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Sadie! Sadie! Shady Pretty Lady In Waiting...

Vol 7, Iss 26 My name is Sadie. I am the newest addition to the Wagner family. AND... Lady in waiting to "The Duchess of Rose" (Top Dog of this Clan)!

I have heard a lot about this precious Pug from the NW Okie. I hope Duchess is looking forward to meeting me as much as I am looking forward to meeting, playing with her and her friends. I know they can teach me a bunch of things.

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NW Okie's Journey

Vol 19, Iss 5 Have you ever heard of the term "Swat the Knockers?" This is what we found in The Wichita Beacon, dated 15 April 1909, Thursday, page 7: "Swat the Knocker." The Knocker wasn't numerous but he was awfully busy in Wichita. The Knocker didn't appreciate what local magnates had done for Wichita by getting it advanced to a higher league.

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Duchess of Weaselskin

Vol 14, Iss 44 Bayfield, Colorado - My five-point Buck friend, shown on the left, came to dinner the other evening, 24 October 2012, here in Southwest Colorado Rockies, North of Bayfield. It was the night before our temperatures dropped into the teens.

What a magnificent animal, don't you think? In Colorado it is considered a 5-point Buck, because they only count the points on one side. In Oklahoma it is referred to as a 10-point Buck. Whatever! It is still a great view, don't you think?

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Duchess of Weaselskin

Pochahotas Doli

Vol 13, Iss 46 Bayfield, Colorado - Veterans Day Weekend brought chilly, cloudy weather to the San Juan mountains of Southwest Colorado, but only a few flakes of snow mixed with graupel and rain made a slight appearance. Monday the sun came out, but there was still a chill in the air.

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Duchess & Sadie's Domain

Vol 13, Iss 13 Bayfield, CO - [Another photograph taken by Robert L. Wagner, Alva, Oklahoma.] -- As the sunsets four miles west of Alva, Woods, Oklahoma, on the 25th March, we were rounding the corner of the last weekend of March, 2011.

We hear from some of you in northeast Kansas that the chilly, cold weather has caught the tulips and daffodils in their awakening of Spring. Did the blooming spring flowers survive?

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Millennium Edition

Vol 3, Iss 1 Slapout, Oklahoma - Here it is a week into the New 21st Century! Thanks for all the memories you have sent in the past Volumes of "Oakie's HTH." I am working on some Slapout, Oklahoma 2001 photos I took this week and hope to have them ready for you next week. Send me some history and memories of Slapout... If you get a chance.

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Who Was St. Nicholas? Sinterklaas? Santa Claus?

Vol 11, Iss 51 With just four days before christmas, have you ever wondered ... WHY? What is the real meaning of Christmas? Who was St. Nicholas? How does that relate to our Santa Claus of today? How did the Santa Claus tradition begin?

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Duchess Deer Debacle

Vol 11, Iss 43 Duchess and Sadie, The Pugs, still have been on deer alert here in Southwest Colorado. Particularly when the deer try to raid the hanging birdfeeder. This is a movie clip NW Okie took of my "Duchess Deer Debacle" this last Sunday morn, 25 October 2009. They have been split in to two movie clips: Duchess Deer Debacle I -- Duchess Deer Debacle II

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Dear Duchess

Vol 11, Iss 26 June 2009 is almost gone and July is just around the corner. For many in the small rural community of Dacoma, Oklahoma, that means staging a 3rd of July picnic and blowout of fireworks in their community park a day before Independence Day, July 4, 2009.

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Winter, Moons & Updates

Vol 11, Iss 2 This has been a dry, sunny week of melting in Southwest Colorado. The roads seem clear, but the snow remains with icicles melting, forming on the edges of house roofs. We did get about a quarter of an inch of snow Friday evening, but the sunshine on Saturday and Sunday has taken care of that new snow.

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Colorado To NW Oklahoma

Vol 10, Iss 43 [The photo on the left shows "The Pug & Sidekick" (Presidential Posse)! Front step: Duchess (The Pug) & Sadie (Sidekick) on back step, positioning for campaigning.] -- We got up early Friday morning, October 24, 2008, and packed "The Pug" and her sidekick, Sadie, into the Tundra pickup to make the journey East to NW Oklahoma along highway 160 East from SW Colorado.

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Pugs & SW Colorado Cooler, Drier Air

Vol 10, Iss 22 Well! What these horses hear from those SW Coloradians is, "We (NW Okie, David & The Pugs) left northwest Oklahoma early last Thursday morning and arrived at Bayfield, Colorado around 6:30 p.m. MDT after about a 12 hour drive through, western Oklahoma, southwestern Kansas and southeast Colorado."

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Vol 9, Iss 43 Last Sunday saw a cold front heading through the Rocky mountains and dropping 4 to 5 inches of snow as far South as Walsenberg and LaVeta, Colorado.

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Duchess Corner

Vol 8, Iss 30 Everyone needs a Rainbow shining in their lives now and then! So -- let us share this southwest Colorado rainbow that we captured the other evening after a light thundershower. [more]... View/Write Comments (count 4)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


Vol 8, Iss 9 Opening of the northwest corner of the Old Castle on the Hill campus. In other words... only the rubble remains of the women's dorm (Oklahoma Hall) on the norhtwest corner of NWOSU's campus, in Alva, Oklahoma. What a sight! This photograph was taken last week by R.L. Wagner. Thanks, Robb!

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MERRY CHRISTMAS From the Bottom of Our Heart.s...

Vol 7, Iss 51 To Keep this week's newsletter/ezine simple and short for this special weekend, we have included a couple of this writer's favorite Christmas poem and a 1897 editorial: Yes, Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus -- 'Twas the Night Before Christmas [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


OkieLegacy Goes To The Dogs...

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Holiday Greetings To All

Vol 10, Iss 50 It has been snowing every few days here in southwest Colorado. Monday, Dec. 8, 2008, we wokeup to 2 inches of wet snow. I measured it on my NEW McWagner Snow Gauge that my youngest son made me.

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Alva High Class of 66...

Vol 7, Iss 27 Last Saturday evening the '66 Classic Bugs & Bugettes of Alva High met at "Champs Bar & Grill" in Alva, Oklahoma with the Classes of '64 & '65 for their Class Reunions [more]... View/Write Comments (count 2)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


Our Family Genealogy Database...

Vol 7, Iss 16 This Genealogy & Family Tree stuff is like "A Neverending Story" [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


In Search of Dreams

Vol 1, Iss 3 It was Thursday, April 15, 1999, NW Okie wrote this article, "In Search of Dreams."

"We all are in search of our dreams! What is yours? May you be blessed and embrace with peace, love, light, courage and strength the mysteries and challenges of Life while following your hopes and dreams - Discovering what Life has to offer you - What you have to offer others. Be true to yourself - Show respect to others who may be different from yourself." -- LK Wagner, March 1999.

