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April 5, 2014

Ralph Cox entertained Primetimers during their regularly scheduled meeting

McALESTER — Ralph Cox, a local musician, entertained the members of Primetimers of First Baptist Church during their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday.

He played the guitar and sang a number of “Golden Oldies.” At the end of the program, he sang some favorite gospel songs: “Wayfaring Stranger,” “The Little Brown Church in the Vale” and “It is Well with My Soul.” He plays every Friday night at Nelson’s Steak House in Henryetta.

Vice President Bill Henley thanked Donna Prock for programs she had provided this year.

Charlie Hale opened the meeting with prayer. 

The tables were decorated with spring flowers in an Easter theme by Carol Newberry and Shirley Spinks.

Edna and Charlie Aiken will celebrate their anniversary in April.

Doyle Copeland led in prayer to close the program.

Also attending the meeting were Edna Aiken, June Allen, J.A. and Virginia Allford, Emmitt and Marcella Armstrong, Leon and Freda Bernard, Christine Briggs, Joyce Carlson, Frances Carman, Dorothy Crone, Jeanette Edwards, Jean Ferrell, Lucille Ford, Joyce Hale, Zoe Henley, Bonnie Higbee, Guy Hoosier, Mary Lewis, Sylvia Moody, Newberry, James Old, Don and Sue Parham, Donna Prock, Mary Lee Romine, Spinks, Deborah Stone, Janis Turner, Fredonia Vogel, Linda Wood, Betty Sims, Mary Bierman and Wy Miller.

 

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