Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 53, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 2, 1946 Page: 3 of 6

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^fiieftains RouF
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liort ill the first half, as (.rigsby
asseil to Kidilli for II s.irdh and
first down on the It: wiftby
» Tried to the 1 yard line on two
Jeeessive plays, and with time
»r only one play left in the first
alt. Grigeby went over for the
meltdown. < arroll failed to eon-
•rt and the half ended.
3utts received the kick off in the
ond half and returned It to tin
pul pa 43
hit Chletfain wei e unabli
make a first down throughout the
third period, but Riddle consistent-
ly out punted the Rogers backs. The
Supulpa line, however, out played
tlir Rogers forward wall even
though Rogers managed to pick up
a first down.
The highlight of the third per-
iod WAS a he.i lit it nl Uiek hv Kid-
dle which rolled dead a few
inrlies short of the Rogers goal
line
The quarter ended With the “ball
in Rogers possession, but they were
forced to kick on the first play of
the lourth quarter Riddle return
ed the kick to the Tulsa1 team's 36
yard line
On the first play from scrim-
YES, WE’VE HAD ENOUGH
By GI.ENN O YOl'NG
— Please git this straight: We
Hron t get anywhere voting New
<K)eal democrats out who are in-
I lompetent cr derellt t in the dis-
charge of their dutle;; and n -
ilacing them with republicans
rho will be incompetent or derc-
] ct in the discharge of their
utles We want better govern-
lent. in,i tile kind we re used to.
• * a • * •
Wed have more conlidenci n
lie objecti\ity and open-intnde;!.
less of tile 1 nalysis of ptiblli
uestions by om newspapers 'l
beta editors were not so unl-
irmly found "supporting" in No-
ember the identical candidates
ucy had committed theinsehe
o support in July or August.
If you want the full story back]
it that 1J s;c Gilmer t ut and j
news" story on the front page cf
iVednesdav Herald, hive Jack
(ones tell it to you from his own |
ips Jack Junes is running for
ifficr lor the first time He lac
earned lots concerning tin slick
ricks f politicians who yet
sc, dmi i.c tiled in
old first-hand to the Herald 1
publisher, did no get space n
he news column not any ..pace
Therefore, you must be your own
udRe whether it rates as news,
■specially in view ot the im-
Jortaiuf attac hed oc the Uis. •
taller It ulna.' tilled 1? from me
rolll page to the pat ' p li'leal
id of his opponent
I had thought Dixie a conc eited
fellow c bellevi that ttM ok i
nomant who supported him did
purely from devotion to his
i pent ft
this is so can be determined
oetter when the votes ur< e min-
t'd
The courageous battle if Ok-
lahoma's school teachers lor the
scho. 1 mendinc tils hhistra".
’ny mind ho* far short the l>
tature falls in the discharge ol
its constitutional duties The pro-
cess oi running the school b:>
nistitii! tonal amendment enact
ed b-. the people is cumbersome
expensive, unscientific and Justi-
fiable only as a last resort, But
until the people will elect to the
legislature men of courage and
force of character, who will do
their duty and not shirk it to
pi y peanut politics for a road
or a Jab for seme partisan, there
appears no other course.
If the money Dixie Gilmer says
was divided in graft on school
books had been applied to legiti-
mate school purposes along with
the $900,003 our local representa-
tives gave Governor Kerr for
pocket change in some emerg-
ency. the need for the school
amendments would be far less
acute.
The zeal of our New Deal can-
didates in behalf of measures
which mean more taxes, is in
strange contrast to their lack of
interest in any measures for pub-
lic economy. That the largest of-
fice building in Creek county—
the very one Irum which they
wage their local campaign for
re-election—not long ago went
through a queer and question-
able tax "adjustment" to prevent
its sale for bark taxes, that those
very tax levies confiscated the
homes of hundileds of citizens
whose owners were not so well
counselled—seem to arouse no in-
terest on their part in the de-
sirability cf conserving the tax-
payer s money.
The new dealers must indeed
love the poor: else they would
net make so many of them by
confiscating their pay and even
their pensions in high taxes and
inflated living costs
When Governor Kerr in Sapul-
pu recently boasted that Kiu-
niichi sorghum was up from 30c
per gallon to $2.4i> y- t gallon, he
forgot to mrtrabn that the old
age pensioners, denied sugar,
must buy sorghum. He forgot to
note also that the sales tax on
the same sorghum went on, and
up rIso —800 —and that when
an old age pensioner buys sor-
ghum he also must pay the in-
creased tax.
