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Motion approved with Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) 34 Ok Employment Security Comm. 352 O G & E 395 Welch State Bank Dist.3/Unemployment .............. $398.68 the following votes cast: Schroder-yes; Minutes of the Regular Meeting of 911/Unemployment ................... $62.69 Comm/Usage ........................... $312.56 Dist.1/Lease Payment .......... $3,486.82 SALES TAX 2012-2013 Shimanek-yes; Wilczek-yes. Kingfisher County Board of 35 Pioneer 353 City of Kingfisher 396 Security National Bank 129 Boevers, Keith A. A motion was made by Shimanek and Commissioners held on October 9, 911/Monthly Bill ......................... $77.23 Comm/Usage ........................... $353.16 Dist.1/Lease Payment ......... $2,053.09 Extension/Travel ..................... $316.35 seconded by Schroder to approve 2012. Advance notice of the meeting 35 Pioneer 354 Cimarron Electric 397 Security National Bank 130 Pioneer monthly appropriations and transfers for was posted on the bulletin board next to Treasurer/Monthly Bill ............. $246.84 Comm/Usage ........................... $244.26 Dist.1/Lease Payment .......... $2,471.06 Extension/Monthly Billing ........ $263.36 Kingfisher County. Motion approved with Commissioner’s office, north and west 43 Crandall & Sanders, Inc. 355 City of Hennessey 398 Dub Ross Company 131 Ok Employment Security Comm. the following votes cast: Schroder yes; entrances on October 5, 2012. Sheriff/Repairs ......................... $129.99 Comm/Usage ........................... $108.30 Dist.1/Culverts ...................... $7,776.00 Sheriff/Unemployment .............. $91.32 Shimanek-yes; Wilczek-yes. Chairman Wilczek called the 44 Ok Employment Security Comm. 356 Pioneer 399 Ok Employment Security Comm. 132 Kingfisher Office Supply A motion was made by Schroder and Commissioners meeting to order at 9:34 Sheriff/Unemployment .............. $24.48 Comm/Monthly Bill .................. $920.91 Dist.1/Unemployment ............. $403.48 Extension/Supplies .................... $39.36 seconded by Shimanek to approve the a.m. Roll call was read with the following 56 Main Street Lube 357 Pioneer 400 Kingfisher Office Supply 133 Kingfisher Office Supply Correction Deed from Kingfisher County responses: Schroder-present; Sheriff/Service on Units ............ $90.51 County Clerk/Monthly Bill ........ $168.63 Dist.2/Supplies ........................ $157.92 Extension/Supplies .................. $162.06 to Rocko Mills, LLC to correct the legal Shimanek-present; Wilczek-present. 57 O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. 358 Ok Employment Security Comm. 401 Culligan Water Softener 134 Okla. State University description. Motion approved with the Also in attendance were the following; Sheriff/Supplies ........................... $8.99 Court Clerk/Unemployment .... $123.49 Dist.2/Service ............................ $36.00 Extension/Salary .................. $5,607.00 following votes cast: Schroder-yes; Don Russell, Russell Engineering, Inc.; 58 Pioneer 359 Pioneer 402 CCP Industries, Inc. 135 Kingfisher Times & Free Press Shimanek-yes; Wilczek-yes. Max Gerber, County Engineer; Barbara Sheriff/Monthly Bill .................. $165.75 Assessor/Monthly Bill .............. $173.18 Dist.2/Supplies ........................ $634.05 Chisholm Museum/Publication . $30.80 A motion was made by Shimanek and Walter, Hennessey Clipper; Gary Reid, 59 Kingfisher Office Supply 360 Sanders Funeral Service 403 Alcohol & Drug Test, Inc. 136 Ok Employment Security Comm. seconded by Schroder to approve a Kingfisher Times & Free Press; and Sheriff/Supplies ......................... $21.37 Charity ..................................... $600.00 Dist.2/Testing .......................... $128.60 Free Fair/Unemployment ......... $25.80 pipeline crossing submitted by Blue Teresa Wood, Kingfisher County Clerk. 60 Kingfisher Office Supply 361 City of Kingfisher 404 Welch State Bank 137 City of Kingfisher Ridge Oilfield starting from Section 34, A motion was made by Schroder and Sheriff/Supplies ....................... $141.14 Gen Gov/Monthly Billing ...... $1,361.00 Dist.2/Lease Payment .......... $2,624.60 Free Fair/Monthly Payment . $2,178.28 Township 17N, Range 5W to Section 36, seconded by Shimanek to approve the 61 Merritt, Jasper 362 City of Kingfisher 405 John Deere Credit 138 Pioneer Township 17N, Range 5W. Motion following: Agenda, minutes for regular Sheriff/Service ...................... $1,040.00 Gen Gov/Monthly Billing ......... $743.65 Dist.2/Lease Payment ......... $3,292.95 Free Fair/Monthly Payment .... $333.13 approved with the following votes cast: meeting held October 1, 2012: warrants 62 Ok Employment Security Comm. 363 City of Kingfisher 406 Welch State Bank 139 Answering Unlimited Schroder-yes; Shimanek-yes; Wilczek- for fiscal year 2011-2012 and warrants Sheriff/Unemployment .............. $99.48 Gen Gov/Monthly Billing ...... $3,138.07 Dist.2/Lease Payment ......... $2,116.58 Okarche Fire/Monthly Billing .. $100.00 yes. and purchase orders #1254 thru #1500 63 Pioneer 364 Amsan 407 Earnheart Oil 140 Page Plus Inc. A motion was made by Schroder and for the fiscal year 2012-2013. Motion Sheriff/Security ........................ $268.28 Gen Gov/Supplies ................... $270.60 Dist.2/Fuel .......................... $25,758.71 Big 4 Fire/Pager Bill ................ $101.95 seconded by Shimanek to approve a title approved with the following votes cast: 78 Arms, Juanita 365 Ok Employment Security Comm. 408 Enid Mack Sales, Inc. 141 Page Plus Inc. sheet for proposed county bridge federal Schroder-yes; Shimanek-yes; Wilczek- Health/Mileage ........................ $129.32 Gen Gov/Unemployment ..... $1,399.30 Dist.2/Parts .............................. $332.94 Loyal Fire/Pager Bill ................. $49.20 aid project #STP-137D(093)CI, bridge & yes. 79 Kingfisher Office Supply 366 Pioneer 409 Garfield Glass 142 Page Plus Inc. approaches over Campbell Creek, GENERAL/OTHER 2012-2013 Health/Supplies ....................... $191.94 Gen Gov/Monthly Billing ......... $155.41 Dist.2/Repairs .......................... $369.12 Okarche Fire/Pager Bill ........... $127.80 submitted by Russell Engineering, Inc. 8 OK Employment Security Comm. 80 Arnold Outdoor 367 Pioneer 410 Ok Employment Security Comm. 143 Pioneer Motion approved with the following votes Law Library/Unemployment ....... $2.16 Health/Billboard ....................... $325.00 Gen Gov/Monthly Billing ........ $149.17 Dist.2/Unemployment .............. $547.39 Loyal Fire /Monthly Bill .............. $50.00 cast: Schroder-yes; Shimanek-yes; 13 Redwood Biotech 81 Okeene Record 368 Global Comm. Technology 411 Kingfisher Office Supply SALES TAX 1/4 2012-2013 Wilczek-yes. Drug Court/Supplies ................ $380.02 Health/Advertisement .............. $368.55 Emrg. Mgmt./Supplies ............. $239.00 Dist.3/Supplies ........................ $153.65 30 Special-Ops Uniforms, Inc. A motion was made by Schroder and 14 Redwood Toxicology Laboratory 82 Pioneer 369 U.S. Postmaster 412 Alcohol & Drug Test, Inc. Kgf Fire/Uniforms .................... $352.98 seconded by Shimanek to approve Drug Court/Lab Test .................. $10.00 Health/Monthly Bill ................. $397.21 Election/Stamps ...................... $500.00 Dist.3/Testing ........................... $69.60 31 City of Kingfisher Kingfisher County District Attorney’s 15 Kingfisher Office Supply 83 McNair, Lanoma K. 370 Pioneer 413 Chisholm Trail Tech. Center Kgf Fire/ Lease Payment .... $1,596.55 office request to add Brittany Gassner as Drug Court/Supplies ................ $108.15 Health/Mileage .......................... $35.52 Election/Monthly Bill ................ $148.23 Dist.3/Training .......................... $44.00 32 Empire Companies Receiving Officer and remove Ashley 16 OK Employment Security Comm. 84 Castellanos, Diane Rogers HIGHWAY 2012-2013 414 Security National Bank Big 4 Fire/ Lease Payment .... $253.75 Chlouber as Receiving Officer. Motion Drug Court/Unemployment ....... $60.00 Health/Mileage ........................ $497.28 388 Kingfisher Office Supply Dist.3/Lease Payment ......... $2,053.09 33 Empire Companies approved with the following votes cast: 27 Kingfisher Office Supply 85 McNair, Lanoma K. Dist.1/Supplies .......................... $37.99 415 Welch State Bank Big 4 Fire/ Lease Payment ..... $250.00 Schroder yes; Shimanek-yes; Wilczek- Court Clerk/Supplies ................. $65.98 Health/Mileage ............................ $8.88 389 Walker Tire Dist.3/Lease Payment .......... $1,204.18 34 Empire Companies yes. 28 Kingfisher County General Fund 346 Pioneer Dist.1/ Tires .......................... $2,692.00 416 Security National Bank Big 4 Fire/ Lease Payment ..... $343.25 A motion was made by Shimanek and Court Clerk/Reimbursement ... $123.49 District Attorney/Billing ........... $172.14 390 Dub Ross Company Dist.3/Lease Payment .......... $4,391.14 35 Empire Companies seconded by Schroder to adjourn. 29 OK Employment Security Comm. 347 Plains Partners LLC Dist.1/Culverts ......................... $556.14 417 Welch State Bank Big 4 Fire/ Lease Payment .... $250.00 Motion approved with the following votes Court Clerk/Unemployment ...... $59.60 Sheriff/Fuel ........................... $4,055.20 391 Alcohol & Drug Test, Inc. Dist.3/Lease Payment .......... $1,166.00 36 Welch State Bank cast: Schroder-yes; Shimanek-yes; 31 TM Consulting 348 Ok Employment Security Comm. Dist.1/Testing .......................... $128.60 418 Welch State Bank Big 4 Fire/ Lease Payment .. $1,431.74 Wilczek-yes. Treasurer/Service & Repairs .. $108.01 Sheriff/Unemployment .............. $65.80 392 Chisholm Trail Tech. Center Dist.3/Lease Payment .......... $1,071.83 A motion was made by Shimanek and Meeting adjourned at 9:55 a.m. 32 ACH Direct888 349 Pioneer Dist.1/Training ........................... $44.00 419 Welch State Bank seconded by Schroder to approve Edward Wilczek, Chairman Treasurer/Supplies .................. $160.00 Sheriff/Monthly Bill .................. $456.11 393 Welch State Bank Dist.3/Lease Payment .......... $2,207.29 monthly reports submitted by: Assessor, Keith Schroder, Vice-Chairman 33 Reserve Account 350 Embassy Suites Dist.1/Lease Payment ............. $807.80 420 Schwarz Oil Co. County Clerk, Court Clerk, Health Ray Shimanek, Member Treasurer/Postage ............... $5,000.00 Comm/Lodging ........................ $154.00 394 Welch State Bank Dist.3/Fuel .......................... $23,197.91 Department, Sheriff, Treasurer, and Teresa Wood, Kingfisher County Clerk 34 Ok Employment Security Comm. 351 Kingfisher Office Supply Legal notices (Published Wed. Oct. 17, 2012 in the (Published Wed. Oct. 17, 2012 in the OKLAHOMA subject to taxes and tax sales; said Judy A. Lightie; InterBank; Chesca sion. Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman property being duly appraised at Annette Walta Mecklenburg; Shanna NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that BEFORE THE CORPORATION BEFORE THE CORPORATION BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman $60,000.00. Gish; Charlotte D. Lawler Gish; Sandra this cause will be heard before an Admin- COMMISSION OF THE STATE COMMISSION OF THE DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner Sale will be made pursuant to an A. Briggs; Donna R. Walta; Yvonne istrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing OF OKLAHOMA STATE OF OKLAHOMA ATTEST: Order of Sale issued upon a judgment Velasquez; Emma Louise Brown, Docket at the Corporation Commission, APPLICANT: BRG PETROLEUM LLC APPLICANT: BRG PETROLEUM LLC Peggy Mitchell, Secretary of the entered in the District Court of Kingfisher Trustee of the Emma Louise Brown Re- Eastern Regional Service Office, Suite RELIEF REQUESTED: RELIEF REQUESTED: Commission County, Oklahoma, in Case No. CJ- vocable Trust; Monica L. Breckenridge; 114, State Office Building, 440 South LOCATION EXCEPTION POOLING LPXLP 2012-11, wherein Deutsche Bank Na- Christopher W. Moery & Kristin Jill Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, at LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SECTION 30, LEGAL DESCRIPTION: tional Trust Company, as Trustee for Moery; Estelle T. Simmons; Denise 8:30 a.m. on the 5th day of November, TOWNSHIP 19 NORTH, RANGE 7 SECTION30, TOWNSHIP 19 NORTH, Ameriquest Mortgage Securities Inc., Wedel c/o Jeffrey C. Trent; Brian M. 2012, and that this notice be published WEST, KINGFISHER COUNTY, RANGE 7 WEST, KINGFISHER (Published Wed. Oct. 17 and 24, 2012 in Asset-Backed Pass-Through Certifi- Pickett and Herbert L. Pickett II; Shirley as required by law and the rules of the OKLAHOMA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA the Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) cates, Series 2005-R10 is Plaintiff and Kathleen Brinkley, Kathleen Ann Painter Commission. CD 201206642-T CD 201206643-T NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE Shane Lukasek and Kelly Lukasek is/are and James Michael Binkley, Trustees of NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE OF HEARING CJ-2012-31 Defendant(s) to satisfy said judgment in the Revocable Inter Vivos Trust of the Applicant and interested parties may STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All per- STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All per- Notice is given that on the 20 day of the sum of $72,397.29 together with in- Shirley Kathleen Brinkley, u/a/ October present testimony by telephone. The sons, owners, producers, operators, sons, owners, producers, operators, November, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., at the terest at 10.5% per annum or at the 24, 2000; Mike D. Pribyl; Kimberly Kae cost of telephonic communication shall purchasers and takers of oil and gas and purchasers and takers of oil and gas and front lobby of the County Courthouse, in current adjustable rate from September Hawk; Rebecca Ann Pribyl; Chesapeake be paid by the person or persons re- all other interested persons in Kingfisher all other interested persons, particularly the City of Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, 1, 2011, including late charges, Exploration, L.L.C.; and if any of the questing its use. Interested parties who County, Oklahoma, and more particu- in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma, the Sheriff of said County will $1,800.00 for attorney’s fees, $250.00 above are deceased, the unknown heirs, wish to participate by telephone shall larly Prime Operating Company; and if more particularly InterBank; Denise offer for sale and sell, with appraisement, advances for title search, taxes, insur- executors, administrators, devisees, contact the Applicant, or Applicant’s at- any of the above are deceased, the un- Wedel c/o Jeffrey C. Trent; Rebecca Ann for cash, at public auction, to the highest ance, property preservation and all cost trustees and assigns, immediate and re- torney, prior to the hearing date and known heirs, executors, administrators, Pribyl; Chesapeake Exploration, LLC; and best bidder, all that certain real es- of this action accrued and accruing. mote, of the above-named parties; and if provide their name and telephone num- devisees, trustees and assigns, immedi- Ada M. Wendell McCall, dec’d.; Henry tate in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, to- WITNESS MY HAND this 15 day of any of the above-named entities is a ber. ate and remote, of the above-named Richard Wendell, dec’d.; Lola Mae wit: October, 2012. dissolved partnership, corporation or NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that parties; and if any of the above-named Wendell, dec’d.; Iola Elliot, dec’d.; and if Lot Two (2), in Block Seventeen By: s/Dennis Banther other association, then