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The Forrest City Times Herald
Here is picture, Mr.Landvoigt from 1905 and The Banner Line in 1919
In Chronological Order-September 5,2009
Events: The Forrest City Times Herald-Successor to the Crowley Ridge Chronicle and the Forrest City Times Newspaper-Times-Herald Publishing Co.-John Thomas Durst, President, Editor and Manager. Ed Landvoigt, Vice President. Jennie B.Durst, Sect.and Treasurer. Daily (except Sunday) and Weekly, starting Nov.2,1931. Printed on Thursday.
07/02/31 LOGAN E. A. UNKNOWN Jesse Aycock has re-opened Logan's Palace on Broadway changing name to Aycock's Palace. The place had been closed due to the death of E.A.Logan.
07/02/31 Al Benton opens new cafe here, Al's Place, he had a restaurant here earlier that was very popular due to the superior barbecue sandwiches, he later operated the Skipper in the 1950's!
07/02/31 Route 70 East is progressing, and may be open in time for the Peach Festival, About three more miles in St.Francis county need to be paved between Shell Lake and Blackfish Lake. The concrete paving of the Forrest City to Madison route is expected to be finished this week. Then they will move west of the Cranor service station and complete the section to the completed Palestine road. 07/23/31 All of Memphis to Madison concrete highway 70 is completed!
07/02/31 Mrs.J.G.Sanders left for Rosedale, Calif. to visit her daughter and family, Mrs.Anna Clay Wylds, and her brother, Paul Fiber.
07/02/31 LaVogue Beauty Parlor reports business is good, so says Mrs.Robert Myers, owner.
07/09/31 Third annual Peach Festival moved to July 30 when the harvest is expected to be at peak then. Miss Montine McDaniel is selected as the Princess, and her Maids are:from St.Francis County:Misses Margaret Eldridge, Margaret Dean, and Eleanor McCown; Miss Blanche Butler from Madison, Miss Madeline Smith from Wheatley; and one from Hughes not named as of yet. Also attending, are the Queens of 1929, Miss Elizabeth Fussell of St.Francis Co., and 1930, Miss Eva Metz of Harrisburg.
07/09/31 Marion Hotel has new manager, Mrs.M.Reeder replacing Mr.A.B.Pyle, resigned. Harry Reeder, Mrs.Reeder's son will be the new night manager. District supervisor of Rock Island hotels, W.G.Cornell, was in Forrest City yesterday checking in the new manager.
07/16/31 Vaccaro to open new sub-division in the western part of the city north of Hwy 70, consisting of 25 acres and 100 lots.
07/16/31 July 4th 100 years ago in St.Francis County, per the Arkansas Gazette: Celebration in the town of Franklin by a number of St.Francis county citizens, and a public dinner given, John Johnson presided as President, Spencer Crough Esq. as Vice President, and Dr.N.B.Clopton as Secretary. The Declaration of Independence was read by G.B.Lincecum, Esq., and an appropriate oration was read by Col. John W.Calvert. A number of appropriate toast were made.
07/23/31 Bids on new $85,000 post office are being let according to Postmaster Mrs.Emma W. Connaway, Forrest City.
07/23/31 Mrs.J.J.Smith, mother of Mrs.A.L.Hutchins with whom she makes her home, celebrates her 86 th birthday. Guests were Mrs.Smith's son and daughter in law, Mr.and Mrs.Fletcher Smith of Conway, and their little son, Fletcher Jr.; Mr.and Mrs.Bob Trailer and their son of Little Rock.
07/23/31 Carl Gustafson left here Saturday for Joliet, Illinois, being called there on account of the illness, and subsequent death of his father, W.A.Gustafson.
07/23/31 Confederate Veteran Pension payments held up because the state has insufficient funds for the July warrants due August 1.
08/06/31 Good 4-H delegation to Fayetteville for the 13th annual Farmer's Week. Attendees:Herod Wise, Mary Frances Nickle, James Pilkington, James Autry, Louise Beazley, Hae Sharp, Casey Dwodoin, Mildred Pilkington, Ruth Harrison, Stella Jane Hulen, Lona Collier, Ruby Davis, Evelyn Boswell, Ernest McCachren, Vance Beazley, Richard Morris, Lilly Pettus, Mildred Massey, Margaret Kyle, Gladys French, Mildred Anderson, Mary Danehower, Linn Neil Lambert, Paul Myers, Clifford Whittington, James Danehower, Donald Forbus, Jerald Evatt, Grace Jewel Lincoln, Ora Lee Caldwell, Wayman Malone.
08/13/31 Ed Ash buys home site on North Forrest from Mrs.L.H.Merritt adjacent to the home of the A.G.Sweet.
08/13/31 Private school bus routes awarded, two were not bid on at this time:$150 per month for the Colt via Caldwell to Forrest City- Jess May, leaves at 8:20 am; For $50 per month leaving at 8 am, to John R.May, from Good Hope to Caldwell thence to Forrest City; For $120 per month for the Newcastle to Parrott's schoolhouse thence to Forrest City leaving at 8:10 am; For $90 per month to James Harris from Parrott's schoolhouse to Forrest City leaving at 8:20 am; For $75 per month to C.E.Ulen from Beck's Spur to Forrest City leaving at 8:20 am; For $75 per month to C.E.Ulen, from Jerusalem Church to Forrest City leaving at 8:20 am; For $105 per month to C.E.Ulen for $105 per month from South line of St.Francis county on Hwy 1 to Forrest City taking on children from Yocona at or near the northwest corner of C.W.Heustess farm, thence to Bonair, leaving at 8:20 am; For $125 per month to 125 per month to Emmett Ruff, from L.L.Walker store to Walter Hill's store to Clark's Corner to Round Pond to Widener over Rt.No.50 thence to Forrest City over Hwy 70 taking up children en route, leaving at 7:30 am; For $48.50 per month to Thom.W.Cox, from Robert West's residence to connect with the Widener-Round Pond bus to Forrest City, For $50 per month to Chester Hartman from Power's school house to Forrest City to be at school by 9 am.
08/13/31 School routes not bid upon: from Gray's school house to Hwy 70, leaving at 8 am; From Ferguson's school house to Hwy 1 at the northeast corner of Sec.21 in township
08/20/31 FCHS football team start practice with these players:Claude Buford, Presley Clark, Woodrow Barnhardt, Carroll McCown, Nathan Bynum, and Frank Wood. Tom Rowland, Roy Wright, Edward Surginer, Leo Buchannan, Gordon West, Thomas McDaniel, J.E.Griner, and Larry Dunburrow.
08/20/31 Edmond T. Norfleet, younger brother of Senator Marvin H.Norfleet will open law office here with offices over the Post Office. He is a grad of the Arkansas Law School in Little Rock on June 15, and passed the bar on June 29 and licensed yesterday.
08/20/31 Cotton slumps on the market at Memphis with the price going to five and half cents, lowest in the last 35 years. Last year's crop sold for about 12 cents.
08/20/31 FCHS faculty: Principal, J.H.Justus; M.W.Wetzler, Mathematics; Geo.P.Walker, Science; Louise Higgins, Latin; Ophelia Fisher, History; Flora Martin, English; Nora Morgan, French and English; William Irving, Coach and Physical Education; and Nannie Clark Smith as Music.
08/20/31 Mr.and Mrs.John T.Durst were hosting a brother and his family of Mr.Durst, Mr.and Mrs.Walter V.Durst and their son Marion, of Tampa, Fla.
08/27/31 Bill allowing race track at Hot Springs proposed to add revenues without increasing taxes.
08/27/31 Notice of Bankruptcy: Mr.B.M.Yoffie, of Forrest City, is bankrupt Aug.27,1931. E.C.Hornor, Referee in Bankruptcy. 11/19/31 Now on Dec.17th.
