1933 – The Oklahoma State Convention Report – Tulsa (West Gulf Division)

THE Red Laequer Room of the Alvin Hotel in Tulsa, June 16th and 17th, was busy as a bee hive when the Tulsa Amateur Radio Club staged | a real convention. Guests from all over the state were cordially greeted by President John Douglas. Howard Hamilton, convention manager, showed his versatility by giving the delegates three musical selections on the xylophone. Such contests as needle threading, radio word spellingbee, won by W5CCV and W5CSU respectively, helped relieve the seriousness of speeches. Director Frank Corlett gave a 25-minute talk on A.R.R.E. and LA.R,U. 19331100-The-Oklahoma-State-Convention-Report-Tulsa-QST-p76-78

ARRL QST Issue May 1924

Attached is a copy of the May 1924 excerpt listing the Tulsa Council now known as TARC. 19240500-QST-Notice-of-TARC-Affiliation

1933 – Radio Amateurs to Convene in Tulsa

The 1933 ARRL Oklahoma State Convention will be held here on June 17 and 18, in conjunction with the fifth semi-annual joint meeting of the Tulsa Amateur Radio Club and the Ponca City Key Clickers Club. Registration headquarters will be on the mezzanine floor of the Alvin Hotel. The fee is on dollar and includes everything, special tickets will be issued for the banquet. According to Howard Hamilton, 1708 South Newport, Tulsa, manager of the convention, every individual interested in short wave radio is cordially invited to attend this meeting. Reports from over the state and adjoining states indicate there […]