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Lindsay CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

This is a Town Square Publication created and produced for the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce 107 N. Main, Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4312 | www.lindsaychamberofcommerce.org

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Lindsay Chamber of Commerce

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The Founding of Lindsay

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Lindsay Santa Fe Railroad Depot

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Lindsay, Oklahoma

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Murray Lindsay Mansion

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Lindsay Broomcorn Sweeps the World

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Pikes Peak School

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. The Chamber and Town Square assume no responsibility for misinformation. Please contact the Chamber with any additions or corrections. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission of the Chamber and Town Square is prohibited.

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Oil Comes to Lindsay

Chairman, CEO and Publisher | Douglas K. Ray President and Chief Operating Officer | Scott Stone Vice President / Director | Scott Ray Production Manager | Joseph Nugara Editor and Design | Gail Gaboda Content Coordinator / Client Liaison | Stefanie Nugara Ad Production Coordinators | Tiffany Salerno and Neila Frontier Cover Sketch | Renee Taylor Directory Coordinator | Michael Sumrak Advertising Sales | Alan Flinton

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Lindsay Public Schools

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Griffith Sports Complex

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Lindsay Important Phone Numbers

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Lindsay Churches

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Calendar of Events

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Chamber Members – Alphabetical

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Chamber Members by Category

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Advertiser Index

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LINDSAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LINDSAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 107 N. Main | P.O. Box 504 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4312 The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce exists to advance the civic, economic and business interests of Lindsay by promoting commerce, leadership and education. The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce invites you to our community, which was once described by General John C. Fremont, in his report to the U.S. Government in 1849, as the “Garden of Eden.” Fremont said, “If there is a garden of Eden in the western hemisphere, it is in the Washita Valley,” this valley being the third most fertile valley in the world. Come visit our town, meet our people and revel in the quality of life that has become our heritage. We look forward to

making your acquaintance! We know you’ll love our small town. Violet Henderson Chamber Director Facebook: Lindsay, OK Chamber of Commerce lchamber1@windstream.net

2017 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS President: Lester Grumbles Vice President: John Collins Treasurer: Barbra Kelley Amanda Polk Sara Simonton Tray Williams Kelli Lindsey Ex-Officio Officers Debbie Hassler Rene Taylor Ryan Taylor Office Staff Paula Barker

THE FOUNDING OF LINDSAY By Mrs. Lewis Lindsay Alzira Powell, my mother, and Frank Murray were married at Fort Arbuckle in 1870. She was of Indian ancestry, a descendant of Alzira Folsom, a sister of Davis Folsom, who was the chief of the Choctaw Nation. After living at Paul’s Valley one year they moved to Erin Springs, so named because Murray was an Irishman and the first settler. Before the post office was established, it was called Elm Springs because of a large elm tree by the springs. Frank Murray built a home on the same site that the present mansion now stands. This was a log home, but roomy and comfortable. There were four rooms, a hall and a front and back porch extending the full length of the building. It had huge fireplaces with windows on each side. There we lived until the rock house was built by John Coyle in 1881. He had come to Erin Springs shortly after Frank Murray. He also built Smith Paul a rock house at Smith Paul’s Valley. The Murray house was built of native stone quarried about six miles south of Erin Springs. It was originally a two-story house and in 1902, a third story was added and a few other changes were made, one

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being a coat of cement put on the stone walls. When I was 6 years old, Miss Maggie Bowen came to teach my brother John and me. We were both young to have a teacher, but in those days they were scarce and my father had a chance to get Miss Bowen, who had been teaching Dr. Shirley’s children near Cherokee town. He brought her here to live with us. After she had been here a short time, he built a school house and she taught still living in our home. My father paid her $30 per month plus room and board. Any children living in the settlement could go to school there. Miss Maggie, as everyone called her, later married John Coyle who built the mansion house. Sophia McCaughey, my grandmother, came to Erin Springs one year after we did and built a home on the old McCaughey place and lived there until her death; her son was the first postmaster of Erin Springs. After a short time, people began to drift into Erin Springs and build cabin homes and tend a few acres of land. Mr. Murray began to farm, at first a small acreage near his home, then in the rich valley of the Washita. His first farm was known as the old hedge farm, fenced with bois d’arc posts. Gradually his farm extended until it

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ran almost 10 miles up and down the Washita River on the north side. He was a big-hearted Irishman and would furnish his renters with wagon and team, implements and grub for a year and let them put in so many acres of land, they pay him in rent. That is the way he managed to get in so large a tract of farming land in the Washita Valley. The south side of the river was adapted to cattle grazing. They were turned out on the range and looked after by the cowboys. Indian corn was the main crop, which averaged 50 and 60 bushels per acre and sold for as much as $2 per bushel. Crop failures was unheard of in those days. The government road ran between Fort Sill and Fort Caddo. Long wagon trains drawn by pairs of oxen carried food and other supplies from Caddo, the nearest shopping point to Fort Sill and Reno. These freighters were sometimes a lawless lot, Jesse James being one of them; however he was not an outlaw at this time and acted like a perfect gentleman on his visits to Erin Springs. The stage coach carried the mail along this route twice a week. Sometimes there were a few passengers. One man and a team made a moderate day’s drive and then a new man and fresh team started another day's drive. Thus, the long, lonely trips from Fort Sill to Caddo. Stage stands along the way, which were regular stopping places were Rush Springs, Whitebead and Pauls Valley. The drivers of the stage coaches were welcome visitors because they brought news from the outside world, and often warned

