborer to mow, etc. • A tornado siren test is supposed to happen today (Wednesday) about 12:15 p.m.


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South Barber Livestock Judging Contest, 4-H Results

By Tim Marshall, County Agent On February 29, 2012, Barber County 4-H livestock judgers competed at the South Barber FFA livestock judging contest in Kiowa. The contest consisted of eight placing classes, one set of oral reasons, and one set of questions for the 4-H members. In the Regular 4-H division, Barber County was represented by ten judgers. The team of Cade Lonker, Luke Fisher, and Clay Holcomb finished in 1st Place with a score of 1206. Each of these in-

dividuals finished the day in the top 10 with overall individual placings of 1st, 2nd and 10th respectively with scores of 415, 411 and 380. The Regular 4-H division consisted of 22 judgers from 5 counties. In the Beginner 4-H division, there were 7 judgers from Barber County. From the field of 14 in the division, Barber County 4-H members claimed five of the top ten scores: Faith Poland, 1st; Easton Rector, 3rd; Sterling Rector, 4th; Kirk Fisher, 6th; and Allie Hoch, 7th.

Kevin Cosper is a freshman at AlineCleo High School. He was chosen as Student of the Month for January. His philosophy about school is “Just do your work and do it efficiently.� He enjoys competing in Academic Bowls and hanging with friends. He gets his inspiration from his parents, John and April Cosper, Cleo Springs.

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Drake enlists in Kansas National Guard By Yvonne Miller South Barber senior David Drake enlisted in the Kansas National Guard in February. Drake will train one weekend a month with the Recruit Sustainment Program in Dodge City, Kan., until his graduation from SBHS in May. Then he’ll ship out for 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training. In the fall Drake will attend KState as a simultaneous member of the National Guard and the Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC). When he graduates, Drake will be a Commissioned Officer. At that time he’ll decide whether to remain with the National Guard or serve actively in the armed forces. “I am very proud of this young man,” SFC David Johnson, Recruiting and Retention NCO with the Kan. Army National Guard, said. “He is the future of our military.” David is the son of Nathan and Robin Drake of Hardtner, Kan. A senior at SBHS, David Drake signs to enlist in the Kansas Army National Guard with Recruiting and Retention NCO, SFC David Johnson. His parents Nathan and Robin Drake watch.

University of Kansas announces fall 2011 honor roll Katie May Sternberger of Hardtner, Kansas, an undergraduate student at the University of Kansas earned honor roll distinction for the fall 2011 semester. She is a senior in Slavic Languages & Literature. She was named to the honor roll for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Honor roll criteria vary among the

university’s academic units. Some schools honor the top 10 percent of students enrolled, some establish a minimum grade-point average and others raise the minimum GPA for each year students are in school. Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.


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Waynoka High School student selected as national youth delegate Maria Wilcox, of Waynoka, a student at Waynoka High School has been selected to represent Oklahoma as a National Youth Delegate at the 2012 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment at George Mason University. Wilcox has been awarded opportunity to join a select group of 250 students from across the country to participate in an intensive study week-long of leadership in environmental science and conservation. Wilcox was chosen based on academic accomplishments and a demonstrated interest and excellence in leadership in the sciences and conservation studies. George Mason University along with partners, National Geographic and the National Zoo are excited to welcome the nation’s youth scholars to Washington, D.C. With distinguished faculty, guest speakers, and direct access to elite D.C. practitioners, the Washington Youth Summit on the Environment offers aspiring environmentalists and student leaders an unparalleled experience. The weeklong program is held at George Mason University’s state-of-the-art campus.

The Summit will encourage and inspire young leaders who desire a unique experience focused on successful careers in this dynamic industry. The Washington Youth Summit on the Environment will be held June 24-29, 2012.

The Washington Youth Summit on the Environment (WYSE) is a unique student leadership conference designed to develop and encourage future leaders in the important field of environmental studies and conservation in the 21st century.


