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Page 9 We Believe in Oklahoma WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM Chisholm Trail Community News November 23, 2022 Publisher/Owner........................................................................... Wayne Watts 405-320-1539 Sales Representative / Office Manager ........................................ Mettie Croy 580-656-5011 Sales Representative .................................................................. Jamie Battiest 580-736-4862 Salez Representative .................................................................... Dale Evans 580-467-3773 Sales Representative ...................................................................Gordon Wade 580-475-1358 Graphic Design........................................................................ Deneva Chaney 405-224-7467 Business Manager ........................................................................ Kathy Black 405-224-7467 580-255-2428 • 3456 North Hwy. 81 • Duncan, OK 73533 The Chisholm Trail Community News was established January 1, 1994 as the Chisholm Trail Shopper and renamed on November 1, 2016. The Shopper will never intentionally print any erroneous reflection upon character, standing or reputation of any individual or firm. The Shopper reserves the right to refuse any or all material submitted for publication which seems detrimental to the paper or the communities we serve. The publication is not responsible for copy errors, typographical errors, or any unintentional error that may occur in advertising other than to correct it in the next issue after it is brought to the attention of the Chisholm Trail Shopper. The first insertion of all types of advertising is proof of publication, and all adjustments will be made to the first appearance only. CLASSIFIED AD FORM DEADLINE: Tuesday 10am PLACE YOUR AD: Personal CLASSIFIEDS $5.00 - 15 words 15 per word for each additional word NOTE: Breeding animals is automatically categorized as Commercial FREE CLASSIFIED ADS The following scenarios ONLY, qualify as Free and must be limited to 15 words or less. If ad exceeds 15 words, Personal ad rates apply: • Mail or Bring in: 1898 North Hwy. 81, Duncan • Call: 580-255-2428 • Fax: 580-255-2636 • Email: email@chishol mtrailshopper.com • Individual Garage/Yard Sales (residential address) • Items to be given away • Lost & Found • Want to buy (non-commercial) • Item(s) selling under $100 on a “one time” basis One Free Classified Per Customer Per Week Commercial/Real Estate $6.00 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word Front Page $12.50 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Check or Money Order MUST Accompany Order if mailed in. We gladly accept all major credit cards. CLASSIFIED (Word Ads) Pe sonal Classifieds: $6.00 for up to 20 words 30¢ per additional word Business/Commercial/Real Estate $8.00 for up to 20 words 40¢ per additional word Premier Business Column $12.50 for up to 20 words 50¢ per additional word Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized as Business/Commercial i l@Ch i sh o lmt r a i l news . c m 3pm CLASSIFIED AD FORM DEADLINE: Tuesday 10am PLACE YOUR AD: Personal CLASSIFIEDS $5.00 - 15 words 15 per word for each additional word NOTE: Breeding animals is automatically categorized as Commercial FREE CLASSIFIED ADS The following scenarios ONLY, qualify as Free and must b e limited to 15 words or less. If ad e xceeds 15 words, Personal ad rates apply: • Mail or Bring in: 1898 North Hwy. 81, Duncan • Call: 580-255-2428 • Fax: 580-255- 636 • Email: email@chisholmtrailshopper.com • Individual Garage/Yard Sales (residential address) • Items to be given away • Lost & Found • Want to buy (non-commercial) • Item(s) selling under $100 on a “one time” basis One Free Classified Per Customer Per Week Commercial/Real Estate $6.00 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word Front Page $12.50 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word 1 2 3 4 CLASSIFIEDS (Word Ads) Pe sonal Cla ssifieds: $6.00 for up to 20 words 30¢ per additional word Business/Commercial/Real Estate $8.00 for up to 20 words 40¢ per additional word Premier Business Column $12.50 for up to 20 words 50¢ per additional word Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized as Business/Commercial i l Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . c 3p Personal Classifieds: $10 up to 20 words, 40¢ per additional word. Professional Classified: $15 up to 20 words, 50¢ per additional word. Mail or Bring Your Ad to 3456 North Highway 81 (1898 N. 81), Duncan. Call: 580-2 55-2428 email: ads@chisholmtrailnews.com Clinic Openings Duncan Regional Hospital & Solutions Practice Management are currently seeking full-time dedicated professionals for our local clinics. Individuals inter- ested in a fast paced atmosphere with multiple providers are encouraged to apply! LPN LPN/MA Patient Experience Rep Excellent benefits package and salaries commensurate with experience! To apply contact: Human Resources Phone: (580) 251-8595 Fax: (580) 251-8829 To apply online visit: www.duncanregional.com HELPWANTED Now Taking Applications For CNA $1250 Sign-on Bonus Wilkins Health & Rehab Apply in Person 1205 South 4th Duncan HELPWANTED Traveling Sales Person to Visit our Customers with Company Provided Vehicle and Merchandise. Pay is Salary plus Commision and Travel Expenses with Company Paid Retirement and Profit Sharing. Travel is 4 Nights a Week with Most Holidays Off. Must be at least 25 years old, have a Clean Driving Record and Keep a Professional Appearance. Visit 121 W. Main, Marlow, Oklahoma for More Information 8th Annual Christmas Carroll Fun Run  The Eighth Annual Christmas Carroll 5k& Fun Run will take place on Saturday, December 3rd.  The event raises money for the Chickasha Optimist Club who uses the majority of the funds for college scholorships for local graduating seniors.  