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									Allen Seniors & Parents to be Honored Friday
  Senior night, honoring the        unable to attend the ceremony,          Kinsey Brown is the daugh-           Conner Johnson is the son of   Christina Mead and Rick
AHS students for their dedica-      Shelby Merriman and Da-               ter of Wade and LeAnna Brown         Monte and Brenda Johnson.        Mead.
tion to their school programs,      vid Barlow, are attending the         and Taffy Harman.                      Heather McCarn is the            Josh Remis is the son of Ra-
will be held this Friday evening    National FFA Conference in              Zack Conley is the son of          daughter of Mike and Marsha      mona Remis.
prior to the Allen/Paoli football   Indianapolis, Indiana and will        Todd and Michelle Conley and         McCarn.                            Michael Stick is the son
game. The festivities will be-      be honored during the basket-         Kenna and Randy Garrett.               Robert McMillin is the son     of Summer Stick and Victor
gin at 6:30 p.m. Honored will       ball senior night. Those to be          Shelby Greenhill is the            of Kerry and Darrel Hooser       Smith.
be 12 senior football players,      honored this Friday are:              daughter of Lisa Greenhill           and Neal McMillin                  A special thank you goes
band members, cheerleaders            Hailee Alcaida is the daugh-        and Dan Greenhill.                     Kaitlyn Prince is the daugh-   to the Football Booster Club
and choir members.                  ter of Gina and Chase Al-               Coty Hopper is the son of          ter of Kirsty Prince.            for providing corsages to the
  Two AHS seniors will be           caida.                                Mike and Marlene Hopper.               Daniel Mead is the son of      moms.



                                                                                                                                                  The Gerty community will
                                                                                                                                                be holding their annual Hal-
                                                                                                                                                loween Get-Together on Sat-
                                                                                                                                                urday, October 27th, at 6:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                in the Gerty Park. Everyone is
                                                                                                                                                invited to come out and enjoy
                                                                                                                                                free hot dogs and drinks, and
                                                                                                                                                enter the costume contest. A
                                                                                                                                                prize will be awarded for the
                                                                                                                                                Best Costume.
                                                                                                                                                 UP Church Fall
                                                                                                                                                Festival Saturday
                                                                                                                                                  The Allen United Pentecostal
                                                                                                                                                Church will be hosting their
                                                                                                                                                annual Fall Festival on Satur-
                                                                                                                                                day, October 27th, beginning
                                                                                                                                                at 4:00 p.m. The Festival will
                                                                                                                                                be located in the 100 block of
                                                                                                                                                West Main Street, between The
                                                                                                                                                Advocate office and Criswell’s
                                                                                                                                                  There will be lots of games,
                                                                                                                                                two bounce houses, nachos,
                                                                                                                                                drinks and maybe even a pup-
                                                                                                                                                pet show. Everything is free.
                                                                                                                                                Please make sure your children
                                                                                                                                                have a basket with them for
                                                                                                                                                candy as each game will be
                                                                                                                                                passing it out.
                                                                                                                                                 Neighbor Cleanup
                                                                                                                                                  Day is Saturday
                                                                                                                                                   Will You Help?
                                                                                                          It is hoped that you will help
                                                                                                        by volunteering to help your
                                                                                                        neighbors in need.
                                                                                                          Volunteers will meet at the
                                                                                                        city park at 8:30 am and are
                                                                                                        asked to furnish their tools for
                                                                                                        cleaning (rakes, weedeaters,
                                                                                                        mowers, etc.); trash bags will
                                                                                                        be furnished.
                                                                                                          Hopefully all who need
                                                                                                        help will call Joy Anderson at
                                                                                                        857-1020, Dianna Brannan at
                                                                                                        857-2687, or Brenda Allen at
                                                                                                        857-2428 with their requests.
                                                                                                        Please call in advance so you
                                                                                                        can be placed on the list.
                                                                                                          Volunteers will be asked
                                                                                                        to clean up, mow, haul trash,
                                                                                                        furniture or appliances. The
                                                                                                        Allen dump will be open that
                                                                                                        day, so please dispose items
  You Just Gotta Have A Pumpkin For Halloween! Kasen and Jaxson Linker chose theirs on a recent trip to responsibly. The goal is to help
the Pumpkin Patch. Now they’re ready to Trick-or-Treat in Allen next Tuesday evening, October 30th.     all who need help, so please

Allen Blood Drive is Monday
  Blood donors can show their         Each blood donor will receive          Any donor who prefers to sup-
community and school spirit by                                                                                 school spirit dur-
                                    the choice of a free University       port Children’s Miracle Network
donating with Oklahoma Blood                                                                                   ing football sea-
                                    of Oklahoma or Oklahoma State         Hospitals - locally, Children’s
Institute (OBI) Monday, October                                                                                son.”
                                    University blood donor T-shirt        Hospital Foundation - can forgo
29th. Allen High School is spon-    and a chance to win a pair of tick-   the T-shirt. In turn, Oklahoma
soring a blood drive from 9 a.m.    ets to the 2012 Bedlam football       Blood Institute will make a mon-                             Trick or Treat
to 1 p.m., at 110 N. Richmond.      game.*                                etary donation of similar value to                          will be observed
                                                                          Children’s Hospital Foundation.                             in the Town of
Masonic Breakfast Saturday                                                It’s a chance to ‘doubly give’ to
                                                                          local children battling critical
                                                                                                                                          Allen on
   The Allen Masonic Lodge will be serving breakfast from 7:00
                                                                          health conditions.                                            October 30
to 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 27th. The fundraiser will be
                                                                             “One in three people will need
held at the lodge on West Broadway. A menu of sausage, bis-
                                                                          blood in a lifetime,” said John
cuits, gravy, scrambled eggs, hash browns and coffee has been             Armitage, president and CEO of
planned.                                                                  Oklahoma Blood Institute. “That
   Due to the increasing cost of food and supplies the Masons             is why we are asking everyone to
will now be charging $8 per breakfast. Additional donations               show community support through
will be accepted and greatly appreciated.                                 blood donation along with their
                                                                         Baby Ruths were prescribed

                     Country                                          for chronic fatigue. Their
                                                                      claim was “according to calo-
                                                                                                            Skelton’s Dive- N
                                                                      rimetric tests, a person weigh-               401 E Hwy 1 • (580)857-1234
                     Comments                                         ing 120 pounds can drive a
                                                                      car continuously for six hours
                                                                      and 40 minutes on the energy
                                                                                                                  Drive thru - walk up - outhouse
                                                                                                              or use our convenient Golf
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                                                                      contained in one Baby Ruth.”
                  by Bill Robinson, Publisher                            Milky Way bars were pre-                        2 to 4
                                                                      scribed for Vitamin A defi-                   Drinks Half Price
                                                                      ciency. Their claim was that          New on Menu:
   As a youngster I never had a “store bought” Halloween cos-         it contained Vitamin A, noted
tume. I can remember dressing up as a cowboy and a ghost              chiefly for boosting growth and     Turkey Legs
but it was always with items that we already had.                     preventing infections, and the
                                                                      Sunshine Vitamin D, which
                                                                                                          Baked Potato                         Hours
                                                                                                                                         10-10 Sun - Thurs
   As one who never spent a dollar on a Halloween costume,
you can imagine my surprise when I read this past week that           prevents rickets.                   Tacos                            10 - midnight
                                                                                                                                             Fri & Sat
Americans will spend $370-million on Halloween costumes .                So, if you want to be really
. . for their pets!                                                   healthy, eat more candy.
   That is $70-million more than last year. An estimated 15-                        —CC—
                                                                         For those that eat too much

                                                                                                              Allen Dollar
percent of pet owners will buy outfits for their pets. If you are
one of those, please bring your pet by the office so we can take      candy at Halloween and de-
a picture.                                                            cide to go on a diet, Patricia
                              —CC—                                    Lansma shares one of her
   Halloween was one of my favorite days as a child. We seldom
got candy except on holidays and Halloween was the one time
                                                                      favorite “diet” recipes . . .
                                                                         My three sisters and I have
                                                                                                                & More $tore
we could get a sack full of different treats.                         weight problems and are al-             206 E. Broadway • Allen, OK • (580)857-2739
   To this day I love candy. In fact, Dayna and I ate at Cracker      ways sharing diet tips. One
                                                                      day my oldest sister was show-
barrel this weekend and on the way out I bought six packages
of candy. You would think that would last a long time but it          ing us a low-fat cookbook and
didn’t.                                                               pointed out a chicken dish
   How different candy bars got their names is very interest-         she had tried the night before.
   Mr. Goodbar owes its name to bad hearing. When manage-
                                                                      Reading the ingredients, I
                                                                      commented, “It looks like it
                                                                      would taste really bland.”
ment first tried the new chocolate-and-peanut bar in 1925, a
taster said, “That’s a good bar.” Milton Hershey misheard the
remark as “Mr. Goodbar” and kept the name.
                                                                         “It did,” she replied, “un-
                                                                      til I added cheese and sour
   Junior Mints is a pun on the popular Broadway play from the
1940s Junior Miss. Get it?                                               And, on a more local note,
                                                                      my good friend Dianna Bran-
                                                                                                                   Purses • Halloween Masks •
   Tootsie Rolls borrowed the nickname of creator Leo Hirsh-
field’s daughter.                                                     nan tells a story about her                            Make-up
   Kit Kat debuted in 1935 as Rowntree’s Chocolate Crisp.             grandmother’s favorite diet
Two years later, it changed its name to Kit Kat as a nod to the       food . . . Slim Fast. Of course         Men & Women’s
Kit-Cat Club, an early 18th century British men’s club.               she always added two scoops
                                                                      of ice cream to make it taste
                                                                                                                Camo - Hoodies..........$28
   3 Musketeers wasn’t always a chocolate bar. When the treat
was introduced in 1932, it consisted of separate chocolate, vanilla   better.
and strawberry pieces, hence the name.
   Snickers is named for inventor Frank Mars’ favorite horse.
   Charleston Chew is a nod to the Charleston dance, which
was still popular when the candy boogied onto the shelves in
   Milky Way bars weren’t named after their home galaxy. The
name comes from a type of malted milkshake that was popular
in the early 1920s.
   In 1920 the Curtiss Candy Company introduced the Baby
Ruth candy bar causing a certain baseball player with a very
similar name to take notice. Babe Ruth was having a monstrous
year – his 54 home runs in the 1920 season were more than any
other team the American League! If you were going to misap-
propriate someone’s name for a candy bar, Ruth’s was a logical
   Sensing opportunity, the Great Bambino struck back by cre-
ating his own Babe Ruth Home Run Bar. Curtis quickly sued
Ruth’s company for trademark infringement. But what hap-
pened next was surprising: When the Sultan of Swat accused
the company of using his name, Curtiss feigned shock. Its bar
was named after “Baby” Ruth Cleveland, daughter of President
Grover Cleveland.
   For years, this has been the oft-repeated explanation, but the
argument makes no sense. Cleveland had been out of office
for more than two decades and dead for 12 years when the bar
debuted. “Baby” Ruth herself had died of diphtheria in 1904, at
just 12 years old. Although the country’s most famous baseball
star would seem much more likely to have a namesake candy

                                                                                    Let’s celebrate
than a dead child, the courts sided with Curtiss.
   When Ruth learned of the verdict, he bellowed, “Well, I ain’t
eatin’ your damned candy bar anymore!” Somehow the Baby
Ruth bar survived without his support.

                                                                                    Sorghum Days!
   During the Great Depression some candy bars were pre-
scribed for health benefits.
   For example, the Goo Goo Cluster was prescribed for malnour-
ishment. The claim was “a nourishing lunch for a nickel.”

