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VOLUME 65 NUMBER 36 ALLEN, PONTOTOC COUNTY , OKLAHOMA 1 SECTION (USPS 543600) 50¢ THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 2012

AHS Class of 52 Remind you that You Can Come Home Again:

Allen School Reunion Weekend June 15-16

The 2012 Alumni Banquet will be held in the air-conditioned comfort of the school cafeteria. The chicken breast dinner will begin at 6:00 pm; the AHS cheerleaders will be serving. Reservations may still be made by calling Ruth Finch at (405) 379-5963; some

tickets will be available at the door. A “State of the School Address” will be given and all buildings will be open for touring and visiting with classmates. The highlight of the Allen Alumni Weekend has become,

for many, the Friday Night Street Festival. This year the block of West Broadway (Main Street), from the Advocate to the Masonic Lodge, will be closed to traffi c and everyone is invited to bring their lawn chairs and enjoy an evening of fun, food, music and visiting.

The Masonic Lodge will be cooking hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill with receipts benefiting both the Alumni Association and the Masonic Lodge. Eat in the cool comfort of the Lodge or take your meal outside and watch for your friends and classmates.

The Band will be playing on Main for those wishing to dance or just listen to their styling of country hits, both old and new. The Nutrition Site and Historical Society’s Memory Lane will be open for visiting.

Memorial Day in Gerty & Non Memorial Day was a day to pay our respect to loved ones who have passed away. Pictured (left) at the Gerty Cemetery are former local residents Benny Wilkerson and wife Anita. They came from Arlington, Texas for the Memorial Day holiday. Below, the three daughters of Ralph and Loney Priest were among those visiting the Non Cemetery. Pictured are Charlene, Laverne and Sherry. Right, pictured at the Gerty Veteran Monument, are Barbara Wilson and Regina Hightower.


C ountry Comments

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They tell me I’m young and it will bounce back. We’ll see. But God Almighty is the only one we can trust in, now and for the future. I don’t think St. Peter is going to meet me at that pearly gate and ask, “How’s that 401K plan?� —CC— by Bill Robinson, Speaking of money and church, Publisher I recently read an article on “how to tell the difference between a Those of you that have money in the stock market will enjoy the Deacon and a Trustee.� following article written by Tim Wildmon, Vice-President of the It is relatively easy to identify American Family Association. those people who are employed “As a boy I sometimes watched the evening news with my dad. The by your church. Certain membest I recall, Walter Cronkite was his choice. CBS Evening News. bers of the church staff are im“And that’s the way it is,� Mr. Cronkite would close each day. Then mediately recognizable because The Beverly Hillbillies would come on. of their distinctive appearance or One of the segments I found most curious during the evening news function: was when “Uncle Walter� would talk about a fellow named Dow The Senior Pastor is the guy Jones and his index. I didn’t have an index. I just fi gured Dad was a standing at the front door of the preacher and preachers couldn’t afford indexes for their children. One church with his Bible tucked unday Mr. Jones would be up and the next day he would be down. Up der his armpit as he smiles and and down. Down and up. Very temperamental guy this Mr. Jones, I shakes hands with people exiting thought, although I didn’t even know what the word “temperamental� form the sanctuary on Sunday meant. All I knew was I sure was glad my Mom and Dad weren’t like morning. Mr. Jones. At age seven, a kid needs stability from his parents. The Youth Pastor is always Now, some 30 years later, I know a little bit more about Dow Jones. wearing sunglasses (especially And the stock market. At least I know what it is and how important indoors) and usually isn’t wearit is to our economy. ing socks (especially with dress At AFA, employees can participate in a 401K retirement/savings slacks and shoes). plan and invest in the stock market if we desire. I desired. The Church Secretary looks However, the last year has been unkind to all of us who have so frazzled, nervous and exhausted. desired. How unkind? I received the following letter recently: From her appearance, you would Dear Mr. Wildmon: think that she is the hardest workWe are your 401K account people. We wish to remain anonymous ing person on the church staff. here because, quite frankly, we are too embarrassed by your perfor- You’d be right. mance the last year and wish not to be identifi ed with you. But there are lots of people who We have noticed over the last year that you have lost quite a bit of work at the church who aren’t money here. Some people would call it a lot of money. Actually, you on the payroll. These are called could have accomplished the same thing over the past year by going “lay people.� That means that outside your offi ce and burning the money. This would have saved us they have real jobs in the outside the trouble of having to keep a record on your loser account. world, but they take on considerIn fact, Mr. Wildmon, at the rate you are going, you will not have able work at the church for free. any money left in our account a year from now. If you can get a few The derivation of the term lay more of those 100 point NASDAQ drops you’ve been experiencing people refl ects the progression with regularity the last year it might not even take you that long. of their involvement: They were In case you didn’t read the fi ne print when you enrolled in our “ag- laying around doing nothing until gressive growth fund� we feel the need to tell you that you should one day when they volunteered to actually feel good about this 50% loss over the past year because help; ever since, the church staff now you are “buying in low.� That’s right, you, we, are now “buying has been laying a load of responin low� to get you good deals for the future. However, as we have sibilities on them. discussed above, you may not have a future if you continue in this Lay people fulfi ll many vital free fall mode. roles around the church. Most By the way, you will hear some say, “It will come back. Don’t worry. of the time, you can’t tell which Be happy.� The only problem with that, Mr. Wildm--, (We have now lay person does what, unless you borrowed two letters from your last name to keep your account open.) catch them in action. They all is that it doesn’t look like you are going to have anything to “come look similar to each other – just back� with. like regular folks. Although lay To be quite honest, here at the offi ce we have a running bet to see people may not be distinguishable just what month your puny account will totally dry up. Ha! Ha! (Got by their appearances, don’t make to have a little levity in times like these, Mr. Wild---. You understand. the mistake of thinking that all lay Don’t Worry. Be happy.) people are the same. Their roles Anyway, in our desire to keep you informed about your 401K plan (referred to as lay ministries) difwe have noticed that the NASDAQ is down 89 points today with not fer signifi cantly and should not be much time to go (in the day). confused. In our professional opinion, Mr. Wil----, what you need are two items Perhaps the greatest division to make your plan fi t in where we think the market is headed. Sack- between lay roles exists with cloth and ashes. That’s right, Mr. Wil----, we’re talking Old Testament deacons and trustees. An entire stuff here. You might want to go ahead now and commence wailing subculture of lay ministry is built and gnashing your teeth and see if you can get it over with before the upon the distinction between next quarter’s earning reports come in. In short, Mr. W, your account these two roles. Basically, the is seriously spiraling downwards. difference is quite simple: So enjoy watching what’s left of your retirement, Mr. W. We feel Deacons: These are the seryour pain. Not. Ha! Ha! Sorry, Mr. W. We are not laughing at you, but vants of the church. They take rather with you. Assuming here that you are laughing to keep from care of the practical needs of the crying. church members. They make Thank you for your time, Mr. W. sure that meals are delivered to Keeping you our fi rst priority, we remain, your 401K friends. the sick, that people are visited in Seriously, folks, it’s been said a million times over but it’s worth the hospital, and that home repairs repeating--we can’t put our trust in the things of the world. Fame, are handled for the elderly. fortune, education, intelligence or beauty--they can all disappear Trustees: These are the fi nancial tomorrow like my 401K.

protectors of the church. They are in charge of the money and how it is spent. Because buildings often represent the church’s most valuable investment, they often oversee the use of the facilities. You might think that these two lay ministries could work together in peaceful coexistence. Nothing could be father from the truth. There is a dynamic tension that comes into play at each group vies for more infl uence. Each group thinks that their ministry is more vital to the church, so the trustees and deacons compete against each other for power and prestige and the distinction of superior humility. Both the trustees and the deacons are constantly attempting to forge strategic alliances with unsuspecting church members. You must be forewarned and adequately equipped to distinguish between the deacons and the trustees. Since they will look alike to the casual observer, you must pay close attention to what they say. Only by their words can you distinguish them. Deacons say things like: • It is our pleasure to serve you. • Let us assist you with that. • Please don’t hesitate to call us if we can be of further help. • Jesus cared for others, and so do we. Trustees say things like: • Who do you think is going to pay for that? • There would be less wear and tear on the sanctuary carpet if we held the worship service in the parking lot. • People pay big bucks to see a movie. Perhaps we should impose an admission charge on Sunday morning. • Jesus didn’t spend a lot of money, and neither will we. Don’t get the impression that the deacons are saintly and the trustees are cursed. The deacons have an unfair advantage when it comes to public perception: It is their job to help people. Everybody loves a servant. On the other hand, the trustees carry the heavy burden of making sure that the church stays in balance. They have the unpopular job of saying “noâ€? to the frequent monetary requests of the various ministries. Nobody likes a Scrooge, but it is the trustee’s job to fulfi ll that role for the sake of the church’s fi scal well being. After all, money is usually very tight. Most churches don’t have suffi cient funds to pay the youth pastor enough salary to afford a pair of socks. —CC— And last of all, my favorite story of the week . . . A minister was asked to inform a man with a heart condition that he had just inherited a million dollars. Everyone was afraid the shock would cause a heart attack and the man would die. The minister when to the man’s house and said, “Joe, what would you do if you inherited a million dollars?â€? Joe thought a moment and said, “Well, Pastor, I think I would give half of it to the church.â€? The minister fell over dead.

