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Washita Valley Weekly  
Page 7
August 15, 2018
We Believe in Oklahoma
Jobs - Careers - Employment Opportunities
Come Join the Glenhaven Family
Now Taking Applications
Immediate Job Placement Opportunities
LPN’s
3:00 pm to 11:00 pm Mon- Fri
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
Kitchen Food Service Supervisor
Kitchen Dietary Aides
Glenhaven offers Excellent Benefits including
BC/BS Insurance, Vacation, Holiday,
Longevity and Sick Pay.
Apply in Person
“We Look Forward to Meeting You”
Glenhaven Retirement Village
Skilled Nursing Facility
Glenhaven Assisted Living Center
3003 Iowa - Chickasha, OK
5 Star
Rating
Caring
from the
Heart
Certified Activity Director
CNA’s
Weekend Doubles 6:30am to 10:30 pm
LPN Case Manager Nurse
7:00 am to 3:00 pm
Apply in person or
contact Tammy at
405-224-1717
for the following
positions:
CNA’s - All Shifts
CMA’s - All Shifts
PRN’s - All Shifts
Benefits include:
BCBS Health Insurance, Dental &
Vision, Sick Leave,
Vacation, Holiday and
Longevity Pay.
Glenhaven Assisted
Living Center
404 S. 29th
Chickasha
Now hiring diesel mechanics
and class A CDL drivers with tanker
endorsements. Competitive pay,
vacation and benefits available. Ap-
ply in person at Advantage Oilfield
Services. 14272 E CR 1558 Lindsay,
OK 73052
The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
is seeking applicants for the position of
Transportation Equipment Operator I
on the HE Bailey Turnpike at the Chickasha and
Fletcher Maintenance facilities. Applicants must
possess or obtain a class A CDL within five months
of appointment. They must pass a drug and physical
test. Starting monthly salary is $2333.33 + $55.00
on call pay.
Call (405) 224-4964 Monday through
Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
for more information.
Bill’s
Auto & Diesel
Service
Seeking
Experienced
Mechanic with
Tools
405-222-0469
Special Selection of Cooper Tires
Prices as Low as $50 on Select
New Tires. Check with Us on
Correct Size for Your Vehicle.
Limited to Stock on Hand
WE RE PA I R BRAK E S !
Oil Changes & Other Repair
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TAKE CHARGE!
Sales Person Wanted
Take the lead and sell one of our projects.
Easy Work
Good Rate
Unlimited Possibilites
Consider Part Time
Flexible Schedule Possible
Good Opportunity for College Student
Marketing / Journalism / PR
Can You Talk to Business Owners?
Apply at Washita Valley Weekly
920 S 4th - Chickasha
COURTHOUSE NEWS
The following felony charges have been filed against
these individuals, however they are presumed innocent
until proven guilty. Information from
.
Grady
HUGHES, RICKY DON, of chickasha: DUI (MUNICIPAL FELONY);
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN SECURITY VERIFICATION (TRAFFIC).
TRAYLOR, JOLUVINE, of checotah: POSS. OF PRECURSOR
SUBSTANCES WITH INTENT TO MANUFACTURE CDS -METH
(FELONY); BURGLARY SECOND DEGREE (FELONY); OBSTRUCTING
AN OFFICER (MISD).
OSTROM, JASON ROBERT, of checotah: BURGLARY SECOND
DEGREE (FELONY); LARCENY OF AUTOMOBILE (FELONY); ESCAPE
FROM ARREST OR DETENTION (FELONY); POSS. OF PRECURSOR
SUBSTANCES WITH INTENT TO Manufacture CDS -METH.
(FELONY); ELUDING/ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE POLICE (MISD).
EUWINS, ISIAH LAMON-ROBERT, of chickasha: TRAFFICKING IN
ILLEGAL DRUGS (FELONY).
Caddo
JIMENEZ, LOUIS FERNANDO JR, of chino, ca: AGGRAVATED
TRAFFICKING IN ILLEGAL DRUGS.
CLAYTON, KEVIN RAYMOND, of anadarko: SHOOTING WITH
INTENT TO KILL; POSS. FIREARM DURING COMMISSION OF A
FELONy.
REID, TIMOTHY RYAN COLE, of mustang: LARCENY OF AN
AUTOMOBILE; KNOWINGLY CONCEALING STOLEN PROPERTY.
Marriage License
Applications
Grady
MCLAMB, HAROLD DALE and
MCLAMB, MARAN MELISSA,
both of tuttle.
COOMES, PATRICK A. and
SECREST, MARY NICOLE
DRENNAN, both of
poseyville, in.
MINCEY, CODY VAN and
APPLEWHITE, SAVANNAH
KATHERINE, both of tuttle.
MITCHELL, STEVEN LEWIS and
LEARD, LISA MARIE, both of
chickasha.
HOLLEY, RICKY DWAYNE and
MARKER, CANDICE OPAL, both
of chickasha.
RAY, DAVID LEE and ALLISON,
DEBORAH ALTHEA, both of
alex.
EISENHOUR, JAMES DAVID and
SNIDER, BETTY ANN, both of
minco.
Caddo
none filed.
Divorce Filings
Grady
JOHNSON, MARK vs.
JOHNSON, JENNIFER.
