Sapulpa Historical Society

New Sonic on historic corner could open as early as October

August 26, 2016

The old Sapulpa Fire Station No. 2 building and the Taco Mayo were leveled by the weekend and by midweek most of the remains hauled away. The historic lot on the southwest corner of Mission and Dewey and the one immediate west are being prepared for construction of a new Sonic Drive-In restaurant. Larkin Bookkeeping […]

‘Chieftains’ Contest Winner Also Became Health Care Pillar

January 20, 2016

Pauline (Polly) was born in Sapulpa in 1910 to Minnie Aldora Cue Page and Robert Lennard Page. Her parents met in 1896 when their families moved to this area and lived on adjoining farms five miles west of Sapulpa. During her high school years Polly was a cheerleader of the Pep Club named the “White […]

Sapulpa’s Dixieland Park Tells of Memories Nearly Gone

January 13, 2016

This story on “Dixieland Park” is compiled from a couple of different articles — one by the late James W. Hubbard for the Sapulpa Historical Society in a 1992 Sapulpa Herald story headlined: “Dixieland was a dream realized”; and the second by travel writer Jack D. Rittenhouse. We’re not sure in what publication that piece […]