Western Oklahoma Christian School students Levi Bailey, left, and Nathan Cooke enjoy a pizza party provided by Clinton Daily News as a reward for their “Design An Ad” participation.

The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed a bill recently that would protect nursing home residents from being prescribed anti-psychotic drugs without their informed consent or being prescribed the drug by their physician.

Friends for Life volunteers Mike Rivera and Lindsey Busin hold items that will be offered in the group’s annual garage sale fundraiser to be held 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, May 4. To donate items call organizers at (580) 445-5660 or (580) 445-7314. No books or clothing.

During a visit to Grace Living Center, Mady Grace Bailey, 4, gives a big hug to resident Barbara Swinney.

Those lost to work-related accidents will be remembered at a special ceremony to be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 30, on the 2nd Floor Rotunda of the State Capitol.

Winners of the third through fifth grade spelling bee at Will Rogers Elementary in Burns Flat are Jamee Prater, first place; and Kaylee Miller, second place.

A wedding shower was given recently for Morgan Hill, bride-elect of Robert Behrens, in the parlor of Clinton’s First Baptist Church. In attendance were, from left, hostesses Renee Hill, Virginia

Jentry Howell and Leathern Spitz have announced intentions to marry in July in a ceremony at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Clinton. She is the daughter of Lynn Dale Howell