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Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log March 5, 2012 5:24 p.m. medical call to 900 block of S Grand, advised Cherokee Ambulance. March 6, 2012 3:19 p.m. renter trouble in Carmen, caller advised their renters are tearing up the rent house, went off the contract, screened in porch is tore up, they hear banging as they are speaking to us, rent was due Feb. 21st, unit advised & enroute, renter advised their grandchild took a butter knife and cut a hole in the screen, they also advised they pay $800 a month. 4:00 p.m. grass fire at Latimer Rd/ CR 710, dispatched Burlington & Amorita/Byron FD’s, advised high line down caused fire, notified AEC, all units back at station. 5:53 p.m. report of a pit bull charging after kids in Nescatunga, caller advised a big white pit bull charged at his children, had a stick or it would have bitten them, he called in Sunday about the same dog, needed an officer, respondent advised the owners came out and he advised he was going to shoot the dog if it got on his property again, owner went to verbally abusing the respondent & wife in front of kids, got problem taken care of. 6:24 p.m. Logan Co Sheriff’s department advised if we have subject in custody please hold, we have valid warrants on subject, advise if he has any local charges and when he will be ready for pickup. 8:13 p.m. motorist assist 4 miles N of jet, vehicle with flat tire, need assistance in changing it, 2 units went out to see what was going on. 8:33 p.m. 1 black cow out at 45 & 58 Jct up by the fence on the S side, advised possible owner, said they would take care of it. March 7, 2012 11:47 a.m. unattended death at 300 block of W main in Cherokee, respondent advised she is dead, needs an officer here now, was so upset, could not make sure of what he is saying, advised CPD.

5:46 p.m. report of dogs running loose in Carmen, respondent advised 2 pit bulls are running loose, killed one of his cats, the owner of the pitbulls called and said she is going to put them to sleep tomorrow, advised unit. March 8, 2012 7:37 a.m. cow out 3 N of Cherokee, advised possible owner, going to go check. 7:59 a.m. car in ditch 2 W of 4-way stop, people are gone from the scene, unit advised that vehicle is out of ditch. 9:11 a.m. accident seriousness unknown, Woods Co advised there is a rollover wreck 1 W of Jet, the Onstar operator put me thru to the respondent, she advised driver is at the Jet Jiffy Trip, someone called ACSO and advised that Fairview Wrecker is enroute to get the truck, gave info to unit. 9:00 p.m. trucks dumping salt water on the side of the hwy at 11/38 Jct, advised unit and he advised there is a water pit there that they are dumping into. 9:40 p.m. minor accident on CR 670 E of Amorita then N 1 mile, truck rollover, no injuries, advised OHP. March 9, 2012 9:33 a.m. disturbance 7 W of Ingersoll, respondent advised he wants subject arrested, he tore up his house and took the kids. 11:33 a.m. grass fire ¼ N of Hwy 11 on CR 710, need a firetruck on property ¼ N of Fish Hatchery Rd, sent page out 2 times to NFD, enroute to scene, back at station. 12:56 p.m. minor accident N of Cherokee at 11/58 Jct, 2 vehicles, no injury, CPD did not check if roadway was blocked or not, trooper enroute to scene. 8:23 p.m. motorist assist on Hwy 8 N of Major Co line, OHP advised vehicle doesn’t have any lights, husband is enroute, unit requested SO call Major Co, request if they could meet him in Cleo and take female and child to a motel in Fairview, advised her husband is not very far away, he will wait with her. 10:10 p.m. alarm company advised of an alarm going off at 400 block of W Main in Carmen, made contact with owner, they are closing up and had a malfunction, do not need an officer, advised alarm co. March 10, 2012 2:35 a.m. report of a pickup stopped in the middle of the road on Byron

