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Colton Martin will be

performing at the

2011 Arts in Action

Festival in Frederick

on September 17th.

Colton is the 10-yearold

son of David and

Jill (Hayes) Martin. He

is the grandson of

Doug & Julie Hayes of

Frederick and Chris &

Glenda Martin of

Tillman County Home of Doug Ade

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Comanche and great

grandson of Rita

Perry; Lynn Hayes of

Frederick and Glen &

Betty Mallow of

Walters. He is a fifth

grade student at

C o m a n c h e

Elementary, and is

involved in Cub

Scouts and Archery.

Colton currently co-

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Frederick FFA and 4-H participates in the Tipton Free Fair

On Saturday, August

27th many Frederick

FFA and 4-H members

participated in

the Tipton Free Fair.

The results are:

Sheep:

Frederick FFA member

Destinee Johnson

placed 1st and Breed

Champion of the

Natural, Suffold, and

Cross breeds and

won Grand Champion

with her Cross. She

was also named the

Senior Sheep

Showman.

Frederick FFA mem-

Jarrett Tyra Destinee Johnson Leanne Van der Laan

Riley Davis Shannon Van der Laan Dennis Van der Laan

ber Kylee Stewart

placed 1st with her

Speckled Face and

1st with her Hamp.

Frederick 4-H member

kamerson Stewart

placed 1st with his

Shrop.

Dairy Cattle:

Frederick FFA member

Shannon Van der

Laan placed 1st in

class with her

Holstein and won the

Supreme Dairy

Heifer.

Frederick FFA member

Leanne Van der

Laan placed 1st in

Class with her

Ayrshire and won the

Reserve Supreme

Dairy Heifer. She

was also named the

Senior Dairy

Showman.

Frederick 4-H member

Dennis Van der

Laan placed 1st in

Class with his Brown

Swiss and was

named the Junior

Dairy Showman.

Beef Cattle:

Frederick FFA member

Riley Davis won

Champion Limousin

Steer and Reserve

Johnston Unanimously Re-elected

to OMPA Board of Directors

Robert Johnston,

Frederick City

Manager/Elector, was

unanimously re-elected

to serve another

three-year term on the

Oklahoma Municipal

Power Authority’s

(OMPA) Board of

Directors during

OMPA’s 2011 Annual

Electors Meeting.

The electors’ meeting

was held at the

Roland H. Dawson

OMPA Headquarters

Building in Edmond

on September 8th.

This year marks a

milestone for the consumer-owned

public

power entity – its 30th

anniversary.

Johnston, who

serves as the Board

Secretary, has served

as a board member

since August 18,

2004, when he was

appointed to fill a

vacancy on the board.

Johnston was hired

as Frederick’s City

Manager on February

1, 1993. In addition

to serving on the

OMPA Board, he has

served on the MESO

Board since 1993

including four years

on the executive committee

and one term

as president of the

association. He also

serves as president of

the OML Board for

2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 1 .

Johnston served on

the International

City/County

Management

Association (ICMA)

Executive Board for

2006-07 representing

the Mountain Plains

region.

During the MESO

Awards Luncheon on

September 29, 2010,

he received MESO’s

Ray Duffy Personal

Service Award that is

given annually to an

Oklahoma public official

for outstanding

achievements in government.

Martin to perform at 2011 Art in Action

Festival this Saturday

stars with his family in

local Wichita

Furniture commercials.

He was this

year’s youngest,

locally selected finalist

competing in

Texaco’s Country

Showdown in

Duncan, OK Colton

was a '10-'11 member

of Walters

Grand Champion

Steer.

Frederick 4-H member

Jarrett Tyra won

Grand Champion

Steer and Junior Beef

Showman.

Goats:

Frederick 4-H member

Jarrett Tyra won

Grand Champion

Wether and Reserve

Grand Champion

Wether.

In the Open Show:

Kiera Stehr won

Champion Hereford

Heifer, Breed

Champion Angus

Keri Sparks appeared

in court on Friday,

where she entered

blind pleas to two

counts of felony

embezzlement in a

Tillman Coutny

District Court. Keri

Sparks, 39, had

stolen as much as

200,000 in public

funds while working

Elementary ‘Singing

Sensations’, an elite,

thirty-member singing

group of fourth and

fifth graders. He loves

spending time with his

family and best friend,

Josh. His favorite

hobbies include hunting,

fishing, singing

and song writing.

Heifer, and Reserve

Grand Champion

Heifer.

Hanna Stehr won

C h a m p i o n

Commercial Heifer.

as clerk and treasurer

in Davidson from

1994-2007, according

to Assistant District

Attorney Deanna

Hansell.

Sparks was sentenced

to 10 years

with Oklahoma

Department of

Corrections of the

duel charges, with all

Kylee Stewart

Congratulations to all

the students participating

in the Tipton

Free Fair.

Arrest Made in City Hall Arson

On August 25,

2011, the Grandfield

City Hall was damaged

from a fire of

unknown origin.

Subsequent investigation

by the Tillman

County Sheriff

Department and the

State Fire Marshal,

determined that the

fire was arson. Sheriff

Bobby Whittington

advises that Justin

Carpenter, 18, of

Grandfield has been

arrested and charged

with Second Degree

Arson. “The arrest

comes after a 2 week

investigation by this

department and the

State Fire Marshal,

during which

Carpenter was developed

as a suspect”

said Whittington.

Carpenter is

currently incarcerated

in the Tillman County

Jail, under

$10,000.00 bond,

pending formal

arraignment on his

charges.

