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VOLUME 34, NO. 14 • Wednesday, April 2, 2014 • 50¢

Kiowa Pioneer Days Saturday

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Watch ‘Miller’s Madness’ at Kiowa’s 29th Annual Pioneer Days Saturday 100-year-old Elizabeth Terry parade marshall: Cattle drive planned down Main Street at end of parade, followed by old-time skit By Yvonne Miller There’s gonna be some hoopin’, hollerin’, ornery bull doggin’ and ropin’ cowboys along with saloon girls, longhorns and who knows what else in Kiowa, Kan., Saturday for the 29th Annual Pioneer Days. A highlight this year will certainly be a revival of the skit after the 11 a.m. parade orchestrated by Donna Williams.

She aptly described the production as “Miller’s Madness.” The following is Williams’ description of the skit: “Many people you know – and some new ones – will be seen riding horses, roping steers and general western antics. You’ll also watch a one-room schoolhouse full of all grades of children put through their paces at readin’, writin’ and ‘rithmetic. There’ll be some local

A group of volunteers gathers Monday evening to put up the “early day town” facade to get Kiowa ready for their 29th Annual Pioneer Days Saturday. The props are set up on the corner of Seventh and Main, the recently cleared bowling alley lot. This is where the fun skit will be at the end of the 11 a.m. parade. John Miller, who started Kiowa's Pioneer Days, is shown in front wearing the orange cap (walking toward camera). He'll be in a cowboy hat Saturday. Photo by Yvonne Miller The Alva Review-Courier / Newsgram is published Wednesday by Martin Broadcasting Corp. 620 Choctaw St. Alva, Oklahoma 73717 Lynn L. Martin, President Telephone Numbers: Alva Review-Courier 580-327-2200 Newsgram 580-327-1510 FAX 580-327-2454 E-Mail: manager Entire Contents Copyright 2014 Members of: Associated Press Oklahoma Press Association

friction between the ladies of the town and the ladies of the night. And John Miller is there, right in the middle of it all!” John Miller is the reason Kiowa has Pioneer Days. His wife Bev surprised him with a roping and bulldogging event for his 40th birthday, and Pioneer Days was born. Those events continue with lots of out-of-town and some local cowboys. It’s a fun spectator sport held at Miller’s Arena on the southeast edge of town. Bulldogging starts at 2 p.m. Saturday. Team roping is Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Bev organizes a concession stand at the arena. Miller said the longhorn cattle will arrive Friday and the plan is to drive those contrary rascals down Main Street at the end of the parade. Those who’ve attended the parade many years know that a few times those longhorns got the best of the cowboys and never made it down the parade route, but they usually do. It’s so fitting that the Pioneer Days Parade can be honored with a true pioneer – or at least a lady who’s graced this earth for 100 years. Kiowa resident Elizabeth Terry turned 100 years old March 30 and is the parade marshall. See Kiowa Page 38

Margaret Goss of Carmen plays a dulcimer to entertain the crowd at the Chocolate Festival held by Friends of the Alva Public Library. For $1, guests were permitted to sample a great variety of chocolate treats. The entertainmnet was followed by an auction where several local auctioneers donated their time to sell chocolate creations. Photo by Lynn L. Martin

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Friday & Saturday, April 11 & 12, 2014 10:00 a.m. - 7p.m. Woods County Fairgrounds FREE ADMISSION EVENTS Live Jousting Falconry Bell Dancing Storytelling Live Music: Vendors Children’s Realm Maypole Dancing and Much More! Contact: Dr. Amy Hall (580) 327-8428 •

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Board hears staff is ready for move into new Kiowa Hospital Community Appreciation BBQ and tours this evening: Pet Policy adopted for manor By Yvonne Miller The mood was upbeat, almost euphoric, at the final meeting of the Kiowa Hospital Board March 26 before the move into the new facility. All members

attended this last board meeting to be held at the existing hospital at 810 Drumm St., that’s served the district for 62 years. Board Chairman Zack Odell led the meeting attended by members

This sign welcomes people into the new Kiowa Hospital drive directly off Fourth Street on the south end of Kiowa. Photo by Yvonne Miller

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Dan Lukins, Jim Parker, Lori Schrock and Robert Stark. Interim Hospital Administrator Steve Davis, Hospital Chief Financial Officer Janell Goodno and Interim Manor Administrator Carla Dunigan were also present, along with other staff and community members. Davis and Goodno updated the board on the move to the new facility. They complimented department heads and their staff members for the excellent, detailed preparation they’ve done to be ready for the professional hospital moving crew. The official move begins this Friday, April 4. Radiology is already moved for the most part. As of Tuesday (yesterday), the lab had one analyzer up and running, and will move the rest Friday. The lab will be operational by Friday night. Goodno said the new hospital beds have already arrived at the new facility and other equipment is already moved. The clinic is to open at the new site Monday. Patients in the hospital will be transferred to the new facility Tuesday. The emergency room will be open at the 810 Drumm location until Tuesday and then be operational at the new hospital at 1002 S. Fourth St. Davis especially praised the hospital’s Director of Nursing Heidi Courson for all she’s done, including dealing with unexpected issues such as the fire marshal See Hospital Page 22

Thank You The family of Janeauita Ging wishes to thank everyone for their cards, prayers and other gifts for our recent loss.

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From Here To Eternity April 6-9, 2014 College Hill Church of Christ 1102 College Blvd, Alva, OK 73717

The College Hill Church of Christ invites you to hear a series of gospel messages brought to you by representatives of Oklahoma Christian University. For more information contact Jay Tyree at 580-327-0130 Sunday, April 6 9:30 am “God’s Eternal Plan” by Stafford North 10:30 am “The Departure and Return” by Stafford North 12:00 noon Lunch will be provided 1:00 pm “The Plan of Salvation” by Stafford North Monday, April 7 7:00 pm “I Will Build My Church” by Alan Martin Tuesday, April 8 7:00 pm “God’s Plan for Worship” by Lawrence Murray Wednesday, April 9 7:00 pm “Living God’s Way” by Bob Rowley

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day that an inmate at the James Crabtree Correctional Center (JCCC) assaulted another inmate about 7:30 a.m. Saturday, resulting in his death. The Oklahoman reports that Massie declined to offer details about the incident, including the names of the inmates involved, until the department completes its investigation. JCCC is a medium- and minimum-

security, adult male correctional center, according to the corrections department’s website. It has a capacity of 800 medium and 200 minimum male inmates. The medium-security compound at the facility is dedicated to housing offenders 35 years of age or older. The correctional center is the only state owned medium-security facility with open dormitory housing.

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net bats (just as researchers do) and listen for their echolocation calls as they feed. Help judge the youth bat Poster and Poems Contest, play games and do puzzles related to bat facts. Visitors can also view Alabaster Caverns’ traveling exhibit “Bats … Bats … Bats; Oklahoma’s Nightlife.” The Bat Wing-Ding will be Friday and Saturday, April 11-12, starting at 9 a.m. at the Alabaster Caverns Clubhouse Shelter and immediate area. All activities are free and open to the public. Bring your questions, comments and cameras. Concessions will be available.

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DWAYNE L. HURST CLEO SPRINGS – Funeral services for Dwayne L. Hurst, 76, will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Fairview April 3 at 1 p.m. Burial will follow at the Aline Star Cemetery. Family viewing will be Wednesday, April 2, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; friends and family are welcome. Arrangements are by Fairview Funeral Home, Inc. Dwayne was born Nov. 21, 1937, in Cleo Springs to Harold and Drusilla (Loomis) Hurst and passed away with his loving family by his side, Saturday, March 29, 2014, after a short battle with cancer. Dwayne graduated from Cleo Springs with the class of 1956. He owned and operated Hurst Construction for 44 years. On Nov. 23, 1956, Dwayne married Sandy (Saddler) and the couple was blessed with two children. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Sandy Hurst of the home; son Terry and wife Cindy Hurst of Cleo Springs and daughter Tammy and husband Wayne Hubble of Fairview; five grandchildren, Travis and Amy Hurst, Chad and Allison Hurst, Mindy and Michael Quint, Brittany and Brian Goodin and Danielle Hubble; five great grandchildren, Tanner and Logan Hurst, Ashlynn Quint, Brendon Hurst and Kadence Goodin; two brothers, Jim and Retha Hurst of Enid and Bill and Shirley Hurst of Cherokee; and mother in law Lola Morris of Fairview. Dwayne was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Ivan. Memorials may be made to the OMRF or Faith Hospice with Fairview Funeral Home acting as custodian. Condolences may be made online at

2014, at Share Medical Center at the age of 88. J.W. enlisted in the Navy and served in the Pacific Theatre on the hospital ship USS Hope. He was honorably discharged on April 20, 1946. He and Barbara Dell were united in marriage on June 8, 1946. She preceded him in death on April 23, 1990. He is survived by one son, one daughter, one step daughter and four grandchildren. Graveside service was held Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at 11 a.m. at Highland Cemetery in Medicine Lodge, Kan. Arrangements were by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Kiowa, Kan. Condolences may be shared with the family at In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to Beadles Nursing Home and given to the funeral home.

