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NW Okie's Journey

Alva, OK - Genealogy is a fascination for this NW Okie in many ways while searching for family surnames and the history behind them. What has always stirred my curiosity, where exactly did the WARWICK surname come from and is the Earl of Warwick have anything to do with the surnames of some WARWICK ancestors? I don't know the answer to the latter, but I include the history of Warwick's Castle and the Earl of Warwick in this week's edition.

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1936 - Bandits Lose $5 In Raid On Bank in State

Buffalo, OK - Here is an interesting story we found in the Miami Daily News-Record, Miami, Oklahoma, dated 22 June 1936, Monday, page 1: Bandits Lose $5 In Raid On Bank In State."

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1935, April - If It Rains ... Echo In Dust Bowl

Oklahoma - It was these three little words: "If It Rains" that was echoing in the Dust Bowl, April, 1935. In a news report written by Robert Geiger, Associated Press Staff writer, this story appeared in the Miami Daily News-Record, Miami, Oklahoma, 15 April 1935, Monday, page 1, via of Guthrie, Oklahoma.

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Walking With Sweet Silly Sadie

Alva, OK - Woof! Woof! Have you ever wanted to tell someone to "go fly a kite" during the month of March? Spring was sighted blowing into Northwest Oklahoma for a quick, short warmup Monday. So ... it (March) is going out like a lion during the last half, huh? Are you ready?

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1935 - Elements Kill 5 Oklahoma As Dust Sweeps In

Oklahoma - This appeared in the Miami Daily News-record, Miami, Oklahoma, dated 25 March 1935, Monday, on the front page: "Storms Levy Anew On Plains States." Elements kill 5 Oklahomans; Dust sweeps in. Three drowned, two dead from lightning after weekend storms. New Havoc by silt. Damage already estimated in millions increased by latest onslaught.

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1936 - Bomb Explosion Fatal To Former Alva Man and Wife

Los Angeles, CA - Have you heard this news stories that appeared in The Ada Weekly News, Ada, Oklahoma, dated 16 April 1936, Thursday, page 1: "Bomb Explosion Fatal to Former Alva Man and Wife."Contrivance exploded while the couple was riding with friends. Suicide suspected. Other occupants of car declare university professor hurled bomb.

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16 April 1935 Dust Storms Put On Act For Federal Official Surveying Relief Needs

Oklahoma - Here is more news of the "Dust Storms" of 1935 that appeared in the Miami Daily News-Record, out of Miami, Oklahoma, 16 April 1935, Tuesday, page 2, "Dust Storms Put on Act for Federal Official Surveying Relief Needs." Threat of new drouth serves to spur action. Reports of additional havoc come from West Kansas and Colorado.

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