09/03/31 Off to school:Miss Madeline McCachren off for Miss.S.C.W. at Starkville along with Clarence Hine, Carl Morris, Webb Sweet, and Fred Whitted; Miss Sarah Ellen Merritt for third year at Univ.of Wisconsin along with Miss Dorothy Bridgforth for her first year; Phillip Lanier and Jimmy Hicky left for Georgia Tech in Atlanta, along with Tom Bridgforth and Henry Gilliam. Misses Lillie and Mary Allie Williams left for Central College in Conway; Miss Edith Benson leaves for the Univ.of Arkansas; Walter Stevens Jr. leaves for Hendrix college in Conway.
09/03/31 Off to school: David Bridewell will leave for Princeton Univ., and Henry Gregory will leave for Yale Law School in New Haven, Ct.; Miss Annice Whittington leaves for Union Univ. in Jackson, Tenn.; Jewell Hamilton will attend Galloway College at Searcy; Raymond Sharpe leaves for Washington Univ. at St.Louis.
09/10/31 Another promise of a new post office from President Hoover and will begin bids on Sep.20.
09/10/31 Williams Barber Shop has lowered prices for haircut to 35 cents, a shave for 15 cents.
09/10/31 Eldridge Reunion held: Attendees include, Mr.and Mrs.J.A.Gray, Miss Maggie Eldridge, Fenner Eldridge, Virginia Rhea Ruffin, Miss Anna Laughinghouse, Mr.and Mrs.Guy Eldridge of Benton, Ark.;Mr.and Mrs.P.E.Eldridge and daughter, Misses Rebecca, Winnifred, and Virginia, of Benton, Mo.;Mr.and Mrs.C.C.Perry and C.C.Jr.,Mr.and Mrs.Archie Smith and daughter Mary Margaret, Mr.and Mrs.Fred Eldridge and sons, Fred Jr. and George Davis, Mr.and Mrs.Rolfe Eldridge and children, Margaret, Rolfe Jr., John and Paul Ritchie, and Mr.and Mrs.Rodgers Deaderick, Miss Cornelia Eldridge. Only ones unable to attend, Mr.and Mrs.George Eldridge and children and Rolfe Eldridge of Ft.Smith.
09/17/31 Broadway Barber Shop lowers prices also: they include singing for 35 cents as well:J.G.Moore, Lloyd Tidwell, and Will Duffel.
09/17/31 Hughes boys and girls off to school: Fannie Jackson to Synodical College at Holly Springs, Miss.;Herod Wise off to Univ.of Miss. at Oxford;Mary Frances Nickel and Elizabeth Chaffin to Galloway college, Searcy; James Wise to Univ.of Tenn, Pharmacy, at Memphis; Billie Parker to Central College, Conway.
09/24/31 Edmond Ash, Hazel Gill, and James Sulcer leave Oct 1. for St.Louis to attend the World Series Baseball classic.
09/24/31 Mrs.Roger West, advises that the Forrest City cemetery preservation committee has to let the cemetery go, due to lack of funds for maintenance.
10/08/31 From the FCHS Messenger:Staff:Editor:Anna Louise McDaniel/Assoc.Editors:Martha Hine and W.T.Jones/Chapel Editor:Mary Jo Hamilton/Athletic Editor:Carroll McCown/ Senior Editor:Evelyn Arden Bridgeforth/Feature Editor:Winnie Astor/Reporters: Hugh Lee Boyd, S.L.Hodges Jr.,Gerald Martin, Evelyn Surginer, Dorothy O'Brien, Helen Carrick, Delores White, Louis Cross, Bernice Beazley, Eunice Puckett, Mary Chew Dawson, and Billy Gustafson.
10/08/31 From the FCHS Messenger: 25 New students this year:Gladys Brewer, Madeleine Schlosser, Dorothy Winters, Wellester Chandler, James Fussell, Frank Hamilton,J.J.Hughes, Jr., Edward May, Ruth Leamon, Joe Carlisle, Winston Hope, Zana Curtis, Dorothy Hall, Bulah Clay Hamilton, Evelyn Haynie, Marie Hurst, Eloise Peevey, Cameron Pelkey, Lucille Seay, Frances Stewart, J.T.Hamilton, Neal Morris, Everett Sharp, Lockhart Sweet, and Jack Thomas. Could be 1932 seniors!
10/08/31 Honor Study Hall at FCHS:Seniors:Lawrence Wilson, Margaret Jones, Hazel Izard, Adeliade Stevens, W.T.Jones, Winnie Astor. Class of 1932 includes 28 boys and 31 girls. Honor Roll includes:French:Izard, French, Myers,Latin: McCown, Aston, Jones, Stevens,History: Hodges, Carlisle, Izard, Schlosser, Grossman, Aston, Hamilton, Jones, English:Stevens, M.Jones, Dice, Aston, May, Thomason, McCown, M.E.Clark, Hamilton, Hargett, Izard, Jolley, McDaniel, Myers, Hodges, Tharp, Rowland, Neblett, Whittenton, Buford, Carlisle, P.Clark, Fussell, Grossman, Math:W.T.Jones, May, Brewer, M.Jones, and Stevens.
10/08/31 Honor Study Hall at FCHS:Juniors:Billie Ross, Mary Estelle Simmons, J.E.Griner, and Thomas McDaniel. Class of 1933 include 32 boys and 28 girls
10/08/31 Honor Study Hall at FCHS:Sophomores:Elizabeth Heustess, Purlie Littell, Frances Nail, Frances Walker, and Fred Harrelson. Class of 1934 includes 31 boys and 46 girls.
10/08/31 Reunion to honor Mrs.C.F.Hinton held at the home of Mr.and Mrs.W.M.Brown: to celebrate her 79th birthday on Sunday, she was born in Carrolton, Miss. Oct.4,1852 and came to Forrest City about twenty five years ago with her husband, the late C.F.Hinton, a prominent pharmacist here. Guests:Mr.and Mrs.Emmett Hinton and daughter Leta, Mr.and Mrs.Adolphus Holt, and Mr.and Mrs.W.W.Hinton and son, Gordon, all of Wynne, Mr.and Mrs.A.G.Hinton, Mr.and Mrs.Carl Gustafson and son, and Mrs.A.D.Boyle, who is Mrs.Hinton's sister in law, all of Forrest City.
10/15/31 Kroger Store, formerly the Bowers Store-Chas.Haven, Mgr. on Front Street/Jerry Burns, Mgr. on Broadway Store.
10/22/31 25 bids on new Post Office received, the low bid was $53,600 by W.B.Smith, Eldorado, Ark. contractor.
10/22/31 FCHS class leader: Miss Gladys Brewer leads Senior class with an average of 95 and «. Margaret Jones and Hazel Izard ranked second and third. Billie Ross led the Junior class, followed by J.E.Griner and Mary Estelle Simmons. Thomas Pollard new Senior formerly of Covington, Tenn.
10/22/31 Thomas Alva Edison passes away at West Orange, New Jersey on Sunday. Prized inventor of many practical things around us!
10/29/31 Mr. and Mrs.J.T.Sanders, Jr. arrived from Ponca City, Okla., being called on account of father's sickness, Mr.J.T.Sanders, Sr. Mr.Sanders is taken to Memphis to the Baptist hospital on Sunday.
10/29/31 Subscription Rates: $2.00 weekly for six months, or $4.50 daily, starting Nov.2,1931, for the Times-Herald.
11/02/31 Picture of Henry Ford and Edsel Ford, with the 20 millionth car along with the first Ford built.
11/05/31 FCHS wins sixth straight game, and eighth of year over Barton High School in a home game here by score of 20 to nothing, Coach William Irving's Forrest City Blue and White Thoroughbreds.
