Archive - Nov 2011
Teddy Barham was born April 1, 1943 in Hugo to Joseph Cullen and Carlene (Blackburn) Barham. He passed from this life on November 4, 2011 in Midwest City, at the age of 68. Teddy graduated from Antlers High School. He had spent the past fifteen years living in Jones, Oklahoma. Teddy was of the Methodist faith, and he enjoyed talking about history, visiting with others, watching television, and spending time with family and friends. Teddy was preceded in death by his parents: Joe & Carlene Barham.
Dovie Elizabeth Dees was born August 18, 1929 in Rattan to Jonathan Thomas and Rolen (Connally) Fleming. She passed from this life on November 1, 2011 in Tuttle, at the age of 82. Dovie was raised in Rattan & attended Rattan Schools into her senior year where she was part of the Ramblers basketball team. In 1947, she met a handsome young man, James Wallace Dees. They were married on December 18, 1947. They lived in California until 1960 when they moved to Oklahoma City where Dovie was a Medical Records Technician at Presbyterian Hospital until her retirement.
Mary L. Lange was born March 26, 1925 in Star City, AR., to William Howard and Delia (Cook) McWhorter. She passed from this life on November 7, 2011, in Hugo, at the age of 86. Mary attended Cosmetology School in Houston, TX. She practiced cosmetology for over 50 years, owning the Classy Cutters Salon in Antlers for over 20 years. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star - Chapter 415 in Humble, TX. Mary was a member of Antlers First Baptist Church. She was a people person and enjoyed spending time with family & friends. Mary was preceded in death by her husband: A.W.
Charles Wilburn Parker, of Antlers, was born on October 14, 1926, in Pitcher to Jack John and Edith Marie (Young) Parker. He passed from this life on Tuesday, November 1, 2011, in Oklahoma City, at the age of 85. He lived in Stroud as a child and moved to California as a teen.Â Â He married Ruby Simmons in 1946.Â Charles retired from Tinker AFB where he was a sheet metal worker. Â Â Following his retirement, he moved to Antlers.Â Charles loved to hunt and fish.Â Charles was preceeded in death by: one brother, John Parker and one sister, Saundra Thompson.
There were recently 20 participents at the 1st Annual Moyers Baptist Church Turkey Shoot at the Hugo Lake Shoothing Range. The winners were for small caliber, Randall Miller, for sporting clas, Johnny A. Cole and for large caliber, Joe Standridge.
The Moyers Tigers took on Eagletown last Tuesday night at home.Â First up would be the Lady Tigers.Â Kalli Winters would score the first points on a great pass from Shelby Geary.Â The Lady Eagles were quick to retaliate and quickly jumped out on the Ladies 9-4.Â At half the Ladies found themselves down 31-8.Â The 3rd qtr was kinder to the Lady Tigers and their rebounding improved with Shelby Geary hitting the boards hard for the team.Â
On Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. the Antlers Fire Department and the Kiamichi Economic Development District of Oklahoma (KEDDO) a nd the Oklahoma Forestry came together at the Antlers City Hall and developed a Community Wildlife Protection Plan.
Here are this weeks sports venues for Pushmataha County for the week of November 14th - 18th! Make sure you head out and support our young athletes!
â€¢ Basketball â€¢ Rattan Public School
November 14th: Rattan High School vs. Haworth at 6:30 p.m.
November 15th: Rattan Jr. High vs. ET at 4 p.m.
November 15th: Rattan High School vs. ET at 6: 30 p.m.
November 16th: Rattan Jr. High & Elementary vs. Lane at 11:00 a.m.
â€¢ Basketball â€¢ Moyers Public School
November 14th: Moyers Jr. High @ Farris starting at 4:00 p.m.
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When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, the turkey is the main attraction of the meal for many families.
Before the golden brown and juicy bird gets placed on the table there are some steps that need to be followed in order to ensure a safe and tasty meal, according to Barbara Brown, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension food safety specialist.
We all had trouble not getting swept up in the buzz and media frenzy that surrounded the nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011, and many Americans woke up in the middle of the night to be apart of this once in a lifetime event.
The children from the Choctaw Nation HeadStart may not have been up watching the extravagant wedding but they did decide not to let the event go unnoticed. They sent the couple many warm wishes and the best of luck in the form of letters and artwork.