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Downtown Alva's Arts and Shopping District First Friday Art Walk Downtown Alva! May 2nd, 2014 • 5:30 to 8:00 Alva Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Ladies Night Out check out all of the downtown merchant's specials!
NWOSU Jazz Band on the Courthouse Lawn and Stage Bring a Lawn Chair—no cost to enjoy the music Brought to you by the Nescatunga Arts Council NWOSU Art Professor Jave Yoshimoto will have art work on display in the Courthouse Lobby At Graceful Arts Gallery and Studios On Exhibit—Impressionism, Past, Present, Future Featuring the work of Betty Bowen and Stephen Smith NWOSU Artist in Residence, Caitlin Foley will exhibit her work and we will also host the NWOSU Art Students in the Gallery
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of Everett, Wash.; Nicole Warehime and husband Eric of Edmond; and Emily Roddy and husband Scott of Oklahoma City; 16 great-grandchildren; five greatgreat-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers the family wishes contributions be made in her memory to Zion Lutheran Church or to a charity of their choice.
Lone Wolf; his sister, Minnie Wood of Caldwell, Texas; three grandchildren, Sheryl Grigsby and husband Garett of Attica, Kan.; Adam Richardson and wife Stacey of Bethpage, Tenn.; and Duane Richardson of Alva; seven greatgrandchildren, Morgan and Doss Grigsby of Attica, Colby and Mattie Richardson of Purcell, Cordell and Jewel Richardson of Bethpage, and Andrew Sherrod of Bethpage; other relatives and friends. Memorial contributions may be made through the funeral home to the Lone Wolf First Baptist Church. Remembrances may be shared with the family at www.marshallfuneralhomes. com.
Obituaries DOROTHY M. RAUH Funeral services for Dorothy Mae Rauh will be Friday, May 2, at 1:30 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church with Rev. Aaron Wagner officiating. Wharton Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www. whartonfuneralchapel. com. Dorothy Mae, daughter of Ottilie Martha (Kletke) and Wilbur Forest Dimmick, was born in Alva on Feb. 8, 1925. She passed away at Alva’s Share Convalescent Home on the 27th day of April, 2014, at the age of 89 years, 2 months and 19 days. Miss Dimmick married John H. Rauh on Aug. 8, 1943. Following their marriage they made their home in Alva. She worked at Gleyre’s T.V. and Appliances, Hill Funeral Home, Alva Farmers Co-Op and the Lutheran Daycare. Dorothy loved to travel locally (driving around town) and was able to visit Europe, Israel, China, Australia and New Zealand. She also enjoyed teaching Sunday school and gardening. She was a member of the Alva Zion Lutheran Church. Mrs. Rauh was preceded in death by her parents; a step-sister, Rella Winter; a step-brother, Ray Dimmick; and nieces Webbie Lou Short, Eva Jean Watson and nephews Kenneth Dimmick and Ray Dimmick Jr. She is survived by her four children and their spouses: Sandra (Sandy) and Phillip Murry of Alva; J. Randall (Randy) Rauh, MD, and Deb of Big Sky, Mont.; John Michael (Mike) and Sue Rauh of Edmond; Mark Alan and Mary Anne Rauh of Alva; 13 grandchildren, Matt Murray and wife Linda of Alva; Debbie Murry of Alva; Major Wade Murry and wife Becca of Honolulu, Hawaii; Heather Forgey of Edmond; Sarah Rauh of Bozeman, Mont.; Travis Rauh and wife Sarah of Townsend, Mont.; Josh Rauh and wife Megan of Lenexa, Kan.; Jay Rauh and wife Alicia of Chicago, Ill.; Chris Rauh and wife Paige of Rockton, Ill.; Laura Rauh of Edmond; Sally Rauh
ALBERT LEROY “BUD” RICHARDSON Funeral services for Albert Leroy “Bud” Richardson will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 1, at the Marshall Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jim Riley, pastor of the Lone Wolf Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Waynoka Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Marshall Funeral Home of Alva. Albert Leroy “Bud” Richardson, son of the late Albert and Lillian Violet (Bain) Richardson, was born May 13, 1925, in Slick and passed away April 26, 2014, at Weatherford at the age of 88 years, 11 months and 13 days. Bud attended school in Oklahoma City and Skiatook. On August 3, 1943, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps for three years. On Nov. 13, 1945, he was united in marriage to Dorothy Mae Haltom at Kiowa, Kan. He started as a welder for Oklahoma Natural Gas Company and retired after 30 years of service as the high pressure line supervisor for northwest Oklahoma. After his retirement, he and Dorothy delivered the Newsgram throughout northwest Oklahoma and southern Kansas. He was raised in the Baptist church. He was a member of the Alva Lake Club and enjoyed hunting and fishing. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy; two sons, Forest Richardson and Randall Lee Richardson; one brother, Donald Richardson; and two sisters, Betty Wesolick and Mary Farren. Bud is survived by one son, Benny Eugene Richardson and wife Beth of
IRENE WELTY Irene Welty, 94, passed away April 28, 2014, in Vici. Services are pending with Wharton Funeral Chapel.
Aline-Cleo April Student of the Month Kristopher Robinson, a sophomore, was chosen as the April Student of the Month at Aline-Cleo. His school philosophy is to show up, bring a pencil and turn in your work. He is inspired by his parents, Hidalgo Buscus and Peepaw Jones. He likes all kinds of sports and hanging out with friends. Kristopher is the son of Scott and Kristie Robinson.
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Freedom School Board sells several vehicles By Lynn L. Martin Several people showed up at the Freedom School Board meeting interested in the bid openings for several vehicles that had been advertised as surplus and for sale. There were quite a few bids, as the district had advertised in the Newsgram, the Penny News and the Woodward News. It took about half an hour to open them all.
Even though there were numerous bidders for the four items, Cossa Auto and Diesel was the high bidder on each. A 2001 F250 Ford diesel pickup brought $5,275; a 2001 Honda Civic sedan bought $1,675; a 1980 Chevy 20 pickup brought $425; and a 196467 International 2424 tractor with an 1850 Loader/bucket brought $1,675. Two new teachers were hired for the
Two new faculty members were employed for the next school year at the Freedom Board of Education meeting Monday night. The husband and wife team is Holly Neill (elementary education) and Calvin Neill (athletic coach and history instructor.) The pair have taught together the last several years at Canadian.
next school year. The husband and wife team is Holly Neill (elementary education) and Calvin Neill (athletic coach and history instructor.) The pair have taught together the last several years at Canadian. They were allowed to tell the board about their careers and their family. They have a 3-year-old boy. They both expressed enthusiasm about joining the Freedom district. Insurance Coop Going Away Superintendent Danny McCuiston told the board of the demise of the Oklahoma School Property and Casualty Company (OSPCC) at the end of April. This cooperative was formed a few years ago and ended up with about 50 schools as participants who must now scramble to find insurance. McCuiston said Oklahoma Schools Risk Management Trust (OSRMT) is submitting a quote to the district for fiscal year (FY) 2014 as well as the remainder of the 2014 school year. At the moment, because things are not settled, he said the district is covered through a re-insurance coverage, but would be liable for the first $250,000 to $300,000 of losses. He is hoping that deal with the OSRMT will come together by May 1. He assured the board members, â€œWe will not be without insurance.â€? In financial news, the superintendent provided information to the board dated April 1. The year-to-date collections are $1,300,296.58 compared to $1,099,826.32, an increase of $200,470.26. He also reported good news that after a district request the State Board of Education honored a penalty waiver that was imposed due to excessive carry-over that would have cost the district $1,200. The compressor went out in the milk cooler in the cafeteria. McCuiston said they are waiting for quotes for replacement or repair. The student milk is currently being stored in the walk-in cooler. The board entered into executive session to discuss hiring of certified and non-certified employees. Freedom does not meet on Fridays, so there will be no school on May 2, 9 and 16. Other end-of-school events include the prom on May 3, several banquets and a few field trips. The last day of school is May 22.