11/05/31 Mrs.H.R.Clark suffers paralytic stroke Monday afternoon, she is expected to recover as the stroke was a light one, affecting her left side only.
11/05/31 Adelaide Stevens elected President of Senior Class, FCHS, Vice Pres-Montine McDaniel, Sect.Treas-Margaret Jones, and Reporter-W.T.Jones.
11/12/31 The new $60 million dollar bridge, the George Washington is dedicated between New York City and New Jersey. It is the greatest Suspension span ever erected, over 3,500 feet long.
11/19/31 Madeline McCachren, a 1931 FCHS grad is home from M.S.C.W. in Starkville, Miss. for the holidays.
11/19/31 FCHS Senior class of 1932 had book reviews from Adelaide Stevens, Margaret Jones, and Al Thompson.
12/03/31 FCHS academic honors:Seniors:Gladys Brewer tops at 96 average, then Adelaide Stevens and Hazel Izard, Mary Estelle Simmons was high Junior, with Evelyn Luttrell and J.E.Griney tied for second; Sophomore led by Frances Nail, with Elizabeth Heustess second; Martha Hine led Freshman class, followed by Jack Bridgforth, John Schlosser, and John Eldridge. In the Eighth grade, Deelia Luellan was first, with Joe Ferguson, Demarius Graham and Louise Luallen tying for second. Seventh, Frances Eppes first, Frances Whittington second, and Frances Snyder third.
12/03/31 FCHS grad of 1931, William Ferrell sang a group of songs in Chapel on Nov.25.
12/10/31 Mrs.Emma Connaway turns first dirt for new post office ground breaking on Saturday.
12/17/31 W.L.Schmitz, of Caldwell, was in the city Wednesday and report that his son, Oliver Lois Schmitz, aged 16 is missing. He was last seen at Caldwell school on Monday.
12/17/31 Mr.and Mrs.J.O.Bridgforth celebrate golden wedding anniversary Sunday with gathering of the family at a turkey dinner.
11/27/31 Perfect Attendance at FCHS:Junior High 72, Senior High 51:Junior:Winnie Aston, Gladys Brewer, Helen Dooley, Hazel Izard, Gurlie Mae Jolley, Margaret Jones, Margaret Moore, Frances Myers, Tena McDaniel, Madeline Schlosser, Ruth Walker, Nathan Bynum, Thomas Davis, John Dice, S.Thomas, Lawrence Wilson, Kathryn Beazley, Mildred Bynum, Mary Cranor, Minnie Jean Peevey, Mary Estelle Simmons, Carolyn Staten, Christine Thorpe, Christine West, Jo Dorothy Overly, Leo Buchanan, Thomas Horton, Thomas McDaniel, Jack Neblett, Stella Anderson, Alice Batts, Ruby Bynum, Zana Curtis, Mary Danehower.
11/27/31 More Perfect FCHS: Margaret Dean, Elizabeth Heustess, Willie Heustess, Marie Hurst, Faye Harrell, Anna May Malouf, Hazel Martin, Betty McCurdy, Elizabeth McDaniel, Aves Voss, Frances Walker, Evelyn Wilcox, Leon Gadberry, Newman Stewart, Lockhart Sweet, Joseph Whittenton, Jack Bridgforth, Thomas Cope, Antrim Doyle, S.L.Hodges, Billy Hudson, Wilbur Grimes, Gerald Martin, Ezekial Montgomery, John Plummer, Neil Snyder, Bernice Beazley, Alene Brown, Maxine Cox, Mary Chew Dawson, Elizabeth Dodson, Eleanor Graves, Martha Hine, Nora Belle Smith, Doots McDaniel, Murice Schmitz.
11/27/31 More Perfect FCHS: Lucille Ballman, Mary Bernard, Mary Brown, Evelyn Brown, Virginia Cranor, Elizabeth Devereux, Elizabeth Davis, Delia Luellan, Louis Luellan, Claudie Ruth Martin, Maxine Roland, Dora Lee Sampley, Juanita Shawver, Edith Whitner, Mary Katherine Wiley, Katherine Wilkins, Billy Baker, Sam Danehower, Luther Hamilton, Hollis Myers, Vassar McCleskey, Finis Carroll Woods, Bobby Wright, Gladys Anderson, Helen Clark, Azile Danehower, Francis Eppes, Geneva Eppes, Opal Forrester, Martha Harrelson, Loraine Haynie.
11/27/31 More Perfect FCHS: Kathryn Izard, Juanita Lambert, Gwendolyn Mallory, Janette Martin, Mildred McCutchins, Jannita McDaniel, Mildred Nolan, Estelle Sharpe, Frances Snyder, Louise Todd, Bernice White, Enos Altman, Harry Beazley, J.R.Chappell, Tom Gray, Robert Holley, Ben Jones, Jack Morris, Ralph McKay, and Morris Rowland.
07/02/31 News of birth of a daughter to Mr.and Mrs.John T.Snyder at their home in Topeka, Kansas, Mrs.Snyder was Miss Louise Turley.
07/23/31 Born to Mr.and Mrs.Robert E.Cannon at Colt, a boy named Robert Jr. on Wednesday.
07/23/31 Born to Mr.and Mrs.Walter Bradford on Tuesday a boy, of Forrest City.
08/13/31 Born Thursday of last week to Mr.and Mrs.Ted Ledbetter a girl, Rita. Mrs.Ledbetter was formerly Miss Vertice Smith.
08/13/31 Born this morning to Mr.and Mrs.George W.Barry, a boy named George W. Jr.
08/13/31 Born Tuesday to Mr.and Mrs.Dan Deer a baby girl.
08/13/31 Born Wednesday to Mr.and Mrs.Ehrmon Brown of Haynes a baby boy.
08/27/31 Born Saturday to Mr.and Mrs.Tom Brown at Goodwin, a girl.
08/27/31 Born Wednesday to Mr.and Mrs.Roy Smith of Graham farm, a baby boy.
09/10/31 Earl Jackson left to retrieve his wife and new son, Earl Jr., born at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis.
09/10/31 Born this morning to Mr.and Mrs.Lloyd Mullikin a daughter, Marcille.
09/17/31 Born to Mr.and Mrs.Claude Jumper of Palestine a boy on Sep.10.
09/24/31 No agitation for picking cotton is allowed, loafers and agitators are asked to move along quickly or they will be put on County and City road gangs.
10/08/31 Born Thursday of last week, Oct.1, to Mr.and Mrs.Cecil Justuss a boy
10/22/31 Born Tuesday night to Rev.and Mrs.J.C.Fleshman, a boy named Ray Clifton.
10/22/31 Born Oct.15 to Mr.and Mrs.Clarence Holmes, Linden Island, a girl named Louise.
11/12/31 Born to Mr.and Mrs.William Lewis Pugh a girl, Sharon Jeanne on Monday afternoon.
11/12/31 Born the 8th to Mr.and Mrs.Homer Crenshaw at Palestine, a boy.
11/19/31 Born to Mr.and Mrs.Will Rawls at Haynes, Friday night, a boy.
11/26/31 Born Tuesday evening to Mr.and Mrs.Claude Douglas Buford a boy name C.D.Jr.
11/26/31 Born to Mr.and Mrs.Claude Pace a baby girl, Beatrice, on last Friday.
12/31/31 Born to Mr. and Mrs.Otto Satterfield a girl Sunday morning.
12/31/31 The Sunday Commercial Appeal reports birth of a daughter to Mr.and Mrs.Robert Driver in Memphis.
07/09/31 Sanders-Newsom: Miss Dorothy Newsom and Mr.Hugh Walter Sanders, son of J.T.Sanders, were married Friday at the home of her parents in Wynne, with Rev.Roy Davis, pastor of the Presbyterian church there presiding.