of Indian outbreaks, so that the settlers could prepare for them. Often, the driver was killed by Indians or outlaws but always the horses made the journey alone to the nearest stage stand. In those days it was custom to go armed, but my father was fearless, peaceful and easy to get along with and never carried firearms. His friends all liked and respected him. I remember hearing General Cabell tell the story of a battle that took place on Cabell Creek near the present crossing. One evening near sundown, the general and a handful of soldiers were camped for the night on the creek on their way back to Fort Arbuckle. They were surprised by a small band of Indians and a battle took place. No soldiers were killed, but eight Indians lost their lives. They were buried on the hill where the Murray home was later built. In excavating for a cellar, four skeletons were found. Plenty of arrowheads have been found in the Lindsay field near the creek, also around the old school house where the Indians camped for days at a time. Erin Springs, by the time the Santa Fe railroad was built through Pauls Valley and Purcell, had become a very thriving little village, with a dozen or more comfortable cottages, two stores, one of which had a post office, and a drug store, a blacksmith shop, a school house and a Masonic hall combined, which also served as a church. People thought nothing of riding 30 or 40 miles in a buggy to attend picnics, barbecues and religious gatherings. A very good life it was. lindsaychamberofcommerce.com

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LINDSAY SANTA FE RAILROAD DEPOT The Lindsay Santa Fe Depot, located at 107 North Main Street in Lindsay, OK was constructed in the year 1903. Its current location was at one time the property of Lewis Lindsay, who donated the fertile Washita Valley agricultural region acreage to the Santa Fe Railroad Company. When the Santa Fe started laying their tracks west from Pauls Valley, the Rock Island Railroad Company started laying east toward Lindsay, where the two lines met. In 1942, the Rock Island tracks were removed. This depot was established to provide connections with the rich fertile areas of present-day Pauls Valley, Chickasha, and other surrounding areas for shipping goods such as broomcorn, cotton and agriculture products to various markets in Oklahoma. The Lindsay Depot handled freight and

passenger service. The depot retained its role as a shipping/receiving center until its closing in 1985. The Lindsay Santa Fe Railroad Depot is listed on the Nation’s Register as one of the two oldest Santa Fe Depots in South-Central Oklahoma. It is one of the best two remaining examples of vernacular architecture as applied to railroad stations in the early 1900s.

LINDSAY, OKLAHOMA LOCATION Hwy 19 & 76, Garvin County Nearest major city . . . . . . . . . . . Norman, 36 miles County size in square miles:. . . . . . . . . . 814 miles

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CLIMATE Annual Average Temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . 74.4° January . . . . . . . . 43° July. . . . . . . 83° Annual rainfall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35" Average snowfall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6" Average relative humidity: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72% Prevailing wind direction:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South Elevation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 876' GOVERNMENT Type of government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mayor/ council/city manager Planning commission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes

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Zoning regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes Fire insurance rating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Lindsay has a full-time fire, EMS and police department POPULATION Population on the latest Census 2,840 Banks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Hospital. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Tax Rate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.25%

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Lindsay INN & SUITES Features & Amenities • High Speed Internet • Complimentary Full Breakfast • Indoor Heated Pool • Cable/Satellite TV • 100% Smoke-free Hotel

(405) 756-3988

Fax: (405) 756-3989 Email: bwlindsayinn@gmail.com 14114 Highway 19, Lindsay, OK 73052

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MURRAY LINDSAY MANSION

The Lindsay Historical Society operates two historic museums in the Erin Springs Community just south of Lindsay off highway 76. The beautiful three-story Murray Lindsay Mansion was the home of Frank and Alzira Murray and still stands as a legacy in this community in Garvin County. The home was occupied by Lewis and Anita

Lindsay until the 1960s and was redecorated by their daughter Tess Lindsay. Many beautiful Lindsay family heirlooms and pieces of furniture have been maintained through donations from the family and community. Tours are available Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and group tours are available by appointment.

LINDSAY BROOMCORN SWEEPS THE WORLD A CHANGE IS COMING In 1906 broomcorn was introduced into Lindsay by Fred Tinch and his father-in-law Robert Watkins. Fred and his wife, Inez Watkins Tinch, along with the Watkins moved from Illinois and brought only the best grade of seed. Soon, others such as Thomas Lyons, W. K. Donnell, Scott, Harry and Earl Moore moved into the valley and started growing and buying broomcorn. In 1907 Watkins Company built the first broomcorn storage warehouse. The largest shipment from Lindsay was 1,350 car loads in 1920. Lindsay grew the finest quality of broomcorn in the world and was the largest broomcorn center in production. This corn was used for all grades of brooms.

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Lindsay became a shipping point for other broomcorn districts because of such large storing facilities and transit privileges. The slogan “Lindsay Broomcorn sweeps the World” soon was heard around the world. Fred Tinch said the night he and Robert Watkins drove into Lindsay in a surrey, a cowboy was riding a mule down Main Street at full speed, yelling, “I’m a wolf with a red necktie,” and he was shooting his pistol every step of the way. They got by him and went on to the hotel. It was election day and everyone was shooting it up, Tinch later found out. After reaching the hotel, Tinch and Watkins asked the hotel manager if they could get a room and the manager replied, “I be damned if I tell you till I know who you are.”

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PIKES PEAK SCHOOL The Pikes Peak Museum, a two-room school operated in the Pikes Peak Community until 1958, is located across from the Murray Lindsay Mansion. Many photos of school years and other historical items are on display. The school has been restored and continues to be maintained through donations from Pikes Peak alumni and others. Several events are held in the school museum including the Homecoming on the last Saturday of July and Christmas at the Mansion on the first Sunday of December. Group and individual tours are scheduled by

appointment, and school tours are offered as a step back in time of what it was like to attend a rural school. To schedule a tour of either museum, call (405) 756-2121 and leave a message.