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By Samantha Smith Tucked between Highway 281 and Highway 58 is my little hometown – population 156. Yes, you read that right. But don’t let that number confuse you; my tiny town packs a punch. Yep, that’s Main Street up above where you’ll find the co-op, the bank, the post office, the town’s finest dining venue (a convenience store, which also served as the after-school hangout hub) and of course, the school – my beloved alma mater, home of the Elks and Lady Elks. Purple pride all the way. I cannot put into words how fortunate I feel to have grown up in a community like this one. What we lacked in numbers we made up for in school spirit, hard work and heart. And I can guarantee the people of my town will never be able to fathom how much they mean to me and how much they shaped me into the young woman I have become. Because, you see, when you grow up in a tiny town like Burlington, you aren’t just raised by your parents. You’re raised by your whole community. I graduated high school with only six other students. Six. That’s single digits, folks. But if I’m being completely honest, I’d have to tell you I wouldn’t want it any other way. Boy howdy, college was a shocker! But thanks to a wonderful education system and supportive teachers
and administration, I was well prepared. You see, small, rural schools let you do that. They allow you to connect with your classmates and build relationships with your teachers. Large schools just don’t get that. I still know so many teachers and community members who have continued to support me past high school – ones who have remained my mentors, and even a few who have become my friends. My home is a place surrounded by agriculture. Cows. Wheat. Tractors. Everywhere. I can guarantee the people of my community are some of the hardest-working individuals you’ll ever meet. That’s comes from a life in farming. Because of them, I have always found farmers to be the most admirable of people. Someone who will shed their blood, sweat and tears to produce food and fiber for billions of people who will never say thank you, someone who will put in 100-plus hour work weeks and sacrifice time away from their families for the well being of people they will never meet, someone who will put in hours of hard work day after day and never complain – that’s a hero to me, and I’m so thankful my heroes had a part in raising me. Sometimes I get a little sad when I think about the fact that Burlington will probably never be my home again. I miss the people and the spirit the town exudes, but just because I’m gone doesn’t mean my town is not with me. I keep a little piece of it everywhere I go – right inside my heart.
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It's a girl! Jayli Boyd Severin was born on April 6, 2014, at 12:51 p.m. She weighed 9 lbs. 2 oz. and was 21.5 inches long. Her parents are Tyler and Jordan Severin of Goltry. Grandparents are Rick and Dot Tyree of Hardtner, KS, and Brian and Cindy Severin of Goltry. Maternal great grandparents are Bernice Tyree, Charles Bird, the late Harry Tyree, and the late Junior Lee and Helen Houston. Paternal great grandparents are Cecil and Janice Severin and Sandra and the late Delbert Luginbill.
Wolgamotts celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary Carol Babcock and David Wolgamott were married May 1, 1959, at the Look Out Church in rural Woods County. They are looking forward to celebrating their 55th wedding anniversary at a reception hosted by their children, Shelley Colborn, Charla Turner and Durwin Wolgamott. Please join us May 4 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hardtner Senior Citizen Center. Cake, punch and visiting are planned. The Wolgamotts’ children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren would love to have written memories from Carol and David’s family and friends. Please feel free to bring your memories in writing.
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Burlington School board re-employs personnel, approves gym improvements By Yvonne Miller At their April meeting last Tuesday evening, Burlington’s school board acted on numerous items they’ve discussed for several months. They had a good audit and rehired personnel. President Terry Graham presided over the meeting with members Beth Guffy, Roger Allen and Allison Armbruster present. Aaron Smith was absent. Others present were: Superintendent Glen Elliott, Principal Shane Feely and minutes clerk Linda Gordon. Guests present were Chas. A. “Buddy” Carroll from Carroll Auditing firm, Jeff Boyd from Beckett Brothers Flooring and Scott Kline from Northwest Electric. Gym Improvements The gymnasium will be a hub of activity this summer. The board approved replacing the gym floor as discussed previously. That’s after asking questions of Jeff Boyd from Beckett Brothers Floors. Beckett will remove the existing maple floor and reinstall first grade maple flooring after inspecting the substructures. This is as laid out in Beckett’s Option 1 proposal at a cost of $43,778. The price includes seal, finish, lines and graphics. Elliott said Beckett believes the substructure should not be damaged, but there will be additional cost if it is. The work is be done in July and ready for use before school starts in August. Scott Kline from Northwest Electric attended the board meeting to discuss and
answer further questions concerning replacement of gymnasium lighting. Kline told board members that LEDs’ ease of installation, greater light output, better durability and ability to operate on onefourth of the electricity of current lights offset LEDs’ higher initial cost. Elliott said they had tried to find another gym with LED lighting to compare, but couldn’t. The administration had Alfalfa Electric Cooperative run some figures about projected costs, but the lighting type is relatively new so all they have are projections, Elliott said. The board accepted the bid from Northwest Electric to install LED lighting in the gym for $28,900 or less. Board members discussed the condition of the windows in the gymnasium and their importance as it applies to keeping a new gym floor in good condition. They reviewed a quote from Progressive Windows, then discussed the possibility of checking with other vendors, which might necessitate having a special meeting. The goal would be to replace the windows if it is necessary to do so before the work on the floor is started. The board agreed to table the issue until further research could be done. While not in the gym, the board again discussed remodeling the music/band room to be the pre-kindergarten room. Two quotes were presented. One was from A-Z Construction Co. in the amount of $39,865 and the other was from Collins
Construction in the amount of $21,500. The board accepted the bid from Collins Construction. Personnel Rehired, Good Audit and Other Board Business Following about a 40-minute executive session, the board approved re-employing career certified personnel Travis Bradshaw, Judy Elliott, Vanessa Garvie, Veda Holt 2/7 of a day, Gary Jenlink 4/7 of a day, Danielle Jewell, Lindsey Morgan, Jennifer Newlin, Janell Newman, Kirsten Pruett, Terry Pederson, Randy Turney, Robyn Turney and Kelly Campbell. The board also approved re-employing probationary certified personnel Kaye Christensen, Jessica Hadwiger, Stacey Croft, Ilene Littlefield, Ken Jones and Kiley Feely. The board approved the rate of payment for unused personal days at $40 per day for certified and full-time employees and $20 per day for uncertified and parttime employees. Buddy Carroll presented the 20122013 fiscal year audit as conducted by Chas A. Carroll Auditing. Carroll reviewed a condensed version with the board. He said no material or significant items of noncompliance were noted. However, in the management letter one error was mentioned. A Title II report was not submitted in a timely manner. The amount wasn’t forfeited, but has rolled over and is available in 2013-2014 fiscal year. The board accepted the audit as presented. Three bids were received on the property described as the Burlington Teacherage at 302 4th St. in Burlington. The bids were opened in the order they were received and are as follows: $3,100, Mitch Penner; $3,100, Tri-County Investments; $1,000 Mike Cook. None of the bidders attended. The board accepted the $3,100 bid from Mitch Penner despite the identical amount as Tri-County due to the date his bid was received. Monthly finances were approved as follows: General fund – encumbrances, $27,047.25; change orders, $2,639.60; warrants, $154,798.32.
