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Donald Worthington Reynolds

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Donald Worthington Reynolds, American publisher. Awarded Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, 5 combat stars; Broadcaster of Year award Nevada Broadcasting Association, 1978. Honorary discharge, major Military Intelligence 1945. Member National Association Radio-television Broadcasters, American Society Newspaper Editors, Southern Newspaper Publications Association, American Legion, Sigma Delta Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha.

Background

Reynolds, Donald Worthington was born on September 23, 1906 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of Gaines Worlie and Anna Louise (Elfers) Reynolds.

Education

Bachelor of Journalism, University Missouri, 1927.

Career

Public Southwest Times Record, Fort Smith, Arkansas, Okmulgee (Oklahoma) Times, 1940-1993, Moberly (Missouri) Monitor-Index, Las Vegas (Nevada) Review Journal, 1949-1993, Ely (Nevada) Times and Carson City (Nevada) Appeal, 1950-1993, Blackwell (Oklahoma) Journal Tribune, 1955-1993, Chickasha (Oklahoma) Express, 1956-1993, Guthrie (Oklahoma) Leader, 1958-1993, Hawaii Tribune-Herald of Hilo, 1961-1993, Pawhuska (Oklahoma) Daily Journal-Capital, 1964-1993, Guymon (Oklahoma) Daily Herald, 1966-1993, Aberdeen (Washington) Daily World, 1968, The Daily Report, Ontario, California, Northwest Arkansas Morning News, Rogers, Pomona (California) Progress-Bulletin, Frederick (Oklahoma) Daily Leader, Borger (Texas) News Herald, 1977, Pauls Valley (Oklahoma) Daily Democrat, Wewoka (Oklahoma) Daily Times, 1967-1993, Jacksonville (Texas) Progress, 1978, Cleburne (Texas) Times Review, 1976, Red Bluff (California) Daily News, 1968-1993, Booneville (Arkansas) Democrat, 1968-1993, Holdenville (Oklahoma) News, 1969-1993, Weatherford (Texas) Democrat, 1967, Washington (Indiana) Times Herald, 1972-1993, Sherman (Texas) Democrat, 1977, Springdale (Arkansas) News, Kailua-Kona (Hawaii) West Hawaii Today, 1968-1993, Henryetta (Oklahoma) Freelance, Lompoc (California) Record, Picayune (Mississippi) Item, Bartlesville (Oklahoma) Examiner-Enterprise, Kilgore (Texas) News Herald, Gainesville (Texas) Daily Register, Chico (California) Enterprise-Record, Auburn (Washington) Daily Globe News, Sweetwater (Texas) Reporter, Glasgow (Kentucky) Daily Times, Oskaloosa (Iowa) Herald, Redlands (California) Daily Facts, Vallejo (California) Times-Herald, Poplarville (Mississippi) Democrat, Durant (Oklahoma) Daily Democrat. President, chief executive officer Donrey Cablevision, Guymon, Bartlesville, and Blackwell, Oklahoma, Vallejo, California, Public Rogers, Arkansas. President, chief executive officer Donrey Outdoor, Inc., Las Vegas, Reno, Albuquerque, Spokane, Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Fort Smith, Donrey Outdoor Advertising, Little Rock, Columbus, Ohio, Amarillo, Texas.

Owner, president and chief executive officer radio stations KEXO, Grand Junction, Colorado, radio stations KBRS, Springdale, Arkansas, radio stations KOCM-FM, Newport Beach, California, KOLO, Reno, 1955-1993, KOLO-television, Reno, 1954-1993, Wichita (Kansas) Donrey Outdoor Company, 1973-1993.

Membership

Honorary discharge, major Military Intelligence 1945. Member National Association Radio-television Broadcasters, American Society Newspaper Editors, Southern Newspaper Publications Association, American Legion, Sigma Delta Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha. Clubs: Overseas Press (San Francisco).

Hillcrest Country (Bartlesville). Tulsa, Dallas Athletic. Hardscrabble Country (Fort Smith).

Prospector's (Reno); Pacific (Honolulu).