Sparks pleads to charges of embezzlement

but 60 days suspended

on both. She was

also ordered to pay at

least $20,000. The

final estimates are still

being figured as to

what she will owe,

restitution will be

decided at a hearing

on November 9th.


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Announcements~

Bridal Shower

There will be a bridal shower in honor of

Jenny Jackson bride-elect of Andy Rosenfelt

on Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 10:30

in the morning at the First Baptist Church in

Frederick. All friends and family are

welcomed to attend.

Loveland Alumni Homecoming

It is now time for the 32nd biennial

homecoming for the Loveland alumni.

Please plan now and get your reservations

in along with the payment. The afternoon

reception will be held on Saturday,

September 17th, 2011 beginning at 2:00

P.M. at the Great Plains Vo-Tech. The dinner

will follow at 6:00 P.M. and will be catered by

Melissa’s Catering. Please come and bring

any pictures or newspaper clippings etc that

might pertain to the Loveland School. Send

reservations to Ava Ruth Tidwell at 524 N.

15th St. Frederick, OK 73542. Phone

numbers are 580-335-2723 or 361-319-

2112.

The Frederick Quarterback

Club’s 3rd annual Golf

Tournament

The Frederick Quarterback Club’s 3rd annual

Golf Tournament benefiting Frederick High

School Athletics will be on Saturday, October

1, 2011 at 9:30 A.M. This is a 4 person

scramble and the cost is $50/per golfer.

Lunch will be included and prizes for closest

to pin and straightest drive and opitional skins

game. Money awarded in each flight. Limited

cart rental. To sign up for the scramble or be

a hole sponsor call Chad Akin at 580-305-

2519 or Country Club at 580-335-2911.

Book Sale

The Masonic Lodge and The Friends of

the Frederick Public Library invite you to

our annual BOOK SALE

Saturday, September 17th-9am-3pm Gray

Gish Event Center 126 N. Main (Corner of

Floral and Hwy 183) All proceeds benefit the

Friends of the Library and will provide

programming and purchase books, software

and audiovisual materials for Frederick’s

Carnegie Library *If you become a “Friend”

you get to view and buy early on Friday

evening! Membership is $10 **We are

currently accepting book and video

donations for the sale at the library during

regular business hours.

Mon. Sept. 5

No School

Mon. Sept 12

Breakfast: Biscuits,

gravy, sausage, hash

brown potatoes, cereal,

milk

Lunch: pizza, beef burrito,

tossed salad, carrots,

pears, milk

Mon. Sept 19

Breakfast: Biscuits,

Sausage applesauce,

cereal, milk

Lunch: pizza, spaghetti

with meat sauce, salad,

french bread, mixed

fruit, milk

Tues. Sept. 6

Breakfast: French

toast sticks, bacon,

syrup, applesauce,

cereal, milk

Lunch: Crispy

Chicken, mashed

potatoes, gravy, green

beans, roll, peaches,

milk

Tues. Sept 13

Breakfast: Biscuits,

bacon, scrambled

eggs, applesauce,

cereal, milk

Lunch: pizza,

lasagna with ground

beef, salad, french

bread, mixed fruit,

milk

Tues.Sept 20

Breakfast: Biscuits,

gravy, sausage, hash

brown potato, cereal,

milk

Lunch: pizza, enchilada

casserole, corn,

salad, pears, milk

September14: Will Cassidy, Bridget

Heap, Lupe Soliz, Gary Tyler, Eddie

Johnson

September 15: Justin Billy, Mykah

Snyder, Matthew Huff, Barbara

Meador

September 16: Gary Sanders,

Tammi Schrick

September 17: Ellie Ade, Corrie

Jones

September 14: Jered & Casey

Reed, Gordon & Coleen Shaver

September 15: Ray & Joyce

Wallace

September 17: Joey & Sarah

Copeland, Jeith & Lori Varner

Bomber Football

Reserved Seats

Frederick High School Bomber Football

Reserved seating tickets for sale at the

Frederick High School office. See Lana or

call 335-5521. Tickets are $35 each.

Clothes Closet

The Clothes Closet, located at 409 N. 3rd will

be closed the second Saturday of this month

only, September 10th. It will reopen the fourth

Saturday, September 24th, with all never

before seen winter garments. For more

information, call Rachel at 335-5112 or 305-

1006.

Class Ring Orders

Frederick High School Senior Graduation

Orders & Class Ring Orders with Jostens will

be Wednesday, October 12th at 8:30am-noon

in the FHS Gym Lobby.

Thurs. Sept 1 Fri. Sept. 2

Breakfast: Biscuits, Breakfast:

Sausage apple- Cinnamon rolls,

sauce, cereal, milk cereal, fruit juice,

Lunch: pizza, mexi- milk

can casserole, salad, Lunch: pizza, ham,

corn, mixed fruit, milk mashed potatoes,

salad, french bread,

peaches, milk

Wed. Sept 7 Thurs. Sept 8 Fri. Sept 9

Breakfast: Biscuits, Breakfast: Biscuits, Breakfast:

gravy, sausage, hashbacon,

scrambledCinnamon

rolls,

brown potatoes, eggs, applesauce, cereal, fruit juice,

cereal, milk cereal, milk milk

Lunch: pizza, Lunch: pizza, chick- Lunch: pizza, beef

nachos with beef, en spaghetti, salad, taco,lettuce, cheese,

tossed salad, pintofrench

bread, pineap- corn, peaches, milk

beans, pears, chocple,

milk

chip cookie, milk

Wed. Sept 14 Thurs. Sept 15 Fri. Sept 16

Breakfast: FrenchBreakfast:

