Washita Valley Weekly - page 7

Washita Valley Weekly  
Page 7
August 7, 2019
We Believe in Oklahoma
COURTHOUSE NEWS
The following felony charges have been filed against
these individuals, however they are presumed innocent
until proven guilty. Information from
Marriage License
Applications
Divorce Filings
Steve LaForge
Investing in Chickasha’s future!
Serving Agriculture Throughout the Area
P.O. Box 432
22 East Railroad
Minco, OK 73059
(405) 352-0880
Fax (405) 352-0811
Bagged and
Bulk Fertilizer
Purchasers of Corn, Milo, Barley, Soybeans, Wheat
Minco Elevator & Supply
Serving Agricult e
t the Area
P.O. Box 432
22 East Railroad
Minco, OK 73059
(405) 352-0880
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Bagged and
Bulk Fertilizer
Purchasers of Corn, Milo, Barley, Soybeans, Wheat
inco Elevator Supply
Buzz on in to
the Honey
Festival
410West Choctaw
Downtown Chickasha
405-224-2222
BEH I ND EVERY PR
416 Choctaw - C
405-224-
See Mary Lou for
information on Ross’s
Bridal Registry
Amanda Bewley & Ryan Ersland
October 26, 2019
Free
Delivery!
Free
Gift Wrap!
See the Latest Arrivals
and Additions to the Gift
Shop at Ross’s.
CADDO COUNTY
07/26/2019
MUNOZ, ARTURO: 1. Distribution of cds-including possession with
intent to dis; 2. Falsely personate another to create liability; 3.
Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
07/27/2019
PALMER, PATRICK VINCENT: Lewd molestation
07/30/2019
SALDIVAR, DAKOTA LEE: 1. ASSAULT AND BATTERY WITH A DANGER-
OUS WEAPON; 2. CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR
07/31/2019
GRAGG, NEVA J: CULTIVATION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, FEL-
ONY
GRADY COUNTY
07/24/2019
HICKMAN, STEVEN LANE: Knowingly concealing stolen property
(felony)
07/26/2019
SWANSON, JAMES BRANNON: Poss. Of stolen copper (felony)
LONEWOLF, JESSE KNOWLES: Obtaining cash or mdse. By false pre-
tense (felony)
07/29/2019
GRIFFEY, THOMAS WILLIAM: 1. THROWING AN OBJECT FROM A MOV-
ING VEHICLE (FELONY); 2. OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICER (MISDEMEAN-
OR); 3. PUBLIC INTOXICATION (MISDEMEANOR)
07/30/2019
BASS, KERRY LYNN: FAILURE TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER (FEL-
ONY)
07/31/2019
HUNTER, TIFFINY FAYE: POSS. OF STOLEN VEHICLE (FELONY)
KNIGHT, JUSTIN CHANCE: ENDANGERING OTHERS WHILE ATTEMPT-
ING TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER (FEL)
MERINO, CHRISTOPHER SCOTT SR.: CHILD ABUSE (FELONY)
CADDO COUNTY
JEFFCOAT, VANESSA RENEE vs.
JEFFCOAT, DONALD PAUL
GRADY COUNTY
BACK, SHERRY LYNN vs. BACK,
WILLIAM KEVIN
BOATMAN, MEGAN vs. BOAT-
MAN, MICHAEL
GUERRERO, BENITA RAYE vs.
POINTER, JAMES
HAILE, VICKY JEAN vs. HAILE,
DONNIE CURT JR
CHARQUENO, LAURA LARA vs.
MENDOZA, JESUS NAJARA
JENNINGS, JASON LYLE vs. JEN-
NINGS, HEATHER RENEE
PEREZ, OLGA D. vs. PEREZ, RO-
GELIO H. SR
ROBISON, AMANDA NICOLE vs.
ROBISON, DAVID DENTON
Caddo County
BUTLER, CHASE ALLEN and
DAUGHERTY, SHELBI GRACE
Grady County
BLACK, CORY AARON and
WHITE, JENNIFER MELISSA
WHATLEY, DOUGLAS WADE and
PITTMAN, LAUREN RACHELLE
RATLIFF, JAMES W. II and STE-
VENS, TERESA LYNN
CROWDER, CALEB WAYNE and
DUKE, KARISSA PAIGE
SELLERS, DAKOTA SCOTT and
PAUL, STEPHANIE MICHELLE
JOHNSTON, MARTIN K. and AB-
SHIER, REBEKAH ANN
ALL AMERICAN
HOME CENTER
More Than a Flooring Store
Stop by and check out Larson’s
New Storm door. It has a hid-
den door closure! New color
and new door hardware design
too. Come see it at All Ameri-
can Home Center!
1227 S. 4th • Chickasha
405-224-0108
Bloom Beauty Market Hosts Ribbon
Cutting & Open House
 The Chickasha Chamber of Commerce welcomed
their newest member, Bloom Beauty Market, on
Thursday, July 25, at a ribbon cutting and open house.
 Bloom Beauty Market owner and operator Toni
Ludwell had been renting space in both Chickasha
and Oklahoma City for Bloom Beauty Ink Permanent
Cosmetic Artistry. Encouraged by all the support she
received in her hometown of Chickasha, Ludwell
decided it was time to open her own shop.
 “I have been in the Chickasha community for
over 10 years and love it here,” said Ludwell. “I am
thrilled to be able to open Bloom Beauty Market and
provide the beauty options our town wanted. Now,
people can stay here in Chickasha instead of driving
to Oklahoma City.”
 Ludwell offers services including permanent
brows, eyeliner, lips and scalp micropigmentation.
She is currently on the
lookout for others in the
beauty industry to help
her expand her vision.
Her goal is to make it a
one stop shop for wax-
ing, Botox, extensions,
volume lashes, and more,
in addition to the services
she offers.
 Bloom Beauty Market
is located at 1000 W.
Choctaw Ave, Suite #9,
and is currently open by
appointment only. For
more information or to
book an appointment,
visit
tyink.com or contact
Ludwell at (405) 318-
7396.
Northern District Fair
 The Northern District Fair will be held at Amber-
Pocasset Public Schools on August 16 - 17 at Amber.
 Open division and 4-H entries must be entered
from 8-10 am on Friday August 16, crops by 10 am.
Those entries will be at teh Ag Building.
 Swine wieghts should be turned in by 8 pm on
Friday, and all other livestock should be entered by 9
am on Saturday.
 Cakes can be entered from 10 am to 1 pm on Sat-
urday.
 Open division will be judged at 11am on Friday.
Crops judged at 1 pm.
 Fair Princess interviews will be held 5 pm on
Friday, and th Jr. Horse Show will be at 6:30 pm at
Janssen Arena.
 Princess Talent Show is set for 7 pm Friday as
well.
 Livestock will be shown beginning at 9 am on
Saturday morning.
 Pet Show and Turtle Races will begin at 1 pm on
Saturday followed byCorn Hole Tournament.
 Cake Judging will be at2 pm with the auction at
7:30, followed by the Crowning of the Fair Princess.
First Day of School
August 5 - Cement, August 6 - Verden
August 7 - Cyril - Gracemont - Sterling
August 8 - Anadarko - Newcastle - Washington
August 15 - Chickasha -Alex - Amber-Poscasset -
Blanchard - Lindsay - Friend - Minco - Ninnekah
August 16 - Rush Springs - Tuttle
“We should not let our
fears hold us back from
pursuing our hopes.” -
John F Kennedy
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