blacktop 3 ½ miles E of Byron, driver was either drunk or dead, respondent could not get the driver to move, Ok St called and had the same report, then advised the pickup was moving and headed west into Byron, no tag number. 4:40 a.m. aggressive driving N of Cherokee, caller advised there was a maroon car that ran a stop sign and almost hit a white pickup, advised unit. 8:02 a.m. fire S of 38/11 Jct, mack truck on fire, paged Nescatunga they requested A&B, NFD enroute with 1 brush rig 1 tanker 4 persons, cancel A&B, NFD on scene, fire out, no one there, back at station. 5:27 p.m. medical call to NW Inn in Woodward, need ambulance for man having severe abdominal pain, gave number to Woodward SO, respondent called back immediately, could not get SO to answer, advised Woodward of ambulance needed, where, who & why. 10:26 p.m. report of drinking & loud music at the What Not Shop in Nescatunga on Hwy 38, respondent said their kids or themselves could not sleep, unit enroute, respondent called again, they were having problems with the same party again, their house was vibrating from the music. March 11, 2012 9:30 a.m. minor accident at far end of 1st St in Aline, there is a white pickup upside down at the far end of the street, could not see anyone in the pickup, advised OHP. 4:00 p.m. hit & run S of Carmen turnoff by RR tracks, respondent advised a car started to pull off the road, then bolted back on and rammed him, ran him off the road and took off, there were several witnesses, one respondent called OHP, advised OHP had the vehicle stopped, trooper was headed back to respondent. 4:40 p.m. report of a pickup flying everywhere in Carmen, respondent advised her kids were playing basketball behind the Jiffy Trip and a 2-tone brown pickup w/ orange stripe came flying down the road, believes the driver to be an unlicensed individual, pickup is sitting in front of a duplex, respondent took girls home, was afraid they would get hurt or run over, advised unit. March 12, 2012 12:39 a.m. cow out N of Alva, gave respondent Woods Co number.


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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. Misdemeanor Filings Dalton Len Cheshire, 19, Aline: (1) Unlawful possession of marijuana; (2) Unlawful possession of paraphernalia. Brennan Michael Virgil Seaman, 20, Goltry: Driving while license is under suspension. Michael Andrew Brown, 48, Helena: Obstructing an officer. Chleo Brown, 75, no address listed: Obstructing an officer. Michael Dee Wallace, 51, no address listed: Reckless driving. Roland Edward Best II, 41, Lahoma:

DUI.

Civil Filings Darrell Eck vs. Russell D. Meloy: Terminating oil & gas lease. Betty M. Weber et al vs. Chesapeake Operating Inc: Terminating oil & gas lease. Discover Financial Services vs. Keith Andrew Vogelsong: Indebtedness for an amount more than $6,000. Cavalry Portfolio Services vs. Danny G. Lohmann: Indebtedness for an amount more than $1,000. Christi Jones vs. Stephen Hall: Friendly suit. Lacey Rhodes et al vs. Alfalfa County: Damages. Lunv Funding LLC vs. Dave L. Keller: Breach of contract. Marriage Filings Nathan Wayne Cunningham, 36, Harrisonville and Dawn Denise Lucas, 44, Shawnee: Marriage ceremony performed by judge. Caleb Wayne Harland Stacey, 25, Alva and Ashley Daryl Collier, 17, Alva: Marriage license.

Protective Order Filings Bernie Scott Stocking vs. Ashley Renee Stocking. Traffic Filings Bonnie S. Haworth, 45, Winfield, KS: Overweight on group of 2 ($596.50). James Mathew Rachel, 26, Rio Vista, TX: Transporting open container of alcohol ($316). The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Jose L. Loa Carapia, 21, Cherokee: 1-10 over ($188.50); Jason Edgar Knight, 33, Alma, AR: 1-10 over ($188.50); Debra Denise Coulter, 53, Aline: 1-10 over ($188.50); Johnny Joseph Sartori, 35, Norman: 1-10 over ($188.50); Justin Dean Mcclary, 18, Alva: 1-10 over ($188.50); Roland Edward Best II, 41, Lahoma: 16-20 over ($241.50). The following individuals received a citation for failure to wear seatbelt ($20 fine): Terry Floyd Kraus Jr., 48, Cherokee; Bobby Ray Looney, 29, OKC; Tyrell Ashley Beckner, 30, Cleo Springs.

Barber County Sheriff’s Log 03-08-12 Deputy Rugg investigated suspicious activity at a well site off K2. 03-08-12 Medicine Lodge Fire Department responded to a residential fire on Curry Lane. 03-10-12 Deputy Rugg investigated a report of trespassing in Hazelton. 03-10-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Oak Street to the Medicine Lodge Hospital.

