Memories, Laughin, Prizes & Fun at Draggin Main III

2020 Cheyenne-Strong City Alumni Royalty King Randall Calvert, class of 1943 & Queen Wanda Purcell, Class of 1948. More Photos of Draggin’ Main inside.

The sun was shining, and the weather was warm as hundreds gathered for the CHS Alumni and Draggin’ Main activities on Saturday, October 30, 2020.

Alumni officers Carey Beaty Drake, Cindy Hay Malson and James Calvert with the help of Lafaye Hohbein were busy signing up alumni members that gathered in front of Broadway Blooms. Barbara Bradshaw Murdock traveled the farthest, 770 miles.

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Flu Shots

FLU SHOTS…Roger Mills Memorial Hospital held an outdoor Flu Clinic on Tuesday. Pictured helping are hospital employees (left to right) Ramona Rhodes, Ellen Kirk, Kathy Thomas, Kassi McDaniel and Rebeca…

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A Random Act of Kindness

By Pat VerSteeg — Somethings happen borne of simple love and concern for another. Ofttimes these things are not planned, although the planning would perhaps help things to proceed more smoothly.

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Ladine Archer O’Connor
1921 – 2020

Ladine Archer O’Connor passed away Wednesday morning, September 2, 2020 at Jill’s house in Bloomington, Indiana. At 99 yearsold, she was the youngest and last of six brothers and sisters born and raised in Strong City, Oklahoma, in the early 1900’s. It was hard-tack. She was a young bride at the onset of WWII, a “Rosie the Riveter” during WWII, and a stellar example of the Greatest Generation post WWII work ethic. She epitomized the attitude of “when you get knocked down, get up – dust yourself off – and continue.”

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1921 – 2020

Tony McClelland Rader 1931 ~ 2020

Tony McClelland Rader was born February 1st, 1931 in Springwood, Virginia to Francis M. (Kern) and Grover C. Rader. He passed away Friday, October 16th, 2020 in Enid, Oklahoma at the age of 89 years, 8 months and 15 days. Tony grew up in Springwood, Virginia where he attended school, worked on a dairy farm and raced motorcycles.

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Windle Turley Receives DBA Award

County Windle Turley, former resident and local rancher, has received the Dallas Bar Association’s TRIAL LAWYER OF THE YEAR award. The 11,000-member lawyers association presented its 2020 recognition to a…

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Veteran’s Memorial

Washita Chapter DAR members recently changed out the wreath at the Veteran’s Memorial in Cheyenne. Pictured are Wayne & Carol Ann Batterton, Marilyn Wilson and Doris Minor.

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Draggin’ Main III
October 17, 2020

Dwayne Roark and grandson Lee in his 1970 StingrayPerisha Bell, Marveda Parman & Jennifer Whitson sign up guests for the drawings druing Draggin’ Main III.Best Hot Rod – Ted Kimzey,…

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October 17, 2020

Draggin’ Main III Winners

Judge’s Favorite – Eddie Hargis, 1955 Chevy Bel-AirMost Authentic Vehicle Doyle Wright, 1953 Chevy 3100Chris Golden - $1,000 Winner with Scott MartinJacie Alford Hickey - $100 Winner with Scott MarginScott…

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Caregivers Must Also Care (Financially) for Themselves

If you’re a caregiver, possibly for a loved one dealing with an illness such as Alzheimer’s disease, you’re probably already facing some significant emotional and physical challenges – so you don’t need any financial ones as well. Yet, they are difficult to avoid. What steps can you take to deal with them?

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