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by Bill Robinson, Publisher
Father’s Day is Sunday. The following item brought back a lot of memories of when my sons were teenagers . . . My teen-age son had become increasingly irresponsible about the chores he was supposed to be doing around the house. He wouldn’t even help to train our new puppy. Finally I went to the library to get a book on dog training. As an afterthought, I also picked up a book called Teenagers: The Continuing Challenge, and took both to the checkout counter. The librarian glanced at my selections. “The dog is going to be a lot easier,” she commented dryly. — T.J. Jensen Having raised both dogs and children, I fully agree with the librarian. —CC— Quote of the week: “Nothing I have ever done has given me more joy and rewards than being a father to my children.” I also agree with that. —CC— One of my favorite “Father’s Day” stories is from Pastor James Hewith. He wrote . . . “When I was a small boy growing up in Pennsylvania, often we would visit my grandparents who lived nine miles away. One night a thick fog settled over the hilly countryside before we started home. I remember being terrified and asking if we shouldn’t be going slower than we were. Mother said gently, ‘Don’t worry. Your father knows the way.’ “You see, my dad had walked that road when there was no gasoline during the war. He had ridden that blacktop on his bicycle to court Mother. And for years he had made those weekly trips back to visit his own parents. “How often when I can’t see the road ahead, and that feeling of being lost has returned, I hear the echo of my mother’s voice: ‘Don’t worry. Your Father knows the way.’” —CC— And last of all, a wonderful story about a very special son. The ending may surprise you. A wealthy man and his son loved to collect rare works of art. They had everything in their collection, from Picasso to Raphael. They would often sit together and admire the great works of art. When the Vietnam conflict broke out, the son went to war. He was very courageous and died in battle while rescuing another soldier. The father was notified and grieved deeply for his only son. About a month later, just before Christmas, there was a knock at the door. A young man stood at the door with a large package in his hands. He said, “Sir, you don’t know me, but I am the soldier for whom your son gave his life. He saved many lives that day, and he was carrying me to safety when a bullet struck him in the heart and he died instantly. He often talked about you, and your love for art.” The young man held out his package. “I know this isn’t very much, I’m not really a great artist, but I think your son would have wanted you to have this.” The father opened the package. It was a portrait of his son, painted by the young man. He stared in awe at the way the soldier had captured the personality of his son in the painting. The father was so drawn to the eyes that his own eyes welled up with tears. He thanked the young man and offered to pay him for the picture. “Oh, no sir, I could never repay what your son did for me. It’s a gift.” The father hung the portrait over his mantle. Every time visitors came to his home he took them to see the portrait of his son before he showed them any of the great works of art he had collected. The man died a few months later. Shortly thereafter, there was to be a great auction of his paintings. Many influential people gathered, excited over seeing the great paintings and having the opportunity to purchase one for their collection. On the platform sat the painting of the son. The auctioneer pounded his gavel. “We will start the bidding with this picture of the son. Who will bid for this picture?” There was silence. Then a voice in the back of the room shouted, “We want to
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to reveal that stipulation until this time. Only the painting of the son would be auctioned. Whoever bought that painting would inherit the entire estate, including the paintings. The man who took the son gets every thing!”
God gave His Son 2000 years ago to die on a cruel Cross. Much like the auctioneer, His message today is, “The Son, the Son, who’ll take the Son?” Because, you see, whoever takes the Son inherits everything!
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Quilts on Display by Nita Beshear Quilts, quilts, quilts, come and see the variety of styles, sizes, and ages of quilts available for viewing at the first quilt show of The Material Girls, the Allen Quilt Guild. The show is being held alumni weekend at the west side of the Allen Nutrition Center in Allen Oklahoma. The building will be open Friday, June 14, from 9am until 9pm, for viewing of the quilts on display and on Saturday, June 15, from 10am until 5pm. There is no cost and everyone is invited to come see the quilts.
Q uilts available include pieced, whole cloth, appliqué, and embroidered. They range in age from very new, just completed, to vintage and antique quilts, as well as quilt tops, not yet quilted. The varieties of patterns include vintage, modern, and unique designs. The quilting includes those quilted by hand, with a long arm machine, on a home domestic machine, as well as tied quilts. Every size quilt, from small lap quilt (or smaller), to king-size quilts will be on display. The quilts tie our past, present and future together. There are quilts honoring, and represent-
ing those from our past. Quilts from friends and families who have moved away from the area and return for short visits, as well as quilts representing those who have left this earth, will be on display. T he show includes quilts
made by new quilters, exhibiting their very first quilt, as well as quilts made by experienced, veteran quilters. M aterial Girls encourage everyone to come and enjoy the quilts.
Big Alumni Weekend
The time has come for all good people to home! This will be the annual Allen Alumni Weekend and activities begin on Friday, June 14th, with the quilt show at the Allen Nutrition Site. The Street Party will start at 5:30 p.m. Hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks will be available at the Masonic Lodge that evening, starting at 6:00 (donations accepted for the Lodge and Alumni funds). Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the music of the Classic Mustangs – a band composed of Allen alum. The music is scheduled to begin at 7:00. Saturday morning, 10:00 am, is the Home Run Derby at the AHS baseball field. Cost to enter is $5 and the winner gets half the pot. At 11:00 am, Alumni (odds vs. evens) will have a baseball game. Entry is $20 per player. The Alumni Banquet begins at 6:00 pm in the school cafeteria. With a western theme being used, everyone is encouraged dress the part and come enjoy the barbecue dinner. Reservations may be sent to: Allen Alumni, PO Box 297, Allen, OK 74825. Cost is $20 per person. Special Class Gatherings The Class of 1983 will be celebrating their 30th Reunion on Friday evening at the Street Party. For more information contact Cindy (Pegg) Kile at (580) 3990444 or Kay (Howard) Heck at (580) 559-9864.
For those interested in joining, the Material Girls meet the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 7pm in the Allen Library. Second Thursdays is educational and someone presents an idea, technique, or pattern to the group. The fourth Thursday is project night, it is a chance to get together and work on a project, and have help available if needed.
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Alumni Baseball Game Saturday
An Allen Alumni Baseball Game will be held on Saturday morning of the Alumni Weekend, June 15th. The game, Odds vs. Evens, will begin at 11:00 a.m. on the high school field. Cost to play is $20 per person. A Home-Run Derby will be held at 10:00 a.m., also at the high school field. Cost to enter is $5 per person and the winner will receive half the pot. Pre-registration is NOT necessary. For more information contact Stephen Caldwell at (580) 279-5282.
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Beginning Monday, June 17th, at 6:00 pm, Water Aerobic classes will be held at the Allen swimming pool. Classes will be held four days a week, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Cost remains the same at $1 per class. If interest warrants, a morning aerobics class may be added. Night swims have also been scheduled and the pool will be open Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00. For more information, contact pool manager Debbie Frazier at (580) 320-5513.
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Threads of Life by Cleo Emerson LeVally
Members of the Alumni will be gathering again this week and my thoughts go back to the time I was a student there. They were good years. I don’t even know if any one in my class is still living. O ne classmate, Lucille Alexander, was my very best friend during those years. One thing we did was exchange clothes on occasion, however, it was mostly me, as I did not have as many changes as she did. Her dad worked as a pumper for an oil company. They
School Days in Allen
were more affluent than my family and she had a lot of clothes that I admired which she would let me wear on occasion. Remember, we were in high school during the late 1930’s and those were not the most affluent times. W hen I would spend a night with her I was just a part of her family. The family got up early and Mrs. Alexander had me doing the early morning chores right along with the rest, before we could go to school. There were beds to be made, dishes to wash and
floors to sweep. I worked along with Lucille and her sister, Reba. Those are good memories. . I am also glad of my memories of school in Allen. Today I was thinking of one school assembly our class put on. I can’t remember if the assemblies happened once a month, or each week of school, but each class had the responsibility of putting on the assembly program. One especially I think about often. Our class made up and sang a chorus for this one, in which we made up
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Funeral services have been set for 11:00 am Monday, June 17th, at the Allen First Baptist Church for Odessa Triplett. Interment will follow in the Allen Cemetery. Mrs. Triplett passed away in Spanish Fort, Alabama on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Arrangements are under the direction of Criswell Funeral Home, Ada.