OIL COMES TO LINDSAY On Nov. 21, 1944, Cities Service Oil Company released a location to be drilled in the center of SW, NW, Section 22-5N-4W, McClain County. This well was a wildcat located in the hills of north Lindsay, which were adequate for farm travel but wouldn’t handle the heavy oil field trucks necessary to move tools into the location. After the roads and bridges were constructed or rebuilt, the location was leveled, the derrick was built and Loffland Brothers Drilling Company moved in a rotary drilling rig and commenced drilling the first oil well in Lindsay. The Lawson “A” No. 1 was 10,955 feet deep. The initial production was 852 barrels in eight hours through a ¾-inch choke. The well was completed on Oct. 26, 1945. This well opened a new field in the Golden Trend area of Lindsay and intensified drilling activity that caused major companies

and independents to play the area around Lindsay despite the cost of leases and the deep and expensive drilling at the time. A lot has changed since the first well. The holes became bigger and deeper, the pipe being used is a much higher grade and wells are drilled horizontally. Major improvements in drill bits, drilling mud, fracking techniques and improved well logging have drastically decreased the length of time to complete a well; also, roustabout service at that time was done by hand tools. Now roustabouts service is done by power tools. As time progressed, men have gained experience with drilling. Lindsay has been through many oil booms since the Golden Trend that began in 1945. Hopefully, with the continued knowledge from geologists and improved techniques, the oil industry here will continue for centuries to come. lindsaychamberofcommerce.com

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LINDSAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BY DAN CHAPMAN Superintendent of Lindsay Schools The Lindsay Public School System has a tradition of excellence in both academic and co-curricular pursuits. In 1954 the Lindsay Public School System became a pioneer by setting standards beyond those required by the state when the school became one of the first 10 schools in Oklahoma to achieve total accreditation by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges, a rigorous monitor of school achievement throughout the United States, now known as Advanc ED. To this day, Lindsay Schools maintain this tradition at all levels, from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. During the 2015-16 school year, Lindsay Public Schools underwent its five-year, in-depth, on-site accreditation evaluation and received very high scores. In further recognition of excellence, Lindsay Schools were recently named to a list of the top 10 schools in Oklahoma (including both large and small, rural and urban) compiled by the U S. News and World Report magazine.

A plan for future growth Lindsay school patrons, along with the school administration and staff, began to recognize in the last decade the need for updating and adding to existing school plant facilities. Incorporating people from all walks of life in the community, a fact-gathering committee began discussions to seek out diverse opinions within the community about the future needs of the district. This process culminated in 2014 with a formal presentation to the Lindsay Board of Education, outlining a plan for future growth of school facilities. A year-long campaign to inform the voting public about school needs resulted in a bond issue passage in September 2015. Included in the bond issue were facilities that will enhance the educational opportunities of all Lindsay school children. A new fifth grade center is being built in the elementary school. New safe rooms and band practice rooms are being incorporated into the new basketball arena.

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Lindsay Public School System 800 W. Creek St. Lindsay, OK 73052 Phone: (405) 756‑3131 Fax: (405) 756‑8819 In addition to its use as a basketball facility, the new arena will house school events such as high school graduation ceremonies, which have outgrown the old facilities. A new field house, concessions, and football stadium will provide a totally new facility for football and track athletes with its incorporated track. In addition to building new facilities, renovations to other areas of the school are part of the longterm plan for school improvement. The agriculture show barns and facilities include a new commons area for meetings, new concession areas and restroom facilities. Though plans are not firmly in place, other projected plans include renovation of existing band rooms and the gym weight room as possible sites for new state-of-the art technology classrooms. Through the foresight of progressive Lindsay patrons, the Lindsay Board of Education and Lindsay school staff, the current and future physical needs of district students are in the process of being built or in the planning stages.

Achieving academic excellence As a result of the school’s dedication to high standards, Lindsay students have annually been recognized among the top academic students in the state. Lindsay High School academic teams have reached the state finals of the Aca-

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demic Bowl Competition nine times, becoming the state runner-up twice, placing third once and fourth twice. Sixteen LHS students have been named Academic Bowl All-Staters, along with one Honorable Mention Academic Bowl AllStater. In addition, 12 LHS students (in competition with students from all classes of schools in Oklahoma, both large and small) have been selected as Academic AllStaters, the highest academic honor bestowed upon high school students in our state. In addition to academic bowl competition, high school students have opportunities to attend scholastic meets during the school year at which they compete against students from other schools within the region. Lindsay students consistently perform well in these academic and fine arts scholastic meets.

Providing support to students Through the past six years, Lindsay Elementary School has created and implemented a tiered system of supports to assist students with academic and behavioral needs. This system is part of the Oklahoma Tiered Intervention System of Supports (OTISS) and has proven to significantly reduce the number of behavior referrals to the office as well as the number of students who have been referred to special education services. The benefits and intangibles of the OTISS program extend far beyond its measurable outcomes and improve the educational progress of all students across the curriculum. Lindsay Elementary also adopted a Walkto-Read program at the beginning of the 2015-16 school year that allows students who need assistance because of skill gaps to receive intervention. It also provides opportunities for students with above-grade-level skills to go to enrichment classes for more challenging projects. Through the implementation of these programs and the dedication of many skilled, hardworking teachers, assistants and other staff, Lindsay Elementary has earned the honor

of achieving OTISS Model School status this year, becoming one of only two schools in the state with this distinction.

