Issuu on Google+

www.allennewspaper.com

ALLEN ADVOCATE

Costner Elected to State Office The Allen High School Chapter of the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) would like to congratulate Emilee Costner on being elected as an Oklahoma FCCLA State Offi-

cer. Emilee was elected as the 2013-2014 FCCLA Southeast Vice President and will serve over 13,000 FCCLA members throughout Oklahoma. Emilee went through the interview process of becom-

ing a state officer candidate in January where she was selected as one of the top 20 leaders in Oklahoma FCCLA out of a pool of over 75 candidates. She then had to wait until the election at the FCCLA

State Convention on April 5th when members from across Oklahoma came together and voted for the new State Executive Council. At the end of the convention the results of the elections were announced and

Emilee Costner, pictured here with her family (left to right) Kathryn Costner, Eula Tilley, Pat Bullard, Lesli Costner, Emilee, Tim Costner, Meegan Costner and Wayne Bullard, was named as a FCCLA State Officer at the recent State Conference.

Emilee was installed as a state officer. Emilee is the first person from Allen High School to ever be elected as a state FCCLA officer. She will have a very busy and exciting year ahead of her as she represents Allen High School and Oklahoma FCCLA on the state and national levels. Some of her duties will include planning and conducting workshops, installing district officers, and leading chapter officer trainings throughout Oklahoma. The state officer team also plans and presides over state convention, works with members to increase membership, and helps to raise awareness of FCCLA throughout the state. The Allen FCCLA chapter was also honored at the FCCLA State Convention as one of only 10 “Gold Star” chapters out of over 400 chapters throughout Oklahoma. Allen FCCLA members also received a “Grant a Wish” award from the Oklahoma Alumni and Associates organization during the convention.

FFA Plant Sale Next Week mation, contact FFA Advisor The Allen FFA will be hold- 15th and 16th, at the Ag Build- will be held from 8:00 am to tomatoes and peppers. 6:00 pm and plants available This is a fundraiser for the Tyler Spencer at (580) 436ing their annual plant sale on ing (the old Armory Building) include several varieties of Allen FFA. For more infor7946 or (580) 857-2416. Monday and Tuesday, April on East Paul Street. The sale

New Post Office Hours

Effective May 4, 2013, the Allen Post Office window will be open for six hours on weekdays and a half-hour on Saturday. This will increase access to the window by 45 minutes per day. The new hours will be from 7:45 am to 12:15 pm, closing for lunch and reopening from 2:15 to 3:45 pm. Saturday hours remain the same, from 9:00 to 9:30 pm. Customers will still have access to their mail receptacles 24hours a day. Post Office box mail will be put up daily by 10:30 am.

Celebrating their senior year prom in style were Stormy Deaton, Logan Dennis and Jessie Spencer.

2013 Prom Royalty – Seniors Lesley Rinehart and Jennie Evett were crowned King and Queen at Saturday’s prom.


C ountry Comments

THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 2

by Bill Robinson, Publisher

Quote of the Week . . . “I used to dread getting older because I thought I would not be able to do all the things I wanted to do . . . now that I am older I find I don’t want to do them.” —CC— I often talk about the “good old days.” My friend, the late George Cotton, also enjoyed talking about them. He told me that for the first time in many years, he went to a movie. At the move, he told the girl who handed him his fivedollar ticket, “I can remember when a movie ticket was only fifteen-cents.” “You are really going to enjoy this movie then, sir,” said the ticket girl. “They have sound now.” George said, “My first thought was to take my cane and bop her on the head, but instead I just turned on my hearing aids and went in. As I left the movie I thought to myself that the movie would have been more enjoyable if it had been silent.” —CC— Speaking of the “good old days”, how many of you remember Murphy beds? Murphy beds are on the upswing. More homeowners are installing the frequently lampooned beds, rather than renovating or moving to a bigger home. The beds, which swing up into a wall for vertical storage, help home offices serve as bedrooms and vice versa. California Closets uses faux doors to conceal the mattress in its wall beds, which can be integrated with desks, shelves and other furniture. The company’s wall beds, which start at $2,500, include cabinetry and mattress. Murphy beds have come a long way from their rickety roots. Most of the new iterations can hold a regular mattress in any size—from twin to a California king—making them more comfortable than the foldable pads found in many sofa beds. Ranging in price from several hundred dollars to tens of thousands for more elaborate designs, the new Murphy beds blend more effectively with their surroundings. The old wood-paneled exteriors have been replaced with expensive cabinetry, the facade of an armoire or even a flat-screen television. “It’s not like the one you saw in your grandma’s house—very old, very clunky,” says Eric Fleming, a vice president for Corcoran Group, who sells homes in Manhattan. “It adds a lot of value because it’s so practical and it doesn’t take up much space.” The growing interest in Murphy beds comes as Americans are building smaller homes and making fewer changes to their existing houses. The size of the average new single-family home in 2010 was about 2,400 square feet, down about 5% from 2007, according to the U.S. Census. Remodeling activity is down so far this year, continuing a trend of about the past five years,

Chelsea & Trevor to Wed

Kirk and Tracy Hill are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Chelsea Brooke Hill, to Trevor Hayes Griffith, son of Frank and Denise Griffith. The bride-elect is a 2010 graduate of Allen High School. She is currently working at Women’s Heath Center, Ada, and is continuing her nursing studies. Chelsea is the granddaughter of the late Jim and Debbie Cole of Alma, Arkansas, and Dodie Hill and the late A.V. Hill of Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. The prospective groom is a 2009 graduate of Allen High School and will be graduating from East Central University this May with a degree in Business. Trevor is currently employed at People’s Electric Coop in Ada. Trevor is the grandson of John and the late Dot Rippee of Allen, and James and Gwen Griffith of Atwood. The couple will be united in marriage at Camp WOW, Gerty, on May 18, 2013. Rev. Walter Kuhlman, Calvin, will officiate the 4:00 p.m. ceremony.

according to data from the National Association of Home Builders. “People have invested in staying in the homes that they’re in,” says Ginny Snook Scott, vice president of sales and marketing for California Closets, the home-organization chain that is a unit of FirstService Corp. Online inquiries for wall beds have doubled in the past 18 months, she says. Converting a bedroom into a home office is a common adaptation among people who work from home. Last year, 1 in 4 employed people did some or all of their work from home, up from 1 in 5 in 2007, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. William Murphy came up with the wall-bed concept at the turn of the 20th century, according to Matthew Lahn, general manager of Murphy Bed Co., which calls itself the “original Murphy Bed Company,” although any manufacturer can use the name Murphy bed. Mr. Murphy was looking for a socially acceptable way to have a woman visit his studio apartment, Mr. Lahn says. The concept was a hit with hotels and quickly became a slapstick comedy staple for the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Mickey Mouse and Abbott and Costello. Murphy Bed Co., in Farmingdale, N.Y., ships several thousand beds a year, Mr. Lahn says. “They’re becoming much more prevalent in private residences,” he says. Some recent installations the company has done include Murphy beds in

a home gym and a Hamptons boathouse, he says. Shamaya Gilo has a Murphy bed in an alcove adjacent to the living room of her Manhattan penthouse to accommodate guests and visits by her grown daughter. “Blowing up an air mattress takes twice as long as pulling out a Murphy bed and converting it into a bedroom,” Ms. Gilo says. The unit’s exterior, finished in a pale-green lacquer, was designed to match Ms. Gilo’s contemporary décor. It has built-in shelving and storage space, including a wardrobe closet and nightstands that become small bookcases when the unit is closed. “You don’t know it’s there” when the bed isn’t in use, she says. “I’ve created this very monochromatic, clean look so that this structure hanging on the wall doesn’t feel like an imposition to the room.” Ron McKey, owner of FlyingBeds, a Denver manufacturer, says the newer versions of Murphy beds have improved liftingand-lowering mechanisms, which mean a high-quality mattress can be lifted with the same effort required for a thin futon.

Skelton’s Dive- N 401 E Hwy 1 • (580)857-1234

Drive thru - walk up - outhouse

or use our convenient Golf Cart Entrance 2 to 4 Drinks Half Price

New on Menu:

Turkey Legs Baked Potato Tacos

Hours 10-10 Sun - Thurs 10 - midnight Fri & Sat


Country Comments from Page 3

Hardware improvements also enable owners to create more elaborate disguises for the bed in its upright position, without worrying about weight. Mr. McKey says he has mounted fully functioning flat-screen television sets on the outside of his wall beds. He has also

covered the outside with a large, heavy mirror. “I’m big on deception,” he says. Pat Splinter, in Granite Bay, Calif., says she had two wall beds installed in her large bedroom for her grandchildren to use while staying with her on weekends. Although she has spare bedrooms in her

Allen Elementary Honor Roll 3rd Nine Weeks

Superintendent’s Roll

1 Grade – Colton Cross, Kamlyn Cundiff, Savannah Geyer, Brogen Goodson, Joy Grigsby-Rinehart, Keithon Howard, Malloree Howard, Kelsey Hurt, Emmett Koonce, Ava Laden, Lilly Matthews, Isaiah Merritt, Garrett Nix, Tessa Rowsey, Aubrey Scott, Connor Smith, Trevor Stradford, Abbey Strong, Jack Todd, Riley Tomb, Jerek Wainscott, Chandler Wallace, Olivia Wallace 2nd Grade – Coyt Bell, Sydney Black, Hunter Boyd, Raney Clay, Quinn Corum, Kalli Davis, Kaylee Ford, Rosa Gabriel, Montana Griffith, Bradi Harman, Tagus Howard, Kassidy Keeney, Payton McWethy, Brooklyn Sanders, Heather Simpson, Zain Tillery, Ansley Tollett, Keenan Walker, Quinton Walker, Maebrey Wallace, Beckett Wells 3rd Grade – Jacob Beavert, Maddox Wofford 4th Grade – Cassidy Harman, A.J. Hill, Emma Peay, Emily Sells 5th Grade – Makenzie Butler, Kinlee Cundiff, Kasen Deaton, Nathan Hammonds, Kaylyn Rowsey, Taylor Tollett 6th Grade – Sam brown, Meegan Costner, Chisum Lee, Jensen Peay, Brandon Roniss st

Principal’s Roll

1 Grade – Brailee Beck, Dillon Blessing, Jagger Caldwell, Stoney Cully, Desiree Files, Ethan Holcomb, Kason Linker, Levi Mann, Felipe Martinez, Kaden Smith, Lori Stidmon, Austin Stowe, Brayden Tatum, Joni Thompson 2nd Grade – Kyra Billey, Nicholas Boyles, Braylee Chambers, Clayton Dyer, Xander Holt, Kaisen Manuel, Memphis Neal, Gary Raney, Mason Riley, Elainea Smith 3rd Grade – Rhyan Bergquist, Braxton Castillo, Dalton Craddock, Maycee Howard, Will Kaminski, Brandon Riddle, Ethan Roniss, Mandala Sanchez, Elizabeth Slosser, Brody Wallis, Davyn Wilson 4th Grade – Madison Dohlman, Trent Fronterhouse, Brayden Griffith, Chad Milne, Gehrig Strong 5th Grade – Rylan Black, Colton Dyer, Jacelyn Goodnight, Christopher Holcomb, Riley Koonce, Alyssa Maloy, Hunter McCarn, Hunter McWethy, Kinsey Nix, Makena Pegg, Alex Roebuck, Dillon Royalty, Nathan Smith, Abby Thompson, Mika Walker 6th Grade – Stevi Caldwell, Aaron Dockery, Dustyn Frazier, Wesley Harden, Sunzie Harrison, Shaylee Hopkins, Katie Manuel, Kaden Mills, Tara Osborne, Payton Prentice, Chelsea Riley, Laramie Sanders st

Bake Sale in Ada for Coach-Pitch Team

The Allen Strikers Coach-Pitch Team will be hosting a bake sale this Saturday, starting at 10:00 a.m. The event will be held in Ada, in front of Hibbetts Sporting Goods in North Hills Center. If you’re in Ada this Saturday, be sure to stop by and check out the goodies and support our local kids.

home, Ms. Splinter wanted the children closer to her and her husband at night. “I can’t stick them way on the other side of the house. They’re too young, and I’m too lazy,” she says. After researching online, Ms. Splinter ordered two twin-size wall beds from FlyingBeds. The beds, each encased in a freestanding, armoire-like piece of furniture, flank a fireplace. Ms. Splinter says her granddaughter calls it her “magic bed.” —CC— And last of all, my favorite story of the week . . . A wife complained to her husband about the bad manners of her new neighbor. “If that woman yawned once, Albert, while I was talking, she yawned a dozen times.” To which Albert replied, “Maybe she wasn’t yawning, dear. Maybe she was trying to say something.”

THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 3

Richard’s Yard Service • Mowing • Weedeating • Brush Cleanup • Weed Spraying

Richard Geyer (580) 399-1363

Thank You We would like to thank everyone for the kindness shown our family during the illness and loss of our beloved Carmen Davis. The cards, calls, food and prayers were a great comfort to us. Cliff Davis and family Frankie and Mendy Bell & family

Gary’s

HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

See me for all your Heating and Air Conditioning needs!

• Commercial Ice Machines •

(580)467-3136 or (580)857-2239 we accept VISA, MasterCard and Discover!

Pre-K Enrollment is Here! Thursday, March 25, 2013 8:30 a.m. -2 p.m.

