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Comanche High School
Senior Commencement 2017
This Friday, May 19, 2017
7:00 p.m. - Tommy Weast Gymnasium
- Class Motto “Sometimes you will never kinow the vaulue of a
moment until it becomes a memory.”....Dr. Seuss
- Class Colors Red and Silver
Lindsey Craig
Valedictorian
Chloe Dunlap
Valendictorian
Blake Fisher
Valedictorian
Bailey Hinshaw
Valedictorian
- Class Song “Wherever I Go”
- Class Flower White Carnation with Red Tips
Comanche, Oklahoma
Rodeo Capital
Caring People with Hometown Pride...
“Where The Courageous Spirit of Cowboys On The Chisholm Trail And Indians In The Territory Lives On”
VOLUME TWENTY-FIVE, NUMBER 35
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017
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Heritage
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K9 Officer Terry To Retire May 31, Council Votes To Continue K9 Program
Council Appoints Dobbins As New Mayor,
McCord To Remain Vice Mayor
Hunter Holstead
Valedictorian
Carly
Richardson
Valedictorian
Breanne Poff
Valeditorian
Cody Stonerock
Valedictorian
The Comanche Public Works
Authority and City Council held
their regular monthly meeting
Tuesday evening of this past
week in the Council Chamber of
City Hall.
Following a report on PWA finances by City Treasurer Cheryl
Johnson, PWA Chairperson
Janice Willis expressed her displeasure that the trend of spending more than revenues brought
in was continuing despite all efforts.
“We need to stop spending, and
spending money you don’t have
can get us in trouble with state
statutes,” Chair Willis said.
“What is causing revenues to
be down?”, Vice Chair Sandra
McCord asked.
McCord and Trustees were told
that utility counts are near the
same as in previous years, but
revenues from projections from
previous years were not being
met. Repairs continue to be a
major source of expenditures.
Causes such as cooler temperatures and less air conditioning
use was thought to be one of the
revenue shortfall reasons.
“We are okay with state statutes
at this time year to date,” City
Manager Ralls stated, but added
spending between now and the
end of the fiscal year in June
See City Council p.3
Above, Comanche Mayor Janice
Willis (left) makes a motion that the
PWA Trustees appoint Councilman
Smokey Dobbins as Chairman that
was followed by unanimous vote to
appoint Dobbins as PWA Chairman
and Mayor this past week. The
Council also voted unanimously to
return Vice Mayor McCord (center)
to Vice Chairman of PWA and Vice
Mayor.
At right, Comanche Asst. Police
Chief Justin Harkins is shown with
his longtime K9 Officer/Patrol Partner Terry. Harkins gave notice to the
Council this past week that K9 Officer Terry will be retiring after 7
1/2 years of faithful service with
Harkins.
Comanche Homemakers Celebrate OHCE Week.....
Charli Turner
Valedictorian
Jordyn Young
Valedictorian
Kamren
VanBuskirk
Valedictorian
Christian
Steadman
Salutatorian
Members of the Comanche Homemakers celebrated “Motherhood” and “OHCE Week” with a visit
to Meridian Nursing Home this past week. Resident moms were given a Mother’s Day card and
candy, it being of course Hershey’s “hugs and kisses”. Above, Comanche Homemakers (l-r) Patsy
Powers, Dixie Gildon, Rose Cox and Kay Gray say “Happy Mother’s Day!” to Meridian Nursing
Home resident Ruby Cross. Ruby, born in ’22, came to MNH from Loco. She has been blessed with
11 children and has been a resident at MNH since 2014.
Tragedy On Hwy. 53
Near Walters
OHP report a fatality collision
occurred this past Saturday at
about 3:20 p.m. on State Hwy. 53
about 6.5 miles east of Walters.
Reports indicate an eastbound
2010 Chevrolet Cobalt driven by
Alice J. Farris, age 72, of Walters,
departed the roadway to the left
and struck a concrete culvert.
After the initial impact, the vehicle rolled 1/2 times and came
to a rest on its top. Ms. Farris
was pronounced dead at the scene
from massive head and trunk injuries by Comanche County
Memorial Hospital’s Ambulance
Service.
A seven year old passenger in
the vehicle was reportedly transported by Air Evac to the OU
Medical Center in critical condition with head, trunk, internal,
arm and leg injuries. OHP reports that both the driver and
passenger were wearing safety
belts at the time of the accident.
The cause of the accident was
still under investigation at the
time of the initial OHP report.
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Courthouse Briefs
(The following are from recent official filings at the Stephens County Courthouse. As it has always been, the publication of these filings that are related to unlawful acts do not presume guilty or innocent, only that charges
have been filed.)
Marriages Filed
Boehl, Johnathan Leonard of Ratliff City and Bench, Bethany Cheyenne
of Ratliff City.
Green, Zackary Ryan of Duncan and Counts, Cortney Nichole of Duncan.
Hackney, Brandon Leo of Pauls Valley and Walker, Makenzie Taylor of
Pauls Valley.
Harris Jr., Randy Allen of Silverdale, WA and Rose, Cheyenne Faith of
Marlow.
Hornberger, Eric Jay of Marlow and Stubblefield, Hope Christine of
Duncan.
Johnson, Allen R. of Duncan and Kimball, Melinda C. of Duncan.
Moreno IV, Jose Villarreal of Duncan and Tiscareno, Maria Teresa of
Duncan.
Divorces Filed
Bishop, Shane Franklin vs. Denley Ann.
Jones, Kenneth Douglas vs. Sonja Lanette.
Morgan, Teresa Ann vs. Eric George.
White, Kealsey vs. Jacob.
Misdemeanors Files
Choate, Reis Lane of Marlow - Pointing a weapon at another.
Cook, Jeff Martin of Duncan - DUS; Failure to maintain insurance or
security.
Franklin, Micah Eugene of Duncan - Driving a motor vehicle while under
the influence of alcohol.
Garcia, Jose Antonio Munoz of Duncan - Driving a motor vehicle while
under the influence of alcohol.
Hancock, Donnie Ray of Comanche - Driving with license cancelled/
suspended/revoked.
Lyles, Derrick Dewayne of Lawton - Driving a motor vehicle while under
the influence of alcohol; Failure to maintain insurance or security.
McKinney, Mark Thomas of Duncan - Driving a motor vehicle while
under the influence of alcohol.
Valdivia, Arnoldo of Duncan - Driving a motor vehicle while under the
influence of alcohol.
Vanoven, Tyler Jayde of Marlow - Driving a motor vehicle while under
the influence of alcohol.
Welch, Nancy June of Duncan - Domestic abuse - assault & battery.
Felonies Filed
Blackwell, Jr., Earl Lee of Duncan - Distribution of controlled dangerous
substance AFCF 2 or more; Distribution of controlled dangerous substance
AFCF 2 or more.
Edwards Jr., Charles Eugene of Chickasha - Possession of controlled
dangerous substance 2nd & subsequent.
Harmon, Brandon Lee of Duncan - Burglary in the second degree;
Burgalry in the second degree.
Johnson, Wesley Howard of Duncan - Driving a motor vehicle under the
influence AFCF 2 or more felonies.
King, James Jackson of Duncan - Murder in the 2nd or in the alternative
manslaughter 1st degree.
Ward, Clayton Timothy Therel of Marlow - Possession of controlled
dangerous substance AFCF; DUS.
Fire Report
5/6/2017 Trash pit fire loacted 1-3/4 miles south from Hwy 53 & 2880 Rd.
5/6/2017 Grass fire located 3-3/4 miles south on Sears Road.
Police Report
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5/9/2017 Threats investigated at 603 North Ave. Inv. Officer - Straily
5/11/2017 Vandalism investigated at 609 South 4th. Inv. Officer - Jenkins
5/13/2017 Unauthorized use of a vehicle investigated at 409 South 1st. Inv.
Officer - Straily
5/13/2017 Possession investigated at 409 South 1st. Inv. Officer - Jenkins
5/13/2017 Unauthorized use of a vehicle investigated at 104 South 5th. Inv.
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5/13/2017 DUI investigated at Old Hwy 81 & New Hwy 81. Inv. Officer
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Obituary
Jerry Lynn Stroud
Jerry Lynn Stroud, of Duncan,
peacefully passed away Thursday
evening, May 11, 2017 at his
home.He was 70 years old.A funeral
service was held Tuesday, May 16th
at 2:00 p.m. at the Comanche Funeral Home Chapel.Interment, with
full military honors provided by the
Stephens County Combined Honor
Guard followed at Fairlawn Cemetery, under the direction of
Comanche Funeral Home.
Jerry was born June 29, 1946 in
Duncan, to Verney and Naomi
(Seely) Stroud.He was a 1964 graduate of Comanche High School.He
proudly served his country in the United States Army, which included time
in Viet Nam. Jerry married Nancy Tibbetts on August 23, 1969 in Moore,
OK.She preceded him in death in 2004.He was a lifelong resident of
Stephens County, living in Comanche and Duncan.Jerry enjoyed fishing,
and watching and cheering for both the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the
Oklahoma City Thunder.He loved his dogs, Tiger and Foxy, who were
always by his side.Jerry was very proud of to be a Veteran of the United
States Army.He had recently made a trip to Washington D.C. Jerry was a
member of the Meridian School Classmates, and also the Comanche High
School Class of 64 Alumni Group.
Survivors include his two daughters:Tracie Spangler and husband Jeff,
Yukon, OK; and Michelle Lewis and husband Mikal, Rush Springs,
OK;one sister, Shirley Forsythe and husband Richard, Comanche, OK;and
one brother-in-law, Dale Landers, Duncan, OK;five grandchildren: Lacie
Metts, Shaylan Woods, Miah Metts, Thomas Lewis, and Billie Lewis; also
two great-grandchildren: Samson Woods and Sailor Woods.Also, numerous nieces and nephews, and many dear friends.