07/09/31 Carothers-Vadakin: Engagement announced between Miss Grace Vadakin, sister of Mr.Edward Eugene Vadakin of Cleveland, Ohio, to Mr.Robert Allan Carothers of New Orleans, La., to take place at Calvary Episcopal Church in Memphis on July 28. Rev.Myron L.Morley will conduct the wedding.
07/16/31 Seeger-Love: Engagement announced by Mr.Robert E.Love of Hughes of his daughter, Janie, to Mr.Arthur A.Seeger of Brooklyn, New York, date to be announced later.
07/23/31 Steed-Oliver: Miss Eugenia Oliver, daughter of Dr.and Mrs.Oliver at Widener, and Mr.Ernest H. Steed were married at July 22. Mrs.Steed was attending State Teachers college at the time of her marraige. Mr.Steed is in business at Conway and is son of Mrs.G.G.Steed of Conway. The ceremony was conducted by Dr.Otto Whitington, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Little Rock in the parlor of the Hotel Lafayette
08/06/31 Bagby-Fussell: Miss Elizabeth Fussell and Mr.Herman Bagby were married at Wynne, performed by Rev.Roy Davis. Mrs.Bagby is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.James Fussell, and is a member of one of the oldest families in the state; she attended Brenau college in Georgia and this term at the Univ.of Arkansas, where she met her husband. Mr.Bagby's home is in Lake Village, but he is in business in Fayetteville before coming to Forrest City, and is a graduate of the Univ.of Arkansas. They will live in Truman where he is employed with the Davidson Cotton Co.
08/06/31 Miller-Walker:Miss Eunice Walker and Mr.Arthur H.Miller were married in Chicago July 18. Mrs.Miller, with her mother, Mrs.Charles E.Walker, who now lives in Knoxville, Tenn., were former residents of this city.
08/20/31 Michaels-Scott: Miss Edna Scott, daughter of former residents, Mr.and Mrs.J.R.Scott, and Mr.Arthur C.Michaels of Noblesville, Indiana. The groom is connected with the U.S.Engineer Corps in Memphis, they were married on Saturday. The Sunday Commercial Appeal.
08/27/31 Williams-Dill: Mallory Williams, son of Mrs.E.C.Williams was married in Little Rock Saturday to Miss Miriam Dill.
09/03/31 Benson-Ollre:Mr.and Mrs.Charles Ollre announce marriage of daughter, Savannah Jewell, to Mr.Reuben Dye Benson on Sep.11,1931, in Houston, Texas.
09/10/31 Cargill-Short: Miss Frances Short and Mr.Edward Cargill of Helena were married Saturday night at the Episcopal church by Rev.M.L.Morley. Mrs.Cargill is the grand daughter of Mrs.Fannie Thomas of this city, both the young people are employees of the Phillips National Bank in Helena.
09/10/31 Ferguson-Sanders: Miss Irene Sanders and Mr.Charles Ferguson were married at Wynne Aug.24 at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr.and Mrs.Jack Ferguson. The bride is a native of Mobile, Alabama, where she finishes Tooley's School for Girls. She is a niece of J.C.Morris, well-known planter, of Heth.
09/10/31 Neblett-McGuire:Mr.Jud H.McGuire announces marriage of daughter, Sue Vivian, to Lt.Thomas Barbee Neblett U.S.A., to take place at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. on Sep.19. The bride is a student of Univ.of Washington, Lt.Neblett was a member of the class of 1927 at the academy, and completed the flying course at Pensacola, Fla, in 1930. He is stationed at Norfolk, Va. on the Cruiser USS Chicago. The parents of Neblett are Mr.and Mrs.Harry Neblett of Forrest City. From the Seattle, Wash. Times. Chaplain, Navy Commander Frank H.Lash conducted the ceremony in the Naval Academy Chapel.
09/10/31 Homewood-Crosland: Miss Vertis Crosland and Mr.W.J.Homewood, the latter of Forrest City, were married at the home of the bride's father, M.C.Crosland in Moro.
10/01/31 Chalker-Dempsey: Last Sunday night in Forrest City, Miss Ruth Mae Dempsey and Mr.Ralph W.Chalker were married at the home of Rev.James T.Willcoxon, of the Methodist church. The bride is a grad of Hughes HS and is a grand daughter of Mr.and Mrs.W.S.Thomas of Democrat, lifelong residents of St.Francis county. The groom is from Monroe, La. where he is engaged in business.
10/01/31 Norfleet-Bryan: Announcement of engagement of Miss Felice Bryan, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. W.W.Bryan, to Mr.Edmond T.Norfleet, son of Mrs. Brooks Norfleet Sr. at Marion on Jan.7,1932. Mr.Norfleet graduated from the Univ.of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and the Law School in Little Rock.The bride has attended college at the Lausanne school in Memphis, Crescent college in Eureaka Springs, and Central College at Conway. They will live at his mothers home on N.Forrest Street.
10/22/31 McLaren-Hamilton: Miss Carrie Hamilton and Dr.G.O.McLaren were married Saturday night at the Methodist parsonage by Rev.Willcoxon. Mrs.McLaren is daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Dewitt Hamilton of Newcastle, and for years has been bookkeeper at Gregory Furniture. Dr.McLaren comes from Atkins, having opened dental offices here about two years ago.
10/29/31 Ledbetter-Lacefield: Miss Mamie Lacefield, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Walter Lacefield of this city, and Mr.Thomas Ledbetter of Marianna were married in Brinkley Oct.18. He is a painter and decorator of Marianna.
11/05/31 Moses-Malouf: Engagement announced by Mr.and Mrs.John Malouf of Greenwood, Miss. of their daughter, Miss Josephine, to Mr.George Moses of Yazoo City, Miss. at a later date unannounced at this time.
11/19/31 Hugo-Nunnally: Miss Nell Virginia Nunnally, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.H.P.Nunnally, formerly of this city, and Mr.Victor Hugo were married in Los Angeles, Calif. On Oct.19th. Mr.Hugo is descendant of the novelist of the same name and they will live on the large Hugo ranch near Inyoken, Calif.
11/26/31 Wyder-Pettus:Mr.and Mrs.Roger Williams West announce marriage of daughter, Lady Marie Pettus to Mr.Christopher Edward Wyder on Nov.20th performed by Rev.Wayne P.Gray, pastor of Presbyterian church of Clarendon at the West home there. They will make their home at the Kennedy apartments.
12/10/31 Wheeler-Scott: Mr.J.Fincher Wheeler, owner of the St.Frances Training Kennels was married Thanksgiving night at Brownsville, Tenn. to Miss Elizabeth Scott, daughter of W.W.Scott at Somerville, Tenn. at the parsonage of Rev.L.H.Estes of the Methodist church. They will live with Mr.and Mrs.Walter Prewett.
12/17/31 Sims-James:Miss Ruth Elizabeth James, of Forrest City, and Mr.Robert Arnold Sims, of Piedmont, Alabama, were married Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage at Haynes by Rev.Harrington. They will make home in Piedmont.
12/31/31 Haven-Buford: Miss Margaret Buford and Mr.Charles Haven Jr. were married in the Methodist church at Wynne Tuesday night by pastor Rev.Oliver. Mr.and Mrs.P.H.Barker accompanied them and were the only attendants. Mrs.Haven is daughter of the late Mr.Buford, and Mrs.T.A.Buford, she graduated from the Univ.of Arkansas. Mr.Haven is son of Mr.and Mrs.Charles Haven of this city also.
07/02/31 LOGAN E. A. 7 15 1889 5 27 1931 FPARK Jesse Aycock has re-opened Logan's Palace on Broadway changing name to Aycock's Palace. The place had been closed due to the death of E.A.Logan.