Pre-enrollment will be held for next year’s four year old four e b , l program on March 25 o wil ember 1 h w t n re ep be in the Elementary building Child old by S gible to ce li a s from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm year 13 are e ue to sp for the 20 led. D lment me l l enro ns, enro a first co n tio s. il mita ram is o ed basi g rv pro

first

se

The first day of school will be Friday, August 16. Class begins at 8:15

To be co in the nsidered e nrolle Pre-K d i n d progr e r g seme am for th arten ster o e fall f 2 01 will ne ed to 3, parents bring follow the ing to the enroll ment:

Official Birth Certifi cate and Social Security Car d, $30 School Supply Fee CDIB Card (if applic able) immunization reco rd with these doses: 4 DTP, 3 Pol io, 1 MMR, 3 Hepatitis B, 2 Hepatitis A and 1 Varicella

Enrollment Packets can be picked up on Monday, March 15 at the Allen Elementary School Office

CSL TIRE & MECHANIC Hwy 1 & County Line Road (old Peanut Company) Allen • (580)857-2455 or (580)320-8166

• New Tires • Rotation • • Batteries • Oil Change • Flats Repaired We buy scrap metal • cars


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 4

Threads of Life

by Cleo LeVally As I have gotten older, the nieces and nephews of my family are calling me and asking questions about our family history. Last week I received a call from a niece in California who wanted to know about her Dad growing up in Oklahoma. So I pulled out my files and made copies of some of the family history that I have and mailed it to her. There is much history of my family in the town we grew up in, even today. My mother’s family, Jake and Frances Louise came to the town by wagon train with the Jonas B. Milner family, in 1892. Al Cummings, my mother’s brother-in-law who had lost his wife, my mother’s older sister in Arkansas, and an uncle, George Pegg, rode horseback and came to Indian Territory in 1889. Al Cummings bought land; for a while lived in a log cabin and built later

My Early Childhood

a two story house. In its last years it was called the ‘Bain’ house. My family lived in that house during my high school days. Al Cummings eventually had a ranch, built a large two story building in town, which still bears his name and was a very prominent member of that town. Years later one of my mother’s nephews, Judge Orel Busby, bought that house and land, and our family lived there. My father was the caretaker. Orel also bought a large acreage four miles from Allen, which he named the 4-B Ranch (after himself and his three sons) and raised cattle on it. That land in the 1880’s was called Buffalo Springs, as it was a large buffalo range and Indians came in every winter to kill buffalo for the hides and meat. All of my mother’s brothers established businesses in Allen. John Pegg had a depart-

ment store; Will Pegg opened a bank; and her sister, Elizabeth and her husband, George Busby, (parents of Orel) had a drug store. Hubert Pegg, one of the sons of Will Pegg, built a small oil drilling rig and began to drill oil wells. The records show that he drilled over one hundred wells in the area in those early days. His charge to drill the wells was a small piece of the royalty. Some of those wells are still producing and his great-grandson, Dickie Pegg, still has some of that royalty.

O rel Busby went to law school, opened his law office and later became a judge on the Oklahoma Supreme Court. He was the inspiration for my brother, Leon Emerson, to attend law school and Leon also later became a judge on the municipal court in Downey, California. Jack Emerson, son of Earl Emerson, brother of my father, Will Emerson, has an office in Allen, so my ties are still there. Because of my history in Allen, Bill Robinson, owner of The Allen Advocate, asked

Rites held for Nova Perkins Services for Nova Belle Perkins, 91, of Atwood, are 11:00 a.m. Thursday, April 11th, at the Allen Church of Christ, Danny Huntsman will officiate. Burial will follow at the Allen Cemetery. Mrs. Perkins died Monday,

New Career Opportunity: Customer Service Agent

iQor is one of the largest and most respected providers of business process outsourcing services in the world. Our team of 17,000 employees is headquartered in New York, and supported by 39 Centers of Excellence worldwide located in the United States, Canada, China, India, Mexico, Panama, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom. As we continue to grow, so does our need for exceptionally talented personnel. When you become part of our iQor family, you’re not just accepting a job but an invitation to further advance your career and build leadership skills for the future. Beyond financial stability, competitive benefits, and best-in-class training with cutting-edge technology, we offer excellent compensation. As a true pay-forperformance organization, your career path and compensation are clearly defined by your work productivity and drive to succeed. OVERVIEW OF POSITION We are currently looking for Customer Service Agents for our Ada Center of Excellence. This position is with IRT, a proud member of the iQor team of Companies. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The key responsibilities for these positions are as follows: • Answering product questions and servicing accounts while handling a high volume of incoming calls in a fast-paced environment • Tactful and customer service oriented and have the ability to handle challenging situations professionally and calmly QUALIFICATIONS • Type 20 WPM • Ability to navigate the web • Must have HS Diploma or GED • Must have proven and consistent work history • Sales experience a plus Apply now at www.iqor.com. Take our online survey and get hired TODAY! If you have questions regarding this posting please contact 580-272-9200.

3700 IRT Dr, Ada OK (take Kerr Lab Rd to IRT Dr) iQor is an EEO/AA employer. M/F/D/V

Big V Feeds Now available in Allen! Dog/Cattle/Horse Feed Mineral & Salt Blocks Corn - Tubs

April 8, 2013 at a Holdenville nursing home. She was born April 25, 1921 in Clarita, Oklahoma to Harry Snow and Maude Henslee Medford. She graduated from high school in Carter, Oklahoma. She received Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from East Central University. She lived in the Atwood area most of her adult life. She married Edmon Lee Perkins on September 18, 1947. He preceded her in death on October 2, 1999. For the majority of Mrs. Perkins’ 44 year teaching career, she taught 5th and 6th grade at Moss, Oklahoma. She was a member of the Allen Church of Christ. S urvivors include a son, Edmon Perkins and his wife

Jack William Pyburn, 77, passed away at his home in Allen on Monday morning, April 8, 2013. He was born April 17, 1935 in Seminole, Oklahoma to L.S. and Vivalee Pyburn. Jack was a dedicated Mason for 43 years and a disabled Air Force veteran from the Korean Conflict. He is survived by his loving wife Myrtle and her family, along with his two sons, Dale and Blain, and three stepdaughters, Donna, JoAnn and Myrtie Lynn who loved him as a father. Jack had 12 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and 1 great-greatgranddaughter. Preceding him in death were his parents and his wife of 32years, Velva. Jack had a great love of flying, fishing and playing dominoes. He experienced a full life and those who had the privilege of sharing those times will miss him dearly. A memorial service will be held at the First Baptist Church in Allen on Saturday, April 13th, at 10:00 a.m.

Service Thursday for Cutter D. Emmons

inside

CSL IRON & METAL Hwy 1 & County Line Road (old Peanut Company) Allen • (580)857-2455 or (580)320-8166

Mechanic & Tire Machine • New & Used Tires • Rotation • • Batteries • Oil Change •

BUYING MINERAL INTERESTS TOP DOLLAR • BUYING MINERAL INTERESTS TOP DOLLAR •

StoneLand, LLC Tiffany Cooper, Landman

diamondland@yahoo.com Phone (405)203-8055 • Fax (405)562-3503

$ $

We Buy Mineral Interests - E-mail us or give us a call!

BUYING MINERAL INTERESTS TOP DOLLAR • BUYING MINERAL INTERESTS TOP DOLLAR •

Lorene of Atwood; a grandson, Edmon Perkins of Mt. Ranier, Maryland; a granddaughter, Rebekah Ulm and her husband Spencer of Norman; a sister, Lyndall Roberson of Holdenville; loving in-laws, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a sister and brother-in-law, Leola Lindley and Pete Lindley; and a brother-in-law, J. D. Roberson. B earers will be Clifford Lindley, Harry Lindley, Mike Lindley, Wes Lindley, Mike Mays and Spencer Ulm. Honorary bearers will be Tom London, A. J. Stanfield and Bobby Perkins. Arrangements are under the direction of Criswell Funeral Home, Ada.

Memorial Saturday for Jack Pyburn

Allen Feed Store

$$

me to write a column, relating stories of the Depression of the ’30s and the Dust Bowl, among other memories, so that is why the Threads of Life appears each week in your good paper. I love it. In getting all this together for my niece, I realized that other of my nieces and nephews would like to know some of these stories. It even brought back a lot of memories for me. So I have been doing a lot of copying family records this past week and reliving some of the memories. And keep believing, ‘The Best is Yet to Come.’

Funeral service for Cutter Deacon Emmons will be held 2:00 p.m. Thursday, April 11th, at LifeChurch.tv. Burial will follow at Graceland Cemetery in Owasso under the direction of the Musgrove-MerriottFuneral Service & Crematory of Claremore. Cutter passed away Saturday, April 6, 2013. The son of David and Tracy Martin Emmons, Cutter was born April 7, 2011 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was an active boy, who loved running, climbing and anything that kept him outdoors. When it was time to be inside, he loved watching his movies. Toy Story and Cars were a couple of his

favorites. When it was time to travel or go to bed Woody and Buzz always went along. Cutter was a loving, smiling boy who will be missed by all. Survivors include his parents, David and Tracy Emmons of Owasso; grandparents, David and Teena Emmons of Hollis and Glenn and Trish Conklin of Oologah, and Wally Lewis of Allen; great-grandparents, Lonnie and May Arter of Eldorado and Buzz and Faye Conklin of Tulsa; aunts and ucles, Corky Martin of Ft. Collins, Colorado, Josalyn Martin and Makenzy Martin of Claremore, Lafonda Emmons and Josh Emmons of Hollis, Benjamin and Katrina Lewis of Ada, Brenton and Brittnea Lewis of Allen, and JD and Caly Hamersley of Eldorado. Memorials may be made to Cutter Emmons Memorial Fund in care of American Bank of Oklahoma Collinsville Branch, P.O. Box 66 Collinsville, Oklahoma 74021.


One Pharmacist’s View THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 5

There was so much energy in the great hall you could just feel it. It was a little surreal, thousands of high school kids crammed into the convention center—all yelling and jumping around like it was a rock concert or something—but it wasn’t. It was the FCCLA meeting at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City and we were honored guests of the Allen FCCLA Chapter and honored we were. Current officers were ushered in with

On Being You ng

a bang followed by a “Pants on Fire” motivational speech by Laymon Hicks of Tampa, Florida. Hicks pretty much set the feisty crowd on fire as he set the tone for the day. In the midst of the chaos there was a lot of order and purpose. It was a good setting for high-school aged kids to get a grip on their ambitions, setting new goals and finding ways to achieve. For me it was a good time to observe and see how many of our young people are responding to times that are often described as tough—about kids said to be at risk. I heard a well-known national news anchor last week describe this same group of kids as “lost” because of bad economic times. He pointed out that many young college graduates were working at menial labor and being victimized by the “system.” It was a gloomy outlook, he said. We had the same predic-

Light from God’s Word

Mark Legg, Allen church of Christ Have you ever had a religious discussion with someone and they defended their position by saying something like, “Well, I feel this way about it,” or “I just can’t accept the idea that God would…,” or, maybe, “I don’t think we must…..” When a person says such things, it is clear that his basic authority in religious matter is himself, his feeling or his wisdom and understanding. It is such a shame that the idea of Biblical authority is foreign to many good people. To them the ultimate deciding factor in religious matters is their own idea, thinking or feeling and what the Bible teaches does not matter. Doesn’t it seem a

little strange that men should think they know as much as God? How can we who have been created by God and who live by the power of God, think we understand the will of God and what is necessary for God to save us? How can we who have always disobeyed (sinned) God; who are “like an unclean thing” and whose righteousness is as “filthy rags” (Isaiah 64:6) presume to know the mind of God? Can what seems right to us be the will of God? By inspiration of God, the wise man wrote, “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death.” (Prov 14:12) We must not be deceived into thinking we know the mind of God. He says, “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:8-9) Surely, all of us need to examine our ways! Are we worshipping and serving God by what seems right to us or by the authority of God’s word in the Bible?

birthdays and anniversaries April 12 —Shannon Wofford, Michaela Taylor, Little Ricky Thompson April 13 — Arlan Wilson April 14 — Coy Tucker, Phil Harden April 15 — Peggy McNabb, Terry Johnson, Carlous West, Bennie Burnett April 16 — Clarince Knighten**, Presleigh Smith April 17 — Brandi Horton, Atha Edens, Mona Fay Price** April 18 — Isaiah Ray Files, Daniel Crabtree, Larry Howard April 19 — Jesse Rinehart, Sarah Chiles April 20 — Emily Warren, Stevi Caldwell, Leigh-Anna Qualls, Grant & Ginger Qualls* *Anniversary **Deceased

The Allen Advocate PO Box 465 - Allen OK 74825-0465 (580)857-2687 • e-mail allennews@aol.com Dayna Robinson - Owner

The Allen Advocate (USPS 543600) is published weekly each Thursday at 101 S Easton, Allen, OK 74825

POSTMASTER Send address changes to The Allen Advocate, PO Box 465, Allen, OK 74825 www.allennewspaper.com

tions many years ago—during the 30’s—something called “The Great Depression.” The economic setback had been so severe during that time that some people actually starved to death and many of our young men were deemed to be unfit for military service because of malnutrition-related health problems. That generation was also frequently described as “lost.” In a short time this same generation had overcome this worse economic failure in history—the same people that rose to the occasion and won World War II and then came home and built the greatest economic machine in the history of the world. They were the same ones who gave us the internet and went to the moon—and back. They built the interstate highways and we soared to new levels of prosperity and freedom—becoming the envy of the world. Our kids have fought their way through all sorts of social and family disruptive influences, withstood the annoying decay of TV and Hollywood which seems to have poisoned the very essence of America with their attacks on morals, God and Country. If you listen to the “Main Stream Media” you would not only hear that these things are happening but a done thing. You would hear our kids are illiterate and our teachers are graduating people who can’t even read. Yet, somehow through all this,

our education system is still the envy of the world, producing workers that still outperform all others. Yep. I saw a lot of good things in Oklahoma City last week. I saw thousands of good looking, clean cut kids working for a better future for them and for America. I saw our own Allen delegation excelling and taking charge of things—winning elections

and succeeding. I saw many teachers, teachers like our own Katrina Lewis, working above and beyond the call of duty seeing to it that our kids at least have a good crack at freedom, success and prosperity—just like we did. I have great hopes for this generation. Have a great weekend and be sure and support our kids, their school and their teams. They deserve it. And be sure and go to church this Sunday. Wayne Bullard, DPh waynebullard@sbcglobal.net

How will you pay for retirement? Let’s talk. Taylor P Howard Financial Advisor

1500 Hoppe Blvd Suite 11 Ada, OK 74820 580-436-1632

Member SIPC

www.edwardjones.com

Allen Vet Clinic 1/4 Mile East of Allen Quick Pic - Hwy 1 (580)857-2991 Cell (580)421-5936 Open 8 to 5 Monday - Thursday • 9 to 1 Friday & Saturday

Time to guard your pets against fleas and ticks WE NOW CARRY COMFORTIS BRAND

LARGE & SMALL ANIMALS

We have a variety of products to keep your animals safe! Tim Costner, D.V.M

Have You Gone Buggy? Call

X-treme

PEST CONTROL

(405)382-8800

This time of year you may have problems with mice, spiders and ants. We can put and end to those problems.

Plus we are your first step to a beautiful lawn

ask us about our weed and insect eradication program for your yard Free Termite Inspection • Military & Senior Discount

Ask About Refilling Prescriptions online at

License Plates

$9.99

All Mustang Jewelry

$5.99

www.allencommunitypharmacy.com

Allen

200 N Easton • Allen (580) 857-2492

Dave Campbell, Pharm. D.

