"For what it's worth, the photo of the sailor in the 8th row up from the bottom, 1st photo on the left, I recognize as an old friend of mine from the '60s and '70s. He is most certainly Charley Stark who most of us called "C.D. Stark". I believe he had a family member who served as a constable or in some other law enforcement position in the county at one time or another. He was a WW2 Navy veteran and was a ships carpenter who served in CASU #1 (or 2) (Carrier Air Support Unit) at Pearl Harbor before getting Sea duty around Saipan and Tinian in '44 I believe. If he is still living, he would likely be in his early 90s, as I believe he was born back around 1916 to 1918 or so. He learned his carpenter trade while in the CCC/WPA programs in the late '30s. Last I heard, he was living in Indiana somewhere. He was a truely nice fellow and it was nice seeing his photo in your photo section.
Wm. (Bill) Shaw"
Submitted byJoy Mack