Jerry was preceded in death by his wife Nancy;his parents, Verney and
Naomi;and one sister, Geneva Landers.
Serving as pallbearers will be Jeff Spangler, Mikal Lewis, Logan Woods,
Kim Huckriede, and Tyler Tritt.
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Stephens County Free Fair
Pageant Deadline Approaching
Entry deadline is Thursday, June 1st. The competition will be held on
Saturday, August 5th 2017 at the Conference Center.
This pageant is open to all girls in Stephens County. Contestants must be
girls entering Pre-K to Senior in High School for the 2017-2018 school year.
Last yearâ+™s pageant had 25 contestants in 5 age categories. The number
of categories will be determined after entries are received. Entry Fee is
$100.00. This is a non-glitz pageant.
Each contestant will receive a trophy, Fair Pageant t-shirt and DVD of the
pageant. One contestant per age group will be crowned the overall winner
and will receive a tiara and sash and a cash award from the Stephens County
Fair board.
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who have hay for sale.
A producer recently notified ODAFF about scammers contacting hay
sellers.
Jack Carson, Market Development Coordinator with ODAFF, said that
the scams vary, but often share similarities. For example: The supposed hay
buyer will send the seller a check in excess of the amount the hay is being
sold for and then ask the seller to wire the extra money somewhere else. The
scammers explain the overpayment by saying they need to cover taxes or
shipping costs; however, then the check bounces and the scammer already
has the money wired to them. The hay seller can then be left to pay the
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When Big Oil Bullies
by Rep. Marcus McEntire
For a while now, I’ve watched
things heat up at the Capitol. Now,
things are no longer just heating up;
they’re red hot. And I’m experiencing the heat that comes directly from
corporate interests.
You may have seen some television commercials or internet banners that have ricocheted through
our district lately. They demand,
“Tell Rep. Marcus McEntire ‘NO!’”
on increasing taxes on the oil and
gas industry. There’s a picture of my
face and a handy, pre-filled-out form
where you can email me and tell me
to “stick to the principles [I] campaigned on.”
The policy OKOGA is talking about would raise the gross production tax
on certain wells. Currently, those wells are subject to a 2 percent tax rate for
the first 36 months. After that, the tax structure increases to 7 percent. There
have been discussions to increase the entry-level percentage, but a formal
bill had not been proposed by the end of last week.
Let me be clear: I have never made a public statement on my position
regarding the gross production tax. Yet the Oklahoma Oil & Gas Association (OKOGA) has blasted my constituents with messaging suggesting
otherwise.
I find OKOGA’s tactics disturbing and disingenuous. Before I arrived at
the Capitol, veteran lawmakers warned me about the pressure that could
come from corporate interests, and they were right. But I will not fold.
The president of OKOGA Chad Warmington would do well to remember
that I represent the constituents of House District 50. Mr. Warmington does
not live in our district, and I am not beholden to him.
At times, it feels like some lobbyists and interest groups roam the Capitol
halls trying to bully members to vote a certain way. I cannot reinforce this
enough: I will not be bullied into voting for or against any policy or piece
of legislation. It’s crucial that you feel like you have a representative who
cares about his constituents and is not easily swayed by fancy dinners
coupled with personal attack ads. This situation with OKOGA has only
reminded me how important having a strong backbone is in this job.
When I campaigned to be your state representative, I promised to represent
you, my constituents. I heard your concerns and your desires for our district,
and I vowed to do my level best to better our part of Oklahoma. I was not
then, nor am I now, worried about losing your vote because of big oil. You
cast your vote for me. Big oil did not.
Since Mr. Warmington and OKOGA brought up the gross production tax,
I’m curious to hear your thoughts. What do you think? Should big oil pay
more when reaping state resources? Let me know. You can call the Capitol
at (405)557-7327 or email me at [email protected] Thank
you for your continued input on various proposed legislation. I take
everything you say into account. God bless.
City Council From Page 1
would have to be watched very carefully.
“We need to keep everything in the black,” Chair Willis said. “If we don’t
have the money at our house, we don’t spend it and that’s the way it needs
to be here for the City,” Willis added.
“I agree with you. We need to watch our spending and keep us in the
black,” Trustee Dobbins said.
Following approval of the consent agenda, the Trustees addressed the post
election cycle requirement of appointing a new PWA Chair that traditionally would also be appointed as Mayor. The same would take place
concerning the PWA Vice Chair and Vice Mayor. The appointments are
made by a vote of the Trustees/Council, with those appointed serving to
chair meetings and sign paperwork as required by law.
Chair Willis opened the PWA Chair nominations by nominating Trustee
Smokey Dobbins citing his past experience on the Trustee Board as well as
the Council. Dobbins was appointed with a 5-0 vote that was later followed
by a 5-0 for his appointment as Mayor. PWA Vice Chair and Vice Mayor
Sandra McCord was reappointed to retain the current offices with a 5-0
vote.
The biggest discussion of the evening came at the end of the Comanche
City Council agenda concerning the City of Comanche and discussion
whether to continue the K9 program.
A major show of support for the program was in evidence with full time
officers and reserves packing the back of the Council Chambers.
Comanche City Manager Chuck Ralls advised the Council that K9 Officer
Terry, Harkins’ partner for many years, would be retiring on May 31 from
service and would be recognized for her faithful service to the citizens of
Comanche.
“It is my opinion that it’s a very important program and I would certainly
recommend continuing the K9 program,” City Manager Ralls told the
Council.
City Manager Ralls said the program does have costs and there are some
issues such as insurance and liability that would need to be addressed.
City Attorney Tom Frailey told the Council that there was always a
potential of liability when the dog was on duty working for the City.
Frailey said one of the main issues was to determine if the a new K9 officer
would be owned by the City of Comanche or by his handler.
“If the dog is not owned by the City, and it’s owned by an individual, we
would need to have some type of agreement between the City and the
owner,” Frailey said. “I would assume the owner, if not owned by the City,
would be a police officer.
“It has been my experience that the K9 officers are usually owned by the
cities,” Frailey said.
Comanche Asst. Police Chief Harkins stated that one of his officers was
only days away from being certified with another K9 officer and a transition
could take place very quickly if the program is allowed to continue.
A Stephens County Deputy in attendance at the meeting that requested to
have his name withheld, advised the Council that he was the donor of the
dog being discussed and was a professional trainer for K9 programs.
“I’m the one who donated the dog with the contingency that the dog would
The Importance Of Chuck’s Corner
An Independent FBIBy
be donated to the City of Comanche, but for any reason the dog would not
be used or was taken out of service, it would come back to me.”
The deputy stated it didn’t matter to him if the K9 was owned by the City
or by the handling officer as long as it was a working K9 locally.
“I don’t want the dog going to waste just sitting in somebody’s home
because it’s not working.”
The deputy said at the dog’s young age, around seven years of service
could be expected.
Asst. Chief Harkins and K9 Terry have been a mainstay of Comanche
patrols and late-night call outs for several years. Harkins said he is the
official owner of K9 Terry because when the program was initiated the City
had no budget for the program so he paid all the related expenses, including
food and vet bills.
“We need a dog in the City,” adding that just the day before K9 Terry was
in service at Comanche Schools.
The Council unanimously agreed the K9 program should continue with
Councilmember Janice Willis wanting a workable agreement to be worked
out and presented at the next meeting from meetings between City Attorney
Frailey, City Manager Ralls and the new K9 certified handler. Ownership
and liability issues being the main points to be determined.
In PWA actions: declaration of emergency relating to emergency repairs
needed to the water plant clarifier and for possible OWRP grants to assist,
5-0 aye.
In Council actions: Terminated the defined benefit pension system with no
former employees still on the pension program; Approved necessary legal
work for a franchise special election on August 8 relating to Centerpoint
Energy; Authorizing application be made for emergency grant from Oklahoma Water Resources Board for clarifier and other repairs needed at water
plant; Recommended three for OMAG Board of Trustees; Awarded bid to
Quick Silver Construction relating to Bunch Street lift station project and
REAP grant; Waved bidding process with mower needs by the City of
Comanche an emergency, approving purchase of two Grasshopper commercial mowers from 3B if proceeds from surplus auction allows for
purchase costs, 4-1 aye with Willis voting no; Discussion as to restroom
construction needs at the rodeo grounds with no formal action taken.
by Chuck Ralls, Comanche City Manager
by Congressman Tom Cole
President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey has predictably
brought howls of protest from leading Democrats in Congress. To be fair,
the timing and process of terminating Director Comey could have certainly
been handled better, but the shameless hypocrisy of the Democratic
leadership in Congress goes beyond the pale.
As recently as May, 2 2017, Hillary Clinton stated that because of the
investigation into her use of a private server to conduct official, and
sometimes classified, business that she would have won the election.
On November 2, 2017, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer declared
he had lost confidence in Comey. That same day, House Minority Leader
Nancy Pelosi stated that Comey might not be in the right job. In October,
the Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid accused Comey of violating the
Hatch Act. Just days before President Trump’s inauguration, Senator
Bernie Sanders stated that Comey acted in an outrageous way during the
campaign. And California Congresswoman Maxine Waters finally stated
the obvious when she opined that if Hillary Clinton had won the election she
would have certainly fired Director Comey herself.
After calling for his ouster and claiming he helped “steal” the election, this
newfound outrage from Democrat leaders rings hollow. Moreover, it
demonstrates that they are willing to overlook anything, including their
own past statements, to oppose President Trump at every turn.
I believe Director Comey is a good and honorable public servant. And I
believe any President has the authority and justification of hiring and firing
the people who work in their administration. I also believe Director Comey
did not handle the investigation into Secretary Clinton’s use of a private
server in a perfect fashion. Similarly, the President and his team did not
handle the Director’s dismissal in the most professional manner.
