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Dalton James gets away from a Wetumka defender. The team travels to Waurika this Friday night.

Brogen Goodson know their is nothing better than a plate of nachos and Allen Mustang football.

Jessi Merriman and the Lady Mustangs are on a winning streak they hope to continue this weekend at the RWB tourney in Asher.

Lily Laden mixed her own concoction by adding a little water, dirt and rocks, while she didn’t drink it she assured us that it was delicious.

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The Gerty Community Association will be hosting bingo this Saturday, September 14th. The prizes will be mystery gifts. The concession menu will be sandwiches, chips, dessert and drinks for $5.00. Doors and concession opens at 6 p.m. Bingo starts at 7. There will be two Blackout Bingos, one for $25.00 and one for $50.00. All proceeds go towards Halloween and Christmas events.

Upcoming Allen Mustang Athletics:

Taylor and Ansley Tollett get ready to go into the show ring at the Ponotoc County fair with their goats.

Allen Mustang Softball will play the first round of the RWB Conference tournament in Asher. The Lady Mustangs will face Vanoss at 7:30 on Thursday. Next week the Lady Mustangs host Stratford Monday and Travel to Roff and Wanette. In football action the Mustangs travel to Waurika Friday and the Junior High travels to Fox on Tuesday.


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by Bill Robinson, Publisher

This past week a friend and I were talking about the starting of a new school year. It was the only time of year we got new clothes . . . and getting school supplies was a real treat. Rick Bragg has memories of the special time also and wrote the following . . . The long hallways – math to this side, science to the other, social studies down the way – were of ancient, gleaming wood, and always smelled of fresh wax and old misery. How many D minuses had fluttered down to those dark boards? How many “trues” that should have been “falses”? How many multiple choices that left no choice at all? It was around 1966 or 1967, but September for sure, because September meant that summer was truly dead. It was still hot outside, but with one halting step into the gloom of that hall you entered a whole other realm, where coaches and even math teachers kept order with long wooden paddles, and a secondgrade teacher once kicked my cowboy boot clear off my foot, then, with a running second kick, knocked it clear into the hall. All this because I left one leg sprawled out in the aisle during her elocution. Still, it was a fine kick for an old woman. I should have hated that school, Roy Webb School in Calhoun County, Alabama. I would have, maybe, if not for that notebook. As much as I hated the end of those hot, free days of summer, I loved that notebook, loved the clean, unmarred lines. Every year I got a new one, divided by subject, and it was always somehow just enough to get me through the year, perhaps because math was completely blank. Except for pictures of hot rods. I used a quarter to get the wheels right. Mostly, I loved the smell of it. It smelled like… well, I couldn’t Thirkiel Wedlow #45 works to get past Wetumka’s tight end in Friday nights contest. put words to it, then. Now I know it was the smell of a fresh start, the smell of possibility. I could learn something, if at the end of the year the pages were filled with ideas, maybe even answers. I would start writing on the third or fourth page, because surely there was some finer idea that needed to go first. I wrote Mark Twain’s thoughts here, about how work is a thing a body is obliged to do, while play is a thing one is not obliged to do. I wrote every line to “Big Rock Candy Mountain,” about how the hens laid soft-boiled eggs. My books were wrapped in brown paper bags from the Piggly Wiggly, and on those rare occasions I got a new one, the spine would make a cracking sound, like snapping an ice-cream stick, when I first opened it. My desk was always carved at least once with the name of a long-lost third grader, always daubed at least five times with a petrified wad of Juicy Fruit. I puzzled at that. How did he expect to get away with defacing school property when he signed his work? And how did a school that had banned the chewing of gum since the first Roosevelt administration have desks in such a state? Come to think of it, they had banned pocketknives too. But this was the key to my castle. I learned here. I walk through stores and pick up notebooks and smell them, and I am sure more than one person has shaken their head at the It was hot...however, the Mustangs were able to stay away from muscle odd man trying to snort up a stationery aisle. It does not smell cramps. Martin Haney takes a break in the game. Haney had an interception in the game.


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the same. I think it is because my chance is used up, and the great possibility with it. Maybe only the young can sense it, the ones at the beautiful, unmarred beginning of things. —CC— At the beginning each school year my mind goes back to the first grade and one of the greatest times of my life – thanks to a precious teacher named Jewell Nichols. She was not only our teacher but like a mother to us. We started each day with the Lord’s Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance. She taught us much more than just what was in the books. Up until her death, I would stop by her home frequently to check on her. I miss those conversations. Up until her death she could tell you where most of her “children” were and what they were doing. She could pull out a class picture from 20-years ago and identify everyone in it. Her “children” were not just her students . . . they were her family. I have never known a finer Christian lady. Several years before her death I wrote a letter telling her how much she meant to me. A few weeks later I dropped by to check on here and the letter had been framed and was hanging in her front room. She told me how much that letter meant to her. After Jewell’s death, her sister Juanita brought the framed letter by and told me she was sure Jewell would want me to have it. Too often I have put off writing a note to people that were special to me until it was too late. Thankfully, in Jewell’s case I didn’t. I have the following poem on the wall next to my desk so I can read it almost everyday . . . Around the corner I have a friend, In this great city that has no end. Yet the days go by and weeks rush on, And before I know it, a year is gone. And I never see my old friend’s face, For life is a swift and terrible race. He know I like him just as well As in the days when I rang his bell. And he rang mine but we were younger then, And now we are busy, tired men. Tired of playing a foolish game, Tired of trying to make a name. “Tomorrow” I say, “I will call on Jim Just to show that I’m thinking of him.” But tomorrow comes and tomorrow goes, And distance between us grows and grows. Around the corner, yet miles away, “Here’s a telegram sir, Jim died today.” And sadly too often what we get in the end, Around the corner, a vanished friend. Those that mean so much to us deserve to be told . . .NOW.

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Threads of Life by Cleo Emerson LeVally

If there was ever was a good time for my bad habit of never throwing anything away, this week was one of them. I am the Business Manager for a Church Women’s group that has been in existence since 1953. The yearly retreat is in the fall of each year. Scrapbooks have been kept for all those years except for the past four years when no scrapbook has been made. All the pictures and information for those four retreats was just put in a box and left with me. This year I have tried to put then together

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with all the photos, yearbooks, program material, etc. that has accumulated. I want to have them ready for our meeting the last week of this month. I could not buy a large scrapbook to put them in. I went to every office supply store, stationary store, Hobby Lobby in Southern Oklahoma, and even tried to call the company where I once bought scrapbooks when I had a photography business and made scrapbooks of the school photographs and school material that I had for each of the years I was in business.

There are no large scrapbooks available anywhere these days. So I made one. From the newspaper office I obtained heavy material to make the covers. From a printing shop in the County Seat I obtained 11” x 14” paper stock. In my old dark room I found screws to put those pages together. I had signs from an old pecan show the Chamber of Commerce had years ago which I found on a shelf in the storeroom. I cut and used part of these for dividing the sheets. The dividers were thick and I could not cut the holes for them

with a regular hole punch but I had an old (and large) hole punch from the law office we closed in 2002, that worked. Rubber cement to put the photographs in was very messy but I found an old bottle of craft glue. The top was stuck on that so I cut it off and then found a

small artists brush that I could use to brush the glue on with. All this junk worked and now I am working on the material from 2012 and hope to finish the scrapbooks this week. I am so grateful I had all this stuff on hand. Sometime things are just too important to trash. They certainly did come in handy this week.

Service held for Carol Frazier

Services for Carol Lynn Frazier, 44, were 2:00 p.m. Monday, September 9th, at Allen School Auditorium, the Rev. Hazel Wallace officiated. Burial followed at Allen Cemetery. A wake service was held at 7:00 p.m. Sunday at Criswell Funeral Home. Ms. Frazier died Wednesday, September 4, 2013, at an Oklahoma City hospital. She was born August 8, 1969, in Ada to Curtis Frazier and Laverna Wallace Walker. She attended Allen schools and graduated from Allen High School. Ms. Frazier was employed at Carl Albert Hospital in the registration department and later the Chickasaw Medical Center in housekeeping. Survivors include a son, Kane Andrew Thompson, Allen; two daughters, Tashina Mylee Thompson and Nora Lynn Thompson, both of Allen; a granddaughter, Ava Faith Yahola; her mother and stepfather, Laverna and Gary Walker, Allen; her father, Curtis Frazier of Texas; a brother, Gary Walker Jr. and wife Amber of Ada; a sister, Jessica Walker, Allen; three nieces, Katey Alyssa Read, Lilly Edens, and Abby Edens; and her nephews, Josh Edens and wife Megan, Bradley Read and wife Courtney, Nate Wood, Tadyn Walker, Kason Walker and Tresyn Walker. Bearers were Dalton Gaines, Stephen Cully, Chris Cully, Jeremy Wallace, Jason Wallace and Michael Carnes.

Rites held for Bruce Carter

Services for Bruce Jackson Carter, 62, Ada, were 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 11th, at Smith-Phillips Funeral Home Chapel, Chaplin Dwight Eidson officiating. Burial followed at Atwood Cemetery in Atwood.  Mr. Carter died Sunday September 8, 2013, at his home in Ada. He was born Jan. 22, 1951, in Seminole, Texas, to  Nell and Jack Carter. Mr. Carter was a veteran of the United States Army. He and Hazel, his wife of 34

years, have lived in Ada since 2003.  Mr. Carter was raised in the Odessa, Texas area.  He graduated from Odessa High School. When in Odessa, he was a  member of Sherwood Church of Christ. On February 15, 1979,  he  and Hazel Collard were married in Paris, Texas. Survivors include his wife, Hazel, of the home; his father, Jack Carter; a stepdaughter, Kay and husband Mike Hall of Ada; two stepsons, Terry and wife Loretta Abney of Ada, and Larry and wife Paula Colbert of Allen; two sisters, Susan Masters of Odessa, Texas, and Kay and husband Kelly Utsinger of Amarillo, Texas; nine grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, longtime friends and neighbors. Mr. Cater was preceded in death by his mother.