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Walking With Sadie

Vol 17, Iss 17 Houston, TX - Woof! Woof! We made it down to the Northwest parts of Houston, Texas, a few days ago. No flooding in our area and the rain has stopped, leaving sunshine as the first days of hurricane weather begins.
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This Day In History (October 10)

Vol 13, Iss 41 America - On Oct. 10, 1973, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew pleaded no contest to one count of federal income tax evasion and resigned his office. Go to article

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Freedom, OK's 2008 Old Cowhand - Dean Wilson

Vol 10, Iss 34 We didn't make it back to Northwest Oklahoma last weekend for Freedom's Rodeo, Cowhand Reunion and Shootout. BUT... We read in this week's NW Oklahoma weekly newspaper, The Freedom Call, that Dean Wilson was the honored Old Cowhand this year (2008) at Freedom's Old Cowhand Reunion & Rodeo.

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Old Opera House Mystery Continues...

Vol 8, Iss 29 The continuing story of the Old Opera House Mystery - Part II has hit the newstands and mailboxes with the July/August edition of the "Prairie Connection [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


1939 - Waynoka Newspaper...

Vol 6, Iss 9 We were reading a 1939 Northwest Oklahoma newspaper (The Waynoka News ) dated Thursday, June 15, 1939 [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


2016, Letter to US Senators

Vol 18, Iss 30 Dear Senators:
As your constituent and someone who has paid into Social Security my entire working life, I am concerned about the agenda now underway in Washington to target Social Security with deep cuts.

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Duchess of Weaselskin

Vol 15, Iss 20 Bayfield, CO - Not much happening at the Raccoon Diner here in Southwest Colorado since we took down the jumping stump and made it harder for the 'coons to climb the wobbly pole to reach the bird feeders, but our friend in NW Oklahoma sent us the following time-lapse video of some purple (grape smell) Irises that were blooming in our front yard, in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma, 18 May 2013.

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NW Okie's Corner

Vol 14, Iss 19 Bayfield, Colorado - [images of Heaton/Clark family connection on the left and the McGill-Heaton connection on the right. Click images for larger view.]

There is a friend of mine back in Northwest Oklahoma that shares a 2nd cousin connection with Joseph "Joe" David Heaton. Joe D. Heaton died this past week, 2 May 2012. I have always teased my good friend, J. L. "Bud" Clark, about our ancestrial relationship, getting a slight grin and chuckle out of Bud as he denies any genealogical connection.

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NW Okie's "The Good Old Days"

Vol 13, Iss 10 New Amsterdam ( - I have been working on my maternal and paternal ancestors over at Ancestry - paristimes, especially my maternal Dutch Ancestors of CONOVER / KOUWENHOVEN / COUVENHOVEN. I have found some interesting stories, legacies and information in my research.

The photo on the left shows my Great-Grandmother, Sarah Francis CONOVER (KOUWENHOVEN/COUVENHOVEN) (1848-1924), who married Henry Clay PARIS (1844-1918). Their children were (not sure of the order but believe Grandpa Ernest Claude Paris is standing, far right): Arthur Henry (may be seated, on the far right), Volney Peter (1872-1960), Myrtle Mae (1885-1965) (the only daughter) & Ernest Claude (1879-1959); seated in front, left to right is Sarah Francis CONOVER PARIS, Henry Clay PARIS and another son, Decatur Ray (1877-1947) (Decatur may be standing on the backrow).

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NW Okie's Ramblings

Vol 12, Iss 38 Bayfield, Colorado - Okay! I guess Duchess told on me, huh? I am a day later than usual, but can you blame me for wanting to be outside in the Fall, cool rocky mountains, instead of in front of my laptop?

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NW OK Marriage 1943

Vol 5, Iss 12 Oklahoma -

Fisher-Roby, Jr. - Saturday, 23 May, 1943, Alva, Okla. - Fisher, Roby vows Solemnized At Weigand Home Saturday Morning - The marriage of Miss Mary Alice Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher, 818 Center, and Max Roby, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Roby, Sr., Wichita, was solemnized at 11 o'clock Saturday morning at the home of the bride's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weigand, 729 Third St.

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Once Upon A Warwick

Vol 10, Iss 17 Once upon a time very long ago, William Fechtig Warwick was born 11 August 1822 in Augusta County, Virginia to Robert Craig & Esther (Hull) Warwick. [See WARWICK Genealogy.]

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Duchess' Soapbox...

Vol 6, Iss 31

Y'all know that for the past eight weeks Oakie and I have been on the road between Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas and Texas with hardly enough time to take a pitstop and breather in our hometown of Alva.

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Another Shooting In 1941 - Alva...

Vol 7, Iss 3 Does anyone out there know of anyone who might be able to shed some light on what became of Kenneth Root (17 years of age in 1941)?

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Jacob & Mary (VANCE) WARWICK's Sketches...

Vol 7, Iss 14 Jacob & Mary (Vance) Warwick's framed sketches have found a family home. A lady (Carolyn) in California contacted us this week. Her family is directly related to Jacob & Mary... 4th great-grandparents through Rachael Primrose WARWICK (daughter of Jacob & Mary).

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Pendleton County, (West) Virginia - Formation & Early Middle Period (1787-1818)

Vol 14, Iss 34 Pendleton Cty, (W) VA - As we learn more about our ancestors of Pendleton county, (West) Virginia, we have found many names listed below showing up in our paternal genealogy of the Warwick/Gwin/Eckard ancestors. Especial how the Poage/Poague family married into the Warwick family. I have tried to include in parenthesis those in my ancestry tree.

Abraham Eckard's relationship to this NW Okie is as a paternal grandfather of wife of great grand aunt (Reuhama Gwin). Such as, Abraham Eckard (1791 - ), relationship to me: paternal grandfather of wife of great grand aunt; Absalom Eckard (1825 - 1898), Son of Abraham; Job E Eckard (1847 - 1911), Son of Absalom; Reuhama "Hami" GWIN (1857 - 1921), Wife of Job E.; Samuel GWIN (1825 - 1871), Father of Reuhama "Hami"; Signora Belle Gwin (1860 - 1934), Daughter of Samuel; Constance Estella WARWICK (1882 - 1968), Daughter of Signora Belle; Gene M MCGILL (1914 - 1986), Son of Constance Estella Warwick McGill; and that leads to me, Linda Kay MCGILL Wagner, daughter of Gene McGill.

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LK's Nutty Pecan Pie

Vol 13, Iss 48 Bayfield, CO - This is a pecan pie recipe that my mother made for us. My sister, Dorthy, and the rest of our Wagner family have made some changes to it by adding 2 cups (or more) of chopped pecans for a more nutty pecan pie without a too gooey, sweet filling like most pecan pies.

