Chisholm Trail News

Page 2   God Bless America Chisholm Trail Community News WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM August 17, 2022 Spotlight on Business 317 West Main Duncan, OK 73533 580-252-5977 Steve Markl e Owner Steve’s Auto Service All your Repair Needs! Since 1997 Brakes - Oil Changes - Motor Swap Tune-ups REHME MFG, INC. 100 E. Cherokee, Marlow 580-658-2414 • We build Quality All Aluminum Products, with over 100 combined years in the aluminum manufacturing field. • We manufacture Control Houses for -- N2 Units, Blenders, Combo Units, Coiled Tubing Units, Single and Double Pumpers. • We also build -- Frac Vans, QA, Lab and Choke trailers ad Control Consoles. All units are fully insulated with stainless steel hardware, wired to customer specs. www.rehmemfg.com (580) 251-0523 Lynn Parr Broker (580) 467-3773 Dale Evans SalesAssociate For Sales Appraisals Rentals www.lynnparr.com 1402 N. Grand Duncan, OK FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS • Sale of House or Business • We Have Buyers!! • Value for Legal Matters • Estate or Divorce 2702 Chisholm Oaks Loop, Duncan Parr Real Estate - 53 Years of Experience Phone Calls are FREE! - We Can Help! Take advantage of my 53 years of experience If I don’t know, I know someone who does! 114 N. 2nd St. Marlow, OK This is a Remodeler’s Dream! (across from Police Station) Wed - Thurs - Fri. 10 - 6 Sat 10 - 4 Bryant’s Car Care, LLC 201 W. Main, Duncan • 580-255-2273 For all your automotive needs • Dean Bryant • Jackie Bryant, mechanic Full Automotive Shop Detail is an all day job call for Appointment Dean Bryant Owner 218W Main Duncan Ok 73533 580-252-2273 Todd Robertson, Owner/Broker/Auctioneer Tammy Mowdy-Vaughn, Realtor ® Associate Cace Robertson, Realtor ® Associate Venessa Swanson, Realtor ® Associate Mary Swanson, Realtor ® Associate 580-252-3880 www.FarmsRanchesLand.com 1705 S. Hwy 81 - Duncan, OK Television-Ultra Vision (41’’), Living Room Tables, French Provincial Desk with Chair, Drop Leaf Table (36’’) with 2 Chairs, RCA Color Television and a Cedar Chest with Drawer. Antiques and Collectibles: Mantle Clock-Ornate (Old), SINGER Feather Lite Sewing Machine with Case, Library Table with Drawer, Variety of Lamps, Variety of Glassware, Wash Stand with 3 Shelves and a Rocking Chair (Tiger Oak). Miscellaneous: MEC Shotshell Reloader (Like New), SINGER-MAGIC STEAM PRESS TM 7, Printer HP 5052, Variety of Fishing Rods, a Variety of Bolt Organizers, Feather Lite-Weed Eater, Weed Eater Blower, Charcoal Grill with Cover, LUMEXWalker and a Variety of Lawn and Garden Tools. Terms of Sale: Personal Property - Cash, Personal or Company Check accepted. Valid I.D. required. Buyers must provide Auction Company a copy of Sales Tax Permit if Tax Exempt. Preview of Auction: Will be held Friday afternoon, July 22, 2022 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Announcements made day of Sale supersede all other advertisements. Auctioneer’s Note: This is a Nice Auction with a with a HAMILTON Baby Grand Piano, Southern Motion Recliner and a Thomasville BedroomSuite with a Sleep Number Bed (King Size). This is a Very Nice Sale with a Large Variety of Items for Everyone. Please plan to attend this Public Auction. For Sale-MLS 36956 Home and Improvements: A Nice 3 Bedroom Brick Home (Approximately 1,810 Square Feet) with Living Room with Gas Log Fireplace, a Large Den with a Partial Raised Floor, Kitchen/Dining Area Combination, Utility Room and 1 3/4 Baths. Additional Improvements Include: Attached 1 Car Carport, Vinyl Siding on Facia, Sofits and Gables. The Home has a Full Sprinkler System and a Nice Work Shop with Vinyl Siding (10’x30’) and a Window Air Conditioner. All Situated on a Large Corner Lot (97’x103’) with a Nice Fenced in Back Yard in a Great Location across the Street from Horace Mann School and 2 Blocks South of Duncan Regional Hospital. $197,500 Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate, Inc. 580-255-8162 · 806 West Main · Duncan, OK · 580-467-2248 (Auctioneer/Broker) email: garycriswel l@cableone.net (Cell Phon e) PUBLIC AUCTION Household Furnishings Includes: HAMILTON Baby Grand Piano with Bench (Baldwin), Southern Motion Recliner (Electric), Lift Chair (Nice), Thomasville Pedestal Dining Table with 4 Chairs, Thomasville Bedroom Suite, Drop Leaf Table (52’’ Long), Riverside-Love Seat, Curio Cabinet with Curved Glass, River Oaks - Sleeper, Gun Cabinet (10 Gun), Glider Rocker with Foot Stool, Kenmore - Washer, Kenmore - Dryer, Poster Bed - Queen Size, Chest of Drawer (2), HITACHI Color Television-Ultra Vision (41’’), Living Room Tables, French Provincial Desk with Chair, Drop Leaf Table (36’’) with 2 Chairs, RCA Color Televi sion and a Cedar Chest w ith Drawer. Antiques and Collectibles: Mantle Clock-Ornate (Old), SINGER Feather Lite Sewing Machine with Case, Library Table with Drawer, Variety of Lamps, Variety of Glassware, Wash Stand with 3 Shelves and a Rocking Chair (Tiger Oak) . Miscellaneous: ME C Shotsh ell Reloader (Like New ), SINGER-MAGIC