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Tiffany Adkins 2013 HHS Football Queen
Holdenville TRIBUNE
VOLUME 13, NUMBER 42 HUGHES COUNTY, OKLAHOMA 1 SECTION 50¢ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
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CAROLYN HAYES
On November 17,
1950, pretty Linda Hollis was crowned football queen for 19501951 by Captain Toby
Townsend.
Her attendants were
Carolyn Hayes and Pat
Holliday. Carolyn was
attired in a strapless
blue net formal and Pat
wore a champagne net
formal. Linda wore a
beautiful white net formal with rhinestones
sprinkled in the skirt
LINDA HOLLIS
and stole.
The queen and her attendants were escorted onto
the field where Linda was
crowned in a huge picture
frame while the Band and
Pep Club made a border.
The Band played Mona
Lisa during the ceremony.
Pat and Carolyn were
escorted by James Turpin
and Dale Lawyer respectively.
The flower girl was Linda Jackson and the crown
bearer was Mark Hollis.
PAT HOLLIDAY
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procedure is performed by people whose hobbies include pithing frogs with letter openers.
TRACTION: Various limbs are attached to weights and pulleys until you confess to being a witch
or a heretic.
CRYOTHERAPY. Ice is applied to painful areas, causing skin to become painfully cold, thereby
drawing attention away from Actual Pain.
HYDROTHERAPY: This is the medical term for a nice hot bath. But they can’t call it that because
they can’t charge you 4175 for a nice hot bath. Since it often feels good (a violation of hospital
policy), hydrotherapy is often coupled with freezing room temperatures.
WOUND IRRIGATION AND DRESSING CHANGES. Wounds and incisions are cleaned with
substances that torture bacteria to death. Unfortunately, bacteria are very tiny, so they’ll have to get
this substance on you as well.
This will be done with the same gentle delicacy employed in tile-grout removal.
—CC—
Those of us that have had a colonoscopy can appreciate the
Quote of the Week . . . “The only group of people who seem to have discovered the secret of long
following, written by Dave Barry . . .
I called my friend Andy Sable, a gastroenterologist, to make an life are rich relatives.”
appointment for a colonoscopy. A few days later, in his office,
Andy showed me a color diagram of the colon, a lengthy organ
that appears to go all over the place, at one point passing briefly
through Minneapolis . . . Then Andy explained the colonoscopy
procedure to me in a thorough, reassuring and patient manner.
I nodded thoughtfully, but I didn’t really hear anything he said,
because my brain was shrieking, ‘HE’S GOING TO STICK A
TUBE 17,000 FEET UP YOUR BEHIND!’
I left Andy’s office with some written instructions, and a
prescription for a product called ‘MoviPrep,’ which comes in a box
large enough to hold a microwave oven. I will discuss MoviPrep
in detail later; for now suffice it to say that we must never allow it
to fall into the hands of America ‘s enemies.
I spent the next several days productively sitting around being
nervous. Then, on the day before my colonoscopy, I began my
preparation. In accordance with my instructions, I didn’t eat any
solid food that day; all I had was chicken broth, which is basically
water, only with less flavor.
Then, in the evening, I took the MoviPrep. You mix two packets
of powder together in a one-liter plastic jug, then you fill it with
lukewarm water. (For those unfamiliar with the metric system, a
liter is about 32 gallons). Then you have to drink the whole jug.
This takes about an hour, because MoviPrep tastes - and here I am
being kind - like a mixture of goat spit and urinal cleanser, with
just a hint of lemon.
The instructions for MoviPrep, clearly written by somebody
with a great sense of humor, state that after you drink it, ‘a loose,
watery bowel movement may result.’ This is kind of like saying
that after you jump off your roof, you may experience contact with
Save Big on these
the ground.
in stock items
MoviPrep is a nuclear laxative. I don’t want to be too graphic here,
but have you ever seen a space-shuttle launch? This is pretty much
the MoviPrep experience, with you as the shuttle. There are times
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when you wish the commode had a seat belt. You spend several
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hours pretty much confined to the bathroom, spurting violently.
You eliminate everything. And then, when you figure you must
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which point, as far as I can tell, your bowels travel into the future
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and start eliminating food that you have not even eaten yet.
After an action-packed evening, I finally got to sleep. The next
morning my wife drove me to the clinic. I was very nervous. Not
only was I worried about the procedure, but I had been experiencing
occasional return bouts of MoviPrep spurtage. I was thinking,
‘What if I spurt on Andy?’ How do you apologize to a friend for
something like that? Flowers would not be enough.
At the clinic I had to sign many forms acknowledging that I
understood and totally agreed with whatever the heck the forms
said. Then they led me to a room full of other colonoscopy people,
where I went inside a little curtained space and took off my clothes
and put on one of those hospital garments designed by sadist
perverts, the kind that, when you put it on, makes you feel even
more naked than when you are actually naked.
Then a nurse named Eddie put a little needle in a vein in my
left hand. Ordinarily I would have fainted, but Eddie was very
good, and I was already lying down. Eddie also told me that some
people put vodka in their MoviPrep. At first I was ticked off that
I hadn’t thought of this, but then I pondered what would happen if
you got yourself too tipsy to make it to the bathroom, so you were
staggering around in full Fire Hose Mode. You would have no
choice but to burn your house.
When everything was ready, Eddie wheeled me into the
procedure room, where Andy was waiting with a nurse and an
anesthesiologist. I did not see the 17,000-foot tube, but I knew
Andy had it hidden around there somewhere…I was seriously
nervous at this point.
Andy had me roll over on my left side, and the anesthesiologist
began hooking something up to the needle in my hand. There
was music playing in the room, and I realized that the song was
‘Dancing Queen’ by ABBA. I remarked to Andy that, of all the
songs that could be playing during this particular procedure,
‘Dancing Queen’ had to be the least appropriate.
‘You want me to turn it up?’ said Andy, from somewhere behind
me. ‘Ha ha,’ I said. And then it was time, the moment I had been
dreading for more than a decade. If you are squeamish, prepare
yourself, because I am going to tell you, in explicit detail, exactly
what it was like.
I have no idea. Really. I slept through it. One moment, ABBA
was yelling ‘Dancing Queen, feel the beat of the tambourine,’ and
the next moment, I was back in the other room, waking up in a
very mellow mood. Andy was looking down at me and asking me
how I felt. I felt excellent. I felt even more excellent when Andy
told me that IT was all over, and that my colon had passed with
flying colors. I have never been prouder of an internal organ.
—CC—
Kathryn Hamner shares a few other “experiences.”
A Sampling of Other Common Procedures
INJECTIONS: A medication is shot into your body by means of
a needle jabbed into a vein or muscle. The technique is similar to
Native American spear fishing or Haitian voodoo, depending upon
the skill of the nurse.
The idea for this came from a now-extinct civilization whose
members are believed to have all bled to death.
INTRAVENOUS TUBES (IVs): Turkey-trussing needles
attached to refrigerator tubing are thrust into nerve-rich areas,
such as the top of the hand, and left for extended periods. This
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The Year Was 1951
MANY CONTESTS ENTERTAIN ARKANSAS DAY VISITORS
An event packed Saturday entertained visitors of Holdenville’s 11th
annual Arkansas Day celebration
with approximately 20 contests and
events ranging from a hog calling
contest and a terrapin derby to a
speech by Gov. Johnston Murray.
Local residents who went all out
to make the celebration one of the
largest and most successful rolled
out the welcome mat bright and
early Saturday morning to start the
registration of all Arkansawyers at
the Civic Center. Approximately
200 Arkansawyers registered from
almost every county, with Yell
county having the largest percentage.
First contest were held at the fair
ground, which included a greasy
pig contest, hog calling contest and
old fiddlers’ contest.
Mrs. Pearl Thomas, Holdenville,
took top honors in the hog calling
contest, with Mrs. Lilly Clopton,
Holdenville, placing second and
Mrs. Bob Fisher, Wetumka, winning the third place prize.
Glen Campbell, Calvin, proved
the genius when it came to catching
the greased pig and after a merry
chase finally captured the pig and
his first prize—the greased porker.
The old fiddler’s contest proved
to be quite entertaining as Frank
“Fiddler” Johnson, city, took top
honores with Charles Wontganer,
Wetumka, placing second in the
contest.
Merl Lindsay and his Oklahoma
Nightriders, a western swing band,
provided the entertainment during
the lunch hour and held their daily
broadcast over WKY.
At a special introduction of the
guests attending Arkansas Day,
Gov. Johnston Murray gave a short
speech.
“It is a great pleasure for me to be
here for this annual celebration in
which you honor the state that was
instrumental in the settling of our
state and the settlers who through
their toil and hardships helped to
form this great state,” the governor
said.
At exactly 2:30 the grand parade,
highlight of the Arkansas Day activities, started rolling, presenting
to the visitors one of the best processions in the celebration’s history.
Approximately 25 colorful floats
and entries were displayed, with the
Beta Sigma Phi sorority taking first
place honors. The Kiwanis club
float placed second with the Lions
club taking third place honors.
Arkansas Day for Mr. and Mrs.
John Cooper, was in the words of
Mrs. Cooper, “Just wonderful!”
And perhaps the fact that this
county pioneer couple celebrated
their 65th wedding anniversary on
Saturday had a lot to do with it.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper were married in Western Grove, Arkansas, on
September 5, 1886. But this year
the two, lively yet for their years,
decided to wait until Arkansas Day
to celebrate the occasion.