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We left Allen the other day to look at some more of America. After all, I’m retired and that’s what old retirees do isn’t it? My wife loaded up quite a bit of stuff in case the house burned while we were gone and now we wouldn’t lose anything. Got off a little late but eventually found ourselves out in Western Oklahoma looking for a place to grab a bite to eat. We were on our way to a place in Newcastle, Wyoming where a brother named Gerald lives. Meanwhile, I was still hungry and I pulled up to one place— looked homey and rustic but the sign on the front caused me to keep moving. “The Rusty Bucket” is no place for me. Sorry, that’s just the way I am. Finally remembered that the McDonalds in Woodward was the best McDonald’s in the state (my opinion) so I kept on going. No one had told me that there were only Mexicans in Woodward these days and you can imagine my surprise when all the help there was no longer little fresh-faced, well-scrubbed Anglo Saxons but had been replaced with adult Mexicans. It might have been due to school starting and they needed some adult replacements. I didn’t ask. But it wasn’t long that the new arrivals had my food out and it was good.

contains a museum which tells all about the battle. I already knew Custer got killed up there his movie theaters. We looked had great vision and color as in his famous last stand but at the “Dogie” there in Newhe set the tone and policies I pushed onward on the four castle and the “Hot Springs” that set the course of America mile loop that shows the field Theater over in Hot Springs, as a leading power in the 20th of battle where Custer and his SD. Both are very historic and Century. entire command were wiped well known in the area. It was We left Newcastle this morn- out. I was glad I stopped and fun to poke around this little bit ing and drove toward Yellow- didn’t begrudge the time. I of history. stone Park. The drive through am pressing onward to a place Of course, visiting Mt. RushWyoming and Montana is called Yellowstone. more is a highlight visit in spectacular and we made a stop Have a good week and that area. Gerald’s place is at “The Little Big Horn Na- don’t forget to go to your probably 65 miles from Rushtional Monument.” I thought church Sunday. more so we spent quite a bit this would be a quick stop Wayne Bullard, DPh of time just looking, touring Waynebullard@sbcglobal.net but it took a while. The park all the museums and exhibits of the four famous faces on a mountain. Why were these four Presidents selected to be 1/4 Mile East of Allen Quick Pic - Hwy 1 on the mountain? There was (580)857-2991 Cell (580)421-5936 Washington, Jefferson, LinOpen 8 to 5 Monday - Thursday • 9 to 1 Friday & Saturday coln and Theodore Roosevelt. Washington was selected because he was the father of our country. Jefferson made WE NOW CARRY COMFORTIS BRAND the list because he used his eloLARGE & SMALL ANIMALS quence so very well laying out We have a variety of the laws of liberty. Lincoln is products to keep your up there because he saved the animals safe! union and made America a free Tim Costner, country for all—regardless D.V.M of race. Theodore Roosevelt

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We left the place happy and full and I tuned my radio to Fox on Sirius Radio. Fox news was featuring several political figures including John Kerry who did a lot of bloviating engaging in his political puffery. Wow! Got to use those two big words in one sentence. So we drove uneasily on, pretty sure President Obama would soon have us entangled in another war. We always stop at Slapout for snacks and souvenirs. So, how did Slapout (population 2) get that name? Back in the ‘30s an old boy put in a small grocery store out there on the highway. The place was nameless but his stock was so thin and unreliable he often had to say he was “slap-out” of whatever it was you needed. Locals named the store “Slapout” and the name stuck. We drove on to Garden City where the air is thick with commerce. Commerce in Garden City consists of feed lots and lots of flies and stink. The next day we went on up the highway toward Gerald’s house in Newcastle up in northeast Wyoming. We made it OK and we toured a lot of local places of interest—some oil wells he still works and two of

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Light from God’s Word

Mark Legg, Allen church of Christ How can I know I am saved and forgiven of my sins? How can I know I am in “good standing” with God? Some people have replied, “I can feel it in my heart!” Others expect to have an intense emotional experience or maybe feelings of great emotional relief. However, “Do our feelings always guide us to the truth?” If our sins are really forgiven and we are pleasing to God, no doubt, we will experience intense emotional feeling of great relief and joy? This was true in the case of the man from Ethiopia who after he was baptized into Christ, “went on his way rejoicing.” (Acts 8:39) However, is it possible for a person to believe he is forgiven when he is not? What if we believe a lie of the Devil as to what God wanted us to do to be saved? If we obeyed the lie – which we believed was God’s will – wouldn’t we feel saved? How about the man, Saul, who believed he was serving God and pleasing Him while persecuting Christians? Many

years after he was called to be an Apostle, Saul (now called Paul) declared, “I too was convinced that I ought to do all that was possible to oppose the name of Jesus of Nazareth. And that is just what I did in Jerusalem. On the authority of the chief priests I put many of the saints in prison, and when they were put to death, I cast my vote against them.” (Acts 26:9-10) He also declared that he fulfilled his “duty to God in all good conscience” when he was doing such things. (Acts 23:1) Surely, the case of Saul demonstrates that we can be in error about our salvation and that what we feel is not the means of knowing if God has forgiven and saved us. Just because we believe we please God, it doesn’t mean that we really do! How then can we know we are saved and pleasing to God? The Apostle John tells us. He wrote, “I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life.” (1 John 5:13) John did not say they could know they were saved by the way they felt, but by what he wrote. It is by the testimony of God’s word that we know we are forgiven and have eternal life. If I offend you, I can know that you have forgiven me only when you say you have! Beloved, let’s not be deceived by feelings that can mislead us. Let’s be guided in all things by God’s word.

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Lady Mustangs add more wins to total

Allen softball squad prepares for Vanoss Thursday in RWB tournament play

By HERMAN BROWN bottom of the first inning. The Allen correspondent Lady Mustangs then extended the advantage to 5-1 after two The Allen Lady Mustangs innings. will battle the Vanoss Lady Maud scratched out a second Wolves this weekend in the and final run in the top of the first round of the Red, White third frame to cut AHS’ lead and Blue Conference softball to 5-2. The Lady Mustangs tournament. Coach Jeremy sprinkled in another run in the Strong’s AHS squad opens bottom of the fourth to make play at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at it 6-2. The home team also Asher High School softball produced a run in the sixth to field. finalize the score at 7-2. Allen was schedule to play Abby Gaines led the 8-hit two games earlier this week. attack with a perfect 2-for2 The Lady Mustangs hosted the showing at the plate. She Tupelo Lady Tigers on Mon- banged out a double and a day. Coach Strong’s softballers single to drive in 4 runs. Gaines were also slated for a Tuesday also scored once in the win. afternoon contest at Vanoss. Here are the other hitting In recent action, the Lady highlights for Allen: Mustangs mowed down the Meagan Beavert, 1-1, scored Maud Tigers 7-2. The win 4 runs came on September 2 at Allen Faith Caldwell, 1-3, scored High School. 2 runs AHS hurler Abby Gaines Taryn Wofford, 1-3, with 2 was the winner in the circle. RBI Gaines worked 7 innings and Tessa Black, 1-4, 1 RBI limited Maud to only 2 runs on Jesse Merriman, 1-4 6 hits and 2 walks. She fanned Sandra Howsar, 1-1 8 strikeouts batters en route to On Friday, Allen went back victory. into action with a Friday road Allen took a 2-1 lead at the trip to Okmulgee County. The Lady Mustangs erupted

for an 11-1 run-rule victory over the hosting Dewar Lady Dragons. The pitching-catching battery of Abby Gaines and Taryn Wofford were once again dominating. Gaines pitched 6 innings to earn the winning verdict. She allowed 1 run on 2 hits and 0 walks. Gaines also cut down 9 Dewar batters on strikeouts. Sandra Howshar was the offensive hero for Allen. Howshar crushed a grand slam home run in the 4th in to fuel the one-side win. Meagan Beavert and Abby Gaines were also backbreakers for the Lady Dragons. Beavert was 3-4 at the plate and scored 3 runs. Gaines was also 3-for-4 in hitting. She stroked a double and a pair of singles. Coach Strong is hoping the Lady Mustangs continue to play at such a high level of softball during this weekend’s tournament. --Sept. 4 @ Allen Allen 7, Maud 2 Maud - 101 000 0 - (2-6-1) Allen - 230 101 x - (7-8-0) Allen pitching Abby Gaines, 7 innings, 2 runs, 6 hits, 2 walks and 8 strikeouts Allen hitting Meagan Beavert, 1-1, scored 4 runs Faith Caldwell, 1-3, scored 2 runs Abbey Gaines, 2-2, double, 4 RBI, scored once Taryn Wofford, 1-3, with 2 RBI Tessa Black, 1-4, 1 RBI Jesse Merriman, 1-4 Sandra Howsar, 1-1 --Sept. 6 @ Dewar Allen 11, Dewar 1 Allen -104 105- (11-13-0) Dewar – 000 010 - (1-2-0) Allen pitching Abby Gaines pitching, Taryn Wofford catching Gaines, 6 innings, 1 run, 2 Senior Sandra Rowsey makes a play during recent hits, 0 walks and 9 strikeouts Allen hitting action. Beavert, 3-4, with 3 runs Gaines, 3-4, with a 2B Howshar, Grand Slam home run Allen softball schedule, results Aug. 12 - @ New Lima, lost 6-5 Aug. 13 - vs Stonewall, lost 4-3 Aug. 15 - @ Stuart, won 5-1 Aug. 19 - vs Wanette, won 12-0 Aug. 20 - @ Asher, lost 4-3

Aug. 22-24 @ Tupelo Tournament Aug. 22 vs Rock Creek, lost 5-1 Aug. 23 vs Maud, won 2-1 Aug. 24 vs Coleman, won 2-0 Aug. 24 vs Stonewall, won 5-1 Aug. 24 vs Roff, lost 13-0 Aug. 26 - vs Calvin, 12-0 --Asher Tournament Aug. 29 – Aug. 30 Allen 2, Wanette 0 Stratford 6, Allen 0 Allen 17, Calvin 0 Allen 8, Ripley 7 Konawa 4, Allen 0 ---

Sept 3 - vs Maud, won 7-2 Sept 5 - vs Maysville Sept. 6 @ Dewar, won 11-1 --Lady Mustang games Sept. 9 vs Tupelo Sept. 10 at Vanoss RWB Conference Tourney Sept. 12-14 @ Asher Allen vs Vanoss 7:30 p.m., Sept. 12 --Sept 16 - vs Stratford Sept 17 - @ Roff Sept 19 - @ Wanette Sept 23 - vs Vanoss Sept 26-28 @ Districts Oct 3-5 @ Regionals Oct 10-12 @ State

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Bond Issue makes improvements at Calvin Schools The patrons in the Calvin School District are already seeing the benefits of the $480,000

bond issue that was passed last used to modernize the districts students and build a state of the year. The funds generated from heating and cooling units, pro- art playground facility. the bond election have been vide modern technology for the The work on the school’s heating and cooling system began last summer and was completed in time for the first day of school. Nineteen new units have been installed thus far and more improvements are scheduled to begin in the near future. According to Calvin Superintendent of Schools, Chris Karch, the classrooms are more comfortable and that should assist the students in their academic studies. The next scheduled improvement involves the installation of web-linked thermostats. This new technology will allow the new units to be controlled over the Internet. The classrooms will be comfortable when the students arrive in the morning and the units can be monitored when school isn’t in session. These changes will produce economic benefits and assist in making the classroom more comfortable for students and teachers alike. One on one Ipad program The bond issue also included a plan to provide up to date technology to every classroom and every student. Each student who attends Calvin Schools has been issued an ipad and a wireless Internet system has been installed in every school building. Students are now able to access the Internet and use every modern method available to study and explore sites on the web that provides learning materials.

