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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. Kay and Jerry Williams will entertain at 12:30 p.m. Noon Alva Rotary Club meets at Champs Restaurant. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 5:30 p.m. Alva Weight Watchers meet at College Hill Church of Christ. 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 1027 8th (Wesley House) in

Alva every Monday and Thursday. Friday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 6:30 p.m. Fun Night is scheduled at the Woods County Senior Citizens Center, Alva. 7:30 p.m. Alva High School will play football at Millwood.

Oops! SandRidge corrects $42,500 in permit omissions for Alfalfa County By Roger McKenzie SandRidge presented Alfalfa County an unexpected check for $42,500 this week at Monday’s commissioners’ meeting to make up for a series of omissions that have been ongoing for over a year. The energy company, which is exploring for oil in the county, discovered that the electrical contractor it had hired to string electrical lines to its locations had not been securing the required permits from the county. K C Electric Company of Enid apparently thought SandRidge was getting the permits, while SandRidge thought that K C Electric was securing the permits. The matter was fixed, however, when the company sent a check to pay for 85 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: Entire Contents Copyright 2011 Members of: Associated Press National Newspaper Assn. Oklahoma Press Association

permits that were never obtained previously due to the mix up. For brevity’s sake, the road crossing permits were approved as a single road crossing permit for SandRidge at Monday’s meeting. All 85 permits were for District 1. In more routine permits Monday, the Alfalfa commissioners approved two SandRidge road crossing permits for District 3, three Chesapeake Operating permits for District 2, and District 1 permits for Select Energy and AEC. The ongoing pursuit of underground energy in the county requires the use of big truck rigs. Alfalfa County citizen Carole Grover appeared at Monday’s meeting to express her concern about those trucks. Grover, who lives on Latimer Road (also known as Byron Blacktop) in District 1, told the commissioners her whole house near Byron shakes when the big rigs come

down her road. She intimated that the shaking has caused her foundation to crack. She urged commissioners to reduce the speed limit on the road from 55 mph to 45 mph because “I don’t think we’ve stopped the trucks (from speeding).” She also addressed the issue of safety. She talked about an elderly lady whose car was struck by a truck driver who she said got impatient and passed the lady as she was turning. Over the objection of Chairman Doug Murrow, Grover also addressed the 33 1/3 percent raise commissioners voted themselves and other county officers. She said she supported the raise because it would make commissioners work harder. No action was taken on her request to lower the speed limit. See Oops Page 36

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Waynoka FFA scores at Woods County Fair Waynoka FFA took part in the Woods County Fair on September 8th-10th. Members entered show animals, grass bundles and boards, and Ag mechanics projects. Several members also participated in the livestock judging contest. Ag mechanics projects and grass bundles and boards were put on display to be judged on the 8th. Some of the mechanics projects were disc cut outs and horseshoe figurines. The show animals were also brought to the fair at this time. Members exhibiting livestock spent this evening preparing their animals for the show the following day. Waynoka had a successful day of showing livestock on the 9th. In the cattle show, Layne Meriwether had the Champion Simmental heifer, Reserve Champion Commercial heifer , and overall Reserve Grand Champion heifer. In the steer show he had Champion Hereford steer, and overall Grand Champion Prospect steer. Layne also won Champion Senior Showman. Logan Meriwether See Waynoka Page 31

We Still Love & Miss You.

Chance Jewell and Melissa McCarty

McCarty—Jewell announce engagement Dr. and Mrs. Michael McCarty of Ardmore, Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. Jan Jewell of Byron, Oklahoma are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Melissa Kay McCarty and Chance Tyler Jewell. Grandparents of the bride are Mr. Dow W. McCarty and the lat Coleen McCarty of Oklahoma City and Mr. Mickey Cary and the late Wanda Cary of Oklahoma City. Melissa is a 2003 graduate of Plainview High School and a 2007 graduate of University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and a 2010 graduate of University of Oklahoma Health Science Center with a Master of Health Science as a Physician Assistant. She is presently employed

with Urology Centers of Oklahoma in Bethany. Grandparents of the groom are Mrs. Betty Jewell and the late Junior Jewell of Byron and the late Jack and Lorene Highfill of Driftwood. Chance is a 2001 graduate of Burlington High School. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in both Marketing and Human Resources. Chance is currently employed as Regional Account Manager with Advanced Academics Incorporated in Oklahoma City. The couple will exchange vows on October 22, 2011 at Crossings Community Church in Oklahoma City. After a honeymoon to Tortola, British Virgin Islands, the couple will reside in Edmond.

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Purchase and wear your Homecoming button and save at these Alva merchants during Homecoming week. Alva’s Market, 706 Flynn, TAX FREE WEEK Alva Vision Clinic, 504 College, 20% off in-stock sunglasses, excluding insurance Alva Sewing Center, 428 Flynn, 10% off storewide Alva Ampride, 510 E. Okla. Blvd.. 5% off inside merchandise, fuel not included Bar S Outfitters, 1719 W. Okla. Blvd., 10% off of all red or black merchandise Brown’s Shoe Fit Company, 520 Flynn, 10% off storewide Dorothy’s Flowers & Gifts, 706 Logan, 10% off anything purchased for Homecoming Fabrics & More Etc., 428 Flynn, 10% off all fabrics Foote’s Farm Supply, 618 E. Flynn, 10% off gloves Farmers Coop Farm Supply/Feed Store, 4th & Barnes, 10% off rakes/lawn and garden tools Gambino’s, 720 Okla. Blvd., 15% off button wearer’s meal J & J Appliance, 409 Barnes, 10% off regular priced in-stock appliances la DEE da, 403 College, 20% off anything red or black Merle Norman Cosmetics & Gifts, 421 College, Buy one lipstick at regular price, receive 50% discount on second lipstick Merrifield Office Supply, 512 Flynn, 10% storewide on non-sale merchandise Ranger Mart, 103 E. Okla. Blvd. 5% off inside merchandise, fuel not included Rialto Theatre, 516 Flynn, $2 off Adult show passes, TUESDAY evening only! Mark Ream Motors, 401 E. Okla. Blvd., $5.00 off oil changes for button wearers Taco Mayo, 139 E. Okla. Blvd., 10% off button wearer’s meal Subway, 107 E. Okla. Blvd., 10% off button wearer’s meal Washburn Motor Company, 1819 Okla. Blvd., $5.00 off oil changes for button wearers Whittet’s Country Store, 503 Okla. Blvd., 10% off deli meats

Wearing a Homecoming Button will gain you admission into the Miss Cinderella Talent Show, the Miss Cinderella Pageant and the Homecoming Football game. It’s a $26 value and it’s yours for only $10. Homecoming Buttons are available in Alva at Rialto, Sights & Sounds/Radio Shack, Alva Vision Clinic, Alva Chamber of Commerce and Kiowa Consultants.

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General Admission: $10 per person. Reserved tables for 8 available. Contact Tena Martin at (580) 829-2978 or Lizabeth Richey at (580) 327-8594 for ticket and table information. Cash beverage service provided by Champs Sports and Spirits. • Must be 18 to enter. No outside drinks or coolers of any kind allowed.