The selection of the next FBI Director is going to be critical for helping
restore public trust. The investigation into the possible Russian interference
in our election needs to be concluded and free from political influence from
either Democrats or Republicans. If there are still outstanding issues related
to Secretary Clinton’s use of an unauthorized server that also needs to be
wrapped up.
The FBI is America’s preeminent law enforcement agency. As such, it
needs to be led by a person of unquestioned character and completely
divorced from partisan politics. President Trump made the tough decision
to fire Director Comey. The decision as to who he appoints to succeed Mr.
Comey is just as, if not more, important to the nation.
One of my favorite scriptures is
Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in
the way he should go; and when he
is old, he will not depart from it.”
With another school year coming to
an end I know the students and
teacher are all looking forward to
summer break. I want to express my
sincere appreciation to all the teachers and faculty that show up day
after day to instill knowledge and
character into our young people.
So often these people go way beyond what is required in their contract. They sacrifice time and money
out of their own pockets to ensure
the student’s needs are met. Underpaid and under appreciated by many
parents and legislators they continue
on for the betterment of our students.
To those that will be graduating
this week I want to encourage you as
you step into the next chapter of
your life. Continue to build on what
you have learned. Regardless if you
are going off to college, the military
or straight into the work place you
have a role to play.
Never forget your roots or
Comanche. Regardless of where you
go, Comanche will always welcome
you home. Never forsake your upbringing and when you are able,
invest back into the community with
your time and resources for the generations to come.
For the rest of you, enjoy this time
off. Have fun and relax this summer.
To the parents I would ask that you
provide proper supervision and activities for your kids.
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Over the past few months we have
seen an increase in vandalism in all
areas of the city. Without constructive activities and left on their own,
some children may tend to look for
acceptance from their peers through
destructive behavior. There are many
great summer activities in the area
to get them involved in. Check in
with them often if you must leave
them at home unsupervised for the
summer.
Finally, I want to congratulate
Comanche Public Schools, students,
teachers, coaches and volunteers.
This has been a very successful year
for our school. Excelling in academics, sports, drama, band and pretty
much everything else you make The
City of Comanche and our community proud. Continue to learn from
our failures and build on our successes and next year will be even
greater. I am proud to be a Comanche
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Aging Women: Ways to Stay Healthier
Like a surprise visit from your least favorite relative, aging can
bring more than you’d bargained for: a few more wrinkles, a little
less stamina, floppy arms, baggy kneecaps…. Sound familiar?
Worse, though, are the big health changes that may accompany
aging. Many of these you can’t even see. Here are some tips to point
you in a healthier direction.
Where’s the fat? As it turns out, not all fat is created equal. Where
you carry your fat can make a big difference, especially as you age.
A recent study of women in their seventh decade of life found that
being overweight or obese didn’t shorten their lives, unless the
weight was carried at their waists. The risk of death was consistently
higher in women with waists measuring more than 31.5 inches.
However, there was an exception: Compared with white or black
women, Latinas had lower death rates at any waist measurement or
body mass index (BMI).
A second study also found that pockets of fat near the heart can be
a hazard for women as estrogen levels drop after menopause. For the
first time, researchers have shown a link between this type of fat and
the risk of calcium build-up in the heart’s blood vessels. Bottom line?
As you age, healthy diet and physical exercise are more important
than ever to reduce your risk of heart disease.
The new smoking: sitting. When it comes to activity, your cells
apparently don’t lie. Each day, do you sit for more than 10 hours and
get fewer than 40 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity? If so, your cells might be eight years older than your actual age!
That’s what a recent research study found when assessing nearly
1,500 women, aged 64 to 95. A second small study of 70 women also
found that walking briskly at least 150 minutes a week can improve
weight, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels in as little as 10 weeks.
Moral of the story? Enjoy that retirement, but keep moving!
Medications for older women. As you age, you’re more likely to
take medication. And, in general, women are more likely to take
more drugs than men. Over age 65, 9 in 10 take at least one drug a
week and more than four in 10 take at least five different drugs a
week. Twelve percent take 10 or more drugs per week.
But as you age, your body changes. It contains less water and more
fat, which changes how your body processes medication. Also, your
kidneys and liver may be less able to rid your body of drugs.
What does this all mean for you? It means taking medications over
age 65 is more likely to cause side effects and drug interactions. And
that means that our teamwork is more important than ever. Let’s stay
in touch to be sure you are on the right type and dose of medications.
Coach Sean Hushbeck and Coach Ben Scott recently announced the recipients of the prestigious Class 3A Basketball All-Star Team (l-r): Carly
Richardson, Wesley McClendon and Lindsey Craig. Congratulations!
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Above: Members of the Comanche
High School Track Team that qualified for state (l-r): Kaelyn Dobbins,
Brooklin Bain, Misty Dossey,
Randon Elliott. Kaelyn Dobbins
qualified for state at the Class 3A
Regional track meet by placing 2nd
in the 800 m run and 2nd in the 1600
m run. Kaelyn placed 7th in the 800
m run and 4th in the 1600 m run at
the state track meet to bring home a
medal. Brooklin Bain qualified for
state at the Class 3A Regional track
meet by placing 2nd in the 100 m
hurdles, 2nd in the 300 m hurdles
and 3rd in the long jump. Brooklin
placed 8th in the Class 3A state
track meet in the 100 m hurdles and
placed 9th in the 300 m hurdles.
Misty Dossey qualified for state in
the Class 3A Regional track meet by
placing 1st in the high jump. Misty
brought home a 3rd place medal
from the Class 3A state track meet
in the high jump. Randon Elliott
qualified for state in the high jump
event by placing 5th at the regional
track meet. Randon placed 7th at
the Class 3A state track meet in the
high jump event also. Congratulations!
Sunshine OHCE Met In May
by Flo Stuckert, Reporter for Sunshine OHCE
Sunshine OHCE group met May 4, 2007 at the Velma Baptist Church with
Sandy Pogue and Sheila Ely hosting.
Twenty-one members were present. President Linda Heilman asked for
committee reports. Cultural Enrichment reported that a work day will be
held on May 9 to make “swag bags” out of t-shirts to be donated to the
Duncan Art Council for the Art Walk at Fuqua Park in June. The Sunshine
90th Birthday Reception will be held May 11 from 1-4pm at the Marlow
Mercantile. Members were asked to wear there Sunshine shirts. The Fiji
Project continues to support the women of Sote, Fiji with a culinary
exchange. Sunshine members are sharing recipes with the group of mothers
. Bobbie Foster shared her upcycled project which was a quilt made from
her husband’s shirts. She will show this at the June OHCE County
Council. She also made yarn rugs for entry into the Stephens County Fair.
Two members volunteered at the Stephens County Baby Shower by
entertaining the children of the mothers attending, Ms. Ely reported that the
Tai-Chi class will be help Monday and Wednesday from 2-3pm beginning
May 22 at the Freewill Baptist Church in Duncan. The class will run for 6
weeks and the public is invited. Upcoming dates to remember were
announced. June 1-2 and 8-9 is the 4-H Sewing Camp. June 29-30 and July
5-7 is the 4-H Quilt Camp. Members were asked to assist with these camps
July 5-7 is the State OHCE Convention in Oklahoma City. The lesson was
given by Genevra Bechtel on “Gardening Update, Oklahoma Proven
Plants”. Ms. Bechtel demonstrated the proper way to plant a flower and
suggested that plants be purchased from local growers since they should be
more Oklahoma hardy.
The next meeting will be 9:30am June 1 at the All Saints Episcopal
Church, 809 West Cedar with Jane Mitchell and Flo Stuckert hosting.
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“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”....Dr. Seuss
Ryan Chase Aker
Dakota Alexander
Chaz Zachary Allen
Cynthia Alvarez
Parent/Guardian: Jerry Aker and Stephanie
Blair
I hereby will my ability to be the best to
underclassman Konner Doucet.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take Mrs. Sanders, Jim Carrey and
Dailen Presgrove to Cali baby.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Sanders because she is the most wonderful person.
Parent/Guardian:
Fred & Bobbie
Alexander
I hereby will my ability to get good grades
to underclassman Bruce Butler.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Larry Reed, Justin Wren, David Gatliff to
Florida.
My favorite teacher is Larry Reed because
we have life conversations and go to the
store all the time.
Parent/Guardian: Chad Allen
I hereby will my ability to have great hair
to underclassman Jacob Martinez.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Travel to the Forbidden City with Kurt
Cobain, Serena Williams, Robin Williams,
Candesse and Michael Jackson.
My favorite teachers are between Mrs.
Sanders and Candesse Minor because they
both care about me, plus they are just the
coolest teachers ever.
Parent/Guardian: Jaime & Maria Alvarez
I hereby will my ability to not trip during
a cross country race to underclassman
Ryleigh Woody.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Crystal Beck, Mrs. Oakman
and Dave Franco on a cross country road
trip from Los Angeles, CA to Key West,
FL.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. McCauley
because she has the biggest heart with a
one-of-a kind sweet personality.
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Ian Babcock
Parent/Guardian: Bob & Jan Robinson
I hereby will my ability to listen to dope
Parent/Guardian: (Aunt/Uncle) Tiffany & music to underclassman Trevor Wehba.
Christopher Looney
What classmate, teacher and famous perI hereby will my ability to be Mexican to son would you take with you on a cross
underclassman Jacob Martinez.
country trip and where would you go? I
What classmate, teacher and famous per- would take Skyler Cox to Vegas.
son would you take with you on a cross My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
country road trip and where would you go?
she is chill and cool.
Kamren VanBuskirik, Steven Dunham and
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My favorite teacher is Coach Miller beBrown’s Car Wash
cause he is a great coach and role model.
