Waco Drive-In, Waco, TX- memories of my family in the station wagon with big bottles of root beer & Momma's homemade bread. Family togetherness watching the movies!

Waco Drive-In, Waco, TX- memories of my family in the station wagon with big bottles of root beer & Momma's homemade bread. Family togetherness watching the movies!

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Jennifer Love Hewitt -- from Waco

Women We Love - Jennifer Love Hewitt (24 Photos) - Suburban Men - January 23, 2016

The Circle Drive-In Waco, TX - memories of my family piling in the station wagon. This is where I went to my very first movie....King Kong

The Circle Drive-In Waco, TX - memories of my family piling in the station wagon. This is where I went to my very first movie....King Kong

Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas. I am obsessed with the show Fixer Upper on HGTV and love Chip and Joanna Gaines

My Visit to Magnolia Market

Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas. I am obsessed with the show Fixer Upper on HGTV and love Chip and Joanna Gaines

Sometimes MISTAKENLY pinned as "Elvis Presley Age 18". This picture was taken in Waco, TX, ca. July 1958. Elvis was 23 at the time and stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. There is a second picture which shows Elvis posing with Waco Theater owner Claude Stewart. The striped shirt that Elvis is wearing was lent to him by his friend from Waco, Eddie Fadal. See more at: http://www.elvisandeddie.com/movies.htm

Sometimes MISTAKENLY pinned as "Elvis Presley Age 18". This picture was taken in Waco, TX, ca. July 1958. Elvis was 23 at the time and stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. There is a second picture which shows Elvis posing with Waco Theater owner Claude Stewart. The striped shirt that Elvis is wearing was lent to him by his friend from Waco, Eddie Fadal. See more at: http://www.elvisandeddie.com/movies.htm

Mary Louise "Texas" Guinan (1884-1933) -  born in Waco, TX - saloon keeper, actress, and entrepreneur. She became the United States' first movie cowgirl, nicknamed "The Queen of the West". She was one of the first female emcees. Upon the introduction of Prohibition, she opened a speakeasy called the 300 Club at 151 W. 54th Street in New York City (1920).

Mary Louise "Texas" Guinan (1884-1933) - born in Waco, TX - saloon keeper, actress, and entrepreneur. She became the United States' first movie cowgirl, nicknamed "The Queen of the West". She was one of the first female emcees. Upon the introduction of Prohibition, she opened a speakeasy called the 300 Club at 151 W. 54th Street in New York City (1920).

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