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5th Annual Clint Kimbrough Film Festival begins after the Street Festival June 15 The 5th Annual Clint Kimbrough Film Festival will begin at 10:00 p.m. Friday night, following the street festival, in the school auditorium. A 1951 AHS grad, Clint made a name for himself on both stage and screen during his 25year acting career. Since the inaugural CKFF, sponsors of the festival have continued to search out his performances on film, theater and television in order to bring a better understanding and appreciation for the amazing career of Allen’s most recognized entertainer. Whether you remember Clint from his early years in Allen as “Scooter Bill” in the AHS Class

of 1951, or you just vaguely heard of his name as the actor from the infamous movie “Bloody Mama”, we are sure you will be entertained by the films selected for presentation. Louis Clinton Kimbrough was born to Fred and Lucinda (Yoakum) Kimbrough on March 8, 1933 in Oklahoma City. By the age of 15, it was clear that Louis had theatrical ability. As the President of Allen’s Teen Town, in 1948 he helped stage the “Gay Nineties Ball.” As a junior at AHS, Louis wrote, produced and directed the 1950 senior play, a full-length production entitled “Broadway.”

Class Gatherings CLASS OF 1962 50th REUNION

The AHS Class of 1962 will hold their 50th class reunion at the Allen Nutrition Site, from 10:00 to 4:30 p.m., on Saturday, June 16th. Lunch will be on your own. Friends are welcome to join them for this special time. A Class Picture will be taken at 3:00 p.m. For more information contact Don Milner, 1962 Senior Class President, by e-mail at donmilner@cox.net, or phone 405-6159545.

Class of 1982 Reunion Plans

The Allen High School Class of 1982 will hold their 30th class reunion on Saturday, June 16th, 1:00 p.m. at the High School Building; cost is $15 per person. Please RSVP by June 10th to Joanie (Summers) Harrington, P.O. Box 288, Allen, OK 74825. For more information contact John Kimbrell at (580) 436-7900 or email: kimbrejd@gmail.com

AHS Class of 1957 The AHS Class of 1957 will be celebrating their 55th year reunion at the 2012 Alumni Banquet. Class members will be gathering Friday at 11:00 a.m. at the Allen Masonic Lodge. All classmates and friends are invited to attend.

AHS Class of 1967

After graduating from AHS, Clint enrolled for a year at OU. He then completed a two-year stint in the U.S. Signal Corps, stationed in Korea, before making his professional stage debut in Brandon Thomas’ play “Charley’s Aunt” in 1953. He subsequently enrolled in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York and shortly thereafter, with the help of fellow Oklahoman Lonny Chapman, secured a spot in Lee Strasberg’s Actor’s Studio, an incubator for many of the most promising talents of the era. Clint quickly gained a reputation for his ability to understand the character he was asked to play. The late-1950s also brought numerous appearances on live television productions at a time when there were only three major networks. . This year’s movie selections include: Friday, 10:00 pm – R.C.M.P. Target for the Law (26 min) F riday, 10:30 pm – Frances Doel Showcase: Supergator (96 min) S aturday, 11:00 am – Kraft Television Theater: Sound of Trouble (58 min) Saturday, 12:00 pm – US Steel Hour: Summer Rhapsody (56 min) Saturday, 1:00 pm – Pearl (90 min) Saturday, 2:30 pm – Corman’s World (95 min) S aturday, 4:00 pm – Danny Thomas Hour: The Enemy (58 min) Saturday, 5:00 pm – Iron Horse: Bridge at Forty-Mile (46 min) NO MOVIES SCHEDULED DURING THE BANQUET Saturday, 10:00 pm – Explore Ada: Spotlights & Shadows (27 min) Saturday, 10:30 pm – Roger Corman Showcase: Night Call Nurses (67 min)

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Hot Dogs & Hamburgers June 15th at Masonic Lodge

As a benefit fundraiser for the Allen Alumni Association, the Allen Masonic Lodge will be hosting a hamburger/hot dog cookout at the Lodge building on West Broadway during Friday night’s Street Festival (7:00 to 9:30 pm). Stop by and enjoy a burger in cool comfort while visiting with former classmates and long-time friends.

Lodge Open for Visiting June 16

The Allen Masonic Lodge will graciously be opening their building, located on West Broadway, Saturday morning at 10:00 am for AHS alumni and friends to have a cool place to gather.

No Golf Tourney This Year

Unfortunately, there will be no Alumni Golf Tournament this year. Scheduling conflicts have made the cancellation of this event necessary.

Gerty Bingo June 9 The Gerty Community will be hosting their monthly Bingo Night on Saturday, June 9th, weather permitting. Door open at 6:00 pm and the concession stand will be serving sandwiches, chips, drinks and desserts. Bingo begins at 7:00. Everyone is welcome to attend. All money from this fundraiser will be used for the 4th of July celebration.

Gerty Reunion

The annual Gerty Alumni Reunion will be held Saturday, June 30th, in the Gerty Community Center. The building will open at 10:00 am for visitation. A short business meeting will be held followed by a potluck dinner at 12:00 noon. The Class of 1962 will be celebrating its 50th anniversary and will be recognized. All former students, teachers and residents are invited. Come and enjoy the fellowship

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by Cleo Emerson LeVally

It seems as soon as school is start. Summer days get very to put the fl ags out at the cemout in the spring, the holidays, full. Memorial Day really etery and begin all the activivacations and town festivals slipped up on me this year. It ties associated with summer. was hard to believe it was time In June we will have D-Day, Flag Day, Allen Alumni, Father’s Day and the 1st Day of Summer. This year, summer is really getting a head start because we have had some 100-degree days already. I was out in the yard on Sunday afternoon in 90-degree weather, pulling weeds and the sweat was certainly in evidence. That hot, dry summer we had last year almost ruined my yard. Watering was restricted and the Hardy Phlox Flowers are long dead and gone. Nevelle Reeves dug up some in his yard in 1961, the year I moved into my house and brought them to me. They have been beautiful year after year. When we received rain, they would bloom until frost. I have one small patch in the courtyard that survived. Protect your eyes with a good pair of sunglasses. It was shaded from the sun by Come check out our selection. a high board fence. The others are long gone.

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Last year, a lot of grass died and many kinds of weed seed came in to rest on the ground in those dead spots. I have pulled weeds this year I did not even know existed anymore. Where did those weed seed come from? Anyway, they found a very fertile piece of ground on my yard. It is just now beginning to look like my yard again. Oh, yes, the RueElla beds came back strong. It is a very hardy stock. This is growing beautifully and has been blooming for weeks. I believe it will survive and grow anywhere. It certainly did survive our hot and dry summer last year. I will be glad to share a start. The time to plan for the Alumni weekend is now. My tentative plans are to be there. It is a great day for the community and I hope the fundraiser to repair the community building is going well. It will

be great to get that restored again. It is a very convenient place to meet. I congratulation those who began this drive. It will happen. It was an alumni weekend in 2009 that I visited with Bill Robinson after many years. I got to know him when I lived in Holdenville. At that time he was a State Representative and a business owner. I lived and worked there and did free lance work for The Holdenville Daily News. Editor Ted Beshears would give me a two page spread on many of the stories I covered for him. In 2009 Bill Robinson asked me to write a column for The Advocate. A story on my experiences during The Dust Bowl was what he wanted me to write about fi rst, which I did. That was the beginning. I am still writing a column for the paper. And now you know; Allen is not just ANY town; it is MY hometown. And also yours. Keep loving it and so will I.

Service held for Jess Wofford

Services for Jess Wofford, 90, of Lula are 2:00 p.m. Monday, June 4th, at Criswell Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Bill Sluder offi ciated; burial followed at Allen Cemetery. Mr. Wofford died Saturday, June 2, 2012, at an Allen nursing center. He was born December 17, 1921, to Fred and Lottie Sluder Wofford in Atoka County. He attended Harmony School in Atoka County. Mr. Wofford served in the United States Army during World War II in the Pacifi c Theatre and was a retired employee of Pontotoc County District 1. He and Eva Jean McMeans were married in September 9, 1946. Survivors include his wife, Jean, of the home; two sons, Doyne and wife Sandy Wofford, Velma, and Leonard Wofford, Lula; a daughter,

Sharon and husband Ron Hoeberling, Yukon; six sisters, Nana Lou Click of Arlington, Texas, June Nemecek, Byng, Shirley Jefferies, Ada, Ruby Standridge, Ada, Ruth Shaw, Ada, and Eva Shaw, Ada; two brothers, Clyde Wofford, Lula, and Carl Wofford, Ada; six grandchildren; and eight great-

grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Gloria Wofford. Bearers were Jesse Wofford, Charles Marsh, Scott Williams, Bobby Gray, Charles Cannon and Carl Marsh. Services were under the direction of Criswell Funeral Home, Ada.

Atwood Reunion June 30

The annual Atwood reunion will be held Saturday, June 30th, in the Lowell Wilkerson Community Center across from the old Methodist Church. The building opens at noon. The afternoon will be spent visiting and renewing old acquaintances. A potluck dinner will be shared at 5:30 followed by a brief business meeting to consider plans for 2013. The class of 1962 is celebrating its anniversary of 50 years and will be recognized during dinner. All former students, teachers, families and friends are invited and encouraged to attend. Present residents of the community are also welcome. Our attendance has been decreasing the last two years, so please join us and help revitalize efforts to keep this an annual event. Contact Imogene Leach Harrington 580-857-2243 or Jerry Shepherd 405-401-1257.

