The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1948 Page: 5 of 6
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WELCOME, Fair Visitors
• . . lo com* in and visit our very modern and ^
up-to-date LOCKER PLANT. W# now have a
I*w more choir® lockers for r®nt — also, plenty M
of good beef and pork to go in them.
You are most cordially invited to come in and j
us. Inquiries appreciated.
Miller Locker Plant j;
16 EAST LEE SAPJLPA PHONE 307
DEBATING THE ISSUES
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On au6ust *i, its* - just fo rr*ms aoo- thc famous
lincoln-oouolas oc»atcs scsiN eeoetecAMC roe
milks on root, travelled d*v umo'n ,ht st waoon*,
twain *, CANAL SAeeCS, MO® N* to MCA® TM« lfIAK(M ~.o
TO CARAT TMC »IWH|I«H UTOeO* SACK -t THCie Nfir,HSO«S-
om i a LiKAirgo covio at within i**±hot
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R^llr id F.iir, orc.ing Jut» PI Arrir-.g g tnT 0 ir t t|. r:i...
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both fn . S.mta l>, Ne*v Me^.co Indian h .-ulii r ifi djt r f h ' , */> A 1)
rj as moocr *'.ii. >r«i . v ■ A. a . l'i . .
T\|h \a ritrr* For Kent at GabeV Office 'ii|t|»l\
In contrast gvsgT eirizcN has a /poht stat ar tcoats
PCBATCS... THROUUM IKWSF f>EU , MAOAZINES, RADIO,
television, NCWSUIlS, WZ ACT ROT i OiOES CLEAR.LT-
CAN VOTE MORE INTELLIOCNTV ON TMC RASH OR
OPINIONS rOPAACO flg-S r IA NO
\-M ( ow|>oLe* St.irt
rraininw For 19Ul
Grid Season Sept. I
There t» *omcthing elfin and w*' !w»nr aNmt all
things American Articnca i* *ttll young and its w-i<lg
open ipacrs. with only nature for a hack drop,
**'*hen» in all of u< that *pint for adventure In pro-
ducing the Whiting number. Ranch Letters," it mi
fhe endeavor of the artot to design a hot of writing
paper that would hr duRmctivrly Amen, an When v hi
iruprct thu numk*-r you will pronounce the artist #
wcil dotv. 41 d the paper *» mi*.h All Amen-
' can" ss the great out of doors.
C«ie into the -tore anJ inspect thu number as uc .11
a* the many other heautitui numK-ri that make up the
Gabes Office Supph
108 Ea* Dewey Phone MX)
Ti'llMf hi T l«. ■ ■ "" » * .C Z 11 ll til 113 ZXI111 eaermrs* that . oines (r , the
on tfi#* sp/irta
j hun**»f of Intel
[ I.Mikshnuch It not pessimUtlr
i "Well have a giwt team. But I ,
I am not lemnc to gueas with you |
j pound. I
OhUfvm. ASM rollege, loot. '*** *T* !
c Thero wiil h#* r> no fin** i
hall varsity, with it, bowl tp. h„ i gT,m,.s ,nd „ur h ,p,# srM
i -.i.f-, n. a faij.il thme >e.r, h .rh
tn1,> th#* ;>;isl and Ms,, h.irr s* Soinr- C.
sons o( 'tefrst. intervening, hit f " UeM «t the . ; ei: r.g aorlmiit j
'he trail Sept 1 f..r the ». f s — •••.!.re ,, ,.t w,|| n. I
17th (oothsM season. | elurte stiout fi han't now regard- |
It will he the 11>th year of ^tl e« flrvt team rmteriAl There '
r" > h 1 lail.k sbaugh s re.: " . .e Iter ,1 1..I
at A*At. n whieh t.is Co.' ." -e 1 ".g no irs.ty mnleriet
elevens here won i8, lust 3.1 j ---
k Motion Docket Set
Kies vow. that they shake the
rerent stign.s of narrow defeats.