Around the turn of the century
the couple, then in their early thirties, along with ten of their twelve
children, hit the trail for Indian Territory in a covered wagon. They
first settled in what is now Durant,
moving later to Duncan.
In 1907, the Coopers moved to
the Atwood community where they
made their home up until moving
to Holdenville in 1943.
Seven sons and five daughters
were born to the Coopers, and nine
of the twelve are still living.
They are: Jim and Tom, Mercedes, CA; Mrs. Bessie Ward, Wewoka; Horace, Drumright; Jeannette Emerson, Holdenville; Arch,
Casada, Kansas; Garrett, Holdenville; Dave, Tulare, CA; and Mrs.
Hazel Angeley, Bellflower, CA.
Mrs. Cooper is now 82 years old
and her husband is 84.
AMATEUR SHOW IS HIGHLIGHT
The amateur contest appearing
for the first time among the events
of the Arkansas Day celebration
proved to be one of the highlighs
with talent ranging from a mandolin and guitar duet by John and
Tommy McRay to a clown dance
by Doris Burkett and Betty Parks,
and solos on guitar, piano and
voice. Winner of the contest was
little Miss Mary Sue Fleer, Seminole, who played an accordion
solo. Jaylene Walker, Snomac,
took second prize with an accordion
solo, with the Tri-City Accordion
Ramblers placing third.
Winners in the terrapin derby
were Ben Leemin, first place; Ed
Leewright, second place and Bill
French, copped third place honors.
Bob Slavin, local high school
teacher, won the title and cash for
growing the best beard in the contest to advertise the annual celebration.
Completing the day’s activities
was a special show at the rodeo arena given by the Holdenville Roundup club, which included match
roping, jackpot roping and bronc
riding, and then later the free square
dance held at the Civic Center.
Numerous Arkansawyers attended the square dance and commented
that this was among the most enjoyable Arkansas Day celebrations that
they had attended.
CENTRAL SCHOOL NEWS
by Kathryn Johnston and George
Kernek
FIRST GRADE:
Pupils in the first grade room of
Mrs. Reed Rushing are: Sharon
Coffey, Janet Coran, William Deel,
Jimmy Foster, Billy Guinn, Rodney
Paul Hamer, Colin Howell, Dale
Jenkins Jr., Gale Jones, Judy Jones,
Karen Jo Julian, Edwin Maloy, Susan Schroeder Ronnie Slavin, Rickie Thompson, Larry Turner, Mike
Wilkerson, Barbara Williams and
Erick Wren.
SECOND GRADE
We have twenty-eight pupils enrolled in our room.
We had two new pupils to enter
this week. They are Julia Provost
from Tahlequah and Bobby Jones
from Wewoka. We are very glad to
have them. We hope they will like
our school.
We saw two films at school Friday. They were entitled “A Day at
the Fair,” and “Rhythm Is Everywhere.”
We also saw three films strips
and the titles were “Health and
Safety,” “Elephants,” and “Counting by Tens to Eighty.”
THIRD GRADE
Betty Lou Dickinson plans to
spend the weekend in Fort Smith,
AR, visiting her mother.
Ronnie Roach is a new pupil in
the Holdenville schools. We are
happy to have Ronnie in our room.
The following pupils made 100
in spelling this week: Betty Lou
Dickinson, Jane Brame, Dana
Hyde, Saundra McBryde, Mary McCourry, Martha McCourry, Necia
Turner, Kenneth Chesnutt, Homer
Cox, Joe Davenport, Rickie Hurley,
Jack Hughey, Leon Prince, Ronnie
Roach and Angus Woodford.
We are enjoying having our music with the other third grade. Miss
Elliston is our music teacher.
We are learning to play soft ball.
Mary and Martha McCourry were
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
OF HUGHES COUNTY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Case No. FB-2013-16
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPROVAL OF OIL AND GAS LEASE BY
RESTRICTED INDIAN HEIRS OF LOUIS JOHNSON, FULL BLOOD CREEK
INDIAN, ROLL NO. 6858, DECEASED.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR APPROVAL OF OIL AND GAS
LEASES
Notice is hereby given that on the 23rd day of September, 2013, the heirs
of Louis Johnson, Full Blood Creek Indian Roll No. 6858, being not less than
one-half degree Indian blood of the Five Civilized Tribes, filed their verified
petition herein praying for the approval of their executed Oil and Gas Leases
for a term of three years and as long thereafter as oil, gas and other minerals
are produced in paying quantities, upon all her right, title and interest in and to
the oil, gas and other minerals and mineral rights in, to and under the following
described lands, said lands being a portion of the allotment of Louis Johnson,
Full Blood Creek Indian Roll No. 6858, deceased, to-wit:
Lot One (1) a/d/a Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NE/4 NE/4),
South Half of the Northeast Quarter (S/2 NE/4), and Lot Two (2) a/d/a Northwest
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NW/4 NE/4) of Section Two (2), Township
Six (6) North, Range Ten (10) East, containing eighty (80) acres, more or less
to Reagan Smith Energy Solutions, Inc. for a cash bonus consideration
of $250.00 per acre, paid-up, which Lease provides for a 3/16th royalty for
Petitioner’s interest and a three year term, and said Petition has been set
for hearing on the 14th day of November, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. in the District
Courtroom of the Hughes County Courthouse, Holdenville, Oklahoma, at which
time and place competitive bidding will be had thereon in open court and the
Oil and Gas Lease, as above described, will be approved in the above named
lessee, or in the name of the person paying the highest and best cash sum
therefore, plus attorney fees and court costs.
Dated this 23rd day of September, 2013.
B. GORDON ALLEN
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
Jennifer E. Krieg, OBA #21009
ST. JOHN, GRIFFIN, & KRIEG, P.L.L.C.
1219 Classen Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
(405) 242-2700/FAX (405) 600-3400
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Service Thursday for Shirley Brittain
Shirley June Brittain Weaver went to be
Brittain, Dan Brittain, Darryl ‘John’ Brittain,
with the Lord on Sunday, September 22, 2013,
and Willard Brittain; two sisters, Willie Smith
at the age of 70 years.
and Joyce Carl; her nephew, Danny Weaver.
Shirley was the daughter of Wiley & Ona
She is survived by her children: Billy &
Mae (Edwards) Brittain, born on March 22,
Tonja Weaver of Holdenville, Johnny & Sherry
1943, in Holdenville, Oklahoma. She was
Weaver of Gordonville, Texas, and Brenda
brought up and attended schools in Holdenville,
Nichols of Holdenville; eight grandchildren:
and graduated Holdenville High School in
Dallas Weaver, Dakota Weaver, Michael
1961.
Nichols, Monica Nichols, Trevor
ALL YELLOW PANTONE
She was married to Jake
Keefer, Jacob Weaver, Ben
Grant Weaver Jr. on April 8,
O’Neal, and Renae O’Neal;
1963. They were parents of
ten great grandchildren: Sadie
three children: Billy Grant
Weaver, Quentin Goforth,
Weaver, Brenda Gail Weaver,
Allyson Goforth, Tyler Clark,
and Johnny Dale Weaver.
Bradyn
Nichols,
Lauren
Shirley was a member of
Allen, Coby Brown, Brandon
Penn West Baptist Church. She
O’Neal, Olivia O’Neal, and
loved going anywhere on bus
Evan O’Neal; two sisters and
tours, particularly to Branson,
brothers-in-law, Billie & Bob
Missouri. She worked many
Fitzgerald and Sue & Charles
years at Seamprufe, Custom
Moore, and two brothers and
Size, and Lillian Russell, and
sisters-in-law, Bobby & Loretta
at various other occupations
Brittain and Eldon & Lorrie
throughout her lifetime, but
Brittain, all of Holdenville;
the one she loved most was being a caretaker,
nieces and nephews, other relatives, and many
and she spent many years as a home health
friends.
provider.
Funeral services will be Thursday,
Shirley loved life. Nothing ever got her
September 26, 2013, 2:00 p.m. at Penn West
down. She rooted for the underdog. She loved
Baptist Church, and Shirley will be laid to rest
unconditionally. Her children and grandchildren
in the Yeager Cemetery. Rev. Dane Robinson
were her life. She was always the same whether
is the officiating minister. Pallbearers are Bo
she had a dime or a thousand, and if you needed
Babb, Jack Siegrist, Danny Moore, Barney
it, it was yours.
Brittain, Brian Jackson, and Steve Weaver.
She is preceded in death by her parents,
Honorary pallbearers are Michael Nichols,
Wiley & Ona Mae Brittain; her husband,
Dakota Weaver, Jacob Weaver, Trevor Keefer,
Jake Grant Weaver Jr.; four brothers: Harold
Ben O’Neal, and Cash Nickell.
Service Held for Betty Ann Schmitz
Betty Ann Schmitz passed away on
Thursday, September 19,
2013 at the Holdenville
General Hospital. She was
born on July 20, 1945 to Floyd
and Ada (Hoges) Conley in
New Port, Arkansas.
Betty
liked
fishing,
camping and singing. She
sang with the Messengers
Gospel Group for many
years. She was also given
the opportunity to sing as a
back-up singer for artist like
Charlie Pride, Buck Owens
and Roy Clark, and was a
back-up singer throughout the 1970’s.
Betty is preceded in death by her parents,
Floyd and Ada (Hoges) Conley, and a
grandson, Chris Hillbolt.
She is survived by her husband, Dale
Schmitz; her children, Sherry Hillbolt of
Holdenville and Warren Dean
Hillbolt of Colorado Springs,
Colorado; her brother, Bill
Conley of Cement, Oklahoma;
and sisters, Patricia Jacquez
of Aztec, New Mexico,
Mary Williams of Cement,
Oklahoma, and Wanda Lopez
of Farmington, New Mexico.