Obituaries DORIS DAUGHHETEE Funeral services for Doris Daughhetee were held at Lanman Funeral Home Chapel in Cherokee on Monday, March 31, at 2 p.m. with Dale Schurter officiating. Burial followed at Keith Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at Doris Ann Daughhetee, daughter of Vernon and Marie Kisling Schurter, was born Oct. 30, 1938, in Alfalfa County northeast of Burlington. She passed away March 24, 2014, at Share Convalescent Home in Alva at the age of 75 years, 4 months and 24 days. Doris attended school in Burlington, graduating with the class of 1956. On Jan. 14, 1956, she married Jesse Dale (J.D.) Daughhetee. She lived in the Burlington area with her husband her entire life. She worked as a bookkeeper for the Burlington Co-op for ten years. During her life, she traveled with her husband and visited most of the 50 states, plus Canada and Mexico. The highlight of her travels was a seven day cruise to Alaska. Her main focus in life was always her family. Her children and grandchildren and their endeavors were of utmost importance to her. Preceding her in death are her parents and one sister, Rose Marie Finley. She is survived by her husband, J. D. Daughhetee of Burlington; two brothers, Dale Schurter and wife Mona of Wadsworth, Ohio, and Sam Schurter and wife Marilyn of Burlington; one sister, Darlene Brown and husband L.D. of Anaheim, Calif.; one son, Monte Daughhetee and wife Laurie (Fish) of Brentwood, Calif.; two daughters, Shelly Brown and husband Stephen of St. Paul, Minn., and Cheryl Peace and husband J.J. of Manitou Springs, Colo.; 14 grandchildren, Derek Daughhetee, Dylan Daughhetee and wife Monica, Magdalena Fish, Benjamin Fish, Molly Brown, Stephen Brown Jr, Caleb Brown, Levi Brown, Joseph Brown, Hunter Peace, Lydia Peace, Madeline Peace, and Wyatt Peace; and a host of family and friends.

JOHN WILIAM (J.W.) LYTLE ALVA – John William (J.W.) Lytle (formerly of Medicine Lodge, Kan.), son of Charles Rolland and Alpha Kinney Lytle, was born on March 26, 1926, in rural Finney County and passed on into Glory on Wednesday, March 26,

EVA LOU MILLEDGE Graveside services for Eva Lou Milledge, 95, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at Memorial Hill Cemetery north of Waynoka. Memorial services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Freedom United Methodist Church with Rev. Scott Ware and Jeff Ralston officiating. Services are under the arrangement of Marshall Funeral Home of Alva. Eva Lou Milledge, daughter of the late Lewis and Ida May (Prigmore) Olson, was born Feb. 4, 1919, at Freedom and passed away March 28, 2014, at Ada. Eva Lou attended Freedom High School and graduated with the Class of 1939. She attended Northwestern State College. She taught school at a number of rural schools in Woods County. On May 11, 1944, she was united in marriage to George Milledge, Jr. She worked in the Woods County Treasurer’s Office. Throughout their marriage they lived in Alva, Avard, Waynoka, Dacoma and Greenfield. Eva Lou attended the Waynoka First See Obituaries Page 19

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Christian Church, and was a member of the Freedom United Methodist Church and Avard Rebecca Lodge. She loved traveling, collecting rocks and Indian artifacts, and camping with her husband, George, and friends. She was a talented artist who painted and displayed her artwork in many local art shows. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, George; her son, Dennis; her brother and his wife, Wilbur and Edna Olson; two sisters, Nena Wardrop and Mildred Olson; and one brother-in-law, Gail Johnson. Eva Lou is survived by her daughter, Carol Naberhaus and husband Bill of Stratford; two sisters, Urmal Johnson of Alva and Maxine Houston and husband Corky of Alva; two brothers, Alden Olson and wife Leta of Pampa, Texas, and Neil Olson and wife Pat of Laneville, Texas; one brother-in-law, Foy Wardrop of Freedom, and her sister-in-law, Mary Myers of Yukon. Also surviving are two grandchildren, Jill Kubera and husband Eric of Fulsher, Texas, and Joe Naberhaus of Edmond; six great grandchildren, Owen, Jordan and Nathan Kubera, and Will, Ryan and Ella Naberhaus of Edmond; other relatives and friends. Memorial contributions may be made through the funeral home to the Freedom United Methodist Church. Remembrances may be shared with the family at

LUDELLA (LOU) SPURLOCK Ludella (Lou) Spurlock, 82, of Wichita, Kan., passed away Fri., March, 14. Lou was a daughter of Charles and Sadie Wanger. She was born on Apr. 2, 1931 in, Freedom. Jerry and Lou were united in marriage on Jun. 12, 1975, in Las Vegas; together they celebrated 39 years of marriage. Lou was preceded in death by her parents, previous spouses Wilbert McDonald and James Harding, grandchild Christopher McDonald and greatgrandchild Donovan Terwort; and siblings Betty Jean Trekell, Phyllis Rhodes, Faye Rose and Marilyn Bindrum. Survivors include husband Jerry Spurlock; children Rowena (Richard) Underwood of Andover, Kan.; Leroy (Vickie) McDonald of Fort Worth, Texas; Wayne McDonald of Wichita, Kan.; Donna Bress of Melbourne, Fla.; Debra Johnson of Howard, Kan.; Viki (Jimmy) Percifield of Phoenix, Ariz.; Dean (Laura) Spurlock of Merritt Island, Fla.; brothers Max (Janet) Wanger and Harold (Juanita) Wanger; sisters Ila Woods, Linda Olson and Janice Colburn; 16 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Lou was a devoted mother and wife, full-time grandma and friend to

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schedule that conflicted with moving dates. “There were lots of issues with the fire marshal, but we got it all worked out,” Davis said. BBQ and Tours Tonight, Foundation Update and Palm Sunday Event Before the official move, the public is invited to a Community Appreciation BBQ tonight from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the east side of the new hospital. The meal is hosted by MW Builders, construction contractor of the new facility. In case of inclement weather, the BBQ will be inside the community building. Friends of the Kiowa Hospital and Manor Foundation President Judy Schrock told the board as of that day the foundation still needed to raised $228,000 to complete their $1.5 million pledge to assist with new hospital construction. There’s still an opportunity for donors to have a hospital room, the chapel, or

a garden named for family. Four of the eight patient rooms are still available for naming. For information about donating, contact Brenna May at 620-825-6332,, Judy Schrock or the hospital at 620-825-4131. Schrock said a wall in the entryway at the new hospital will feature donor gifts made to the hospital. It will also feature plaques and other memorabilia from the old hospital. Schrock said the foundation plans to incorporate the history of this Kiowa institution so the old will live on through the new and not be forgotten. Schrock said the foundation invites the public to a special ceremony to remember the history of Kiowa’s Hospital at 810 Drumm St. It’s a time to celebrate the community’s health care heritage as it enters a new chapter. All current and former staff, employees, administrators, board members, patients, family and friends are invited to the event on Palm Sunday afternoon, April 13, at 3 p.m.

The Town of Carmen is currently taking applications for lifeguards and managers for the 2014 season. Applications are available at Town Hall at 421 West Main Street. Applications are due by 4pm on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. Thank you!

