Wilbur & Willus Hill being held by their sister, Faily Hill
Else (Joens) Struve, wife of Peter Struve
Merlin Struve along Elm Street
Mildred Ohrt, Lillian Ohrt, Margaret Struve
Just west of Main Street on what is now 141.
Note the hitching rail on the left.
William Struve, Clarence "Klick" Kuhse 1920
William Struve, Mildred Ohrt, Lillian Ohrt, Clarence "Klick" Kuhse
Klick Kuhse married Lillian Ohrt
William Struve, unknown
Manning soldiers walking south on Main Street at the Fourth Street intersection looking east.
In the background is the old ice house for the Horseshoe bar.
The top of the water tower can be seen at the top edge of the saloon (now Corner Cafe)
"Backing the Boys" - women/wives backing the WWI soldiers
"Dutchie" came over from Germany and worked for about 10-15 years in the Manning area.
He went back to Germany a wealthy man.
??, Margaret Struve, Herbert Stribe
??, Lucy Nielsen, Elna Groteluschen, Bill Joens
Elna married Bill Joens
Jim McMahon, Margaret Struve
Jim husband of Kate (Joens) and uncle to Margaret
Kate Joens, Bill Joens
Kate was a sister to Mrs. Carsten Struve, Mrs. Jurgen Joens.
Kate was an aunt to Bill Joens, John Joens, Emma (Joens) Musfeldt and Alvin Musfeldt's mother, Emma.
No one identified but interesting "Made in USA" tire ad sign
Faily Hill, Gladys Struve - Children's Day
Gladys was George H. & Bertha (Nulle) Struve's daughter
Emil "Butsy" Struve, George Peters - taken on Elm Street in Manning
Back: Lillian Struve, ??, Nora (Jensen) Musfeldt, ??, ??
Front: Leona (Struve) Nulle, Faily Hill, ??, Gladys Struve, ??
Probably a Sunday afternoon get-together of cousins, aunts and uncles