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Waynoka City Council Position remains vacant
By Laura Scott Troy Bradford, Michael Duvall, Susan Bradford, Tim Crissup, Ronnie Pitts and Mayor Andy Bowen were present for the Waynoka City Council meeting on Wednesday, April 23. Travis George and Letty Bittner were absent. The consent agenda was approved by the city council. Susan Bradford added that “the detail is getting better.” This included the general fund in the amount of $72,140.35, restricted tourism checks in the amount of $750, and the airport for $197.40. Police Chief Whitney has attended state-mandated training in Oklahoma City. Alert training at the school has been completed and the city received compliments from the staff that came in for this. Susan Bradford asked how fleet training was going. Ashley has remained in the reserve academy. She will be completing a bridge academy in 2015 for eight weeks. Michael Duvall asked about how the cars are holding up. The police chief’s car was hit by a deer. The car has recently
completed repairs for the damage done to the vehicle, which will be covered by insurance. Should bad weather hit for the Snake Hunt, Chief Whitney is unable to provide shelter to accommodate the masses. “We will go through the camp sites and have the rangers go through as well and let them know we have no place for them.” The nursing home has been reappraised. $113,000 was their assessment of its value. The nursing home will be listed at this amount. Three passed the test for the EMS class and another ambulance driver has been hired. Code enforcement is underway. Yards with tall grass will receive a letter and may receive tickets and have to pay court costs. Susan Bradford was concerned that the entrance to the campground on the west side does not have any stop signs and people are using the trail at too high of a speed. Mayor Andy See Waynoka Page 35
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Waynoka FCCLA members qualifying for the National Leadership Conference are (from left to right) Austin Durkee, Brooklinn Weber, Josiah Darr, Ashley Wells, Maria Wilcox, Kaylee Tyson and Hannah Darr. The Waynoka FCCLA Chapter is advised by Mrs. Daresa Poe.
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Seven members of the Waynoka Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter have qualified to compete at the National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas, July 5 – 11. Hannah Darr, Josiah Darr, Austin Durkee, Kaylee Tyson, Brooklinn Weber, Ashley Wells and Maria Wilcox will represent the Oklahoma FCCLA as they compete in Students Taking Action with Recognitions (STAR) Events on the national level. The students qualified by placing first or second in the state STAR Events completion that took place in Stillwater March 27 – 28. Waynoka had five first-place winners and seven national qualifiers, which is the most the chapter has ever had. These students are each raising money to help pay for the expenses of the trip. The FCCLA members are asking for donations and corporate sponsorships to help pay for conference registration, hotel and other expenses See FCCLA Page 35
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New State Farm agent brings 24 years’ experience By Lynn L. Martin Stephanie Eaton of Enid was approached by State Farm Insurance to consider taking ownership of the Alva office when Jim Hale announced his retirement. Even though she has 24 years’ experience in the insurance business, and her husband just 20 years, Stephanie had just completed the rigorous qualification procedure to become an agent. She said, “A few years ago, my husband and son embarked on a mission trip to Africa in a location that was considered high risk regarding the terrorist organization al Qaeda. At that time, I realized if something happened to them, I was not qualified in State Farm’s eyes to take over his agency. So even though we had decades of experience together, that did not count until you passed the qualifications on your own. “I had just completed the qualification when Jim Hale announced his retirement plans. State Farm approached me and asked if I was interested. I prayed about it for three or four weeks. It was quite a mental struggle and I wanted to be sure this was the right thing to do. I love doing what I do ... which is taking care of people.” The eventual “yes” decision has brought many changes in Eaton’s life. She commutes to Alva about five days a week,
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with sometimes an extra Saturday thrown in to help with the remodeling project at their future location: the former Dairy Queen (or Ranger Grill). Stephanie said they have purchased the building and hope to be located there by September or October. She said, “It’s going to be a great place. We’re framing it up to have all the offices we need. It’s going to be a nice place to do business.” Small Town Girl Eaton grew up in a small town in southeastern Kansas before becoming a Plano, Texas, girl as she entered high school. After that, it was Southern Nazarene University for a degree in business and a minor in accounting. She married her husband, Jeff, while a senior in college, graduating in 1990. The pair has three children, most of whom are almost out of the nest. The daughter See Eaton Page 30
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before making her decision. “I would say the same thing about any increase, not just the mayor. I would like to fully analyze the situation before making a decision.” Should the board vote in favor of approving this ordinance, such increase will not affect the salary during the current mayoral term. Upcoming budget meetings have been set. The budget meetings are scheduled for May 14 and June 11 at 7 p.m. As of yet, no one has agreed to being appointed to Ward 3, Seat 1, so the position continues to remain vacant. The fire chief stated he now has 23 guys on at the fire department. “The most we have ever had. We may need to buy some gear.” The jaws of life need to be replaced. On the next agenda, the old set will be placed on surplus and council members will vote to authorize the purchase of a new set of cutters. Mayor Bowen has asked that a list of items be provided that are no longer needed and can be placed on the list.
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Part of the time during her 24-year insurance career, Eaton also served as a pharmaceutical representative for five years traveling a route that included Alva, Buffalo, Shattuck, Woodward, Gage and Mooreland as part of her territory. “So I AM quite familiar with this area,” she said. Asked what the family does for fun, Eaton replied. “We really do like working outside as a family. Even if it is my boys mowing, I like to get out there and mow with them. We love the outdoors. And I love watching them play sports. We like to be active!” What do you like best about Alva? What do you like least? The first half of the question was quickly answered. Eaton said she was a bit concerned about how well she would be accepted because she was an “outsider” coming to a small town similar to the one where she grew up in. She said all those
worries were for naught. She expressed enthusiasm for how sincerely people have welcomed her. When asked what she likes least, Eaton groaned and said, “I’m sure this is the universal answer (pointing at the highway 50 feet away): those big trucks. They are REALLY noisy.” Competition Finally, we asked, “Will you be competing with your husband’s State Farm Agency in Enid?” She laughed. “Well, we technically do. But we learned a long time ago to be on the same team. So as I push him, he pushes me. I did have some fun when I called his office the other day and gave him a hard time over something.” How Long for Alva? Eaton almost bristled at that question. She said, “I want to be an agent here as long as State Farm will let me be. I’m not looking at five years or 10 years. I’m looking at twenty or thirty … a career!”
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Bowen requested that the problem be observed and a suggestion be made at next month’s meeting. Though the board could not take action due to the lack of members present, city council members were provided information regarding financing the street improvement project of the Waynoka Utilities Authority. Stated Mayor Bowen, “Our next meeting will be in May and there is a possibility that we will take action then.” Council members voted in favor of designating Rebekah Beason as the person in charge of grants and approval of her as signatory on all Waynoka accounts. For purposes of convenience and expedience, she will be in charge of all grant applications and completing the requirements. Initial discussion began to consider approval of Ordinance No. 2014-782 to provide for an increase in the salary of the mayor. “This is an ordinance that would increase the mayor’s pay to $1,000 a month. Right now the mayor is paid $300/month or $277 after taxes. I would not do this job again for that,” said Bowen.
