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POTEAU DAILY NEWS
Wedding Announcement
SATURDAY. APRIL 11, 2015 . . . PAGE 1B
It’s Good to Lose
Raines-Person
Water-saving garden tips shared
I’m no weather person,
but I’m thinking surely
we’re in for warmer days
and the cold weather is
gone (I hope).
The warmer weather and
longer days have got me
thinking about the outdoors.
After a winter that felt like
it would never end (I always
feel like that, by the way),
it’s finally time to start
thinking about summer
blooms and getting things
in order.
Quick question for you
first. How did your tulips
do this year? Mine did terrible, but I’m not sure that
was the weather or the fact
that my dog most likely
dug up the bulbs. Any input
would be appreciated.
Anyway, back to the task
at hand, summer blooms
and watering. I’m sure you
are all well aware of the
major drought going on in
parts of this country, particularly California and the
water restrictions they are
Decorating Wisely
Glenda Wise
under. I believe we all need
to start looking at ways to
conserve before it’s too
late.
• Pick plants and flowers that are drought-tolerant. These types of things
are great when you’re gone
on vacation. How many
times have you forgotten to
have someone water your
flowers while on vacation
and come home to a bunch
of shriveled sticks? One
summer I had the most
beautiful pot of petunias
before vacation ... came
home, they were dead.
Admittedly, I will always
plant at least one pot of
petunias, though, because
their smell reminds me of
my grandma. According to
www.bhg.com, the best
drought-tolerant flowers
are:
• Blanket flower — A
tough prairie plant, gaillardia, that blooms all summer
into fall.
• Yarrow — Achillea —
You will be doubly happy
with this guy, because it is
beautiful in fall arrangements. I used it all of the
time at the flower shop.
• Russian sage — This
works well for a back border and deer and rabbit
don’t like it. It is also very
fragrant.
• Mojave sage — A
beautiful variety of sage
with pink blooms that continue into the fall.
• Add more mulch.
Applying three inches of
mulch will help keep the
soil moist and weeds at
bay.
• Get a rain barrel. I
have looked at these at
home improvement stores
in the past, but haven’t
really spent much time
researching them. I believe
this summer it’s high time
for me to invest in one. For
every inch of rain that falls
on 1,000 square feet of
roof, you can collect about
600 gallons of water.
Besides providing a water
source, these eco-friendly
barrels reduce the amount
of runoff flowing into
waterways.
I hope you all had a
wonderful Easter weekend.
It’s time to get out there
and enjoy the beauty of the
outdoors and get to planting. Glenda Wise of Poteau
is a former florist and decorator. E-mail her at
[email protected]
net.
TOPS OK 591 Poteau would like to recognized the
following members for losing more than 100 pounds in
2014. Pictured from left are, back row: Dorothy Ray,
Rhonda Inman and Vicki Purcell; middle row: Connie
Harris, Barbara Lewis and Shirley Baxter. Cody
Krebs is in front. TOPS, (Take off Pounds Sensibly)
is a network of weight-loss support groups and wellness education organizations. TOPS meet at 9 a.m.
every Saturday in the LeFlore County Youth Services
conference room. For more information, call (918)
647-8401 or visit the website at www.tops.org. Are you
hard-of-seeing?
Big diamonds make it easy.
2015
Mr. and Mrs. Brett
Raines would like to
announce the upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Hailey
Raines, to Rayden
Person.
The couple will be
married at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, 2015,
in Stigler at the at
Eureka Free Will Baptist campgrounds.
All family and
friends are welcome.
They will make their
home in Stigler.
Open Monday – Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Across from KFC, Poteau • 647-2701
[email protected]
Check for new arrivals on our facebook.
CASH FOR GOLD
© 2015 JATW
Another Home Sold By Kay Sullivan
Congratulations to William Fisher and Clydene Williams
on the purchase of your new home.
Convention attendees include, back row: Timothy Coker and William Kayitare;
front row: Marsha Caughern, Rachel Carlile, Katie Chapman, Chelsea Gomez,
Hannah Franklin, Erin Hearn, Cherokee Tenario and Annette Staats.
PTK named 5-Star Chapter
The Carl Albert State College Alpha
Delta Lambda Chapter co-hosted the Phi
Theta Kappa Regional Convention at the
University of Arkansas - Fort Smith.
The convention originally was scheduled in February, but was postponed due to
inclement weather.
The event was attended by two CASC
advisors, four officers, two officers-elect
and two members of the Carl Albert chapter.
The Alpha Delta Lambda Chapter was
recognized as a 5-Star Chapter — the
highest rank awarded. Alpha Delta Lambda was ranked in the Top 5 for “Honors in
Action,” “College Project” and “Most
Distinguished Chapter Officer” awards,
resulting in being in the Top 5 for the
“Most Distinguished Chapter” in the
region. The Carl Albert chapter received a first
place Best Project trophy for the Honors in
Action theme 6: Frontiers of Temporal and
Spatial Physics. Howe Music Hall News
By Virginia Sanders
Monroe, David McNair of Poteau, Vernon
Johnson Sr. of Dog Creek, Dorthy Pharis
of Poteau, Wayne Wilcox of Panola, Jim
Dunigan of Heavener, Jim McCormick of
Poteau and Dottie Wilcox of Panola.
Our pot luck was pinto beans, cornbread,
Eaaster chocolate cupcakes, pineapple
cake, chicken strips, potato wedges, cheese
sticks, apple pie and chocolate cobbler.
We had some real good music at the
Howe Music Hall Monday. I think we
have got good music. I wish more would
come out to listen, sing or play with us.
We would enjoy having you here —
everyone is welcome.
Our performers were Clarence Buchanan
of Magazine, Ark., Oscar Pharis of Poteau,
Tom Goforth of Cameron, Delbert
Virginia Sanders is a longtime member
Medders, Tommy Norwood of Monroe, and performer with the Howe Music Hall.
Tom Armstrong of Poteau, Vernon Johnson The free music show is held at 6 p.m. every
Jr. of Dog Creek, John W. Sanders of Monday in the old Howe Music Hall.
L-R Cheryl Taake
(Arvest LO),
William Fisher,
Clydene Williams
and
Jeff Sullivan(Agent)
2205 N. Broadway, Poteau
(918) 647-3131
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So then, just as you received
Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to
live in him, rooted and built up in
him, strengthened in the faith as
you were taught, and overflowing
with thankfulness.
—Colossians 2:6
Testimonial Talk
Linda Schmuck
Richard’s
salvation
Thirty-three years ago, my husband came in from work
and sat down in his recliner with his Pepsi and cigar. A car
came into our driveway. “Who is it?” he asked. I answered
that it was the preacher from the church Doug and I had
been attending. When I went to answer the door, I heard the
another door close. When the preacher came into the house,
Richard was no where to be found. I told the preacher he
was somewhere outside, and he said he would go look for
Richard. I went out the front door and around the side of the
house. There is a small door that goes under our house, and
I noticed the lock on it was undone. I opened the door and
found Richard sitting on some tires smoking his cigar and
drinking his Pepsi in the dark, “Richard, what do you think
you are doing? Do you think you can hide from the Lord?
Come out this instant, or I am going to call that preacher
who is walking in the pasture, and he will sit with you here
in the dark.” Richard was so angry, “I will get you back for
this. You will pay for this.”
I called for the preacher to come back. He stayed and we
visited for a couple of hours. When he started to leave,
Brother Burton Perry invited Richard to church. Richard
promised to be there on Sunday. At 4 a.m., I heard Richard
up, “What are you doing?” I asked. He answered, “Can’t
you hear that water outside our bedroom window? It sounds
like Niagara Falls. Can’t you hear it?” I told him that I did
not hear anything. “Well I do. It woke me, and a voice spoke
to me out of it and asked me, ‘Richard, what if you do not
have until Sunday?’ I am going to church right now.”
“Don’t you think I should call the preacher since it is 4
a.m. and no one will be at the church?”
“You do what you think best. All I know is that I am
going to church now and give my life to God.” Out the door
he went. Perry later said that he had just opened the door to
the church, and Richard ran past him and to the altar. They
stayed at the altar for a couple of hours, because a couple of
men on the way to work saw the church open and stopped.
They had a revival and time of rejoicing for a while. Richard
came home an entirely different person. He has not looked
back. I and our family have been so blessed to have him as
head of our home.
Soon after that great day, I read in Revelation 1:15 and
14:2 that God’s voice is ‘as the sound of many waters.’ God
loved Richard and wanted Richard to serve him. He had a
plan for Richard. I am so thankful. Did that make us perfect?
No, but serving God has helped us to find solid ground when
everything seemed lost. Did that keep Satan from sending
temptation or problems? No, but we knew we could count
on God, we have had to go to the Bible for answers to problems so many times, and God has never steered us in the
wrong direction. Thank you, Jesus, for all you do every day
in our lives. If you don’t give us another blessing, you have
already given us far more than we deserve. Thank you.
Linda Schmuck has been a registered nurse for 48 years.
