CRESTON HOMECOMING RECALLED BOOM TOWN DAYS - Peek At Times Past

(11/28/2017)

The annual Creston Homecoming recalled the town's boom days, and missing a lot of oldtimers who have passed who were the historians and storytellers.

The event was held in the Creston Community Building, formerly a school that hundreds attended.

Locals welcome visitors coming back to community

HISTORIC PHOTO: Lloyd Gibson (child on horse) in front of
Stevens Hotel prior to the 1917 fire that destroyed most
of town, the hotel was operated by Capt. and Mrs. Henry Stevens

THE GREAT CRESTON FIRES - Five Died In 1917 Blaze, Historic Creston Store Destroyed By Arsonist 2008

HARD TO BELIEVE, CRESTON WAS A BOOMING TOWN

CRESTON'S FIRES, FLOODS AND HARD TIMES - Twelve Dance Hall Fights In One Night

LEGENDARY CRESTON DOCTOR REMEMBERED - Over 66 Years He Wore Out Five Horses, Delivered 2,028 Babies

CRESTON - LEGACY OF AN ERA PAST


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