Banks of the Okaw

This week’s Mystery Banks Photo: These three young people from Vandalia are pictured in 1954.

The girls are sisters; one now lives near Springfield and one lives in Vandalia. The boy is now a minister and lives in the eastern part of the United States.  
Do you know them??If so, call The Leader-Union, 283-3374.
In last week’s Mystery Banks Photo were: Ed Taylor Sr. and his daughter, Dana.
Identifying them were: Doris Wehrle, Brett Taylor, Robert and Lily Moore, Phyllis Bruno, Larry Cable, Juanita Workman, Evelyn Bennett, Elaine Michel, Larry and Shelby Lawler, Mary G. Rendleman, Ronnie Heather, Mary Cripe, Gale and Helen Meseke, Jeanne Hohlt, Boyd and Norma Ledbetter, Dan Oberlink, Nelen Smith, Delila Beckman, Patsy Schutz, Beeb and Billye Staff, Phil Rebbe, and Dan and Barb Oberlink.
This week’s Scrambler:  walsya od thrig. hist ilwl fysitsa moes lopeep nad sonthisa eht sert.
Can you unscramble it??If so, call The Leader-Union, 283-3374, by 5 p.m. next Monday.
Last week’s Scrambler: Whatever your life's work, do it well. A man should do his job so well that the living, the dead and the unborn could not do it better. (Martin Luther King Jr.)
Unscrambling it were: Jan Williams, Cy and Lorene Locke, Mary Cripe, Harold and Loretta Tidwell, Eugene and Barbara Milhoan, Diana Roe, Larry Cable, Juanita Workman, Lois Jackson, Betty Schaub, Shirley Mattes, Elaine Michel, Dee Dee Dively, Helen Smith, Elizabeth Kasten, LuLu's, Andrew Crosswait, Hobie Brooker's fifth-grade class, Rylee Velazquez, Ricky and Judy Bolyard, Beulah Brown, Haliey Dalton, Cheryle Donaldson, Wayne and Bonnie Purtilar, Cathy Haynes and Kathy Roedner.

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