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Mustangs to play Paoli in final home game
     Allen crushes Macomb 54-14 behind strong showings from Deaton, Browning and Johnson
    By HERMAN BROWN                   As a team, Allen generated      rushed twice for 51 yards and a    Mustangs scored on Colten              then toed his third PAT kick to
       Allen correspondent          17 first downs and 417 yards      touchdown and caught 2 passes      Browning’s 9-yard TD run.              swell the lead to 47-6.
                                    of total offense. The Mus-        for 22 yards.                      Johnson added a PAST kick to              Macomb countered with a
  The Allen High School foot-       tangs rushed for 237 yards and       Cody Lively added 1 recep-      extend the lead to 21-0.               9-yard touchdown pass and a
ball season is rapidly winding      passed for 180. Macomb was        tion for 12 yards to the winning     Justin Deaton rocketed 22            successful conversion run. The
down in 2012. Coach Kenny           limited to 7 first downs and      mix.                               yards for another Allen touch-         effort cut the deficit to 47-14.
Deaton’s Mustangs will host         167 yards of total offense. The     On defense, Colten Brown-        down later in the quarter. John-         Allen struck back on Colten
Paoli this week as they battle      Hornets passed for 98 yards       ing was the top performer          son drilled his second PAT kick        Browning’s cross-country, 95-
the Pugs in the final home          and rushed for 69.                with 9 tackles and a fumble        to send the Mustangs to inter-         yard touchdown run. Johnson
game of the year.                     Deaton accounted for 4          recovery. Dakota Nickell re-       mission with a 28-0 cushion.           followed with his fourth PAT
  Allen and Paoli will meet in      touchdowns and 258 yards of       corded the other turnover with       After the break, Allen con-          kick to round out the final score
a 7:30 p.m. showdown Friday         total offense. He completed 8     an interception. Four others       tinued the scoring assault with        at 54-14.
at the Allen Stadium.               of 12 passes for 120 yards and    added quarterback sacks to the     back-to-back touchdowns.                 “It was good to get back in
  “We will have play a solid        2 TDs. He rushes 16 times         showing, including Cody Live-      Dakota Nickell sprinted 47             the win column,” said Coach
game to have a chance for an-       for 94 yards and a touchdown.     ly, Robert McMillin, Justin        yards to make it 34-0. The total       Deaton. “It was a good team
other win,” said Coach Deaton.      Deaton also caught 1 pass for     Deaton, and Aaron Manuel.          swelled to 40-0 when Connor            effort. Everyone got into the
“Paoli is a big, physical team.     44 yards and a touchdown.           Allen jumped out to leads        Johnson hauled in a 29-yard            game and everyone contrib-
They’ll probably try to pound         Browning was the most pro-      of 14-0 after one quarter and      TD toss from Justin Deaton.            uted to the win. For the most
the ball right at us with their     lific player in the Mustang       28-0 at halftime. Justin Deaton      Macomb finally got on the            part, we came out and handled
running game. We’ll have to         ground attack. He rushed 21       opened the scoring on a 44-yard    scoreboard late in the third           our business pretty well. I am
slow them down and make             times for 151 yards and 2         TD pass from Conner Johnson        quarter. The Hornets connected         proud of all of them.
some plays when we have the         touchdowns. He added 5 re-        to make it 6-0. Johnson later      on a 45-yard touchdown pass              Looking ahead, Allen hosts
football.”                          ceptions for 46 yards. Brown-     added a 13-yard TD scamper         to make it 40-6.                       Paoli this week and then fin-
  Paoli is coming off a shock-      ing finished the game with 197    for the score tally. Deaton fol-     In the fourth quarter, Allen         ishes up the football campaign
ing 34-0 loss to Oklahoma           total yards.                      lowed with a conversion run to     went back to Conner Johnson            November 2 nd on the road
Christian Academy. The Mus-           Johnson accounted for 4         make it 14-0.                      for a 27-yard touchdown pass           against Fox.
tang defense will be looking to     touchdowns in the win. As the        In the second quarter, the      from Justin Deaton. Johnson
hold down the Pugs again on         quarterback, he was 3-for-5
Friday night.                       passing for 60 yards and 1
  Last week, Allen romped           touchdown. Johnson also
to an impressive 54-14 drub-        caught 2 passes for 56 yards
bing of the Macomb Hornets.         and 2 touchdowns. He also
The 40-point blowout was            rushed 4 times for 41 yards
engineered by an offensive          and a TD.
                                                                                                                           PONTOTOC COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
showing by Justin Deaton,             Dakota Nickell was also                                                     PO-2011-00100 — Protective Order
Colten Browning and Conner          productive in the win. Nickell                                                       Filed June 6, 2011
                                                                                                                  CM-2011-00664 — Fraudulent Claim of
                                  ----                                                                                   Emergency — Filed June 20, 2011
                                                                                                                  CM-2011-00663—Protective Order    Violation
Allen 54 , Macomb 14                                                                                              — Filed June 20, 2011
Allen - 14 – 14 – 12 – 14 – (54)                                                                                  CM-2011-00662—Driving a M/V While
Macb - 0 – 0 – 6 – 8 – (14)                                                                                              Under Influence of Alcohol
                                                                                                                         Filed June 20, 2011
                                                                                                                              POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
  Allen - Justin Deaton, 44 pass from Connor Johnson (kick
                                                                                                                  ACTIVE WARRANT - #TT04002901LD
failed) 6-0                                                                                                       WANTED PERSON — Smith, Fred E. Ray
  Allen - Connor Johnson, 13 run (Deaton run good) 14-0                                                           Warrant Issued June 6, 2005
                                                                                                                  Offense: Careless Driving, Alcohol &
  Allen - Colton Browning, 9 run (Johnson kick) 21-0                                                                     Drugs Involved, Damaged other
  Allen - Justin Deaton, 22 run (Johnson kick) 28-0                                                                      vehicle and possible damage to
  Allen - Dakota Nickell, 47 run (kick failed) 34-0                                                                      other driver
  Allen - Connor Johnson, 29 pass from Justin Deaton (kick                                                                    ARCHER COUNTY, TEXAS
failed) 40-0                                                                                                      CR-2004-11273 — Theft by check
                                                                                                                         Filed April 19, 2004
  Macomb - 45 pass (run failed) 40-6
                                                                                                                             EASTLAND COUNTY, TEXAS
  Allen - Connor Johnson, 27 pass from J. Deaton (Johnson                                                         CN-04-104 — Theft by check
kick) 47-6                                                                                                               Date of Offense: Sept. 29, 2003
   Macomb - 9 pass (run good) 47-14                                                                                           DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS
  Allen - Colton Browning, 95 run (Johnson kick) 54-14                                                            CR-04-02348-Z — Theft by check
                                                                                                                         Date of Offense: Sept. 13, 2003
TEAM STATS Allen                   Macomb
First Downs           17                7
C-A-I              11-17-0           5-14-1                                                                     Senator Susan Paddack
Passing Yards        180               98                                                             2005 OK Academy of Family Physicians Patient Advocate of the Year
                                                                                                         2006 Legislator of the Year for Rural Health Association of OK
Yards Rushing 43-237                 36-69                                                               2007 Metropolitan Environmental Trust Legislator of the Year

Total Offense        417              167
                                                                                                          2008 Legislator of the Year ~ OK State Troopers Association
                                                                                                    2009 Outstanding Member of State Legislature ~ American Medical Assoc.
Punts/Avg.            ---             4/23                                                                 2010 Friend of Medicine Award ~ OK State Medical Assoc.
                                                                                                         2011 Legislator of the Year Oklahoma Public Employees Assoc.
Fumble-Lost:         0-0              2-1                                                             2012 Honorary Co-Chair Girl Scouts Troop 1912 ~ 100th Anniversary

Penalties-Yards      7/45             3/15
Individual Rushing, carries-yards
  Colten Browning, 21 carries for 151 yards, 2 TDs
  Justin Deaton, 16 carries for 94 yard, TD
  Dakota Nickell, 2 carries for 51 yards, TD
  Conner Johnson, 4 carries for 41 yards, TD
  Justin Deaton, 8-12-0 for 120 yards, 2 TDs
  Conner Johnson, 3-5-0 for 60 yards, TD
  Conner Johnsons, 2 receptions for 56 yards, 2 TDs
  Colten Browning, 5 receptions for 46 yards
  Justin Deaton, 1 reception for 44 yards, TD
  Dakota Nickell, 2 receptions for 22 yards
  Cody Lively, 1 reception for 12 yards
Total Tackles and other highlights
  Colten Browning, 9 tackles, fumble recovery
  Austin Hamilton, 6 tackles
  Tyler Burnett, 4 tackles
  Cody Lively, QB sack
  Robert McMillin, QB sack
                                                                                     CSL IRON & METAL
  Justin Deaton, QB sack
  Aaron Manuel, QB sack
                                                                                        Hwy 1 & County Line Road (old Peanut Company)
  Dakota Nickell, interception                                                              Allen • (580)857-2455 or (580)320-8166

Allen 2012 Schedule & Results
                                ----                                                           • New Tires • Rotation •
Aug. 31 - Wetumka, lost 40-8
Sep. 7 - Waurika, lost 24-14
                                                                                              • Batteries • Oil Change •
Sep. 14 - @ Okla. Christian, lost 20-18                                                            Flats Repaired
Sep. 21 0 @ Central Marlow, lost 24-66
Sep. 28 vs Geary, won 52-30
Oct. 5 @ Alex, lost 48-0
                                                                                           We buy scrap metal • cars
Oct. 12 vs Cyril , lost 42-36                                                                John Cundiff • Craig Smith • Wally Lewis
Oct. 19 @ Macomb, 54-14
Oct. 26 vs Paoli
Nov. 2 @ Fox
Threads of Life