Biscuits, Breakfast:

toast sticks, bacon, Sausage apple- Cinnamon rolls,

syrup, applesauce, sauce, cereal, milk cereal, fruit juice,

cereal, milk Lunch: pizza, hotmilk

Lunch: pizza, ham, dog, green beans, Lunch: pizza, frito

tossed salad, frenchsalad,

choc chipchili

pie, salad, corn,

fries, rolls, peaches, cookie, pineapple, oranges, milk

milk

milk

Wed. Sept 21

Breakfast: Biscuits,

bacon, scrambled

eggs, applesauce,

cereal, milk

Lunch: chicken quesadilla,

salad, pinto

beans, pineapple,

milk

Frederick Public

Schools for

August, 2011

Thurs. Sept 22 Fri. Sept 23

Breakfast: French Breakfast:

toast sticks, bacon, Cinnamon rolls,

syrup, applesauce, cereal, fruit juice,

cereal, milk milk

Lunch: pizza, crispy Lunch: pizza, BBQ

fish, mac and chz, beef, potato wedges,

salad, apples, milk carrot sticks, ranch,

peaches, milk


Obituaries~

Stowe Memorial

service for Teresa

Kay Stowe, age 61,

of Oklahoma City,

formerly of

Frederick, will be at

2:00 p.m. Sunday,

September 11, 2011,

at the Burkhardt

Chapel of Frederick

Memorial Cemetery

with Rob Hicks,

officiating

Mrs. Stowe

passed away

peacefully Tuesday,

August 30, 2011, in

an Oklahoma City

hospital after a battle

with cancer.

Inurnment will be at

the Frederick

Memorial Cemetery

under the direction of

Orr Gray Gish

Funeral Home,

Frederick,

Oklahoma.

She was born

on November 3,

1949 to Noel Reed

and Era Faye

(Springfield)

Graham, in

Childress, Texas.

She was raised in

Childress and

attended schools

there. She graduated

from Childress High

School. She lived off

and on in Frederick.

She received her

Bachelor’s Degree

from East Central

University in Ada,

Oklahoma. She

taught Mathematics

and Algebra at

Martin Luther King

High School in

Oklahoma City

before retiring due to

health issues. She

also taught twirling

lessons. She

married George

Clifford Stowe. She

was devoted to her

family and raising

her sons.

She was

preceded in death by

her parents.

She is

survived by her

husband: George

Clifford Stowe, of the

home; two sons:

Jason Reed Hicks

and Justin Hicks,

both of Oklahoma

City; three

grandchildren:

Jessica and Julian,

of Frederick,

Oklahoma, and

Jamie Turner of

Wichita Falls, Texas.

Memorial

contributions may be

made to the All

School Scholarship

Fund, Class of 1967,

P. O. Box 35,

Childress, Texas

79201, in loving

memory of Teresa

Kay Stowe.

An on-line

guest book and

sympathy cards are

available at:

www.OrrGrayGishfu

neralhome.com or

www.Tiptonfuneralho

me.com

Davis

Graveside

service for Annie Mae

Davis, age 92, of

Frederick, Oklahoma,

will be held at 10:00

a.m. Tuesday,

September 13, 2011,

at the Frederick

Memorial Cemetery.

Ms. Davis

passed away Friday,

September 9, 2011,

at Memorial Nursing

Care Center, in

Frederick, Oklahoma.

Burial is under

the direction of Orr

Gray Gish Funeral

Home, Frederick,

Oklahoma.

She was born

June 22, 1919, in

Corsicana, Texas, to

Rayfield and Willie

Mae Davis. She

attended school in

Frederick and

graduated from Boyd

High School. She

attended college at

Langston University.

She served as a

Missionary in the

community, churches

as well as prisons.

Annie Mae was a

dedicated Christian

and a faithful servant

in her community.

She loved her church

and her church

family. She will

always be loved and

Frederick Leader Wednesday Edition September 14, 2011 page 3

not forgotten. She

was a member for

over fifty years of the

First Baptist

Missionary Church, in

Frederick.

She was

preceded in death by

her parents; a

brother: Eddie Ray

Davis; and a sister:

Ollie Leopard.

She leaves to

mourn, her sister:

Hattie Pearl Young, of

Los Angeles,

California, whom she

loved dearly. They

were very close and

stayed in contact with

each other. Survivors

also include nieces:

Frances Marchan

Young, Los Angeles,

California, Gale

Denise Davis,

Moreno Valley,

California, and

Stephanie Elaine

Davis, Las Vegas,

Nevada; nephews:

Marrel “Butch” Young,

Los Angeles,

California, and

Gregory Allen Davis,

Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania; and a

host of cousins, great

nieces, nephews,

relatives and friends.

An on-line guest book

and sympathy cards

are available at: Orr

Gray Gish Funeral

Home 580-335-2112

www.OrrGrayGishfun

eralhome.com or

www.Tiptonfuneralho

me.com

Memorial

contributions, cards

and flowers can be

made to

Hattie Pearl Young

649 E 77th Street,

Los Angeles, Ca

90001.

