Littlefield Life

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19
Aug

Wiseman Family holds reunion July 22

The Wiseman Family held their 15th Biennial Reunion on Saturday, July 22, 2017 in the Community Center in Sudan, when descendants of William Henry Wiseman and Alice Melvina Townsend began assembling around 9:30 a.m.

William Henry Wiseman was the son of John S. Wiseman and Louisa Watkins Wiseman of Belton, Bell County, Texas. William Henry was born in 1843 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and Alice Melvina in 1847 in Itawmaba County, Mississippi. Alice Melvina was the daughter of James Madison Towsend and Frances “Fannie” Bowles Townsend.

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Sat
19
Aug

Hewitts celebrate 60th anniversary

Dale and Gurli Hewitt of Whitharral, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at a family dinner and trip to Ruidoso, N.M. earlier this summer.

Dale Hewitt and Gurli Engmann were married Aug. 20, 1957 in Copenhagen, Denmark

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Sat
12
Aug

OLTON MARCHING BAND PARADE AWARD

These Olton High School Band students were presented the second-place parade award during the awards ceremony Saturday evening

 

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Sat
12
Aug

SERVING BENEFIT MEAL

These women served a brisket benefit meal Friday evening in the Olton Ag Pavilion, to benefit the Rivera and Marquez family, whose home burned in a fire Saturday, July 29, on Avenue B at Fourth Street in Olton.

Shown, left to right are Christy DeLaCruz, Lauren Casares, Norma Casares, Cassie Guerrero and Connie Guerrero.

The event was sponsored by Dustin and Shawndi Rose and Clay and Melinda Rose.

 

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Wed
09
Aug

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION—The Olton Enterprise honored Olton writer, Mozelle Trotter, Saturday afternoon at the Enterprise Offices, with a reception in recognition of her 50 years of service to her community newspaper. She has been writing historical stories, that remain true today, and she brings some of them back to current issues of the Olton Enterprise.

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Wed
09
Aug

Olton Classes Celebrate at the Annual Sandhills Celebration

OLTON CLASS OF 1967

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Wed
09
Aug

Awards Presented at Olton

A.G. HUGULEY FAMILY--Janet Pyle, John Huguley, Kay Galloway, and Daryl Huguley. They honored their father as Parade Marshal, due to his death on April 13, 2017.

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Sat
05
Aug

WINNER OF JOHN DEERE MOWER

Keith Kelton was the winner of the raffle drawing for this John Deere mower Saturday evening, at the closing of the Amherst Celebration. He already has it at home in Littlefield.

 

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Sat
05
Aug

Ice Cream drew big crowd Wednesday, for Olton’s Celebration Cavett Memorial Center open house, EMS’s Hamburgers, and Cake Auction

SAMPLING ICE CREAM -- After the three divisions of ice cream (fruit, candy and other) were judged, the people who had bought a cup (which went to benefit the Olton Chamber of Commerce) were allowed to taste test as much ice cream as they could hold, or as much as they wanted Wednesday night during the Sandhills Celebration at Olton.

 

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Wed
02
Aug

Amherst Celebration draws good crowd

APPLAUSE FOR THE SINGERS—After the Bigham sisters had sung one of the many songs they played and sang Saturday morning, during the annual Amherst Celebration, the crowd that had gathered in the shade of the Amherst Park Pavilion, were offering their appreciation applause.

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