26th Oklahoma Legislature

The Twenty-sixth Oklahoma Legislature was a meeting of the legislative branch of the government of Oklahoma, composed of the Oklahoma Senate and the Oklahoma House of Representatives. The state legislature met in regular session at the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City from January 8 to May 29, 1957,[1] during the term of Governor Raymond D. Gary.

26th Oklahoma Legislature
Coat of arms or logo
Leadership
Don Baldwin (D)
Bill Harkey (D)
Composition:
Senate
41   3  
House
101   20  

Dates of sessionEdit

  • January 8 to May 29, 1957[1]

Previous: 25th Legislature • Next: 27th Legislature

LeadershipEdit

House of RepresentativesEdit

DemocraticEdit

RepublicanEdit

MembersEdit

SenateEdit

District Name Party
1 Leon B. Field Dem
2 Charles M. Wilson Dem
2 S. S. McColgin Dem
3 Ben Easterly Dem
4 Basil Wilson Dem
5 D. L. Jones Dem
6 K. C. Perryman Dem
6 Byron Dacus Dem
7 Stanley Coppock Rep
8 Floyd Carrier Rep
9 Roy Grantham Rep
10 Robert Breeden Rep
11 Everett Collins Dem
12 Louis H. Ritzhaupt Dem
13 Oliver Walker Dem
13 Boyd Cowden Dem
14 Jim A. Rinehart Dem
14 George Miskovsky Dem
15 Walt Allen Dem
15 Don Baldwin Dem
16 Roy C. Boecher Dem
17 Harold Garvin Dem
17 Fred Harris Dem
18 Tom Tipps Dem
19 Virgil Young Dem
19 Herbert Hope Dem
20 Keith Cartwright Dem
21 Clem Hamilton Dem
22 Hugh Sandlin Dem
23 Glen Collins Dem
24 Leroy McClendon Dem
25 Gene Stipe Dem
26 Gene Herndon Dem
27 Harold Shoemake Dem
27 Howard Young Dem
28 Ray Fine Dem
29 Buck Dendy Dem
30 J. R. Hall Jr. Dem
31 Arthur Price Rep
32 Tom Payne Jr. Dem
33 Clem McSpadden Dem
34 Frank Mahan Dem
35 Bob Trent Dem
36 Bruce Frazier Dem
  • Table based on 2005 Oklahoma Almanac.[2]

House of RepresentativesEdit

Name Party County
W. H. Langley Dem Adair
Tom Morford Rep Alfalfa
Otto Strickland Dem Atoka
Floyd Sumrall Dem Beaver
H. F. Carmichael Dem Beckham
Lewis Bohr Rep Blaine
Harry J. W. Belvin Dem Bryan
Earl Cartwright Dem Bryan
Robert Lawson Goodfellow Dem Caddo
Charley Long Dem Caddo
Jean Pazoureck Dem Canadian
Robert Price Dem Carter
Rex Sparger Dem Carter
Jack Bliss Dem Cherokee
Lucien Spear Dem Choctaw
Carl Etling Rep Cimarron
Robert Bailey Dem Cleveland
Leland Wolf Dem Cleveland
Delbert Inman Dem Coal
Charles Ozmun Dem Comanche
Earl Simmons Dem Comanche
Jim Taliaferro Dem Comanche
Tracy Daugherty Dem Cotton
George Pitcher Dem Craig
Lou Stockton Allard Dem Creek
Heber Finch Jr. Dem Creek
William Shibley Dem Creek
Clarence Sweeney Dem Custer
Wiley Sparkman Dem Delaware
J. B. Graybill Dem Dewey
A. R. Larason Dem Ellis
John N. Camp Rep Garfield
Richard Romang Rep Garfield
Jesse C. Daniel Dem Garvin
Glen Ham Dem Garvin
Jefferson Lee Davis Dem Grady
John A. Lance Dem Grady
A. E. Green Dem Grant
Elmo Hurst Dem Greer
Dale L. Kite Dem Harmon
J.E. Bouse Dem Harper
Samuel Mitchell Dem Haskell
Stanley Huser Jr. Dem Hughes
Bob Rives Dem Hughes
Guy Horton Dem Jackson
Bob Scarbrough Dem Jackson
Bill Bradley Dem Jefferson
Charles Norris Dem Johnston
Guy Bailey Dem Kay
Raymond Craig Rep Kay
Milton Priebe Rep Kingfisher
William Metcalf Dem Kiowa
Jim Cook Dem Latimer
Tom Traw Dem LeFlore
Ralph Vandiver Dem LeFlore
Barbour Cox Dem Lincoln
Joe Carey Rep Logan
Clint Livingston Dem Love
Art Bower Rep Major
William Bond Dem Marshall
G. A. Sampsel Dem Mayes
James C. Nance Dem McClain
Virgil Jumper Dem McCurtain
Mort Welch Dem McCurtain
Milam King Dem McIntosh
Carl Williams Dem Murray
Russell Ruby Dem Muskogee
Harold D. Smith Dem Muskogee
Charles Hammers Dem Muskogee
Henry Dolezal Rep Noble
Otis Munson Dem Nowata
Benny Hill Dem Okfuskee
Red Andrews Dem Oklahoma
Robert Cunningham Dem Oklahoma
Earl Foster Jr. Dem Oklahoma
G. M. Fuller Dem Oklahoma
Bill Harkey Dem Oklahoma
J. D. McCarty Dem Oklahoma
Cleta John Rogers Dem Oklahoma
Ed Cole Dem Okmulgee
James Nevins Dem Okmulgee
O. E. Richeson Dem Okmulgee
Shockley Shoemake Dem Osage
Virgil Tinker Dem Osage
Robert Lollar Dem Ottawa
C. D. Wilson Dem Ottawa
Rex Privett Dem Pawnee
J. H. Arrington Dem Payne
H. L. Sparks Dem Payne
Willard Gotcher Dem Pittsburg
George Nigh Dem Pittsburg
William Skeitch Dem Pittsburg
Martin Clark Dem Pontotoc
J. W. Hutch Dem Pontotoc
Ralph Graves Dem Pottawatomie
John Levergood Dem Pottawatomie
Tom Stevens Dem Pottawatomie
Bob Hargrave Dem Pushmataha
Jodie Moad Dem Roger Mills
Bill Briscoe Dem Rogers
Bucky Buckler Dem Seminole
Buck Cartwright Dem Seminole
Con Long Dem Seminole
Noble Stewart Dem Sequoyah
Edward Bond Dem Stephens
James Bullard Dem Stephens
Frank Ogden Dem Texas
Arthur Kelly Dem Tillman
Robert Alexander Rep Tulsa
Bernard Calkins Rep Tulsa
H. E. Chambers Rep Tulsa
Joe Musgrave Rep Tulsa
C. R. Nixon Rep Tulsa
Gordon Patten Rep Tulsa
John M. Slater Rep Tulsa
Vol Howard Odom Dem Wagoner
Denzil Garrison Rep Washington
Lloyd Reudy Rep Washington
Don Greenhaw Dem Washita
A. L. Murrow Rep Woods
Don J. Williams Dem Woodward
  • Table based on government database.[3]

StaffEdit

  • Chief Clerk of House: Ellen Wilson[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g A Century to Remember Archived September 10, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, Oklahoma House of Representatives Archived June 22, 2013, at the Wayback Machine (accessed June 16, 2013)
  2. ^ 2005 Oklahoma Almanac, p. 763-764. (accessed July 9, 2013)
  3. ^ Historic Members Archived 2013-06-22 at WebCite, Okhouse.gov. (accessed June 17, 2013)