This was the only item in the Ada paper from a paid subscription site. There is probably more in the Pawhuska paper or the Daily Oklahoman at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City:
Ada Evening News Ada, Oklahoma Sunday, June 23, 1935 Front Page Two Give Selves Up Pawhuska, June 22: Two Fairfax youths who said they were occupants of a car which struck HADLEY TUCKER, Pawhuska motorcyclist and injured Tucker's companion, DONALD NAIL, early Wednesday, surrendered to Deputy Sheriff CHARLES CASS at Fairfax, Saturday. The two are HENRY NORRIS and LLOYD SITTERLY, who told Norris's father of the accident and they fled because they were frightened. Osage County officers had been seeking a hit-and-run driver since the accident. Norris and Sitterly were arraigned before Court Clerk LEONARD DODSON, in absence of the county judge, on charges of leaving the scene of the accident. Their bonds were set at $1000 each and had not been made late Saturday.