She published her first article in the Journal of Psychiatric
Nursing in 1967. Email her at [email protected]
com.
Faith
POTEAU DAILY NEWS
Temptations of Jesus
Immediately after Jesus was baptized, he went into the desert. He
fasted and prayed for 40 days. At the
end of that period, Satan tempted
him.
“Then Jesus was led up by the
Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. And when he had
fasted 40 days and 40 nights, afterward he was hungry.” Now when the
tempter came to him, he said, “If you
are the son of God, command that
these stones become bread.” But he
answered and said, “It is written.
‘Man shall not live by bread alone,
but by every word that proceeds from
the mouth of God.’” Then the devil
took him up into the holy city, set
him on the pinnacle of the temple
and said to him, “If you are the son of
God, throw yourself down. For it is
written, ‘He shall give his angels
charge over you,’ and, ‘In their hands
they shall bear you up, lest you dash
your foot against a stone.’” Jesus said
to him, “It is written again, ‘You
shall not tempt the Lord your God.’”
Again, the devil took him up on an
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exceedingly high
mountain, and
showed him all
the kingdoms of
the world and
their glory. And Glenn Hamilton
he said to him,
“All these things
and look closely at the temptations in
I will give you if
you will fall down and worship me.” the next few lessons.
For those who might be interested
Then Jesus said to him, “Away with
you, Satan! For it is written, ‘You in more avenues for learning about
shall worship the Lord your God, and being a Christian, the South Broadway
him only you shall serve.’” Then the Church of Christ will be having a
devil left him, and behold, angels short series of lessons on Christian
came and ministered to him.” Growth, April 20, 21, 23 and 24 at 7
(Matthew 4:1-11, NKJV)
p.m. each evening. We hope to see
To every temptation Jesus replied, some of you there.
“It is written.” He overcame Satan
through knowing and applying the
Glenn Hamilton is the preacher at
word of God. That is a great lesson South Broadway Church of Christ in
for us. No matter how prettily Satan Poteau. He received his Jurist
dresses sin up, it is still sin. Sin is still Doctorate from the University of
rebuked by God, and with God’s help North Carolina at Chapel Hill. You
sin can be overcome.
can follow him at www.knowyourbiWhat was the purpose of these ble.org. Email him at [email protected]
temptations? Think about the answer
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and we will address both the answer
Where are we now?
If you have read the 24th
chapter of the book of
Matthew, you will be aware
that the things spoken of
may be beginning to happen. There is a seven-year
period that is called the
Great Tribulation. It speaks
of the days before the Lord
Jesus comes back to collect
his people who have been
loyal to him. There are
many theories about when
this shall all begin. But
Saint Matthew had it all
laid out in the 24th chapter
of Matthew. It is called
“The Olivet Discourse.”
The seven-year period is
divided into three parts.
The disciples came to Jesus
after he had told them the
temple would be destroyed,
they were anxious to learn
what will come to pass
concerning their relationship with him and about
the time of Jesus coming
back and of the end of the
world. Matthew 24 says,
beginning in verse 4, “Take
heed that no man deceive
you, for man shall come in
my name, saying, ‘I am
Christ; and shall deceive
many.’” Ever since I have
been a Christian, I have
heard of the time the tribulation. It is a seven-year
time and this world shall
see the time that will make
people pray for the Lord to
come back and take them
out of this world. It will
seem to be Hell on earth.
The reason I am writing
this is to warn those who
might not know that it is
possible we are entering
that terrible time. If you
read that chapter of
Matthew you will see what
I am talking about. The
things that happen in that
seven-year period are devastating to say the least.
Just check to see if you
have experienced hearing
the following words of the
Lord, “For many shall
come in my name, saying, I
am Christ, and shall deceive
many.” Think back to the
past years and how many
men have supposedly tried
to get their people to believe
that they were the Lord.
Also they have looked for
the money to satisfy their
need to be worshiped and
have already deceived hundreds of people. Verse 6
Love from Latham
Betty Qualls
says, “And you shall hear
of wars and rumors of
wars.” Wow that is something we hear on television
every day. And in my own
words it’s said; “Nation
shall rise against nation and
there will be famines and
pestilences and earthquakes
in diverse places.” Jesus
said, “These are the beginning of sorrows.” And we
are now hear of earthquakes
in places where they had
never been before. I am
from California and I have
seen earthquakes and they
are pretty upsetting. Now
they are having some here
in Oklahoma. Also, we are
hearing about other places
that are having their first
ones. The Bible goes on to
say, in Verse 9, “Then shall
they deliver you up to be
afflicted and shall kill you.”
There will be people killed
and Christians shall be
hated. Did you read about
the killing of 140 Christians
last week because they
were Christians. In the
times of the tribulation you
will be ask if you are
Christian and will be killed
if you say yes. Wouldn’t
you choose to be in Heaven
than to be on the earth during that terrible time? Of
course we all would but we
need to pray more for those
we know are not ready to
go to Heaven. That’s the
only thing that will keep
our loved ones from being
sent to Hell because of their
sinful lifestyle. That’s our
job.
Betty Qualls is an
ordained minister with the
Independent Pentecostal
Assemblies, and has been
writing for the Poteau Daily
News for 20 years. She is a
musician and teacher for
Latham Church.
Religion or Christ
By nature man is a pleasure seeking animal. He
was created in the image
of God, but that image has
been so marred by sin that
men are now totally
depraved. Adam fell by
disobedience to a simple
command. His descendants, unless God intervenes in their lives, spend
their money, time and
energy in pleasure. Many
people, uneasy about their
eternal destiny, find pleasure in religion. This is
true worldwide. All of the
world’s religions have one
thing in common except
biblical Christianity. The
one thing that all the
world’s religions have in
common — including a
great many that pretend to
be Christianity — is this:
they all believe that they
will be saved by their
works. Some may think to
please their god and be
saved by making a pilgrimage to a supposedly
holy place. Others by bathing in some river. Others
by being baptized, supposing that obedience produces eternal life. Only biblical Christianity says what
the Bible says: “For by
grace are ye saved through
faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of
God: Not of works, lest
any man should boast,”
(Ephesians 2:8-9). Plain
words these and easily
understood, but seldom
believed.
The Bible is quite specific. Speaking of Christ,
Peter said, “Neither is
there salvation in any
other: for there is none
other name under heaven
given among men, whereby we must be saved,”
(Acts 4:12). But he did not
mean mere religion in the
name of Christ was sufficient to bring salvation. In
fact Jesus spoke of very
zealous religious folk who
in spite of their religion
— or rather because of it
— would be lost. Christ’s
words are found in
Matthew 7:21-23 as follows: “Not every one that
saith unto me, Lord, Lord,
shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that
doeth the will of my Father
which is in heaven. Many
will say to me in that day,
Lord, Lord, have we not
Guest Column
Curtis Pugh
prophesied in thy name?
and in thy name have cast
out devils? and in thy
name done many wonderful works? And then will I
profess unto them, I never
knew you: depart from
me, ye that work iniquity.”
Prophesying, casting out
devils, performing many
miracles — and all in
Christ’s name — religious
folk think all these kinds
of things indicate their
acceptability. But Christ
said they meant nothing
because he did not know
them. They claimed to
know him, but that claim
did not matter.
What matters is this:
does Christ know you?
Religion talks about
accepting Christ. The
Bible talks about people
being made acceptable in
the beloved — in the
Beloved Son of God. Paul,
in Ephesians 1:6 wrote
about himself and other
genuinely saved people
saying that God “hath
made us accepted in the
beloved.” Mere religion
will not do. Only by being
made accepted in Christ is
there salvation. Being
made accepted is a work
of God, not of man or his
religious deeds and efforts.
“Ye must be born again.”
(John 3:7).
Poteau resident Curtis
Pugh serves as mission
pastor to the Grace Bible
Baptist Church. For more
than 26 years his missionary work has taken him
through the rugged terrain of Canada to the
Eastern European country of Romania. He is a
published author who also
has served as pastor in
Kentucky, Colorado and
Oklahoma. Email him at
[email protected]
com.
POTEAU DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 2015 . . . PAGE 3B
DEVOTIONAL PAGE
MEMORANDUM:
GALATIANS 3
For all who rely on the works of the law are under a curse, as it is written:
“Cursed is everyone who does not continue to do everything written in the
Book of the Law.” 11 Clearly no one who relies on the law is justified before
God, because “the righteous will live by faith.” 12 The law is not based on
faith; on the contrary, it says, “The person who does these things will live by
them.” 13 Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse
for us, for it is written: “Cursed is everyone who is hung on a pole.” 14 He
redeemed us in order that the blessing given to Abraham might come to the
Gentiles through Christ Jesus, so that by faith we might receive the promise
of the Spirit.
GALATIANS 5
1
It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let
yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. 2 Mark my words! I,
Paul, tell you that if you let yourselves be circumcised, Christ will be of no
value to you at all. 3 Again I declare to every man who lets himself be
circumcised that he is obligated to obey the whole law. 4 You who are trying
to be justified by the law have been alienated from Christ; you have fallen
away from grace. 5 For through the Spirit we eagerly await by faith the
righteousness for which we hope. 6 For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision
nor uncircumcision has any value. The only thing that counts is faith
expressing itself through love.
