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"This & That" Newsletter - September 2004
"Wondering if you found Bill Guess' grave at Pontotoc, Oklahoma?"
They were arrested by Bill Guess, deputy sheriff, Monday.
The men are said to have made a complete confession and officers have recovered the articles taken from the Keeton home.
According to Guess, Keeton had expended practically all of his
available cash for a supply of foodstuff to take care of his
family through the winter.
house was broken into while he
family were away from home and the entire lot of groceries stolen.
Not content with that, the burglars took the canned goods his
wife had preserved, literally cleaning the premises of provender.
A car seen in the neighborhood was described to Keeton and he
communicated with Bill Collier, special deputy sheriff of Love county.
Collier came to Ardmore
and Guess made an investigation which resulted in the arrest, confession and recovery of the stolen articles Monday
Neel said he
"needed the groceries.
"This & That" Newsletter - July, August 2004
March 31, 1931 OFFICERS TEAR MAN FROM YOUNG BRIDE Robert K. Smith 29, alleged under conviction in Georgia for forgery of checks was arrested last night by Bill Guess, Bill Ward, and Elmer Byrd of the sheriffs office at Healdton less than five hours after he had married Cazetta Stanley, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley of Healdton.
A Reader posted a question to me a couple of weeks ago after reading in the mailbag about "Slim" Guess of Murray county, asking if Slim was the same person as Bill Guess, a deputy sheriff in Carter county in the 30s.
Bill Guess was the Carter county deputy who cause in international incident between Mexico and the U.S. when he shot and killed the nephew of the President of Mexico at about "E" Street NW and 10th Street on June 8, 1931.
Since Bill Guess
lived in Murray county 75 or 80 years ago, I would bet a dime to a donut the Jim Guess of today who lives in Davis is kinfolk.
In answer to the question about Bill Guess
and Slim Guess being the one and same: "The Daily Ardmoreite January 6, 1931.
What Almost Caused a War
Or was it the stress on Deputy Guess,
And was he too quick on the draw.
"This & That" Newsletter - December 2004
Bill Guess, former police officer, was given credit by city police with the recovery yesterday of a Buick car stolen earlier in the day at Healdton.
Guess saw the car and was attracted by the suspicious actions of its driver.
He investigated and the driver abandoned the car and took to his legs through the residential district near E and Seventh northwest.
"This & That" Newsletter - October 2002 to November 2002
Left to right: Henry Guess, John Guess, Harve Guess and Bill Guess.
You wrote about Bill Guess, the police officer in the early 30's.
is written about in your Memorial
to Officer Moorhead.