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Funeral service for Billy Gillean, 79, of Atwood, Oklahoma is pending with Hudson Phillips Funeral Home. He died on Monday, June 10, 2013, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. www. phillipsfuneralservice.com
Service Friday for Barbara Farris Barbara Jean Fariss passed away on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, at the Holdenville General Hospital. She was born on February 13, 1942 to Leon Fariss and Caryolee (Cherry) Fariss in Holdenville. Barbara attended Non and Atwood Schools where her father was a teacher. She had a great sense of humor, loved to travel, enjoyed listening to Country and Blue Grass music, and spending time with friends and family. Barbara is preceded in death by her parents Leon and Caryolee (Cherry) Fariss. She is survived by her sister Joy Daniel of Bebe, Arkansas; her brother Harold Fariss and wife Patty of Holdenville; nieces and nephews, Randy Legg, Gary Legg and wife Shelly, Michelle French and husband Dale, Lori Ramsey and husband Dale, Monica Hamme and husband Karl, Megan Fariss, David Fariss and wife Tiffany, and Chris Fariss and wife Karissa; and numerous other friends and family. Funeral Services for Barbara will be at 10:00 AM Friday, June 14th, at the East Main Church of Christ in Holdenville with Jonathan Crowell officiating. Interment will follow at the Holdenville, Oklahoma Cemetery in Holdenville. Funeral Services are under the direction of Hudson Phillips Funeral Home in Holdenville, Oklahoma.
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verses for each teacher and sang them. I remember this verse we made in the song about Bessie Brown, long time teacher there. It goes like this: ‘There comes Miss Brown. Oh, ain’t she grand? She’s coming across the yard, with a stick in her hand.’ After each verse, we
would sing, ‘Oh, we ain’t gonna sing this song again, ain’t gonna sing this song again, Oh, we ain’t gonna sing, this song again.’ After each teacher ditty, we would all do a dance on the stage. I was very good at dong the Charleston, and that was my dance. I could do it today if I were on that stage. Watch out Allen. My time may come again.
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Services for Steven Joe Moon, 40, Benton, Arkansas, formerly of Ada, Oklahoma, were at 10 a.m. Monday, June 10th, at Criswell Funeral Home Chapel, Ada, with Charles Kymes officiating. Burial followed at Vamoosa Cemetery. Mr. Moon died Wednesday, June 4, 2013, at his home in Benton. He was born Jan. 13, 1973, in Seminole. He graduated from Ada High School in 1991 and in 1997 received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and a minor in chemistry from East Central University in Ada. Mr. Moon was president of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity while at East Central University. He married Shannon Lazarski on Sept. 10, 1999, in Killeen, Texas. Mr. Moon was a Food and Drug Administration scientist at Pine Bluff Research Center through the U.S. Health Services. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on July 29, 1998, and received a medical discharge Jan. 21, 2002. Survivors include his wife, Shannon Moon, of the home; two sons, Jackson Moon and Tyler Moon, both of the home; his parents, Glenda and Jack Terry, Konawa, and Joe and Glenda Moon, Ada; a sister, Tina Moon, Shawnee; grandparents, Evert and Lillian Anderson, Konawa; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Thomas and Suzanne Lazarski, Powder Springs, Georgia; brother-in-law, Bradford Lazarski, Powder Springs, Georgia; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Valerie and Gian Park, Powder Springs, Georgia; and two nieces, Rachel and Lauren Park, both of Powder Springs, Georgia. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Mirl and Lucille Moon.
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As a kid it was often my job to take out the trash—except there wasn’t a real good place to take it. But we had a “burn barrel.” What we couldn’t get to burn we had to haul off. I would think you could get most of the year’s accumulation of ash and other unburnable stuff
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Mark Legg, Allen church of Christ Would you close the doors of your denomination? If a way could be found by which Christians from all denominations could be united together in one church, would you be willing to give up your denomination? Does Jesus, the head of the church (Eph 1:22), want unity in His body? Didn’t He pray for us to be united when He prayed that those who believed in Him may “all be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me.” (John 17:20-21) And, didn’t the Apostle Paul command Christians to “all speak the same thing and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment?” (1 Cor 1:10-11) Would you be willing to give up the distinctive practices, teachings and names that
distinguish your denomination from others? Shouldn’t Christians “make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit” by being “completely humble and gentle; patient, bearing with one another in love?” (Eph 4:2-3) In order to honor Jesus and have unity as He prayed, would you be willing to give up all religious practices, names and teachings not found in the New Testament of Jesus Christ? If you would not, why not? If we are practicing something, teaching something or using names and titles not found in the Last Will and Testament of Jesus Christ, how can we know that He approves of what we are doing and teaching? If our religious practices, beliefs and names are not given by Jesus then they must come from men or an organization of men. But, didn’t Jesus say that worshipping by the commands of men is vain? (Matthew 15:8-9) If we all gave up practices, teachings and names not found in the New Testament of Jesus Christ, couldn’t we be united in Christ’s body as He prayed? Could it be that the things that divide us are not things found in Christ’s will, but things outside of the revealed will of Christ? Could we be more loyal to our denominational beliefs, practices and names than we are to Christ? Please think about it!
didn’t have any,” he replied. “Surely they had some trash,” I retorted—“they bought a few things at the store didn’t they?” He explained it to me. The few paper bags they carried home were used over and over for storage as were their copies of “The Kansas City Star” which arrived 3X a week. Cloth bags of flower, green coffee bean sacks were also used up in making clothing or just reused like toe sacks— nothing was wasted. Last week, the Black Rock correspondent for the local news outlets, Rod Bailey, wrote me something along this line. It was a story of a little old lady and a check-out girl at the store. The young cashier told the older woman that she should bring her own grocery bags because plastic bags weren’t good for the environment. The little lady apologized explaining, “We didn’t have this ‘green thing’ back in my earlier years.” The young clerk said, “That’s our problem today. Your generation didn’t care enough to save our environment for future generations.” T he clerk was right. We didn’t have the ‘green’ thing back then. Our milk and pop bottles were all returned and they were sent back, sterilized and recycled—over and over. We didn’t have plastic either— just those brown paper bags. We reused them for numerous things such as book covers for our schoolbooks. None were thrown away. But she was right. We didn’t have the green thing back then. Back then we washed the baby’s diapers because we didn’t have the throwaway kind. We dried clothes on a line, not in an energy gobbling machine burning up 220volts of coal and gas produced electricity. Wind and solar power really did dry our clothes back on those days. Kids wore handme-down clothes from their brothers or sisters and nothing was tossed away. But like she said, we didn’t have that green thing. Back then we had one TV or radio in the house—not
a TV in every room. And the TV had a small screen—not like those big ones you have to have today. In the kitchen we blended and stirred by hand— we didn’t burn electricity to do everything for us. When we packaged a fragile item for mailing we used wadded up old newspapers not Styrofoam or plastic bubble wrap. We didn’t burn up gasoline just to cut the lawn. We used a push mower. We got enough exercise by using human power when meant we didn’t have to go to the health club to run on treadmills that operate on electricity. We used a glass, or a dipper or a drinking fountain when were thirsty instead of a plastic bottle or throw-a-way
cup. We refilled writing pens with ink instead of buying a new pen and we replaced the razorblades in a razor instead of throwing the whole razor away. We walked a lot in those days—lots of us rode buses and kids rode bikes instead of turning their moms (and grandpa) into a 24-hour taxi service in a car that cost more than their house did. We didn’t need help from a gadget that receives its signal from 23,000 miles in space to help us find a burger joint either. And we don’t need advice from a smart-aleck who can’t make change without the computerized cash register telling them how much. Speaking of smart-alecks, thanks Rod. And to my readers, be sure and go to church next Sunday. Wayne Bullard, DPh firstname.lastname@example.org
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Out with the Old; In with the New
By LeaAnn Anderson Wells Allen school Board member Lyn Anderson announced during last month’s regularly scheduled school board meeting that she would be resigning, effective immediately, due to her daughter, Joni Anderson, having been offered a full time teaching position within the Allen School district. (State school board law deems an active member of the Board cannot be related to an employee of the district three relations deep, therefore prompting the resignation of Anderson.)