'P.iid Advertising i
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OKLAHOMANS paid in TAXES, for the support of
Slate, Schools, County and City, Government from
$1.80 to $2.50 more on each $100.00 GROSS IN-
COME, than the citizens of Kansas, Missouri, Texas,
or Arkansas, paid in 1S45-1946.
This is the primary reason JOB making INDUSTRIES
ARE BY-PASSING OKLAHOMA, and locating in our
sister States. >
To Correct the evil of paternalistic, one party, ex-
cessive GOVERNMENTAL cost—
ELECT THESE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES to the
LEGISLATURE November 5th.
STATE SENATE
RALPH (BRICK) KIRCHNER
STATE REPRESENTATIVES
JACK JONES — Office No. 1
Q| D. BENNETT-OfficeNo.2
A. J. PETERS-Office No.3
At the Top of the County Ballot
magi In Sapulpa in thl« quarte%
Ausmus hit the line driving and
fighting his way past tackier
after tackier In travel all the way
for a tourhi own in a stirring play
w'lil lt coinp'etely took the heart
out of the Ropers.
The Chieftains threa'cned once
more as Brachselck intercepted a
pass and returned the ball to the
Rogers 24 The attack bogged down
as Ausmus and Wayne Carroll were
unable to pick up yardage and Leon
Brachseick was thrown for a 16
yard loss.
In the last few minutes of the
game, with the ball In possession
of Rogers on the Sapulpa 45. four
Straight desperation passes were in-
complete and Sapulpa took over
on downs.
Bill Crawford and Brachselck
combined to pick up 16 yards and
make the only first down for Sa-
pulpa in the second half
The win puts Sapulpa In the lead
In the 6-A conference race, out
there are still two hurdles left: the
always dangerous Muskogee Rough-
ers, and the biggest hurdle they
have faced or will face is undoubt-
edly Tulsa Central Central has al-
ways been the rock on which the
Chieftains have foundered In the
past: It remains to be seen whether
they can spoil Sapulpa’s record
again.
STATISTICS
Sa- Will
pulpa Roger*
First liownt 7 »
Yards gained rushing 179 X7
Yards lost rushing 63 14
Passes attempted i I
Passes completed 3 1
Passes Intercepted by 3 6
Fumbles I 1
' Opponents fumbles ree. 1 1
Vards lost, penalties S3 20
Number punts 9 7
ate yards 33.3 31.*
Punt
l.egion Auxiliary
Luncheon Monday
All of the members are asked to
be present for this meeting.
DR. J L. DIFFENBACHER
DENTIST
New, Modern X-Ray
iDli Cast Lee Phone 704
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
J. G. Adams
Republican for County Clerk
In Guthrie, Oklahoma, my former home, I served «3
President of the Chamber of Commerce, President of the
Rotary Club and as Chairman of the Board of Education.'
1 am proud of the work I did in these positions.
My wife and I live in Sapulpa and are home-owners
here. I have reared five children, ail of whom are college
graduates. Three of my children served with distinction
in the last war; one as Lieutenant in the U. S. Navy, one
as Lieutenant-Colonel in the U. S. Army, and the third,
a daughter, is secretary to the foreign legation in Shanghai,
China. While I have retired from a successful career in
business, I am qualified in all particulars to serve in the
office for which l am a candidate.
Even though you vote for my opponent for the office
of County Clerk, I do hope you will vote for Olney
Flynn for Governor and the other republican candidates,
for I am personally convinced that it’s time for a change.
RE-ELECT
G. B. CHUCK
CORYELL
COUNTY ATTORNEY
I have sought to faithfully represent the people of
Creek County and their best interests by carefu'ly
guarding the tax structure of the county and eliminat-
ing judgments against the County and the School
Districts.
I have tried always to prevent and eradicate crime, by
sensibly handling all crim.nal erses. As a result of this
policy, crime in Creek Cojnty has been at a low ebb
and you, as citizens, reap the benefit in this type of
protection.
I have been active in all civic and school affairs that
would in any measure be of value to the citizens of
this community.
