Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(99908) NOTICE OF HEARING Cause CD No. 162931 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Hondo Oil & Gas Company. Relief Sought: Drill- ing and Spacing Units. Land Covered: Section 5, Township 21 North, Range 9 West, Major County, Oklahoma.

THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living, or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators,& successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Unknown Successors, Devisees, and Heirs to the Estate of Davis F. Armstrong, deceased; Ruth Armstrong; Unknown Successors, Devisees, and Heirs to the Estate of Emmet Atchley, deceased; Ora Atchley; Donald F. Atchley; Lawrence Baker; NCNB Texas National Bank, Trustee under that certain Cross Timbers Royalty Trust Indenture dated February 12, 1991; Emily Lou Banks; Forest C. Blackstock, Jr., Trustee of the Blackstock Family Trust; Boatmen's First National Bank of Oklahoma City, Agent for the William D. Ford Family Trust A, B & C; Boatmen's First National Bank of Oklahoma City, Trustee of the Revoca- ble Trust of Mary Evans Greenfield; William Douglas Ford, Trustee of the William Douglas Ford Family Trust A, B, & C; California Institute of Technol- ogy; Dorthy E. Cartmill and John C. Cartmill, Trustees of the Revocable Inter Vivos Trust of Dorothy E. Cartmill Trust under agreement dated May 11, 1989; Chemical Bank, as Trustee for the Benefit of Cathy Pepis Michaelman, now Elliott, a/k/a Cathy Elliott; Phyllis Childress; Willa Jean Chitwood; Citgo Petroleum Corporation; Vera Coffin; A.L. Cook; E.D. Cook; Cross Timbers Oil Company; Stephen Walter Curry, as Personal Representative of Helen Jane Curry, Deceased, 88-1487; D & J Oil Company; D & J Oil Company, Inc.; R. Hosken Damon; Unknown Successors, Devisees, and Heirs to the Estate of George D. Davis; George D. Davis; Unknown Successors, Devisees, and Heirs to the Estate of Jack Dearing; Willis R. Dearing; Audrey Dietz; David H. Donaldson; Charles F. Doornbos, Trustee of the Charles F. Doornbos Revocable Trust under Trust Agreement dated August 1, 1990; Kathy Dorl; Asher Dreyfus, Jr., Trustee under the Lynn & Betsy Dreyfus Trusts; Floyd Duke; Unknown Successors, Devisees, and Heirs to Estate of Eldridge Duke, deceased; Ruby Duke; Unknown Suc- cessors, Devisees and Heirs to the Estate of Cora Duke, deceased; Enid Produc- tion Company; Farm Credit Bank of Wichita; Unknown Successors, Devi- sees, and Heirs to Estate of Herbert Ferguson, deceased; Blanche Scott Ferguson; Jeanette Flowers; First& National Bank and Trust Company of Tulsa, Trustee of the Krieter-Meissner- Hackbarth Trust, a/k/a K-M-H Trust; William Douglas Ford and Boatmen's First National Bank of Oklahoma City, Co-Trustees of the Carl S. Ford Grand- daughters Trusts D, E & F created under the will of Carl S. Ford, Deceased; Unknown Successors, Devisees and Heirs to the Estate of M.A. Genero, deceased; H. Huffman & Co., LP; H & B Production, Inc.; Olivia Heath; Helmerich & Payne; Opal Johnson; Wayne H. Johnson; William C. John- son; Unknown Successors, Devisees and Heirs to the Estate of F. (Frank) D. Jones, deceased; Lavella Ann Loges; O.W. March; Kirk P. Mason; Ova Pat Mason and Delores Faye Mason, Joint Tenants; Karen Dorl McCombs;& Winfred L. Medcalf & Patricia S. …

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