It will be a time to share stories and pay tribute to the people, experiences and events that touched lives at the old hospital. In case of inclement weather that day, the event will be postponed until Sunday, April 27. Board member Stark thanked Schrock and the foundation for their fundraising efforts. Looking at Schrock, Stark said, “This new hospital would have never happened without you.” Following her tour of the hospital earlier in the day, board member Lori Schrock said, “It’s amazingly done – almost humbling, something to behold.” Pharmaceutical Visit Interim Nursing Home Administrator Carla Dunigan introduced two co-owners of Senior Care Pharmacy in Wichita, who spoke briefly to the board. Dunigan invited them as “another choice of pharmacy for our residents.” See Hospital Page 46


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Renewal and Revival Services with Adrian Halverstadt

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Alva 4-H, FFA & Boosters would like to thank the following contributors, your support is greatly appreciated A Cut Above Agrisurance Alan Hess Alva 4-H & FFA Boosters Alva Farmers Coop Alva Monument Alva State Bank Alva Vet Supply Baker Livestock Banc Central Bar S Bickford Family Bill Hadwiger Brown's Shoe Fit Burlap Bungalow Butler Welding Cargill Salt Cherokee Sales Company Circle H Cleaning CRI Feeders Croft Chevrolet Dacoma Coop Daisy Village Dal & Beki Houston Dale & Brenda Nusser Daren & Tiffany Slater David Manning Family Dean Goll Real Estate & Auction Della Dunnigan Devery Implement Dietz Farms Donald Spurgeon Don & Teri Parsons Dr. Gary Lott Dr. Trina Hughbanks Drake Lewis Ed & Teresa Sutter ETC Shop Farm Credit Footes Farm Supply G & G Homes Furnishings Joe & Gail Hadwiger Gaisford Family

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Alva 4-H, FFA & Boosters would like to thank the following contributors, your support is greatly appreciated Mark Towner Marshall Funeral Home McCracken Cattle Company McDonald's McMurphy Farms Melvin Bickford Midwest Feeders Mike Martin Monica Schmidt Noland Family NW Feed & Seed NW Rodeo NWOSU NWOSU Aggie Club OG&E Pat Shafer Pettit's Carpet PRIMERICA Quentin Hadwiger Rialto Richard Burton Richard Kutz Rick Cunningham Robert Rawls Livestock Robin Lewis Ron & Peggy Mapes Ron Bittle Rugged Services Ryan & Latisha Brandt Ryan & Misty Beiswanger Schuessler Agency Scott & Jennifer Hess Shafer Auto Shannon & Heather Nusser Shirley Dozer Shirley Seed Sidwell Insurance Snap-On Tools/Nathan Brown Sneary Family Steggs Aerial Steve Knox, CPA Steve Sterling

Jeff & Terri Owen Family Tim & Kaylee Ohm Tom Foote Tyree Enterprises Western Equipment Wharton Funeral Chapel Wheeler Brothers WMD Show Pigs Woods County Abstract Woodward Livestock Auction Exotic Heatwave Becky Pingelton Dean Smiles Kase Nickel Susie’s Starr Lumber Rockin M Whip 4 Cowboy Company Schuhmacher’s Copper Penny Randy & Lisa Nation Sharee & Blake Madsen Courtney Mapes Shadee Nettles Alfred & Ruthie Spurgeon Elisa Pribble Tina Shafer Carl & Jane Hartwig Calder Jones Rita Castleberry Merle Norman Jamie Kilmer SN Well Service LLC Mouset Consulting Inc Community Bank Stan & Rodeana Bixler Rother Bros - Clinton Yellow House Speedy T’s Murrow Farms Kevin & Laura Radford Litzenberg Construction Syd Sterling


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Two arrested for drugs during traffic stop By Marione Martin When a deputy stopped a vehicle for speeding in Carmen, he ended up arresting both occupants on drug charges. According to court documents, Alfalfa County Deputy Sheriff Blake Trekell was on routine patrol in Carmen on March 24 about 7:15 p.m. when he saw a white pickup traveling south on Grand at 41 mph in a 30 mph zone. He activated his emergency lights, and the pickup stopped in a driveway at 800 N. Grand. Trekell made contact with the driver, later identified as Cory Patric Wilfinger, 24, of Carmen. Wilfinger provided his driver’s license and proof of insurance. Trekell could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from within the vehicle. He asked Wilfinger to return with him to his patrol car. After explaining why he had pulled him over,

Trekell asked Wilfinger why he smelled marijuana. Wilfinger said he had been at the home of a friend who was smoking it. Later he admitted to smoking some about thirty minutes earlier, just before leaving Alva to drive to Carmen. Trekell had Wilfinger exit the vehicle and asked him to empty his pockets. Wilfinger did so. Trekell asked if there were any drugs in the vehicle, and Wilfinger said no. Trekell then approached the passenger side of the pickup and talked to the passenger, Christopher D. Shafer, 51, of Carmen. He asked Shafer where the marijuana was and explained he could smell it strong from within the vehicle. Shafer paused and then said he had a small baggie in his pocket. Trekell asked Shafer to step out of the vehicle and asked him to place his hands behind his back, and Trekell detained him. He asked which pocket held the marijuana,

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and Shafer said it was in his coat pocket with a “one hitter.” Trekell removed a small plastic cigarette wrapper from Shafer’s pocket that contained a green leafy substance that looked and smelled like marijuana. He also removed a small pipe that had a burnt residue with an odor of burnt marijuana. Shafter was placed under arrest. Trekell then instructed Wilfinger through a series of field sobriety tests and he performed poorly. He was read the state’s implied consent test request and agreed to take the blood test. On March 25, Wilfinger was charged with a misdemeanor of driving while under the influence of drugs. He was also issued a citation for speeding. Shafter was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and unlawful possession of paraphernalia, both misdemeanors.

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BancCentral would like to thank Marge Herning for 17 years of hard work and dedication. You will be greatly missed and we wish you an enjoyable retirement!

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This Is Your Land... Let Us Help You Get More Out Of It!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 | 10am-3pm

Parts will offer $10 OFF each roll of net wrap AND 10% OFF all parts through April 30, 2014 for those who attend event. Food & Refreshments Woods County Fairgrounds

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Medicine Lodge, KS Senior Twin Girls in one of their sessions.

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Thank You

The family of Harold Cellan would like to thank Share Hospital and Rest Home for the wonderful care given to our loved one. Thanks to Alan Wharton of the Wharton Funeral Chapel for the beautiful service and to John Clapp of the Bible Baptist Church for the unforgetable service. We would like to thank the Moose Lodge for the delicious meal. Thanks to the doctors. Dr. Self, Dr. Bierig, and Dr. Colvert for the great care they gave him. Thank You Ronnie Mapes for all your help and to all who gave to the Moose Lodge in Harold's memory. And to his grandson Mark Dunn for the small casket he made to hold his ashes. And to his grand-daughter Adena Riedel for the wonderful video she made of his life. A special thank you to Kerri and Mariah Phillips for everything they have done for the family. Thanks for all the food, owers and phone calls, They were greatly appreciated. And thank you to all the family and friends who hold them in their hearts.

Doris Cellan and his kids.

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No seatbelt leads Monthly siren tests to drug arrest By Marione Martin Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Lisa Jorgensen noticed a driver not wearing a seatbelt on March 14 about 3:35 p.m. on SH-11 just east of SH38 in Alfalfa County. The trooper was eastbound and the driver was in a maroon pickup traveling westbound. According to documents on file, Jorgensen turned around to catch up with the vehicle. She ran the pickup’s Pennsylvania tag through OLETS and learned it had expired in November 2013. She then contacted OHP Troop J dispatch and confirmed the registration was expired. Jorgensen activated her emergency lights and conducted a traffic stop on County Road 700 approximately two miles south of Latimer Road. She approached the driver’s side of the pickup and made contact with the driver who identified himself as Scott Douglas Hudson, Jr., 24, of Alva. Hudson said he

did not have a driver’s license. Jorgensen had the driver sit in her patrol vehicle. She confirmed his name and date of birth through OLETS and was advised his Pennsylvania driver’s license was suspended. She placed him under arrest for driving under suspension. While conducting an inventory of the pickup, Jorgensen found a clear plastic baggy in the front passenger’s seat that contained 18 white pills marked with M367 which she identified as hydrocodone with acetaminophen, classified as a schedule III narcotic and requiring a prescription. The pills were taken to the OSBI lab in Enid for testing. The pickup was towed and impounded. Hudson has been charged with a felony of possession of controlled dangerous substance. He also received traffic citations of operate a vehicle with expired registration and failure to carry insurance verification.