Susan Bradford asked to see the budget before making her decision. “I would say the same thing about any increase, not just the mayor. I would like to fully analyze the situation before making a decision.” Should the board vote in favor of approving this ordinance, such increase will not affect the salary during the current mayoral term. Upcoming budget meetings have been set. The budget meetings are scheduled for May 14 and June 11 at 7 p.m. As of yet, no one has agreed to being appointed to Ward 3, Seat 1, so the position continues to remain vacant. The fire chief stated he now has 23 guys on at the fire department. “The most we have ever had. We may need to buy some gear.” The jaws of life need to be replaced. On the next agenda, the old set will be placed on surplus and council members will vote to authorize the purchase of a new set of cutters. Mayor Bowen has asked that a list of items be provided that are no longer needed and can be placed on the list.
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Waynoka donors will be listed on the back of a t-shirt that the students will wear while in San Antonio. If you are interested you can contact one of the students or Mrs. Poe at the school at 580-824-4341. At the National Leadership Conference students will have the opportunity to experience workshops, general sessions, vendors, exhibits, motivational speakers and the election of the 20142015 national officer team. Students also plan to take in the Alamo, Sea World, El Mercado and the Riverwalk experience.
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April 21, 2014 4:20 p.m. Welfare check, deputy en route to Ingersoll for welfare check. April 22, 2014 8:12 a.m. 911 call, major accident, CPD advised semi vs pickup on Highway 64 and 690 west of Nash, deputies en route, Helena Ambulance and Jet first responders advised and en route, OHP and ODOT notified. 3:45 p.m. Grass fire, respondent advised of controlled burn out of control, Burlington and Amorita/Byron en route. April 23, 2014 1:36 a.m. Structure fire, respondent called and reported that train operator reported that some railroad ties may be on fire north of Highway 45 near McWillie, respondent advised if trains needed stopped let them know, Helena Fire Department advised and en route, Helena Fire Department unable to find fire, tried to get better directions, found the fire on the south track split, fire is out, call respondent and let them know that a tie was burned up and there are metal shavings out there also, advised respondent. 6:23 a.m. Reckless driver, respondent called and reported that a truck driver was all over the road, said they were between Helena and Nash on Highway 64, truck was in the middle of the road while he was on the phone, advised OHP.
9:30 p.m. Miscellaneous, officer called in that signs and equipment were in the road over on Highway 11, advised ODOT, ODOT removed signs. 9:51 p.m. Unknown fire, respondent called and reported a fire, maybe a pole fire in Jet, advised Jet Fire Department, Jet Fire Department said they got the fire out, box came off pole and caught fire, advised Alfalfa Electric Cooperative about the pole. 10:01 p.m. Structure fire, CPD called and advised that there is a fire at the end of the north trail on the far north side of Nescatunga, pole fire, Nescatunga Fire Department (NFD) advised and en route, NFD said fire was out, owner had already started putting it out before they arrived. 10:02 p.m. Miscellaneous, caller advised of powerlines hanging down at County Road 730 and Carter, advised Alfalfa Electric Cooperative of the down powerline. 10:23 p.m. Miscellaneous, respondent called and reported lines sparking north of the fairgrounds, they are sparking over someone’s house, advised CPD they said they would call Alfalfa Electric Cooperative. April 24, 2014 8:43 a.m. 911 call, minor accident a half-mile east of County Road 740 on Highway 64 2-3 miles east of Jet, non
injury, one vehicle left the scene, deputy advised and en route, called respondent, he advised road not blocked, vehicle that left was a white service truck with a trailer mirror slap, mirror came into the drivers window, advised OHP. 8:59 a.m. Unknown fire, respondent advised flames could be seen to the west of Cherokee from the third floor of the courthouse, deputy advised and en route, deputy advised all is receiving well. April 25, 2014 4:20 a.m. Transport prisoner in custody, deputy en route to DOC A&R with two individuals, offenders admitted, deputy will be out of the county until Monday morning. 3:52 p.m. Grass fire, caller advised of hay bales on fire 2 miles west of Helena and 2 miles south on County Road 640, advised Helena officer and paged Helena Fire Department, officer advised of possible vehicle related to fire, a red or wine colored pickup with flat bed occupied by two individuals, also advised aproximately 30 bales were fully engulfed, advised Garfield County referring suspect vehicle. April 26, 2014 10:15 a.m. Miscellaneous, Woods County called and said that there is a deer in the road on Highway 64 and County Road 550, advised deputy and ODOT. 12:19 p.m. Miscellaneous, respondent called and reported that they were having trouble with a person being verbally abusive and would like an officer in Ingersoll, deputy advised and en route. 10:24 p.m. Reckless driver, caller advised of reckless driving and disturbance of the peace was going on in Aline, she wanted it to stop, deputy advised and en route. April 27, 2014 4:40 p.m. Trespassing, caller advised individual is in her front yard in Carmen, needed a deputy to come and make subject leave, deputy advised. 6:40 p.m. Dog bite, caller advised his grandson had been bitten by a dog, he advised he was taking grandson to Bass Hospital, caller advised county of the owner’s last known phone number, county attempted to contact the owner for information on the dog’s vaccination records and received no answer. 8:51 p.m. Medical emergency, caller advised his son had fallen and broken his foot, Helena Ambulance advised and en route.