the unknown all interested persons may appear and entities is a dissolved partnership, cor- any of the above are deceased, the un- (17), in BEADLES ADDITION to the Sheriff, Dennis Banther successors, trustees and assigns, both be heard. For information concerning poration or other association, then the known heirs, executors, administrators, Town of Cashion, Kingfisher SHAPIRO & CEJDA, L.L.C immediate and remote, of such dis- this action, contact Stephen R. unknown successors, trustees and as- devisees, trustees and assigns, immedi- County, Oklahoma; 770 NE 63rd St solved partnership, corporation or other McNamara, attorney for Applicant, Boul- signs, both immediate and remote, of ate and remote, of the above-named subject to unpaid taxes, advancements Oklahoma City, OK 73105-6431 association. der Towers, Suite 1210, 1437 South such dissolved partnership, corporation parties; and if any of the above-named by Plaintiff for taxes, insurance (405)848-1819 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Boulder Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma, or other association. entities is a dissolved partnership, cor- premiums and expenses necessary for Attorneys for Plaintiff Applicant is requesting that the Commis- 74119-3609, (918) 599-0300, or Steve NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the poration or other association, then the the preservation of the subject property, File No. 12-111636 sion: McNamara, Jr., BRG Petroleum LLC, Applicant in this cause is requesting the unknown successors, trustees and as- if any, said property having been duly LPXLP (a) Extend existing 640-acre drilling 7134 South Yale Avenue, Suite 600, following special relief: signs, both immediate and remote, of appraised at $110,000.00. Sale will be and spacing units for the following Com- Tulsa, OK 74136-6338, (918)496-2626. To drill an off-pattern well 660 feet such dissolved partnership, corporation made pursuant to a Special Execution mon Source of Supply from Section 25, DONE AND PERFORMED this 12th from the north line and 990 feet or other association. and Order of Sale issued in accordance (Published Wed. Oct 10 & 17, 2012 in the Township 19 North, Range 8 West, King- day of October, 2012. from the west line of Section 30, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the with judgment entered in the District Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) fisher County, Oklahoma into Section CORPORATION COMMISSION OF Township 19 North, Range 7 West, Applicant in this cause is requesting that Court of Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL 30, Township 19 North, Range 7 West, OKLAHOMA Kingfisher County, Oklahoma as an the Commission pool the interests, des- in Case No. CJ-2012-31, entitled Wells ACCOUNT, PETITION FOR Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, as fol- PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman exception to the following Orders: ignate an operator, and adjudicate the Fargo Bank, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. Eddie DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP, lows: BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman 52977 dated October 1, 1963 as rights and equities of oil and gas owners Jeffcoat, Heidi Jeffcoat, Bank of DISTRIBUTION AND SETTLEMENT Common Source of Supply: Red Fork DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner redesignated by Order No. 104380 in the Mississippi (Solid), Red Fork America N.A. f/k/a NationsBanc OF ESTATE Sand ATTEST: dated April 9, 1974) Mississippi Sand, Hunton Lime, Manning, Oswego Mortgage Corporation, being all the CAUSE NO. PB-2012-35 Classification & Anticipated Depth: GGC Peggy Mitchell, Secretary of the (Solid) (Order to issue in CD Big-Lime, Skinner, Prue and Inola Lime Defendants and persons holding or IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 6,700’ Commission 201206640-T), Red Fork Sand, Common Sources of Supply underlying claiming any interest or lien in the subject KINGFISHER COUNTY, Unit Shape and Size: 640 LPXLP Hunton Lime, Manning, Oswego- and comprising the 640-acre drilling and property. STATE OF OKLAHOMA Extension Order: 50051 Big Lime, Skinner, Prue, Inola Lime, spacing unit consisting of Section30, Dennis Banther, Sheriff In the Matter of the Will and Estate of (b) Extend existing 160-acre drilling and to authorize the Applicant the Township 19 North, Range 7 West, King- Kingfisher County, Oklahoma Bernice L. Themer, Deceased. and spacing units for the following Com- Stolen fuel right to drill and produce said well fisher County, Oklahoma. s/Dennis Banther, Sheriff NOTICE is hereby given that Jerry mon Sources of Supply from the North- without penalty upon the allowable NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that JOHN D. Weaver-#20364 Kuntz, the duly appointed and qualified east Quarter (NE/4) of Section 36, Town- reported to sheriff and possibly make the Order the Applicant is requesting the following BAER, TIMBERLAKE, COULSON & Personal Representative of the Estate of ship 19 North, Range 8 West, Kingfisher effective on a date prior to the special relief: (1) to designate the Appli- CATES P.C. Bernice L. Themer, Deceased, has filed County, Oklahoma into Section 30, Oct. 10 — Kingfisher signing thereof. cant or some other party as Operator of Attorneys for Plaintiff in this Court the Final Account and report Township 19 North, Range 7 West, King- County Deputy Sheriff Justin NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the the unit; (2) to pool the captioned lands P.O. Box 18486 of the administration as such Personal fisher County, Oklahoma and reform Conner took a report from requested location will be moving toward as a unit; and (3) to provide for the Oklahoma City, OK 73154-0496 Representative and the Petition for De- into 640-acre drilling and spacing units the Section19 of Township 19 North, development of the unit including the Telephone: (405)842-7722 termination of Heirs, Distribution and Fi- as follows: Rodney Mueggenborg of Range 7 West and Sections 24 and 25 of pooling of the proposed well and all sub- Facsimile: (405)848-9349 nal Settlement, and that Monday, the 5th Common Source of Supply / Kingfisher concerning the Township 19 North, Range 8 West, all in sequent wells where applicable. BTCC File No.: 83092 day of November, 2012, at 9:00 A.M. in Classification & Anticipated Depth / theft of 110 gallons of gaso- Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that LPXLP the Courtroom of the District Court in Unit Shape and Size / Extension line. Mueggenborg advised NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause be set before an Administra- Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, Okla- Order: that when he arrived at his this cause shall be set before an Admin- tive Law Judge for hearing, taking of homa has been duly appointed by the Oswego-Big Lime / GGC 6,500’ / property he noticed the tank istrative Law Judge for hearing, taking of evidence and reporting to the Commis- (Published Wed. Oct. 17 and 24, 2012 in said Court for the final settlement of said 640 / 165280 evidence and reporting to the Commis- sion. the Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) account, and for hearing of the Petition Pure / GGC 6,550’ / 640 / 165280 cap laying on the ground. sion. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST for Distribution, and determination of Skinner / GGC 6,600’ / 640 / 165280 Oct. 11 — Deputy Conner NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that this cause will be heard before the Ad- COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR heirship, at which time and place any Inola Lime / GGC 6,800’ / 640 / took a report from Sherry the Applicant and interested parties may ministrative Law Judge on the Initial AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE persons interested may appear and file 165280 Murray, Rt. 3, Kingfisher, con- present testimony by telephone. The Hearing Docket at the Corporation Com- SECURITIES INC., ASSET-BACKED exceptions and show cause, if any they Manning / GGC 7,200’ / 640 / cerning unlawful entry to her cost of telephonic communication shall mission, Eastern Regional Service Of- PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, have, why said account should not be 165280 home. Murray advised that be paid by the person or persons re- fice, Suite 114, State Office Building, 440 SERIES 2005-R10 settled and allowed and the said estate Hunton Lime / GGC 7,950’ / 640 / questing its use. Interested parties who South Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma74127 Plaintiff distributed and the Personal Represen- 165280 while she was showering, wish to participate by telephone shall at 8:30 a.m., on the 5th day of Novem- v. tative discharged. (c) Establish a permitted well loca- someone opened her screen contact the Applicant, or Applicant’s at- ber, 2012, and that this notice be pub- SHANE LUKASEK; KELLY LUKASEK; IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have tion on said drilling and spacing unit of door and then the front door. torney, prior to the hearing date and lished as required by law and the rules of JOHN DOE, OCCUPANT; DEALERS hereunto set my hand this 5th day of not less than 1,320 feet from the bound- She said she heard the door provide their name and telephone num- the Commission. FINANCE CO., L.L.C. AND MIDLAND October, 2012. ary of Section 30, Township 19 North, open and shut, but when she ber. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that FUNDING, LLC /s/ Robert E. Davis Range 7 West, Kingfisher County, Okla- looked, no one was in the NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Applicant and interested parties may Defendant(s) Judge homa; this cause will be heard before an Admin- present testimony by telephone. The Case No. CJ-2012-11 Randy Mecklenburg (OBA #6110) (d) Establish the allowable amount of house. The front door and istrative Law Judge on the Conservation cost of telephonic communication shall NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE Harrison & Mecklenburg, Inc. production for each drilling and spacing screen door were dusted for Docket at the Oklahoma Corporation be paid by the person or persons re- NOTICE IS GIVEN to Shane 202 North 6th Street, P.O. Box 658 unit established thereby; fingerprints and evidence was Commission, Eastern Regional Office, questing its use. Interested parties who Lukasek; Kelly Lukasek; John Doe, Oc- Kingfisher, Oklahoma 73750 (e) Unitize all royalty interests within photographed and collected. Kerr Building, 440 South Houston, Suite wish to participate by telephone shall cupant; Dealers Finance Co., L.L.C.; Attorney for Personal Representative each drilling spacing unit established Oct. 14, 10:35 a.m. — 114, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127 at 8:30 contact the Applicant, or Applicant’s at- Midland Funding, LLC that on November LPXLP hereby so that each royalty owner shall Deputy Mark Sterling was dis- a.m. on the 5th day of November, torney, prior to the hearing date and 20, 2012 at 10:00 o’clock, a.m., at front share in all production from any well 2012, and that this Notice shall be pub- provide their name and telephone num- lobby of the County Courthouse in King- thereon in the proportion that the acre- patched to Rt. 3, Box 91-S, lished as required by law and the rules of ber. fisher, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, the (Published Wed. Oct. 17, in the age owned by such royalty owner bears Kingfisher in reference to a the Commission. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that Sheriff of said County will offer for sale Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) to the entire acreage in the drilling and stolen weapon. Upon arrival, NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that all interested persons may appear and and sell for cash at public auction to the BEFORE THE CORPORATION spacing unit; he met with homeowner Jer- all interested persons may appear and be heard. For information concerning highest and best bidder, with appraise- COMMISSION OF THE (f) Provide that when there are two or emy Snyder, who advised that be heard. For information concerning this action, contact Stephen R. ment, all that certain real estate in King- STATE OF OKLAHOMA more separately owned tracts or undi- between 11:30 a.m. Oct. 13, this action, contact Stephen R. McNamara, Boulder Towers, Suite fisher County, Oklahoma, to-wit: APPLICANT: vided interests separately owned within McNamara, attorney for Applicant, 1437 1210, 1437 South Boulder Avenue, A TRACT OF LAND BEGINNING BRG PETROLEUM LLC a drilling and spacing unit established and 10:15 this date, someone South Boulder Avenue, Suite 1210, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74119-3609, Tele- AT A POINT 541 FEET WEST OF RELIEF REQUESTED: hereby, the owners thereof may validly entered his residence through Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74119-3609, (918) phone (918)599-0300, or Mr.Steve THE NORTHEAST CORNER, (NE/ DRILLING & SPACING UNITS pool their interests and develop the drill- the rear sliding glass door, 599-0300, or Steve McNamara, Jr., BRG McNamara, Jr., BRG Petroleum LLC, C) OF THE NORTHEAST LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ing and spacing unit as a unit; that where, which was pushed off its track. Petroleum LLC, 7134 South Yale Av- 7134 South Yale Avenue, Suite 600, QUARTER (NE/4) OF SECTION SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 19 NORTH, however, such owners have not agreed The only item known to be enue, Suite 600, Tulsa, Oklahoma Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136-6338, Tele- THREE (3) TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN RANGE 7 WEST, KINGFISHER to so pool their interests and to develop missing at the time of the re- 74136, (918) 496-2626. phone (918) 496-2626. (16) NORTH, RANGE EIGHT (8) COUNTY, OKLAHOMA the drilling and spacing unit as a unit, DONE AND PERFORMED this 12th day DONE AND PERFORMED this 12th day WEST OF THE INDIAN MERIDIAN, CD 201206640-T their rights and equities shall be pooled port was his Phoenix Arms of October, 2012. of October, 2012. KINGFISHER COUNTY, NOTICE OF HEARING and adjudicated as provided in 52O.S., HP22A .22 semi-automatic CORPORATION COMMISSION OF CORPORATION COMMISSION OF OKLAHOMA; THENCE SOUTH STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All per- 87.1(e); and pistol, which was in a box on a OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA 314.4 FEET; THENCE WEST sons, owners, producers, operators, (g) Provide that the order to be is- countertop. The serial num- PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman PATRICE DOUGLAS, Chairman 277.10 FEET; THENCE NORTH purchasers and takers of oil and gas and sued herein be made effective on a date ber was provided to the of- BOB ANTHONY, Vice-Chairman BOB ANTHONY, Vice Chairman 314.4 FEET; THENCE EAST all other interested person, particularly in prior to the date of issuance thereof. ficer. It was later determined DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner DANA L. MURPHY, Commissioner 277.10 FEET TO THE POINT OF Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, and more NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that ATTEST:Peggy Mitchell, Secretary of ATTEST: BEGINNING. particularly Allen L. Melendy & Bertha M. this cause be set before an Administra- that the subject who took the the Commission Peggy Mitchell, Secretary of the PROPERTY ADDRESS: Route 1, Melendy; Nicholas K. Boettler & tive Law Judge for hearing, taking of weapon was known to Ster- LPXLP CORPORATION COMMISSION OF Box 64, Kingfisher, OK 73750 Maribeth Boettler; Billy L. Lightie and evidence and reporting to the Commis- ling. Kingfisher (Okla.) Times & Free Press Wednesday, October 17, 2012 7B Legal notice (Published Wed. Oct. 17, 2012 in the Estate of Jima Lee Smart; Estate of Lucille Sigmon; Lyn Sommer; Walter Lewis Miller Jr; Wanda et al; Jeffrey J. Horn, et ux; Johnny this cause be set before an Administra- Kingfisher Times and Free Press.) Nicholas A. Nichols; Estel W. Miller; Lynda Mears; M Wayne Fields Trst Forbes; Wanda June Snyder; Tice, Jr.; Julia Ann Emrick, et al; tive Law Judge for hearing, taking of BEFORE THE CORPORATION Esther A. Blehm Jochim; Esther M. Lucille Fields Tr; M. Carolyn Wanda Kay Hill; Wanda Louise Kristi L. Gant Revocable Living evidence and reporting to the Commis- COMMISSION OF THE Neal Trust, c/o Joan M. Williams, Blankeship; Mable Burch; Mada B. Dickerson; Ward Petroleum Trust; L & S Pollard Farms, LLC; sion. STATE OF OKLAHOMA Trustee; Eual Miller; Eugene Johnston; Mae Helen Dean; Mamie Corporation; Wilbur Smith Miller; Lance E. Berry, et ux; Larry D. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that APPLICANT: OKLAHOMA ENERGY Hately; Eugene Longwith; Eunita Lorraine Wheeler; Marcia Meredith Wiley Oil & Gas Partnership; Hixon, et ux; Larry L. Horn, et ux; this cause will be heard before an Admin- ACQUISITIONS, LP Jackson; Eva Golden; Evelyn M. Knobloch; Margaret Ann Copeland William Edward Anderson; William Lisa Gay Uhlenhake; Lois Janelle istrative Law Judge on the Initial Hearing RELIEF SOUGHT: UNITIZATION Post and Albert W. Post; Evelyn Hixon & Donald Lee Hixon; Michael McBroom; William N. Fetty, et al; Marsha Pierce, et vir; Docket at the Corporation Commission, LEGAL ALL OF SECTIONS 7 AND 8; W/ Moore Staten; Everett R. Lajoie Margaret Anna Fent; Margaret Stephens; William S. Martin; Marvin & Pamela Wilcox Family Jim Thorpe Building, Oklahoma City, 2 AND Irrev Tr, Robert C. Lajoie, Trustee; Fluke; Margarite Lucille Chapman; William W. London Inc; Willie Revocable Trust; Melvin W. & Oklahoma, at 8:30a.m., on the 5th day DESCRIPTION: W/2 NE/4 OF SECTION Fannie Bradley; Fern Robinson; Marguriete Shobert; Marie Brooks; XTO Energy Inc; Cross Jacqueline G. Bollenbach of November, 2012, and that this Notice 9; ALL OF SECTIONS 16, 17, 18, 19, Foster Family TrustRodney & Crawford; Marie Patterson; Marie Timbers Royalty Trust; Earl Warren Revocable Living Trust; Mollie Faye be published as required by law and the 20 AND 21; W/2 OF SECTION 27; ALL Kathryn Foster, Trustees; Frances Roberson; Marie Thompson Miller; Graff; Isaacs Family Limited Gentry Trust, et al; Phillip M. Rules of the Commission. OF SECTIONS 28, 29, AND 30, ALL Worthington Lipe; Francis Dale Marion Wilcox; Marshall James Liability; Jean A. Graff; Martha Sue Talbott, et ux; Pool Family 2004 NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that IN TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 5 Shaw; Francis J. Borelli III; Francis Bartlett; Martha Ann Lansden 1987 Graff Newman; Mary L. Graff Davis; Living Trust; Randy C. Grape; Applicant and interested parties may WEST; AND THE NE/4 AND E/2 SE/4 J. Borelli; Frank Barker; Frank S. Trust; Martha L. Munson; Martin/ Pamela R. Graff Post; Peter York Richard Kanaly Homes, Inc.; present testimony by telephone. The OF SECTION 12; E/2 E/2 OF Brocchus; Franklin J. Halbert; Fred Helsel Trust Pursuant to Revocable Ying Wong, MD; Quail Creek Rosalie Tice, Life Estate; Scott A. cost of telephonic communication shall SECTION 13; AND E/2 NE/4 AND SE/ D. Turner; Fred Henry Barker; Fred Trust Agreement dated July 24, Royalty, LLC; Sandcreek Wilcox; Shawn Walker, et ux; be paid by the person or persons re- 4 OF SECTION 24; AND E/2 NE/4 W & Barbara Borrelli Brown; Frost 2012; Martin/Helsel Trust Pursuant Petroleum Company, LLC; Sherry Kubat; Steve Allen questing its use. Interested parties who AND SE/4 OF SECTION 25, ALL IN Natl Bk San Antonio Tte, Uwo to Revocable Trust Agreement OVERRIDES: Armstrong Living Richards, et ux; Steve Burpo, et ux; wish to participate by telephone shall TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 6 Richard A. Hall; Ganner Family Rev dated July 24, 2012; Marvin D. Trust, Thomas and Carolyn Tammy LaFaye Reed; Terrance R. contact Applicant or Applicant’s attor- WEST, KINGFISHER COUNTY, Trust, Bert & Norma Ganner, Turner; Mary A. Turner; Mary Ann Armstrong, Trustees; David and Rice, et al; Tim Gentry; Toni ney, prior to the hearing date, and pro- OKLAHOMA Trustees; Gary Dean Vandever; Jennings; Mary Basl; Mary Beth & A Monetta Fields; H. Huffman & Co; Shipley; W. Nelson Cue, et ux; vide their name and telephone number. CAUSE CD NO.201206622 Gary J. Lackey; Gary Vandever & N Tyson Jr Ttee; Mary Borelli Hinkle Oil and Gas Inc; James B. Wesley Shawn Hixon, et ux; Wilcox NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that NOTICE OF HEARING Jody Vandever, Jt Tnts; Gayle Mcneil; Mary Colburn Jones; Mary Kite Jr; Larry Gentry; Lloyd E. Family Revocable Trust; all interested persons may appear and STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO:All per- Grant Stephens; George E. Terrell; Ellen Smith; Mary I Smith, Trustee, Gentry; Mark A. Chapman; OPERATORS: 101 ENERGY be heard. For information concerning sons, owners, producers, operators, George Elmer Robinson; George J. Charles D. Smith Co-Trustee; Mary McKown Point LP; Oklahoma CORPORATION; BROWN & this action, contact Brent Barton, Tele- purchasers and takers of oil and gas and Francher; George Michael Borelli; Jo Torgerson; Mary L. Svejkovsky; Energy Acq, LP; Robert W. Stroud BORELLI INC ; CHESAPEAKE phone (405)2323722, OR ERIC L. all other interested persons, particularly Gerald John Waller; Glen Dale Mary Lansden Swafford Trust Dtd Living Trust, Robert W. Stroud, OPERATING INC; CIMARRON HUDDLESTON, Attorney, Two Leader- in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, and Finley; Glen M. Perdue Rev Trust, 1987; Mary Yvonne Frates; Maude Trustee; Tina Gentry; Unit PRODUCTION CO INC; ship Square, 211North Robinson, Suite more particularly to the parties named on Glen M & Betty J. Perdue Co- M. Morgan; Maxine Robinson Petroleum Corporation; Willis CRAWLEY PETROLEUM 1300, Oklahoma City, OK 73102, Tele- Exhibit “A” to the Application attached Trustees; Grace Katherine Macklin; Maxine Taffy Brodie; Drilling; CORPORATION; EAGLE phone (405)2323722. hereto including: Gebhart; Graff Family Revocable Mckown Point LP; Melvin WORKING INTEREST OWNERS: PETROLEUM CORPORATION; CORPORATION COMMISSION OF ROYALTY OWNERS: Mary Jo Trust, Earl Warren Graff, Trustee; Bollenbach; Melvin F. Terrell; Merle Benson Montin Greer Drlg Corp.; ENERVEST OPERATING LLC; OKLAHOMA Parrott; A Scott & Barbara G. Grant D. Adams; H & J Energy LLC; A. & Wanda M. Houck Jtwro; Merle Benson Oil Properties Inc.; HINKLE OIL & GAS INC; HUSKY Patrice Douglas, CHAIRMAN Bollenbach; A Scott Bollenbach; A H W Worthington; Hamer Trust G. Brock; Michael and Lisa Brody Boothbay Royalty Co.; Coastal VENTURES INC; JAMES Bob Anthony, VICE CHAIRMAN W & Evelyn Winborne Trust, A W & dated 12/18/81, Austin F. Hamer Trst, Michael and Lisa Brody Ttees; Plains Energy, Inc.; David L. LAWRENCE E.; KIRK DAVID; L C B Dana L. Murphy, COMMISSIONER Pat A. Prichard, Trustees; Ada Sole Trustee; Harlow Royalties, Michael E. Link; Michael William Reisdorf; Devon Energy RESOURCES LLC; MORGAN DONE AND PERFORMED THIS 11 Francis Swason c/o Carol Swason Ltd; Harriette E. Hess Revocable Graham; Miramar Properties LLC; Production, LP; Donald H. and DAVID E INC; RANGE DAY OF OCTOBER, 2012. Legal Guardian; Adolphus F. Liv Tr Harriette E. Hess Trstee; Mlr Inc; Monica M. Walters; Nancy Edna Fern Benson Trust; Ellsworth PRODUCTION COMPANY; BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION Bailey; Agnes R & Rickey Joe Helen Biggs Willingham Trust; E. Isaacs; Nations Bank of Tx NA Co C. Alvord, Jr. Estate, Nancey D. SPESS OIL COMPANY INC; Peggy Mitchell, Secretary Baker; Aileen Kwai-Sim Sheets Life Helen C. Baker Revocable