Anderson Resigns; Anderson Hired
Mrs. Anderson moved to Allen from Camanche, Iowa in 2000 with her husband Jim “Andy” Anderson, who graduated from Allen Schools in 1958. She brought a plethora of experience to the Allen Board having taught for 40 years and held a Board position for 12 years in the Camanche School District, where her three daughters attended. During those years she was blessed with the opportunity to present her girls with their high school diplomas.
vacated by Caleb Baber. Tonia will be coming to Allen Schools from Maud, and she “This is a bitter sweet mo- Anderson to fill the middle also taught in Oklahoma City ment, said Anderson. “I can’t school reading position. Ms. and Wetumka. think of a better reason to re- Anderson is a recent graduate Additionally, Superintendent sign my position and this is a of East Central University and Ty Harman’s contract was great ending to this chapter of has been student teaching in renewed and the resignation my life. I am very grateful to Mrs. Peay’s third grade class- of Allen Elementary Administhose who have supported me room since January. “I am so trative Assistant Becky Boyd, over the last nine years while excited, said Anderson. The was accepted. on the Allen School Board. I whole third grade saw me cry Lastly, student participation when I found out that I was bereally will miss it.” in summer athletic leagues Following the Board accep- ing offered the position. I am and camps was approved, tance of Anderson’s resigna- so grateful for this opportunity as well as the alumni basetion, Mrs. Anderson had the and anxious for next year to ball game that will be held privilege of summoning her begin.” at the Allen Schools baseIn further business, Tonia daughter, Joni, for her Board ball field this Saturday, June interview. Later the Board Kuehn was hired to fill the 15th during Alumni Weekend. voted unanimously to hire Ms. junior high math position
Atwood Nazarene Church
L ast week was an exciting the week. Monday we learned week. We had our Vacation Bible that God’s love helps us stand School, with around 30 in atten- strong. Tuesday our Bible Point dance each day. We had great was: Family and friends help helpers and we couldn’t have us stand strong. Wednesday: Prayer helps us stand strong. done it without them. The children learned many new Thursday: Trusting God helps us songs from Truby, did crafts with stand strong. Friday: The Bible Crystal, ate snacks with Donna, helps us stand strong. The older played games with DeeDee, children learned Bible verses to and learned their Bible stories go with each of these truths. During the week we took up from Bro. Larry, Jami, Donna, money to send to the tornado and Pam. Kelsey, Sedric, Cole, and BryAnn were our teen help- victims. These children have ers. Our theme this year was many fears and worries about “Kingdom Rock,” and Jami did life and they need a faith in God an outstanding job with the stage to get them through. We encourage each of the parents to find a The VBS at the Nazarene Church of Atwood was well attended this past week and everyone decorations. Sunday morning we had our church home and take your chilhad a great time learning about “Kingdom Rock.” Pictured here practicing the movesforget for ATTENTION OCAN COORDINATORS - Don't to download your 2x2 program and the parents got ads to dren. their songs are (back row) Chandler Wallace, Kellianne Finney, Olivia and Audrey Taylor, Next Sunday is Father’s Day see what the children had learned fromSpencer the OPA Web site this week. Auston Stowe, and Tiler Stidmon; (front row) Cason Evilsizer, Wallace, Jennifer during the week. Bro. Larry and we plan on giving each father your insertion order with the Ad Name download. Brill, Angelina Stidmon, Paige McCoy, andLook Kiley for Jones. talkedto about the Bible truths for a pie to take home. We would welcome you in our services. (You will receive an insertion order from OPS for the 2x2 ads.)
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA No. PB-2012-64 In the Matter of the Estate of FLOYD K. UNDERHILL, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING RETURN OF SALE UNDER POWER IN WILL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that F. Keith Underhill, Personal Representative of the Estate of Floyd K. Underhill, deceased, has made Return to this Court of and presented for confirmation sale made by him as such Personal Representative to Janna Madden, for the cash Sum of $75,500 under Power of Sale granted in the Last Will and Testament of the decedent, of the following described real estate situated in Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, more particularly described, as follows, to-wit: The West Half of Lot Four (4) and All of Lots Five (5) and Six (6) in Block 21 of the Town of Stonewall, Oklahoma. And has made Return to this Court of and presented for confirmation sale made by him as such Personal Representative to Janna Madden, for the cash Sum of $6200 under Power of Sale granted in the Last Will and Testament of the decedent, of the following described real estate situated in Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma, more particularly described, as follows, to-wit: All of Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8) in Block 21 of the Town of Stonewall, Oklahoma. which Return is on file herein and that Monday, the 24th day of June, 2013 at 8:00 o’clock a.m. in the District Courtroom at the Pontotoc County Courthouse, Ada, Oklahoma, has been appointed for hearing such Return at which time any person interested may appear and contest the same. Reference is hereby made to said Return of further particulars. I have hereunto set my hand this 10th day of June, 2013. Thomas S. Landrith Judge of the District Court Kenneth R. Johnson 130 East 14th Street/Drawer 1690 Ada, OK 73820 Attorney for Personal Representative (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 13, 2013)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. PB-2012-77 In the Matter of the Estate of JOE LEE BLANSETT, Deceased. Notice of hearing final account, petition for order allowing final account, determination of heirship, final settlement, distribution and discharge NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Marilyn D. Cole, Personal Representative of the Estate of Joe Lee Blansett, Deceased, having filed in this Court her Final Account of the administration of said Estate, her Petition for Order Allowing Final Account, Determination of Heirship, Distribution and Discharge of said Personal Representative, the hearing of the same has been set by the Judge of this Court for Tuesday, the 2nd day of July, 2013 at 2:30 o’clock p.m. at the Pontotoc County District Courtroom, Pontotoc County Courthouse, located in Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, and all persons interested in said Estate are notified to then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why said Account should not be settled and allowed, the heirs of said deceased determined, said Estate distributed and the Personal Representative discharged. DATED this the 4th day of June, 2013. Thomas S. Landrith Judge of the District Court Kenneth R. Johnson 130 East 14th Street, Drawer 1690 Ada, OK 74820 580/332-2558 Attorney for Personal Representative (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 13 and 20, 2013)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. PB-2013-4 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JUDITH NORENE WHOMBLE, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ACCOUNT, PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP, DISTRIBUTION OF ESTATE AND DISCHARGE OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE NOTICE is hereby given that Shari L. Todd, Personal Representative of the estate of Judith Norene Whomble, deceased, having filed in this Court his/her Final Account and Petition for Distribution and Discharge, the hearing of the same has been set by the Judge of said Court for the 3rd day of July, 2013, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., in Courtroom #315 of said Court in the County Courthouse in Ada, Oklahoma, and all persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the said account should not be settled and allowed, the heirs, legatees, and devisees of Judith Norene Whomble, deceased, determined, said estate distributed and the Personal Representative discharged. WITNESS my hand this 11 th day of June, 2013. s/Thomas S. Landrith JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT GREGORY S. TAYLOR Attorney at Law 115 South Broadway P.O. Box 1737 Ada, OK 74820 580/332-7717 (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 13 and 20, 2013)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. JB-2013-10 In the Matter SHYANNE NICOLE ESKER, DOB: 12/28/08, Alleged Deprived Children as Defined by the Laws of the State of Oklahoma THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF PONTOTOC, TO: Father Mario Hulondez, Address Unknown You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in the above styled and numbered case, alleging that the above named child is deprived, as described more fully in the attached Petition. The attached Petition is hereby made a part of the Summons and Notice and incorporated by reference. The Petitioner prays that the above named child be adjudicated deprived and dealt with according to law, and for all proper orders and relief. That this matter will be heard at a hearing upon the Petition on the 10th day of July, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. in the District Court, Pontotoc County Courthouse, Ada, Oklahoma, before Judge at which time and place you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why order and judgment in the proceedings should not be entered as in the Petition prayed, and you are hereby summoned and notified to be present at said time and place and to bring and have with you the above named child, if child be in your custody or control, and you and each of you will in no wise omit, under penalty of law. Failure to appear without reasonable cause may result in you being held in contempt of court and a warrant being issued for your arrest pursuant to Title 10A O.S.§2-2-107(G). You are advised that the respondent parents, guardian or custodian, and respondent child is entitled to be represented by an attorney at each and every stage of the proceedings and if the parties are unable because of lack of present financial resources to obtain an attorney, they are entitled, upon demonstrating this fact to the Court’s satisfaction, to a Courtappointed attorney at no expense to such parties. Petitioner prays that the child be brought before the Court and dealt with in accordance with the Oklahoma Children’s Code, Title 10A O.S.