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Cimarron Electric Centenarian (continued from page 1)


H.H. and Jaunita have one daughter, Jan, who H.H. lives with today in Enid. Jaunita passed away in 1999. She lived to be 79 yrs. old.


“When Cimarron Electric Cooperative built the lines to our house, our lives changed for the better. I had the house and barn wired for lights and plugs. When the electricity arrived, we had electric lights, electric appliances and an electric milker in the barn! That electric milker was my favorite, it did so much of the work. We got a freezer to put chickens and beef and all kinds of food in. An electric refrigerator and an electric water pump. Lots of labor was saved because of electric- ity. Made it easier for Jaunita to make her delicious chicken and noodles and the best cinnamon rolls you ever tasted! I think Cimarron Electric Cooperative is a great company that works to make life better for it’s members,” said H.H.


When asked about his long life and excellent memory, he recalled that he always eats about the same time every day. He has bacon and eggs every morning, lunch at noon and has supper at 7 after watching The Wheel Of Fortune show on TV.


He has never smoked or drank and he reads the paper every day (plus many farm magazines from cover to cover). “Our folks took us to church. I believe in God.” Said H.H. “ My proudest moment was when Juanita and I were blessed with Jan.


Jan and HH Williams


I think our nation’s proudest moments were winning World War II and putting a man on the moon. Ronald Reagan was my favorite President. “He was one of the good ones.” When asked what advice he would give kids today, He said, “Work hard. Help your neighbors out and be honest.”


Mr. H.H. Williams has seen a lot in his lifetime. “I started farming behind mules and horses. My farm renters now have drills that blow the seed in the ground and combines with 35-foot headers. I saw the two planes from Vance collide in ’42 or ’43 while farm- ing. I saw the Hindenburg fly over our farm heading east. I’m fortunate to have lived my whole life in a free country and I worry about our countrys future for my family and friends. I am a 13 year cancer survivor. I am very fortunate to have Jan to take care of me. All in all, I know I have had a great and wonderful life!


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