COMMUNITY PHARMACY

Allen Rural Family HEALTH CLINIC

200 N. Easton • Allen • (580)857-1300 Walk-ins Always

Welcome!!! Monday 8 to 4 • Tuesday 9 to 4 • Wednesday 9 to 4 • Thursday 8 to 4 • Friday 8 to 12 New Office Hours beginning July 18:


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 6

Protesters pick Allen crossing as site of protest Now Accepting New Patients!

n atio rs c o eL Yea Sam er 15 ov for

Office Hours Mon - Fri 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Close at noon on Thursday

AllenMichelle Health Clinic Barlow, D.O. Board Certified in Family Practice 202 W. Broadway • Allen, OK • (580)857-2424 • (866)966-0664

Most insurance accepted

We Resize Rings All repairs done in shop

Diamond Shop 100 E Main - Ada - (580)332-0457 Open Monday - Friday 10 to 5:30 Saturday 10 to 5

Ms. Zorn chained herself to a piece of equipment used on the pipeline construction. In an attempt to disrupt crews and draw attention to the 1,179 mile TransCanada Keystone pipeline as it goes thru Hughes County, protesters gathered Tuesday morning, April 9th, carrying picket signs and effectively stopping the work being done east of Allen. The $5.3 billion pipeline is designed to ship crude oil from Canadian tar sands to refineries on the Gulf Coast and in the Midwest. When completed, the pipeline will carry up to 830,000 barrels

Robinson Family AUTO

ur o y or f e r cles a c t We vehi & ou de i s n i

SALES

ASE Certified Technician on Duty

See us for:

• Oil Changes • Tires • Flats Fixed • Detailing

COUPON

$20off

All Transmission Flushes

WITH THIS COUPON

We know you will be happy with our Sales & Service

Come by and see us!!

Let our helpful sales staff show you around our large selection of late model, pre-owned cars and trucks

ROBINSON FAMILY AUTO SALES 400 E. Highway • Holdenville, OK 74848 OPEN Mon - Fri 8 to 6 & Sat 8 to 12 noon 405-379-3169

(next to McDonald’s in Holdenville)

We sell with pride & service with integrity

of oil each day. S upporters of the project say it would create approximately 16,000 jobs (9,000 construction jobs and 7,000 manufacturing positions) and reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil. O pponents of the pipline worry about possible impact on the environment and dismiss claims that the pipeline would help boost the economy. Critics contend that the crude oil passing through the line could contain oil sands, which could corrode the transmission line and lead to spills. The TransCanada company contends that the oil will not corrode the pipeline. O ne 79-year old woman locked herself to a piece of heavy machinery to halt work

on the pipeline. Using a bicycle-lock around her neck, she attached herself directly to a massive earthmover known as an excavator. Members of the Atwood Fire Department were called in with their Jaw-of-Life tool to cut the chain and free the woman. When the machine was unable to cut thru the lock without causing discomfort to the woman, she gave firemen the key to the lock and the chain was removed. She was removed from the scene by Hughes county deputies. Ms. Zorn has been released from Hughes County Jail on a $250 bail after being charged with trespassing. The Allen protest is just one of several staged by the small group of individuals seeking to delay construction of the pipeline.


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 7

Sale runs April 11 thru April 17

Allen Fo od Center Downtown Allen • 857-2627 •Store Hours 8 to 7 Monday - Saturday : Sundays 12 to 5 • Movie Rental • We accept SNAP Benefits • Fidelity Express bill pay • WIC Approved • VISA • MasterCard • Amex • Discover Accepted • Money Orders • Senior Citizen Discount Wednesdays Shur Savings

Vegetables

ShurSaving

Shur Saving All Purpose

- Cut Green Beans - Whole Kernel or - Cream Style Corn

Shur Saving Granulated

Sugar

Mac ‘n Cheese Dinner

1

3 1 2 5 99 3 2 99 Flour

$

for

ShurSaving

¢

5 Lb Bag

ShurSavings

99

Salad Dressing

24 roll pkg

ShurSavings

Soft Cookies

99

¢

select 8.9 oz

ShurSavings

Potato Chips

Fruit Squeezers

2 liter Bottle

ShurSavings Hominy, Sweet Peas or Carrots

ShurSavings

Vegetable Oil $ 99

99 2 1 $

¢

Liquid Bleach

ShurSavings

Mustard 16 oz

gal

48 oz Bottle

White Vinegar $ 79

1

89

$

16 oz bag

1

14 oz can

ShurSaving

Shur Saving

2445 $

79

¢

¢

6 roll pkg

ShurSavings

Soda Pop

select 16 oz varieties

99

$

4 Lb Bag

Shurfine

ShurSaving

Paper Towels

Bathroom Tissue

$

3

$

99

$

¢

Gal

MORE DAIRY AND FROZEN

Shurfine

24 $

Chunk or Shredded Cheese

8 oz pkg

24

Shurfine

Ice Cream

$

56 oz Square Carton

$

Shurfine

Orange Juice

1

99 1/2 Gal

89

Pizza ShurSavings

6 1/2 oz

¢

QUALITY FRESH PRODUCE Fancy Seedless - Red - Green - Black

Grapes

$

1

Fancy Red Ripe

California Fancy Iceberg

99

Lettuce

Lb

99

¢

Strawberries

Head

choice fresh meat Lean Boneless

London Broil $

3

Choice Certified Hereford

Ground Round $ 85% Fat Free

Shurfine

Meat Bologna, Garlic Bologna or Pickle Loaf

Boneless Center Cut

Lean Boneless Top

89

Round Roast

$

Lb

Lean Boneless Center Cut

Pork Chops 59 $ 99

3 1

$ 39 12 oz

2

Lb

Lb

Shurfine

Meat Wiener 12 oz

99

24 $

1 Lb carton

1/2 Pork Loin 99 $ 49

2 2 Lb

Advance Breaded

Chicken Breast, Nuggets $ or Strips

4

Bar-S

99

¢

26 $

12 oz Pkg

Corn Dogs

$

56 oz

Shurfine Quality Sliced

Bacon

Lb

Shur Savings

3

99 3 Lb box

Smoked Sausage original or polish

$

1

69 12 oz Pkg


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 8

Allen Seniors enjoy an evening of Country Elegance

Zack Conley & Kimberly Whipple Tre’ Stick & Kinsey Brown

Kyla McGee & Scott Manuel

Heather McCarn & Quenton Gordon

Erin Warren, Lesley Rinehart & Cheyenne Nickell

Shelby Merriman & John Stone


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 9

Allen Seniors enjoy an evening of Country Elegance

Beyla Skelton & Dillon Holder

Robert McMillan & Ashton Huffstutlar

Heather McCarn & Katie Back Next week, the Junior prom pictures will be published Matthew McCarn & Bailey Hargus


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013-PAGE 10

Top hat and tails and lovely ladies had these two couples looking good at the 2013 AHS Prom. Left to right, Hailee Alcaida, Justin Deaton, Conner Johnson and Jacklyn Deaton.

Allen High School Honor Roll 3rd Nine Weeks Superintendent’s Roll C ole Young, Taryn Wofford, Britten Wallace, Jessica

Spencer, Beyla Skelton, Alison Sells, Joshua Remis, Jordan Remis, Rachel Reid, Miranda Raney, Shelby Merriman,

206 S Cleveland – Allen 3 bedroom brick home, large lot, big shade trees, carpet, $57,000 1350 sq ft. well maintained 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, nice size bonus room, central h/a, large fenced-in back yard, detached double covered carport, storage bldg reduced to $85,900

308 West Broadway – Allen

RINEHART REALTY.NET For All Your Real Estate Needs 816 ARLINGTON - ADA, OKLAHOMA - (580)436-4662

Eric Pierce, Associate

Cell (580)399-7106 • Day (580)857-2627 • Night (580)857-2824

• 2008 Chevrolet 2500 Crew Cab 4x4, 6.6 Duramax with Allison transmission, power windows & locks, remote start. • 2007 Pontiac G6 auto, power windows & locks, remote start - 2 to choose from • 2007 Chrysler Sebring Power windows & locks • 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser leather, loaded, turbo-charged - 3 to choose from •2007 Yamaha 1700 Roadstar Motorcycle Excellent Condition. Loaded with upgrades. only

9,000 miles

2012 Impala LTZ

leather, sun roof, loaded • 2007 Dodge 3500 Quad Cab 4x4, 6.7 Cummins Diesel, auto, loaded!

• 2003 Chevy Malibu, keyless entry, power windows, power locks — 2 TO CHOOSE FROM • 2003 Chevy Tahoe, 4x4, loaded, leather, DVD • 2005 Ford Taurus, power windows, power locks

• 2005 Dodge Caravan, third row stow & go seating, 82,000 miles • 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8, 6-speed, leather,

Easy Financing & Approval* Down Payments as low as $500 Monthly payment as low as $150 *WAC, not all customers will qualify, no warrant expressed or app ied, see sales consultant for exact deta ls of your specific transaction. Prices do not include or reflect state tax, tag or license fees.

Salvador Martinez, Charlea Leonard, Jared Knighten, Conner Johnson, Auston Hamilton, Audrey Fawcett, Jennie Evett, Logan Dennis, Emilee Costner, Cole Bryen, Thomas Boyd, Tessa Black, Meagan Beavert, Chance Allred, Hailee Alcaida Principal’s Roll Daniel Mead, Mikaela Madron, Kennedy Prentice, Hannah Heck, Wyatt Deaton, Layne Cross, Drew Back, Michael Stick, Shelby Greenhill, Kaitlyn Back, Erin Warren, Samantha Moore, Matthew McCarn, Jaret Holland, Ashton Huffstutlar, Leonard Finney, Amery Dickerson, Jaime Allred, Thirkiel Wedlow, Shawn Rolen, Jess Musgraves, Fancy Holder, Alycia Evans, Colten Browning, Savannah Brown, Heather McCarn, Emily Wade, Cierra Melton, Kaley McNeely, Tommy Peay, Jessi Merriman, Kelly Osborne, Meagan Lively, Stormi Harden, Ashley Shelby Greenhill and her friend, Alexis Slaughter, had a great Cross, Zayne Erickson, Justin time at Saturday’s prom. Moore

Allen Junior High Honor Roll

3rd Nine Weeks Superintendent’s Roll Austin Bailey, Kellyn Black, Laney Deaton, Taelor Diener, Isabel Finney, Abby Gaines, Samantha Hammonds, Taylor Johnson, Grace Laden, Laura Lafave, Emily Smith, Garrett Wallis, Tanner Wofford Principal’s Roll Coleten Griffith, Jonathan Bailey, Caitlen Riddle, Faith Caldwell, Mikael Morrison, Kayla Lawler, Tiffany Johnson, Tanner Jarrett, Colby Eaker, Chelsea Wedlow, OkeTw’Sha Roberts, Rush Black, Sydney Payne, Mark Huitt, Kaylee Huffstutlar, Brandi Thompson, Trep Leonard, Jacob Boyd, Braylee Dickerson

FFA Plant Sale

The Allen FFA will be holding their annual plant sale on Monday and Tuesday, April 15th and 16th, at the Ag Building (the old Armory Building) on East Paul Street. The sale will be held from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and plants available include several varieties of tomatoes and peppers.

Lane Mills escorted Rayleigh Beck to the prom.


Classifieds Jim Thetford Auction is back!

Monday Evenings – 5:30 pm Holdenville To consign call

405-221-0535

Carolyn’s Hair Shop

Located West of Allen 1.5 miles on Francis Road Call for Appointments

857-2828

Osborn Tree Service

Trimming or Full Removal With Stump Grinding Licensed – Bonded – Insured

FREE ESTIMATES

Now selling seasoned firewood $65 per rick

(580) 399-4499

JimLock Storage MINI STORAGE UNITS 3 sizes to choose from

(405) 645-2457

For Rent

FOR RENT — 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, CH&A, carport & shed, fenced yard. No Pets. 902 East Lexington. (405) 414-5679

For Sale

HOME FOR SALE —3 Bedroom house on 27 acres with 2 out buildings. Located 2 miles east of Allen. Call (580) 559-9163 after 5 pm. TRACTOR FARM EQUIPMENT and backhoe parts and repair service. Available at Price Farm Equipment, 8104 Hwy. 9, Wetumka. (405) 452-3244 NEW PROGRAM. $0 down with your land or family land. EZ approval by phone. Free 50” flat screen. Trade-ins welcome. Call today 866-764-3200 WAC

Seminole Nation Gaming Enterprise is looking for notable people to join our team of all positions, all locations! Apply at the

Administration office, 2005 W Wrangler Blvd. ste. B, Seminole, OK 9am-4pm M-F

The Gun Store 100 N. Hinckley Holdenville 24 (405) 379-3331

k oforAp i Cash Gold y & o dSilver the lin Coins ads or

ww.ok -r Sell ss.co – /o Trade an - CHO Buy

A SEMINOLE NATION ENTERPRISE

TRADING POST A SEMINOLE NATION ENTERPRISE

CURRENT TEACHER OR WISHING TO BECOME AN ARKANSAS TEACHER?

2013 Educators Career Fair Saturday, April 20, 2013 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Metroplex/Team Summit Event Center (Clear Channel Complex) 10800 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock, AR 72204

This exciting event provides a tremendous amount of information and assistance with: • Arkansas School Districts • Non-Traditional Programs - Employment - Master of Arts in Teaching - Arkansas Professional Pathway • University Traditional Programs to Educator Licensure

To register, please visit: www.TeachArkansas.org. Questions? Call 501-683-1088.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE/PAYROLL/ BOOKKEEPER/REPRESENTATIVES?

Looking for an Exciting, Part Time opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment? Look No Further. Our company is hiring a Bookkeeper, Payroll and Pay Receiver. Contact scottbaker008@gmail.com for more info

For the best night sleep you ever had, try our Tempur-Ergo Fully adjustable massage system

Come in and try it out today

st Loweces Pri able! l Avai

12 MONTHS SAME AS CASH On approved credit. See Store for details.

T&W Mon-Sat 10-7 • Sun 12-5

No Interest 12 Months WAC www.americasmattressofoklahoma.com

• Alignment • Brake Repair • Shocks / Struts • 4-Wheel Alignment

FREE DELIVERY SET UP & REMOVAL With a purchase of a Tempur-Pedic Sleep Systems.