Funeral
services
for
Betty were held 2:00 PM
Monday, September 23rd, at
the Hudson-Phillips Funeral
Home Chapel in Holdenville,
Oklahoma with Pastor Rick
Madron officiating. Interment was at the
Holdenville Cemetery in Holdenville,
Oklahoma.
Funeral services were under the direction
of Hudson-Phillips Funeral Home in
Holdenville, Oklahoma.
Service Thursday for Eugene Ward
Charles Eugene Ward, 74, of Sasakwa passed away Saturday, September 21, 2013, in Oklahoma City.
He was born August 19, 1939, in Sasakwa to the late Charlie Leroy Ward and Ida Lee Crosby Ward. He
married Lisa Jones October 24, 1987.
Eugene attended Sasakwa public schools and was a self-employed cattle buyer. He raised cattle and racing
horses. He worked for Steve’s and Johnson Oil Co. as a pumper.
Preceding Eugene in death are his parents and half brother, Troy Ward.
Survivors include his wife, Lisa, of the home; two daughters, Sophia Watters and husband, Jeff, of
Saskawa, and Sally Tarver and husband, David, of Konawa; son Shawn Ward and wife, Ladonna, of Council
Hill; granddaughters Heather and husband, Justin Clifford, of Allen, Holly and husband, John Goodson,
of Holdenville, Amber Palmer and husband, Steven, of Konawa, Kristin Daugherty and husband, Jimmy,
of Fort Gibson; grandsons Reece Aldridge of Konawa, Ross Aldridge of Konawa, Shane Ward and wife,
Pam, of Council Hill, Scott Ward and wife, Haley, of Ada, Andy Ward of Council Hill and Travler Ward
of Council Hill; great-grandchildren Rush Black, Rylan Black, Madalen Clifford, Remington Clifford,
Roper Goodson, Rance Goodson, Rowdy Palmer, Reanna Palmer, Lane Ward, Chelsi Daugherty and Caleb
Daugherty; brothers and sisters Sonny Ward, Sasakwa, Oval Ward and wife, Leeann, of Hitchita, Jackie
Clifton and husband, Wayne, of Sasakwa, and Nyoka Davis and husband, Jerry Don, of Spaulding; half
sister Donna Ward of Holdenville; half brothers Beaver Ward of Shawnee and Rocky Ward; and a host of
nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Pallbearers will be Shane Ward, Scott Ward, Andy Ward, Reece Aldridge, Ross Aldridge and Rush
Black.
Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, September 26th, at Stout-Phillips Funeral Home
Chapel, Wewoka, with the Rev. Ed George officiating and burial at Oakwood Cemetery.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
OF HUGHES COUNTY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Case No. FB-2013-17
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPROVAL
OF OIL AND GAS LEASE BY
RESTRICTED
INDIAN
HEIRS
OF SARAH BEAR, FULL BLOOD
CREEK INDIAN, ROLL NO. 6857,
DECEASED.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
FOR APPROVAL OF OIL AND GAS
LEASES
Notice is hereby given that on the
23rd day of September, 2013, the heirs
of Sarah Bear, Full Blood Creek Indian
Roll No. 6857, being not less than
one-half degree Indian blood of the
Five Civilized Tribes, filed their verified
petition herein praying for the approval
of their executed Oil and Gas Leases
for a term of three years and as long
thereafter as oil, gas and other minerals
are produced in paying quantities,
upon all her right, title and interest in
and to the oil, gas and other minerals
and mineral rights in, to and under the
following described lands, said lands
being a portion of the allotment of Sarah
Bear, Full Blood Creek Indian Roll No.
6857, deceased, to-wit:
Lot 3 a/d/a/ NW/4 SW/4, NE/4 SW/4
and Lot 4 a/d/a SW/4 SW/4 of Section
7, Township 6 North, Range 11 East,
LESS AND EXCEPT a one (1) square
acre tract reserved for church in the
SW Corner of Lot 4, and LESS a two
(2) acre tract described as follows:
Beginning 10.25 chains East of the SW
Corner of Lot 4, thence 3.76 chains
North, thence 5.32 chains East, thence
3.76 chains South, thence 5.32 chains
West to the point of beginning
to Reagan Smith Energy Solutions,
Inc. for a cash bonus consideration
of $200.00 per acre, paid-up, which
Lease provides for a 3/16th royalty for
Petitioner’s interest and a three year
term, and said Petition has been set for
hearing on the 14th day of November,
2013, at 10:00 a.m. in the District
Courtroom of the Hughes County
Courthouse, Holdenville, Oklahoma,
at which time and place competitive
bidding will be had thereon in open
court and the Oil and Gas Lease, as
above described, will be approved in the
above named lessee, or in the name of
the person paying the highest and best
cash sum therefore, plus attorney fees
and court costs.
Dated this 23rd day of September,
2013.
B. GORDON ALLEN
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
Jennifer E. Krieg, OBA #21009
ST. JOHN, GRIFFIN, & KRIEG,
P.L.L.C.
1219 Classen Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
(405) 242-2700/FAX (405) 600-3400
ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER
(Published in The Holdenville
Tribune on September 25, 2013)
The Year Was 1951
Continued from Page A-3
on the Central float for Arkansas
Day. Kenneth Chesnutt rode his
pony “Freckles” in the parade Saturday.
Miss Elliston is our teacher. We
have three children in our room who
did not attend school in Holdenville
last year. They are Karen Corner,
Ray Hair and Donna Sue Hutcherson. We are happy to have them.
These are some things which we
have brought to school. Roy Hair
brought a statue of a Scotty dog;
Sherry Avery brought her champion camera. Rebekah Alt brought
her cat “Bootsie”, and Mike Davies
brought his Teddy bear.
FIFTH GRADE
Lowell Wilkerson had a party
Thursday to celebrate his eleventh
birthday. Peggy Irby was ten years
old Thursday. Day Farley had a
birthday Friday. We have eight new
pupils in the fifth grade. There are
now forty-two pupils enrolled in our
class.
SIXTH GRADE
The sixth grade students at Central are happy to have the new students who enrolled in their grade
this year. The new students are:
Linda Corner, Darlene Pennington,
Linda Gregory, Gary LaValley, Bobby McCosar, Johnny Thurmond and
Harold Hair.
The film “What is Science” was
shown during science class Friday.
The girls in the fifth grade and
sixth grade are proud of the ball and
bat that Mr. John Gaberino gave
them.
Margaret Gaberino’s pet chicken
won third place at the Hughes County Fair. Loy Gene Kyle entered three
chickens at the county fair and one
placed first and one third at the fair.
C.B. Kernek visited Bowlegs
this week. Edward Graham spent
Wednesday in Oklahoma City.
Nancy Moore has been absent
several days because of illness.
Orva Nann Owens and Linda
Gregory were in Tulsa last Saturday
to see the Elkettes march.
Central’s girls and boys softball
and baseball teams played Capitol
Heights at Central Friday afternoon.
HHS FOOTBALL
High-spirited Holdenville Wolverines stopped the Atoka Wampus
Cats, 7-6, to open their 1951 football season before 3,800 fans in
Wolverine stadium Friday night.
The more experienced Atokans
found themselves being moved
by the younger Wolverines, many
of whom are sophomores. Coach
George Stricklen said after the game
he could not estimate the number of
players he substituted, but “there
were several more boys than two
complete teams in there at different
times.”
Halfback Paul (Red) Branum lost
no time in zipping through a wide
hole outside right tackle to run 36
yards beside strategic and thorough
downfield blocking to the Wolverine touchdown midway in the opening quarter.
Jimmy McCorpin, senior right
tackle of the Wolverines, toed the
point that gave Holdenville the edge
in the final score.
Branum’s fellow sophomores provided the most impressive spectacle
of the game, blocking and tackling
viciously to raise future Wolverine
stock to a new high.
A screen pass from quarterback
Wayne Long to fullback H.L. Klaus
was worth 60 yards and a touchdown to the Wampus Cats as the
game was a minute and 45 seconds
from its close. A pass from Long
to end Gary Armstrong was unsuccessful in adding the needed extra
point.
The two teams on paper, weighed
about the same—Holdenville averaging 176 and Atoka 178.4.
Three of the game’s four quarters were spent in Atoka territory.
The teams plugged at each other
for short gains, Holdenville demonstrating a more consistent aerial
attack and Atoka rolling well on the
ground.
Halfback Victor Pryor handled
his job well, making an especially
brilliant 35-yard runback with a
punt from the toe of fullback Klaus
to set up the first Wolverine tally.
The Wampus Cats threatened in
the latter part of the second quarter,
with tackling such as that done by
Wiley Humphrey, Lonnie Ramsey,
Wallace Holt and Newt Wall holding until the Wolverines were given
the ball on their own two-yard line.
A 45-yard kickoff runback by
quarterback Lonnie Chesnutt start-
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PAGE A-6—HOLDENVILLE TRIBUNE—SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
You are invited to a special service at
The Holdenville Church of the Nazarene
Sunday, October 6 • 10:45 a.m.
Every teenager and parent
needs to hear his testimony.
Pastor Dane Robinson is a
2002 graduate of Holdenville
High School will for the first
time share his testimony...
Where I was....
Where I am...