Playground Renovation The bond issue also included funds to build a state of the art playground facility. There are new outdoor basketball courts and goals installed just outside the cafeteria doors. The students have already put the goals to use and there have been several competitive contests that have been played before and after school. The students have also chosen sides and played a few hotly contested games during the lunch hour. The noontime games are hotly contested because of the surging late summer heat as well as the competitive nature of the student players. The students who are too young and small to participate in the basketball games have been utilizing the state of the art playground facility that includes slides, swings, spinning tops and other things that the younger students enjoy. The entire playground is user friendly and students are utilizing the new structures with an obvious amount of enthusiasm. ~~~ All of these new improvements have made Calvin Schools a better place for students to attend. The learning environment at Calvin Schools has definitely taken a turn for the better. Calvin students are a step ahead of anyone in Oklahoma when it comes to learning environment, technology and organized play.

Blue & Gold, Ribs and More from Calvin FFA Calvin FFA members are selling Blue and Gold, Dj’s, and T&D Meats. This year’s incentive to be the top seller is a trip with the Officer Team to National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky. To help fund the trip, the officers will be partnering up with the Calvin Masonic Lodge #221 and will be selling ribs. The ribs are $20 for a side, and will be fully cooked and ready for pick up on September 27th-28th. Rib sales end on the 20th and all other fundraising orders are due by the 18th, so be sure to get your orders in.

Calvin FFA officers are T.J. Fugitt (President), Brooke Schumacher (Vice President), Sarah Jennings (Secretary), Emily Carter (Treasurer), Rebecca Kiogima (Sentinel), Patricia Spray (Reporter), Blake Fulton (Parliamentarian), Kaden Turpin (Historian), and Mr. Tony Loucks (Advisor).


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Allen FFA & 4H have Busy Week

Meagan Beavert(light blue long sleeve shirt, middle) brought home the breed championship with her Shropshire.

Sam Brown and Britten Wallace talk over their strategy for showing Sam’s goat.

Pontotoc County Fair Results

Madison Dohlman (far right) placed third with her sheep.

The Allen FFA and Allen 4-H made an outstanding showing at the recent Pontotoc County Fair. Local students brought home a number of ribbons for their efforts with livestock. P lacing with Goats were Taylor Tollett, 4 th ; Ansley Tollett, 6th; Luke Maloy, 3rd; Britten Wallace, 2nd and 5th; Kinlee Cundiff, Reserve Grand Champion Wether and Doe; Kamlyn Cundiff, 1st; Alyssa Maloy, 1st; Jesse Rinehart, 2nd and 2nd; Sam Brown, 3rd. Sheep placements included Meagan Beavert, 1st and 1st, and Breed Champion Shropshire; Salvador Martinez, 3rd; Madison Dohlman, 3rd; Trent Fronterhouse 2nd. Those who show cattle and placed were Colton Howard, 5th; Tanner Jarrett, 3rd; and Tyler Jarrett, 2nd.

Allen Blue and Gold and T&D Meet Sale

Allen FFA members are sell- Meats. Anyone interested ing Blue and Gold, and T&D please contact Ag advisor Tyler

Spencer at the school or any Orders will be taken until FFA member. September 26, with the orders

coming in the middle part of October.

Newly elected Allen FFA officers for the 2013-14 year are: Reporter - Salvador Martinez; President - Britten Wallace; Sentinel- Alison Sells; Secretary - Jessi Merriman; Vice President - Meagan Beavert; Treasurer - Tanner Jarrett


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Mustangs open B-2 Play Friday at Waurika By HERMAN BROWN Allen correspondent The Allen Mustangs will make the long trip to Waurika this week to open the 9-game district campaign. Coach Kenny Deaton’s AHS squad will battle the Waurika Eagles at 7:30 p.m. Friday in District B-2 action. Both teams are 0-1 entering

the game. Allen suffered a 52-8 loss to the No. 1 ranked Wetumka Chieftains last Friday in Wetumka. Meanwhile, Waurika lost a 44-26 decision at home to Ryan Cowboys. Coach Deaton has studied Waurika game film and has a good idea of what the Eagles plan to do this weekend. “On offense, they like to

throw the ball around like Wetumka did,” he said. “They have two tall right ends and they like to get the ball to them quite a bit. Their quarterback has a good arm but will also scramble around to keep the play alive. He makes things happen with his feet. They certainly present us some chal-

#5 Dakota Nickell, Aaron Manuel work to free the Allen quarterback Justin Deaton from the grasp of a Wetumka player.

lenges with their passing game. We will have to work hard to cover those ends and to keep their quarterback contained.” Waurika’s defensive plan is to play a high-risk, highreward game. “They do a lot of stunting and blitzing,” Coach Deaton said. “Their big thing is to gamble and try to blow up your offense and create turnovers. If we can catch them going the wrong way, we’ll have a chance to make some big plays on their defense. We run a lot of zone read with our offense. If we will be sound in reading their defense it will allow us to make some big play. If we do it right, we should be able to break one or two lone ones on them!” Allen’s offense will be a little closer to complete this week. Quarterback Justin Deaton and running back Dalton James were the key run threats last week at Wetumka. However, Mustang fans were delighted to see hard-working Colten Browning back in action. He suffered a bad ankle sprain on the third play of the Dewar scrimmage. At first, it appeared his left ankle was broken. It swelled very quickly and caused him in considerable pain. He has been on the mend for two weeks and was determined to play against the mighty Chieftains last Friday. “I wanted to hold out Colten until our second game,” Coach Deaton said. “But he kept telling me he was fine and ready to get into the game.” Coach Deaton relented and sent the running back into the offensive backfield. “He ran the ball once and also caught a pass,” the coach said. “It was good to see him in there. But I was sure hoping nothing bad would happen to him during the game.” Browning survived in fine fashion. The 5-7, 150-pound sophomore is expecting to be at full strength for the Waurika contest. The Mustangs will also have Preston Brown to add quality depth in the offensive backfield. “I feel good about this game,”

Coach Deaton said. “I know we lost big (52-8) to Wetumka. But even with that I saw a lot of positive things from our players. We knew we were going up against one of the best teams in our class. Our kids were really tight and nervous when we started. But once they got over that part of it, they did a lot of things right against a really strong team. Wetumka was extremely talented. They were fast too, but it was their quickness that stood out to me. I was proud of my kids’ effort and how they never quit playing hard. If we continue with that effort, we are going to be alright this season. We have a few mistakes we need to eliminate. But from what they showed me at Wetumka, I feel real good about these kids and what we can accomplish.” In reviewing the stat sheet at Wetumka, the Mustangs had only one less first down (18-17) than the hosting Chieftains. Allen generated 356 yards of total offense, including 220 yards rushing on 44 carries and 136 yards passing on nine receptions. Wetumka managed 489 yards of total offense, with 343 yards on 34 carries and 146 yards on 11 receptions. Dalton James was Allen’s top offensive weapon. The 6-0, 171-pound sophomore rushed 23 times for 128 yards. Preston Brown followed with 6 carries for 52 yards. Justin Deaton ran the keeper 14 times and gained 32 yards and a touchdown. Colten Browning rounded out the rushing list with 1 carry for 8 yards. Justin Deaton’s passing attack featured a 9-for-16 effort for 136 yards and no interceptions. Dalton James was on the receiving end of 4 passes for 64 yards. Martin Haney came up with a pass near midfield and turned it into a 44-yard reception. Tight end Thirkiel Wedlow snared a pair of passes for 22 yards. Colten Browning collected the other reception

Austin Hamilton #88 draws a bead on a Wetumka receiver.


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Allen players impressed Coach Deaton with showing at No. 1 Wetumka

for a 6-yard gain. Allen’s defensive showing featured Patrick Leonard and Dalton James sharing teamhigh honors with 7 total tackles. Martin Haney made 4 stops and picked off an interception. Cody Lively contributed 2 tackles and recorded 1 quarterback sack. In the game, the Chieftains erupted for a 30-0 lead in the opening quarter. Wetumka running back Chase Williams started the landslide with a 68-yard touchdown run just 20 seconds into the game. Running back Jaylyn Bell added the 2-point conversion run to make it 8-0 at the 11:40 mark. Williams also added the next two touchdowns in the first period. Williams caught a 58-yard scoring toss from quarterback Jake Briggs. Bell followed with another conversion run to make it 16-0 at 8:19. Williams’ third TD of the quarter came on a 28-yard run to make it 22-0 at 6:03. Wetumka’s fourth touchdown of the first frame came at the 1:22 mark. Jaylyn Bell took the football at the Chieftain 11 and rocketed 89 yards on a running play. The cross-

country run was followed by Rowdy Young’s conversion run to extend the WHS lead to 30-0. In the second quarter, Wetumka generated a fifth offensive touchdown. Tight end Jonathan Adams snared an 11yard scoring pass from Briggs. The tally came at the 3:44 mark to increase the advantage to 36-0 going into halftime. After the break, Allen broke the Mustang scoring drought with 1:51 left in the third quarter. Justin Deaton found the end zone on a 1-yard keeper. The junior QB also scored on a 2-point conversion run to close the deficit to 36-8. Wetumka needed only 16 seconds to answer with another touchdown. Jonathan Adams delighted the home crowd with a nifty 84-yard kickoff return. Adams took the pigskin the distance at 1:35. Jaylyn Bell added a conversion pass from Jake Briggs to put WHS on top 44-8. In the fourth quarter, Wetumka ended the game the same way it had begun – with a Chase Williams touchdown. Williams finished off a scoring drive with a 4-yard TD run at 9:07. Rowdy Young followed

