You met their sisters Edith and baby Hazel in a PFF two weeks ago.
This studio postcard was taken in the last week of June 1913, or early July, probably in Lemoore, Calif. Howard, on the right, is wearing a tie that looks to be stars and stripes, no doubt in commemoration of the 4th of July.
On the back of the card, their mother Josie (Cupp) Morris tells her sister in Kansas (my grandmother) that husband Sam's nephew Robert Earl Morris had welcomed an 8-lb son named Rex (Rex Allen Morris, born in May 1913).
Josie also relays that John KERBY (a cousin on the Cupp side) "is married now", a wedding that occurred on June 23rd.
On the back of this one, Josie tells my grandmother that "this is the house we lived in last winter", indicating the photo was taken several months before it was sent. The bicycles may've been gifts from Santa that year.
I can't help but chuckle at Owen's indifferent pose in both photos. Owen (b. 27 May 1901) was three years younger than Howard (b. 18 January 1898), so perhaps the indifference was his way of seeming "older".
Howard married Miss Mary Mae Maschmeyer in December 1918. They were married for 44 years and had two children, Bernice and Roland. Owen also married a Mary, a widow with five children, but they had no children together.
At some point both couples moved to nearby Hanford, Calif, where Owen was employed at Hanford Moving and Storage for over 25 years. All are buried at Hanford Cemetery.