Agricultural accomplishments To describe the accomplishments of our FFA program would require long and lengthy lists of students who achieve at high levels. Our local FFA chapter was named in 2016 as a State Superior Three Star Chapter. Local FF A students are enrolled in Future Teach Ag-Ed academies to ensure the quality of tomorrow’s agriculture-related teachers, qualifying these students for scholarships from Oklahoma State University when they enter the agricultural education program at OSU. FFA students in Lindsay have received state FFA degrees; participate in speech competitions; show animals at the local, county, state and national levels; and compete in numerous career development events. In fact, the local FFA chapter participates in all opportunities afforded by the FFA program. Active in the arts The LHS fine arts program is another outlet for student expression. The art department sends students to art and scholastic competitions throughout the state. The Lindsay Band program has grown by leaps and bounds. As a result of growth and dedication, the Lindsay High School Band was the 2013 Oklahoma Bandmasters Association Class 2A State Champion Marching Band. Each year, individual Lindsay band members try out for and often achieve all-state band status. In addition, vocal students compete in lindsaychamberofcommerce.com

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all regional and state contests and consistently receive high marks.

Success in sports Athletically, Lindsay Schools are known throughout the state for excellence in all sports, each sport having had its successes in recent years: girls’ cross country has qualified for the state meet for the last three years; the football team was a state semi-finalist in 2011, and most recently, were undefeated in the regular season, claiming the 2016 District Championship; the high school girls’ basketball team made an appearance in the state tournament in 2013; high school boys’ basketball claimed the conference title in 2016; competitive cheer competed in the 2014 state competition; boys’ and girls’ track teams routinely compete in the state track meet both as teams and as individuals; softball and baseball teams advance in the playoffs on a regular basis; and boys’ golf competed in the state tourney in 2016. With the passage of a 2015 bond issue, Lindsay athletes will soon be competing in some of the newest and best facilities available to high school athletes in Oklahoma. More importantly, however, Lindsay Schools demand excellence from their athletes in the classroom as well as in the competitive arena. Leop-

ards consider themselves first and foremost scholar-athletes. While no one can predict the future, we know that the Lindsay School System is headed in a positive direction because of the evident successes of its students and the modernization of facilities.

Goals for success The mission statement of Lindsay Public Schools summarizes the district-wide goal for student success: “Empowering all students for success in an ever-changing world.” The present age is a challenging but exciting time to be in education. The administration, staff, and board of education of Lindsay Public Schools are thankful for the opportunities to serve the students of the community and welcome the aid of concerned patrons in the quest for excellence in education here in Lindsay, Oklahoma .

GRIFFITH SPORTS COMPLEX The Lindsay Youth Council was established in 1993, through the efforts of the Chamber of Commerce and president at that time, Bronc Jackson. He and his committee formed the Lindsay Youth Council and spent hundreds of hours making this project a dream come true. The land was purchased and donated by J.K. Griffith. The council is committed to serving the youth of our town and surrounding communities. The six-field complex that consists of two T-ball fields, two softball fields and two baseball fields, hosts slow-pitch softball, fast-pitch softball, T-ball, baseball, co-ed softball, and Lindsay Middle School and High School Softball events. The council is currently working to establish qualifying tournaments as well as other tourna-

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ments throughout the spring and summer. Griffith Park in Lindsay is a great complex built with the vision to be the best in this area. Under the direction of the Youth Council, the park was built and has continued to grow through volunteer work. Many improvements have been made in the last few years, such as shaded picnic tables, shaded bleachers, and the planting of 20 trees to add shade to the park.

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LINDSAY IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS ORGANIZATIONS American Legion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3641 Athletic Boosters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3131 Band Boosters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3131 Boy Scouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3221 Cub Scouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-6091 Elks Lodge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-0591 4 H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3131 FHA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3131 FFA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3131 Girl Scout Organization (all levels). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-4199 Kiwanis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 428-8297 L.E.A.R.N.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405)756-3542 Lindsay Historical Society . . . . . . . (405) 756-6502 Lindsay Roundup Club. . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-7445 Lindsay Youth Council. . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-1819 Lions Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-4461 Masonic Lodge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-8613 Ministerial Alliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2382 Preceptor Gamma Omicrom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2930 Rainbow Girls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3617 Relay For Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-4461 Red Hatters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-1960 Xi Epsilon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 808-5724

EMERGENCY & FREQUENTLY USED NUMBERS Fire Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3232 Police. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-4481 Ambulance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-4321 City Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-4900 Windstream. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (877) 520-5220 ONG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 664-5463 REC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-3104 Utilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2019 Animal Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-4481 City Attorneys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2019 City Court. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2019 Parks & Recreation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2019 Water Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2019 Zip Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 756-2239 Alcohol Information Center . . . . . (800) 888-9383 Birth/Death Certificates. . . . . . . . . (405) 271-4040 Department of Human Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (405) 238-6461 National Child Abuse . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 422-4453 Poison Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 222-1222 Social Security Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 722-1213 Suicide Prevention. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 522-1090 Veterans Benefits & Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 827-1000

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LINDSAY CHURCHES Better Life Community 501 S. Main Calvary Baptist Church 410 W. Chickasaw Church of Christ Hwy. 19 West Church of God Hwy. 76 South

First Baptist Church 401 SW 3rd

Missionary Baptist Church 903 S. Main

Erin Springs Baptist Church 13053 Hwy. 76

First Christian Church 209 SW 4th

Murray Hill Church of Christ 1605 N. 4th

Faith Pentecostal Church of God 813 W. Cherokee

First Freewill Baptist Church 501 S. Main

Pentecostal Lighthouse Church 305 SE 3rd

Fellowship of Living Faith 206 S. Main

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witness 502 SW Apache

First Assembly of God Hwy. 19 West

Living Sanctuary 111 E. Creek

St. Peter Catholic Church 801 SE 2nd United Methodist Church 114 W. Chickasaw

CALENDAR OF EVENTS Board meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month

