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•Don’t miss our Preschool Story Time every Tuesday morning at 10:00am here at the library. Children preschool age and younger and their parents and siblings are welcome!

>Our Fairview Friends of the Library will be meeting Tuesday, April 17th at 6:00pm here in the Library. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

>Gena Brawley will be hosting a Mom’s Craft Day afternoon from 5:00pm to 7:30pm in the Training Room of the City Building. Come on out and join the fun!

>Come out for the Autism Awareness Program, put on by Sooner Success and the Fairview City Library. This educational program is free and open to the public, Thursday, April 26th, from 12:00pm to 1:30pm.

>Do you have a Kindle?  Do you enjoy reading on your phone or iPad?  Come on in and ask us about eBooks on OK Virtual Library!

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• 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.

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Charles Wesley Acton

Date of Birth: April 14, 1861
Date of Death: December 25, 1952

Burial Date

Age 91

Funeral services were held at the Speece Funeral Home in Fairview; officiating clergy not mentioned.

Charles Wesley Acton was born at Boonesborrow, Iowa, on April 14, 1861, to William and Martha Acton.

He married Minnie B. Cox on August 14, 1892; place unknown.

He is survived by four daughters and one son, Mrs. Maud Campbell of Portland, Oregon, Mrs. Bonnie Holland of Madera, California, Mr. John Acton of Enid, Mrs. Josephine Weber of Kutch, Colorado, and Mrs. Martha Van Dusen of Ft. Morgan, Colorado; seven grandchildren LeRayne and Willis Pyle of New York, New York, Denver Pyle of Hollywood, California, Willa Jean Golliher and Charlene Biggs of Boulder, Colorado, Jerry Acton of Enid, Freddie Joe Weber, of Kutch, Colorado; and five great-grandchildren.

 

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