Nazarene VBS Slated

Atwood Nazarene Church will have their Bible School on June 18th thru 22nd, from 9:00-11:30 am. The theme this year is “SKY: Where everything is possible with God.” We will have Bible stories, cool Bible songs, crafts, water games and tasty treats. Our last day Friday we will have lunch and play on the water slide. If you need a ride call 580-986-2163.

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“Why do you put your email address on your articles?” It’s an oft-asked question by people who worry about things like that. It’s very simple — I enjoy hearing from my readers. I get very few “crank” letters and, heck, those that I get are interesting. Most of it is friendly, welcome and interesting. Some mail comes from those that I’ve lost contact with and others are written so I can get “straightened” out about the facts of my stories and I welcome those letters too. All of us need to be “straightened out” once in a while — especially if we’re wrong. Some of the letters are concerned about my lack of intelligence or wonder about my level of education. One persistent writer speculated that I was not only an idiot conservative but also a racist. He wanted to know in another letter if I had ever traveled anywhere outside of Allen. I assured him that I had tripped both to Ada and Holdenville and had even lived among the savages of Coal County. So let it be said, I generally enjoy hearing from my readers and your emails are welcome. It helps if you will mark something on the subject line saying something like “rearticle.”

Summer is now in full swing — the pool is open and little kids are seen walking and riding bikes up and down the mostly quiet streets of Allen to go swimming. The parks look well trimmed and ready for play and they are well utilized. The city is doing a great job keeping everything mowed and cleaned up and everyone is looking forward to the upcoming annual alumni gathering. In spite of my enjoying our idyllic life in this little smalltown-paradise, my wife and I are consulting our highway maps trying to plan some trips while this summer hangs on. Stay tuned. The Memorial Day program down at the cemetery was well attended and Aaron Finney did a great job honoring our heroes in his speech. Doug Stinson was Master of Ceremonies at the well-attended ceremony. Afterwards the veterans were honored by the Allen Chamber of Commerce with a great hamburger and hot dog lunch. Thanks guys! I have had some emails asking about Pat’s health. Most of you may remember that she carelessly fell down a few times last year and now has developed some problems to her right leg and knee. Being a thoughtful and loving

husband, I kept a close eye phone calls and inquiries — in Be sure and go to church this on her swollen knee and her case any come — and I hope all Sunday. Wayne Bullard, Pharm. D bad limp. After a few months of you have a good weekend. waynebullard@sbcglobal.net I took her to the doctor even though I felt it was healing up — however slowly. But you all know how women are with their pain so just to be on the safe side I took her to a right knee doctor. He sided with her and is putting on a big brace. I, being the compassionate and free-spending husband, am going ahead with this on an ASAP basis. My friends and family, especially my sister in Ardmore (who always sides with her) think it’s the thing to do. Also, we have good insurance. The steady march of old age caught up with me last week too. A painful hip and a nosy wife drove me to go to the VA. I had them check me over real good to see if anyone had missed any bullet wounds from the war but they found no signs of wounds or the war on me. The young female doctor who took charge of me gave me some shots and sent me home with medications. Contrary to what my former Each Evening friend Donny Johnson said at For ages 2 years up Church Sunday night, it was Adult Class also not a Midol Dose Pak. It was a Medrol Dose Pak. And yes, I am feeling better. Bring the children and stay Thanks to each for your for the adult class!

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Light from God’s Word

Mark Legg, Allen church of Christ It seems that one of our chief problems is our arrogance in thinking we can improve upon God’s ways. Nadab and Abihu, the priestly sons of Aaron must have thought that where they obtained the fi re did not matter, so they “offered profane fire before the Lord, which He had not commanded.” (Leviticus 10:1) God told King Saul to utterly destroy all the Amalekites and all their animals. (1 Samuel 15:3) However, it seems, to please the people he “spared Agag (the king) and the best of the sheep, the oxen, the fatlings, the lambs, and all that was good, and were unwilling to utterly destroy them. But everything despised and worthless, that they utterly destroyed.” (1 Samuel 15:9) Did he think that his way was better than God’s? Maybe, he thought that how the Amale-

kites were destroyed did not matter, just so long as they were destroyed. When Naaman sought God’s help in curing him of his leprosy, God’s prophet told him “Go and wash in the Jordan seven times.” But Naaman thought, ‘He will surely come out to me and call on the name of his God, and wave his hand over the place, and heal the leprosy.’ Are not the Abanah and the Pharpar, the rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel? Could I not wash in them and be clean?” (2 Kings 5:10-12) It seems Naaman was so arrogant that he believed he could tell God how to do His business! It was only when he laid aside his pride and humbly obeyed that he was healed. Are we any better today? Do we not say, “It doesn’t matter what you believe or how you worship?” Should we not humbly believe and worship as Jesus has commanded? Do we not say, “It doesn’t matter how or for what purpose one is baptized, just as long as he is baptized?” Should we not humbly be baptized by being “buried with Him (Christ) through baptism into death” and raised to “walk in newness of life.” (Rom 6:4) In worship, should we not sing and make

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. PB-2011-45 In the Matter of the Estate of EDWIN DALE HUDDLESTON, also known as ED HUDDLESTON, 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 Aaron Presley Huddleston, Personal Representative of the Estate of Edwin Dale Huddleston, also known as Ed Huddleston, Deceased, having filed in this Court his Final Account of the administration of said Estate, his 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 Friday, the 29th day of June, 2012, at 9:30 o’clock a.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 5th day of June, 2012. Thomas S. Landrith Judge of the District Court Kenneth R. Johnson 130 East 14th St., Drawer 1690 Ada, OK 74820 580/332-2558 Attorney for Personal Representative (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 7 and 14, 2012) THG-12901

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BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PONTOTOC COUNTY, OKLAHOMA ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION TO VACATE PLATTED STREET    Now on this 29th day of May, 2012, the Petition to Vacate Platted Street comes on to be heard before the Board of County Commissioners of Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. The Board, after discussion, determines that the Petition has merit, that the property owners on both sides of the street sought to be vacated all joined in the Petition, and that the road designated as Magnolia Drive sought to be vacated has not been used by the public for more than five (5) years, and that said road is not presently in a usable condition. Reconstructing and maintaining the road in its present location would not be beneficial to the County or the public, and a time should be set to hear the Petition. Notice should be given to all landowners whose property is immediately affected by the road, all of which are Petitioners herein, should be given notice of the hearing by the County Clerk by mail not less than twenty-one (21) days prior to the hearing date, and that publication notice should also be given.     IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the Board of County Commissioners of Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, that a hearing on the Petition filed herein be, and is hereby set for hearing on the 25th day of June, 2012, at 9:00 o’clock A.M., in Room # 330, Pontotoc County Courthouse, Ada, Oklahoma, and that notice be given by mailing a copy of this Order and Notice to those landowners whose property is immediately affected by Magnolia Drive, abutting their property, or providing ingress or egress to their property, and by publication, both more than twenty-one (21) prior to the hearing, all as provided by law. County Clerks Meeting Room, 301 S. Broadway, Ada, OK. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: s/Gary Starns Gary Starns, Commissioner for District #1 s/Danny Davis Danny Davis, Commissioner for District #2 s/Justin Roberts Justin Roberts, Commissioner for District #3     (Published in The Allen Advocate on May 31, June 7 and 14, 2012)

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JUNE 7, 2012 - PAGE 7

Atwood Church Atwood Nazarene Church VBS of the Nazarene

Memorial Day was an exciting day, both at the Nazarene Church and the cemetery. At the church we honored our veterans and Jennea Haas read a poem entitled “Freedom Is Not Free.� Bro. Larry sang our special “I Just Feel Like Something Good is about to Happen.� At this time of refl ection and prayer over our military we know that God is still in control. At the cemetery at 2:00 we dedicated our new War Memorial in honor of those who fought and died for our freedom. Gary DeShields led the singing of “America the Beautiful.� Bro. Larry spoke about the price our military is having to pay to keep our land free. The Atwood Quartet sang “Halleluiah Square�, a song about heaven and the friends we will see there. We closed the program with Matt Chapman playing “Taps.� We appreciate all those who attended and gave to support the upkeep of the cemetery. June is here and with comes our church camps and Bible School. Bible School will be June 18-22 from 9-11:30 in the morning. Our theme this year is SKY, Where everything is possible with God. Chadder Chipmunk will be with us again this year and we will learn more about his adventures in the air. We will have our usual fun games, snacks and crafts. We invite all children in this area to come. We had our monthly breakfast, then started our Sunday School classes and church services. Our special for the day was sung by Gary and Bill, “Little is Much When God Is In It.� Sometimes we get discouraged, but God knows our heart and will bring us through the hard times. Bro. Larry’s sermon was taken from Romans 8:12-17 and entitled “We Have an Obligation. We are all born with a sinful nature. It is that spirit within us that puts “self� above everything else. Apart from Christ we are controlled by that sinful nature. Christians have discovered the problem and asked Christ for help. We have asked for forgiveness for the sins we have committed. The sin nature within us caused sin to look very appealing. Without help, we will continue to do what we have always done. We now want to do the right things for the right reason. First, we ask the Holy Spirit to cleanse us. We make a conscious decision to renounce the “old ways.� We make a determination to live in “newness� of life. Next, we seek His help daily as we learn to “put to death� the old nature. Sanctifi cation is an act of God which requires a full commitment. It is now a life-long dedication to discipleship. We become life-long “Learners� at the feet of Christ. We live the life before others. We encourage others to join us on the journey. Christians are promised a “delightful inheritance.� It is now our mission to live as though we are on a mission. Sunday evening at 5:00 we will be having a wedding shower for Dixie Sanders and Houston Blevins in the fellowship hall. We invite all their friends to come and join us.