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Burlington transportation bond easily passes Secretary Hill injured in accident By Yvonne Miller Burlington School District voters resoundingly passed a transportation bond Issue by a vote of 118 yes to 14 no in a September 13 election. The $410,000 bond will replace the school’s 12 year old buses and replace with: four buses, a vo-ag pickup and a Suburban. Burlington’s Board of Education met Monday night for their September meeting. Members present were Terry Graham, Beth Guffy, James Maltbie, Roger Allen and Allison Armbruster. Others present were Superintendent Glen Elliott, Asst. Principal Aaron Randall, Counselor Stephanie Marteney and temporary Minutes Clerk Judy Elliott . There were no guests present. Board voted to certify the election results. – Judy Elliott received board approval as temporary minutes clerk. That’s because board clerk and school secretary Jan Hill was injured in a motorcycle accident a little over a week ago with her husband Roger who was also injured. Jan will be recovering from broken bones for a few months. When asked about the absence of his secretary, Elliott said, “It’s like having your right arm cut off. We miss her – but don’t want her to feel that she

has to come back until she is ready.” More Business – School administrators salary and fringe benefits were reviewed with no action needed. – Burlington Elks basketball ticket prices for the 2011-12 season were approved, remaining the same as last year: At the gate: $4 adults, $3 students for high school games; $3 adults, $2 students for junior high games; Season Pass: $35 adults, $25 students, $ 125 family; Senior Citizen passes (anyone 65 or older) $10 – Mrs. Marteney presented and discussed the 2010-2011 ACT, OCCT and EOI test results and discussed preliminary API scores with no action needed. – Board approved updates for the gifted and talented program. – Continue participation in the Oklahoma Public Schools Unemployment Compensation Account (OPSUVA) was approved. --Encumbrances, Change orders, and Warrants were approved as was the August Activity Fund Report. --Board approved internal activities committee for 2011-2012. Committee members are Travis Bradshaw, Aaron Randall, Randy Turney, Kirsten Pruett and Ragina Knedler. – The 2011-2012 Estimate of needs to be sent to the excise board for certification was approved. Elliott said it’s about $40,000 more than last year. – Board approved the Safe School committee and Healthy and Fit School

advisory committee with Arron Randall as Chairman and members Stephanie Marteney, Vanessa Garvie, Jennifer Newlin, Kirsten Pruett, Ellen Knopf, Lindsey Morgan, Randy Turney, and Allison Armbruster. – Board approved Superintendent Elliott as designee to review results of national criminal history record search. – A school breakfast program serving from 7:30 am to 8:00 am with the price set at $1.50 per person was approved. – Board approved the FR3 expenditure/revenue as of June 30, 2011. Superintendent and Principal Reports Mr. Elliott’s Superintendent’s report included the OSSBA/CCOSA conference; the school enrollment with 50 high school and 99 grade school student with a 149 total; transportation each day at 127 students on the bus route; number of students; OSSBA point sheets; OSSBA District 2 meeting Thursday October 27, 6:30 pm at Waynoka; and passed out OSSBA cards. The principal’s report by Mr. Randall included an overview of the Oklahoma City State Fair results, Safe School Committee report, and the upcoming school play and Junior class meal on October 3, 2011. There was no new business. The meeting that began at 8 p.m., adjourned at 11.

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Lynn Says

Losses in our community

By Lynn L. Martin Two people whom I enjoyed left our community recently. Joe Melton passed on, and Dick Miller got in a vehicle and moved on. I’ll mention Dick first since it will be shorter. Dick and Betsy ended up in Alva about 15 years ago when their car broke down. As I understand it, they liked the community rescue treatment so well they decided to move to Alva from California. Betsy occasionally penned a letter to the editor to the newspaper, but I knew Dick primarily because of his attendance at weekly Kiwanis Club meetings. He was always a hoot; he told great animal stories and endured the club’s teasing quite well. He dropped by the office this morning (Tues.) to say goodbye. I value

that and hope he and Betsy have a good life in Indiana. Joe Melton Joe Melton and his family were early friends in Alva. We did lots of family photography, senior photography and later wedding photography for them. In return, we were a frequent J & J customer. An even more important relationship developed over the years when we owned KALV. They came out every week to our “Wake Up Easy Show.” I always enjoyed Joe’s sense of humor and Jo Anne’s practical tell-it-like-it-is commentary. Every now and then we have a death in the community that robs of us of a very skilled person. I still frequently miss machinist Harold Lehl. There are many others, but Joe Melton’s skills will be sorely missed. As an example of this point, Rev. Terry Martindale, the Methodist minister who officiated at the funeral of Joe, did a very awesome thing. He asked everyone in the filled-to-capacity church to raise their hand if Joe Melton had been in their home to work on an appliance. Audience members ceased being able to see each other because of the forest of hands that went into the air. “Work is a Remedy” Finally, I would like to publish a piece entitled, “Work is a Remedy” that was read at Joe’s funeral. It is a great philosophy, written by Alice Flood of South Haven, Michigan.

“A friend of ours, now retired, said he was tired of sitting around and was bored. He said he needed something worthwhile to do with his life. His job was sitting at a desk, using his head and working the computer. Someone suggested to him to help Habitat for Humanity in the building of homes for folks eligible to own one. He jumped at the chance. Now he says, he is doing something worthwhile. He said when he passes a house that he has helped build, it gives him a feeling of satisfaction. He also said, ‘If you are rich, continue to work. If you are poor, work. If you are burdened with seemingly unfair responsibility, work. If you are happy, keep right on working; idleness gives room for doubts and fears. If disappointments come, work. If sorrow overwhelms you and loved ones seem not true, work. If health is threatened, work. When faith falters and reason fails, work. When dreams are shattered and hope seems dead, work as if your life were in peril. It really is. Whatever happens or matters, work. Work faithfully, work with faith. Work is the greatest material remedy available. Work will cure both mental and physical afflictions. Thank God for a world where none may shirk and thank God for the splendor of work. When you have a job you like, one that gives you satisfaction, you feel better, look better and you become a better person.’”

2 FULL-TIME MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN AVAILABLE AT FREEDOM, OK Qualified candidates will be self-motivated, safety conscience, positive, energetic and a good team player with excellent communication skills , willing to work 1st, or 2nd shifts with good team player with excellent communication skills , willing to work 1st, or 2nd shifts with possible overtime necessary, and a strong mechanical background. Skills required for the position are either a certificate of completion of a mechanic certificate, or 2 years experience in industrial maintenance. Specific training to an individual meeting the basic requirements will be provided. Upon an offer of employment, the successful applicant will be required to pass a company-paid medical exam, drug/alcohol test and background check. Starting wage will be based on experience. A strong benefits package including 401k with company match, incentive plan, health, dental and life insurance is also offered. We invite you to apply online at Click on Careers at Cargill, select current openings, click on Production and Maintenance (nonmanagement), search for job number FRE00159. You must complete the online application process in order to be considered. If you do not have access to the internet please visit your local library or job service/workforce center. As part of the application process you will be asked to complete an online assessment. Cargill, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information call (580) 621-3246 Ext. #100.

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CHEROKEE ROYALTY at homecoming were (center couple) Queen: Lindzey Ducotey, King: Wesley (Cookie) Gilchrist, Attendants: (left couple) Taylor Highfill & Austin Hawkins, (right couple) Katelyn Roberts and Derek Richmond; Flower girl: Carson Schanbacher & Crown Bearer: Quentin Gibson



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Timberlake Football Homecoming Queen and King Coronation will be at 6:45 at Troutt Field in Helena. Timberlake Tigers will face Waukomis with a 7:30 kickoff this Friday. Senior Candidates are Casy Carson, Jessica Thorp, Coy Troutt, Ashton Blewitt, Mitchell Ballard and Adriene Phillips.

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daughter-in-law, Jeff and Colleen Barkley of Colorado Springs; his daughter and son-in-law, Claudia and Forrest Underwood of Tulsa, his daughter and son-in law, Kitty Barkley and Rob Lipscomb of Santa Fe, New Mexico, four grandchildren, John Moss and his wife Michelle of Tulsa, Philip Barkley and his wife Donna of Tulsa, Chantel Hodges of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Robert Blowers of Denver, Colorado; ten great-grandchildren: Jordan, Jarred and Jayden Moss; Austin and Baylee Louvar; Ben and Jack Barkley; Ty and Kaley Hodges; and Autumn Blowers; nieces, nephews and many true friends. Bill will be remembered as a gentleman, sweet and fun-loving with a contagious smile, who would do anything for family or friends. He will be greatly missed! Graveside services will be held September 24, 2011 in Alva, Oklahoma. Bill asked that memorials be made to your favorite charity. A note from Bill to his family and friends: “When you’re feeling low and nothing seems right, reach out to me and I’ll be there. When you are feeling on top of the world and need a friend to laugh with you let me share your joy and when you just need a little love and understanding to get you through the

day just call me – I’ll be waiting.” Remembrances may be shared with the family at www.

