On the southwest corner of Sunrise and Main St lived another schoolmate Connie Sheets who was a twirlette from Mrs. Boyer's dance studio. She had two step brother's Jack Winchester (our age) and an older brother who's name escapes me. Down the street on the other side lived the Dorn family. They had a tragic house fire. A young Dorn died, the story was the child paniced and locked herself in a closet. Steve Dorn jumped from a second story window and had a debilitating arm injury.
The train tressel stood above Wolf Creek at the end of Sunrise Street. The underside of the tressel was painted with graffiti (of course). A wooden sidewalk with a metal handbar was built alongside the north side of the train track...I remember sitting on the skinny board feet dangling above Wolf Creek as a train blew by at a zillion miles an hour inches from my backside.
Down below, the stones showed through the clear water. Many days where spent wading in the shallow water. Down the track a few blocks east was the beaten down path we traveled to the baseball field. The path was found through the parking lot of Roher's IGA food market.
Rusty worked their (Tina's older brother). The Roher family owned the grocery, they lived up on Worley Ave. top of Pleasant St. to the right. I remember one daughter, Kim. Robin and Lark lived next door...two girls not birds.