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Award-winning children’s songwriter Monty Harper will perform at the Allen Public Library on June 14th at 10:00 am for families and daycare groups with kids ages four to twelve. The program will run approximately forty-fi ve minutes Harper will perform original songs to celebrate the library’s “Dream Big, Read� summer reading theme. His program is an interactive sing-a-long concert. Harper’s songs tell stories, celebrate reading, and evoke nighttime adventures. Audience members are encouraged to wear PJs and bring a favorite blanket or stuffed buddy to help create a slumber party atmosphere. This summer marks Harper’s twenty-second season of performing in libraries. “It’s so important for kids to love reading,� says Harper. “I try to convey my own exuberance for books and libraries through my songs.� This summer Harper will present his “Sing-Along Slumber Party� at 25 libraries in Oklahoma and Arkansas. His ReadingSongs.com website lists several dozen songs he has penned for various reading themes sing 1990. Harper’s CDs, Let’s Get Creative (recorded with kids’ rock guru Mr. Billy) and Take Me to Your Library, were inspired by past summer reading program themes. Harper is also an informal science educator, and hosts a monthly science program for 3rd-7th graders in his hometown of Stillwater. He invites scientists to talk about their current research with the kids. Harper’s latest CD, Science from the Science Frontier, includes 12 songs which were inspired by his guests’ scientifi c research. Harper’s songs and recordings have received many accolades from groups such as Parents’ Choice, NAPPA, Children’s Music Web, iParenting Media, Kids Music Award, Kids Radio Mania, and Unisong International Songwriting Competition. Harper’s CDs will be available for purchase after the show, and he will be on hand as well for autographs and photos. Harper’s music is available online at iTunes, Amazon.com, and CDBaby. com.

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Pontotoc County Commissioners Proceedings May 2012 May 7, 2012 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 May 4, 2012 at 100 W. 13th, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Danny Davis, Justin Roberts, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests were in attendance: JR Grissom, Buzz McDonald, Jessie Welch, Mary Hightower, Emmelen Allen, Betty Orr, Janna Kelley, Chad Letellier, Bob Forrest, John Christian, and Wendy Gavin. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to approve April 30, 2012 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to approve Renewal of Cooperative Agreement between U.S. Department of Agriculture APHIS-Wildlife Services of Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food Forestry, and Pontotoc County Board of Commissioners for $400.00 for FY 2012-2013. All aye. Buzz McDonald with Warren Cat submitted lease purchase documents for one grader for District #3, serial # M9D00975. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve lease agreement between Pontotoc County District #3 and Warren Cat for grader, serial #M9D00975. All aye. John Christian, Sheriff, submitted a loss claim for an inmate that had lost one earring during detention. Tape showed that two earrings were given to jailer, but could not determine from tape if it was deposited into the bag. Appraisal from Gem Jewelers replacement cost is $393.08. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve replacement cost of $393.08 to replace earring. All aye. Proclamation for the Oklahoma Home and Community Education (OHCE) was submitted. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #12-94, disposal of equipment for the Election Board, file drawers inventory #62-SL-104-01. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #12-95, disposal of equipment for the Election Board, electric typewriter serial #3746-11-08/61346. All aye. Motion by Davis, second by Starns, to approve letting bid #21, six month bid. All aye. JR Grissom discussed employment application for Greg Delozier and Beau Prince. Grissom related that he would like to offer the position to Greg Delozier due to experience. Board directed Grissom to offer position to Delozier. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to accept quote of $4,300.00, which includes freight and installation with one year warranty for a four burner 36” grill with double oven for red barn concession stand. All aye. Wendy Gavin with CED #4 submitted plans for Cottonwood Creek BRF-162C(203)CI J/P 27266(04), Sandy Creek south of Vanoss BRF162C(205)CO J/P 27268(05), and Garr Corner Cutoff STP-162C(180)CI J/P 25473(04). Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to approve title sheets for Cottonwood Creek BRF-162C(203) CI J/P 27266(04), Sandy Creek south of Vanoss BRF-162C(205)CO J/P 27268(05), and Garr Corner Cutoff STP-162C(180)CI J/P 25473(04). All aye. Approved claims. Approved monthly reports. Approved April 2012 meeting minutes for publication. Approved blanket purchase orders: Sheriff 4807 & 4809 SCT 4808 Approved purchase orders for payment: 1353, THOMSON WEST, 418.70, SPLY; 1354, WALKER, BECKY, 360.21, TRAVEL; 1355, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 67.84, SPLY; 1356, NICHOLS DOLLAR SAVER, 49.56, SPLY; 1357, OK STATE UNIVERSITY, 1074.61, SERVICE; 1358, RELIABLE OFFICE SUPPLIES, 85.44, SPLY; 1359, J P COOKE CO, 147.65, SPLY; 1360, CABLE ONE, 100.95, SERVICE; 1361, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 331.61, SPLY; 1362, CABLE ONE, 96.15, SERVICE; 1363, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 213.96, SERVICE; 1364, COPELINS OFFICE CENTER, 137.50, SPLY; 1365, COPELINS OFFICE CENTER, 130.00, SPLY; 1366, J B LUMBER, 27.99, SPLY; 1367, JOHNS SMALL ENGINE, 13.75, SPLY; 1368, O G & E, 2865.46, SERVICE; 1369, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 8 62, SPLY; 1370, P E C, 20.95, SERVICE; 1371, RHYNES SURPLUS, 7.99, SPLY; 1372, SHERIDAN PRODUCTION CO LLC, 23.29, SPLY; 1373, TREAT S SOLUTIONS, 55.93, SPLY; 1374, U S POSTMASTER, 200.00, POSTAGE; 1375, KINDRICK & CO., 665.00, SPLY; 1376, OWENS, JAMES M, 159.29, TRAVEL; 1377, WRIGHT, JAMES EDWIN, 142.08, TRAVEL; 1378, SIGN SOURCE, 150.00, SPLY;HIGHWAY: 2180, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 178.63, SERVICE; 2181, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 3894.66, SPLY; 2182, GENSCO, 320.59, SERVICE; 2183, J B LUMBER, 39.72, SPLY; 2184, J B LUMBER, 37.64, SPLY; 2185, OK DISPOSAL & SANITATION, 56.97, SERVICE; 2186, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 24.02, SPLY; 2187, P E C, 565.72, SERVICE; 2188, RED ROCK PIT, 397.20, SPLY; 2189, RED ROCK PIT, 194.93, SPLY; 2190, RED ROCK PIT, 398.95, SPLY; 2191, RED ROCK PIT, 398.18, SPLY; 2192, RED ROCK PIT, 392 05, SPLY; 2193, RED ROCK PIT, 264 85, SPLY; 2194, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SERVICE; 2195, RURAL WATER DIST #7, 25.84, SERVICE; 2196, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 25.04, SPLY; 2197, BATTERY CENTER, 284.85, SPLY; 2198, B & S SANITATION, 45.00, SERVICE; 2199, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 482.60, SERVICE; 2200, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 3801.23, SPLY; 2201, P E C, 505.61, SERVICE; 2202, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SERVICE; 2203, RURAL WATER DIST #8, 31.52, SERVICE; 2204, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 749.43, SPLY; 2205, WARREN CAT, 801.49, SPLY; 2206, WEST REFRIGERATION, 238.00, SERVICE; 2207, CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERV, 3499.78, LEASE; 2208, CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL SERV, 150.00, LEASE; 2209, B & S SANITATION, 45.00, SERVICE; 2210, CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DIST #4, 273.92, SPLY; 2211, O G & E, 25.73, SERVICE; 2212, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 75.00, SERVICE; 2213, SEAL MASTERS INC, 1621.89, SPLY; 2214, SOUTHERN OKLA TRUCK REPAIR, 411.46, SPLY; 2215, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 35.00, REGISTRATION; 2216, WESTERN HILLS LODGE, 140.00, HOTEL;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 434, ADA TIRE CENTER INC, 10.00, SERVICE; 435, A T & T, 227.60, SERVICE; 436, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 27.45, SERVICE; 437, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 12.55, SERVICE; 438, O G & E, 225.74, SERVICE; 439, RSI COMMUNICATIONS, 150.00, SERVICE;HEALTH: 260, CABLE ONE, 50.00, SERVICE; 261, CHICKASAW TELECOM INC, 1831.50, SERVICE; 262, M & M OUTDOOR MAINTENANCE,