STEAM PRESS TM 7, Printer HP 5052, Variety of Fishing Rods, a Variety of Bolt Organizers, Feather Lite-Weed Eater, Weed Eater Blower, Charcoal Grill with Cover, LUMEXWalker and a Variety of Lawn and Garden Tools. Terms of Sale: Personal Property - Cash, Personal or Company Check accepted. Valid I.D. required. Buyers must provide Auction Company a copy of Sales Tax Permit if Tax Exempt. Preview of Auction: Will be held Friday afte noon, July 22, 2022 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Announcements made day of Sale supersede all other advertisemen s. Auctioneer’s Note: This is a Nice Auction with a with a HAMILTON Baby Grand Piano, Southern Motion Recliner and a Thomasville Bedroo mSuite with a Sleep Number Bed (King Size). This is a Very Nice Sale with a Large Variety of Items for Everyone. Please plan to attend this Public Auction. For Sale-MLS 36956 Home and Improvements: A Nice 3 Bedroom Brick Home (Approximately 1,810 Square Feet) with Living Room with Gas Log Fireplace, a Large Den with a Partial Raised Floor, Kitch n/Dining Area Combination, Utility Room and 1 3/4 Baths. Additional Improvements Include: Attached 1 Car Carport, Vinyl Siding on Facia, Sofits and Gables. The Home has a Full Sprinkler System and a Nice Work Shop with Vinyl Siding (10’x30’) and a Window Air Conditioner. All Situated on a Large Corner Lot (97’x103’) with a Nice Fenced in Back Yard in a Great Location across the Street from Horace Mann School and 2 Blocks South of Duncan Regional Hospital. $197,500 Saturday, July 23, 2022 10:00 A.M. 2113 Amhurst Avenue Duncan, Oklahoma Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate, Inc. 580-255-8162 · 806 West Main · Duncan, OK · 580-467-2248 (Auctioneer/Broker) email: garycriswell@cableone.net (Cell Phone) Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate, Inc. has been commissioned by the Estate of Edwin J. Stahl Jr. Trust to offer at Public Auction his Personal Property situated at 2113 Amhurst Avenue Duncan, Oklahoma. The Real Property is currently Listed for Sale for $197,500 (MLS 36956). SINGER-MAGIC STEAM PRESS TM 7, Printer HP 5052, Variety of Fishing Rods, a Variety of Bolt Organizers, Feather Lite-Weed Eater, Weed Eater Blower, Charcoal Grill with Cover, LUMEXWalker and a Variety of Lawn and Garden Tools. Terms of Sale: Personal Property - Cash, Personal or Company Check accepted. Valid I.D. required. Buyer must provide Auction Company copy f Sales T x Permit if Tax Exempt. Preview of Auction: Will be held Friday afternoon, July 2 , 2022 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Announcements made day of Sale supersede all other advertisements. Auctioneer’s Note: This is a Nice Auction with a with a HAMILTON Baby Grand Piano, Southern Motion Recliner and a Thomasville BedroomSuite with a Sleep Number Bed (King Size). This is a Very Nice Sale with a Large Variety of Items for Ev ryone. Please pla to attend this Public Auction. For Sale-MLS 36956 Home and Improvements: A Nice 3 Bedroom Brick Home (Approximately 1,810 Square Feet) with Living Room with Gas Log Fireplace, a Large Den with a Partial Raised Floor, Kitchen/Dining Area Combi ation, Utility Room and 1 3/4 Baths. Additional Improvements Include: Attached 1 Car Carport, Vinyl Siding on Facia, Sofits and Gabl . The Home has a Full Sprinkler System and a Nic Work Shop with Vinyl Siding (10’x30’) and a Window Air Conditioner. All Situated on a Large Corner Lot (97’x103’) with a Nice Fenced in Back Yard in a Great Location across the Street from Horace Mann School and 2 Blocks South of Duncan Regional Hospital. $197,500 Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate, Inc. 580-255-8162 · 806 West Main · Duncan, OK · 580-467-2248 (Auctioneer/Broker) email: garycriswell@cableone.net (Cell Phone) FOR SALE Owner Says Sell! Pri ed Reduced! $197,500 $189,500 and $5,000. Credit to Buyer at Closing! (Auction er/Broker/Realt or) emai : garymcriswell@gmail.com 2113 Amhurst Avenue Duncan, Oklahoma MLS 36956 Audiology & Hearing Aid of Duncan 1206 N. Hwy 81 Chisholm Mall *South Entrance ••Hearing Ev luations: Hearing Aids • All Brands Free Service Batteries $3 pkg. • Insurance Accepted Cynthia Reidenbach - Aid Technician • Matt Campbell M.S.,CCC-A--Audiologist 580-252-9005  In an active market such as the Duncan Area, the age old ques- tion is whether to list your home with a professional or to try to sell it yourself?  With home prices rising, the fee paid to a sales agent can be a significant amount. Is it really worth it or can you save that fee by selling your home yourself? There are people who are able to sell their own home due to their past experiences or training. However, for others, it may be a daunting challenge that is better left to a real estate professional.  What about the money to be saved? Statistics in real estate markets show that most people who sell their own homes do not save money, in fact the opposite occurs. Recent numbers show that the average difference for prices across the nation between homes sold by owners and home sales assisted by real estate professionals is in the vicinity of 10% less for owners. Amazingly, the sellers, who sell themselves, are actually losing money on the average.  