The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1948 Page: 6 of 6
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
6 SEC. II — Democrat News. Thursday. September 2. 1948
Kabbit Owners Mj\
Kxhibit \l District
I'air Here Next Veek
Five bre.-.K of rabbits with it
sixth <tivisit n set up for others
—will be open for entries itt the
district fair here next tteex fair
officials have revealed
Open for entr> are Sew Zen
land White. Champagne D'Ar
gent. Checkered Giants. Chin-
chilla Giants. Chinchilla Heat > -
weights and others
Classes include buck and doe
with junior, intermediate and
senior age groups eligible in New
Zealand White and Champagne
0‘Argent breeds and junior arid
intermediate in the others
Three lop rating animals will
rtcfivp rash )>r*nnums In t h »*
Zealand and Champagne l>
Argent breed* and a fir%? place
premium of <5 rpnti will h»* |>n\ -
**d in other classifications.
Skilled rraftm*n«Mp, prompt
service on sjuality printing at the
Democrat New. ink v lx-,....
LET S GO. FOLKS. TO THE
EUCHEE MISSION—SEPTEMBER 8-11
Meat Hat Krai Value
Nutrition acientistt gay meat It
ofi« of the rr.oit important natural
•ourcat of the B vitamins It con
tatna all of them — from the oblast,
thiamin# to th# r.eweit B vitamin,
folic avid It supp4i#« fencrout
amounts of y*«e thre# vitamins for
which recommended allowances
have been established — thiamine
nbof.avin and niacin.
Ih\ Lewis I Winfrey, Vmvers t \
Oklahoma French professor, at-
tended the universities of Mar-
burg and leipzig in Oermany and
the University »f Mana> France.
bef«.re completing his studies at
the University of Chicago
Chester L. Francis. University
of Oklahoma associate music pro- ,
feasor, wa* director of the Classen
high school chorus in Oklahoma 1
City for nine years He led the!
Comet chorus to a position of 1
Our congratulation* and good
wiohea to our farm fnends on thair
J948 lair. We urge everyone to at-
tend this worthwhile event a* a
mean* of showing their appreciation
for the past year s achievements of
our men and women of agriculture.
We look forward to the pleasure
of meeting and serving score* of our
iura. friends and neighbors during
he fair, YouU find a warm and a
hearty welcome here!
H. P. BOWLES
301 East Dewey Phone 1100
aurfar<’ he sure 1
is dry and clean i
and dust, and ;**el
"if or era
paint Remove such material u.ih
sand paper, a scraper or possibly
steel wool Grease ran best be
wiped off with turpentine
SAVINGS 4 LOAN ASSN.
FEPEFAL PLAN LOANS
Complete Ocular Examination
Glasses Mode to Fit Tout Eyes
5 N. Mam in Potter Music Co.
WELCOME. FRIENDS AND
NEIGHBORS. TO THE
EUCHEE MISSION—SEPTEMBER 8-11
• We re happy to extend our con
gratu.ations to the industrious farm
lamilies in the Sapulpa area for their
line work and achievements in agn-
culture during the past year.
• And. as a sincere tribute to them
we hope that the ! 948 Sapulpa Fait
will enioy the largest attendance in
• ^ e.come talks! And drop around
‘°r a *nendly visit with us while
you re in town!
119 So. Poplar
W. he r.pc.r* and pans las
•u k.rdt and ntckeo gt clocks
Soo u« l«r quick fuoriusiood
••rotCR Ciock. of mil r r do Inf
•o.r A.rc EdOrtroluR C.nar.or
•orv.cR and rentals.
Bert E. Drake
Free Pickup and Delivery!
Humes Drug Col
201 East Dewev
to the FAIR!
We cordially invite everyone in
the Sapulpa area to attend the 1948
Sapulpa Fair and help make it the
most successful ever staged.
We send greetings to our larm
friends and hope that theyll favor
us with a visit during the 1948 lair.
Too. we are especially grateful for
— welcome to Sapulpa.
everyone . . . and welcome to
f w 4-wv T. '
13 E. Dewey Phone 106
(-all GABE for Quality Printing ^
to the FAIR!