                                       ~ Halloween & THings ~
                                                                                                                                                        ets. However, no one could get
 by Cleo LeVally                                                                                                                                        into the park because the keys
                                                                                                                                                        could not be found to open the
   Sorghum Day in Wewoka                                                                                                                                gates. Locksmiths were found
                                    and that area is completely            and this year I will be in the Gift   and is sitting on a bale of hay,
in Seminole County is a big                                                                                                                             and the police were on hand to
                                    filled with vendors. It is a great     Shop. If you decide to come for       reading a newspaper.
day. It is always on the fourth                                                                                                                         try and calm the thousands of
                                    experience to see that many in         the day, come in and say hello.          Also, the World Series in
Saturday in October. Main Street                                                                                                                        ticket holders. The gates were
                                    one place. I have been helping           They have a sorghum mill            Baseball is coming up soon
is blocked off from the center of                                                                                                                       finally opened and the festivi-
                                    out at the Museum for over 20          on the grounds that day and           and I like to watch that contest,
town to the Seminole Nation                                                                                                                             ties started. They began with
                                    years. Sometimes I am on the           the cane that is used is all piled    because it is one that I know
Museum on North Eighth Street                                                                                                                           a parade headed by Charley
                                    grounds at the Museum booth            on the grounds near where             most of the rules and can follow
                                                                           a mule is going around and                                                   Ebbets and the Mayor of New
                                                                                                                 the game. This story is one that
                                                                           around, pulling the press that is                                            York City, followed by players
      Pontotoc County Conservation District                                                                      I have run before but I always
                                                                           grinding the cane. You don’t see                                             of both teams and an assortment
                                                                                                                 think of it during the playoffs. I
    Announces Cost-Share Assistance Available to                           these much anymore. After the                                                of celebrities. When the proces-
                                                                                                                 read this story several years ago
     Help Landowners Recover From Drought                                  sorghum is made, you can buy          in a book on baseball history. I
                                                                                                                                                        sion reached the flagpole to hoist
                                                                           small jars of this newly made                                                the flag, no one had remembered
     The Pontotoc County Conservation District has announced                                                     think this is the kind of thing that
                                                                           sorghum right on the grounds.                                                to bring the flag.
  that funds are available for the following Locally-Led                                                         might well have happened years
                                                                             When I drive home late in the                                                 Finally a flag was produced,
  Conservation Cost-Share Program practices: New Pond                                                            ago, when the big stadiums were
                                                                           afternoon and get to Sulphur, all                                            ceremonies completed and the
  Construction, Grade Stabilization, Pasture & Hay Planting,                                                     being built.
                                                                           the streets are blocked off for                                              opening day contest began.
  Range Planting, Pipelines, Watering Facilities, Brush                                                             This book in entitled Laughs
                                                                           their Halloween Carnival and                                                 The teams took the field and
  Management, and Cross Fencing. The purpose of these                                                            from the Dugout by Milton J.
                                                                           we have to detour for several                                                the Brooklyn pitcher struck
  practices is to improve grazing management and water quality                                                   Shapiro and he wrote it some-
                                                                           blocks around the activity. They                                             out the first batter. It was then
  in Pontotoc County.                                                                                            time in the 1960’s.
                                                                           have decorated their streets for                                             remembered the guest of honor,
     “With the continual cutback of federal funds for conservation                                                  “Probably the funniest day
                                                                           many years with Scarecrows,                                                  the Mayor of New York City,
  programs, state funded conservation programs are needed                                                        in all of baseball happened on
                                                                           Pumpkins, Lanterns, and all                                                  had not thrown out the first ball
  more than ever to protect the quality of our water and soil,”                                                  opening day in Brooklyn in
                                                                           sorts of holiday decorations and                                             in traditional ceremony. The
  said April Casiano, district secretary of the Pontotoc County                                                  1913. That was the day a brand
                                                                           I enjoy seeing them.                                                         game was stopped for this event
  Conservation District. The State of Oklahoma has provide                                                       new field called Ebbets Field
                                                                             Healdton has not been deco-                                                to take place. They disregarded
  $18,080.00 in funds to Pontotoc County to assist landowners in                                                 was to open. Charley Ebbets had
                                                                           rating Main Street for that many                                             the first out. The Mayor threw
  implementing measures to protect soil and water resources.                                                     built this field for his Brooklyn
                                                                           years but it is good that our                                                out the first ball and the game
     “This year’s drought has unfortunately meant losses for                                                     Dodgers. The morning of the
                                                                           school groups have taken that                                                began all over again.”
  many of the state’s agricultural producers,” said Bill Clark,                                                  great day came, but nobody
                                                                           over. This year the displays are                                                This is one of the many great
  chairman of the Pontotoc County Conservation District. “It’s                                                   could buy a ticket because the
  important we do everything we can to help them recover. The              especially good. I like the one                                              baseball stories that has been
                                                                                                                 ticket sellers failed to show up.
  conservation cost-share program is a great way of assisting our          in front of the newspaper office.                                            told over and over again through
                                                                                                                 Finally they were able to man
  farmers and ranchers as they respond to this difficult summer.”           The figure is dressed up with                                                the years and is a part of baseball
                                                                                                                 the ticket booths where thou-
  The Pontotoc County Conservation will accept applications                overalls, straw hat, glasses, etc.,                                          history.
                                                                                                                 sands were lined up to buy tick-
  from October 17, 2012 through December 31, 2012.
     For more information contact the Pontotoc County
  Conservation District (580) 332-7979. The district office
                                                                           Rites held for Aline Harris
                                                                             Aline Harris of Holdenville,        spending time with her grandsons       grandson Chris Harmon and wife
  is located at 1328 Cradduck Road, Ada, OK 74820. Office                   Oklahoma passed away Saturday,        and two great granddaughters.          Lisa of Choctaw, Oklahoma;
  hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.                                            October 20, 2012 in Choctaw,            Aline is preceded in death by        great granddaughters Kadence
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                                                                           Oklahoma at the age of 77 years.      her parents, two brothers, five        Harmon of Holdenville, and
                                                                           Graveside services were held          sisters, daughter Debra Ann            Cheyeanne Harmon of Choctaw;

                  We Resize Rings                                          at 10:00 a.m. Monday, October
                                                                           22nd, at the Non Cemetery with
                                                                                                                 Harris, and grandson Justin
                                                                                                                                                        and three step grandchildren of

      Diamond Shop
                                                                           Pastor Alan Lewis officiating.          She is survived by her husband         Services were under the
                                                                             Aline was born January 7,           Coy of the home; sisters Patty         direction of Hudson Phillips
                                                                           1935 in Gerty to Bill and Beaulah     Yeager of Shawnee, and Bobbie          Funeral Home.
                                                                           Prince. She attended school in        Breshears of Dearpark, Texas;
           100 E Main - Ada - (580)332-0457
     Open Monday - Friday 10 to 5:30 Saturday 10 to 5
                                                                           Non and Allen. Aline married
                                                                           Coy Harris on October 6, 1951.         Betty Jo Irwin
                                                                           She was a homemaker and loved
                                                                                                                  Passes Away
                                                                                                                    Betty Jo Pebbles Irwin was born January 28, 1926 in Holdenville
                                                                                                                 and passed away October 10, 2012 in Arlington TX.
                                                                                                                    Betty attended school and graduated in Holdenville. She was both
                                                                                                                 a florist and a beauty operator in Atwood. She was the loving mother
                                                                                                                 of David L. Irwin and Dianne Moore, grandmother of Shane Moore
                                                                                                                 and Shannon Owens, and great grandmother of nine, who are left to
                                                                                                                 cherish her memories. “Our Special Angel” will greatly be missed.
                                 ATM Machine •                                                                      Betty was preceded in death by her father, Earl Brandon Peebles;
                                                                                                                 her mother, Eula Jozelle Rattan; and a sister at birth.
                                 Lottery Station
                               24 Hour Gas Pumps                                                                      Rites held for
                               Drive-thru window                                                                   Glenna Rhodes-Riess
                                Hot Deli Counter                                                                   Glenna Kathryn (Dean) Rho-

                                                                                                                                                        Girls, and The Eastern Star of
                                                                                                                 des-Riess, age 81, of Edmond,          Oklahoma.
                                                                                                                 Oklahoma, passed from this               She is survived by her hus-
                                                                                                                 earth to be with her Lord and          band, William Riess; children
                                                                                                                 Savior on Wednesday, Octo-             John and his wife Deborah

                               Quick Pic
                                                                                                                 ber 17, 2012. Glenna was the           Rhodes of Sherman, Texas,
                                                                                                                 eldest daughter of Mary Lee            Terry and his wife Julie Rhodes
                                                                                                                 and Edgar Jackson Dean. She            of Austin, Texas, Chris and his
                                                                                                                 was born August 20,                               wife Kirsten Rhodes
                                                                                                                 1931.                                              of Redwood City,
                      Hwy 1 • Allen • (580)857-2459                                                                Glenna was a                                     California, and
                                                                                                                 graduate of Al-                                    Kathy Rhodes of
                                                                                                                 len High School                                    Edmond, Oklaho-
                                                                                                                 and received her                                   ma; grandchildren
                                                                                                                 bachelor’s degree                                  Aimee Rhodes-
                                                                                                                 in Education from                                  Gutierrez, Hayden
                                                                                                                 Central State Uni-                                 Rhodes, Brennan
                                                                                                                 versity. She began                                 Rhodes, Alexandra
                                                                                                                 her teaching career                                Rhodes, Jesse Rho-
                                                                                                                 at Longfellow El-                                  des, Jackson Rho-
                                                                                                                 ementary, in the                                   des and Madeline
                                                                                                                 Oklahoma City                                      Rodriquez; sisters
                                                                                                                 School System, teaching there          Bobbie Milner of Allen, and
                                                                                                                 for several years, eventually          Shirley Wilcox and her hus-
                                                                                                                 retiring from Will Rogers El-          band Terry Wilcox of Rancho
                                                                                                                 ementary after 20 years of ser-        Mirage, California; and many
                                                                                                                 vice with the Edmond School            other family members and
                                                                                                                 System.                                friends.
                                                                                                                   Glenna loved to teach chil-            Funeral services were 1:00
                                                                                                                 dren, traveling, visiting rela-        pm, Monday, October 22nd, at
                                                                                                                 tives, and dearly loved her four       Edmond’s First Baptist Church
                                                                                                                 children and six grandchildren.        and Tuesday, October 23rd, at
                                                                                                                 She was a longtime member of           11:00 am in the First Baptist
                                                                                                                 the order of P.E.O. Sisterhood,        Church in Allen. Interment
                                                                                                                 Chapter K, Oklahoma Educa-             followed at Allen Cemetery.
                                                                                                                 tors Association, Rainbow for
                                                                                                                 Services are Pending for John Brogden
                                                                                                                   Funeral services for John Brogdon, 66, of Calvin, Oklahoma are
                                                                                                                 pending with Hudson Phillips Funeral Home. He died on Tuesday,
                                                                                                                 October 23, 2012, in Calvin, Oklahoma.
                                                                                                                  THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 25, 2012 , PAGE 5

Pharmacist’s View
    No Heart for Heartland Flyer
  Lots of people from the Allen
area drive over to Pauls Valley
                                                                                                                                               ice got bad, they knew they
                                                                                                                                               could always catch a train.
and take a very popular passen-                                                                                                                No matter how bad it got—the
                                     Christina Gayler can attest to       didn’t know was this was just     shift hours and a replacement      trains ran. Now I sometimes
ger train called the “Heartland                                                                             crew had to come and drive
                                     that. She, husband James and         part one of a bad trip. Pull-                                        read after a little snow dust-
Flyer” down to Fort Worth for                                                                               the pitiful survivors on up to
                                     their three children, ages 8, 3,     ing into Purcell, six hours and                                      ing that the Heartland Flyer
a day. It’s fun to ride a train                                                                             their destination in Oklahoma
                                     and 1, rode the flyer down for       30 minutes late, spirits of the                                      is cancelled along with other
and take kids to visit the zoo                                                                              City. About 8 more passengers
                                     a special day at the Zoo. The        hapless passengers and cranky                                        passenger trains. Last week,
or something down in Texas.                                                                                 bailed out here on Flood and
                                     train started home at 5:25 pm        children were boosted—just to                                        a crew walked away leaving
Taxpayers in Oklahoma paid                                                                                  where they went no one knows
                                     and Burlington North, who            be on the move again. Air was                                        exhausted and stressed out pas-
dearly and worked hard to get                                                                               but I suppose they eventually
                                     operates the train for Amtrak,       working and the toilets were                                         sengers to fend for themselves
rail service back to Oklahoma                                                                               threaded their way across the
                                     set a low speed limit because        operational. It wasn’t far to                                        and their kids. What next?
and it’s a success. Well, not                                                                               tracks and went home.
                                     of the rain. The train soon fell     Oklahoma City.                                                       And what happened to make
completely.                                                                                                   There was a time not so long
                                     way behind schedule and when           The train also stops in Nor-                                       the railroads like they have
  The Heartland is operated by                                                                              ago when we depended on the
                                     it got up in Oklahoma (near          man and it was there the pas-                                        become?
Burlington North and I don’t                                                                                railroads for dependable trans-
                                     Gene Autry) a limb fell across       sengers were warned that the                                           I hope all of you had a better
know for sure but I suspect                                                                                 port. I can remember some of
                                     the track. While the help-           train might face more delays                                         weekend than the passengers
having the Heartland on their                                                                               my New York buddies (back
                                     less crew waited on someone          and many got off. They had                                           on this Amtrak did and be sure
tracks is about as welcome as                                                                               when I was in the service)
                                     else to come drag it off, the        had enough. Passengers still                                         and go to Church Sunday.
a hair in a biscuit. Some say                                                                               who would try to go home
                                     train was struck by lightning        left on the train started pack-                                             Wayne Bullard, D. Ph
that BN and its predecessor                                                                                 from Boston every weekend.
                                     which disabled one of its two        ing as the train slipped out of                                   
were glad to get rid of those                                                                               When the snow flew and the
                                     engines.                             the station at Norman. They
fast passenger trains. Hauling
                                       Freight locomotives were           were ready for a quick get-a-

