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Washita Valley Weekly  
Page 7
December 12, 2018
We Believe in Oklahoma
Jobs - Careers - Employment Opportunities
NOW HIRING
• Diesel Mechanics
• Work Over Rig Hands
• Class A CDL drivers
with tanker endorsements.
Competitive pay, vacation
and benefits available.
Apply in person at
Advantage Oilfield Services
14272 E CR 1558
Lindsay, OK 73052
Paid part time
youth leader
(individual or couple)
needed for
Lakeside Baptist Church
in Bray. 10-15 Hours
Weekly. Please send
resume’ to:
4910 Clear
Creek Lake Rd. Marlow,
OK 73055
. Call
580-255-1256
for
more information.
COURTHOUSE NEWS
The following felony charges have been filed against
these individuals, however they are presumed innocent
until proven guilty. Information from
.
GRADY COUNTY
BUCHANAN, JERRY LYNN, OF BLANCHARD: ASSAULT & BATTERY
WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON (FELONY).
CLANTON, DEONNA RENEA, OF LAWTON: CHILD ABUSE BY INJURY
(FELONY).
PUGH, SHAWN EDWIN, of LAWTON: MANSLAUGHTER-1ST DEGREE
(FELONY).
GLASS, HEATHER JOHNELLE, OF CHICKASHA: DUI (MUN. FELONY);
TOC - TITLE 21 SEC 1220 BEER (MISD).
BALTHROPE, WILLIAM CARL, OF CHICKASHA: DOMESTIC ABUSE -
ASSAULT & BATTERY (FELONY).
MUNCRIEF, SCOTT C. PRESTON, OF CHICKASHA: DUI (MUN FELONY)
WOOD, CLINTON ARLTON, OF CHICKASHA: FELONIOUSLY POINTING
FIREARM (FELONY).
NEFF, JUSTIN JEROME, OF CHICKASHA: POSS. OF FIREARM AFTER
FORMER CONVICTION. (FELONY)
CADDO COUNTY
VAIL, NATASHA ROSE, OF APACHE: BRINGING CONTRABAND
(WEAPONS/EXPLOSIVES/DRUGS/INTOXICATION BEV) INTO JAIL
(FELONY)
NIMSEY, ERICK LEE, OF CARNEGIE: ASSAULT AND BATTERY UPON
POLICE OFFICER (FELONY).
SIMON, SEAN MICHAEL, OF HYDRO: DOMESTIC ABUSE--ASSAULT &
BATTERY (FELONY).
COOK, DEE NEAL, NO ADDRESS GIVEN: POSS. OF A FIREARM AFTER
CONVICTION/AFCF; POSS. OF FIREARM AFTER CONVICTION OF A
FELONY; FELONIOUSLY POINTING FIREARM.
ORANGE, SHANTRELL DEWAYNE, OF ANADARKO: DOMESTIC
ASSAULT AND BATTERY BY STRANGULATION; RESISTING OFFICER.
Marriage License
Applications
GRADY COUNTY
FLEMING, ROBERT LOGAN AND
MCCANDLESS, PATTY ANN,
BOTH OF CYRIL.
CHESTER, RYAN MICHAEL AND
KIMBRO, SHAYLEE RAENAY,
BOTH OF MINCO.
CADDO COUNTY
NABORS, JIMMIE LEE, OF
BINGER, AND TAYLOR, VIRGINIA
MARIE, OF LOOKEBA.
WILLIAMS, JEROMY WYATT AND
PINKSTON, HAILEY TIAN, BOTH
OF APACHE.
COLE, JERRY EDWARD BOOKER
AND GEIKAUNMAH, CATRINA
MAE, BOTH OF ANADARKO.
Divorce Filings
GRADY COUNTY
NORRIS, LEA ANN VS.
NORRIS, KRISTOPHER ALLEN.
YOUNG, NYESHA JANEY VS.
YOUNG, DESHAWN JAMAINE.
TABER, DERRICK BLAKE VS.