■nd ft»» tell m th* saddle seam
Most of last .year's vnr .ty is' Thirty-five .-awes have been1
hark, loaded with speedy back- i °n ,h*“ mo'k,n -ItTbet for
field men. and fired with the* r Tu.,^ 8^7. In d.ar"rt
eagerness that s'oines from the* court
The d'Rket, which Is the 1'tygysl
Ss t ui some time, U tlie first suii e
early tn June
I or Hearin« ^ept.
• LETS (r<). FOLKS!
SEPTEMBER 8 - 9 10-11
we are sure that this years fair
is going to be a success and a tri-
bute to the work and achievement of
our rural fr.ends a::d neighbors.
We heartily urge everyone to at-
tend and help make ‘-has show an
And — we heartily urge all of
you fair visitors to drop around and
visit us wh-ls you're tn town!
LORAINE COFFEE SHOP
Nick Dotivas, Prop.
Democrat News. Thursday. September 2. 1948
^ ^ X X ^ ^ X ^
u We(soniiall\ In\ite
M I ou to Attend the
u \i Kurliee Mission
if SEPTEMBER 8-11
Once again it's fair time . . .
time for us to meet in Sapulpa to
rev.ew the grand achievement* of the
progressive men and women of agri-
culture whose efforts are building a
Brighter more pro.oerous future for
Sapulpa and its env.rore..
Were genuinely proud, as a
member of the friendly business lam
ily of Sapulpa « friendly trading cen-
ter. to again rem.nd you folks — for
miles around — that our growing
city's latch-stnng is out .... that
we re proudly lookmq forward to be
tng hosts to one of the largest fair
crowds in history.
We re genuinely proud, too. that
we havs been priv.leged to serve so
many of you on so many occasions
And that's why ws hope you 11 find
time during the 1948 Sapulpa Fair
lo visit us and again allow us the
opportunity of serving you!
Appliance ( «. Motor Co.
319 E. Dewey Ave..
Phone 431 - 432
HOT POINT AND
3r -ar tsc
321 E. Dewey Ave«
DODGE 4 PLYMOUTH
Welcome to *1/04
1948 SAPULPA FAIR
EUCHEE MISSION—SEPTEMBER 8-11
We are proud of tho (act that
Sapulpa.' the friendly trading center for this
productive and prosperous agncultural
area, cooperates fully with our rural
fnends and neighbors in staging several out-
standing larm shows each year. And one
of the most outstanding, perhaps, is the
annual Sapulpa Fair. We know this year's
presentation will be highly successful
and a fine tribute to the past year s achieve-
ment^ of our rural folk in the environs of
We urge everyone to attend this
year s fair at Euchee Mission and want all
of you to know that the same warm and
friendly hospitably of Sapulpa and of
Sapulpans in general exists out here at
your Frankoma Pottery, another growing
enterprise dedicated to the mutual progress
and iuture prosperity ol our city and its
area. You're always welcome to visit our
pottery, and we look forward to the
pleasure of seeing you often!
•Welcome to the
1948 SAPULPA FAIR
.'-'0 REEL DRUG. Sapulpa s friendly drug store, cordially invites our
farm fnendj and neighbors . . . and everyone in this area ... to attend
the 1946 Sapulpa Fa r to bo stagod at Euchee Mission on Wednesday.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday. September 6. 9. lb and 11.
Of course, you il find the usual v arm and hospitable welcome
here at REEL S — and we want you to mast our store and our cool
fountain your headquarters while you're in town.
Wc re lookaig forward to meeting and servaig you fair visitors!
• Don't let 'i.f.'.l"
vw«y your better
printing j ;dgrnar).
The prestige of
remain! ’ong eft
er price it for-
gotten. Sue ui
for all Quality
We will be hep-
py to have the
fyo/i /Ittimcl Co/ie ...
Farmer* and ranchmen, reh on RKKI > to help \<>u keep
\oui liuMtuk healthy, le have a large, \rel!->t<M‘ked de-
part merit featuring drug* ami \atrine>... reined it*> for all
animal* . . .
John Frank and Employees
U. S. HIGHWAYS 66 AND 75
108 East Dewey
Reel Drug Store
“u4sA Your Doctor"
PHONE 784 WE DELIVER
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Gierhart, Ray W. The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1948, newspaper, September 2, 1948; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1531023/m1/5/: accessed May 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.