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The newspaper said today that there are three houses on East Market Street that will be torn down for more parking for Harding University.  I always like to keep a picture of the ones going down.  We can't keep houses forever but perhaps we can keep the pictures forever.Here they are.  912, 914 a...
It is not that I can't remember all these folks.  It is because film technology was not as easy back then and the picture is not so clear.  Larry DeGroat (who can forget him?) is on the left and he is the one who shared this picture.  He also was instrumental in getting the Searcy Board of REALTO...
The Dutcher House - 702 W AcademyThe Bloom House - 708 W AcademyA new property has come on the market and it is right beside one that is also for sale.  Both are historic treasures in Searcy AR.  The listing agent provided information about this newest property on the market and it is worth shari...
I do think that I have become too interested in old yearbooks and the history that they hold.  Looking through this 1948 Harding University (then College) Petit Jean I found 4 people of interest on just one page.  Look at these professors at Harding at the time.Let's take them from the top.  Dr. ...
We see these things all the time now at the county fairs and other places where kids are expected to have fun but to really appreciate them, we need to read about how the first one was designed and when it was built.  This article is in the June 2015 issue of Smithsonian magazine.  The fine print...
We clipped this because a family member was in the picture but a date was not included with the picture.  So putting our thinking caps on we need to establish a time frame.  Note all the curly hair and especially the long, curly hair.  This style came after the beehive but before the long straigh...
Wigs were in fashion in 1968.  This photo from a yearbook advertisement section shows Jeffrey Lovell's mother, Heidi Lovell, working on one.  I am doing this blog especially for  Jeffrey for a special day coming up.  I doubt that he has seen this photo of his mother before.I call myself Jeff's se...
This picture of the Rialto in Searcy AR has to bring back of memories.  Look at the dressed up couple going in to see what looks like GI Blues.  The girls are off to the right while the guys fumble in their pockets for the money for tickets. (Wonder how guys afford the price of tickets today and ...
 If you were a fashionable person in 1968 you wore a beehive hairdo.  They just suddenly, it seemed, evolved.  Looking at old movies and magazines, you didn't see anything like these hairstyles.  I admit that I thought it was the best looking hairdo and I wanted  the look for myself.  Alas, the m...
Memories!How they come flowing back from time to time!  And the name Lightle Dobbins & Lightle has always been an important one in Searcy AR.  When I decided to obtain training regarding real estate (not to be an agent but just to learn) I was contacted by the broker at the firm to consider signi...

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