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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
March 20, 2019
For more
than
a
century, Yanmar
has
been
building
a
legacy
with
exceptionally
reliable
and
fuel-efficient
compact
diesel
engines. We
continue
this
legacy with
a
full
lineup
of
tractors
and
implements
designed
to
handle
any
job
on
any
size
property There
is
a Yanmar
just
right
for
you!
We
invite
you
to
stop
by
our
dealership
today
to
see
the
all
new YT and SA Series
tractors
from Yanmar.
Yanmartractor.com
3555 N. Hwy
81
Duncan, Ok.
73533
1-800-634-2895
Between Walmart
and Arby’s
Model YT359
With
loader
58.9 Engine HP.
Available with
or without
cab.
Model YT235
With
loader
34.2 Engine HP.
Available with or without
cab.
SA Series Tractors
21
and
24 HP.
Loaders, box blades
brush hogs,
finish
mowers, backhoes
and
attachments
available
for
all
sized
tractors.
Come
see
our great
lineup
of UTV’s.
3
and
6
seaters, gas
and
diesel
versions with
great
financing
options!!
Great
financing
rates
as
low as
0%
available
!
1745 W. Legacy Dr. Duncan, Ok. • 580-255-4141 •
BehindTaco Bell on Hwy 81 • email:
Legacy Senior Residences
is offering storage/garages to
the pubic for
$80.00 a month
.
10x20 units, equipped with
outlets and lighting,
24 hour access.
Please contact the office if
interested
580-255-4141
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*
Beautiful 2 Bedroom 1 Bath
House for Rent.
611 North 17th St. Duncan
Rent is Only $475
Deposit is Only $325
Commercial & Residential
Serving the Duncan area for
more than 50 years
580-467-8950
580-470-8518
580-467-8951
7369 Nickle Rd. Duncan
(580)
251-0523
Lynn Parr
Broker
(580)
467-3773
Dale Evans
SalesAssociate
For
Sales
Appraisals
Rentals
1402 N. Grand Duncan, OK
Stephens County Democrats
County Convention
 Stephens County Democrats will hold their
county convention Saturday, April 6, at 10 a.m.
in the Winchester Room at the Stephens County
Fairgrounds.
 The plan to hold joint precinct and county
conventions on March 14 was overruled by the
state party.
 Prior to election of county officers for the com-
ing two years, committee chairs will report on the
outcome of committee meetings. Those report-
ing will be Rules, Charles Murdock; Credentials,
Beverly Merchant; Resolutions, Judy Hawkins,
and Nominating, Jack Hawkins.
 The convention will also elect delegates to the
party’s district and state conventions.
For Rent Apartment
upstairs
(in alley) 808 1/2 Beech $320.
rent 320. deposit 656-6710
12p
For Sale or Rent Log
House
Country setting, lots of trees, 2
Bedroom, 1 & 3/4 baths, large
loft. open living area, double
garage with shop. 656-5011
11-13nc
3 Bedroom Brick, CHA,
nice
country location, no smok-
ing, $600. month $600 de-
posit. 252-3200 leave message
09-13p
For Sale: 160 (
mol)
Acres
$2100. Per Acre, 4 miles west
& 3 miles north from blinking
light at Rush Springs.
Jim Al-
len
Real Estate 580-656-3769
10-13C
2017 Clayton Single Wide
Mobile Home. Brought new!
18x76=1368 sq.ft. 3bed, 2bath,
Everything is New! Must be
moved!! $55,000 or best offer.
Call Gary for details & direc-
tions. 405-702-3037 09-17p
Cash Offer For Land And
Houses in Stephens County,
Bill Speegle, Broker. 255-9060
10-13C
The Greens Apartments,
now leasing 1 and 2 bed-
rooms. Call for more in-
formation, 252-0592. 421
South 27th, Duncan. 10-17C
Classifieds Work Hard
for Pennies a Day!
Call 255-2428 Today!
FSBO’s and RENTALS
Friday Night Car Cruises on Main Street
‘Cruising Downtown Duncan’
 On March 22nd, the Main
Street Duncan organization
will begin the Friday Night Car
Cruises in downtown Duncan,
after the Duncan Swap Meet,
from 5-10 PM.
 The Main Street organization
in Duncan, Oklahoma hosts car
cruises throughout the year to be
able to assist the downtown business owners through programs such as Team Up
to Clean Up, the signage grant, and others. The first cruise is always in March in
conjunction with Stephens County’s largest swap meet –The Duncan Swap Meet.
Event directors from Main Street Duncan, Inc. and the Duncan Swap Meet coor-
dinate on this event since both appeals to so many car enthusiasts in one location
at one time. According to the Main Street Duncan office, over 200 participants at-
tended the March car cruise in 2018, mostly due to the Duncan Swap Meet’s long
running and widely known meet.
 “Hosting this event in conjunction with the swap meet has been a smart move
for Main Street,” said Duncan Swap Meet Coordinator, Kevin Hammack, “it’s
been a win, win.”
 The Main Street Duncan merchants will keep the stores open late, offering
specials, and some will have door prizes. The Palace Theater will show a movie;
Boomarang will offer an all-you-can-eat catfish basket special till 9 PM. A vari-
ety of food trucks will be on-site for something for everyone to enjoy. Both Wall
Street and the Company Men bar and lounge will offer specials after the cruise has
concluded. Additionally, some of the Main Street merchants will offer sidewalk
sales and offer in-store specials for those shopping.
 “Car enthusiasts and admirers enjoy the cruises downtown,” said Main Street
Duncan Promotion Chairperson, Kristen Arrington “and the variety of cars, trucks,
and motorcycles is quite a display.”
 To register for the car cruise, please bring proof of liability insurance and a valid
driver’s license the northwest parking lot of 10th and Main Street. Registration is
$10 per vehicle. Only street legal and registered vehicles will be allowed to cruise.
No burnouts will be offered at this cruise. The March cruise route runs from 7th
Street to 10th Street on Main and Walnut. Designated car club parking is available
upon request by calling the Main Street Duncan office at 580.252.8696.
Duncan baseball opens with victory
By Derrick Miller
 The season openers for varsity and junior varsity
baseball teams for the Duncan Hi9gh School ended with
wins for both.
 The varsity team tamed Moore Lions with a close
game of 5 to 4 Friday. However, that wasn’t the only close
game that day. The junior varsity team also won its first
game by one point, defeating Wynnewood 9 to 8 in the
Central High Tournament.
 Duncan High School’s baseball players started work-
ing in the weight rooms in December to get ready for their
three month season, which runs through May.
 On Sunday morning, with the Duncan Demons hot off
their first wins of the season, the baseball players loaded
into a DHS activity bus and headed to Corpus Christi. The trip comes at the start
of the Duncan Public Schools Spring Break.
Yee-Ouch!!
Wife: “I have a bag
full of clothes I would
like to donate”.
Husband: “Why don’t
you just throw them
away, it’s much easier.”
Wife: “But there are
poor starving people
out there who could re-
ally use these clothes.”
Husband: “Honey,
anyone who fits into
your clothes is not
starving.”
Services pending.
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