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Mills Coffey Funeral

707 East Main Street
Antlers, OK 74523
(580) 298-3348
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MT Olive Funeral Home

208 West Main Street
Antlers, OK 74523
(580) 298-9944
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Best of the rest: Events for Jan. 9 and beyond - The State

Monday, January 09, 2017

OF THE MIND: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday at if ART Gallery. The gallery will open two solo exhibitions. Cassidy, of West Columbia, S.C., will present a new body of small paintings of plants, shells, deer antlers and pieces of brick. Kilgore Condon, of Greenville, S.C., will present a new body of large and small works featuring animals and vegetation. 1223 Lincoln St. (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com. http://ifartgallery.blogspot.com/GENEALOGY: RESEARCH YOUR FAMILY HISTORY: 2-3 p.m. Tuesday at Lexington Main. Learn how to research your family history by using tools available through the library like Ancestry and HeritageQuest. 5440 Augusta Rd. Lexington. (803) 785-2680, www.lex.lib.sc.us/calendar.asp#/?i=2COFFEE AND CONVERSATION: 2-4 p.m. Tuesday at Cayce United Methodist Church. Singles age 55+ who find themselves alone, and who would enjoy good conversation with other folks over a cup of coffee, this is for you! It will be an enjoyable time. While Cayce UMC has generously donated the meeting space, this program is not affiliated with the church. Sponsored by Thompson Funeral Home. 1600 12th St., Cayce. Mary Beth Lamey, (803) 996-1023, (803) 995-0068. www.thompsonsfuneral.comEDVENTURE’S FAMILY NIGHT: 5-8 p.m. Tuesday at EdVenture Children’s Museum. Bringing the whole family out for a fun (and affordable!) excursion is easier thanks to this family-friendly event. Admission at just $1 per person. 211 Gervais St. (803) 799-3100, marketing@edventure.org. www.edventure.org/plan-your-visit/family-visits/COLUMBIA CANAL HISTORY TOUR: 6-7 p.m. Tuesday at the Red Schoolhouse at Riverfront Park South area parking lot. The Columbia Canal has been part of our city’s growth and innovation for almost 200 years. Learn about the original 1820s canal, the present 1890s canal and the historic buildings that surround us. 312 Laurel St. (803) 545-3100PICKLEBALL: 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Trenholm Park, indoors. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the country although it is 50 years old. It is a fusion of tennis, badminton and ping pong. Equipment provided. Round-robin style of play each week. Good for all ages, but mostly those 18 to 99 play at this weekly event. Free play and free of charge. 3900 Covenant Rd. (803) 787-0216, richlandcountyrecreation.com/centers/trenholm-park/SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING: 7 p.m. Tuesday at Eastminster Presbyterian Church. Good exercise and fun. Classes are free. 3200 Trenholm Rd. Bill McCullough, instructor, Palmetto Scottish Country Dance Society, (803) 345-0158, billmac85@yahoo.comWEDNESDAY, JAN. 11FAME AND FASHION: THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF JOHN ENGSTEAD: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday at the Columbia Museum of Art. In the spirit of Old Hollywood, the Columbia Museum of Art presents an exhibition featuring the movie star portraiture of photographer John Engstead in all its vintage glitz and glamour. Engstead began his career in 1926 when he was hired as an office boy for Paramount Studios. In 1927, he was promoted to art director after arranging creative photo sessions for actresses Clara Bow and Louise Brooks. After a photographers’ strike in 1932, he assumed the position of studio portrait photographer even though he had never photographed anyone. Actor Cary Grant posed for his practice shots. In 1941, Engstead started his own business in Los Angeles as an independent still photographer until ...

James Carlton Ward - eParisExtra.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Cremation was under the care and direction of Bright-Holland Funeral Home.Mr. Ward, the son of James Loyd “Bill” & Betty Wickersham Ward, was born Aug. 1, 1946, in Antlers, OK.He served in the United States Air Force from 1966 – 1972, during the Vietnam Era. He then continued serving in the United States Army Reserves until 1975.His career with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company spanned twenty-nine years before his retirement.James was an avid hunter. He was a member of Bass Masters and a life member of the NRA.He was preceded in death by his parents, Bill & Betty Ward, a step-daughter, Peggy Short, and his father-in-law & mother-in-law, J. B. & Juanita Foreman.Survivors include his wife, Betty Foreman Ward, whom he married on June 9, 1980, building thirty-six years of family and memories, a son, Drew Ward of Powderly, three step-children, Dale Burris & wife Michelle of Pattonville, Annette Burris of Broken Bow, OK, and Stephen Burris & wife Melissa of Powderly, grandchildren, Chelsea Burnette, Hunter Burris, Aaron Burris, Monica Nabors, Hannah Nabors, Hagen Burris, Paige Burris and Anna Ward, two great grandchildren, Alyssa Burnette and Alysson Burnette, siblings, Carolyn Dookeen of Arlington, Pat Tatum of Wynnewood, OK, and Kevin Ward of ...

Favorite trees, shrubs, vines for local gardeners - Pueblo West View

Monday, September 19, 2016

Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina). This small tree has interesting spring foliage, deep red flowers and bright red berries in summer, fall color, and forking branches in winter that resemble antlers.Most of these plants are on display at the Cattail Crossing Xeriscape Demonstration Garden. Come, take a stroll and see how many you can find. Plant lists are available by the Giant Sacaton grass. Or look them up online for more information. We hope you have discovered some new favorites for your garden.Maureen Van Ness is a Colorado Master Gardener and a volunteer member of The Pueblo West Xeriscape Gardeners at Cattail Crossing, now on Facebook. Or, contact The Gardeners at cattailgardeners@gmail.com.

