Larry Shuck and Danny Williams
Behind them, to the left is the Picher Junction for the Trolley  in those days.
Ed Shuck says..
They are standing with their backs to Connell Ave., across the street,
with the awnings is Dixie's Cafe.  Just back of the cafe is Sanders
Brothers Lumber (Mr.. Mac will verify that).  Just to the people's right 
and just out of the picture would be the Union Hall - Later Star
Theater - more recently the  Bingo hall.  They would be facing into the
parking lot just North of the American Apartments (earlier it was the
Picher Hospital.)