Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


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NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 143,782

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: DSM Exploration, Inc. Relief Sought: Spacing. Legal Description: All of Sections 25 and 26, Township 13 North, Range 1 West, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, and more particularly: David C. Cook, Guardian of David Thomas Cook, a minor; E. Keith Cooper; Carol Ann Magness; Margaret Elizabeth Krieger a/k/a Margaret Elizabeth Rippeto Krieger; Mary Louise Flaim; Alice Pauline Littleken; John B. Martin and wife, Margaret Makins Martin; Edward F. Martin and wife, Joanne B. Martin; Randall R. Smith; AD ASTRA Foundation, an Oklahoma Non-profit Corporation; Blair Royalties, Ltd. an Oklahoma Limited Partnership; Bessie Putney; Earl Wayne Whitney, Jr.; Key Enterprises, Inc.; William E. Daughtery, Jr.; George Carver; Harry Carver; Par Oil Company, Inc.; David C. Cook; Estate of Edythe S. Whitney, P-73-176, Ponotoc County; Menor Whitney Company, a Partner- ship; Lammy Alfred Weisman; Michael Alan Weisman; Daniel Marc Weisman; Grace Tolford; B.F. Million; Margaret R. Patee; Dayne G. Smith; Maxine Doris Smith Weaver; Curtis W. Smith; The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation; The Oklahoma City Chapter of the American Red Cross; The Salvation Army; Morgan Ferrill; Grover Pendleton; Frances Beattie; H. L. Pickett and Mary C. Pickett; R.G. Eaton; Myrtle Lucille Brown; Phil A. Boucherie; Boyd Sniden; Helen Marie Snyder; James C. Powers; Howard R. Powers; The First Interstate Bank of Oklahoma, N.A., in Trust for Betty L. Buxton; The First Interstate Bank of Oklahoma, N.A., in Trust for Virgina L. Murdock; The First National Bank & Trust Company of Tulsa, as Trustee of the William F. Martin Blind Trust dated 5-24-83; Martin William Joyce, II; Elizabeth Ruth Joyce Berg; Jack Brosseau; C.W. Hardy; Helen A. Joyce; Patricia Peter Gambulos; Mary Betty Taylor; The Liberty National Bank & Trust Company of Oklahoma City, Trustee for Alice J. Hyde; The Oklahoma Eye Foundation, Inc. (Dean A. McGee Eye Institute); L.W. Kilfoy; R. R. Massie and wife, B. L. Massie; The First Interstate Bank of Oklahoma, N.A., in Trust for William Dowell Chisum; Bank of Oklahoma, N.A., as Trustee for St. George's Greek Orthodox Church in Oklahoma City; S. M. J. Trust; Norvell Royalty Co., Inc.; Estate of J.H. Goff; Winnie O. Winn; Robert Harrison Winn, Jr.; Jack Winn; Marvin T. Gates and Florence R. Gates; Rae Kile; Moorman P. Prosser and Margaret Hoy Prosser; Ernest M. Radford; Margaret Mary Martin; City National Bank & Trust Company, Administrator of the Estate of Missouri Ellen White; Bertha Adams; C.P. Creamer; Louise T. Carum, now Maloy; Lester O. Sparks and Cecilia M. Sparks; Melba Brown and L.Z. Brown; Alma Lee Johnson and Russel B. Johnson; Dale Hinman; David B. Putnam and Martha Putnam; Carl McCoin and Vivian McCoin; Juanita McCoin; Eugene Richard McCoin and Billie J. McCoin; Leslie Neal McCoin and Norma Jean McCoin; J. Darryl Putnam; Michael D. Putnam; Jo Ann Fesler; Betty Jane Ivie; Thomas G. Parkhurst and Linda Kay Parkhurst; Donna Louise Fuller; Jacklyn Tuttle; Gerald P. Martin a/k/a Jerry P. Martin; Leo Joseph Martin; Mary Margaret Martin; Samuel J. Martin and Florence Martin; Frances Ziegler and wife, Mary Ziegler; John P. Carroll and wife, Ann Carroll; Sonat Exploration Company; Leslie Gunn and wife, Ruby Gunn; Mary P. Adams; Ann Patrick a/k/a Anna Patrick; Pauline Patrick; Daniel K. Waring; Bill V. Dean and Mary Lou Dean; Ella Mobley; Gerald Mobley and Margaret Mobley; Nancy Kuno; Aetna Life Insurance Company; Carl Henry Kunkel and Jeanette Grace Kunkel; J. …

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