Where I’m going!
if you do not have a church home we hope
you will attend this special serivce
Holdenville Church
of the Nazarene
Connecting...Believing...Growing...Serving
323 S. Oak Street • Holdenville
Rev. Dane Robinson
Down Memory Lane
The Year was 1951
Continued from Page A-5
ed the second half right for the Wolverines, who moved to the Atoka 28
before losing the ball on Bob Winters’ fumble, gathered by Klaus.
The locals took the ball to the Atoka
one-yard line as the quarter ended,
but hard-hitting back G.W. Ralls of
the Cats deadened scoring chances
with a series of slashing tackles.
The Atokans punted from their
own end zone and the Holdenville
team moved in once again. They
drove to the eight-yard line of the
visitors on short, hard-hitting runs
by Ramsey, Chesnutt, Pryor and
Branum, when a penalty backed
them to the 13 and a tackle by
guard D.B. Harbison and end Maurice Weaver of the Cats stranded the
Wolverines on the 21-yard line.
HHS CAMPUS CHATTER by
Barbara Doyle
The school spirit at HHS is already blossoming out in full force
with only the first three days of
school over and done with. First
comes the football team that has
many long and tiring practice sessions already to its credit, a football
team that’s rather light in weight but
undefeated in spirit. The mighty
coaches, George Stricklen and Bill
Smith show much enthusiasm and
what’s more the boys say they’re
out to win!
Not to be forgotten is the strong
pep-club in our school headed by
president Letty Sue Eckles; Rita
Nance, vice president; and Phyllis
McLean, secretary and treasurer.
This pep club will be uniformed and
in full force at every game backing
the team always, all the way.
Another thing they are responsible for are the traditional pep assemblies and bon fires before every
game. A lot of the credit goes to
Mrs. Jim Hamilton, club sponsor,
who rates tops in everyone’s books
and the six cheerleaders, Patsy Bartlett, Eva Bryan, Wanda Brumley,
Carole Newton, Joyce Dodson and
Letty Sue Eckles.
Many other organizations and
extra-curricular activities of much
interest to the students will be revived at the first of next week. For
instance the outstanding acapella
choir and band both are already
filled and yet are welcoming more
students every day. Mrs. Geneva Jo
Davis has already planned a trip for
the choir to the annual Thanksgiving festival and music clinic at Stillwater Sometime in November.
Then there’s the band under the
direction of Andrew Kissinger and
led by high-stepping John Bill Martin, drum major, who finds 8 o’clock
march practices only a small part of
getting ready for performances in
the future.
The FHA club formed in cooperation with the Home Economics department sponsored by Mrs.
Mayme Veach and Mrs. J.E. Stiewig
eagerly awaits its first meeting and
election of officers for the coming
year and the groundwork for a successful year has already begun.
Class officers and student council members will be elected soon
and the Student Press staff will be
officially chosen as the Journalism
class lays plans for a smooth rolling Student Press. Then there’s the
H-Club, Key Club, Elkettes, and
special music groups that you’ll be
hearing a lot more about.
At any rate competition is at its
height and each organization is crying for publicity. So why shouldn’t
we have a successful school both in
readin’, writin’ and ‘rithmetic AND
extra activities!
CHATTER
Charlotte Warren anxiously
awaiting a visitor Saturday night
only to find the visit was delayed
until early Sunday, but everything
turned out swell anyway . . . seems
that Peggy Phillips and Don Bennett
made it fine through the summer and
still belong to our ever-present ball
and chain society—cute couple! . . .
“Doe” McRay, Duke Frederick and
a few other brilliant sophomores
change their minds rather frequently—just ask Bill Smith and John
McKay . . . Could be Jerry Anderson really gave Virginia Garrett’s
heart a flip-flop—maybe he’ll be a
Romeo after all . . . Who was Kay
Jones riding to school with Wednesday morning? Aha! Cought you
didn’t we Kay? . . . Hear tell cute lil’
Victor Pryor has given Katherine the
nickname “Wetumka” Mackey and
the funny part is Katherine doesn’t
mind at all . . . Patsy Bartlett reveals
that she finds it hard to eat lately in
fact to do anything, three guesses as
to who she misses so much . . . Bill
Bryan and Lynn Moore are not only
one of the youngest but one of the
cutest couples to be found in the circle of HHS students . . . What’s this
we hear about Charlene Honea and
L.A. from Wewoka, don’t tell me
you’re looking toward out-of-town
talent, too! . . . Information’s leaked
out that Eddie Mills still thinks an
awful lot of K.M. but I wouldn’t be
for knowing . . . Peggy Phillips having just a little trouble with her dog
when he created quite a sensation at
the pep club party . . . Sara Howell
having a little trouble understanding
about a radio program and Charlotte
Warren being the “lonesomest gal in
town” . . . Paula Nelson’s always trying to be Toni Twins and it looks like
she finally persuaded Jane Roberts .
. . How come Richard Shurley is so
quiet these days—anybody know the
answer? . . . What’s this about James
Willison and Nancy Fields—I have
a feeling Kay Jones won’t like this.
PEP CLUB PARTY
Members of the pep club, their
guests, cheerleaders and Mrs. Jim
Hamilton met at 6:30 on the lawn of
Mrs. Hamilton’s home and spent the
evening in hilarious fashion. They
began with the officers serving tiny
sandwiches, cokes and cookies to
the group and lots of time was spent
in “informal discussion” as only
girls can do. Then Letty Sue Eckles
called the group to order and Carole
Newton modeled 1951’s cheering
costume. The sneak prevue of the
fashion certainly made a big hit, but
let’s save the surprise for our first
pep assembly Friday.
All six cheerleaders, Patsy Barlett,
Eva Bryan, Joyce Dodson, Letty Sue
Eckles, Carole newton and Wanda
Brumley, demonstrated what a summer’s practice has done for them
and brother! . . . if you want pep,
they’ve got it. They were certainly
in rare form and the oh’s and ah’s
haven’t completely quieted down
yet. They’re really good and if you
don’t believe me come to the football
game Friday and see for yourself.
Mrs. Hamilton took orders for
freshmen sweaters and explained
the merit system whereby girls will
obtain cheerleaders from now on.
Meeting was adjourned and everyone went away well-pleased and
happy with cries for more parties
like this. It was truly a big success
and special thanks to everyone who
helped in even the smallest way.
LAMAR BOY WRITES OF
BEING TRAPPED BEHIND RED
LINES
Pvt. James E. Powell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J.J. Powell, Lamar, is now
in action in Korea.
Pvt. Powell, who joined the Army
March 18, one day after his 18th
birthday, wrote his parents this week
that his unit has dropped back in
reserve after being cut off for three
days by Red troops.
During the time the unit was cut
off, Pvt. Powell wrote, he had only
one canteen of water to drink.
A member of the U.S. Second
Division, Pvt. Powell went through
basic training at Schofield Barracks,
Hawaii.
HOMER LANDFORD FETED
AT DINNER ON HIS BIRTHDAY
Homer Lankford was feted at a
large birthday dinner in his home
Monday evening.
Following the birthday dinner, the
group spent the time visiting.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Pearly
Roberts, Mr. Huckulby and Randolf,
Mr. andMrs. Evert McCollum, Mr.
and Mrs. J.A. Adair, Clarice, Rosa
and Clayton Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Lankford and Gary, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Parks, Lou and Clyde Parks
and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hardwick;
Also, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hardwick, Mr. and Mrs. Locial Hardwick
and son, Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Lankford, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Carmichael, Alca and Dewayne Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roberts,
Johnny, Alma and Patsy Roberts,
and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lankford.
HOLDENVILLE TRIBUNE—SEPTEMBER 25, 2013—PAGE B-1
Wolverines looking for second win
Holdenville tackles Hugo following 46-8 victory over Coalgate
By HERMAN BROWN
Holdenville correspondent
The Holdenville Wolverines
will face an unbeaten opponent
this week in high school football
action. Coach Don Padgett’s
HHS squad visits Hugo Friday
evening to battle the 3-0
Buffaloes in the fourth and final
non-district game of the 2013
season.
Hugo’s quick start is even
more impressive due to how
the season began in August.
Head Coach Terry Shamley
shocked the school board by
unexpectedly resigning six days
before the first practice. The
Buffaloes were upset by the
situation. However, they pulled
together and promised to win
under their new coach. That is
exactly that they have done.
In the opener, Hugo crushed
the Atoka Wampus Cats 51-0
– with 48 of the points coming
in the first half. The Buffaloes
followed up with a 14-6 win
over the Valliant Bulldogs in
Week 2. Then, last week, Hugo
crushed the Idabel Warriors 426, to improve to 3-0.
Holdenville will enter Week
4 with a record of 1-2. The
Wolverines lost 20-12 at archrival Wewoka in the season
opener on Sept. 5. Holdenville
slipped to 0-2 in Week 2 with
a 32-0 loss to the Henryetta
Knights. Coach Padgett’s
Wolverines then rebounded
in a big way last Friday. HHS
recorded an impressive 46-8
win over the visiting Coalgate
Wildcats.
For Holdenville, the victory
was even sweeter as it fell on
Homecoming night. The mighty
blue and gold dominated in all
phases en route to the 38-point
victory.
The Wolverines put the
offensive attack in high gear
against Coalgate. HHS piled up
16 first downs and 423 yards of
total offense. Holdenville rushed
for 380 yards on 52 carries and
passed for 43 yards on three
completions. Coalgate managed
10 first downs and 238 yards
of total offense. The Wildcats
rushed for 194 yards and passed
for 44 more.
D’Angelo Moore fueled the
ground attack with 16 carries
for 156 yards and 1 touchdown.