Letter to the Editor

To whom it may concern:

As a lifelong Oklahoma resident, I feel the need to write concerning the approval process of

Keystone XL Pipeline Project. As I am sure you are aware this project is awaiting a

Presidential Permit for the pipeline to cross the U.S./ Canada border. I am a 35 year pipeline

construction worker and Oklahoma tax payer. I am tired of sending our wealth to countries

that use the money to attack our way of life. With the supplies now available in Canada, it

makes perfect sense to purchase as much oil as we can from our friendly neighbor to the

North. I have personally witnessed the precautions and safety measures that Trans-Canada

upholds to construct and operate their pipeline systems and I can honestly say from a safety

standpoint, they are one of the best pipeline operators in our country today. With over 13,000

construction jobs and 18,000 spin off jobs hanging in the balance and an estimated $600

million dollars in new tax revenues for the communities, it makes perfect sense to construct

the Keystone Pipeline now. This pipeline comes at a time when we need jobs, friendly oil

supplies, and private sector investments into our country. Trans-Canada has pledged to

transport up to 15% of this pipeline's capacity with U.S. oil production to be picked up along

its proposed route. This means that North Dakota and Montana oil producers will be able to

send their products to market at a more favorable price than they now have. I understand

that as a country we need to look at as many environmentally friendly approaches as

possible. I am reducing our carbon footprint by choosing natural gas powered vehicles, wind

power, solar power, and nuclear energy, but we cannot get there overnight. From where we

sit today we are committed in the near future to oil. At the present time it makes perfect

sense, even "COMMON SENSE" to approve the Keystone Pipeline and purchase oil from

our friendly neighbors to the North and put America back to work!

Sincerely,

David L. Barnett

Frederick Masonic Lodge #249

is sponsoring a

FISH FRY

for the Frederick FFA Chapter

Monday, September 26, 2011

at the Prather Brown Cafeteria

from 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.

Catfish and all the trimmings

Adults - $12.00

Children under 6 yrs - $8.00

60th Wedding

Anniversary Celebrated

Dan and Wilma

Fischer of

Chattanooga

celebrated their 60th

wedding anniversary

on August 18, 2011

with their family.

Those attending the

celebration were

Jimmy and Benita

Fischer of

Chattanooga, Tony

Billy and Verna Gray

of Tipton, Oklahoma

were married in

Austin, Texas on

September 8, 1946.

Mr. and Mrs. Gray

lived in Austin for

several years,

moving to Tipton

in1966. They were

valued employees of

the Tipton Children’s

Home until their

retirement; the Tipton

Home honored this

couple by naming the

campus cafeteria

after them upon their

retirement.

The Gray’s three

children and their

spouses: Mike &

Mary Gray of Clovis,

New Mexico, Tim &

Kathy Gray of Tipton,

and Deborah &

James Waugh of

Plano, Texas,

and Derbra Jackson

of Frederick, Galen

Robison of Burns

Flat, Jarod and

Susan Baker and

children Kaylee,

Jacob, and Zada of

Sentinel, Jenny

Jackson of Ardmore

and her fiance' Andy

Rosenfelt of Moore.

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gray

Celebrate 65 Years

Together!

Pictured above: Tim Gray, Mike Gray and

Debbie Waugh with their parents,

Billy & Verna Gray of Tipton, OK.

honored their parents

with a family dinner

on Saturday,

September 3rd, at

the Tipton Church of

Christ Fellowship

Building. About thirtyfive

family members,

including the Gray’s

children,

grandchildren, greatgrandchildren,

and

several nieces and

nephews, made the

trip to Tipton for this

special family

weekend.

The family is blessed

to have this precious

couple as role

models of love,

service and devotion

to each other, to their

family, to other

people, and most

importantly, to God

and His Kingdom.

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EMBRACE

FAITH

Receive

Grace

year we focused on receiving

healing from God. This

year the emphasis is on

grace. When you think of

grace what do you think of?

A common definition of

Next week the congrega- grace is God’s “undeserved

tion I serve hosts its largest merit” or “undeserved favor.”

outreach event of the year. It This is a true definition, but it

is called Receive

can be limiting as well as

and

discouraging. Grace is a

is a modern-styled revival much larger concept that

with special music, a speak- simply receiving something

er, and lots of good food. undeserved, that puts the

The emphasis of this year’s focus on us and our per-

event is Receive

formance (or lack thereof).

Grace.

Grace is God’s slant

I have been thinking a lot towards us. God’s attitude

about that (receiving Gladstone grace) towards Monument us. Company

lately and I thought I Grace is God’s love, God’s

would share some of my kindness, God’s gentleness,

thoughts about that. God’s mercy. Grace is the

environment we live in as

1)

Gods’ children. A discour-

Receive.

aging aspect of the typical

Our titling of the event definition of grace as “unde-

Receive was purposefully served merit” or “unde-

done in order to emphasize served favor” is the idea that

that a healthy Christian in relating to God our not

receives from God. Often deserving God’s grace is

the emphasis of the church emphasized. Grace cannot

is on giving. We give our be deserved, by definition! I

tithes and offerings to God. Quality think using Implement undeserved is

We give our time and talent wrong-headed, because it

to the church and to those in puts God and us in a posi-

need. We give our hearts to tion that I do not believe

Jesus for salvation and Scripture emphasizes. I

every day as we seek to live Frederick think a better word would be

the Christian life. ThisPublic

“unearned.” Works Grace is

emphasis on giving is unearned Authority goodness sent

important and required if we out way by a God who loves

hope to fulfill our purpose as us. Just like my children

Jesus’ disciples. However have my love and positive

an emphasis solely on giv- regard simply because they

ing is an out-of-balance are my children, we have

understanding of what it God’s grace and love for

means to live as God’s chil- the simple fact that God credren.

