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by Esther Israel have been having so much and this week I don't have want to remind everyone Jt the cem- 'so they can mow. They will ron June 16th. four children of Eric and esa Yarborough went first to and then Oklahoma City to Cheyenne with I_,a I's mother. They have been OVer two weeks and won't untilthe 17th. " and Billy Mobray told McCoy of Bacliff, to see his Mom in the Care Center and had come to see yed with his sis- in Boise City. Bible School had and grew almost ev- d a real crowd for :ram on Friday night. d teachers and all are to be congratulated Well done. and Lori Harriman were at Jim-N-I in Elkhart on when Rev. Del and Watkins and M.J. and I lere. We had a wonderful went to the hos- visit with Donald Stewart been readmitted to the J. and ! attended a dinner Moscow, Ks. on Mon- and I had a doctor's in Guymon on Tuesday.On Thursday we made a flying trip to Amarillo and were back by 1:30 Bobbie Watkins and I visited Elaine Mobray on Sunday after- noon and while we were there Joe and Joyce Randolph came so we got a good visit with them also. Graveside rites were held at Willowbar on Monday for Maxine Lawson who was raised here many years ago. Dinner was served at the Methodist Hall for the family. She was the oldest daughter of Forest and Nettie Lawson. It's A Girl! Lexi Brook Necl was born June 2, 2001, in Mineola. KS. Parents are Josh and Tiffany Neel of Meade, KS. Grandparents are Kent and Dclline Tooley of Boise City and William and Peggy Necl of Meade, KS. Grcat-grandpar- ents are Doe and Wayne Toolcy and Ed and Del Francis of Boise City; Bradford Nccl of Meade, KS; Amy Jo Neese of Liberal, KS.; and Darral Taylor of Gar- den City, KS. Great-great-grand- parents are Paralce Kohler of Boise City, and William and Leda Golobay of Mcadc. KS. By Kelly Collins Social news This in from Viki Roberts: Diane Smith turned 60 on Sat. GOTTA BE IN THE PAPER This message sponsored by the Oklahoma Press Association. i , ' .. , "... . .'..'..." .'. "~". ,.' June 9% There was a birthday party at Monty Joe and Vicki Rob- erts' to help her celebrate. She arrived leaning on Smitty's arm and being supported by a cane, though everyone laughed that Ina Kay Labrier out did her by com- ing with her walker. Guess it just depends on where you are on the age scale! Mostly family members attended, but Janice Smith and Nora Like did come by for the hamburgers and cake! Happy Birthday Diane! Jeff, Bethany and Brylie came by Great Grandparents Monty Joe and Vicki Roberts on Sunday and stayed for a nice long visit. Jeff will be returning to finish his col- lege about the 4th of July and will graduate in August. The Roberts thought that you would like to know that Evelyn is doing well. She is now walking some with the help of the walker and an aide. She is confused at times, but is healing from her falls and would love a visit from any- oNe. Meetings The Black Mesa Camp Meet- ing June 21-24 will be starting with a kick off Breakfast at 7 A.M. Mountain Time on June 21. Chuck Wagon Meals will be 7 A.M., 12 Noon and 6 P.M. Moun- tain Time. The meeting will be at the Roberts Ranch Campground 3 miles North and mile east of Kenton. Every one is invited. For information call Rance Grice at 580 261 7431. Comments We have in Kenton few people; there are 24 residents in the town itself and even when you include the ones that think of Kenton as home because it is the nearest JUNE 1 3, 2001 town it is still not many. People the same tone of voice again that raise families here see them grow up and move off because of lack of real employment. Each year we dwindle a bit more. We lose more and more of the young and the old. I can hear the groans now; "oh no he is on about this again." It is time to act on this or to fade into another place like Wheeless, Moses, Seneca, Guy and so many others. Kenton is unique; it has potential that is be- ing wasted. It has opportunities right now that may not be avail- able in the future. I have seen this community pull together as a com- munity despite differences in state lines, politics and religion. For the good of all and for a continuation of Kenton's existence we need to do so again. Change, as I have so often said, is coming. Whether it is from outside or a fading out to nothing from continued loss of population, we need to address this now while we can control our own fate. If you have comments, suggestions, or a rebuttal contact me. 580 261 7727, Emaii ckellyc@ptsi.net, or P.O. Box 27, Kenton OK 73946. Tongue in Cheek One of the lost ones came to the Kenton Merc not long ago. He got here by making the wrong turn out of Boise City I suppose. He was a young man in his late 20's to early 30's He pulled up in front of the merc in his sports car, stepped out and looked around. He didn't look happy. One of the lo- cals was sitting on the steps out- side enjoying the weather and the greenness of the scenery. The lost man asked the local in a demand- ing tone of voice "Where am I?" "Kenton" was the reply. The lost man looked around again and in THE BOISE CITY NEWS PAGE 5 asked, "Just how far away from anything civilized am I?" The lo- cal man looked at him then at the sports car, then back to the man again. "Oh about 30 years I reckon." CONGRESSMAN FRANK D. LUCAS Sixth Congressional District, Oklahoma Lucas statement on McVeigh Washington, D.C.- U.S. Sixth District Congressman Frank Lucas made this statement Mon- day following the execution of Timothy McVeigh: "'My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families on this day, with the hope that they can continue the healing process from their loss, knowing that the man that mur- dered their loved ones has been brought to justice. It is my hope that now those who were wronged can begin a new chapter in the healing pro- cess, secure in the knowledge that Timothy McVeigh will never kill again. I have no doubt that a just sentence has been carried out to- day, and that the person respon- sible for this terrible crime against the citizens of Oklahoma has been brought to justice. I have supported capital pun- ishment in both the Oklahoma state house and as a member of Congress. There is no better ex- ample of the need for a death pen- alty than Timothy McVeigh." Facts: The Murrah Building was in Lucas district, as is the bombing memorial. Lucas' Oklahoma City district office was only a few blocks from the Murrah build.ing, and was damaged in the blast. Lucas sponsored the legisla- tion to get a c!osed circuit cam- era for victims families to watch the Oklahoma City bombing trial in Denver. Lucas was instrumental in get- ting the funding-authorization for the downtown.revitalization, as well as the funding for the bombing memorial The cooling capacity of an air conditioner is measured in BTUs or British Thermal Units. One BTU is the amount of energy required to heat one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. In Memory and Honor of Ruth Payne a Lifetime Resident of Cimarron County, Oklahoma She had a "special way" that warmed the hearts of overvone who knew her. And the quaiities that made herlthe wonderful per- son she was:haveilefl us all with many beautiful memories May your own precious memo- ries be a comfort to you now, and throughout the days to come. From, a loving friend, Maudie (Ellis) Kincannon Boerne, Texas b never saw it coming. -: You were thumbing through the paper, minding your own business. When suddenly this ad caught your eye. And your interest. Newspapers don't read them- selves, you know. I! tares two, a newspaper and you. That's why newspaper is such a powerful advertising medium. It requires your full attention.and complete concentration. The radio can be playing to nobody in particular, and the TV can be on in an empty room. But when people turn to their paper, they turn there with interest. Which means that's where your advertising message needs to be. With all the choices available, it's difficult deciding how best to advertise your business. But everything becomes a little simpler when you remember one rule. | EO. Box 278 105 W. Main Street Boise City, Oklahoma 73933-0278 voice: 580 544-2222 fax: 580 544-3281 email: roseber tsi.net ql