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Allison Cain
Parent/Guardian: Ian Cain and Denise
Owens
I hereby will my ability to outfield (softball) to underclassman Emily Roden.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? All
my friends, Mrs. Minor and Charlie
Hunnam to travel all around the world.
My favorite teacher is Kirk Prucha because he deals with the “terrible” five
everyday in class 5th hour. (Allison, Bailey,
Emily, Kenzie and Lauren)
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Brookelynn Nicole
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Crystal Beck
Jodie Berryhill
Anthony Bohannan
Parent/Guardian: Brad Beck and Teresa
Renfro
I hereby will my ability to motivate myself
to get up and go to school every day to
underclassman Savannah Renfro.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Shene Swift and Noah McGhaty, Mrs.
Lovett and Harry Styles to Sea World.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Trosclair because she does everything in her power to
help her students achieve their goals and
she lets you know she cares.
Parent/Guardian: Jeffry & Sherry Berryhill
Future Plans: To be a good mom to T.C.
Parent/Guardian: Weylin & Windy
Bohannan
I hereby will my ability to be good-looking
to underclassman Matt Dennis.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Mrs. Miller, I would take her to Hungary.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she trained me to be a state champion.
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Jana Archer
Parent/Guardian: Dana Yarborough and
Jerry Archer
I hereby will my ability to sleep in class to I hereby will my ability to be creative to
underclassman Lezlie Arbuckle.
underclassman Julee Simmons.
What classmate, teacher and famous per- What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross son would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go? country road trip and where would you go?
Myself, Cynthia Alvarez and Mr. Prucha I would take Alyssa Hodges, Mrs. Oakman
would go to all the mountains in the United and John Lennon to Italy.
States.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Oakman beMy favorite teacher is Mr. Prucha because cause she honestly cares about her stuhe lets me leave when I was done with all
dents and is very understanding.
my work.
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Christopher Richard
Burk
I hereby will my ability to exist to underclassman Jaiden Welch.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take Christina Stedman to Antarctica to turn into people popsickles.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she does really good stuff.
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Madison SueEllen
Chisum
Parent/Guardian: Wayne Chisum and
Cindy Anderlohr
I hereby will my ability to memorize what
type of ice is at every store/restaurant to
underclassman Tessa Chisum.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would go to the Netherlands and take
Breanne, Teaspoon, Miss Reed and JoJo.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she taught me and Charli how to fill out an
envelope.
Coltlyn Rayn Clark
Hailey Nicole Corp
Andrew Skyler Cox
Lindsey Michelle Craig
Parent/Guardian: Ryan & Jennifer Clark
I hereby will my ability to sing to underclassman Haley Henderson.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Haley Henderson, Coach Miller and Sam
Hunt to the Bahamas.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she is very kind and an amazing teacher.
Parent/Guardian: Corey Corp and Jennifer
Moseley
I hereby will my ability to do make-up to
underclassman Jaedin Moseley.
If in 10 yeats I ams extremely rich I would
think about giving $1 million to CHS so
they could buy a better band room.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Johnston be-
Parent/Guardian: Kristy Shoestar and
Randall Allen
I hereby will my ability to make people
laugh to underclassman Tayler
Yarborough.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Calobe Elliott, Mrs. Miller and Eminem
we would go to Eminem’s house, Dr. Dre’s
house and travel from Florida to California.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she is my therapist.
Parent/Guardian: Brad & Tiffany Turner
I hereby will my ability to be overly aggressive on the court to underclassman
Carlyn Gay.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Paige Biffle, Mrs. Minor & Liam
Hemsworth at a beach so we can admire
Liam.
My favorite teacher is Coach Minor because he tells everything how it is and we
jam to Keith Whitley in class together.
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cause she likes the same things as me!
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Jaycee Lynn Davis
Chloe Dunlap
Karson Denea Edie
Calobe Ryan Elliott
Tracey Enzenauer
Blake McCord Fisher
Parent/Guardian: Brian Davis and Teri
Patterson
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Shakira to a dance party.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Oakman because she lets me paint what I want since
I’ve taken 5 years of art.
Parent/Guardian: Chuck & Karen Dunlap
I hereby will my ability to sing soprano 1
to all the choir girls.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Cynthia Alvarea, Mrs. Minor
and Teddy Roosevelt and we would road
trip to all the national parks.
My favorite teacher is Candesse Minor
because she has always been here for all of
us and I know I can go to her with any
problems I have.
Parent/Guardian: Heather Brandt & Keith
Edie
I hereby will my ability to enjoy high
school to the fullest to underclassman
Caitlin Allen.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take myself, Mr. Dunham and Lil
Wayne on a hippie excursion and to the
Cochella.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she is the best!
Parent/Guardian: Billy Campbell and
Parent/Guardian: Paul & Harla Enzenauer
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Jodie Berryhill, Mr. Hawkins and Sam
Hunt to North Carolina.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Alvarado because he deals with me even when I’m bad.
Parent/Guardian: Bryan & Melonie Fisher
I hereby will my ability to dance to underclassman Rowdy Rhone.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Keyton Bohannan, Mrs. Miller and James
Franco or Donald Glover to California.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she does everything, seriously.
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Shirleen Elliott
I hereby will my ability to be silent to all
underclassman.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Skyler, Mrs. Oakman and Eminem everywhere.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she does everything for me, she is like a
mom to me and she keeps me aline.
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Alexa Haley French
Kharma Gardner
David Michael Gatliff
Tristan Lee Glancy
Andrew Hayes
Trent Hendricks
Parent/Guardian: Jon & Jennifer French
I hereby will my ability to be super spectacular to underclassmen Haley Holstead.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Heather Pitcock, Mrs. Minor
and Sam Hunt to San Francisco.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Sanders because she does the coolest stuff ever and
she’s super cool.
Parent/Guardian: Tim & Julie Gardner
I hereby will my ability as H20 distribution manager to any underclassman and
hopefully my little sister Anna Gardner
someday.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
All my classmates, Mr. Hinds and Willie
Nelson to the world’s largest mud house in
Kansas and it would be tolerable because
we would have the best Rock N Roll DJ
ever, Mr. Hinds.
My favorite teacher is Danny Blackwell
because he annoys me, encourages me and
always reminds me to “stay out of jail.”
Parent/Guardian: David & Rose Gatliff
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Kyla, Rydder and I would travel to Alaska
to hunt moose.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Michelle Myers
Parent/Guardian: Kara Clark and Joey
Glancy
I hereby will my ability to humor to underclassman Haley Henderson.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Skyler Cox to Hell, Michigan and leave
him there where he belongs.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she takes a lot of crap and still manages to
be a good person.
Parent/Guardian: Bryan & Brandi Hayes
I hereby will my ability to skip school to
underclassman Jacob McClendon.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take all my buddies. I would take
my teacher from Grandview Coach Turner
and I would take Willie Nelson to Oregon.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she is one teacher I like giving a hard time.
Parent/Guardian: Kary & Missy Hendricks
I hereby will my ability to make awesome
sound effects to underclassman Rowdy
Rhone.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take Mrs. Miller, Brandon VanOven
and Tom Holland to see the world’s largest
ball of yarn.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hinds because
he does the impossible!
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because she cares and helped me a lot.
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Chelsea Marie Hill
Bailey Hinshaw
Alyssa Nichole Hodges
Parent/Guardian: Donald & Rachel Hill
I hereby will my ability to go fishing to
underclassmen because it relieves stress.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Jaycee Davis, Mrs. Sanders and Carrie
Underwood on a road trip. We would go
drive to South Padre.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hinds because
he let us go get donuts sometimes.
Parent/Guardian: Steve & Crystal Hinshaw
I hereby will my ability to cheer to underclassman Caylee Ralls.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? All
my friends, Mrs. Minor and Chris
Hemsworth, we would travel to Las Vegas.
My favorite teacher is Kirk Prucha because he lets us play card games.
Parent/Guardian: Randy & Kim Hodges
I hereby will my ability to be brave and
selfless to underclassman Shayson Hodges.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take Jana Archer, Mrs. Minor and
Peeny from the Big Bang Theory and we
would go to California.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she does everything she can to be a great
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Trenton Alexander
Luce
Parent/Guardian: Oliver & Zela Luce
I hereby will my ability to procrastinat to
my little brother.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Donavan, Cameron, Mrs. Miller, Jennifer
Lawrance (because she’s hot) and go party
in Vegas.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she does the nicest things.
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Samantha JoAnn
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Parent/Guardian: Traci Keneda
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Mr. Hawkins and Willie
Nelson and go all around the U.S. to the
most haunted places.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hawkins because he is always nice, has good advice
and a great teacher.
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teacher and an amazing woman!
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Hunter Michael James
Holstead
Parent/Guardian: Louis & Mindy Holstead
I hereby will my ability to procrastinate to
underclassman James Norris.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would go on a cross country road trip with
Breanne Poff to Las Vegas.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Sanders because she does everything in the world for
me. She’s truly the best.
Cameron Maddox
Donavan Lance Martin
Corey Lee McCasland
Parent/Guardian: Donnie Martin & Staci
Smajstrla and Angela Sanchez & Dino
Sanchez.
I hereby will my ability to powerlift to
underclassman who are all in powerlifting.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Trent Luce, Lyndsey Miller, John Cena
and Cameron Maddox to New York City.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she does a great job teaching, but also a
friend when you need one.
I hereby will my ability to work hard to
underclassman Seth.
If in 10 years I am extremely rich I would
think about giving $1 million to FAME so
they could buy what they need at that time.
My favorite teachers are all of my teachers
since I started school because they have
helped me to learn all the knowledge I
know today.
Stephen David Millan
Stony Wayne Mitchell
Parent/Guardian: Tony & Nita Mitchell
I hereby will my ability to being a stud line
backer to underclassman Dusty Mitchell.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Chaz Allen, Mr. Prucha and
Donald Trump to the Bahamas.