Jason Scott also landed in triple
digits in rushing yardage with
134 yards and 3 touchdowns on
17 carries.
Four other Wolverines carried
the football in the victory. Bobby
Rivera had 9 carries for 43 yards
and 1 TD. Jaret Sherrin added
3 carries for 30 yards. Tiberius
Dodson ran 4 times for 18 yards.
Ty Gibbs carried the football 3
times for -1 yards.
In the passing game, D’Angelo
Moore was 3-5-1 for 43 yards.
Moore linked up with Colton
Fredrick 2 times for 24 yards.
Cody Carpitcher had the other
reception for 19 yards and a
touchdown.
Jaret Sherrin was the leading
tackler for HHS with 8 total
tackles, including 4 solo stops
and 4 assisted tackles. Sherrin
also had a fumble recovery.
Ross Beeler and Colton
Fredrick were second on the
team in tackles with 7 stops each.
Ty Gibbs and Cody Carpitcher
provided 6 stops each.
Three other Wolverines
generated 5 total tackles each,
including
Colton
Pickett,
D’Angelo Moore and Isia
Velazque. Moore added an
interception with a 25-yard
return.
Holdenville wasted little time
in setting the tone for the game.
The Wolverines scored 26 points
in the first quarter. They would
add 20 points in the third quarter
to blow open the 46-8 victory.
In the first quarter, Justin
Scott blasted into the end zone
at the 8:20 mark on a 3-yard
run. When the PAT kick failed,
the Wolverines settled for a 6-0
lead.
Scott scored his second HHS
touchdown about 2 minutes later.
The running back rocketed 73
yards into the end zone to make
it 12-0 at the 6:06 mark.
Holdenville next score came
on a special-teams play. Cody
Carpitcher fielded a punt at
4:04 and sprinted 61 yards for a
touchdown. Placekicker Johnny
Bialas then toed the first of four
PAT kicks to make it 19-0.
The Wolverines managed one
more touchdown in the first
quarter. Carpitcher was on the
receiving in a 19-yard scoring
toss from Moore. The TD came
with no time left on the clock
at the end of the first quarter.
Bialas followed with a PAT kick
to make it 26-0.
The second quarter came and
went without additional scoring.
That sent the Wolverines to
Continued on Page B-2
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The Year Was 1951
PAGE B-2—HOLDENVILLE TRIBUNE—SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
Meet the Lady Wolverines
A weekly series spotlight on Holdenville High School softball players
by Herman Brown
Part 4 in series
The Holdenville Lady Wolverines are currently playing
fall fast-pitch softball. The 2013
schedule opened in August and
will continue into early October
for those teams who advance to
the state tournament.
As a tribute to the 20 players
on the HHS squad, the Holdenville Tribune is offering a
weekly salute to team members.
Coach Wood and assistant coach
Hoover present the following
five Lady Wolverines:
--#15 TAYLOR BARNETT
Taylor is a freshman at Holdenville High School. Her family
includes her parents Gary and
Mary, and two brothers. Taylor plays outfield and will wear
the number fifteen. Her favorite
movie is Pitch Perfect, and her
favorite type of music is country. Softball has taught her to
never give up. Taylor’s future
plans are to go to college and
become a vet.
--#20 AUBRUY RINGGOLD
Aubruy is a freshman at Holdenville High School. Her family includes her parents, three
sisters, and a brother. Aubruy
plays first base and will wear
the number twenty. Aubruy’s
school activities include softball, track, and basketball. She
loves country and Christian
music, and she loves to sing.
Softball has taught Aubruy selfdiscipline and to never give up
because hard work pays off.
Aubruy’s future plans are to go
to medical school and become
some kind of specialized doctor.
--#25 TALEALA JAMES
Taleala is a freshman at Holdenville High School. Her family consists of her parents Tracy
and Miranda, and four sisters.
Taleala plays centerfield and
will wear the number twentyfive. She most admires her
grandmother Katie. Her favorite movie is Footloose, and she
loves pop music. Softball has
taught Taleala that there is al-
ways someone who is better than
you. Taleala’s future plans include going to LSU to play ball
and become a doctor.
--#27 ASHLEY PINGLETON
Ashley is a freshman at Holdenville High School. Her family includes her parents Paul and
Wendy, two sisters, and a brother.
Ashley plays third base and will
wear the number twenty-seven.
Ashley’s favorite color is blue
and she loves Christian music.
Her favorite food is a good hamburger and her advice to younger
girls is to always listen to your
coaches. Ashley is unsure of her
future plans at this time.
---
#30 AVERY WELLS
Avery is a freshman at Holdenville High School. Her family includes her mother Kristina,
sister Morgan, and grandparents
Chuck and TenaSpeyrer. Avery
plays left field and will wear
the number thirty. Her favorite
movie is Tarzan and the person
she most admires is her mother.
Her advice to younger girls is to
go hard even if you don’t know
what to do. Avery’s future plans
are to go to college, learn stuff,
and become a doctor.
--NEXT WEEK the Holdenville Tribune will offer a special
spotlight for the eight seniors on
the Fall 2013 Holdenville High
School softball team.
Wolverines looking for second win
Holdenville tackles Hugo following 46-8 victory over Coalgate
Continued from Page B-1
halftime still holding the 26-0
advantage.
Coach Padgett must have
said the right things during
intermission. After half-time,
his Wolverines jumped back
into the scoring mode and put
up three more touchdowns.
Coalgate managed a touchdown
during the same span to get onto
the scoreboard.
In the third quarter, Bobby
Rivera bolted 22 yards for a
touchdown at the 9:49 mark.
Bialas added another PAT kick
to extend the HHS advantage to
33-0.
Coalgate responded with a
touchdown drive on the next
offensive series. The Wildcats
scored at 7:56 on Colby Jones’
44-yard
touchdown
run.
Placekicker Ricco Belletini
added a conversion run to cut
the deficit to 33-8.
Holdenville countered at 4:48
with Moore’s 25-yard touchdown
run. Bialas added the kick to up
the count to 40-8.
The Wolverines had one
final touchdown left on this
Homecoming evening. Justin
Scott added his third TD of the
evening on a 26-yard scoring
run with 2:11 left in the third
quarter. The PAT kick failed,
which left the lead at 46-8.
When neither team scored
in the fourth quarter, the
Wolverines walked off the field
with a 46-8 victory.
The 1-2 Wolverines will be
hoping to add a second victory
to the total this Friday at Hugo.
The contest will be a major
challenge for Holdenville when
they face the unbeaten Buffaloes.
The kick-off will come at 7:30 at
the Hugo High School football
stadium.
--Holdenville 46, Coalgate 8
Coal - 0 - 0 - 8 - 0 - (8)
Hold - 26 - 0 - 20 - 0 - (46)
Scoring by quarters
1st quarter
8:20 – HHS, Justin Scott, 3
run (kick failed) 6-0
6:06 – HHS, Scott, 73 run
(kick failed) 12-0
4:04 – HHS, Cody Carpitcher,
61 punt return (Johnny Bialas
kick) 19-0
0:00 – HHS, Carpitcher, 19
pass from D’Angelo Moore
(Bialas kick) 26-0
2nd Quarter
No scoring
3rd Quarter
9:49 – HHS, Bobby Rivera, 22
run (Bialas kick) 33-0
7:56 – CHS, Colby Jones, 44
run (Ricco Belletini run) 33-8
4:48 – HHS, Moore, 25 run
(Bialas kick) 40-8
2:11 – HHS, Scott, 26 run
(kick failed) 46-8
--4th Quarter
No scoring
--Situation
Hold Coal
First Downs 16 10
C-A-I
3-5-1 ???
Yards Rushing 52-380 194
Yards Passing 43 44
Total Yards 423 238
Fumbles-Lost 4-2 4-2
Penalties-Yards ??? ???
Punts/Avg
2/39.5 ???
--Individual Stats
Rushing
D’Angelo Moore, 16 carries
for 156 yards, 1 TD
Jason Scott, 17 carries for 134
yards, 3 TDs
Bobby Rivera, 9 carries for 43
yards, 1 TD
Tiberius Dodson, 4 carries for
18 yards
Ty Gibbs, 3 carries for -1
yards
Jaret Sherrin, 3 carries for 30
yards Team total: 52 carries for 380
yards
--- Passing
D’Angelo Moore, 3-5-1 for 43
yards
--Receiving
Colton Fredrick, 2 receptions
for 24 yards
Cody Carpitcher, 1 reception
for 19 yards, TD
Team Total: 3 receptions for
43 yards
--Kickoff Returns
Colton Fredrick, 1 return for
11 yards
Johnny Daniels, 1 return for 9
yards
--DEFENSIVE
Player (Tot – Tack – Asst)
Sherrin, Jaret,
8-4-4,
fumble recovery
Beeler, Ross, 7-5-2
Fredrick, Colton, 7-3-4
Gibbs, Ty, 6-3-3
Carpitcher, Cody, 6-5-1
Pickett, Colton, 5-2-3
Moore, D’Angelo, 5-2-3,
interception with 25-yard return
Velazque, Isia, 5-4-1, tackle
for -4 yards
Rivera, Bobby, 4-2-2
Fowler, Justin, 4-2-2
Mariott, Ty, 4-2-2
Dodson, Tiberius, 3-1-2
Footracer, Kevin, 3-2-1
Stafford, Dalton, 2-1-1,
interception with 12-yard return
Vasquez, Rolando, 2-1-1
Stone, Tristan, 2-2-0
Carolina, Trevin, 2-1-1
Vasquez, Adrian, 1-0-1
Scott, Jason, 1-0-1
Vasquez, Adam, 1-0-1
Baker, Cory, 1
-1-0
West, Chotty,1-1-0
Daniels, John,
1-0-1
Bowen, Colby, 1-0-1
Team Totals: 82-44-38
--(Game stats for the Holdenville
Wolverines are provided by Gene
Holliman)
HOLDENVILLE TRIBUNE—SEPTEMBER 25, 2013—PAGE B-3
Game Night News
We had 3 full tables of domonio
“Moon” players. That’s three tables, so if we lost, we were stuck
at the same table and had to suck
it up and try harder!