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Sunday 1 – 3pm
Thursday 7 – ?
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Business (918) 647-4258
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Come to me, all of you who are tired from carrying
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We also cater.
Banquet Facilities Available.
2210 N. Broadway
Poteau, OK 74953
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P.O. Box 549
Poteau, OK 74953
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16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and
only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish
but have eternal life. 17 For God did not send His Son
into the world to condemn the world, but to save the
world through Him. 18 Whoever believes in Him is not
condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the
name of God’s one and only Son.
– Gospel of John, chapter 3, verses 16—18 (NIV)
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918-647-4211
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
We welcome visitors and
friends to our celebration of
faith! Please join us after
Sunday Mass for coffee,
goodies and conversation.
Sunday Mass:
Poteau – 9:00 a.m.
Spiro – 11:30 a.m.
Stigler – Saturday, 5:00 p.m.
Father Valentine Ndebilie
647-3475 • 410 N. Bagwell St., Poteau, OK
(Beside Pansy Kidd Middle School)
Pastors: David & Dorothy Wagner
918-471-7424 or 918-917-3136
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Arkoma Assembly of God
Hwy. 9 A, Arkoma;
875-3350
Pastor, Roger Myers
Assembly of God
1002 W. First, Heavener
653-4331
Assembly of God, Monroe
Jimmy Autrey, Pastor
Calvary Assembly of God
Hwy. 271 North, Poteau
647-4990, 647-9820
Brother Mark Hodges, Pastor
First Assembly of God, Bokoshe
969-2348
Pastor
First Assembly of God, Howe
Jack Baron, Pastor
First Assembly of God, Leflore
David Lawrence, Pastor
918-753-2242
First Assembly of God, Panama
Harold McKeehen, Pastor
Poteau First Assembly of God
Rt. 59, 271 S., Poteau
647-3040
Rev. Keith Williams
First Assembly of God
1000 S.W. Third, Spiro;
962-3632
Harvest Hill Assembly of God
1-1/2 mi. E. of Spiro on Hwy. 9
962-3087, 962-3065
Pastor, E.E. Hewitt
Latham Assembly of God
Latham, Ok
Pastor, Betty Qualls
Shady Point First Assembly of God
Corner of Wiles & Harrison
Pastor Joe Owen
Wister Assembly of God
Pearl & McBeth
655-7415
Rodger D. Mattox
BAPTIST
Albion Baptist
Pastor Jerry Turner
563-4400
Arokoma Baptist
Pastor Rick Kester
875-3152
Arkoma Free Will Baptist
731 Bissel
Bethel Baptist, Wister
655-7547
Rev. Clyde Steelman
Bible Baptist
305 Faye Ave., Pocola
436-2800
Pastor, Don Bradford
Big Creek Baptist
Heavener, 653-7558
Buffalo Valley Baptist
567-2836
Calhoun Baptist
Shady Point
Pastor Steve Hughes
Calvary Missionary Baptist
1104 Paul Mathies Drive, Poteau
647-4826
Pastor, Lee Storms
Cameron First Baptist
Cameron, 654-3531
Bill Wheat, Pastor
Canaan View Primitive Baptist
502 Carter, Poteau
Pastor Jesse Doyle
649-3378, 658-3470
Christian Grove Freewill Baptist
Woff 112 on McKenzie, Pocola
436-2069
Cowlington Baptist
Keota, 966-3238
Pastor Vic Neve
Cross Community Church
Hwy. 112, Poteau
647-3258
Pastor, Bryan Fields
Double Branch Baptist, Poteau
918-647-2745
Jerry Williams, Pastor
Faith Baptist, Howe
658-2443
Pastor
Falfa Baptist
Rt. 2 Box 2970 5 mi. west
Talihina, OK 74571
567-2067
Dustin Long, Pastor
First Baptist Church, Bokoshe
969-2419
Pastor
First Baptist Church
200 West Ave., Heavener
653-7788
Rev. Sam Dyer
First Baptist Church
Hwy. 59 & W. Jones, Panama;
963-2321
Pastor, Larry Harris
First Baptist of LeFlore
753-2778
Pastor Ron Bess
First Baptist Church
1 Block West Hwy. 112, S. Pocola
436-7012
Pastor Chad Rogers
First Baptist Church
300 North Witte, Poteau
647-3474
Rev. Thomas Chappelle
First Baptist Church
Broadway & Alaska, Spiro
962-2885
Pastor, Darrin McKnight
First Baptist Church
Shady Point, 963-4406
Rev. Larry Matthiesen
First Baptist Church of Hodgen
653-7490
Terry Jarrard, Pastor
First Baptist Church of Howe
Corner 2nd & Texas
658-2352
Jason Lloyd
First Baptist Church, Talihina
404 Emmert St., Talihina 74571
567-2758
Pastor Mark Cook
First Baptist Church
Highland & Cherokee, Wister
918-655-3175
Pastor Keith Stewart
First Free Will Baptist
603 West Blvd., Poteau
647-8181
Rev. Cory Thompson
First Missionary Baptist
Hwy. 59, Howe; 658-3993
Forrester Baptist
Heavener
Pastor Mike Steelman
Free Will Baptist of Big Cedar
Pastor, Jim Robbins
Friendship Baptist Fellowship
13127 Hwy. 120, Rock Island
918-413-3309
Pastor Greg Duncan
Grace Fellowship
Cameron; 654-3127
Pastor Steve Adams
Green Hill Baptist
Rt. 1, Talihina, OK 74571
Arlis Potts, Pastor
Green Hill Freewill Baptist
Cameron
Pastor, Bill Sanders
Heart O’ the Hills Baptist
4 miles east of Summerfield
918-653-3822
Pastor
Hispanic Baptist Mission,
Heavener
Pastor Jose Robledo
Hispanic Baptist Mission
Poteau
918-839-3935
Pastor Carlos Aguilar
Holson Valley Baptist, 653-3807
Pastor, Rev. Dan Lynch
Hontubby Baptist
Heavener
918-654-3646
Pastor, David Hardin
Independence Baptist
Heavener
Lakeview Baptist
401 E. Broadway, Spiro
962-5367
Liberty Hill Baptist
Cameron
Pastor Travis Cook
Monroe Baptist
2 Blks. S. of Hwy. 83
658-3924
Pastor
Mount Calvary Mission Baptist
Clayton & Chickasaw, Poteau;
647-4637
Rev. J.L. Jennings
Mt. View Baptist, Glendale
647-3652
Tim Trent, Pastor
Muse Baptist
P.O. Box 70, Muse 74949
Pastor Jeff Caughern
New Mt. Pleasant
Heavener
Pastor Larry Yandell
Octavia Baptist
494-7333
Pastor Ed Rogers
Old Pathway Baptist Church
Wister Lake Rd., Heavener
David Presson, Pastor
Panama First Free Will Baptist
3 blocks off Hwy., Panama
963-2676
Perry Chapel Baptist, Hodgen
Pastor, Paul Dean McDaniel
Pilgrim’s Rest Baptist Church
at Reichert
Heavener
Pastor
Pleasant Valley Free Will Baptist
Pleasant Valley Road, Poteau
Tommy Brown, Pastor
Pocola Heights Free Will Baptist
436-2365
Pastor Clifford Myers
Poteau Valley Baptist
Waddle St., Poteau
647-3744
Rev. Jim Parsley
Prairie Grove Baptist
Rt. 1, Talihina, OK 74571
Pastor Cecil Holcomb
Rock Island Freewill Baptist
23125 Bustin Ln, Cameron
479-629-5695
Pastor: Brad Kuhl
Shady Point First Baptist Church
27075 Reagan, Shady Point, OK
Pastor Larry Matthieson
Southside Baptist
505 Holsen, Poteau
647-2244
Rev. Jim Reed
Springhill Baptist
Howe; 658-2037
Stapp-Zoe Baptist
Across from cemetery
Bob Garrett, Pastor
653-4365
Summerfield Baptist
653-4509
Minister, Charles Caughern
Trinity Baptist Church
Hwy. 59 North
647-3005
Rev. LeRoy Billy
Trinity Baptist Church, Pocola
436-2547
Keith Allen, Pastor
Trinity Baptist Church
607 Creek, Heavener
Pastor, Howard Huddle
653-2401
Trinity Baptist Church
Octavia
Oak Ridge Baptist Church
Hwy. 271 S., Poteau
647-3435
Pastor David Billy
Victory Baptist
Talihina, OK
Kenneth Biddinger, Pastor
Victory Baptist
Wister
Pastor Gene Heflin
Whitesboro Baptist Church
P.O. Box 125, Whitesboro
918-567-2796
CATHOLIC
Immaculate Conception
410 N. Bagwell, Poteau
Pastor: Rev Valentine Ndebilie
647-3475
St. Catherine
2nd and Gann, Talihina
567-2587
St. Elizabeth
5 Miles East of Spiro on Hwy. 9
Pastor: Rev Valentine Ndebilie
647-3475
CHRISTIAN
First Christian Church
Corner of Witte & Parker St.