My favorite teacher is Larry Reed because
he lets you do anything we want and tells
lots of stories and laughs.
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Wesley Gene
McClendon
Zachary Thomas
Mears
Parent/Guardian: Mark & Tina Hall
I hereby will my ability to be great at
playing spades to underclassman Jacob
Martinez.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Jamison, Mrs. Minor and KD to Belize.
My favorite teacher is Coach Minor be-
Parent/Guardian: Ronnie & Aimee Mears
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would go to Ft. Sill Boulevard with
Daylan Tinline, Mr. Dunham and Billy
Gibbons.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hinds because
we’ve been tight for years.
cause he loves to play spades.
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Parent/Guardian: Janice McDaniel
I hereby will my ability to be awesome to
underclassman Ashley Phelps.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Cody Stonerock and go to every car show.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Garcia because she is a family friend.
Kord Gene Kelly
Parent/Guardian: Kirby & Donna Kelly
I hereby will my ability to skip more days
than allowed and not get caught to underclassman Rein Mayo.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hinds because
he jams to the classics.
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Parent/Guardian: Tori Maddox and Anita
Allmon
I hereby will my ability to thrash in football to underclassman Reece Middick.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Donavan Martin & Trent Luce, Sonya
Grissom, Mat and Ryan, we would all go
to Washington, D.C. and sing to earn
money.
My favorite teacher is Lyndsey Miller
because she believed in me and pushed me
to be the best I can be. She was always
there for me.
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Austin Jamison
Parent/Guardian: Chris & Tammy Jamison
I hereby will my ability to hunt and fish to
underclassman Carson Rouse.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
all she wants is our money.
Emily K’Michele
Morton
Alexia Lynn Newman
Parent/Guardian: Aaron & Jennifer
Ferguson and Robert Newman
Parent/Guardian: Clayton & Jennifer I hereby will my ability to show pigs to
Morton
underclassman Tayler Yarborough.
I hereby will my ability to love animals to What classmate, teacher and famous perunderclassman that are pro animal cruelty. son would you take with you on a cross
What classmate, teacher and famous per- country trip and where would you go?
son would you take with you on a cross Jacey Fye, Shelby Watkins and Read
country road trip and where would you go? Southhall to Florida cause the beach is
My friends, Mrs. Suson and Chace always fun.
Crawford to the upper east side.
My favorite teacher is Jacey Fye because
My favorite teacher is Mr. Prucha because she teaches my favorite class and helped
he always cares about my feelings.
me accomplish all my goals in the FFA.
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Allison Nunley
Parent/Guardian: Stacey Nunley
I hereby will my ability to set goals and
reach them to my sisters and brother.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take my family on a trip to Colorado skiing.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Ressel because
she is very caring and wants me to achieve
my goals.
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Kelin Teagh Parrish
Heather Nicole Pitcock
Sapphira Mercy Plant
Breanne Allison Poff
Parent/Guardian: Marie Parrish
I hereby will my ability to perform vocal
and instrumental music to underclassman
who enjoy music as much as I do.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Gabriel, Mr. Milburn and
Ryan Reynolds to California.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Milburn because he does a fantastic job at getting the
entire band at performance level.
Parent/Guardian: Mark & Anita Pitcock
I hereby will my ability to be helpful in
cosmetology to underclassman Averie
Strunk.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Savannah Ramsey, Mrs. Minor and Adam
Sandler to California.
My favorite teacher is Gerry Rawlings
because she gives me the best advice and
doesn’t let me give up.
Parent/Guardian: Bryan & Wendy Plant
If in 10 years I am extremely rich I would
think about giving $1 million to CHS so
they could build a new school.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Grissom because she is a good teacher. She explained
things very well and she is nice.
Parent/Guardian: Tim & Jenny Poff
I hereby will my ability to procrastinate to
underclassman Kimberly (Teaspoon)
Spoonemore.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Madison, Charli, Kimberly and I would
take Mrs. Minor on a trip to Las Vegas
with Bruno Mars.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she is my second mother.
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Sammie Dale Renfro
Carly Dee Richardson
Parent/Guardian: Dale & Kim Renfro
I hereby will my ability to chase the ladies
to underclassman Jacob Davis.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Coach Minor, Stony Mitchell, George
Strait, we would go up north to the pig
farms.
My favorite teacher is Coach Minor because he does life lessons.
Parent/Guardian: Dewayne & Valerie
Richardson
I hereby will my ability to make 3 pointers
to underclassman Emily Roden & Brooklin
Bain.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
All my friends, Mrs. Minor and Blake
Shelton and we would go to Myrtle Beach,
SC.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Garcia because she lets us have food days and eat
meals and desserts all hour.
Alexus LeeAnna
Rosser
Kendra Osborne
Parent/Guardian: Randy & Peggy Osborne
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Jame Arthur, going to the mountains.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she is one teacher I like giving a hard time.
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Parent/Guardian: Kathy Rosser-Pierce
I hereby will my ability to be confident in
everything I do to underclassman Brooklin
Bain.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
My friends, Mrs. Minor, Miley Cyrus and
Justin Bieber.
My favorite teacher are Mrs. Minor and
Mrs. Sanders because they don’t take crap
from us kids.
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Zachary Zane
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Devin Ray Shrader
Parent/Guardian: Mandy Shrader
If in 10 years I am extremely rich I would
Parent/Guardian:
Jason & Shelly think about giving $1 million to CHS so
Schoolfield and Tina Murray
they could buy better equipment for all the
I hereby will my ability to weld to under- teachers.
classman Kage Phipps.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Trosclaire beWhat classmate, teacher and famous percause she makes it easy to learn.
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Stony Mitchell, Mr. Reed, Dwayne
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My favorite teacher is Mr. Reed because
he helps me realize I have a very good
talent.
Emily Savannah
Ramsey
Parent/Guardian: Gary & Melissa Ramsey
I hereby will my ability to do good in
school and make passing grades to underclassman Dylan Arbuckle.
If in 10 years I am extremely rich I would
think about giving $1 million to CHS so
they could buy new books.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Morgan because she is understanding and is a great
teacher.
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Christina Sidebottom
Parent/Guardian: Tina Sidebottom and Lee
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I hereby will my ability to sing “Let It Go”
to underclassman Sonya T.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take Mr. Hinds, James Franco and
Cameron Maddox to the Bahamas.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hinds because
he has mad teaching skills. YO
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Lakota Bryn Simmons
Hailey Nicole Smith
Lauren Gail Sorrell
Makenzie Sorrell
Christina Stedman
Kyle Stegall
Parent/Guardian: Larry Simmons
I hereby will my ability to not care to
underclassman Jacob Vanbuskirk.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Stephen Millian, Mr. Prucha and Chuck
Norris to fight the ocean.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she is my cousin.
Parent/Guardian: Brad & Jennifer Smith
I hereby will my ability to have a witty
attitude and mad driving skills to underclassman Hayden Smith.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
All my friends, Mrs. Minor and Nathan
Scott to every state.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she puts up with us seniors.
Parent/Guardian: Crystal Sorrell & Drew
Blanton
I hereby will my ability to be the best
cheerleader to underclassman Caylee Ralls.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Me, the “Terrible Five”, Mr. Prucha and
Shakira and we would go to Coachella.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
I’m her favorite student.
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Parent/Guardian: Donald & Christy
Yarbrough
I hereby will my ability to act and debate to
underclassman Jaiden Welch.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go? I
would take Cynthia Alvarez, Lyndsey
Miller and Lynn Gunn to the beach on the
California coast.
My favorite teacher is Lyndsey Miller
because she does everything in her power
to bring out your true self and feel confident that way.
Parent/Guardian: Jeff & Annette Ploss
I hereby will my ability to fish to all
underclassmen.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
John Lennon to New York.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Blackwell because he does whatever it takes to teach
you so you learn.
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Parent/Guardian: Cody Sorrell and Brook
Rice.
I hereby will my ability to smile in cheer to
underclassman Morgan McCauley.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take all my friends, Mr. Prucha
and Chance the Rapper to Orange Beach.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she buys us pizza and puts off the due dates
for essays.
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Mikayla Stephenson
Cody Ray Stonerock
Parent/Guardian: Mike & Stacy
Stephenson
I hereby will my ability to be a vocal allstater to all my favorite choir girls.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Rachel McCurry, Miss Reed
and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragon to
London with me.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she is the most influencial, Godly woman
I’ve ever met and has done so much for me.
I love you Mrs. Miller!
Parent/Guardian: Ray & Debbie Stonerock
I hereby will my ability to procrastinate to
underclassman Taylor McQuinn.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Chris Burk, Mr. Hinds and Chuck Norris
to the Rocky Mountains.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she is the most sarcastic teacher I have ever
had.
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Automn Marie
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Daylan Christopher
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Parent/Guardian: Tonya Throneberry
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
John Brake, Todd Richards and Justin
Bieber would go with me to Paris.
My favorite teacher is Todd Richards because he listens to me work through my
problems.
I hereby will my ability to keep on keepin’
on to underclassman Hayden Smith.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Chaz Allen, Mr. Hinds and Jim Carrey, we
would go to Los Angeles.
My favorite teacher is Jason Hawkins because he is a very chill, patient guy who is
more than willing to help anyone who
needs it.
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Charli Leanne Turner
Parent/Guardian: Shari Cleveland and
Michael Turner
I hereby will my ability to sleep through all
my classes and still be valedictorian to all
the underclassman.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Jordyn, Mrs. Rouse, Bruno Mars and we
are going to Hawaii.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Minor because
she helps me with literally everything.
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Kamren Bryce
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Parent/Guardian: Brian & Michelle
VanBuskirk
I hereby will my ability to wrestle to underclassman Zac Mayes.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Jordyn Morris, Coach Minor and Will
Ferrell to visit every baseball stadium in
the U.S.