At table # 1 - Geraldine Ingram and Lynn Marquis played
against Glenda Smith and Shirley
Hardwick. Geraldine and Lynn
got beat badly the first game. So
they were determined to come
back and play harder the next
round. And that is what they did
as they won 5 games and Glenda
and Shirley won 1 game. Glenda said that she threw the games
as she needed a ride home and
she didn’t want to call Darrell to
come and get her on his sexy
tractor! What he won’t do to
get her back home!!
At table #2 - Naomi Tomlinson and Betty Sharp played
against Janice Eller and Shirley Carpenter. Naomi shot the
moon and made it! Yea, Naomi! Naomi and Betty won 4
games while Shirley and Janice
won 2 games.
At table #3 - Norma Summy and Jean Phillips played
against Sharon Dilday and Sue
Wood. This was a competitive
and noisy group. Jean shot it
and made it - of course! Way
to go Jean!! Sharon shot it and
made it! Yea, Sharon! Jean shot
it again and Sharon set her! And
the laughter was on! No wonder
they were a noisy group!! Jean
and Norma won 6 games. Sharon and Sue won 2 games.
Norma brought some delicious made from scratch
chocolate chip cookies.Yum! Naomi brought some pumpkin
pie cookies. Delicious! A big
“ Thank You” ladies!
We really do have a lot of
fun! Come and join us on
Monday night at the Nazarene
church. You will have a good
time, I promise!!
See ya then,
September 24 we had bingo.
September 25 will be our
birthday dinner. Healthback
will be here to do blood pressure
checks. We will also have a pillow drawing.
October 2 COEDD will be
here to do a program on Medicare at 12 o’clock.
I would like to invite anyone
who is 60 or older to come eat
lunch with us. We serve at 12:00
o’clock. Call me by 9:00 a.m. so
I can order a meal just for you.
We have bingo twice a month.
Each Wednesday we paint and
sew. We play dominoes everyday starting at 9 a.m. We have a
good exercise room with a lot of
equipment to use. We also have
a real nice walking area. Come
join us and have a lot of fun and
we have some good books to
read so come join us.
The
Plumbers
(405)379-2500
Drain Cleaning
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Lamar New Age News
by Maxine Welch
September 16 Tom Olden, our
dietitian, was here and gave a
program on Omega 3—fatty acids.
September 17 we had our Site
Council meeting.
September 18 Mays Home
Care was here and gave flu shots.
We really had a good turn out.
Bible Prophecy Conference
Carson Baptist Church in Lamar will be hosting a Bible Prophecy Conference beginning Sunday,
evening, Oct. 6 at 6pm. Services will continue Monday through Wednesday, Oct 7 through 9 at 7pm.
If you are interested in end time prophecy this is for you. Bring your friends and join us in this conference. For further information call Ron Black, Pastor at 918-652-8435.
Blessing of the Animals
Scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 6
By: Deacon Cyntha Gilks
In celebration of the life of
Saint Francis, St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church will host a blessing of the
animals on the lawn on Sunday,
October 6 beginning at 3:00-4:00.
The congregation of St Paul’s
Episcopal Church would like to
extend an invitation to the entire
community to our annual Blessing
of the Animals.
St. Francis, who lived in the 13th
century and founded the religious
order of the Franciscans, was legendary for his love of animals. To
celebrate the Feast Day of Saint
Francis of Assisi, Christian animal
lovers in many places around the
world take their pets to be blessed
by a minister or priest.
Pastor Kathy Radach will officiate. Pastor Radach will bless pets
and pet owners of all denominations. Participants are asked to
please bring dogs on leashes and
reptiles in closed containers. Cats
are best in carriers and horses and
other livestock would be best remaining in trailers.
Known as the Patron Saint of
Animals, Francis of Assisi believed that all God’s creations were
part of his brotherhood. He is said
to have considered the sparrow as
much his brother as the pope. Legend has it that Saint Francis often
preached to birds encouraging
them to be thankful to God for their
colorful clothes, for their freedom,
and for God’s care. The birds are
said to have stood still as Francis
walked among them, flying off
only when he gave his permission.
Most everyone has seen the animal- and nature-loving Saint Francis portrayed in garden statuary.
The St. Francis statue clutches a
cross while one small bird sits atop
his shoulder and another perches
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
OF HUGHES COUNTY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Case No. PB-2013-52
In the Matter of the Estates of: VIOLA MAY BINGHAM VAN CLEAVE and JOHN
MURRY VAN CLEAVE, Both Deceased.
COMBINED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF HEARING
TO: All persons interested in the Estates of Viola May Bingham Van Cleave and
John Murry Van Cleave, each deceased.
You are hereby notified that on the 13th day of September, 2013, the Petitioner,
Kelly Evans, 3657 N. 369 Road, Holdenville, Oklahoma 74848, filed in the District
Court of Hughes County a Petition For Summary Administration. The Petitioner
has alleged that Viola May Bingham Van Cleave, age 73 years, died on October 24,
1999, intestate, a resident of Worth County, State of Georgia, and that she left an
estate in Hughes County, State of Oklahoma. Petitioner further alleged that John
Murry Van Cleave, age 85 years, died on October 17, 2007, intestate, a resident of
Linn County, State of Oregon, and that he left an estate in Hughes County, State
of Oklahoma. Petitioner further alleged the total value of each estate is less than
$175,000.00.
In an Order For Combined Notice & Order Appointing Personal Representative the
Court found that it should dispense with the regular estate proceedings prescribed
by law and order notice to creditors and issue an order for hearing upon the Petition
For Summary Administration, Final Accounting and Petition for Determination of
Heirs and Distribution.
Pursuant to the Order for Combined Notice, all creditors having claims against
the above named decedents are required to present 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’s attorney Linda G. Evans, P. O. Box 309, Holdenville,
OK 74848, on or before the 14th day of October, 2013, or the same will be forever
barred.
Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held on the 6th day of November,
2013, at 10:30 a.m., at the Hughes County Courthouse, Hughes, Oklahoma, before
Associate District Judge B. Gordon Allen. 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 and Distribution. The Final Account and
Petition for Determination of Heirs and Distribution will be filed herein on or before
the 18th day of October, 2013.
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 and
Distribution at least then (10) days before the hearing and send a copy to the
Petitioner’s attorney, Linda G. Evans, or you will be deemed to have waived any
objections. If you have no objection, you need not appear at the hearing or 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/ George Butner
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
Petitioner’s attorney:
Linda G. Evans, OBA #10316
P.O. Box 309 – 221 N. Broadway
Holdenville, OK 74848
Tel. 405-379-9890
(Published in The Holdenville Tribune on September 18 and 25, 2013)
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on his Bible. Devoted pet owners
know that their pets’ love for them
is as unconditional as ours is for
them – just as God’s love is for all
His creatures, great and small.
At our pet blessing in the past
we entertained “guests” such as a
baby deer, dogs, cats, horses, sheep
and goats. This year we hope to see
more varieties receive a blessing.
We invite all interested children
and adults to bring their beloved
friends to receive a special blessing. Any kind of animal is welcome
from fish to cats and dogs; we ask
that all pets be either kept on leash
or in a carrier or cage. If you do not
feel that your pet would do well at
the service, you are welcome to
bring a photo to be blessed. Toy
stuffed animals are also welcome.
Refreshments for both pets and
their owners will be available after
the service.
If there are any elder/homebound citizens who are not able to
come to the church, please call St.
Paul’s, leave a message and phone
number and arrangements can be
made for a home visit. There are
limited visits available so please
call before October 6th. For more
information please call 405-3795879.
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE— Wes Watkins
Technology Center is accepting
bids on a 1992 International
65 Passenger Bus. Bus
will not pass inspection and
cannot be used to transport
WHISPERING MEADOWS
62+ Senior Housing
Water, Sewer & Trash
Included in Rent
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RENT
Two-bedroom units
$275.00
Ceiling Fans
1 Car garage
3 MONTHS
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Lawn Maintenance
Range, microwave,
6 MONTH
LEASE
refrigerator,
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washer & dryer included
OPEN HOUSES
Mon./Tues./Thurs./Fri.
1:00 - 5:00 PM
students. Bus will be sold
“As Is”. Call 405-452-5500
to make an appointment to
view. Bids will be accepted
until 3:00 p.m. on October
11, 2013. Contact WWTC
for bid sheet. Bids should
be submitted to Wes Watkins
Technology Center, Business
Office, 7892 Highway 9,
Wetumka, Oklahoma, 74883.
(1tc-09-25)
FOR SALE—2007 Acura
MDX, fully loaded. DVD, CD,
hands free phone, navigation
system, back-up camera, heated
seats - front and back, third-row
seating - seats up to 8, back seats
lie down for cargo. 104,000
miles. $17,900. It’s pearl white
with tan leather interior. 918230-6077. (tfc-06/26)
FOR SALE—Three individual
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REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Pam Robinson,
THU. OCT 3 • 6PM
Owner/Broker
AUCTION HELD AT:
THU. OCT 3 • 6PM
AUCTION HELD AT:
DAKIL AUCTIONEERS, INC.