§1-1-101 et seq., and that the State of Oklahoma reserves the right to seek a termination of parental rights and the parents may be ordered to pay child support if the juvenile is placed outside the home. Failure to respond to this summons or to appear at this hearing constitutes consent to the adjudication of the children as deprived and may ultimately result in the loss of custody of the children or the termination of parental rights to the children. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 29th day of May, 2013. Karen Dunnigan Court Clerk By: s) G. Pingleton Deputy (SEAL) (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 13, 2013)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA FD-2013-80 In the Matter of the Dissolution of the Marriage of Tori Lea Roberts-Tolentino, Petitioner and Eleazar Tolentino-Navarro, Respondent. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Eleazar Tolentino-Navarro Take notice that you have been sued in the above named Court by the said Petitioner,Tori Lea Roberts-Tolentino, for a divorce on the grounds of incompatibility. You must answer said Petition on or before (45 days), or said Petition will be taken as true and a judgment will be rendered for Petitioner granting him/her a decree of divorce. Witness my hand and the seal of this Court this June 10, 2013. Karen Dunnigan, Court Clerk By: Pat Weaver Deputy Tori Lea Roberts-Tolentino 722 N. Texas Ada, Oklahoma 74820 405-207-4242 (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 13, 20 and 27, 2013)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. CV-2013-68 ODETTE M. ROGERS and SUSAN C. ROGERS, TRUSTEES OF THE ODETTE M. ROGERS REVOCABLE TRUST DATED MAY 17, 2004, Plaintiffs, vs. MICHAEL DAVID ROGERS, if living, and if deceased, his unknown successors, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Michael David Rogers, if living, or if deceased, their unknown successors. You the Defendants above named are hereby notified that you have been sued by the above named Plaintiffs in the above entitled action in the District Court of Pontotoc Oklahoma, and that you must answer the Petition filed by Plaintiffs in said case on or before the 11th day of July, 2013,or said Petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly in favor of Plaintiffs 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 10 in Block 4, Howard Thompson Addition to the City of Ada, Oklahoma, according to the recorded plat and survey thereof. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court this 28th day of May, 2013. KAREN DUNNIGAN, COURT CLERK BY: s/B. Myers Deputy Gregory S. Taylor, Attorney for Plaintiffs OBA #8863 115 S. Broadway P.O. Box 1737 Ada, OK 74821 580/332-7717 (Published in The Allen Advocate on May 30, June 6 and 13, 2013)
LIEN SALE: VIN#1G3CX54C0L4338893, 1990 Olds Delta 88. SALE DATE: June 21, 2013, 8:00 am LOCATION: 12521 State Hwy 3W, Ada, OK 74820 CONTACT: Robbie Smith (580) 332-2250 BILL DUE: $2,143.00 (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 6, 13 and 20, 2013)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. PB-13-13 In the Matter of the Estate of CLYDE DOUGLAS COATS, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors having claims against CLYDE DOUGLAS COATS, 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 Terry Bray, Personal Representative, at the office of his attorney, Kurt B. Sweeney, Sweeney, Draper & Christopher, P.O. Box 190, Ada, OK 74821-0190, on or before the following presentment date, August 7, 2013, or the same will be forever barred. DATED this 29th day of May, 2013. s) Kurt B. Sweeney, #17544 Sweeney, Draper & Christopher P.O. Box 190 Ada, OK 74821-0190 Attorney for Personal Representatives Kurt B. Sweeney Sweeney, Draper & Christopher P.O. Box 190 Ada, OK 74821-0190 (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 6 and 13, 2013)
Anyone having interest in a 2005 Gulfstream Trailer, 1NLIGTR216075065, contact Stevin Bevill (580) 665-0046. Sale Date: June 14, 2013. (Published in The Allen Advocate on May 30, June 6 and 13, 2013)
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The Ray Boys, Rodney on bass and Jeff swallowing the microphone, and the band will make the first public appearance in Allen Friday night. Hurry to town to get a seat in the front row.
Classic Mustang to Debut This Weekend by Jeff Ray
It was about a year ago when I saw a photo of David Baber in the Allen Advocate. Guitar in hand, amplifier by his feet... looking like he was just having the best time playing music at the Alumni Street Party. I emailed my brother Rodney and told him that we should look into joining forces with Dave at the next alumni reunion. I figured that since Rodney was already an experienced gig musician that it might be fun to play music again in our hometown. Rodney, ever the observant one, pointed out that Dave already had a band, and probably didn’t need us messing up what he had going with that group. He then mentioned that Jeff Hughes was coming to Allen on a regular basis to jam with Richard Laden and Wendall Smith, and that maybe I
should contact him about getting in with them. A few Facebook messages later, and Jeff invited me to come sit in with them at one of their sessions. So, with a keyboard tucked under one arm, and a stand tucked under the other, I drove to Allen to see if this might be a group that would be interested in putting together something for the Alumni Weekend. Turns out, it was. If you don’t know Jeff Hughes, then you probably don’t know this guy was born to shred on a guitar. More than just a guitar player, H (as we call him) is a student of the instrument, as well as a teacher and an incredible performer. He is involved in a number of music projects, and is always encouraging those around him to elevate their own levels of musicianship. By the end of that first rehearsal, which was more fun than I ever
Merida Sappenfield Tomb took over the keyboard and Richard Laden on rhythm and electric guitars.
Young Gun, Jake Gardner tries to keep the old men on beat.
dreamed it could be, we had already discussed a list of other musicians with Allen connections to approach about sitting in with us at our next session. Rodney Ray on bass, a young drummer from Holdenville by way of Allen FBC, Jake Gardner; David Rowe, a harmonica player from Ada was also recruited from Allen FBC. As nobody else seemed to want to sing, I was pushed back up to the mic, and Merida Sappenfield Tomb took over the keyboard. With Richard Laden on rhythm and electric guitars and Wendell Smith playing 6- and 12-string, plus mandolin, and H on lead guitar, the group was pretty much set until we recently added Julie Ray to provide some harmony vocals. Rehearsals have been a challenge as Rodney lives near Dallas and works in Nigeria. Jeff Hughes lives and works in the Norman area. Neither one is an easy commute, so we’ve been lucky to get in a single rehearsal about every 5 or 6 weeks. That hasn’t deterred us from trying to put something together, however. We stay in touch via a closed page on Facebook, as well as the Classic Mustang Band page on Facebook that is open to the public. Our music selections are definitely from the classic rock catalog. Artists such as Tom Petty, Jimi Hendix, Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart and Metallica are just a few of the names you’ll find on our play list. Kid Rock, Pink Floyd, Cream, Georgia Satellites also find a home with us. Are we any good? With well over 100 years of combined musical experience in our ranks, we have managed not to fall of off a stage yet. But, the Alumni Street Party will be our first opportunity
to play in front of people, so I guess we’ll find out in a few days what we are made of. As I’m fond of saying (and I know my dad would approve of this message), “What we lack in talent and showmanship we make up for in volume and girth!”
Come on out and see us. We will be sharing a stage with Jim, Doug and The Boys, so if you don’t hear something you like... just wait a bit... those guys have been making good music for a lot of years and they always put on a great show!
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Fifty Years Ago in Allen Fifty years may sound like a long time but it was only yesterday . . . January 17, 1963 Allen Band to Host 250 Musicians at Festival Here The most musical affair of the year for Allen is coming up Saturday, January 19. Approximately 250 musicians representing ten high school bands from over the state will converge at the high school for an all-day band festival. This is the second consecutive year Allen high school has been host to this festival. Tommy Allen, band director, is to be complimented for his success with the Mustang band during the two years he has been director. He is also to be commended for the hard work he has put into planning this festival. The morning session which will begin with registration of players at 8:00 will be devoted to try-outs and rehearsals. Lunch will be served in the lunchroom by band parents. Proceeds will go toward needed band equipment. Mrs. Roy Thompson is chairman of the food committee. A concession stand in the high school will provide drinks and sandwiches during the day with Mrs. Ray Isaacs and Mrs. Harold Marler co-chairmen. A movie, “Bon Voyage” will be shown at the Majestic Theatre in the afternoon at 25-cents admission, to provide the musicians a little relaxation between the day sessions and the concert Saturday evening in the auditorium. Guest conductors for the concert will be Kenny Peters, director of the Durant High School, and Don Gant, director of the ECSC band. Band attending the Allen festival will be from Tecumseh, Coalgate, Davis, Atoka, Sulphur, Wetumka, Konawa (director Loy Kidwell), Maud, Durant Jr. High, and Bowlegs. February 21, 1963 FFA Chapter is Big Business T he Allen Future Farmers of America, Chapter No. 102, elected the following officers for the 196263 school year: Joe Moon, president; Kenneth Borders, vice-president; Leonard Iker, secretary; Danny Ross, treasurer; Tommy [Skeeter] Hogue, reporter; and Richard Kemler, sentinel. These boys are elected at the close of the spring term of school. The Allen FFA Chapter 102 has forty-seven paid up members. All students enrolled in Vocational Agriculture can be members of a local Chapter. The Allen Chapter uses the recommended ceremony for raising its members to the higher degrees. The first degree a new student can receive is the Green Hand Degree. This year the following students were recommended to the resident for the Green Hand Degree: Jim David Cummings, Marion Borders, George Harris, Dewayne Nickerson and Harold Wofford.