07/09/31 PAYNE ROBERT BRUCE 6 9 1873 7 3 1931 CITY Hughes farmer, dies of injury, Mr.Robert B. Payne, 57 years, died on the highway near there on Friday of last week, July 3,1931, of a fractured skull resulting from an automobile accident. Interment was in Forrest City cemetery July 4. Deceased is survived by his widow, Mrs.Lizzie Payne.
07/09/31 REAVES ANNE MRS BROOKS 7 20 1852 7 2 1931 MEMORIAL PARK Mrs.J.B.Reaves, mother of Mrs.E.L.Borden dies at her home in Memphis, Thursday, July 2,1931. Mrs.Borden and her family attended the funeral. Mr.Reaves passed away about five months previous to Mrs.Reaves' death. Per Death Certificate:b. Jul.20,1853, widow of James B.Reaves, she was b.Tenn to Cannon Brooks and Lucinda Williamson both b.Tenn.
07/09/31 PARTRIDGE FANNIE R. MRS 1862 7 6 1931 MEMPHIS Mrs.Fannie R.Partridge, 69 years, former resident of this city, died suddenly Monday evening, July 6,1931, at the home of Mrs.Bottoms. The body was taken to Memphis for burial. Deceased is survived by three daughters, Mrs.Lee Bryan of Palestine; Mrs.Louise Pope and Miss Sadie Partridge of Memphis. Her husband died Feb.12,1931, b.Mar.28,1853, son of John Reaves and Elizabeth Merriwether, both b.Tenn. He was a retired contractor.
07/16/31 JOHNSON W. N. 1893 7 12 1931 UNKNOWN W.N.Johnson, 38 years, died Sunday afternoon, July 12,1931, at the home of his mother, Mrs.W.N.Johnson,Sr., in Clarendon, as a result of a stroke suffered at a clubhouse on Maddox Bay early that morning. Mr.Johnson had lived in Forrest City about ten months and was connected with the state conservation department. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church in Clarendon, by Rev.Myron L.Morley, assisted by the pastor of the church, Rev.Watson. Besides his wife and mother, he is survived by four brothers, Norman Johnson of Chicago; Roy Johnson of Clarendon; Ewan Johnson of LIttle Rock; and Julian Johnson of Monroe, La.
07/23/31 WYLDS GROVER C. 1887 7 22 1931 WYLDS Grover C.Wylds, age 44, died in Baptist hospital in Memphis yesterday afternoon, July 22,1931, following an operation for gall stones. The body was returned to Forrest City by W.E.Stevens and funeral services will be held this afternoon, with interment in Wylds cemetery. Deceased was a native of St.Francis county, and enjoyed a wide acquaintance ship throughout the county. He is survived by two brothers, Dan T. and Rodney Wylds of this city.
07/23/31 PEARSON GRACE MRS 1911 7 18 1931 HUGHES Mrs.Earl Pearson, 20 years, died at the Baptist hospital in Memphis Saturday, July 18,1931. Funeral services were held at the family home near Colt Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev.Thornley of Marianna, who is holding a Baptist meeting at Caldwell. Interment was had in Hughes cemetery. Besides her husband, deceased is survived by her mother, Mrs.Lucy Norvell of Blytheville, one sister and two brothers.
08/06/31 VOGEL HERBERT W. 7 5 1897 7 30 1931 CITY Herbert W.Vogel, aged 34 years, and 25 days, publisher of the Marked Tree Tribune dies suddenly in Marked Tree from heart attack last Thursday afternoon, Aug.30,1931. Mr.Vogel had just completed the day's work, and had gone for the mail. He dropped dead in the corridors of the Post Office. Mrs.Vogel had left him at the office a few minutes earlier, and states that he had been in a cheerful mood during the day but had an unusually hard day of work, it being press day. Mr.Vogel had returned only a few weeks ago from the hospital at Legion, Texas, where he underwent treatment, not having been in the best of physical condition for sometime, but no one believed he was so near the end. The remains were brought to Forrest City and funeral services were held here Friday afternoon, from the residence of his brother in law, Jeff Downey, with interment in the Forrest City cemetery. He was given a military funeral, with pall bearers: Chas.Gray, W.A.Briening, C.C.Perry, Ed Franks, Lee B.Horton, W.A.Culley of the local post of the American Legion. Services were conducted by Rev.Lester Weaver of the First Methodist church of Marked Tree, assisted by Rev.E.Rawlings of this city. He is survived by his widow and two children, Herbert W.Jr. and Willa Mae; four sisters, Mrs.Walter Reaves, Mrs.Albert Jones, Mrs.Willaim Copleland, and Miss Louise Vogel of Memphis, and one brother, Charles of Cleveland, Miss. Mr.Vogel was a native of Forrest City, and spent the greater part of his life in the employ of The Forrest City Times and Times-Herald, being foreman of the composing room from April 1919 to December 1930, when he resigned to take the Marked Tree Tribune the first of January. Deceased was a veteran of the World War, enlisting immediately following this country's entry into the war. He was a man of many admirable traits of character, among which were loyalty to country, family, and friends; strict integrity and truthfulness.
08/06/31 TIGNER IDA FLORENCE MRS 1898 8 3 1931 HUGHES Mrs.Ida Florence Tignor, 33 years, died Monday, Aug.3,1931, at her home in Newcastle. Funeral services were held the following day by Rev.J.T.Willcoxon, with interment in Hughes cemetery. Deceased is survived by her widower, C.A.Tignor and five small children.
08/13/31 GRADY ROBERT 1901 8 9 1931 HUGHES The body of Robert Grady, 30, farmer of Caldwell, was found lying on the Missouri Pacific Railroad tracks two miles north of Forrest City early Sunday morning, Aug.9,1931. The body was discovered by a negro walking along the track. He immediately notified Donald Magness, who lives nearby. The body was badly mangled, and it was with considerable difficulty that identification was made. At the coroner's inquest, a verdict was returned that he came to his death by being struck by a Missouri Pacific train. Dr.P.P.Boggan said there were some wounds on the body that resembled knife wounds, but it could not be established if this was cause of the death. Reports that three men were drinking and quarreling Saturday night about a half mile from the scene of the tragedy. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, with burial in Hughes cemetery. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his mother, Mrs.M.Grady of Caldwell; two brothers, Ollie Grady of Hickory Ridge and Tom Grady of Parkin; two sisters, Mrs.Fred Satterfield of Caldwell, and one in Texas.
08/13/31 SANDERSON WILLIAM 1862 8 8 1931 McDANIEL William Sanderson, 69, farmer of Tuni, died at his home Saturday morning, Aug.8,1931, following an illness of almost two weeks. Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon from Tuni church, by Rev.Weaver, pastor, officiating. Burial was in McDaniel cemetery in Bonair. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs.Mattie Sanderson; one daughter, Mrs.Dannire of near Shreveport, La.; two step daughters, Mrs.Bill Williams of Forrest City and Mrs.Susie Dale of Tuni; one brother, living in South Carolina. Card of Thanks:Wife and step children:Mrs.Mattie Sanderson, wife; step children, Mrs.W.D.Williams and Mrs.R.C.Dale.
08/13/31 POOLE T. V. MRS UNK 8 13 1931 UNKNOWN Mrs.T.V.Poole passed away this Thursday afternoon, Aug.13,1931, at the home of her daughter, Mrs.J.E.Griner, on North Washington street. Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at the Christian church, with the pastor, Rev.J.C.Fleshman officiating. He will be assisted by Rev.James T.Willcoxon, of the Methodist church.
08/13/31 PAGE MANUEL 1926 8 11 1931 HUGHES Manuel Page, age 5 years, died Tuesday, Aug.11,1931 at the home of its parents, Mr.and Mrs.Columbus Page, north of town. Funeral was held with burial in Hughes cemetery.