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The Barber County Appraiser Ofce is now accepting applications/resumes for the position of Data Management Specialist. Duties include general ofce and clerical duties, maintain ownership records and assisting with other appraisal processes. Must possess good organizational and communication skills. Minimum qualications include a high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver’s license. A background in real estate preferred. Applications are being accepted in the County Appraiser’s Ofce until the position is lled. Benets include health, dental, and life insurance and retirement through KPERS. Barber County is an EEO/AA/ADA employer.

By Alva Fire Chief Kirk Trekell The City of Alva will conduct monthly storm siren tests on April 2, May 7 and June 4 at noon. The test will only take place if there is not a threat of severe weather at the time of the scheduled test.

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Terry is a Cherokee native and lived in the Hazelton area many years before moving to Kiowa in 1981 where she remains. Kiowa Historical Society President Bob Hays noted that Terry was born in 1914, the same year that Henry Ford introduced assembly line manufacturing for the Model T Ford. Pioneer Days starts early Saturday with a 6:30 a.m. Pioneer Breakfast at the Masonic Lodge. Take your baked goods to the Chief Theater by 8:30 a.m. for the Historical Society’s bake sale that begins at 9 a.m. Kiowa’s Senior Center (just east of the Corner Stop Convenience Store) offers free coffee and donuts at 9 a.m.


Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10-5. Several Families will have items for sale. Nice Sewing Machine and Cabinet. China Cabinet and Dining Table with Chairs. New stuff th added daily. Reta Jackson. 526 9 St. Alva, Ok.

Employment Opportunity ALFALFA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS MANAGER Searching for an energetic individual to be part of Expanding facility! Competitive salary, benefits and bonus package APPLICATIONS AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE AT Alfalfa County Extension office 300 South Ground Cherokee, OK

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INVITATION TO BID REAL ESTATE SEALED BID WITH OPTIONS TO RAISE BIDS AT THE BID OPENING. You and/or a Personal representative must be physically present to raise your bid.

The Burlington Public School District 1001 will accept sealed bids on the following school owned real estate. Bids should be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “REAL ESTATE BID” and delivered to the Superintendent’s ofce by 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Bids may be hand delivered to the ofce of the superintendent, 401 Main Street, Burlington, Oklahoma, or mailed to Burlington Public School, P.O. Box 18, Burlington, Oklahoma 73722. Bids will be opened soon after the meeting convened at 8 pm in the superintendent’s ofce at 401 Main Street, Burlington, Oklahoma. After all bids are open and posted each bidder with a Qualied bid will be given the opportunity to raise their bid until the bidding has ceased. At the conclusion of the bidding the board will vote to accept the highest bid or to reject all bids. DEFINITION OF QUALIFIED BID: 1. The sealed bid must be submitted on time and to the proper location. 2. The bid must be a minimum of $3,000. DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: (N70 ft of lots 1-5, Blk 17, Burlington, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma). COMMON DESCRIPTION: - (Burlington Teacherage) 302 4th Street in Burlington, Oklahoma. OTHER INFORMATION: All minerals will be retained by Burlington Public School. No Contingencies. The property has a house that contains 1,450 sq. ft. M or L of living space which includes 3 bedrooms, 1 & ½ bathroom, 1 living room, 1 dining room, 1 kitchen and 1 utility room. The property has 1 storage shed that is in good shape. MY BID ON THIS PROPERTY $___________ The Board approved buyer will be required to put down 10% at the conclusion of bidding with the remainder to be paid at closing. Visual inspection of the property can be made at 302 4th Street, Burlington, Oklahoma. Appointments or other information can be attained by contacting Glen Elliott, superintendent of schools at 580-431-2222

The Burlington Board of Education Reserves The Right To Reject Any or All Bids. NAME____________________________________________ ADDRESS______________________________ C I T Y _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S TAT E _ _ _ _ Z I P _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ TELEPHONE__________________________________________


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Help send Victoria Mullins on a Mission Trip to South Africa! Saturday, April 5 6pm at the Legion Building in Freedom, OK There will be a fundraiser dinner for donations to help raise money for Victoria to go to South Africa this summer. Pork donated by Bryant Weber. Pork Cooked By Lynn Bolar

Sponsored by Freedom Christian Church. Live Music performed by The Ruff Cuts, a country gospel band! Have any questions call Pastor Mark Kinkle at 580-216-0023. If you would like to help but are unable to make it to the dinner, you can go online to, click on donate and the id number to donate to my account is 2700354

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HELP WANTED CDL Truck Driver NOW HIRING! – Alva, Oklahoma


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The two were Merlin McFarland and Suzanne Meeker. A licensed adult care home administrator, Meeker is a nurse practitioner who has years of experience in nursing homes. She said that Senior Care specializes in serving nursing homes. Meeker showed how Senior Care dispenses medications on color cards as a convenience for residents and spoke of their other options to pack meds. She said they have drivers 24/7 who will deliver medicine in emergency situations. Senior Care also offers consultation service for nursing homes. “We would love to be your second choice pharmacy,” Meeker concluded. Hospital Statistics and Financials February was a “consistent month,” Goodno said while presenting the hospital financials and statistics. The hospital had 71 total days of acute and swingbed care with 10 total admissions. Outpatient visits totaled 549.

Clinic visits totaled 375. Schrock noted that the hospital’s total gross patient revenue, $319,801, was doubled that of February 2013. However, contractual adjustments (Medicare $49,951 and Medicaid $2,160) again brought down net patient revenue by $87,229. Included in that adjustment is $14,073 for bad debt and $21,044 for “other.” Net patient revenue was $232,572. Total operating expenses were $383,078. Goodno said professional fees were increased for February due to use of Docs Who Care, filing cost reports for hospital and manor, and payment of audit. With the addition of $82,367 (mainly tax money), the hospital’s overall loss for February was $67,967. Goodno said they’ve still had to use 2012 cost report data. She expects improvement when able to use 2013 figures. She also said, “We’ve had

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HELP WANTED Maintenance/Custodian person for Burlington Public School

Must have or be willing to get a CDL and a bus driver license. Must be able to pass drug test and a background check to be employed. Salary depending upon experience. For information or an application contact Glenn Elliott, Superintendent at 580-431-2222 or come by 401 Main Street, Burlington Public School Ofce in Burlington, Oklahoma. Applications will be accepted until the position is lled. The board reserves the right to offer a contract at any time. EOE

two really busy months. We have a whole year to level out the Medicare reimbursements.” As a critical access hospital (small rural), the percentage of Medicare reimbursements is greater than large hospitals’ because of the small numbers. When a critical access facility’s numbers exceed a certain point, that hospital goes into a pay mode on the Medicare cost report. Manor Statistics and Financials Dunigan reported 26 residents at the manor in February and 24 for most of March. Total resident care revenue was $110,418. Less contractual adjustments, net patient revenue was $108,160. Total operating revenue was $109,706. Total operating expenses were $144,945. This made a net from operations loss of $35,239. With the addition of $5,000 tax revenue, the February manor loss was $30,239. Pet Policy Approved, CEO Search and More Regarding the search for a new chief executive officer (CEO) at the hospital, Odell said they have two more resumes from men in this area for the position. As there has been some concern regarding pets and providing a safe, clean environment for employees, patients, resident and visitors, the board approved a pet policy for the hospital and manor. One item in the policy says no pets are allowed in patient care areas except for well-behaved service animals. Some areas are considered “No Animal Zones.” One of those zones is kitchen and dining areas at any time. Animals must have veterinarian documentation of all required vaccinations before entering the manor or hospital facility. Radiology privileges were boardapproved for Dr. James Turner and Dr. Kevin Hamm. At the request of Dooli Rugg, head of radiology, the board approved her to sell her radiology/x-ray room equipment that was purchased in the early 2000s. She said it sold for $1,500. Her new x-ray room equipment is already in place. Following executive session, the board approved the monthly risk management/ quality assurance report. The next monthly meeting of the board is Wednesday, April 23, 7 p.m., at the new hospital.