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Claud Baird

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An Okielegacy Centennial Moment

Vol 9, Iss 26 This is an old WWI photograph that Roy Kendrick shared with us. It is the Truck Company #6, 110 Motor Supply Train, 35th Division, at Camp Doniphan, in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, taken October 26, 1917.

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Shawnee Chief Cornstalk...

Vol 6, Iss 8 Another reader sent us some information he found online concerning the Shawnee Chief Cornstalk and the Battle around Point Pleasant and Lord Dunmores battle in Virginia in the late 18th century [more]... View/Write Comments (count 1)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


History of Baseball

Vol 13, Iss 13 America - My brother-in-law, Lou Wagner, commented on Feature #5963 of last week's OkieLegacy Ezine, "Linda, since I was born in Detroit, I always had an interest in the Tigers and Ty Cobb. If asked how to understand life, I would answer 'Read the history of baseball.'"

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Butch Cassidy, Thought To Have Been In St. Louis (1901)

Vol 17, Iss 38 St. Louis, MO - It was in The St. Louis Republic, St. Louis, Missouri, dated Thursday, November 7, 1901, that we found this mention of Butch Cassidy on the front page: Stolen Bank Notes Representing $7,000 In Satchel of Bandits Woman Companion."

St. Louis police were fast weaving a web about the suspected Montana Train robber arrested Tuesday night. Admissions from Woman already point to guilt of pair. Complete confession may be secured leading to arrest of others and recovery of more plunder. Butch Cassidy, the third member of the gang, thought to have been in St. Louis.

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Historical Crystal Park Colorado

Vol 12, Iss 52 Crystal Park, Colorado - Back in July 1909, my grandmother Constance Estella Warwick (before she married my grandpa Wm. J. McGill, march 24, 1910) traveled to Colorado Springs and toured Crystal Park and other sites around that area in Colorado.

Because of the scrapbook Grandma kept and that I scanned and put up on my Oakiepics Webshots, I have heard the following from the Historical committee for the Crystal Park, in Colorado.

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NWOSU's Fall Honor Roll List

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Meats & Meat Specials (1934)

Vol 12, Iss 44 America - According to Home Comfort Cookbook of 1934, page 64, here is what they suggested to young cooks cooking on the Wrought Iron Range in the 1930s when it came to the cooking of Meats and Meat Specials. Did your grandparents or parents have a special meat preparation, recipe that you would like to share? We would love to hear about it and share with the rest of our readers. Just email Linda (Email: mcwagner.lk@gmail.com).

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Oil Rig Fire Probable Strike by Lightening

Vol 13, Iss 12 Dacoma, Oklahoma - Did you hear, see or read about the oil rig fire that was about 1/2 mile northwest of Dacoma, Woods county, Oklahoma a few days ago? They are saying it could probably have been struck by a lightening storm in the area at the time. - [The photos above were taken at a safe distance by photographer, Robert L. Wagner of Alva, Oklahoma.]

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Westview - A Waynoka Connection

Vol 11, Iss 6 We found this next item of interest in one of our packed boxes. It came from my husband's sister, Joan (Wagner) Hodgden. The name of the Journal was Westview - A Journal of Western Oklahoma, Vol. II, No. 4, a published quarterly by Southwestern Center for Regional Studies. It was published, Summer of 1983 by the executive committee of Southwestern Regional Studies Center.

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Flames Leap From Air (1922, Alva, Okla.)

Vol 15, Iss 9 Alva, OK - On Roostweb site was the following: Friday, 17 Mar 1922, Vol 35, No 48, in Kathy's notes that she had transcribed it with as much legibility as she possibly could.

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NW Okie's Distant Craighead Ancestors

Vol 13, Iss 19 Tennessee - Well! I have finally found a connection to the Craighead ancestors that I have been researching, but have NOT found the connection to Nancy Craighead (1757-1867) that married Edward Luttrell.

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Oct. 1932 - New Post Offices Approved For Alva, Pawhuska and Hugo

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Nosy Horses at Fairvalley, OK

Vol 10, Iss 16 If you drive through Fairvalley, Oklahoma, you will find our "nosy" horses gathering at the gate to check out the contraption that was making a movie of their antics out at Fairvalley [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


Splashes-Pigeon's...

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Calling ALL Alva High (Gold) Bugs

Vol 10, Iss 52 "I have a lot of programming done on the navigation, but I still need to develop the comment submission, BugNet submission, and the Comments viewing area [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


Camels In Waynoka

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Businesses In Alva, Okla. - May, 1947...

Vol 7, Iss 18 Some of you out there might remember some memories of some of these businesses that could be found in the Alva (Oklahoma) area, around May 1947:

  • Rialto Cafe
  • Tony's Cafe
  • Babcock's Cafe
  • Coffman's Cafe
  • Wright's Cafe
  • Shorty's Cafe
  • The National Farm Loan Ass'n of Alva
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    Encoding Your Browser...

    Vol 8, Iss 3 My Gmail (webmail collected through the IE browser, on PC computer) was suppressing the line breaks in the OkieLegacy email [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Bull Fights of Alva, OK

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    Inquiry: William Wiley Guinn

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    March, 1938 - A Cappella Choir...

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    Old Opera House Mystery - Chronology...

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    Alva Square Memories

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    Chicken with Ripe Olive and Pepper Salsa...

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    John James & Mary Markvicka Hurt...

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    King Parrot Brand, etc...

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  • NW Okie's Corner

    Vol 7, Iss 23 Another COOL week in SW Colorado finds us traveling back from the '49 era of NW Oklahoma last week -- finding ourselves catching up with the present for a few minutes -- looking back to the early 1900's (1908-1912) in Woods County, Oklahoma with a brief glance into the 1950's and early 1980's.

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    Memories At boot Hill

    Vol 1, Iss 8 Boot Hill, KS - It was August, Thursday, 1999, when NW Okie wrote this following piece, "Memories at Boot Hill (Ancestors, Drifters, Troublemakers & Unknowns)."

    It isn't everyday that Oakie finds a possible ancestral lead at famous Boot Hill Cemetery in Dodge City, Kansas. This Memorial weekend I had the opportunity to search a famous cemetery for a link to an alleged ancestor who was buried at Boot Hill.

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    Duchess of Weaselskin

    Vol 14, Iss 39 Bayfield, CO - Have you ever had a chance to observe the eating habits of the wildlife (birds, ground squirrels & chipmunks) of Southwest Colorado and other areas?

    The following video was taken by and courtesy of NW Okie's youngest son, Robert L. Wagner, 23 September 2012. Hope you enjoy the Sterling Jays, chipmunks and ground squirrels caught in the act, feeding on peanuts, corn and sunflower seeds with a movie camera nearby, in Southwest Colorado.

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    Duchess of Weaselskin

    Vol 13, Iss 36 Bayfield, Colorado - Hope you all are having a safe Labor Day weekend! Southwest Colorado Rockies has been cool and wet this last week. Our "sweet 100 tomatoes" have really started ripening. They are those little, round tomatoes with a slight sweet taste that you can just plop into your mouth. From garden to kitchen a few do not make it back to the kitchen. Especially if they are ripe for eating!