My favorite teacher is Coach Miller because he is the man.
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TRIBE PRIDE - CLASS OF 2017
“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”....Dr. Seuss
Brandon Cole
VanOven
Linzie Elizabeth
Waldron
Parent/Guardian: Robin & Shannon
VanOven
I hereby will my ability to drain 3’s to
underclassman Jacob McClendon.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Chris Armijo, Coach Minor and Mila Venus and we would go to the beach.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she genuinely cares for each and everyone
of her students.
Parent/Guardian: Kim Waldron
I hereby will my ability to be dramatic to
underclassman Rachel McCurry.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country trip and where would you go?
Mikayla Stephenson, Mrs. Miller and
David Duchouny to Roswell, New Mexico.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Miller because
she does her best.
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Parent/Guardian: Greg & Rachel Floyd
I hereby will my ability to sleep in class to
underclassman Ashley Floyd.
If in 10 years I am extremely rich I would
think about giving $1 million to CHS so
they could have better extra school activities such as sports, music, etc.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hinds because
he always had some witty way of making
class enjoyable.
Parent/Guardian: Belissa Brade
I hereby will my ability to miss class to
underclassman Veronica Holalde.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Veronica, Coach Miller and Channing
Tatum to Hawaii
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Suson because
she lets me cook and eat food in her class.
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Parent/Guardian: Dewayne & Nichole
McCarty and Billy & Crystal Sharpe
I hereby will my ability to blow off the
haters to underclassman Caitlin Allen.
If in 10 years I am extremely rich I would
think about giving $1 million to CHS so
they could build a food court with Chilis,
Panda Express, Taco Bell, etc.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Hinds because
he’s a great person and gives everyone a
chance!!!
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Sean Williams
Parent/Guardian: Johnnie Williams and
Beverley Morris
I hereby will my ability to keep on giving
Mrs. Minor gray hair to underclassman
Dailen Presgrove.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would go with Azch Galifianakis across
the world.
My favorite teacher is Derek Milburn because he was laid back and chill.
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Parent/Guardian: Charles & Lora Wren
I hereby will my ability to leave class to
underclassman Bryson Stevens.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
Larry Reed and Dakota Alexander to Vegas.
My favorite teacher is Larry Reed because
we always have good conversations and
leave class.
Parent/Guardian: Nelson & Cynthia Young
I hereby will my ability to be sassy to
underclassman Caylee Ralls.
What classmate, teacher and famous person would you take with you on a cross
country road trip and where would you go?
I would take Charli Turner, Mrs. Oakman
and Cody Johnson and we would got to
float the river.
My favorite teacher is Mrs. Oakman because she does nothing but love and support me in everything and she is super
sweet!
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE
COUNTY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
VERNITA JONES-CROSS
Plaintiff
vs.
JANIERA S. MARIAS,
Defendant.
No. CS-2013-672
JUDGE HARRIS
PUBLICATION NOTICE
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
TO: JANIERA S. MARIAS
You are hereby notified that an action has been
filed in the District Court of Comanche County,
State of Oklahoma, styled Vernita Jones-Cross vs.
Janiera S. Marias, alleging that Plaintiff is entitled
to judgment against the Defendant.
You are hereby notifiede that you have been sued
and must answer the Petition filed by Plaintiff on or
before the 20th day of June 2017, or the allegations
contained in said Petition will be taken as true and
judgment entered thereon against you as prayede
for in Plaintiff’s Petition in the amount of $7,013.56.
Given under my hand and seal this 21 day of April,
2017.
Court Clerk
By: /s/ Denise Wilson
Deputy
(Seal)
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In the District Court of Stephens County
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RE: Application of Cufford Marvin Leonnas
Johnson
for license as a Statewide Private
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No. PSS-17-3
Public Notice - Private Process Server
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Notice is hereby given that Cufford Marvin
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District Court of Stephens County, State of
Oklahoma, in accordance with the provisions
and requirements of 12 O.S. § 158.1, for a
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STATE OF OKLAHOMA
PROGRESSIVE DIRECT INSURANCE
as subrogee of Jeff B. Foster,
Plaintiff,
vs.
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Case No. CJ-2016-699
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TO: WILLIAM STEVENSON
You are hereby notified that an action has
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Direct Insurance vs. William Stevenson, alleging that Plaintiff is entitled to judgmet against
the Defendant.
You are hereby notified that you have been
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or the allegations contained in said Petition
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THE BOARD OF STEPHENS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS met in regular session May 8, 2017
with Dee Bowen, Chairman; David McCarley, ViceChairman; Todd Churchman, Member; and Jenny
Moore, County Clerk, present.
Others present: List in County Clerk’s Office.
Agenda filed 5-4-17 @ 3:22 P.M. and posted at the
front entrance of the Courthouse and Commissioners’ meeting room.
Chairman Bowen called the meeting to order.
Motion by Churchman, seconded by McCarley to
approve
minutes
of
previous
meeting.Voting:Bowen, aye; Churchman, aye;
McCarley, aye.
Motion by Bowen, seconded by McCarley to approve the payment of purchase orders and the issuance of blanket purchase orders.Voting:Bowen,
aye; Churchman, aye; McCarley, aye.
Motion by McCarley, seconded by Bowen to approve County Officer Monthly Reports for Sheriff,
Treasurer, County Clerk, Assessor, Court Clerk,
Election Board, Fairgrounds, Health, Official Depository, Commissary, and Commissioner Report
for April, 2017.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley, aye;
Churchman, aye.
Motion by McCarley, seconded by Churchman to
approve Cash Fund Estimate of Needs and Request
for Appropriations.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley,
aye; Churchman, aye. Assessor Visual Inspection:
CA-2, M & O, $1.91; County Assessor Revolving
Fund: CARF-2, M & O, $739.50; Clerk Lien Fee:
CC-1, Personal Services, $4200.25; Sheriff Fee:
CS-2, M & O, $27,933.20, CS-5, Courthouse Security, $2,981.91; Treasurer Mortgage Fee: CT-3,
Capital Outlay, $645.00; Emergency and Transportation Revolving Fund: ETR-2, M & O, $400,000.00;
Fire Department/Nutrition Fund: FDN-BRAY-2,
M & O, $5,728.22, FDN-CEN-2, M & O, $5,728.22,
FDN-COM-3, Capital Outlay, $5,728.22, FDNCOR-2, M & O, $5,728.22, FDN-DOY-2, M & O,
$5,728.22, FDN-DUN-3, Capital Outlay, $5,728.22,
FDN-EMP-2, M & O, $4,728.22, FDN-EMP-3,
$1,000.00, FDN-LOCO-2, M & O, $5,728.22, FDNMAR-2, M & O, $5,728.22, FDN-MER-2, M & O,
$5,728.22, FDN-OAK-2, M & O, $5,728.22, FDNVEL-2, M & O, $2,864.11, FDN-VEL-3, Capital
Outlay, $2,864.11, FDN-CNT-2, M & O, $1,088.36,
FDN-DNNT-2, M & O, $2,634.97, FDN-DSNT-2,
M & O, $515.54, FDN-MNT-2, M & O, $973.80,
FDN-VNT-2, M & O, $515.54; Free Fair: FF-2, M
& O, $11,002.00; Governmental Building Authority Fair: GBAF-2, M & O, $60,258.02; Governmental Building Authority Fair-OP: GBAF-OP-1,
Personal Services, $40,000.00, GBAF-OP-2, M &
O, $25,000.00; Governmental Building Authority
Jail: GBAJ-2, M & O, $1,378.70; Governmental
Building Authority Jail-OP: GBAJ-OP-1, Personal
Services, $120,000.00, GBAJ-OP-2, M & O,
$29,074.45; Landline 911 Fee: LDLF-1, Personal
Services, $5,400.00, LDLF-2, M & O, $14,184.63;
Law Library: LL, M & O, $2,510.00; Records
Management & Preservation: RMP-1, Personal
Services, $6,360.00; Stephens County Drug Court:
SCDC-1, Personal Services, $4,166.66; Sheriff
Housing: SH-2, M & O, $20,865.00, SHC-1, Personal Services, $19,000.00; Sheriff Jail Commissary: SJC-1, Personal Services, $3,800.00, SJC-2,
M & O, $13,460.46; Wireless 911 Fee: WF-2, M &
O, $2.43; Highway: CBRI D1, County Bridge &
Road Improvement, $9,552.35, CBRI D2, County
Bridge & Road Improvement, $9,552.36, CBRI
D3, County Bridge & Road Improvement, T-2A
D1, M & O, $439.13, T-2A D1, M & O, $1,000.00,
T-2A D1, M & O, $1,000.00, T-2A D1, M & O,
$1,031.90, T-3 D2, Capital Outlay, $13,800.00, T3 D3, Capital Outlay, $26,735.20, T-3 D3, Capital
Outlay, $22,080.00, T-1A, Personal Services,
$215,000.00, T-2A, M & O, $321,539.59, T-2B,
Lease Purchase, $11,400.00, T-3, Capital Outlay,
$25,500.00.
Motion by Bowen, seconded by Churchman to
approve the Allocation of Alcoholic Beverage Tax
and Motor Vehicle Collections for April,
2017.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley, aye; Churchman, aye Alcohol Beverage: Duncan $10,217.74,
Marlow $2,032.99, Comanche $725.20, Bray
$527.22, Central $522.86, Empire $416.45, Velma
$270.37, Loco $53.20 – Total $14,766.03; Motor
Vehicle Collections: Duncan $14,343.01, Marlow
$2,836.37, Comanche $1,003.29, Bray $736.57,
Central $731.01, Empire $569.87, Velma $377.85,
Loco $74.71–Total $20,672.68
Bid #2017-22 was opened for Rock to be picked up
and used by Districts #1, #2, and #3. Bids were
received from: Martin Marietta, 1404 SW 89th St,
Oklahoma City, OK 73159-6305; Red Rock Pit
Inc., P.O. Box 238, Connerville, OK 74836;
Tishomingo Sand & Gravel, P.O. Box 238,
Connerville, OK 74836; and Dolese, P.O. Box 677,
Oklahoma City, OK 73101-0677.Motion by Bowen,
seconded by Churchman to award bid to Martin
Marietta as 1st Choice then Dolese as 2nd choice to
purchase from vendor closest to work
location.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley, aye;
Churchman, aye.
