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Page 2   God Bless America Chisholm Trail Community News WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM September 2, 2020 580-255-3867 • Matt Rogers 580-656-3989 517 W. Bois D’Arc • Duncan, OK 73533 Sales • Service • Parts • Rentals FORKLIFTS & EQUIPMENT • ALTERNATORS HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS REPACKED • WINCH & BALE SPIKE MOTORS NEW & REBUILD • STARTERS BUY • SELL • TRADE Financing Available 40 ft. SHIPPING CONTAINERS Starting at $ 3100 Delivered Used UTVs View Our Inventory Seeking a Church Home? Join us on Sunday 11:00 AM Wednesday 7:00PM Small Group of Believers seek Like-Minded to Join in Worship & Praise 1009 South 9th Corner of Park & South 9th, Duncan John Croy, pastor 580-656-5011 Grace Baptist Church 100.1 FM & 91.5 FM For the best music this side of heaven Spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ One Song at a Time! D & D Glass & Mirror Residential & Commercial 610 South 2nd Street Duncan, OK 73533 580.583.1407 580.475.7917 C all for G lass E mErGEnCiEs We Practice Social Distancing Audiology & Hearing Aid of Duncan 1206 N. Hwy 81 Chisholm Mall *South Entrance ••Hearing Evaluations: 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 Joe Caywood Brenneis ...  Joe Caywood Brenneis, passed away Sunday, August 30, 2020 in Marlow, at the age of 67.  At the family’s request cremation has taken place and no ser- vices are scheduled at this time. Cremation and all other arrange- ments have been entrusted to the Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services in Marlow.  Joe was born Saturday, March 14, 1953 in Duncan, to Edward Frank and Bette Jo (Wigham) Brenneis. He lived in Duncan all of his life.  Joe married the love of his life, Ula Karen Hood in Duncan in 1973; they were married for 47 years before Ula’s passing on March 11, 2020.  Joe worked many years in the oil and gas industry as a pumper and operator. He enjoyed fishing, sports, and just being out- doors. Joe loved spending time with his grandson as well as his family and friends that adored him. He will be dearly missed by everyone that knew him. Joe was a member of New Hope Baptist Church in Duncan.  Survivors include, 2 sons, Travis Brenneis of Duncan, Blake Brenneis of Duncan, a grandson, Baylem Brenneis, a brother, Dan Brenneis of Oklahoma City, as well as numerous nieces and a host of great friends.  Along with his wife, Ula, Joe was preceded in death by his parents, and 2 brothers, Eddie Brenneis, Craig Brenneis.  Online condolences may be made to www.CallawaySmithCobb. com Death Notices Memorials Billie Joe Huff ...  Billie Joe Huff was born October 30, 1926, in Paoli, Oklahoma to Henry Gilbert and Edna Mae (Hayes) Huff. His earthly journey ended on Tuesday, August 25, 2020, in Lawton, where he was a resident at the Oklahoma Veterans Center, at the age of 93.  Graveside services were held Saturday, August 29, at Resthaven Memorial Gardens with Rev. Dean Hall of- ficiating. Military honors were presented by the Stephens County Honor Guard and the Patriot Guard Riders. Cremation arrange- ments have been entrusted to Whitt Funeral Home/Oakcrest Cremation Center.  Bill attended Tecumseh public schools. He served his country in the US Navy from 1944 to 1946 on the USS Bobolink and the USS PC-485 during World War II.  On June 10, 1950, he married Peggy Lou Lyons in Duncan. To this union two sons – Billy and Robert – were born. He was em- ployed as a pump mechanic in the field for Koch Oil Company.  He and Peggy were inseparable. His biggest hobby was keeping her happy, which involved fish ponds and grandkids. They loved to take motor home trips and following their grandkids. He also enjoyed yard work, clocks, watching Robert drag racing, and tell- ing jokes.  Bill is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law: Billy and Ginger Huff of Claremore; Robert and Karma Huff of Duncan; five grandchildren; six great grandchildren; and brother, Henry Gilbert Jr. and wife Virginia Huff of Pink, Oklahoma.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Peggy; parents, Henry Gilbert and Edna Mae Huff; and brother, Kenneth Huff.  Memorial contributions can be made to the Stephens County Honor Guard (PO Box 1811, Duncan, OK 73533) or the Patriot Guard Riders of Oklahoma (PO Box 1484, Duncan, OK 73534).  Online condolences can be made to the family at www.whittfh. com. Duncan Area Literacy Council, Duncan Senior Citi- zens, Gabriel’s House, Girl Scouts, HeartLine 2-1-1, Legal Aid, Marie Detty Youth & Family Services, Marlow Samaritans’, Safe Center and Velma Senior Citizens.  Sponsors are Arvest Bank, Canna Wise, D.A.E.D.F., Duncan Regional Hospital, First Bank & Trust, McCoy’s Building Supply and Tilley’s Group (In memory of Pablo Gibson).  Wrist bands will be available, $10 for adults and $5 for kids 10 & under. The wristband will allow you to sample from all the entries. Also, Kiddieland will be open from noon to 1 p.m. for all those with a wrist band.  