Hammon

Please remember those who are sick or shut-in in our community or those who have community ties. These people need our prayers and maybe drop them a card or stop by to visit for a few minutes. Concern list—Darla Lovelace, Jocee Askew, Brenita Lewis, Ginger Tatum, Don Morey, Lois Gwartney Powers, Kristi Wilson Hort, Ronald Whiteskunk, Marva Karber, Carl Orgain, Linda Weaver Campbell, Carolyn Morey, Shirley Sparks, Dom D’Achille, Rhonda Lovelace, Donald Wilson, Michael Linville, and Judy and Bob Marshall. If there are people that are being missed on this list please contact Brenda Archer. Also please keep our nation, our people, and our leadership in your prayers.

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Metcalfe Museum

I will again be quoting form Giants of Science, A brief Sketch of the Public Service of George Davidson. I am pleased that my readers have given such a approving response to his story. The introduction says it is “Brief” but the writing does continue for several pages. In this pandemic I am certain to write about something else besides that. George Davidson was a fascinating man. I am glad you are enjoying this writing.

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Canadian Club

Juana Penry was a Sun- day dinner guest of Shirley and Gene Doshier.
Saturday visitors of Mick and Lily Kendall were Joel and Lane Kendall and Marc, Kacie, and Kaylee Johnson.

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Clothes Closet

Been a busy week. Love all the donations that have come in. The car seats that were put out for trash are all out of date. We cannot sell them if they are 6 years or older.

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Durham

The Durham Quilting Bees sure had a fun sew day on Tuesday, the 28th. It is sure good to catch up on the local happenings. I have decided to make a suggestion that we start charging by the day for women to attend our work sessions. There is just some- thing about setting around a quilt and conversations that take place that solve all the worlds problems, marital problems, child raising, education, cooking, and local news. The hum of a sewing machine, scissors cutting through fabric, the steaming hiss of a really hot iron and the whispered conversations about any topic, and then the laughing out loud at the drop of a hat over some silly something that every- one wants to share. Yes it is always a fun sew day no matter how many or how few of us there are.

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Cheyenne

Dear August, we do not want any trouble from you. Just come in, sit down, do not touch anything, and keep your mouth shut!
Roger Mills Memorial Hospital reported on July 31, 2020 that they had com- pleted 160 COVID-19 tests. 148 tests were negative, 9 tests were positive, and 3 tests are pending. These totals only reflect tests per- formed at the hospital.

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Metcalfe Museum

Continuing today with Augusta’s uncle George Davidson. Mary Corson’ older brother. Professor Davidson started sending Augusta art supplies when she was only a small child and continued for many years.

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Canadian Club

Joel and Ethan Kendall visited Mick and Lily Kendall on Saturday C. J. Harrel from Oklahoma City visited Karen Harrel and other relatives in Leedey this past week.

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Durham

It has finally happened. The one thing I didn’t think I’d ever have to write in local Roger Mills County news. The Security State Bank at Hammon was robbed at gunpoint by two blacks! There has not been one other detail released.

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Washita

ago, Roger Mills County citizens had the opportunity to protest a building permit for a cellular tower in Township 12N. Unfamiliar with that location and its relationship to the Battle of the Washita in Township 13N, the park was concerned about the effect the tower would have on the viewshed of the Washita.

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