ann lacy: Ladies from Searcy AR in evening gowns # 3. Ann Lacy included. - 08/06/14 05:59 AM

I promise.
This is the last one showing Searcy girls (assumed) in evening gowns.  The Searcy Sleuths will surely recognize the draperies in the background and know the location of this group of girls.  Miss Ann Lacy, Searcy School teacher for many years and loved by all her students is in the middle this time, back row with eyes caught closed.   This picture was taken sometime around the 1950's.  Let us know if you recognize any other girls in the picture. 

ann lacy: Ladies from Searcy AR in evening gowns #2. Ann Lacy included. - 08/06/14 05:50 AM
Here's another picture of "assumed" Searcy girls on a stage singing.  We just put up a blog with Miss Ann Lacy, beloved Searcy teacher for many years, and a group of girls that none of the sleuths could name.  The Searcy Sleuths decided that the girls were not actually from Searcy.  So here's another one, different time, different place but Miss Ann's dress seems to be the same.  She is the first one on the left, front row. 
I find the heads in the audience interesting.  This was around the 1950's when one probably went to bed with curlers … (4 comments)

ann lacy: 1950. Ladies from Searcy AR in evening gowns. Ann Lacy included. - 08/04/14 07:20 AM

This picture has a date of May 3 1950.  It shows several Searcy ladies posed in their evening dresses for a picture of some kind.  Perhaps the Searcy Sleuths will recognize the location of the gathering.  The first girl on the left, front row, is Ann Lacy.  I remember her.  She was a gentle and kind teacher in the Searcy Schools.  She died May 20, 2010 and her obit said
"she was greatly involved with the Daughters of the American Revolution, her church, First Presbyterian Church of Searcy, and her love and passion for teaching elementary school."
Searcy Sleuths may … (7 comments)

ann lacy: When the stage was small and the audience was close and the voices were melodious. - 08/21/10 10:17 AM
This great picture of a group of young women singing has surfaced. Look how small the stage was and how inelegant the steps to the stage were.
And the audience was certainly able to see the "whites of their eyes."
The only person that I can positively identify in this picture is Miss Ann Lacy, located on the left on the front row.  The picture was early 50's, I think, even though no date is on it.  Miss Lacy passed away earlier this year and taught school in the lower grades of McRae Elementary in Searcy Arkansas.  She was a genteel … (22 comments)

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