During the week officers received 4 reports of cattle out; one report of horses out; and performed 11 public assists. Arrests: 03-05-12 Patrick P. Melendrez, Madison, Wisconsin, W/M, 39. Arrest by KHP. Charge: Driving while Suspended. 03-05-12 Joshua Allen Jackson, Medicine Lodge, KS, W/M, 28. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: Domestic Battery. Released 0305-12 on $1,000 Bond.

Alfalfa County Real Estate Transactions Start Book 675, page 751 Real Estate Transfers Beverly Jo Couch, aka Beverly J. Couch, to Beverly Jo Couch and Pamela Kae Couch Hightower, Co-trustees of the Beverly Couch Revocable Trust, dated Jan. 21, 2012: all of Beverly Jo Couch’s interest in the following—the Southwest Quarter of Section 2 and an undivided half interest in the Northwest Quarter of Section 17, all in Township 23 North, Range 10 WIM; an undivided half interest in the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 25 North, Range 10 WIM; and the Northwest Quarter and

the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 18, Township 24 North, Range 9 WIM; quit claim deed. Meron K. Gipson Burleson to Jacklyn Tobi Highfill: all that part of Block 2, subdivision of the Northwest Quarter of Section 11, Township 26 North, Range 11 WIM, as described: quit claim deed. William G. Klick and Reba E. Klick to Randall Klick and Paulette Klick: Lots 3 and 4 in Block 6, Myer’s Addition to Cherokee; warranty deed. Keith F Kisling spa Keith Kisling, and Marlene Kisling to Keith F. Kisling, Trustee, under the Keith F. Kisling

Revocable Living Trust, dated Jan. 1, 2012: (1) the North Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 7, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; (2) the South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 7, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; (3) the Southwest Quarter of Section 10, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; (4) the Northwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; (5) the South 50 acres of the Northeast Quarter in Section 15, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; the North 108.8 See Real

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118,000 Miles. $12,500 obo. 620825-6130

For Sale E of Alva. Gold Lab Mix. Call 580327-1197 ‘03 Chevy S10 PU LS. Exc cond. Rino spray liner in bed. Mileage For Sale 36,307, like new Kelly Blue 1 F Adult Bassett. 1 M Adult Book is $8500 will sell for $8000. Bassett. 1 Bassett male puppy. 580- Great gas mileage. Always kept in 430-9405 or hommerspec123@ garage. 580-748-3897 yahoo.com. For Sale For Sale ‘06 Buick Rainier, 76,000 mi, English Bulldog pups, AKC. AWD $13,000. Contact Kelly at goldtreebulldogs.com. 580-542- 580-327-4869 2460 For Sale Misty’s Dog Grooming ‘05 Cimarron 4 Horse Trailer. Weekdays, evenings and Sat. Call Dressing room, good cond. Misty 580-327-6653 lv msg $15,000. 580-748-2222 Saddle For Sale Used. $250 neg. 620-213-1424

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We’ll show you how to build your dream home and afford to live Border Collie pups. Born Jan 13. in it. WFM Total Construction, 2M, 2F. Shots and wormed. 580LLC. 580-327-7935. www. 474-2649 wfmtotalconstruction.com Total Package Bull Sale Carpentry Registered Angus bull sale. March Interior-Exterior improvements. 26, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. Selling 79 Room additions. Plaster Repair & 18-month old Fall bulls and 66 Painting. Handicap Upgrades. Will Spring bulls. Freedom, Oklahoma. also accommodate Farm & Ranch. Contact info is Ky Luddington. 580-307-4598 or 620-825-4285. 580-327-7127. Konnie Ott 620239-4185 or 620-886-2081. Computer Plus Automotive

For all computer repair needs. Call Adam Swallow at 580-327For Sale 4449 or 580-748-2349 or come by ‘05 Chevy Z71 Tahoe. Black, 1329 Fair. Will do local housecalls

