A sign of the times

Beverly Bryant - June 15, 2018 9:56 am

The Cherokee Strip Company in downtown Ponca City  has changed its look with a new temporary banner, which replaced an old canopy over the sidewalk that was in disrepair.

In addition, on Friday the old Smith Furniture sign was taken down. Cherokee Strip Company owner Mary Steichen said the sign is going to Larry Smith at Smith Furniture on Fourteenth Street. Larry Smith was the previous owner of the building.

Prior to the building housing Smith Furniture, it was known as the Paris Building, home of Paris Furniture for many years.

The sign was removed this morning by Insignia Signs.

 

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