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This week’s Mystery Banks Photo: This brother and sister, pictured about 65 years ago, were born in Oklahoma, but moved to the Brownstown area during the oil boom in the late 1930s.
The girl moved from Brownstown last year, but still has a daughter in Altamont and a son in Greenville. The boy moved to Kentucky in 1952, married a girl from Vandalia and has seven children.
Do you know them? If so, call The Leader-Union, 283-3374.
In last week’s Mystery Banks Photo were: Cindy (Daniels) Lotz and Paula Hoffman.
Identifying them was: Elaine Michel.
This week’s Scrambler: eht dryaget fo feli si ont os humc twah nem refsuf, tub hartre thaw yeht isms.
Can you unscramble it? If so, call The Leader-Union, 283-3374, by 5 p.m. next Monday.
Last week’s Scrambler: The tragedy of life is what dies within a man while he still lives. (Albert Schweitzer)
Unscrambling it were: Jan Williams, Cy Locke, Elaine Michel, Wayne and Bonnie Purtilar, LuLu's staff, Jane Naab, Elizabeth and Richard Kasten, Don Brugoto, Larry Cable, Lois Jackson, Juanita Workman, Eugene and Barbara Milhoan, Larry Henna, Andrew Crosswait, Cathy Haynes, and Don and Ellen Willms.