The June 7th, 1979 issue of Kingfisher Times has an article on page 9 entitled "Tennis Family Reunion Held at Shafenberg Lodge" quoted in partThe descendants of William and Laura Tennis held their annual reunion, May 27, at Shafenberg Lodge with 37 members present.Mr and Mrs William Tennis were early day settlers in the Kingfisher area. They came from Forest City Iowa in 1893 and purchased a farm north of Kingfisher. They were the parents of nine children; Lloyd,Lillie, Jennie, Sam, Bertha, Mable, Everette, Nora and Angie.Buster Calpett of Bethany will act as president and Dorothy Leitner as secretary and treasurer for the next year. Five of the children are still alive, Angie Hale age 81 is in the Kingfisher Nursing Center. Lillie Dillingham is in Houston Texas, Bertha Harmon in Pamona Calif, Mable Pugh in Flagstaff, Ariz and Nora Edwards in Kingfisher.The article lists all attendees, those from Kingfisher were Marion Hale, John Garms, Ardith Parsons, Karen Leitner McKinley, Dale and Louise Altizer and Elllie McLaughlin. The Old Settlers Brick Wall is at the intersection of State Hiway 33 and Hiway 81, in Kingfisher, if you don't immediately see it any one can show you. From Tulsa just go down I44to where Hiway 33 intersects, take 33 all the way to Kingfisher, as you come out from under the railroad underpass in town the wall is to your left.Your Toenniesmay even have a brick there with that spelling, if it does the Historical Society there could probably tell you the person who gave the info and purchased the brick.If any of this you think may tie I can put you in touch with descendants of Everett Tennis, two of his daughters are still living. Some of the other names mentioned may still be alive and in Kingfisher.