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April 30, 2014
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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 Jennifer Jean Evans, 41, Carmen: Child endangerment by driving under the influence ($355.52). Misdemeanor Filings Jennifer Jean Evans, 41, Carmen: Driving while under the influence ($786). Mark A. Royse, 46, Cherokee: Public intoxication ($319.02). John Joseph Roeders, 29, Cherokee: Driving without driver’s license ($319.02). Civil Filings Morris F. Porter Et Al vs. Chesapeake Exploration LTD Et Al: Quiet title, oil and
gas lease ($180.70). Robert Capaldi & Dana Capaldi vs. Chancey Leigh Campbell: Auto negligence ($223.70). Divorce Filings Seth Matthew Leslie vs. Jill Leann Leslie: Divorce ($193.70). Marriage Filings Karl William Merrill, age 22, of Cherokee and Ashley Nicole Dickey, age 20, of Cherokee: Marriage ceremony performed by judge ($60). Traffic Filings Gabriel Limon-Alcala, 34, Enid: Failure to carry insurance verification (state dismissed without fine or costs). Noe T. Gonzalez, 23, Enid: Failure to carry insurance verification (state dismissed without fine or costs). Jerrica Leila Carson, 27, Helena: Operate vehicle without a valid driver’s license ($256.50). Jose Amalio Coradin, 27, Owings Mills, Md.: Failure to surrender driver’s license as required ($256.50). Michael Edward Shuman Jr., 33, Wood-
ward: Failure to stop at stop sign ($211.50). Travis Wayne Sullivan, 24, Longdale: Depositing lighted substance on roadway from vehicle during burn ban ($211.50). Joshua Andrew Miller, 20, Enid: Left of center in no passing zone ($211.50). The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Blake Allen Antle, 51, Checotah: 11-14 mph over ($226.50); Christina Marie Berry, 44, Stroud: 16-20 mph over ($241.50); Shannon R. Daugherty, 39, Paoli, Ind.: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Joe Dale Turner, 59, Elmore City: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); Shelby Nicole Anderson, 20, Mountain Home, Ark.: 21-25 mph over ($281.50); Kyle Preston Smith, 53, Alva: 26-30 mph over ($341.50); Brent Lee Hajek, 54, Ames: 11-14 mph over ($226.50); Zachary Paul-Butler Hollady, 23, Arlington, Texas: 15 mph over ($226.50); Ronda Ralyn Mason, 49, Cleo Springs: 1-10 mph over ($188.50); David Burlin, 73, Chouteau: 15 mph over ($226.50); Andrew I. Walke, 60, Wichita, Kan.: construction
Alfalfa County court filings
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Alfalfa County Real Estate Beginning in book 740 page 232 Real Estate Transactions Mary Ellen Brown Hager TO Donald Lee Brown & Anita Macias Brown: South ½ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 12, Township 26 North, Range 11 WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Frank Gardner & Melissa Gardner TO Randy Scott Flaming Irrevocable Trust, Michael Flaming, Trustee: A tract of land located in the Southeast ¼ of Section 20, Township 27 North, Range 10 WIM; Warranty Deed. Larry Miller & Brenda Miller TO Kyle L. Spade & Steven Spade: LOTS 13, 14, and 15, Block 38 in the Original Town of Cherokee; Warranty Deed. Richard Sperry & Mary Alice Sperry TO Richard Sperry & Mary Alice Sperry Revocable Trust dated August 8th 2013: The Northeast ¼ of Section 34, Township 29 North, Range 10 WIM: LOTS 1-24, of Block 14 of the Original Town of Amorita, located in Section 8, Township 28 North, Range 10 WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Ted C. Durfey & Cynthia S. Durfey TO Keith W. Smith & Margaret E. Smith: The West 60ft. of LOTS 1, 2, and 3 in Block 1, Bradley’s Addition to the City of Cherokee;
Warranty Deed. Randall Lee Lancaster & Jeanie Lancaster TO James V. Collins & Brenda D. Collins: The North ½ of the Southwest ¼ of Section 9, Township 27 North, Range 12 WIM; Warranty Deed. Deborah Jane Miller & Francis L. Miller TO Francis L. Miller & Deborah Geitgey Miller, Trustees of the Francis L. Miller & Deborah Geitgey Miller Revocable Trust dated February 13th 2014: Northeast ¼ of Section 22, Township 25 North, Range 10 WIM: Southeast ¼ of Section 27, Township 25 North, Range 10 WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Carolyn Joy Rexroat TO Lawrence Bell & Judith Bell: Surface only a tract of land in the Northwest ¼ of Section 17, Township 23 North, Range 11 WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Royce D. Flaming, as Trustee in trust for the Wilda L. Flaming Revocable Trust dated March 23rd 1992 TO Great Salt Plains Health Center, INC : A part of Block 2, a subdivision of the Northwest ¼ of Section 11, Township 26 North, Range 11 West; Quit Claim Deed. TLW Land & Cattle LP. TO John E. Rehkop & Lena K. Rehkop: The East ½ of Section 24, Township 28 North, Range 11
WIM; Warranty Deed. Ronald R. Case TO Shirley J. Case: South ½ of the Northwest ¼ in Section 25, Township 25 North, Range 11 WIM; Quit Claim Deed. Stanley E. Allen & Phillis Jallen TO Bruce L. Stoll & Jordan J. Mangold: A tract of land in the Southwest ¼ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 3, Township 26 North, Range 9 WIM; Warranty Deed. Mortgages Bret D. Aker & Schaunesse J. Aker TO Community Bank: A tract of land in the Southeast ¼ of Section 15, Township 28 North, Range 10 WIM; $10,000. Toni’s Express Stop LLC TO ACB Bank: All of LOTS 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12, Block 15 in the Original Town of Cherokee; $478,000. Kyle L. Spade TO ACB Bank: : LOTS 13, 14, and 15, Block 38 in the Original Town of Cherokee; $30,331.92. Rodney D. Jantz TO Farmers Exchange Bank: A tract of land located in the Northeast ¼ of Section 24, Township 27 North, Range 11 WIM; $130,000. John E. Rehkop & Lena K. Rehkop TO Inerbank: The East ½ of Section 24, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM; $370,000.
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Benefits & Application Information Paid Employee Health, Life & Dental Insurance, Retirement Program, Nine Paid Holidays Per Year, Birthday Off with Pay, Paid Vacation After First Year, Paid Sick Leave. Applications are available at 415 4th Street Alva, OK and online at www.alvaok.org and will be accepted until the position is filled. The City of Alva is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Real Estate Transfers Beginning in book 137 page 156 Stephanie L. Wheelock formerly Stephanie L. Olds & Brendon H. Wheelock TO Kory T. Kuhn: LOT 13 in Nuckoll’s Subdivision of Hartzell’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; Warranty Deed. Richard K. Simpson & Joy Simpson TO Robert William Thompson: The South 22.9ft. of LOT 17 in Payne’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; Quit Claim Deed. Richard K. Simpson & Joy Simpson TO Anthony M. Farrar & Andrea M. Farrar: The North 27.1ft. of LOT 17, and all of LOTS 18-26 inclusive in Payne’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; Warranty Deed. C. Mitchell Bible TO Ellinor L. Bible: The Northwest ¼ of the Southwest ¼ and the Southwest ¼, Section 11, Township 30 South, Range 15 WPM; Quit Claim Deed. Esther Leanne Bible Sifford TO Ellinor L. Bible: The East ½ of the Southwest ¼ and the West ½ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 11, Township 30 South, Range 15 WPM; Quit Claim Deed.
Constance Anne Bible TO Ellinor L. Bible: The Southwest ¼ of Section 12, Township 30 South, Range 15 WPM; Quit Claim Deed. Constance Anne Bible & C. Mitchell Bible & Esther Leanne Bible Sifford TO Ellinor L. Bible: The East ½ of the Southeast 1/4 , Section 11 Township 30 South, Range 15 WPM; Quit Claim Deed. Mortgages Beginning in book 210 page 573 Travis V. McDonald TO Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc.: The South 75ft. of those two certain contiguous tracts or lots of land situated on the West side of Walnut Street in the City of Medicine Lodge, and in Hartzell’s Addition to said City, known and decribed on the recorded plat of said Addition as the Parsonage and the Church Block, such tracts being bounded on the East by Walnut Street, on the North and West by Alleys, and on the South by Stolp’s Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge; $118,808. Mark J. Dugan & Shirley A. Dugan, Trustees of the Mark J. Dugan Revocable Trust dated June 13th 2001 TO Amer-
ican AgCredit, FLCA : The West ½ of the Southwest ¼ of Section 28 and the South ½ of Section 29 and the East ½ of Section 31 and all of Section 32 and the West ½ of Section33, Township 31 South, Range 13 WPM, and the West ½ and the West ½ of the Northeast ¼ and the Northeast ¼ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 5 and the East ½ and the Southwest ¼ and the South ½ of the South ½ of the Northwest ¼ of Section 6, Township 32 South, Range 13 WPM; $2,105,000. Letha L. Strack TO Citizens Bank of Kansas: The South 28ft. of LOT 29 and all of LOT 30 and 31, Block 5 in Regnier’s Revised 2nd Addition to Medicine Lodge; $30,000. Aaron A. Schreiner & Lois L. Schreiner TO High Plains Farm Credit: The Northwest ¼ and the Northwest ¼ of the Southwest ¼ of Section 12, Township 32 South, Range 10 WPM; $100,000. Aaron A. Schreiner & Lois L. Schreiner TO High Plains Farm Credit: The Northwest ¼ and the Northwest ¼ of the Southwest ¼ of Section 12, Township 32 South, Range 10 WPM; $90,000.
