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Kellyville, Creek County
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Elmer MCCOY and family of Depew spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of H. E. VIRGIN.
Mrs. FRANCIS, Mrs. C. W. HODEN and Mrs. BUSSETT were shopping in Sapulpa one day last week.
Mrs. George SMITH of Bristow visited at the home of H. H. HARVEY last Tuesday.
Mrs. BOWMAN of Sapulpa spent the week end with Mrs. FRANZEN.
Mr. BINUS and family, Coody MAYS, Mildred KING, Fred HUESTON, and Mary KING took dinner with Mr. And Mrs. HARVEY Sunday, it being Coody's 21st birthday.
John KELLY is putting an addition to his house.
Coody MAYES, Mildred KING, Fred HUESTON, Mary KING, Forest HUESTON and Harold RORSBACH took supper at Mrs. H. B. HUESTON'S, it being Fred's last Sunday at home before going to a training camp.
Bruce HUESTON is taking turns at swinging the sledge over the bits for Mr. RATHBONE at one of the wells out at Blue Bell.
The Red Cross rooms are moved one door east of the Palace Drug Store and the lots of work is being done by the ladies.
A. W. JOHNSON of Pawnee, Oklahoma and Miss Vella VICKERS of Glencoe, Okla., were quietly married April 18th in Tulsa at the home of Mr. and Mrs. BRUNER, uncle and aunt of the bride. The Rev. Mr. ABLE was the officiating
Fred HUESTON, and Earl ------ round up cattle for Mr. FRANZEN Tuesday.
Mrs. RORSCHBACH was over from Muskogee Monday.
The basketball girls of Kellyville beat the Bristow team Friday.
Only three more weeks of school.
Mrs.. PHILLIPS spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. PADDEN.
The teachers and a bunch of high school students were entertained Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. PADDEN. Reports are that it was so good to be there. Games were the amusements of the evening. Splendid refreshments were served.
Clifford HUESTON and wife of Tulsa came in Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. H. B.. HUESTON.
Mr. and Mrs. FRAZEN have sold their house to Ed LYNCH. They will move into the REASOUR'S house in the middle of May.
H. B. HUESTON DIES HERE
Tulsan Had Operated Hotel at Stillwater Before
Picture Of H.B. Huestion The Huestion House Hotel
H. B. HUESTON, 83, years old, business man of early territorial days,
died last night at his home at Fifty-sixth street and Peoria Avenue.
Hueston settled at Stillwater, Indian territory, and entered the hotel business.
In 1908 he moved to Kellyville, where he later became a justice of the peace.
Four years ago he came to Tulsa and made his home with his daughter, Mrs. J. E. NICHOLS. Surviving is another daughter, Mrs. Elmer BAIRD (BASIL), Pauls Valley, and five sons, Burton B. (Merton), Sands Springs; Bruce, Stillwater; Fred, McAlester; Clifford, Oklahoma City; and Forest of Texas.
Funeral services will be held here sometime Tuesday, after which, the Monroe funeral home will send the body to Sapulpa for burial.
Notice dated in pencil Wed, Dec 31, 1933, probably Tulsa
Tulsa World, Sept 6, 1970
At 96-97 RENDEZVOUS BY WHEELCHAIR PROVES NO LESS ROMANTIC
by Beth Macklin of the World Staff
Article With Picture: Mr. and Mrs. Nichols, 77th anniversary.
Pioneer Oklahoma Dies At Her Kellyville Home
Funeral Is To Be Held There Tuesday
Kellyville, Ok.. April 17-- (Spl)--Funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Irene HOUSTON, 77 year old pioneer of the west side, and known to hundreds as "Aunt Jennie," will be held here this afternoon, Reverend Castleman of the Christian church in charge. Burial will be at Sapulpa.
Mrs. Houston died at her home here Sunday following four years of ill health with rheumatism.
During the opening of Oklahoma in 1889, and thereafter, the Houston family became one of the best known in the central part of the state. Coming from Warsaw, Ind., where Mrs. Houston was born and later married Hamilton Bruce Houston in 1869, and the couple came to Kansas by covered wagon and later settled a claim near Stillwater.
The Houston Hotel was one of Stillwater's first, and is still operating, under another name.
Mr Houston was for many years a deputy United States marshal and was one of the group of marshals who raided the little town of Ingall's, holdout of outlaw's, in the early 90's. Houston's brother, Tom, was one of the officers killed.
Although she had seven children of her own, Mrs. Houston mothered the five children of the dead officer until they were grown, and in Stillwater acquired the affectionate name "Aunt Jennie."
In 1906 the family removed to Kellyville.
Surviving besides the husband are five sons: Fred W., Forest D., and Bruce Houston, all of Kellyville and C. V. "Sam" Houston of Tulsa and M. B. Houston of Medio station; two daughters, Mrs. M. E. BASIL of Stillwater and Mrs. J. E. NICHOLS of Tulsa. Three brothers, 18 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren also survive.
Note: The photo of the Hueston House in Stillwater posted on PhotoGallery "Snapshots Of The Past" shows Jennie on the porch.
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