Obituaries WILLIAM JAMES BARKLEY Graveside memorial services for William J. (Bill) Barkley will be 2 p.m. Saturday, September 24, 2011, at the Alva Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Marshall Funeral Home. William J. (Bill) Barkley, 90, died peacefully on September 1, 2011. Bill was born on April 2, 1921 on a farm ½ mile west of Capron, Oklahoma to Lucy and Guy Barkley. Bill grew up in Alva, Oklahoma with his siblings J.D. (Red) and Gwen. He was a member of the 1939 graduating class of Alva High School and loved to attend his high school reunions. During WWII, Bill served in the Army National Guard, 45th Division Thunderbirds and in the US Navy. He was stationed on the USS South Dakota and the USS Nelson and he fought in the battle of Guadalcanal. Bill was a member of Sumpter Lodge 419 F. & A.M., a 32nd degree Mason, Scottish Rite. In the late 1960’s, Bill bought a lot on Lake Hamilton, Hot Springs, Arkansas. He and his wife Dorothy, built their beloved home there and spent many years enjoying the serenity, boating, water skiing and fishing with his family and friends. For the last eight years, Bill resided at University Village in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bill is survived by his son and

HELEN FAYE BALL JENLINK Funeral services for Helen Jenlink were held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at the First Christian Church in Cherokee with Dr. Ron Hansen officiating. Burial was in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery under the direction of the Goodwin Funeral Home of Cherokee. Helen Faye Ball Jenlink was born July 9, 1928 to Miles and Essie Pearl Dowels Ball on the family farm 1-1/2 miles east of Byron, Oklahoma. Helen attended Rock School until the fifth grade and graduated from Byron High School in May, 1946. She attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University, receiving a BA degree in 1975 and a Master’s degree in 1980. She married Glenn Edward Jenlink on February 11, 1949. They had three sons, Michael Lee, Patrick Miles and Timothy Charles. Helen worked for AEC for thirty-one years and for the Department of Corrections for fourteen months. She went to See Obits Page 26

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2010 Buick Lacrosse CXL Silver, Grey leather, 1 owner, 35K $23995 or $387/mo 5.9% for 72 mos w/10%DN WAC

2007 Buick Lucerne CXL Sand Beige, V6, 58K, Full Power & air, $17995 or $268/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% Dn WAC

2011 Chevy Traverse LT White, all wheel drive, 22K, 3rd. row seats, rear air, all power $28995 or $432/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10% DN WAC

2011 Malibu LT 2.5 Ltr, PW, PL, PS, 15K, Balance of Factory Warranty $19995

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2008 Chevy Trailblazer LT 4WD 6-Cyl, Auto, PW, PL, PS, T&C, Stereo CD Player, Maroon (P1171A) $14995 or $281/mon 72 mos @ 7.9%, 10% down, WAC

2007 GMC Sierra 2500 White, Reg. Cab, 32K, 6.0L, Automatic, PL, Cruise, CD Player $17995 or $268/mo 72 mos @ 5.9% w/ 10%DN WAC

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Kiowa l approves zoning regs Okays land sale; updates codes, fees By Yvonne Miller To zone or not zone – that’s a subject that was discussed and debated for months in Kiowa, Kan. At their September meeting, Kiowa’s City Council approved Zoning and Subdivision Regulations (Ordinance No. 378 for zoning and Ordinance No. 279 for subdivision). The vote was 4-1. Voting for approval were councilmen Bill Watson, Brian Hill, Russel Molz and Brandon Poland. Mark Lambert voted no. Mayor Brandon Farney also sat at the table with City Administrator Nathan Law, attorney Laurel McClellan and office staff Lynette Callison who kept minutes in the absence of City Clerk Marlo Rugg. Much discussion ensued before the zoning vote. First, Lambert asked if the decision could be put to a vote of the people. The cost of a special election is a detriment and the next election is the primary in 2012, Law said. Molz said, “The people who put it together (Kiowa’s Planning Commission) did a pretty good job. I think it will protect our property.” Mentioning the debated Ashbaker garage situation, Molz said, “They got away with it.” From the crowd, Monty Williams said, “Your (city) code book is outdated, at least if you get zoning we have something.” Zoning Consultant David Yearout who guided the planning commission through establish the zoning regs, said, “This gives

neighbors the right to know what is going on before it happens.” Planning Commission member R.L. Simpson said, “This gives due process.” Steve Walz reminded council they need to clearly define ag/business “since this is an ag town.” Yearout said, “Not everything is defined in black and white. This is not etched in stone. If the planning commission needs to amend they will.” Updating City Codes The city currently operates under 1994 codes for building, electric, plumbing and residential. Law said with the recodification process still ongoing, council needs to update all codes by reference to the 2009 edition. Council approved spending near $700 to purchase (two sets each) of these updated codes and change as needed. Council adopted Resolution No., 242 for setting city fees (that includes bulk water fees). Those updated amounts are required to be legally published and are available at the city office. Law reminded that all dogs within the city are required to have a tag. The fee is $5 ($10 if unneutered or unspayed). Law said the city office receives dog complaints on a regular basis. Impounded dogs have a fee of $20 along with any cost to feed the dog, and proof of rabies vaccination, before dogs can be returned to owner. Schrock Makes High Bid for CityOwned Land The city received four bids for the 11 acres of land they own just east of Kiowa. The city required 10 percent down earnest money and retained mineral rights.

Bill Schrock was the high bidder with $26,000. Other bidders were: Monty Williams, $22,000; Kyle Hughbanks, $15,000; and Conway, $7,500. Council approved Schrock’s offer and authorized Mayor Farney to sign the contract. Tax Sales and More Kiowa Business Law and attorney McClellan reviewed state statues regarding tax sales of properties that are delinquent at least three years. Statute KSA 79-2801 allows cities to act in the same capacity as counties to initiate a judicial tax foreclosure sale. This allows city councils to act as the county commission for these purposes, and the city attorney to act as the county attorney for the same, Law explained. Council approved staff to pursue conducting a tax foreclosure sale. The city can authorize McClellan to proceed with a sale. Money raised from a sale first goes to pay fees and taxes first. Council expressed excitement that numerous properties in Kiowa and other Barber County communities can be sold. This means unsightly properties can finally be cleaned. Council approved Law as the voting delegate and Rugg as the alternate at the upcoming LKM Conference October 8-10. The city will cover the costs of the council and staff who attend. Law said he is juggling money within city accounts in an attempt to avoid budget violations. He said the electric fund has had some planned and unforeseen large projects that brought significant expenditures. Also at the time of the council meeting, Kiowa had 69 days recorded at 100 degrees or more. They had just 20 days under “peak,” Law said. The city runs their generator to save city residents and businesses money in utility bills. However, there’s more expense to the city in running the generator (fuel and salary). Council approved Ordinance No. 378 to amend Article 2 of Chapter XV of the city code. This pertains to the general provisions for utility services – a better means of collecting unpaid utility bills. A discussion of implementing a curb/ gutter replacement program was discussed and tabled. The topic will be researched and presented in October. Council members thanked city workers for how nice the city looked for Labor Day. They also thank Bob Hays and Craig Ragan for painting the old diner building on Main St.

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Peace Treaty reenactment to be crowd-pleaser By Leisa Beavers The historic reenactment of the Medicine Lodge Peace treaty only comes around every three or five years, but this is the weekend. The festivities kick off this Friday, the 23rd, at 10 a.m. with a parade. Parades are also scheduled at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Meet and greets are scheduled at 11:30 on Friday and 12:30 on Saturday and Sunday. You can meet the participants of the pageant and actually get up close and personal with the animals at the pageant grounds. Covered wagons, ox carts, and many floats will be in the pageant parade. The pageant starts at 1 p.m. on Friday and 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The citizens of Medicine Lodge have been a part of the reenactment ever since the first pageant in 1927. Generation after generation, local citizens have served as officials, planners, and participants. This year Sara Whelan is the president. With the help of past supporters such as Steve Bryant and Brad Forsyth who are on the board now and many other folks, Sara has a fun filled weekend planned for all ages. The Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty was signed in October of 1867 between the Comanche, Kiowa, Arapaho, Apache, and the Cheyenne and our Federal Government. The treaties made possible the coming railroad and later settlement in the area. The site of the signing was near where the Medicine River and Elm Creek merged just a little southwest of Medicine Lodge, Kansas. More than 15.000 Indians camped near by during the council. Among them, the famous Chief Satanta, Little Raven and Black Kettle. Around 500 soldiers acted as escorts for the U.S. Commissioners. Other activities for the weekend include Historical re-enactments such as the Medicine Valley Bank Robbery, Carry Nation, and Red Dog Saloon all starting at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and at 11 a.m. on Sunday. An old-fashioned Street Dance will be held Friday and Saturday night and lots of food vendors will be on hand to feed the pageantgoers throughout the weekend. The Indian Camp at the city park is a must-see, too. There will be a representative of each of the Indian tribes. The

