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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Turner’s Tidbits – October 18, 2017

This week's photo is of Etta Mae Hebb Propst. Last week's photo was of Myrtle Baker Delaney Dye. The photo was taken when Myrtle was...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 11, 2017

This week's photo is of an unknown lady could be related to Myrtle Dye or Dilley's. The photo of the five children have gone unknown;...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 4, 2017

These children are unknown but they could be the children of Alice Shoemaker?? Perhaps a reader can identify them. Last week's photo of the young...

Turner’s Tidbits – September 27, 2017

This photo of the young lady is either from Myrtle Dye's Family or Mrs. Dilly's Family. I am hoping a reader can help with...

Turners Tidbits – September 20, 2017

This is a picture of students from a school in Tucker County. The only one that may be identified is on the third row...

Turner’s Tidbits – September 13, 2017

This photo is of Kathryn (Katie)  Kelley Little's parents: William A. Kelley and Millie Ethel Cross Kelley. The Kelley's lived at Evenwood  before coming to Parsons.  Evenwood...

Turner’s Tidbits – September 6, 2017

This picture is of the #39 mine tipple at Pierce. Notice the man doing a balancing act on the pole. This mine was owned...

Turner’s Tidbits – August 30, 2017

This is believed to be Delbert "Slim" Little's father. Slim's wife was Kathryn "Katie" Kelley Little and she was one of the Cookie Ladies;...

Turner’s Tidbits – August 23, 2017

Last week's photo was identified by several folks from the Thomas Area. For each call that I received, these two folks were always described...

Turner’s Tidbits – August 2, 2017

Last week's photo of a man in service uniform was Samuel "Sammy" Joseph Scott who served in the Army. His parents were: Angelo and Mary...

Turner’s Tidbits – July 26, 2017

This is an unknown military fellow. It could be a Whetzel or (?). The photo from last week has been identified. It is Charles...

Turner’s Tidbits – July 19, 2017

This is a photo of folks I believe to be Kettermans. Perhaps someone can identify them. I had a call from a hay maker...

Turner’s Tidbits – July 12, 2017

These are photos of hay being gathered and put into hay stacks. The grass would be cut by hand before machinery and then...

Turner’s Tidbits – July 5, 2017

This is a photo from the front porch of the Star Restaurant which was located in Hambleton. The men in the front are part of...

Turner’s Tidbits – June 28, 2017

This is a photo of an unidentified girl. I think she may have been related to a family of Long's who lived on Quality...

Turner’s Tidbits – June 21, 2017

This is a picture of "Parsons Baseball Team of the year, the Pulp Mill Team". This is according to the back of the card....

Turner’s Tidbits – June 14, 2017

This is a photo of Daniel Rohrbaugh. Daniel was the oldest of eight children of Aaron and Melvina Cooper Rohrbaugh. He was a grandson of...

Turner’s Tidbits – June 7, 2017

This is a photo of the (Slab Camp) Pheasant Run School taken in 1960. Thanks to the contributor of the picture. I am not...

Turner’s Tidbits – May 31, 2017

Job Davis died April 10, 1943 about 2 years after this article appeared in 1941. He was the son of Jesse Davis and Elizabeth...

Turner’s Tidbits – May 17, 2017

This is a photo of the Bob and Mattie Cross Channell Family. Identified from left to right: George (married Virginia Nine), Fred (married Rosa DeMoss),...