Bid #2017-23 was opened for the purchase and
delivery of Concrete to be used by Stephens County
at various locations and project sites within the
County. One bid was received from Dolese, P.O.
Box 677, Oklahoma City, OK 73101-0677.Motion
by Bowen, seconded by McCarley to award bid to
Dolese.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley, aye; Churchman, aye.
Bid #2017-24 was opened for the purchase and
delivery of Bridge Material to be used by Stephens
County at various locations and project sites within
the County. Bids were received from Sunbelt Equipment & Supply, 103147 S. Hwy 18, Meeker, OK
74855 and The Railroad Yard, P.O. Box 2283,
Stillwater, OK 74076. Motion by Churchman, seconded by McCarley to award bid to Sunbelt Equip-
ment & Supply for Structural Steel, in fabricated
lengths as requested (new); New Black Interlocking
or Galvanized Sheet Piling: 10 GA/Galv/19.7 X 2’
Truckload Sheet Order, 10 GA/Black/18” X 2’
Truckload Sheet Order, 10 GA/Galv/19.7 X 2’ min
3,000 SF Sheet Order, 10 GA/Black/18” X 2’ min
3,000 SF Sheet Order, 10GA/Galv 19.7 X 2’ any
Sheet Order, 10GA/Black/18” X 2’ any Sheet Order; Painted Steel Decking, new or used Wide
Flange Beams (no welds or spliced beams) 10”/18”/
24”; Rebar (grade 60)1/2”/5/8”; Channel Iron: 4”
5.4#ft/7” 9.8#ft; Slab Bolster: 1”/4”; Slab Spacers:
1”/4” and to the Railroad Yard for Structural Steel
in Fabricated Lengths as Requested (new and used);
New Steel H-Beams: 10” X 10” 42# per ft.; Angle
Iron: 4” X 4” X ” per ft.; Channel Iron: 4” 5.4”
ft.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley, aye; Churchman,
aye. (Prices available in County Clerk’s Office)
Bid #2017-25 was opened for Oil & Emulsion to be
picked up and used for projects in Districts #1, #2,
#3. Bids were received from: Vance Brothers, P.O.
Box 300107, Kansas City, MO 64130-0107; Asphalt & Fuel Supply, 4200 E. Skelly Dr., Ste. 600,
Tulsa, OK 74135-3210; CED7 County Energy District Authority, P.O. Box 337, Clinton, OK 736010337; Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc., 9301 SW
Koch St., Lawton, OK 73505; and Coastal Energy
Corporation, P.O. Box 218, Willow Springs, MO
65793.Motion by Bowen, seconded by Churchman
to award bid to Ergon.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley,
aye; Churchman, aye.
Motion by Bowen, seconded by McCarley to approve a Transfer of Appropriation within the Fire
Department/Nutrition Fund and the Clerk Lien Fee
Fund.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley, aye; Churchman, aye. FDN-DOY-2, M & O, $7,050.00 to
FDN-DOY-3, Capital Outlay, $7,050.00; CC-2, M
& O, $2,000.00 to CC-1C, Travel, $2,000.00.
Motion by Churchman, seconded by Bowen to
adopt Declaration of Surplus Resolution #2017-29
pertaining to the following pieces of equipment for
District #2.Voting: Bowen, aye; McCarley, aye;
Churchman, aye.HP Dual Core Computer with 22”
LCD Monitor, ID# D2-220-0033; Dell Dimension
3000 Series, ID# D2-220-0030; Chicago Pneumatic
Zip Gun, ID# D2-322-0011; Motorola M-214 Radio W/ Antenna, ID# D2-443-008
The Board acknowledged a Letter of Resignation
presented by E911 Director, Mark Suson effective
May 31, 2017. The Board expressed their appreciation for his service the last 6 years.
Motion by Bowen, seconded by Churchman to raise
the pay of Fairgrounds employee, Sonya Mullen, to
the current groundskeeper pay.Voting:Bowen, aye;
McCarley, aye; Churchman, aye.
Shannon Duncan addressed the Board about land
that he owns in District #1 at MedCalf and
Railroad.After having his land surveyed so that he
can erect a fence, it was discovered that the corner
of his property ends in the asphalted right-of-way.
Duncan shared that the road is estimated to be 10’
wider than it should be at the curve. McCarley
stated that the curve has always been there and
changing the road is just not feasible.Duncan agreed
that the curve has always been there, but the added
asphalt has not.The Board was unsure of the legal
obligation on the County’s part and the owner’s
part.Chairman Bowen encouraged McCarley and
Duncan to work things out, but McCarley expressed
his need for an opinion from District Attorney Hicks
in order to resolve things.Bowen asked McCarley if
he would visit with Hicks about the situation and
McCarley said he would as long as Duncan got him
all the information.Duncan had pictures and a survey he could give McCarley.
Series 2016-2017 CASH HWY FUND LEASE
PURCHASE 004747 PROSPERITY BANK
1676.09; M & O 000250 HENDERSON SUPPLY
31.80; 000315 ATLAS-TUCK CONCRETE INC
983.88; 001304 McCOYS BUILDING SUPPLY
89.94; 002084 3B INDUSTRIES 135.00; 002097
DUNCAN BUILDERS SUPPLY 16.13; 002604
WOOLSEYS OFFICE PRODUCTS 43.28; 002670
T & G CONSTRUCTION INC 1014.22; 003047 T
& G CONSTRUCTION INC 1092.81; 003458
MONTGOMERY TIRE SERVICE 144.00; 003485
KIRBY SMITH MACHINERY INC 104.26; 003754
GRISSOM IMPLEMENT 246.52; 003923
MARLOW LUMBER CO INC 94.36; 003925
OTASCO/COAST TO COAST HOME & AUTO
117.86; 003934 COMANCHE SEED 758.55;
004340 C L BOYD COMPANY 2596.24; 004341
DISCOUNT AUTO SUPPLY 1022.16; 004348
STANDRIDGE OF DUNCAN 459.84; 004350
DOLESE BROS CO 5062.15; 004352 STEPHENS
COUNTY RWD #5 171.60; 004358 JAMES SUPPLIES LLC 27.45; 004359 HARRY BROWN
SALES CORP 64.50; 004360 H G JENKINS CONSTRUCTION CO 10585.58; 004364 MARSHALL
AUTO PARTS 476.21; 004365 MARTIN
MARIETTA MATERIALS SW 2143.06; 004366
MONTGOMERY TIRE SERVICE 227.00; 004368
SPRINGHOUSE WATER 33.99; 004369
STANDRIDGE OF DUNCAN 2190.19; 004371
WAGNER SUPPLY 123.09; 004402 DOLESE
BROS CO 1831.32; 004439 MARTIN MARIETTA
MATERIALS SW 16237.95; 004470 SHRED
AWAY SHREDDING INC 15.00; 004474 ACE
HARDWARE 39.68; 004555 W DOUGLASS DISTRIBUTING, DBA ASHLEY DOUGLAS 2658.70;
004586 URGENT MED 139.00; 004595 DUB
ROSS COMPANY 4459.16; 004676 T & W TIRE
CO 322.20; 004719 HERCULES TIRES 797.74;
004744 DIRECT DISCOUNT TIRE 1694.00;
004819 DUNCAN BANNER 108.05; 004820
DUNCAN BANNER 98.15; 004825 W
DOUGLASS DISTRIBUTING, DBA ASHLEY
DOUGLAS 900.90; 004832 T & W TIRE CO
160.89; 004844 DUNCAN PUBLIC UTILITIES
AUTHORITY 491.57; 004845 HERCULES TIRES
212.04; 004853 SHRED AWAY SHREDDING
INC 15.00; 004907 WASTE CONNECTIONS INC
64.00; 004908 WASTE CONNECTIONS INC
64.00; 004909 CENTERPOINT ENERGY 61.16;
004911 CITY OF MARLOW 84.20; 004923
WASTE CONNECTIONS INC 64.00; 004924
COMANCHE PUBLIC WORKS AUTH 393.59;
TRAVEL 004803 MCCARLEY, DAVID D 86.56;
004829 O NEAL, TYLER C 12.75;CIV EMER
MGMT CAPITAL OUTLAY 004837 DON
EVANS TRAILERS 2455.00; M & O 004824
POWER PRINT 184.90; Payroll 004926 Gross
Payroll 595.92;FIRE DEPT/NUTRITION CAPITAL OUTLAY 004854 WELCH STATE BANK
5245.52; 004855 WELCH STATE BANK 7414.40;
M & O 004458 CABLE MEAT CO 417.95; 004461
MARLOW FOOD MARKET 310.35; 004497
HOMELAND GROCERY 91.57; 004498 SOUTHWEST FOODS 728.06; 004499 CABLE MEAT
CO 231.39; 004910 WASTE CONNECTIONS INC
41.76;FREE FAIR M & O 004120 COMDATA
CORP 323.04; 004249 LIBERTY FLAGS INC
177.20; 004250 ACE HARDWARE 297.70; 004254
DUNCAN BUILDERS SUPPLY 43.62; 004258
BENNETT OFFICE EQUIPMENT 213.58; 004437
DUNCAN BUILDERS SUPPLY 358.50; 004846
GREAT PLAINS EQUIPMENT SALES 21.58;
004852 CLIMATE CONTROL CO 80.00; 004883
A T & T 50.87; 004913 THORNTON PUMP &
SUPPLY 272.08; 004914 CENTERPOINT ENERGY 369.98; 004922 US POST OFFICE
196.00;GENERAL FUND E911 004918 PIONEER
TELEPHONE COOP INC 33.72; M & O 003243