The event honors the memory of Rod Carroll and Jay Spradlin, both members of the Chickasha Opti- mist Club at the time of their passing.  Rod Carroll was a Church of Christ minister and counselor who died helping others on a cold night in March 2014. A sudden cold front had developed black ice on the H.E. Bailey Turnpikc and numer- ous vehicles had spun out of control. While trying to help a family get their car to safety he was struck by another vehicle which claimed his life. He was 61.  Jay Spradlin was a 35+ year member of Chickasha Optimist and was loved by many in the community. Jay passed away in August 2021 in a bicycle accident.  The run steps off at 8 am from the Southern Oaks Church of Christ, 3320 South 16th in Chickasha.  There is a $35 entry fee for the 5k run and $25 for a 1 mile run. Registration includes a long sleeve shirt, and one of a kind finisher medal. Ice bin coolers for 1st overall for male and female participants. Med- als will be awarded for first, second and third place finishers in standard 5 year age groups.  Register at RunReg.com/The-Christmas-Car- roll-5k-Fun-Run.  A free pancake breakfast is availabe for runners im- mediately following the run. Pancake breakfast is avail- able for others for a donation to the Chickasha Optimist Club. Fatal home invasion still under investigation  A fatal shooting that left one man dead Tues- day afternoon ( Nov 15th) is still being investi- gated by law enforcement agencies in Chickasha.  Chickasha police were called to 3015 West- brook in the Shadow Valley housing develop- ment in southwest Chickasha about 12:30 pm to investigate a disturbance. There they found Varnell Tall, Jr. dead from several gunshot wounds fired from a rifle by the homeowner at the address who stated that the intruder kicked the door in.  “When our officers arrived, they found that a man had forced his way into the home, and the homeowner had shot and killed him,” said Lt. Gillian O’Brien, Chickasha Police Department in a TV interveiw.  Reports indicate that the two men were ac- quainted but a cause for the intrusion was not immediately known.  The homeowner was identified at Logan M. Wasson, who was transported to police head- quarters and later released. Charges will be up to District Attorney Jason Hicks. Breakfast with Santa  The United Way of Stephens County will be host- ing a Breakfast with Santa fundraiser at Applebee’s in Duncan.  “I am so excited about this event”, said Helen Stewart, director of the United Way. “We had a fundraiser like this year’s ago in California and the children all loved it! It just so happens that I have a friend who helped me get in touch with Santa and Santa is very excited about being in Duncan on Sat- urday Dec. 10th, from 8-10 am as pancakes are one of his favorite breakfast foods”.  Tickets are on sale now for the price of $10 each (cash at the U.W. office) or $10.50 online. You won’t want to miss this experience as seating is limited. Santa will be available for photos and will have a special souvenir for the children on his nice list. Children must be accompanied by an adult.  For more information or to order your tickets please contact Helen or Joyce at 580-255-3648, 12 S. 8th Street, Duncan. Tickets will be available online until Dec. 7th. Breakfast with Santa | unitedwayofsc Holiday Open House Extravaganza  A Christmas Open House Extravaganza is being sponsored by the Aequalis Study Club of Duncan to help kick off the holiday season.  The home tour will be from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm on Sunday, December 4 and will showcase the homes of Jeff and Lisha Elroy at 1001 Alpine Drive and Audra Manning at 1409 N. 12th Street and the Exchange Boardroom & Event Center, featuring the Sweet Shoppe at 929 W. Walnut in Duncan.  Out of respect to the homeowners, it is requested that the event is for adults only and that no photogra- phy is allowed.  Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.  The study club was founded in 1974 with the purpose of reaching out to others. Funds raised by the group will benefit Academic Scholarships, Project Graduation, Toy Shop of Duncan, United Way of Stephens County, Rotary Club Auction, Safe Center, Chisholm Trail Hospice, Gabriels House, Food 4 Kids, Beautiful Day, and One Duncan.  Proceeds from the sale of items from the Sweet Shoppe, raffle and open house tickets go to benefit the club’s many causes.  The Chisholm Trail Community News is taking applications for full or part-time salesperson. Business hours, cell phone, dependable transportation, creative, re- sponsible person. Base pay with commis- sion. Send resume to watts.wayne@att.net or drop off at 3456 North Hwy 81, Duncan.  The Chisholm Trail Community News and the Washita Valley Community News are direct mailed to 27,000 homes every Wednesday in Grady, Caddo and Stephens Counties.  This is a fun job with a fun group of pro- fessionals who in eract with business own- ers and managers f the communities we serve. C me find your place with us.  Lakeside Baptist Church is seeking a full or part- time piano player and or music leader for services. Contact the Church or Sherry Woolwine at 580-704- 3178. Shawn Bitner is the pastor.  Lakeside Church is located just south of the Clear Creek Lake north-east of Duncan. Fighting Back At Spam Calls  While it seems an impossible task to eliminate spam calling altogether, Oklahoma now has a law on the book stat ng hey cannot occur before 8 AM or after 8 PM. Th law also stipulates that auto or robo- dialing machines cannot be used, nor can the source modify the voice or make the caller information private or hidden.  You have to keep in mind, this is only for Okla- homa-based spammers. Expect things to continue as normal for anyone calling from out of state. People who take care of chickens are literally Chicken Tenders Darrell N. Leonard I snuck into my neighbors house this week and ate all of their Christmas cookies. This secret santa think ain’t so bad after all. Seymore Folkes

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