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The salt block house is located where Gloria and Garry Lute reside currently on Goshen Valley Rd. Esther said there were many of these houses in Goshen then.
Garry Lute Sr. (the younger child) and another older child who is possibly David Lute. This one was taken around 52 or 53. In this picture you can get a good view of the houses in the background. Notice the hole in the porch right below where the kids are sitting.
Earl F. Lute, son of Henry Lute and Eva Hill Lute. The young lad he is holding is Garry Lute. The picture was taken around 1952. They are sitting on the front porch of Isaac Hill’s house. The rooftop in the background should be the top of Fuzzy Carlisle’s old house. Submitted by: Garry Lute, Jr.
L to R Front – Tom Krocker, Larry Gibbs, Dave Hanlon, Harold Lute, Russ Hobart, Dick Leggett and Charles Grinstead. L to R Back – Lorell Bowers (coach), John Wallace, Bob Moore, Earl Walton, Frank Davis, Eddie Krocker, Eddie Warner and Warner Maurer.
L-R-Front _ Russell Hobart, Warner Maurer, Dave Hanlon, Larry Gibbs, Dick Leggett, Harold Lute and Eddie Warner. 2nd-Row L-R _ Nancy Wallace, Sally Edwards, Phyllis Reynolds, Anna Davis, Lois Oppy, Marge Carlisle, Sandra Kohler, Shelby Meldrum and Peggy Torgler. 3rd Row L-R _ Mary Moore, John Wallace, Bob Moore, Frank Davis, Earl Walton, Eddie Krocker, … Continue reading
Front row, kneeling, l to r – William Wallace, Tom Krocker, Jim Hobart, Jackie Wolfe, Jack Hobart, Don Hanlon and Harold Lute. Second row, l to r – Dorothy Endsley, ??? Gribble, Bernice Edwards, Bob Cookson, Phyllis Reynolds, Nancy Hobart, Linda Carlisle, Thelma Lute, Jimmy Maurer. Third row, l to r – Dorothy Garrett (substitute … Continue reading
Bob Cookson recently shared a couple of stories from his younger days in Goshen. He is currently 70 years young and resides in Wilmington, North Carolina. He told about his days attending the Goshen School and these are his words: I started first grade at the Goshen School and spent 8 years there. When I … Continue reading
This photo was provided by Amber Lute Hobart. Amber’s Grandmother, Eva Lute, made this one at her home.