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Big Basin Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1979, Muldrow, Oklahoma 1 ' I Bui id in I No. 1 095020 I I Volume 3 Number 39 Oklahoma Bulletin Roger Muldrow High School was named Superintendent of the Muldrow Schools at a special meeting of the school board Tuesday reportedly by a split vote of the Calendar Corner Planning Commission Meeting at Roland City f March 15 at 7 p.m. Concerning proposed Anyone interested or with questions is invited to Herald Spring 15 1 ft: With the coming of a man's fancy turns to thoughts of as the old saying but in Muldrow thoughts are turning to thoughts of cleaning up our environment in The Muldrow Board of Directors designated March 24 as General Cleanup Day in Muldrow and will have municipal trucks pick up trash that is piled beside the street and will continue a reasonable time until all is The HERALD supports this effort calls on volunteers to Join Managing Editor Norma Gobble in cleaning from public On the 24th, Mrs. Gobble will start at Eastern Heights and pick up trash off the roadway a- long Highway 64. Also in conjunction this the HERALD extends it to and issue of the HERALD will be bur issue in will carry news and advertisements of all the merchandise offered by area merchants for this purpose plus news and specials on all spring merchandise and services including the latest in spring Our advertising department is busy contacting area If we haven't called your business call and we will explain our Fling promotion and how it can benefit your So join with us in celebration of the end of the hard winter and the of spring and let's make this spring to remember Roland and the Big Basin BLACK SMOKE up over Muldrow and was seen as far away as 1-540 in Fort Smith to the east * and Sallisaw to the west Sunday afternoon as a trash fire that and by high winds set a tire recapping business afire Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Skelton and owned the business which was not by Norma Fire Destroys Muldrow Tire Business I Vote Yes i $ For School * Bond Issue I i A cloud of black billowing engulfed Muldrow Sunday afternoon as firemen fought vainly to save a tire recapping business which was completely destroyed by 'The Roland and Sallisaw fire departments joined the Volunteer Fire Department in fighting the blaze at the 13. Highway West near the Muldrow High Small flames continued to burn at the site Tuesday evening or had been A large of spectators at the to watch the blackened by the from burning work at bringing the fire One Harland a candidate for Muldrow trustee from Ward 3, at the scene thought of the parched throats and went to a store and brought two cases of cold soft drinks for the The fire was accidentally caused when Dale whose residence is was burning some Some high grass caught fire and the wind whipped the fire through tall weeds to tires behind the business which began to The smoke from the fire could be seen from a long One woman who arrived at the scene said she saw it from Mr. and Mrs. Ray of the business with their John page 3 Muldrow Misses State But Remains Number I The Muldrow are still the Number i ranked Class 2A team in the state despite a breaking loss in the game of the state playoff slid the state championship at Oklahoma City Saturday The Indians the Muldrow girls 64-66 to win the girls Class 2A state championship and the NOAA conference title The two teams split a pair of games in the regular NUMBER ONE AH them are not shown and we don't have the we are very proud of the Muldrow They display trophies received during the State Playoffs last Even though they lost the final game to they are still ranked Number 1 in Class 2A in the We are proud of by Louise season opened a 10- point spread midway of the second quarter the first period with a narrow two-point Muldrow the Indians 5 to 1 in the last two minutes of the second quarter and seemed to be fired They trailed by only four points at the half with the score standing at 35-31. As the second half got underway the seemed to have lost momentum missing four straight shots and suffering five The end of the third period saw the leading by nine Muldrow held a lead only -in the opening minutes but outscored the Indians by one point in the final Myra Ryan led the Muldrow scoring with 25 She finished with 11 of 18 Stilwell's Kathy Paden was high scorer of the game with 31 Valerie Moore accounted for 15 Joetta Prewett made 10 and Candy Laster made Muldrow ends up with a 27-2 record losing to 46-45 the second game of the Stilwell's record stands at 28-2, losing to Muldrow 60-54 and to The second game of the stafe playoffs saw Muldrow fans on the edge of their seats as the finals moments ticked away with Byng leading by one A foul against Ryan gave her two free throws which she sank with 40 seconds left to play giving the local girls a narrow 49-48 victory over Ryan led the game scoring with 21 points followed by Moore with 17. Prewett added 13 In the first game Friday night at Midwest Muldrow put away the Jay girls in a decisive 67-42 Ryan was high scorer in that game with 22 points closely followed by Prewett with 21. Moore added 17 points while Real accounted for and Daily i one
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