This authenintic ox cart will be among the many covered wagons and other floats in the Peace Treaty Pageant Parade in Menicine Lodge this weekend. Notice the leather covering the wheels. The leather helps keep mud and moisture from rotting the wood. Photo by Leisa Beavers

This pair of oxen is owned by Jim Coburn. Jim uses them to pull the ox cart in the Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Parade. descendents of the Five Southern Plains tribes will be sharing their culture and heritage. Amazing Native American arts and crafts will be on display at the camp. On Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 p.m. the Kansas Championship Ranch Rodeo will entertain and thrill the

crowds. Participants of the rodeo will compete for cash and prizes. Alumni of Medicine Lodge Schools will enjoy an all school reunion on Saturday from 4-10. See Treaty Page 31

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work at the Department of Human Services in 1980, retiring in 1995. Helen was also past president of Salt Plains Bowling Association and the Business & Professional Women’s Organization. Helen was active in her church, serving on various committees, until her failing health prevented her from attending. She loved her family and enjoyed all of her grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her mother and father; six brothers: Edward, George, Oscar, Roy, Jack and Delmar and three sisters: Rose, Nevada and Ruby; her son, Michael Lee Jenlink and her husband, Glenn. She is survived by one sister, Doris Diltz of Ponca City and one brother, Donald Ball and wife Donna of Anthony, Kansas; her two sons, Timothy Jenlink and wife Debbie of Cherokee, and Patrick Jenlink and wife Karen of Nacogdoches, Texas; four grandchildren: Tami Jenlink of Jamestown, Colorado, Traci Shafer and husband Brian of El Reno, Chris Jenlink and wife Kathi of Alva, Matthew Jenlink and wife Laine of Cherokee; and step-granddaughters Amber Mayo of Silver Springs, Maryland, and Charla Dumas and husband Stephen of San Antonio, Texas; and seven great grandchildren: Rachel Shafer,

Erin Jenlink, Abigail Shafer, Anna Shafer, Adin Ray Shafer, Elijah Ben Shafer and Christina Michael Jenlink. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jenlink Family Scholarship Fund, NWOSU Alumni Association through Goodwin Funeral Home. ALICE MARIE (LORD) READY Graveside services for Alice Marie (Lord) Ready will be 3 p.m. Thursday, September 22, 2011, at the Waynoka Municipal Cemetery with the Reverend Gene Spillman officiating. Interment is under the direction of Marshall Funeral Home of Waynoka, LLC. Alice Marie (Lord) Ready, daughter of the late Floyd C. and Edna L. (Ross) Simpson, was born June 23, 1925, in Woods County, Oklahoma, and passed away September 19, 2011, at Enid, Oklahoma, at the age of 86 years, 2 months, and 25 days. Marie attended Cottonwood School and graduated from Waynoka High School. In 1945, she was united in mar-

riage to Francis Oren Lord at Alva, Oklahoma. They lived in Waynoka where they farmed and ranched. Francis passed away in 1975. In 1979 Marie moved to Woodward where she worked as a custodian for Woodward Schools. In 1990 she was united in marriage to Dean Winton Ready at Woodward, Oklahoma. After their retirement they worked at Boiling Springs in Woodward and Fun Valley in Colorado. They moved to Enid in 1994. Most of her life, Marie was an active member in the Christian Church and was currently a member of the Oakwood Christian Church. She was a member of the Rebecca Lodge and Avard Dorcas Circle. She was very artistic and had many hobbies, including decorating bulletin boards, ceramics, making quilts, painting and macrame. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Wesley Simpson and Clement Simpson; and one sister, Ruth Valentine. Marie is survived by her husband, Dean, of Enid; two sons, Paul Lord and wife, Sue, of Woodward, and Floyd Lord and wife, Phoebe, of Wellington, Kansas; one daughter, Patsy Kephart and husband, Harry, of Enid; one stepson, Gerald Ready and wife, Trudy, of Clearwater, Kansas; one brother, Franklin Simpson of Waynoka, and one sister, Vera Parker, of Wellington, Kansas. Also surviving are seven grandchildren, Chris Stallings and wife, Dhonne, of Rowlett, Texas, Mark Stallings and wife, Dusti, of Kremlin, Kayla Usher and husband, P. J., of Mary Ester, Florida, Chad Lord of Columbus, Ohio, Gena Lawson and husband, Daniel, of Tinker Air Force Base, Ryon Lord of Wichita, Kansas, and Megan Appenfeller and husband, Larry, of Wichita, Kansas, three step grandchildren, Kim Bohnert of Clearwater, Kansas, Gerri Sturchio and husband, Terry, of Fajati, Kansas, and Abby Ready of Clearwater, Kansas; eight great grandchildren; five step great grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Memorial contributions may be made through the funeral home to Relay for Life. Remembrances may be shared with the family at

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This Huge event could not be possible without the dedication of the planners, officials and the people of Medicine Lodge. This is a BIG production and preparations have been in the works for many months. There is talk in the wind that this might be the last pageant. Whelan said, “We hope this isn’t going to be the last pageant but we need some young blood to step up and carry on these traditions.” People like Jim and Cathy Colburn are a dying breed. Jim is one of the only men in this part of the country that has the knowledge to work on the wagons. The skills required to make the needed repairs is in high demand around

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pageant time. He is working with some young guys, trying to pass on the traditions of the trade so that the craft won’t be lost to future generations. “I think a couple of the kids I’ve been working with are bright enough to carry on the legacy,” Jim said laughing. His wife Cathy is a third time Pageant Director. Her uncle was on the board of the first pageant back in 1927. He was also a bank clerk for the bank when it was robbed in 1884. A member of Cathy’s family has been in the pageant ever since the first one. “Bring your children to see this amazing portrayal of life in a time that has long passed us by,” Jim said. “They’ll never forget it!”

Planners and officials of the Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Pageant. Pictured from left, Brad Forsyth, Jim and Cathy Coburn, Sara Whelan and Steve Bryant.




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Waynoka In the market wether lamb show Weston Hill had Champion Cross and Champion Suffolk. He also had overall Reserve Grand Champion and overall Grand Champion. Champion Senior Showman was also won by Weston. Kelby Reed had 2nd place in the Suffolk class, 1st place in the Cross class, and Reserve Natural. Draven Smith won 1st place in a Cross class, 1st in a Hampshire class, Hampshire Breed Champion, and Champion Intermediate Showman. In the goat show Hannah Darr won 1st place with her goat in Division 2, Class 1, and with her goat in Division 2, Class 3. She also won Division 2 Champion and overall Grand Champion Market Wether. Josiah Darr had 1st place in Division 1, Class 2, 2nd in Division 2, Class 2 and was Division 1 Champion. On the 10th Waynoka FFA members participated in the Woods County Livestock Judging Contest. Members judged 8 different classes of livestock consisting of a variety of heifers, bulls, market hogs, breeding ewes, and goats. They took this opportunity better their livestock judging skills. Those FFA members who competed were, Colton Budy, Hannah Darr, Josiah Darr, Layne Meriwether, Logan Meriwether, Kelby Reed, and Draven Smith. The Waynoka FFA had a successful time at the fair and are looking forward to following up on their success.

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SBHS HOMECOMING QUEEN – Ali Thurman just minutes after the South Barber High School Football Homecoming Queen coronation. She looks as pretty as the Chieftains’ huge win over Argonia wearing the crown and robe while holding the flowers and autographed football from the team. Ali is the daughter of Greg and Cheryl Thurman. Photo by Yvonne Miller

CORRECTION Weston Hill also won Grand Champion Lamb at the Woods County Fair. His Reserve Champion picture was used in last week’s Newsgram.