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Barber County Sheriff’s Log April 21, 2014 Wade Dirks, Nashville, driving a 2006 GMC pickup collided with a bicycle ridden by Elizabeth Edwards, Medicine Lodge, on the Isabel Road about 1 mile north of Curry Lane. Over $1,000 damage, Edwards taken to Medicine Lodge Hospital via Medicine Lodge Ambulance thence air lifted to Wichita with severe injuries. Accident investigated by Deputy English, assisted by Undersheriff Tedder, MLPD Officer McNeil, and Kansas Highway Patrol. April 22, 2014
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Kiowa Ambulance transported patient from Hardtner to Wichita. Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded to a ditch fire along U281 about 10 miles north of Medicine Lodge. April 23, 2014 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Cherry Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. April 24, 2014 Sheriff Rugg and Kiowa Ambulance responded to an unattended death in Hardtner. Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from near Gerlane to Medicine Lodge Hospital. During the week officers received nine reports of cattle out, one report of goats out, performed 10 public assists, and assisted four other agencies. Arrests April 21, 2014 David D. Countryman, Hardtner, W/M, 30. Arrest by BASO. Court committed. Jeramy L. Hatch, El Dorado, W/M,
34. Arrest by BASO. Charge: Failure to appear. Released April 25, 2014, on court order. Randell G. Lambert, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 34. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: Failure to appear. Released April 22, 2014, on $750 surety bond. April 24, 2014 Mary M. Rosenberger, Kiowa, W/F, 50. Arrest by KWPD. Charge: Driving while driver’s license suspended. Released April 24, 2014, on $500 surety bond. April 25, 2014 Brandon M. Crouser, Wichita, W/M, 29. Arrest by BASO. Charge: Failure to appear. April 27, 2014 Chase L. Peirson, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 18. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: DUI. Released April 27, 2014, on $750 surety bond. Lance L. Sparkman, Sharon, W/M, 31. Arrest by KHP. Charge: Driving while driver’s license suspended. Released April 27, 2014, on $500 cash bond.
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Barber County court filings Criminal Filings Heidi M. Lambert, 1981, Hutchinson: giving a worthless check, value < $1,000. James E. Smith Jr., 1980, Hutchinson: giving a worthless check, value < $1,000. Antonio Martil Martinez, 1986, Hardtner: two counts of aggravated battery; reckless deadly weapon causing great body harm/disfigurement/death. Joshua Dale Armitage, 1984, Hardtner: battery; bodily harm to another. Michael Everett Sowter II, 1987, Hardtner: battery; bodily harm to another. Richard Lynn Foos, 1981, Hardtner: giving a worthless check, value < $1,000. Kyle R. Stranathan, 1984, Kiowa: Giving a worthless check, value < $1,000. Michael Allan Ashbaker, 1980, Kiowa: domestic battery; knowing or reckless bodily harm to family member. Jeremy McNeal, no age given, Kiowa: giving a worthless check, value < $1,000. Devon Wade Schiff, 1994, Medicine Lodge: criminal deprivation of property, motor vehicle. Civil Filings Shalina Rhea Moaliitele: Petition for change of name. Small Claims Filings Mikes Service and Alignment vs. Debbie R. McDonald: Indebtedness in the amount of $816.90.
Domestic Relations Filings Marissa Atchison vs. Adam J Moody: Protection order. State of Kansas, Ex Secretary, Department for Children and Petitioner vs. Alan M. Brown: Petition for support. Marriage Filings Matthew James Azure, age 30, of Medicine Lodge and Tiffani Dawn Doherty, age 23, of Medicine Lodge. Traffic Filings Russell A. Bell, 30, Medicine Lodge: Driving on left in no-passing zone ($171). Donald Buchanan, 49, Enid, Okla.: Defective tail lamp on motor vehicle ($141). Abram Friesen, no age or address listed: Operating a motor vehicle without a valid license ($150). Devin John Moaliitele, no age or address listed: Improper driving on laned road ($171). Reid Wilson Pribble, no age or address listed: Defective tail lamp on motor vehicle ($147). Tristan Nathaniel Seigworth, no age or address listed: Motorcycle helmet and eye-protection requirements ($141). Miranda Elaine Brumley, no age or address listed: Failure to wear seatbelt ($10). Tyler Dean Cleaver, no age or address listed: Failure to wear seatbelt ($10). Kody A. Krueger, 18, Pratt: Failure to wear seatbelt ($10). Justin W. Pugh, 24, Enid, Okla.: Driving on left in no-passing zone ($171). Michael L. Rice, no age or address listed: Failure to wear seatbelt ($10). Michael Benjamin Sorg, no age or address listed: Improper driving on laned roadway ($171). Michael Benjamin Sorg, no age or address listed: Failure to wear seatbelt ($10). Crystal Spragis-Lambert, 1983, Coats: Driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol; second conviction ($1,096). Brendon Howard Taylor Wheelock, no age or address listed: Defective tail lamp on motor vehicle ($201). Lee Roy Wood, 72, Delta, Colo.: Driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked ($0). Lee Roy Wood, 72, Delta, Colo.:
Driving on right side of roadway required ($0). The following individuals were cited for speeding: Amanda Sue Brooks, 31, Enid, Okla.: 75 in 65 ($141); Richard Levi Cross, 74, Hardtner: 78 in 65 ($159); Ryan L. Davis, 38, Medicine Lodge: 75 in 65 ($141); Jeannie Ann Elias, no age or address listed: 80 in 65 ($171); Matthew M. Enoch, 35, Manhattan: 67 in 55 ($153); Abram Friesen, no age or address listed: 82 in 65 ($183); Matthew Taylor Herd, 24, Medicine Lodge: 76 in 65 ($0); Matthew Taylor Herd, 24, Medicine Lodge: 68 in 55 ($159); Oren L. Howland, 29, Hardtner: 75 in 65 ($141); Tiffany Jane Hunsinger, 23, Alva, Okla.: 80 in 65 ($171); Jacob Wade Jacobs, no age or address listed: 76 in 65 ($147); Joel Magdaleno Sr., no age or address listed: 79 in 65 ($165); Jared R. Nuffer, 39, Medicine Lodge: 75 in 65 ($141); Jody L. Packard, no age or address listed: 72 in 55 ($183); Treavor J. Rockenbach, no age or address listed: 75 in 65 ($141); Michael E. Shaw, 45, Elk City, Okla.: 75 in 65 ($141); Yuanhao Sun, no age or address listed: 82 in 45 ($396); Yuanhao Sun, no age or address listed: 87 in 65 ($219); Grant Edward Unruh, 30, Great Bend: 75 in 65 ($141); James D. Wenrich, no age or address listed: 76 in 65 ($147); Johnny Lee White III, 40, Yukon, Okla.: 80 in 65 ($171); Leslie Abbott, 53, Pratt: 75 in 65 ($141); Ezra James Belt, 77 in 65 ($153); Gary L. Catlin, 61, Council Grove: 79 in 65 ($165); Joel Clarke, no age or address listed: 75 in 55 ($186); Derek L. Crawford, 35, Mooreland, Okla.: 75 in 55 ($186); Sondra L. Davis, no age or address listed: 80 in 65 ($171); Vince A. Deweese, no age or address listed: 79 in 65 ($165); Clayton J. Dorcey, 27, Kiowa: 84 in 65 ($195); Christina M. Graham, 21, Medicine Lodge: 77 in 65 ($153); Kevin Joe Hite, no age or address listed: 75 in 65 ($141); Monty D. Keiser, 55, Nederland, Texas: 77 in 65 ($153); Kody A. Krueger, 18, Pratt: 78 in 65 ($159); Timothy M. Murphy, 54, Littleton, Colo.: 80 in 65 ($171); Wesley D. Sharkey, 28, Lahoma, Okla.: 85 in 65 ($201); Taylor Anne Stull, no age or address listed: 72 in 55 ($183)l Tonya D. Tillotson, no age or address listed: 76 in 65 ($147); Victoria L. Wright, 27, Pratt: 77 in 65 ($153).