Poteau, OK 74953
Pastor: Gary Vancil
918-647-3400
First Christian (Disciples of Christ)
400 W. Third, Heavener
653-7889
Pastor: Philip Routen
Heavener Christian Church
Hwy. 270, Heavener
653-7120
Patrick McMullen, Minister
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Church of Christ
400 E. Avenue C, Heavener
653-7574
Church of Christ
506 S. Broadway, Poteau
647-4288
Glenn Hamilton, Minister
Poteau Church of Christ
292nd Street
647-4873
Donald Cherry, Minister
Church of Christ
Hwy. 83, Monroe
501-639-2561
Paul Williams, Minister
CHURCH OF GOD
Seventh Day Church of God
Pearl & Ryan St., Wister
655-7400
Pastor, Chip Hinds
Worldwide Church of God
Arkoma Senior Citizen Center
615 Poteau Street
Arkoma, OK
COWBOY CHURCHES
Green Country Cowboy Church
23980 Kerr Mansion Rd., Poteau
918-649-3905
Victor Sweet, Pastor
EPISCOPAL
St. Barnabas Episcopal
506 College, Poteau
647-9092
GOSPEL
Bennington Church
2 Miles West of Shady
Point on Latham Road
J.C. Wiles, Pastor; 963-2526
Bethel Lighthouse Full Gospel
707 Indiana St., Panama
James E. Hill, Pastor; 647-6076
Eastside Full Gospel
1 Mile East of Spiro
INTER-DENOMINATIONAL
Northside Christian
Hwy. 271 N., Poteau
James E. Hill, Pastor
Grace Family Fellowship
An Age-Integrated
Christian Fellowship
Meets House To House
Call 647-1123 or 647-8527 For Info
JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah
47855 State Hwy. 112
647-2512
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints
625 Coggins, Poteau
647-8421
COMMUNITY OF CHRIST
Community of Christ
1 Blk. South, Fanshawe
Sally McGowen, Pastor
659-2361
Community of Christ
Corner Grace & Grand, Poteau
Sue McAlester, Pastor
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Lutheran Church
2100 Cavanaugh Rd.
Ft. Smith, AR; 479-646-7611
John Treude, Pastor
Trinity Lutheran Church
Hwy 59 and Drake (918) 775-6753
Sallisaw, OK. 74955
Pastor, Kory Boster
NAZARENE
Church of the Nazarene
300 E Ave. B, Heavener
653-2590
Church of the Nazarene
Hwy. 271-59, Panama
Pastor, Tommy Johnson
963-4607
Faith Church of the Nazarene
207 North Walter, Poteau
647-3470 or 647-4692
Brian W. Smith, Pastor
Wister Church of the Nazarene
Corner of Grand & Rosettie
Rev. Joe “P.J.” Atkinson
Solid Rock Church of the Nazarene
Hwy. 112, Rock Island, OK
918-654-3417
Jim and Lindsay Painter
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
First Step of Faith
5121 N. Broadway, OK
Pastor, Leon Genn
Ellis Chapel Community Church
1-1/2 mi. n., 1/2 w. of Wister
Jack Covey, Pastor
Dog Creek Community Church
13 miles West of Shady Point
918-963-4521
Jim Graham, Pastor
Faith Miracle Revival Center
520 Dewey St., Poteau
Pastors, Garner and Alta Pool
Hosanna Christian Fellowship
1450 Branson,
Poteau, 647-2233
Nathan Bain, Pastor
Home: 649-3394
New Life Worship Center
903 McKenna, Poteau, OK
Barry Poche, Pastor
479-646-8471
Rock Island Full Gospel Church
Rock Island, OK
William A. Sowells, Pastor
501-996-2199
Sugarloaf Christian Fellowship
Monroe; 658-3892
Leslie Scroggins, Pastor
Upper Room Christian
Worship Center
Howe, Okla; 658-3862
R. Darran Williams, Pastor
Voice of Hope Fellowship
8 mi. S. of Red Oak on Hwy. 82
Dale Copeland, Pastor
918-753-2303
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
CHRISTIAN
Life N Christ
Hwy. 112, Rock Island
Rev. Donny Kennedy
918-654-7369
PENTECOSTAL
Amazing Grace Pentecostal
Church of God
608 Cook, Arkoma
Rev. John Cole
A New Beginning Pentecostal Church
Monroe
Faith Miracle Revival Center
520 Dewey St.
Poteau, OK 74953
Pastor: Garner Pool
918-774-0938
Faith Pentecostal Church of God
Hwy. 271 South, Talihina
Pastor, Joseph Mullings
First Pentecostal Church of God
A Church on the Move
P.O. Box 374
918-567-3473
Above information updated as of Jan. 12, 2015. Call 918-647-3188 to notify of any changes.
Pastor, Kenneth Bryant
Gospel Lighthouse
P.O. Box 143
Cameron; 654-3095
c/o Betty Claunts
Gospel Tabernacle
100 Strip Pit Rd, Poteau;
647-3463
Rev. Lawrence Daniels
Heavener Pentecostal Church of God
101 Division St., Heavener;
Cody and Sonya Nix, Pastors
Jesus Name Assembly Church
Panama, OK.
Harold E. Thompson, Pastor
918-963-7139
Jesus Name Faith Revival
Shady Point; 963-2947
Pastor, J. L. Qualls
New Life Pentecostal Church of
God
4 miles east of Spiro on Hwy. 9
Rev. Charles Southard
Pentecostal Church of God
1403 S. McKenna, Poteau
647-7315
Clyde and Shirley Hess
Pentecostal Church of God
1220 N. Kentucky, Panama
Rev. Everett and Jan Morris
963-2729
Pentecostal Church of God
7 mi. w. of Spiro on Hwy. 9
Flower Hill
Rev. Larry Moss
918-962-3262
Pocola Christian Fellowship
Hwy. 112 S., Pocola
1 Block of McKenzie
Eldon Burnett
Apostolics of Poteau
1300 S. Broadway, Poteau
647-4641
Pastor Kevin Womack
Southside House of Worship
End of S. Columbus, Spiro
PRESBYTERIAN
First Presbyterian
200 N. Witte, Poteau
647-3565
Rev. Tom Lackey
UNITED METHODIST
Bokoshe United Methodist
30061 Water St.
Tony Huffman, Minister
918-962-5860
Cameron United Methodist
Rev. Gary Winslow
436-2801
First United Methodist
East Avenue B, Heavener
Rev. Tim Boyer
653-2232
Heavener Hispanic Fellowship
Obed Alba, Pastor
First United Methodist
109 South Harper, Poteau
647-2217
Rev. Kyle Clark, Pastor
First United Methodist Talihina
200 Church Street, Talihina
Rev. Shaun Wicker
567-2374 - 567-3164
Tuskahoma
Rev. Dale Sullivan
Good Spring Indian United
Methodist
Southeast of Whitesboro
Marge Jones, Lay Leader
580-567-3605
Hodgen United Methodist
James Cinocca Jr., Pastor
653-2232
Howe United Methodist
Pastor
436-2174
Pocola United Methodist
Rev. Ricky Huggins
436-2801; 436-7078
Spiro United Methodist
109 E. Broadway, Spiro
Rev.Jennifer Pasco
962-2538
St. Paul Indian United Methodist
SE 1st Street and Jackson, Talihina
Rev. Ruby Taylor
918-579-0321
First United Methodist (Wister)
Corner Grand and Highland
Rev. Donald Whitman
655-3120; 655-7989
OTHER
Baha’i Faith
918-647-4699
www.bahai.us
The Living Word Church
1110 Patti Sue Drive, Panama, OK
Sunday 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Thursday 7 p.m.