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The Board of County Commissioners attended a CED #4 meeting to request funding for two projects that were ready to go. Five other counties were not ready to go, so Pontotoc County received additional funding. Roberts submitted an invoice for Ada News regarding an invoice for $1,101.00. Susan Pinley, accountant for Ada News, stated that the $1,101.00 cost was for the Progress Edition ad that was published in March, and that the calendar was promotional free publication with purchase of Progress ad. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to rescind April 30, 2012 minutes to reflect correct cost of $1,101.00 for Progress ad with calendar publications to be printed at no cost. All aye. Motion by Davis, second by Roberts, to adjourn. All aye. May 14, 2012 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 May 11, 2012 at 100 W. 13th, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Danny Davis, Justin Roberts, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests were in attendance: JR Grissom, Chad Letellier, Erin Swanson, John Christian, and Ann Owen. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to table May 7, 2012 meeting minutes. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #12-97, five mile road project from Byng to Francis for District #1. The project consists of patch, and chip seal, and striping. Project will be paid for out of the CBRI 105 monies in the amount of $100,000 00. All aye. Discussion regarding cigarette smoking and trash in the Courthouse Plaza. Will check on pricing for cigarette containers and trash cans for the Plaza. Davis discussed Resolution #12-96; resolution will turn stop into a four-way stop for safety reasons. Motion by Davis, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #12-96, making the intersection of County Road 3539 and County Road 1554 in Latta a four-way stop in. All aye. Ann Owen with Liberty National Life discussed Liberty National Worksite Advantage coverage, which includes term life to age 100, accidental death, and cancer policies. This is not guaranteed acceptance insurance. Commissioners will contact if interested. No action. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to enter Executive Session for the purpose of discussing the employment, continued appointment, promotion, demotion, disciplining, and/or resignation of JR Grissom, Agri-Plex Manager. The communications in this Executive Session are confidential, pursuant to the authority of Title 25 Oklahoma Statute, section 307(B)(1). All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to return to regular meeting and possible vote to take any necessary action related to the Executive Session identified above regarding the employment of JR Grissom, Agri-Plex Manager. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to approve JR Grissom six month evaluation and retain employment. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Davis, to approve for the Assessors’ office removing Tracy Dial as a receiving agent, and replace with Renae Furimsky; Debbie Byrd will be a requisitioning officer. All aye. Approved claims. Approved transfer: T2 to T3 $20,000.00 Approved monthly reports. Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 4932-4935 SQ2 4936 THWY-105 4937-4938 Sheriff 4939-4943 Approved purchase orders for payment: 1379, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, 341.44, SPLY; 1380, PAGE PLUS, 157.05, SERVICE; 1381, VERSATILE NETWORKS, 1840.00, SERVICE; 1382, O S U COOP EXTENSION SERV, 5156.00, SAL; 1383, KELLEY, JANNA L EDWARDS, 500.04, TRAVEL; 1384, MCDANIEL, JUSTIN T, 781.74, TRAVEL; 1385, NICHOLS DOLLAR SAVER, 8.74, SPLY; 1386, CABLE ONE, 105.95, SERVICE; 1387, KELLPRO COMPUTER SOLUTIONS-TIM, 466.00, SPLY; 1388, U S POSTMASTER, 1025.80, POSTAGE; 1389, HAMPTON INN, 231.00, HOTEL; 1390, COPELINS OFFICE CENTER, 1759.22, SPLY; 1391, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 251.66, SERVICE; 1392, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 203.64, SERVICE; 1393, CANADIAN CO JUV DET CENTER, 193.10, JUV DET; 1394, CARTER HALL, 3120.00, JUV DET; 1395, CULLIGAN, 155.32, SERVICE; 1396, EASTERN OKLA YOUTH SERVICES, 1604.25, JUV DET; 1397, RHYNES SURPLUS, 35.76, SPLY; 1398, SEQUOYAH ENTERPRISES, 604.76, JUV DET; 1399, SHERWIN WILLIAMS,

35.68, SPLY; 1400, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 140.00, SERVICE; 1401, W P S INC, 113.75, SERVICE; 1402, YOUTH SERVICES OF BRYAN CO, 821.80, JUV DET; 1403, YOUTH SERVICES OF BRYAN CO, 880.50, JUV DET; 1404, REGALIA MANUFACTURING, 2404.62, SPLY; 1405, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 216.27, SPLY;HIGHWAY: 2217, ADAY, CAROLYN, 102.00, SPLY; 2218, BARRETT S AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, 429.20, SPLY; 2219, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 79.46, SPLY; 2220, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 46.00, SPLY; 2221, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 7.61, SPLY; 2222, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 51.20, SPLY; 2223, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 99.00, SPLY; 2224, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 31.00, SPLY; 2225, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 13.59, SPLY; 2226, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 30.54, SPLY; 2227, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 36.98, SPLY; 2228, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 178 63, SERVICE; 2229, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 316.28, SERVICE; 2230, CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DIST #4, 486.55, SPLY; 2231, FITTSTONE INC, 537.45, SPLY; 2232, HISLE BROS. INC., 72 86, SPLY; 2233, J B LUMBER, 159.98, SPLY; 2234, J B LUMBER, 34.06, SPLY; 2235, J B LUMBER, 79.99, SPLY; 2236, J B LUMBER, 79.99, SPLY; 2237, LOCKE SUPPLY, 72.89, SPLY; 2238, LOCKE SUPPLY, 91.52, SPLY; 2239, OK CORPORATION COMMISSION, 25.00, SERVICE; 2240, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 19.40, SPLY; 2241, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 94.93, SPLY; 2242, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 25.73, SPLY; 2243, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 10.98, SPLY; 2244, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 34.90, SPLY; 2245, RHYNES SURPLUS, 68.92, SPLY; 2246, SABER TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT INC, 230.00, DRUG TEST; 2247, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 126.00, SPLY; 2248, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 213 08, SPLY; 2249, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 81.98, SPLY; 2250, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 219.99, SPLY; 2251, VISION BANK, 1060.25, LEASE; 2252, BORAL AGGREGATE, 608.19, SPLY; 2253, BORAL AGGREGATE, 824.85, SPLY; 2254, BORAL AGGREGATE, 622.12, SPLY; 2255, BORAL AGGREGATE, 632.33, SPLY; 2256, BORAL AGGREGATE, 609.20, SPLY; 2257, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 51.82, SPLY; 2258, DC IGNITION, 75.00, SPLY; 2259, DIRECT TRAFFIC CONTROL INC, 3299.80, SERVICE; 2260, FASTENAL, 30.55, SPLY; 2261, FENTRESS OIL CO., 6052.68, FUEL; 2262, FITTSTONE INC, 322.30, SPLY; 2263, FITTSTONE INC, 1116.22, SPLY; 2264, FITTSTONE INC, 1163.04, SPLY; 2265, FITTSTONE INC, 152.67, SPLY; 2266, FITTSTONE INC, 395.75, SPLY; 2267, FITTSTONE INC, 75 50, SPLY; 2268, GRISSOMS, 124.22, SPLY; 2269, OK CORPORATION COMMISSION, 25.00, SERVICE; 2270, RHYNES SURPLUS, 66.47, SPLY; 2271, SABER TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT INC, 148.00, SERVICE; 2272, TRACTOR SUPPLY, 59.96, SPLY; 2273, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 399.00, SPLY; 2274, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 23.64, SPLY; 2275, T & W TIRE, 190.76, TIRES; 2276, VISION BANK, 2675.18, LEASE; 2277, ADA ALIGNMENT, 382.18, TIRES; 2278, ADAY, CAROLYN, 12.00, SPLY; 2279, BANE MACHINERY INC, 387.21, SPLY; 2280, BOXCER CONSTRUCTION EQUIP, 860.34, SPLY; 2281, CARTER EQUIP REPAIR CO, 515.00, SPLY; 2282, CARTER EQUIP REPAIR CO, 1400.00, SERVICE; 2283, CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DIST #4, 201.81, SPLY; 2284, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 641.96, SERVICE; 2285, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 3845.48, SPLY; 2286, FENTRESS OIL CO., 2290.47, FUEL; 2287, FENTRESS OIL CO., 6120.89, FUEL; 2288, FITTSTONE INC, 2300.17, SPLY; 2289, HALL S AUTO, 86.28, SPLY; 2290, KIRBY SMITH EXCHANGE, 1971.90, SPLY; 2291, O G & E, 224.00, SERVICE; 2292, OK CORPORATION COMMISSION, 25.00, SERVICE; 2293, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 111.00, SPLY; 2294, STONEWALL PUBLIC WORKS AUTH., 76.60, SERVICE; 2295, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 154.83, SPLY; 2296, WARREN CAT, 574.71, SPLY; 2297, WARREN CAT, 1014.50, SPLY; 2298, VISION BANK, 6525.57, LEASE; 2299, RENAISSANCE HOTEL, 81.00, HOTEL;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 440, B & S SANITATION, 45 00, SERVICE; 441, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 55.65, SERVICE; 442, ALLEN ADVOCATE, 32.00, PUBLICATION; 443, CENTRAL EQUIPMENT CO., 55 00, SPLY; 444, FENTRESS OIL CO., 2986.90, FUEL; 445, FIRST RATE SERVICES, INC, 250.00, SERVICE; 446, NATIONAL BUS SALES, 213.68, SPLY; 447, OK CORP COMMISSION, 25 00, SPLY; 448, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 77.89, SPLY; 449, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 46.97, SPLY; 450, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 150.21, SPLY;HEALTH: 270, OK STATE DEPT OF HEALTH, 4359.46, SERVICE; 271, BURRIS, KAREN, 42.18, TRAVEL; 272, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 139.03, SERVICE; 273, AM SAN, 435.95, SPLY; 274, M & M CLEANING SERVICES, 665.00, SERVICE; 275, MILLER OFFICE, 65 00, SERVICE; 276, SANOFI PASTEUR INC, 169.01, SPLY; 277, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 64.49, SPLY; 278, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 920.00, SERVICE; 279, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 920.00, SERVICE; 280, TODD CHIROPRACTOR CENTER, 100.00, SERVICE;RESALE PROPERTY: 91, PITNEY BOWES INC., 100.00, POSTAGE;SHERIFF FEES: 499, BRANDON HURLEY, 96.00, TRANSP JUV; 500, JAMES KENNEDY, 84.00, TRANSP JUV; 501, SHANDY BYNUM, 36.00, TRANSP JUV; 502, TYLER MACKEY, 108.00, TRANSP JUV; 503, CULLIGAN, 53.75, SERVICE; 504, CULLIGAN, 34.25, SERVICE; 505, FUELMAN OF SOUTHERN OK, 5784.79, FUEL; 506, GALLS INCORPORATED, 250.43, SPLY; 507, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INC, 1463.00, SERVICE; 508, JONES EQUIPMENT CO, 70.41, SERVICE; 509, R D J SPECIALTIES, 2543.58, SPLY; 510, SHIRT NOOK, 585.00, SPLY; 511, SPECIAL-OPS UNIFORMS, INC., 2227.44, SPLY; 512, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 1574.98, SERVICE; 513, GUDERIANS, 7955.78, SPLY; 514, FASTENAL, 9.41, SPLY; 515, GUDERIANS, 7638.71, SPLY; 516, HOME DEPOT 3918, 293.91, SPLY; 517, STEELE, SHONDA, 393.08, REIMBURSEMENT; 518, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 65.00, SERVICE; 519, XEROX CORPORATION, 179.99, SERVICE;AGRI PLEX: 426, ADA CITY UTILITIES, 386.13, SERVICE; 427, CABLE ONE, 99.95, SERVICE; 428, CINTAS CORPORATION LOC 618, 260.17, SERVICE; 429, FENTRESS OIL CO., 131.42, FUEL; 430, FRYE BROTHERS CONST, 345.00, SPLY; 431, J B LUMBER, 68.68, SPLY; 432, J B LUMBER, 80.89, SPLY; 433, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 17.95, SPLY; 434, OK STATE DEPT OF HEALTH, 100.00, SERVICE; 435, RHYNES SURPLUS, 157.94,