Wetumka – Williams, 4 run Colton Browning, 1 carry for @ 4Q/9:07 (Young run), 52-8 8 yards TEAM STATS Wet --Allen PASSING First Downs 18 Justin Deaton, 9-16-0 for 17 136 yards C-A-I 11-19-1 --9-16-0 RECEIVING Passing Yards 146 Dalton James, 4 receptions 136 for 64 yards Yards Rushing 34-343 Thirkiel Wedlow, 2 recep44-220 tions for 22 yards Total Offense 489 Colton Browning, 1 recep356 tion for 6 yards Punts/Avg. 0/na Martin Haney, 1 reception 3/34.7 for 44 yards Fumble-Lost: 1-0 --Allen – 0-0-8-0 – (8) 5-3 DEFENSIVE HIGHWetumka - Chase Williams, Penalties-Yards 4-35 LIGHTS 68 run @1Q/11:40 (Jaylyn Bell 3-20 Total Tackles, other run), 8-0 --Patrick Leonard, 7 Wetumka - Williams, 58 pass RUSHING Dalton James, 7 from Jake Briggs @ 1Q/8:19 Martin Haney, 4, intercep(Bell run), 16-0 Dalton James, 23 carries for tion Wetumka - Williams, 28 run 128 yards 100 E Main - Ada - (580)332-0457 Cody Lively, 2 tackles, 1 @1Q/6:03 (run failed), 22-0 Justin Deaton, 14 carries for sack Open Monday - Friday 10 to 5:30 Saturday 10 to 5 Wetumka - Bell, 89 run @ 32 yards, TD 1Q/1:22 (Rowdy Young run), Preston Brown, 6 carries for 30-0 52 yards Wetumka - Jonathan Adams, 11 pass from Briggs @ 2Q/3:44 (run failed), 36-0 All Repairs Done in Shop Allen - Justin Deaton, 1 run @ 3Q/1:51 (Deaton run), 36-8 Wetumka - Adams, 84 kick100 Main - Ada - (580)332-0457 off return 3Q/1:35 (Bell pass • 14 E. EMain Street • Shawnee, Oklahoma from Briggs), 44-8 OpenTuesday Monday Friday 10 to 5:30 Saturday 10 to 5 thru Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with a conversion run to lock in the final score at 52-8. “The score does not reflect how well my kids played or the effort they put into the game,” Coach Deaton said. “I will be satisfied if we can put up the same effort at Waurika. I know it is a long trip, but I hope our fans will come to the game and support our kids.” --AT A GLANCE Wetumka 52, Allen 8 Wet. 30-6-8-8 – (52)

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Mann. The ladies had a fun day playing house and Jessie also enjoyed playing with their dog Jax, and Rex and Rascal, Luke and Alyssa’s goats. —O&A— Margaret Johnson joined Glenda Ferguson last week for a trip to Culleoka, Tennessee (near Nashville) where they attended the 4th Annual David Phelps’ Barn Bash. —O&A— Donnie and Wilda Pipkin traveled to western Oklahoma City Monday night to attend a Monday night football game at Bethel. Playing in the junior high game was grandson, Caleb Woodman. Meeting them at the game were daughter, Christy Woodman, and granddaughter, Hannah. —O&A— Pat Shires is home and recuperating after her stay in the hospital. JoCleta Cross went back to the hospital Tuesday when complication arose from her recently implanted pacemaker. Bonnie Bray is waiting to be

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Pontotoc Co. Commissioners Proceedings

August 2013 August 5, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a regular scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 3:00 PM on August 1, 2013 at 301 S. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Randy Floyd, Justin Roberts, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests attended: JR Grissom, Larry Young, Paula Hall, Art Lawler, John Christian, and Chad Letellier. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to approve July 29, 2013 minutes. All aye. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve payment of FY 2012-2013 Court Clerk invoice of $35.99 to US Alert. All aye. Larry Young with Cintas discussed pricing amounts for service agreements; Young offered an 8% discount for county service costs. Starns discussed worn out uniforms that have not been replaced. Young stated that the worn out uniforms are in the process of being switched out with new uniforms. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Intergovernmental Agreement between Oklahoma DHS and Pontotoc County Health Department for ground maintenance. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to table fire tax fund request for Lula Volunteer Fire Department truck repair for $3,000.00 and add amendment for fire tax to agenda for next week. All aye. Approved claims. Approved transfer: T2D #3 to T3 $35,000.00 ZEM3 to ZEM1A $1,066.38 Approved monthly reports. Approved monthly and special appropriations: ZSALESTAX $310,476.67 ZUSE $16,651.60 ZFIREUSE $4,541.34 Call-A-Ride $23,214.70 Highway $466,154.80 Mechanical Liens $1,059.00 Preservations Fees $3,381.00 ZLODGE $27,859.54 Excess Resale $7,529.51 ZCOURT $4,033.66 Law Library $2,043.18 Juvenile Drug Court $800.00 Assessor Revolving $407.00 Health Department $871.00 Agri-Plex $19,471.25 Z911 $91.77 Resale Property $9,831.16 Mortgage Certification Fund $725.00 Commissary $17,330.62 Courthouse Security $1,387.97 Sheriff’s Fees $36,245.46 Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 836-843, 848-849 MD 844-847 Approved purchase orders for payment: GENERAL: 1549, YOUTH SERVICES OF BRYAN CO, 1438.15, JUV DET; 1550, HOUSE OF TROPHYS, 849.60, SERVICE;HIGHWAY: 3050, FITTSTONE INC, 281.72, SPLY; 3051, FITTSTONE INC, 74.42, SPLY; 3052, FITTSTONE INC, 669.60, SPLY; 3053, T & W TIRE, 147.77, SPLY; 3054, BATTERY CENTER, 154.90, SPLY; 3055, SOUTHWEST TRAILERS & EQUIP, 27400.00, SPLY; 3056, RED ROCK PIT, 1970.29, SPLY;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 456, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 13.00, SPLY; 457, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 23.56, SPLY;HEALTH: 350, BURRIS, KAREN, 23.17, TRAVEL;SHERIFF F E E S : 7 8 1 , S H AW M A C H I N E , 43.00, SERVICE;2013-2014 ZREAP: 1, PONTOTOC COUNTY DIST #1, 21539.08, REIMBURSEMENT;ZCOURT: 18, OK COURT CLERKS ASSOCIATION, 225.00, REGISTRATION; 19, U S ALERT LLC, 35.99, SERVICE;GENERAL: 122, FIVE STAR OFFICE SUPPLY 02, 667.11, SPLY; 123, A T & T, 135.88, PHONE; 124, CABLE ONE, 73.80, SPLY; 125, CABLE ONE, 94.95, REMITTANCE; 126, LOCKE SUPPLY, 24.76, SPLY; 127, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 92.74, SPL; 128, MEAD LUMBER DOIT CENTER, 105.98, SPLY; 129, O G & E, 572.78, REMITTANCE; 130, O G & E, 153.34, REMITTANCE; 131, O G & E, 784.63, REMITTANCE; 132, O G & E, 3071.12, REMITTANCE; 133, THYSSENKRUP, 309.00, REMITTANCE; 134, TRACTOR SUPPLY, 54.99, SPLY; 135, U S POSTMASTER, 158.00, POSTAGE; 136, J P COOKE CO, 107.40, SPLY; 137, OWENS, JAMES M, 235.61, TRAVEL; 138, WRIGHT, JAMES EDWIN, 257.08, TRAVEL;HIGHWAY: 146, CODA, 75.00, REGISTRATION; 147, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 54.00, SPLY; 148, CHAPPELL, 22.23, SPLY; 149, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 823.60, SPLY; 150, DOLESE BROS, 274.44, SPLY; 151, DOLESE BROS, 279.19, SPLY; 152, DOLESE BROS, 952.60, SPLY; 153, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 29201.13, SPLY; 154, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 192.82, MAINT; 155, JO CO EQUIPMENT, 503.02, SPLY; 156, NAPA OF ADA, 35.92, SPLY; 157, NAPA OF ADA, 167.41, SPLY; 158, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 74.09, PARTS; 159, RHOMAR INDUSTRIES INC, 447.64, SPLY; 160, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SPLY; 161, RURAL WATER DIST #7, 60.89, SPLY; 162, VISION BANK, 3056.78, LEASE; 163, CODA, 75.00, REGISTRATION; 164, ADAY, CAROLYN, 504.00, SPLY; 165, BATTERY CENTER, 379.80, SPLY; 166, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 667.40, SPLY; 167, FENTRESS