MEGA STORE 4903 N. Union • East of Walmart Shawnee • 273-0655

Tire

• Front End Repair • AC - Heater Repair • Farm Service • Emergency Road Service

500 East Main - Ada (580)332-5145

RICK’S TANK TRUCK SERVICE

Is looking to hire qualified drivers in the Calvin area to drive at night. Yard is located south of Calvin on Highway 75. You must have a Class A CDL, be 21-years-old, and have at least one year tank truck driving experience.

$16.25 per hour Average 60 hours Benefits Available

Please call Matt at (580) 399-5608

DOUBLE YOUR TAX REFUND UP TO $5,000!!! Use refund and receive a VISA gift card with new home purchase. No refund, use your land/family land for ZERO down. Don’t prejudge credit. EZ qualify by phone. WAC. (405) 631-7600 or (405) 635-4338.

Garage Sales

MOVING SALE — Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 7 am to ?? 302 Center Street in Black’s Addition. 20-year Coca-Cola collection, plus-size women’s clothes, 10-14 size girl’s clothes, and lots of household items. AT W O O D B A P T I S T CHURCH YOUTH BENEFIT GARAGE SALE — Saturday only, starting at 7:00 am, and followed by a Bean Supper at 5:30 pm at the Atwood Community Center.

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. CJ-2012-111 MARGARET COLEMAN, Plaintiff, -vsCHARLES MICHAEL WILLIAMS and ALISHA VASQUEZ, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION The State of Oklahoma to the said Defendant, Greetings; You, the said Defendant, Alisha Vasquez, will take notice that you have been sued in the above named Court in the above named and numbered cause for negligently causing an automobile accident on June 7, 2010 and you must answer Plaintiff’s petition filed herein on or before May 13, 2013, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment for said Plaintiff will be rendered against you in the principal amount of $12,293.31, plus court costs and attorney fees. Pontotoc County Court Clerk Ernestine Eubank By: s) B Meye de r Deputy ment (SEAL) s) D. No manWIDTH Easte , I, OBA#10788 CO UMN 3500 South Boulevard, Suite 14-B Edmond, OK 73013-5487 (405) 330-8008 Attorney for Plaintiff (Published in The AllenCURRENT Advocate EA on March 28, April 4 and 11, 2013)

Edu LEGAL 2013 NOTICE Sat

IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR 10 PONTOTOC COUNTY This excit STATE OF OKLAHOMA No. PB-2013-24 Ar nsas S oo Distr In the Matter of the Estate of KENE l y NETH DOYLE HARDEN, also known as • Un rsity radition l P KENNETH D. HARDEN, also known as KENNETH HARDEN, Deceased. o egis NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors of Kenneth Doyle Harden, also known as Kenneth D. Harden, also known as Kenneth Harden, Deceased. All creditors having claims against Kenneth Doyle Harden, also known as Kenneth d. Harden, also known as Kenneth Harden, Deceased, are required to present the same, with a description of all security interests and other collateral (if any) held by each creditor with respect to such claim, to the named Personal Representative, c/o Kenneth R. Johnson, 130 East 14th Street, Drawer 1690, Ada, OK 74820 on or before the following presentment date: June 10, 2013 or the same will be forever barred. DATED this the 3rd day of April, 2013. s) Norine G. Harden Personal Representative Kenneth R. Johnson 130 East 14th/Drawer 1690 Ada, OK 74820 (580) 332-2558 Attorney for Personal Representative (Published in The Allen Advocate on April 4 and 11, 2013)

Is Your Broker Giving You the Cold Shoulder? At Edward Jones, the level of service you receive depends on your personal needs and preferences, not on the size of your investment portfolio. If you’d like to experience exceptional personal service, consider Edward Jones. We offer solutions for all your financial needs. Get to know us.

Call today to schedule a free portfolio review. Peggy L Allen

Financial Advisor 112 North Broadway Holdenville, OK 74848 405-379-7024

www.edwardjones.com

Member SIPC

THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 11

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. CV-2013-41 MELISSA LYNN ROLLINS, Plaintiff, vs. The Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisees, Trustees, and Assigns, and the unknown Successors of GARY NEILSON SPANN, deceased, and; R. DARRELL FISHER, if living, or if deceased, his unknown successors, and THE VILLAGE BANK, if in existence, or if dissolved, it’s officers or unknown successors, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: The heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees and assigns, and the unknown successors of Gary Neilson Spann, deceased; R. Darryl Fisher, if living, or if deceased, his unknown successors; and The Village Bank, if in existence, or if dissolved, it’s officers or unknown successors. You the Defendants above named are hereby notified that you have been sued by the above named Plaintiff in the above entitled action in the District Court of Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, and that you must answer the Petition filed by Plaintiff in said case on or before the 23rd day of May, 2013, or said Petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly in favor of Plaintiff and against Defendants above named in said action, quieting title to the following described real property in Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit: All of Lot 1 and the E/2 of Lots 2 and 3, Alta Vista Addition, Ada, Oklahoma, according to the recorded plat and survey thereof, and judicially determining the heirship of Gary Neilson Spann, deceased. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court this 10th day of April, 2013. ERNESTINE EUBANK, COURT CLERK BY: s/P. Weaver Deputy Gregory S. Taylor, Attorney for Plaintiff OBA #8863 115 S. Broadway P.O. Box 1737 Ada, OK 74821 580/332-7717 (Published in The Allen Advocate on April 11, 18 and 25, 2013)

JACK SHERRY REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS 101 N. Hinckley

Holdenville

405-379-3977 Jack Sherry cell:405-221-1325

Michelle Miller Jack Sherry

Michelle Miller

Owner/Broker

Sales Associate

cell:405-221-1070

Nancy Sherry

Nancy Sherry

Broker Associate

State, National & Global Exposure

Cell: 405-380-6517

For complete list of all listings, go to www.jsherryrealestate.com • www.realtor.com

MLS - member of the Shawnee Board Multilist “Members of OKMAR - Oklahoma City Metro Area Realtors”

If it’s Real Estate We Can Sell It! - Acreages - Farms - Residential - Commercial

Welch Real Estate and Auction Service

(405)379-3331 100 N Hinckley - Holdenville TOJames BEC Welch, MEWelch, James Broker Broker- (405)380-7988 (405 )379 988

JoDawna Smith, Sales Associate (405)379-6413 ors Care Fair Brenda Welch, r Sales Associate 379-8044 - Cell (405)380-8188 R

- WANTED ex)

er

7220

Sellers of Rural Property All Types Needed.

us amount of t a s a hing ofe n to Educator L cen ure

We now offer home warranties to our buyers and sellers.

Scott McCormack Cell 580-310-4389

West of Ada on Hwy 3W • (580)436-5033

Thank You for your patronage & support! Stockers & Feeder • Pairs, Cows & Bulls

Wednesdays starting at 9:00 a.m. Average Report for 03/27/2013 Total Head: 1325 Steers

315-345 .............................$196.00-$209.00 360-390 .............................$188.00-$195.00 413-445 .............................$176.00-$186.00 450-499 .............................$162.00-$176.00 508-545 .............................$149.00-$157.00 550-568 .............................$149.00-$158.50 610-615 ...........................................$145.00 655-657 .............................$134.50-$140.50 761-787 .............................$129.00-$130.50 923................................................... $119.00

1 HEIFERS

310-348 .......................... $169.00-$174.00 380-395 .......................... $169.00-$176.00 400-446 .......................... $158.00-$164.00 455-479 .......................... $158.00-$161.50 500-546 .......................... $143.00-$159.50 573-587 .......................... $141.00-$147.00 603.................................................$134.00 615.................................................$129.50 653.................................. $122.00-$125.00 787.................................................$118.50 808-816 .......................... $122.00-$127.00

RINEHART REALTY.NET For All Your Real Estate Needs 816 ARLINGTON - ADA, OKLAHOMA - (580)436-4662 Broker, Thurman Rinehart - 421-2271 Eric Pierce - 399-7106

Larry Lee - 310-2305 Jennifer Wallace - 235-7480 Out of Town - 1-800-776-5608

INVESTMENT PROPERTY Make Offer On One Or All - Will Look At Any Offer

~ 400 N. LEONARD — 3 BDSOLD Home with detached extra living quarters. $37,500 ~ 403 EAST B. STREET — 3BD mobile home. $10,000 ~ 307 S. DENVER — 2 BD 2 SOLD Bath mobile home. $11,000 ~ 704 E. LEE — 2 BD 1 BathSOLD $29,000 ~ 3 BD HOME on 17 acres — Oven, range, dishwasher, Whirlpool tub, wood fenced backyard, carport, storage bldg, quanset hut kit. 4012 N 3725 Rd, Allen. $148,900 ~ ALLEN — 409 South 10th 3 BD1 Bath, 110x140 lot with cellar. SOLD $25,000 ~ 10 ACRES — Byng School District. $17,000 ~ 53 ACRE HAY MEADOW — 15 miles out of Ada on 3W. $106,000 SOLD REDUCED $93,600 ~ 4 BED 2.5 BATH —On 26 acres between Allen & Francis. $192,000 ~ 3 BED 2 BATH — 1344 sq ft 1978 doublewide mobile home on 140x125 lot. 200 West 7th, Stratford $65,000 ~ BYNG SCHOOL DISTRICT — 10 Acres. $17,000 ~ ALLEN — 308 W. Broadway. 1352 sq ft, 2 BD 1.5 bath, CH&A, built 1998 on 100x120 lot. Very well landscaped. Double carport. $89,900 REDUCED $85,900 ~ SASAKWA — 49 wooded acres with 30x60 shop building, water well, two ponds and older house (needs remodeling). $110,000 ~ PICKETT — 3 BR 1 bath, CH&A, large carport, large fenced backyard. $85,000 REDUCED $75,000 ~ ADA — Commercial Buildings. Two 1250 sq ft buildings, 10x10 building, 12x13 building. Good place for mechanic or other types of business.


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 12

Pontotoc County Commissioners Proceedings

March 2013 March 4, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a regularly scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 9:00 AM on February 22, 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, Fred Combs, Shelly Williams, Chad Letellier, Glenda Gonderman, John Christian, Art Lawler, and Ron Brown. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve February 25, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Fred Combs, CB Commercial Construction, discussed being added to Pontotoc County’s six month bid list for bridge construction. Also, has a four man crew that has been working through CED #4 as a contractor. When CB Construction gets approved by ODOT for CIRB projects will be able to bid on full construction projects. Tabled discussion regarding total capital needs summary and five year plan for SODA. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Lula Volunteer Fire Department’s REAP 13-051 grant invoice for John’s Small Engine for $1,002.98. All aye. Shelly Williams with Oklahoma Department of Transportation discussed agreement with Pontotoc County, Resolution #13-57. This resolution will re-engineer intersection SH-19/SH-3 and County Road 3530. Intersection is rated #3 in the County for accidents. Chickasaw Nation is helping with funding, and the County will have no cost for this construction. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #13-57, agreement between Pontotoc County and Oklahoma Department of Transportation in making intersection modifications to SH-19/SH-3 and County Road 3530. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Resolution #13-58, disposal of equipment for Treasurer’s office, Hewlett Packard Printing serial #CNDXBO2352 inventory #62-C-239-13. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Resolution #13-59, disposal of equipment for Treasurer’s office, Hewlett Packard Printer serial #CNDXBP2349 inventory #62C-239-14. All aye. Discussion regarding notification letter to County Clerk’s office to cancel March 18, 2013 meeting. No action. Approved claims. Approved transfers: T2C to T3 $20,000.00 T2C to T1B $1,000.00 ZEM1A to ZEM2 $224.00 ZEM5 to ZEM2 $687.66 Approved monthly reports. Approved monthly appropriations: Z911 $86.11 Z C O U RT $6,363.81 ZAP $13,560.50 ZEM $987.79 ZLODGE $15,542.85 M D $1,931.00 ZSALESTAX $313,831.06 ZREVOLVE $189.00 H W Y $346,858.97 ZJUV $2,966.66 Z P R E SERVE $3,415.00 S C T $22,183.77 ZUSE $14,755.80 Z L I E N $2,628.00 ZRP $8,260.67 ZLAW $2,403.39 Z S A L E $5.06 ZMT $615.00 Z C H S E C $1,627.84 ZCOMM $20,615.53 Z S F $37,268.07 Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve February 2013 meeting minutes for publication. All aye. Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 4190-4195, 4208 General 4196-4198 Approved purchase orders for payment: ZTAX: 28, SCHWANDT, CORRINE, 3 4 0 . 9 3 , R E F U N D ; Z C O U RT: 1 0 3 , TREAT S SOLUTIONS, 84.50, SPLY; 104, TREAT S SOLUTIONS, 163.41, SPLY;ZCOMMISSARY: 24, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 4795.55, SPLY;GENERAL: 976, A T & T, 244.44, PHONE; 977, EMBASSY SUITES, 168.00, HOTEL; 978, A T & T, 138.91, PHONE; 979, A T & T, 71.71, PHONE; 980, OAKFIELD A P PA R AT U S , 2 5 . 9 0 , S P LY; 9 8 1 , CANNON FINANCIAL SERVICES INC, 198.00, REMITTANCE; 982, W P S INC, 685.50, SERVICE; 983, EMBASSY SUITES, 252.00, TRAVEL; 984, ALLEN ADVOCATE, 133.00, PUBLICATION; 985, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 889.60, REMITTANCE; 986, O G & E, 90.54, SPL; 987, O G & E, 25.67, SERVICE; 988, W P S INC, 149.00, SPLY; 989, U S ALERT LLC, 35.99, SERVICE; 990, A T & T, 142.45, PHONE;HIGHWAY: 1799, EMBASSY SUITES, 252.00, HOTEL; 1800, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 276.00, SPLY; 1801, DOLESE BROS, 566.55, RD MAT; 1802, DOLESE BROS, 679.09, SPLY; 1803, DOLESE BROS, 281.79, SPLY; 1804, FOREHAND S GARAGE, 590.00, SPLY; 1805, M H C KENWORTH, 18.07, SPLY; 1806, M H C KENWORTH, 8.14, SPLY; 1807, NAPA OF ADA, 44.88, SPLY; 1808, NAPA OF ADA, 65.88, SPLY; 1809, VISION BANK, 2972.39, LEASE; 1810, EMBASSY SUITES, 252.00, HOTEL; 1811, A T & T, 53.14, PHONE; 1812, ADA TROPHY, 30.00, SPLY; 1813, B & S SANITATION, 4 5 . 0 0 , S P LY; 1 8 1 4 , C H A P R E L L DODGE, 218.75, SPLY; 1815, DUB ROSS COMPANY, 3297.00, SPLY; 1816, FENTRESS OIL CO., 5849.02, FUEL; 1817, FENTRESS OIL CO., 2267.58, FUEL; 1818, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 378.50, SPLY; 1819, KINDRICK & CO., 65.25, SPLY; 1820, RAILROAD YARD, INC., 10941.04, SPLY; 1821, RED ROCK PIT, 538.40, RD MAT; 1822, RED ROCK PIT, 349.05, SPLY; 1823, RED ROCK PIT, 348.70, SPLY; 1824, RURAL GAS COMPANY, 498.00, SPLY; 1825, SPENCER MACHINE WORKS, 19.00, SPLY; 1826, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 36.44, SPLY; 1827, T & W TIRE, 60.00, SPLY; 1828, T & W TIRE, 197.50, SPLY; 1829, T & W TIRE, 207.50, SPLY; 1830, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 325.78, SPLY; 1831, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 423.10, PARTS; 1832, CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERV, 3499.78, LEASE; 1833, VISION BANK, 2675.18, LEASE; 1834, EMBASSY SUITES, 252.00, HOTEL;

