Oklahombres, Inc.Is proud to announce its Fall Rendezvous at Pauls Valley, August 26 &27, 2005
The Days Inn on Highway 19 will be the host motel. It is located to the east of the I-35 exit. For reservations call 405-238-7548. The room rates are: 1 bed, 1 person - $54.00; 1 bed, 2 persons - $58.50: 2 beds 1 or 2 people - $67.50 and the price includes continental breakfast. When making reservations please name the organization and ask for "Oklahombres rates that Jean gave."

Depending on the turnout, the Friday evening get together will be in the lobby or at a location posted in the lobby.

Registration for Saturday's event will begin at 8:30 a. m. at the Pauls Valley Depot Museum. There is a registration fee of $10 per individual. At 8:40 a.m., Saturday, Roy Young will welcome our guests. The first speaker will be Mike Tower who will open with a short description of Smokey Row and the founding of the Pauls Valley before beginning "The shooting of Indian Police Constable Joe Gaines." At 9:40 a. m., Mike Koch will speak on "The Murder of Assistant City Marshal Cathey. We will take a break at 10:15 and resume at 10:30 hearing Diron Ahlquist address: "The U.S. Commissioners: Work Horses of the Federal Courts." At 11:15, Bill and Cindy Paul, authors of the new novel "Shadow of an Indian Star," will give us an overview of the Paul family's settlement of the valley followed by a discussion of the Paul family feud leading to a patricide and the murder of two others by cousins.

After lunch, which is on your own, there will be a short walking tour of downtown Pauls Valley visiting the location of the crimes discussed and pointing out other sites of interest including the location of the Federal Court and Jail, the Valley Cafe, the Pruitt bldg, the Globe hotel, and finally we can either walk or drive (depending on the heat and physical condition of us old folk) to the old cemetery, the final resting place of the infamous: Fred Waite, John Stevenson, Sam Paul and Joe Paul.
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Looking forward to an informative and enjoyable rendezvous. See you there.

Dennis L Lippe, Chairman
Oklahoma Law Enforcement Memorial
PO Box 10776
Oklahoma City, OK 73140-1776
e-mail: oklememorial@aol.com
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Hi all,

Those that missed out on the Pauls Valley rendezvous missed a good one. We had a great time and hats off to Mike Tower for doing an excellent job! There were plenty of sites to see and good speakers, which talked about the subject matter of the area. Many authors were also present to sign their new books or talk about upcoming projects. See those that missed this one at our next one, in 2006!
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It was a fantastic rendezvous and I we had a good turn out with several local people attending who were not members of Oklahombres. I know several of them picked up applications. Anyone who has not attended an Oklahombres Rendezvous...you are definitely missing out on a fantastic time surrounded by some great people. Hope to see everyone at our next one in 2006.

On the Trail
Diron Ahlquist
Secretary, Oklahombres Inc.
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The presentations by Mike Tower, Mike Koch, Diron Ahlquist, and Bill Paul were outstanding. This program really opened my eyes to the "wild west" aspects of Pauls Valley, I.T. In one particular year, Pauls Valley experienced the same number of shooting deaths as Dodge City! Just one more example that Oklahoma has more lawman/outlaw history than any other state.

Dee Cordry
Oklahombres.org webmaster
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was there any record of persons being hung for Horse theivery after 1910
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Originally posted by Georgia:
was there any record of persons being hung for Horse theivery after 1910
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