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This old postcard shows the Wheat Motel in Searcy AR.  I do not remember this motel at all so some of you Sleuths will have to tell me where it was.  The address was Hwy 64-67 Bypass in Searcy AR but where was that many years ago?  It looks as if it had carports?The back of the card brags that it...
    Super Sleuth Anita Hart Fuller shared this picture with me because she said it was the home of her childhood friend Alice Anne O'Donell who lived at Griffithville AR, a small town several miles from Searcy AR.  This one is just a photograph of the original watercolor painting done by John E K...
We were visiting houses on our weekly tour of new listings.  The house was expensive, custom built, and in a lovely area of Searcy AR.  I expected everything to be perfect, which it was but I was especially impressed with this rock that was in a flower bed in front of the house.  Notice it has a ...
 We have been dwelling on memories of old downtown Searcy AR.  Here's a picture that a friend contributed and it is a good one!  Here we see what used to be a bank and now was Esquire Men's Shop.  Beside it is Mrs. Harris's Cafeteria.  The year is not given.  I seem to remember that Mrs. Harris o...
The year was 1978.  Young people were running around getting ads for the Searcy High School yearbook.  I posted a picture a few days ago from the yearbook featuring Quattlebaum Music.  This one features JC Penney.  It is hard to remember but JC Penney was downtown at 113 North Spring.  And it is ...
Did you ever do this?  Did you visit the record store and thumb through dozens of vinyl albums looking for your favorites?  I suspect you did and you did it with the same enthusiasm that young people of today embrace their smart phones.  This picture was in a 1978 yearbook from Searcy AR.  It was...
The Rialto Theater in Searcy AR is SO loved.  It seems that it may have almost been a tradition for seniors to gather in front of it for a photo.  Here's one from the yearbook of 1978.  I wish we could zoom in for closeups of all the students but if you are one of them you'll find yourself quickl...

Barbara S.Duncan

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