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Best of the rest: Events for Jan. 9 and beyond - The State

Monday, January 09, 2017

OF THE MIND: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday at if ART Gallery. The gallery will open two solo exhibitions. Cassidy, of West Columbia, S.C., will present a new body of small paintings of plants, shells, deer antlers and pieces of brick. Kilgore Condon, of Greenville, S.C., will present a new body of large and small works featuring animals and vegetation. 1223 Lincoln St. (803) 238-2351, wroefs@sc.rr.com. http://ifartgallery.blogspot.com/GENEALOGY: RESEARCH YOUR FAMILY HISTORY: 2-3 p.m. Tuesday at Lexington Main. Learn how to research your family history by using tools available through the library like Ancestry and HeritageQuest. 5440 Augusta Rd. Lexington. (803) 785-2680, www.lex.lib.sc.us/calendar.asp#/?i=2COFFEE AND CONVERSATION: 2-4 p.m. Tuesday at Cayce United Methodist Church. Singles age 55+ who find themselves alone, and who would enjoy good conversation with other folks over a cup of coffee, this is for you! It will be an enjoyable time. While Cayce UMC has generously donated the meeting space, this program is not affiliated with the church. Sponsored by Thompson Funeral Home. 1600 12th St., Cayce. Mary Beth Lamey, (803) 996-1023, (803) 995-0068. www.thompsonsfuneral.comEDVENTURE’S FAMILY NIGHT: 5-8 p.m. Tuesday at EdVenture Children’s Museum. Bringing the whole family out for a fun (and affordable!) excursion is easier thanks to this family-friendly event. Admission at just $1 per person. 211 Gervais St. (803) 799-3100, marketing@edventure.org. www.edventure.org/plan-your-visit/family-visits/COLUMBIA CANAL HISTORY TOUR: 6-7 p.m. Tuesday at the Red Schoolhouse at Riverfront Park South area parking lot. The Columbia Canal has been part of our city’s growth and innovation for almost 200 years. Learn about the original 1820s canal, the present 1890s canal and the historic buildings that surround us. 312 Laurel St. (803) 545-3100PICKLEBALL: 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Trenholm Park, indoors. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the country although it is 50 years old. It is a fusion of tennis, badminton and ping pong. Equipment provided. Round-robin style of play each week. Good for all ages, but mostly those 18 to 99 play at this weekly event. Free play and free of charge. 3900 Covenant Rd. (803) 787-0216, richlandcountyrecreation.com/centers/trenholm-park/SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING: 7 p.m. Tuesday at Eastminster Presbyterian Church. Good exercise and fun. Classes are free. 3200 Trenholm Rd. Bill McCullough, instructor, Palmetto Scottish Country Dance Society, (803) 345-0158, billmac85@yahoo.comWEDNESDAY, JAN. 11FAME AND FASHION: THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF JOHN ENGSTEAD: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday at the Columbia Museum of Art. In the spirit of Old Hollywood, the Columbia Museum of Art presents an exhibition featuring the movie star portraiture of photographer John Engstead in all its vintage glitz and glamour. Engstead began his career in 1926 when he was hired as an office boy for Paramount Studios. In 1927, he was promoted to art director after arranging creative photo sessions for actresses Clara Bow and Louise Brooks. After a photographers’ strike in 1932, he assumed the position of studio portrait photographer even though he had never photographed anyone. Actor Cary Grant posed for his practice shots. In 1941, Engstead started his own business in Los Angeles as an independent still photographer until ...

James Carlton Ward - eParisExtra.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Cremation was under the care and direction of Bright-Holland Funeral Home.Mr. Ward, the son of James Loyd “Bill” & Betty Wickersham Ward, was born Aug. 1, 1946, in Antlers, OK.He served in the United States Air Force from 1966 – 1972, during the Vietnam Era. He then continued serving in the United States Army Reserves until 1975.His career with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company spanned twenty-nine years before his retirement.James was an avid hunter. He was a member of Bass Masters and a life member of the NRA.He was preceded in death by his parents, Bill & Betty Ward, a step-daughter, Peggy Short, and his father-in-law & mother-in-law, J. B. & Juanita Foreman.Survivors include his wife, Betty Foreman Ward, whom he married on June 9, 1980, building thirty-six years of family and memories, a son, Drew Ward of Powderly, three step-children, Dale Burris & wife Michelle of Pattonville, Annette Burris of Broken Bow, OK, and Stephen Burris & wife Melissa of Powderly, grandchildren, Chelsea Burnette, Hunter Burris, Aaron Burris, Monica Nabors, Hannah Nabors, Hagen Burris, Paige Burris and Anna Ward, two great grandchildren, Alyssa Burnette and Alysson Burnette, siblings, Carolyn Dookeen of Arlington, Pat Tatum of Wynnewood, OK, and Kevin Ward of ...

Favorite trees, shrubs, vines for local gardeners - Pueblo West View

Monday, September 19, 2016

Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina). This small tree has interesting spring foliage, deep red flowers and bright red berries in summer, fall color, and forking branches in winter that resemble antlers.Most of these plants are on display at the Cattail Crossing Xeriscape Demonstration Garden. Come, take a stroll and see how many you can find. Plant lists are available by the Giant Sacaton grass. Or look them up online for more information. We hope you have discovered some new favorites for your garden.Maureen Van Ness is a Colorado Master Gardener and a volunteer member of The Pueblo West Xeriscape Gardeners at Cattail Crossing, now on Facebook. Or, contact The Gardeners at cattailgardeners@gmail.com.