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Beautiful hanging baskets, fantastic flowers, tomatoes, peppers, assorted annuals and perennials. -Onions and potatoes while they last -Bulk & packaged garden seed

Don't forget we have quality lawn and garden tools, sprayers, chemicals, mulch and potting soil.

We are your one stop for quality service and products.

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Thank You!

The Friends of the Library would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone who helped make the 2014 Chocolate Fantasy a huge success. We appreciate everyone who prepared items for the auction, the auctioneers, the Girl Scouts, Margarett Goss and Drake Williams for the music and of course everyone who attended and made the evening a great success. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to next year with great anticipation.

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Where Family Values & Your Eyes Come First. Call or come by for Quality Eyecare.

Dr. Trina Piper-Hughbanks Optometrist 515 College - Alva, OK, 73717 - (580) 327-3335 HRS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9-5 •Wednesday 9-2

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Introducing Alva’s New

State Farm Agent... Steph Eaton

Steph Eaton Agency. Call Today! - 580-327-3600

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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. Felony Filings Shani Nicole Bell, 32, Tulsa: Bringing contraband into penal institution ($775.56). Scott Douglas Hudson Jr., 24, Alva: Possession of controlled dangerous substance ($333). Misdemeanor Filings Cory Patric Wilfinger, 24, Carmen: Driving while under the influence of drugs ($816). Christopher D. Shafer, 51, Carmen: (1) Possession of controlled dangerous substance; (2) Unlawful possession of paraphernalia ($525.50). Keith Aaron Meder, 42, Liebenthal, Kan.: (1) Possession of controlled dangerous substance; (2) Unlawful possession of paraphernalia ($525.50). Scott Douglas Hudson Jr., 24, Alva: Driving while license is under suspen-

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Alfalfa County Court Filings Traffic Filings Jeffrey Scott Smith, 34, Jet: Failure to carry insurance verification (state dismissed without fine or costs). John Richard L. Beauchamp, 30, Chickasha: Left of center ($211.50). Sergio Casillas, 32, Enid: Failure to surrender driver’s license as required ($256.50). Jonathan David Epps, 30, Enid: Failure to carry insurance verification (state dismissed without fine or costs). Jeffrey Michael Knox, 55, Ponca City: Failure to keep registration certificate in CMV (state dismissed without fine or costs). Jeffrey Michael Knox, 55, Ponca City: Failure to carry insurance verification (state dismissed without fine or costs). Keith Aaron Meder, 42, Liebenthal, Kan.: Reckless driving ($455). Keith Aaron Meder, 42, Liebenthal, Kan.: Failure to yield to emergency vehicle ($211.50). Debora Kay Bebee, 53, Carmen: Operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license ($256.50). Scott Douglas Hudson Jr., 24, Alva: Failure to carry insurance verification ($231.50). Scott Douglas Hudson Jr., 24, Alva: Operating vehicle with expired registra-

tion ($211.50). Joshua A. Gower, 20, Newkirk: Failure to secure load ($211.50). John D. Huff, 37, Hatfield, Ark.: Inattentive driving ($211.50). Ryan William Shelton, 42, Tulsa: Operating vehicle on which all taxes due to state have not been paid ($211.50). The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Cory Patric Wilfinger, 24, Carmen: 11-14 mph over ($226.50); Chad Wheeler Bowen, 34, Fort Worth, Texas: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Timothy George Iven, 59, Okeene: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Brian Leon Woodruff, 43, McCurtain: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Mackenzie L. Flowers, 34, Carmen: 1-10 mph over ($100); Andrew Joseph Fisher III, 45, Alva: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Teddie J. Cassell, 60, Henryetta: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Prestin L. Taylor, 19, Helena: 16-20 mph over ($241.50); Omar Aguilar, 21, Ringwood: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Laura A. Lozano, 40, Enid: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Keith Brian Darcy, 29, Sallisaw: 26-30 mph over ($341.50); Ryan William Shelton, 42, Tulsa: 11-14 mph over ($226.50). The following individuals received a citation for failure to wear seatbelt ($20 fine): Crystal Crecelius, 35, Amorita; Austin Perry Devore, 31, Amorita; Scott Douglas Hudson Jr, 24, Alva.

Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log

March 24, 2014 6:04 p.m. Domestic disturbance, deputy called to say he was assisting CPD with a domestic disturbance on S. Oklahoma. 7:04 p.m. Intoxicated person, deputy on 800 block of W. Main in Carmen, deputy with prisoner in custody one white male doing sobriety test, drinking/driving, prisoner in custody x2, deputy called and said to get holding cell ready, deputy put one in holding cell, deputy en route to Share Medical x1 male. 8:43 p.m. Medical emergency in Jet, respondent called and advised there is an elderly man running a 102 temp, respondent wanted him transported back to Enid hospital, advised Helena ambulance. March 25, 2014 4:52 p.m. Welfare check, lady advised she needed a welfare check on minor children in Carmen, she was advised

by attorney yesterday she had no food taken over to them because they were told that there was no food in the house. 4:52 p.m. Information, person called wanting to have a controlled burn, when asked if he had a permit, he advised he didn’t, informed caller that he had to have a signed permit before he could burn since we are under a burn ban. 9:35 p.m. Unwanted person, Chesapeake calling about a person on one of their locations, wanting someone to check them out. March 26, 2014 12:09 p.m. Reckless driver, respondent advised white Jeep with Texas plate driving recklessly, tag has no record, deputy advised he is en route, deputy advised he followed vehicle past Highway 38 on

Highway 11 and they are driving fine. 7:09 p.m. Welfare check, respondent advised needs a welfare check done on 4-year-old child in Carmen, respondent was informed today that the stock show in Oklahoma City on the weekend, two kids came up with E. coli that was in their group and the minor gets sick real easily, deputy did welfare check and everything was fine. March 27, 2014 10:01 p.m. Fatality accident in Dacoma, respondent called and said that an individual who lives with his daughter called him and said his daughter was in a fatality accident, individual and daughter were not getting along and wanted his daughter’s death investigated, just wants to make sure it was of natural causes, CPD called Woods County, See Alfalfa Page 62

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Well cared for 3 bedroom 2 bath home just one block off of SHY #8 and a just a 1/4 mile from the south edge of Cleo Springs, OK. Home is situated nicely on approx. 2 acres with additional outbuildings. Property is fenced and has a small pasture, a large fenced backyard and a storm cellar. Floor covering are like new and include carpet and wood grain tile. There is a basement directly below the home that is in very good condition and could serve as additional sleeping quarters. The garage was used for a beauty shop and has water, heat and air and an additional work shop is on the north side of the property. This property has all the benefits of living in the country while being close to town. '13 Taxes: approx. $547.73. Legal Description: All of Blk 26, Gambills 2nd Addn., Cleo Springs, Major Co., OK Terms: 10% of the purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of merchantable title. All information is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the auction company or its employer. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to size, condition, etc. prior to auction day. Announcements made the day of auction supersede all advertising. Contact Jeff Crissup, auction mgr. at 580-541-9246 for additional information. Sellers: Mr. & Mrs. Dustin Anderson

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March 24, 2014 Deputy McCullough investigated a burglary report in Sharon. March 26, 2014 Bill Duvall, Kiowa, driving a 2006 Chevy pickup struck a deer on U281 about 1 mile west of K2. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Sheriff Rugg. March 27, 2014 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Cherry Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. Medicine Lodge Ambulance transferred patient from Medicine Lodge Hospital to Wichita.