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Two lengthy executive sessions, rare for commissioners, were part of Monday’s meeting. The first was to interview candidates for a maintenance position. Afterward, action was tabled. The second executive session was to discuss the possible removal of County Clerk Bruce Martin. Assistant District Attorney Westline Ritter sat in on the commissioners meeting and left with them when they left the room for the executive session. When they returned, Commissioner Chairman Doug Murrow made a motion that the county initiate the process to remove the county clerk. The motion was seconded by Chad Roach and passed unanimously (see additional story this issue). In other action, the commissioners set times for a representative of the pre-paid legal service endorsed by the county to discuss the optional plan with employees. The commissioners approved three private property easements in District 1. Also approved were minutes, maintenance and operations warrants, and blanket purchase orders. One of the maintenance and operations items was a bill for $80 for a water system installed in the County Clerk’s office. The system was installed years ago when the city’s water system may have had some

quality issues. Commissioner Chad Roach said he had talked with Martin about it since the monthly bill has been paid out of the county’s general fund, not out of funds earmarked for the county clerk’s office. An agreement was reached where the monthly cost would no longer come from the general fund. It will be paid for from the county clerk’s office fund. In exchange, the system will be exclusively for use by the county clerk’s office instead of the entire courthouse.

Obituary CAROL ANN ‘SKIDMORE’ DOTTERER Graveside service for Carol Ann “Skidmore” Dotterer will be Friday, September 23, 2011 at 2 p.m. at Garrison Cemetery near Dacoma with Reverend Tom Cooksey officiating Arrangements are by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Cherokee. Online condolences may be made at She was the daughter of Paul and Mildred Skidmore. Survivors include two sons, two daughters, eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

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Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log September 11, 2011 4:08 p.m. Woods Co advised Waynoka was in pursuit of a pickup by Green Valley Church on Hwy 45 southbound, on Aline blacktop, take no further action on pursuit. 6:02 p.m. medical call to 300 block of S 5th in Jet, woman laying on the couch shaking, can’t stay awake, she fell 2 days ago, dispatched Jet Rescue and Helena Ambulance. 7:32 p.m. report of a reckless driver in Carmen, driver has no license or insurance, headlight out driving like a bat out of hell circling the Jiffy Trip in Carmen, almost hit her in her vehicle with her child in the car, advised she called Friday night about the same thing and wants something done about it, advised OHP. 7:52 p.m. report of kids hitting fence in Carmen, when she got home her dogs were scared to death, kids were hitting the fence and yelling, she yelled at them and told them to stop and then their dad came out and made comments, she didn’t want a report made she just thought it was very disrespectful and that we needed to know what was going on but that she was going to bed because she had to work in the morning and the dogs are ok now. September 12, 2011 4:28 a.m. medical call in Jet for an individual who is weak and dizzy, request rescue and ambulance, paged Jet and advised Life request Helena Ambulance. 7:07 a.m. report of 3 head of cattle out 1 1/4 south of 58/45 Jct, went to county line, no cattle out, going to check with another unit since they were the ones that called it in. 8:11 a.m. report of Buds Salvage being broken into, as of now nothing is missing. 5:10 p.m. report of an erratic semi driver turned off Hwy 281/east on Hwy 11, white tanker truck had flammable on the back, advised Woods Co, caller was at the last bridge west of Burlington when the semi came flying around him, almost hit another vehicle head on, they turned at Burlington but the semi kept going eastbound. 6:34 p.m. report of audible panic alarm going off 4 miles west on Hwy 8/5 miles north on Hwy 8, advised by Monitronics Alarm Co we can take no further action, at home false alarm. 11:44 p.m. report of possible intoxicated driver 3/4 mile east on Hwy 11 &

Hwy 8 Jct., caller came up on a vehicle, has 2 occupants in it, has shown a flashlight in there, honked his horn, cannot get any response out of them, they looked like hey had passed out, advised OHP by phone, dispatched Cherokee Ambulance and Burlington Rescue, OHP advised they didn’t hit anything, medic advised is there anymore info, gave what I had at this point, advised need wrecker, Burlington Fire & Rescue has been released from scene, prisoner in custody x 2, wrecker has picked up vehicle. September 13, 2011 8:55 a.m. report of 2 black cow out 1/4 west of Helena on Hwy 45, trooper advised who owner is, called negative contact, trooper is looking for him, found owner and he is putting them up. 12:56 p.m. report of speeder north of Aline turnoff, caller advised a pickup passed him in a no passing zone really fast, passed him and another vehicle, he is 1 north of the Aline turnoff. 1:49 p.m. report of semi that blew a tire 1 south of Cherokee and is all over the road, called ODOT. 6:42 p.m. report of car broke down 2 miles west of 64/58 Jct., he had a bad tire, pulled of to side of roadway, was going to get back on but car died, he is on the south side, advised they got him off the roadway, he will go check it out. 7:43 p.m. report of fire 3-4 miles west & 1/2 mile north of Goltry, paged out Goltry FD, advised by unknown caller that fire is at RR tracks between Helena & Goltry right behind a house, train went across & fire was on the other side, paged out Helena FD, Goltry advised to notify BNSF and advise them of fire on right of roadway, need to shut the train down and send someone out to check the tracks, do not know what shape the tracks are in at this time, there is a trestle bridge right where fire is, bridge not on fire at this time but fire is close to bridge, Goltry advised needed weather conditions, Goltry also advised fire is not out, RR ties are still burning will probably burn for 12-24 hours, if we get any calls on it please call him on his cell, he is approximately 2 miles from the site and he will go check it out. September 14, 2011 7:27 a.m. report of a minor major accident on McCain/Hwy 58, an 18 wheeler rolled over, truck of roadway, OHP & A/B Rescue has been advised, no 18 wheeler just the tractor, another A/B unit

en route, all units back at station. 8:50 a.m. report of black calf out 2 east of 45/8 Jct., possible owner was advised. 2:49 p.m. report of reckless driver north of Hopeton heading northbound, truck is all over road, ACSO advised Woods Co. 10:34 p.m. report of a domestic at 400 block of E 5th in Jet, advised all is receiving well at this time. 11:01 p.m. report of a yellowish/ white cow out 4 east of Jet, called possible owner they do not have any cattle, called another, no answer. September 15, 2011 8:57 a.m. report of cattle out south of Waldron, caller said that cattle out again and there is more than is usually out, possible owner was advised. 2:59 p.m. medical call to 3.5 east of Cozy Curve, request Cherokee Ambulance, individual was sick and he wants her to go to the hospital, notified 1st Responders and advised CPD, ambulance going to St. Mary’s. 3:45 p.m. report of 4 large bales of hay in road 3 north of Cherokee, a truck lost 4 big bales at the flashing lights, truck went west, individual is trying to stop the truck, ACSO advised Woods Co cause unit is on phone with DA, ODOT was advised, unit went to find truck but could not locate it, Woods Co went to Woods/Alfalfa Co line and no truck. 3:53 p.m. motorist assist on Hwy 45 south of Helena, caller advised that her wheels is broke, wants an emergency person to come fix it, was advised will have to call a wrecker, she advised she did not have a wreck but her wheel is broken, trooper is going to go check her out, she is 1/2 south of Carmen turnoff, spoke with a man and he advised she needs a wrecker, axle is broke also, called wrecker and they were going to call her and go get her. September 16, 2011 6:34 a.m. report of cattle out 3/4 west of Goltry on Hwy 45, advised possible owner, they will check. 7:26 a.m. report of minor accident 4-5 west of Carmen, caller advised he hit a deer, not sure if it is Alfalfa Co, advised OHP, vehicle cannot be moved, is off roadway. 11:47 a.m. animal control call to 100 block of S 6th in Jet, individual has See Sheriff Page 46

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Barber County Sheriff’s Log 09-12-11 Cindy Smith, Isabel, driving a 1996 Toyota PU struck a deer on the Isabel Road north of Ridge Road. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident investigated by Deputy Hall. 09-13-11 Whitney Wyatt, Buffalo, Oklahoma, driving a 2007 Pontiac struck a deer on U281 about 3;10 mile north of Hargis Road. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Sheriff Tomson. 09-13-11 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Central Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital and thence to air ambulance for transport to Wichita. 09-14-11 Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded to a tank battery fire south of U160 and Bethel Road. 09-14-11 Robert Heffington, Medicine Lodge, driving a 2005 Chev PU

collided with a 2008 Honda MC driven by Daniel Butler, Sulphur, Oklahoma on U160 at the Grove. Over $1,000 damage, driver taken to Medicine Lodge Hospital with unknown injuries, passenger, Rebecca Butler, taken to Medicine Lodge Hospital with unknown injuries, accident investigated by Deputy Hall. 09-14-11 Sheriff Tomson and Medicine Lodge Ambulance responded to an unattended death in Isabel. 09-17-11 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Fowler Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. During the week officers received 8 reports of cattle out; 3 reports of horses out; 5 reports of goats out; 2 reports of sheep out; and performed 12 Public Assists; and assisted 6 other agencies. Arrests: 09-12-11 Tina M Carwile, Kiowa,