SEPTEMBER Board Meeting and Planning

JANUARY Board Meeting and Planning

OCTOBER City Wide Garage Sales Halloween Trick or Treat on Main Street Chamber After Hours

FEBRUARY Board Meeting and Planning MARCH Board Meeting and Planning APRIL Board Meeting and Planning Chamber After Hours MAY Teacher Appreciation Day Carnival

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JUNE Founder’s Day Events Rodeo Parade Chamber Cook Off JULY Fireworks AUGUST Board Meeting and Planning

NOVEMBER Ballot to elect new board Preparation for Christmas Joy Store Applications for Christmas Joy Store and Food Baskets DECEMBER Distribution of Christmas Toys and Food Baskets Christmas Parade

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CHAMBER MEMBERS – ALPHABETICAL # 4 K Spooling 716 A Ave. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-7217 Oilfields

A A-1 Answering Service 302 W. Pawnee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3838 Answering Service American Exchange Bank 402 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3101 Banks American Exchange Mortgage Dept. 405 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3787 Mortgage Companies

B B & B Fitness 322 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1177 Fitness B & S Sales & Detailing 109 W Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8953 Auto Sales B G Boydston Funeral Home 308 SW 3rd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2143 Funeral Home Best Western — Lindsay 14114 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3988 Motels Billie Ramsey Lindsay, OK 73052 Honorary Members

Boeckman, Mike O.D. 301 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4414 Optometrists Boom-a-Rang 301 E. Cherokee St., Ste. C Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1123 Restaurants Burford Corporation P.O. Box 748 Maysville, OK 73057 (405) 867-4467 Manufacturing

C Cable Printing 117 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4045 Publications Cadillac Ranch 202 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-5090 Restaurants Calhoun, John D.C. 509 SW 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (310) 266-3955 Chiropractic Canine Corner 314 E. Kiowa St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-6366 Pet Care Cast Iron Cook Shack 503 Williams Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 207-1022 Restaurants Chandler’s Auto & Equipment Repair 205 SE 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8194 Auto Repairs

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CHAMBER MEMBERS – ALPHABETICAL Charlie’s Trucking & Forklift 1004 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4242 Trucking

DeSign It 304 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3635 Printing

Chickasaw Nation P.O. Box 1548 Ada, OK 74821 (580) 332-1458 Indian Nation

Dutton Farm Supply 405 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405)5-7569202 Farm Supplies

City of Lindsay 312 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2019 City Offices

Dutton Rent All 405 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2118 Rentals

Clement’s Agency 106 W. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2253 Insurance

E Edwards, Leah, District Judge 12431 120th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 487-0999 Judges

Cummins & Associates 104 E. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1106 Accountants

D D S Homes P.O. Box 273 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 401-4525 Real Estate

Erin Springs Church of God 14028 E. CR 1518 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8685 Churches

Davis Machine Shop 901 State Hwy. 76 N. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3055 Machine Shops

Erin Springs Superette 13102 N. County Rd. 3029 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8111 Grocery Stores

Deal Wrecker Service 11889 Hwy. 19 W. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4067 Towing Delta Community Action 308 SW 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1100 Community

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Elkins & Hart 308 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4766 Attorneys

F First National Bank 101 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4433 Banks First National Bank & Trust 102 S. Main St.. Alex, OK 73002 (405) 785-2291 Banks

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CHAMBER MEMBERS – ALPHABETICAL Flowers by Jim-N-Jean 215 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4354 Flower Shops

Helen Eubank Lindsay, OK 73052 Honorary Members

G Garvin County District Attorney 201 S. Jones Ave., Ste. 210 Norman, OK 73069 (405) 321-8260 District Attorney Garvin County Farm Bureau 1212 S. Chickasaw St. Pauls Valley, OK 73075 (405) 238-7366 Insurance Garvin County Farm Bureau 104 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2191 Insurance Geffre’s Furniture 208 NW 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3456 Furniture

Great Plains Amusements P.O. Box 556 Rush Springs, OK 73082 (405) 229-4945 Amusements

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Hammer Construction 200 N. Industrial Blvd. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4800 Oilfields

J J & L Insurance 125 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3699 Insurance Jacobson, LA Inc. P.O. Box 30 Pauls Valley, OK 73075 (405) 238-9313 Concrete Jake’s Short Stop 206 E. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8249 Convenient Stores Jones, R & M LLC 700 Lola Ave. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2365 Individuals

Gordon White Lumber 302 E. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2035 Lumber

Hall Transportation 501 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3554 Oilfields

Hines Location Lighting 420 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-9993 Oilfields

Jonetta Hinkle Lindsay, OK 73052 Honorary Members

K KBLP Radio 204 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4438 Radio Stations Kendall, Steven, District Judge 123 S. Pecan St. Pauls Valley, OK 73075 (405) 207-6609 Judges Kermit & Frankie Minton Lindsay, OK 73052 Honorary Members

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CHAMBER MEMBERS – ALPHABETICAL L Legacy Roofing & Construction, LLC 12232 Sycamore Ct. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8855 Roofing Lindsay Auto & Truck Supply 101 NE 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4351 Auto Supplies Lindsay Family Dentistry 102 SW 7th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4093 Dentists Lindsay Historical Society P.O. Box 282 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2121 Historical Lindsay Medical Plaza 409 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1240 Physicians Lindsay Municipal Hospital 1305 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1404 Hospital Lindsay Public Works Authority 312 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2019 City Offices

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Love’s Country Stores 502 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4826 Convenient Stores

M Major Paint & Construction, LLC 20213 N. Pvt. Dr. 3015 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3130 Construction McDonald’s of Lindsay 401 Linwood Plz. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8853 Restaurants Mid America Technology 27438 State Hwy. 59 Wayne, OK 73095 (405) 449-3391 Schools