SPLY; 436, TERRY S PEST CONTROL, 60.00, SERVICE;COUNTY ASSESSOR FEE REVOLVING FUND: 7, COUNTY RECORDS, 405.00, SPLY;ZHOME: 13, PONTOTOC COUNTY DIST #2, 825 00, REIMBURSEMENT; 14, WASTE CONNECTIONS INC, 4202.55, SERVICE;ZCOURT: 193, LEXISNEXIS ACCURINT, 75.00, SERVICE; 194, GRIFFIN & HANEY INC, 85.00, SERVICE; 195, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 63.12, SPLY; 196, PRINTERS TOUCH INC, 960.00, SPLY;ZCOMMISSARY: 62, ADA PAPER COMPANY, 4029.08, SPLY; 63, TIGER COMMISSARY SERVICES, 7083.76, SPLY;ZLODGE: 101, ADA NEWS, 1101 00, AD; 102, PONT CO COONHUNTERS ASSN, 440.00, SERVICE;ZSALESTAX: 227, PONTOTOC COUNTY PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY, 256827.25, REMITTANCE;EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: 66, HEART J DESIGN, 65.00, SERVICE; 67, NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY, 1352.40, REMITTANCE;ZHPG: 10, DELFRATE, TERRY, 1670 00, SERVICE;” Roberts discussed the Courthouse sprinkler system and fire alarm system check that was performed Friday, May 11, 2012. All fire extinguishers will now be on same day of inspection. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to adjourn. All aye. May 21, 2012 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 May 18, 2012 at 100 W. 13th, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Danny Davis, Justin Roberts, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests were in attendance: JR Grissom, Bob Forrest, Chad Letellier, and John Christian. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve May 7, 2012 and May 14, 2012 meeting minutes. All aye. Tommy Hay with the State of Oklahoma office of Juvenile Affairs confirmed that FY 2013 2nd Option Renewal contract is a continuation of the original contract. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve FY 2013 2nd Option Renewal Contracts for Alternatives to Detention/ Transportation. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to let bid #22, drug and alcohol testing and/or background checks. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, approve Resolution #12-98, disposing of equipment for the County Clerk’s office, roller top desk inventory #62-F-108-01. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #12-99, disposing of equipment for the County Clerk’s office, roller top desk/ shelves inventory #62-F-108-02. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #12-100, disposal of equipment for the County Clerk’s office, flat top shelf desk inventory #62-F-108-03. All aye. Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve Resolution #12-101, disposal of equipment for the County Clerk’s office, roller shelve sections inventory #62-F-108-04. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #12-102, two inch asphalt overlay project in Paradise Hills for District #3. All aye. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to void Resolution #12-103, Bridge 171 on CR 3570 repair/replace project. All aye. Grissom stated that the deck on the John Deere riding lawn mower at the Agri-Plex is damaged, and the finish mower is worn out. Grissom submitted quotes: Hisle Brothers Rhino 84” $3,050.00 Great Plains LPW FDR 2584 $3,432.53 Grissom Frontier GM 2084R $3,225.06 Motion by Starns, second by Roberts, to approve ROCMND Area Youth Services, Craig County Regional Detention Center for $17 02 per day. All aye. Approved claims. Approved transfers: T3 to T2C $15,000.00 E1B to E2 $3,000.00 ZLODGE2 to ZLODGE3 $3,000.00 Approved monthly reports. Approved blanket purchase orders: HWY 5033-5034 Sheriff 5035 MD 5036-5040 Sheriff 5042-5047 Approved purchase orders for payment: 1406, A T & T, 593.40, PHONE; 1407, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 224.98, SPLY; 1408, U S ALERT LLC, 350.00, SERVICE; 1409, SOUTHEAST DIST CODA, SCOTT KIRBY, 35.00, REGISTRATION; 1410, OK STATE UNIVERSITY, 95.48, REMITTANCE; 1411, KELLPRO COMPUTER SOLUTIONS-TIM, 555.40, SERVICE; 1412, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 32.98, SPLY; 1413, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 456.18, SPLY; 1414, ADA, CITY OF, 175.00, SERVICE; 1415, ALLEN ADVOCATE, 1211.21, PUBLICATION; 1416, CANADIAN CO JUV DET CENTER, 579.30, JUV DET; 1417, CARTER HALL, 570.00, JUV DET; 1418, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 42.11, SERVICE; 1419, COMANCHE COUNTY REGIONAL JUVENILE DETENTION CENTE, 120.00, JUV DET; 1420, KELLPRO COMPUTER SOLUTIONS-TIM, 156.50, SERVICE; 1421, RELIABLE OFFICE SUPPLIES, 35.52, SPLY; 1422, SEQUOYAH ENTERPRISES, 186.08, JUV DET; 1423, STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR, 899 67, SERVICE; 1424, MILLER OFFICE, 23.40, SERVICE;HIGHWAY: 2300, ADA SALES & RENTAL, 17.00, SERVICE; 2301, DOLESE BROS, 916.87, SPLY; 2302, DOLESE BROS, 523.60, SPLY; 2303, ERGON ASPHALT AND EMULSIONS, 4007.76, SPLY; 2304, FENTRESS OIL CO., 5521.19, FUEL; 2305, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 2228.22, TIRES; 2306, J B LUMBER, 42.68, SPLY; 2307, JO CO EQUIPMENT, 589.50, SPLY; 2308, LOCKE SUPPLY, 3.61, SPLY; 2309, O T A PIKEPASS CTR-GOVT ACCT, 3.30, PASS; 2310, VALLEY VIEW EMS, 120.00, SERVICE; 2311, BARRETT S AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, 140.00, SPLY; 2312, BUMPER TO BUMPER, 79.50, SPLY; 2313, CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DIST #4, 240.80, SPLY; 2314, DC IGNITION, 145.00, SPLY; 2315, FENTRESS OIL CO., 4697.40, FUEL; 2316, GRISSOMS, 10.48, SPLY; 2317, GRISSOMS, 71.76, SPLY; 2318, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 1441.44, TIRES; 2319, HOME DEPOT 3918, 252.83, SPLY; 2320, HOOTEN OIL CO., 2236.30, FUEL; 2321, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 125.11, SPLY; 2322, SOUTHERN OKLA TRUCK REPAIR, 19.68, SPLY; 2323, TRUCK PARTS OF ADA, 592.48, SPLY; 2324, T X I OPERATIONS L