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    Duchess & Sadie's Domain

    Vol 13, Iss 12 Bayfield, Colorado - [The photo on the left was taken the evening before (Friday, 18 March 2011) and he photo on the right was taken Saturday, 19 March 2011, by photographer, Robert L. Wagner, Alva, Oklahoma. Great shot, Rob!]

    On March 19, 2011 were you ready for the "Supermoon?" Did you view the "Super Moon?" How about that huge, bright "Super Moon" Saturday evening?

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    Duchess Snowy Domain

    Vol 12, Iss 10 The view on the left is what you could expect to see up at the Vallecito Res., in Southwest Colorado, in the San Juan mountains, north of Bayfield. Saturday, Sunday and Monday was a different picture, though.

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    Duchess Deer Domain

    Vol 11, Iss 47 HAPPY THANKSGIVING! ... Welcome to our Evening eZine/Newspaper! Seems like NW Okie has left this Duchess Pug with a heavy load the past few weeks. I'm goin' take a long snooze afterwards with my wildlife creatures in my Deer Domain ? AND ? GO ON STRIKE!

    By the way ? Have you met my friend Mr. Buck pictured on the left while he was grazing on fallen wildbird seed mix?

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    Duchess' Domain

    Vol 11, Iss 34 The weather and temperature in SW Colorado on Monday morning, August 24th, 2009, was at 52F witht he humidity at 54% and an overcast, cloudy Monday morning. The Albuquerque, NM weathermen were talking last night of the monsoon's coming through SW New Mexico all this next week. Before that our temps were in the high 80's. It is good to see the rain!

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    Spring Snow of March 2009 - NW Oklahoma

    Vol 11, Iss 13 The digital photo on the left was taken by one of my sons, Michael E. Wagner, living in the Alva, Oklahoma area during this weeks Spring Snow, March 28, 2009.

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    Happy New Year 2009

    Vol 11, Iss 1 As we wound down the last week of 2008 by bringing in another New Year, we have been enjoying some much needed sunshine that helped compact and melt a few inches of the snow that fell in SW Colorado during Christmas week.

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    Moving Weekend

    Vol 10, Iss 26 Patti Page - Its A Good Day
    Where has June 2008 gone? Our Independence Day (July 4th) is just around the corner! AND... things are hectic this weekend in SW Colorado for the Wagner family!

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    From Tornadoes To Snow

    Vol 10, Iss 21 Some of us have been panting like a short-nosed Pug in this warm, humid Oklahoma Spring climate. Other two legged creatures have experienced the itchy eye syndromes of the weed/tree pollens that are high around northwest Oklahoma this time of year.

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    Duchess Corner

    Vol 9, Iss 26 Please excuse our tardiness this week and next. Besides gardening, building a water-fountain, we are also in the process of heading out to California for a week.

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    Duchess Corner

    Vol 8, Iss 23 We give you this rose from our garden as a present for your patience, understanding and staying connected with this NW Okie and her two Pugs. We appreciate everyone for helping us learn and preserve our memories and heritage. We know we couldn't do it without you. Thanks to you all! You can also view more of our Roses & Tomatoes at Oakie Webshots - Roses & Tomatoes Album.

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    Duchess Corner

    Vol 8, Iss 5 We seemed to have jogged a few memories of old cistern tales out there. Thanks to everyone that sent in their stories. Also, we forwarded those stories to "The Prairie Connection."

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    Vol 7, Iss 49 Here it is Saturday afternoon by the fireplace in the valley of southwest Colorado -- trying to keep warm [more]... View/Write Comments (count 1)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    NW Okie's Corner

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    Giving Thanks & Genealogy Info

    Vol 10, Iss 47 As a dry, cold front settled through Southwest Colorado by mid-week we encountered gas prices falling below the $2 mark in Durango, Colorado.

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    600 Block of Barnes Avenue - Alva, OK...

    Vol 7, Iss 25 We have been reading in our Footprints Across Woods County history book -- looking for information on the Pribble Hotel, DeGeers Grocery Store, Illinois Cigar Store and Alva Body & Fender Works [more]... View/Write Comments (count 1)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Our NEW Grand Niece

    Vol 7, Iss 13 March 24, 2005 we received news that our NEW grand niece made her appearance known [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Walking With Sadie

    Vol 17, Iss 39 Houston, TX - Woof! Woof! The image on the left is a photo my human friend (R. L. Wagner) sent us this October, 2015, showing a view of Mt. Irving and snowy mountain peaks, reflections in the pond.

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    Walking With Sadie

    Vol 16, Iss 38 Bayfield, CO - My favorite human, RL Wagner, took these images of an eagle perched in the dead tree on the Northeast side of Vallecito Lake. Thought maybe you would enjoy viewing some precious mountain scenery, wildlife we encounter daily in our neck of the woods.

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    1926 Alva Businesses

    Vol 6, Iss 39 Alva, Oklahoma - 1926 Alva Businesses - View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    OkieLegacy's Blogs & Ezine Posting

    Vol 9, Iss 36 I have gathered so much Oklahoma Legacies in the past 8 (going on 9 years) that sometimes I forget what all I have on my webpages.

    I have been trying out some CMS/blog-type software on some of my website hosting servers to see if this is how, what I want to use to manage some of that information.

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    Kansas, Indians & 1867 Peace Treaty....

    Vol 8, Iss 24 Have you ever wondered what the "Rest of the Story" was concerning the Medicine Lodge Creek Peace Treaty of 1867?

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    OkieLegacy Centennial Moment

    Vol 9, Iss 37 The Run For Homes... Seventy-Five thousand In The Scramble. The Strip Is Opened At Last. The Horses Beat the Railroad Trains, Because of the Terrible Crash -- The Crack of 100 Carbines -- The Signal -- The Stampede For Land -- No Casualties of a Serious Nature Reported -- Scenes and Incidents.

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    Ranger Album 1917, NSN Societies & Local Pan Hellenic

    Vol 18, Iss 22 This is a page showing the NSN Societies and Local Pan Hellenic organizations that were a part of Northwestern State Normal School, in Alva, Oklahoma.

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    NW Okie's Corner

    Vol 14, Iss 51 Bayfield, Colorado - It was one week to go before Christmas Eve, and all through the house, some took a movie break, while the cat chased the mouse. Oh! Shucks! That is not quite right, but what the hey! We went dashing to town through the snow. What can I say!

