Page 6 God Bless America Chisholm Trail Community News WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM February 24, 2021 Publisher/Owner........................................................................... Wayne Watts 405-320-1539 Sales Representative ..................................................................... Mettie Croy 580-656-5011 Sales Representative .................................................................. Jamie Battiest 580-736-4862 Sales Representative ............................................................. Elizabeth Skahill 580-475-6675 Classified Ad Manager..,.............................................................. Angie Evans 580-255-2428 Graphic Design........................................................................ Deneva Chaney 405-224-7467 Distribution .................................................................................... John Croy 580-467-8370 Business Manager ........................................................................ Kathy Black 405-224-7467 The ChisholmTrail Shopper was established January 1, 1994 and renamed the ChisholmTrail Community News on November 1, 2016. The Shopper will never intentionally print any erroneous reflection upon character, standing or reputation of any individual or firm. The Shopper reserves the right to refuse any or all material submitted for publication which seems detrimental to the paper or the communities we serve. The publication is not responsible for copy errors, typographical errors, or any unintentional error that may occur in advertising other than to correct it in the next issue after it is brought to the attention of the Chisholm Trail Shopper. The first insertion of all types of advertising is proof of publication, and all adjustments will be made to the first appearance only. 580-255-2428 • 3456 North Hwy. 81 • Duncan, OK 73533 CLASSIFIED AD FORM DEADLINE: Tuesday 10am PLACE YOUR AD: Personal CLASSIFIEDS $5.00 - 15 words 15 per word for each additional word NOTE: Breeding animals is automatically categorized as Commercial FREE CLASSIFIED ADS The following scenarios ONLY, qualify as Free and must be limited to 15 words or less. If ad exceeds 15 words, Personal ad rates apply: • Mail or Bring in: 1898 North Hwy. 81, Duncan • Call: 580-255-2428 • Fax: 580-255-2636 • Email: email@example.com • Individual Garage/Yard Sales (residential address) • Items to be given away • Lost & Found • Want to buy (non-commercial) • Item(s) selling under $100 on a “one time” basis One Free Classified Per Customer Per Week Commercial/Real Estate $6.00 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word Front Page $12.50 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Check or Money Order MUST Accompany Order if mailed in. We gladly accept all major credit cards. CLASSIF ED (Word Ads) Pe sonal Classifieds: $6.00 for up to 20 words 30¢ per additional word Business/Commercial/Real Estate $8.00 for up to 20 words 40¢ per additional word Premier Business Column $12.50 for up to 20 words 50¢ per additional word Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized as Business/Commercial a i l@Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . co 3p CLASSIFIED AD FORM DEADLINE: Tuesday 10am PLACE YOUR AD: Personal CLASSIFIEDS $5.00 - 15 words 15 per word for each additional word NOTE: Breeding animals is automatically categorized as Commercial FREE CLASSIFIED ADS The following scenarios ONLY, qualify as Free and must be limited to 15 words or les s. If ad e xceeds 15 words, Personal ad rates apply: • Mail or Bring in: 1898 North Hwy. 81, Duncan • Call: 580-255-2428 • Fax: 580-255- 636 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Individual Garage/Yard Sales (residential address) • Items to be given away • Lost & Found • Want to buy (non-commercial) • Item(s) selling under $100 on a “one time” basis One Free Classified Per Customer Per Week Commercial/Real Estate $6.00 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word Front Page $12.50 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word 1 2 3 4 CLASSIFIED (Word Ads) Pe sonal Cla ssifieds: $6.00 for up to 20 words 