P, 318.80, SPLY; 2325, T X I OPERATIONS L P, 86.32, SPLY; 2326, T X I OPERATIONS L P, 356.44, SPLY; 2327, VALLEY VIEW EMS, 130.00, SERVICE; 2328, WARREN CAT, 75.50, SPLY; 2329, WARREN CAT, 859.40, SPLY; 2330, WARREN CAT, 406 55, SPLY; 2331, BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES, 567.71, SPLY; 2332, BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES, 42.17, SPLY; 2333, FENTRESS OIL CO., 6205.60, FUEL; 2334, HERCULES TIRE SALES INC, 1646.88, TIRES; 2335, HOME DEPOT 3918, 88.97, SPLY; 2336, SHERRELL STEEL L.L.C, 370.75, SPLY; 2337, SPENCER MACHINE WORKS, 35.00, SERVICE; 2338, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 45.15, SPLY; 2339, ROBERTS, JUSTIN, 807.32, TRAVEL; 2340, RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS, INC., 95957 50, EQUIP;SENIOR CITIZENS TRANS: 451, MILLER OFFICE, 83.20, SPLY; 452, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 30 56, SPLY; 453, ZEE MEDICAL, 48.70, SPLY;HEALTH: 281, OK STATE DEPT OF HEALTH, 6521.10, REIMBURSEMENT; 282, O G & E, 1302.66, SERVICE; 283, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 88.01, SERVICE; 284, ALLEN ADVOCATE, 132.00, PUBLICATION; 285, A T & T, 572.52, SERVICE; 286, UNITED I N D U S T R I E S , 1 8 . 2 1 , S P LY; R E S A L E PROPERTY: 92, WILLIAMSON, EVA, 210.72, REFUND;SHERIFF FEES: 520, SOUTH CENTRAL EMERGENCY SERVICES, 419.00, SERVICE; 521, SPECIAL-OPS UNIFORMS, INC., 253.97, SPLY; 522, XEROX CORPORATION, 567.12, SPLY; 523, ADA SALES & RENTAL, 90.00, SERVICE; 524, NATIONAL BUSINESS FURNITURE, 313.00, SPLY; 525, NICHOLS DOLLAR SAVER, 665.00, SPLY; 526, O G & E, 3480.42, SERVICE; 527, O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC., 144.14, SPLY; 528, WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC, 564.35, SPLY;AGRI PLEX: 437, CENTERPOINT ENERGY - ARKLA, 230.27, SERVICE; 438, THE GOOD BOOK STORE, 78.00, SPLY;ZCOURT: 197, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 20.49, SPLY; 198, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 37.45, SPLY; 199, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 446.70, SPLY; 200, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 110.87, SPLY; 201, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 125.43, SPLY; 202, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 155.21, SPLY; 203, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 21.46, SPLY; 204, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 95.44, SPLY; 205, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 41.44, SPLY; 206, STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, 33.99, SPLY; 207, TREAT S SOLUTIONS, 27.59, SPLY;EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: 68, FENTRESS OIL CO., 227.62, FUEL; 69, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 394.25, SPLY; 70, MEAD LUMBER DO-IT CENTER, 210.96, SPLY;” Davis related that the cost of trash cans and cigarette butt holders would be approximately $1,000.00 each. Commissioners will submit request to the Trust. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to adjourn. All aye. May 29, 2012 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 May 25, 2012 at 100 W. 13th, Ada, Oklahoma. Gary Starns, Danny Davis, Justin Roberts, and Pam Walker were present for the meeting. The following guests were in attendance: JR Grissom, Charlotte Echols, John Christian, Chad Letellier, John Burchett, and Greg Taylor. Motion by Davis, second by Starns, to approve May 21, 2012 meeting minutes. All aye. Discussion by Charlotte Echols with SODA, regarding Public Hearing for grant 13452 CDBG 08 to receive and discuss comments. $78,481.00 RWD #7 $2,248.00 In-kind District #1 $21,034.00 In-kind District #3 $2,022.00 In-kind Lula $8,355.00 In-kind Five tanks totaled $160,994.00. Tanks are complete and the last check has been issued. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to close Public Hearing. All aye. Closeout documents for Grant 13452 CDBG 08 were accepted and signed. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to accept project as complete. All aye. Motion by Davis, second by Starns, to accept 13452 CDBG 08 Grant as complete. All aye. Chad Letellier and John Burchett discussed using the Emergency Operation Center for National Field Day exercise for June 23, 2012. Motion by Starns, second by Davis, to allow use of Emergency Operation Center by Pontotoc County Amateur Radio Association. All aye. Chad Letellier with Emergency Management regarding PCEM supervising Emergency Management of Stonewall for $100.00 a month. Other communities that may need the same service are Allen, Roff, Francis, Stonewall, and Fitzhugh. Motion by Davis, second by Starns, to table until all committees are contacted. All aye. Discussion by John Christian, Sheriff, regarding the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Ada and Pontotoc County for 2010 Byrne Grant to be used as follows: $13,309.00 City of Ada to purchase computers $5,300.00 Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Department to update radio equipment Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to accept Resolution #12-110, Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Ada 2010 Byrne Grant. All aye. Discussion by Christian regarding 2012 Byrne Grant application for the following: $6,292.00 City of Ada to purchase Tasers $6,000.00 Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Department to purchase radios Motion by Davis, second by Starns, to approve Resolution #12-111, Memorandum of Understanding for 2012 Byrne Grant application. All aye. Discussion regarding donating use of the AgriPlex Convention Center for Welcoming Home event for local National Guardsmen of Pontotoc County with the City of Ada and local veteran groups for June 29, 2012; alternate dates are June 22, July 13, and July 15, 2012 in the evening from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to approve use pending date approval with JR Grissom, Agri-Plex manager regarding dates. All aye. Greg Taylor, attorney, discussed vacating platted street on Magnolia Drive, which has never been constructed. Motion by Roberts, second by Starns, to accept Order to Petition vacate plotted street, said section of Magnolia Drive. All aye. Motion by Davis, second by Starns, to approve payment Option A, total workers compensation plan of $110,971.00 with ACCO. all aye.


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LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. PB-2012-44 In the Matter of the Estate of MILDRED POWERS, also known as MILDRED B. POWERS, also known as MILDRED MARIE POWERS, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persons interested in the Estate of Mildred Powers, also known as Mildred B. Powers, also known as Mildred Marie Powers, deceased, that on the 5th day of June, 2012, JaNell D. Fleming, filed in said Court her Petition praying for the Probate of the Estate of Mildred Powers, also known as Mildred B. Powers, also known as Mildred Marie Powers, Deceased, a judicial determination of heirship at the time of hearing that those named in said Petition are the sole and only heirs, devisees and legatees of the decedent, and asking that Letters Testamentary issue to JaNell D. Fleming as Personal Representative of said Estate. Pursuant to an Order of this Court made on the 5th day of June, 2012, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Friday, the 29th day of June, 2012, at 9:30 o’clock a.m. the Petition will be heard at the District Courtroom, Pontotoc County Courthouse, Ada, Oklahoma 74820, when and where all persons interested may appear and contest the same. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this the 5th day of June, 2012. Thomas S. Landrith Judge of the District Court Kenneth R. Johnson 130 East 14th/Drawer 1690 Ada, OK 74820 Attorney for Petitioner (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 7, 2012)

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT WITHIN AND FOR PONTOTOC COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA Case No. P-2012-43 In the Matter of the Estate of MAURICE L. WATTEAU, Deceased. COMBINED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF HEARING To: All persons interested in the Estate of MAURICE L. WATTEAU: You are hereby notified that on May 24, 2012, the petitioner, Robbie Watteau, 1027 S. Belmont Street, Ada, Oklahoma, filed in the District Court of Pontotoc County a Petition for Summary Administration. The petitioner has alleged that MAURICE L. WATTEAU, age 71, died intestate on May 16, 2012, domiciled and residing in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, and that the total value of the decedent’s property in Oklahoma is less than $175,000.00. In an Order for Combined Notice entered on said May 29, 2012, the Court found that it should dispense with the regular estate proceedings prescribed by law, appoint a Special Personal Representative instanter, order notice to creditors, and issue an order for hearing upon the Petition for Summary Administration, the final accounting and petition for determination of heirs, legatees, and devisees and distribution. Pursuant to the Order for Combined Notice, all creditors having claims against MAURICE L. WATTEAU, deceased, are required to present the same, with a description of all security interest and other collateral, if any, held by each creditor with respect to such claim, to the Petitioner, Robbie Watteau, c/o Preston Saul Draper, P. O. Box 70, Ada, Oklahoma 74821, on or before the presentment date of July 1, 2012, or the same will be forever barred. The claim of any creditor now shown in the Petition will be barred unless the claim is presented to the Special Personal Representative on or before the presentment date. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held on the 27th day of July, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock a. m. at the Pontotoc County Courthouse, before the Judge of the District Court. At the hearing the Court will decide whether to approve the Petition for Summary Administration and the final account and petition for determination of heirs, legatees, and devisees and distr bution of the estate by the Petitioner. The final account and petition for determination of heirs, legatees, and devisees and distribution will be filed on or before July 7, 2012. You are hereby advised that you must file objections to the Petition for Summary Administration and the final account and petition for determination of heirs, legatees and devisees and distribution at least ten (10) days before the hearing and send a copy to the petitioner’s attorney, Preston Saul Draper, P.O. Box 70, Ada, Oklahoma 74821, or you will be deemed to have waived any objections. If you have no objections, you need not appear at the hearing nor make any filings with the Court. If an objection is filed at least ten (10) days before the hearing, the Court will determine at the hearing whether summary proceedings are appropriate and if so, whether the estate will be distributed and to whom the estate will be distributed. s/ Preston Saul Draper Preston Saul Draper, OBA #19797 Sweeney, Smith, Draper & Christopher, P.L.L.C. 1320 Stone Bridge P. O. Box 70 Ada, Oklahoma 74820 (580-332-7200) (Published in The Allen Advocate on May 31 and June 7, 2012)