1835, BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES, 565.13, SPLY; 1836, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 269.96, SPLY; 1837, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 887.80, SPLY; 1838, FENTRESS OIL CO., 6474.06, FUEL; 1839, FENTRESS OIL CO., 2408.42, FUEL; 1840, MINERS EQUIPMENT, 1174.75, SPLY; 1841, O S U CONFERENCE SERVICES, 200.00, REMITTANCE; 1842, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 19.98, SPLY; 1843, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 15.99, SPLY; 1844, SEAL MASTERS INC, 1645.60, SPLY; 1845, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 105.00, SPLY; 1846, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 35.99, SPLY; 1847, T D S TELECOM, 182.75, SPLY; 1848, EMPIRE FINANCIAL SERVICES OF TULSA LLC, 1882.41, LEASE; 1849, CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERV, 1749.89, LEASE; 1850, VISION BANK, 6525.57, LEASE; 1851, JAMES SUPPLIES & RENTAL CO., 2500.95, SPLY; 1852, JENNINGS S TO N E , 5 0 0 0 . 0 0 , S P LY; S E N I O R CITIZENS TRANS: 287, ANDERSON, TORRI WINTER, 60.80, SAL; 288, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 79.13, SERVICE; 289, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 12.41, SERVICE; 290, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 150.00, SERVICE; 291, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 30.23, SPLY; 292, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 47.52, SPLY;HEALTH: 226, BURRIS, KAREN, 124.30, TRAVEL; 227, AM SAN, 253.62, SPLY; 228, U S CELLULAR, 183.39, PHONE;RESALE PROPERTY: 77, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 70.00, REGISTRATION; 78, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 70.00, REGISTRATION; 79, LOLLAR, ANITA LOUISE, 115.00, TRAVEL; 80, RHYNES, JAMES TRAVIS, 234.78, TRAVEL; 81, MARTOM PARTNERS, 474.00, REFUND;SHERIFF FEES: 474, CHRISTIAN, JOHN G., 165.75, TRAVEL; 475, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 2186.80, REMITTANCE; 476, CROWELL LOCK & SAFE, 65.00, SERVICE;COUNTY CLERK MECH LIENS: 65, EMBASSY SUITES, 252.00, HOTEL; 66, W P S INC, 441.33, SERVICE;AGRI PLEX: 315, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 63.80, SPLY; 316, HISLE BROS. INC., 20.64, SPLY; 317, O G & E, 3214.47, SERVICE;ZSALE: 72, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 264.69, REMITTANCE; 73, OK DEPT OF LABOR, 100.00, SERVICE;EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: 43, CABLE ONE, 119.50, REMITTANCE; 44, VOLVO RENTS, 924.00, SPLY;ZHPG: 9, DELFRATE, TERRY, 1715.00, SPLY;” Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to adjourn. All aye. March 11, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a regularly scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 9:00 AM on March 8, 2013 at 301 S. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Justin Roberts, Randy Floyd, and Tammy Brown were present for the meeting. The following guests attended: Kendall Wallace, Matt Goodson, Glenda Gonderman, Chad Letellier, Charles Roos, Fob Jones, and Joe Hill. Motion by Floyd, second by Starns, to approve March 4, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve vacating the roads that Mr. Jones has described in District #3 and post a hearing date of May 13, 2013, at which time we will also hear public concerns with Techni-Sand as documented in January 13, 2013 minutes. Mr. Jones represents Roo’s Ranch and states the petition has merit and roads should be closed. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to table the capital needs summary and five year plan for SODA. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve the District Attorney’s Proclamation for Sexual Assault Awareness for the Month of April and declaring April 5, 2013 as wear teal day. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to table awarding bid #13, District #3 purchasing a 2010 or newer backhoe with trade in option. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve reimbursing the following amounts out of Pontotoc County Tourism Association fund: $5,000.00 to Ray Stout Memorial Warbirds Fly-In and Air Show, $2,000.00 to Bertha Frank Teague Basketball Tournament, and $500.00 to Pontotoc County Coon Hunters Association. All aye. Discussion with Matt Goodson, CED #4, about approving the funding for (3) County Bridges Over Clear Boggy Creek BRF-162C(204)CO J/P 27267(04). The account can be set up and set up right of way and utility expenditures to possibly meet May 30, 2013 deadline. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #13-60, project agreement with Oklahoma Department of Transportation for District #3’s (3) County Bridges Over Clear Boggy Creek BRF-162C(204)CO J/P 27267(04). All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Resolution #13-61, agreement for administration of the Use Tax Resolution of the County of Pontotoc with the Oklahoma Tax Commission for tax collections beginning April 1, 2013. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Resolution #13-62, agreement for administration of the Sales Tax Resolution of the County of Pontotoc with the Oklahoma Tax Commission for tax collection beginning April 1, 2013. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to table Seaway Crude Pipeline Company, LLC’s proposed 30-inch pipeline and a request to Pontotoc County for a Temporary Driveway. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to table Seaway Crude Pipeline Company, LLC’s proposed 30-inch pipeline and a request to Pontotoc County for a County Road Crossing. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to table the Courthouse roof inspection. All aye. Approved claims. Approved monthly reports. Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 4302-4306, 4312 SCT 4307 ZAP 4308 Sheriff 4313-4322 Approved purchase orders for payment: ZTAX: 29, HEARRELL, MARILYN, 540.50, REFUND;ZCOMMISSARY: 25, GUDERIANS, 9092.39, SPLY;GENERAL: 991, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618,

82.50, SPLY; 992, CROWELL LOCK & SAFE, 22.30, SPLY; 993, DISCOUNT GUNS, 1654.12, SPLY; 994, FIVE STAR OFFICE SUPPLY 02, 10161.26, SPLY; 995, MANUELS COLLISION CENTER, 390.00, SERVICE; 996, SHIPMAN COMMUNICATIONS, 1515.00, SPLY; 997, SHIPMAN COMMUNICATIONS, 1034.76, SPLY; 998, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 479.32, SPLY; 999, TIP TOP C L E A N E R S , 1 2 . 0 0 , S P LY; 1 0 0 0 , VERSATILE NETWORKS, 4715.00, SPLY; 1001, XEROX CORPORATION, 722.27, SERVICE; 1002, ZACHARY S TINT SHOP, 180.00, SPLY; 1003, KELLEY, JANNA L EDWARDS, 696.65, TRAVEL; 1004, WALKER, BECKY, 320.36, TRAVEL; 1005, A C C O, 105.00, REGISTRATION; 1006, COUNTY CLERKS & DEPUTIES ASSOCIATION, 40.00, DUES; 1007, RELIABLE OFFICE SUPPLIES, 160.27, SPLY; 1008, SECRETARY OF STATE/ NOTARY, 25.00, NOTARY APPLICATION FEE; 1009, CABLE ONE, 105.95, SPLY; 1010, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 413.00, SPLY; 1011, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 211.32, SPLY; 1012, O G & E, 132.06, SERVICE; 1013, OK JUVENILE JUSTICE SERV. INC., 162.82, JUV DET; 1014, CULLIGAN, 166.31, SERVICE; 1015, O G & E, 1428.06, SERVICE; 1016, O G & E, 227.23, SERVICE; 1017, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 270.61, REMITTANCE; 1018, P E C, 20.15, SPLY; 1019, U S POSTMASTER, 230.00, SPLY;HIGHWAY: 1853, STARNS, GARY, 124.30, TRAVEL; 1854, BARRETT S AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, 402.73, SPLY; 1855, BERT S HYDRAULICS, 55.00, SPLY; 1856, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 276.00, SPLY; 1857, C L BOYD, 155.78, SPLY; 1858, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 761.69, SPLY; 1859, DOLESE BROS, 1080.56, SPLY; 1860, DOLESE BROS, 278.26, SPLY; 1861, DOLESE BROS, 1114.23, SPLY; 1862, DOLESE BROS, 847.79, RD MAT; 1863, DC IGNITION, 165.00, MAINT; 1864, FEEZEL, A L, 200.00, SPLY; 1865, GRISSOMS, 26.00, SPLY; 1866, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 101.00, SPLY; 1867, J B LUMBER, 66.37, MAINT; 1868, NAPA OF ADA, 170.34, SPLY; 1869, OK DISPOSAL & SANITATION, 61.61, SPLY; 1870, OK TAX COMMISSION, 130.50, TAG; 1871, P E C, 753.82, SPLY; 1872, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SPLY; 1873, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SPLY; 1874, RURAL GAS COMPANY, 1133.55, PROPANE; 1875, RURAL WATER DIST #7, 23.39, SPLY; 1876, SEAL MASTERS INC, 3381.40, RD MAT; 1877, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 18.45, SPLY; 1878, TRACTOR SUPPLY, 162.80, SPLY; 1879, ABC FIRST AID, 58.70, SPLY; 1880, ADAY, CAROLYN, 747.00, SPLY; 1881, BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES, 241.38, PARTS; 1882, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 563.56, SPLY; 1883, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 811.16, SPLY; 1884, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, 501.63, SPLY; 1885, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 57.98, MAINT; 1886, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 393.82, SPLY; 1887, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 113.72, PARTS; 1888, RAY S EQUIPMENT, 1450.00, SPLY; 1889, RAY S EQUIPMENT, 775.00, SPLY; 1890, RHYNES SURPLUS, 45.00, SPLY; 1891, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 150.00, SPLY; 1892, RURAL WATER DIST #8, 27.93, SERVICE; 1893, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 34.10, SPLY; 1894, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 495.20, MAINT; 1895, SOUTHERN OKLA TRUCK REPAIR, 17.22, SPLY; 1896, SPENCER MACHINE WORKS, 38.00, MAINT; 1897, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 328.04, SPLY; 1898, WARREN CAT, 267.82, MAINT; 1899, A C C O, 35.00, REGISTRATION; 1900, BARRETT S AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, 213.10, SPLY; 1901, CROWELL LOCK & SAFE, 23.85, MAINT; 1902, DC IGNITION, 145.00, SPLY; 1903, HASKELL LEMON CONSTRUCTION CO, 2237.83, SPL; 1904, LOCKE SUPPLY, 74.16, SPLY; 1905, RED ROCK PIT, 920.41, SPLY; 1906, RHYNES SURPLUS, 93.97, SPLY; 1907, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 7 5 . 0 0 , R E M I T TA N C E ; 1 9 0 8 , R S I COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SPLY; 1909, SABER TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT INC, 145.00, DRUG TEST; 1910, T & W TIRE, 36.00, SPLY; 1911, WARREN CAT, 137.68, SPLY; 1912, WARREN CAT, 29.40, MAINT; 1913, GREAT PLAINS KUBOTA, 50092.98, SPLY; 1914, GREAT PLAINS KUBOTA, 18032.62, SPLY; 1915, P E C, 491.59, SPLY;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 293, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 64.19, SPLY; 294, A T & T, 184.76, SPLY; 295, B & S SANITATION, 45.00, SERVICE; 296, FENTRESS OIL CO., 3094.70, SPLY; 297, O G & E, 208.32, SPLY; 298, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 113.33, SPLY; 299, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 47.99, SPLY;HEALTH: 229, OK STATE DEPT OF HEALTH, 5540.26, SPLY; 230, BURRIS, KAREN, 33.90, TRAVEL; 231, CARIKER, ANITA, 30.51, TRAVEL; 232, CABLE ONE, 53.00, SPLY; 233, MERCK, 1561.32, SERVICE; 234, TODD CHIROPRACTOR CENTER, 100.00, SERVICE; 235, UMB BANK CORP TRUST & ESCROW SER, 26771.14, REMITTANCE;SHERIFF FEES: 477, MICHAEL SINNETT, 36.00, TRANSP JUV; 478, SMITH, CONNIE, 296.90, TRAVEL; 479, BRANDON HURLEY, 36.00, TRANSP JUV; 480, JACOB CASTLEBERRY, 36.00, TRANSP JUV; 481, NICKERSON PLUMBING, 160.41, SPLY; 482, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 551.92, SPLY; 483, COMDATA, 166.16, SPLY; 484, CABLE ONE, 105.95, SPLY; 485, CABLE ONE, 152.95, SPLY; 486, FIVE STAR OFFICE SUPPLY 02, 2128.90, SPLY; 487, RHYNES SURPLUS, 74.99, SPLY; 488, RHYNES SURPLUS, 59.99, SPLY; 489, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 3429.01, SPLY; 490, NICKERSON PLUMBING, 45.00, SERVICE;COUNTY CLERK MECH LIENS: 67, COUNTY CLERKS & DEPUTIES ASSOCIATION, 65.00, REGISTRATION;AGRI PLEX: 318, STOLZ TELECOM, 98.00, SERVICE; 319, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 29.96, SPLY; 320, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 109.00, SPLY; 321, LOCKE SUPPLY, 45.88, SPLY; 322, HISLE BROS. INC., 2597.48, SPLY; 323, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 427.46, SPLY; 324, CABLE ONE, 99.95, SERVICE; 325, CULLIGAN, 30.00, SPLY;ZSALE: 74, EASTERN OKLA YOUTH SERVICES, 209.25, JUV DET; 75, O G & E, 611.78, REMITTANCE; 76, CABLE ONE, 99.95, SERVICE;EMERGENCY

MANAGEMENT: 45, FENTRESS OIL CO., 226.76, FUEL;” Gene Linton, City of Ada, discussed being approached by Tupelo Police Department about being provided the service of checking for records when making a traffic stop. Roberts advised he did not recommend this service being provided without the approval of the Coal County Commissioners. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to adjourn. All aye.

