"The Old Jew Store," owned by Ted DeVerter in the 50-s -- thanks Jamie. The gal is Marge Shoaf Keeling
Hershal Pennick -- behind the bar (:) -- Leon Perry & ? Newnum ? - Hershal was a "Kingman fixture" and is said to have made the best burgers ever -- note the sign says Hamburgers 10 cents and Cheeseburgers 15 :)
Kingman Bandstand -- thanks jp -- Edith says, "The KHS band entertained the town Saturday nights on the bandstand. During those days, 50's and 60's, the streets would be lined with cars, and the stores were filled with customers. Cliff Elllis made the best lemon cokes!"
Kingman band - state fair finalists 1962 -- thanks JP (Left Photo) -- Sharon Summers Fritzen is the baton twirler and Larry Martin the sax player in shades (front row) - - thanks JP - thanks for identification of a few to Richard York - picture 2 -- Right picture twirlers l-r Pam Switzer Maskel, Jane Beckelhymer York and Andrea Pithoud state fair finalists - awesome
Kiger, John -- and Barbara Newnum-- Proprietors of what is now Patton's Gas Station -- following information thanks to Betty D - love that lady :) John was born in 1929 (20 Feb) in Parke County, Indiana. He was the son of Harold Reid and Katie Grimes Kiger and married Barbara Ellen Newnum (daughter of James Edward and Hester Russell Newnum) 1 October 1950. He passed away 13 Feb 2007. They owned this gas station for a number of years.
Interurban Train in Kingman - can you believe it? -- Along this line, here is the first group of railroad ties for the new street car track - thanks JP -- here's the track laid going right downtown - train tracks, black/white - thanks Sanders Funeral Care
***Pat Kolaiser added this picture to the Kingman FaceBook page -- it was originally in the 1983 History of Fountain County, a book I do not have and sure wish I did :) kbz -- Kingman track - laying it in 1909
Kingman Train Station - thanks JP _- sad to see it in such a wreck :( -- another shot of the old train depot
Kingman U.B. Church - thanks JP :) At least during the end of 1900 - about 1950s- 1909 - UB Sunday School - men are named :)
Kingman Opera House Show -- local ladies in the show are pictured -- Leona Barker Hicks; Hettie Strader; Allie Black; Bessie DeVerter Walsh; Ella Williamson Rudd; Maude Lewis Cory; Nell Drake Grismore. Back: Nettie Strader; Pearl McHargue; Elsie Briggs Ratcliff; Jessie Millikan McFerran; Jessie Nel Kent; Iva Lewis; Amelia Grimes. All dressed up & awesome - thanks JP