Ranger Exes Memorial-TX - Old Ranger Photos The War Years (1940s) - Page 2 of 6 [ 2 ]     Paramount Hotel & Greyhound Bus Depot
Downtown Ranger looking east after a snow storm in 1947
Ranger Country Club house
Gholson Hotel on Main St. in downtown Ranger was a five-floor hotel built in 1921 for $400,000.
Methodist Church in Ranger was organized in 1881. The congregation moved into this building in 1920 and it is still used today located on Elm Street.
Jiggs Cafe on the corner of Main St. was located in the P&Q Realty Building (built in 1920) in downtown Ranger. (Demolished by fire in 2003)
Guarantee Bank Building & Ice Cream parlor
Two men changing light bulbs on the Arcadia theater sign. The Arcadia was built in 1927 and known as the most beautiful theater between Fort Worth and Abilene.
1947 Rodeo Parade in downtown Ranger
First Baptist church in 1938 or 1939 L to R:___, Dr. C. L. (Claude Leonard) Jackson, Mrs. Nietta (C. L.) Jackson, Frank Hicklin, Kitty Hicklin, Doris Mitchell (Mrs. R. V.) Robinson, R. V. Robinson, Cottie I. Woods, Mrs. Loyd Bruce, Hazel Mae Ervin, Frances Ussery, Dorothy Mathena, Nona Fae Watson, D. C. Arterburn, ___, Leola Ussery, T. M. Brown, Norma Heinlen, Polly Seymour, Jimmy Houghton, ___, Leonard Arterburn, Walter Lee Jackson, Jr., Bruce Harris, Georgia B. (Mrs. Bruce) Harris, Edith Taylor, Eva Kay Reece, Dan Milmo, ___, Mary Simpson, ___, ___, ___, Arlene Stephens, ___, Marie Galloway, ___, ___, ___, ___, ___, George Allison, Catherine Barker, Cy Landers, James "Squirt" Brown, ___, ___
Mills Grocery Store on corner of N. Rusk & Walnut St.
Ranger Dry Cleaners in 1946
Arcadia theater in 1939 showing "Union Pacific". Enlarge Maurice (Monk) Agnew on the right side. (Photo courtesy of Linda Miller)