Halloween night will be observed Oct. 31 at Quinton for the trick or treaters.

The Warren Jrs Fisher VFW Post #1099 Ladies Auxiliary will have an Indian taco dinner Nov. 4 at 11:30 a.m. at the Quinton Community Center. The cost is $3 and carry-outs are $4.50. Proceeds go toward helping our VFW men and women.

There will be a Thanksgiving community service Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. at the Quinton Christian Church. Money was raised to help the poor and needy. For more information call (918) 469-2662 or (918) 799-5269.

There will be a Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 17 at 11:30 a.m. at the Quinton Community Center. The meal will include turkey and dressing, ham, potatoes and gravy, vegetables, salad, rolls, dessert and drink. The cost is $2.50 and carry-outs are $3. Call (918) 465-2259 for information.

Charlene Dravel, of Quinton, and Orel and Carol Pah, of Missouri, attended Betty George of Caddo’s funeral Oct. 8.

Quinton Manor celebrated their second annual gospel week, Oct. 3-7. A special thank you goes to the following church’s pastors, singers, and individuals. Oct. 3, West Liberty Baptist Church and the Rev. Mike Walker; Oct. 4, Quinton Christian Church and the Rev. Charles Thomas; Oct. 5, Palestine Church and the Rev. Gary Tucker; Oct. 6, The Apples of Gold Gospel Singers and Evangelist Diane Basden; and Oct. 7, the Greater Refuge United Pentecostal Church and the Rev. George Mantooth and the Rev. Terry Strain.

Colene Basden and Eloise Clayton attended the Palestine Church last Sunday.

Hughie and Carol Gragg, of Brooken, attended the Oak Ridge Baptist Church last Sunday. Emme and Inez Daniels attended the West Liberty Baptist Church last Sunday.

The Quinton First Baptist Church celebrated its 100th anniversary on Oct. 9. The church was full and there was plenty of food for dinner. The Rev. Eddie Dye said that he appreciated all those that helped with the celebration.

There will be a parent-teachers conference at Quinton Elementary School Nov. 17 from 3 until 9 p.m. Quinton High School will have its parent-teacher conference on Nov. 7 from 4 until 7 p.m. Then again Nov. 18 from 9 until 11 a.m. There will be no school on Nov. 18. Quinton Public Schools will dismiss for the Thanksgiving Holidays from Nov. 21 to 25. School will reopen on Nov. 28. Quinton Elementary School will celebrate with a Halloween party on Oct. 31, at 2 p.m.

Carol Gragg. of Brooken, visited her sister, Janice Meeks, of Eufaula, on Monday, Oct. 10.

Paul and Velma Ballard, of Quinton, will celebrate their 17th wedding anniversary on Oct. 18.

Dale Eakle said that Alice Mckee is going to move back to Quinton. They graduated from Quinton High School in 1955.

Drew Adcock recently was able to have a kidney transplant. It was reported he is doing well. The family thanks the donor and everyone for their prayers.

Lori Franklin said that her grandmother, Jaunita Franklin, of Stigler, was released from the Muskogee Regional Hospital on Oct. 11.

Jerry and Charlene Daniel were visitors in McAlester on Oct. 13-14. Steve and Debbie Basden were visitors in McAlester on Oct. 8.

If anyone has Quinton news for this column, please call Diane Basden at (918) 469-2408 or mail to: P.O. Box 359, Quinton, OK, 74561.