Trust, Ttee, John Biggs Estate #3012; Alvord and Ellsworth C. Alvord III TESSERA ENERGY LLC; WEBB LPXLP Estate; Alan Rigdon; Albert Glen Douglas L. Boyd, Successor Norma Lee Lambert; Norman Co-Personal Reps; ELR Production DONNA D; WELLCO ENERGY Shelton Est; Albua M. Logan; Alice Trustee; Helen L. Brodie; Helen Shutler Trust, Norman D. Shutler, Ltd; Excelco Energy, Inc.; Harry INC; FAULKNER EXPLORATION Bouchee Senter; Alice M. Thomas; Musick Meier Liv Tr, c/o Co-Ttes Trustee; O G Downing; Odeal Dean Benson; Hinkle Oil & Gas Inc; II, LLC; Alvord Holdings, LLC; Amanda Pauline E. Hubbards & Richardson; Oklahoma Energy John Otis Winters; Laglenda Lee and if any of the individuals are Public records Leach; Amberdine Banks; Ann L. PatriciaJ.Musick; Helen Parigi; Acq, LP; Ollie Bell Chapman; Otto Bohannon; Linn Energy Mid- deceased, or if any of the companies are (NOTE: The following records per- Dunning; Anna Dunning; Anne H. Henry Thomsen Speice; Herbert J. Simmons Estate Jewell Simmons, Continent Holdings LLC; Linn no longer in existence, the unknown tain to Kingfisher County only. Original Cleary Steninger; Anne Marleen Neal; Horn Family LLC; Huff Family Trustee U/W/O; Pamela J. Vinson; Energy, LLC; MOR Holdings LLC; heirs, executors, administrators, documents can be seen in the office of Douglass Henderson Rev Tr., Anne Trust, Everett L & Barbara J Huff, Patricia Ashby Reynolds; Patricia L. MOR Holdings, LLC; Oakwood devisees, trustees, successors and the Kingfisher County Clerk, Kingfisher Marleen & Carol S. Douglass as Trustees; Ida Harris; J C House; J C Smith; Patricia McClellan Barr; Capital Management, Inc.; assigns, immediate and remote, of the County Courthouse, Kingfisher, OK). Trstees; Armstrong Living Trust, Swason; J W Worthington Jr; Jack Patricia Nadine Travis; Patsy Ann Oklahoma City Community named parties. OIL AND GAS LEASES Thomas & Carolyn Armstrong Trs; B. Munn; Jack Dunning Living Trust, Ferguson; Patsy Carnes; Patsy Foundation; Oklahoma Energy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Michael Edward St. Martin to Arnold L. & Donna R. Jech; Arthir Jack Dunning Trustee; Jack June Sanders; Paul Calloway; Acquistions, LP; Payne Exploration Applicant in this cause is requesting that Griffith Land Services Inc., SW/4, Basl; Arthur William Anderson; Dunning; Jack Harold Graham; Paula Bell; Pauline Harrison; Co.; Revocable Inter Vivos Trust the Commission: (a) find and determine section 6-19N-8W. Auldie K. Blankenship; Barbara A. Jack Lusk; Jack S, Chatterson Jr; Phoenix Petroleum Partners, LLC; Agmt, c/o Everett P. Ingalls, that it is desirable, necessary and re- John Dudley St. Martin to Griffith Griffith; Barbara Bollenbach; Jacob Evan Gucker; James A Precious Miller Adams; Pro Mineral Trustee; Robert W. Alvord; Stoabs quired to authorize approve and provide Land Services Inc., SW/4, section Barbara J. Tenbrink; Barbara Jean Terrell; James D. Miller; James Partners, LLC; Ralph L. Sade Oil Corporation; Thomas D. for the unitized management, operation 6-19N-8W. Nightengale; Barnard Robinson; David & Roberta Foster; James Revocable Trust, Ralph & Effie Collingsworth; W C Payne Energy and further development of that part of Noble Investments Inc. to Griffith Basil Miller; Ben Musick Trust, Jack David Foster; James E. Dorothy L. Sade Co-Trustees; Ralph Lewis LLC; William R. Loweth, William R. the Cottage Grove, Big Lime and Os- Land Services Inc., NE/4, section 7- L. Musick & Kathleen M. Gancer Chapman Revocable Trust Dtd06/ Anderson; Ramona K. Douglass Loweth Living Trust; wego common sources of supply (here- 19N-8W. Suc Trstees; Benjamin M. Neal Jr; 18/01; James E. Hall; James H & Iva Rev Tr, Ramona K & Brian C. SURFACE OWNERS: Ben F. inafter “subject common sources of sup- Jesse Foster Sr. to Griffith Land Betty Barnum; Betty C. Mitchell; V. Durbin Revoc Living Trust; Douglass As Trustees; Rancho Oil Corsswhite, et ux; Beth L. ply”) utilizing enhanced recovery meth- Services Inc., NE/4, section 9-19N- Betty J. Perdue Rev Tr, Betty J & James J. Sigmon; James Marvin Company LLC; Ray Gill; Raymond Brueggen; Betty J. Perdue ods in the “Lincoln Southeast Unit.” (b) 8W. Glen M. Perdue, Co-Trustees; Betty Kester; James P. Bath, Laurine L. J. Kennedy; Raymond Miller Est; Revocable Living Trust; Bonnie S. issue an order approving the Plan of Charles Smith to Griffith Land J. Wert; Betty Lou Applegate; Betty Bath & Vincent H. Bath Co Ttees; Reba L. Waterston; Rebecca Jane Thomas Trust; Brenda Kaye Bredy, Unitization attached to the Application Services Inc., NE/4, section 9-19N- Pitts Lowrie; Betty Sue Turner; Bill & James Robert Hill; Jan Fahrenholtz; Mcbroom Rhone; Rebecca Sue et al; Carl L. Ashley, et al; Charles & and finding that such enhanced recovery 8W. Thelma Pool Trust, Bill Pool, Jana Lynn Miller Jensen; Jane B. Cable; Reita Mae Walker; Reliant Janice Emmerich Family Trust; methods are reasonably desirable, nec- Henry Foster to Griffith Land Trustee; Bill B. Halbert; Billy Dale Hinton Trustee Under; Janet Grant Resources, LLC; Rhonda Crane; Charles D. Smith Revocable Trust; essary and required to effect and Services Inc., NE/4, section 9-19N- Horn; Billy F. & Carrie J. Moore Bailey; Janet Trenary; Janet Richard A. Terrell; Richard Allen Coon Creek Royalty Co. Ltd.; Eric J. achieve the purposes of Okla. Stat. tit. 8W. Family Trust; Billy Wayne Gorman; Worthington Casey Trust, Janet Swanson; Richard W. Brock; Ricky Barker, et al; Fred Barker, et ux; 52, §§287.1 et seq., and all amendments James Murray to Griffith Land Boatmens First Natl Bank of O Fao Worthington Casey, Trustee; Jean A. Gorman; Robert & Julie Pool; Fred Henry Barker, et ux; George R. thereto, with respect to the Cottage Services Inc., NE/4, section 9-19N- Harrison E Nathan; Bobby J. Lusk; Ann Holland; Jean Chapman; Jean Robert C. Barker; Robert C. Cerny, et ux; Georgia M. Beck; Glen Grove, Big Lime and Oswego common 8W. Bobby’s Piggy Bank, LLC; Bonney M. Shumate; Jeanette Berry; Blankenship; Robert E. Greiner M. Perdue, et al Trustees; Gloria O. sources of supply underlying the Unit Janes Willey to Griffith Land Mineral Company LLC; Boys Club Jeptha W. Dalston; Jeremiah D. School for The Handicapped; Thede; Grover D. Grape, et ux, Life Area as described in the caption hereof; Services Inc., NE/4, section 9-19N- of Wichita Falls; Brenda Lee Audia; Adams; Jerry and Janet Barker; Robert J. Stephens; Robert Joe Estate; Harold L. Ebers, et al; J. W. and, (c) possibly make the order effec- 8W. Brendon J. Burpo; Brinkman Jerry Dale Richards; Jerry W. Stephens; Robert L. Martin; Robert Terrell Land Co., LLC; James David tive on a date other than the date the Vera Ruth Holcomb to Griffith Revocable Family Trst; Bu Mar Lamle; Jill L. Wilson; Jill Mobley; L. Miller; Robert L. Prince; Robert Foster Real Estate Trust; James order issued. Land Services Inc., NE/4, section 9- Company Lynne Sherwood, Jima LLC; Jimmie Ray Miller; Jody Lynn Swanson; Robert Randolph David Foster; James David Foster, NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that 19N-8W. Managing Ptnr; Carl Katschor Burner; John A. Tillott; John Alvin Graham; Robin J. Sisney; Robro Trust; Carl Logan; Carla J. Scott; Steen; John C. Martin Trust, John Royalty Partners, LTD, dba RRP PUBLIC AUCTION Carla Jean Yost; Carol A. Smith; C. Martin, Trustee; John C. Terrell; 2010, LTD; Roger L. Palmer; Carol F. Swason; Carol N. Moss John E. & Louise B. Lippold; John Roland E. Lamle; Rollin E. Drew; Trust, Carol N. Moss, Trustee; Carol Melvin Allen; John Milton Speice III; Ronnie Miller; Rowena A. Lobley; S. Douglass Revocable Trust, Carol John Otis Winters; John Patrick Roy L. Bollenbach; Royse-Smith S. Douglass, Trustee; Carolyn Borelli; John Robert Hard; John W. L.L.C; Ruby Tate Miller; Ruth Rose; Carolyn Sue Van Wieren; Borelli Jr; Johnnie Lee Finley; Hickey; Ruth P. Hickey Revoc Carrie Jane Moore; Carylie Virginia Johnson Family Rev Tr, c/o Co-Trst Trust, Ruth P. Hickey, Trustee; Sam Lawson; Casey A. Richardson; Catherine Lansden Rattan; Terry A Johnson & Norma Delrayne Johnson; Joseph & Avis L. Terrell Woody Allen; Samuel Todd Wheeler; Sandra Charles; Sandra Keith Shipley Revocable Trust Catherine Rogers; Charla Gleave; Trust, Marvin D. Terrell Succ Ttee; Lois Kirchinger; Sarah E. Rosen Charlene Van Kirk; Charles Clement; Charles F. Doornbos Rev Trust, Darian Doornbos Kedy & Joseph Longwith; Joseph W Carter Estate; Josephine A. Curls; Joyce K. Feagins Family Trust, Tom L. 1987 Trust, Sara E. Gurley, Trustee; Scott W. Draughon Rev Liv Tr; Scotty and Pamela Barker; Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 Diane E. Doornbos Suc Co- Feagins, Trustee; Joyce Marie Sergie Z. Richardson; Sharon Trustees; Charles G. Shelton; Holloway; Juanita M. Rigdon; Judith Addis; Shellie Eve Miller Gonder; —Sale Starts at 10:00 a.m.