                                                                                                                Allen Vet Clinic
freight was profitable and haul-
                                     driven to take the disabled          way from this mobile torture
ing people was a pain. At least
                                     locomotives off. The power           chamber and ready to get their
freight didn’t complain when
                                     went out and so did the air and      kids home. The train eased                       1/4 Mile East of Allen Quick Pic - Hwy 1
you got them wet or make them
                                     the restrooms. Amtrak officials      up to Flood Ave. and Rock                           (580)857-2991 Cell (580)421-5936
late.                                                                                                              Open 8 to 5 Monday - Thursday • 9 to 1 Friday & Saturday
                                     announced free beverages but         Creek Road (still in Norman)
  I mentioned hitting a bad
storm coming home from Dal-
                                     when the passengers ambled           and stopped once more. This             Time to guard your pets
las. It turns out the Heartland
Flyer did too—with far worse
                                     back for some the concessions
                                     operators hadn’t gotten the
                                                                          time the crew got off—left the
                                                                          passengers and their babies              against fleas and ticks
                                                                                                                          WE NOW CARRY COMFORTIS BRAND
                                     word. Sorry—the passengers           just sitting there. The crew
results for the passengers.
                                                                          had reached their maximum
                                                                                                               LARGE & SMALL ANIMALS
                                     had to pay. But what they
                                                                                                                                                      We have a variety of

Light from God’s Word                  Surely, we should never            go as a result of their own do-
                                                                                                                                                     products to keep your
                                                                                                                                                         animals safe!
                                                                                                                                                              Tim Costner,
                                     feel satisfaction that even the      ing. God has done everything
                                     basest person went to eternal        possible to keep each of us out
                                     separation from God! Jesus           of eternal punishment. He sac-
                                     surrendered His life so that         rificed His own Son to prevent
                                     every person would be for-           us from suffering our deserved
                                     given and not go there and His       torment, but if we “trample
                                     sacrifice was made even for          the Son of God underfoot” and
                                     the worst and most despicable        consider His Son’s life’s blood
                                     person you can imagine. God          as something common or infe-
                                     does not want anyone to go           rior, how can we expect God to
                                     to there. Hell was “prepared         save us? “Of how much worse
           Mark Legg,                for the devil and his angels,”       punishment, do you suppose,
     Allen church of Christ          not for man. (Matt 25:41) It is      will he be thought worthy who
  Have you ever told someone         described as a place of “ever-       has trampled the Son of God
to “go to hell?” If you haven’t,     lasting fire” that shall “never      underfoot, counted the blood of
that’s great! Give thanks to         be quenched.” (Mark 9:43) It         the covenant by which he was
God! Can there be anything           is a place of such unending ex-      sanctified a common thing, and
worse than wanting someone           cruciating torment and anguish       insulted the Spirit of grace?”
to go there? Surely that’s the       that it should never be wished       (Heb 10:29) Let’s put our faith
most unloving, most terrible         upon one’s worst enemy. The          in Jesus and obey Him. Then,
desire we can wish for anyone!       person who would wish hell           we’ll never need to worry
However, is there someone that       upon any other human is sure-        about going to that place.
you would expect to go to that       ly himself deserving of the
place of punishment upon their       place.

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death – maybe an enemy or              Sometimes people say they
perhaps a person of low morals       cannot believe God will send
and despicable character – and       anyone to such a place. God
you would be pleased to know         will not send anyone there.
they died and went there?            Anyone who goes there will

                  Allen Nutrition Center
                       Week of October 29th
  Chicken Stir Fry, Orange Slices, Brown Rice, Crackers, No Bake                 License
Cookie, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea                                                Plates
  BBQ Chicken, California Blend, Beets, Whole Grain Roll, Butter or              $9.99
Margarine, Mandarin Oranges, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea                                                                                                    All Mustang
                            Wednesday                                                                                                                        Jewelry
  Hamburger Steak with Onions, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy,                                                                                                    $5.99
Spinach, Roll, Butter or Margarine, Peaches, 2% Milk, Coffee and/
or Tea
  Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Lettuce, Tomato & Onion, Broccoli,
Chips, Pudding, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea

  Beans, Greens, Oven Fried Diced Potatoes, Cornbread, Butter or
Margarine, Oatmeal Raisin Cookie, 2% Milk, Coffee and/or Tea
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                                                                                                                                                                       Crystal McNew, Associate: 405-207-4002
                             (Union Valley)                                                                   100 N. Hinckley                                           Gina Mann, Associate: 405-238-0043
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                            580-265-9200                                                                     Cash for Gold                                                                   HOMES FOR SALE
                                                                                                             & Silver Coins
                                                                                                                                                 208 S. Boston, One bedroom w/carport. Fixer upper, 1100 SF. $19,500

                                                                                                        Buy - Sell – Trade                       102 S. Portland, 2 bed Starter home or investment property. $55,900

                                                                                                                                                 203 E. Lexington, 3 Bed, 1.5 bath, garage & carport WBFP $69,500
        101 N. Hinckley                                     Holdenville
                                                                                                      LOST                                       4660 CR 375, Five bedroom 4 bath home on 3 acres. $118,500

                                                                            405-379-3977               AN ANNIVERSARY CARD —
                                                                                                                                                205 E. Main, MAKE OFFER! Neat and clean one bedroom, 900 SF
                                                                                Jack Sherry
                                                                                 cell:405-221-1325   with the names Bruce & Jessica on          200 E. State, MAKE OFFER, Investor Alert 2 bed on large corner lot
                                                                               Heather Smith         the envelope was lost this past week       321 E. Smith, 2-1 Investment. Ready to move in. Rents for $375. $24,500
                                                                                 cell:405-380-2917                                              413 E Smith, Investment. 2-1 w/ fenced front yard. Rents $450. $29,500
                                                                               Michelle Miller       in the vicinity of the Allen Post Of-      10696 Fox Rd, 3 bed MH on 10 acres w/ shop and stall barn. $62,500
 Jack Sherry Heather Smith Michelle Miller Nancy Sherry                          cell:405-221-1070   fice. If found, please return to The       51862 E. CR 1610, 3 bed, 1/2 brick w/workshop. 4.72 acres $82,500
 Owner/Broker    Broker Associate     Sales Associate    Broker Associate        Nancy Sherry        Advocate office.                           312 Jan Dr, 3-2-2 Lge fenced yard , excl neighborhood. owner/associate.
                                                                                Cell: 405-380-6517
                              State, National & Global Exposure                                                                               $99,500
          For complete list of all listings, go to •                                                  717 N. Oak St., 4 bed 1 3/4 bath, open floor plan, remodeled brick home.
                   - member of the Shawnee Board Multilist                                            MISSING FROM OLD TOWN                   $99,800
        “Members of OKMAR - Oklahoma City Metro Area Realtors”                                       ALLEN — Two dogs: female                   50235 Hwy 59A, 3 bed on 10 acres & 4 ponds (more land available)
                                                                                                     Chocolate Lab and male Blue Heeler       $109,500
                                                                                                                                                230 S Cottonwood, Remodeled 4 bed, 1 3/4 bath on corner lot. $114,000
                                                                                                     wearing a camo-collar. If seen

                                                                                                                                                49693 E CR 1510, 3bd2ba. 2 liv w/cp on 2.5ac paved rd, seller motivated.
                                                                                                     please call 857-2187.                    $125,000
                                                                                                                                                47991 E CR 1549, 3-2 on 2.5 acres. LR & den, shop building & kid’s fort.
                                                                                                      For Rent                                $162,500
                                                                                                                                                2401 Box 122C, 3bd,2 ba brick w/cp 4.8 ac 2 shop bldg, shed, covd patio,
                                                                                                       FOR RENT — Ideal for single            $169,500
   HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING                                                                        person, 35 foot 5th Wheel with wash-       49502 E CR 1610, 4bd 2 3/4ba on 20 acres. new roof, horse stable, agp
                                                                                                     er & dryer. $150 rent plus utilities,    $225,000
 See me for all your Heating and Air Conditioning needs!                                             $150 deposit. Call 580-320-3266
                                                                                                                                                48727 E CR 1540, 3- 2.5- 2 liv, br. sunrm, office, barn w/shop. Pond, 35ac


                • Commercial Ice Machines •                                                            FOR RENT — 2 Bedroom, 1
                                                                                                                                                13436 N CR 3400, 3- 2-2 br. Paved rd. Pipe fence. 20 ac. Shop, storage,
                                                                                                                                              barn. $265,000

   (580)467-3136 or (580)857-2239                                                                    Bath, nearly new duplex with built-
                                                                                                     in microwave and dishwasher $650
                                                                                                                                                50489 Hwy59A, 3-2 w/cp. 58ac. Foaling barn, rnd pen, block barn/stall,&more.

          we accept VISA, MasterCard and Discover!
                                                                                                                                                49167 140th, 3-2 sunrm. 262 ac. River frontage. Ponds, barns, shed,
                                                                                                     per month with $450 deposit. Call        pasture & more
                                                                                                     857-2477 days or 580/320-2836              50301 140th 3-2 brick on 80 - 448 acres. Cattle operation. Many amenities.
                                                                                                     evenings.                                Will Divide.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      LOTS & LAND

  • Alignment                                      • Front End Repair                                 Positions                                 Elmore City, 40 ac tract, good pasture, spring fed pond $72,000
                                                                                                                                                Stratford, 21.93 ac Hwy 59A. Nice homesite w/ pond. $54,825
                                                   • AC - Heater Repair                                DRIVERS: Make $63,000.00 a               Stratford, 24 ac on Hwy 177(more land available) $60,000
  • Brake Repair                                                                                     year or more. $1,2000 Orientation.         Stratford, 91 ac for hunting. Wildlife. Utilities $149,000
  • Shocks / Struts                                • Farm Service                                    Completion Bonus and $1,000.00             Stratford, 80-200 ac. Great pasture land.
                                                                                                                                                Sulphur, 1.06 ac Timber Lake Estates. Arbuckle Lake owner/broker
                                                   • Emergency Road Service                          Driver Referral Bonus! CDL-A
  • 4-Wheel Alignment                                                                                OTR Exp. Req. Call Now: 1-888-
                                                                                                     769-0830                                    Pauls Valley, 20 ac prime land on Airline Rd off I-35
                                                                                                                                                 Stratford, 40 x 70 bldg w/ loading dock, on corner lot. 1.81 ac
                                                                                                       WANTED — Full time hairdress-
                                                                                                     er, call 857-2477. Heather Black
                                                        500 East Main - Ada                          is now accepting appointments on         Scott McCormack
                                                                                                     Mondays. Call 580-320-3025 for           Cell 580-310-4389
                                                          (580)332-5145                              appointments.
                                                                                                       DRIVERS: Make $63,000.00 a                                West of Ada on Hwy 3W • (580)436-5033
                                                                                                     year or more. $1,2000 Orientation.                  Thank You for your patronage & support!
                                                                                                     Completion Bonus and $1,000.00
                                                                                                     Driver Referral Bonus! CDL-A                              Stockers & Feeder • Pairs, Cows & Bulls
                                                                                                     OTR Exp. Req. Call Now: 1-888-                  Wednesdays starting at 9:00 a.m.
                                                                                                     356-5247                                             Average Report for 10/17/2012
                                                                                                                                                                Total Head: 2068
                                                                                                      For Sale                                                        #1 Steers                                                            1 Heifers
                                                                                                       6 LOTS FOR SALE — Corner                250-298 .......................................$204-$219            235............................................ $166-$170

       308 West Broadway – Allen
                                                                                                                                               305-335 .......................................$200-$215            250-280 .................................... $159-$169
                                                                                                     of Cleveland and Clyde Streets.           350-395 .......................................$178-$199            307-348 .................................... $154-$166
                                                                                                     Fenced with cellar, carport and 3         400-444 .......................................$170-$189            355-384 .................................... $154-$159
   1350 sq ft. well maintained 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, nice                                                                                     450-497 .......................................$163-$176            383......................................................$140
                                                                                                     out-buildings. Contact Freta or Dan
 size bonus room, central h/a, large fenced-in back yard, de-                                                                                  505-548 .......................................$152-$168            400-448 .................................... $140-$153
                                                                                                     Holder at 580-235-2838 or 580-272-        500-544 .......................................$171-$173            452-499 .................................... $134-$147
  tached double covered carport, storage biulding $89,9000
                                                                                                     3749.                                     558-592 .........................................$141-160           504-547 .................................... $125-$137