N National Oilwell 1215 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4381 Oilfields Newfield Exploration Mid Continent, Inc. 164760 N. 3030 RD Foster, OK 73434 (580) 432-5389 Oilfields

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Lindsay Tire & Lube 1202 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1777 Auto Repairs

Okie Cleaners 206 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-6486 Cleaners

Lindsay Veterinary Hospital 806 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2929 Veterinarian

OneOk, Inc. 15006 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2634 Oilfields

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CHAMBER MEMBERS – ALPHABETICAL P Paradise Port 309 E. Ponca St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1153 Liquor Stores Physical Therapy Central of Lindsay 301 E. Cherokee St., Ste. B Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4303 Physical Therapy PioneerTelephone 118 E. Robberts Ave. Kingfisher, OK 73750 (405) 375-4111 Telephone

The Silver Orchid 303 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2362 Gift Shop Somers Insurance 112 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3116 Insurance Sonic Drive-In 508 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3352 Restaurants South Central Medical & Resource Center 216 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1414 Medical

Pizza Hut 1204 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-9546 Restaurants

R Rinehart, Homer Company, LLC 15914 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2785 Oilfields Rural Electric Coop 13942 Hwy. 76 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3104 Electric Company

S S & H Tank Trucks 103 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2269 Trucking Sara Simonton Landscape Arch. 12340 Sycamore Ct. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-7944 Landscaping

State Farm Insurance 105 E. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3263 Insurance Suddenlink 916 S. 4th St. Chickasha, OK 73018 (405) 574-4726 Telephone Sunshine Suds 107 SW 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-0237 Laundromats Super C Mart 212 SE 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2602 Grocery Stores Super Flow Testers, Inc. 400 Industrial Heights Blvd. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8795 Oilfields

Shopper News Note 318 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3169 Publications lindsaychamberofcommerce.com

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CHAMBER MEMBERS – ALPHABETICAL T T & T Forklift 115 George Brown Ave. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3451 Oilfields

Washita Valley Apartments 1303 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2849 Apartments Waste Connections of Oklahoma 40625 S. Rockwell Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73179 (405) 246-6573 Sanitation

Tabors Pharmacy 225 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4511 Pharmacies Town Square Publications, LLC 155 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 427-4905 Publishers Trend Travel Stop 1000 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4326 Motels

U United Methodist Church 114 W. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2382 Churches

V Venture Pipe & Supply 14198 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4807 Oilfields

Webb Oil Company 808 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2331 Oilfields Williams Family Chiropractic 110 W. Choctaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3182 Chiropractor Wilson Air Conditioning 510 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3353 Heat & Air Services Windstream Accounts Corporate 109 W. Choctaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2070 Phone Wright Cut 305 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2274 Beauticians

Vickers Construction 1102 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4386 Oilfields

W Wal-Mart, Inc. 401 Linwood Plz. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-9535 Department Stores

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY ACCOUNTANTS

BANKS

Cummins & Associates 104 E. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1106

American Exchange Bank 402 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3101

AMUSEMENTS

See our ad on page 3

Great Plains Amusements P.O. Box 556 Rush Springs, OK 73082 (405) 229-4945

First National Bank 101 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4433

ANSWERING SERVICE A-1 Answering Service 302 W. Pawnee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3838

APARTMENTS Washita Valley Apartments 1303 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2849

ATTORNEYS Elkins & Hart 308 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4766

AUTO REPAIRS Chandler’s Auto & Equipment Repair 205 SE 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8194 Lindsay Tire & Lube 1202 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1777

AUTO SALES B & S Sales & Detailing 109 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8953

AUTO SUPPLIES Lindsay Auto & Truck Supply 101 NE 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4351

See our ad on page 36 First National Bank & Trust 102 S. Main St.. Alex, OK 73002 (405) 785-2291

See our ad on page 26 BEAUTICIANS Wright Cut 305 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2274

CHIROPRACTIC Calhoun, John D.C. 509 SW 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (310) 266-3955

CHIROPRACTOR Williams Family Chiropractic 110 W. Choctaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3182

See our ad on page 33 CHURCHES

Erin Springs Church of God 14028 E. CR 1518 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8685 United Methodist Church 114 W. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2382

See our ad on page 33

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY CITY OFFICES

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

City of Lindsay 312 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2019

Garvin County District Attorney 201 S. Jones Ave., Ste. 210 Norman, OK 73069 (405) 321-8260

See our ad on page 25 CLEANERS Okie Cleaners 206 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-6486

COMMUNITY Delta Community Action 308 SW 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1100

Lindsay Public Works Authority 312 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2019

See our ad on page 25 Rural Electric Coop 13942 Hwy. 76 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3104

See our ad on page 31

CONCRETE

FARM SUPPLIES

Jacobson, LA Inc. P.O. Box 30 Pauls Valley, OK 73075 (405) 238-9313

Dutton Farm Supply 405 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405)5-7569202

CONSTRUCTION Major Paint & Construction, LLC 20213 N. Pvt. Dr. 3015 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3130

CONVENIENT STORES Jake’s Short Stop 206 E. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8249 Love’s Country Stores 502 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4826

DENTISTS Lindsay Family Dentistry 102 SW 7th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4093

DEPARTMENT STORES Wal-Mart, Inc. 401 Linwood Plz. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-9535

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ELECTRIC COMPANY

See our ad on page 33 FITNESS B & B Fitness 322 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1177

FLOWER SHOPS Flowers by Jim-N-Jean 215 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4354

See our ad on page 27 FUNERAL HOME B G Boydston Funeral Home 308 SW 3rd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2143

See our ad on page 29 FURNITURE Geffre’s Furniture 208 NW 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3456