Too often the maxim “it is

ated us.

better to give then receive” Next week I will conclude

degenerates into a mind this discussion by looking at

and heart-numbing activity the idea of receiving grace,

in the name of God, Frederick but how we Pharmacy

receive from God,

without the Spirit of God. and what the outcome of

God calls us to give to oth- receiving grace looks

ers, but if we have an empty like.

cup we have nothing FREDERICK ACE HARDWARE

whole and worthwhile to If I can be supportive to you

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Tipton

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Sunday Evening Service 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:00

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Grandfield

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SPANISH BAPTIST

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3rd and Kiowa

Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.

Sunday School 10:30 a.m.

Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.

Training Union 7:30 p.m.

TESCA BAPTIST CHURCH

211 S. 22nd

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday 7:00 p.m.

TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH

901 N. 15th

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Service 10:55 a.m.

Evening Service 6:00 p.m.

Midweek

Service 7:00 p.m.

Catholic

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Grandfield

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FIRST BAPTIST

MISSIONARY

400 S. 1st

Sunday School 9:30 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday Prayer 6:00 p.m.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Davidson

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m.

FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH Hollister

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

300 E. Davis • Tipton

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship 10:55 a.m.

Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday 7:30 p.m.

FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST

20th and Aster

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday Prayer 7:00 p.m.

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH

4th and Aster

Sunday School 9:30 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday Services 7:30 p.m.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Chattanooga

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Assembly of God

ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH

14th and County Road

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday Prayer 7:00 p.m.

LIGHTHOUSE Cathedral

1920 N. 15th

Sunday Life Development 10:00 am

Sunday morning Worship 11:00 am

Kidzpact (Children's Church) 11:00 am

Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm

Wednesday Evening Service 7:00 pm

Youth Service, KidzNite, Friends

(Girls Club)

Royal Rangers (Boys Club) Wed

7:00 pm

Baptist

ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH

901 W. Carol

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 8:00 p.m.

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

4 miles west, 2 miles north

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Worship Service 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.

BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH

121 N. 16th

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Training Service 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday Teachers 7:00 p.m.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

(Southern)

201 E. Grand

Sunday School 9:40 a.m.

Morning Worship 10:50

Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday Prayer

Service 6:30p.m.

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ST. HELEN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH

11:00 a.m.

Holy Day Mass: See Bulletin

Weekdays 7:30 a.m.

Christian

FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

500 N. 15th

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Church 10:45 a.m.

Sunday Bible Study 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday Choir 6:00 p.m.

Church of Christ

CHURCH OF CHRIST

13th and Carol

Sunday Morning 9:30 a.m.

Sunday Evening 5:00 p.m.

CHURCH OF CHRIST

13th and Josephine

Bible School 9:30 a.m.

Worship Service 10:15 a.m.

Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday 7:30 p.m.

Church of Jesus Christ of

Latter Day Saints

Family Worship Center

Davidson • 100 W. Primrose

Thursday Evening at 7pm

Sunday @ 10am and 12 noon

Sunday Evening at 7pm

Methodist

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

12th and Grand

Church School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship 10:50 a.m.

Youth Group 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday Choir 7:30 p.m

.MANITOU METHODIST CHURCH

Morning Worship11am

Bible Study Wed. @6pm

Youth Group @7pm

ST. PAUL AFRICAN METHODIST

EPISCOPAL CHURCH

722 W. Aster

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Missionary - Midweek Service

Wednesday 6:00 p.m.

Monte Calvario

11th and Dahlia

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Evening Worship 6 to 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday 7 to 8:00 p.m.

Pentecostal

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS

405 N. 3rd

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Worship Service 11:00 a.m.

Evening Service 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday Evening 7:00 p.m.

SHAW’S SANCTUARY CHURCH

OF GOD IN CHRIST

1st and West Carol

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Worship Service 11:30 a.m.

Sunday Night Service 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday Prayer 7:00 p.m.

HAWKINS CHAPEL

CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST

223 S. 3rd

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.

Wednesday Prayer &

Bible Study 7:30 p.m.

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Inglesia De Dios En Cristo Pentecostal

620 W. Grand•Frederick, OK

Sunday School-10 am

Dom. Estudio Biblico-10am

Morning Worship-11am

Ser. de Adoracion-11am

Sunday Evening-6pm

Dom. Tarde-6pm

Thursday evening-6:30pm

Jueves-6:30 pm

APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH

922 S. 11th

Worship Service 10:30 a.m.

Thursday Prayer & Bible

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200 N. 4th

Sunday 6pm

Wednesday Bible Study 7pm

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400 N. 5th

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Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m.

YPPU 6:00 p.m.

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335-8525

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FREEDOM FELLOWSHIP

1100 S. 15th

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Evening Worship 6:00

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Bombers Beat Carnegie

By Max Clayton

The Frederick

Bomber football team

won their second

game of the season

last Friday night at

Bomber Bowl. This

was a home opener

for the Bombers and

was against the

Carnegie Wildcats.

The Bowl was

packed. Trevor

Flores and company

beat Carnegie 55-6 in

a rout.

The Bombers wasted

little time in scoring

as they took the kickoff

and crossed the

goal line in just under

two minutes. Trey

Booker was credited

with the touchdown

on a 4 yard run.

