[Brochure: 12th Annual OS Ranch Steer Roping & Art Exhibit] Page: 2
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Wayne Baize, Fort Davis, Texas
Joe Beeler, Sedona, Arizona
Dan Bodelson, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Jodie Boren, Abilene, Texas
Nancy Boren, Clifton, Texas
Harry Brunk, Whitney, Nebraska
Garnet Buster, New Braunfels, Texas
Duward Campbell, Lubbock, Texas
Penni Anne Cross, Crow Agency, Montana
Clay Dahlberg, Hunt, Texas
Chuck DeHaan, Graford, Texas
Steve Devenyns, Cody, Wyoming
Fred Fellows, Big Fork, Montana
John Free, Pawhuska, Oklahoma
Martin Grelle, Clifton, Texas
Bettie Haller, Amarillo, Texas
Jim Hamilton, Pawhuska, Oklahoma
H. Lewis Holiman, Dallas, Texas
Gary Kapp, Provo, Utah
John Kittelson, Cody, Wyoming
Bob Lee, Belen, New Mexico
Ted Long, North Platte, Nebraska
Bob Moline, Fort Worth, Texas
Gary Morton, Tinnie, New Mexico
Gary Myers, Ruidoso, New Mexico
David Sanders, Austin, Texas
Bill Shaddix, Sedona, Arizona
Robert Shufelt, Wickenburg, Arizona
Grant -Speed, Lindon, Utah
Ronald Thomason, Weatherford, Texas
Herman Walker, Eldorado, Texas
Ralph Wall, New Braunfels, Texas
Paul Wylie, Lubbock, Texas
Don Yandell, Plano, Texas
Gene Zesch, Mason, Texas
ART EXHIBIT AND SALE
Will be held at OS Ranch Headquarters 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Over 100 works are
for sale. Many of the artists will be present at the
exhibit-a great opportunity to view some of the
finest Western art available in the U.S. today!
For Friday night (Oct. 1st) Art Preview Party reser-
vations call 806/495-3958 before Septenmber 25th.
WEST TEXAS BOYS RANCH
West Texas Boys Ranch,
located near San Angelo,
Texas, has cared for over
1000 homeless, dependent
and neglected boys since
1947. WTBR is, and always
has been, supported
entirely by donations and
contributions of the public,
which are tax deductible.
The OS Ranch Steer Roping
and Art Exhibit is held
annually to benefit West
Te xs oy=Rh.
Admission: $5.00 minimum donation Satur-
day, Oct. 2. $5.00 minimum donation Sunday,
Oct. 3. (Includes both roping and art exhibit.)
Tickets may be purchased in advance by writ-
ing OS Ranch, Box 310, Post, Texas 79356.
Barbeque: Outdoor pit cooked barbeque
served at the ranch both days at noon. (For
$5.00 adults and $3.00 children per plate
minimum donation.) Johnny Gimble along
with Dick Gimble and C. W. Slick band will
entertain at the noon bar-b-que both Saturday
Airports: Commercial flights into Lubbock
Regional Airport. Airport at Snyder and Post.
Post Airport: two miles east of Post, 3500'.
Runway lighted until midnight. Telephone.
No Fuel. Tie-downs available.
Also 2000' grass E/W landing strip on OS
Ranch, mile south of Ranch House-
Additional information: Write O.S. Ranch
Steer Roping and Art Exhibit, Box 310, Post,
Texas 79356. Telephone 806/495-3958.
Beautifully illustrated 1982 Art and Roping
Catalog available from Box 310, Post, Texas
79356- $5.00 plus $1.00 for postage and
MAKING YOUR MOTEL RESERVATIONS
Camping in designated areas on OS Ranch
($10 overnight fee per vehicle-NO Hook-ups)
Ramada Inn South, 5845 Avenue Q
Red Raider Inn, Hwy. 84 and 87
S. Traffic Circle
Granada Royale Hometels
5215 Loop 289 South
Carriage House, 910 Slaton Hwy.
Roadway Inn, 2401 4th St.
across from Jones Stadium
Imperial Inn, 910 Avenue Q
American Motor Inn, E. Hwy. 180
Snyder Travel Lodge, E. Hwy. 280
Pal-O-Mar Motel, E. Hwy. 180
Purple Sage Motel, E. Hwy. 180
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OS Ranch Steer Roping and Art Exhibit Committee. [Brochure: 12th Annual OS Ranch Steer Roping & Art Exhibit], pamphlet, 1982; Post, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556351/m1/2/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Post Public Library.