A special Happy Mother’s Day to all our mothers!
Be sure and call your mom on Sunday, May 14.
Happy anniversary to my brother and sister-in-law, Richard and Chris Evans of Venice, Fla.
Richard and Chris celebrate their 45th anniversary Wednesday, May 17.
Happy birthday to Danny Jacobs, Amanda Boatwright, Michael Wyatt, Garrett Fox, Addison Stanton, Shelby Enox, Kim Cummings, Rayanne Carpenter, Mac McGregor, Karen Jobe, Kristina Farley, McCoy O’Connor, Whitney Woods, Brent Clary, Roberto Garcia, Roberto Trejo, Santiago Fuentes and Skye Loux.
Our annual graduation section is in this week’s Purcell Register.
Congratulations to our Heart of Oklahoma graduates!
Be sure and check out all the graduates and support our advertisers of this special section.
High school graduations are here!
Purcell graduates Friday, May 12, at 6 p.m. in The Reimer Center at Purcell High School.
Lexington also graduates Friday, May 12, at 8 p.m. at Floyd West Field.
Wayne will hold graduation at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 13, at the D.S. Zack Powell Stadium.
Washington will hold graduation Saturday, May 20, at 3 p.m. at the Washington Event Center.
Congratulations to all of our Heart of Oklahoma graduates.
The Purcell Sports Hall of Fame is seeking nominations for the next class.
Another Purcell Dragon Hall of Fame Class will be introduced at the Purcell All-Class School Reunion June 23-24.
Nominations are limited to graduates of 1999 and before.
There is a nomination form and selection criteria at purcellsportshof.com.
Nominations can also be made by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The last day of school in the Heart of Oklahoma is Friday, May 12.
Crosswalks and neighborhood streets will be filled with children celebrating the beginning of summer.
The message is simple: Mortorists - Put down the phone, stay alert and watch out for these precious, vulnerable children.
I came across the most interesting book recently titled Hotel Galvez - Queen of the Gulf by Gary Cartwright.
It was so fascinating that I couldn’t put it down.
The last quarter of the book were letters from people who had stayed at the Hotel Galvez and had written to the hotel about their experience. One in particular caught my eye.
Idaleene Scheu Fuqua
It was July 1928 when my father, Fred H. Scheu, a Santa Fe station agent in Wayne Oklahoma, took his family on a vacation to Galveston.
Mother ordered our bathing suits from the Montgomery Ward catalogue...red for my brother and me so we could be seen on the beach and black for herself and Daddy.
All the suits were made of wool, so we could stay warm in the water. I had a red rubber bathing cap with little white bunnies running around it and mother had a blue one with a white wing on it.
Grandmother Ender, whom we picked up in Waco, Texas, had never had a bathing suit in her life. She rented one from the bathhouse at the beach.
Grandmother joined a senior group one day and they picked up shells on the beach.
We stayed at the Galvez, the first hotel I ever stayed at, but it would not be the last, as I spent 55 years in the commercial air and travel business.”
Talk about a small world!
The Purcell Register will be closed on Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day.
The office will be open at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning and all deadlines will remain the same.
I’m always looking for quick and easy recipes. This is both!
Creamy Italian Chicken
2-3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
8 oz. block cream cheese
Can of condensed cream of chicken soup
Packet of dry Italian dressing mix
In your crockpot, combine all the ingredients. Cook on low for at least 6 hours
Shred the chicken, and serve over pasta or rice.
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