Booker also had a 45

yard TD run just 48

Gary McManus

Associate State

Climatologist

O k l a h o m a

Climatological Survey

La Nina has officially

returned to the equatorial

pacific waters

according to the

National Weather

Service’s Climate

Prediction Center

(CPC). The climate

phenomenon, marked

by cooler than normal

waters off the west

coast of South

America, has been

named as one of the

primary culprits

behind 2011’s

extreme weather,

such as the record

flooding in the

Northern Plains and

the disastrous

drought in the

Southern Plains.

While that La Nina

faded throughout

spring before ending

in June, the CPC

issued a La Nina

Watch during August

when the possibility of

its return increased.

Data now show that

La Nina returned last

month, prompting the

issuance of a La Nina

seconds into the 2nd

quarter. Trevor and

Trey hooked up again

on the Bombers' next

possession with a TD

pass that covered 78

yards. Late in the

same quarter Flores

found Kris Ufer on a

12 pass for the score.

Ufer caught his second

TD pass in the

2nd quarter, this time

for 36 yards. Trevor

Flores started a drive

with a 34 yard punt

return. He capped

off the drive with a 1

yard TD run to put the

Bombers up 48-6.

The Bombers scored

again on a bubble

screen to Sky Nolan.

Sky caught the pass

in the backfield and

out ran everybody to

the end zone. That

Advisory by the CPC.

Current long-range

forecasts indicate a

gradual strengthening

of La Nina and its

impacts throughout

the fall into the winter

should be expected.

“This means drought

is likely to continue in

the drought-stricken

states of Texas,

Oklahoma and New

Mexico,” said Mike

Halpert, deputy director

of the Climate

Prediction Center in a

National Oceanic and

Atmospheric

Administration press

release.

The shifting of air patterns

in the equatorial

pacific due to La Nina

can lead to the disruption

of normal weather

patterns across the

globe. The impacts

most common in the

United States are

above normal temperatures

and below normal

precipitation

across the southern

one-third of the country

and cooler and

wetter than normal

weather in the Pacific

Northwest and Ohio

Valley. The impacts

screen TD covered 60

yards. The score

was 55-6 and that

turned out to be the

final. Carnegie's only

score came on a 4

yard pass with 8 seconds

in the first half.

The Bombers stats

showed a total of 565

yards offensively.

172 yards were on the

ground, the rest from

the arm of Trevor

Flores. Trevor was in

on all 5 TD's and

thus accounted for

393 of those yards.

He used 6 receivers

in the passing game.

Flores earned high

praise from Coach

Farmer. Trey Booker

had a great game as

he finished with 86

yards on 12 carries.

Carnegie was held

La Nina Returns, Continuation of Drought Likely for Oklahoma

due to La Nina are

normally strongest

from late fall through

early spring in the

Southern Plains,

although not every La

Nina produces the

typical impacts. The

return of La Nina is

particularly troubling

news for Oklahoma

where the drought

has caused an estimated

$2 billion in

agricultural losses

according to state officials.

Wheat, cotton

and cattle operations

have been particularly

hard hit since last fall.

The heat wave associated

with the

drought has been

responsible for at

least 21 deaths in

Oklahoma according

to state health officials.

The drought

also extended

Oklahoma’s wildfire

season through the

spring and summer

months.

According to data

from the Oklahoma

Mesonet, the January

through August

statewide average

rainfall total was

14.16 inches, nearly

295 yards of total

offense. It wasn't a

perfect game but really

showcased the talent

of the Frederick

Bombers.

Junior High Hosts Hobart

By Max Clayton

The junior high and

middle school football

teams played Hobart

Thursday night at

Bomber Bowl. The

Bearcats have a very

talented pair of teams.

The action was

intense and the

Bombers played their

hearts out. There

were some bright

spots on the night but

none on the scoreboard.

The 7th

graders lost their

game 38-6. The junior

high followed with a

36-13 loss.

The 7th grade

Bomber roster

includes: River

Stewart, Cody

Middick, Michael

Maldonado, Bishop

Harper, Seth Davis,

Kelnn Carpenter, Seth

Hogan, Shane

Rogers, Bailey

Gibson, Hayden Gray,

Jarrett Garza,

Jonathan Crismon,

Dalton Gray, Ryan

Ard, Adrian Lopez,

Aaron Luna, Darrian

Devlin, and Kameron

Stewart.

The junior high team

members are: Cody

Rogers, Tarren Flores,

Faith Cardoso, Ethan

Marshall, Jaylen

Randle, Bryce Garza,

Angel Castenada,

Colton Schrick, Pete

Lopez, Noah Bradley,

Joseph Richardson,

Maguire Perrett,

Brandon Gibson,

Drew Biggs, Garrett

Mitchell, Bailey Hicks,

Frank Maldonado,

Brayden Kinder,

Deyonne Miller, Jarret

Tyra, Juan Cervantes,

Brandon Blackford,

Trey Robinson,

Jonathan Janz, Mario

Ibarra, Brandon

Fairchild, Matthew

Garcia, and Colt

Heap.

11 inches below normal

and the second

driest such period

since records began

in 1895. For the

Panhandle, west central,

southwest and

south central sections

of the state, it was

easily the driest such

period on record.

Average rainfall totals

in those areas since

January 1 are as

much as 16 inches

below normal through

September 8. The

Oklahoma Mesonet

site at Hooker in the

Oklahoma Panhandle

has recorded 2.2

inches of precipitation

since January 1.