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Used Bricks. 580-541-4139 Crooked Oak The B&B For You! 580-327-3621 Annual Meeting Union Center Cemetery, Mon, May 5, 2014 at 6pm at Dacoma Town Office Complex Alva FFA Flower Sales We have Geraniums, Petunias, Begonias & a variety of hanging baskets avail. 580-3272928 Craft Fair May 3. 9am-4pm. Old Gym in Ringwood, OK. 30 + Vendors Annual Meeting Fairview Cemetery, 2pm on Sunday, May 4, at cemetery Real Estate Normandy Apartments 2 bdrm for rent. 405-659-4199 For Rent Cozy RV Space. 580-430-6052 For Sale 14 x 60 Trailerhouse. See at Nelson Trailer Sales. 1 block N of Ampride. 580-7480744. $3750 6 Bedrooms 4 Sale 2 story. Furnished Basement. Swimming Pool. $2500 Carpet Allowance. 502 Myers Drive. Call Schuessler Real Estate 580327-0707. www.alvahouses.com For Rent 927 Barnes. 4-5bdrm. 2bth. Private backyard. Very nice. No Pets. $1500/mo. Avail May 12. 405-659-5273
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Thurs. – May 15, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. Online bidding available @ wigginsauctioneers.com Auction Location: Springhill Suites by Marriott, 5815 KL Drive, Enid, OK 73703 (West of Wal-Mart, West Edge of Enid) Garfield Co.1. 5 undivided NMA under Lots 1 & 2 & E/2 NW/4 30-23N-8W, no prod., leased to SandRidge- expires 8/18/14, 3/16 royalty; 2. 10 undivided NMA under Lots 3 & 4 & S/2 NW/4, a/d/a NW/4, 2-24N-8W, no prod., leased to SandRidge – expires 11/13/16, 3/16 royalty; Major Co.- 3. 153.52 NMA under NW/4 15-22N-9W, Held by shut-in well, shut-in royalty $1/acre/year, original lease dated 12/12/89 for 1/6 royalty, Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; 4. Undivided 1/6 of minerals under W/2 5-20N-13W, 53.33 NMA, producing from Challenger #1-5, Noble A #1, Noble #2-5, Noble #3-5, all 640 acre gas spacing, .01043790 royalty, '13 revenue approx. $4,147, Range Production Co. & Vernon E. Faulconer; 5. Undivided 1/6 of minerals under NE/4 6-20N-13W, 26.66 NMA, producing from Katy 2, George 1-6, Wilda 1-6, Charles 1-6, Mae #1-6, Tripp A 02-06, all 640 acre gas spacing, .00550397 royalty, '13 revenue approx. $6,649, Chesapeake Operating, Inc. & XTO Energy Inc.; Alfalfa Co.- 6. Undivided ¼ of minerals under SE/4 9-23N-12W, 40 NMA, production TBA; Woods Co.- 7. 10 undivided NMA under W/2 SW/4 & N/2 25-29N-20W, no prod., leased to SandRidge – expires 4/28/14, 3/16 royalty; 8. 80 undivided NMA under SE/4 22-26N-14W, no prod., appears open for lease, will be offered in 20 ac. tracts w/option to purchase up to 80 ac.; Woodward Co.9. 10 undivided NMA under SE/4 16-23N-19W, no prod., appears open for lease; Custer Co.- 10. 40 undivided NMA under SW/4 19-21N-17W, Stockton 2-19, appears 640 ac. spacing, .00729575 royalty, '13 Revenue$765.51, Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; Washita Co.- 11. 16.66667 NMA under NW/4 26-10N-16W, no prod., appears open for lease; 12. 5 undivided NMA under SE/4 10-10N-17W, no prod., leased to Sheperd Royalty, LLC – expires 12/12/14, 3/16 royalty; Kiowa Co.- 13. 20 undivided NMA under NW/4, NE/4, & SE/4 27-6N-14W, no prod., appears open for lease; 14. 40 NMA under N/2 S/2 NE/4 28-7N-15W, no prod., appears open for lease; Greer Co.- 15. 15 undivided NMA under S/2 NW/4 & S/2 NE/4 15-7N-24W, no prod., appears open for lease; Comanche Co.- 16. 30 undivided NMA under SE/4 NE/4 21-2N-13W, no prod., appears open for lease, will be offered in 5 ac. tracts w/option to purchase up to 30 ac. Terms & Conditions: 10% down, bal. due at closing. Buyers will have 15 days to examine county records & satisfy themselves as to title. Closing is to be on or by June 16, 2014. A 10% Buyer's premium will be added to the high bid in the auction to determine the purchase price of each tract. 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 acreage, production, etc. prior to auction day. Announcements made day of auction take precedence. Log onto www.wigginsauctioneers.com for more details, or contact us at 580-233-3066. 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.