08/13/31 MOODY CLARKE MRS 1910 8 6 1931 HUNTER Mrs.Clarke Moody, aged 21, died last Thursday night, Aug.6,1931, at the home of her sister, Mrs.Oliver L.Rowland, in this city, from pistol shot wounds inflicted by Harry Mitchell Gardner, a few weeks ago, Gardner committed suicide after shooting Mrs.Moody in her home. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Stevens Funeral Home, conducted by Rev.J.T.Willcoxon, pastor of the First Methodist church, and interment was held in the family cemetery, at Hunter. Deceased is survived by her widower, Clarke Moody, her mother, Mrs.Rebecca Doss, and two sisters, Mrs.Rowland of this city, and Mrs.Onley DeWitt of Jonesboro.
08/13/31 BLACK WILL UNK 8 1930 UNKNOWN Buster Littel, 22, under arrest on Tuesday by Night Marshall John Cargill, on a charge of selling liquor. He was arrested last year in August along with Ed and Robert Franks in connection with the death of Will Black. The grand jury returned a verdict of first degree murder against the three, and the men have been at liberty since then.
08/20/31 JAYROE EVA MAE 2 8 1930 8 16 1931 BELL Eva Mae Jayroe, 19 months old daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Jerry Jayroe died Tuesday, Aug.16,1931 at the family residence two miles west of Palestine, following an illness of four weeks. Funeral services were conducted by Rev.J.C.Fleshman pastor of First Christian Church, Forrest City, at grave side in Bell cemetery, north of Palestine. The child is survived by its parents, grand parents, two brothers and two sisters.
08/20/31 LOMAC ESSIE UNK 7 2 1931 UNKNOWN Several men are in jail on murder charges, the first is James Lomac who is charged with killing his wife, Essie, July 2,1931, on the Jim Cranor place near Hughes. James was convicted and sentenced by the court to 2 years jail time.
08/20/31 BURK MAJOR UNK 8 12 1931 UNKNOWN Several men are in jail on murder charges, Jettie Johnson is in jail charged with having killed Major Burk, another negro, about July 12,1931,on the Alderson place near Lakeside. Burk was knocked in the head with a hoe following an argument, and died two weeks later in a Memphis hospital.
08/20/31 P'POOL DELIA MRS GRINER 1852 8 13 1931 CITY Mrs.Delia Griner P'Pool passed away Thursday afternoon, Aug.13,1931, at the home of her daughter, Mrs.J.E.Griner, on North Washington Street. Mrs.P'Pool was the youngest of ten children of Mr.and Mrs.R.E.Griner of Centreville, Tenn., and was born in 1852. In 1876 she was married to Dr.E.J.P'Pool. Shortly after, they located at Newport, Ark., where she joined the Christian church. In 1896, they moved to Forrest City and here led a life of usefulness. Dr.P'Pool preceded her in death 16 years ago. Deceased had been a patient invalid for several years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs.J.E.Griner, and two grandsons, J.E.P. and W.D.Griner. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Christian church, conducted by Rev.J.C.Fleshman of the Christian church, and Rev.J.T.Willcoxon, pastor of the Methodist church. Burial was made in Forrest City Cemetery.
08/20/31 CUNNINGHAM HAZEL DELLELLEN 5 22 1918 8 16 1931 MADISON Hazel Dellellen Cunningham, age 13 years, two months, and 25 days died Sunday, Aug.16,1931, of typhoid fever, following an illness of two weeks. She leaves to mourn her loss, a father and mother, Mr.and Mrs.J.J.Cunningham; four brothers, Edward, Ishamel, Eugene, and Jodie Jr.; two sisters, Frances Pauline and Alice Christine Cunningham. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the home at Madison by Rev.Porter Weaver, with burial in Madison cemetery.
08/20/31 LEE VIVIAN INEZ MRS FLETCHER 1901 8 14 1931 HUGHES Mrs.Vivian Lee, age 30, died at Baptist hospital in Memphis Friday afternoon, Aug.14,1931, following an illness of about three months. Funeral services were conducted at Thompson Bros.Funeral home Saturday morning, with ladies of the Eastern Star, of which Mrs.Lee was a member, holding their service at this time. The body was brought to Forrest City for burial Saturday afternoon, with interment at Hughes cemetery, north of the city. Mrs.Lee had been living in Memphis for the past five years, being employed at Lowenstein's. Her husband Henry Forrest Lee, preceded her in death about six years ago, at the age of 35. She is survived by three children, Henry, age 13, Charles, age 10, and Wava Margaret, 7, mother, Mrs.Anna C.Fletcher; three sisters, Mrs.Alma Garner, and Mrs.H.P.Williams, of Memphis, and Mrs.John Farr of Wynne; and two brothers, W.C.Fletcher and J.H.Fletcher of Forrest City.
08/27/31 MONTGOMERY THOMAS O. 6 28 1931 8 22 1931 HUGHES Funeral services for Thomas O.Montgomery, 2 year old son of Mr.and Mrs.Chas.Montgomery, of the Parrott community, were conducted Sunday afternoon from Good Hope Presbyterian church, with the Rev.J.E.McJunkin in charge of the ceremony, assisted by Rev.Shell, pastor of the Methodist church at Colt, burial was in the Hughes cemetery. The child was drowned shortly after lunch Saturday, Aug.22,1931, when it fell into a ten gallon tub containing about 3 gallons of water at the home of Mrs.L.A.Clark on the old John Littlefield place seven miles north of Forrest City. Deceased is survived by parents and one brother, Charles Jr.
09/03/31 BARNES G. S. UNK 8 28 1931 UNKNOWN G.S.Barnes, formerly of this city but for the past seven years living at Blytheville, was killed last Friday night, Aug.28,1931, by the Frisco train at Gilmore. Mr.Barnes was riding alone in his auto and was killed instantly, the body being badly mangled. During his residence of several years here he operated the ice plant and also engaged in the manufacture of ice cream. He had been engaged in ice cream manufacture for the past few years, being manager for Mid-West Ice Cream Co., operating several plants in Arkansas and Missouri. He had been a frequent visitor here and had a number of friends who were shocked to hear of his death.
09/03/31 WAGNON J. E. MRS UNK 9 1 1931 UNKNOWN Mrs.J.E.Wagnon, of Talledega, Alabama, but formerly of Forrest City died at the home of her sister, Mrs.Frank G.Smith, Sep.1,1931 at Little Rock. Prob.Fannie Webb Wagnon buried in Lee County Alabama.
09/03/31 MOSBY ADA UNK 8 1931 UNKNOWN Annice, or Annise Chester, negress, was returned Monday from Indianola, Miss., by deputies J.E.Campbell and C.B.Walker. She is held in connection with the fatal stabbing a few weeks ago of Ada Mosby, on the Groves and Stets place, near Whitmore. Given 2 years jail by court.
09/10/31 CAMPBELL DONALD LEE UNKNOWN Card of Thanks: On help and kindness in death of our son, Donald Lee. Mr.and Mrs.Tom Campbell of Colt.
10/01/31 NICHOLSON ROSS UNK 9 28 1931 UNKNOWN Cross county Farm Manager killed Tuesday:Twist, Ark.-Sep.29-Ross Nicholson, age 48, Twist plantation manager, died last night, Sep.28,1931, the victim of a bullet accidentally fired by his best friend, Bob Williams, deputy sheriff. Nicholson was shot in the heart when Williams struck Gay Doolin on the head with his automatic, the gun discharging and striking Nicholson. Williams said today that when questioned, Doolin admitted enticing negro cotton pickers away from the Twist plantation. When commanded to raise his hands, Doolin reached for his hip pocket, and Williams struck him with the barrel of the automatic. No charge will be made against the deputy, other officers said today. Doolin was warned to stay away from Twist. The funeral services were held in the Methodist church of Osceola Wednesday afternoon. Mr.Nicholson leaves a wife, and two children, Jane and Ross, Jr. Mrs.Nicholson was formerly Miss Addie Ragland of Forrest City, the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Ellis Ragland of Forrest City.