Next Friday night

Gateway Charter

School of Dallas

comes to town. This

should be another

entertaining night at

The teams have a

weallth of talent and

heart. They should

continue to improve

and begin to assert

themselves. These

teams will play the

Elgin Owls at home in

their next game. The

very next week they

Many of the Mesonet

stations in the western

half of the state

have received less

than 10 inches of rainfall

over that period.

Following the summer

of 2011, which

saw many of the

state’s all-time heat

records smashed,

Mother Nature now

turns her attention to

the state’s rainfall – or

lack thereof –

records. The lowest

annual total for any

location in Oklahoma

is 6.53 inches, recorded

at the Cimarron

County town of

Regnier in 1956. The

driest year in

Bomber Bowl. See

you there!

GO BOMBERS!

will travel to Hobart

and we'll get a

rematch with the

Bearcats. Root for

the Bombers, Hobart

isn't that far.

GO BOMBERS!

Oklahoma was 1910

with a statewide average

of 19.04 inches. It

is difficult to say if

those records will

continue to be threatened

over the year’s

final four months, but

the return of La Nina

certainly increases

those odds. The latest

Seasonal Drought

Outlook released by

the CPC shows

drought persisting in

the state through

November with possible

improvement, but

not elimination, in

northern and east

central Oklahoma.


Frederick Leader Wednesday September 14, 2011 page 6

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clue

13. Do in, as a dragon

21. Transplant, in a

way

25. "2001" computer

28. Israel's Abba

29. '80s-'90s legal

drama

31. Adam's donation

32. Raw resource

33. Bummed out

35. Stripped bare?

36. Word before jacket

or insurance

38. Dallas hoopster,

for short

39. In the past

40. __ Aviv

43. Muslim's

destination

46. Above, in poesy

Published in the Frederick

Leader September 14, 2011

Davidson School Conducts

Child Find

Davidson Public Schools is

seeking information concerning

handicapped children who might

be eligible for educational services

from the school. Davidson

Public Schools is part of a joint

venture involving the Oklahoma

State Department of Education

to collect selected information on

developmentally, physically,

emotionally, and mentally handicapped

children, birth trough 21

years of age, for the purpose of

determining present and future

programs and placement needs.

The Bureau of Education for

the Handicapped has mandated

that public schools will be

responsible for the education of

all handicapped children aged 0-

21 regardless of their handicapping

condition. The State

Department of Education has

approved regulations to meet

minimum guidelines to implement

such services.

Davidson Public Schools is

asking for everyone’s help in

locating all unserved children. It

is the responsibility of the local

district to locate and refer all

receiving educational services

from the public school system.

An Interpreter will be provided if

needed.

It is the policy of the Davidson

Public Schools to provide equal

opportunities without regard to

race, color, national origin, religion,

sex, age, qualified handicap,

or veteran status in its educational

programs and activities.

This includes, but is not limited to

admissions, educational services,

financial aid, and employment.

Inquiries concerning application

of the policy may be

referred to the Office of the

Superintendent at Davidson

Public School, 500 S. Main,

Davidson, OK 73530, phone

580-568-2423. To refer a child

with a suspected handicap,

please call Sallie Young at the

Superintendent’s office at 580-

568-2423.

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47. Repetitive

49. __-Lorraine (region

of France)

52. Spoke like Daffy

Duck

53. "In __ and out ..."

54. As of now

56. Take as one's own

58. Hatchlings' homes

59. Author Ferber

60. John __ (the Lone

Ranger)

61. Got 100 on

63. Fashion mag

64. Scot's family


Tipton Tigers

go 2-0

The Tipton Tigers took on the Cement Bulldogs

last Friday night in Cement. Freshman Bryant

Flores (#23) took the opening kick-off back for

a touchdown. The first of three for the freshman

in the 46-0 Tipton Tiger win. The game

was called with 6:22 left in the 3rd quarter due

to the 45 point mercy rule. The Tigers will be

home this Friday night for the first home football

game against Thackerville with kickoff at

7:30. (Photo by Gray Canan)

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 10:30am

Complainant: Great

Plains Vo-Tech

Address: 2001 E.

Gladstone

Officer: Puentes

Location of Incident:

2001 E. Gladstone

Details: Responded

to 911 hang-up call.

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 10:33am

Complainant:

Frederick Memorial

Hospital

Address: 319 E.

Josephine

Officer: Sgt. Skinner

Location of Incident:

319 E. Josephine

Details: Responded

to 911 hang-up call

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 10:35am

Complainant: Kelsey

Carrico

Address: 121 S. 17th

Officer: Puentes

Location of Incident:

415 E. Gladstone

Details: Assisted the

public by unlocking

their vehicle

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 11:48am

Complainant: Tillman

County Ambulance

Service

Address: 319 E.

Josephine

Officer: Sgt. Skinner

Location of Incident:

124 N. 12th

Details: Assisted the

ambulance service

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 12:09am

Complainant: Jessica

Puentes

Address: 513 E.

Amethyst

Officer: Puentes

Location of Incident:

15th & Jasmine

Details: Responded

to a reckless driver in

a black Dodge pickup.

Upon arrival the

vehicle and driver

was located and the

driver advised that

they had just driven

around a parked vehicle.

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 1:56pm

Complainant: Prather

Brown School

Address: 211 S. 13th

Officer: Smith

Location of Incident:

211 S. 13th

Details: Responded

to a combative student.

The student

was turned over to

their parent.

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 5:55pm

Complainant: DNG

Address: DNG

Officer: Lt. Trim

Location of Incident:

1600 block of N. Main

Details: Report of a

possible intoxicated

driver driving a 99

Ford SUV. The vehicle

and driver was

located and sobriety

checked out to be

okay.