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    NW Okie's Ancestrial Lineage

    Vol 13, Iss 19 Bayfield, CO - In a past "OkieLegacy Ezine I mentioned that I am at a roadblock with my LUTTRELL / CRAIGHEAD ancestors that married into my MCGILL ancestors. I am presently doing research and searching books, memiors and family histories for the CRAIGHEAD (name also spelt CRAIGHEID, CRAGHEDE, CRAIGIE, CRAGGY, CREAGHEAD and CRAGHEAD) and the LUTTRELL's descendants to see if I can unblock these roadblocks. I did find where a possible Craighead connection married the sister of Benjamin Franklin. More about that next week.

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    NW Okie's R & R In San Juan Mtns

    Vol 12, Iss 52 Bayfield, CO - We have put up some younger year photos of Dorthy & Connie McGill at the ranch, a few miles north of Waynoka, OK and at 703 7th Street, in Alva, Oklahoma. The photo on the left is a picture of the Ernest Claude & Mary Barbara (Hurt) Paris siblings. You can see a slideshow of the whole collection of Dorthy and Connie's earlier years in the slideshow below.

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    NW Okie's Ramblings

    Vol 12, Iss 37 Alva, Oklahoma - Where has the month of September gone. I know it is only reaching mid-way, but why do the days past so quickly?

    Only a little over a week plus a few days until Northwestern OSU has their Fall Homecoming 2010. How many homecoming does this make for NWOSU (a.k.a NTN, NSTC, NSC)? 1899? I have lost track, but know that I have run across the first homecoming somewhere in my notes and research. Maybe someone out there reading this could enlighten all us Northwest Oklahomans.

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    1938 NSTC Ranger Album

    Vol 12, Iss 3 We have been sharing a scanned copy of the 1938 Ranger Album with family genealogists for awhile and thought perhaps some others might be interested in downloading a PDF file of the 1938 Ranger Album. It is a large file. You can either open it up in your web browser and save a copy to your computer -- OR -- right click on the link and "save as" to a folder on your computer for further genealogy research.

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    Jogging More Memories

    Vol 9, Iss 10 Rod Murrow sent us a link to one of his Flickr photos of an old homestead northeast of Freedom, Oklahoma, just a mile off of highway 64. It is what survives of a rock prairie home beside a county road. We are curious if anyone knows anything about the history of this old rock homestead.

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    Last Week Corrections & Gas Prices...

    Vol 7, Iss 44 Last week we made an error in reporting that Hwy 281 ran through Okarche, Oklahoma [more]... View/Write Comments (count 5)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    $50 Reward

    Vol 10, Iss 20 We found this reward sign amongst our family treasures, but do not know what year it was offered. Evidently... it was offered when $50 was a lot of money in those days. Whatever days that was!

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    Past Is Prologue To Future!

    Vol 1, Iss 4 It was on a Thursday, January 6, 2000, that NW Okie published this in her "Heart To Heart," as a "Letter to The Editor." Past Is Prologue To Future! It is our responsibility to learn the lessons of our forefathers and choose wisely the steps into the Future.
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    Highland, Virginia - Given Names & Surnames

    Vol 14, Iss 26 Highland, VA - We find in the History of Highland County, Virginia that nearly all the pioneers of Highland were adherents of the Presbyterian or of the Reformed Church. They were zealous Protestants. In naming their boys and girls parents showed a marked preference for names taken from the bible. We find a host of men named Andrew, Jared or Samuel, and a host of women with such names as Anna, Elizabeth, and Martha. Other names, such as Christian, paschal, Valentine and Sophia, are associated with church history.

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    Clara Gorsching (1926-1929)

    Vol 13, Iss 30 Oklahoma - In the OkieLegacy, Vol. 7, Iss. 30, dated 7/30/2005, Deanna Griffin (Gorsching) had an Inquiry concerning Clara Gorsching. It has been about six years since then and I do not know the email of Deanna today, but maybe someone out there reading this might be able to help these Gorsching descendants. If you do not want your email address posted for everyone to view, I would like to help you make the connection. If Deanna, Richard and Ciera would like to exchange emails, you could go through my email address (Linda - Email: mcwagner.lk@gmail.com) and I could hook each of you up together.

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    Looking Back ... To 1891 - Clark Pioneers

    Vol 11, Iss 17 January 3, 1891 Clark Pioneers In Oklahoma Territory -- The following story is a recollection of the Pioneers, the Clark's that came to Kansas, around Kiowa, and made the run into Oklahoma Territory, November 16, 1893. The Clark's mentioned below are ancestors of J. L. "Bud" Clark of Alva, Oklahoma.

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    Warwick, Woods & M Questions

    Vol 8, Iss 34 One reader asked us, "Where did you get the name Warwick from? Any relation to the Warwick's of Pocahontas County, West Virginia?"

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    NWOSU's Green Space Dedication (9/9/2008)

    Vol 10, Iss 37 Our oldest son, Michael E. Wagner, took some recent video of Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) dedication, September 9, 2008, in Alva, Oklahoma, of the NEW Green Space on the northwest corner of NWOSU's campus, where the old women's dorm, Oklahoma Hall, once stood.

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    Alva POW Camp Artist

    Vol 5, Iss 13 Novosibirsk, Russia - "Dear Folks, I'm not sure who will read this, but here goes. My name is Diana Glasgow and all my great-grandparents pioneered in Woods County.

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    October 12, 1912 - Boston Jumps One On New York

    Vol 14, Iss 42 New York - According to The Bemidji Daily Pioneer, Bemidji, MN, dated Saturday, 12 October 1912, tells us that the World Series was being played as "Boston (Red Sox) Jumps One On New York (Giants)," with the superb pitching of Wood pulling out odd game, although New York Giants secured most of the hits.

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    Looking Back ... To The Future!

    Vol 11, Iss 15 Looking back at the OkieLegacy beginnings ten years has has been somewhat interesting to see where we started from and where we are now. The archives shows the 1st Issue we published as a multiple feature format. Before then, it was basically a weekly personal journal entry.

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    Scott Cummins - Pilgrim Bard

    Vol 15, Iss 6 Alva, OK - The following concerning Scott Cummins, the Pilgrim Bard of Northwest Oklahoma, appeared in Vol. 4, 2002, of The OkieLegacy Ezine and was furnished to the OkieLegacy Ezine by a descendant of Scott Cummins.

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    When the Fans Hibernate

    Vol 13, Iss 44 Beaver, Oklahoma - The Beaver Herald, November 4, 1909, had the following article about baseball, written by James Bristol Green, with the heading, "When the Fans Hibernate." It was the ending of the season as the died in the wool baseball fans must content themselves with recalling the exciting games of the past season until the rich of the gong next spring starts the race for the season of 1910.

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    NWOSU Spring '09 Honor Rolls

    Vol 11, Iss 25 Michael says, "I have to let you know that the Spring '09 honor roll is out. I once again made it on the President's Honor Roll for Post Graduate students (4.0)."

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    The Moon & Venice

    Vol 11, Iss 1 Our youngest son, Robert L. Wagner, took this great shot around the the first of January, 2009 up in the San Juan mountains of Southwest Colorado.

