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Members of the living history group, Able Company 1st Battalion, 502 parachute infantry regiment show off a display at Audie Murphy Day June 18. The group educates the public about what World War II was like.

Members of the living history group, Able Company 1st Battalion, 502 parachute infantry regiment show off a display at Audie Murphy Day June 18. The group educates the public about what World War II was like.

Nadine Murphy Lokey, Audie Murphy’s sister, meets actor Duffy Hudson for the first time. Hudson acts in a one-man show about the life and experiences of Audie Murphy. His performance was featured in this year’s festivities and was praised by Lokey.

Nadine Murphy Lokey, Audie Murphy’s sister, meets actor Duffy Hudson for the first time. Hudson acts in a one-man show about the life and experiences of Audie Murphy. His performance was featured in this year’s festivities and was praised by Lokey.

Gathering downtown, Farmersville residents paid homage to Audie Murphy as well as local veterans and active duty personnel.

The 17th annual Audie Murphy Day organized by the Farmersville Main Street was held June 18.

Festivities kicked off with participants registering for the event and having a free breakfast provided by First Baptist Church.

By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]

For the complete story see the June 23 edition of The Farmersville Times or click here for the e-Edition.

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