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Professional Upholstery

We’re Still Buying

with all types of furniture. Over 55 Iron and Cars $180/Ton. Copper, yrs experience. Goltry, OK. 580- Brass, Aluminum, All Metals. 496-2351 Scribner Salvage. 1208 Fair Street. 580-327-1313 For Your Const Needs Pasture Tree Clearing From A-Z, New Construction, Roofing, Additions, Remodeling, Save moisture and Grass. Let me Siding, Windows, Int/Ext, clear trees in your pasture. Skid Painting, All Work Guaranteed. Steer and Marshall Tree Saw. Ed Improve the value of your home. Grover. 580-474-2465 or 580-542Call 580-732-1028 0298 Dan’s Pest Control Custom Metal Buildings Pre-Engineered, custom, metal buildings. Fast, Professional Erection and Short Lead Time, perfect for oil field, farm, commercial or residential use. To schedule your building call DKS Construction at 405-802-4847 County Line Boot Repair

Guarantees you a Pest Free home or business, at an affordable price. It is time to get your home treated for Spiders, Scorpions, Wasps, Ants, Flies, Bed Bugs & other flying & crawling pests. Dan and Sherry will be servicing the Alva area Feb 22, 23, 24, Mar 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. 580-7481953

Repair Boots, Shoes and other Rugged Steel Leather goods. Also Crepe Soles Pre-Engineered Buildings. We and special shoe build-ups. Levi manufacture sheet metal and Rose at 580-327-7078 specialize in all your steel building Did You Know needs. To schedule your building, please call John Green 405-316when you buy a sewing machine or 0555 or Mike Lawver 580-234serger from Alva Sewing Center, 0627 your first yearly tune-up is Free, owner classes are Free and actually Candy Bouquet taught by the store owner? 428 shelves are stocked and ready Flynn. 580-327-3312 for Easter, Mother’s Day or Pasture Clearing any occasion! Call or come in early to pre-order custom made Twisted Timber. Russel Graves. arrangements. 580-327-0588, 326 620-825-4080 7th St (across the street of Alva’s Kasie Mae’s Cafe Market) 1 Block West of the bank in Cleo Springs, OK. First Year Anniversary Big Blow Out Party!! March 17th @ 11am til food runs out! Southern Comfort food. come out and enjoy the great food and environment!! 580-438-2259

Stash To Stitches National Quilting Day - March 17th. 25% discount on books, patterns, notions, thread. 17% OFF green fabric. 14077 State Hwy 132, Nash, OK. 580-839-2555.

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Oilfield Service Tech

Let’s make room for Summer Electronic Drilling Instrumentation clothes! All Winter clothes 50% Technician for Alva and Woodward areas. Mechanical and Electrical off! Busy B. Mon-Sat 10a-5p. Aptitude. Oilfield background New Releases helpful. Willing to train the right New on DVD and BluRay this person. Clean driving record and week at Rialto Video; Happy Feet some travel required. Fax-432-5612, Three Musketeers, Tin Tin, The 5850. Mail-Auto-Dril, Inc., PO BOX 60772, Midland, TX 79711. Descendants and Young Adult Email-purchasing@autodril.com Employment Help Wanted Help Wanted Western Equipment is seeking a CDL Hazmat Drivers. Competitive Full-Time Parts Sales person. Great pay with benefits, flexible work benefits including 401K and Paid schedule. 806-435-0104 Vacation/Holidays. Competitive pay. Stop by Western Equipment at Help Wanted 3126 College Blvd in Alva or email Salt Fork Adventure Program in jbinder@westernequipmentllc. Nash, OK, is hiring PT Floor Staff com for an application. to supervise juvenile boys. State Help Wanted background check required. Call 580-839-2320 for application Established Trucking Company seeking Class A CDL Drivers to Help Wanted service the Enid, Ok area. Drug Experienced Drivers Tanker Test Required. Health Insurance Endorsement. $18/Hr. 2013 provided. Competitive Wages. Peterbuilts. Ultimate Energy Haz-Mat a definite plus. Inquire by Services. Call Rick at 918-471calling 806-681-2392 and asking 8627 for Landon Help Wanted Help Wanted PT Guide. Alabaster Caverns. Call Needing experienced tree workers for information. 580-621-3381 to travel out of town. Will train if needed. Must have valid driver’s Help Wanted license and pass a drug screen. Top The Medical Clinic is looking for pay and weekly per diem with lots team-minded individuals to fill the of overtime. Please call 918-924positions of: LPN, Receptionist 0916 and Janitorial. Please send Resume Help Wanted to 1630 Santa Fe, Waynoka, OK 73860 Call or come by anytime after 3pm. Farmer’s Table. 201 S Okla, Help Wanted Cherokee, OK 580-596-2705 Champs Sports and Spirits. Full Help Wanted and Part-Time. Kitchen and Waitstaff. Apply in person at 1705 Plumbers Helper or General College Ave Laborer. Call 620-825-4557 days