The Church of God of Prophecy
S.E. 4th & Cherry St., Spiro
Clint Beesley, Pastor
479-883-0833
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
Poteau Seventh Day Adventist
200 Grand, Poteau
918-465-3115
Pastor, Timothy Scull
PAGE 4B . . . SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 2015
FELONIES
Mallory N. Laird aka Mallory Nicole Laird,
injuring a public building
Bruce Jason Maynor, possess of explosive
device
Travis Dewayne Eldred, possession of controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug
paraphernalia – misdemeanor, protective order
violation – misdemeanor
Cory Joseph Himes, domestic assault and battery resulting in great bodily harm
Ryan O’Neal, possession of controlled dangerous substance – methamphetamine, escape from
arrest or detention, public intoxication – misdemeanor
Sonya Marie Snell, possession of stolen vehicle, possession of controlled dangerous substance
– methamphetamine, public intoxication – misdemeanor, obstructing an officer – misdemeanor
Larry Gene Kirkland, obtaining property by
false pretense
MISDEMEANORS
James R. Harris, disturbing the peace
Jimmy D. Underwood, public intoxication
John William Beebe, attempting to elude police
officer
M’Kayd Cole-Parnell Caldwell, driving with
license revoked, public intoxication, improper
stopping
Michael James Eagle Jr., driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, transporting opened container of beer, failure to wear
seat belt
Carlos Carson, driving a motor vehicle while
under the infuence of drugs
Travis Dewayne Eldred, domestic abuse –
assault and battery
Sheri Ann Leavitt aka Sherry A. Leavitt, public
intoxication, obstructing an officer
Jeremy Foshee, domestic abuse – assault and
battery
Larry Gene Kirkland, public intoxication
Courthouse
Tedmore, Spouse of Caroline Tedmore, occupants
of the premises, Lori M. Brown, Spouse of Lori
M. Brown, Citibank NA, First Gilbraltar, foreclosure
Cavalry SPC I LLC v. Brandon E. Moody,
money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Discover Bank v. Angelo Borrero, money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Discover Bank v. Sydney Hamilton, money
judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Arvest Bank v. Ryan Lee Rollison, money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Arvest Bank v. John LeFlore, money judgment/
civil - $10,000 or less
Arvest Bank v. Randy Naylor, Alice Naylor,
money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
First Financial Investment Fund v. Ryane E.
Denzer, money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Razor Capital, LLC v. Randy Adcock, Bethany
Adcock, money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Razor Capital, LLC v. Debra Johnson, James
Johnson, money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Discover Bank v. Sherri Barnes, money judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Citibank N.A. V Kelly Marie Galaviz, money
judgment/civil - $10,000 or less
Stephen L. Walden v. G. W. Myers, E. H.
Hempler, Ethel Hempler, C. E. Newburn, Helen
Newburn, Norma Walden, Heirs of Leo Walden,
Sam Walden, Gary Walden, Susan Minor, quiet
title
Laura Walden v. G. W. Myers, E. H. Hempler,
Ethel Hempler, C. E. Newburn, Helen Newburn,
Norma Walden, Heirs of Leo Walden, Sam Walden,
Gary Walden, Susan Minor, quiet title
Steve Walden v. G. W. Myers, E. H. Hempler,
Ethel Hempler, C. E. Newburn, Helen Newburn,
Norma Walden, Heirs of Leo Walden, Sam Walden,
Gary Walden, Susan Minor, quiet title
Jerry L. Ford Living Trust v. Wiley W. Lowrey,
quiet title
DIVORCES
Larry Chandler v. Charlene Chandler
Jeanenne Coble-Ball v. Russell E. Ball, pro se
Betsy Ann Benefield v. Allen Benefield, pro se
BEVERAGE
Edris Tackett v. Rodney Tackett
Tommie Sur Sanders v. Kirk Olan Plepla
Bud’s Country Junction LLC, beer license,
Amber Nichole Thompson v. Dustin Kyle
renewal
DJ’s Handy Stop, beer license, initial applica- Thompson
Joseph Stacy v. Beverly Stacy
tion
Alba Davies v. Joshua Davies, pro se
CIVIL
MARRIAGES
Parent of Lacey Price v. Joshua Cooper, money
Billy W. Hunt to Kendra Dawn Ellis
judgment/civil – over $10,000
Bridgett Carol Hall to Cheryl Lynn Gardner
Terecia Willis v. Joshua Cooper, money judgEarl Eddie Brown Jr. to Lucretia Gail Manley
ment/civil – over $10,000
Garrett Lee Weldon Vonree to Amanda Brooke
Diamond Pipeline LLC v. Evans Living Trust,
Dilbeck
Board of County Commissioners, Joe Wiles, emiBilly Ray Tiffin to Malissa Kay Duncan
nent domain
Colby Ty McGee to Jennifer Ellen Wright
Diamond Pipeline LLC v. Peggy A. McCurdy,
John Robert Fout to Kissie Shantel Stimac, preBoard of County Commissioners, Joe Wiles, emimarital
counseling
nent domain
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Michael D. Yeager,
PROTECTIVE ORDERS
Alice Yeager, John Doe, Jane Doe, foreclosure
Arvest Bank v. Tina Kay McClary, McClary
Misty Denise Potter v. William Paul Dunigan,
Trucking Inc., money judgment/civil – over
served
$10,000
Salli Marie Maxwell v. Dakota Gregory
United States of America v. Heirs of Bernard A.
Maxwell
Harris, foreclosure
Loretta Jean Berna v. Cody Lynn Burrough
Champion Mortgage Company v Joanna M.
Ashley Dawn Stephens v. Daryl Gene Cooper
Anderson, Spouse of Joanna Anderson, Jane Doe,
John Doe, USA-Housing and Urban Development,
SMALL CLAIMS
unknow successors of Joanna Anderson, foreclosure
Security Finance v. Kermitt Celestine, money
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Rebecca Dyan Oliver,
Duane E. Oliver, Jane Doe, John Doe, Equable judgment – small claims under $1,500
Rival Properties MHP-1 LLC v. Sara Denicola,
Ascent Financial LLC, foreclosure
Nathan
Denicola, forcible entry and detainer over
JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. v. Katie M.
Stephens, Spouse of Katie Stephens, Caroline $1,500.00
All American Loans & Payday v. Jeanette Kim
Hurst, money judgment – small claims under
$1,500
Maverick Finance of Poteau v. Crystal Brooke
Wyatt, money judgment – small claims under
$1,500
Hamilton, Warren, and Bovos v. Kathy Rogers,
Matt McBee, Attorney
money judgment – small claims over $1,500
Security Finance v. Billy Alexander, money
Poteau, 211 N. Church
judgment – small claims under $1,500
All American Loans & Payday v. Joshua Mills,
918-647-2340
money judgment – small claims under $1,500
Poteau Properties v. Daniel Henderson, Betty
Richardson, forcible entry and detainer up to
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Community State Bank v. Terry L. Bryant,
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POTEAU DAILY NEWS
RECORDED March 31 to April 6, 2014
All information reported here is a matter of
public record and may be obtained by anyone
during the regular operating hours at the
LeFlore County Courthouse. The Poteau Daily
News will not intentionally alter nor delete any
of this information. If it appears in the courthouse pub­lic records, it will appear in this
newspaper. Any clarifications may be made by
purchasing space in the Poteau Daily News
and will be pub­lished in the next available edition in the Classified section.
ABBREVIATIONS AND EXPLANATION
AKA = Also Known As
BAC = Blood Alcohol Content
CDS = Controlled Dangerous Substance
DBA= Doing Business As
DUI = Driving Under Influence,
DUS = Driving Under Suspension,
Et AI = And Others (Or; Elsewhere)
Et Seq = And the Following
Et Vir = And Husband; Et Ux = And Wife
In Re: = In the Matter Of
m/v = Motor Vehicle
OW = Outstanding Warrant
POA = Power of Attorney
R&P = Reasonable and Proper
TOC = Transporting Open Container
v. = Versus
w/o = without
Writ of Habeas Corpus = (Literally: have the
body) Court order requiring that a person be
brought before a judge or court, especially as
protection against illegal imprisonment.
James N. Lewis to MERS
Travis Cox Et Ux, Hall Tarah Cox to Central
National Bank
Martin Terry, Mattlyn Terry to Farm Credit
Services
Carla Martin Et Vir, William Martin to
Community State Bank
Lance Midgley Et Ux, Melissa Midgley to First
National Bank
Michele L. Ward, Stephen T. Ward to Arvest
Bank
Wayne H. Stevens, Joyce F. Stevens to Union
Bank of Mena
Anthony McKinney to Firstar Bank NA
Sylvia Ann Walker to First National Bank
Evan Maxwell Et Ux, Sarah Maxwell to Arvest
Mortgage Company
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
Christie E. Tinck to Johnson Detroy
Kevin Crase Et Al to Allan Crase Et Ux
Jeffery Barnhart Et Ux to Timothy Barnhart Et
Ux
Timothy Barnhart Et Ux to Jeffery Barnhart E
Ux
Patty Erman Et Ux to Polly Anderson
Gwen Rogers to Joseph DeGeorge
Cathy Cothran to Joseph DeGeorge
Ruben B. Rogers Jr. to Joseph DeGeorge
Billy G. McKinney Et Ux to Billy G. McKinney
Et Ux
Debra Emerson to Bobby Emerson
Sue Glover to Greg Jacobs Et Ux
Bretta J. Green Et Ux to Sandy R. Heaton Et
Ux
Earl Vinson to Donald E. Collins
Oklahoma Housing to Mary A. Robinson
Oklahoma Housing to Bertha A. Davis
Wells Fargo Bank to Alton Washburn, Elaine
Washburn
Deutsche Bank AG to Atlas Energy LP
Arvest Bank to June Bandy, Bobby Pennington,
Regina Pennington
JP Morgan Chase Bank to Timothy Clay
Moody
District Court to Robert A. Shoat Jr.
District Court to Dusty Lee Guinn
Rita Sees to Brian McLaughlin, Darla
McLaughlin
District Court to Timothy Mark Nail Jr.