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OIL CO., 7012.38, FUEL; 168, HOLT TRAILER, 230.00, MAINT; 169, JO CO EQUIPMENT, 737.80, SPLY; 170, KIRBY SMITH EXCHANGE, 2496.00, SPLY; 171, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 370.02, SPLY; 172, RED ROCK PIT, 208.62, SPLY; 173, RED ROCK PIT, 416.78, SPLY; 174, RED ROCK PIT, 405.50, SPLY; 175, RHYNES SURPLUS, 49.13, SPLY; 176, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SPLY; 177, RURAL WATER DIST #8, 34.09, SPLY; 178, T & W TIRE, 157.00, SPLY; 179, WELTON, ANTHONY, 150.00, MAINT; 180, CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERV, 1749.89, LEASE; 1 8 1 , C AT E R P I L L A R F I N A N C I A L SERV, 1749.89, LEASE; 182, VISION BANK, 2675.18, LEASE; 183, CODA, 135.00, REGISTRATION; 184, CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DIST #4, 1118.50, SERVICE; 185, CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DIST #4, 218.10, SPLY; 186, DAVIS FLEET PARTS, 460.05, SPLY; 187, HALL S AUTO, 88.76, SPLY; 188, HASKELL LEMON CONSTRUCTION CO, 1505.46, SPLY; 189, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 1130.00, SPLY; 190, O G & E, 26.36, SERVICE; 191, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SPLY; 192, 66 TRANSPORTATION SALES AND SERVICE LLC, 3150.00, SPLY; 193, T & W TIRE, 25.00, SPLY; 1 9 4 , C AT E R P I L L A R F I N A N C I A L SERV, 1749.89, LEASE; 195, EMPIRE FINANCIAL SERVICES, 1882.41, LEASE; 196, VISION BANK, 6525.57, LEASE; 197, U P S, 34.25, POSTAGE;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 23, A T & T, 178.57, PHONE; 24, FENTRESS OIL CO., 3100.50, FUEL; 25, O G & E, 376.34, SPLY; 26, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 152.57, SPLY;HEALTH: 15, BURRIS, KAREN, 231.09, TRAVEL; 16, CARIKER, ANITA, 44.07, TRAVEL; 17, GRIFFIN, ELLEN, 244.08, TRAVEL; 18, HARJO, ANGELA, 148.60, TRAVEL; 19, ARROW APPLICATORS, 150.00, SERVICE; 20, M & M OUTDOOR MAINTENANCE, 520.00, SPLY; 21, MILLER OFFICE, 68.90, SPLY; 22, SCHEETS, MARY, 35.80, SPLY;RESALE PROPERTY: 11, J P COOKE CO, 271.95, STAMPS;SHERIFF FEES: 42, CROWELL LOCK & SAFE, 1 7 . 2 0 , S P LY; 4 3 , S P E C I A L - O P S UNIFORMS, INC., 23.98, SPLY; 44, OKLA RESTAURANT SUPPLY CO, 43.99, SPLY; 45, URGENT CARE, 752.00, SPLY; 46, U S ALERT LLC, 225.00, SERVICE; 47, WALGREENS, 373.71, SPLY; 48, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 390.71, SPLY;COUNTY CLERK MECH LIENS: 3, WALKER, PAMELA A, 1998.54, TRAVEL; 4, CANNON FINANCIAL SERVICES INC, 212.50, REMITTANCE;AGRI PLEX: 21, KIMBERLYN D TEACHEY, 200.00, SAL; 22, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 608.58, SPLY; 23, CABLE ONE, 77.30, SERVICE; 24, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 511.35, SERVICE; 25, J B LUMBER, 43.96, SPLY; 26, LOCKE SUPPLY, 9.14, SPLY; 27, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 5.99, SPLY;EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: 8, CABLE ONE, 134.60, REMITTANCE; 9, LETELLIER, CHAD JAMES, 92.00, TRAVEL; 10, MAGNUM ELECTRONICS INC, 366.95, SPLY;” Chad Letellier, Emergency Director, discussed procedures to transfer funds from M&O accounts to travel accounts for fire tax fund. Letellier stated that grant has been increased from $10,000.00 to $20,000.00 and will need a new signature page. Commissioners inspected the Justice Center to fulfill annual inspection requirements. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to adjourn. All aye. August 12, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a regular scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 3:00 PM on August 8, 2013 at 301 S. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Randy Floyd, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests attended: JR Grissom, Sarah Jane Johnson, Chad Letellier, John Christian, Scout Cloud Lee, and Art Lawler. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve August 5, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve 2013-2014 Cintas contract. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to table 2011-20112 SEFA report. All aye. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to table 2012-2013 SEFA report. All aye. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve payment to Lexis Nexis out of Court fund for $304.50 for FY 2012-2013. All aye. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #14-09, amendment to Fire Tax purchasing procedures during emergency situations, allowing Chairman of Board or Mayor to request purchase orders. All aye. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #14-10, agenda policy, which requires all agenda requests be submitted to the County Commissioners office or the County Clerk’s office by the preceding Thursday at noon for the following week’s Commissioner’s meeting. This policy is subject to change if deemed necessary by the Commissioners, for reasons of inclement weather, closings, emergencies, or any other unforeseen circumstances that may influence agenda postings. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve amendment to 2013 SLA Grant with an increase from $10,000.00 to $20,000.00 for Emergency Management. All aye. Discussion by Chad Letellier, Emergency Management, regarding NIMS policy; some verbiage has been changed to make document more clear. Training has been modified to one period rather than two. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve updating Pontotoc County NIMS policy. All aye. Discussion by Chad Letellier regarding Hazard Mitigation grant application ending September 18, 2013. It will include: warning system, generators, lightning protection, storm shelter, road and bridge projects, culverts, soil stabilization, wildfire mitigation, and hazard mitigation plans. Discussion regarding annexation south of Medical Center. Scout Cloud Lee stated that this annexation is not south of the Medial Center, it is south of the Little Chickasaw Community. Legal counsel has been retained. Annexation is being discussed by the City of Ada to obtain street access for Pat Engel’s property. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, approve $3,000.00 purchase order for Southern Oklahoma Truck for repair of PTO on Ken-

worth out of ZFIRELULA2, fire tax proceeds. All aye. Approved claims. Approved monthly reports. Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 909-913 Sheriff 915-933 Approved purchase orders for payment: HIGHWAY: 3057, LAKE MURRAY STATE LODGE, 180.00, HOTEL; 3058, BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES, 91.52, MAINT;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 458, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 150.00, SPLY;SHERIFF FEES: 782, CABLE ONE, 100.95, SPLY; 783, BEMAC SUPPLY, 93.64, SPLY; 784, XEROX CORPORATION, 650.26, SPLY;AGRI PLEX: 543, U S ALERT LLC, 18.00, SERVICE;20132014 ZCOURT: 20, SOUTHWESTERN STATIONARY & BANK SUPPLY, 865.83, SPLY;ZCOMMISSARY: 1, NICHOLS DOLLAR SAVER, 939.50, SPLY; 2, TIGER COMMISSARY SERVICES, 9210.01, SPLY; 3, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 464.88, SPLY;GENERAL: 139, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 88.08, SERVICE; 140, NICKERSON PLUMBING, 247.50, SERVICE; 141, PAGE PLUS, 167.30, SPLY; 142, SABER TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT INC, 375.00, SPLY; 143, O S U COOP EXTENSION SERV, 5968.00, SAL; 144, KELLEY, JANNA L EDWARDS, 7 9 4 . 7 0 , T R AV E L ; 1 4 5 , WA L K E R , BECKY, 499.68, TRAVEL; 146, CABLE ONE, 105.95, SPLY; 147, CABLE ONE, 105.95, SPLY; 148, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 39.62, REMITTANCE; 149, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 133.15, REMITTANCE; 150, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 54.98, REMITTANCE; 151, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 79.39, REMITTANCE; 152, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 39.62, REMITTANCE; 153, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 348.07, SPLY; 154, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 281.67, SPLY; 155, COPELINS OFFICE CENTER, 131.90, SPLY; 156, CULLIGAN, 404.70, SERVICE; 157, LOCKE SUPPLY, 152.14, SPLY; 158, O G & E, 765.70, REMITTANCE; 159, P E C, 24.82, REMITTANCE; 160, A C C O, 35.00, REGISTRATION;HIGHWAY: 198, STARNS, GARY, 277.36, TRAVEL; 1 9 9 , B A R R E T T S A U TO M O T I V E PRODUCTS, 379.00, SPLY; 200, B & S SANITATION, 46.00, SPLY; 201, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 205.90, SERVICE; 202, DOLESE BROS, 784.64, SPLY; 203, DOLESE BROS, 803.98, SPLY; 204, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 14027.56, SPLY; 205, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 12475.68, SPLY; 206, FENTRESS OIL CO., 7807.62, FUEL; 207, JAMES SUPPLIES & RENTAL CO., 205.00, SPLY; 208, KEEFER SUPPLY, 105.86, SPLY; 209, KEMPER REFRIGERATION, 328.50, SPLY; 210, OFFICE OF STATE FINANCE, 130000.00, REMITTANCE; 211, ORSCHELNS/CONVENIENCE CARD CTR, 64.97, SPLY; 212, P E C, 753.65, SPLY; 213, PRUITT COMPANY, 13.80, MAINT; 214, SABER TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT INC, 110.00, SPLY; 215, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 13.94, SPLY; 216, EMBASSY SUITES, 170.00, HOTEL; 217, B & S SANITATION, 45.00, SPLY; 218, FITTSTONE INC, 1572.78, SPLY; 219, P E C, 674.34, REMITTANCE; 220, RED ROCK PIT, 401.96, SPLY; 221, RED ROCK PIT, 422.20, RD MAT; 222, SABER TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT INC, 145.00, SPLY; 223, T X I OPERATIONS L P, 358.29, SPLY; 224, T X I OPERATIONS L P, 413.13, SPLY; 225, EMBASSY SUITES, 255.00, HOTEL; 226, WALKER, GREGORY MARK, 92.00, TRAVEL; 227, B & S SANITATION, 45.00, SPLY; 228, DOLESE BROS, 1892.19, SPLY; 229, GALETON, 561.67, SPLY; 230, HOOTEN OIL CO., 2220.75, FUEL; 231, LOCKE SUPPLY, 5.69, SPLY; 232, JAMES SUPPLIES & RENTAL CO., 72.49, SPLY; 233, LOCKE SUPPLY, 25.68, SPLY; 234, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 53.94, SPLY; 235, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 5.98, SPLY; 236, SEAL MASTERS INC, 3451.95, SPLY; 237, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 281.60, SPLY; 238, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 989.98, SPLY; 239, STONEWALL PUBLIC WORKS AUTH., 134.70, SERVICE; 240, WARREN CAT, 280.49, MAINT;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 27, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 64.91, SPLY; 28, ADA TIRE CENTER INC, 144.51, MAINT; 29, B & S SANITATION, 46.00, SPLY; 30, MILLER OFFICE, 93.00, SPLY; 31, U S POSTMASTER, 46.00, POSTAGE;HEALTH: 23, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 298.24, SPLY; 24, CABLE ONE, 57.00, SERVICE; 25, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 169.71, SPLY; 26, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 377.52, SPLY; 27, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 190.53, SPLY; 28, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 50.22, SPLY; 29, UMB BANK CORP TRUST & ESCROW SER, 26923.86, REMITTANCE;RESALE PROPERTY: 12, SABER TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT INC, 35.00, DRUG TEST;SHERIFF FEES: 49, JAMES KENNEDY, 196.00, TRANSP JUV; 50, ADA TIRE CENTER INC, 577.24, SPLY; 51, CABLE ONE, 100.95, SPLY; 52, FOREHAND S GARAGE, 398.00, SERVICE; 53, GALLS INCORPORATED, 470.94, SPLY; 54, WILSON, RALPH, 295.00, SERVICE; 55, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 3868.79, SPLY; 56, CABLE ONE, 156.95, SERVICE; 57, CULLIGAN, 70.50, SPLY; 58, FENTRESS OIL CO., 2046.27, FUEL; 59, GUDERIANS, 10761.47, SPLY; 60, I C S, 1926.50, SPLY; 61, NAPA OF ADA, 213.04, SPLY; 62, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 54.10, SPLY; 63, RHYNES SURPLUS, 79.99, SPLY; 64, RHYNES SURPLUS, 79.99, SPLY; 65, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 561.96, SPLY;COUNTY CLERK MECH LIENS: 5, WALKER, PAMELA A, 282.64, TRAVEL;AGRI PLEX: 28, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 232.34, SERVICE; 29, CULLIGAN, 30.00, SERVICE; 30, DOUBLE I ELECTRIC, 1518.37, SERVICE; 31, LOCKE SUPPLY, 133.87, SPLY; 32, LOCKE SUPPLY, 538.76, SPLY; 33, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 93.96, PARTS;ZSALESTAX: 22, PONTOTOC COUNTY PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY, 264476.67, R E M I T TA N C E ; E M E R G E N C Y MANAGEMENT: 11, FENTRESS OIL CO., 204.63, FUEL; 12, PAGE PLUS, 13.85, SPLY; 13, SPRINT COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LP, 42.99, PHONE;” Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to

adjourn. All aye.