March 28, 2014 Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from Hardtner to Kiowa Hospital and thence to Wichita. March 29, 2014 Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from Hazelton to Kiowa Hospital. During the week officers received two reports of cattle out, two reports of goats out, performed nine public assists, and assisted four other agencies. Arrests March 27, 2014 Mindy J. Marcus, Medicine Lodge, W/F, 24. Arrest by BASO. Charges: DUI 2. Driving while driver’s license

suspended. Released March 28, 2014, on surety bond. March 28, 2014 Gary A. Rosenbaum, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 31. Arrest by MLPD. Charges: Driving while driver’s license expired 2. Possession of controlled stimulant 3. Transporting open container. Released March 30, 2014, on $15,000 surety bond. March 29, 2014 Adam J. Moody, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 30. Arrest by MLPD. Charges: Domestic battery 2. Criminal trespass 3. Criminal threat 4. Intimidation of victim or witness.

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Barber County Court Filings Criminal Filings Christopher M. Coultas, 1993, Medicine Lodge: (1) Distributing hallucinogenic or marijuana; Unknown quantity; (2) Possession of opiate, opium, narcotic or certain stimulant; (3) Use/possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body. Buddy Lynn Brittain, 1993, Medicine Lodge: (1) maximum speed limits 77 in 65; (2) Vehicles; Liability insurance coverage required; (3) Liquor; Purchase/consumption alcoholic liquor/ CMB by minor. Eli Samuel Corino, 1995, Kiowa: Possession of certain hallucinogenic drugs. Limited Civil Filings Pratt Regional Medical Center Corp. vs. Marsha Finch: Indebtedness in the amount of $1,411.20. SCTelcom vs. Courtney Schniffer: Indebtedness in the sum of $354.52. Domestic Relations Filings Cathy Rae Meade vs. Theodore Dewayne Meade: Divorce. John W. Duvall vs. Christina L. Michel: Divorce. Jana Foster vs. Clifford Clayton Foster Jr.: Protection from abuse. Marriage Filings Steven Alan Probst, 59, of Medicine Lodge and Dale Jean Underwood, 52, of Medicine Lodge. Traffic Filings Sada Cham, no age or address listed: Vehicles; Unlawful acts; e.g. registration ($25). Daniel J. Jones, 18, Kiowa: Failure

to wear seatbelt ($60). Zechariah Lee Sowter, 17, Hardtner: Driving on right side of roadway required ($0). Zechariah Lee Sowter, 17, Hardtner: Operating a motor vehicle without a valid license ($0). Jennifer B. Sullivan, 19, Kiowa: Operating a motor vehicle without a valid license ($241). Jennifer B. Sullivan, 19, Kiowa: Operating a motor vehicle without a valid license ($241). Jacob D. Thomas, 20, Wheeler, Texas: Defective tail lamp on motor vehicle ($141). Michael Albert Vogl, 30, Pretty Prairie: Official traffic control devices; Required obedience ($171). Charles Frank Ashbaker, 27, Kiowa: Driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked ($241). Kristi Bennett, 24, Attica: Driving under the influence; first conviction ($1,391). Kristi Bennett, 24, Attica: Driving on right side of roadway required ($0). Cecar L. Corral, 22, Colorado Springs, Colo.: Failure to yield at stop or yield sign ($171). Jasmine D. Fitzwater, 18, Kiowa: Failure to wear seatbelt ($10). Joseph Helvey, 20, Ellsworth: Defective tail lamp on motor vehicle ($141). Tristan N. Seigworth, 27, Medicine Lodge: Vehicles; Unlawful acts; e.g. registration ($0). Morgan Dawn Wichert, no age or address listed: Failure to wear seatbelt

($10). The following individuals were cited for speeding: Ralph Lee Abraham III, no age or address listed: 87 in 65 ($219). Sada Cham, no age or address listed: 78 in 65 ($159). Kc James Covington, 26, Hill City: 78 in 65 ($240). David A. Culver, 48, Little River: 67 in 55 ($138). Amber Michelle Culwell, no age or address listed: 76 in 65 ($147). Donald A. Demel, 51, Great Bend: 95 in 65 ($291). Jeffrey E. Duncan, no age or address listed: 82 in 65 ($183). Casey Brooke Friesen, no age or address listed: 82 in 65 ($183). Jessica Z. Herrera, 20, Great Bend: 78 in 65 ($159). Mikelyn A. Holoway, no age or address listed: 78 in 65 ($159). Gabriel Jesus Iglesias, 49, El Paso, Texas: 76 in 65 ($147). Steven M. Sindt, 25, Stephenville, Texas: 72 in 55 ($168). Thomas M. Walters, 56, Medicine Lodge: 77 in 65 ($153). Braden Tyler Waugh, no age or address listed: 81 in 65 ($177). Adam R. Amerine, 29, Pratt: 76 in 65 ($147). Keaton G. Baker, no age or address listed: 75 in 65 ($141). Brandon Scott Hermreck, 31, Wichita: 90 in 65 ($246). See Barber Page 62

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Tin Lion Coffee House – Equipment – Fixtures – Furniture Fairview, Oklahoma AUCTION Monday – April 14, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. OPEN HOUSE DATE: Tues., April 8, 2014, 5-7 pm Auction Location: 119 S. Main St., Fairview, OK This two story commercial property is located on Main Street in Fairview, OK. The lower level has been completely and beautifully renovated, including the original hardwood floors, ornate tin ceiling and hand textured walls. It has all new up to date and code electrical, lighting, plumbing, two ADA compliant bathrooms, central heat & air and basic kitchen space. New Progressive windows have been installed on upper level. New roof was put on in 2008. Also included in the build-out is a custom made bar and cabinets built by Red Cedar Creations. The building has a 25' store front and is approximately 90' in length; giving 2,250 sq. ft. per level. This property has its own private, graveled parking in back, where the cellar/storm shelter is located. Building has new guttering system on the back. There is plenty of retail space and room for kitchen expansion, if so desired. This space can also be easily converted into retail or other business. The upper level is a wide open canvas full of possibilities such as a loft apartment, art or photography studio or a variety of other business or rental income opportunity. Terms: 10% down, bal. due at closing. Announcements made the day of the auction take precedence. Coffeehouse Equip., Fixtures, & Furniture Sell Immediately After the Real Estate Nuova Simonelli, Aurelia 2 Group espresso machine; Nuova Simonelli, MDX espresso grinder; GWTF Bunn drip brewer; Bunn Burr grinder; 2.5L SS lined air pots; 2.5L glass lined airpots; Vita Mix, professional blending station w/2 pitchers ea.; Posiflex POS, printer & pole display w/TwoTouch software; Summit commercial refrigs/SS/under counter; Beverage-Air 27 c.f. Merchandizer refrig; Beverage-Air Elite Series, 12 pan, 48” refrigerated sandwich prep case; Manitowic ice machine, Model #QY0214A; Summit commercial refrig/glass front/under counter or counter top; microwave; GE toaster; Crosley upright commercial freezer; True commercial refrig/SS front; 90” 3 compartment SS kitchen sink w/2 drain boards/faucet & pre-rinse sprayer; Neon coffee cup open sign; Kitchen Aid mixer on stand; STAR 2sided commercial cast iron Panini grill; Starr-Holman 1/2 size, 4 rack, convection countertop oven; SS equip stand w/castors; wire shelving; SS 2'x 4' work table; Café tables & chairs; coffee “rattleware” steam pitchers, bell creamers, blender spoons, etc; coffee mugs; 11 qt. SS Superior soup kettle cooker; 3 gal. beverage dispensers; pastry cases; Kenmore upright freezer; household refrig; upholstered chairs & ottomans; coffee & end tables; deco access, wall hangings, vases; acrylic sign holders; retail display shelving; kitchen utensils, dishes, cookware, bake ware; store front Christmas deco, trees, etc; micro fiber love seat; Bow Flex weight machine; DR table w/5 leaves; 2-drawer wood filing cabinet; wicker & bistro set; wall mounted, framed menu panels; domed condiment trays; 5 shelf chrome tower organizer; books; 5 qt comm rd SS chafing dishes; 9 qt comm oblong SS chafing dishes; DeLonghi comm 60 cup SS coffee urn; 6' Kimball office desk; sm space heaters; paper shredder; full color drink posters; floor easel; FHS full color vinyl banners; FHS flag & pole; catering supplies, pitchers, serving trays, bowls, etc; misc retail gift items, mugs, etc; SS cake, pastry stands w/acrylic lids; Otis Spunkmeyer cookie oven; drinking glasses; stacking silver alum chairs, indoor/outdoor; mop bucket w/ringer; café supplies, napkin, condiment holders, etc; Slatwall floor display; Slatwall shelving, brackets, waterfall hooks; “To Go” insulated food containers, drink carriers, wax lined lunch-pastry boxes, etc; food storage containers w/lids; open-triple locker storage unit; seating cubes; wicker basket storage shelves; lg wall clock; punch bowl set; antique floor standing mirror; For more info contact Adam Martens, (580) 744-0194 or visit for complete details &pics. Seller: Tin Lion Coffee House Brad & Melvena Ewald One Grand Center, 201 N. Grand, Suite 600 Enid, Oklahoma 73701 (580) 233-3066 PH # 1-800-375-3773 • FAX # (580) 237-4915 Members of the O. S. A. A. And the N. A. A.