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Atwood First Baptist

After being away for a couple of weeks to help out with a family situation, it is good to be back home with my church family. Since this is the first Sunday of the month, the men cooked breakfast and served up biscuits and gravy with all the trimmings. There are several things listed on the calendar this month. Next Sunday, June 10th at 2:00 in the afternoon, Ted Deaton will be ordained as a deacon. Following the ordination service there will be a reception in the fellowship hall. June 11-16th is the week our teens attend Falls Creek. Church members are invited, practically begged actually, to bring homemade cookies for them to take along for refreshments and desserts. June 23rd is Movie and Meal night, and then next month Vacation Bible School is scheduled for July 9th through the 13th. Although it wasn’t in accordance with the schedule as given in the bulletin this Sunday, little Ray Lynn Crase opened the worship services by insisting loud

ing at least, no worms in the apples. If you can imagine an attractive serpent who walks upright, that is how Satan appeared to Eve. He was sly enough that he did not exactly lie while still not telling the truth. After they ate of the tree, they did indeed know the difference between good and evil just as he had said--and no, they didn’t die right away. However, they were soon to learn that their future included death as well as many other unpleasant things. When God confronted them, they each tried to cast the blame anywhere but on themselves. After God told them that their lives would now include such things as pain in childbirth and that Adam would have to labor in the fields and earn their food by the sweat of his brow, God killed an animal to clothe them. From that very first sin, the only thing that could atone for sin is blood sacrifice. No matter what kind of covenant we humans have made with God since that first generation, one way or another we have failed to uphold our side of the covenant. God still loves us, though, and when the time was right, his son Jesus sacrificed his own blood and made us a gift of salvation that rescues us from eternal death if we will accept that gift. Some time after Paul received that gift of salvation from Jesus he wrote a letter to the Romans. Several of the verses of that letter have been used so often to help people find salvation that they have become known as the Roman Road. These verses are

and clear that it was time for her to put her birthday money in the little children’s home offering house at the front of the church. It has been amazing to see how quickly Ray Lynn has changed from a cute baby to a cute toddler in the seven months she has been attending our church. Tom Spillman, accompanied on guitar by Wyatt Deaton, brought the special music. I don’t know if it’s just because I’ve been away for a couple of Sundays or if Tom and Wyatt are really that good, but their “On Hallelujah Square” was wonderful. Rev. Charles Karch’s sermon was titled “Who Put the Worm in the Apple?” and was based on Genesis 3:1-21. There was only one thing that God forbade Adam and Eve to do when he placed them in the Garden of Eden, and that was that they not eat of the fruit of one particular tree. If they ate of it, they would die. A t this time there were no thorns, stickers, or thistles in the pastures and, figuratively speak-

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Erica Berryman, Plaintiff, vs. Jess Luckey, Julius Co bert, Alex Clark, B. J. Grayson, and Lucille Grayson, Trustees of the Reaper Missionary Baptist Church of Ada, and their unknown Succeessors; Rebecca Clark, William E. Gray, and Freddie Clark, Jr., the Board of Trustees of the Reaper Missionary Baptist Church, an Unincorporated Association, and their Unknown Successors; and Maymie R. Melton, if living, or if dead, her unknown successors; and, Cynthia Louise Hendrix, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Jess Luckey, Julius Co bert, Alex Clark, B.J. Grayson, and Lucille Grayson, Trustees of the Reaper Missionary Baptist Church of Ada, and their unknown successors; Rebecca Clark and Freddie Clark, Jr., the Board of Trustees of the Reaper Missionary Baptist Church, an unincorporated association, and their unknown successors; and Maymie R. Melton, if living, or if dead, her unknown successors; and Cynthia Louise Hendrix. You, and each of you, are hereby notified that Erica Berryman, as Plaintiff, has filed a Petition in the District Court of Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, in the above-numbered and styled cause of action, suing you, Jess Luckey, Julius Co bert, Alex Clark, B.J. Grayson, and Lucille Grayson, Trustees of the Reaper Missionary Baptist Church of Ada, and their unknown successors; Rebecca Clark and Freddie Clark, Jr., the Board of Trustees of the Reaper Missionary Baptist Church, an unincorporated association, and their unknown successors; and Maymie R. Melton, if living, or if dead, her unknown successors; and Cynthia Louise Hendrix. That said Petition alleges that you are claiming some right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest in the following described real property located in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma: Lots 1 through 6, inclusive, of Block 2, North Hammond Heights Subdivision, according to the recorded plat thereof. adverse to the right, title, and interest of the Plaintiff therein; that you have no right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest in said real property and should be required to show in open court what claims, if any, you now have in or to said real property adverse to the right, title, and interest of the Plaintiff therein; that you should be perpetually barred and enjoined from asserting any such claims in or to said real property adverse to the right, title, and interest of the Plaintiff therein; that Plaintiff is the owner of the fee simple title to said real property; and prays for judgment against you and in favor of the Plaintiff, quieting her title to said real property against you. You must answer the Petition filed by the Plaintiff on or before the 19th day of July, 2012, or it will be accepted as true and judgment will be rendered against you, and each of you, decreeing the Plaintiff to be the owner of said real property and entitled to possession thereof, and decreeing that you have no right, title, lien, estate, encumbrance, claim, assessment, or interest in said real property, and quieting title thereto in the Plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal this 6th day of June, 2012. ERNESTINE EUBANK, Court Clerk Pontotoc County, Oklahoma By: /s/B. Myers Deputy James R. Scrivner, OBA #8033 JAMES R. SCRIVNER, P.C. Post Office Box 1373 Ada, Oklahoma 74820 Attorney for the Plaintiff (Published in The Allen Advocate on June 7, 14 and 21, 2012)

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Out & About Allen JoeAnn Hogue enjoyed a weekend visit from her grandson, Jeffrey Hogue of Longview, Texas. Also visiting were Skeeter Hogue, and Roy and Susie Snider. Jeffery has just returned from two week tour of Russia with a side trip to Frankfurt, Germany. —O&A— On Memorial Day, Donny and Judy Johnson met their daughter, Deanese Grigsby, in Greenville, Texas. Judy accompanied Deanese on to Troup, Texas to spend the week. On Friday, Donny and Sam traveled to Troup to attend the graduation of grandson and nephew, Brock Grigsby. Friday night Brock graduated and was recognized as a Distinguished Senior during the ceremony. He will also follow in the footsteps of his grandpa Donny and great-grandfather Jack Carlton and attend Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee. After a Friday night stay in Tyler, Donny, Judy and Sam returned home, very proud of their graduate. —O&A— Mrs. Beverly Bishop of Tupelo was out & about this past Monday visiting her cousin, Betty Finney. —O&A— Coy West traveled to Oklahoma City this past weekend to attend the Saturday wedding of his niece, Jamie West, to Michael O’Conner. —O&A— Tom and Agnes Taylor, accompanied by Shawn Taylor, traveled to Coger recently for a visit at the home of Jerry and Gina Taylor. Also coming by for a visit with the Taylors was Jerry’s daughterin-law, Lindy Taylor and her daughter. This past Thursday, Tom and Agnes enjoyed supper at the park with Shawn and Johnna Taylor

and Sully, and Joe and Mary Taylor and boys. —O&A— Gina Alcaida and Carmen traveled to Lawton this past weekend for an overnight visit with family. Among those visited were Robert and Mark Batungbacal from Maui, Hawaii; Flo, David, Jamie, Joshua, Kawika and Christy May, Elisio Batungbacal, and J.J. and Christy Joe Shelton, all from Lawton; and Irene, Teresa, and Ailene Batungbacal of Texas. —O&A— Cindy Davis returned home Monday from a quick trip to Michigan where she attended the graduation of her great-nephew, Ryan Walton. Flying from OKC to Saginaw, Michigan on Thursday evening, she was met by her brother George Hair, and niece Melinda Walton and Dave; they then joined sister-in-law Sandy Hair and niece Marissa Hair at Melinda’s home in Coleman. After spending the night they traveled south to Muir, Michigan for a family reunion on Friday with aunts and cousins. The party was held at her brother’s home. Saturday they enjoyed attending the Michigan State Track Meet in Jennison where Ryan competed in the high jump and hurdles events. Ryan placed 7th at State in high jump and holds a personal record of jumping 6 feet 2 inches. They then traveled back to Coleman to prepare for Sunday’s high school graduation ceremony. Ryan graduated as Salutatorian of his class at Coleman High; he will be attending the Michigan Institute of Technology in Houghton and plans to earning a degree in mechanical engineering. Following the commencement exercises, 150+ family and friends gathered to honor Ryan at his open house, held at their home in Coleman.

As well as Cindy from Oklahoma, his aunt Marissa had made the trip from Anchorage, Alaska,

cousin Tiffany Hoaglin, C.J. and Lily, from Ft. Bragg, North Caro-

lina, and family and friends from throughout the state of Michigan.

Memorial Day in Non

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Orvil Sanford and his wife, Carolyn, now live in Live Crockett, California.

Former Non residents Robert Deery and Joyce Coats Deery. Many remember Joyce’s dad, Woody Coats, who was county Commissioner for many years.

Brandy Holder, Jerry and Christian Tollett, and Dylan Holder visited during the Memorial Day holiday.


Allen Elementary Honor Roll

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2nd Semester - 2011-2012 Superintendent’s Roll st 1 Grade – Coyt Bell, Hunter Boyd, Jake Champ, Raney Clay, Quinn Corum, Clayton Dyer, Kaylee Ford, Montana Griffith, Tagus Howard, Kassidy Keeney, Kaisen Manuel, Payton McWethy, Gary Raney, Brooklyn Sanders, Elainea Smith, Ansley Tollett, Keenan Walker, Maebry Wallace, Beckett Wells, Maggie Yarbrough 2nd Grade – Jake Beavert, Braxton Castillo, Matthew Christoffersen, William Kaminski, Brandon Riddle, Ethan Roniss, Milani Rowsey, Mandala Sanchez, Samuel Wallace, Brody Wallis, Davyn Wilson, Maddox Wofford 3rd Grade – Trent Fronterhouse,

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