The reasons for this fact are: Many home buyers hesitate to deal directly with an owner. A home sold by the owner does not carry the same amount of disclosure as one sold by an agent- assisted owner. Most buyers realize that the owner is not paying a fee so they tend to offer less and neither gets any services. Agents can often assist buyers with financing, while most sellers may not have that knowledge.  Here’s the bottom line. If you’ve sold your home in the past and were pleased with the results then you may have the knowledge and expertise to make it work.  However, if you do not have this experience, then my advice would be to call a professional to assist you. On the average, it should make you money.  Whatever you do: PUT IT IN WRITING: Verbal Real Estate Contracts are not admissible in a court of law.  If you have questions about Real Estate contact Lynn Parr at 580-251-0523. It costs nothing to ask! PARR REAL ESTATE their Duncan Demon red. The breakfast brought ev- eryone from across the district together.  “Everybody does look better in Duncan red,” Duncan Superintendent Channa Byerly said during the breakfast.  Byerly reflected on the legacy left by the late Phil Barnes, Duncan’s long-time tennis coach, and encouraged others to do the same. She said every faculty and staff member has the ability to make a difference in a child’s life.  “You have an opportunity to impact a child’s life,” Bylerly said. “You have an opportunity to impact a parent’s life.”  This year marks the first year Byerly will serve as superintendent for the school district. Previously, she was assistant superintendent and financial director for Duncan Public Schools.  “I just want to tell you all how excited and humble I am to serve as your superintendent.” she said. “This is one of the best districts in the State of Oklahoma, and that’s because of you. Every time I step outside, I’m bragging on you, all of you.”  Byerly said she was excited to see all the great things that will happen in each of the schools this year.  She said the district’s motto is “A Tradition of Excellence,” and she said she knows there are many great things happening in every classroom. This year, she wants to highlight those positive things.  “I believe that excellence happens every day in this district,” she said. “I think it’s important that we share our story.”  Following Byerly, keynote speaker Gerry Brooks talked about climate and culture for the school dis- trict. Brooks, a principal, is known across the country for his viral videos that reflect on the struggles of teachers and administrators in public schools.  He said many people, who do not work in educa- tion, think some of what he presents in his videos is made up, not realizing how much education has changed since they were in school.  “They think it’s the same school district is was 29, 30, 40, 50 years ago, Brooks said. committed to using the money as we have said in our promotional material,” Dyes said. Dyes admits that if the bond issue passes, Central High patrons will be paying higher taxes for two years, until the bonds mature for the new gymnasium. At that point, taxpayers would pay the same mile- age rate to retire the bonds they are currently paying, but for two years there will be an increase in taxes. That appears to contradict what is on the Central High website, which states: “The Bond Issue is a continuation of the current bond program and will not increases taxes.” A public meeting regarding the bond issue was held on Tuesday August 16th by the Central High school board. At press time, the Chisholm Trail News was not aware of any organized opposition to the bond proposal. More information on the bond issue can be found at: https://s3.amazonaws.com/ scschoolfiles/2362/2022-06-15-central_high-bondis- suebrochure.pdf. Dyes said he is willing to answer any questions Central High school patrons might have. He can be reached by phone at 580.568.6858 or by email at kdyes@centralk12.ok.us ‘Duncan Teachers Prepare’ continued from Page 1 ‘Central Bond Issue’ continued from Page 1 Precinct voting location change reminder  Effective lastApril the polling place for Precinct 690052 changed from the Westside Christian Church at 1801 W. Beech in Duncan to the Tanglewood Bible Fellowship at 5th and Camelback Road.  Angela Dunagan, Secretary of the Stephens County Election Board wished to reminded voters of the change in time for theAu- gust 23rd Primary Runoff elec- tion.  This will be the second elec- tion held at the new location. Thepolling locationwasmoved due to redistricting changes.  Voters who have questions or concerns, should contact the Stephens County Elec- tion Board at 580-255-8782 or StephensCounty@elections. ok.gov. The County Election Board is located at 1075 West ElmAvenue.

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