Big Basin Herald from Muldrow, Oklahoma on June 26, 1969 · Page 6
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Big Basin Herald from Muldrow, Oklahoma · Page 6

Muldrow, Oklahoma
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Thursday, June 26, 1969
Page 6
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MmmfAST! MISS KAREN FOUTS Miss K aren Fouts To ^5?e4 X^m S mith The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss ' Karen Fouts to Tom Smith is being njade known by her parents, Mr, and Mrs, R.G. Fouts of Muldrow. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold, E. Smith, also of Muldrow. July 18, at 8:00 p.m. is the date set for the wedding. Marriage vows will be said at the Muldrow Assembly of God Church, ROY CANTRELL'S HAVE GUESTS Sunday guest in the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cantrell home were: Mrs. Cantrell's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Horn and children, Deanna and Johnny of Redondo Beach, California, mother and brother of Stilwell, Mrs. Irene Adair and Scottie Adair. Overnight guest was Ronnie Redden of Fort Smith, Arkansas. with Rev. Ray flood officiating. The bride elect is a junior at Muldrow High School. Her fiance is a 1969 graduate of Muldrow High School and }is planning to attend Westark Jr. College this fall. A blanket invitation is extended to all friends and relatives of the couple, to attend both the wedding and reception. REUNION TO BE HELD FOR THE d LASS OF 1944 This is a ^ reminder to a 11 who received letters that our reunion banquet will be held Friday, June 27, 7:30 p.m. at the Town and Country Restaurant, Fort Smith. Ort Saturday night, June 28, a picnic will be held at Dyer Park near-Muldrow. Robbie Cherry, President Trudy Kelton, Secretary 1 DOES YOUR INSURANCE INCLUDE FIRE DEPARTMENT SERVICE CHARGE „j£»yeu-ii-ve- outside-the -eity--lifflits--©rtlres towtrorMuidrtrw;" the charge «i^ department- seFVice-is $100.00. This charge can be included in your present coverage for $2.00 per year. Contact your insurance agent. j Mdb ra y Insura nee Agency EASTERN HEIGHTS SHOPPING CENTER FOR RENT: Furnished apart- RUMMAGE SALE: Jr. Methodist ment. Call 776-3970 or\see Lola MYF, Saturday, June 28 thru McGehee. 51-3tc j u ty 3. Two doors south of Post Office. 52-ltc DKJHTHS MRS. TENNIE WA RRINGTON Funeral services were held Saturday in Claremore, Okla-o noma for Mrs. Tennie Warrington. She was 96 years of age. Mrs. Warrington was born Majr 29, 1872 and was a resident of" the GanS - Redland area until making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Ettie Tincup of Claremore. . . ' «• Mrs. Warrington is survived by a sister, Mrs. Victoria Goodman, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Norman of Muldrow. Mrs. Goodman was 100 years young on January 18, 1969. JAMES HUNTER BARROW ... James Hunter Barrow of Mulr drow, Oklahoma, passed away Friday morning, June 20, 1969, after a long illness. v Mr. Barrow was a life-long resident of Muldrow, having been born March 25, 1886, in what was then the Indian Territory. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and Bruton (Ma sonic) Lodge; and was a well- known farmer and cattleman until Ms retirement a few years ago due to his poor health. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob E. Barrow, who wereMul- drow's oldestandmostprominent- pioneers until the time of their decease. They helped, to organize the first school and Methodist Church of Muldrow. -His father, Jake Barrow (as he was known) was a partner with T. H. Nak- dimen of Fort Smith, who organized the first First National Bank of Muldrow. His mother, remembered to all as "Aunt Jennie" Barrow, was a Guriter and a member of a prominent Cherokee family and a descendant of Chief John ; Ross. Services for James Hunter Barrow were at 2:00 p.m., Monday, June 23, 1969, at the First Methodist Church of Muldrow, Oklahoma, with ReV. Charles Wilson, pastor, and Rev. Byrdn Cravens. Fort Smith, conducting the service. Interment, after a brief service by the Bruton Lodge, No. 30 was at 1 Memorial far- dens at Muldrow. Mr. Barrow is survived by his