10/15/31 SATTERFIELD FRANCIS MARION SR 2 18 1866 10 14 1931 HUGHES Francis Marion Satterfield, Sr., age 65 years, familiarly known to hundreds of friends as "Blue" passed away at his home on East Arkansas Ave. here Wednesday afternoon, Oct.14,1931. Mr.Satterfield had been confined to his bed for the past five months, but his condition did not become critical until a few days ago. Mr.Satterfield was born Feb.18,1866 and spent practically his entire life in St.Francis county, during which time he formed many strong friendships, and his passing will be genuinely regretted by all who with whom he was associated. He spent the early years of his life farming, and later entered the insurance business in Eastern Arkansas territory, where he was very successful. He was a devout Christian gentleman and a devoted church worker in the community in which he lived. He was an Elder in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Good Hope for 35 years; and a member of the I.O.O.F. Lodge, and the W.O.W. fraternal organization. Funeral services in charge of W.E.Stevens & Co. are being conducted today at Good Hope church, six miles north of the city, with interment in the family burial plot at Hughes cemetery. Rev.James Willcoxon, pastor of the First Methodist Church here conducting the ceremony. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs.Dora Fisher Satterfield; five sons, Lee, Otto, Marion, James Harvey, and Lewis, all of Forrest City; one daughter, Mrs.Chas.Royer of Sikeston, Mo.; three brothers, Will and Fred Satterfield of Forrest City, and Ben of Memphis; five sisters, Mrs.Wage Ellis, Mrs.Bruce Humphrey, Mrs.Will Fisher, Mrs.Jim Harris, and Mrs.Henry Hughes, all of Forrest City.
10/15/31 PIERCE WINSTED 1908 10 12 1931 UNKNOWN Funeral services for Winsted Pierce, 23, formerly of Forrest City, were conducted Tuesday at the M.E.Church in Brinkley, with burial in the cemetery there. Pierce died at Clarksdale, Miss. hospital Monday, Oct.12,1931, from a bullet wound received when he was fired upon from a negro cabin near Farrel, Miss., Sunday. Pierce, according to W.F.Boyd, deputy sheriff, went to the home of Sam Douglas and his 14 year old son in an effort to collect $18 which he alleged was stolen from Roy Collier, a friend, by Douglas, Pierce told the officers before his death, that he asked Douglas to come out on the porch and that shots followed, one striking him in the back, inflicting a mortal wound. Douglas and his son, tenants on the R.M.McWilliams place, were arrested and are held in the Clarksdale jail, charged with the crime. The son of Douglas said that Pierce attempted to walk in the house and threatened the entire family, and the youth being home alone shot out the window to scare him away. Pierce was employed with the Anderson-Tully Const.Co. of Memphis, and had lived in Forrest City with his older brother, C.R.Pierce, who was the ticket agent at Union Station in Forrest City. In addition to his brother of Brinkley, he is survived by a brother, Earl Pierce, who is stationed in San Pedro, Calif. with the Navy; another brother, Ewell, of Tulsa, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs.H.T.Reed of Eldorado, Ark., and Mrs.H.A.Gossett of Hot Springs, and his mother, Mrs.C.D.Pierce who lives in Forrest City. 10/22/31 Mrs.Pierce has moved to Hot Springs to live with her daughter, Mrs.Gossett.
10/15/31 POUNDERS WALTER LEE Administrator's Settlements-Oct.2,1931-Probate Court-Forrest City James S.Pounders, Adm.-first and final report
10/15/31 BRIDGFORTH M. A. MRS Administrator's Settlements-Oct.2,1931-Probate Court-Forrest City Eva B.Grobmyer, Adm.-final report
10/15/31 CARNES LEBRON Administrator's Settlements-Oct.2,1931-Probate Court-Forrest City J.E.Burke-Adm-Final settlement
10/15/31 JOLLY C. M. Administrator's Settlements-Oct.2,1931-Probate Court-Forrest City A.M.Bradford-Adm.-final report
10/15/31 RAWLISON J. Administrator's Settlements-Oct.2,1931-Probate Court-Forrest City J.E.Morgan-Adm-final settlement Jess Rawlison in Hughes Cemetery, could be!
10/15/31 ROWLAND THOMAS JEFFERSON SR CITY Administrator's Settlements-Oct.2,1931-Probate Court-Forrest City Mrs.D.E.Hoshall-Adm-1st and final settlement
10/15/31 BRODIE MARY LOUISE MRS 1850 10 6 1931 OLD After a long and honored life, Mrs.Mary Louise Brodie, widow of Mr.H.S.Brodie, peacefully passed to her award in Ripley Tuesday night, she had been ill only a few days and many of her friends knew nothing of her illness until the sad news came that this good lady answered the last summons. Mrs.Brodie was a splendid Christian woman, gentle, kind and considerate, and greatly endeared herself to all who were privileged to touch her life. She reached the ripe old age of 81 years, all of which were spent in Ripley, Tenn. and the county. She was a daughter of B.A.Sinclair, one of Ripley's best loved and prominent in shaping the destiny of our city. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs.W.H.Baynes and Miss Janie Brodie of Ripley, and Mrs.James Alley of Forrest City, Ark. On son, Lucian Brodie, preceded her in death a few years ago. Two sisters also survive, Mrs.Chas.Butler and Mrs.Jennie Chapman of Memphis. The funeral was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs.W.H.Baynes Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Pastor, Rev.Howell Taylor of the Methodist church, assisted by Rev. J.W.Waters. Interment was in the Old cemetery. From the Lauderdale County Enterprise, Ripley, Tenn. Mrs.M.L.Brodie, of Ripley, Tenn., mother of Mrs.James L.Alley of this city, passed away at Ripley Tuesday, Oct.6,1931. Funeral services were held at Ripley Wednesday. Mrs.Alley went to her mother's bedside earlier in the week, and Mr.Alley went over Wednesday to attend the funeral.
10/22/31 WILDER ROSE MRS McCracken 1883 10 16 1931 CALVARY Funeral services for Mrs.Rose Wilder were held in Memphis Sunday afternoon, with interment in Calvary cemetery. Mrs.Wilder, who was the sister of Mrs.F.M.Hess of this city, died a short time after being struck by an automobile on Madison Ave. in Memphis. Attending the funeral from this city were Mr.and Mrs.Hess, and Mrs.Dora McCracken, mother of the deceased. Per the death certificate, she was a widow, and a registered nurse, born in Tennessee, age 48 and her mother's maiden name, was Dora Priesley.
11/05/31 WEIER LEO H. 1887 11 4 1931 CITY Funeral services for Mr.Leo H.Weier, age 40, who was fatally injured noon yesterday when the Ford coupe which he was driving collided with a heavy truck and trailer, on Hwy 70 about 400 yards south of the Dixie Motor Co., will be held Friday morning at the W.E.Stevens Funeral Home with Father Edwin A.Hemmen, performing the ceremony. Services will be held grave side in Forrest City cemetery by Forrest City Post No.4, American Legion, of which Weier, a WWI veteran was a member. Weier died at St.Joseph hospital in Memphis yesterday afternoon, Nov.4,1931, about thirty minutes after being carried there by Stevens ambulance. Weier was well known in Forrest City, having lived her many years. For the past ten years he had been employed at the Bon Ton Cafe here, working nights. Deceased is survived by his mother, Mrs.C.G.Weier, Roswell, N.Mexico; three sisters, Mrs.A.E.Berry, Roswell; Mrs.Guy P.Tripp of Herald, Ark.;and Mrs.James B.McCrary of Forrest City; three brothers, Roy Weier, of Madison, Walter of Jonesville, La., and William Weier of Vicks, Ark. Per death certificate, age 44, Born Missouri, mother's maiden name was Mary G.Murphy. Nov.12,1931-Attorney M.B.Norfleet files suit for Mrs.Nora Weier McCrary, adminatrix for estate of W.E.Weier against driver of truck, and the West Memphis Transit Co. on Nov.5,1931 in St.Francis Circuit Court.