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    1st Woman To Vote In Congress Election (Mrs. C. W. Rogers)

    Vol 14, Iss 11 America - The picture in that news article shows the first woman to vote in the Congress Election. It was Mrs. C. W. Rogers. It was in the 10 March 1918, Section 5, Magazine Section, page 17 that we found this article where suffrage worker tells her news in rhyme and opens up the glad Sprintime, as written by Eleanor Booth Simmons, and titled -- "And Now The Suffragette Doth Shine."

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    History of McKeever School

    Vol 12, Iss 21 McKeever School, Oklahoma - The History of McKeever School, written and researched by Milt Lehr, Professor Emeritus, NWOSU. The Cherokee Outlet of the territory of Oklahoma was opened to settlement by the Land Run of 1893. After securing a homestead, the pioneers' immediate concern was the education of their children. The first schools were often a soddie or log building and later schools were built using clapboard, stucco, of wood and plaster construction.

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    1925 Spring & Summer Seniors...

    Vol 7, Iss 14 "I found this (Class Roll - Spring & Summer Seniors of Alva High School) when cleaning out a closet. It is printed on the back of my mother Mildred Evans Certifcate." -- Earl [more]... View/Write Comments (count 1)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    March Winds

    Vol 9, Iss 9 [Transcribed by OkieLegacy & LK McGill Wagner from Scott Cummins book, "Musings of the Pilgrim Bard," page 13 [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Greetings, Alva High Goldbugs...

    Vol 8, Iss 25 "The Class of '53 now has a website - www.goldbugs53.org - Hopefully, we can remember the address. It has reunion information (in case you can't remember where you put the one you got in the mail), pictures of the 50th and a whole page of pictures that might look familiar to you and other info.

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    Canadian (Texas) Red Hats...

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    Woods County Borders In 1906

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    Calling All '89 AHS Goldbugs

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    Col. Kirkbride's Peanut Brittle Legacy

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    1944 - Herb Gold Says

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    Return of the NW Oklahoma Cardinal

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    OkieLegacy Guestbook

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    TODAY'S TIP: GMail Hard Drive Makes Space Available...

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    Alva, OK Snow

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    A Prairie of Dreams (Castles of NW Oklahoma)...

    Vol 8, Iss 13 by - LK Wagner

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    L. A. Wagner Cash Grocery - Alva, OK

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    Duchess Corner

    Vol 7, Iss 17 Another week has passed! It is the last weekend of April, 2005 filled with April showers for some of us -- snow for the higher elevation mountain folks. Here in the Valley of SW Colorado things are greening up -- the birds are chirping, singing -- you can hear the gobbling of the turkeys in the early morning daylight hours.

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    Duchess of Weaselskin

    Vol 14, Iss 52 Bayfield, Colorado - My human friend, RL Wagner, took this photo on the left this last week at Vallecito Lake, which shows the north end of the dry lake-bed covered in snow, and looking to the northwest mountains of the San Juan National Forests.

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    Duchess of Weaselskin

    Vol 14, Iss 29 Bayfield, Colorado - Our human buddy, Robert Wagner, has made a fantastic slow-motion video last Friday the 13th of July, 2012, of the hummingbirds feeding at the northend of Vallecito Reservoir, in SW Colorado, with his GoPro Hero2 camera with it set at 120 FPS, slowed down 16x.

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    Duchess & Sadie's Domain

    Vol 13, Iss 16 Bayfield, Colorado - Well! From a Pug's point of view, it has been a bit warmer here in the SW Colorado San Juan mountains this last week. I am not complaining, though. I love sitting on a mound by my owners pickup and watching the wildlife.

    We hear Tornadoes and Red Flag warnings are blowing through Oklahoma and neighboring states. Is that so?

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    Duchess & Sadie's Domain

    Vol 12, Iss 48 Bayfield, Colorado - When bedlam college football comes around this time of year, these pugs and other dogs out there might want to retire to another room other than the TV viewing room. Those humans can should get loud, excited when their favorite NCAA football teams battle it out, especially in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

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    Duchess' Snowy Domain

    Vol 12, Iss 4 As we round the last corner of January 2010, we have had a couple or three days of reprieve from snow storms here in the San Juan mountains of Southwest Colorado, but it has been downright chilly with temps in the high 20s and low 30s during the day and dropping to negative figures at night. BUT . . . Isn't that to be expected during Wintertime?

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    Vol 11, Iss 46 We hear Wolf Creek Ski Resort got another 30 inches of snow added this last weekend to its already 50 inch base it already had accumulated. Here North of Bayfield, Colorado we received about 4 inches of snow Saturday, November 14, 2009.

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    Duchess' Domain

    Vol 11, Iss 33 Can you remember what you were doing 40 years ago, during the Summer of '69, August 15-18, 1969 to be exact? Were you one of those 450,000 rock-n-roll music lovers, hippies making their way to the "Peace & Love" Woodstock Festival at White Lake, New York? Lots was happening the Summer of '69!

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    Happy St. Patricks Day!

    Vol 11, Iss 11 Yep! The wearing of the emerald-green for some of us Irish is just around the corner. Tuesday to be exact! I am thinking about wearing my green into Durango and partaking of some Irish stew and green beer on St. Patricks Day.

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    Winter Snow for Christmas '08

    Vol 10, Iss 51 We wish you all the best during the Holidays & Merry Christmas to You & Yours! Happy Winter Solstice!

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    Another Place

    Vol 10, Iss 23 For the past few months we have been busy scouring the classifieds for another place to lease up here in SW Colorado near the San Juan Mountains. Well! Finally... after checking out lots of local rentals, we have narrowed it down to a couple places and will be moving around the end of June or beginning of July. Hopefuly, around the end of June.

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    On the Road To Oklahoma

    Vol 9, Iss 45 We hear NW Okie is "On the Road to Oklahoma" this weekend. somewhere in Garden City, Kansas this Saturday evening -- heading towards Northwest Oklahoma for it's Centennial Celebration next weekend, November 16, 2007.

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    Duchess Corner

    Vol 9, Iss 23 While our yellow, pink roses, peonies and other flowers were blooming this week, we were feeling a June 2007 freeze during mid-week -- after the Wednesday Winds blew in gustily at 60 to 70 mph here in the southwest valley of Colorado.

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    Happy 1st B-Day, Sadie Sadie...

    Vol 8, Iss 16 Our Sweet, Snoozing Sadie Sadie, (pictured here) will be celebrating her first birthday, April 25, 2006, Tuesday. She is almost as smart as Duchess, but has a way to go ... yet!

