Back row (standing), (1)
Vera Jones Anderson, 2nd wife of Donald, (2) Donald Wilks Anderson
(son of Florence and Dink Anderson, grandson of Uncle George
Wilks); (3) Ronald D. Wilks son of Vane and Loma, (4) Kirby K.
Wilks, (5) Blake McLean, (6) Prentis Lee "P L" Wilks?
son of Uncle Sam*, (7) Voy Wilks, (8) Doris Ross Brock, (9) JoAnn
wife of David Wilks, (10) David Wilks holding son (11) David
Jr. "Davey" Wilks, (12) ____________? (13) _____________,
(14) Willie Wilks wife of Roy, (15) Roy Wilks son of Uncle Frank
lived in OK, (16) Karl Glyn Wilks standing behind (17)
Dick Carter, (18) his wife Joy McLean Carter, (19) Billie DuVall
husband of Nell Wilks, (20) Douglas Wilks son of Karl, (21) Dink
Anderson, (22) Bobby Joe Anderson.
Middle row (sitting), (23) Mary Ward daughter of Joyce Wilks
wife of Kirby, (24) Beth Wilks, (25) Alva Wilks, (26) Ruth Wilks,
(27) Joyce Schoen Ward Wilks wife of Kirby (with children Diane
Ward and Curtis Wilks (28-29) on her lap), (30) Sherry Wilks
(wife of Ron), with (31-32) daughters Georgianna and Lori Wilks,
(33) Laura Velma Wilks Bullock daughter of Uncle Frank, from
OK), (34) Myrtle Fenter Wilks, (35) Reta Wilks Ross holding (36)
her daughter Doris's son Glen Brock, (37) Myrl Wilks McLean),
(38) Nell Wilks DuVall, (39) Cora Chandler Wilks wife of Karl,
(40) Florence Wilks Anderson daughter of Uncle George, (41) Bobby
Joe Anderson's wife Johnny Jo , (42) Dusty Wilks (wife of Douglas),
holding (43) their son Allen, (44) Kate's blonde friend Clydena
Bordner, (45) Julia Kate Anderson Hawthorne, holding (46) Bobby
Joe's dau Vickie Jo, (47) Kate's husband Lee Hawthorne (in wheelchair).
Front row (children on ground): (48) Dan Wilks son of Voy, (49)
Leland Wilks son of Kirby, (50) Mike Ward son of Joyce, (52)
Randal Wilks son of Kirby, (52) Farris Wilks son of Voy, (53)
Steve Brock, (54) Danny Brock, (55) Bobby DuVall, (56) Becky
Brock, (57) Patty DuVall, (58) Eddy DuVall, (59) Bobby Joe's
daughter Tammy Jo Anderson, (60) ____girl____, (61) ___Boy___
(62) Cathy DuVall, (63) Rhonda Wilks daughter of Kirby.
| * Before
1929 their mother told them about the field needing to be gotten
in, and the boys ran off. P.L. took a load of wheat in to sell
and he sold the wheat, trailer, horses and moved to Arizona.
After a while P.L. was in a bar reading a paper and looked out
the window just to see the top of a hat and knew it had to be
a Wilks, no one else was that short. So he put the paper up so
he couldn't be seen, and the guy, who was one of his brothers,
wanted to know if there was any ranches to work or sell, I'm
not sure which. P.L. lowered the paper and told his brother,
"You can buy mine, Hell, I'm moving back to Texas."