David Holloway President
6889 SW Timber Lane Rd.
The contents of the ChatterBox ranges from worthless to priceless.
It’s filled with news and nonsense,
fact and fiction, insight, hindsight and oversight.
Included in most issues are my thoughts on anything and everything -
Entitled - “Rambling On.”
Each issue contains birthdays and anniversaries for that month, business advertisements,
Births and deaths, jokes, church, school and community news and coming events.
Hours 8:00-12:00 1:00-5:00 - Weekdays
Mail P.O. Box 165
Chattanooga, OK 73528
CO-OP Services, Inc.
In August 2001 the Co-op opened new fuel pumps on the highway.
The pumps are card operated and accept 13 different cards.
They supply three grades of gasoline and highway and farm diesel.
Kenny Kinder is currently the manager and has been for 10 plus years.
CO-OP Services, Inc.
Family Hair & Nails
Joy & Client Lonnie & Joy Clifton
Joy opened her salon in April of 1998.
Her full service salon offers beauty care from head to toe for the entire family.
Joy’s shop is the only full time salon in Chattanooga at this time.
She carries a full line of brand name hair and nail products plus gifts and jewelry.
Also this little spot has tanning beds and exercise equipment.
Joy’s Salon is located at Third & Madison
3rd & Tyler
Vivian & Tina Garza
580-597-2259 or 580-704-0991
Janice Kinder, CPA
Janice Bessemer Kinder offers tax service to all the area folks.
Her office is located at her home at 204 4th Street.
It’s a family matter as Leroy & Ann Geis along with son Mark
Own and operate the L & L Farm Supply and the L & L Tire Shop.
Ann, Leroy & Mark Geis,
L & L Farm Supply / Tire Shop
580-597-6657 or 580-335-1223
My Place is a lounge where you can enjoy cold beer and friendly folks, chased with some good old country music. Stick around and enjoy pool and darts and maybe even a game of dominoes. Della Timms Stucky first opened the business March 25, 1989 in the building under the Masonic Lodge. December 6, 2000, the business relocated to 8th and Taylor.
Jeff Ochsner is a one man team that does it all,
ponds, terraces, grubbing and clearings.
Post Master - Carol Mortensen
Founded in May 1998, The 3rd Opinion has been dedicated to specializing in providing the highest quality natural supplements. Mary Schrick founded the company with the intent of helping people. As so, she began her journey with her health talk radio shows and by developing her own line of products. She wanted to be certain people were getting precisely as she told them. She started the company with the support of her family, and it continues to be a family endeavor today.
Tillman County Rural Water District # 1
The office of the Tillman Rural Water District # 1 moved to Chattanooga July of 2000.
Ricky Strecker, Manager Kim Morrison Borden, Secretary
Tri County Gin produced its first bale October 23, 1979
At the time of construction the Gin was owned by area stockholders including;
J.W. Bohl, Jimmie Stover, Calvin Strecker, L.D. Due - Grandfield, Harrison King- Walters,
Lewis Payne and Johnnie Goodknight.
The Gin is located 2 miles south and 1 west of the L & L Tire Shop. (Big Ben)
The Tri County Gin equipment leaves the cotton completely free of impurities.
The gin was the first to be constructed in Comanche County in 50 years.
Glen Sledge, Manager, said the gin had the capacity of 20 bales per hour.
Other managers through the years were Don Robison, Charles Anderson and the current
Manager - Craig Bolton.
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