March 18, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a special scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 9:00 AM on March 14, 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, Jim Andrews, Art Lawler, and Chad Letellier. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve March 11, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to table capital needs summary and five year plan for SODA. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to table awarding bid #14, District #3 purchasing a 2010 or newer backhoe with trade in option. All aye. Jim Andrews with MPH Engineering discussed the Seaway Crude pipeline. Roberts expressed concern regarding District #3 ditches and unloading of equipment. Andrews stated that all equipment would be unloaded in the roadway. Starns stated that the Commissioners would require before and after pictures and a document that states that Seaway Crude Pipeline Company, LLC will be financially responsible for all damages done to roads and ditches. Andrews will bring documentation for approval in next week’s meeting. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to accept Steve Turner’s resignation as trustee from the Pontotoc County Public Facilities’ Authority Trust. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve appointment of Winford Wood to the Pontotoc County Public Facilities Authority Trust for remainder of Steve Turner’s term as trustee. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #13-63, interlocal agreement between Pontotoc County and City of Ada for oiling and chipping Seabrook Road. All aye. JR Grissom, Agri-Plex manager, stated that insulation was torn and blowing inside the big red arena next to the east and south wall; wants to get metal to cover insulation. Commissioners asked that Grissom get pricing for metal. Approved claims. Approved transfer: SCT1 to SCT2 $2,000.00 Approved blanket purchase orders: General 4416, 4423 Sheriff 4417-4422 Approved purchase orders for payment: ZCOMMISSARY: 26, TIGER COMMISSARY SERVICES, 7350.92, SPLY; GENERAL: 1020, FIVE STAR OFFICE SUPPLY 02, 637.44, SPLY; 1021, FIVE STAR OFFICE SUPPLY 02, 661.78, SPLY; 1022, GALLS INCORPORATED, 724.94, SPLY; 1023, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, 374.85, SPLY; 1024, KIESLERS POLICE SUPPLY, 267.00, SPLY; 1025, KINDRICK & CO., 223.25, SPLY; 1026, OK TAX COMMISSION, 78.00, TAG; 1027, PAGE PLUS, 202.30, SPLY; 1028, SUPER LUBE, 330.74, SPLY; 1029, U S POSTMASTER, 200.00, POSTAGE; 1030, CABLE ONE, 105.95, REMITTANCE; 1031, DELL MARKETING L.P., 1654.78, SPLY; 1032, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 221.79, SPLY; 1033, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 251.90, REMITTANCE; 1034, ALLEN ADVOCATE, 852.45, PUBLICATION; 1035, MCNUTT, BOB, 75.00, RENT; 1036, SAC & FOX NATION JUV DET CTR, 654.41, JUV DET; 1037, U S POSTAL SERVICE, 964.00, POSTAGE; 1038, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 2853.77, REMITTANCE; 1039, WRIGHT, JAMES EDWIN, 240.13, MILEAGE; 1040, OWENS, JAMES M, 260.47, MILEAGE; 1041, DELL MARKETING L.P., 3309.56, SPLY;HIGHWAY: 1916, STARNS, GARY, 239.56, TRAVEL; 1917, STOLZ TELECOM, 6713.70, SPLY; 1918, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 4086.64, RD MAT; 1919, FENTRESS OIL CO., 6959.36, SPLY; 1920, FENTRESS OIL CO., 67.40, SPLY; 1921, GRISSOMS, 210.66, SPLY; 1922, HISLE BROS. INC., 405.10, SPLY; 1923, MENDS INC, 1000.00, SPLY; 1924, PRUITT COMPANY, 102.68, SPLY; 1925, RHYNES SURPLUS, 45.96, SPLY; 1926, WELDON PARTS MCALESTER, 620.07, SPLY; 1927, GRISSOMS, 460.00, SPLY; 1928, B & S SANITATION, 45.00, SPLY; 1929, FENTRESS OIL CO., 4767.90, SPLY; 1930, FITTSTONE INC, 397.45, SPLY; 1931, FITTSTONE INC, 375.82, SPLY; 1932, FITTSTONE INC, 777.89, SPLY; 1933, FITTSTONE INC, 429.61, RD MAT; 1934, FITTSTONE INC, 1309.41, SPLY; 1935, FITTSTONE INC, 242.01, SPLY; 1936, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 329.26, SPLY; 1937, SMITH SALVAGE, 225.00, SPLY; 1938, ULTIMATE CAR WASH, 6.25, SERVICE; 1939, STOLZ TELECOM, 6311.20, SPLY; 1940, RAILROAD YARD, INC., 15203.46, SPLY; 1941, RAILROAD YARD, INC., 11495.00, SPLY; 1942, B & S SANITATION, 45.00, SPLY; 1943, FENTRESS OIL CO., 6005.78, SPLY; 1944, FITTSTONE INC, 1666.12, SPLY; 1945, FITTSTONE INC, 336.72, SPLY; 1946, FITTSTONE INC, 1651.58, RD MAT; 1947, FITTSTONE INC, 1040.03, RD MAT; 1948, FITTSTONE INC, 535.77, SPLY; 1949, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 1126.60, SPLY; 1950, RHYNES SURPLUS, 95.96, SPLY; 1951, STONEWALL PUBLIC WORKS AUTH., 38.10, SPLY; 1952, STOLZ TELECOM, 2866.50, SPLY; 1953, FLOYD, RANDY WADE, 364.53, TRAVEL; 1954, O G & E, 302.15, SPLY;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 300, FEFLER, MELISSA, 125.32, TRAVEL; 301, ADA TIRE CENTER INC, 144.51, SPLY; 302, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 12.83, SPLY; HEALTH: 236, GRIFFIN, ELLEN, 229.39, TRAVEL; 237, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 147.64, SPLY; 238, SANOFI PASTEUR INC, 37.27, SPLY; 239, SCHEETS, MARY, 37.50, TRANSLATION; 240, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 44.00, SPLY; 241, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 64.27, SPLY;RESALE PROPERTY: 82, PITNEY BOWES INC., 1500.00, POSTAGE;SHERIFF FEES: 491, I A C I S, 2795.00, TRAVEL; 492, A T & T MOBILITY, 504.96, SPLY; 493, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 82.50, SPLY; 494, FUELMAN OF SOUTHERN OK,

6085.22, FUEL; 495, NAPA OF ADA, 7.69, SPLY; 496, NAPA OF ADA, 7.69, SPLY; 497, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 65.00, SPLY; 498, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 2221.15, SPLY; 499, ADA FIRE PROTECTION, 132.00, SPLY; 500, CULLIGAN, 102.50, SERVICE; 501, I C S, 853.35, SERVICE; 502, I C S, 1680.40, SERVICE; 503, I C S, 1098.75, SPLY; 504, LOCKE SUPPLY, 40.00, SPLY; 505, NICHOLS DOLLAR SAVER, 646.00, SPLY; 506, U S ALERT LLC, 130.00, SERVICE; 507, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 507.38, SPLY;AGRI PLEX: 326, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 203.33, SERVICE; 327, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 2104.37, SPLY; 328, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 25.52, SPLY; 329, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 47.88, SPLY; 330, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 60.00, SPLY;COUNTY ASSESSOR FEE REVOLVING FUND: 5, COUNTY RECORDS, 270.00, SPLY;ZSALE: 77, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 140.00, SPLY;ZSALESTAX: 179, PONTOTOC COUNTY PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY, 267831.06, REMITTANCE;EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: 46, PAGE PLUS, 13.85, SPLY; 47, STOLZ TELECOM, 1848.00, SPLY; 48, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 125.92, SPLY; ZHPG: 10, SPRINT, 42.99, PHONE; USE TAX: 29, PONTOTOC COUNTY PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY, 14755.80, REMITTANCE;” Commissioners discussed possible Volunteer Fire Department requirements: 1. Funds request for VFD-attach a copy of minutes with request for funds to Board of County Commissioners from VFD Board of Directors-Requisitioning officer will be Commissioner from that district. The following to be required annually by July 1: 2. Financial statement 3. Proof of insurance 4. Board members 5. SODA accreditation 6. Submit NIMS certification 7. Complete inventory list (submit as you add and dispose and a final list by July 1) 8. Receiving agents Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to adjourn. All aye. March 25, 2013 The Board of Pontotoc County Commissioners met for a regular scheduled meeting in which the time, place, and agenda were duly posted 9:00 AM on March 22, 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, Wes Bowman, Larry Eden, Joe Hill, Jim Andrews, Chad Letellier, and Rance Walker. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to approve March 18, 2013 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Resolution #13-64, application for funding from the Department of Commerce for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve Southern Oklahoma Development Association (SODA) to apply for CDBG FY13 on behalf of Pontotoc County. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve 2013 CDBG Citizen Participation Plan. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to open Public Hearing. All aye. Wes Bowman, SODA, discussed application for CDBG for the following: Pontotoc County is applying for a $150,000.00 CDBG Grant District #1 – Road – Four miles from County Road 1560 and County Road 3670 chip and seal & striping. Cash Match $33,288.00 I n - K i n d To t a l $41,536.00 District #2 – Road – Chip and seal .8 mile of County Road in Portland Park. Cash Match $3,387.50 I n - K i n d To t a l $16,030.95 District #3 – Road – Chip and seal three miles south on County Road 3570, County Road 1590, west one mile on County Road 1590 to Highway 99S proceed across 99S one mile on County Road 1590 stopping at intersection of County Road 1590 and County Road 3590. Cash Match $53,711.70 In-Kind - $39,086.90 Motion by Floyd, second by Roberts, to close public hearing. All aye. Motion by Floyd, second by Roberts, to approve authorizing the Chairman to sign CDBG application documents as needed, including Resolution #13-65, CDBG leverage. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to approve closing at noon on March 29, 2013 for Good Friday. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Proclamation for National County Government Month as April 2013. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to table capital needs summary and five year plan for SODA. All aye. Jim Andrews with Seaway Crude Pipeline Company discussed documentation that states Seaway will be financially responsible for any damage across the County. Roberts asked that the right-of-way and boring roads needs to be added to the financial responsibility letter. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve Seaway Crude Pipeline Company’s request for County Road Crossings, Temporary Driveway, and financial document with listed corrections. All aye. Discussion with Larry Eden, Security Advisors Mid-America, Inc., regarding health benefits for Pontotoc County. Asked that he be allowed to bring a quote for health insurance to Pontotoc County. Motion by Floyd, second by Roberts, to allow Eden to quote health insurance. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve the appointment of Deresa Gray to serve as Pontotoc County Board of Commissioners’ representative to the Big Five Board of Directors. All aye. Motion by Floyd, second by Roberts, to let bid #15, Pontotoc County purchasing one or more 2013 or newer Belly Dump Trailers. All aye. Grissom submitted the following quotes for sheet metal to cover insulation in the big red barn at the Agri-Plex: Sherrell Steel $3,499.88 Longreach Steel $4,014.68


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 13

Atwood First Baptist Church News

Humble as it is, a beans and cornbread meal is hard to beat, and you are invited to one! This Saturday evening, April 13th, our church will host a bean supper for the community at—where else?—the Atwood Community Building. There may not be a free lunch but this bean supper really is free of charge. We will be serving between 5:30 and 7:00 so when you get hungry for supper come on over and supply the good company to go with the good food. Also some of the ladies in the church will have a garage sale at the church that day so come by

and see if there is anything you like or can’t live without. The after school program is still meeting on Wednesday evenings from 4:00 to 6:00. With so many kids together you know that besides Bible lessons and help with homework they are having fun. Souls are also being saved, and of course that is what is most important. This Sunday Denison Pickett, Jesse Massey, Caleb Massey, and Joshua Massey opened our services by singing “Because He Lives.” We certainly enjoyed hearing them and hope they will sing for us again soon.

Justin Scuggins, of Claremore, sang two specials during the service. The first was “Our Lord Will Show Up” and “At the Midnight Cry.” His voice was almost equally as impressive as his message, and we certainly hope Justin and his family return to participate in our services often. R ev. Karch’s message was based in Acts 12:1-19 and James 3:2-14. Herod had begun arresting members of the local church in Jerusalem. When he had the disciple James killed it pleased the Jews so he seized Peter, too, and put him in prison under heavy guard.

Herod thought he was in control of events, but the church was earnestly praying, and of course the events proved that God was in control instead. An angel delivered Peter from the prison in such an astounding way that Peter thought for a while that he was having a vision. When he arrived at the house where many in the church had gathered they were still praying. Prayer is still important today and God still answers prayer. Then, we’re not sure but the preacher may have quit preachin’ and started meddlin’. In the

third chapter of James we read about how difficult it is to tame the tongue. It takes keeping ourselves under God’s control to gain control over it. O ur words can cause much harm and much hurt so putting ourselves under God’s control in this matter is very important. If we are mean to another person we are hurting someone God made in His own image and He loves them. Meddlin’ or not, every so often we need to be reminded about this matter because once hurtful words are said they can’t be unsaid.

Lady Mustangs set for action in Moss softball tournment Allen girls coming off close loss to close loss to Vanoss, run-rule loss to Maud

By HERMAN BROWN Allen correspondent The Allen Lady Mustangs will open play Thursday in the annual Moss Invitational slow-pitch softball tournament. The 3-day event will continue through Saturday at the Moss High School softball diamond.

