Washita Valley Weekly

Page 2   Washita Valley Weekly “My Community Magazine” May 18, 2022 God Bless America 100.1 FM & 91.5 FM For the best music this side of heaven Spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ One Song at a Time! “We appreciate your business” Aluminum Trailer Repair Campers - Slideouts - Lights - Generators AC & Common Repairs Rehme Manufacturing, Inc. 100 Cherokee - Marlow, Ok 580-658-2414 ‘Call or Drop by for a Quote’ Carol Howell- Sunday Morning @ 10:30am David Howell -Sunday night @ 7:00pm Also Monday & Tuesday Night at 7:00pm Special Guest: National Jazz & Gospel Recording Artist Jermain Mondain (Sunday Night Only) 4092 Norge Rd. Chickasha, OK 405-320-0055 Revival Is Coming May 22 thru May 24 David Howell Marietta “Rita” Ellouise Davis ...  Rita Davis, 83, of Chickasha, was born the daughter of Joseph and Ellabe Luttrull on January 9, 1939 in Vera, OK. She died May 12, 2022 in Chickasha. Funeral service for Rita was held Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at Southern Oaks Church of Christ. Ron Blankinship officiated.  Rita was raised in the Oklahoma panhandle near Guymon and graduated from Gruver High School in Gruver, TX. She came to Chickasha in 1975 after the death of her children’s father, Gordon Olsen. She worked for the law firm of Don Ferguson and Don Horn before going to work at Oklahoma National Bank and finally Midfirst Bank. Though she retired in July, 2005 after 26 years of service, she was still working part time at the Clinic Pharmacy.    Rita was a beloved member of Southern Oaks Church Of Christ. She not only served as a Sunday School teacher but she worked in the food pantry and helped with the youth in Leadership Training for Christ. Rita was loved by everyone in her church family and her community.  She was preceded in death by her parents Joseph and Ellabe Luttrull; brother Earl “Buck” Luttrull, Grandson William Trey Taylor and her first husband Gordon Olsen.  She is survived by her husband of 40 years Gary Davis; daughter Tanja Wilks of Choctaw, OK; son Jody Olsen of Middleburg, OK; sister Frances Alberty of Dumas, TX; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  Interment was in the Fairlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are with McRay Funeral Home. James Earl Daughtry ...  James Earl Daughtry was born August 1, 1977, in Chickasha, OK to James Earl Smith and Helen Marie Robinson. James passed away on Saturday, April 30, 2022, in Blanchard, OK at the age of 44.  Memorial Service were held on Saturday, May 14, 2022, at Shepherd Street Christian Church, Chickasha, OK.  James grew up in Chickasha and attended Chickasha Public Schools. While he was in High School James met the love of his life and High School sweetheart, Tish Williams. Together they had five children. After High School, they moved to the city where they would raise their family together. James ran his own janito- rial business and was a very successful cook. When Tish passed in 2015, James also took on the role of full-time dad and raising their five children.  James loved the Pittsburgh Steelers, and OU Sooners, he also taught himself how to play the guitar. He loved cooking for his family, they never knew what he might whip up in the kitchen next. James especially loved watching his children play sports. James also enjoyed playing dominos (bones) with his family. James always stayed the same and was quite the jokester.  James is survived by his children: James Antwan Williams, Jalon Malek Williams, Jamarion Anthony Williams, Jacorey Lee Williams, Jamela Lashay Williams, mother Helen Marie Robin- son, brothers: Ken Lavon Robinson, Kevin Darnell Nacoste, Keith Rondale Daughtry, Paul Dewayne Daughtry, sister Gina Delonda Daughtry, as well as many others.  He is preceded in death by his wife, Tish Williams, cousins, Charles “Chucky” Brown, Jeff Craine, Tonya McKinney, and other family members. Death Notices Memorials Complet with pict posted o ww 904 County Rd. 1310 ~For 41 Years~ Women’s retreat set for October  A women’s retreat is scheduled for mid-October at Oakridge Christian Camp and Retreat Center located just west of Anadarko overlooking the Washita River valley.  Kimberly Tilley of Kim- berly Tilley Ministries will lead the retreat which promises four days and three nights of fresh air, fellowship, praise and worship and fun and games.  The women’s only retreat begins on Thursday, Oc- tober 20th with check-in as early as 3 pm and activi- ties at 6 pm. Friday and Saturday will be filled with activities and campers will be dismissed after noon on Sunday.  Some of the programs for the event features study- ing to discover how to start moving forward after feeling stuck, living in fear or unable to shake the past when every thing around you seems to be crum- bling and how God can help relieve these obstacles to a better life.  