Moultrie Moment of the Week 7.23.14

Moultrie Moment of the Week                                                    Pictured from 1946 is a new OK Jobbers’ delivery truck. From left to right: Hank Butler, Floyd Buckalew, Albert Wilhem, and Lynn Huntsburger - Owner/Founder. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

Moultrie Moment of the Week
Pictured from 1946 is a new OK Jobbers’ delivery truck. From left to right: Hank Butler, Floyd Buckalew, Albert Wilhem, and Lynn Huntsburger – Owner/Founder. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

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Moultrie Moment of the Week                                                    Pictured here are 1st thru 6th grade students from 1950-1951. Pictured left to right are: Mrs. Phipps, teacher, Richard Johnson, Earline Willoughby, Leroy Kearney, Martha Rainey, Jim Kearney, Linda Hoffman, Dean Kearney, Unknown, Cora Yoder, Eugene Johnson, Margaret Titus, Jerry Titus, Sarah Yoder, Jim Willoughby, Elsie Yoder, Roger Shockley, Fay Willoughby, Ruben Yoder, Margaret Kearney, Levi Yoder and Katie Yoder.If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

Moultrie Moment of the Week
Pictured here are 1st thru 6th grade students from 1950-1951. Pictured left to right are: Mrs. Phipps, teacher, Richard Johnson, Earline Willoughby, Leroy Kearney, Martha Rainey, Jim Kearney, Linda Hoffman, Dean Kearney, Unknown, Cora Yoder, Eugene Johnson, Margaret Titus, Jerry Titus, Sarah Yoder, Jim Willoughby, Elsie Yoder, Roger Shockley, Fay Willoughby, Ruben Yoder, Margaret Kearney, Levi Yoder and Katie Yoder.If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

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Moultrie Moment of the Week                                                    Pictured here is the Texaco Station located on the corner of Harrison St. and Hamilton St. in Sullivan and owned by Buck Fisher. The Dickerson home is located in the background. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

Moultrie Moment of the Week
Pictured here is the Texaco Station located on the corner of Harrison St. and Hamilton St. in Sullivan and owned by Buck Fisher. The Dickerson home is located in the background. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

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Moultrie Moment of the Week                                                    Pictured here is the Lovington Post Office circa 1909. The post office was located on the north side of State St.  in Lovington. The building located on the left is McDaniels & Bowers Goods. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

Moultrie Moment of the Week
Pictured here is the Lovington Post Office circa 1909. The post office was located on the north side of State St. in Lovington. The building located on the left is McDaniels & Bowers Goods. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

Moultrie Moment 6-11-2014

Moultrie Moment of the Week                                                    Pictured here is the United Brethern Church in Kirksville in 1938. Front row: Anna Belle Frederick Malloy, Bernice Graven Elder, Wilma Marble, Ruth L. Matheson Lash, Odessa Donnell Hudson and Emogene Matheson Yarnell-Burrows. 2nd row: Dorothy Faye Matheson, Emel Craig, Unknown, Louise Graven Marshall, Harold Marble. Top row: John Floyd, teacher, Unknown, Anna Mae Marble, Dale Marshall, Bill Sentel and Junior Graven. Photo submitted by Emogene Burrows of Bethany. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

Moultrie Moment of the Week
Pictured here is the United Brethern Church in Kirksville in 1938. Front row: Anna Belle Frederick Malloy, Bernice Graven Elder, Wilma Marble, Ruth L. Matheson Lash, Odessa Donnell Hudson and Emogene Matheson Yarnell-Burrows. 2nd row: Dorothy Faye Matheson, Emel Craig, Unknown, Louise Graven Marshall, Harold Marble. Top row: John Floyd, teacher, Unknown, Anna Mae Marble, Dale Marshall, Bill Sentel and Junior Graven. Photo submitted by Emogene Burrows of Bethany. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

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Moultrie Moment of the Week Pictured here is 4 generations of the Boggs family. Pictured left to right are Matthew Boggs, Rex Albert Boggs and Samuel S. Boggs. Standing is Noah William Boggs. All are buried in the Kellar Cemetery, except Matthew Boggs who is buried in the Kirkland, Washington cemetery. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.

Moultrie Moment of the Week 3-30-2014

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Pictured above are Mrs. Phama Arterburn holding her baby grandson Jason Paradee on her 89th birthday on May 4, 1974. Standing are Lois Arterburn Bowen, Elsie Bowen Hopkins and Susan Hopkins Paradee. If you have any other information, please contact the Moultrie County Historical Society at 217-728-4085.