You must be new at searching for family members given the very limited information provided. John is not an uncommon name, nor is Starks. You must provide more information. Like dates births for those listed, where they were born and if known, their parents. If you don't know, then give all you can. I would think you would know your grandparents, but perhaps not. If you do, then they will be listed on the 1930 census records. If so, then you will find your great grandparents.
Make sure you keep track of brothers and sisters, as that helps to narrow which family is yours... again, knowing your brothers and sisters, will seperate your John Stark from another, as it is doubtfull they all had kids named the same and about the same age.
Try again and maybe someone will know your particular family.