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Full-Time sales position available at local John Deere Dealership. Must be outgoing, personable and dependable. Benefits include 401K, paid vacation and holidays, company vehicle, health insurance and competitive wages. 3126 College Blvd

Truck Driver Class A CDL. Local NW Okla deliveries. Home every night. Must have or be willing to get Haz-Mat and Tanker Endorsements. Benefits include Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Vacation, Uniforms and Bonuses, Competitive Pay. Pick-up application at Garnett Oil Co. 580327-2691

Now Hiring Class A 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, 620-930-7511 Full-Time Help Wanted Bouse Junction Quarry is hiring a full-time heavy equipment mechanic $20-$24 per hour. Experience preferred. Benefits pkg includes medical, dental, life and disability insurance & 401K with matching. Fax resume to 580-697-3392;email chearrell@ alliedcustomgypsum.com or apply in person-From hwy 281 and hwy 412 junction, go west on 412 for 1 mile to county road on south side with Allied Custom Gypsum. Help Wanted Nights, weekend, part-time help. Must be dependable. Apply in person. Hammerheads in Waynoka. 627 Main Street.

Help Wanted Lutheran Daycare is needing cook. Apply in person at 902 2nd. 580-327-1318 Farm Supplies For Sale Utility Model 600 Ford Tractor. 3 point, PTO, new tires, runs great. Rob Nida. 580829-1105 For Sale High Quality Northern Oats. 580-327-7165 For Sale ‘06 JD CT322 Track Skid Steer. 700 hours. $33,000. 580-334-7694 Garage Sales Happy 11th Anniversary of your 29th Birthday, John P! (E.B.) Estate Sale 1026 Locust. Fri 8am-7pm Health Walk-In Clinic Dr. Garner’s office will be having a walk-in

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clinic Friday the 16th from 9-1 and Tuesday and Wednesday the 20th and 21st from 9-1. Limited spaces available. Open thru lunch. 327-6880. Miscellaneous To Sandridge Energy and Employees. Thank You for the flower arrangements sent in memory of my mother, Glenda Ream. Your kindness is appreciated. Luke Ream Tricare, Champus, VA An Alva option for military and retired military. Dr. Elizabeth Kinzie has 20+ years of service and fully understands the military health system. Call 580-430-3366 For Sale 46’ LED TV. Leather Lazyboy Chair, Flatbed Trailer, Coffee Tables, Couch Tables, Movies, Computer Tools and much more. 580-748-2094 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 580748-0025 Stash to Stitches National Quilting Day, March 17. 25% Discount on books, patterns, notions, thread and 17% off green fabric. 14077 State Hwy 132, Nash, OK. 580-839-2555 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

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acres of the Northeast Quarter in Section 15, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; the entire Northeast Quarter of Section 15, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; (6) the Southeast Quarter of Section 15, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM: Quit Claim Deed. Keith F Kisling spa Keith Kisling, and Marlene Kisling to Marlene Kisling, Trustee, under the Marlene Kisling Revocable Living Trust, dated Jan. 1, 2012: (1) the East Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 18, Township 28 North, Range 11, WIM; (2) the Southwest Quarter, the West Half of the Northwest Quarter, and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter, all in Section 27, Township 28 North, Range 12, WIM; (3) the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 17, Township 29 North, Range 11, WIM; (4) the Northwest Quarter of Section 29, Township 29 North, Range 11, WIM; (5) the Northwest Quarter of Section 25, Township 29 North, Range 12, WIM; (6) 16 acre mineral interest in and under the Southeast Quarter of Section 19, Township 29 North, Range 11, WIM: Quit Claim Deed. Sharon Ketterman to Carrie Powell: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry Original Subdivision: Quit Claim Deed. Kanette Utt to Carrie Powell: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry

Original Subdivision: Quit Claim Deed. Stacy Ketterman to Carrie Powell: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry Original Subdivision: Quit Claim Deed. Chuck Ketterman to Carrie Powell: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry Original Subdivision: Quit Claim Deed. Kristi Miller to Carrie Powell: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry Original Subdivision: Quit Claim Deed. Greg Moyer to Carrie Powell: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry Original Subdivision: Quit Claim Deed. Carrie Powell to Sharon Ketterman aka Sharon Lee Ketterman: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry Original Subdivision: Quit Claim Deed. Sharon Lee Ketterman to Dale Edwin Cummins & Robert Dean Cummins: Lots 21 through 24 in Block 73 of the Goltry Original Subdivision: Warranty Deed. City of Helena to R. Douglas & Geneva G. Boehs: the North 29 feet of Lots 19 through 24 in Block 24 in the Original Town of Helena: Quit Claim Deed. Mike Jones to R. Douglas & Geneva G. Boehs: Lot 6 in Block 31 of the Original Town of Helena: Warranty Deed. Latona J. Beam fka Latona J. Jackson & Gary Beam to Lena Bentley and Ralph

Bentley & Amanda Bentley: the East 55 feet of Lots 1, 2 & 3 in Block 38 in the Original Town of Cherokee, SUBJECT to existing easements, oil and gas leases and mineral conveyances or reservations now of record: Quit Claim Deed. Mortgages Gary M. Axtell and Sandy R. Axtell to Admirals Bank (Providence, RI): all of Lot 11, Block 1, Bridges Addition to the City of Cherokee; $13,060. Randall E. Klick and Paulette A. Klick to ACB Bank (Cherokee, OK): Lots 3 and 4 in Block 6 in Myer’s Addition to Cherokee; $68,871.32. Cody Puffinbarger and Kayla Puffinbarger to Tinker Federal Credit Union; Lots 1 and 2 in Block 1, Garber’s Addition to the City of Cherokee: $105,000. Barbara Gail Crain & Ronald Ray Crain to the United States of America acting through the Farm Service Agency for the United States Department of Agriculture: Northwest Quarter of Section 9, Township 24 North, Range 9, WIM; Less a 7 acre tract in the Northeast corner: $7,000. Robert L. Sims II & Teresa Ann Sims to Fairview Savings & Loan Association: the South Half of the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 30, Township 24 North, Range 11, WIM: $96,200.

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‘06 Yamaha V-Star 1100. 10,000 mi. Exc cond. Lots of chrome. $6000 firm. 580-8712207

Carports, RV Shelters, Wood and Metal Buildings. 580-327-3621

$1000 Reward for the arrest, conviction and prison time of the person (s) that broke the windshield in the 62 Cadillac at the Scribner Salvage Attention Any claims against the estate of Shirley West must be turned in by April 1, 2012 to Box 294 Alva, OK 73717 or are forever barred. Moose Lodge Dining Room will be closed March 16 thru March 23. No Sunday Buffet on the 18. Next Sunday buffet March 25. Pan Fried Chicken and Catfish

Real Estate 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. 580-824-0604 For Rent Furnished efficiency - tv, refrig., microwave, bath. In private home. Outside entrance. Monthly rate. 580-327-7106. For Rent Storage Unit. 580-430-9036 Storage Unit For Rent. 580-430-6807

Apt. 580-327-6860 First Time Home Buyer Program. Zero Down. 100% Financing. E-Z Approval. Free Credit Report. No Money Required. 580-222-8862. visit foundersmortgageinc.com. House For Sale by owner in Alva. 3bdrm, 1 3/4 bth + office/mud rm and finished basement, 2 car attached garage, lots of storage, on corner lot. $133,000. 580-748-2036 For Rent New Facility, 4 bdrms or 4 offices. Manchester, OK. 580-541-3500 or 580-541-3578 For Rent 2 bdrm, Wakita area. 580-603-2635


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