CARDENAS, DEBRA vs.
CARDENAS, JOSEPH JAMES.
STEWART, CANDACE ANNETTE
vs. STEWART, DANNY LEE.
DUREE, OLIVER REED vs.
DUREE, ROBERTA LAVERNE.
FOSTER, KEVIN RAY vs.
FOSTER, CHRISTA.
KENRICK, TANYA MARIE vs.
KENRICK, LOWELL PASCAL.
MOOMAW, JOSHUA PAUL vs.
MOOMAW, APRIL G.
Caddo
none filed.
AUTO TECH
Accepting Applications
for Entry Level Auto
Tech. Duties include oil
changes, other mechan-
ical duties, clean up,
other duties as needed.
Apply in Person
Todd’s Muffler & Auto
827 South 3rd
Chickasha
10 Millionth Ford Mustang
Ford is celebrating a momentous occasion – the production of its 10-millionth
iconic pony car, the Ford Mustang.
 The milestone
making model – a
2019 Wimbledon
White GT V8 Ford
Mustang convert-
ible built at Ford’s
Flat Rock Assem-
bly Plant in Michi-
gan. The first Mus-
tang produced in
1964 was the same
color and model.
 “Mustang is the heart and soul of this company,” said Jim Farley, president of
global markets, Ford Motor Company. “I bought my first car—a black ’66 Mus-
tang Coupe—at an engine re-manufacturing shop where I worked in California. I
then thought it would be a good idea to drive it back to Michigan to my family’s
vacation home . . . without a driver’s license at age 14. Mustang stirs that kind
of passion more than a half-century after its introduction – for millions of people
around the world.”
 Based on Ford analysis of 1966-2018 total U.S. new vehicle cumulative regis-
trations for all sports car segments supplied by IHS Markit, the Ford Mustang is
America’s best-selling sports car over the last 50 years (IHS Markit registration
data only goes back to 1966). This includes Mustang and Mustang II.
 In 1964, 22,000 Mustang orders were placed the first day, with 419,000 cars
sold the first year.
 For 2019, the iconic Mustang BULLITT returns with an exclusive 480-horse-
power 5.0-liter V8 engine. Technology and equipment upgrades include rev-
matching downshifts for the 6-speed Mustang GT. The EcoBoost gets an optional
quad-tip fully active exhaust. A custom-tuned 1,000-watt B&O PLAY high-per-
formance sound system is also new.
 The Mustang Shelby GT350 will now come
equipped custom-engineered Michelin Pilot Sport Cup
2 tires, plus recalibrated ABS and MagneRide suspen-
sion for improved traction and lateral acceleration.
Other highlights include new interior appointments
and optional factory-painted stripes. An available
tech package includes all-new custom-tuned, high-
performance 12-speaker sound from B&O PLAY, plus
heated mirrors with Blind Spot Information System
and Cobra puddle lamps.
The first Mustang ever produced sits next to the 10 Millionth Mustang
produced, both white convertibles. Photo courtesy Ford Motor Co.
Deadline to Request Absentee Ballots Nears
 Only a short time remains for registered voters to
apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the
August 28, Runoff Primary Election, according to
County Election Board Secretaries.
 .Applications for absentee ballots must be received
by the County Election Board no later than 5 p.m.
Wednesday, August 22, to be processed in time for
the election. Absentee voters may apply in person at
the County Election Board office or may send their
applications by mail, fax, or e-mail. An online version
of the form may be filled out and submitted electroni-
cally at
.
 Any registered voter eligible to vote in the election
may vote by absentee ballot without stating a reason,
however absentee voters can activate certain special
conditions in the following circumstances:
 • Registered voters who are physically incapaci-
tated and voters who care for physically incapacitated
persons who cannot be left unattended may apply for
absentee ballots only by mail, fax, e-mail, online or
via an agent who is at least 16 years of age and who
is not employed by or related within the third degree
of consanguinity or affinity to any person whose
name appears on the ballot.
 • Registered voters who are confined to nursing
homes in the county may apply by mail, by fax, by e-
mail, online or via an agent who is at least 16 years of
age and who is not employed by or related within the
third degree of consanguinity or affinity to any person
whose name appears on the ballot.
 • Military personnel, residents of Caddo County
living overseas, and the spouses and dependents of
each group may apply only by mail, by fax, or by
e-mail.
 For more information and instructions, military and
overseas voters may visit the Federal Voting Assis-
tance Program website:
.  
 For more information on absentee voting, contact
the County Election Board in the county where you
are registered to vote. Additional election-related
information is available at
To My Brothers:
 Be the kind of man that,
when your feet hit the floor
each morning, the devil
says “Oh crap, he’s up!”
 Life is too short to wake
up with regrets. So love the
people who treat you right.
Forgive the ones who don’t,
just because you can.
 Believe everything hap-
pens for a reason. If you
get a second chance, grab
it with both hands. If it
changes your life, let it.
 Take a few minutes
to think before you act
when you’re mad. Forgive
quickly. God never said
life would be easy, He just
promised it would be worth
it.
 A real Brother walks
with you when the rest of
the world walks on you.
 Everyday is Brothers’
day; send this to all your
brothers, fathers, sons.
Is it just me or are
the first 5 days af-
ter the weekend
the hardest!
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