August 19, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a regular scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 3:00 PM on August 15, 2013 at 301 S. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Justin Roberts, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests attended: Glenda Gonderman, James Myers, Scout Cloud Lee, Katy Myers, Johnny Boyd, Janna Kelly, and Sarah Johnson. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to table August 12, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Discussion regarding City of Ada’s proposed annexation of property located in and around Stonebridge Subdivision in Pontotoc County District #3 by Roberts. There will be some legality regarding this annexation, particularly regarding acceptance of road. Starns stated that legislation has been passed requiring the city to take roads with annexation, due to past problems. Roberts is researching property that belongs to city, county, and state. Scout Cloud Lee stated that the property owners have had no voice concerning the annexation; she has distributed a list of thirty questions to all parties that are impacted by the annexation proposal. Lee also stated that the first portion of the annexation was only Engel’s property; the secondary annexation proposed was included to square up the city annexation map. The second request includes twelve or possibly thirteen home owners. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve sale of Lot 3 Block 5 Washington Heights, Ada Michael J. and Lois Jean Black by County Treasurer’s deed. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #14-08, authorizing the Town of Fitzhugh’s 2013 REAP Application for $50,000.00 for a road project. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #14-11, disposal of the following equipment for District #1 in the McAlester CED Auction: 62-1-302-38 1992 International Dump Truck serial #1HTSCPHP7NH442022, 62-1-302-48 2002 International Tractor Truck serial #2HSCNAHR12C025466, 62-1-307-11 1996 John Deere Grader serial #526378, 62-1-337-02 1993 Waldon Sweeper serial #22728. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #14-12, McAlester CED Auction polices. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #14-13, authorizing Pontotoc County Commissioners’ 2013 REAP application. REAP Grant is for $50,000.00 for road projects, which is split three ways in the amount of $13,333.33 for each district. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to table Health Department’s maintenance agreement on generator with Cummins Southern Plain. All aye. Starns reported that the Pontotoc County Tourism Association met Tuesday, August 13, 2013 and the Local Firefighters 2298 asked for $5,000.00 for advertising; PCTA approved $2,000.00 for their Ada Original Rodeo event. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve $2,000.00 to Local Firefighters 2298 for advertisement for their Ada Original Rodeo event out of ZLODGE. All aye. Approved claims. Approved monthly reports. Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 1058-1059 Sheriff 1060 Approved purchase orders for payment: GENERAL: 1551, LANCASTER PLUMBING LLC, 221.60, SPLY; HIGHWAY: 3059, MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS INC, 629.57, SPLY; 3060, RADIO SHACK THE TAPE DECK, 15.99, SPLY;HEALTH: 351, OK STATE DEPT OF HEALTH, 7396.28, SAL; 352, TODD CHIROPRACTOR CENTER, 50.00, SPLY; SHERIFF FEES: 785, FUELMAN OF SOUTHERN OK, 60.36, FUEL; 2013-2014 ZCOURT: 22, O P E R S, 26083.75, REMITTANCE; 23, LEXISNEXIS ACCURINT, 75.50, SPLY; 24, TREAT S SOLUTIONS, 37.75, SPLY; ZCOMMISSARY: 4, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 65.00, SERVICE; GENERAL: 161, FUELMAN OF SOUTHERN OK, 6131.69, SPLY; 162, SUPER LUBE, 394.70, SPLY; 163, VERSATILE NETWORKS, 740.00, SPLY; 164, W P S INC, 492.00, SPLY; 165, BYRD, DEBBIE L., 182.00, TRAVEL; 166, FURIMSKY, PATRICIA RENAE, 367.89, TRAVEL; 167, CROWNE PLAZA TULSA/SOUTHERN HILLS, 231.00, HOTEL; 168, GRIFFIN, BELINDA SUE, 182.00, TRAVEL; 169, TODD, SHARI LYNN, 372.41, TRAVEL; 170, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 276.91, REMITTANCE; 171, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 36.41, REMITTANCE; 172, ADA FEEDCENTER, 72.50, SPLY; 173, ALLEN ADVOCATE, 1116.83, PUBLICATION; 174, J B LUMBER, 15.99, SPLY; 175, LAMBERT MECHANICAL INC, 1425.00, SERVICE; 176, LOCKE SUPPLY, 33.87, SPLY; 177, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 140.00, SPLY; 178, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 10.32, SPLY; 179, MILLER OFFICE EQUIPMENT, 24.00, SERVICE; 180, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 30.44, SPLY; 181, WRIGHT, JAMES EDWIN, 182.00, TRAVEL;HIGHWAY: 241, BARRETT S AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, 72.00, SPLY; 242, BERT S HYDRAULICS, 225.00, SPLY; 243, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 62.99, SPLY; 244, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 309.00, SPLY; 245, FENTRESS OIL CO., 6848.70, FUEL; 246, FITTSTONE INC, 97.26, SPLY; 247, J B LUMBER, 23.97, SPLY; 248, MCFERRAN SALES, 494.60, SPLY; 249, NAPA OF ADA, 48.07, SPLY; 250, O T A PIKEPASS CTR-GOVT ACCT, 1.10, SPLY; 251, BATTERY CENTER, 499.75, SPLY; 252, BATTERY CENTER, 299.85, SPLY; 253, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 147.90, SPLY; 254, FENTRESS OIL CO., 5516.50, SPLY; 255, HOLT TRAILER, 230.00, SPLY; 256, JENNINGS STONE, 5000.00, RD MAT; 257, JOHNS SMALL ENGINE, 76.99, SPLY; 258, RED ROCK PIT, 536.46, SPLY; 259, RED ROCK PIT, 546.83, SPLY; 260, RHYNES SURPLUS, 55.49, SPLY; 261, T X I OPERATIONS L P, 417.03, SPLY; 262, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 111.78, SPLY; 263, DOLESE BROS, 268.87, RD MAT; 264, O G & E, 303.73, SERVICE; 265, O T A PIKEPASS CTR-GOVT ACCT, 35.35, SPLY; 266, WARD FENCE CO, 7553.00, SPLY;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 32, O P E R S, 778.95, REMITTANCE; 33, O P E R S, 3271.78, REMITTANCE; 34, O P E R S, 1650.00, REMITTANCE; 35, TMHC SERVICES INC, 27.50, SERVICE; 36,

FENTRESS OIL CO., 2978.50, FUEL; 37, FOREHAND S GARAGE, 199.00, SERVICE; 38, MILLER OFFICE, 93.00, SERVICE; 39, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 19.00, SPLY; 40, SCRIVNER, JAMES R, 60.00, SPLY; 41, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 25.76, SPLY; 42, ULTIMATE CAR WASH, 41.25, SERVICE;HEALTH: 30, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 161.23, SERVICE; 31, ALLEN ADVOCATE, 25.00, SERVICE; 32, AM SAN, 442.51, SPLY; 33, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 75.54, SPLY; 34, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 206.71, SPLY; 35, TODD CHIROPRACTOR CENTER, 100.00, SPLY;RESALE PROPERTY: 13, O P E R S, 3199.74, REMITTANCE;SHERIFF FEES: 66, HOME DEPOT 3918, 81.71, SPLY; 67, NAPA OF ADA, 78.87, SPLY; 68, NICKERSON PLUMBING, 803.90, SERVICE; 69, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 191.91, SPLY;AGRI PLEX: 34, ADA FEEDCENTER, 109.20, SPLY; 35, DEPENDABLE HEAT & AIR INC, 4075.00, SERVICE; 36, FENTRESS OIL CO., 158.20, FUEL; 37, LOCKE SUPPLY, 450.81, SPLY; 38, LOCKE SUPPLY, 106.25, SPLY; 39, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 60.00, SPLY;” Sarah Johnson discussed approval of Strengthening Economics Together (SET) grant to help local economies. Glenda Gonderman, Treasurer, stated the property that was owned by a defunct partnership has been turned over to the District Attorney to determine the receiver of the excess resale amounts. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to adjourn. All aye. August 23, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a special scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 12:45 PM on August 20, 2013 at 301 S. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Justin Roberts, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests attended: Carla Bonner, Dale Frech, Pontotoc County Elected officials, and Pontotoc County employees. Chad Letellier discussed the updates to the Pontotoc County Safety Policy and went over safety training with Pontotoc County personnel. Dale Frech, Safety Director at Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma (ACCO), discussed the new Pontotoc County Handbook rules and regulations, and the Pontotoc County Drug and Alcohol Policy with Pontotoc County personnel. Pontotoc County elected officials discussed County business to comply with the Oklahoma State Auditor’s office mandatory quarterly meetings. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to adjourn. All aye. August 26, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a regular scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted at 3:00 PM on August 22, 2013 at 301 S. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Randy Floyd, Justin Roberts, and Tammy Brown were present for the meeting. The following guests attended: JR Grissom, Glenda Gonderman, Art Lawler, Reagon Hicks, Chad Letellier, John Christian, and Ellen Griffin. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to table August 12, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve August 19, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to follow standard procedure of public notice being put in the newspaper regarding towers for communication services. All aye. Reagon Hicks, Branch Communications for Pioneer Telephone, powered by Verizon was informed of this procedure and then he can request approval. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Health Department’s FY 2013-2014 maintenance agreement on generator with Cummins Southern Plains. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve Health Department purchasing a Helmer Refrigerator for immunizations out of ODFA Bond money. The cost is $4,554.00 and will include material and labor. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve revised FY 2011-2012 SEFA report for the State Auditor Inspector’s Office. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve FY 2012-2013 SEFA report for the State Auditor Inspector’s Office. All aye. JR Grissom stated their new tractor replacement that was approved in their agreement with Hisle Brothers is ready to be delivered. The amount for trading out the tractors is $1,250.00 and will be disbursed out of the Agri-Plex fund by purchase order. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve purchase from Hall’s Auto Supply for $1,099.80 out of ZTVFITT2 account for Fittstown Volunteer Fire Department. This purchase will be for two Musqueranas Blowers, 125 Bx for $179.95 each, with a total of $359.90, and two 450 Musquerana Chainsaws for $369.95, with a total of $739.90. Total amount for all items is $1,099.80. All aye. Approved August 2013 payroll. Approved claims. Approved blanket purchase orders: Sheriff 1152-1166 HWY 1167 Approved purchase orders for payment: G E N E R A L : 1 5 5 2 , O K S TAT E UNIVERSITY, 999.99, SPLY;20132 0 1 4 Z J U V: 1 , P O N T O T O C C O J U V D R U G C O U R T, 3 7 2 1 6 . 6 9 , REMITTANCE;ZCOMMISSARY: 5, O G & E, 5019.35, SERVICE;GENERAL: 182, THOMSON WEST, 448.00, SPLY; 183, THOMSON WEST, 448.00, SPLY; 184, A T & T, 251.30, SERVICE; 185, CROWELL LOCK & SAFE, 6.45, SPLY; 186, FIVE STAR OFFICE SUPPLY 02, 225.18, SPLY; 187, SHIRT NOOK, 368.00, SPLY; 188, A T & T, 61.80, SERVICE; 189, A T & T, 139.74, SERVICE; 190, A T & T, 67.68, SERVICE; 191, QUILL CORP., 169.91, SPLY; 192, QUILL CORP., 77.98, SPLY; 193, A T & T, 222.34, PHONE; 194, CODA, % KAREN MUEGGENBORG, 135.00, REGISTRATION; 195, A T & T, 51.27, SERVICE; 196, A T & T, 1155.89, REMITTANCE; 197, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 27.63, REMITTANCE; 198, CENTERPOINT ENERGY ARKLA, 23.03, REMITTANCE; 199, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 23.03, REMITTANCE; 200, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 43.24, REMITTANCE; 201, COMMUNITYWORKS, 486.80, JUV