Home & 40 +/- Acres – Fairview, OK Area – Equip, Collectables, Household Items AUCTION Saturday – May 3, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. Auction Location: 7 mi. W/SW of Fairview on U.S. 60 to the Cedar Springs Church, then approx. 1/4 mi. S. on blacktop rd. th nd Auction Preview: Thurs., April 24 , 5-7 pm & Sun., April 27 , 24 pm Real Estate Offered at 10:00 a.m. This exceptionally well cared for home was built in '08 by Gloss Mountain Homes of Fairview. Some of its many features inc.: 1400 +/- sq. ft. living area * 3 BR * 2 baths * lg. open kitchen, living & dining area * separate utility w/sink & closet * handicap accessible * oak cabinets/trim * laminate, carpet, vinyl flooring * tastefully decorated * heat pump * H/A * energy efficient windows * 30x30 all steel shop/garage w/2 overhead doors built in '09 * storm shelter * additional farm bldgs * water well * 40 ac. of land * fenced/cross fenced * improved Bermuda/Love grass * blktp access * 10 +/min. to Fairview & Canton Lake/Wildlife Refuge * Fairview School District * opportunity for outdoor sports, lvstk, & family 4-H/FFA projects. Legal: SW/4 NW/4 of 15-20-13, Major Co., OK Minerals: Do not sell. Terms: 10% down day of auction with bal. due on del. of merchantable title. Personal Property to be Auctioned after Real Estate Tractors, Pickup, Farm Related: '94 R72 Gleaner w/30' header; '93 Ford 2N, Case 1190 w/3 pt., PTO, Hi-Master fr loader; '84 Freightliner truck, 350 Cummins, 7 spd, grain trlr; Case AgriKing 1570, 3 pt; '55 Ford 1/2T, V-8, 4 spd, shows 68,445 mi, engine stuck; 6 bale rd bale trlr; 2 wheel trlr; 40 ft. alum. insulated enclosed semi-trlr; Gold Spot bob tail delivery box; Ranch King 12 hp riding mower; 3 pt blade, scoop, one-way, pickup bed box; stock tanks; bale chariot; port loading chute; 20 +/- port corral panels; weld wire panels/landing mats; 1,000 gal. water tank; creep, mineral, bunk, rd bale, & port feeders; 55 gal. drums; posts; vet epuip; combine bins; tank heaters; yard spray rig; power washer; air comp; yard/garden/shop tools; ladders; rototiller; power mower; salvage machines, pipe, & scrap iron; trlr home axels; chain hoist, chains & boomers; channel & angle iron; 5/8 tubing; Schaefer tandem disc repairs Household: Whirlpool refrig; Whirlpool washer & dryer; Necchi sewing mach.; 2-Singer feather light sewing mach., Singer port. sewing mach.; sewing notions, quilt supplies; sm. household app.; floor/table lamps; wall décor; file cabinets; rocker; twin beds; sec. chair; bath sets; bedding, linens, etc.; books; luggage; pots, pans, utensils, dishes Collectable, Antique, Primitive: 400 +/- salt/pepper sets; singer treadle sewing mach.; vintage oak cabinet; camel back trunk; dresser set; chamber pot; Knox Blue Eagle glasses; depression; Frankoma canister set; cruets; Fire King; milk glass; cobalt pitcher; kero lamp; sad iron; enamelware; elec. cream separator; iron wheels; vintage hand tools; wooden boxes; vintage school desk; wash tubs; Terms: Cash/approved check day of auction. Announcements day of auction take precedence. Log onto www.wigginsauctioneers.com for pictures/details. Contact Butch Edingfield (580) 227-4688 or Perry Wiggins (580) 541-7942 for more info. Sellers: Roy L. Woodbury and Micah L. Holcombe 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.
April 30, 2014 Rent or Lease 4200 sqft bldg. 12 rooms. 2 1/2 bath. Equipped kitchen. Dining area. Call 580430-5359 or 580-430-5307. Immediate availability House for Sale Open House Sunday May 4 from 2-4pm. 1031 8th St. Alva. Century 21 Gold Castle 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 580430-7036. Drop by Aspen Apartments, 602 Hart St. Alva, OK and see the best deal in town For Rent Tired of Motels? Spacious country guest cottage has Direct TV, laundry, microwave, fridge. Nightly, weekly or monthly rates. Between Alva and Cherokee. 580-748-1385 For Sale by Owner 2300 sqft living space. 3bdrm 1 and 3/4 bth. Finished basement. Move in Ready! Call 580-430-9084 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 403-3969808
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 menâ€™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 Mu-
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seum 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. 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 1027 8th (Wesley House) in 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.
1-10 mph over ($198.50); Wayne P. Perryman, 52, Grand Cane, La.: 1-10 mph over ($188.50). The following individuals received a citation for failure to wear seatbelt ($20 fine): Katy Jill Parker, 21, Weatherford; Cory L. Marsh, 33, Enid; Tonya Dell Sands, 36,
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2014 RED JEWELL CHEVY TRAVERSE LTZ FWD: V6, Auto, 2012 SILVER BUICK REGAL: 4DR, 4 Cyl, Auto, Sunroof, Heated Leather, Roof, DVD, Touch Nav, Loaded, Only 1,000 miles....$39,995 Leather Seats, PW, PL, Pwr Seat, XM, OnStar, 23K.................$19,995 2013 RED CHEVY CAMARO SS2 RS: V8, Auto, Leather, 2012 WHITE CHEVY CAPTIVE 2LS: 4cyl, Auto, Chrome Wheels, Sunroof, Navigation, Local Trade, 12K.......................................$34,995 PS, PW, PL, T&C, CD, Local Trade, 28K........................................$16,995 2-2013 CHEVY MALIBU: 2011 SILVER BUICK ENCLAVE CXL: v6, auto, leather, AWD, Miles Start at 11K...............................................Prices From $19,995 Heat Seats, OnStar, XM, 48K.......................................................$27,995 2013 WHITE CHEVY CAPTIVA LTZ: Ebony leather, OnStar, XM, 2010 RED CHEVY EQUINOX AW LT: V6, Auto, Touch Screen Sunroof, 6800 miles......................................................................$23,995 Nav, PS, PW, PL, OnStar, Local Trade, 93K..................................$14,995 2013 MOCHA BUICK LACROSSE PREMIUM II: Leather, Heat 2010 RED CAMARO SS: V8, Auto, PS, PW, PL, T&C, 20” Wheels, & Cooled Seats, Chrome Wheels, Loaded, GM Company Car, 22K Miles........................................................................................$24,995 20K...................................................................................................$28,500 2009 SILVER CHEVY EQUINOX SPORT AWD: V6, Auto, 2013 RED CHEVY ½T CREWCAB 4X4: 5.3 V8, Auto, PS, PW, Sunroof, Leather, Heat Seats, New Tires, 96K..........................$11,995 PL, Chrome, 20” Wheels, Southwest Appearance Pkg, Local Trade, 2008 CHEVY ½ TON XCAB LT: 4.8 V8, 2WD, PW, PL, T&C, CD, 11K...................................................................................................$32,995 101K................................................................................................$13,995 2012 SILVER CHEVY ½T CREWCAB 4X4: 5.3 V8, Auto, PS, 2007 RED CORVETTE 3LT CONV. LS3: V8 Auto P. Top - Chrome PW, PL, Chrome, 20” Wheels, Southwest Appearance Pkg, Local Wheels. PS, PW, PL, Touch Nav. Heads Up. Sold It New 1 Owner. Trade, 23K.......................................................................$30,995 39k.................................................................................................. $33,995 2012 WHITE ¾T HD CREWCAB Z71 4X4: 6.6 Diesel, Allison, 2007 WHITE CHEVY ½ TON REG CAB SHORT BED Z71 PS, PW, PL, Z71 Appearance Pkg, Local Trade, 25K................$43,995 4X4: 5.3 V8, Auto, PW, PL, T&C, CD, Local Trade, 107K.........$13,995 2012 BROWN CHEVY ¾ TON HD CREW CAB LT Z71 4X4: 2009 SILVER CHEVY ½ TON X-CAB 4X2 LT: 5.3 V8, Auto, PS, 6.6 Diesel, 6sp Allison, PS, PW, PL, 20” Wheels, Local Trade, Z71 PW, PL, T&C, Local Trade, 66K.....................................................$18,995 Appearance Pkg, 47K.................................................................$41,995 2007 GRAY CHEVY CREW CAB LS: V8, Auto, PW, PL, T&C, CD, 2012 BLACK CADILLAC PERFORMANCE LUXURY Tow Pkg, 80K...................................................................$14,995 PACKAGE CTS AWD: 3.6, V6, Auto, Roof, Leather, Loaded, 2003 BLACK CHEVY AVALANCHE Z71 LT: Leather, Sunroof, 12K...................................................................................................$38,995 Loaded, Local Trade, 78K.............................................................$13,995 2012 GMC TERRAIN SLT II: All Wheel Drive, Sunroof, Leather, V6, Heated Seats, Chrome Wheel s, XM, OnStar, 25K...................................................................................................$28,995
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Published on Apr 30, 2014