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Washita Valley Weekly
“My Community Magazine”
September 19, 2018
God Bless America
2210 16th Street
Owner. Tim Reynolds
Broker. Paul Powell
• $99,900 1902 S. 21st 3/2
• $245,000 609 Chad, Tuttle 3/2
• $49,900 1702 Iowa 2/1
• $123,900 969 CR 1435, 3/1
Ninn. 1.11oAc
• $49,900 1027 S. 5th 3/1
• $109,900 3201 Brookridge 2/2
• $ 52,900 2026 S. 20th 2/1
• $169,900 2120 W Grand 3/2.5
• $69,950 638 Old Hwy 81, 3/1½
Our Properties are Selling. Can We List yours???
Callie Wyatt
Carolyn Orr
Call 405-224-4298
Malissa Johnson
1702 Iowa
2/1 $49,900
2026 S. 20th
2/1 $52,900
1027 S. 5th
3/1 $49,900
• $65,000 7116 NW 10th 0.780 Ac
• $ 49,900 1804 S. 8th (5 Lots)
• $60,000 Rural, Erick, OK 40 Ac
• $425,000 92 & Hwy 62 East
• $250,000 410 W. Country Club
•$129,900 2705 Ponderosa
Office Bldg.
1,200 Sq.Ft.
• $175,000 CR 1340 50 ac
• $26,000 S. 16th 4 Ac.
• $74,500 S. 16th 11.5 Ac.
• $85,000 S. 16th 5 Ac. with workshop
• $73,400 S. 16th 3.20 Ac. with workshop
• $61,750 S. 16th 9.5 Ac.
• $50,000 S. 16th 5 Ac.
969 CR 1435 - Ninn.
3/1 $123,900
Open House
Sunday Sept 23
2 PM - 4 PM
Hostess Carolyn Orr
638 S. Old Hwy. 81 - Ninnekah
3 Bed 1 Bath
‘Something Worthwhile’ brings Women& Men together
 A special fall meeting of Something Worthwhile (SWW) will be held on
Tuesday, October. 2, at 6 p.m. in the Life Center of Epworth Church, 4th and
Iowa, Chickasha.
 The program in the past has been strictly for women but, according to
facilitators, anyone from the community is invited and men are welcome as
well to make reservations and enjoy an evening of warm Christian fellowship, a
delicious meal, beautiful music, an inspirational speaker, a chance to win door
prizes, and an opportunity to donate non-perishable food items to the local Food
 The fun, personable and energetic speaker for the evening is local resident
Tammy (Luers) Singleton who will be sharing her story of ‘Putting the Pieces
 Singleton was adopted at 12 days
of age and raised by her two loving
parents, Ray and Alice Luers. She has
an older brother, Timothy, who was
adopted five years before Tammy.   
 The Luers family left their home in
Batesville, IN and moved to Chickasha
in 1976 to help with the start up
of ‘Delta Faucet’ and remained in
Chickasha after retiring.
 Many in the community will
remember Singleton’s mother, Alice,
from her years of loving, working
and playing with the children in the
preschool program at Epworth Church. Both of her parents passed away in 2017. 
 With their blessing, she began the search for her birth parents and after 45
years, she has found them! She is excited to share her story about how God has
worked in her life! 
 The meal for the evening will be
prepared and served by Vi Bassett
and her cooking team. The meal
cost is $6.50 and is paid at the
door. Late reservations, if space
is available, may be accepted at
a cost of $7.50. Reservations are
required to attend SWW and must
be made by Fri., Sept. 28,by 3:00
 For reservations or cancellations,
call Paula Gibson at (405) 224-2879.
continued from Page 1 for more information on
helping with the event.
 More details about the
Festival, including a listing of
artisans, crafters, musicians and
performers and food trucksgo to
or the RIAF facebook page.
 The RIAF is a free multi-fac-
eted, family-friendly arts event
organized and facilitated by the
Chickasha Area Arts Council
(CAAC) every year since 2009.
The Chickasha Area Arts Coun-
cil is a local 501c3 non-profit.
Crowds gather to view arts, crafts and enjoy live music,
dance and other exhibits at the Rock Island Arts Festival
at the Historic Rock Island Depot in Chickasha.
P.O. Box 245
Chickasha, Ok 73023
Patti Abercrombie RN
Funny or Sad?
• What? In 1997 AT&T fired President John Walter after only nine months on the
job, saying he lacked “intellectual leadership.” He received a $26 million sever-
ance package. I’m thinking it wasn’t Walter who was lacking intellectual leader-
• With a Little Help From
Our Friends: Police in
Oakland, CA spent two
hours attempting to sub-
due a gunman who had
barricaded himself inside
his home. After firing ten
tear gas canisters, officers
discovered that the man
was standing beside them
in the police line, shout-
ing “Please come out and
give yourself up.”
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