Arbuckle
Historical
Society
Do you
remember
Joe?
Movie made
near Sulphur
(Flying L
Ranch)
"Home In
Oklahoma"
Sulphur
Public
Schools
Movie made
near Sulphur
(Turner Ranch)
"Tulsa"
Picture Post
Cards and
photos from
the past
Want to see who's
behind the creation of
this website?
Click on Smiley
Sulphur
Times
Democrat
Click on the movie box to see
the beginning clip of the
Year
Books
Jerry Wells
website
SHS Alumni
1959
The Graduating
Class of 1943
December 31,
1947
Click on the NPS logo and see a movie about the
park, Chicksaws and the white man
A tail/tale of Trigger
The Sandlot All-Stars
Coach: Monte Woodruff
Click on the photo for a
larger view
Dennis Muncrief website
Who is this actor/singer
and what continuing role
did he play in a TV series
Click on the image for a Power Point show with song
Loyd Arms is a graduate of SHS 1938.
Charlene (Howe) Gilliam, class of '56,  is
Loyd's niece.  Click on his picture for
more information.
2010
All Class
Reunion
pictures
Chickasaw
Cultural
Center
Sulphur Christmas Parade
1951
Click On Picture
2011
All Class
Reunion
Pictures
Click on the image for a brief history of
"The Hereford Heaven Ramblers."
Alan Frazier-Sulphur High School-Class of 1969
Jason Keck-Sulphur High School-Class of 1988
Mary Mayhue-Midwest City, OK
Carl Hickman-Sulphur High School-Class of 1981
Steve Burrough-Shawnee High School-Class of
19
77

Alan Frazier wrote a song for the Park's Centennial
celebration in 2005 and named it "Family
Reunion."  The song is the background music for a
slideshow of scenes from Platt National
Park---Chicksaw National Recreation Area.  Check
out the Youtube slideshow by clicking on the
above picture.
Click on the photo for the
sound of the Joyland train
whistle
Woody Guthrie was born and raised in Okemah, OK 40 miles East of OKC.  
Guthrie wrote 3,000+ songs in his short life. He died at the age of 55 suffering
from Huntingtons disease.  One of the songs he and his cousin wrote was
"Oklahoma Hills." Click on the image above to hear Jack Guthrie sing the song.