— Charles L. Hall; Charles Leroy A. Fleming; Judith E. Sullivan; Judy Shelly Dawn Ross Brooks; Sherrill Crook; Charles McBarker; Charles Mae Tomanka; Judy Self and Grant Neff; Sherry L. Kay; Shirley SURFACE ONLY Musick Estate, Catherine M. Kenneth W. Self; Julianna P. Jean Spencer; Simpsons Musick, Prsnl Rep; Charles T. Speice; Charles Thomsen Speice; Charlie L. & Lola B. Stephens Liv Adams; Junior Martin Travis; Justin Lamle; Karen Borchardt; Karen Lee Berry; Katherine Looney; Katherine Descendents’ Trust; Southwest Petroleum Company; St. Mary’s Episcopal Church; Stacie Snavely; 100.79 Acres More Or Less Trust, Charlie L. & Lola B. Stephens Sternhagen; Kathlyn E. Caldron; Starla D. Ritchie; Stephen Dan Co-Ttree; Chesca S. Baily; Chester Kathryn A, Sharp; Kathryn Rae Richards; Sue Ashby; Sue M. M. Neal; Christi Lewis Trustee of the Brandenberg; Katie M. House; Kay Calleo; Susan Worthington Herschel Zachgo Heirs Trust; Ann Fenley; Keith H. Terrell; Kelley Sorensen Tr, Susan Worthington Christina Mcbroom Peavler; Cindy Smoot; Kelly L. Stark; Kenneth Sorensen, Trustee; T M Weaver; Goralewicz; Claire DenDooven Bates; Kenneth Charles Musick; Tam B. Miller; The Bollenbach Hoecherl; Clara Berniece Kenneth Ray Shaw; Kenneth Family Trust, Brian L. Bollenbach, Wainscott; Clarence and Earlene Richards; Kenneth W. Sade; Trustee; The Protestant Episcopal Logan Revocable Living Trust Kenneth Waller; Kent Ryan; Kerry Church Foundation of the Diocese dated March 12, 2008, Clarence A. Stark; Kevin Miller; Kevin W. of Oklahoma; The Rees Family Logan, Jr., Trustee, Earlene J. Stark; Kevin Williams Allen; KLN Trust dated 05/31/1991, David Logan, Trustee; Clarence Legacy LP; Kristi Gant; Kym Rees, Trustee; The Rees Family Anderson Estate; Claude L. Snyder; La Deana Crosswhite; Trust dated 05/31/1991, Douglas Bollenbach; Claude Preston North; Larry D. Kennedy; Larry Gentry; Rees, Trustee; The Rees Family Claudette M. Barker; Cleta Faye Larry Lee Horn; Larry Neal Shaw; Trust dated 05/31/1991, Sandy Rivers; Clint A. Chatterson; Clump Laura June Cerny Tenant in Swift, Trustee; The Robert W. 15.49 Family, Llc; Clyde Bates; Clyde D. Common; Laura Lee Apley; Laura Stroud Living Trust, Robert W. Travis Rev Trust, Clyde D. Travis Whitaker; Lavet and Joe Cook; Stroud, Trustee; Thelma Hansens; Walmart Fiduciary; Cobra Petroleum Laveta Lee; Leland Eugene Theo Pool; Theora Robinson Company; COMMUNITY Copeland and Janet Louise Weems; Thom Ashby; Thomas D. RESOURCES OIL & GAS INC; Copeland; Leland W. Brock; Leo Clump Jr; Tina Gentry; TMHFG, Copeland Farms Llc; Coral Avisa Robinson Est; Leon Terrell; LLC; Tommy Edwin Graham; Hately Koogler; Cornelia Manager; Leonard E. Miller; Leonard E. Tommy Wayne Martin; Troy Don Coy Dean Horn; Coye Lee Barker; Waller; Leonard Leroy Copeland & Miller; Union Oil Co of California, Oil Custer Logan; Cynthia Ann Corley, Carolyn Ann Copeland; Leslie and Gas Division; Unit Petroleum Trustee of the Cynthia Ann Corley Martin Helen B. Martin Guardian; Corporation; United States Tr dated 10/4/06; Cynthia Lynn Linda and Layton Wilson; Linda Treasury; University of Oklahoma Wheeler; Cynthia Nelson; Dale Gray; Linda Hogan; Linda K. Borelli; Fdn Inc; V Kay Curtis; Vendetta Basl; Daniel Ivo Waller; Darla Linda K. Prock; Linda Porter; Linda Royalty Partners, Ltd; Verda Washington; Dave Kiedrowski; Sue Grable; Linda Worthington Bell Glover; Vernon & Mary Copeland David & Monetta Fields; David Trust, Linda Worthington Bell, Family Trst; Vickie R. Francher; This farm has approximately 100.79 Acres, 52.2 cultivated and 43.5 grass. We will Miller Berry; David N. Ashby; David Trustee; Lisa Ann Mcbroom; Lloyd Victor Wayne Miller; Vida offer 8 tracts of land individually, and then offer the entire farm as 1 unit (100.79 R. Svejkovsky; David Waller; Debra E. Gentry; Lockey M. Miller; Lois M. Blankenship; Vieda Zachgo Short; Acres). Whichever way said farm brings the most money, said farm will be sold L. Schuck; Debra S. Dawson; Rosevelt; Lonnie G. Brodie; Loren Virgil Earl Downing Jr; Virginia L. Delvin Bob Richards; Dennis Roy L. Or Karen E. Fuqua Joint Caring Gibson; Virginia M Jackson; that way. Waller; Dennis W. Grant; Diana Trust Dtd9/8/99; Lorna Sue Virginia R. McCollom; Vivian Jo Lynn Hooley; DMS Reserves, LLC; Harrison; Louise Scarborough; Baker; Walter Lewis Miller Jr; Terms: Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of Don L. Ray Don L. Ray Trustee of the auction, with the balance due at closing, no later than December 3, 2012. the Don L. Ray 1992 Rev Trust; 2012 taxes to be prorated. Donald B. Ross; Donald Eugene Crook; Donna M. Barnhurst; Doris Contact Us... Possession to be given as soon as wheat is harvested. Lee Smith; Dorothy Aleene Perdue; Dorothy G. Zachgo; Dorothy L. Spencer Revocable Living Trust; EARNHEART Also For Sale At Auction: 1951 Ferguson 30 Douglas & Katrina Grant Trust, PROPANE Tractor and Mower. Douglas & Katrina Grant Ttees; Douglas B. Cleary; Doyle H. & Netty Auction Site and Location: Just South of King- June Schaal Trust, Doyle H Schaal & Netty June, Trustees; E G Energy, fisher Wal-Mart (South and West of Hwy 81 & LLC; E Louise Polizzotto Living www.earnheartoil.com Starlite Dr.). Trust, E Louise Polizzotto, Trustee; Earl Clinton Glover; Ed Mauler K E (Buster) Martin Limited; Edna For All Your Fuel, Oil & Propane Needs! Any announcements day of Auction supercede any previous advertisements. In Carson; Edna L. Banning; Edward case of bad weather, Auction will be held at 10:30 a.m. the same day at the King- A. Brock; Edward Dale Burner; Crescent Marshall Covington fisher Elks South Room, located West of Kingfisher on Highway 33. Edward Donivan Leach; Edwin R. Bulk Fuel & Oil Conv. Store & Tire Sales Propane Tillott; Edwin S. Wright c/o Boatmen’s Trust Co; Electra Biggs Hrs: M-F 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-12 noon Hrs: M-Sat. 6am-7pm Sun. 8am-5pm Hrs: M-F 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-12 noon H&B Hill Enterprises, Inc. Moulder Trust; Elizabeth Carson; ELSR LP a TX Ltd Partnership, 405-969-2485 888-536-8703 866-270-1279 DBA Hill Real Estate and Auction Co. Keith Shipley Trust Everett R. Jones Jr, General 405-969-2480 580-935-6665 580-864-7454 Col. Bob Hill, 405-202-1713 Glen Shipley, Trustee Partner; Eric Gregory Swason; 8B Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Kingfisher (Okla.) Times & Free Press Absentee ballot forms available for Nov. 6 election Voters in Kingfisher O'Hern said that any regis- to nursing homes in the county County who want to have ab- tered voter may vote by ab- may vote absentee. An Ab- sentee ballots mailed to them sentee ballot in any election in sentee Voting Board actually for the Nov. 6, special election which he or she is eligible to goes to the nursing home a for the Town of Hennessey, vote. However, a voter must few days before the election, and the general election, for be registered and reside at an sets up a small polling place Kingfisher County, should address within the geographi- and allows these persons to