Ranger Exes Memorial-TX - Old Ranger Photos The Boom Years - Page 6 of 12     [ 6 ]         Waxahachie Oil Co. in Ranger
Oil tank exploded & caught fire
Muddy street during the oil boom
The Merriman Baptist Church's small congregation refused $100,000 for an oil lease on its cemetery because they did not want to disturb the graves.
Oil boom in Ranger
Muddy street in downtown Ranger
Bird-eye view of Ranger
RNA Juveniles (Royal Neighbors of America Juveniles) in 1935 The dresses (because of the depression) were made of double crepe paper by the mothers. L to R: ? Butcher, Exa Henry, Fannye Goodrum, Gene Henry, Inez Harrell, Johnie B. Henry, Mary Rayfield, J. A. Goodrum, Mary Jane Todd, Jimmie Beth Todd, Kathryn Hinman (?), Jane Craver, Dorothy Mathena, Doris Mathena, Evelyn Childs and kneeling, Kaylene Butcher
Ranger Homecoming Oil Jubilee in Oct. of 1927. Rig donated by Clay Boiler Works to the City of Ranger and became a landmark.