200 NW 114TH ST., OKC
(W. Side Service Rd of the Bdwy
Ext. between 122nd & Hefner)
DAKIL AUCTIONEERS, INC.
200 NW 114TH ST., OKC
Jack Sherry real eState
& InveStmentS
(W. Side Service Rd of the Bdwy Ext.
APPROX 20 ACRES MOL:
The
between 122nd & Hefner)
Southeast Quarter of the Northwest
APPROX 20 ACRES MOL: The Southeast
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SE/4
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast
NW/4 SE/4) and the East Half of the
Quarter (SE/4 NW/4 SE/4) and the East Half of
Southwest Quarter of the Northwest
the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (E/2
of the Southeast
Quarter (E/2 SW/4 NW/4 SE/4)
SW/4 NW/4 SE/4)
and the West
Half of Hinckley
101
N.
Holdenville
the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest
and the West Half of the Northwest Quarter of
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
(W/2 NW/4 SW/4 SE/4) of Section
(W/2 NW/4 SW/4 SE/4) of Section 33, Township
33, Township 9 North, Range 7 East,
9 North, Range 7 East, Seminole County,
Seminole County, Oklahoma.
cell:405-221-1325
Oklahoma.
APPROX. 10 ACRES MOL: The
APPROX. 10 ACRES MOL: The Southeast
Southeast Quarter of the Southwest
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SE/4
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter
of the
Cell: 405-380-6517
SW/4 SE/4) of Section 33, Township 9
Southeast Quarter (SE/4 SW/4 SE/4) of Section
North, Range 7 East, Seminole County,
33, Township 9 North, Range 7 East, Seminole
Oklahoma.
cell:405-221-1070
Fullerton
Jack Sherry Nancy Sherry Michelle Miller
County,Faith
Oklahoma.
Bankrupty Case No. 12-81522
Provisional
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No. 12-81522
Owner/Broker
Sales Associate
Broker
TERMS: 5% down, 30 days to close.
ClosingAssociate
Associate
TERMS: Sales
5% down,
30 days to close. Closing cost
405-379-3977
Jack Sherry
Nancy Sherry
Michelle Miller
cost and title ins. split 50/50.
10% Buyers premium.
Faith Fullerton
Cell: 405-221-6132
State, National & and
Global
title ins.Exposure
split 50/50. 10% Buyers premium.
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REAL ESTATE AUCTION
THU. OCT 3 • 6PM
AUCTION HELD AT:
DAKIL AUCTIONEERS, INC.
200 NW 114TH ST.,OKC
(W. Side Service Rd of the Bdwy Ext.
between 122nd & Hefner)
APPROX 20 ACRES MOL: The Southeast
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter (SE/4 NW/4 SE/4) and the East Half of
the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter
of the Southeast Quarter (E/2 SW/4 NW/4 SE/4)
and the West Half of the Northwest Quarter of the
Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (W/2
NW/4 SW/4 SE/4) of Section 33, Township 9 North,
Range 7 East, Seminole County, Oklahoma.
APPROX. 10 ACRES MOL: The Southeast Quarter
of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
(SE/4 SW/4 SE/4) of Section 33, Township 9 North,
Range 7 East, Seminole County, Oklahoma.
Bankrupty Case No. 12-81522
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split 50/50. 10% Buyers premium.
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500-546 .............................$160.00-$173.00
553-590 .............................$155.50-$164.50
570-585 .............................$149.00-$156.00
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607-648 .............................$145.50-$154.00
648...................................................$138.50
650-685 .............................$145.00-$152.00
702...................................................$155.00
702-730 .............................$140.00-$150.00
780-795 .............................$139.00-$148.00
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350-378 .............................$164.00-$170.00
403-446 .............................$149.00-$158.00
450-492 .............................$149.00-$160.00
503-545 .............................$141.00-$152.00
551-593 .............................$139.50-$148.00
603-648 .............................$135.00-$145.50
650-690 .............................$131.00-$144.50
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~ BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED INTERIOR — Looks Great! 3 Bed, 2 bath
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9440 CR 3695, Allen. $168,500 REDUCED TO $159.900
~ 7 ACRES — Mobile Home Site, utilities available. 7797 Hwy 1, Calvin.
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~ 405 N. CLEVELAND, ALLEN — Lots 1, 3, 5 ,7, 9 & 11, Block 8, Commercial Addition. Good Building Site
~ 403 S. COMMERCE, ALLEN — 3 Bed, 1 bath brick with carport.
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~ 30 ACRES — 3 miles west on Francis Road, turn north to the T, turn
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~ 4 BED 2.5 BATH —On 26 acres between Allen & Francis. $192,000
~ 3 BED 2 BATH — 1344 sq ft 1978 doublewide mobile home on 140x125
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and smell for everyone around you!
Barney Taylor snagged a
Only in Holdenville . . . in the mail as soon as I can.
three-pound bass the other day,
Friday afternoon I had left the
Alex Lesueur
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and Gilbert Rounsaville wins
office to run several errands.
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About 2:00 pm I got a call from
Paul Kennedy was a gifted this week’s loving cup for the
Cream, Strawberry Kiwi, Blueberry or any combination of the above!
best
fish
story
of
the
week.
He
Dane who was at the office.
OWNER OPERATOR: LORI INMAN
writer. Many “old timers” resaid
Sam
Boyce
latched
on
to
a
He said he had brought his member his column. One of
kids to town for the homecoming the most popular was “Seam- bass that bent his pole double,
parade. They were walking past prufe Plant News”. It was a nearly sprained both of Sam’s
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the Tribune office when he saw regular feature when he worked wrists and broke his line. And
this bass slapped the water so
a man standing with the door at Seamprufe in the 1950’s.
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Recently I found one of his hard with his tail it deafened
Choose From!
Dane asked him if he needed columns that was published every tadpole in the pond. Just
help. The man said there were in 1951 and wanted to share it plum bursted their little ear
several people in here and they with our readers today. I hope drums. Hmmm. I’m going
to ask Larry Barnes about that
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couldn’t find anyone working. you enjoy it as much as I did.
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Dane walked in and sure
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OWNER OPERATOR: LORI INMAN
When the fire whistle blows
enough there were several Rusty Buckle
customers and also some
Well, well, school has start- downtown Lamona Carpenmoney on the counter. One of ed, and sorta half hearted, the ter’s ears perk up right sharply
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picked up some items and put they work as hard at study hall ried to a fireman.
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Vera Mayes received a nice
the money on the counter. She as they do at basket and footwas about $2 short so another ball, they will be geniuses with picture of her son, all dressed
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customer that was still there scholarly looks.
Bonnie Justice and Roberta
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Hmm, that was almost a
Puckett
are
now
two
of
the
He finally locked the door poem, By Johnny, that IS a
Bank Financing - WAC
staunchest
football
fans
we
and headed to the parade which poem, come to think of it. I
We’re Always Here for You
- 23 Years had already started.
didn’t intend to write a poem have in Holdenville. Their
Guess who he found on the when I started out on this, but sons are playing.
And Helen Brown has two
corner watching the parade . . . it just popped out. It just shows
that’s right, Bill!
that a feller doesn’t know what’s boys playing on our high school
Kathy’s
Dane asked him why he in him if he’s not x-rayed now football team. And I’m sure
we have other folks IN THE
didn’t lock the door when he and then.
Antique Mall
left. Bill said there would
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probably be some customers poetry in President Eisenhow- BALL PLAYERS IF I COULD
Tuesday thru Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
and he didn’t want them to have er. I’ve seen pictures, charts JUST THINK OF THEM AT
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PAGE B-6—HOLDENVILLE TRIBUNE—SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
Service Friday for WWII Hero Everett Linton
Funeral Services for Everett Linton, Russell Linton,
Everett Waymond Linton Oklahoma, Lyn Campbell of
passed away on September Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, will be at 2:00 PM Friday, Shelly Turpin, Brad Linton
24, 2013 at the Mercy and Ashley Campbell of September 26th, at the Non and Shana Coil.
Hospital in Ada, Oklahoma. Tulsa, Oklahoma; his great Missionary Baptist Church Funeral Services will
He was born on April 23, grandchildren, Joey Jefferson in Non, with Pastor Larry be under the direction of
1921 to Ed and Nancy Linton and his wife Rebecca of Ada, Jones officiating. Interment Hudson-Phillips
Funeral
will
be
at
the
Non
Cemetery
in Parker, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma, River Linton of
Home
in
Holdenville,
in
Non.
Pallbearers
will
Everett enjoyed fishing, Ada, Oklahoma, and Lyric
Oklahoma.
be
Denny
Boren,
Wesley
playing dominos and spending Linton of Moore, Oklahoma.
time with his grandchildren.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
He loved to spend time with
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
OF HUGHES COUNTY
his family whenever he
OF HUGHES COUNTY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
could. On January 10, 1946
Case No. FB-13-4
Case No. FB-13-5
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPROVAL OF OIL AND GAS LEASE BY RESTRICTED
Everett married Nola Ingram IN THE MATTER OF THE
INDIAN HEIR OF SAMUEL BEAR, FULL
BLOOD CREEK INDIAN,
Everett Linton
APPROVAL OF OIL AND GAS
and together started their LEASE BY RESTRICTED INDIAN
ROLL NO. 7198, DECEASED.
SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR APPROVAL OF OIL AND
family. Everett was a Veteran HEIR OF BENNIE WILSON, FULL
GAS LEASES
BLOOD CREEK INDIAN, ROLL NO.
Notice is hereby given that on the 25 day of September, 2013, the heirs of Samuel
of the U.S. Marine Corps, NB-410, DECEASED.
Bear, Full Blood Creek Indian Roll No. 7198, being not less than one-half degree Indian
trothers
FIRST AMENDED NOTICE
and fought in Pearl Harbor
blood of the Five Civilized Tribes, filed their verified Petition herein praying for the approval
OF HEARING PETITION FOR
of their executed Oil and Gas Leases for a term of three years and as long thereafter as
and the Solomon Island
APPROVAL OF OIL AND GAS
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oil, gas and other minerals are produced in paying quantities, upon all her right, title and
LEASES
Campaign.
interest in and to the oil, gas and other minerals and mineral rights in, to and under the
Notice is hereby given that on the
described lands, said lands being a portion of the allotment of Samuel Bear, Full
inema
Everett is preceded in death 25th day of September, 2013, the heirs following
Blood Creek Indian Roll No. 7198, deceased, to-wit:
by his wife, Nola Linton; and of Bennie Wilson, Full Blood Creek The Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SW/4 SW/4) of Section Twenty (20),
Indian Roll No. NB-410, being not less Township Six (6) North, Range Eleven (11) East
Seminole Oklahoma
his parents, Ed and Nancy than one-half degree Indian blood of and
The Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NW/4 SE/4) of Section Twelve (12),
Linton; his daughter, Sue the Five Civilized Tribes, filed their Township
Six (6) North, Range Eleven (11) East
verified Petition herein praying for
Campbell; sisters, Irene the approval of their executed Oil and to Reagan Smith Energy Solutions, Inc. for the following terms:
a. Sec. 20: a three (3) year primary term from the date of Court approval, a 3/16th
tarting riday
Tooley, Geneva Gayler, Gas Leases for a term of three years royalty, and a lease bonus of $277.00 per acre;
and as long thereafter as oil, gas and
PG
b. Sec. 12: a three (3) year primary term from the date of Court approval, a 3/16th
Leona Lumpkin and Gladys other minerals are produced in paying
royalty, and a lease bonus of $302.00 per acre
loudy ith
Johnson; and his brothers, quantities, upon all her right, title and and said Petition has been set for hearing on the 14 day of November, 2013, at 10:00
interest in and to the oil, gas and
in the District Courtroom of the Hughes County Courthouse, Holdenville, Oklahoma,
Clarence Linton, Roy Linton, other minerals and mineral rights in, a.m.
at which time and place competitive bidding will be had thereon in open court and the Oil
hance of eatballs
Gene Linton and Troy to and under the following described and Gas Lease, as above described, will be approved in the above named lessee, or in
lands, said lands being a portion of the name of the person paying the highest and best cash sum therefore, plus attorney
Linton.
the allotment of Bennie Wilson, Full fees and court costs.
R
Creek Indian Roll No. NB-410, Dated this 25 day of September, 2013.
He is survived by his son, Blood
B. GORDON ALLEN
deceased,
to-wit:
ZONE: 1,2,3,4
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
Gene Linton and his wife The Northeast Quarter of the
Quarter of the Northwest Jennifer E. Krieg, OBA #21009
Glenda
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for week of September
22, of
2013
Quarter (NE/4 NE/4 NW/4) of Section ST. JOHN, GRIFFIN, & KRIEG, P.L.L.C.
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hearing on the 14th day of November,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
2013, at 10:00 a.m. in the District
OF HUGHES COUNTY
Courtroom of the Hughes County
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at which time and place competitive IN THE MATTER OF THE APPROVAL OF OIL AND GAS LEASE BY RESTRICTED
bidding will be had thereon in open INDIAN HEIRS OF GEORGE WOLF, FULL BLOOD CREEK INDIAN, ROLL NO. 6859,
court and the Oil and Gas Lease, as DECEASED.
FIRST AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR APPROVAL OF OIL AND
above described, will be approved
GAS LEASES
in the above named lessee, or in the
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name of the person paying the highest Notice is hereby given that on the 23 day of September, 2013, the heirs of George
and best cash sum therefore, plus Wolf, Full Blood Creek Indian Roll No. 6859, being not less than one-half degree Indian
blood of the Five Civilized Tribes, filed their verified petition herein praying for the approval
attorney fees and court costs.
of their executed Oil and Gas Leases for a term of three years and as long thereafter as
th
Dated this 25 day of September,
oil, gas and other minerals are produced in paying quantities, upon all her right, title and
2013.
interest in and to the oil, gas and other minerals and mineral rights in, to and under the
B. GORDON ALLEN following described lands, said lands being a portion of the allotment of George Wolf, Full
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT Blood Creek Indian Roll No. 6859, deceased, to-wit:
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Sucker Day Saturday!
Wetumka’s 63rd annual Sucker
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Strong, Now & Then,” will be
held Saturday, Sept. 28 at the
Wetumka Central Park area and
features a host of events and
performances for all ages.
In 1950, Wetumkans were
“suckered” out of money, food,
labor and time by traveling
swindler, F. Bam Morrison.
Morrison
promises
townspeople a marvelous circus
and carnival complete with all
kinds of animals and performers,
food booths, games and other
entertainment.
He sold advertising space on
festival ground and persuaded
several businesses and residents
to purchase advertising, hay
for the circus animals, advance
tickets and urged merchants to
keep their stores heavily stocked
for an ensuing crowd.
When it came time for the
event, Morrison was nowhere
to be found, having disappeared
from Wetumka just as quickly as
he arrived.
Wetumkans soon realized they
were “suckered” and decided to
celebrate anyway, declaring the
day “Sucker Day.”
Kicking off this year’s
event will be the annual Car
Show from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
Trophies will be awarded at
1:30 p.m. Categories include:
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Best of Show, Mayor’s Choice,
Best Paint, Best Engine and
Best Interior. Contact Emmitt
Leftwich for more information
on the car show at 405-4523243 or 405-584-1344.
A large variety of food,
refreshment, craft, information
and other booths will open at 9
a.m.
American Kids from Tulsa,
a child development growthgenerating activity for children
who have a desire to entertain,
will perform from 9 a.m. to 9:30
a.m.
Wetumka
First
United
Methodist Church pastor Tom
Logan will sing from 9:30 a.m.
to 10 a.m.
An inflatable obstacle course
and Noah’s Ark four-in-one will
be available from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. for all children to enjoy.
Wetumka High School band
will perform various pieces
from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
At 11 a.m. the Sucker Day
parade will be held on Main
Street with prizes awarded as
follows: First place float, $100;
second place float, $75; third
place float, $50; first place fourwheeler/ATV, $50; first place
Round-Up, $50; first place kids
entry, $50; second place kids
entry, $25 and first place band,
$50.
Guests can enjoy musical
entertainment from The Jason
Stringfellow Band from 12 p.m.
to 2 p.m.
Talent Show performances
will begin at 2:30 p.m. and
conclude around 4:30 p.m.
with $1,000 in total prizes to
be awarded. Participants must
check-in 30 minutes prior to
the event and must pay a $10
entry fee. Contact Michelle
Gann at 405-452-3302 for more
information on the talent show.
Immediately following the
talent show, raffle drawings for
OU and OSU yard ornaments
will be held. Tickets for the
drawings will be available
Saturday at the Wetumka
Kiwanis booth located next to
the pavilion.
From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. the
Chad Todd Band performs.
Concluding this year’s Sucker
Day will be music from Bo
Posey and Curt Krigbaum from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Official Sucker Day t-shirts
will also be on sale at the
Kiwanis booth for $15 each up
to size XL or $17 for sizes 2X
or 3X.
Wetumka Central Park is
located on the corner of St.
Louis and Canadian streets, one
block west of Main Street.
If you need more information
contact Susie Absher at 405623-8435.
plus attorney fees and court costs.
Dated this 23rd day of September, 2013.
B. GORDON ALLEN
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
Jennifer E. Krieg, OBA #21009
ST. JOHN, GRIFFIN, & KRIEG, P.L.L.C.
1219 Classen Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
(405) 242-2700/FAX (405) 600-3400
ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER
(Published in The Holdenville Tribune on September 25, 2013)
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
WITHIN AND FOR
HUGHES COUNTY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Case No. FD-2013-42
In RE Marriage of CHARLES REID, Petitioner,
Vs.
ELSA REID, Respondent.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: ELSA REID
TAKE NOTICE that you have been sued for divorce in the above Court by the
Petitioner, CHARLES REID, alleging incompatibility, and praying for divorce from you
and other relief from you, including child custody, restricted and/or supervised visitation,
child support, property division, attorney fees and costs, and other relief in the premises;
and you must answer the PETITION on or before the 20th day of October, 2013, or said
PETITION will be taken as true and a divorce and other relief sought will be granted to
the Petitioner.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL the 27th day of August, 2013.
Patty Tilley, Court Clerk
Seminole County, Oklahoma
By: s) Alicia Miller
Deputy
(SEAL)
Butner & Butner
Attorneys at Law
PO Box 1460
Wewoka, OK 74884-1460
Phone: (405) 257-6254
Fax: (405) 257-5638
(Published in The Holdenville Tribune on September 11, 18 and 25, 2013)
The Plumbers
Robby Miller
405-379-2500
323 N. Creek
Holdenville, OK 74848
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