Volume 2, Number 10, Winter 1966-67
Standing: 1. Dr. Hillman; 2. Chas. Moore; 3. Lafe Toon Thies; 4. Mr. McGee; 5. Tom Persinger (Tall); behind;6. Tome Jennings; 7. Chas. Groom; 8 and 9, visitors and officials putting on the program. Up and between 8 and 9, ;11, Jim Holliday; 12, Shorty Howe; Back of Howe is Andy Moore; 14, Will Mays; 15, Edd Dugger; 16, ?; 17, Dr. Janckson. Front row; 18, Stoner; 19, Sanders; 20, Edd Trout; 21, Tom Werts, 22, ?; 23. ?; 24, John Moore.
A. (Andy) B. Moore, Klamath Fall, Orel, sent the picture and the caption "Odd Fellows". He says, "only Edd Trout and I are yet living of the 24 in picture. But nearly every one of them have relatives and friends in and around Taney County. Pearl Grooms Moore is a daughter of Chas. Groom. Dr. Jackson's son, Bert, lives in Hollister. Tom Jennings was postmaster at Hollister. Albert and Dave Parnell should have been in the picture, but I think Albert had the toothache and Dave was behind in his book work at the bank. Tell Ed Trout that he and I must be tough to be the only survivors of this pix."
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