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Who remembers Po-Dunk?  I may have blogged about this little car lot before.  The man who ran it, Vernon Duncan, was a hard-working man who built the car lot up year by year.  In this picture the house that was beside it still stood and was occupied by the Person family.  This picture came from a...
Old yearbooks have become pictures of the past and some of the pictures are important.  Right now in Searcy AR a group has formed to try to "Save the Rialto."  The Rialto is an old movie theater that has been on the same block corner for years and years.  It is still in operation and anyone who l...
Way back in the 60's Searcy AR had no playground equipment for parents to take kids to play on.They could drive a distance and visit  a swimming hole called, if I remember right, The Bluff Hole, in Letona AR.  And there were probably some fishing holes where the kids could sit on the bank and thr...
 Dr. James D Bales was a dapper figure around Searcy AR back in the days when Harding University was Harding College.  He lived on Race Street in Searcy within walking distance to his job at Harding.  He was a Professor of Bible and theology from 1944 to 1980 and can be found on wikipedia which i...
I found this picture at one of the thrift stores and I always wonder how families can throw away pictures of family.  And now that pictures are so easy to do on cell phones you'd think we would appreciate the old ones like this.  Try magnifying parts of the picture and it becomes very interesting...
Lightle Dobbins & Lightle Insurance and Real Estate agents and staff were found in the 1970 Harding College Petit Jean yearbook.  They were advertising their firm in the back of the book. (The yearbooks are becoming treasures for the advertising alone as time marches on.)I know several of them.  ...
Isn't this a fantastic picture!  It is for sale right now on ebay.  I love the clarity, the people in the foreground, the steeple on the side.  Wonder if it was also a church?  And I wonder what the attached little structure on the end of the porch was?  And I wonder where it was located in Bald ...

Barbara S. Duncan

GRI, e-PRO, Executive Broker, Searcy AR
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