Probate


(40882)

NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 940 003723

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: DLB Oil Gas, Inc. Relief Sought: Spacing. Legal Description: Section 5, Township 21 North, Range 9 West of the IM, Major 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 Major County, Oklahoma, including the following: Ruth E. Armstrong; Donald F. Atchley, a/k/a Donald Atchley; Emmett Atchley; Ora Atchley; Atlantic Richfield Company; Lawrence Baker; Lou Emily Banks; Forrest C. Blackstock, as Trustee of the Blackstock Family Trust; H.L. Blackstock; Harry L. Blackstock, Jr.; Boatmen's First National Bank of Oklahoma, as Co-Trustee of the Mary Evans Greenshields Trust; Boatmen's First National Bank of Oklahoma, successor to First National Bank and Trust Company of Oklahoma City, OK, as Co-Trustee of the Carl S. Ford Grandaughter's Trusts D, E and F created U/W of Carl S. Ford; Boatmen's First National Bank of Oklahoma, successor to First National Bank and Trust Company of Oklahoma City, OK, as Trustee U/W of Donald H. Lycan; California Institute of Technology; Dorothy Cartmill, as Trustee of the Dorothy E. Cartmill Revocable Trust U/A dated 5-11-89; John Cartmill; John Cartmill, as Trustee of the Dorothy E. Cartmill Revocable Trust U/A dated 5-11-89; Chemical Bank, as Trustee of the Betty Pepis Estate; Chemical Bank, New York, as Trustee FBO Cathy Pepis Michelman Elliott; Phyllis Childress; Willa Jean Chitwood; Cities Service Oil and Gas Corporation; Vera Coffin; A.L. Cook; E.D. Cook; Flossie I. Cook, a/k/a Flossie Irene Cook; John A. Cook; Mildred Duke Cribett; Cross Timbers Oil Company, L.P.; Cross Timbers Royalty Trust A; Helen Jane Curry; Walter S. Curry, as Trustee of the Helen J. Curry Revocable Trust; R. Hosken Damon, a/k/a R. Hoskin Damon; George D. Davis; Jack Dearing; Jessie Dearing; Devon Energy Corporation; Devon Energy Partners, a limited partnership; Audrey Dietz; Charles F. Doornbos, as Trustee of the Charles F. Doornboos Revocable Trust UTA dated 8-1-90; Kathy Dorl; Asher Dreyfus, Jr., as Trustee under the Lynn and Betsy Dreyfus Trust dated 5-11-70; Cora Duke; Eldridge Duke; Floyd Duke; Ruby L. Duke; Farm Credit Bank of Wichita; Farmers Home Administration; The Federal Land Bank of Wichita; Blanche Ferguson; Herbert Ferguson; William Douglas Ford, as Trustee of the William Douglas Ford Family Trusts A, B and C created U/W of Carl S. Ford; William Douglas Ford, as Co-Trustee of the Carl S. Ford Grandaughter's Trusts D, E and F created U/W of Carl S. Ford; Trustee of the William Ford Family Trust; Foster Petroleum Corporation; Laura Jo Genaro; M.A. Genaro, a/k/a M.A. Genard; Michael Genaro, Jr.; Virginia Sue Genaro; Mary W. Greenshields; H B Production, Inc.; Olivia Heath; Helmerich and Payne, Inc.; H. Huffman Co., a limited partnership; V.A. Isaacs and Associates, Inc., a Colorado corporation; Edranelle Johnson; Opal Johnson, a/k/a Opal T. Johnson; W.F. Johnson; Wayne H. Johnson; William C. Johnson; Zelma Lee Johnson; Delilah D. Jones; F.D. Jones; Delores Kenhamer; Ladd Petroleum Corporation; Cynthia Genaro LaMorticella; Dorothy T. Laughbaum; Liberty Bank Trust of Tulsa, successor to The First National Bank and Trust of Tulsa, as Trustee of the Krieter-Meissner-Hackbarth Trust a/k/a K-M-H Trust; Lavella Ann Loges; Zeola B. Mallard; O.W. March, a/k/a Oscar W. March; DeLores Mason, a/k/a DeLores Fay Mason; Pat Mason, a/k/a Ova Pat Mason; Karen McCombs; Patricia S. Medcalf; R.D. Medcalf; Winifred L. Medcalf; NCNB Texas, as Trustee of the Myer A. Rabinowitz Trust; Houston H. Nichols; Albena S. Overfelt; Arley R. Overfelt; Claude Overfelt; Iva I. Overfelt; Jerry D. Overfelt; Violet Overfelt; OXY USA, Inc.; Carol E. Myers, now Pearce, a/k/a Carl Winingsnee Myers; Personal Representative of the Betty Pepis Estate; M. …

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