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City of Lindsay 312 South Main Lindsay, OK 73052

405-756-2019 www.cityoflindsay.com lindsaychamberofcommerce.com

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY GIFT SHOP

HISTORICAL

The Silver Orchid 303 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2362

Lindsay Historical Society P.O. Box 282 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2121

See our ad on page 27 GROCERY STORES Erin Springs Superette 13102 N. County Rd. 3029 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8111 Super C Mart 212 SE 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2602

Billie Ramsey Lindsay, OK 73052 Helen Eubank Lindsay, OK 73052 Jonetta Hinkle Lindsay, OK 73052 Kermit & Frankie Minton Lindsay, OK 73052

See our ad on page 30

HOSPITAL

HEAT & AIR SERVICES

Lindsay Municipal Hospital 1305 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1404

Wilson Air Conditioning 510 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3353

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See our ad on page 2

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY HOTELS Best Western — Lindsay 14114 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3988

Garvin County Farm Bureau 1212 S. Chickasaw St. Pauls Valley, OK 73075 (405) 238-7366

INDIAN NATION

Garvin County Farm Bureau 104 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2191

Chickasaw Nation P.O. Box 1548 Ada, OK 74821 (580) 332-1458

J & L Insurance 125 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3699

See our ad on page 7

See our ad on page 35 INDIVIDUALS Jones, R & M LLC 700 Lola Ave. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2365

INSURANCE Clement’s Agency 106 W. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2253

Somers Insurance 112 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3116

See our ad on page 29 State Farm Insurance 105 E. Chickasaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3263

See our ad on page 28

See our ad on page 29 Danny & Eileen Simonton (405) 756-2362

Serving Lindsay for over 30 Years!

The Silver Orchid

Unique Gifts, Home Decor, Infant Wear and Antiques 303 W. Cherokee Street Lindsay, OK 73052 silverorchid@windstream.net

“Sunshine" Suds Laundromat

Flowers for every occasion! Fresh Flowers • Potted Plants Gifts • Balloons & Balloon Bouquets

By Scotty & Ronda Sanders

• Self-Service • Wash and Fold Available • Pressing • Large Capacity Washers Open 7 Days a Week

Jean Price 405-756-4354 1-800-947-7183

107 SW 2ND | Lindsay, OK

405-756-2850

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY JUDGES

LIQUOR STORES

Edwards, Leah, District Judge 12431 120th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 487-0999

Paradise Port 309 E. Ponca St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1153

Kendall, Steven, District Judge 123 S. Pecan St. Pauls Valley, OK 73075 (405) 207-6609

LUMBER

LANDSCAPING Sara Simonton Landscape Architect 12340 Sycamore Ct. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-7944

LAUNDROMATS Sunshine Suds 107 SW 2nd St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-0237

See our ad on page 27

Gordon White Lumber 302 E. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2035

MACHINE SHOPS Davis Machine Shop 901 State Hwy. 76 N. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3055

MANUFACTURING Burford Corporation P.O. Box 748 Maysville, OK 73057 (405) 867-4467

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY MEDICAL South Central Medical & Resource Center 216 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1414

MORTGAGE COMPANIES American Exchange Mortgage Dept. 405 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3787

Hall Transportation 501 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3554 Hammer Construction 200 N. Industrial Blvd. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4800

MOTELS

Hines Location Lighting 420 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-9993

Trend Travel Stop 1000 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4326

National Oilwell 1215 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4381

OILFIELDS

Newfield Exploration Mid Continent, Inc. 164760 N. 3030 RD Foster, OK 73434 (580) 432-5389

4 K Spooling 716 A Ave. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-7217

OneOk, Inc. 15006 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2634

BOYDSTON FUNERAL HOME Owners: Scott & Angel Wilbourn 308 SW 3rd Lindsay, OK 73052

405.756.2143

www.boydstonfuneralhome.com

Clements Insurance Agency American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual Insurance Co. Over 100 Years of Dependable Service

clementsllc@yahoo.com

405-756-2253 • Fax 405-756-8101 Beth Taylor - CSR Keith Miller - Agent Cell: 405-238-0788

109 W. Chickasaw P.O. Box 308 Lindsay, OK 73052

PERSONAL & COMMERCIAL INSURANCE & CONTRACT BONDS

Oilfield & Construction Insurance FOR OVER 60 YEARS

• Site Construction • Lease Operators • Truckers • Welders

• Pumpers-Pipeline • Well Service • Roustabouts • Workers’ Compensation

SERVICE IS JOB ONE®

DANIEL SOMERS - Agent -

405-756-3116 800-290-1438 112 S. Main • LINDSAY P.O. Box 788 Lindsay, OK lindsaychamberofcommerce.com

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY Rinehart, Homer Company, LLC 15914 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2785

Webb Oil Company 808 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2331

Super Flow Testers, Inc. 400 Industrial Heights Blvd. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8795

OPTOMETRISTS

T & T Forklift 115 George Brown Ave. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3451 Venture Pipe & Supply 14198 Hwy. 19 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4807

See our ad on page 32 Vickers Construction 1102 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4386

Boeckman, Mike O.D. 301 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4414

PET CARE Canine Corner 314 E. Kiowa St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-6366

PHARMACIES Tabors Pharmacy 225 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4511

See our ad on page 34

Back to Work | Back to Play Back to Life (405) 756-4303 • Fax (405) 756-2324 301 E. Cherokee, Suite B, Lindsay, OK 73052

www.ptcentral.org

GROCERY STORE Hours: Mon-Sat 7:30 am - 8 pm Sun 8 am - 8 pm

405-756-2602

Team Uniforms • T-Shirts & Caps Embroidery • Screen Printing • Graphic Artist

www.supercmart.com

designit@valornet.com 304 S Main St, Lindsay, OK 73052

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY PHONE

PUBLICATIONS

Windstream Accounts Corporate 109 W. Choctaw St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2070

