THE PEOPLE: Election Week

The Pawnee (Oklahoma) Chief was fat with political ads. Neal Vaughan (farmer, good road man) was running for County Commissioner. Amos Teter (lived in Pawnee County most of his life) was a candidate for Assessor. Roy L. Owens (common sense, clean personal character) was up for re-election as sheriff. But except for the hazy looking cuts of THESE CAPABLE MEN the Chief looked about the same as usual. The big Page One story was headed: BLANCHARDS SELL 849 TURKEYS.

In a week in which U.S. citizens had their date...

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