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The Country Conection News, Inc., February 17, 2014, Page 4

Around & About Hydro
HYDRO—If the paper is late this week it is because ice and snow followed summertime temperatures
Sunday evening and roads and wrecks were everywhere. In the midst of it all, was rolling thunder! As
Shelby Woods said, the roads were “slicker than a Safeway chicken.” Your news crew did not make it to the
office on Monday, and both the Carneys are still fighting the respiratory bug.
Even before the ice hit, Joanna Slagell took a tumble in a parking lot at Yukon and she looks like she lost
a prize fight. Hubby Dwight took her to the E.R. because she thought perhaps her wrist was broken, but it
was “only” sprained, which hurts just as bad.
Paul Jones, our Wake Forest Professor, was home to visit his dad, Jay, but hightailed it out of town early
when he heard the storm was coming.
Two Hydro alumns got together in OKC last week when Glendall Pope Smith took daughter Makaeli to
shop for a prom dress and of course they found it at the shop where Ashley Crissman works.
Amanda Stockton went to Stillwater on Friday to surprise friend Joyce Coombes Wilson on her birthday, with cake and flowers. They had a great time with Joyce and Andrews’ two little ones. Amanda’s kids
have been sick so stayed with Grammy Stockton. The elder Stocktons, Larry and Karla, took Amanda,
Jeremy and kids to a Thunder game, carriage rides in Brickton and other fun activities to celebrate Amanda
and Larry’s birthdays.
Kurt Bright celebrated his birthday with a family dinner and his favorite chocolate pie.
Others celebrating birthdays were Keri John, Ben Schantz, Bralee Giblet,Essie Gesell Muns and Marla
Eichelberger. Jody and Pam Chisum celebrated another anniversary.
Be Kind this week and pray for all the sick little children who have the flu!

The Caddo CountyArea Suicide
Prevention Task Force
is available for
ALL community
members.
Call 405-247-5200 for help.

Eakly News
EAKLY—For all who have said
they missed my column, I have
been very sick. I became ill on
January 4 and am just now getting better. All my family came to
help celebrate my birthday, which
cheered me up.
Little Chanclee Askew fell and
got a big knot on her head. She
took a ride in an ambulance to
Carnegie, where she was pronounced okay except for some
pain on her sweet little forehead.
Mom Amy felt as if she was going to be sick when she saw the
big bruise. The family thanks the
Eakly First Responders and
Carnegie EMS for their fast response and comfort.
Carolyn Wilburn was treated
to a Valentine dinner when Carol
Kenedy, T. J. and Tessa came from
OKC for a visit and took her to
dine out.
Brent and LaTasha Winther,
and Nathan of Edmond came to
Hydro to fix a grilled idnnner for
Bob and Cathy Chisum and
Mildred Chisum.
Our sympathy is extended to
the family of a dear friend, Melvin
Scott.
We also extend sympathy to
Max and Linda Megli. Max’s parents, Howard and Liz both passed
away last week.

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by Dorothy Adams

Also we were sorry to hear of
the death of Sue Wright who
taught Head Start in Eakly at one
time.
Margie Scott’s weekend
guests were Carroll and Mary Kay
Scott, Jeff and Brandy Schroder,
Larry and Sharon Schroder,
Bobbie, Alexa and Hall, and Ryan
Adams, Anderson and Axton.
Bill and Brad Coe attended
the Monster Jam Car Races in
Oklahoma City Saturday and took
the grandchildren along.
Jerry King of OKC came Friday to visit his mom, Joycle. He
also stopped by the Eakly Co-op
where he visited with Scotty
Adams, Tony Setzer, and Mike
Loula and told them some interesting experiences he had while
flying airplanes
. Joycle and Jerry enjoyed a
Valentine dinner with Danny and
Donna Lewellan and Carman
Adams.
.

Please remember Mark and
Carolyn Yearwood in your prayers
as Carolyn is very ill with cancer
and hospice is coming every
dayJerry and Kay Williams went
to Springdale, Arkansas recently
to celebrate their Aunt Eula Fay
Adkins 80th birthday, and also
their 38th Anniversary. They also
traveled on to Gardner, Kansas to
visit Zac and Misty Chandler and
of course, spend time playing with
little Hadley.
Happy 65th Anniversary to Don
and Joan Williams.
Happy Birthday to Kolton
Kardokus, Debbie Copus, Jolene
Snow, Wanda Smith, Jordan Snow,
Jayden Lasley, Neva Taff, Barry
Askew, Glen Bamburg, Donna Bradley, Carolyn Brown,Tierra Poor,
Catherine Thiessen, Francisca
Carillo, Rebecca Rodriquez and
daughter Allie, and Joycle King.

Garret Saunders of Binger, pictured with his sponsor, Representative David Perryman, House District #56, did an outstanding job the
week of February 9, 2015, as Perryman’s first Legislative Page of
the 2015 Legislative Session. Garrett, the son of Robert and Sandra
Saunders is a Junior at Binger-Oney High School. He is active in
his church and the FFA Program. He hopes to attend OSU and become a Veteranarian. Now that he has seen the legislative process
first hand, politics also looks like a possibility. Garrett spent the
week with students from around Oklahoma, getting a first row seat
to the legislative process in the House of Representatives. Each week,
the House Pages have a mock legislative session, Garrett was selected by his peers to serve as Majority Floor Leader of Pageville.
Perryman said, “What an outstanding young man!”

PUBLIC NOTICE
published in The Country Connection News, Feb. 10 & 17, 2015

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