dogs in the picture!
Towser dog of young Jr. Muscheites, with friends. The boys are not well identified. There is a list but there are fewer names than boys, leaving the question about which name goes with which boy. The names as given: Marvin Horton, Charles Norris, Delmar Covault, Dwight “Tweeter” Bonham, Howard Bedea, Leonard Mertes, Junior Muscheites, Marion Bonham, Harold Kubick, and Lavon Heuke. Leonard Mertes is definitely the one 7th from left but his name is only the 6th on the list, so the error is probably in the boys to the left of Leonard. Photo 1866, Towser with friends, from Terry Korrel, a Purcell descendant.
Photo 194. John Cockerill, Lewis Day, Alvah Aylor, Sr., with his dogs, George Griffing, J. B. Carter, and, behind the stove, Nick Goodenkauf. Taken on the southside of the Square, 2nd building from the west. In 2018 it is occupied by Harry Griebling Photography and before that it was occupied by Table Rock Electric for many years. The bar back is now in the Round Up Bar & Grill, which is the 3rd & 4th buildings from the west.
Photo 60, the McCourtney Graders of Table Rock at work at Adams. That is Lula McCourtey's cook tent. She was glad to have it, I'm sure, as she previously cooked out of a traveling wagon like gypsies use, according to Charlie & Lula's granddaughter Dolores McCourtney Penkava. And according to Delores, that dog in the left foreground was lucky to be alive, as Charlie McCourtney hated dogs.