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Echos from Woodland Hills Woodland Hills sends the warmest welcome back possible to Kim Shed. Kim has returned as the Activities/ Social Services coordinator at the Allen facility. She says, “I’m back! It’s been several years since I moved, but I have to say I feel like I’ve come home. Woodland Hills has been in my life one way or another, it seems, all my life! When I was just a kid I would come up here with my Granny and/or my Mom and volunteer. So it’s no wonder I ended up working here. And one day, I’ll probably

finish living here. “There are a lot of great employees here, most of them are people you already know and are comfortable with. We truly are like family here, so stop by for a visit and enjoy getting to know us again!” September birthdays are Henry Heavener on the 3rd, Lucia Agarand on the 10th, Mary Ensley on the 14 th, and Jackson Lawson on the 25th. J ackson will be turning 102 this month! Stop by to wish him a happy birthday. Sometimes you will catch

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. PO-99-31 CASHENA UPTERGROVE (HARDCASTLE), Plaintiff, Vs. MIKE HUDSON, Defendant. SERVICE BY PUBLICATION STATE OF OKLAHOMA: CASHENA UPTERGROVE (HARDCASTLE) That said plaintiff, Cashena Uptergrove (Hardcastle), will take notice that the Defendant above named has filed a Motion to Vacate a Protective Order, which was entered on March 2, 1999 in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. Take notice that a motion has been filed in the District Court in and for Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, Case No. PO-1999-31 and that the motion filed by the Defendant will be heard on 25 day of October, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. The Plaintiff must file a response to the Motion if, and only if, said Plaintiff contests the allegations and averments contained in the Motion, and must be filed on or before the 25 day of October, 2013, or said Motion will be taken as true and confessed. DATED this 6th day of September, 2013. Karen Dunnigan, Court Clerk Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma By: s) B. Myers Deputy (SEAL) J. Wes Billingsley, OBA 19408 201 W. Main St. Ada, Oklahoma 74820 Tel. (580) 559-2579 Email: wes@billingsley-law.com Attorney for Defendant (Published in The Allen Advocate on September 12, 19 and 26, 2013)

him enjoying singing along with our volunteers or sometimes you might catch him singing solo to others. He always enjoys visiting, so if you get a chance, stop on by ... The staff is so proud of the remodeling of WHNC that they want to show it off. Please come by and enjoy looking around on Tuesday, September 24th, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided. Many members of the staff have generously offered their own time and efforts to help with the remodeling and painting. The residents often compliment the changes! The staff deserves to be recognized and thanked. They go above and beyond for the residents. You might see a staff member stopping to hug someone or buy someone a soda pop, or take time off their regular everyday tasks just to sit and hold someone’s hand. S everal staff members have been with Woodland Hills for a number of years: Cindy Workman, Administrator, started in September of 1994; Bonnie Stephens has been here since June 1995; Billye Henderson

