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INTERESTING TIDBITS
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MR. & MRS. B. R. PARHAM 50TH WEDDING CELEBRATION - OUT OF TOWN GUESTS

GREENHAW - PARHAM WEDDING

LETTER FROM CEGO

WEDDING SHOWER - GREENHAW - PARHAM

THREE GRADES OF SCHOOL AT CEGO GO ON PICNIC - 1929

MISS MIDRED PARHAM OF EDDY HERE FOR VISIT

SEVENTH GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ENTERTAINED AT MISS TINA STEWART HOME

CEGO NEWS

CEGO TEACHERS 1920 - 1929

CEGO NEWS - DECEMBER 1930

deGRAFENRIED COLLECTION IN NEW YORK AUCTION

MITCHELL GATES HONORED WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY AND RETIREMENT PARTY

S. A. PARHAM & WIFE TAKE FIRST PLANE RIDE

CANE 200 YEARS OLD

MR. & MRS. S. A. PARHAM AND MR. & MRS. JOHN WALLACE HONORED BY OLD TIMERS

MR. & MRS. S. A. PARHAM 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

MRS. S. A. PARHAM 80TH BIRTHDAY

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES HELD BY SCHOOL AT CEGO - c 1929

"UNCLE BILLY" CARRIED 1776 GUN TO FALLS

SHOPPING CENTER 200 MILES AWAY

CHILTON NAMED FOR EARLY DAY STOREKEEPER

DOG RESCUED FROM INARDS OF BRAZOS RIVER ALLIGATOR

"WHO" WOULDN'T STOP CAR, DOCTOR LEARNED

FIRST CHILTON DOCTOR

RODE TRAIN AS FAR AS IT RAN, BOARDED HORSE

JAMES C. GAITHER HELPED MAKE HISTORY AT CHILTON

GOD CAME TO CHILTON AMID RAGING STORM

SHE REMEMBERS MILAM COUNTY BUFFALO HERDS

SISTER BOOTED OUT OF CHURCH AFTER QUARREL

ORGANIZED THE BAPTISTS

LIKED MARLIN OVER WACO

CHURCH IS STARTED

CRISWELL REUNION - 1953

10TH ANNUAL CRISWELL HOMECOMING HELD SUNDAY, LARGE CROWD PRESENT

3 WACOANS WOUNDED

ALLIGATOR IN CHILTON

FIRST WOMEN IN FALLS COUNTY TO OWN A CAR

FREEZES AND DROUGHTS

A PIONEER MEDICO

CHILTON NAMED FOR EARLY-DAY STOREKEEPER

RODE TRAIN AS FAR AS IT RAN, BOARDED HORSE

SISTER BOOTED OUT OF CHURCH

CHURCH STARTED

MAN IN HOSPITAL AFTER DOG REPORTEDLY SHOOTS HIM IN LEG

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ABOUT WINDMILLS - PUMPING THE PAST

EVERYONE HAS A STORY TO TELL
From the Temple Daily Telegram
Submitted by Ken Gates

THE HOT MINERIAL WATERS OF MARLIN STILL FLOW
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