Rich Hill Bandstand West Park 1907 Stormy January Day
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Sunday, January 3, 2021
Fourth of July celebrations are not new in Rich Hill. Rich Hill has celebrated yearly since 1881 except during World War I and World War II. The first celebration was held on the block on the North side of Walnut Street, just east of the railroad tracks.
Monday, April 13, 2020
Sunday, March 22, 2020
- Row - Left to Right Schwamb, Williams, Isaacson, Captain Boughan, E. Gilmore, Jennings,
- Row Left to Right Stoddard, Rhodes, Heinlen, Basore, Hough, V. Fix, Pearson , Hume
- Row Left to Right W. Gilmore, Woodfin, Durst, Bradley, J, Fix, Boyd, Westerhold.
- Row Left to Right Assistant Couch Woody, Sponaugle, Northrup, McMombs, McCaroll, Fisher, Chick, Coach Ertz
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Jon Ferguson, Bill Brown, Sterling Durst, Melvin Peterman, Roy Peterman, Lawrence Anderson, Marvin Peak, Mike McKanley, John Woodfin.
Fifth Row - Left to Right:
Marcie Dickinson, Paul Peterman, Hattie Ingram, Mary Louise Dunham, Dolores Klump, John Lacy, Orris Hall, Raymond Hough.
Fourth Row: - Left to Right:
Irene Terry, Allene Rich, Wilma Ratts, Kathryn Ann Klump, Thelma Olive, Mavis Olson, Lavonne Hall, Evelyn Schooley, Darlene Moody, Wilma Petty.
Third Row - Left to Right:
Allene Hirni, Elizabeth McGinnis, Nadine Stewart, Mary Vodry, Carlene Robinson, Thelma Ochener, Delores Smith, Ruby Rider, Billy Kyner.
Second Row - Left to Right:
Arletha Cullison, Lucille Ragon, Lucille Davis, Betty Newton, Gladys West, Imogene Sivils, Wilma Wilson, Irma Rider,
First Row - Left to Right:
Irene Ragon, Beulah Masure, Pauline Ellis, Jean Woodfin, Frances Vodry, Arlene Lowman, Clodeane Heinlen, Mr. Rankin.