I have at all times tried to be a good County Attorney
and a good citizen. •
Democrat Candidate for
COUNTY ATTORNEY
G. B. Chuck Coryell
of Creek County, Oklahoma
Earle A. Crowe
DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION AS
COUNTY ASSESSOR
EARLE A. CROWE is asking for re-election to the
office of COUNTY ASSESSOR and cites you to his
qualifications. He has served you for the past two
years in an efficient and courteous manner. This office
is conducted in a business-like pro-
cedure. I he assessment rolls and tax
rolls ate up to date and the tax rolls
are new ready to be delivered to
the C ountv Treasurer for collection.
® I he office of the County Assessor is
one of the most important offices in
the county government. In this office
we take the assessments for the whole
county including real estate, personal,
and intangible property. We not only
make assessments for individuals but
for corporations as well. We also make up the tax’ rolls
for all public service, such as railroads, telephone and-
lelegraph companies and all oil corporations who do
business m the county under the name of public service
4 inc if flee furnishes the basis for practically all the Imai-
cia! business of the county. If we fall to get the assessments
in property and then figure them correctly, the county stands
to lose tax money that gees to the upkeep of the county
schools, roads and loc »1 government.
fl Earle A Crowe has the qualifications to continue as vour
County Assessor He is a college graduate, holding an A B
Degree from Central State College at Edmond. and having
completed n part of the work on his Master's IVgree at the
university of Okhhomn He Is a graduate of the School for
Assessing Officers a! Uie A At M College at Stillwater Mr
Crowe 1m* had 15 years experienre teaching In the schools of
Cteek Countv He has three vears experience In the mercan-
tile business at Drumrtght. Hr is married and has two child-
ren He owns his home at 1306 East Fuirvi. w in Sapulpa
4 Earle Crowe asks the continued suppnrt of his friends and
neighbors of Creek County and promises them the same txpe
of service that he has rendered in the past
For Four Years of Unprecedented Progress
m DEMOCRATIC fci
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9 “3*
JAMES E BERRY
Lieut. Governor
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(TWRIGHT
etory of Stoto
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ROY J. TURNER -JL-
Governor ^
^HE DEMOCRATIC PARTY always has
been the party of vision, sound plan-
ning, positive action — progressive. The
Republican Party always has been the
party of selfishness, greed, stagnation,
ruination — negative.
GLEN D. JOHNSON
Congress, 4Hi P
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V $. J SNA*
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Oklahoma
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MAC Q
WILLIAMSON
Attorney General
■rA
JOHN D CONNER
Stote Treoiurer.
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OLIVIR HOOGf
Supt Pub. Intf.
CHARLES G MOP
Examiner and
Inspector
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JOE C. SCOTT
President Stote Board
of Agriculture
JIM HUGHES
Commissioner
of Labor
or 4
BUCK COOK
Com Charities
and Corrections
DONALD DICKEY
Ins. Commissioner
RAY C JONES
Corporation
Commission
JOHN a BRETT
Criminal Court
ot Appeals
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BEN ARNOLD
Supreme Court
N. S CORN
Supremo Court
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THOS L GIBSON
Supreme Cosirt
.\4»*r leadership
.\>ir Vigor
Sound Program
ANDY PAYNI
Clerh of
loprsoM Coart
JOHN M MALLOY
Chief Mine Insp.
SAM C WILLS
A..r, Mim Imp
JOHN MOOR I
Asst. Mine Iota
JOE JOHNSON
Asst. Mine Insp.
JOE HOBSON
A*ef. Mins top.
Vote DEMOCRATIC AW.
• COUNTY TICKET •
D.STRICT JUDGE
C. O. BEAVER
SUPERIOR JUDGE
HERBERT L ARTHURS
COUNTY JUDGE
SAM CUNNINGHAM
COUNTY TREASURER
P. J. STEPHENSON
COURT CLERK
LEE SNIDER
COUNTY ATTORNEY
G. B. “CHUCK’’ CORYELL
COUNTY ASSESSOR
EARLE CROWE
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
BIRNEY D. HERRIN
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 1
FRANKIE M. HORN
STATE SENATOR
EVERETT S. COLLINS
STATE REPRESENTATIVES (Vote for Three)
COUNTY CLERK
W. B. KEY
SHERIFF
C. W. DULANEY
STREETER SPEAKMAN
C. C. GRIMES
Division 1
LOU ALLARD
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
EDD SNIDER
W. M. (BILL) SHIBLEY
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C. W. POLLOCK
Sapulpa Township
C. L. BULLOCK
Division 2
Division 2
CONSTABLE '
J. B. HENDERSON
Sapulpa Township
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