Clipped From The Corpus Christi Caller-Times
WED 76 YEARS Two Many/ Couple Says Â· SNYDER, Okla, (31 -- Two Celebrations Celebrations in one hot summer are too much, says a Kiowa County couple who observed their 7Sth wedding anniversary today. A little over a jnonlh ago," neighbors neighbors helped the husband, \V. A. (Uncle Bunch) Fullingim, celebrate celebrate his 100th birthday with a stag party at the home of a son. today's quiet occasion. Fullingim and his 95-year-old wife Annie are natives of Texas. He was born in Clarksville, in 1855 and she was horn in Decatur, Texas, four years later. They were married in Denton, Texas, in 1879. They crossed into southwest! Oklahoma in the lS90s and carved Only the family was invited t o l a cattle domain in the of the Wichita Mountains,- j FuHIngim is believed Oklaho-| ma's oldest active rancher. He joys visitors and- journeys into! town occasionally to keep track! Scouters Meeting Set *n i rn ^Â»v ror Au. 19 Adult leaders in the L a g u n a Madre District of Boy Scouts ot America will hold a Scoutcr's night and barbecue Aug. 19. The event-- to be held at 6:30 p.m. at St. Luke's M e t h o d i s t Church, 3151 Reid Drive -- is open to every registered Scouter in the of acquaintances. The observance at the ranch} home today included a daughter,! Mrs. Madge Walker, Altus. two sons, Frank and Will, who live nearby; and three grand- j children. j Fullingim and his wife have j their own recipe for a long happy married life. j "I don't worry, and she does," district. he explained. "And it works fine that way."