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. CV-2013-122 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF DAVID CORBET STORY AND DEBORAH ANN STORY, TRUSTEES from Page 12 OF THE DOROTHY JO STORY REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST TO FORECLOSE DET; 202, COMMUNITYWORKS, 754.54, JUV DET; 203, EASTERN OKLA YOUTH THE RIGHT OF THE CITY OF ADA TO SERVICES, 23.25, SPLY; 204, O G & E, 248.48, REMITTANCE; 205, O G & E, 25.69, REOPEN THE VACATED PORTION OF REMITTANCE; 206, YOUTH SERVICES OF BRYAN CO, 293.50, JUV DET; 207, A T & T, 141.58, PHONE; 208, ULTIMATE CAR WASH, 7.50, SPLY;HIGHWAY: 267, A T & T, THE PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LO161.56, PHONE; 268, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 309.00, SPLY; 269, ERGON ASPHALT CATED IN LOT 5 IN BLOCK 2, GREEN AND EMULSIONS, 3919.24, SPLY; 270, DOLESE BROS, 281.42, SPLY; 271, DOLESE OAKS ADDITION TO ADA, OKLAHOMA NOTICE OF HEARING BROS, 555.31, SPLY; 272, FITTSTONE INC, 96.24, SPLY; 273, POWER EQUIPMENT & ENGINEERING, 75.00, SPLY; 274, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 199.98, SPLY; NOTICE is hereby given that Petition275, RUSH PETERBILT, 799.50, SPLY; 276, A T & T, 48.67, PHONE; 277, GEORGE ers, David Corbet Story and Deborah SMITH SALVAGE, 300.00, SERVICE; 278, RED ROCK PIT, 407.89, SPLY; 279, RED Ann Story, Trustees of the Dorothy Jo ROCK PIT, 561.17, RD MAT; 280, RED ROCK PIT, 139.28, SPLY; 281, RED ROCK Story Revocable Living Trust  have filed PIT, 541.64, SPLY; 282, T X I OPERATIONS L P, 435.15, RD MAT; 283, CATERPILLAR a verified Petition in the above entitled FINANCIAL SERV, 1749.89, LEASE; 284, CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERV, 1749.89, cause to foreclose the right of the City LEASE; 285, VISION BANK, 2675.18, LEASE; 286, O P E R S, 3418.58, REMITTANCE; of Ada, Oklahoma to reopen that portion 287, ADAY, CAROLYN, 24.00, SPLY; 288, CARTER EQUIP REPAIR CO, 375.00, SPLY; of the public easement and/or right-of289, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 34.31, SPLY; 290, CINTAS CORPORATION way covering the following described LOC 618, 877.62, SPLY; 291, DOUBLE I ELECTRIC, 5926.60, SPLY; 292, DUB ROSS real property, hereinafter referred to as COMPANY, 578.00, SPLY; 293, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 3599.61, SPLY; the subject property, situate in Pontotoc 294, FENTRESS OIL CO., 4827.60, FUEL; 295, HALL S AUTO, 85.82, SPLY; 296, County, Oklahoma, to-wit: HALL S AUTO, 366.49, SPLY; 297, JAMES SUPPLIES & RENTAL CO., 63.43, SPLY; A part of Lot 5 in Block 2 of Green 298, JO CO EQUIPMENT, 363.85, SPLY; 299, KIRBY SMITH EXCHANGE, 182.27, Oaks Addition to the City of Ada, PontoSPLY; 300, LOCKE SUPPLY, 34.53, SPLY; 301, LOCKE SUPPLY, 45.42, SPLY; 302, toc County, Oklahoma, more particularly LOCKE SUPPLY, 21.92, SPLY; 303, NAPA OF ADA, 287.45, SPLY; 304, O REILLY described as follows: AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 11.49, SPLY; 305, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 90.42, SPLY; Commencing at the Southeast corner of 306, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 80.80, SPLY; 307, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 342.08, said Lot 5; Thence N 37°34’2” E along the MAINT; 308, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 22.56, SPLY; 309, T & W TIRE, 54.00, SPLY; East line of said Lot 5, a distance of 72.25 HELP WANTED 310, T D S TELECOM, 87.67, SPLY; 311, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 161.00, SPLY; 312, BUILDINGS feet; Thence N 52°25’40” W a distance of STEEL O P E R S, 2675.68, REMITTANCE; EXP. 313,FLATBED O P E RDRIVERS: S, 1533.76, REMITTANCE; 314, 4.20 feet to the Southeast corner of an Regional VISION BANK, 3056.78, LEASE; 315, CATERPILLAR 1749.89, existing brickfor veneer house [to the point of STEEL BUILDINGS Perfect opportunities now openFINANCIAL with plenty of SERV, LEASE; 316, EMPIRE FINANCIAL SERVICES, 1882.41, LEASE; 317, Thence S 73°27’40” W a disfreight & great pay! 800-277-0212 or VISION Homes,BANK, Garages, &beginning]; Shelters. 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Call Melissa: (361) 573CONNIE SMITH, 526.29, TRAVEL; 71,Wkly TYLER MACKEY, 319.50, TRAVEL; 72, DYLAN and alleging that the subject property 8074, Apply at: thomaspetro.com YEAGER, 48.00, TRANSP JUV; 73, TYLER MACKEY, 48.00, TRANSP JUV; 74, A T has not been used by the public for a LEGAL SERVICES & T MOBILITY, 504.96, PHONE; 75, ADA VETERINARY CLINIC, 95.25, SERVICE; public purpose for more than fifteen (15) HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR 76, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 88.08, SPLY; 77, DR. JOHN CARGILL, 50.00, years; that Petitioners are the owners of All TRAINING! Bulldozers, Backhoes, SOCIAL SECURITY SPLY; 78, GUIDANCE SOFTWARE, Excavators. 6502.41, SPLY; 79, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, of LotDISABILITY 5 in Block 2, Green Oaks Addition, a 3 Weeks Hands On CLAIMS. Saunders & ofSaunders 423.16, SPLY; 80, NAPA OF ADA, 119.64, PLUMBING, replat a part of Lots 33 and 34, Hillsdale Program. PARTS; Local 81, Job NICKERSON Placement Assistance. National Certifications.83, GI CENTERPOINT 334.50, SPLY; 82, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 3704.63, REMITTANCE; Attorneys at Law. No Recovery – No Estates Suburban Townsite, Ada, OklaEligible. OFFICE 1-866-362-6497 ENERGY - ARKLA, 1021.66, SPLY; Bill 84,Benefits FIVE STAR SUPPLYFee. 02,1-800-259-8548. 601.30, homa; DRIS that the portion of the above public Lics:OBPVS SPLY; 85, GUDERIANS, 9701.12, SPLY; 86, HAGAR RESTAURANT SERVICES, easement and/or right-of-way described 2234.02, SPLY; 87, RHYNES SURPLUS, 79.99, SPLY;AGRI PLEX: 40, A T & T, 124.59, above has been closed and abandoned ATTENTION & Regional BUY PHONE; 41, GRISSOMS, 77.06, MAINT; 42, J Dedicated B LUMBER, 27.70, SPLY; 43,WANT J B TO and adversely possessed and used by Drivers! Averitt offers Excellent LUMBER, 28.25, SPLY; 44, J B LUMBER, 43.85, SPLY; 45, LOCKE SUPPLY, 28.16, Petitioners and their predecessors in Benefits and Hometime. CDL-A req. HANK HAS CASH title WILLfor DASH! SPLY; 46, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 208.14, SPLY;Grads 47, MEAD moreFor than fifteen (15) years prior 888-362-8608, Recent w/a LUMBER DOIT CENTER, 2.49, SPLY; 48, O G & E,CDL-A 63.88, SPLY;Paid 49, Training. O G & E, 6050.05, SPLY; amps, 50, mandolins, old guitars, ukuleles. to this date; and no property owners in 1-5/wks Apply RHYNES SURPLUS, 51.00, SPLY;HOMELAND SECURITY: 1,Equal CROWDGibson, CONTROL online at AverittCareers.com the vicinity the subject property will be Fender, Martin, Gretsch, of etc. Opportunity Employer WAREHOUSE, 800.00, SPLY;EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: 14, LETELLIER, CHAD adversely affected by the vacation of said Top dollar cash paid. 40 years in Tulsa. JAMES, 132.00, TRAVEL; 15, LETELLIER, CHAD JAMES, 40.00, TRAVEL; 16, A T & portion of the utility easement.  The City 1-800-525-7273 www.stringswest.com LOOMIX® FEED supplements is seekT, 45.97, SPLY; 17, CABLE ONE, 131.50, REMITTANCE;” of Ada, Oklahoma enacted an ordinance ing Dealers. Motivatedoffice, individuals withdecorations for the Roberts spoke with Christi Wilson, District Attorney’s about dated September 3, 2013, which closed cattle knowledge and community ties. Courthouse Complex for the holidays. These decorations would be re-usable CAREER and couldTRAINING/EDUCATION be said portion of the public easement and/ Contact Bethany @ 800-870-0356/ purchased after Christi presents the Commissioners with the information about the products or right-of-way to public use. becomeadealer@adm.com for dealerand they approve it. HEREBY NOTIFIED that the AIRLINE CAREERS YOU BEGINARE HERE ship opportunities in your area. Need to check with Pam Walker, County Clerk, about ordering outdoor trash for the Petition has been set for hearing before – cans Become an Aviation Maintenance Courthouse Complex. this Court  on the 16th day of October, DRIVER, TANGO TRANSPORT now Tech. FAA Approved Training. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, hiring to adjourn. All aye. 2013, at 8:00 o’clock AM. in District Company Drivers & Owner Financial aid if qualified - Housing Operators. Excellent Hometime. 401k. Courtroom #315 of the Pontotoc County August 29, 2013 Family Medical/Dental. Paid Vacations. available. Job placement assistance. Courthouse, Ada, Oklahoma.  Anyone in The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a special scheduled meeting in which Apply online at www.drivefortango.com opposition to this Petition may appear at Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 12:45 PM on August 27, 2013 at 301 S. Broadway, or at phone 877-826-4605 said hearing and protest the same, pro866-802-6655. Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Randy Floyd, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. vided that said party has filed a verified The following guests attended: Elaine EXPERIENCED Bearden, Joe Dixon, and Eldon Flinn. 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started in August of 2004; followed by Skye Henderson in September of 2004. Debbie Scott started in August of 2005; Jennifer Stowe in June 2008; Jennifer Johnson in August of 2009; Marsha McCarn in July of 2010; Landon Marshall in November of 2010; Duane Daniels in February 2011; Josephine Reyes in March 2011; and Barbie Smith, the Director of Nursing, in June of 2011. And, the volunteers also need to be thanked for their service. Without these kind, generous folks life would be far more difficult and much

less pleasant. Welcome to the newest volunteer, Danielle O’Daniel. The residents love her already. And a big thank you to John Bryan, DeWayne’s brother, for helping out with bingo prizes and delicious ice cream. Upcoming Events – Donations are being accepted for a Bake Sale on September 6th. Money raised will be for the resident’s Christmas Fund. October 3rd & 4th there will be a garage sale. Stop by, you just might find something you can’t live without!

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. P-2013-13 In the Matter of the Estate of CLYDE DOUGLAS COATS, Deceased. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE Notice is hereby given that, in pursuant to an Order of the District Court of Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, made on the 8th day of August, 2013, in this cause, the undersigned, as Personal Representative of the estate of Clyde Douglas Coats, deceased, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash, subject to confirmation of said Court, on or after the 27th day of September, 2013, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. all the right, title and interest of the said Clyde Douglas Coats, deceased, in and to the following described real property situated in Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit: A part of the East 225 feet of Lots 3, 4 and 5 and the South 15 feet of Lot 2, Block 90, of the Original Townsite, Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast corner of said Lot 5; thence West along the South line of said Lot 5 a distance of 128.0 feet; thence North and parallel with the East line of said Block 90 a distance of 90.0 feet; thence East along the North line of the South 15 feet of Lot 2 a distance of 128.0 feet; thence South a distance of 90.0 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.264 Acres, more or less Bids must be in writing and may be left at the law office of Sweeney, Draper & Christopher, P.L.L.C., 1320 Stonebridge, Suite A, Ada, OK 74820, or may be delivered to Terry Bray, Personal Representative, personally. Dated this 11 day of September, 2013. s) Terry D. Bray Personal Representative Kurt B. Sweeney, OBA#17544 Sweeney, Draper & Christopher, P.L.L.C. P.O. Box 190 1320 Stonebridge, Suite A Ada,ads Oklahoma 74821-0190 2x2 may run anywhere in your newspaper. Don’t forget to remind Attorney for Personal Representative download the for this week at12 and 19, 2013) (Published in Theline Allenads Advocate on September

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Even though it is hot and dry, looking at the date, we know the fall is in the air. We are needing rain again and pray that God will provide.  Sunday we worshiped the Lord with Bible study, prayer, and singing.  It helps us to make it through the problems of the coming week.  Our special of the week, “Walking in Jerusalem Just Like John�,  was sung  by Wayne Sanborn.  He, Bro. Larry, and Joe Seeley always accompany his songs with their guitars.  They make beautiful music together.  Bro. Larry’s sermon was taken from Deuteronomy 30: 15-20 and entitled “Now Choose Life.�  There are two very distinct paths set before us.  They are death and destruction or life and prosperity.  These fears cause us to live unbalanced lives.  We want money and possessions that will last for a long lifetime.  Our pursuit of these things robs us of life.  The “like� Moses is speaking about is far more than physical life.  Never confuse “making a living� with “life.�  Living, in the biblical context, means experiencing out this world joy and satisfaction. 

Hearts devoted to God will experience His blessings. Love the Lord, walk in His ways, and you will live.  You will enjoy your time on earth.  You will live forever in the presence of God.  Your life will have an impact upon your children.  Heats turned from God are headed toward destruction.  In the end, you will find no satisfaction from your misplaced priorities.  Your life’s pursuits will have led you  away from eternal blessings.  Your life too, will have a profound influence upon your children.  The choice is left to each of us.  The consequences of our choice could not be more clear or pronounced.  Moses (and later  Joshua, the prophets and Jesus) presses people to make a decision.  “Now choose life� is an imperative that must not be ignored!  Next Sunday, our pastor will be on vacation, but we invite your to join us and hear Rev.  Dick Sowder.  He is a former missionary and is a great speaker.  Have a good week and pray for our world leaders and the state of our country. 

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Miss Memory Lane Contestants Skelton’s Dive- N The Allen Historical Society’s Little Miss and Miss Memory Lane competition is well underway. In the Little Miss Memory Lane category this year, there are four young ladies vying for the title. Brasey Kaeann Rosell, the daughter of Kyla Bulen, is ten years old and in the fourth grade at Allen Elementary.  Kaylee Ann Ford, is in the third grade, the nine-year-old daughter of Derek and Amber Ford.  Elainea LeAnn Smith, the daughter of Daisy Holland and Emmitt H. Smith, is also nine years old and in the third grade.  Rounding out the Little Miss Memory Lane category is Hailee Shyian Spears, the daughter of William and Sarah Spears,

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