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October 31, 2014

Devin Quesenbury, born in Guymon, and from Kimberling City, Missouri, son of Dwayne and Barbara (Boren) Quesenbury, was born on December 10, 1967,
in Guymon and departed this life on October 10, 2014 to his home at the
age of 46.
Devin had lived in Kimberling City, Missouri for 15 years,
coming from Kansas City, Missouri. He had been a
Grain Inspector for the Missouri Department of
Agriculture. Devin was preceded in death by his father,Dwayne Quesenbury, his paternal grandparents,Sammie Quesenbury and Juanita Quinn, both of Guymon, and maternal grandparents, J.T.


October 31, 2014

Janet Fajen, 55, passed away Wednesday evening, October 29, 2014 at her home here in Guymon.

Quilts of Valor honor and comfort local war veteransQuilts of Valor honor and comfort local war veterans

October 31, 2014

The Quilts of Valor Foundation and Panhandle Piecers presented the unique opportunity Thursday evening with handmade heirloom quilts to 24 panhandle area veterans at Trinity Lutheran Church.
Meet these kind gentlemen and the story behind the warm quilts they have on their backs in Friday's edition of the GDH.

October 28th


October 28, 2014

Myra (Tony) Holder, 66 year old Guymon resident passed away Saturday October 25, 2014 in Spearman, Texas at The Hansford Manor.
Myra Charlenne Isbell was born June 15, 1948 in Pampa, Texas to Joe and Faye (Johnson) Isbell. Myra attended Pampa Public Schools graduating with the class of 1968. On September 19, 1969 Myra was united in marriage to Elmer Holder in Pampa. Myra was a Homemaker for her family.


October 28, 2014

Gayle (Hall) Caudell, 75, of Guymon, passed away Saturday evening, October 25, 2014 at the Heritage Community Manor.
The daughter of Rayburn and Agnes (Watson) Hall, she was born November 17, 1938 in Shamrock, Texas. Gayle graduated from Allison, Texas High School and attended two years college at WTSU in Canyon, Texas.

A different game of tag at the Dead Zone

October 28, 2014

When it comes to weekend fun, Kelly Westcott and Mackie Wacker are offering up an affordable way to get out while getting a workout.
Dead Zone Laser Tactical Laser Tag Combat is located two miles west of Guymon, on the south side of US Highway 54.
Wacker cites ‘The Walking Dead’, the AMC cable television hit as her inspiration for the theme of the laser tag course.
“Guymon needs something like this,” Wacker said. “This is a great way for all ages to get out and do something. I’ve had 2-year-olds out here and I’ve had a 70-year-old.”

Halloween is hopping here in Guymon

October 28, 2014

This year it won’t be difficult to find plenty to do Halloween night in Guymon. Multiple organizations are offering up shrieks and treats for the holiday.
Starting on Wednesday and Thursday, Guymon Lions Club is hosting The Haunted train at Thompson Park. Both days the train will run from 6 p.m. to dark. On Friday, the train will run 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Rides will be half price for anyone in costume.

October 27th


October 27, 2014

Patricia M (Lawson) Mallard, 74, Rea, MO (formerly of Hooker, OK) passed from this life on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at her home. She was born June 19, 1940 in Grand Island, Nebraska to Floyd and Edna (Johnson) Lawson.

Patricia was a sweet loving person who everyone would call mom. She loved her family, animals and would take in any child that needed a home and never knew a stranger.


October 27, 2014

Gwendolyn Mae (Hill) Searcy, 63, lifelong Guymon resident; passed away Wednesday morning, October 22nd 2014 at the Memorial Hospital of Texas County.

The daughter of Edward Marvin and Doris Mae (Alberty) Hill, she was born January 23, 1951 in Guymon.

Gwen attended school in Guymon graduating with the Class of 1969. She was a member of the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Gwen and Jesse Ray Searcy were united in marriage on March 6, 1972 in Guymon. Gwen was a homemaker, and had a passion for crocheting.

Friday Night Recap: Texhoma win over Fairview heats up District A-1 playoff race; Guymon running game strong in loss; Hooker offense shines

October 27, 2014

Texhoma’s 27-26 come-from-behind win in Fairview not only gave Thomas-Fay-Custer sole possession of first place in the District A-1 standings, it created a 3-way race for third between Texhoma, Hooker and Mooreland.
And if Hooker can knock off Fairview at home this week, and Texhoma can take care of Mooreland on the road, the Red Devils, Bulldogs and Fairview would be tied for second heading into the final week of the season Nov. 7th.

See full story in Monday's issue.


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