W/F, 40. Arrest by KWPD. Charge: Fail to Appear. Released 09-12-11 on $400 Cash Bond. 09-13-11 Jerry E Garten, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 56. Arrest by BASO. Charge: Possess Drug Paraphernalia. Released 09-13-11. 09-16-11 James C Everett, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 54. Arrest by BASO. Charge: Fail to Appear. Released 09-1611 on $500 Surety Bond. 09-16-11 Brenda C Hill, Medicine Lodge, W/F, 49. Arrest by MLPD. Charge: Fail to Appear. Released 09-1711 on $500 Surety Bond. 09-16-11 Spencer C Roe, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 19. Arrest by BASO. Court Committed for 48 Hours. Released 09-18-11 Time Served. 09-18-11 Adam J Moody, Medicine Lodge, W/M, 28. Arrest by BASO. Charge: Fail to Appear.

Barber County Court Filings Criminal Filings Jonathan E. Bogatay, 1988, Kiowa: (1) Interference with LEO; Obstruct or resist in misdemeanor case; (2) Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; 1st conviction. Raphael A. Gehlen, 1975, Sharon: Giving a worthless check; Value <$1,000. Wanda E. Ring, 1961, Augusta: Giving a worthless check; Value $1,000 to $25,000. Julie L. Reed, 1979, Medicine Lodge: Battery; Causing bodily harm. Jeramy Lane Hatch, 1979, Medicine Lodge: Theft of property or services; Value less than $1,000. Roxanne Hallene Banta, 1988, Medicine Lodge: Theft of property or services; Value less than $1,000. Cory Scott Banta, 1985, Medicine Lodge: Theft of property or services; Value less than $1,000. Shaina D. Ebeling, 1986, Medicine Lodge: 2 counts of Giving a worthless check; Value <$1,000. Civil Filings Ford Motor Credit Company vs. George R. Hoeck III: Money judgment for an amount more than $14,000. O.K. Cooperative Grain & Merchantile Co. vs. Clark Farms

Harvesting and Trucking Co. Inc: Money judgment for an amount more than $16,000. Limited Civil Filings Dennis A. Walker dba E Z Mart vs. Mark C. Jones: Indebtedness for an amount more than $600. G & L Propane Service LLC vs. Steven Lowe: Indebtedness for an amount more than $300. Credit Management Services Inc vs. Sandra D. Divine: Indebtedness for an amount more than $300. Marriage Filings Andrew James Morford, 25, Medicine Lodge and Allison Nichole Robertson, 26, Medicine Lodge. Otto John Schwerdtfeger, 28, Medicine Lodge and Jessica Danielle Reynolds, 26, Medicine Lodge. Jarred Robert Tyree, 28, Hardtner and Mary Lynn Marquardt, 23, Hardtner. Traffic Filings Randy Thompson, 43, Sharon: Transporting an open container ($148). Jed M. Hill, 32, Medicine Lodge: Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; 1st conviction ($988.50). The following individuals were cited for speeding: Barbara R. Campbell, 23, Medicine

Lodge: 78 in 65 ($161). Scott D. Duren, 42, Blanchard, OK: 75 in 65 ($143). Austin W. Harris, 20, Pratt: 80 in 65 ($173). Tricia J. Sawyer, 37, Protection: 91 in 65 ($257). Krista A. Bruce, 29, Westminster, CO: 75 in 65 ($143). Jessie A. Grant, 28, Sutton, NE: 41 in 30 ($144.50). Michael Harp, 34, Derby: 87 in 65 ($221). Jeffery L. Lancaster, 37, Dacoma, OK: 75 in 65 ($143). Kayla J. Larkin, 20, Medicine Lodge: 75 in 65 ($143). Amy R. Logan, 32, Wellington: 75 in 65 ($143).



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Alfalfa County Court Filings According to the affidavits and petitions on file, the following individuals have been charged. An individual is innocent of any charges listed below until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is a matter of public record and may be obtained by anyone during regular hours at the Alfalfa County Courthouse. The Alva Review-Courier will not intentionally alter or delete any of this information. If it appears in the courthouse public records, it will appear in this newspaper. Criminal Filings Brian Keith Boon, 49, El Reno: Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. Misdemeanor Filings Indalecio Cornejo-Salazar, 25, no address listed: Driving while License is Under Suspension. Matthew Shawn George, 39, no address listed: Driving while License is Revoked. Peter James Babb, 22, Edmond: Actual Physical Control of Vehicle while Under the Influence of Alcohol. Isaac Norman Hull, 21, Edmond: Public Intoxication. Marlin Montie Yoder, 39, Burlington: Violation of Protective Order.

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Civil Filings Credit Bureau Services Associates vs. Mickey Josh Hutchison: Indebtedness for an amount more than $900. Marriage Filings Christopher Buck Penoyer, 29, Cherokee and Eden Lee Palmer-Reynolds, 23, Cherokee: Marriage license with certificate. Traffic Filings Donald Wade Hicks, 40, Cherokee: Operating a CMV without proper lettering requirements ($211.50). Debbie Lynn Pike, 46, Cherokee: Transporting open container of beer ($316). William Morgan Shirk, 22, Tulsa: Inattentive driving ($211.50). Rodger Dean Hill, 61, Burlington: Inattentive driving ($211.50). Irys Dawn Botta, 19, Amorita: Inattentive driving ($211.50). The following individuals were cited for speeding: Michael Tennyson Boudreau, 22, OKC: 15 over ($226.50). The following individuals were cited for failure to wear seatbelt ($20 fine): Stacy L. Paris, 38, Kiowa.


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Barber County Real Estate Transactions Beginning Book 135, page 99 Real Estate Transfers Glenn Henderson aka Glyn Henderson and Judy K. Henderson to Gentry Ranch Partners, LLC: --the South Half of the Southwest Quarter and the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 19, Township 32 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the West Half of the Northeast Quarter and the West Half and the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 30, Township 32 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --Section 31, Township 32 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; the South Half of the Southwest Quarter and the Southeast Quarter of Section 5, Township 33 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; the West Half and the South Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 6, Township 33 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the North Half of the Northeast Quarter; the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, the West Half and the Southeast Quarter of Section 7, Township 33 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the Northeast Quarter, the East Half of the Northwest Quarter, the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the North Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8, Township 33 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the North Half of the Northwest Quarter, the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 18, Township 33 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the Northeast Quarter and the South Half of Section 1, Township 33 South, Range 15 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 2, Township 33 South, Range 15 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the East Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 33 South, Range 15 West of the 6th Principal Meridian;

--All of Section 12, Township 33 South, Range 15 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; --the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 13, Township 33 South, Range 15 West of the 6th Principal Meridian: Warranty Deed. Carolyn Jean McCullough aka Carol Jean McCullough aka Jeanee McCollough and Patrick Gene McCollough; and Carolyn Jean McCollough as Trustee of the Carolyn Jean McCollough Revocable Trust dated March 4, 2008; and Linda Sawyer aka Linda Lou Bruce aka Linda L. Bruce aka Linda Bruce and Walter Sawyer; David Lynn Cline aka David Cline aka Dave Cline and Amber Cline;. Wesley Cline aka C. Wesley Cline; Robert Lee Cline aka Robert L. Cline aka Robert Cline; Mark Kline aka Mark Wesley Cline; John M. Snyder; and Susan C. Ooton to Gentry Ranch Partners, LLC: the Northwest Quarter of Section One, Township 33 South, Range 15 West of the 6th Principal Meridian: Warranty Deed. Carolyn Jean McCullough aka Carol Jean McCullough aka Jeanee McCollough and Patrick Gene McCollough; and Carolyn Jean McCollough as Trustee of the Carolyn Jean McCollough Revocable Trust dated March 4, 2008; and David Lynn Cline aka David Cline aka Dave Cline and Amber Cline to Gentry Ranch Partners, LLC: the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 7 AND the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter and the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 8, Township 33 South, Range 14 West; and the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 17 AND the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and the North Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 18, Township 33 South, Range 14 West of the 6th Principal Meridian: Warranty Deed. Justin M. Hart and Rebecca A. Hart to Larry D. Klusman: the West 5 feet of Lot 5 and all of Lot 7, Kansas Avenue West, in the Original Townsite of the City of Medicine Lodge; warranty deed. PMJ Properties LLC to Redland Enterprises, Inc. (in Kingman): a tract of land as described in Section 11, Township 32 South Range 12 West of the 6th Principal Meridian: Warranty Deed. Benedict Ricke aka Benedict T. Ricke and Elizabeth Ricke aka Elizabeth D. Ricke to the Benedict T. Ricke and Eliza-

