HAPPY FALL AS WE CELEBRATE OUR CENTENNIAL!!
It has been a quiet, slow summer at the museum.
Our volunteers are still working on getting papers, clippings and other items of interest into acid
free sheets and binders so they may be displayed safely.
Ron Jason refurbished the Hoosier cabinet donated by Mr. Bob Thompson. He did an excellent job
and the cabinet is on display at the museum.
Pete Bass, City Manager, picked up the J. R. Williams sign and will be working to get it put up next
to the J. R. Williams mural on the old Dobyns & Lantz building.
The Historical Society, with permission from the City, painted the utility box on the corner of N.E.
3rd and Main. Member Sharon Nichols, with help from member Patsy Wilson, painted the Great Seal of Oklahoma on the box.
We have plans to paint the box on the corner of Main and Broadway now that the weather is cooler.
Aline Mongomery again made a beautiful Halloween cake for us to use as a fund raiser. Tickets
will be sold and the winner picked at Fall Festival.
The Fall Festival will be Octgober 26th and 27th. The museum is decorated for fall and will
be open during the Festival if anyone is interested in visiting.
Our meetings this quarter will be October 15th, November 19th, and December 17th. On January
21, 2008, we will hold our monthly meeting and elect new officers for the year. All members should plan to attend these
Donations were made this quarter to the Historical Society and Museum in memory of Jerald Livesay,
Don Thompson, and Anna Lee (McBride) Cundiff.
Have a Spooky Halloween, a Happy Thanksgiving, and a Merry Christmas.