and Car at the Old Footbridge
was Ealon Houser's old Pontiac and the time was in the
early 1940's. The kids are mostly Housers with a Lowery and a Beason
added for flavor. The scene is the town side of the old footbridge
that spanned the creek over to Academy
Street. At the time, the Housers lived off to the left near the
Sulphur Well. Betty's genuine Indian head-dress probably came from
Cos Hamrick's store. Clockwise: Betty Houser, Kay Lowery in the
headlock, Billy Houser, Buddy Houser, and Doris Beason.
to the puzzler: What is that winged ornament attached to the
license tag? It looks very familiar but we can't place it. Is
it an advertisement? Something to do with the war effort?