District Court to Kevin L. Smith
Arvest Bank to William K. Lashley, Linda S.
Lashley
Arvest Bank to John Aaron Batchelor, Brooke
Batchelor
Arvest Bank to Joe H. Green, Bessie O. Green
Arvest Bank to Ted Sheets, Brenda L. Darling
Firstar Bank NA to Justin Lawson, Melanie
Lawson
Farmers Home Administration to Bill J. Cox,
Vickie J. Cox
Town of Talihina to George Holland
Beneficial Financial Inc. to Richard Howze,
MORTGAGES
Cleta Howze
Wells Fargo Bank to Charles Armstrong, Patricia
Billy Joe Goines Jr. to Homestead Mortgage
Barney Green Jr. Et Ux, Carrie Green to Armstrong
Green Tree Servicing LLC to Carolyn Crossland,
Community State Bank
Larry Crossland Sr.
Carter Assets LLC to Central National Bank
MERS to John W. Carter, Oleta M. Carter
Kevin N. Poor Et Ux, Amber G. Poor to
Arvest Bank to Aaron Cooper
National Bank of Kansas
MERS to Carol D. Henry
Joseph Gjonaj, Nicole Gjonaj to Central National
Continental Land Resource to OKNM 113438
Bank
POTEAU DAILY NEWS
WARRANTY DEEDS
Courthouse
MMDB LLC to Kevin N. Poor Et Ux
Thomas D. Clark to Chris Montgomery
Detroy Johnson to Detroy Johnson Et Al, Debbie
Dennis W. Sugg Jr. Et Ux to Gordan Ray
Bigalow, Michael T. Johnson
Williams
L. Michael Bryant to L. Michael Bryant Trust,
Zoeller Investments LLC to Joseph Gjonaj Et
Gloria M. Bryant
Ux
Julia Fae Taylor Trust to Mark Taylor Et Ux
Victor H. Williams to Thomas Smith
Charles E. Smith Estate to Billy Joe Goines Jr.
Howard L. High to Howard L. High Et Al
Roger D. Harrison to Birdie Hudlow
Merryman Trust to Mike Gray
Larry Neal Bennett Et Ux to Barney Green Jr.
Donald J. Sullivan Et Ux to James N. Lewis
Rosalie Shrum to Paul Reineman Jr. Et Ux
Joseph DeGeorge to Travis Cox Et Ux
Lucas Family LLC to Carter Assets LLC
Charles Rateliff Trust to Martin Terry Et Ux
Amy J. Baker-Wise Et Vir to Amy J. Baker Et
Jorge Moreno Salazar to Jim Clasen
Vir
Christopher Sean Morris to Joe W. Berry Et
SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 2015 . . . PAGE 5B
Ux
Robert Fields Revocable Trust to Lance Midgley
Et Ux
Harold L. Roden Et Ux to Lance E. Smith Et
Ux
Alene Matney to Anthony McKinney
Spiro State Bank to Kirk J. Leonard Et Ux
Thacker Revocable Trust to Leslie L. Pierce Et
Al
K. Woolbright Smith to Kathryn Woolbright
Rozetta Childers to Michael Degiusti
Charles Clayton Smith to the Public
Poteau P Poteau Police Log olice Log
MARCH 30
12:28 a.m. disturbance, 200 Amos
1:36 a.m. disturbance, 200 Page
1:53 a.m. 911 call, 109 Marie
2:13 a.m. traffic stop, G and G Tire
3:17 a.m. warrant service, Poteau Police
Department
7:39 a.m. traffic stop, bypass and
Pleasant Valley
7:50 a.m. traffic stop, bypass and
Franzini
7:56 a.m. accident, Stadium and
Broadway
10:03 a.m. traffic stop, Kenco’s parking
lot
10:09 a.m. traffic stop, Reynold’s Center
drive way off McKenna
10:20 a.m. traffic stop, north Broadway
and Shockley’s
10:38 a.m. traffic stop, bypass on the
south bound lane
12:23 p.m. motorist assist, Walmart row
No.5
12:50 p.m. animal calls, 202 LeFlore
2:37 p.m. larceny, 404 North Witte
2:51 p.m. traffic stop, North Avenue off
Noble
3:01 p.m. traffic stop, Dollar Tree
3:19 p.m. motorist assist, middle of
bypass by Polk Creek
5:21 p.m. traffic stop
5:30 p.m. stolen vehicle, 311 North
McKenna
5:37 p.m. animal calls, 304 Gladstone
5:47 p.m. accident, Hibbett Sports
5:49 p.m. 911 call, 101 Grace
6:58 p.m. fire, Wall’s
7:06 p.m. animal calls, Railroad and
LeFlore
7:17 p.m. fire, Webb Lane off Pleasant
Valley
7:37 p.m. alarm, Arvest Bank
9:09 p.m. traffic stop, by Poteau High
School
10:03 p.m. disturbance, Gardenwalk
Apartments on Tarby Road Townhouse
No.20
11:18 p.m. traffic stop
11:32 p.m. domestic, 700 Pearl Street
MARCH 31
2:11 a.m. business alarm, Strike -A-Lot
Bowling
5:38 a.m. traffic stop, Shockley’s
7:11 a.m. traffic stop, south Broadway
and Kerr Boulevard
7:15 a.m. traffic stop, bypass and
Franzini
8:40 a.m. motorist assist, South
Broadway across from Riverside
8:50 a.m. traffic stop, bypass North of
Franzini
9:30 a.m. disturbance, American Inn
11:03 a.m. domestic, Family Dollar in
the parking lot
11:49 a.m. accident, Poteau High School
parking lot closest to Braum’s
1:17 p.m. accident, bypass and Burkle
4:08 p.m. traffic stop, Dave’s Meat
Market
4:17 p.m. animal calls, EOMC
6:16 p.m. traffic stop, Green Country
Inn
7:41 p.m. traffic stop, North Hamilton
11:01 p.m. traffic stop, bypass north
end
11:08 p.m. traffic stop, North of Burkle
11:10 p.m. traffic stop, Hillview and
Broadway
APRIL 1
1:28 a.m. traffic stop, south McKenna
and Carl Albert State College
2:10 a.m. prowler, 611 North Walter
2:12 a.m. motorist assist, south end
bypass
3:08 a.m. traffic stop, North Witte and
Towry
4:48 a.m. traffic stop, Atwood’s
5:08 a.m. assist other agency, 20775
292nd Street
7:14 a.m. motorist assist, West Boulevard
and Twyman Park
8:44 a.m. burglary, 1003 Tarby Road
Apartment No.17
10:30 a.m. larceny, Jensen’s Express
Lube
11:32 a.m. larceny, Walmart back secu-
rity room
12:36 p.m. vandalism, 102 North
Avenue
12:49 p.m. traffic stop, Central by EZ
Mart
2:14 p.m. traffic stop, Church and
Broadway
2:49 p.m. assist other agency, Choctaw
Travel Plaza
3:59 p.m. assault, 1103 Rogers
4 p.m. burglary, 510 North Broadway
5:20 p.m. motorist assist, Taco Bell
6:57 p.m. vandalism, 608 Hardy
7:33 p.m. warrant service, 1911 Central
7:35 p.m. animal calls, Noble and
Cruce
8:43 p.m. animal calls, 1803 Central
9:23 p.m. disturbance, 201 Page
APRIL 2
2:39 a.m. assist other agency, 33086
180th Street
6:55 a.m. traffic stop, Green Country
Inn and north Broadway
7:47 a.m. business alarm, Carl Albert
State College Student Center
10 a.m. traffic stop, south Broadway in
911 building
10:32 a.m. traffic stop, Paul Mathies and
Mockingbird
10:47 a.m. traffic stop, Marvin’s on
south Broadway
11:26 a.m. 911 call, 1906 North
Broadway
12:14 p.m. larceny, Finish Line
2:15 p.m. domestic, Poteau Pawn and
Gun
2:24 p.m. traffic stop, ball fields behind
Tote-A-Poke No.4
2:37 p.m. traffic stop, Broadway and
Windham
2:40 p.m. traffic stop, Burkle and
bypass
2:47 p.m. traffic stop, north Broadway
and Hughes Drive
3:21 p.m. traffic stop, Grady by railroad
tracks
3:33 p.m. accident, in front of Poteau
Daily News
4:54 p.m. traffic stop, Wall’s
6:12 p.m. motorist assist, behind Court
House
7:01 p.m. business alarm, 601 North
Earl
7:14 p.m. business alarm, 3002 North
Broadway
APRIL 3
12:10 a.m. traffic stop, Grand
12:24 a.m. motorist assist, 700 block of
Grace
12:34 a.m. alarm, Poteau Retirement
Center
1:03 a.m. larceny, 301 Butler Avenue
apartment No.6
6:55 a.m. traffic stop, Carl Albert State
College behind cafeteria
7:02 a.m. motorist assist, bypass and
Franzini
7:13 a.m. traffic stop, Wilson and
Carter
7:31 a.m. traffic stop, south Broadway
9:32 a.m. traffic stop, West Boulevard
9:46 a.m. motorist assist, bypass before
Burkle
9:54 a.m. traffic stop, Shockley’s
10:05 a.m. traffic stop, Oklahoma Gas
and Electric Company Office parking lot
10:07 a.m. larceny, KP’s
10:15 a.m. accident, Family Dollar in
front of Poteau Daily News
11:17 a.m. traffic stop, Hughes Drive on
Broadway
12:03 p.m. false alarm, EOMC
12:54 p.m. accident, Broadway in front
of Braum’s
2:51 p.m. traffic stop, bypass north of
Polk Creek
3:03 p.m. traffic stop, Harper and
Conser
3:34 p.m. abandoned 911 call, 100 Royal
Oak
4:17 p.m. traffic stop, Ward and
Bagwell
4:33 p.m. warrant service, 1911 Central
4:55 p.m. traffic stop, Grove and south
Boulevard
5:46 p.m. traffic stop, Conser and south
Harper
6:07 p.m. animal calls, 410 Hardy
6:33 p.m. traffic stop, Witteville and
Hughes
6:50 p.m. motorist assist, EOMC
6:52 p.m. traffic stop, 800 block of
Grace
8:43 p.m. traffic stop, Grady East of
tracks
9:13 a.m. traffic stop, McKenna and