30¢ per additional word Business/Commercial/Real Estate $8.00 for up to 20 words 40¢ per additional word Premier Business Column $12.50 for up to 20 words 50¢ per additional word Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized as Business/Commercial i l Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . c 3p Personal Classifieds: $7 up to 20 words, 30¢ per additional word. Business Classifieds: $9 up to 20 words, 40¢ per additional word. (Selling Animals an /or Other Products are Consider d Business, Bu in ss Rate Apply) Mail or Bring Your Ad to 3456 North Highway 81 (1898 N. 81), Duncan. Call: 580-2 55-2428 email: ads@chisholmtrailne ws.com Clinic Openings Duncan Regional Hospital & Solutions Practice Management are currently seeking full-time dedicated professionals for our local clinics. Individuals inter- ested in a fast paced atmosphere with multiple providers are encouraged to apply! LPN LPN/MA Patient Experience Rep Excellent benefits package and salaries commensurate with experience! To apply contact: Human Resources Phone: (580) 251-8595 Fax: (580) 251-8829 To apply online visit: www.duncanregional.com HELPWANTED Now taking applications for RN/LPN We are offering a $2000 sign on bonus. Wilkins Health & Rehab Apply in Person at: 1205 S. 4th,Duncan, OK HELPWANTED Now taking applications for NA/CNA sign on bonus available Wilkins Health & Rehab Apply in person at 1205 S. 4th, Duncan Ron’s Renovating; Are you seeking a Christian family to help renovate your home? Please call 693-0464 (05p) Deep Cleaning Homes and offices. Free estimates Call 606-2274. Cleaning Specials $300 and up. (06dc) Spring Service Special Lawn Mowers, String trim- mers, chainsaws, blowers, tillers. Used lawn equipment for sale. Over 50 years expe- rience. Pick up & delivery available. Call 817-517- 9671 (08p) Jack Of Trades LLC .Roof- ing repairs, complete re- models, fences, decks, dry- wall, tile, flooring, paint, “Just Ask” ”Insured”, credit cards accepted. Call Dusty 467-8048 (08p) H-T Home Improvement; All your home improve- ment needs; Interior, ex- terior painting, drywall, siding, flooring, etc. Free Estimates, Call Andy Heavener at 580-736-3831 (08p) A Cut Above The Rest Lawn Service. Small tree trimming, all lawn services, flower bed cleaning & up keep, clean gutters. Call 405- 625-9196 ( 08p) W O R K WA N T E D HOUSE LEVELING: COMMON SIGNS OF FOUNDATION failure are cracks in sheetrock, unlevel floors, door dragging or sticking. We specialize in pier & beam house leveling. D&H Construction. Free Estimates! 580-470-5678. (08C) Hire a Professional ... Get it done right! Up to 20 words for $12.50. Additional wording 40¢ each word over 20. Deadline is 1:00 pm Tuesday B&K Tree Service Inc: Tree Trimming, Tree Remov- al & stump grinding. Free estimates! Insured, 20 years experience. Robert Griffith. (580)222-3434 Credit Cards Accepted. (08C) THE FINISHING TOUCH: Interior Painting, Texturing, acoustic & wallpaper removal. References. Free estimates. Elaine Carnahan, 580-606-9220 (08C) CARPET CLEANING: Only $30 A Room, 2 Room Min- imum. Call Boles Carpet Cleaning. 580-252-2784. (08C) ROGERS METAL HOMES AND BUILDINGS. Metal homes built complete. Free es- timates on any size metal or wood building or home. Over 25 years experience. 30x40x10, 8 ft x 8 ft door and 3 ft walk-in door, starting at $22,500. Subject to city codes and ground surface. Carport specials, metal roofs and sheet metal fence installed. Professionals in all ar- eas. Rogersmetalbuildings.com 580-512-9609. Li- censed, bonded, certified and insured (08C) D&H CONSTRUCTION: ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUC- TION, metal buildings, fencing & concrete work & remodeling. Also tree trimming & removal. Free estimates! 