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Houston, TX - We are researching more Oklahoma outlaws, murders, and etc., that has happened in the state of Oklahoma and Indian Territory. We also include some new news article from the March 13, 1956 fiery death of Mildred Ann (Newlin) Reynolds that occurred 12 miles southwest of Alva, Oklahoma and a couple miles East of Avard on a rural country road.

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1956 Mildred Ann Reynolds Fiery Death

Alva, OK - Let us visit another news clipping of 1956, this time from the Miami Daily News-Record, Miami, Oklahoma, 14 March 1956, Wednesday, concerning the fiery death of Mildred Ann (Newlin) Reynolds. State and county officers were working on the theory Mrs. Reynolds, a 21 year old coed, was criminally assaulted before being burned to death in her flaming auto the afternoon of 13 March 1956. The Miami Daily News-Record headlines read: "Relatives of College Girl Are Quizzed."

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1916 - Posse Kills Two Bandits

Muskogee, OK - It was in The Des Moines Register, Des Moines, Indiana, dated 29 April 1916, Saturday, page 1, that we found this short mention: "Posse Kills Two Bandits." Notorious Oklahoma Outlaw brothers were slain.

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Walking With Sweet Sadie Dawg

Houston, TX - There was a news story printed in the Fort Worth Daily Gazetter, Fort Worth, Texas, dated 2 April 1896, Thursday, page 2, with the following headlines: "Kilgore's Hot Shot" with sub-headlines: "Fired at the People of Wichita Falls and the Gazette."

It was concerning their views touching the causes of the late bank robbery and subsequent lynching. It might have been considered "Gilded and flagrant falsehoods." Those were the polite terms applied by Judge Kilgore to the declarations of the Gazette. And it was scored for its defense of the lynching of the murderers of Frank Dorsey. Judge Kilgore asserted that the Indian Territory was more law abiding than Texas, and asserted that the motive of the people of Wichita Falls and the Gazette was a Sinister one.

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1956 - Investigators Seek Clues In Brutal Murder of Coed

Alva, OK - The news of Mildred Ann Reynolds death made it all the North to a newspaper in Kalispell, Montana, The Daily Inter Lake, with these headlines: "Investigators Seek Clues In Brutal Murder of Coed." Will this "cold case" ever be re-opened and settled? Is it worth it to settle the ghosts that haunt the area of Avard, Oklahoma?

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Thank you LK...I think I can pretty much find it now, I'll just have to keep a keen watch out...much like a spotter in an aircraft...very very good at that...SO, with His help - I'll get there. Ms. Jan
 ~Jan Carver regarding Okie's story from Vol. 8 Iss. 20 titled UNTITLED

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1916 - Big College Men Criticize The Athletic Lobbyist

America - "Woe to the college graduate whose chief passion in life seems to be the development of championship athletic teams among the undergraduates of his alma mater!"

On 16 January 1916, Sunday, page 14, The Washington Herald and it's reporter, Edward R. Bushnell, wrote about "Big College Men Criticize The Athletic Lobbyist."

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1916 - Judge Gus Hadwiger Quits To Go To War

Alva, OK - Back in 1916, in northwest Oklahoma, young men were beginning to enlist and sign up for the War in Mexico. One expert marksman with the Oklahoma National Guard, Judge Gus Hadwiger. This article was found in The Wichita Daily Eagle, Wichita, Kansas, Friday, 23 June 1916, page 10: "Judge Quits To Go To War." It would be Quartermaster Hadwiger, expert marksman with Oklahoma National Guard.

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