Rogers
10:28 p.m. traffic stop, Marie and
Central
10:59 p.m. traffic stop, Vaughn and
Broadway
11:13 p.m. traffic stop, Simple Simon’s
APRIL 4
12:43 a.m. traffic stop, Baetz
1:55 a.m. traffic stop, Creative Home
Health and north Broadway
3:26 a.m. residential alarm, 300 Poe
Avenue
8:28 a.m. traffic stop, north Broadway
9:37 a.m. 911 call, 501
10:18 a.m. traffic stop, First National
Bank
11:24 a.m. traffic stop, Central and
Tarby
12:15 p.m. traffic stop, Central Street
12:45 p.m. traffic stop, south Saddler
and Rogers
1:24 p.m. traffic stop, north Broadway
1:31 p.m. traffic stop, Poteau Retirement
Center
2:13 p.m. 911 call, Walmart pharmacy
2:33 p.m. motorist assist, north
Broadway
3:01 p.m. animal calls, 301 Carter
3:10 p.m. animal calls, South
Boulevard
4:30 p.m. traffic stop, skate park
4:49 p.m. domestic, 3001 N. Broadway
6:12 p.m. traffic stop, Dollar General
and north Broadway
6:56 p.m. larceny, 101 Todd
7:55 p.m. fire, Crest Drive
8:56 p.m. traffic stop, Carter and Witte
9:01 p.m. prowler, 101 Todd
9:05 p.m. domestic, 109 Oak
10:42 p.m. traffic stop, Arvest Bank
11:58 p.m. burglary, 2514 Witteville
Drive
APRIL 5
12:07 a.m. business alarm, Tote-A-Poke
No.1
3:54 a.m. traffic stop, south end bypass
9:08 a.m. abandoned 911 call, 206 S.
Wilson
9:24 a.m. traffic stop, 505 LeFlore
9:48 a.m. behind Remy’s Auto and north
Broadway
10:51 a.m. animal calls, bypass
12:34 p.m. abandoned 911 call, 920
Tarby Road
1:37 p.m. animal calls, 502 Deertail
4:47 p.m. residential alarm, 1706
Witteville
5:58 p.m. domestic, ospital hill
6:05 p.m. motorist assist, old Oklahoma
Highway 112
6:14 p.m. traffic stop, 300 block of
Saddler
6:34 p.m. traffic stop, Possom Valley
6:50 p.m. traffic stop, south McKenna
7:03 p.m. traffic stop, Broadway
7:08 p.m. traffic stop, south Bagwell and
Holson
7:34 p.m. fire, Witte and the tracks
9:30 p.m. larceny, 1101 S. Railroad
9:45 p.m. accident, Central and Marie
10:39 p.m. traffic stop, Mazzio’s
APRIL 6
12:25 a.m. traffic stop, Watson Motor’s
1 a.m. traffic stop, West Boulevard and
cemetery and Wilson
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ALLEY OOP© by Jack and Carole Bender
SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 2015 . . . PAGE 6B
KIT ‘N’ CARLYLE© by Larry Wright
HERMAN© by Jim Unger
ARLO & JANIS© by Jimmy Johnson
HOROSCOPE
By
Eugenia
Last
BIG NATE© by Lincoln Peirce
Saturday, April 11, 2015
You will be involved in many
diverse and stimulating situations this year. Your intuition
will help you accomplish all
that you set out to do. Avoid
becoming overstressed or anxious. Hone your skills to ensure
that you are ready for any
career changes you want to
pursue.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
-- Emotional clashes are likely
if you are not true to your word.
You can't be everything to
everyone, so put yourself first.
Don't make promises you can't
keep or plans that are
unrealistic.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
-- Avoid conflicts. Do your best
to listen to and observe what's
going on around you. Elderly
relatives will offer interesting
insight into your family history.
Rethink your strategy.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
-- Take time for relaxation and
pampering. Stretching yourself
to the limit daily can cause
minor injuries and stress. Spend
a day doing whatever makes
you happy.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
-- You must realize that not
everyone will agree with your
opinions, methods or decisions.
Treat others' opinions with
respect if you wish to avoid
conflict.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
-- Consider making a career
move. Delve into information
that will help you start a business from your home. There are
many courses and seminars that
could provide you with entrepreneurial strategies.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
-- Someone from your past will
return to your life. Plan to take
a trip to a nearby place of interest. Romance is looking hot.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
-- If you pry into someone else's
business, you will end up
regretting it. Joint ventures and
gullibility will lead to disappointment and loss. Rely on
factual information, not
hearsay.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
-- Family members will be difficult or demanding. Make
plans to go out with friends or
work on a pleasurable hobby
away from any turmoil.
Creativity and imagination are
highlighted.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)
-- Don't spend money thoughtlessly, or you will have trouble
meeting your fiscal obligations.
Set a strict budget. Let a financial professional guide you.
Conservative long-term investments will pay off.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
-- Your emotions will be close
to the surface. Think twice
before you say something that
could damage an important
relationship. Reasonable concessions will help solve issues.
Prepare to compromise.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
-- Don't risk your reputation by
becoming involved in secretive
plots. Pick and choose your
partners wisely and abide by
your code of ethics, no matter
what others do.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
-- Focus on your home. Making
personal improvements or
redecorating your space will
bring you satisfaction and comfort. Take a look at other houses
in your area for ideas.
THE BORN LOSER© by Art and Chip Sansom
FRANK & ERNEST© by Bob Thaves
THE GRIZZWELLS© by Bill Schorr
MONTY© by Jim Meddick
THATABABY© by Paul Trap
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Today is the 101st day of 2015
and the 23rd day of spring.
TODAY'S HISTORY: In
1814,
French
emperor
Napoleon Bonaparte abdicated
the throne and was banished to
the island of Elba.
In 1945, U.S. forces liberated
the Buchenwald concentration
camp.
In 1951, President Harry
Truman relieved Gen. Douglas
MacArthur of his command in
Korea.
In 1979, Ugandan dictator Idi
Amin was overthrown.
In 2006, Iran announced that it
had successfully enriched uranium.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS: Dean
Acheson (1893-1971), diplomat/
statesman; Oleg Cassini (19132006), fashion designer; Joel
Grey (1932- ), actor; Louise
Lasser (1939- ), actress; Thomas
Harris (1940- ), author/screenwriter; Jason Varitek (1972- ),
baseball player; Jennifer
Esposito (1973- ), actress; Mark
Teixeira (1980- ), baseball player; Joss Stone (1987- ), singer.
TODAY'S FACT: Idi Amin
was one of only two native officers in Uganda's military when
the nation gained its independence in 1962.
TODAY'S SPORTS: In 2004,
Phil Mickelson won his first
Masters Tournament after eight
second- or third-place majors
finishes in almost 12 years as a
professional golfer, sinking an
18-foot birdie putt on the final
hole to edge Ernie Els by a single
stroke.
TODAY'S QUOTE: "It is a
mistake to interpret too literally
and sweepingly the poet's admonition that things are not what
they seem. Sometimes they are,
and it is often essential to survival to know when they are and
when they are not."
– Dean Acheson
TODAY'S NUMBER: 35.9
million - estimated population of
Uganda in July 2014.
TODAY'S MOON: Last quarter moon (April 11).
Sense & Sensitivity
DEAR HARRIETTE: I started
an exercise regimen last year and
was doing pretty well, walking
almost 10 miles a day. And then
the winter came. Despite my best
intentions, I slacked off dramatically. I ended up gaining back
almost all the weight I had lost,
and I'm kind of sad about that.
Now that spring is here, I want to
start my regimen again, but I'm
worried it won't work. How can I
get motivated to stay on course?
