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and Classic Chevy International.
Tulsa Bow Tie Convention
In Bristow, we stopped for lunch at Rus' Ribs. Wayne's meal was the hit of the day. He couldn't exactly understand what the waitress was describing, but he ordered it anyway. The meat came out in a small bowl all chopped up. David thought the cook had realized that Wayne was a "senior citizen" and put his meat into a blender so he could eat it better. We had a couple of waitresses who liked to tell jokes and so we had entertainment while we ate.
Wayne needed some Simple Green to clean his whitewalls so he made a stop at the local parts store. We then stopped to get our cars gassed up for the rest of the trip and wouldn't you know it, Wayne turned the wrong way out of the service station. He realized his error and turned around and caught up with the rest of us. We arrived at the hotel without any more incidents.
Bays and Carol Davidson, Mike and Carol Smith, Bill Washam, David
and Mahala Jones, Curtis and Kay Welch, Rosemary Watson, (yes, there
is a Rosemary), Fred Hensley, Ken Monroe and James Chesher came over
on Friday and Saturday. In all, eight cars were brought over to show.
was held on Saturday and the awards banquet that night. Members winning
awards that evening were: Larry Myers,1955 Original Governors Class;
True Osborn, 1955 Altered Governors Class; David Reeds, 1956 Modified
Governors Class; David Jones, 1957 Custom Governors Class; Bill
morning had all of us leaving at different times. Larry Myers led
a group of cars back on Route 66. We had an uneventful trip with a
wonderful time had by all.
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