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    Okie's NW Corner

    Vol 6, Iss 15

    It has been beautiful weather around the NW parts earlier this week until Friday, 9 April 2004, when a cool front and showers brought approximately 1/2 inch of rain in our NW corner -- with promises of more cool, wet stuff to follow this weekend [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Vol 7, Iss 48 Well! We have survived turkey, dressing, and the works of last weekend [more]... View/Write Comments (count 1)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Genius Is 1% Inspiration

    Vol 7, Iss 10 They say, "Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration [more]... View/Write Comments (count 5)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Kron Prinz Wilhelm Ship & Wagner Ancestrial Photos...

    Vol 7, Iss 28 While back in SW Colorado we had a great visit with our brother and his wife (Lou & Kay (Westindick) Wagner) last weekend [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Wednesday Morning Backing on Maple Street...

    Vol 7, Iss 21 Well! Oakie is at it again! Trying to put the blame on me and my friend, Ruff! It wasn't this View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Walking With Sweet Silly Sadie

    Vol 18, Iss 27 Alva, OK - I know my human has been a little distracted this last week, 'cause during my Doctor Vet annual wellness checkup, we found out this eleven year old Pug has the beginning of cataracts in both of my eyes. I Know some humans use seeing eye dogs to get around. I guess this "Sweet Silly Sadie" is going to use NW Okie as her seeing eye human.

    This weeks OkieLegacy Ezine/Tabloid is a mixture of the Warwick family lineage of NW Okie, and how much she has compiled over the years. Plus other items from the 1912 Republican & Progressive Bull-Moose split and Pres. Teddy Roosevelt's campaign fora third term as President.

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    Walking With Sadie

    Vol 17, Iss 23 Houston, TX - Woof! Woof! The cool Colorado Rockies are much better for this short-nosed Pug and the hot, humidity of Southwest Texas. I sure do a lot of panting to cool myself off when not in an air-conditioned car or house.

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    Walking With Sadie

    Vol 16, Iss 16 Bayfield, CO - My human friend, Rob Wagner, sent us this Cardinal cooling in a puddle of water in Alva, in Northwest Oklahoma this last week during their windy, heated Spring temperatures.

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    OkieLegacy Ezine & Facebook - Socially Networked

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    Vol 12, Iss 17 Are you a Facebook user? Are you one of those socially networking with friends and family?

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    Share Bros. of Oklahoma Territory

    Vol 9, Iss 24 I was doing some looking back at bits, pieces that I have gathered on the Share Brothers of Oklahoma Territory. Amongst the information, it looks like the Share brothers were native of Michigan and had a mercantile business in Harper, Kansas in what is known as the 'Buckeye building' before moving their mercantile business to Alva, Oklahoma Territory.

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    Obituary - Edward Theodore Hodgden, 03/13/1926 to 05/28/2006...

    Vol 8, Iss 22 Services were held Friday, June 02, 2006 at 10:30 AM, Wharton Funeral Chapel, Alva, Oklahoma. Edward Hodgden, age 80, longtime resident of Alva, Oklahoma, died Sunday, May 28, Ascension Sunday. Funeral services for Mr. Hodgden were held at Wharton Funeral Chapel on Friday, June 2, at 10:30 a.m., with rites following at the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery. A vigil service was held Thursday, June 1, at 7 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Fr. Shane Tharp presiding at the services.

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    About The NW Okie

    Vol 10, Iss 12
    This is for those of you who have just recently joined us here or want to know more about the NW Okie, editor & publisher of The OkieLegacy. Who is that lady collecting Okie Legacies? AND... Why? You can read a short "bio" about me over at my ParisTimes Genealogy site.

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    Butch Cassidy, Sundance Kid & Mysterious Etta Place

    Vol 16, Iss 7 Omaha, NE - What happened to Sundance Kid's wife, Etta (Ethel) Place in her mysterious disappearance in 1907? Will the mystery ever be cleared up? Did Cassidy & Sundance Kid fake their own deaths?


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    NW Okie's Corner

    Vol 14, Iss 29 Bayfield, Colorado - Reading the History of Pendleton County, (W) Virginia and the beginning of the settlement, I found mention of my 6th great Grandfather, Frederick Keister (1704-1787), who had a son by the same name (Frederick Keister (1730-1815)). Frederick Keister, Jr. had a daughter named Esther (1767-1825) who married into the HOHL family.

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    NW Okie's Ancestrial Lineage

    Vol 13, Iss 13 Bayfield, CO - Were the GWIN / GWYNN / GWYN / GUINN / GWYNNE / GUINN of Irish or Welsh descent? That is what I am trying to research now. From what I have come across so far, some reports say they could have been mostly Irish instead of Welsh descent.

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    Ramblings & Rumblings With NW Okie

    Vol 12, Iss 41 Oklahoma - Here it is twelve days into October 2010 and you can find snow on the tops of the mountains at the Wolf Creek Ski resort. I am not a snow skier, but I do love the Winters in the Rockies! Actually, I love being snowed-in and a cozy, warm fire in the fireplace. It will not be long now! For Winter and Snow ski season is just around the corner for some.

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    Immigrants Make Up America

    Vol 12, Iss 27 America - With the talk of Independence Day, and this being the day after the 4th of July 2010, We ask you, "Aren't we all immigrants or Descendants of Immigrants?"

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    Insight Into Grandma & Warwick's

    Vol 11, Iss 43 With no more letters from john C. McClure, we assume that the communication of letters ceased to exist after August 1906 and Constance moved on to her next beau. Was it William J. McGill? We are not sure yet, but suspect as much.

    NW Okie has been working on more of the Warwick census reports over at Ancestry.com and updating information in NW Okie's Genealogy pages for Warwick / McGill / Paris / Wagner Family and adding old photos to the Family Photo Albums at her genealogy site.

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    Update of 2006 Blizzard

    Vol 9, Iss 1 We hear from some Kansas readers that the first part of January, 2007 there was snow, but only a few flurries -- about 45 degrees with sun -- a rather nice day. Other parts to the west got the blowing, drifting snow and road closures up towards Nebraska.

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    Do You Need a FREE Web Email?....

    Vol 7, Iss 38 This NW Okie has been trying out Gmail & Google's web-based Email system [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Old Opera House Mystery of 1910...

    Vol 8, Iss 17 What are the talking about in the coffee shops in northwest Oklahoma and Southern Kansas? It must be the cover story that is making its debute in the May edition of the "Prairie Connection." This Harper, Kansas history newspaper hit the newstands this weekend. Do you have your copy yet?

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    1914, August 25, Musicians At the Front

    Vol 16, Iss 28 Britain - A day or two before 25 August 1914, The Daily Telegraph stated that the eminent Russian composer and pianist, Rachmaninoff, had gone to the front. Among many other foreign musicians who had exchanged the music of peace for that of war were Chaliapin, the Russian singer, whose art, was shown in the last two seasons of Russian opera at Drury Lane, created furore.

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    Highland County Virginia - Civil War 1861

    Vol 14, Iss 14 Highland County, Virginia - This week we explore Highland county of Virginia and it's history and attitude of Highland people and the militia companies and the Battle of Camp Alleghany (13 December 1861, 105 acres, Pocahontas County, West Virginia) in the war of 1861 (Civil War) and how it affected Highland.

