Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


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NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 141,886

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Kraker Petroleum Corporation. Relief Sought: Pooling. Legal Description: Section 24, Township 9 North, Range 25 East, LeFlore 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 LeFlore County, Oklahoma, and more particularly Helen Isaac Whisenhurt; Billie Leon Permenter & Wilma M. Permenter; Billy Permenter & Rose Permenter; Forrest D. Barnes; Elvertt Permenter & Debra D. Permenter; Martha K. Black; Mary Harper; Joel D. Saulsberry; Housing Authority of Choctaw Nation; Sinie Cobb Ohler; M.L. Cook & Bonnie Cook; Monroe Permenter & Ruth B. Permenter; Howard M. Redwine; Thelma Young; Carl N. Smith & Ora L. Smith; B.H. Wiedower & Lillie Wiedower; Darrell Wayne Coffey; The Estate of Bess A. Jones, Dec. and all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns; Doris Plummer & Robertt Plummer; Milburne Kilgore & Sonja Kilgore; Gene G. Williamson & Ruth Williamson; Roy Lowe & Shirley Lowe; Louise Ulmer & Joe T. Ulmer; Garry W. Jones & Karen F. Jones; J. C. Babb & Robbie Lee Babb; J.C. Babb & Robbie Lee Babb; Jere Dean Fisher & Mona Jo Fisher; J.H. Greenwood & Elsie Greenwood; Exie Shaw; Robert Cusick & Mary Cusick; United Methodist Church; Genelle C. Harlan; Willard Smith & Margaret Smith; Jamie L. Ward; Billy E. Lynch & Rostell Ann Lynch; Loretta Sullins; Jessie I. Moore Vanderwall; Carrie A. Brady; Bill Don Blankenship & Angela Gail Blankenship; John R. Redwine, Jr.; Jeffrey W. Fisher; John T. McKinney & Rejeania R. McKinney; Helen Delois Simmons; Willis S. Ferrell & Lois M. Ferrell; Pearl Gist & Harold W. Gist; Willie Casey; Inice Kathryn Cruz; Ernest T. Stout, Jr. & Laura B. Stout; Janice L. Corley & Mack J. Corley; James Edwin Stout & Brenda Stout; Robert L. Redwine a/k/a Robert L. Redwine, Jr. & Vermelle Redwine; Juanita Woodruff; William George Champion; Joseph J. Olejaszewski & Margaret Pauline Parks; Jessie Juanita McClain a/k/a Jessie Woodruff; R.H. Cloud & Joyce Pauline; Bulah Marie Smith & Billy Wayne Smith; James F. Parham & R. Melba Parham; Effie Bell Brasher, a/k/a Effie Brasher Hurst; Arron Malachi Collins & June Collins; Joann McWhirter; Marvin L. Morton & Betty J. Morton; Darvin L. Evans & Carol G. Evans; George Ollie's Lumber Company, Inc.; Charles S. Holt & Zoe Holt & Betsy Holt Altman; Ernest T. Stout, Jr. & Laura B. Stout; Effie Brasher Hurst & George Hurst; O.E. Cogburn & Hester Cogburn; Karen Wood; B.L. Hull; Gene Harper & Mary Harper; Dean Moore, Lucille Aday, & Murphy Moore; Lillian L. Schuster; George Moore & Zela Moore; Floyd R. Johnson & Shirley Johnson; William J. McWhirter; Guy Evans & Orpha Evans; Thomas Allen Lovell & Judith K. Lovell; Elmer Hanna & Artie Hanna; Randy E. Spradley & Peggy J. Spradley a/k/a Peggy Jane Manus; Fay Parker; Charles M. Clouse & Shirley E. Clouse; F.C. Asher; O.B. Cogburn; Daivd a/k/a David W. Garner & Nancy I. Garner; Connie Sue Hall & Irene Hall; D.F. Rowland, Elmer Pruitt, Irma Brown local Trustees for the Church of God of Prophecy; Mary Elizabeth Maier; Vernon Smith & Lena Smith; David J. Perry & Pamela Perry; Gene Higgins; Marion Lowrimore & Rosie Lowrimore; Kenneth W. Moody & Rhonda F. Moody; Donald W. King c/o Comanche Co. Probate P-78-222 or Attorney, Ashton & Ashton; Myrtle Mae King c/o Comanche Co. Probate P-78-222 or Attorney, Ashton & Ashton; Gene Harper & Mary Harper c/o Comanche Co. Probate P-78-

222 or Attorney, Ashton & Ashton; John W. Leflore & Belinda Leflore; Granvel Pinion & Mable Pinion; James G. & Mable L. Pinion; Genelle Harlan; Dean Moore, Murphy Moore, George Moore & Lucille Aday; Gene N. Hope & Laverne C. Hope; Gene Fuller; David L. Hope & Mark W. Hope; Calvin D. …

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