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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
January 02, 2019
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New Year’s Eve dance set for
Monday
By Derrick Miller
Local band Summer Breeze is teaming up with
the Butterfield Mercantile and Ballroom LLC
to bring a dance to Duncan just in time for New
Year’s Eve.
The dance is set to begin at 8 p.m. and will last
until Midnight, which will allow guests to ring in
the new year together. The event will take place
at Butterfield Mercantile and Ballroom LLC,
which is at 805 W. Main St. in Duncan.
Appetizers, soft drinks, and breakfast costs
will be covered with the purchase of a tickets.
Tickets will be $40 per couple. Reservations can
be made by calling 580-252-2288 or 580-255-
9255.
Tickets must be purchased in advance in order
to reserve a table. Tickets can be purchased at
Butterfield Ballroom or by calling Keith and
Teresa at 580-255-9255 or 580-560-1838.
What is
6 inches
long, 2
inches wide
and drives
women
crazy?
A hundred
dollar
bill. What
were you
thinking?
DLT is ready for
Rehearsal
By Derrick Miller
Classic fairy tales will soon be turned on their
heads, when Duncan Little Theatre presents its
take on the musical version of “Shrek.”
Based on the 2001 Dreamworks film of the
same name, “Shrek” is set to kick off the 2019
season for Duncan Little Theatre. The season
also includes the “Raise the Roof” variety
show, the Teen Theatre production, the Evening
of Shorts production, the Children’s Theatre
Experience traveling show and “You Can’t
Take It with You.” Additionally, DLT will host
“Shakespeare in the Park” in June.
“Shrek” follows the story of an ogre who
sets out to save a princess at the request of Lord
Farquaad. Along the way, the titular ogre meets
various characters from different fairy tales and
butterflies are in the air.
DLT will perform “Shrek” Feb. 22 to 24, and
March 1 to 2 at the Simmons Center.
Divorce Filings
The following felony charges have been filed against
these individuals, however they are presumed innocent
until proven guilty. Information from odcr.com.
COURTHOUSE NEWS
Marriage License Applications
HUPP, BOBBY JOE, OF DUNCAN: ASSAULT WITH A DANGEROUS
WEAPON.
VOSS, MELLANY ALLEXIS, OF DUNCAN: BURGLARY IN THE FIRST
DEGREE.
PETTY, JOEL ALBERT, OF DUNCAN: DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE
UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL 2ND & SUB; ELUDING/
ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER AFCF 2 OR MORE.
HURLEY, ERIK SHEA AND BURK,
CHRISTY DAWN, BOTH OF
DUNCAN.
WENG, ZHEN LONG AND CHEN,
ZHU HUA, BOTH OF DUNCAN.
BRUNER, BRIAN ALFRED, OF
HOUSTON, TX., AND BRUNER,
GAYLA SUSAN, OF CYPRESS,
TX.
BARE, DALLAS GILBY AND
COOK, KAYLA RENEE, BOTH OF
OKLAHOMA CITY.
JARBOE, CHRISTY DENISE VS.
JARBOE, CORY JAY.
QUAID, CHARLENE SUE VS.
QUAID, RICHARD CLEO.
Whoooooooo Has News??!!
Angie Evans
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) in Duncan Oklaho-
ma is part of an international women’s organization dedicated to communi-
ty improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.
Inspired by Charles Dickens in 1868 and the rejection of women from his
honorary press dinner, Jane
Cunningham Croly began
inviting women’s clubs to
pursue the cause of federa-
tion and founded the GFWC
with 63 women’s groups in
1890.
The Duncan GFWC
OWL Club will have their
first meeting of the year
on
Thursday, January
3, 2019
at Duncan Public
Library in the Boardroom at 1pm. The OWL Club supports these amazing
organizations which make Duncan a better place to live and love everyday:
Toy Shop, Safe Center (formerly Women’s Haven), Beautiful Day, 905
Museum, Prairie House, and Stephens County Christmas Dinner. In ad-
dition, they also select a sophomore every year to participate in the Hugh
O’Brian Youth Leadership Foundation (HOBY), which is an organization
dedicated to ‘training and nurturing the young leaders of tomorrow’, and
they present a scholarship to a student at the Red River Technology Center
for the Practical Nursing program.
They have one main fundraiser every year to support their many dona-
tions to these organizations. At the Simmons Center in December, they
present beautifully decorated trees for the Christmas Tree Silent Auction.
They are looking for new members to join in Living the Volunteer Spirit.
If you are interested in joining or have questions regarding our club please
contact one of the following: Virginia LaQuey at 580-467-3976 or Karen
Davidson at 580-656-5505.
Current members will need to bring their total hours of volunteering
service and all donations made during the year to be filled out on Statistical
Forms.
The most
dangerous
animal in
the world
is a silent
smiling
woman
They say
marriages
are made
in Heaven.
But so is
thunder and
lightning.
Clint
Eastwood
Senator Paul Scott
Facebook Post
I want to let you know that my plan for SB 40 is so much more than
illegal immigrant’s prenatal healthcare. I believe that Healthcare overall in
Oklahoma needs reworked. This SB 40 is a strong way to bring attention
to a broken system. I believe there are women in Oklahoma that need
assistance. I want those women to receive the care they need.
We have turned into a “nanny” state for ALL people. We have become
an attraction to the down-&-out across the region. This accumulation is
depleting our tax dollars that are needed for our Oklahomans in need, for
education, for roads, etc. I’m working for ALL Oklahomans to put our
safety and well-being first.
Confused?
 We did not intentionally try to confuse you last week, but simply wanted to
share with you what Washita Valley Publishing has been doing all along. Some
readers were confused when they got their Chisholm Trail Community News, but
the front cover indicated it was the Washita Valley Weekly for Grady and Caddo
County’s. Then half way through the paper everything was upside down!
 Hopefully you found that you could turn the paper over to the back and turn it
around and there was the front page of the Chisholm Trail News.
 We just wanted to share what we do as we come to the end of 2018, and look
into the eyes of a brand new year.
 The Chisholm Trail Shopper, now the Chisholm Trail Community News, is into
it’s 26th year of publication in Stephens County and is delivered by US Mail to
approximately 12,000 homes each Wednesday in the 73533 zip code.
 The Washita Valley Weekly is in it’s 16th year of publication and is delivered to
approximately 15,000 homes in Grady and Caddo counties, including Chickasha,
Verden, Pocasset, Amber, Alex, Ninnekah, Rush Springs and Anadarko.
 We hope you enjoyed a glimpse into our other half and if you ever want to
advertise, just remember
“We reach more people for less money than any other
media around”
. You can bank on it.
 Thanks for a great year, thanks to our readers, our advertisers, and our great
staff of professionals that make this happen every week.
Wayne Watts, publisher/owner
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