Scrapbook of the Franklinton Centennial

Submitted by Bonnie Dier (The original was donated to Southeastern College)

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From the Era Leader
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Newspaper Articles: 1 June 1961. Newspaper Articles: 25 May 1961; "Times-Picayune, 3 June 1961
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28 May 1961: Centenary Methodist Church (M. David Felder, Minister). Photo: Dr. A. W. Robbins, Text: John 8:31-36, Topic: Regigious Freedom.; "First Baptist News" Directory, 19 May 1961.
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Photo #1: At Catholic Church; Franklinton, La.; Harvey & Jo Ann Bienvenu...adding child; Front Row - right - Blach? Hair, Cindy Newman; Back row - R to L: Mrs. Gladys Newman (Holyne), Mrs. Pam Miller (Herd), Mrs. Mangtte Ba???(Carby?). Photo #2: Queen Delane Miller; Photo #3: Bob Wood & Elizabeth Richardson; Photo #4: Bob Wood. Photo #1: Washington Parish Librarian, Mrs. D. D. Dixon. Photo #2: Mrs. E. & Mrs. C. A. Saint as hosts at their "Deep South Caffe Call" at Amanda's Cafe. Photo #3: Benjy Nell Brock. Photo #4: Centennial Parade Chairman, Miss Sadie Mae Foil. *Photo-not named.* Photo #5: Mrs. W. W. Ervin. Photo #6: Mrs. R. O. Smith. Photo #7: Mr. Walter Simpson, Jr.

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