                                                                                                                                               584........................................................$137     500-534 .................................... $140-$142
                                                                                                                                               604-648 .......................................$136-$145            550-595 .................................... $124-$129
                                                                                                       NEW PROGRAM. $0 down                    650-693 .......................................$130-$142            602-640 ............................... $124-$127.50
                                                                                                     with your land or family land. EZ         700-736 ..................................$130-$135.50              650-670 ............................... $123.50-$125
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   711-738........................... $122.50-$123.50
                          For All Your Real Estate Needs                                             approval by phone. Free 50” flat                                                                              791......................................................$128
    816 ARLINGTON - ADA, OKLAHOMA - (580)436-4662                                                    screen. Trade-ins welcome. Call
                                    Eric Pierce, Associate                                           today 866-764-3200 WAC
                                             Cell (580)399-7106 •
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                                                                                                                                                 816 ARLINGTON - ADA, OKLAHOMA - (580)436-4662
Is looking to hire qualified drivers in the Calvin area                                               with purchase. Homes starting at         Broker, Thurman Rinehart - 421-2271                                     Larry Lee - 310-2305
  to drive at night. Yard is located south of Calvin                                                 $26,500 and up. W.A.C. 405-631-          Eric Pierce - 399-7106                                                  Jennifer Wallace - 235-7480
 on Highway 75. You must have a Class A CDL, be                                                      7600 or 405-635-4338.                    Max Hudson - 320-3377                                                   Out of Town - 1-800-776-5608

 21-years-old, and have at least one year tank truck                                                                                             ~ 10 ACRES — Byng School District. $17,000
                  driving experience.                                                                  ZERO DOWN — If you own                    ~ 1.31 ACRES TO 5 ACRES — Latta School District. $23,900 & Up
                                                                                                                                                 ~ ALLEN — 409 S. 10th, 3 BD 1 Bath. 110x140 Lot. $40,000
                          $16.25 per hour                                                            land or have a trade in!! No mini-          ~ 53 ACRE HAY MEADOW — 15 miles out of Ada on 3W. $106,000
                                Average 60 hours                                                     mum credit score required. FREE             ~ 4 BED 2.5 BATH —On 26 acres between Allen & Francis. $192,000
                                Benefits Available                                                    Statewide delivery. Call America’s          ~ 3 BED 2 BATH — 1344 sq ft 1978 doublewide mobile home on 140x125
                                                                                                                                              lot. 200 West 7th, Stratford
       Please call Matt at (580) 399-5608                                                            #1 homebuilder for approval. 866-           ~ BYNG SCHOOL DISTRICT — 10 Acres. $17,000
                                                                                                     888-2825 WAC                                ~ 426 West 5th, Ada — 2 Bed 1 Bath, range, refrig, washer & dryer, CH&A.
                                                                                                                                              Bargain at $45,000
    If it’s Real Estate We Can Sell It!                                                               Garage Sale
                                                                                                                                                 ~ ALLEN — 308 W. Broadway. 1352 sq ft, 2 BD 1.5 bath, CH&A, built 1998
                                                                                                                                              on 100x120 lot. Very well landscaped. Double carport. $89,900
                                                        - Acreages                                     STORAGE SALE (2 UNITS)                    ~ ALLEN — 40 Acres out Gerty Road 4 miles, just across Broadway of

                                                                                                                                                 ~ 3 BD 2 BATH — Ranch styleSOLD
                                                                                                                                              America on left side. $68,000
                                                        - Farms                                      — Holdenville Mini Storage, 401                                               on 9.5 acres. 1624 Sandy Creek Lane,
                                                        - Residential                                Covey Road in Holdenville. Satur-        Ada. $149,000 Like New CH&A
                                                        - Commercial                                 day only, 9 am - 2 pm. For info call        ~ SASAKWA — 49 wooded acres with 30x60 shop building, water well,
                                                                                                                                              two ponds and older house (needs remodeling). $110,000
                                                                                                     580-399-9936. Antiques, furniture,
 Welch Real Estate
                                                                                                                                                 ~ ADA — Beautiful older home in excellent shape with wrap-around porch.
                                                                                                     toys, odds & ends. Need to empty         3 BR 2 Bath. Owner/Agent. Only $119,000 REDUCED $117,900
                                                                                                     both storages - everything goes             ~ LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN — 30x50 Metal Shop, insulated, CH&A,
         and Auction Service                                                                                                                  bathroom w/Shower. Over 1/2 acre. REDUCED to $48,000
                                                                                                                                                 ~ PICKETT — 3 BR 1 bath, CH&A, large carport, large fenced backyard.
 (405)379-3331 100 N Hinckley - Holdenville                                                            FRIDAY/SATURDAY, NO-                   $85,000 REDUCED $75,000

                       ,         (   )
                                                                                                     VEMBER 2 & 3 — 8am to 5pm.                  ~ 5 LARGE COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS — East of Ada on over 7 acres.
       James Welch, Broker - (405)380-7988
      JoDawna Smith, Sales Associate (405)379-6413
                                                                                                     Contents of Big Barn Sale, vintage       $300,000 WILL DIVIDE, MAKE OFFER

                - WANTED -
Brenda Welch, Sales Associate 379-8044 - Cell (405)380-8188
                                                                                                                                                 ~ EAST OF ATWOOD – 3 BR, 2 bath, approximate 2356 sq ft. Lots of
                                                                                                     fishing lures, rods, reels, tackle       room with 2 living areas, nice size kitchen/dining area, large master BR with
                                                                                                     boxes, wader; freezer, Christmas,        rural water, on 5 acres. $98,800
                                                                                                     stoneware, cast iron, vintage hand          ~ HWY 3-W — 3 BR 1 bath, needs work. On 1 acre mol. $42,000 RE-
                                                                                                                                              DUCED TO $39,900
                                                                                                     tools, refrigerators, power tools. Too
                Sellers of Rural Property                                                            much to mention. Look for direc-
                                                                                                                                                 ~ ADA — Commercial Buildings. Two 1250 sq ft buildings, 10x10 build-
                                                                                                                                              ing, 12x13 building. Good place for mechanic or other types of business.
                   All Types Needed.                                                                 tions in next week’s paper. Pre-Sale     $69,500 REDUCED $64,000
                                                                                                                                                 ~ GERTY AREA — 100 Acres of Hunting Land – turkey, hogs, deer & more
We now offer home warranties to our buyers and sellers.                                              Monday, October 29th, noon to 6 pm.      – mostly wooded. $1000 per acre. REDUCED TO $95,000
                                                                                                     Call (580) 399-7111
                                                                                                                    THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 25, 2012 - PAGE 7

Atwood First Baptist Church
  This was 2 week old Kate-            On October 27th our church will         Zoey McDonald and Torie           supposed to be doing. Jesus              him as their Lord and Savior.
lynn Crase’s first day at Sunday     have their October Festival. We        Hammonds opened the worship          commended them and promised                The warning and the invitation
School, and she seemed to be         will meet at the church at 6:00.       service by reciting Psalm 86:5       that he would protect them from          that Jesus sent to the church at
taking to it like a duck to water.   The details of the rest of the party   and singing “Jesus Loves Me.”        the great time of testing that will      Laodicea is one which today’s
Of course she has “mamas” of all     has yet to be decided, but it will     Later, Tom Spillman brought          come upon the whole world.               churches and individuals need
ages ready to come on the run if     most likely involve a hayride and      another special song titled “When      The last church was Laodicea.          to heed. Are we excited about
she needs anything, and I’m sure     hot dogs. As always, everyone is       the Savior Reached Down for          They were commended for noth-            serving God or are we lukewarm
Zoey, Ray Lynn, and Torie will       invited and we hope that you can       Me.” The two songs combined          ing and were upbraided for being         about our relationship and obedi-
try their best to get there first.   come.                                  preach the gospel message all by     lukewarm. Though they regarded           ence to our Lord Jesus?
                                                                            themselves.                          themselves as being rich in world-          If we are lukewarm, Jesus is
  Harmony Missionary                                                           Churches could have worship
                                                                            services without music, but it’s
                                                                                                                 ly goods, they were poor, blind,
                                                                                                                 and naked spiritually. Still, Jesus
                                                                                                                                                          ready to welcome us to turn from
                                                                                                                                                          our indifference and find that
            Church News
  Our Lord’s Day at Harmony Missionary Baptist Church of
                                                                            hard to imagine what it would
                                                                            be like, and our community is
                                                                                                                 welcomed them to turn from their
                                                                                                                 indifference and become excited
                                                                                                                                                          close relationship with him that
                                                                                                                                                          makes serving him exciting and
Gerty began service with singing Only Trust Him, There Is Power             blessed to have so many people       and diligent about living life with      fulfilling.
                                                                            who have been given a talent for
In The Blood, and Trust And Obey. Harmony Trio sang Never
Alone and Greater Is He That Is In Me.
                                                                            music.                                              Lula, OK Welcomes
                                                                               Rev. Karch brought the second
  Devotional Reading was “Resisting the Spirit”, Zechariah                  of a two part sermon about the
                                                                                                                                       one and all to the
7:10-12.                                                                    churches addressed in Revela-               Annual Volunteer Fire Department
  It was marvelous to have Bro. Don and Sister Wanda Parr in                tion. It was taken from scripture

                                                                                                                            d R ais e r B B
service. Bro. Don preached his first sermon at Harmony twenty-              beginning at Revelation 2:18 and