ERIKS PIT STOP 66.64; 003652 SHRED AWAY
SHREDDING INC 15.00; 003667 SHRED AWAY
SHREDDING INC 15.00; 003680 BANCFIRST
684.72; 004022 CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING 63.50; 004098 DUNCAN BUILDERS
SUPPLY 36.94; 004102 ACE HARDWARE 71.86;
004105 COMDATA CORP 183.02; 004176 CIT
129.90; 004228 STANDLEY SYSTEMS 244.87;
004329 COUNTY CLERKS & DEPUTIES ASSOC
40.00;
004839
DUNCAN
PUBLIC
UTILITIES AUTHORITY 43.77; 004840
DUNCAN PUBLIC UTILITIES AUTHORITY
80.27; Payroll 004929 Gross Payroll 96.00; 004930
Gross Payroll 23.18; TRAVEL 002637 OSU-CTP
125.00; 004157 CROWNE PLAZA OKC 178.00;
GOV BLDG AUTH SALES TAX-FAIR CAPITAL OUTLAY 003845 ARROW SIGN COMPANY 71350.00; M & O 004897 BANCFIRST
SERIES 2014 REV BONDS 55853.13;GOV BLDG
AUTH SALES TAX-FAIR OPERATIONS Payroll 004927 Gross Payroll 16.15;GOV BLDG AUTH
SALES TAX-JAIL M & O 004431 WINSUPPLY
OF OKLAHOMA CITY, WINWHOLESALE
COMMERICA 416.65; SUPPLEMENTAL OPERATIONS 004380 SYSCO 10734.88; 004383
WAGNER SUPPLY 1844.75;GOV BLDG AUTH
SALES TAX-JAIL-OPERATION M & O 004220
MARSHALL AUTO PARTS 32.04; 004224 CIT
85.87; 004482 D S SERVICES OF AMERICA
68.09; 004838 MODERN COMM SYSTEMS INC
163.00; 004932 PIONEER TELEPHONE COOP
INC 33.71; Payroll 004928 Gross Payroll
2087.36;HEALTH M & O 004242 DUMAS, WINSTON 1000.00; 004407 OKLA STATE DEPT OF
HEALTH 5009.68; 004920 CENTERPOINT ENERGY 210.20; TRAVEL 002561 BOWEN,
KRISTY 62.51; 003555 DEAN, KRISTIN 125.99;
003885 MARIA GONZALEZ 31.96; 004308
BOWEN, KRISTY 160.00; 004309 DENNIS, TIFFANY 240.28; 004310 WRIGHT, REGINA 153.45;
004726 MIKESELL, JENNIFER 124.16;LAND
LINE 911 FEE M & O 004898 STEPHENS CO
SHERIFF HOUSING COMM. 11500.00;SHERIFF FEE M & O 004196 US FLEET TRACKING
CORP. 39.95; 004478 D S SERVICES OF
AMERICA 41.34;SHERIFF HOUSING CAPITAL
OUTLAY 002929 BOB MOORE FORD 83766.00;
003627 METRO EMERGENCY UPFITTERS
26490.00; 004073 OKLA CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 683.30; M & O 002893 BUSINESS
IMAGING SYSTEMS 553.00; 003628 METRO
EMERGENCY UPFITTERS 17715.00; 004204
CIT 56.05; 004209 VERIZON WIRELESS 76.02;
004480 D S SERVICES OF AMERICA 20.16;
004725 SECRETARY OF STATE 10.00; 004841
OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION 43.50; 004842
OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION 43.50; 004843
OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION 43.50; 004850
DUNCAN LOCK & KEY 13.80;SHERIFF JAIL
COMMISSARY M & O 004202 CIT 56.05; 004746
US POST OFFICE 490.00; 004806 MID STATES
SERVICES 1345.01; 004807 MID STATES SERVICES 208.25; 004851 OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION 419.45; TREAS MTG FEE M & O
003903 SHRED AWAY SHREDDING INC 15.00;
All items approved this date are on file in the
County Clerk’s Office.
Motion by McCarley, seconded by Churchman to
adjourn meeting.Voting:Bowen, aye; McCarley,
aye; Churchman, aye.
BOARD OF STEPHENS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
/s/ Dee Bowen Dee Bowen, Chairman
/s/ David McCarley David McCarley, Vice Chairman
/s/ Todd Churchman Todd Churchman, Member
Attest:
/s/ Jenny Moore
Jenny Moore, County Clerk
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Comanche, Oklahoma
BEST
Hometown Anywhere!
LIVING ESTATE AUCTION
Saturday May 20th, 201 10 a.m.
211 East 5th Street, Hastings, OK 3548
Preview of Sale: Friday May 19th, 1pm-6pm
Directions: From Comanche go West
.1 miles to Corum Road, turn South and go 9.1 miles to the stop sign. Continue South to 5th Street, turn
West and go 1 block.
Scroggins Auction Service has been commissioned to offer at public auction the Personal Property and Real Estate of Mrs. Mary Lou Lilley-Stevenson.
Real Estate Consists of: Very nice home with 2,545 sq. ft., 2 story, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 6 lots with CH&A & window units upstairs,
Sitting Room & Office. Also includes a 20x25 shop building, carport, storm cellar, 12x10 storage building w/open side. New Roof, Windows and
Siding in 2013.
House shown by appointment only. Contact: Parker Scroggins 5 0-656-4416
For photos: Log onto www.auctionzip.com Enter Auctioneer ID# 1
AUCTION ITEMS
CRAFTSMAN: Hammer Drill, 6" Bench Grinder, Router, 10 " Compound Miter Saw, 96 Piece Mechanic Tool Set, 2 Ton Jack, Cutting Tool Rotary Trim Cutter,
Leaf Blower 25cc gas, 10" Table Saw 2.hp, 1 " Chainsaw 42cc, 20" Chainsaw 46cc, 3/ " Drill Driver, 1/4" Skill Saw, Nailer/Sta
pler Kit 1 Gauge, 1/4" Circular
Saw, hp/1 " Roto Tiller, 12 Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Multi-Tool, 12 Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Right/Angle Impact Driver, 12 Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Auto
Hammer. BLACK & DECKER: Zip Saw, 1/4" Skill Saw, 1/2" Power Band Saw. Weedeater GHT-22 Hedge Trimmer, Wagner Airless Paint Sprayers, Echo Gas
Weedeater, 9"Drill Press, Delta 4" Belt & 6" Disc Sander, Shop Vac 16 Gallon 6.5hp, Simer Submersible Pump, 26" Huffy Bicycle, 40 Piece Tap & Die Set, Dremel
Cordless Rotary Tool, Airworks Portable 12 Gallon Air Tank, Coleman 11 Gallon Stand Up Air Compressor, 10" Montgomery Ward Power Kraft Radial Arm Saw, Small
Troy Bilt Roto Tiller, Bolens 21" cut push Mower, Troy Bilt TB225 Roto Tiller, Hand Saws, Sanders, Levels, Vices, C-Clamps, Saw Horses, Old Windows, Old Doors,
Woodworking Drill Bit Set, Workshops Drill Bit Set, Fish Fryer & Turkey Fryer, Misc Fishing Equipment, Lots of Hand Tools/Yard Tools/Lumber, Electric Wheelchair
Scooter. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Crystal, China Hutches, Entertainment Center, TV's, Stereos, Hall Trees, Cedar Chests, Large Coffee Table, End Tables, Shelves,
2 Large Corner Shelves, Lamps, Hanging Lamps, Standing Lamps, Futon, Directors Chair, 4 Metal Chairs, Area Rugs, Board Games, Keyboard, Jenny Lind Twin Trundle
Bed, Sconces, Faux Trees, Printers Trays, Old Bed Pan, Antique Pie/Kitchen Cabinet (Shefco), Duncan Phyfe Drop Leaf Table w/4 Chairs, Old Butter Churn, Milk Can,
Kenmore Freezer, Old Plow, Wheel Barrows, Gorilla Cart Wagon, Pictures, Mirrors, Ironing Board w/shelves, Crock && Glass Drink Dispensers, Chest Drawers, White
Vanity, Nightstands, King Size Bed, Quilt Racks, Quilt Making Stand, Vanity, Dresser w/Mirror, Office Desk, Small Table w/Chair, Buffet, Teacart, Oak Dining Table
w/leaf, Gun Cabinet, Roll Top Desk, Wicker Seat, Wicker Baskets, Sewing Machine w/Cabinet, Storage Cabinets, File Cabinets, Blue Bench for Outside, Bar Stools.
This is just a partial list of items. This MUCH, Much More, too numerous to list. DON'T MISS THIS ONE!!!Food available to purchase
courtesy of LaFortuna Restaurant in Duncan!!!
Auctioneers Message: This is an absolute auction, no reserve on Personal Property. Everything will sell to the highest bidder. Announcements made
day of sale supersede any previous advertisements. Everything sells AS IS, WHERE IS. Terms & Conditions of Personal Property: Cash,
Personal Check & Company Check accepted with positive ID. Buyers MUST provide a copy of SALES TAX PERMIT to avoid sales tax. Terms
& Conditions of Real Estate: 5% Earnest Money down day of sale.
Scroggins Auction Service Land Pros Real Estate & Auction Co.
Auctioneer-Parker Scroggins Broker-Todd Robertson
58 0-656-4416 Sales Associate-Parker Scroggins
228 Oak Main, Comanche, OK 73529
580-439-5457
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