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ABOVE: Miss Maria Davis
(circa 1950's - 1960's)
ABOVE: (L-R): Jack Kane, Anna Mae (Bufler) Alston, Betty Mae Alston, and Dick Bufler - with Jack's Ford coupe (circa late 1940's)
In June 2009, Fay Dees contributed this photo (circa late 1940's - early 1950's) of a log cabin build by her brother, Bob, and his friend, Ernie Clark.
Fay wrote: "The location would be close to where Janet Baumann lived. I remember hearing about it and, one day, while I was at Janet's, we walked through the woods and came across it."
ABOVE: The Cheesy Brencefield Quartet
Fred and Bill are cousins, as Bill's mother, Lois, was married to Paul Weiss - who was a brother to Fred's mother - Bernice (Weiss) Lindley.
Standing: Linda Mee, Myra Hansel, Sue Hornung, Mary Sue Hersey, Catherine Hersey, Melva Jewell, and Karen McCune.
Seated: Donna Jewell, Beverly Bradbury, Betty Jean Lindley, Nancy Killough, and Cynthia Mee.
ABOVE: This photo was undated; the names were printed on the photo.
RIGHT: In the undated image, these names are legible at the bottom of the photo (left to right):
Back row: Don Day, Charlie Wagonfield, unidentified, and Dale Bufler.
Front row: Ray Bufler, ___ Browning, Clyde "Junior" Wagonfield, and Charlie Teckman.
RIGHT: In the front, white gowns -
Betty Jean Lindley and Janet Baumann
The Darrtown K. of P. Hall is seen in this photo, taken by Paul Weiss in the mid-to-late 1950's. The view is from the north east corner of Glardon's Grocery.
The Dees' Grocery store was located to the left of the Pop Kola sign. The open space to the right of the Pop Kola sign was the site of the Butterfield home.