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I believe this to be my Dads High school graduation picture that would have been taken around 1936. Karen

1944

Granddad Orb and Andrew fishing at the pond on the farm!!Andrew was around four I think. No telling what he and Andrew were laughing about:) Tina

The front part of the two row cultivator that went on Dads old 1938 F14 Farmall tractor that was parked years ago and the tree is about to take it in. I used this a lot when I was a kid and may have been the one that parked it in this spot as I was always lining up all the old equipment. Ray

Aunt Karen & Waldo at the farm! The look on Karen & Waldo's face was priceless:)

Karen, Ray, & Kenzie on the road to the home place in fall of 2012 that I started walking in 1938 when I was a kid. Ray

Church with grandma and grandpa

I miss my brother. It will be 15 years in June. He was so young and so loved!!! - So beautiful and for all our loved ones who have gone before. Karen

Dad bought a Allis Chalmers Rotobaler like this on in the mid 50's from granddad Rose because he did not like it. This was a one man baler pulled and powered by his 1938 F-14 Farmall tractor and was used for many years. If he did not have time to get hay out of the field it was ok because the bales would shed water. Most of the time he would get grandsons that lived near by (Steve & Jay) to help put the hay in the barn. Ray 12/10/12

  • Karen & Ray

    You move to fast (in later years he would get grandsons to help)

Capitol Reef Utah Sunset with my parents 2011

I remember when we visited my great grandma murdock in Ada Oklahoma she would always hold her thumb up when we walked in and would say . . . . . Why your no bigger than my thumb. She always made us laugh. I hope I can always make my grandchildren and great grandchildren laugh ♥♥

The front part of the two row cultivator that went on Dads old 1938 F14 Farmall tractor that was parked years ago and the tree is about to take it in. I used this a lot when I was a kid and may have been the one that parked it in this spot as I was always lining up all the old equipment. Ray

1950s... full skirts and petticoats...

Wonderful picture!! This is what we did when we were kids rather than watch TV.

I took Moms old White sewing machine with all top gone and put a two drawer desk on top back in the 60's and we, our kids, and grandkids have enjoyed. Ray

you know I had to have a donkey

Laptop table made from boards from old family home 1906 There is nothing fancy or hard to build about this table but it is priceless to me. The Singer sewing machine base was my grandma's and the wood on top came from the house my grandpa and my mother were born in. The wood dates back to before 1906 Indian Territory, before Oklahoma became a state. I left the old tacks that were used to nail up whatever they covered the walls with. If these boards could talk:)

This was much like Dads 1938 F-14 Farmall that was used when I was a kid growing up. I spent many a hour on the old F-14 tractor. No starter on this tractor as you had to hand crank it. This old tractor ran till the late 70's or early 80's till some took gas cap off and gas tank filled with rain water. Ray

WWII. Mom & Dad farmed during these years and we always had plenty to eat as Mom canned food from the garden and Dad raised cattle, hogs, and chickens for meat. Ray

Audie Murphy was awarded 33 U.S. decorations and medals, five medals from France, and one from Belgium.[1][5] He received every U.S. decoration for valor available to Army ground personnel at the time.[12] He earned the Silver Star twice in three days, two Bronze Star Medals, three Purple Hearts, the Distinguished Service Cross, and the Medal of Honor.