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By twenty-five young "ranchers" were crowded into the old courthouse. The first annual Boys Ranch Rodeo was staged in That decade the ranch gained national attention through such magazines as the Saturday Evening Post and Reader's Digest.
Edgar Hoover, and Roy Rogers were among the ranch's friends and supporters, along with businessmen like Eugene A. Howe and Lawrence R. By Boys Ranch had over residents, expanded acreage, and several new buildings moved from military bases after the war, including a gymnasium. By that time Farley had sold his Wun-Stop-Duzzit tire shop to devote full time to the ranch, and that year the ranch began printing its own newsletter, the Round-up.
In , after a group of rebellious teenagers had threatened the previous superintendent, Farley averted further problems by hiring a professional wrestler, Dorrance Funk.
Funk and his family became immediate favorites among the youngsters and remained at the ranch for three years, during which time the resident population doubled. In the new Boys Ranch Independent School facilities were opened. The old courthouse continued to be used as a dormitory until , when it was renovated and opened as the Julian Bivins Museum.
By more than 1, acres had been added to the ranch, which cared for formerly homeless boys between the ages of four and eighteen, from thirty-seven states. The boys lived in eleven dormitories, nine of which housed thirty-six boys and two staff families each, and two of which housed the youngest boys. There were sixteen additional buildings for educational, sports, and vocational training and a nonsectarian chapel.
In addition to the annual rodeo, football, basketball, and baseball are among popular sports at Boys Ranch, which has its own post office. The facility is very clean and inviting. And the staff is always willing to help and answer all questions. They make you feel as ease. I've been taking my four dogs here for over 3 years.
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