eight years ago. He was our pastor for eight years. Sister Marsh            continuing through 3:19.
said we wanted to keep him until the Lord came but High Hill                   The fourth church to receive a                               Q
Missionary Baptist Church called him and God led him to be                  message from Jesus was Thyatira.            F
their pastor. He has pastured at Shady Grove the last several               It was commended for its love,
years, resigning about two months ago. He had heart surgery                 service, and endurance, but it was
                                                                            at fault for tolerating a woman
in April, his second heart surgery over the years.                                                                      SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD - 5:00 PM
                                                                            described as a Jezebel who was
  Since both our adult teachers were out, Bro. Don taught our                                                                       at LVFD located at Hwy. 48, Lula, Oklahoma
                                                                            a false teacher and was leading
lesson. They have the same Sunday School book as ours, “Wit-                other members into sin. She and
                                                                                                                        Serving Deep Pit Beef/Pork & BBQ Chicken
                                                                                                                                All the trimmings & old fashion homemade desserts!
nessing in the Spirit”, Luke 24:45-49, Acts 1:8, 2:36-38, and               everyone who followed her would                   SORRY THE BBQ IS NOT FREE OR ALL YOU CAN EAT
5:31-32.                                                                    be severely punished unless they
  The Spirit empowers the message of the gospel to convict                                                          Live Music Get your RAFFLE TICKETS
the sinner of his lost condition and leads him to trust Jesus for              Sardis, the next church, was            with          $500 each for
                                                                                                                   Jerry Duncan
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salvation. Witness to others as you trust the Spirit to use the             going through the motions but                           cut & wrapped your way!
gospel through your testimony to win the lost. “Ye shall receive            were really a cold, dead church.                                     Winner need not be present to win.
power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall             They were warned that Jesus              For more info contact: Fire Chief Kim Johnson @ 580-320-6489
be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem and in all Judea, and in             would return like a thief in the                                            Monetary Donations Welcome
Samaria and unto the uttermost part of the earth.” Acts 1:8                 night. After Jesus returns there               Silent Auction,                    Please mail to:
                                                                            will be no more opportunities to                                                             LVFD
  Sister Wanda sang alto with us in I’ll Meet You By The River,
                                                                            win people to Christ.
                                                                                                                     Games & Bounce House
and I’ll Meet You In The Morning. Bro. Bill sang When The                                                                        for kids                            19613 Hwy 48
                                                                               The people in the Philadelphia                                                       Tupelo, OK 74572
Saints Go Marching In.                                                      church were doing all they were
  Bro. Don’s message was “The History of Israel”, Genesis 46:1-8.                                                 All Donations Directly Benefit Lula Volunteer Fire Department
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                                                                                            Hughes County Court Records
                                               503 E. Lexington - 3 bed, 1 bath,                       FELONIES                                               Kyle W. Couffer—no seat
                                                                                                                                              Carla Helene Malouf—pos-
                                              CH&A, newer siding, windows and                  Tyler Anthony Anderson—                                     belt
                                                                                                                                            session of controlled danger-
                                              roof. $69,900...Reduced to $59,900                                                                              Cora Lorraine Davis—no
                                                                                            robbery-first degree                            ous substance
                                                                                               Kelly Berry—bogus check                                     seat belt
                                                                                                                                              Luke Adam Mattheyer—
                                  Donald Woodell, Realtor
                                                                                               Mose Ray Leftwich—at-                        assault & battery James Edward Hawkins—
                                  1230 E. Arlington • Ada OK 74820
                                  580-559-1816 Cell                                         tempted escape from arrest                                     speeding 1-10 mph over limit
                                                                                                                                              Toby W. Pickett—domestic
                                  580-436-1800 Office
                                                                                            or detention; robbery first                                       Caitlin Brianna Jackson—
                                                                                                                                            abuse-assault & battery
  Exit Margaret Barton Realty
                                                                                            degree                                                         operating vehicle in manner
                                                                                                                                              Billy Ray Shivers—driving
                                                                                               Leesa Dawn Smith—robbery                                    not reasonable or proper
                                                                                                                                            under the influence by a person
                                                                                            first degree                                    under 21          Brandon Lee Miller—failure
                           LEGAL NOTICE                                                                                                                    to keep to right on road of suf-
                                                                                                                                              Michael T. Suazo—tamper-
                                IN THE DISTRICT COURT
                                      WITHIN AND FOR                                              MISDEMEANORS                                             ficient width
                                                                                                                                            ing with utilities
                                    PONTOTOC COUNTY
                                   STATE OF OKLAHOMA                                          Thomas Floyd Baker—fur-                                         Ricky Don Morris—driving
                                                                                                                                              Zachary Wilbanks—obtain-
                                    Case No. C-2012-149                                     nishing alcoholic beverage to                                  under suspension-1st offense;
                                                                                                                                            ing money/merchandise by
                                                                                                                                                           failure to comply with com-
CHATFIELD, Plaintiffs,                                                                      minor                                           false pretense means or trick
                                                                                              Kyle Jim Barnett—larceny of                   and deception  pulsory insurance law; reckless
   The Unknown Heirs, Personal Representatives, Successors and Assigns, Imme-
diate and Remote of BERT GREENWOOD, Full-Blood Chickasaw Indian Roll No.                    merchandise from a retailer                                    driving
947, Defendant.
                                                                                              Craig Antionio Bear—lar-               DIVORCES                 Amarae N. Noon—operating
                                NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
   STATE OF OKLAHOMA, TO: The Unknown Heirs, Personal Representatives, Suc-                 ceny of merchandise from a        Samuel F. Bradley vs Lena    a motor vehicle at a speed
cessors and Assigns, Immediate and Remote, of BERT GREENWOOD, Full-Blood
Chickasaw Indian Roll No. 947.                                                              retailer                        D. Bradley                     greater than reasonable and
   You are hereby notified that on the 16 day of October, 2012, Plaintiffs, Bruce Robert      Coty Ford—domestic abuse-       Christopher (Watters) Keefer proper
Chatfield, Ramona Lynne Chatfield and Casey Renee Chatfield, filed suit against you
in the District Court of Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, being Suit No. C-2012-149 to            assault & battery               vs Jacquelyn (Watters) Keef-
determine heirship and quiet title to the following descr bed real property in Pontotoc
County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit:
                                                                                              Hunter Lunsford—driving er                                               Lien Sale
                                                                                            under the influence by a person
                                                                                                                                                             VIN: 1G2NW52E0YM805693, 2000
   SURFACE AND SURFACE RIGHTS ONLY                                                                                                                         Pontiac Grand Am/GT. Location: 12521
   A part of Lot 4 in Section 18, Township 4 North, Range 7 East, more particularly
descr bed as follows: Beginning at a point 238.75 feet North of the Southwest corner
                                                                                            under 21                                  TRAFFIC              State Hwy 3W, Ada, OK 74820. Contact
                                                                                                                                                           Robbie Smith, 580-332-2250. Balance
of said Lot 4; thence East 208.75 feet; thence North 37.5 feet; thence East 40.0 feet;                                        Aron L. Broadnax—speed- Due: $16,182.00. Sale Date 10-26-2012,
                                                                                                                            ing 16-20 mph over limit
thence North 208.75 feet; thence West 40 feet; thence North 208.75 feet; thence                                                                            8 am.
West 208.75 feet; thence South 455 feet to the point of beginning;
   and to obtain judgment establishing that Plaintiffs are the owners of said property,          LEGAL NOTICE                                                 (Published in The Allen Advocate on
                                                                                                                                                                                             October 11, 18 and 25, 2012)
all as more particularly set out in Plaintiffs’ petition.                                             IN THE DISTRICT COURT
   NOW, THEREFORE, you and each of you are further notified that you must answer                          WITHIN AND FOR
the Petition filed herein on or before the 3rd day of December, 2012, or said Petition                  PONTOTOC COUNTY
will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly in favor of Plaintiffs and                      STATE OF OKLAHOMA                        LEGAL NOTICE                                     LEGAL NOTICE
against you, and establishing that Plaintiffs are the owners of the property, all as more                Case No. PB-2012-87                          IN THE DISTRICT COURT                             IN THE DISTRICT COURT
particularly set out in their Petition.                                                        In the Matter of the Estate of ANTHONY                     WITHIN AND FOR                                OF PONTOTOC COUNTY
   DATED this 16 day of October 2012.                                                       NEWTON REEVES, Deceased.                                    PONTOTOC COUNTY                                   STATE OF OKLAHOMA
                                                          Ernestine Eubank, Court Clerk        NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION                            STATE OF OKLAHOMA                                    No. SC-2012-550
                                                    Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma       FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION                                No. PB-2012-75                         CROWN POINT PROPERTIES, Plain-
                                                                       By: s) P. Weaver        The State of Oklahoma to: The heirs,             In the Matter of the Estate of MARJO-        tiff,
                                                                                   (SEAL)   next of kin, and creditors and all persons      RIE ROSS, Deceased.                                  vs.
   Kurt B. Sweeney, OBA#17455                                                               interested in the estate of Anthony Newton                 NOTICE TO CREDITORS                       JASON SCOTT ALLISON and JENNI-
   Sweeney, Smith, Draper & Christopher, PLLC                                               Reeves, Deceased:                                   To the Creditors of MARJORIE ROSS,           FER RENEE ALLISON, Defendants.
  sifie       e
   P.O. Box 70
   1320 Stone Bridge, Suite A
                                                                                               You are hereby notified that Denise M.
                                                                                            Reeves has applied for Letters of Admin-
                                                                                                                                            Deceased.                                            STATE OF OKLAHOMA )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ) SS
                                                                                                                                                All creditors having claims against
   Ada, Oklahoma 74820                                                                      istration on said estates to be granted to      Marjorie Ross, Deceased, are required                COUNTY OF PONTOTOC )
   580-332-7200 FAX 580-332-7201                                                            her as Personal Representative and has                                                                          ALIAS AFFIDAVIT
   Attorneys for Plaintiffs                                                                 requested that the identity of all the heirs,
                                                                                                                                            to present the same, with a description of
                                                                                                                                            all security interests and other collateral          Crown Point Properties, Plaintiff, being
   (Published in The Allen Advocate on October 18, 25 and November 1, 2012)                 devisees and legatees of said Anthony           (if any) held by each creditor with respect      duly sworn, deposes and says:
                                                                                            Newton Reeves be determined at the              to such claim, to the named Personal                 The mailing address of Defendants is
                                                                                            initial hearing, pursuant to 58 O.S.§240,                                                        unknown.
                                                                    RS - Don't f r et t wnload your 2x2 ads
                                                                                            and that sa d Petition w ll be heard by
                                                                                            said Court at the Courtroom in the County
                                                                                                                                            Representative, c/o Kenneth R. Johnson,
                                                                                                                                            130 East 14th Street, Drawer 1690, Ada,              The Defendants are indebted to the
                                                                                                                                                                                             Plaintiff in the sum of $1,500.00 for rent
                                                                                                                                            OK 74820 on or before the following pre-
                                                                     Web s te this week     Courthouse in the City of Ada, in said
                                                                                            County, on the 7 day of November, 2012,
                                                                                                                                            sentment date: December 27, 2012, or the         and late charges, damages to property,
                                                                                                                                                                                             and additionally for attorney fees and
  Send an Oklahoma veteran to Washington DC e w th the Ad Name downloa
                                                                                                                                            same will be forever barred.
                                                                                            at 1:30 o’clock p.m. when and where all             DATED this the 17th day of October,          costs of this action. The Plaintiff has
                                                                                            persons interested may appear and con-          2012.                                            demanded payment of said sum but the
             Oklahoma’s World War II veterans waited 60 years for a                         test the same.                                                            s) Jon Max Ross        Defendants refused to pay the same and
             memorial in their honor. We want you to help Oklahoma    orde om OPS f r           ds )
                                                                                               WITNESS my hand and seal of said
                                                                                            Court affixed this 17 day of October,
                                                                                                                                                              Personal Representative
                                                                                                                                                Kenneth R. Johnson
                                                                                                                                                                                             no part of the amount sued for has been
             veterans visit this
             memorial by making                                      a          n you n pape .
                                                                                                                      Martha K. Kilgore
                                                                                                                                                130 East 14th/Drawer 1690
                                                                                                                                                Ada, OK 74820
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        s) Terry A. Baulch
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Crown Point Properties,
                                                                                                             Judge of the District Court        (580) 332-2558                                                                  Plaintiff by
                         a tax-deductible                                                      A     p    p    r    o    v     e   d    :                                                                    Terry A. Baulch OBA#16350
                                                                                                                                                Attorney for Personal Representative
                         donation to Oklahoma                                               s) Dale Rex, OBA#31199                              (Published in The Allen Advocate on              Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                                               Kurt B. Sweeney, OBA#17544                                                                    10th day of October, 2012.
                         Honor Flights today.                                                                                               October 25 and November 1, 2012)

                                                                                             E WEEK                              O
                                                                                               Sweeney, Smith, Draper & Christopher,                                                                                      s) Amy K. Smith
                                                                                            PLLC                                                                                                                             Notary Public
                                 For more information on how to donate, visit                  P.O. Box 70
                                                                                               Ada, OK 73821-0070                                LEGAL NOTICE                                    My Commission Expires: 2/15/2015
               • (405) 259-9000                           580-332-7200 Fax 580-332-7201                          IN THE DISTRICT COURT
                                                                                                                                                          WITHIN AND FOR
                                                                                               Attorney for Petitioner                                                                           The State of Oklahoma to the within-
                                                                                               (Published in The Allen Advocate on                      PONTOTOC COUNTY                      named defendants.
                                                                                            October 25, 2012)                                           STATE OF OKLAHOMA                        You are hereby directed to appear and
                                                                                                                                                            No. PB-2012-77                   answer the foregoing claim and to have
                                                                                                                                                In the Matter of the Estate of JOE LEE       with you all books, papers and witnesses

  OKLAHOMA CLASSIFIED                                                                                                                           KLAHOMA LAS FIED
                                                                                                                                            BLANSETT, Deceased.                                eed d by you to establish yo defense
                                                                                                 LEGAL NOTICE                                           OT CE TO CRE TORS
                                                                                                                                                To the Creditors of JOE LEE BLANSETT,
                                                                                                                                                                                              o sa d cla m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 This matter shall be heard at District

