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Obviously, this is a big crowd gathered on Spruce Street in downtown Searcy AR. So what are they watching? Pate Pearson has shared this picture AND his research. He discovered that Buster Brown and Tige was a traveling show that visited towns and it was very popular. He furthermore magnified ...
December 1995, the last chapter that I wrote regarding the origins of Searcy Country Club. It really is a fun story told to me by a nice gentleman, Hubert Smith, who has passed on but is not forgotten.
November issue of Origins of Searcy Country Club, written by Barbara S Duncan, and published in the 1995 monthly newsletter to members of the Searcy Country Club.
Another issue of the Origins of Searcy Country Club written by Barbara S Duncan in 1995 and inserted in the monthly newsletter sent to Searcy Country Club members. This is the October issue.
4th issue, September, of the Origins of Searcy Country Club in Searcy AR written by Barbara S Duncan in 1995 for the monthly newsletter. Here is what the president at the time wrote about the old stock split.
Third chapter of the origins of the Searcy Country Club, written by Barbara S Duncan in 1995, and sent to members of the Searcy Country Club.
Here's the second chapter of the 1995 origin of the Searcy Country Club. It was written for the monthly newsletter that was sent to members of the Searcy Country Club during that year.
Go back through your memories? Do you ever do that? I just dug out an old folder from 1995. My husband was president of Searcy Country Club and we did a little history search regarding the club. We interviewed the men and women who were the ones who began the club, from having the idea to buy...
Well, first of all you need to review the blog that I wrote about Georgetown AR way back in 2009. Blogs seem to live forever on the internet and this one had some great pictures of the old Georgetown. Click HERE to read it and then come back.Now, we are ready for more Georgetown history. Look ...
See anyone you know?These beautiful kids attended Mrs. Joe Knox's kindergarten class in 1954. In 1967 they were graduating from Searcy High School and this congratulations page must have come from Mrs. Knox because it was in the advertising section. 1967 is important to me because that is when ...