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 6:24pm

Complainant: Janie

Bunch

Address: 1124 E.

Gladstone

Officer: Lt. Trim

Location of Incident:

1124 E. Gladstone

Details: Reported a

missing juvenile. The

juvenile was located

at the Civic Center

Park a few minutes

later.

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 8:21pm

Complainant: Tillman

County Ambulance

Service

Address: 319 E.

Josephine

Officer: Lt. Trim

Location of Incident:

Tillman

county

Livestock

show

held this

past

weekend

Courtney Haynes

was just one of the

many exhibitors at

the fair held in

Frederick this past

weekend. Courtney is

a member of the

Frederick FFA

Chapter and the

daughter of Todd and

Amy Haynes.

See more results in

the next issue of the

Frederick Leader

319 E. Josephine

Details: Assisted the

ambulance service

with a person.

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 9:48pm

Complainant: Alco

Address: 1600 N.

Main

Officer: ACOP Neely

Location of Incident:

1600 N. Main

etails: Responded to

alarm at the business.

Date: Friday, 09-09-

11 Time: 11:15pm

Complainant: Jerry

Wilson

Address: 615 N. 13th

Officer: Segovia

Location of Incident:

1801 Flying Fortress

Details: Assisted the

public by unlocking

their vehicle

Date: Saturday, 09-

10-11 Time:

12:02am

Complainant: Hop &

Sack

Address: 415 E.

Gladstone

Officer: Hicks

Location of Incident:

415 E. Gladstone

Details: Responded

to a customer causing

problems. Upon

arrival the situation

was resolved.

Date: Saturday, 09-

10-11 Time:

12:51am

Complainant: Chris

Teague

Address: 207 N. 15th

Officer: Segovia

Location of Incident:

207 N. 15th

Details: Responded

to a prowler call.

Date: Saturday, 09-

10-11 Time:

1:23am

Complainant:

Rebekah Rodriquez

Address: 1106 N.

13th

Frederick Leader Wednesday September 14, 2011 page 8

Frederick Police Department Activity Report

Officer: Hicks

Location of Incident:

1106 N. 13th

Details: Report of an

open door

Date: Saturday, 09-

10-11 Time:

2:00am

Complainant: Tillman

County Ambulance

Service

Address: 319 E.

Josephine

Officer: Segovia

Location of Incident:

210 N. 14th

Details: Assisted the

ambulance service

Date: Saturday, 09-

10-11 Time:

1:50pm

Complainant: State

of Oklahoma

Address: Main &

Gladstone

Officer: Puentes

Location of Incident:

404 W. Mary

Details: Served an

outstanding warrant

on Jonathan Fobb

(39) and transported

him to the Tillman

County jail where he

was incarcerated.

Date: Saturday, 09-

10-11 Time:

4:55pm

Complainant:

Christina Menchaca

Address: 315 S. 13th

Officer: Lt. Trim

Location of Incident:

315 S. 13th

Details: Reported an

amell of smoke. Upon

arrival the area was

checked and located

people using a smoker.

Date: Saturday, 09-

10-11 Time:

9:12pm

Complainant:

Bernade Ledesma

Address: 218 S. 16th

Officer: Sgt. Duncan

Location of Incident:

200 block of S. 16th

Details: Report of

hearing strange

sounds. Upon the

area was checked

with negative contact.

Date: Sunday, 09-

11-11 Time:

7:35am

Complainant:

Frederick Fire

Department

Address: 124 S. 8th

Officer: Puentes

Location of Incident:

Civic Center Park

Details: Responded

to assist the fire

department on a

report of smoke coming

from the playground

equipment

area. Two people

were checked out

who were around the

playground equipment.

Date: Sunday, 09-

11-11 Time:

4:44pm

Complainant: Jeff

Moore

Address: Texas

Officer: Lt. Trim

Location of Incident:

127 S. 17th

Details: Request to

deliver an emergency

message to a local

resident.

Date: Sunday, 09-

11-11 Time:

5:41pm

Complainant: Dad’s

Convenience Store

Address: 516 S.

Main

Officer: Lt. Trim

Location of Incident:

516 S. Main

Details: Report of a

person in a tan Jeep

or Jimmy 4/dr left

without paying for

fuel.

Date: Sunday, 09-

11-11 Time:

7:04pm

Complainant: Connie

Minor Address: DNG

Officer: Sgt. Duncan

Location of Incident:

900 block of N. Main

Details: Responded

to a report of a

Caucasian male

standing in the middle

of the roadway. Upon

arrival, contact was

made with the person

who started to assault

Sgt. Duncan and was

arrested and later

transported to a

Mental Health Center

to be evaluated.

Date: Sunday, 09-

11-11 Time:

7:09pm

Complainant:

Christina Marshall

Address: DNG

Officer: Lt. Trim

Location of Incident:

800 block of S. 14th

Details: Responded

to a complaint of persons

riding 4-wheelers.

Upon arrival both

persons were arguing,

screaming at

each other causing a

disturbance. Both of

them were written

citations for Creating

a Disturbance.

Date: Monday, 09-

12-11 Time:

1:18am

Complainant: Tillman

County Ambulance

Service

Address: 319 E.

Josephine

Officer: Hicks

Location of Incident:

708 S. 14th

Details: Responded

to assist the ambulance

personnel on an

individual who was

having an asthma

attack. They were

transported to the

hospital by ambulance.

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