  ADVERTISING NETWORK                                                                                                                           DVER ISIN NETWORK
                                                                                                      IN THE DISTRICT COURT                 Dec ased                                         co rt i Po to o Coun y S at of Okla-
                                                                                                       OF PONTOTOC COUNTY                       A red to s h ving la ms ag ins o             homa, t the ho r of 9 3         c ock a.m. on
                                                                                                        STATE OF OKLAHOMA                   Lee Blansett, Deceased, are required to          the 21st day of November, 2012, or at the
                                                                                                         Case No. CV-2012-151               present the same, with a description of          same time and place seven (7) days after
                                                                                               TRAVIS D. BARNES and KATHY RICH-             all security interests and other collateral
            HELP WANTED                                 STEEL BUILDINGS                     ARDSON, Plaintiffs,                                HELP WANTED
                                                                                                                                            (if any) held by each creditor with respect
                                                                                                                                                                                             service hereof, whichever is the latter.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         STEEL BUILDIN S
                                                                                                                                                                                             You are further notified that if you do not
                                                                                               Vs.                                          to such claim, to the named Personal             appear on the date shown, judgment will
 EXP. FLATBED DRIVERS: Regional                STEEL BUILDINGS Blow Out! Best                                                   EXP. FLA
                                                                                               The Unknown Heirs, Executors, Admin-         Representative eg Kenneth rt Johnson,
                                                                                                                                            ED DRI ERS c/o on l opp R. n ies                 E L B ILD NGS low Out!
                                                                                                                                                                                             be given against you as follows:
 opportunities now open with plenty of         savings on remaining clearance build-                                            now ope
                                                                                            istrators, Devisees, Trustees and Assigns,      th p en y 14 reight & great pay! 800 Ada,
                                                                                                                                            130 East       h
                                                                                                                                                             Street, Drawer 1690,                em i ing clearan e buildin as Ga
                                                                                                                                                                                                 For the amount of said c aim s. it is
 freight & great pay! 800-277-0212 or                                                       Immediate and Remote, of RICHARD0212277 LEE     primeinc com or before the following pre-
                                                                                                                                            OK 74820 on
                                               ings. Garages, Workshops, Homes,                                                                                                              stated s Homes 20x2
                                                                                                                                                                                            orksho in said affidavit.                                                                               BARNES, Deceased; JIMMY L. BARNES               sentment date: December 21, 2012, or the                 addition, a judgment for payme the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 In MAKE FFER and LOW costs of ts
                                               20x22, 25X30, 30x40, 35x56, 40x70.           and DEBBIE J. BARNES, individually
                                               MAKE OFFER and LOW payments.                 and as husband and wife; TROY STAN- "C N YO     same will H forever ipm n
                                                                                                                                            DIG IT?" be a y E barred.                        action, including attorney’s fees and other
                                                                                                                                                                                             1 925 Nicole
                                                                                                                                             g DATED this the 11 day of October,
 "CAN YOU DIG IT?" Heavy Equipment                                                                                                                Pr gra      ack         B l es             costs, may also be given.
                                               1-800-991-9251 Nicole.                       BERRY; Defendants.                              2012
 School. 3 wk Training Program.                                                                                                 E c           L c                                                Dated this 10th of October, 2012.
                                                                                                      NOTICE BY PUBLICATION                                            s) Marilyn D Cole                        AL ESTAT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ernestine Eubank
 Backhoes, Bulldozers Excavators.                          REAL ESTATE                         STATE OF OKLAHOMA, TO:                                         al e i icati s 6
                                                                                                                                                               Personal Representative                                  Clerk of the Court
 Local Job Placement Asst. VA Benefits                                                                                          3 admin-
                                                                                               The unknown heirs, executors, 2-649              Kenneth R. Johnson                                                            0-G t 60 A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         By: s) P. Weaver
 Approved. 2 National Certifications.          20 ACRES FREE! Buy 40-Get 60                 istrators, devisees, trustees and assigns,          130 East 14th/Drawer 1690                                                           Deputy
 866-362-6497                                  Acres. $0-Down $168/mo. Money
                                                                                            immediate and remote, of RICHARD LEEDRI E S         Ada, OK ATO
                                                                                                                                              NER OPE74820                                                                         (SEAL)
                                                                                            BARNES, deceased.                                                                                                                      ews R
                                                                                                                                        m       (580) 332-2558
                                                                                                                                                 ? $ New Pay P
                                               Back Guarantee, No Credit Checks.               You are hereby notified that on the 22
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Terry Ne r El
                                                                                                                                                                                                ey d A. Baulch
 DRIVERS OWNER OPERATORS &                     Beautiful Views. Roads/Surveyed.                                                 B u D.
                                                                                            day of October, 2012, Plaintiff Travis
                                                                                                                                        R       Attorney for e ery 6 8 days a l
                                                                                                                                               to Oklahom Personal Representative                Attorney at Law
                                                                                                                                                                                                    un et anches
 Fleet Drivers Oklahoma CDL? $ New                                                                                              1 800 6         (Published in The Allen Advocate on              127 East 6th Street
                                               Near El Paso, Texas. 1-800-843-7537.         Barnes filed suit against you in the District   October 18 and 25, 2012)
 Pay Package $ Sign-On Bonus Return                                                                                                                                                              Ada, OK 74820
 to Oklahoma every 6-8 days. Call
                                                             Court of Pontotoc County, Oklahoma,
                                                                                                                                                 LEGAL NOTICE                                    (580) 436-0169A
                                                                                            being Suit No. C-2012-151 to judic ally               1 inc eas pe mile a ter 6                      (580) 436-0343 fax
 1-800-765-3952.                                                                                                                                       IN THE DISTRICT COURT
                                                              AUCTION                                                           mon the
                                                                                            determine the death and heirship ofhs                      yo r om me: We                              ION shed 5 The 5 01 Grand B on
                                                                                                                                                                                                 (Publ NOV in 10AMAllen Advocate v
                                                                                            above-named individual and quiet his title
                                                                                                                                7/ON 7/O               OF PONTOTOC
                                                                                                                                                      ON 7/OFF R COUNTY quires               October showing Oct 28
                                                                                                                                                                                            K Privat 18, 25 and November- 1, M 5±   2012)
                                                                                            to a ½ interests in the following described                  STATE OF OKLAHOMA
 DRIVER - $0.01 increase per mile                                                                                               months                              800 41 9
                                                                                                                                                          er ce PB-2011-10
 after 6 months. Choose your home-
                                               AUCTION NOV 15 10AM. 5701 Grand
                                               Blvd. OKC, OK. Private showing Oct
                                                                                            property in Pontotoc County, State of ww d v          o
                                                                                                                                                          Case No.
                                                                                                                                               In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT
                                                                                                                                                                                                  LEGAL NOTICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                  b , ba ho plu 911 Roc
 time: Weekly, 7/ON-7/OFF, 14/                                                              Oklahoma, to-wit:                                                                                         . Eddie Haynes Real Estat
                                                                                                                                                                                                      IN THE DISTRICT COURT
                                               28 1-4PM. 5± Acres with 2 bd, 2 ba              Lot 2 and the SE1/4 of NW1/4 of Sec- FRANK READ, Deceased.                                             OF 05-833-9499 Garden
                                                                                                                                                                                                      rd PONTOTOC COUNTY
 ON-7/OFF. Requires 3 months                                                                                                                     AGEN S HEARING a Da
                                                                                                                                                 NOT CE OF Ear $500 FINAL AC-
                                               home plus 1911 Rock Stable Party             tion 7, Township 2 North, Range AN D   5 East,                                                              STATE OF OKLAHOMA
 recent experience. 800-414-9569.                                                                                               Great Ag     Benefi s • Comm s ions DETERMINA-
                                                                                                                                             COUNT, PETITION FOR Pai Daily
                                               Barn. Eddie Haynes Real Estate &             containing 76.23 acres, more or less, Save                                                                     Case No. P-12-46                                                                                                              Comp e
                                                                                            and Except all interest in the oil, gas and       TION • HEIRSHIP AND DISTRIBU-
                                                                                                                                              a nin OF eads No Co Cal s NO
                                               Auction. Craig Buford 405-833-9499.
                                                                                                                                LI ENSE
                                                                                            other minerals in and under the above                           TO OF L C l
                                                                                                                                                           TIONAP ESTATE                        CAR ER TRA NI G/EDUCATION
                                                                                                                                                                                               In the Matter of the Determination of
                                                                                                                                                                                            Death and Heirship of ELSIE AMY WAL-
                                               Garden Oasis Heart of OKC.                                                                      Notice is hereby given that the duly
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Atwood Church
of the Nazarene
  We enjoyed the beautiful autumn weather as we attended
church this Sunday.
  Our preacher’s wife, Murphy, has been sick for several
years and we want to especially remember her in our prayers.
She comes to church, even though she is feeling bad. Many
times prayer in the only answer when the doctors don’t know
the problem.
  October is pastor appreciation month. We thank God for
sending Murphy and Larry our way fifteen years ago. Our
special “Thank you for Giving to the Lord,” was sung by
Bro. Larry.
  We never know whose life we are influencing, good or bad.
We need to use our time and talents for God. His sermon was

                                                                                             Our Congressman
taken from Hebrews 4:14-16 and entitled “Hold on to Faith.”
Most of us can weather a bad day now and then. Some of us

                                                                                                     Tom Cole
will experience trials that seem to have no end in sight. All
of us will experience times when we just want the world to
  Jesus knew how difficult life could be. The world turned
on Him, friends deserted Him, and some wanted Him dead.
Yet, through it all, He found the strength to keep moving                                     Helped to write the conservative budgets to cut trillions
forward. He maintained His integrity and His relationship                                     and end reckless Washington spending.
with the Father.                                                                              Battling every bankrupting Obama budget.
  We don’t have to solve our problems on our own, we have
God. Prayer is often most needed when it is most difficult.                                   Fighting to end Obamacare and oppressive regulations
We are encouraged to become bold and confident. When                                          strangling job creators.
problems seem bigger than God, this is an opportunity to                                      Working for thousands of new jobs at Ft. Sill and Tinker.
see God in action. We have a God that can handle it all. It
is in those times of great need that we discover unlimited                                    Author of the law to end federal funding for political party
mercy and grace to help us. When we trust him completely                                      conventions and presidential candidates.
we discover that mustard-seed faith is enough.
                                                                                              100% pro-growth, pro-life, and pro-NRA.
  Saturday, Trisha will have her Halloween party at 2:00 at
her house. Also Sunday evening at 4:00, we will have our
annual wiener roast and hayride at the river. Meet at the                                               OUR VALUES IN ACTION
  We want to remind you about our Christmas Bazaar No-
vember 3rd, from 9:00-2:00. You should be able to find some
gifts and baked goods. We will be serving lunch, so come
and enjoy our homemade soups and fried pies.

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   Desperate for a change, there are many who are willing to
do almost anything to increase efficiency and restore peace
at the North Pole. But there is only one who will go too far
and commit an act of murder in this mystical place.
   The annual Allen Murder Mystery, sponsored by the Allen
School’s Art Club and the Allen Sorority, will be held Satur-
                                                                                               Robinson Family
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year’s play is entitled “Ho, Ho, Homicide” and will have a
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                                                                                                                        on Conservation
                                                                                                                        The Hughes County Conservation District (HCCD) recently
                                                                                                                      hosted its 1st Annual 5th Grade Fishing Clinic for area students.
                                                                                                                      The District invited all area schools to participate, however with
                                                                                                                      Fall Break and prior planned events only three schools partici-
                                                                                                                      pated this year: Holdenville, Moss and Calvin.
                                                                                                                        HCCD worked closely with the Oklahoma Department of
                                                                                                                      Wildlife Holdenville Fish Hatchery to provide the students with
                                                                                                                      a valuable outdoor learning experience. The students learned
                                                                                                                      how to identify the different varieties of Oklahoma fish and how
                                                                                                                      to properly cast a rod and reel. The students were then able to
                                                                                                                      spend the next hour trying to lure a fish onto their hook. While
                                                                                                                      not all students were successful, everyone enjoyed the perfect
                                                                                                                      weather for the event and discovering the other wildlife around
                                                                                                                      the area.
                                                                                                                        HCCD would like to thank the volunteers that helped to make
                                                                                                                      this event a success. Thank you to Bill Newman, Don Groom and
                                                                                                                      Clayton Porter of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conser-
                                                                                                                      vation, Shannon Wofford of the Hughes County Farm Service
                                                                                                                      Agency, Taryn Wofford of the Pontotoc County Meat Science
                                                                                                                      4-H Club, the City of Holdenville and the Natural Resources
                                                                                                                      Conservation Service (NRCS) Holdenville Field Office. The
                                                                                                                      District would like to give a special thank you to Dale Jenkins,
                                                                                                                      HCCD Vice-Chairman for volunteering the use of his pond for
                                                                                                                      the event.
                                                                                                                        For further information on any of the programs offered by the
                                                                                                                      District or to see additional pictures of the event visit the HCCD
                                                                                                                      website at or contact Andrea Jones at the
                                                                                                                      HCCD office at 419 E. Highway, Holdenville, Oklahoma 74848
                                                                                                                      or by phone at (405) 379-2570.