TABER, AMY JOANN.
MARTIN, CHRISTY DAWN VS.
MARTIN, DANIEL JACKSON.
CADDO COUNTY
JACKSON, ROBERT LEE VS.
JACKSON, ANN RENEE.
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CHICKASHA
410 Grand Ave.
or
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Glenhaven Retirement Village is taking
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LPN’s
3:00 pm to 11:00 pm
LPN’s
Weekend Doubles 6:30am to 10:30 pm
CNA’s
3:00 pm to 11:00 pm or 11:00 pm to 7:00 am
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BC/BS Insurance, Vacation, Holiday,
Longevity and Sick Pay.
Apply in Person
“We Look Forward to Meeting You”
Glenhaven Retirement Village
Skilled Nursing Facility
3003 Iowa - Chickasha - 405-224-0909
Glenhaven Assisted Living Center is now taking
Applications for
CNA’s
Apply in person
Laundry Person
CNA’s
Weekend Doubles 6:30am to 10:30 pm
Glenhaven Assisted Living Center
404 S. 29th - Chickasha - 405-224-1717
Weekend Doubles
We are Looking ... How about You?
Are You Tired of the Daily Grind?
Same ol’ thing - Day in & Day out?
one RIGHT peRson to join our team as an ACCoUnT RepResenTATIVe to assist our speCIAL CLIenTs with their
ADVeRTIsInG. Are you a little creative, goal oriented, self motivated, would enjoy flexible hours? Be involved,
meet interesting and successful people. Come work with us, not for us.
Call Wayne@ 405-320-1539 to learn more.
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o r
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Triple Cross Studio
Gospel Recording Studio
Now Booking Album
Projects for January ‘19
Chickasha, Oklahoma
Album Projects begin
at $500. Call us today
to Book Your Time or
Discuss Your Project
Professional Sound ...
Professional Mix ...
“Let Your Creation
be Heard”
405-320-0055
CHS Drumline presents “Grinched”at
CMS Auditorium
 Chickasha High School Drumline will present
“Grinched” at the Chickasha Middle School Audito-
rium, 1000 S. 9th Street, on Thurs., Dec. 20 and Fri.,
Dec. 21. Both shows start at 7 p.m.
 Come see members of the Chickasha High School
Drumline perform their production of “Grinched”
based on the 1957 Dr. Seuss classic, “How The
Grinch Stole Christmas!”. “Grinched” is directed and
produced by Percussion Director Desmond Taylor.
 Admission is free and free pictures with Santa will
be available.
 The Chickasha Area Arts Council (CAAC) is
excited to announce that its new consignment Gift
Store, located in the CAAC at 1301 S. 7 Street, will
be open on Saturday, December 15 from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m.
 The CAAC invites artists, authors, crafters and
others who have unique and special items to sell and
CAAC Consignment Gift Store Open
those who are interested in becoming a CAAC Gift
Store vendor, to contact Sue at chickashaarts@gmail.
com, or call (405) 905-2350 or (405) 274-7547.
 A current CAAC membership is required to be-
come a CAAC Gift Store Vendor. Memberships for
2019 are now being accepted and forms may be ob-
tained at 1301 S. 7th Street or by contacting CAAC.
“Eighty percent of success
is showing up.”
– Woody Allen
If you have a penny and I have a penny and we ex-
change pennies, you still have one cent and I still have
one cent. But if you have an idea and I have an idea
and we exchange ideas, you now have two ideas and I
now have two ideas.
Just Two People
Did you see the big news?
Scientists recently com-
pleted a massive study of
genetic “bar codes” and
were shocked to discov-
er that all human beings
are descended from two
people. They could have
saved time and money by
just reading Chapter 1 of
Genesis.
Interesting
but
useless fact: India
has a Bill of Rights
for cows.
Dogfucious Says:
Don’t trust atoms, they make up everything.
Thanks for explaining the word ‘many’ to me, it
means a lot.
I just found out I’m colorblind. The diagnosis came
completely out of the purple.
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