beth D. Ricke Revocable Trust Agreement dated Dec. 27, 2010: the Northeast Quarter of Section 4, Township 32 South, Range 11 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; the South Half of the Northeast Quarter and the North Half of the Southeast Quarter and the South Half of the South Half, all in Section 33, Township 31 South, Range 11 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; and Lot 4 in Block 2 in Regnier’s Amended Revised Second Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge: Warranty Deed. Monte Chain and Dianna Chain aka Diane Chain to Hucmac Holdings LLC (Canton, Okla.): a tract of land as described in Section 8, Township 31 South, Range 11 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; and an undivided one-fourth interest in—all of Section 23, 24, 25, 26, 36 and the North Half of Section 35, all in Township 31 South, Range 10 West of the 6th Principal Meridian: Quit Claim Deed. Beginning Mortgage Book 200 page 260 Mortgages Ryan Thomas Bedwell and Emerald Dawn Bedwell to the United States of America acting through the Farm Service Agency for the United States Department of Agriculture: the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter and Lot 7 and the East Half of the Southwest Quarter and the Southeast Quarter of Section 6, Township 32 South, Range 12, WPM, EXCEPT a 1 acre tract in a square form in the Southwest corner of said Southeast Quarter: $191,520. Ronald J. Loftus and Patricia Lynn Lofus to High Plains Farm Credit: all of Section 25, Township 30 South, Range 13, WPM, containing 640 acres more or less: $220,000. Vickie Jo Lukens to The Peoples Bank: Lot 13 in Block A in Forsyth Addition o the City of Medicine Lodge: $74,900. Brendon Howard Taylor Wheelock and Stephanie L. Wheelock to George Dempsey: the East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 34, Township 31 South, Range 12, WPM: $25,000. Lee T. Mohler to the United States of America acting through the Farm Service Agency for the United States Department of Agriculture: surface interest only in and to the Southwest Quarter and the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 4 and the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 5, Township 30 South, Range 13, WPM: 2 notes totaling $269,000.

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Garage Sale Sat 8am-2pm. 15 Okla Blvd Lot 42 Garage Sale Corner of 5th and Center. Sat 8am-?. Lots of Home Decor, clothes 0-12, furniture and lots of misc Yard Sale 118 Center. 8am-2pm Sat. 50 cent movies Yard Sale Sept 24 8am-noon. Yellow Building north end of airport. Collectibles, antique Organ, movie posters, toys, fabric and much more. Please No Early Birds! Big Sale Come One, Come all. All kinds of treasures. Plants, Michelin Tires. Fri noon5pm. Sat 8am-5pm. 511 E Barnes. No Early Birds! Waynoka Townwide Inside/Outside Sale. 2168 Cecil. Sat, 9/24/11, 8:30am Garage Sale 414 Mimosa. Sat 8am-? 3 Family 1025 Choctaw Sat 8am-1pm Huge Garage Sale 1307 S Penn. Cherokee, OK, Fri 5-8pm. Sat 8am-5pm Garage Sale 122 Aspen. 8am-? Boys Clothes, Newborn18mo. Adult Clothes. OU Leather Jacket 2X, Prom Dresses size 4 & 6 Yard Sale Sat and Sun 8am-?. Girls clothes and misc. 116 Santa Fe Merchandise Baby Bed New, still in box, convertible 4-1 crib. Dark Cherry. $225 580-430-7272

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Farm Equip * Vehicles * Motorcycles * Pickup Tools & Misc * Salvage * Household * FAIRVIEW, OK AUCTION Saturday Sept 24, 2011 10:00 a.m. Auction Location: From Hwy 60 & Hwy 58 on the south side of Fairview, go 3 mi south and 1 mi east, OR from Isabella, 7 mi West and 1 mi south Farm Equipment: Sunflower 15' No-Till Drill w/ Liquid Fertilizer, 300 gal; '52 Dodge Wheat Truck; '82 JD 4240 Tractor; JD 158 Loader; '74 Deweze Hay Wagon; JD Brush hog Mower; Stock Trlr; Rotary Hoe; Richardson 3 Bottom Sweep w/Pickers; Ratzlaff 52' Harrow; Krause 14' one way; Richardson 16' Mulch Treader; Case 5 Bottom Plow; Kirschan Drill; 4 Wheel Diesel Tank w/Trlr; Ratzlaff 12' Scraper; Miller 14' Disc; Electric Grain Auger, 32x6; 8' trlr w/ramp gate; Wheat Sowing Grain Auger; Track Whacker; Lincoln Electric Welder/Generator; Miller Welder * AND MORE; Vehicles: Yamaha 350 4-Wheeler; Honda Ricon 4-Wheeler; '95 Chevrolet Extended Cab Pickup; '03 Honda Shadow 750; '07 Honda Shadow; '08 Ruff & Tuff Electric Car, 4x4 w/ 369 mi; '10 Ruff & Tuff Electric Car, 4x4; 42” Dixon Hydrostatic zero-turn Radius Mower; JD 110 Riding Mower; Dirt Bikes * AND MORE! Tools/Miscellaneous: Fencing Supplies; Tools; Drill Press; Grinders; FM Radios; Air Tanks; Power Washer; Drills; Tarps; Tents; Extension; Cords; Shovels; Axes; Rakes; Boating Accessories; Ladders; Cabinets; Bicycles; Fence Posts; Spray Rig for 4-Wheeler; Deer Stands; Fuel Stands; Stihl Weed eaters; Leaf Blower; Table Saws; Band Saw; Tow Rope * AND MORE! Salvage: Cattle Panels; Cattle Guard; Piles of Scrap Metal; Feeders; Old Equipment * AND MORE! Furniture & Household Items: Roll Top Desk; Couches; Dressers; Bedroom Suites; Ping Pong Table; Sofa Tables; Pictures; Household Items; Washer & Dryer * AND MORE! Contact Adam Martens, Auction Manager, at 580-744-0194, or visit, for more details & pics. Seller: Curtis and Debbie Karber Another Auction By: One Grand Center, 201 N. Grand, Suite 600 Enid, Oklahoma 73701 (580) 233-3066

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2926 Falcon Crest Dr., Willow West 4th Addition, Enid, OK Visit for details & pictures! Sellers: Gary and Sandra Semrad