580-470-5678. (08C) T C Lawn N Construction, painting, carpentry, clean-ups, handyman services and more. Call 736- 3252 or 736-8313 (08C) FINE FINISHES Interior/ Exterior Painting, faux fin- ishes, staining, texture matching, popcorn remov- al, window glazing, etc. Commercial & residential, free estimates. References, 10 + years exp. 475- 6244 (08C) Carpentry and Home Repair, Interior/Exterior, Reasonable Rates, Call 580-693-0525. (08C) Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast postponed until this Saturday By Derrick Miller Boy Scouts Troop 4417 was originally scheduled to have its annual pancake breakfast this past Saturday, but because of the winter weather and the icy roads, the troop chose to reschedule the event. Instead, the 51st An- nual Boy Scouts Pancake Breakfast will be from 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Satur- day at First United Meth- odist Church. Unlike previous pancake breakfasts, this year’s event will be a drive-through breakfast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To make the announcement, the Boy Scout Troop took to its Facebook page. The post let people know that tickets could be applied for the following Satur- day and orders could be picked up on that day. “Due to the road conditions after the Winter Storms we have currently received, we do not want to put our Scouts or Community in any danger by trying to hold it on our originally scheduled date,” according to the Facebook post. Tickets are $7 in advance or $8 at the door. According to the event’s Facebook page, the pan- cake breakfast is a large fundraiser for Troop 4417 and its scouts. “This event is our Troop’s primary fundraiser for Troop equipment, supplies and expenses,” according to the event page. “It also helps our Scouts with Camp Scholarships.” Hope Community Church Hope Community Church begins with Sunday School Classes at 9:45 am. Morning Worship is at 10:55 am with Pam Greenwood leading music and Sheri Goodrich presenting special music. Pastor Jack Greenwood will be preaching from Daniel 5:2-4,17, 20-23 on “OUR PERVERTED/PRIDEFUL CUL- TURE”. Wednesday night, the 24TH of February, at 5:50 PM will be AWANAS and “FROG” Night (Fully Rely On God). Come on Kids, WEAR GREEN and bring your friends and enjoy Learning Bible verses, playing games and delicious refreshments. At 6:15 pm is Prayer time. Hope Church is located at the corner of Hop Road and Clear Creek Lake Road (5915 Hope Road, Marlow, OK). Call 580-255-1482 or 580-736-3460 for more inf rmation. Free wigs for cancer patients Cancer patients and those who have lost their hair due to chemo treatments are welcome to take advantage of the Free Wig Room, now reopened inside DRH Home Care, 2000 Elk Avenue in Duncan. The service is avail- able only on Wednesdays from 3 to 5 pm. For more information contact Rhonda at 580- 736-5531 or 580-255- 8132. Also, volunteers are needed to help provide this service. Contact Rhonda for more infor- mation. Kiowa Casinos conserve power The Kiowa Casinos and Hotel, temporarily shut down all their gaming machines and suspended busi- ness operations at their three casino properties and hotel to assist with local power grid overloads due to the extreme temperatures and snow. The Verden Casino and the Carnegie Casino reopened on Friday, February 19, however at press time, the property in Devol, Oklahoma remained closed due to a water shortage. The properties closed to the public on Saturday, February 13 at 11 p.m. Team members were sent home to avoid the historic winter storm that struck Oklahoma and surrounding states. All machines across its three locations — Kiowa Casino & Hotel, Kiowa Casino Carnegie, and Kiowa Casino Verden — had been powered down in an ef- fort to conserve energy for surrounding communities. “We based our decision on the safety of our com- munity. That is, and will always be, our number one priority,” Jill Peters, Kiowa Casino Operations Au- thority (KCOA) trustee said. “As a community leader, Kiowa h s a responsibility to our neighbors, guests, and team, and we will continue to take all necessary precautions to keep everyone safe.” The Verden Casino is located just west of Verden on Highway 62, the Carnegie location is on Highway 9 and the Devol location is on Highway 36. I don’t know what shocked my mailman the most. The fact that I came to the door completely na- ked, or the fact that I knew where he lived. Darrell N Leonard It’s better to keep your mouth shut and look stupid than open it and prove it. ... Seymore Folkes We all got pieces of crazy in us, some bigger pieces than others.