Cable Printing 117 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4045

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Shopper News Note 318 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3169

Physical Therapy Central of Lindsay 301 E. Cherokee St., Ste. B Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4303

See our ad on page 30 PHYSICIANS Lindsay Medical Plaza 409 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1240

PRINTING DeSign It 304 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3635

See our ad on page 30

PUBLISHERS Town Square Publications, LLC 155 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 427-4905

RADIO STATIONS KBLP Radio 204 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4438

REAL ESTATE D S Homes P.O. Box 273 Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 401-4525

Rural Electric Cooperative Enhancing our members’ quality of life in Garvin, Grady, McClain, Stephens, Carter and Comanche counties since 1938 www.recok.coop 800•259•3504 or 855•399•2683

Join us for any meal of the day! (405) 756-3362 www.sonicdrivein.com lindsaychamberofcommerce.com

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CHAMBER MEMBERS BY CATEGORY RENTALS

ROOFING

Dutton Rent All 405 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2118

Legacy Roofing & Construction, LLC 12232 Sycamore Ct. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8855

See our ad on page 33

SANITATION

RESTAURANTS

Waste Connections of Oklahoma 40625 S. Rockwell Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73179 (405) 246-6573

Boom-a-Rang 301 E. Cherokee St., Ste. C Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-1123

SCHOOLS

See our ad on page 34

Mid America Technology 27438 State Hwy. 59 Wayne, OK 73095 (405) 449-3391

Cadillac Ranch 202 S. Main St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-5090

TELEPHONE

Cast Iron Cook Shack 503 Williams Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 207-1022

PioneerTelephone 118 E. Robberts Ave. Kingfisher, OK 73750 (405) 375-4111

McDonald’s of Lindsay 401 Linwood Plz. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-8853

TOWING Deal Wrecker Service 11889 Hwy. 19 W. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4067

Pizza Hut 1204 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-9546

TRUCKING Charlie’s Trucking & Forklift 1004 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-4242

Sonic Drive-In 508 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-3352

S & H Tank Trucks 103 W. Cherokee St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2269

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TV PROVIDER Suddenlink 916 S. 4th St. Chickasha, OK 73018 (405) 574-4726 Since 1989

RATLIFF CITY • LINDSAY EL RENO • MADILL Lindsay Ratliff City Office: 405-756-4807 Office: 580-856-3343 Fax: 405-756-1523 Office: 800-753-1581 Fax: 580-856-3975 www.venturepipe.net

VETERINARIAN Lindsay Veterinary Hospital 806 SE 4th St. Lindsay, OK 73052 (405) 756-2929

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Dutton Farm and Supply 405 SE 4th Lindsay, OK, 73052 Echo Martindale Feed Mill (MFM) Cargill Feeds Red Wing Boots

405-756-9202

Fencing Supplies

Lindsay United Methodist Church 9:45 am Sunday School 10:55 am Worship Celebration 11:00 am Live Broadcast on KPLP 105.1 and www.lindsayumc.com 6:00 pm Youth Fellowship

114 W. Chickasaw, Lindsay, OK 73052

405.756.2382

Dr. R. Tray Williams, D.C.

110 W. Choctaw, Lindsay, OK 73052

405.756.3182 Fax 405.756.3183

www.williamsfamilychirorehab.com

Plumbing Supplies

DUTTON RENT-ALL, INC.

Construction Equipment & Supplies Carl & Cathy Dutton Ryan Taylor Dillon Taylor HWY. 76 S. LINDSAY, OKLA.

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ADVERTISER INDEX American Exchange Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Lindsay Public Works Authority . . . . . . . . . . .25

Boydston Funeral Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

Physical Therapy Central . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

Best Western — Lindsay Inn & Suites . . . . . . . 7

Rural Electric Cooperative . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31

Boom-a-Rang Diner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

The Silver Orchid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Chickasaw Nation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35

Somers Insurance Agency, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . .29

City of Lindsay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25

Sonic Drive-In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31

Clement’s Insurance Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

State Farm Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28

DeSign-It Screen Printing & Embroidery . . . . . 30

Sunshine Suds Laundromat . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

Dutton Farm and Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33

Super C Mart Grocery Store . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

Dutton Rent-All, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33

United Methodist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33

First National Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36

Venture Pipe & Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

First National Bank & Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Vickers Construction, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34

Flowers by Jim-N-Jean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

Williams Family Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . .33

Lindsay Municipal Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

• Dozers • Rock Trucks • Trackhoes • Motor Graders • Scrapers • Backhoes • Roustabouts • Commercial Excavation • Pipeline Steve Vickers PO Box 249, Lindsay, OK 73052 24 Hour Service (405) 756-4386 www.vickersconstruction.com 34

Breakfast Served All Day Call ahead and we’ll have it ready.

405-756-1123 301 E. Cherokee, Suite C Lindsay, OK 73052

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A FULL SERVICE BANK

Serving This Area Since 1902

(405) 756-4433 Jack L. Justice, Chairman of the Board Danny Seibel, President/CEO Clint Simonton, Vice President Hours: Monday – Thursday (Lobby): 9am – 3pm Monday – Thursday (Drive-Thru): 7:30am – 5pm Friday (Lobby): 9am – 3pm & 4pm – 5:30pm Friday (Drive-Thru): 7:30am-3pm & 4pm – 5:30pm Saturday (Drive-Thru): 9am – Noon

www.fnblindsay.com P.O. Box 278 • Lindsay, OK 73052 • 101 S. Main

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