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Home * 40'x60' Shop * 80 +/- Acres (Offered in Tracts) Fairview Area, Major Co., OK Pickup * Tractor * Trailer * Equipment * Furniture & Household AUCTION Wed. Sept. 28, 2011 10:00 a.m. Auction Location: Approx. 14 mi. W. of Fairview on U.S. 60 (1 mi. W. of Midway Church) &1 mi. S. Open House Dates (Home is occupied): Sun, Sept. 18th, & Tues, September 20th, 4:00 pm 6:30 pm OR call for an apt. to view. Outstanding opportunity to purchase a fine home & up to 80 +/- acres * beautifully timbered land * grassy meadows * 3 min. to Canton Wildlife refuge * 7 min. to Fairview Golf Course * 15 min. to Longdale landings & Fairview * extremely nice home & machine shop * good grass * native timber exc for livestock shelter & wildlife * corrals * water well * rural home sites * The Home: Nicely cared-for * remodeled 7 +/- yrs ago * 4 BR, 3 Bath *great 2-Family floor plan w/ privacy for all. Features include: vinyl siding * tilt-in &/or slide windows * comp roof (4 +/- yrs old) * guttering * 2800 +/- sq. ft. of living area * master bdrm w/patio access, dressing area, big walk-in shower, & lg. walk-in closet * two add'l bdrms w/walk-in closets * a bdrm suite w/double closets, sitting area, big bath w/walk-in shower & access from garage * lg. living rm * den * big kitchen w/nice oak cabinetry, gas cook top & dbl oven, built-in Kitchen-Aid refrig., dishwasher & bar * dining rm * lg. utility/office w/2 walk-in closets * 2 central h/a units * tasteful decor * attached 2 car garage w/10'x10' shop & overhead storage * covered patio * walk-in storm shelter * shade & fruit trees * 40' x 60' all steel shop w/concrete floor, 220 elect, & drive through doors * lvstk shed * corral * 2 water wells (1 for possible irrigation) Order: Property will be offered in 3 tracts, combinations, & entirety. Tracts inc space for family, sports, lvstk, & home sites. Tract #1: 20 ac inc home, shop & improvements. Tract #2: 20 ac w/water well, elec, coral, & storage building. Tract #3: 40 ac outstanding native timber. Legal: S/2 SE/4 17-20-14, Major Co. '10 Taxes: approx. $1,384.08 Terms: 10% down, bal. due at closing. Ann day of auction take precedence. Personal Property Sells after the Real Estate! Tractor, Trailer, Implements, & Feeders: '05 JD 4310 w/Loader, hydro, MFWD, 3 pt., pto, ROPS, 267 +/- hrs; 5' box blade; 5' straight blade; 16' Norris tandem axel flatbed w/ ramps; 3 pt. 2 bottom plow; 3 pt. Rhino 5' rotary mower; 3 pt. scoop; 2 section harrow; 3 pt. fert spreader; overhead fuel tanks; 500 gal. LP tank; bunk feeders; rd. bale feeders; stock tanks; vet supplies; tposts & puller & driver Pickup: '07 Chev Silverado 3500, 4x4, single cab, V-8, auto, 102,000 +/miles, duals, 2 fuel tanks, Mabar bed & hoist Generator: AC Delco 6000 watt, elec start, never used Yard & Shop: Craftsman DYT 4000, 20 hp, 42” lawn tractor w/ grass catcher (approx. 4 yrs. old); DR 10.5 hp field & brush mower; DR 6.0 hp string trimmer; BD 19” elec. mower; Troy-Bilt 5.5 hp tiller; Troy-Bilt mulcher/shredder; 12' Hydro Fab trlr mt spray rig; fert spreader (never used); shears & nippers; Husqvarna, Stihl & elec chain saws; electric chain saw; yard dump trlr; yard cart; patio table & chairs; lawn glider; lawn table w/umbrella; metal & plastic lawn chairs; imp seat chair; western décor bench; imp wheels; imp wheel plant stand; decor windmill; yard ornaments; planters & plants; smoker/grill; SS turkey fryer; hose reels & hose; yard tools; sprinklers; fuel cans; herbicides & pesticides; nice metal shop shelves; work benches; sorting bins; port. plywood/siding rack; alum. extension & step ladders; saw horses; shop vac; shop lights; ext. cords; creeper; jacks; ratchet straps; air tank; log chain; DeWalt miter saw; Craftsman 10” radial arm saw; shop grinder; hand held power tools; hand tools; hardware; clamps; come along; gofer trap; camping items; fan; wash tub Appliances & Furniture: Frigidaire freezer; Whirlpool ref/freezer; Hotpoint ref; Whirlpool Duet wash & elec. dryer; rd. oak table w/host chair, 6 side chairs (leather seats & backs) & matching side board; Maple rd. pedestal table w/ chairs; oak breakfront china; bakers rack; leather top bar stools; oak side chairs; 6 pc. queen size bdrm suite; 4 pc. full size bdrm suit; Waterfall bdrm suit; Pine TV armoire; oak entertainment center; oak book cases; recliners; rocker w/ ottoman; occasional chairs; sofa table; Duncan Fyffe drum table; end tables; computer desk; desk; desk chairs; oak file cab; wooden horizontal file cab; Singer & MW treadle sewing machines; CD rack Collectible: Gulfpride metal adv. sign; hames; single trees; razor straps; hay hooks; Knox Indian pitcher & glass set w/tray; Blue Willow china; vintage & collectible glassware; marbles; sad & flat irons; cast iron dinner bell; school bell; cow & sheep bells; oilers; postal scales; kero lamps; clothes washers & wash boards; log shave; crockery jars Household Items: china complete w/serving dishes; pattern glass serving pieces; chicken figurine collection; canister set; Corelle & stoneware sets; Pyrex baking dishes & mixing bowls; sm. appliances; lg. SW style floor lamp w/ matching table lamp; SW style pottery vases; pictures & wall décor; table/dresser lamps; area rug set; Piano: Regensburg upright piano; organ stool Terms: Cash/approved check the day of the auction. Seller: Patsy McCaslin

AUCTION October 12, 2011

Wednesday Brand New 4 bd, 4 ½ bath Home * Prestigious Willow West 4th Addition Enid, Garfield Co., OK

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Handicap Equip. Hoverround w/Charger $800 obo. EZ Standing Lift 1 1/2 years old $4000 obo w/Extra Battery. Manual Hoyer Lift w/Sling. Shower Chairs, Porta Potty, Sears Riding Lawnmower $1000 obo. Trailer $400. 580-327-6691 or 580747-0088

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Want to Buy Hydraulic Hitch to pull 2 20-8 Grain Drills. 580-542-8804 Glasses Found at Lyns T-Shirt Factory For Sale Skill Saw or Microwave $8. Box of Kids Books and Goosebumps Books $5. 580748-1258 Need a Math Tutor? Call Kristen 580-748-2989 Ham and Bean Supper 1st Christian Church, Oct 4, 5-7pm. Woods Co Fairgrounds Merchants Building For Sale Used Windows, Doors, Furniture, Tools, Air Compressor, Generator and Ladders. 580-327-6605 A Big Thank You to all the members of R.A.C.E from Snapy Tom and friends, we loved everything about the Car Show, Burnout, Street Races and cannot wait until next year Homecoming T-Shirts available at Rialto. $12 or 2 for $20. $1 off with button. Buttons for sale also $10 For Sale 8 person Hot Tub. Used and in exc cond. $1100. 580-541-7098

Prescription Cards Call me 580-732-0522 for a free card For Sale New 8ft x 10ft Dump Trailer. No Hyd. No Elec. Backup/Brakes Lock, Bed Dumps. Call Burlington Welding LLC. 580-4312556 or 580-327-7182 For Sale Table w/2 chairs $5. Stereo $15. Desk $15. PU Topper 5x6 $40. 304 N.B, Carmen. 580-987-2558 For Sale 2 OU Football tickets. Oct 1. Call Wallecia Ream 580-327-0801 Chili Cook-Off Heritage Days Celebration, October 8. 4-7:30pm at Cherokee Strip Museum. Call 580-327-2030 for entry forms today! Cash Prizes! For Sale Cotton Wood planks full dimension rough cut 1” x 12” x 12’. 120 pieces plus or minus. 1440 board feet plus or minus. Price $1400. Call 580-327-1612 Alva Mural Society meet the Artist Hamburger Fry for the Nathan Boone Mural. CNB building (across alley from Garnett’s) 5:30pm-7pm on Sept 27

Real Estate Female Roommate Needed F Roommate 20-25 to share 2bdrm house with F College Student. 620-409-0164 for info Want to Buy If you are interested in selling all or part of your mineral rights call Steve Redgate, Waynoka, OK. 580-824-3501 For Sale by Owner 3 bed, 2 bath brick home. Family room or 4th bdrm, living, dining, over 2100 sq ft, fenced back yard. 216 E Barnes 580-7481620 For Sale 416 11th St. 3bdrm, 2bth, Carport. Tommy Shriver. 580-541-1950 or 580-554-7684 For Sale Handyman’s Special, 724 Hunt $10,000. 617 Waynoka St. $14,000. 121 Choctaw $17,000. United Country/Kohlrus Real Estate. 580-327-4007. For Sale Mobile Home with appliances. 580-3271391 For Sale 2009 3bdrm 2bth Mobile Home set up in Alva. 580-732-0115 For Rent One room efficiency, outside entrance. 580-327-4677

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