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Glencoe Area Mrs. Sherman Bower Mrs. Don Hawthorne Julie and Jane, have spent SeVeral days visiting Hawthorne' s grand- and Mrs. Lee Hawthorne, the Klnlon, had not for almost 20 years family enjoyed Davis received death of Carrie California. was well-known in near Mar- Irvir{ Robinson Tulsa, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ar- and Mrs. Jim this past weekend. and Linda Spen. the cheerleader, s Norman this past Ray Allen have mobile home :from Horace Smith farm Mrs. Allen is Smith and the'family to as- the protract- fatl~r, H. L. home. Kenneth Apple- and Mr. and and baby of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Apple- former Betty Jo Were accompanied Jackie Jones, also Garland Davis, Sited with his mo- Davis, this all attend- In Stillwat- to their daugh- Mrs. Bill Price, Leonard Flora, Sunday dinner and Mrs. Era- Eddie Sawyer Louist- some time Parents, Mr. Sawyer. Lasher, Enid, and Mrs. L. E. this past Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bow- er received a call from their daughter, Mrs. Bryan Moffitt, Tucson, Arizonia, telling of a car accident in which she was involved. Mrs. Moffitt was vi- siting her sons in Las Vegas, Nevada, when the accident oc- curred. She received injuries which are apparently minor and is recovering slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Montie Green and family, Charleston, North Carolina, have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud- dy Green, and his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Johnson. Denny McCollum, Healdton, and his daughter, Debbie Child- ress, Olathe, Kansas, have been visiting with Mr. McCollum's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sharpton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spivaand girls spent several days visit- ing former residents, Mr. and Colorado. The group went sight- seeing and report a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sharpton and grandson, Rlcky Huff, have Just returned from a vacation trip. They visited various scen- ic spotsin Arkansas, Texas, and Louisiana. Jack Dove, Ponce City, was a Monday dinner guest of his sis- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bower. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kincald were afternoon callers. Mrs. W. B.' Rank, Houston, Texas, is spending some time with her mother, Mrs. Grace Criss and her sister andfamily Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mc- Ginty. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tucker spent Sunday night with Mrs. Francis Newton, Stillwater. All enjoyed dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Metcalf, Stfllwa~er. The Tuckers returned home on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mur- phy and girls Just returned from Six Flags, Texas, Marine Land and various points of in- terest and amusement. Mrs. Alice Huff has returned from a weelds visit with her daughter and other family mem- We're hawks when it comes to Protecting your savings. Your r oney is insured in our bank by an agency of the federal gov- ernment. Bank with safety. ! f ;, hers in Chilicothe, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beth- ards and children, have return- ed to their home in Auburn, Ore- gon, after two weeks with family in Glencoe. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown are presently visiting their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown, Fort Worth, Tex- as. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clapp and Wilton were involved in a car accident this past week. All three were confined to the Paw- nee Hospital for several days but are presently home. Wihna is still suffering from a whip lash injury. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnett and children were Oklahoma Clty visitors this past week. Mrs. Elva Downs spent Mon- day with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Downs and children, S~illwater. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Roberson The Journal, Thursday, July 26, have been spending some time with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bethards, Auburn, Oregon. Furrh Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Robert Furrh hosted all of their children and their families in their home this past week. It was the first home- coming and reunion of this group. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Furrh, Robin, Mike and Wayne, San Diego, California; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Furrh and their granddaughter, Misty, Godgrey, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Furrh, Deborah, William, Billie Jr., and Karolin, San Diego, California; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Furrh, Carl and Jay, Glenc,)e; Mr. and Mrs. David Creager, Jeffrey and Jodle, Kansas City, Missouri; Mr. and 1973 - 13 Mrs. Ronnie Furrh and Robert, Tulsa; and Mr. and Mrs. Ker- mit Terrill, Kelly and Kent, Stitlwater. The Furrh's grandchildren number@d 18 with little Misty being the youngest. The David Creagers will be remembered by many since David attended school here and was a resident for Some time. After a prelimiflary get-to- gether at 216 South Oklahoma Street in Glencoe, Sunday, all attended the picnic dinner in Couch Park, Stillwater. The youngsters participated in games and posing for pictures. Fun, laughter and family close- ness prevailed. An over-abund- ant dinner was one of the high- lights of the day. This is the first time all of the children of Bob and Berbie Furrh were home at the same time in 21 years. Per Annum 6-MONTHS $500 MINIMUM Automatically Renewed $100 Multiples Per Annuni 6-MONTHS $15,000 MINIMUM Automatically Renewed $100 Multiples Per Annum 6.MONTHS $100000 MINIMUM Automatica//y Renewed PASSBOOK THRIFT ACCOUNTS May be opened for as little as $1 and increased by any amount any time Offer made by prospectus only. EFFECTIVE .AUGUST 10, 1973 [ ! ! I