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•The Library will close early at 3:00pm on Wednesday, November 22, 2017, for Thanksgiving. We have a Drop Box Slot on the north side of the building, in the alley, for after-hours book returns. Please have a safe holiday!

The Belles & Books Club will be meeting Wednesday, December 13, 2017, from 12:00pm to 1:00pm here in the Community Room of the City Building. The gals read Silver Bells by LuAnne Rice. Bring a lunch to share and join the food, fun, and fellowship!

• Come see the OKC Zoo program ‘Gotta Go!’ A great family program! Friday December 22 at 10:00am in the Fairview Community Center.  And a ‘Special Guest’ just might make an appearance!

• Check out our Facebook page here !

• Our wifi is free, and available to the public 24/7. You  must be on or near the library grounds to use it, though. It is called ‘Free Library Wifi’ and there is no password to use it.

• Make sure you have a good book – or three – to curl up with on a rainy afternoon!

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Joyce Maedean Ables

Date of Birth: March 02, 1927
Date of Death: December 22, 2011

Burial Date December 27, 2011

Funeral services not mentioned.

Joyce Maedean Stewart Ables was born in Hitchcock on March 2, 1927, to Harold Max Stewart and Sarah Rebecca Sheridan.

She married Jesse Yaeger, Jr., in Oklahoma City on November 27, 1946. Further marriage dates are not mentioned.  Her husbands, Jesse Yaeger, Jr., Clarence Fuller, and John Ables, preceded her in death.

She is survived by her daughter, Kay Frances and husband Paul M. Gilbert; two grandsons; one sister Vera Marlatt of Enid; four brothers Pete Stewart (Darla) of Dimmit, Texas, Billy Stewart (Noreen) of Oakview, California, Jack Stewart (Twila) of Ely, Iowa, and Kenneth Stewart (Pat) of Wichita, Kansas; three stepdaughters Shera Rankin of Ft. Worth, Texas, CC Wilson (Richard) of Kansas City, Missouri, and Christine Walker (Richard) of England; stepson John Mark Ables (Sharon) of Missouri; stepdaughter-in-law Minnie Fuller of Rhome, Texas; and numerous stepgrandchildren, stepgreat-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.

 

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