This week’s Mystery Banks Photo: This family photo was taken in 1954. The father was a corporal in the Army and fought in the Korean War. He and his son could often be seen racing at the Fayette County Speedway. The mother and daughter are both retired from state jobs. The father is deceased. The mother and son live in the Brownstown area, and the daughter lives in Vandalia.
Do you know them? If so, call The Leader-Union, 283-3374.
In last week’s Mystery Banks Photo was: Twyla Haynes Durbin.
Identifying her was: Rosemary Case.
This week’s Scrambler: eth lintassee ratcof ahtt slitf neo anm vaebo shi wolfles ni smert fo meitvachnee nad essucsc si sih tycipaca ofr treerag lefs-cidsilienp.
Can you unscramble it? If so, call The Leader-Union, 283-3374, by 5 p.m. next Monday.
Last week’s Scrambler: Behold the turtle: he only makes progress when he sticks his neck out.
Unscrambling it were: Jan Williams, Elizabeth and Richard Kasten, Cy and Lorene Locke, the Rev. Casey Jones, John Berry, Jane Naab, Helen Shelton, Michael Tate's fifth-grade class, Juanita Workman, Lois Jackson, Larry Cable, Shirley Mattes, Linda Kirkland, Larry Henna, Cathy Haynes, Norma Sallee, Emma Sue and Don Brugoto, Eugene and Barbara Milhoan, Mrs. Knebel's fifth-grade class, Don and Ellen Willms, Andrew Crosswaite, Mrs. Rubin's fifth-grade class, and Wayne and Bonnie Purtilar.