Matthew Watson, a senior economics major from Tuttle, (foreground) stands victorious after being named Mr. USAO as his fellow competitors salute him. The Mr. USAO competition was part of Family Weekend held at the University of Science and Arts on Nov. 18-19.
Among a field of nine competitors, Matthew Watson of Tuttle was crowned “Mr. USAO” on Nov. 19 as part of Family Weekend at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
ORANGE BEACH, ALA. – After starting the season 2-2, the Drover coaches and players found the right fit for success and the Drovers are playing for the second year in a row in the NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship Second Round.
The Drovers defeated ninth-seeded Missouri Valley last week to earn their spot at the final site in Orange Beach, Ala. Their next test is Azusa Pacific, who entered the tournament eighth seed and tied for 15th in the country. The game is set for noon Tuesday.
Funeral for Verda Marie Seyfert, 95, Grandfield, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First United Methodist Church, Grandfield, with the Rev. Tiffany Smith, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Cemetery, Grandfield, under direction of Gray Funeral Home, Grandfield. Verda passed away Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, in Lawton. Mrs. Seyfert was born April 23, 1916, in Grandfield to John and Agnes (Rodgers) Champion. She moved to Fort Cobb, at an early age and attended Sunset Elementary School. She graduated from Fort Cobb High School with the Class of 1934.
Serelda Kneeland Cody passed away on Friday, Nov 11, 2011 in her home surrounded by her family. She was born March 1, 1943 in Seminole, Oklahoma to Leo Claude and Blanche Louise (Smith) Kneeland. She married Derrill Cody on Jan 25, 1963 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and was looking forward to celebrating their 49th year of marriage. Serelda loved her family and especially her grandchildren. Serelda was a proud member of the Seminole High School Marching Band. She attended Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha, Oklahoma. She was a homeroom mother many times for her children.
Funeral for Norma Jean Twohatchet-Hotema, 63, Carnegie, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel, Lawton, with the Rev. Milton Otis and Pastor Billy Harris officiating. Burial will be at Twohatchet Cemetery, Fort Cobb. Norma died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at her home, in Carnegie, with her loved one by her side, Prayer Service will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Comanche Nation Funeral Home Chapel. Norma was born Dec. 30, 1947, in Lawton, to Wallace and Dorothy (Wolf) Twohatchet. She graduated from Anadarko High School.