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    NW Okie's Ramblings & Rumblings

    Vol 12, Iss 40 Alva, Oklahoma - Finally! I got to catch a glimpse of my 13 year "old grey mare" and her 2010 bay filly that you are viewing in the photo on the left.

    You remember me speaking of Maggie and her 2010 filly a few issues back (or was that last week?). Maggie, 2005 Dun mare, is one of the several colts/fillys out of my 13 year mare, Cindy.

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    John Glen Smith Obit - 1926-2009

    Vol 11, Iss 4 Last weekend our Uncle John Smith died, January 19, 2009. His obituary can be viewed at this link: Redinger Funeral Home - John Smith Obit. I do have a phone number where you can contact the oldest daughter of John & Geneva (Paris) Smith: Jeanette (Smith) Engle phone number: 405-352-4083.

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    April Blizzard of the 1930's...

    Vol 6, Iss 10 Another reader would like some information concerning a blizzard snow storm that hit Northwest Woods County (Oklahoma) sometime in April, in the 1930's [more]... View/Write Comments (count 1)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Butch Cassidy Gave Harry Tracy His 1st Lessons In Crime (1902)

    Vol 17, Iss 38 llinois - It was in The Inter Ocean, newspaper out of Chicago, Illinois, dated 10 August 1902, Sunday, page 35, that we found this research on "Butch Cassidy, who gave (Harry) Tracy his first lessons in crime."

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    Remember Some of These Places...

    Vol 7, Iss 43 We have a few places in Oklahoma that we need your help with [more]... View/Write Comments (count 5)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    NW Oklahoma Sunsets

    Vol 13, Iss 15 Eagle Chief Ranch, NW Oklahoma - The following slideshow are snapshots of sunsets in Northwest Oklahoma, as taken by our youngest son, Robert L. Wagner, 7 April 2011, at Eagle Chief Ranch, a few miles West and South of Alva, Woods County, Oklahoma.

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    1941 San Francisco CA - Skyline Room/China Town

    Vol 11, Iss 8 I found a couple of pictures that I had of Uncle Bob McGill during WWII and him at Tank training school in Kentucky (I believe). I have uploaded them to my website and put a link to them for you to view

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    Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Re-election Campaign - 1936

    Vol 14, Iss 37 America - This is a speech by Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) during his reelection campaign in 1936. In FDR's case, the Republicans were claiming they could create and manage the social programs FDR was fostering better than FDR himself.

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    W. E. Eutsler Grocery (Alva, OK)

    Vol 13, Iss 42 Alva, Oklahoma - This is a trade token from Alva, Oklahoma that made it's way onto Ebay Sept. 3, 2001. The bid went for $11.35 on September 3, 2001.

    The tokens from the W.E. Eutsler Groceries was good for $1.00 in trade during the war years in the '30s & '40s. The token is the large version square made of aluminum and measures 35mm in diameter. Since it was made of aluminum, we assume it was used during the WWII era when copper was reserved for the government and the war effort. You can Click on the photos to see a larger view of each of the tokens.

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    1921, March 30 - Bank Robbery At Salt Springs, Oklahoma

    Vol 16, Iss 35 Salt Springs, OK - We are in the process of searching for the last bank robbery at Salt Springs, located in the northwestern part of Oklahoma. What we did find was an Appeal from District Court, Harper County, with Arthur G, Sutton, Judge, residing; and Madden v State 1924 OK CR 62, 223 P. 716, 26 Okl.Cr. 251, 03/01/1924, Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals.

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    1926 NSTC Yearbook - Northwestern High School

    Vol 18, Iss 23 Alva, OK - Director of Secondary Education - Dr. J. V. L. Morris - Equipped as he is, with the ability to get results, and with progressive determination to have the best, Dr. Morris stands the department of Secondary Education in position to bid fair for recognition of strongest High School in the Northwest District.

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    Chronology of Old Opera House Mystery

    Vol 17, Iss 31 Alva, OK - This is the chronology that we have put together for the Mysterious death of Mabel Oakes, 9 November 1910, in downtown Alva, Oklahoma, at the "Old Opera House," on the South side of the square, Barnes Avenue.

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    Home Comfort Stove Manual & Cookbook

    Vol 11, Iss 27 Jos?e says, "Hello! I am from Quebec Canada and I went to your album about home comfort stove because I have one and I make a reaserch to know where it comes from and when it had been made. I can?t download the album because the extension .wbz is not recognize by my apple computer, but I can see that my model, "No. 1904."

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    Digging Out 2008 & Looking for '66 Goldbugs

    Vol 10, Iss 52 December 27, 2008, Saturday, we spent the morning (while the sun finally decided to shine) digging out our driveway so we could get into our home North of Bayfield, in southwest Colorado. We also caught a view of the giant icicles forming off the roof on our back pation.

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    For The Record: OkieLegacy Ezine Format

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    The Rest of the Story...

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    HURDT Genealogy...

    Vol 7, Iss 26 "Doing research on my family tree [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Athlete's Foot Times Rebirth...

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    L. A. Wagner Cash Grocery - Alva, OK

    Vol 10, Iss 9 "The grocery store west of Snyders was the L [more]... View/Write Comments (count 2)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Let Us NOT Forget New Jersey

    Vol 7, Iss 11 "I know you are into Oklahoma lore, but if you are going to quote Thomas Edison in your new news letter format as the View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Major County, Oklahoma Ghost Town - Phroso...

    Vol 7, Iss 50 In Major County, Sec. 21,Twp 21N, Rge15WIM, 1 mile north, 19 miles west of Fairview, was the community (hamlet) of Phroso. On September 19, 1900 thru May 29, 1937 a post office was established.

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    NWOSU's New Parking Lot & Green Space

    Vol 9, Iss 16 "Here's one of a half-dozen photos I took today of the paving work on the new parking lot at NWOSU in Alva, on the site of the former OKLAHOMA HALL [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Binger, Oklahoma Story

    Vol 8, Iss 35 "Good Morning, Ms Wagner! Writing in "My Ramblins" this morning, I ran across a short story that I had written sometime back concerning Binger, Okla [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Pioneer Frank N. Gray - Enid, OK

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    DoubleO Sims Grocery

    Vol 9, Iss 46 "In the 1930's my grandfather owned the L [more]... View/Write Comments (count 1)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


    Early NW Oklahoma Stores & Memorable People

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    July 1935, News - Mary Eggstein's Pre-Nuptials...

    Vol 7, Iss 20 Miss Mary Eggstein Is Pre-Nuptially Honored -- "As a prenuptial courtesy to Miss Mary Eggstein, whose marriage to LeRoy Gatz is to be an event of the near future, a miscellaneous shower was given recently by Mrs [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


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