Did you know Oklahoma became a state Nov. 16, 1907?

Did you know the present flag was adopted in 1925 and that it is Oklahoma’s 14th flag?

These and 19 other subjects of Oklahoma history were presented to 81 First Baptist Church PrimeTimers and guests during the October luncheon and business meeting in the church’s fellowship hall.

Ken Roberts, vice president, was in charge of the program. Emerson Virden gave the opening prayer. Table decorations were provided by Lakey Gillespie and Mary Williams.

After the luncheon, John McPherson introduced Josh Mackey and his mother, April Everett, from the Kiowa First Baptist Church. They presented several vocal and piano hymns of assurance.

Erma Dunn, secretary, read the minutes of the September meeting. Zoe Henley, treasurer, gave the financial report. George Carman, travel co-chairperson, discussed future travel plans. Charley Hale, bus driver, pointed out needed bus repairs.

The Rev. Rodney Briggs played the piano for one musical number and dismissed the meeting with a prayer.

Others attending included Ghyta Abrams, Eudell and Marveda Barnes, Renee Barry, Hazel Beckham, Leon and Fred Bernard, Aleen Bledsoe, Leonard and Christine Briggs, Blanche Burgess, Joyce Carlson, Frances Carman, Ruby Davenport, Mary Deerinwater and Leonard Dunn.

And, Bill and Juanita Ellis, Pokie Everett, Anne Everly, Jean Ferrel, Lucille Ford, Calista Hawkins, Clyde Heathcock, J.L. Hendricks, Bill Henley, Guy Hooser, Krystyne Howard, Dorothy Johnson, James and Leona Johnson and B.G. and Mel Jones.

Also, Farris and Jennievie Jones, Betty Kostankewich, Mary Lidle, Harold McMahan, Barbara McPherson, Doris Medley, Don and Sue Parham, Donna Prock, Lorraine Ratliff, Dorothy Riley, JoAnn Roberts, Phillis Roberts, Opal Sellers, Laverne Smith, Velva Smith and Susanna Stephens.

Also, Margaret Strange, Joe and Deyne Tannehill, Howard and Wilma Tolson, Ruth Virden, W.C. and Monti Wallace, Leonard Webb, Pauline Wilcox, Martha Yehle, Marie Urbaitis, Edward Daney, Louise Tiner, Carol and Charles Stephens, John and Melba Enloe, Laurie Tuttle and Jean Cecil.

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