The second and highest degree a Chapter can raise members to is the Chapter Farmer Degree. The Allen FFA Chapter awarded the Chapter Farmer Degree to eight FFA members at a recent meeting. The following boys making the degree were: Ronnie Reynolds, Donnie Pipkin, Jack Pegg, Bob Ross, Kenneth Maloy, Purvey Knighten, Johnny Borders and Kenneth Holman. The third and a very high step up the ladder of success in FFA is the State Farmer Degree. The Allen FFA Chapter has one member who has sent in his application for this Degree. Since this is awarded on the State level, the results won’t be known until the State FFA Convention. This convention is usually the last week in April. Edward Dale Peay has met the qualifications for this Degree and it is quite an honor to even be considered for this Degree. Only 2 percent of the state membership is qualified for this Degree. At the close of the 1962 fiscal year, fifty FFA bys had $29,956.61 invested in livestock or farming equipment. Thirty-two boys during the year owned 261 head of beef cattle that produced 30,215 pounds of beef for a total labor income of $6,030.51. Six boys had Dairy Production with 10 head of Dairy cows. These 10 cows and heifers produced 16,160 pounds of milk and 1,625 pounds of growth for a total labor income of $998.00 Four boys had Poultry enterprises for projects. They had 115 hens during the year producing 222 dozens of eggs for a labor income of $98.60. Sixteen boys owned 149 head of hogs during the year that produced 11,557 pounds of pork for a total labor income of $1,027.85. Five boys had vegetable production projects with a $288.53 labor income. In all, the fifty boys had 63 enterprises for projects with a grand total labor income of $8,443.9. The FFA members find time to cooperate with the Chamber of Commerce and other community activities. Two main projects they conducted along this line was placing the Christmas tree in the middle of Broadway, securing soil samples and setting up chairs and tables for the annual Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Banquet held for the Farmers and Ranchers in this area. They also put in many hours at the City Park, repairing a bridge. March 7, 1963 31 Represented Allen at R.A. Congress Thirty-one men and boys from Allen attended the State Royal Ambassador Congress at Oklahoma City on March 1 and 2. The boys spent the night in various Christian homes over Oklahoma City. They divided into three differ-
ent age groups on Saturday to attend the last two sessions. The sponsors and boys who attended were A.K. Kimbrough, Buck Gilmore, Doyle Self, Alvin drake, O.H. Fanning and David Forester; Stevie Kimbrough, Buddy Drake, Dwayne Ray, Phillip Marler, Danny Jones, Neal Rinehart, Billy Guy, Tommy Peay, Darrel Williams, Mike Self, Johnny Cozad, Terry Shires, Phil Burk, Bobby Patterson, Tommy Patterson, Harrell Rinehart, Richard Abernathy, Larry Burris, Dale Pegg, Jay Isaacs, David Cummings, Charlie Weaver, Brooks Palmer, Elmer Johnson and Johnny Malone. April 11, 1963 Ticket Sale Good on Movie Made in Allen Not everyone has had the opportunity to see someone they know personally in a movie made by Hollywood producers. However, people in this area will get that chance Friday night at 7:30 at the high school auditorium. Over thirty Allen people appear in this Walt Disneytype movie. “Born Hunter” is the name of the picture and the stars are Harve Butler Jr., and a dog he trained named King. King is owned by Ronnie McMunn of Sapulpa. The show tells a story of a bird dog and his trainer. The movie was filmed here at Allen last fall. Ironically, just week before last this same dog, King, and his trainer, Butler, went to the Field Trials at Stillwater and won first place in the open-age class. This is a family movie, tickets are $1.00 and ALL proceeds will go to the Allen Park Fund. This film of :Born Hunter: is Butler’s personal copy. He is giving his time and the use of the film plus a registered bird dog in hopes that it will help the Park Fund. Many Allen people appear in this film. A partial list of Allenites are George Kidwell and son, Mike, G.W. Wilson, Charles Ray Butler, Phillip Milner, Jack Wright, Leslie Rinehart, Howard Jared, Otis Vinson, Tommy Hogue, Byron Rowsey, Troy Stotts, Lowell Ross, Verbie Black, government trapper Jack McPhetridge, Mrs. Harve Butler Jr., Harvey Dean, Janice and, of course, Harve. Many more Allen people appear in various scenes, but a complete list of names wasn’t available. A full evening of entertainment is in store for those attending Friday evening. Some good local entertainers will perform plus a very interesting color movie about Oklahoma has been scheduled to go along with “Born Hunter.” Marilyn Thomas and Sandra Hart will put on a skit that has received acclaim when performed before various groups in Allen. Another group of performers who are always in demand will sing several songs. They are Ronnie Jared, Kay Walker and Ruth Roark in the trio; Glenda Francis, Joan Walker and Janice
Selected for the Pontotoc County Basketball All Stars in 1952 were Billye Cozad (guard), June McDonald (forward), and Pauline Vinson (guard). The team was selected from the senior players from all the schools in the county by a public vote. Billye was also voted onto the team the previous year but was unable to play as a junior. She did, however, get to model the uniform and travel with the All Star team.
Butler and Stephanie Sedlacek make the quartet, and Miss Francis will also sing a solo. May 16, 1963 Commencement Exercises Friday C ommencement for the Allen High School Senior class will be held Friday night, May 17, starting at 8:00 in the auditorium. Rev. David Forester, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will give the invocation and benediction. Mrs. Mackay Kimbrough will pay the processional and recessional. Joe Moon will bring the Salutatory address. Edith Cosper will give the class history, Karen Julian the class will, and Linda Cannady the class prophecy, Marlyn Thomas will present the Key with Kenneth Borders accepting. Janet Borders will give the Valedictory address. The class will be presented by Alfred Darras, principal, and C. G. Weaver, superintendent, will award diplomas. Members of the senior class are Ronnie Black, Kenny Brewer, Lawrence Johnson, Joe Moon, Ronnie Robinson, Johnny Bohannon, Winford Cook, Jerry Jones, Ronnie Reynolds, J anet Borders, Edith Cosper, Sandra Hart, Nancy Phillips, Rose Thomas, Linda Cannady, Priscilla Crabtree, Karen Julian and Marlyn Thomas. Class sponsors are Mrs. Jackie Cagle and Ozon Hodges. J oe Moon, class Salutatorian, attended Byng Grade School and won a Scholarship award for five years. He was the Valedictorian of the Francis eighth Grade class. In Allen High School, he was active in the FFA, and was president of the Senior class this year. Janet Borders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Borders, spent all of her school years in the Allen schools. Class Valedictorian, she was also Salutatorian of the Sixth grade class, and Valedictorian of the Ninth grade, and has been a member of the Honor Society. The Junior High Commencement will be Thursday night at 8:00 in the school auditorium. Eddie Huckeby will give the Valedictory address, and Joan Walker will present the Salutatory address. Linda Robinson will present the class history; Richard Bailey will give the class prophecy, and Lynda Wells is to read the class will. Rev. Marvin Francis, pastor of the Church of God, will give the Invocation, and Rev. Sam Kilpatrick, pastor of the Methodist Church, will give the Benediction. Larry Darbison, principal, will present the class and C.G. Weaver, Superintendent, will present the diplomas. Members of the Ninth Grade class are: Richard Eugene Abernathy, Richard Bailey, Marion J.C. Borders, Glen Calvin Boyd, Richard Lee Brand, Robert Morris Chiles, Leelon Francis, Ted Bradley Corbitt, David Cummings, Robert roger Hinchey, Tony Holliman, Eddie Don Huckeby, Joe R. Jones, Tommy Russell Kimbrell, Larry Nickell, Jimmy Wayne Sampson, Harold Stick, Lan Vandeveer, Buddy West, Harold Wofford, Jim Harris, K aren Jane Borders, Marie Brooks, Noweta Case, Sheila Ann Eubank, Sharon Kay Heddleson, Rita Delores Hughes, Kathryn Sue Isaacs, Charlotte Julian, Sharon Bernice Knighten, Sherry Ann Lane, Peggy LaDean Lee, Sandra Mason, Linda Robinson, Bobbie Ann stick, Joan Walker, Lynda Joyce Wells, Margarett Elaine Wheeler, Judith Ann Whitaker, Lona Ann Wilson and Joan Hoff. Class sponsors are Larry Darbison and George Latta. June 27, 1963 HD Club Enjoys Lesson The Home Demonstration Club met June 19 in the home of Mrs. Cornia Powell. The roll call was answered by the members naming new cooking utensils they need in their kitchens. The program opened with the devotional from Proverbs 3, 5 and 6. Mrs. W.W. Gibson, program leader, led the discussion on “Basic pointers to consider when buying pots and pans.” Present were Mrs. Wayne Mead, Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. Nath Stafford, Mrs. Ernest Hodges, Mrs. Guy Milner, Mrs. H.H. Hamilton, Mrs. Ola Chadd, Miss Iona Gilmore, Mrs. Luther Patterson and daughter
