Frank Hardy Made My Photographs Two

Community Chest … Part Two …

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Community Chest  3   _ RTP _ 6 Nov 15 _ SFW

Here are a few more photos from the Community Chest.  I do not know any of the people in front of the tally board … maybe someone will recognize an individual and comment.  Some more photos …

Community Chest  5   _ RTP_ 6 Nov 15 _ SFW

Community Chest  2   _ RTP _ 6 Nov 15 _ SFW

Community Chest  7  _ RTP _ 6 Nov 15 _ SFW

If anyone remembers anyone on the boards or in the photos and wants to make a comment, please feel free.  Thanks again for looking.  This year is just about up and it really has flown by.  No idea what 2016 has in store, but I am looking forward to whatever it brings.  I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and hope you have a safe New Year.  Thanks again for stopping by and looking … the comments are also welcomed.  Stay safe … Frank

 

 

 

 

Written by Frank Hardy

December 23, 2015 at 3:58 pm

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  1. Dr E. V. Anderson was our family pediatrician. He was a wonderful man. Dave Wheeler from East Hill.

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    Dave Wheeler

    June 28, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    • I don’t remember Dr Anderson, but have always heard of him. I went to Dr. Rubel over on Palafox and he had a son named Joe. I wonder what ever happened to Joe … if you know let me hear from you. Joe was a character and I did a few things for him when he was an attorney. See previous reply about my reference to you and thanks for commenting … Frank

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      Frank Hardy

      July 1, 2016 at 2:34 pm


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