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The Good Old Days / Re: Another picture of Howard High School
« on: April 29, 2007, 04:19:32 PM »
The Studebaker is and early 50s 'Commander" and belonged to Lewis Ray Fuerstch our Sciemce Teacher. He later traded it in on a Blue and White Studebaker Silver Hawk, which was very futuristic.. Mr Fuertsch left Howard and went to Easter Oklahoma State College at Wilburton , Oklahoma where taught for 30 Years. He now lives in the Kansas City area and is doing great. He loaned me a bunch of slides from the 50s and I had them copied off in pictures for my collection of Howard High School pictures from the 50s.

The Coffee Shop / Re: Howard High School
« on: April 29, 2007, 11:01:02 AM »
Janet, I have a picture of Howard High School from around 1956 or one from the OLD HIGH HIGH SCHOOL, around 1906. I tried to post the one from 1956 but it said my file was to big. If you send me your e-mail address I can send it direct you or I will mail you a copy.
Frank Winn

Genealogy / Re: Brothers and Sisters (Green-Morris) No date
« on: April 10, 2007, 09:43:37 AM »
I just found the article about the Morris sisters marrying the Green brothers.  That marriage took place February 15, 1911.  The article says they lived west of Howard when in fact they lived east of Howazrd--actually a little SE of town.  Evert & Ethel were my maternal grandparents.

Myrna (Buffalow) Winn

P.S.  Thanks to Marcia Moore for telling us about the forum----We are really enjoying it!

The Coffee Shop / Re: Mullendore Murder Case
« on: April 09, 2007, 07:43:02 AM »
The Mullendore ranch was NW Howard or just North of Ralph Perkins , I beleve that R.E. Combs from Bolivar Missouri purchased it from the Mullendores, Dale Lee acquired it from R.E. Combs and now Pat Moore , son of Paul and Izola owns it.

The Coffee Shop / Re: Mullendore Murder Case
« on: April 08, 2007, 11:20:46 AM »
I am sure that E.C. Mullendore and family were related to Noel Mullendore and his Father Dave, in fact in the book it mentions that when the original Mullendore,who was John,  came to Kansas, from Indiana in the late 1800s they settled on a farm near Howard. On the same page in the book where it is discussing Erd Mullendore's preparation for the run in the Cherokee Strip it says:One night in the farmhouse at Howard".At the time E.C. III was murdered I happened to live in Bartlesville Oklahoma and worked with the ex-wife of E.C. III's bodyguard, Chub Anderson. We immediately bought a copy of the book when it came out,  in later years we acquired another copy for one of our sons. In the Elk County History book it also discuss that John Mullendore came from Indiana and settled near Howard, two of his sons mentioned were Erd C. and David,  it appears thatErd C. was E.C. III"s Grandfather and David "Dave" Mullendore his brother, was Noel Mullendore's father.

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Frank Winn

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