Juanita, Mrs. W.W. Gibson and Mrs. Cornia Powell. July 11, 1963 9 Scouts Have Week at Camp It all started Sunday, June 30, about 2:00 p.m., when nine local Boy Scouts and their Scoutmaster, Lyndle Ross, accompanied by Alfred Darras, left for Cam p Simpson. Much of the groundwork had been laid by coordinators, W.D. Blackburn and Hugh Brinson, who are both on the Board from the Methodist Church who sponsors the local Boy Scout troop. Boy Scouts from Allen Troop 24 making the trip and spending the week were Johnny Cozad, and Herbie Darras, Stevie Kimbrough, Billy Guy, Tommy Peay, Harold Rinehart, Philip Marler and Dewayne Ray. L.C. Cozad Jr., Charles Butler and James Arnold, in that order, helped Ross with the leadership duties. Ross started it out by spending Sunday night and part of Monday at the camp. He was relieved by Cozad who stayed with local lads until Tuesday afternoon when Charles Butler arrived for a two day stay. James Arnold, who relieved Butler and stayed over the Fourth of July, was relieved on Friday by the Scoutmaster Ross who finished out the week. T he climax of the week-long camp was Saturday evening, July 6, when a barbecue dinner honored all troops and parents were invited to come to camp and join in the dinner and presentation of awards. Those attending from Allen were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Darras, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Cozad Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Ray. All present helped bring some of the boys home following the Campfire Ceremonies and Mr. Ray brought home the boys’ equipment. Allen boys receiving awards that evening were Charley Darras who received a Swimming Merit Badge, and Tommy Peay who received a One Mile Swimming Badge. Troop 24 meets each Thursday evening at the Allen Methodist Church. Lyndle Ross is scoutmaster and Kenny Hughes is assistant scoutmaster. August 22, 1963 School Starts Monday Friday, August 23, is enrollment day for Allen school pupils. The buses will run to bring the students to school and return them by noon. Class work won’t begin until Monday, August 26. School will commence at 8:30 each morning and dismiss at 3:25 in the afternoon. High school pupils will go to lunch at 12:10 and classes resume at 1:00. Teachers have been working since August 19 in preparation for the coming term. Following is a list of teachers and the classes they will teach: Alfred Darras, superintendent of schools, senior and 8th grade English; Larry Darbison, senior high principal, Jr.-Sr. high math and science; Raymond Isaacs, head football coach, boys basketball, baseball, and history; Thomas Dillard, high school English and speech; Murlys Crawford, vocational agriculture; Ozon Hodges, mechanical drawing, shop and English; Thomas Allen, junior high English and band; Mrs. Jack Cagle, high school typing, bookkeeping, shorthand and junior high general business; Mrs. Ralph Courtney, Jr.-Sr. high math and science; and Mrs. Thomas Dillard will be the vocational home economics teacher. Bob Somerhalder is the junior high principal. He will teach American history and biology in addition to coaching the senior girls basketball team and assisting with football. George Latta ill do all junior high coaching and teach health, science and arithmetic. D ewey Reynolds is the grade school principal and will teach the sixth grade. Other teachers in the grades are: Mrs. Kenneth West, first grade; Miss Josie Chiles, second grade; Mrs. Pearl Pipkin, third grade; Mrs. June Curtain, fourth grade; and Mrs. Berch Walker, fifth grade. Custodians for the upcoming year are Conan Doyle, Troy Manuel and R.L. Morris. Mrs. Bernice Kytle, Mrs. Reta Burris and Mrs. J.O. Vinson will prepare the meals for the school lunch program; and bus drivers are James Lee, R.L. Morris
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1963 in Allen and Lowell Ross. Lunch tickets will be priced the same as last year, 30-cents for a single meal, or $1.25 per week. September 5, 1963 SchoolEnrollment Has Loss: Officers Elected With school in its second week and enrollment completed, Alfred Darras, superintendent announced a loss of 22 students from the enrollment of 1962. The senior high school enrollment this year showed an increase of 14 students over last year with a total of 109. The number of junior high and grade school students decreased. The junior high enrollment is 90, which is 29 less than last year. Grade school enrolled 154 this year compared to 161 last year. Total school enrollment is 353 compared to 375 for last year. Larry Darbison, high school principal, announced that portable fans were installed in the grade school rooms this week. Due to the heat, school has been dismissed an hour earlier in the afternoon the past week. If the weather is cooler next week, the regular schedule will be resumed. School activities are already underway with expectations of a good year in the offing. Following the last hour classes Friday, all classes met to elect officers, representatives and home room mothers for the new term. Officers elected are as follows: Seniors – president, Bryon Rowsey; vice president, Glenn Russell; secretary-treasurer, Deona Borders; and reporter, Dick Kemler. Juniors – president, Linda Jones; vice president, Johnny Borders; sectreasurer, Deretha Holliman; and reporters, Kathy Harris and Dena Patterson. Sophomores – president, Harold Stick; vice president, Eddie Huckeby; and sec-treasurer, Marion Borders. Freshmen – president, Louis Jarrett; vice president, Janice Stinson; sec-treasurer, Jennye Triplett; and reporter, Barbara Knighten. Members of the Student Council are John Crumb and Janice Butler of the senior class; Sherry Nugent and Bobby Ross of the juniors; Richard Bailey and Linda Robinson of the sophomores; Harold Maloy and Sharon Matthews from the freshmen class; Terry Shires and Juanita Patterson from the eighth; and Stevie Kimbrough and Judy Murphey of the seventh grade. Candidates for football queen are Wilda Eubank, senior; Karen Rice, junior; Kathy Kemler, sophomore; and Janice Jones, freshman. Home room mothers are: senior class – Mrs. Earl Wofford, Mrs. Denmon Eubank, Mrs. Leon Kidwell and Mrs. Harve Butler; junior class – Mrs. Lowell Ross, Mrs. R.L. Morris, Mrs. Lee Roy Jones and Mrs. Stinson; freshman class – Mrs. W.. Pegg, Mrs. Bill Carter, Mrs. Eddie Clark, Mrs. T.A. Hogue and Mrs. Clifford Jarrett; eighth grade – Mrs. Bill Hart, Mrs. E.C. Peay, Mrs. Richard Bowers and Mrs. Vigil Guy; seventh grade – Mrs. Alvin Drake, Mrs. Claudia Murphey and Mrs. Kenneth Janda. October 17, 1963 Parade Friday; Homecoming The Queen, her attendants, their escorts, Homecoming, the Band on Parade . . . all of this, with the Mustangs vs. the Maud Tigers as the Grand Finale is in the offing to Allenites Friday afternoon and evening. A Pep Rally, which will begin at the school and climaxed by a downtown parade which will be staged at approximately 3:00 p.m., will feature the Allen Mustang Band, the Football team, the Pep Club, the Football Queen, Miss Janice Jones, a freshman, and her three attendants riding in a convertible, courtesy of Ross Chevrolet Co. The Queen’s attendants are Miss Kathy Kemler, sophomore; Miss Karen Rice, junior; and Miss Wilda Eubank, senior. Byron Rowsey of the Mustang team will crown the Queen at ceremonies during half-time of the Allen-Maud game. Other escorts for the Allen beauties are Howard Canada, Donnie Pipkin and John Crumb. The Mustangs will still be without the services of Derrell Phillips and most followers agree that Phillips would have been more than wel-
