Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 30, 1947, Page 18, Image 18

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July mod Uke part in the grand
entry at the arana during rodeo
toym. m Sheriffi Pout was organ
ised in 19N with tome 66 members,
the large majority itockmen and
owboyi. Pat Ivory (extreme left)
ha been the captain elnce Its in
apUon. Sheriff Lloyd L. Low (lneet
right), U the sheriff of the county.
The Posse ha appeared at various
celebrations throughout the state
Including the far famed festival in
Portland. Officers include. Sheriff
Lloyd L. Low, Captain Pat Ivory,
1st. Lt Louis Serruys, 2nd Lt. Mel
Henry, Sgt. Bill Peck, Secretary
Keith Moon and Treasurer Charlie
Read.
The membership includes the fol
lowing in addition to the officers:
Ray Chase, Ole Chase, A. M. Collier.
Marshall Cornett, Olenn Dehlinger,
Vic Douglas. Charles Drew Jr., Ouy
Barton, N. B. Drew, Dr. J. M. Hll-
Dale Mattoon, Clarence Adams,
Leigh Ackerman, Early Arant, El
mer Balslger. Chet Barton, O. L.
Brown, Basil Brown, Ivan Cain,
CREDITS
This tpeclal Motion wu dltd by Lota Stewart and Malcolm Bplr
Photography originated pcificallr for th section was by Weil Gudartan. ,
All art layouts and photo-ntrvlntfa wrv by Imast Hadlund.
Press work was by Oena Dvnton.
Typographical destpi was by Herb Hamrninsn.
Special appreciation la extended to Gilbert Fleet, for the cover picture: to
Jimmy Floyd, for the loan of a number of excellent nefativee; for DeVere Hel-
frtch for the action shots: and to member, of the Klamath Batln Rodeo oet-
atlon. to operator of Klamath cattle ranches, and to advertisers who parUcl-
pated commercially.
Because of space limitation!. It wai Impossible to picture any of a score of ;
ranches of equal Interest In the Klamath area, and the editors hope to cover i
these In future pictorial efforts of this nature.
ton. Dr. J. C. Hunt, Dan Llskey,
Dave Llskey, V. J. Goodwin. Cecil
Matt, X. H. Lsrsen, K. R. Long.
Desn Hsil, Clay Howard, Cliff
Macy. C. H. Foster, Brady Nsrey,
J. H. Robbtns, Ray L. Roberts.
Lloyd W. Rusk, Thomas C. Parker,
Earl McNeely, Howsrd Curry. Dor
man Schseffer, Msrius Peterson,
Wllllsm A. Serruys, Curl Steln.icifcr,
H. A. Stlllwell, J. M. Cronin, Hnrry
Wagoner, H. E. Wise, Oeontc W.
Walker. Les Wright, R. C. Wood
ruff, E. L. Paddock. Jack Harrison.
R. R. Walker, Bob Burleigh, Louis
Stewart. Vlo Shuck, E. C. Stukel,
Cecil Haley, Jerry McCartle. Stew
art Nicholson. Jerry Stsemore, Ward
Huttou. Joe Ii. Steele, W. Lsmar
Towmend, E. M- Raymond, Dos
Noggle, Artliur Noggle, Arthur
Rlckbell, Oeorge Oodsrd. Robert
Dehlinger. Sol Wlrlh. Welter C.
Olbson, Earl E. Relnhart, Charles
Raymond Jump. Darrel C. King,
Dick Reeder, Wesley Shsrples, LouU
Dr. J. T. Rlker, Ed Williams, Harry
Hafur, R. K. Hill. Albert Trump.
Uoyd, Louis A. Meyer, Olenn Tu
bach. Keith Rice. Henry Ring,
Cletus McMahon. R. O. Lilly. O. S.
Bslentlne. (Picture by Wea Ou
derlan. The Herald and News).
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The 40 Club - The Homestead
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J. D. BECKLEY LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTATION
One of Six Trucks Operating in Oregon and California
KLAMATH FALLS
J. D. BECKLEY
Phone 7334
RED BLUFF
BOB MAYBERRY
Phone 702A
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