Coach Jeremy Strong’s AHS girls will continue the spring campaign next week with a pair of back to back home dates. The Lady Mustangs will play Wanette on April 15 and then will host Stonewall on April 16. In recent action, Allen suffered a pair of losses to Vanoss and Maud. Both defeats came at

Jodee Miller crushes an RBI ground rule double during a contest against Vanoss.

home Monday in a 3-team roundrobin. Allen came close to pulling out a victory against Vanoss. However, the Lady Wolves escaped the Lady Mustangs with a narrow 5-4 triumph. Allen’s other game on Monday was not as close. The Lady Mustangs were humbled 10-0 by Maud. The Lady Tigers scored the double-digit verdict in run-rule fashion. Looking ahead, Coach Strong will be hoping his Lady Mustangs catch fire in the Moss tournament. The field of teams will provide quite a challenge for the eventual winner. The most important thing for all the teams is to start playing solid softball. The playoffs are looming and it is the right time to be getting ready for a post-season run. Here are the squad members on Coach Strong’s Lady Mustangs team this spring: --AT A GLANCE AHS softball results 3/5 vs Stratford (3A), lost 11-7 3/7 @ Roff (2A), lost 13-3 3/11 @ Mill Creek (A), lost 11-2 3/12 vs Asher (A) #9, lost 15-2 --RWB Conference Tournament 3/14 - Vanoss (3A) #23, lost 10-3

Pontotoc County Commissioners Proceedings

Commissioners asked for an additional quote. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve March 2013 payroll. All aye. Approved claims. Approved monthly reports. Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 4508-4513 Sheriff 4514-4521 Approved purchase orders for payment: GENERAL: 1042, THOMSON WEST, 866.70, SPLY; 1043, A T & T, 245.42, SPLY; 1044, NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY INFO, 144.00, REMITTANCE; 1045, O S U COOP EXTENSION SERV, 5607.00, SAL; 1046, QUILL CORP., 90.56, SPLY; 1047, A T & T, 215.63, PHONE; 1048, ALPHA COMM TECH INC, 50.00, SERVICE; 1049, SE DIST ASSESSORS MEETING, 70.00, REGISTRATION; 1050, A T & T, 53.37, PHONE; 1051, PITNEY BOWES, 171.00, SPLY; 1052, ADA TROPHY, 54.00, SPLY; 1053, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 17.99, SPLY; 1054, A T & T, 1131.20, SERVICE; 1055, J B LUMBER, 33.99, SPLY; 1056, OK JUVENILE JUSTICE SERV. INC., 23.26, JUV DET; 1057, MILLER OFFICE, 24.00, REMITTANCE; 1058, A T & T, 142.01, PHONE; 1059, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 35.00, REGISTRATION; 1060, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 35.00, REGISTRATION; 1061, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 35.00, REGISTRATION; HIGHWAY: 1955, CLARION INN, 95.00, HOTEL; 1956, A T & T, 161.29, SPLY; 1957, FENTRESS OIL CO., 5351.65, FUEL; 1958, NAPA OF ADA, 129.71, SPLY; 1959, OKC/ ATC FREIGHTLINER GROUP, 42.88, SPLY; 1960, O T A PIKEPASS CTR-GOVT ACCT, 2.95, PASS; 1961, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 267.54, SPLY; 1962, U S CELLULAR, 106.67, SPLY; 1963, CLARION INN, 190.00, HOTEL; 1964, A T & T, 52.44, PHONE; 1965, ADA ALIGNMENT, 1563.64, SPLY; 1966, ADA ALIGNMENT, 655.80, SPLY; 1967, BATTERY CENTER, 89.98, SPLY; 1968, BATTERY CENTER, 11.00, SPLY; 1969, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 395.10, SPLY; 1970, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 333.88, SPLY; 1971, DUB ROSS COMPANY, 3148.80, SPLY; 1972, FENTRESS OIL CO., 4868.85, FUEL; 1973, FITTSTONE INC, 299.93, SPLY; 1974, GRISSOMS, 23.11, SPLY; 1975, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 757.00, SPLY; 1976, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, 267.50, SPLY; 1977, KEMPER REFRIGERATION, 149.00, SPLY; 1978, KIRBY SMITH EXCHANGE, 1626.80, SPLY; 1979, KIRBY SMITH EXCHANGE, 2440.20, SPLY; 1980, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 324.37, SPLY; 1981, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 515.30, SPLY; 1982, SEAL MASTERS INC, 1654.40, SPLY; 1983, SOUTHERN OKLA TRUCK REPAIR, 29.77, SPLY; 1984, SOUTHERN OKLA TRUCK REPAIR, 50.90, SPLY; 1985, STAPLES

CREDIT PLAN, 106.96, SPLY; 1986, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 819.58, REMITTANCE; 1987, STEWART WHOLESALE, 18.62, SPLY; 1988, U S CELLULAR, 101.73, PHONE; 1989, VERMEER GREAT PLAINS, 27.22, SPLY; 1990, WARREN CAT, 68.64, MAINT; 1991, CLARION INN, 190.00, HOTEL; 1992, FASTENAL, 126.28, SPLY; 1993, U S CELLULAR, 102.21, SPLY; 1994, FENTRESS OIL CO., 5492.75, SPLY; 1995, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 91.98, SPLY; 1996, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, 484.82, SPLY; 1997, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 244.39, SPLY; 1998, ADA GLASS & WINDOW, 395.61, SPLY; 1999, ULTIMATE CAR WASH, 5.00, SPLY; 2000, EDWARDS CANVAS INC, 146.00, MAINT; 2001, HALL S AUTO, 229.90, SPLY; 2002, HALL S AUTO, 245.34, SPLY; 2003, DOLESE BROS, 329.00, RD MAT; 2004, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 13.99, SPLY; 2005, JAMES SUPPLIES & RENTAL CO., 39.15, SPLY; 2006, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, 1497.58, SPLY; 2007, FASTENAL, 203.00, SPLY; 2008, DAVIS FLEET PARTS, 47.74, SPLY; 2009, JAMES SUPPLIES & RENTAL CO., 50.33, SPLY; 2010, BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES, 38.30, SPLY; 2011, O T A PIKEPASS CTR-GOVT ACCT, 5.32, SERVICE; 2012, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 1525.68, SPLY; 2013, ARROW ENERGY INC, 3000.00, SPLY; 2014, ACME FENCE OF OKLAHOMA CITY, 2270.25, SPLY; 2015, DAVIS FLEET PARTS, 67.90, SPLY; 2016, KIRBY SMITH EXCHANGE, 3975.00, SPLY; 2017, KIRBY SMITH EXCHANGE, 2002.50, SPLY;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 303, ADA TIRE CENTER INC, 10.00, SPLY; 304, CABLE ONE, 75.95, SPLY; 305, MILLER OFFICE, 89.00, SPLY; 306, FENTRESS OIL CO., 3078.40, SPLY; HEALTH: 242, BROWN, LISA, 18.08, TRAVEL; 243, A T & T, 632.66, SERVICE; 244, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 527.02, SERVICE; 245, MILLER OFFICE, 65.00, SPLY; 246, U S CELLULAR, 183.39, SERVICE; RESALE PROPERTY: 83, W P S INC, 2490.00, SPLY; 84, W P S INC, 5274.76, SPLY; 85, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 35.00, REGISTRATION; 86, LOLLAR, ANITA LOUISE, 241.78, TRAVEL;SHERIFF FEES: 508, LOCKE SUPPLY, 119.13, SPLY; AGRI PLEX: 331, A T & T, 125.40, SERVICE; 332, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 79.99, SPLY; 333, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 334.20, SPLY; 334, DAVE S MUSIC, 535.00, SPLY; 335, FENTRESS OIL CO., 77.75, FUEL; 336, FENTRESS OIL CO., 142.36, FUEL; 337, J B LUMBER, 136.87, SPLY; 338, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 130.96, SPLY; 339, NICKERSON PLUMBING, 65.00, SPLY; 340, NICKERSON PLUMBING, 135.00, SPLY;

341, NICKERSON PLUMBING, 936.34, SPLY; 342, OVERHEAD DOOR CO INC, 78.00, SPLY; 343, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 285.50, SPLY; 344, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 181.80, SPLY; 345, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 110.20, MAINT; 346, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 15.96, SPLY; 347, TRACTOR SUPPLY, 144.49, SPLY; 348, U S ALERT LLC, 35.99, REMITTANCE;ZSALE: 78, CARTER HALL, 840.00, JUV DET; 79, COMMUNITYWORKS, 760.90, JUV DET; 80, LOCKE SUPPLY, 15.00, SPLY; 81, TREAT S SOLUTIONS, 60.33, SPLY; 82, U S ALERT LLC, 35.99, REMITTANCE; ZLODGE: 71, 4 C LIVESTOCK, 9242.50, SPLY; 72, ADA AIR EXPO, 4999.67, REIMBURSEMENT; 73, BERTHA FRANK TEAGUE CLASSIC, 1975.00, REIMBURSEMENT; 74, PONT CO COONHUNTERS ASSN, 500.00, REMITTANCE; 75, DGJD INC, 10525.00, SPLY;” Commissioners discussed notification from AEP Transmission Line about a new power line that will be built across the following roads: N County Road 3650 in Section 24 T2N R7E E County Road 1650 in Section 24 T2N R7E N County Road 3640 in Section 36 T2N R7E E County Road 1670 in Section 35 T2N R7E E County Road 1680 in Section 2 T1N R7E N County Road 3630 in Section 11 T1N R7E E County Road 1690 in Section 10 T1N R7E Motion by Starns, second by Floyd, to approve handbook with insurance portion to be amended. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Floyd, to adjourn. All aye. The foregoing are the minutes of the Board of County Commissioners for the month of March 2013 of the County Commissioners Journal No. 14.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PONTOTOC COUNTY, OKLAHOMA

Gary Starns, Chairman Justin Roberts, Member Randy Floyd, Member

ATTEST: Pam Walker County Clerk (Published in The Allen Advocate on April 11, 2013)

LEGAL NOTICE

Anyone having interest in a 1982 Suzuki GS-450, VIN#GS450506809, contact Oddie J. Eidson, 580-332-8053. Sale Date: April 19, 2013. (Published in The Allen Advocate on April 4, 11 and 18, 2013)

3/15 - Madill (5A) #36. Won 13-4 3/15 - Stratford (3A) #6, lost 11-5 --3/26 @ Vanoss (3A) #23, lost 12-0 --4/5 @ Stuart (2A) - rained out 4/8 vs Vanoss (3A), lost 5-4

4/8 vs Maud (2A) , lost 10-0 4/9 @ Stratford (3A) --Upcoming games Moss Tournament 4/11/2013 - 1st Round --4/15 vs Wanette (A) 4/16 vs Stonewall (2A)

Atwood Nazarene

Sunday we enjoyed the fellowship of our church family and prayed for the healing of many of our friends and neighbors.  Murphy sang our special for the day, “I Love You Written in Red.”  We are studying about the early church after the crucifixion of Jesus.  Bro. Larry’s sermon was taken from Acts 5:25-32 and entitled “We are Witnesses.”  After the crucifixion the followers of Jesus scattered.  They feared for their lives.  Now six weeks later they were willing to stand up, speak, teach and even go to jail.  They now had an inward power they had never known.  The Apostles knew all too well that these men could do them great harm.  In spite of the possibility of great personal harm, they persisted in telling their story.  They were immersed in something bigger than themselves.  These were now men who sensed that they were on a mission for God.  They were speaking fearlessly, like some of those great witnesses of the past.  Their aim was to proclaim the good news of the kingdom of God.  They spoke because eternity was in the balance.  The God of our fathers raised Jesus from the dead.  Jesus offers forgiveness of sins to those who repent.  They had been with Jesus right up to the crucifixion.  They had been with Jesus after the resurrection.  The Holy Spirit had filled them with the presence and power of Jesus.  After the crucifixion, they huddled in an upper room until Jesus appeared.  After the resurrection and ascension they returned to that upper room.  It was in that upper room that everything changed.  The Holy Spirit gave them the power of be the witnesses they were told they would be.   The Promise of the Holy Spirit was and is now, a reality.  Have you been filled with that same power from on high?  Are you a witness? Saturday night at 6:00 at the Atwood Fire Dept., along with the Baptist Church,   we will be having a community “Bean Supper.”  There will be singing and a lot of good food.  We invite everyone to attend. 

OKLAHOMA CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NETWORK HELP WANTED

FOR SALE

DRIVER - Two raises in first year. Qualify for any portion of $.03/mile quarterly bonus: $.01 Safety, $.01 Production, $.01 MPG. 3 months OTR experience. 800-414-9569 www.driveknight.com

RENT-TO-OWN Portable OUTDOOR Buildings. Sheds, Storage Barns and MORE. No Credit Check. Low monthly payments. Free Delivery in 7 business days. www.qbi-ok.com 877-595-1875.

EXP. FLATBED DRIVERS: Regional opportunities now open with plenty of freight & great pay! 800-277-0212 or primeinc.com

MOBILE HOMES WITH ACREAGE. Ready to move in. Seller Financing with approved credit. Lots of room for the price, 3Br 2Ba. No renters. 918615-0293 LandHomesExpress.com

DRIVERS OTR DRIVERS Sign On Bonus. $1,000-$1,200, Up to 45 CPM, Full-time Positions with Benefits! Pet Policy, O/O's Welcome! deBoer Transportation 800-825-8511 www.deboertrans.com ASAP 11 DRIVERS NEEDED Friendly Equip., Class A CDL Required. Recent CDL grads wanted. 877-2588782 www.drive4melton.com CALIFORNIA BOUND! Hiring 10 sharp girls and guys. Must be 18+ to apply. Lodging and transportation provided. 2 weeks paid training. For more information call 866-430-2103. AVERITT OFFERS CDL-A Dedicated & Regional Drivers. A strong, stable, profitable career. Excellent Benefits & Hometime. 855-877-0792 or visit AverittCareers.com Equal Opportunity Employer AMERICAN GREETINGS is hiring Part-Time Merchandisers across Oklahoma! For a full listing of available positions and detailed job information, please visit us at http://americangreetings.jobs

LEGAL SERVICES SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CLAIMS. Saunders & Saunders Attorneys at Law. No Recovery – No Fee. 1-800-259-8548. DRIS

STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS for Garages, Shops, Barns, Homes. SAVE THOUSANDS on Clearance Buildings. 20x24, 25X32, 30x40, 35x56. Make offer and low payments. Call now1800-991-9251 Ashley

CAREER TRAINING/EDUCATION AIRLINES ARE HIRING – Train for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified – Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-802-6655. NO CDL? NO PROBLEM! Many funding avenues available for tuition assistance for underemployed, unemployed and qualifying veterans. Classes start weekly. Call 1-888-570-0230 or online @ www.rt66cdl.com

ADVERTISE STATEWIDE ADVERTISE STATEWIDE! For more information or to place an ad, call Courtni at (405) 499-0035 or toll-free in OK at 1-888-815-2672.