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Alfalfa County Real Estate Transactions

Beginning in book 736 page 939 Real Estate Transactions Roland Pederson & Terry Pederson TO Terry Pederson as Trustee of the Terry Pederson Revocable Trust dated October 15th 2013: An undivided ½ interest in the South ½ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 20, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the South ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the West ½ of the North ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the Southwest ¼ and the Southeast ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the Northwest ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the East ½ of the North ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 21, Township28, Range 12 North WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Roland Pederson & Terry Pederson TO Roland Pederson as Trustee of the Roland Pederson Revocable Trust dated October 15th 2013: An undivided ½ interest in the South ½ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 20, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ inter-

est in the South ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the West ½ of the North ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the Southwest ¼ and the Southeast ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the Northwest ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM: An undivided ½ interest in the East ½ of the North ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 21, Township 28, Range 12 North WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Robbie Parker, acting personal representative of the estate of Lacada M. Davis TO Ryland Stonehocker: LOTS 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16, in Block 38, less Railroad Right of Way, original Town of Carmen; Quit Claim Deed. Robert Whitesides & Sara Whitesides and Marvin Lynn Whitesides & Jennifer Whitesides TO Marvin Whitesides & Evangelina Whitesides: LOTS 13, 14, and 15 in Block 6, in the original Town of Cherokee; Quit Claim Deed. Robert Whitesides & Sara Whitesides TO Marvin Whitesides & Evangelina Whitesides: LOT 27 in Hodgen

Second Subdivision in Section 10, Township 26 North, Range 9 WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Robert Whitesides & Sara Whitesides and Evangelina Whitesides & Marvin Whitesides TO Marvin Whitesides & Evangelina Whitesides: LOTS 1 and the North 40ft. of LOT 2, in Block 1, Holcomb’s Addition to the City of Cherokee; Quit Claim Deed. Sherron Knight TO Kevin Frech: LOT 2, Block 28 in Lambert: LOT 12, Block 28 in Lambert: LOT 24, Block 28 in Lambert; Quit Claim Deed. Cohari Incorporated TO Curry Rentals LLC: LOT 15, in Block 29, Original Town of Carmen; Warranty Deed. Michael C. Keefner TO James Sanborn & Kathy C. Sanborn: The West 50ft. of LOTS 13, 14, and 15, in Block 37, in the Original Town of Cherokee; Warranty Deed. Mortgages Danny L Whittet & Tiffany D. Whittet TO ACB Bank: LOT 9, in Block 2 of the Taylor Addition to the City of Cherokee; $50,171.20. Roger Kildow & Judith Kildow TO Bank of Commerce: LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, in Block 4, in Myer’s Addition to the City of Cherokee; $90,000.

Barber County Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Transfers Beginning in book 137 page 138 Paul F. Nighswonger & Elaine M. Nighswonger TO Paul Floyd Nighswonger & Elaine Moore Nighswonger, as Trustees of both Nighswonger Family Farm and Minerals, LLC: Northeast ¼ of Section 31, Township 34 South, Range 13 WIM; Warranty Deed. Belinda C. Jeffery & Cregg Jeffery, Mark J. Stump & Sandra Stump, Denise A. Maus & A. William Maus TO Virginia C. Stump: Southeast ¼ of Section 14, Township 32 South, Range 15 West and the North ½ of the Southeast ¼ and the Northeast ¼ of Section 23, Township 32 South, Range 15 West; Quit Claim Deed. Jeffrey L. House & Christina M. House TO Rodney R. Maphet & Valle K. Swafford: The surface interest only in a tract of land in the Northwest ¼

of Section 12, Township 30 South, Range 12 WPM; Joint Tenancy Warranty Deed. Dustin John Hern and Melissa Jane Hern TO River North Farms, Incorporated: A tract of land located in the Northeast ¼ of Section 24, Township 32 South, Range 10 WPM; Statutory Warranty Deed. Powell G. McGuire Trust #1 dated November 26th 1997 TO Oringa C. McGuire Trust #1 dated November 26th 1997: All interest in the South ½ of the Southwest ¼ of Section 28, Township 32, Range 10: The West ½ of the Northwest ¼ of Section 29, Township 32, Range 10: The East ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 30, Township 32, Range 10: The Northwest ¼ Less Road R/W of Section 25, Township 32, Range 11; Quit Claim Deed. Mortgages Beginning in book 210 page 390

Lucas McDonald & Jayme McDonald TO The Peoples Bank: LOTS 34, 36, 38, and 40 on Kansas Avenue West in the Original Townsite t the City of Medicine Lodge; $80,750. K. Daryl Werner & Cindy Werner TO The Freeport State Bank: The East ½ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 23, Township 32 South, Range 10 WPM; $150,000. Herbert M. Landwehr & Myriam O. Landwehr TO Citizens Community Bank: The surface interest only to the South ½ of the Northeast ¼ and the Northeast ¼ of the Southwest ¼ and the West ½ of the Southwest ¼ and the Southeast ¼ of Section 26, Township 32 South, Range 10 WPM; $487,350. Brett A. Courson & Heidi R. Courson TO The Peoples Bank: The East 15ft. of LOT 8 and all of LOT 9 in Block 137 in the Town Company’s Addition to the City of Kiowa; $52,000.

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Class A CDL. Hawley Services in Kiowa, KS, is hiring Full and Inc. Contact Mark at 580-554- Part-Time Childcare Providers. Turn ‘n Burn Barrel Race 3923. Willing to train You must be 18 and be able to April 8th pass a background check. A High ESS Oilfield Services School Diploma or a GED is All Events Are Listed Alva. Wanted:CDL Drivers. required. Call Tara at 620-213on our Facebook page Tanker Endorsement. 9011 Competitive Pay, Insurance, Paid Help Wanted Vacation. 580-430-1800 or 580327-6760 Share Convalescent Home seeks Full-Time Director of Nurses, Help Wanted Full-Time LPNs or Rns, FullEbert Construction Co., Inc., Time Administrative Assistant, County Arena Events has immediate openings Full-Time and Part-Time cooks Call (580) 596-6594 to schedule events. for experienced Equipment and dietary aides and a FullOperators and a CDL Hazmat Time Housekeeper. Please call Driver able to work in Oklahoma. 580-430-3390 or apply online at Job site locations are Hwy 270 S of Seiling, OK and on Hwy 64 CDL Drivers Needed W of Alva. Request application at 785-456-2455 or email@ CDL Drivers Needed Pre- Immediately! Must Have: 3-5 Employment Drug Screening. Years Experience. Must Be Equal Opportunity Employer Able to Pass a Drug Test. Clean Driving Record. Call 580-327Help Wanted 2327 or 936-590-9961. Alfalfa Co. Fairgrounds Manager. Help Wanted Competitive Salary, Full Benefits, Bonus Potential. Applications Maintenance Person Needed For and Job Description Available at An Apartment Complex. General Alfalfa Co. Extension Office. 300 Maintenance Skills Required. If S. Grand,Cherokee. Interested Please Call 580-3270906 Lv Msg. Help Wanted Help Wanted Lite-N-Nite, all shifts. Apply in person at 1624 Okla Blvd CDL Truck Driver. Local Oilfield Service Co. Hauling fluids. SignCome Join Our Team! On bonus. Top pay. Insurance. Now hiring experienced Class Contact Rex at 580-727-5038 A CDL drivers with Tanker Help Wanted Endorsement. Pay starting at $18 to0 $20/hr, depending on Licensed electricians and experience. Must have good apprentices needed, full benefit driving record and current package, experience in oilfield medical card. Benefits include and gas compression preferred $500 sign on bonus, vacation pay but not necessary. Call 580-883and insurance. Please call 405- 4667 or send resume to barbd@ 308-6973 for application


