ⓘ Goltry, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Goltry, Oklahoma

Goltry is a town in Alfalfa County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 249 at the 2010 census. Goltry shares the Timberlake school district with the nearby town of Helena.

                                     
  • 5 in Goltry Oklahoma KTST - HD2 101.9 in Oklahoma City, OK, as well as a translator on 107.3 in Stillwater, Oklahoma and 98.5 in Enid, Oklahoma Station
  • the outskirts of North Enid and west and north 11 miles 18 km to Goltry Oklahoma State Highway 132 passes through the eastern part of Carrier, leading
  • whom were Mennonites, settled near Ingersoll, Driftwood, Cherokee, and Goltry Early censuses also reveal a considerable number of Bohemians from the
  • one - mile 1.6 km concurrency just south of the town of Helena, and at Goltry SH - 45 jogs south a few miles before turning back to the east and heading
  • Texas. He started his ministry as a pastor and radio preacher in Goltry Oklahoma and then relocated to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he established the Back
  • Lahoma, Carrier, Kremlin and Goltry and unincorporated parts of Garfield County, Oklahoma and Major County, Oklahoma The school board members are:
  • house, the only one still standing in Oklahoma that was built by a homesteader. Feature Detail Report for: Goltry populated place Geographic Names
  • Regional School District, which also serves the towns of Nash, Nescatunga, Goltry and Helena. The elementary school is located in Jet in the building that
  • in 1906 and from 1914 to 1927 served the Zoar Mennonite Church in Goltry Oklahoma as its resident minister. He died in 1931 in Newton, Kansas. The Field
  • the Timberlake Public School district, shared with the nearby towns of Goltry Jet, and Nash. On June 1915, Helen S. Monroe received a postal designation