widow, Mrs. J.H. Barrow, of the home; one son, Edward J. Barrow, Muldrow; two daughters, Mrs. Louis (Evalena)Tuell, Huntington Beach, California, and Ida Mae Barrow of Tulsa and Muldrow; one brother, Cicero Barrow, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Fargo, both of Muldrow; several grandchildren and several nieces and nephews, and many friends. Pallbearers were Hubert Bethel, Cyrus Fears, John Gunter, Andy Calloway, A.J. Jeremiah and Dean Shackelford. Honorary Pallbearers will be members of the Bruton Masonic Lodge. Putnam Funeral Home of Fort Smith 7 were in charge of arrangements. FOR SALE: Lafayette HB 222 C, B. radio. $65.00, bfest offer, or will trade for .work car. Inquire at 203 W. Front St. 52-3tp A. NOTICE: For Studio Girl Cosmetics and Helen Curtis Wiglets, Contact Helen Price, Box 115, <RqJand,, Oklahoma. "PORTABLE WELDING" Reasonable rates. Call 776-4577, Muldrow. 43-tfn WILL DO BABYSITTING: During the daytime. Call 776-4185. ' 50-3tp LOST OR STOLEN: White face cow and calf. Branded on right hip'with W.G. Call 776-4251. 51-3tc LOST: Red and white face bull calf, 1 year old, weighs about 450 pounds.. Reward. If found , contact Kenneth Rhodes. Call 776-3857. X 51-3tp Surprise Pink And Blue Shower Honors Mrs. Ronnie Jeremiah As a coujtesy to Mrs. Ronnie Jeremiah a surprise pink and blue shower was given Monday evening, June 23 at the O.C. Flanagan home. Hostesses were Mrs. Bobby PrewettrMrs. Jerry Prewett and Mrs, O.C. Flanagan. t The gift table and serving tables were decorated in a lovely baby carriage theme. Cake and punch were served to the following: Mrs. Ray Peters, Mrs. Everett Hixson, Mrs. Joe Prewett, Mary and Kathy Peterst Mrs. Ray Blaylock? Mrs. Willard Owens, Mrs. Bill Rhodes. Mrs. U.D. Cherry, Jr., Mrs. Troy Haggard, the honoree, and the hostesses. Those sending gifts were Mrs. Viv Montgomery, Mrs. Eddie Ogdon, Mrs. Ocie>"P-rewett. Mrs. James Roe, Pam Hixson, Mrs. Gene Emberton and Carolyn, Mrs. Ronnie Vest, Mrs. Aubrey Henshaw,. Mrs. Doug Allen, Mr ( s. Stanley jLooper, Mrs. Harvell Allen, Mrs. Opel Duggins and Mrs. Gene Osburn. In Virginia a motorist who held only a learner's permit was arrested for driving 95 mph. His excuse: "I was just learning!" FOR SALE: 1965 Coryair. C condition, Johnny; Rice, C &lHjl6 ±:Z 4608.; ' -iv§2-3te '. FOR SALE OR TRADE: No. 8 >V John Deere Mower. A-1 condition, ttll Carl Mi'ze, 776N.3138. :; .•... : .-. / -.-r • '•• 52»-3tp FOR. SALE; AKC Reg. French Poodles, $50 apiece, Warin Moore, Box 169, Muldrow*\ • ; '\ .. 52-3tc FOR SALE: Cub tractor and equipment. Call 776-4320. Vv--Y 51-3tp FOR SALE OR LEASE: 20' by 80' Business Building next to Muldrow City Hall. Recently redecorated. For appointmeStscall evenings, 776-3329. . '5i-3tp ., FOR SALE: Viand', three' years" old. $200. Call 776-4675." J50-3tp FOR SALE: Zenith TV, Cabinet model, call Jerry Treat, 7763157. 51-3tp Card of Tkonks We wish to take this opportunity to thank everyone for your kindness and sympathetic understanding during our recent bereavement. We will always be grateful for the food, flowers and cards and to Rev. Harvey Davis for the service. May God's richest blessings be with each of you. Mr. andMrs. J ohnny Satterfield and Jimmy The family of James Hunter Barrow express their feelings of gratitude and appreciation forall the wonderful things our friends and neighbors have done for our family and father during his repent illness and death. We allways hold your expressions of sympathy in our hearts,. Mrs. J.H. Barrow, Edward, Ida Mae and Evalena WILL BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE TOP PRICES PAID SEE SKINNEY PENDERGRASS CA It. 776-4681 CME ':7U ,1 • ?. DERS? SPONSOR FIRE WORKS STAND Th^ Muldrow Sr. High Cheerleaders, -are. sponsoring a Fire Works Stand at Reed's iGSbble Gas,,from 8 a.m.; to 9 p.m. The proceeds will go to help send the girls to Cheerleading Clinic, July 14-18 at OU. F. A, PALMER WILL REPAIR SMALL ENGINES(PartsandRepairs) MOWERS - TILLERS - CHAIN SAWS SHARPEN BLADES and STRAIGHTEN CRANKSHAFTS 806 BARBARA SAGELY ADDITION #2 Phone 776-3547 —

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