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                         Concerned Patriotic
                   An Imam in the Middle East said, “The White House
                will be the Muslim House.” The head of C.A.I.R.
                (Counsel for American Islamic Relations) said, “We
                are not here to assimilate, we are here to become
                the dominant religion.” The Brotherhood Leader,
                Muhammad Mahdi Othman Akef said, “The Americans
                will come into the bosom of Islam.” Obama said in one
                of his books, “If an ugly situation develops, I will go
                with the Muslims.” An ugly situation is in development
                   There are many Islamic groups in the United States
                that are now planning the takeover of our country. A
                few of them are ISNA, MSA, ICNA, IIIT, NAIT, MAYA,
                IAPA and, of course, C.A.I.R. The Muslim Brotherhood
                is alive and thriving with one of them already in the
                White House.
                   Obama said, “This is no longer a Christian Nation.”
                He even attempted to tell churches who they could                                                                    Austin Woodell, 11-year-old son of Janet and Stephen
                hire as ministers, but the U.S. Supreme Court in a rare                                                            Tahah of Pauls Valley, proudly displays his first deer. He took
                unanimous ruling struck that down. Obama said, “I                                                                  the 6-point buck in the Gerty area on October 19th, during
                am a citizen of the world.” I don’t want a citizen of the                                                          the Youth Rifle Season. Austin is the grandson of John and
                world in our White House. Too many have given their                                                                Donna Tatum and Joyce and Lewis Woodell.
                lives and many others have suffered for our freedoms.
                Many take those freedoms for granted. Freedom is                                                                      Shop Allen First
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                   If Obama should get another term, we will kiss those
                freedoms goodbye, renounce our Christianity or be
                                                                                                                                     Starting November 1st, the Allen Chamber of Commerce will
                beheaded.                                                                                                          be sponsoring a “Shop Allen First” Christmas give-away.
                   That is pure fact.                                                                                                Participating Chamber merchants will be giving shoppers a
                                                                                                                                   ticket with each purchase of $5 or more. Then, on December
                                                                                                                                   15th, following Santa’s 3:00 p.m. visit with the children, at 4:00
                                                                                                                                   p.m., a drawing will be held in town with the grand prize winner
                                                                                                                                   receiving an Apple I-Pad II; the second place drawing winner
                     Paid for by a Concerned Patriotic American                                                                    will receive a Kindle Fire.
                                                                                                                                     In addition to the two big winners, gifts and gift certificates
                                                                                                                                   will be awarded from various Chamber businesses. You must
                                                                                                                                   be present at the drawing to win.

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                                                                                                                                   and enjoy the activities there.
                                                                                                                                      Dinner was enjoyed at the Olive Garden followed by a shopping
                                                                                                                                   trip at Penn Square Mall.
                                                                                                                                      Out & about from Tahoe City, California are Jerry and Kim Pipkin.
                                                                                                                                   They are visiting with his cousin, Donnie and Wilda Pipkin in Allen,
                                                                                                                                   and with his uncle, Arthur Pipkin of Ada.
                                                                                                                                      Cousins Tristan Melton and Eli Melson both celebrated their 2nd
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                                                                                                                                       THE ALLEN ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 25, 2012 - PAGE 13

 Together for the first time in a number of years were the Ellis children. The family enjoyed time together recently at the home of Wayne and Pat
Bullard. Pictured are Carol Cook, Freda Harry, Pat Bullard, Don Ellis, Margaret Bailey and Fred Ellis.

Out and About Allen
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traveled to West Memphis,          of Lawton spent the weekend              lunch this past Saturday with                          through Saturday in the home                           gery Tuesday at the OU Medi-
Arkansas, to the home of her       visiting her parents, Alden and          her sisters, Wanda and Olen                            of Rhonda Nix. Jimmy Nix,                              cal Center in Oklahoma City.
daughter, Donna Dale. After        Kelly Kidwell, sister Becca              Jackson of Duncan, and Joan                            Grace Laden and Kinsey Nix                               Susie Snider was dismissed
an over-night stay, Glenda and     Kidwell, and grandparents Loy            Roach and Dora Scott of Ada.                           dropped by for a visit on Fri-                         Friday following a stay in the
Donna continued on to Nash-        and Jana Kidwell in Ada.                            —O&A—                                       day.                                                   Valley View Regional Hospi-
ville, Tennessee where they                                                                                                                                                               tal, Ada.

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attended a taping of the Gaither
Vocal Band’s new video, “Pure
& Simple.”
  After a three day, two night
stay in Nashville they returned
to West Memphis, picked up
Donna’s youngest son, Joshua,                 2013 5 door Sonic                                                                   2012 Buick Verano
and made the return trip home                                                                                                                                                                                   $315
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 per month
to Gerty. Donna and Joshua                                                                                                                                                                                         w.a.c.
enjoyed several days out &                                                                              $249
about.                                                                                                   per month
  During her stay they were
able to attend a pre-season
Thunder game in Oklahoma
City. On the way home from

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that excursion they met Billy          All New Chevy & GMC Extended and Crew Cab Trucks
Haney in Shawnee and picked
up three of his children for a
stay in Gerty during their Fall                                                                                                or
Break. Spending time with
their grandmother, aunt and                                                                                                                              Months                W.A.C.
cousin were Jayden, Devon and
Abree Haney of Blanchard.
                                        Need to save $$$ on Gas? Over 20 Chevy Equinox and Cruze’s in stock
  Donny and Judy Johnson                                                                                               Over
enjoyed a visit this past week
from his nephew and niece.
Out & about were Kevin John-
son, who is a park ranger in
Yosemite National Park, and            No Gimmicks • No Games ..... Just REAL DEALS!
Susan Johnson of St. Louis,

                                                  Big Selection of
  Arriving Tuesday for a few
days visit with their cousin,
Helen Pierce, were Ronnie and
Ruth Thiessen from Washita,
                                                Pre-Owned Vehicles                                                                       Only 28K

Oklahoma, and Imo Gean                                                                                                                1995 Brilliant Red Corvette!
Fuller and Yvonna Bartlett                   2011 Ford F-150 FX-4
                                                                                                       2010 Ford Harley                                                   2003 Titanium Silver Toyota
                                                  “Bad Boy”
from Ft. Cobb.                                                                                         Davidson Edition                                                            4-Runner
           —O&A—                                                                                                                                                                                                      Low
  Attending the recent FBC                                                                                                                                                                                            Miles!
Ladies’ October Salad Supper,
held in the home of Mary Pat                      iles
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Sappenfield, were Pat Shires,          & it                                                   Only 25K                     sunroof, navigation,
Judy Johnson, Vicki Chris-                      Raptor         Graphics!                       Miles!
                                                                                                                         too many options to list!
tian, Jan Luna, Paula Nelson,
                                        Over 200 vehicles on the lot to choose from!
Jill Kaminski, Jan Moore and

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Linda Spain.

  Bob and Connie Wylie of
Oklahoma City were out &                         iverside
about this past Friday visit-                                                                                                                                           Financing Got Turned
ing with her cousin, Jearl and                                                                               of Holdenville                                           Down? Don’t give up, we
Linda Knighten. The four                                         (405)379-5424                                                                                         have financing for you!
enjoyed dinner that evening at                      3224 Hwy 48 - Holdenville,OK 74848
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 Allen School Menu
Cereals, Milk, Juice
                      Week of October 29th
  Breakfast — Pancake Pups, Yogurt, Applesauce, Choice of
                                                                      I’m Glad to be Back!!!
  Lunch — Tacos (Hard & Soft), Salad, Cheese, Refried Beans,             Dr. Kay Arthur is so thankful to be be back practicing chiro-
Applesauce, Milk                                                        practic medicine at her old clinic at Horntown and appreci-
  Breakfast — Breakfast Bars, Toast, Banana, Choice of Cereals,
                                                                        ates all the support and loyalty of her devoted patients.
Milk, Juice                                                              To show her appreciation and thankfulness she would like
  Lunch — Pizza, Salad, Broccoli with Ranch, Cake, Banana,              to extend the
                                                                                       Two (2) Free upper cervical
  Breakfast — Egg, Sausage & Cheese Croissants, Orange,                              X-rays through November 30th
Choice of Cereals, Milk, Juice                                                               (insurance will be filed)
  Lunch — Hamburger Steak with Brown Gravy, Mashed Po-
tatoes, Salad, Rolls, Mixed Fruit, Milk                                  Office Location - 3320 Hwy 75
  Breakfast — Cinnamon Rolls, Yogurt, Strawberries, Choice                      - Horntown -
of Cereals, Milk, Juice
  Lunch — Philly-Steak Sandwich, Salad, Broccoli with Cheese
Sauce, Peaches, Milk
                                                                      Come by or call 405-379-3888 to
  Breakfast — Biscuits & Gravy, Mixed Fruit, Choice of Cere-
als, Milk, Juice                                                        schedule your appointment.
  Lunch — Fish Sandwich, Salad, Sweet Potato Fries, Oranges,

                                         Open Monday - Saturday 8 to 7 ¶Sundays 12 to 5
                                          Sale runs October 25 through October 31

                                   Allen Food Center
     • Movie Rental
     • We accept ACCESS OK                                                                                               • VISA • MasterCard • Amex • Discover Accepted
     • Fidelity Express bill pay                                                                                         • Money Orders
     • WIC Approved                                         Downtown Allen • 857-2627                                    • Senior Citizen Discount Wednesdays

           FAB Liquid                                      Final Touch                             Santa Fe
            Laundry Detergent Fabric Softner                                                       Tortilla Chips

                                   25                                   25                                          25
                                       $                                             $                                             $
                                       50 oz                                         64 oz
                                        Jug                                           Jug

            Bounty Basic                                   Charmin Basic Big Roll                   Capri Sun Fruit Drink or
            Paper Towels Tissue                                                                    or Kool-Aid Jammers

                                       7 6                                                                          24
                                                                                                                        assorted varieties

                                   $              49 $                99                                                           $
                                                  8 roll              12 roll                                                    10 pk
                                                  pkg                 pkg                                                         box

                                                           Mountain Dew,                           Shurfine              Select Varieties

            Potato Chips                                   Sierra Mist or Pepsi                    Ice Cream

                                   2 6 3 10                                                                                    5
                                          $                                $                                              $                   99
                                                                           12 Pack                                                            144 oz
                                        $4.29                                                                                                  Pail

            US Fancy               - Red Delicous           Fancy                                  Fancy

             Apples                                        Baking Potatoes
                                                                                                   Sweet Potatoes
                                   - Fuji
                                   - Granny Smith

                                       1                              2 3 69
                                   $              29                                 $                                      ¢
                                                   Lb                            4 cnt

             Boston Butt                                    Jumbo Pack Fryer                       Lean Boneless Top

             Pork Roast Leg Quarters Round Roast

                                       1                                        79                                            3
                                   $              39                                          ¢                          $                    19
                                                  Lb                                                                                           Lb


             Oscar Mayer Fun Pack                           Oscar Mayer                             Oscar Mayer Red Rind
             Lunchables                                     Meat Wieners                            Bologna or

                                   25 25                                                                            24
                                         $                                            $                                                $
                                                                                     1 Lb                                          1 Lb
                                         for                                         Pkg                                           Pkg

                                     35                                                                             23
             T.J. Farms
                                                                  $             Shurfine
             Tater                                            32 oz
                                                                                Cinnamon Rolls                                       8 cnt

                                                                                or Orange Danish


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