Welcome to Sapulpa
We hope this year • Ian
will be an outstanding su< < e«s
... a deseiving tribute t« (he el
fort* of the industrious rural form
lies in this nrh and ptos|w«ou*
W'e hope loo that you
farm friends snll visit us white
you re in town You 11 find a ren
and cordial welcome here at
LON S . . . and you II also hod u*
willing and eager to help you in
any way we can with your insur
Try LON S service . . .
and once you have . , . youII
find the utmost satisfaction hund-
red* of other* have found and
who now LEVTT2LON'
It s a date, folks The gala 1948
Sapulpa Fair at Euchee Mission on
Wednesday. Thursday Friday and
Saturday. September 8th. 9th 10th
and 11th. All roads lead to Sapulpa
for this great fall event — and wi
invite all of you to come and be with
And. fnends. while you re in
town for the 1948 Sapulpa Fair we
do hope that you'll drop around for
a visit. YouU always find a warm
and cordial welcome here — and we
always appreciate your fine patron-
LON T. JACKSON
REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE - LOANS
23 S. Park Phene 124
Ihrn Von Vrtl Limn) Printing-Phone 600.
Jones - Roberts
H 421 W. Dewey
\ B E M A R I I \
Trad* Mart S.<j U , Sal Otto
Some folks git further op pror .x-
« than most of us do on mon.-x
Its all right f be ready for fmor-
row. but if, a blg misttkr .
figure on it.
ORDER THAT NEW FALL
Men. summer it practically
gone and now weuld b« a
good time to step i„ an<1
us measure you for that new
tall and winter suit We have
tt** samples and the mater-
ials are very good.
RELIABLE DRY CLEANING
★ PHONE 642 *
TAILORS* CLEANERS I
24 S. MAIN SAPULPA
H elcorne to Sapulpa
AND TO THE 1948
Euchee Mission — Sapulpa
SEPTEMBERS - 11
It s fair time again — and time
for us to heartily welcome everyone
to Sapulpa for what we sincerely
hope will be the most successful lair
Yes. and it s time again for us
to repeat our cordial invitation to
the hundreds ol fine friends and
neighbors in Sapulpa s rural envir-
ons to visit us!
lou can bet your bools, you'll
find a warm and hearty welcome
here ... and that you'll get the ut-
most in courtesy, service and lriond-
liness when w. serve you . . . y.,.
and that we deeply appreciate your
So. welcome to the Fair, folks,
and welcome to_
G & M Hatchery 1
• "We Buy Cream"
FEED - SEED - CHICKS
100 N. MAIN PHONE 460
SAPULPA WELCOMES EVERYONE
TO ATTEND THE 1948
EUCHEE MISSION—SEPTEMBER 8-11
We join our friends and neighbors in ex-
tending a sincere, hearty welcome to all
folks everywhere to attend the 1948 Sapul-
pa Fair .. . and we sincerely hope that
it will be one of the most successful ever
It deserves to be just that kind
of a success as a due and just
reward for the tireless effort and
notable achievement of our rich
and growing agricultural industry
and the energetic men. women
and youngsters on our farms who
are working for a bnghter. more
So — let's all go to the 1948
Sapulpa Fair and show our
rural friends and neighbors that
we are mindful and appreciative
of theu good work.
Welcome to the Fair, and welcome to our
store . . . where you’ll get the friendliest,
most courteous service . . . and where
your friendship and patronage are always
Plymouth Drug Co.
25 S. PARK PHONE 88
EUCHEE MISSION — SAPULPA
SEPTEMBER 8 • 11
WE JOIN ALL SAPULPANS in extending
our rural fnends and neighbors a cordial welcome to
attend the 1948 Sapulpa Fair to be staged at Euckee
Mission in Sapulpa on Wednesday. Thursday. Friday
and Saturday. Sept. I. 9. 10 and II. And. «4 course,
we re hoping that this year's event will be the naet
successful ever staged.
While you re in town for the lair, don't lor
gef to drop around at Chastain's. Sapulpa's foremost de-
partment store, which has been faithfully serving thou-
sands of lamilies in this area for many, many years
with quality merchandise.
We've appreciated knowing and serving
so many of you. Come see us! You're always welcome
"Sapulpa's Foremoat Department Store'
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
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/m1/6/: accessed May 8, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.