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Grand Champions were: (front row, from left): Sarah Darnall, Jessica Forshee, Craig Dinkel; (back row, from left) Kristi Gartrell, Heather Gartrell, Ethan Gartrell, Jenna Stout, Cody Miller and Jonelle Forshee.
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THIS YESTERYEAR PICTURE was brought in to the Sentinel by Darrell Sammons. A funeral was held at the W. R. Griffin house at 623 Main Street in the 1920s. The house was also home to Doc Mason for many years and is now owned by Keith and Mendy Schlaegel.
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The Stockton Sentinel is always looking for pictures for our “Yesteryear” page. If you have a picture that you’d be willing to share with our readers (preferably at least 20 years old), send it to Stockton Sentinel, P.O. Box 521, Stockton, KS 67669, e-mail it to: stkpaper@ruraltel.net or bring it in to our office and we’ll be sure you get it back.
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THE ODLE FAMILY GOT TOGETHER in November 1947 to celebrate Terry Odle’s first birthday. Pictured are (front row, from left) great-grandmothers Hattie Muir and Nettie Baxter; (back row) grandmother Lola Muir Baxter Jackson, great-grandfather Albert Muir Sr., grandmother Sophia Odle, grandfather Bert Odle, mother Delores Odle, father Gale Odle and Terry Odle.
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A RIBBON-CUTTING

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A RIBBON-CUTTING was held for Rockin’ K Shoe Repair in the early summer of 1997. On hand for the occasion was (from left): Joanni Grover, Elaine Davenport, John Forshee, Kevin States (owner of Rockin’ K), city manager Gary Hobbie, Lee Phelps, Lanny Hanks, Margaret Welker, Ruth Phelps, Roma Smith and Sandi Rogers.
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The Stockton Sentinel is always looking for pictures for our “Yesteryear” page. If you have a picture that you’d be willing to share with our readers (preferably at least 20 years old), send it to Stockton Sentinel, P.O. Box 521, Stockton, KS 67669, e-mail it to: stkpaper@ruraltel.net or bring it in to our office and we’ll be sure you get it back.
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JEAN LINDSEY brought this Yesteryear picture into the Sentinel to share. The photo is of the 1935 Stockton High School Band lined up on the football field at that time, which is now the front lawn of the high school building. (The high school in 1935 was where the Stockton Junior High building is located. The new and present-day high school was built in 1955.) The picture is taken as if you were standing by the front doors of the high school looking to the east. Across the street from the goal post on the right hand side of the picture is where the building with the Tiger painted on it is now located. That area was also the home to one of the two lumberyards in Stockton during the late 1960/70s. And to make the picture even more interesting, the young man five people in from the left, holding the trombone, is none other than Lorenzo Fuller.