Practicing social distancing there will be a limited amount of people inside the park due to the current restrictions.  “The weather will be nice and Foxy 92 will also be in the park”, said Adrianne Arrington, Co-Chairman of the event, “So be sure to come on out and support the United Way and it’s 13 partner agencies.”  For more information contact the United Way of- fice at 580-255-3648. program and every school site in Duncan Public Schools. Because of a previous bond issue rolling off, the bond issue was not projected to raise taxes.  Additionally, Proposition 2 requested $2 million for student transportation equipment, such as buses, minivans and Suburbans.  In total, 3,473 people voted on Proposition 1. Of those 2,477 or about 71 percent, voted in favor of the proposition. The remaining 998 or 29 percent voted against the proposition.  In the Proposition 2 election, 3,529 people voted. A total of 2,509 people or 71 percent voted for the proposition. Another 1,020 people or 29 percent voted against the proposition. ‘BBQ Showdown’ continued from Page 1 ‘School Bond’ continued from Page 1 DLT schedules first show since quarantine By Derrick Miller  Duncan Little Theatre is working on its latest play, the first since its musical “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” at the start of March.  DLT will perform “The Secret of Charity Team or Tide to the Wharf” at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11, 12, 18 and 19 at the Marlow Opera House.  The melodrama follows the Dewgood family as they hire a new housekeeper, Charity Teach, who is hiding a “deep, dark secret.” There’s also a search for treasure and over-the-top villains.  DLT previously produced a differently themed melodrama about four years ago, when the organi- zation performed “Someone Save My Baby Ruth,” which was also part of the Duncan Little Theatre “Dessert Theatre” series, which is performed each September.  The director for “The Secret of Charity Teach” is Beth Ann Hough. Cindy Mann is the show’s pro- ducer.  Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a limited number of tickets are on sale online to help with social distancing. Tickets will only be sold in advance and online to keep the number of audience members low enough for social distancing.  Auditions for the show took place toward the be- ginning of August, giving a short turnaround for the production. City Manager Quarantined at Home After Positive Covid-19 Test  Duncan City Manager Kimberly Meek and her husband, John, have tested positive for COV- ID-19. Both Meeks were tested Thursday after John began experiencing symp- toms overnight according to a post on the City of Duncan website..  “John’s symptoms included sinus pain and a fever,” Kimberly Meek said. “I was experiencing some mild fatigue, so I was tested as well, and that test was also positive. We will both be quarantined at home for a period of two weeks, as recommended by our doctor.”  The Meeks are unsure of where they came into contact with COVID-19.  The city manager says she intends to work from home during her quarantine period.  “We have already been preparing our staff for the possibility of remote work, so I will have access to work-related emails and calls from home,” Meek said. “We don’t anticipate any disruption to normal city services, though I will obviously be unavail- able for face-to-face meetings for a few weeks. I am confident in our team’s ability to carry forward the services our citizens rely on.”  City staffers are wearing masks while at work. Mrs. Meek was last in the office on Wednesday, when she also attended her weekly rotary meeting. She was wearing a mask in both places.  “We are releasing this information because we want to be fully transparent,” Meek said. “Anyone who is experiencing symptoms should be tested and should follow protocol for quarantining as estab- lished by the CDC. John and I are thankful to be feel- ing well enough to be recovering at home.”  Testing in the Duncan area is available at Express Wellness, Urgent Med and the Stephens County Health Department.  More information about COVID-19 can be found at GriefShare offers help to those suffering from loss  If you have suffered the loss of a loved one and would like to learn how to con- trol and deal with the emotion and grief, a program called GriefShare begins soon.  GriefShare is support group that through a 13 week course can help a person cope with their loss.  The non-denominational seminar/support group will find hope through scrip- ture and practical ideas for putting life back together. Anyone is welcome to join at any time.  The group meets at First Baptist Church Welcome Center, 901 West Ash, Room 210 on Tuesdays from 6 pm to 8 pm. The seminar runs September 8 through December 15th.  Dick Greenwood and Sheila Mackey facilitate the classes.  For more information and to register call (580) 252-5885 or 255-4359. There are at least 6 peo- ple in the world who look exactly like you. There’s a 9% chance that you’ll meet one of them in your lifetime.