OCAN040713


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 14

Mustangs looking for success at Moss Allen hoping to end recent skid in varsity baseball action

By HERMAN BROWN Allen correspondent

The Allen Mustangs will be looking to get back in the win column this week in the Moss Pirate baseball tournament. Coach Stephen Caldwell will send his AHS squad into action at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Moss High School baseball diamond. Allen will square off against Macomb in the first round showdown. The Mustangs are expecting to have a successful stay in the tournament in Hughes County. For Coach Caldwell, the key to success will come from the offensive phase of the game. “We need to wake up our bats,” the first-year head coach said. “We have been getting people on base, but then leaving them there. We have to take care of that and capitalize on our scoring opportunities.” The field of teams in the Moss tournament is pretty solid. Even so, Coach Caldwell has faith that his Mustangs will find a way to win there this week. “If we are not playing on Saturday, I might resign,” he said, jokingly. “But we will have to

do a better job with our bats. That much is for sure.” Last week, Allen struggled in the Stuart Hornet baseball tournament. The event was rained out on Thursday. Stuart officials then moved the site of the games to the Jim Waller Sports Complex in Preston. The change of scenery did little to help Coach Caldwell’s squad. Hartshorne notched a 16-1 win over the Mustangs in the Friday contest. The Miners banged out nine hits and used four AHS errors to take the game in only three innings. Hartshorne scored four times in the first inning, three times in the second inning and then plated nine runs in the third inning. Allen managed only three hits and one run in the game. The Mustangs scored in the bottom of the third inning. The hitters were Matt McCarn with a single and 1 RBI, Dakota Nickell with a double and Conner Johnson with a single. Allen’s pitching featured three players. Nick Wallen worked 1 inning full inning and into the second inning. He was charged with 7 runs on 3 hits, 6 walks and hit 1 batter.

He had 1 strikeout. Conner Johnson came in to pitch in the second inning and allowed 6 on 4 hits and 2 walks and struck out 2 batters. Dakota Nickel worked the final inning and allowed 3 runs on 2 hits and hit 1 batter. He did not record any strikeouts. Allen played a second game at Preston on Friday. The Mustangs were right in the middle of this contest before falling 7-6 to Crowder. The Mustangs had 7 hits to 5 by the Demons. However, AHS came up one run short in the 7-inning contest. Allen’s hitting included seven players with one hit each. The list is as follows: Tommy Peay: 1-3, with a double Conner Johnson, 1-2, with a double Nick Wallen: 1-4 Matt McCarn: 1-4 Zack Conley: 1-4 Drew Back: 1-3, with a double Dakota Nickell: 1-2 Allen’s pitching staff included two players. Tommy Peay got the start and worked 3 innings. He allowed 4 runs on 3 hits and 6 walks. He recorded strikeouts.

Tre’ Stick came on in relief and worked the final 4 innings. Stick surrendered 3 runs on 2 hits and 3 walks. He ended up with 2 strikeouts. The 1-run loss eliminated Allen from the Stuart tournament at Preston. On Monday, Allen hosted the Roff Tigers and suffered an 11-1 setback to the visitors. “We didn’t play very well,” said Coach Caldwell. “It was just a 5-inning game (a runrule loss).” Thirkiel Wedlow provided the only offensive highlight. He was 2 for 3 at the plate with a pair of singles and drove in one run. Tre’ Stick was the losing pitcher. He started on the mound and was then replaced by Tommy Peay. The freshman relief pitcher worked the rest of the game in the 10-run loss. On Tuesday, Allen played much better baseball. However, the Mustangs still came out on the short end of a 13-11 loss to the visiting Weleetka Outlaws. Allen opened the scoring with a run in the bottom of the first inning. Weleetka then stormed back with 7 runs in the top of the third inning to take control, 7-1. The Outlaws added 3 runs in the fourth inning, one run in the fifth inning and 2 more runs in the sixth inning. Allen had a slight edge in hits, 6-4, but also made 5 errors to 4 by the Outlaws. Allen’s hitting featured

Thirkiel Wedlow and Zack Conley with 2 singles each. Matt McCarn added a double and Tre’ Stick poked a single to complete the 6-hit attack. Allen’s pitching in the loss included 3 players. Shawn Rolen started and went 3 and 2/3 innings. Rolen allowed 7 runs on 3 hits and 5 walks and recorded 4 strikeouts. Conner Johnson came on in relief and worked 2 and 1/3 innings. Johnson allowed 4 runs on 0 hits and 3 walks while recording 2 strikeouts. Nick Wallen pitched the final inning and allowed 2 runs on 1 hit, 2 walks and recorded 1 strikeout. --Stuart Hornet tournament Friday @ Preston Hartshorne 16, Allen 1 Harts – 439 – (16-9-0) Allen – 001 – (1-3-4) --Friday @ Preston Crowder 7, Allen 6 Allen - 041 100 0 – (6-7-3) Crow – 013 200 1 – (7-5-2) --On Monday @ Allen Roff 11, Allen 1 Allen pitching: Tre’ Stick Tommy Peay, Hitting leader: Thirkiel Wedlow: 2-3 with RBI --Weleetka 13, Allen 11 Wel – 007 312 0 – (13-4-4) All – 100 190 0 – (11-6-5)

Hughes County Court Records DIVORCE Wayne Thomas Bailey vs Ella Ruth Bailey Richard Jason Leach vs Alice Faye Leach Lindsay Ramsey vs Brandon Ramsey

CIVIL Midland Funding LLC vs Bobby beck—indebtedness Midland Funding LLC vs James Harris—indebtedness

Dalton James and the Mustangs will be competing in the Moss baseball tournament this weekend.

Two (2) Free upper cervical X-rays through April 30th (insurance will be filed)

We now have our Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield and HealthChoice provider numbers and those patients can expect reimbursement within forty-five days.

Arthur Chiropractic Acupuncture & Herb Clinic

Specializing in NUCCA, Grostic & Acupuncture

Dr. L. Kay Arthur, D.C.

Office Location - 3320 Hwy 75 - Horntown -(405)379-3888

Office hours M&W 9 to 7 T&Th 9 to 1

SMALL CLAIMS Ervins Bail Bons vs Noretta Lynn Anderson—indebtedness Ervins Bail Bonds vs Sherry Ford—indebtedness The Bank N.A. vs John Tyler Bible—indebtedness Courtesy Loans vs Michael Sebastian—indebtedness Courtesy Loans vs Ray Craig—indebtedness Hughes Financial Group vs Aurelia Randall Deere—indebtedness Tower Loans vs Doss Lee Green—indebtedness Holdenville Housing authority vs Jennifer Harden—entry & detainer Tower Loans vs Nancy King—indebtedness Tower Loans vs Paul Pavlukevich—indebtedness Tower Loans vs Marisela Carranza—indebtedness TRAFFIC Ryan Andrew Bakken—no seat belt Mary Bartley—no seat belt Joe Don Chitwood—no seat belt Dezerray Nicole Crowell—improper left turn at intersection (two-way road) Eric Scott Eller—no seat belt Mark Anthony Fox—speeding 1-10 mph over limit Caleb Matthew Franks—no seat belt Marvin Edward Griffin—no seat belt Timothy Lee Harjo—no seat belt Jimmy Johnson III—no seat belt Clinton Michael Phillips—driving under suspension-1st off; no seat belt Dewonna Lue Phillips—no seat belt Josue Salgado—driving under suspension-1st offense; no seat belt Tristan Tyler Stone—no seat belt Ashton Lenae Thomason—no seat belt Donnie Waller—no seat belt


THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, APRIL 11, 2013- PAGE 15

Dylan Returns Home for Visit on Naval Leave D ylan Batungbacal has been out & about following his second Naval graduation, he recently completed OS

School (operation special His visit included spendist). Dylan arrived home on ing time with friends and March 14th and left March relatives. He spent his days 30th. off watching his cousin play baseball in Wetumka land also attended an ECU game with his girlfriend. He traveled to Lawton to visit the Batungbacal family; to Atwood for a visit with his great-grandparnts, Juan and Ruby Tucker, and grandparents Dave and Lajuana Duncan; to Wetumka to visit his

aunt Dustie Goodin-Alcaida and his counsins, Ryan Winters and Zac Smith. H e also helped his dad fix his jeep and do some remodeling at their home, and spend time with his mom Gina Alcaida, and sisters Hailee and Carmen. Dylan attended the Easter Egg Hunt in the Allen Park with his little sister. I n Allen, Dylan visited with the Sam and Rogina

Manuel family, Willis and Jamie Rinehart and boys, and with Rebecca Kidwell. In Holdenville he visited with Robin Mullicane, and in Stuart he saw Mel Fulton, Nina Stewart and Lexi Wainscott. It was a busy two and a half weeks before reporting for duty at Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Dylan & his sister Carmen at the Allen Egg Hunt.

Allen School Menu

ATM Machine • Lottery Station 24 Hour Gas Pumps Drive-thru window Hot Deli Counter

Week of April 15th

Monday Breakfast – Choice of Cereal or Buttered Toast, Cinnamon Roll, Assorted Juice, Choice of Milk, Jelly, Fresh Fruit Lunch — Soft Beef Taco, Nachos with Ground Beef, Lettuce, Tomato, Pinto Beans, Romaine Salad, Ranch Dressing, Chilled Fruit Cup, Choice of Milk, Drinks Tuesday Breakfast – Cinnamon Toast, Cereal Variety or Warm Oatmeal, Assorted Juice, Choice of Milk Lunch – Chili, Baked Potato, Beef Stew with Cornbread, Romaine Salad, Strawberries & Bananas, Carrot Sticks, Milk Variety, Ranch Dressing, Drinks Wednesday Breakfast – Choice of Cereal or Waffles, Syrup, Assorted Juice, Choice of Milk Lunch – Hamburger, Steak Sandwich, Tater Tots, Lettuce, Pickles, Romaine Salad, Fresh Fruit, Milk Variety, Catsup, Yellow Mustard, Mayonnaise, Drinks Thursday Breakfast — Choice of Cereal or Buttered Toast, Fresh Toast Sticks, Syrup, Assorted Juice, Choice of Milk, Jelly, Fresh Fruit Lunch – Chicken Strips, Lasagna with Ground Beef, Romaine Salad, Ranch Dressing, Green Beans, Chilled Fruit Cup, Choice of Milk, Drinks Friday Breakfast – Buttered Toast, Cereal Variety or Biscuits & Gravy, Juice Variety, Milk Variety, Jelly Lunch – Pizza, Chef Salad, Baked Potato Soup, Corn, Chilled Fruit Cup, Romaine Salad, Ranch Dressing, Choice of Milk, Drinks NOTE: Secondary students will be offered choice of menu, pop tarts or yogurt for breakfast; choice of lunch menu or Baked Potato entrée daily.

Allen Nutrition Site Week of April 15th

Monday Swedish Meatballs, Summer Squash, Oven Fried Okra, Brown Rice, Margarine or Butter, Gravy, Fruit Cocktail, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea Tuesday Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Broccoli Sandwich, Lettuce, Tomato & Onion, Chips, Layered Banana Pudding, 2% Milk, Coffee and/ or Tea Wednesday Chicken Tetrazzini, Green Beans, Baked Sweet Potatoes & Apples, Whole Wheat Roll, Margarine or Butter, Pineapple, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea Thursday Meatloaf, Broccoli & Rice Casserole, Buttered Carrots, Slice of Bread, Peach Crisp, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea Friday Pizza Burger on Stromboli Roll or Pizza, Tossed Green Salad, Mixed Vegetable, Salad Dressing, Ice Cream or Pudding, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea

Allen Quick Pic

Hwy 1 • Allen • (580)857-2459

Roll’in The Dice

Win Up To

500

$

CASH

Little Joe from Kokomo! Eighter from Decatur! Baby needs a new pair of shoes! The Dice are back! Hot Seats Drawings from 7pm-12am, hourly Hot Seat winners will get a chance to roll the dice.

Holdenville

Daily Promtions

Seniors Day

Monday

All Seniors (55 years and older) receive a $10 Free Play for earning 20 points on your Players Club Rewards Card from 10am - 12am, plus Hot Seat drawings every 30 minutes from 11am-2pm. Winners will receive a $50 free play and the final drawing at 2pm will be for $100 cash. Must earn 20 points to be eligible for free play. (Seniors Only)

Men’s Day

Tuesday All Men receive a $10 Free Play after earning 20 points on your Players Club Rewards Card from 10am - 12am, plus receive 1 entry for every 20 points earned from 6pm-11pm for your chance at $300 cash, drawing at 11pm. Must earn 20 points to be eligible for free play. (Men Only)

Special Promtions

APRIL BIRTHDAYS Come in and celebrate your birthday with us. You’ll receive a $10 Match Play courtesy of Creek Nation Casino – Holdenville on any day during the month. Player must be a member of the Players Club to be eligible. See promotions desk for details.

Ladies Day

Wednesday

All Ladies receive a $10 Free Play after earning 20 points on your Players Club Rewards Card from 10am - 12am, plus receive 1 entry for every 20 points earned from 6pm-11pm for your chance at $300 cash, drawing at 11pm. Must earn 20 points to be eligible for free play. (Ladies Only)

TGI

Thursday

All Player Club Members receive a $10 Free Play after earning 20 points on you Players Club Rewards Card from 10am - 12am, plus receive 1 entry for every 20 points earned from 6pm-11pm for your chance at $300 cash, drawing at 11pm. Must earn 20 points to be eligible for free play. (All Players Club Members)

Cash Fever

OKC Thunder Up

Giveaway

One winner will receive (1) 3 ticket pack for the April 15th game against the Sacramento Kings courtesy of Cadillac Jack. Earn 1 entry for every 20 points earned on all “Cadillac Jack” machines thru March 31st. Drawing will be April 1st at 8pm. See promotions for a list of qualifying machines. Winner must be present at time of drawing.

Friday

Come in and feel the fever, “Cash Fever”. Hot Seat Drawings from 7pm-12am, hourly winners receive $100 in Free Play and the final drawing at Midnight for $500 cash. In order to be eligible for Hot Seats drawings players must be playing with your Player Club Rewards Card at the time of drawing.

Double Your Luck

Saturday

It pays to play. Come in from 10am-2pm play $10.00 and we’ll match your $10.00. “Roll’in the Dice” Hot Seats Drawings from 7pm-12am for a chance to Win Up To $500 cash!!! Must be playing with Players Club Rewards Card at the time of drawing.

Senior Shelby Merriman races for a base hit in a recent contest.

We appreciate you! On Sunday April 14th all Player Club Members receive a $5 Free Play after earning 10 points on you Players Club Rewards Card from 10am-12am. Must earn 10 points to be eligible for free play. (All Players Club Members)

J]_mdYl]\ Zq l`] Emk[g_]] ;j]]c! FYlagf G^Ú[] g^ HmZda[ ?Yeaf_


NOW OPEN! EAT-DRINK

AND PLAY

Hwy 56 & Hwy 99 Konawa, OK

WHERE WINNING IS CONTAGIOUS


april-11