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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
November 14, 2018
2 BEDROOM
RENT
DEPOSIT
1 BEDROOM
RENT
DEPOSIT
3 BEDROOM
RENT
DEPOSIT
704 N B, 1 bath $400 $325
2 car garage
21 N 12th, 1 bath $325 $325
Homes for Rent
Duncan Home Real Estate
580-255-1880
* Equal Housing Opportunity
1313 West Ash, Ste. 101, Duncan, OK
All lease terms are one year.
*MOvE-IN SPEcIAl
$100 Off Your First Full Month Rent*
1124 Aspen, 1 1/2 bath,
$625 $525
912 N 10th, 1 bath, $300 $325
downstairs apartment
2002 W Spruce, 1 bath
$600 $525
507 N I, 1 bath $300 $325
1219 Grand, 1 1/2 bath $650 $525
Marlow
Marlow
310 Gilkey, 2 bath, $650 $625
New! Lower Rent!
Seeking a Church Home?
invites you to attend
any of our services
Small Group of
Believers seek
Like-Minded to Join in
Worship & Praise
1009 South 9th
Corner of Park & South 9th
Duncan
John Croy, pastor
Need a Ride?
580-656-5011
Grace
Baptist Church
Store Front Office Suites for Lease on S. Hwy.81
Just remodeled store fronts on Hwy 81. Lots of daily traffic, easy
access, Lighted signs on rooftop dormers. Efficient heat pumps &
lighting. Great neighbors.
First month Rent FREE!
422 S Hwy 81
424 S Hwy 81
426 S Hwy 81
428 S Hwy 81
approx 520 SF with non ADA bathroom
approx 920 SF with ADA bathroom
approx 500 SF with ADA bathroom
approx 575 SF with non ADA Bathroom
$525/mo.
$1025/mo.
$525/mo.
$450/mo.
Living Waters Center For Well Being
Call or Text 580-475-2188
(580)
251-0523
Lynn Parr
Broker
(580)
467-3773
Dale Evans
SalesAssociate
For
Sales
Appraisals
Rentals
1402 N. Grand Duncan, OK
Assumption Catholic
Church
7th & Hickory, Duncan, OK
6th Annual November
Christmas Bazaar
Fri 16, 10am-6pm
Sat 17, 10am-7pm
Sun 18, 11am - 5 pm
Holiday & Religious crafts, Unique specialty
gifts, Culinary delights, and Food Concession
Raffle tickets: $20 ea. or 6 for $100
3 prizes worth ($2000, 1000, $500)
drawing will be held 5pm on Sunday
Winners need not be present
ROGER’S
METAL HOMES
& BUILDINGS
Free estimates
on
any size metal build-
ing or home. Over
25
years experience
.
30x40x10 8ftx8ft door
& 3 ft walk in door,
starting at $22,500
.
24x30x10 8ftx8ft door
& 3 ft walk in door,
starting $16.000.
Subject to City
Codes and ground
surface.Carport
Specials. Metal roofs
and sheet metal
fences installed.
580-512-9609.
rogersmetalbuild-
ings.com
3105 Clayton 3 bedroom,
1 ¾ bath, 2 car garage. ch/a
$750 month. 600 deposit,
1 year lease 580-255-0603
45-48p
2017 Clayton single wide
mobile home; Bought new!
18X76 = 1368 Sq. Ft. 3 bed,
2 baths. Everything is NEW!
Must be moved!! $55,000 or
best offer. Call Gary for de-
tails & directions. 405 702-
3037
44-47p
Land For Sale North End
of Millrun Dr. Plato School
District, 89 feet north/
south by 145 feet east/west,
$25,000.
580-475-4134
45p
3 Bedroom 1 1/2 Bath,
Brick, CHA, nice, $600 rent
$600 deposit, No smoking
No pets, (Meridian Heights)
580-439-6006 45-48p
For Sale Country Club
Condo Duncan OK 1 bed-
room, new carpet & tile,
washer & dryer, gas range,
dishwasher,
refrigerator.
606-2538 45-48p
The Greens Apartment
Now leasing 1 & 2 bedrooms
Call for more info 252-0592
421 South 27th Duncan. 42-
52C
 Area students have an opportunity to win money
for entering an essay contest sponsored by the DAR.
 The DAR American History Essay contest closes
on December 1, 2018. Home schooled and public
school students who are interested in entering the
contest and have not received a copy of American
History Essay themes and instructions from your
school or teacher can contact Pamela Greenwood at
580-255-1482 or
for information to
enter this contest.
 State winners receive a check. The Duncan Chap-
ter has had State winners every year. The themes are
as follows:
 Grades 5 thru 8---“The Women’s Suffrage Cam-
paign”
 Grades 9 thru 12— “Comparing Ship Technol-
ogy: The Ships Columbus Used versus the Ships of
Today”.
DAR Essay Contest for students Duncan Middle School honors veterans
By Derrick Miller
 A series of veterans talked about what the American flag means to them and why people are willing to lay
their lives down to defend the flag.
 Sure the red and white stripes represent the original 13 colonies and the 50 stars represent the 5 states, but
for those veterans, the flag means so much more. And Friday, they talked to Duncan Middle School students
about Veterans Day and the flag during an assembly at Duncan Middle School.
 “It is the symbol of our freedom,” Scott King, one of the veterans, said. “A lot of people have fought and
died for it.”
 With Sunday being Veterans Day, the middle school recognized the annual remembrance day to bring focus
on the men and women who have fought for the American people and the American way of life. King said the
flag represents the freedoms that have been secured by those who have fought for them and those who have
died for them.
 King said the flag should be respected and taken care of by all American citizens.
 “It’s a very important piece of material,” he said.
 In addition to the veterans who spoke during the program, some of the middle school students also had an
opportunity to make presentations. Among them was eighth-grader Tag Ensey, who talked about his family’s
lineage, especially that of his grandfather. Ensey is the president of National Junior Honor Society at Duncan
Middle School.
 He said his grandfa-
ther’s actions have had a
lasting impact on his life
and continue to inspire
him in everything he
does.
 “To me, this day has
great meaning,” Ensey
said about Veterans Day.
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