come, had he been able to play last week against OKC Casady. November 21, 1963 4-H Members Win Honors A year of hard work was culminated Monday evening, November 18, when local 4-H Club members were presented many awards at the 4-H Achievement banquet. The banquet, held at the East Central State College Student Union, was attended by club members from all county chapters as well as 4-H leaders, sponsors and other interested persons. T he Asa Hutchinson trophy, awarded to the outstanding 4-H boy exhibitor at the Pontotoc County Free Fair was presented to Richard Bailey. Richard was also recognized as all around boy in the Spring Roundup. In other projects Richard placed fourth in the state in safety and seventh in leadership, as well as second division winner in achievement in state competition. Richard was presented with two $50 bonds on his record book, one for personality project and one for safety project. The senior division land judging trophy also went to Richard who was a member of the team consisting of Doug Stinson, Jim Harris and Larry Burris. The Southwestern Bell Telephone 4-H Personality plaque went to Richard in the senior boy’s division and to Betty Brown in the senior girl’s division. Betty also won a medal on her record book on clothing and a certificate for achievement and citizenship. Betty and brooks Palmer were named Key Award winners. This honor goes to the top one percent in the county who are over 16 years of age. A district award, a $25 bond for livestock achievement, was also present to Brooks. Ronnie Janda was the only Allen 4-H member to receive a jacket this year. Previous winners are not eligible in the competition. The jackets, awarded on the past year’s record of excellence in projects and participation, are presented by the Ada Kiwanis Club. The grade division trophy for the land judging contest was presented to Ronnie Janda, Terry Shires and Tommy Peay. Medals and certificates were presented to the following: Richard Bailey, achievement and boy’s agriculture; Brooks Palmer, horse and gardening; Ronnie Janda, swine and dairy; Terry Shires, recreation and hunting and fishing; Terry Janda, swine and health; Billy Guy, public speaking and home grounds beautification; Morris Chiles, achievement; and Judy Murphey, home grounds beautification and achievement. December 12, 1963 Dale Kimbrell to Head Allen Chamber for ‘64 The Allen Chamber of Commerce met Monday at Leon’s Lunchonette and elected new officers who will serve Allen’s only civic organization for 1963. Dale Kimbrell was elected president of the Allen Chamber of Commerce. Virgil Guy will serve as vice-president and L.C. Cozad Jr., was re-elected as secretary and treasurer. Kimbrell succeeds his brother, Russell, as president, and A.K. Kimbrough is the outgoing vice-president. Also elected were new Board of Director members to serve with the group of hold-over directors. New members elected were C.A. Nelson, Odis Mitchell, Willie Lee and Floyd Simmons. The out-going president Russell Kimbrell automatically joins the Board of Directors which is composed of nine men. The holdover members are L.C. Cozad Jr., Virgil Ramsey, W.D. Blackburn, and A.K. Kimbrough. As his last official act, Kimbrell appointed a committee to work on the Santa Claus plans for this Christmas. Willie Lee is head of that committee, which is composed of Jack Chiles, Odis Mitchell, Dale Kimbrell and L.C. Cozad Jr. Members present at Monday’s meeting were Bill Orick, Virgil Ramsey, Russell Kimbrell, Lindon Tate, W.D. Blackburn, Jack Chiles, Floyd Simmons, Otto Strickland, Harley Lowry, Leon Kidwell, Willie Lee, Dale Kimbrell, Lloyd Cannady, David Gray, Odis Mitchell, L.C. Cozad Jr., and Virgil Guy.
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The Truth about Dads of the Pre-K Before we let them go home for the summer, we consulted with the Allen Pre-K students one last time. With Father’s Day this Sunday, we thought everyone would enjoy knowing about the Pre-K Dads . . .
What is your Dad’s name? Daddy (Duane) How old is he? 9 How tall is he? 15 inches How much does he weigh? 9 pounds What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Cleans our room What is his favorite drink? Water What is his favorite thing to eat? Steak What is his favorite TV show? Ironman What does he cook? Eggs Where does he like to go? Goodwill What does he like to do for fun? Jumps on our Mama — Sam Daniel What is your Dad’s name? Troy Jones How old is he? 68 How tall is he? 6 inches How much does he weigh? 100 pounds What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Cook and clean What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Burritos What is his favorite TV show? Dancing with the Stars What does he cook? Noodles Where does he like to go? Subway What does he like to do for fun? Watch TV — Angelena Stidmon What is your Dad’s name? David How old is he? 3 How tall is he? 15 inches How much does he weigh? I don’t know What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Wash dishes What is his favorite drink? Water What is his favorite thing to eat? Macaroni & Cheese What is his favorite TV show? News What does he cook? Sandwiches Where does he like to go? Wal Mart What does he like to do for fun? Go to the movie theater — Blake Campbell What is your Dad’s name? Jason How old is he? 4 How tall is he? 4 inches How much does he weigh? 7 pounds What color is his hair? Gray What does he do around the house? Watch TV What is his favorite drink? Pineapple drink What is his favorite thing to eat? Chicken What is his favorite TV show? Judge Judy What does he cook? Onions Where does he like to go? Papa’s What does he like to do for fun? Cleans the house — Alexis Friday What is your Dad’s name? Brett How old is he? 2 How tall is he? 40 inches How much does he weigh? 40 pounds What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Plays with me What is his favorite drink? Tea What is his favorite thing to eat? Pizza What is his favorite TV show? Bell What does he cook? Chicken Noodles
Where does he like to go? The hotel What does he like to do for fun? Go to the park and swing — Kryslyn Stephens What is your Dad’s name? Josh How old is he? 18 How tall is he? 14 inches How much does he weigh? 18 pounds What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Sits in his chair What is his favorite drink? Water What is his favorite thing to eat? Turkey What is his favorite TV show? Basketball What does he cook? Turkey Where does he like to go? Swimming What does he like to do for fun? Runs — Daycie Nemecek What is your Dad’s name? Kanan How old is he? 2 How tall is he? 10 inches How much does he weigh? 50 pounds What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Work What is his favorite drink? Orange Juice What is his favorite thing to eat? Meat What is his favorite TV show? News What does he cook? French Fries Where does he like to go? To the river What does he like to do for fun? Wants to go to a party — Jake Matthews What is your Dad’s name? Kanan How old is he? 32 How tall is he? 60 inches How much does he weigh? 40 lbs What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Work What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Meat What is his favorite TV show? Cowboys What does he cook? Smoked Meat Where does he like to go? Circus What does he like to do for fun? Play — Gus Matthews What is your Dad’s name? Ron How old is he? 6 How tall is he? 7 inches How much does he weigh? 6 lbs What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Plays with us What is his favorite drink? Tea What is his favorite thing to eat? Sandwiches What is his favorite TV show? OU What does he cook? He doesn’t ever cook Where does he like to go? That place where they have fishing stuff What does he like to do for fun? Plays with us — Taylor Batey What is your Dad’s name? Ty How old is he? 42 How tall is he? 6 feet 3 inches How much does he weigh? 1,000 lbs What color is his hair? Bald What does he do around the house? Watch TV What is his favorite drink? Root Beer What is his favorite thing to eat? ribs What is his favorite TV show? Grimm What does he cook? He don’t cook
Where does he like to go? Pig Skins What does he like to do for fun? Have fun because he’s not working — Nash Harman What is your Dad’s name? Shamus How old is he? 8 How tall is he? 9 inches How much does he weigh? 17 lbs What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Fun stuff What is his favorite drink? Sprite What is his favorite thing to eat? Ramen Noodles What is his favorite TV show? News What does he cook? Ramen Noodles Where does he like to go? Chuck E. Cheese What does he like to do for fun? Play at the park — Emma Tomb What is your Dad’s name? DJ How old is he? 26 How tall is he? 26 inches How much does he weigh? fat What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Nothing What is his favorite drink? Dr Pepper What is his favorite thing to eat? Turkey Sandwich What is his favorite TV show? Weather What does he cook? Biscuits & Gravy Where does he like to go? Turkey Sandwich Store What does he like to do for fun? Dart Board — Triston Fuller What is your Dad’s name? Tim How old is he? 14 How tall is he? Taller than my Mama How much does he weigh? 50 lbs What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Clean up What is his favorite drink? tea What is his favorite thing to eat? Burgers What is his favorite TV show? News What does he cook? My Daddy don’t cook Where does he like to go? Applebees What does he like to do for fun? Play with me — Sophia Foster What is your Dad’s name? Cudd How old is he? 3 How tall is he? 6 inches How much does he weigh? 60 lbs What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Clean What is his favorite drink? Coffee What is his favorite thing to eat? Chicken What is his favorite TV show? Cowboys What does he cook? Hamburger Patty Where does he like to go? Zoo What does he like to do for fun? Work on tractors — Walker Cudd What is your Dad’s name? Shane How old is he? 17 How tall is he? 10 inches How much does he weigh? 10 lbs What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Gives me stuff What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Hamburgers What is his favorite TV show? People shows