Cost for the event is $125 and registration needs to be completed by Tuesday May 31st. A pre-ordered tee-shirt is $25. Space is limited so it is important to contact and reserve a place in the event. Register on line at www.oadridgecamp.com/.  Kimberly Tilly is a wife, mother, grandmother and teaches Bible studies and continues to take classes under other Bible Scholars. She is married to Jimmy Tilley and they own several businesses and have about 400 employees. She retired from The Tilley Group in 2016 to return to her calling of being a Bible teacher.  She currently serves on the boards of several non- profit organizations that respect life and the better- ment thereof.  Tilley says on her websute “I believe that everyone should have a 30 second story of who they are, here is mine, “Accepted Jesus as my savior at the age of nine, met the man of my dreams at the age of 18, got pregnant, had to tell mom and dad, got married, had first of three babies at 19, we didn’t have two nickels to rub together, but God has blessed us, and here we are”. . Kimberly Tilley 8th-9th Grade Food Camp at USAO  Applications are open for Science & Arts’ residen- tial food camp for 8th- and 9th-grade students.  Eighth- and ninth-grade students can learn about where food comes from and how it got there during the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma’s free, five-day, residential food camps, which will be held June 20-24 and July 11-15 this year.  Under the guidance of Dr. Jeannette Loutsch, pro- fessor of biology, campers will follow the progress of food from the garden to the kitchen to the pantry. They will learn fundamental cooking techniques as well as the science behind how and why these tech- niques create delicious flavors.  “This camp is an extremely hands-on approach to dealing with food and the processing of food,” said Loutsch. “Students will get an introduction to the sci- ence behind rising bread, the nutrients in food and the presence of proteins in samples of fish. We will also visit local farms and farmers’ markets to collect pro- duce. This camp is an invaluable experience for the campers because they live on campus and get a taste of college life, and most importantly, they to take home all the goodies they have made in camp to share with family!”  Applications can be found at usao.edu/food- camp or contact Loutsch at 405-512-8330 and leave a message for more information. ignored’ in order to get the highest number of inmates possible onto commutation dockets. The governor described the commutations as giving non-violent, low-level offenders a second chance.  The move came after the governor appointed three new members to the pardon and parole board.  Prior to the new members taking office, the panel rejected a commutation request for Anderson in 2019. That decision should have prevented Anderson from applying for commutation again for three years. How- ever, he was able to do so within just a few months after the new parole board members took office - and the group twice voted in Anderson’s favor.  The grand jury criticized the governor for putting improper political pressure on his appointees and that the action was grossly improper.  The grand jury also reported that at least one high-level member of the administrative staff became aware of Anderson’s case being placed on the pardon and parole docket in error - and that it was found early enough that it could have been easily corrected. However, a decision was made by an unidentified individual to not bring the error to the attention of the pardon and parole board or the governor.  A statement from the governor’s office called the grand jury report ‘the latest in a string of unfounded hit jobs by the Oklahoma County district attorney and other political insiders’. ‘Grand Jury’ continued from Page 1 165 MPH in a 75  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Forest White was running radar on the H.E. Bailey Turnpike in Cotton County on Thursday, May 12, when a Dodge Challenger Hellcat locked his radar at 165 mph. The speed limit in 75 mph on the turnpike.  “This is extremely dangerous,” OHP officials said of the speed the motorist was driving.  The driver was issued a $449 ticket and his driv- ing privileges have been suspended..  David Howell will be the visiting evangelist at a revival to be held at the Cowboy Country Church beginning on Sunday night May 22 and continuing Monday and Tuesday.  David’s father, Carol (Pop) Howell will open the revival services on Sunday Morning.  “Expect great services with music and praise with these two men,” said Pastor Lynn Walkier. Cowboy Country Church Revival   Facts About Chickasha  The population of Chickasha is 16,053 and the workforce in Grady County is 25,573. The cost of living in Grady County is 13.3 percent lower than the nation as a whole. The estimated median house value in Chickasha is $92,305 compared to Oklahoma City at $165,700 and Dallas at $231,400.

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