White County Heritage Journal



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President's Message by Tony Young
White County Publications
Old Railroad Car Underwent Many Changes by Jim Wakefield
Teaching at White Oak by Homer Fulbright
Stuart Coffey: Barber, Fighter, Storyteller by Ann Henry
Let's Mark Our Historic Sites by Scott Akridge
Red Cross Poster Girl by Janis Cantwell
The Soldier From Marsh Mountain by James Wesley Marsh
Cousin Howard Marsh's Story by Heber Taylor
A House on Marsh Mountain by Glenda Marsh Williams
Appreciating My Mother by Raymond W. Toler Jr.
The Harbors at Bald Knob Lake by Robert Adair
Miss Frona, Voice of Judsonia by W.E. Orr
Shew and Monday, Judsonia Blacksmiths c. 1915 (photo)
A Benefactor for Bullock Cemetery by Cheryl Shaver
The Amazing Adams Brothers by Richard O. White
How a Beebe Business Survived the Depression by R. V. Powell
Memories of the Tom King Family by Thomas B. King Jr.
Elywon's Excellent Adventures by Shirley Finch Hughes
Rose Bud's Mystery Rock
Isaacs Family at Hopewell Church by Milton Davis May
We Was Brought Up To Work in the Fields by Ann Henry
The 1936-37 Time Capsule by Leon Van Patten
1936 Searcy High Student Newspapers (submitted by Leon Van Patten)
Give a Gift Membership
Old Landmarks of Searcy by E.H. Brown
Dog Days of Searcy by Perrin Jones
Searcy Dream Homes of 1914 (donated by Jeanne Mytton)
More on the Searcy Branch RR by Raymond W. Toler Jr.
Dime at a Time by Peggy Ann Boggs
Searcy High School Class of 1954 (photo submitted by Anita Hart Fuller)
French Town Honors Soldier From Searcy by Sherry Snow
Letters & E-mails
Christmas at the Gravel Hill Country Store by Dr. Calvin C. Turpin

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White County Historical Society, Inc.


Searcy, Arkansas

White County Heritage 2008



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