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April 2, 2014 Help Wanted The Homestead Retirement Community seeks a Full-Time Cook and a Part-Time Office/Activity Assistants. Please call 580-430-3390 or apply online at www. Help Wanted Lutheran Daycare Director. Apply in person at 902 2nd St. Childcare experience preferred Farm Supplies For Sale Crust Buster 15 ft Batwing Mower. $500. 580-829-2543 For Sale 2008 Russ Tharp Woman Roping Saddle. 14 1/2 inch seat. $1500 obo. Call Megan at 580-884-0105 For Sale 1981 JD Combine 7720 24’ Header, shedded & good condition. Retired Farmer 580-871-2358 Garage Sales Yard Sale April 4 from 4-8pm. April 5 from 8am-? 802 Logan St

Alva Review-Courier/Newsgram Garage Sale 204 Barnes, Sat 10am-3pm Estate Sale + Thur, Fri & Sat. 10-5. Several Families. New Stuff Daily. Reta Jackson. 526 9th Alva. Garage Sale Lots of household items & baked goods. 318 S 3rd St. in Helena. Fri 8am-4pm. Sat 8am-noon Lawn Care Lawn Mower for Sale Like new JD Z645 zero turn lawn mower, 48” cut width, less then 20 hrs. Asking $4500. Call 580-430-9072 & leave message if no answer Miscellaneous Will Haul Off Junk Appliances for free. Also buying some scrap metal in local Alva area. 580-3706060 For Sale & Want to Rent Pair of General P205 65 R15 tires for sale. Exc cond $60. Want to rent indoor space for 26ft travel trailer in Alva. 903-408-7540 For Sale EZ-GO electric golf cart. 620-886-1694 Salad Luncheon Tues, Apr 8, 11am-1pm. Moose Lodge. 302 7th. Fried Chicken, Ham & Beans, Chicken & Noodles Alva Moose Lodge Mom & Pops Nite Out. Fri, Apr 4th 2014. Calf Fries, Catfish, Chicken Tenders, Sides, Salads & desserts. 6-8pm

Page 60 Alva Moose Lodge Sunday Buffet every Sunday 11am-1pm. This Sunday-Meatloaf, Sausage & Peppers, Sides, Salads & Desserts Real Estate Normandy Apartments 2 bdrm for rent. 405-659-4199 For Rent Cozy RV Space. 580-430-6052 Apt for Lease 2bdrm, CH/A, util included in rent. 580327-2554 RV Spaces for Rent 25 x 70 in Dacoma. $325 & $350 per month. Have spaces for bunk houses $450. All bills paid. Call 580-327-2487, 580-3277206 or 580-748-1487 Nice Apartments Avail Renovated apartment complex has 1bdrm & 2bdrm apartment avail. Appliances, Wireless Internet included. All Bills Paid. New onsite laundry open 24/7. Nice tree shaded courtyard with BBQ/Picnic Area. Onsite manager avail 5 to 7pm for application & to show apartments. Call 580-327-2841 or 580-430-7036. Drop by Aspen Apartments, 602 Hart St. Alva, OK and see the best deal in town Homes For Rent 4bdrm 3bth 5 minutes N of Alva avail June 1, $1600/mo with utilities. By Cherokee, 3bdrm 1.5 bth avail May 1, $1400/mo. Call for more info 403-396-9808 Are U Wanting Rent $? $74,900 buys you a 3bdrm 1 bth home with CH/A. Call Schuessler Real Estate 580327-0707.

PAT WHITE REALTY A NEW HOME FOR THE NEW YEAR! NEW LISTING AT 522 Spruce, DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION ON 942 BAKER; 531 13th; 626 Center; 630 Center; Price Reduced on 601 13th; 401 E. Flynn; 2168 Cecil in Waynoka; 102 Aspen. See These Soon! CALL PAT 580-327-4337 OR 580-430-5743, TERRI BROWN 580-829-3164 or Cris CAMPBELL 580-732-0422




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SPECIAL THANKS To Alva and Surrounding Communities. Thank you all for your continuing support and prayers for Ashlee & Connor Sneary. This is truly a great place to live!! Mark & Wallecia Ream & Family MARK REAM MOTORS

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Community Calendar Wednesday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. Noon Alva Kiwanis Club meets at Champs Restaurant. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 7 p.m. Alva Moose Lodge men’s meeting is held every Wednesday. Thursday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior

Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. Noon Alva Rotary Club meets at Champs Restaurant. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 3-6 p.m. Food distribution every Thursday, Alva Wesleyan Food Bank, 818 Lane St. 5:30 p.m. Weight Watchers meets every Thursday at College Hill Church of Christ in Alva.

Maximize Your Lifestyle 512 Myers Dr., great location/great price. $249,000. 6bdrm, 3.5bth, inground swimming pool. Call for a personal tour. Schuessler Real Estate 580-327-0707. For Rent Tired of Motels? Spacious country guest cottage has Direct TV, laundry, microwave, fridge. Nightly, weekly or monthly rates. Between Alva and Cherokee. 580-7481385 For Sale House + 10 acres in Waynoka, OK. $119,000. 580-824-7201 For Lease Professional Office Space in Cherokee with shared amenities. 580-430-8085 For Sale 104 E Kiowa Avenue, Hardtner, KS. $104,500. 620-672-7950 For Rent Tiny Studio Apt. Furnished. No Pets! All Bills Paid. $600. 580-430-6052 Older is Wiser 227 Center, 4bdrm house w/guest house, new price $175,000. Call for a personal tour. Schuessler Real Estate 580-327-0707.

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Vernon J. Hirt, no age or address listed: 75 in 65 ($141). Alejandro Pedreza Sanches, 22, Kiowa: 82 in 65 ($183). Jeffrey Eugene Pritchard, no age or address listed: 76 in 65 ($147). Marisa C. Rendon, 42, Dodge City:

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7 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. 7 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous meets every Friday at the Senior Citizen Center, 122 1/2 E. Second, Cherokee.

75 in 65 ($141). Kerk James Roberts, 30, Oklahoma City, Okla.: 76 in 65 ($147). Clayton R. Rusk, 50, Wellington: 73 in 55 ($189). Morgan Dawn Wichert, no age or address listed: 80 in 65 ($171).


they received a call from individual and he said it was a fatality accident but they didn’t have it confirmed yet, gave respondent’s information to officer for him to call, called respondent, respondent said it was a fatality accident. March 28, 2014 3:46 p.m. Information, report of a red pickup with out-of-state tag is crossing center line on 64 between Jet and Nash headed towards Nash, messaged Grant County. March 29, 2014 8:38 p.m. Miscellaneous, respondent advised several people had been to her daughter’s house in Carmen and a fight started so she and her boyfriend came home, they had picked up a man from a hospital and he was still at the house word fighting, they did not want him back to their house so they put his stuff on the front porch, advised no of-

ficer needed just wanted us to know that individual’s stuff was on front porch, advised deputy of what was going on. March 30, 2014 7:58 p.m. Reckless driver, Enid OHP advised of a report of a maroon Buick four-door that was all over the roadway northbound coming out of Cleo Springs on Highway 8, running multiple vehicles off roadway. March 31, 2014 4:56 a.m. Minor accident on Highway 64/Ingersoll, CPD advised of a 911 call, respondent hit a deer on Highway 64 going toward Alva, couldn’t say exact location, respondent said car is running but is overheating, advised OHP. 8:36 a.m. Reckless driver, respondent request more patrols at Highway 38 north out of Jet, there have been a lot of speeding vehicles and it is dangerous, advised deputies.

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Help Wanted: Copier Service Technician. Training provided along with a nice benet package. This position requires strong organization and computer skills. This job is located at our Alva location. Please send resume to: Dirks Copy Products, Inc. 116 North Main Medicine Lodge, KS 67104 or email to


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