Archive - Mar 2012
Johnny L. Frazier was born May 6, 1941 in Finley to Isaac Frazier & Catherine (Walker) Austin. He passed from this life February 21, 2012 in Talihina at the age of 70. Johnny was a lifelong resident of the Antlers area. He had served his country in the United States Army in the 1960s. He also served his community as an officer for the Antlers Police Department where he worked until his retirement. Johnny was a member of Old Cedar Methodist Church. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, and spending time with his family and friends.
Raymond Roy Wren was born February 10, 1921 in Nashoba to John William and Lucy Mae (Witt) Wren. He passed from this life February 21, 2012 in Oklahoma City at the age of 91. Raymond was born in the Blackfork Community, where he also attended school. He served his country in the United States Navy as a Ship's Cook, Third Class aboard the USS Breton during World War II. While stationed in Norman, he married Betty Louise Simonton and then later married Margorie Olive Greer. Raymond was a member of Civilian Conservation Corps No. 2824, Carpenter's Local Union No.
District Solo and Ensemble Contest was a great success this past weekend for several members of âThe Pride of Antlersâ Bearcat Band.
At District Solo and Ensemble, the students prepare pieces of music to perform either by themselves or on small groups for judges. The kids then receive a rating from Superior, a â1â, down to a â5â being the worst.
On Thursday, February 23, 2012, the Free Clinic in Antlers opened their doors for the first time. With a troop of volunteers, including doctors and pharmacists, the Free Clinic is a coming together of many local people to fill a gap in the communityâs health care system.
Stroud National Agency (of Ruidoso, New Mexico), is pleased to present the âAgent of the Monthâ Award to First Insurance of Antlers, a partner of FirstBank. The Agency qualified by writing the most new farm insurance premiums during the month of January 2012.
They were in competition with over 700 independent agents who produce farm business for Stroud National. First insurance has been an agent for Stroud National since August of 2011 and has an excellent history of insuring the very best farm risks in their territory.
On Thursday, February 23, 2012, the Antlers Chapter of ESA donated $200 to the Food Bank located in Antlers. The Food Bank is operated by the First Baptist Church in Antlers and helps supply local residents.
This past weekend, February 17th & 18th, the Rattan Lady Rams participated in the 2A Regional Basketball Tournament, which took place in Ada. They came away with a consolation win and will move on to compete in the Area Tournament on Thursday, March 1, 2012.
The Tournament will take place in Wilburton at the High School. The Lady Rams will take the court at 1:30 p.m. against Talihina in what is sure to be an outstanding game.
Good Luck Lady Rams!!! Make sure you come one out and support you Rattan Rams and Lady Rams!!!!
This past weekend, February 17th & 18th, the Rattan Rams participated in the 2A Regional Basketball Tournament, which took place in Ada. They came away with a consolation win and will move on to compete in the Area Tournament on Thursday, March 1, 2012.
The Tournament will take place in Wilburton at the High School. The Rams will take the court at 3:30 p.m. going head to head against Summit Christian.
Good Luck Rams!!! Make sure you come one out and support you Rattan Rams and Lady Rams!!!!
Last weekend our teams, coaches and fans traveled first to Muldrow, then Poteau for our 2011-2012 Regional play off games. Our Bearcats went into Regionals with one play off loss against them so one more loss would end their season.
In their first game the Bearcats took on the Salina Wildcats, who came into this game with a record of 8-12. Our leading scorer's for this game were Jr. Bryce Martin with 11 points 7 rebounds and shot 75% from the free-throw line, Jr. Jakub "Jimmy" Mician with 10 points and 5 rebounds, and Jr. Harlan House with 6 points.
The Tigers, competing in area play this past week, fell short of their goal to make the State tournament.
Fresh off an opening round area victory over Tupelo, the Tigers would take on the Red Oak Eagles in the brand new 16.8 million dollar Kingston gym. The gym was spectacular and felt like the Tigers were already at the big show.