What does he cook? He don’t cook Where does he like to go? Home Depot What does he like to do for fun? Go with me — Hunter Langley What is your Dad’s name? Ben How old is he? 14 How tall is he? 70 inches How much does he weigh? 40 lbs What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Ride horses What is his favorite drink? Dr. Pepper What is his favorite thing to eat? Tacos What is his favorite TV show? Basketball What does he cook? Fishsticks for me Where does he like to go? The race track What does he like to do for fun? Play football with me — Cash Wainscott What is your Dad’s name? Josh How old is he? 16 How tall is he? 8 inches How much does he weigh? 40 lbs What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Cleans the yard What is his favorite drink? Pepsi What is his favorite thing to eat? Spaghetti What is his favorite TV show? Deer Hunting What does he cook? Nachoes Where does he like to go? Taco Bell What does he like to do for fun? Go to the park — Kolter Hill What is your Dad’s name? Lance How old is he? 16 How tall is he? 14 inches How much does he weigh? 17 lbs What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Plays pool What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Spaghetti What is his favorite TV show? News What does he cook? Chicken Nuggets Where does he like to go? Work What does he like to do for fun? Play with us — Bryar Wilson What is your Dad’s name? Calem How old is he? 47 How tall is he? 6 foot 2 inches How much does he weigh? 200 lbs What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Sit down and watch TV What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Meatloaf What is his favorite TV show? Golf What does he cook? Pork Chops Where does he like to go? Go golfing What does he like to do for fun? Fish — Cherish Woodward What is your Dad’s name? Frankie How old is he? 37 How tall is he? 6 foot How much does he weigh? 70 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Works What is his favorite drink? Coke What is his favorite thing to eat? Hot Dogs What is his favorite TV show? Weather What does he cook? Eggs
Where does he like to go? Town What does he like to do for fun? Watch TV — Kayd Bell What is your Dad’s name? Matt How old is he? 16 How tall is he? 21 How much does he weigh? 1 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Fight What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Biscuits& Gravy What is his favorite TV show? SpongeBob What does he cook? Biscuits Where does he like to go? Ada What does he like to do for fun? Play in the park — Dyllan Brown What is your Dad’s name? Frank How old is he? 84 How tall is he? 10 feet How much does he weigh? 90 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Cleans What is his favorite drink? Soda What is his favorite thing to eat? Pizza What is his favorite TV show? Army What does he cook? Soup Where does he like to go? Store What does he like to do for fun? Go outside — Jessica Craddock What is your Dad’s name? Greg How old is he? 25 How tall is he? Taller How much does he weigh? Don’t know What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Go fishing What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Pasta What does he cook? Bacon & Eggs Where does he like to go? Bank What does he like to do for fun? Fishing in the boat — Camden Cross What is your Dad’s name? Duane How old is he? 5 How tall is he? 13 How much does he weigh? 25 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Cleans What is his favorite drink? Lemonade What is his favorite thing to eat? Hot Dogs What is his favorite TV show? Adventure Time What does he cook? Chicken Where does he like to go? Zoo What does he like to do for fun? Play in the yard — Alex Daniel What is your Dad’s name? James How old is he? 54 How tall is he? Big How much does he weigh? 50 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Watch TV What is his favorite drink? Tea What is his favorite thing to eat? Sausage What is his favorite TV show? SpongeBob What does he cook? Meat Where does he like to go? Steeles What does he like to do for fun? Play Ball — Leelon Fulsom
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Pre-K Dads What is your Dad’s name? David How old is he? 10 How tall is he? 800 How much does he weigh? 500 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Works What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Chicken What is his favorite TV show? Farm Animals What does he cook? Nothing Where does he like to go? Wal Mart What does he like to do for fun? Play with me — Hattie Holder What is your Dad’s name? Kelley How old is he? 5 How tall is he? Tall Feet How much does he weigh? 30 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Builds What is his favorite drink? Mountain Dew What is his favorite thing to eat? Syrup What is his favorite TV show? Cartoons What does he cook? Butterfinger Where does he like to go? Macho Joes What does he like to do for fun? On the house — Christopher Hurt What is your Dad’s name? Brandon How old is he? 26 How tall is he? 52 How much does he weigh? 55 What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Dishes & Cook What is his favorite drink? Tea What is his favorite thing to eat? Macaroni What is his favorite TV show? Snow White What does he cook? Everything Where does he like to go? Swimming What does he like to do for fun? Go to Disney — Kadence Johnson What is your Dad’s name? Heath How old is he? 20 How tall is he? 6 feet How much does he weigh? 30 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Sits & Watch TV What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Anything What is his favorite TV show? Ant Farm What does he cook? Pasta Where does he like to go? Town What does he like to do for fun? Ride around on 4-wheelers — Mallory Keeney What is your Dad’s name? Jason How old is he? 26 How tall is he? 6 feet How much does he weigh? 30 What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Sleeps What is his favorite drink? Water What is his favorite thing to eat? Pasta What is his favorite TV show? Football What does he cook? Hamburgers Where does he like to go? City What does he like to do for fun? Go the playground — Breanna Loveless
What is your Dad’s name? Derek How old is he? 30 How tall is he? 40 inches How much does he weigh? 4 lbs What color is his hair? Black What does he do around the house? Mows What is his favorite drink? Dr Pepper What is his favorite thing to eat? Sandwiches What is his favorite TV show? SpongeBob What does he cook? He doesn’t cook Where does he like to go? Restaurant What does he like to do for fun? Stay home and lay down — Addison Prentice What is your Dad’s name? Clovis How old is he? 24 How tall is he? 11sss How much does he weigh? 56 What color is his hair? Blonde What does he do around the house? Lays in Bed What is his favorite drink? Tea What is his favorite thing to eat? French Toast What is his favorite TV show? SpongeBob What does he cook? Eggs Where does he like to go? Ada What does he like to do for fun? Help me — Daniel Reeves
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Happy Father’s Day from the Allen Pre-K What is your Dad’s name? Glen How old is he? 52 How tall is he? 6 feet How much does he weigh? 50 What color is his hair? Brown What does he do around the house? Goes to grandma’s What is his favorite drink? Pepsi What is his favorite thing to eat? Sweets What is his favorite TV show? Duck Dynasty What does he cook? Sweets Where does he like to go? Mom’s house What does he like to do for fun? Go to grandma’s — Alyssa Royalty What is your Dad’s name? Gabriel How old is he? 13 How tall is he? 5 feet How much does he weigh? 13 What color is his hair? Bald What does he do around the house? Cleans What is his favorite drink? Pop What is his favorite thing to eat? Cupcakes What is his favorite TV show? Watch the Trucks
What does he do around the house? Nothing - WILLIAM HENRY What is his favorite drink? NEW! Tea • KNIVES What is his favorite thing to • MONEY CLIPS eat? Pizza • PENS What is his favorite TV show? What is your Dad’s name? Gold Rush Brandon What does he cook? EveryHow old is he? 9 thing COLLECTION How tall is he? 6 Where does he like to go? GroHow much does he weigh? cery Store Holdenville Tribune Ad 100 What does he like toby do for inches) 6 fun? inches W h a t c o l o r i s h i3 s column h a i r ? Go(6.16 to the park Blonde — Kailey Trump 100 E Main - Ada - (580)332-0457 What does he do around the house? Sleeps Open Monday - Friday 10 to 5:30 Saturday 10 to 5 What is his favorite drink? Monster What is his favorite thing to eat? Cake What is his favorite TV show? SpongeBob What does he cook? Eggs Where does he like to go? Wal Mart What does he like to do for fun? Take me around — Weston Tinsley What does he cook? Nothing Where does he like to go? Uncle Shane What does he like to do for fun? No where — Braydon Smart
What is your Dad’s name? Matt How old is he? 19 How tall is he? 69 How much does he weigh? 90 lbs What color is his hair? Black
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