Waco Town Crier – November 2022

Here is the November issue. This month, you’ll find …

  • From Our Graduates
  • Updates
  • Did You Know?
  • Whatever Happened to … Marshall Matt Dillon?  by David Dibb
  • Pictures
  • November Birthdays
  • Humor

I want to extend my appreciation and gratitude to all who contribute to The Town Crier.
You make it possible for the Crier to remain in existence.

I hope everyone will have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. Enjoy the Crier, keep in touch, and remember:

“The best tunes are played on the oldest fiddles.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson


3 comments on “Waco Town Crier – November 2022

  1. Tommy Ruth Blair Toler: I reminisced about the 25th Street Theater and neighborhood around it. My family went to the movies there. We lived in the 2500 block of Sanger and I roamed that area on foot and on bicycle oDen. Daddy worked at Sam Bale’s garage on 25th. The DQ on 25th was the first one I ever saw. Loved the dipped cones. At the drive-in convenience store at 25th and Morrow an employee would come out to the car to get your order and then bring it out to you.

  2. Dana Sauer Keifer: Got Zred of being a homeowner and all of the nagging li[le things that go along with it, so I decided to move to a reZrement community! Absolutely LOVE it – no responsibiliZes – just walking my li[le dog (he is geang adjusted to his new environment – all the new smells outside keep him interested!!

  3. Bev Murphy Wells: Loved seeing all the fall pictures in Colorado and North Carolina. What abeautiful country we live in! Congrats to Larry Thomas with all the 80’s shirts he and his family wore to celebrate his 80th. Great idea! Looks like Judith Hamff Murphy’s trip to Iceland granted her good weather! David Dibbs’ reminiscing of the old western movies brought back memories and provided some info about Gunsmoke that was new to me.

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