– Get Fit, Syracuse, NY
DEAR GET FIT: Many people
get into a similar rut. Warm
weather can make it easier for
you to get motivated. Rather than
worrying about what happens
after summer, get moving now. If
walking was once your thing,
start walking again. Build up to
10,000 steps per day, which is
recommended by the American
Heart Association for everyone.
If you are up for it, add other
aerobic activities. You may want
to consider hiring a trainer to
help you get started. If you have
any friends who may want to walk
with you, enlist them. This will
help you to keep up your activity,
even when you don't feel like it.
Once you have established a
rhythm, add an indoor physical
activity so that when the weather
does change, you already have
established an exercise program
that will keep you going.
DEAR HARRIETTE: My husband's family lives far away, and
we get to visit them only once a
year. He has cousins who live
kind of close to my family, a few
states away from us. We used to
By
Harriette Cole
go visit those cousins when we
traveled to see my mom. In
recent years, we haven't been in
touch with them at all. I feel
somewhat responsible for this
because when we go home, I
often just want to hang with my
parents and siblings. Time
doesn't seem to last long enough
to see everybody. My husband
never mentions it, so I just forgot. This year, I remembered
them and thought we should
make an effort to include them
in our next trip. The thing is,
they really don't know my family, so rather than trying to organize a group activity, I think it's
best to do something separate.
How can I organize this without
making it a hassle?
– Engaging Family, Raleigh,
NC
DEAR ENGAGING FAMILY:
Making a conscious effort to
include all of your family members in regular get-togethers is
a wonderful way to stay connected. Rather than bemoaning
what you did not do in the past,
it's great for you to figure out a
way to see your husband's
extended family more regularly
now.
By all means, when you plan
your next trip, set aside a day
that you will spend with these
other relatives. Contact them in
advance and find out if they will
be available, and then see if you
can go visit them. Over time,
you may discover that your two
families will enjoy spending
time together. One step at a
time.
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to the Bokoshe
918-647-3028 or
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ing applications for
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and Ark. Competitive
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and Vacation.
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Friday & Saturday
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ence
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Clothes/Items, JR school bid sheet
Naomi Campbell
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Christmas, men’s. All
of
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to
[email protected]
and in a sealed adOPEN Friday at 8:00 a.m.
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& WALK-IN
old good stuff.
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please
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and Silver with
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contact
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Gone since April
102 Caroline,
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South off Hwy. 112
Shoup
(918)
1st. If found or
Poteau
fect condition, Servbetween overpass
969-2491.
seen, PLEASE call
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iced at 8000 at the
and Spider Webb
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5 Local
for signs.
ing $9800.00 Call
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ZERO DOWN if
McAlister
Church will be
you own land or
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MISCELLANEOUS
MOBILE HOMES
having a yard sale
have family land.
seeking 5 local
in their gym on
For Sale:
Lenders offered.
drivers to haul fuel
FOR RENT
Saturday April 11th
Roper 30” White
FREE
into a holding tank.
Two or Three
starting at 9:00 a.m.
Cooking Range.
APPLICATION
This is a 6-12 week
Bedroom Mobile
Located at 505
Clean And In Good
can do septics/elec.
project starting in
Homes for Rent. RV
early May. The job
Holsen Avenue in
Condition. $150.00.
and water.
spaces available
site is located in
Poteau.
918-635-0183
Call 918-437-1870.
also. Trash and
Heavener, OK, and
GENERAL INFORMATION:
YARD SALE RAIN INSURANCE: $3.00
ADJUSTMENTS:
GUARANTEED
Sewer
paid. NO SALE - $80:
that is where the
UP TO ONE (1) YEAR
equipment
PETS!!
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tion. We will not knowingly accept advertising which choose (per our ad guidelines). Must call next business one insertion only. Canceling ads placed at discounted
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date of purchase on ad.
apply. Omitted ads are eligible for refund ofapplicants
amount paidmust
have a current
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What we provide:
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Saturday, April 18th at Noon!
Poteau Public
Schools
Head Football
Coach
Poteau Public
Schools
Middle School
Principal
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described as folvision of Capital AsBACKED
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CERTIFICATES,
tain real estate in LeFlore County, ANSHIP OF:
Corner of the SW/4
Construction and 10014 SE 1138 SERIES 2006-3,
LeFlore County, Oklahoma, in Case CAROL ANN HALL,
SW/4 SW/4 of SecINCAPACIProperties DepartPlaintiff,
Ave., Talihina, OK
Oklahoma, to wit:
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TATED PERSON. tion 12, Township 5
ment (DCAM/CAP), Bid Opening Date:
v.
THAT PART OF wherein The Bank
North, Range 25
PG-2012-35
Will Rogers BuildKEVIN L. SHUMay 7, 2015
THE EAST HALF of New York Mellon,
East; thence North
NOTICE OF HEARing, 2401 Lincoln L o c a t i o n :
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OF REALPOTEAU
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2015
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MOBILE HOMES
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OWNER
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2006-3,
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indicated. Copies of 2:00 PM
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point; thence South
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of the total bid shall
UTES EAST A DIScharges, $1,800.00
$89,500.
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for public inspecCJ-2013-1
accompany the
TANCE OF 1237.0
for attorney's fee,
918-647-4555
Broadway.
OF: Part of the husband and wife,
tion.
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FEET; THENCE $750.00 advances
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918-647-3048
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of Section 12, the life estate of
ber: 15259
NOTICE IS GIVEN GREES 58 MINchecks will be retaxes, insurance,
(evenings)
Township 5 North, Carol Ann Hall in
Project Name: Terto Kevin L. Shupert;
turned to all but the
UTES EAST A DISproperty preservaLocation!!
Range 25 East of and to said proprazzo Floor InstallaAngela Shupert;
three lowest bidders
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tion
Jackie Shupert; FEET TO THE
after the bid openthis action accrued
REAL ESTATE
Meridian, LeFlore of April, 2015 at
Project Location: ing. The three lowCharles Shupert; RIGHT OF WAY
and accruing.
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Houses!
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ment of Veteran’s
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Club Road.
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sale, in Poteau.
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the Indian Base and
remodeled!!!
Charles Shupert;
ing. The three lowRIGHT OF WAY and accruing.
of April, 2015 at
Project
Location:
Meridian,
LeFlore
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Insurance
limited to
We have
est bid securities John Doe, OccuOF THE KCS RAILWITNESS
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8:30
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financing!!!
the District
Courta
complete
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sion
more particularly
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NORTHWESTApril, 2015.
room of the LeFlore
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BY:
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down, just move
$140,900.00
the
SW
Corner
of
tion; KeyBank NaBy: Manny Sauviller
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OF
Sheriff in Metal Roofing
Specializing
100 S. Broadway,
in, and start
Using
A g e n c y : Project Manager
Section 12, thence Poteau, Oklahoma,
tional Association; WAY TO A POINT
s/BY: Heather Ford
making monthly
Oklahoma DepartNorth 88 degrees has been appointed
Construction
& State of Oklahoma
608.00
FEET
EAST
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and
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Bid Documents Published in the Po- United States of THENCE WEST
tance of 663.305 said Return, at
chased with or
770 NE
63rd St
Available: April 16, teau Daily News on America, ex rel., In- 608.00 FEET TO Oklahoma
feet to the SE Cor- which time any per918-413-2635
without furnishCity, OK
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ner of the SW/4 son interested in
ings.
Documents: See (26557) LPXLP
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GINNING.
(405)848-1819
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ence: Non-Mandaonds West a dis10 o'clock, a.m., at Street, Howe, OK File No. 14-121419
ing, to said Return
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project Manual. In
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case of adverse
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County, Oklahoma, property being duly (26558) LPXLP
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COW & BULL SPECIAL
SALE at
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distance of 485.223 further particulars.
APARTMENTS
HIRING OTR PROFESSIONALS who want
COW &and
BULL
SALE will
at McAlester
Minor
405-521-2112 prior
McAlester Stockyards. FOR
Sat. April
18th
sale
sellSPECIAL
for Sale
be made
feet, thence back to DATED: April 9,
RENT.
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Sat. April
18th pursuant
at noon! Selling
750
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trucks; Call Fischer Trucking today at 1-800-486APPROVED.
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or
Date
and
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and
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April 23, 2015, at
without appraise918-917-9628
entered in the Dis50 foot wide road DISTRICT COURT
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ment, all that
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tain real estate in LeFlore County,
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described as folLeFlore
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in Case
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WILL DASH!
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HANK HAS CASH WILL DASH! For
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to wit: ukuleles.
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CJ-2013-1,
10014 OTR,
SE Local,
1138
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amps, mandolins,
Fender,
old guitars, amps, mandolins, ukuleles.
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Martin,
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NEW
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Date:
tion 12, Township 5 teau, OK 74953
in
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40 years infor
Tulsa.
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OF THE SOUTHfka The Bank of
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CLAIMS Saunders & Saunders
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TION ON STATEWIDE
By: Manny Sauviller
608.00 FEET EAST
100 S. Broadway,
Undersheriff/Deputy
Project Manager
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770 NE 63rd St
by the Court as the
ment
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