apply now, County Election cal boundaries of a school dis- vote under circumstances Board Secretary Sharon K. trict or a municipality to be similar to those at a regular O'Hern said. Although the eligible to vote in school dis- precinct polling place. They county election board can ac- trict or municipal elections. It may apply only by mail or by cept applications for absentee is not necessary to give a rea- fax. ballots until 5 p.m. on Wednes- son---or excuse---for voting •Military personnel and day, Oct. 31, O'Hern urged absentee. "While anyone can residents of the county living voters who want to vote by vote absentee without giving overseas and the spouses and absentee ballot to apply early. a reason, the law still provides dependents of each group are Absentee ballot application several excuses, and it is to the eligible to vote absentee with- forms are available at the advantage of some voters to out being registered. These county election board office use one of them," O'Hern said. voters may apply by mail, by located at 101 S. Main St. Room By stating one of the follow- e-mail, or by fax. Military per- No. 8. The absentee ballot ap- ing reasons on their applica- sonnel should contact the Vot- plication forms also can be tions, these voters can acti- ing Service Officers in their KINGFISHER HERITAGE School recognized its G.E. Students of the Month at Jacket downloaded and printed from vate some special conditions units for application forms Roundup on Friday, Oct. 12. Pictured are, front row, from left, Kase Simon, Maverick the Internet at that make it easier for them to and additional information. Ridenour, Dynton Townsend, Justin Farrell and Olivia Wilcox; and, back row, Anthony www.elections.ok.gov. use absentee ballots. The rea- Residents of Oklahoma living Hendryx, Demi Roden, Sydney Purintun, Mason Snider and Prairie Kaya. [Photo "At least two mail transac- sons are: overseas can obtain the same Provided] tions must be made," O'Hern •Voters who are physically materials from any United said. “The County Election incapacitated and voters who States military installation and OSU NEWS Board must mail the ballots to care for physically incapaci- from United States Embassies the voter and the voter must tated persons who cannot be and Consulates. Military per- Composting can help reduce return the voted ballots by mail." Ballots must be in the hands of the county election left unattended may vote ab- sentee. They may apply only by mail, by fax, or by tele- sonnel and overseas citizens also can download the appro- priate application form from yard and household waste board by 7 p.m. on election day in order to be counted. graph. •Voters who are confined the Internet at www.fvap.gov. By Trisha Gedon organic materials. Organic etable scraps, coffee grounds Public records (NOTE: The following records per- Kennedy Gladden Interest LLC. to V. Sturgeon Jr., and Ada Ruth Stur- Landfills across the state materials include leaves, grass with filters, eggshells, tea bags tain to Kingfisher County only. Original Griffith Land Services Inc., the SE/ geon 2002 Revocable Trust, to are quickly filling up and some clippings and vegetable and and shredded newspapers. documents can be seen in the office of 4, section 7-19N-7W. Griffith Land Services Inc., the NW/ have closed because there is fruit scraps. Despite all the items used for the Kingfisher County Clerk, Kingfisher Bonney Mineral Co., LLC., to 4, and W/2, NE/4, section 11-19N- no more room. Yard and food Composting has many en- compost, some items includ- County Courthouse, Kingfisher, OK). HCB Production Co., LLC., an undi- 9W. waste take up a good chunk of vironmental benefits. It re- ing meat scraps, dairy prod- OIL AND GAS LEASES vided 3 net mineral acres in and to Sandra Lee Linton aka Sandra available landfill space. duces the amount of chemical ucts and animal and human William Levi St. Martin to Griffith the SE/4, section 35-17N-5W. Lee Carruth to Griffith Land Ser- One way to help reduce the fertilizers needed by adding waste should not be Land Services Inc., SW/4, section Kimberly Kae Hawk to BRG vices Inc., NW/4 and W/2, NE/4, 6-19N-8W. Petroleum LLC., the NW/4, NW/4, section 11-19N-9W. amount of material going into plant nutrients to the soil. It composted because they can W. Loren Prim to Griffith Land section 30-19N-7W as described in James Donald Salisbury to the landfill is to compost, said improves soil drainage and attract rodents, transmit dis- Services Inc., Lots 1 and 2 and the Book 2542, page 27. Griffith Land Services Inc., NW/4 David Hillock, Oklahoma helps hold soil particles to- eases and-or create odor prob- S/2, NE/4, section 4-19N-8W. Mike D. Pribyl to BRG Petro- and W/2, NE/4, section 11-19N-9W. State University Cooperative gether. Composting also re- lems,” he said. Vernon L. Stevens and Hazel M. leum LLC., the NW/4, NW/4, sec- Thomas Eugene Salisbury to Extension consumer horticul- duces the amount of wastes Factors such as weather, the Stevens as trustees of the Revo- tion 30-19N-7W as described in Griffith Land Services Inc., NW/4 ture specialist. dumped into landfills. type of bin, items in the bin cable Trust Agreement of vernon L. Book 2452, page 29. and W/2, NE/4, section 11-19N-9W. Stevens and Hazel M. Stevens to Bonney Mineral Co LLC., to JRH Rowena Lobley, trustee of the “If you drive through some Hillock suggests building and whether you turn your Griffith Land Services Inc., Lots 7 Production & Exploration Company Rowena Lobley Living Trust to neighborhoods you may see or purchasing a composting bin will determine how long and 8, and the S/2, SW/4, section LLC., an undivided 10 net mineral Griffith Land Services Inc., SW/4, special containers for recy- bin in which to throw all of the process takes to make fin- 36-20N-8W. acres in and to the SE/4, section 35- section 2-19N-9W. cling plastics, paper and glass. your organic waste. Compost ished compost. Finished com- Paul G. Prim to Griffith Land 17N-5W. becky S. Cable to Griffith Land Composting is a natural form bins are relatively easy to build post has about half of its origi- Services Inc., Lots 1 and 2 and the Arlene Margaret Atwater Knight Services Inc., SW/4, section 2-19N- of recycling and it’s easy to and can be constructed from nal volume, is dark brown or S/2, NE/4, section 4-19N-8W. aka Arlene Margaret Atwater Hanna, 9W. Janice Foster McCue to Griffith to Tread Energy LLC., Lots 1 and 2 Debra Jane Stubblefield-Suter, do,” Hillock said. materials such as chicken wire, black and smells earthy. Once Land Services Inc., NE/4, section 9- and the S/2, NE/4, and SE/4, sec- heir of Wilma Aline Brown and Joe “Composting organic materi- wood boards or wood pallets. the process is finished, you 19N-8W. tion 1-16N-8W. F. Brown (now deceased), to Griffith als puts these materials back Metal garbage cans also make can apply it to your lawn or Sally Kennedy Richardson, Marvin L. Wilcox and Pamela J. Land Services Inc., the NE/4, sec- into the ground instead of tak- great composting bins. mix it with soil in your gar- member/manager of the Sally Wilcox to Ward Petroleum Corpora- tion 13-19N-9W. ing up space in a landfill.” “Consumers can add many den. Kennedy Richardson Oil Company tion, River Lot 5, section 28-17N- Terrell Sturgeon aka Terrel Stur- – LLC. to Griffith Land Services Inc., 5W (less and except the Oswego geon, trustee of the Terrell Stur- During the composting common household wastes to Trivial matters can prove the SE/4, section 7-19N-7W. Formation). geon Revocable Trust to Griffith process, bacteria, fungi and their compost bins including Marilyn Kennedy Gladden, Roy V. Sturgeon Jr., and Ada Land Services Inc., SW/4, section fatal when not kept in per- other organisms decompose grass clippings, fruit and veg- member/manager of the Marilyn Ruth Sturgeon, trustees of the Roy 2-19N-9W. spective. 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