11/12/31 PATRICK E. W. 1891 11 11 1931 COGBILL Funeral services for E.W.Patrick, age 40 years, of Wynne, Brakeman for the Missouri Pacific Railway Co., who was accidentally killed yesterday, Nov.11,1931, in the yards of the Forrest City Cotton Oil Mill, are being held this afternoon at First Methodist church in Wynne, Rev.Oliver, the pastor, conducting the ceremony. Burial will be in the Cogbill cemetery there. Patrick was killed almost instantly when struck on the back of the neck by a bundle of steel reinforcing rods thrown from a freight car by negro mill hands. His neck was broken, and he died about five minutes after a doctor arrived. High sides of the car prevented the men from seeing him outside the car when they threw the steel over.
11/12/31 CARAWAY THADDEUS HORATIUS SENATOR 10 17 1871 11 7 1931 WEST LAWN Senator Thaddeus H.Caraway died Saturday night, Nov.7,1931, in St.Vincent's Infirmary in Little Rock after he had fully recovered from an operation for removal of a kidney stone on Oct.29th. Death was caused by a coronary occlusion, a blood clot in the coronary artery which supplies the heart muscle. He was 60 years of age, and had represented Arkansas in the U. S.Senate since 1920, and previously had served in the national House. Besides Mrs.Caraway, three sons survive, Lieut.Paul Caraway, Lieut.Forrest Caraway and Robert Caraway, and a brother, E.L.Caraway of Manilla, Miss. county. The two elder sons are graduates of the U.S.Military Academy at West Point, Paul who is 26 is stationed in Washington, D.C., and Forrest, 22, is stationed at Ft.Washington, Md., Robert is attending school in Washington. Funeral services will be held in Jonesboro Monday, with Congressional honors. He was born on a farm near Springhill, Mo., Oct.17, 1871. He gained college education by working at odd jobs, graduation from Dickson College, Dickson, Tenn., he came to Arkansas and taught school from 1896 to 1899, studying law in the meantime. He was admitted to the bar in 1900, and was elected prosecuting attorney of the Second Judicial District, which he held until 1913, when he was elected to U.S.Congress from the First Congressional District. He succeeded Senator W.F.Kirby in election of 1920. In 1902 he was married to Miss Hattie Wyatt at Harrisburg, Ark. The body will lie in state at the State Capitol on Saturday. Then the body will be sent to Jonesboro under the Congressional Guard.
11/12/31 Unknown Unknown UNK 11 1931 UNKNOWN An unidentified negro man, his skull crushed, was found dead about 200 yards off the pavement, 2 miles north of Widener, Thursday. Verdict was returned that the man came to his death by unknown causes.
11/12/31 WILLIAMS N. A. MRS THOMAS Notice of administrator, Virgil Thomas, will sell land on Nov.16,1931.
11/12/31 AIKENS BUDDY 1914 11 10 1931 UNKNOWN Wynne-Nov.10-Buddy Aikens, aged 17, son of Oscar Aikens, farmer, living five miles south east of Wynne, killed himself this afternoon, Nov.10,1931, at the home of his father. According to reports other members of the family were picking cotton when the boy left the field in order to get a drink of water. A short time later members of the family found the body with a shotgun which had been fired nearby, The shot tore out his heart. The boy left no message, and the family knows of no reason for his suicide.
11/12/31 CREEKMORE ELIAS 1921 11 7 1931 UNKNOWN Wynne-Nov.7-A truck load of 17 people en route to a Pentacostal church meeting in the country near Wynne, met with tragedy when the truck collided with another, and one person, Elias Creekmore, age 10 was killed and two others injured. The youngster was killed instantly, and his mother lost her leg, Mrs.H.A.Creekmore, later when it had to be amputated. She was taken by ambulance to Memphis hospital for further attention. The Creekmore family were farmers living near Wynne.
11/12/31 CAPPS ELLIS 1898 11 16 1931 UNKNOWN Ellis Capps, age 33 years, former resident of St.Francis county and proprietor of Dillon's Cash Store in Clarendon for the past three years, was found dead in his overturned automobile Friday morning on Hwy 70, one mile west of Crow Creek Bridge and two miles east of Forrest City. He had been shot once under the right ear. The shell, fired from a 12 gauge Winchester pump shotgun which was found across the body, had been cut in half, or rimmed so as to fire in one wad. A bailing wire loop was found tied thru the trigger guard, about ten inches in length. The coroner's jury returned verdict that he had committed suicide. The body was discovered by Mrs.Leo Grobmyer of Forrest City who was on her way to Whitmore, where her brother Lindsey Bridgforth and father, J.O.Bridgforth are engaged in farming operations. The body was still warm and so death was on Nov.16,1931. S.M.Capps, of Heth, brother of the dead man, said he knows of no reason for the suicide. His wife and two children, Edith age 6, and Bobby, age 4, were at the home of Mrs.Capps mother near Los Angeles, Calif. when informed of the death. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs.W.J.Dillon of Newcastle; a brother, S.M.Capps of Heth, and a half brother, Oscar Gandy, a farmer of Newcastle.
11/16/31 HICKMAN LUCILLE MRS JOHNSON 1907 11 15 1931 HUGHES The body of Mrs.Lucille Hickman, 24 years, was found at Conway Sunday, Nov.15,1931, was brought here for burial in the Hughes cemetery. Services were conducted today by Rev.H.K.Morehead of the Methodist church. Deceased is survived by her husband, Luther Hickman, parents, Mr.and Mrs.Murray Johnson of Round Pond, and two brothers, Taft and Gene of Round Pond.
11/16/31 HAMMOND G. A. MRS UNK 11 14 1931 MISSISSIPPI Mrs.G.A.Hammond, mother of C.E.Hammond of this city, died at Newton, Miss. Saturday afternoon. Mr.and Mrs.Hammond are there now, having left last week.
11/19/31 STEVENS H. B. UNK 11 16 1931 UNKNOWN Mr.and Mrs.H.B.Stevens who lived at Blossom, between Wheatley and Goodwin, were instantly killed and also their son, H.B. Jr., were fatally injured in Rock Island passenger train No.41, and automobile collision on Monday, Nov.16,1931. about two miles east of Wheatley. Stevens was superintendent of Wheatley consolidated schools and Mrs.Stevens was a teacher in the Goodwin schools. The son was a student in the Wheatley school. Mr.Stevens and the boy had gone to Goodwin for Mrs.Stevens, and the three were returning home. They had turned off the paved highway and started to cross the Rock Island to the old gravel route of Hwy 70 when the train struck the car. J.B.Hughes of Wheatley, who saw the accident, said the car was moving slowly, but the road was rough and he believed the occupants of the car did not see the approaching train. The car was dragged 300 yards before the train could be stopped. It is reported that Mr.Stevens had broken his glasses, and it is thought this contributed to the accident. J.Webster was engineer of the train and W.E.Jones the conductor, both from Little Rock. Rev.Henry J.King, rector of the Christ Church of this city and Dr.E.J.Money, a colored physician of Brinkley were among the first to reach the scene. Mr.and Mrs.Stevens taught at the Goodwin schools until the Wheatley schools were consolidated with them. They formerly lived near Chalybeate, Miss., and Mr.Stevens has a brother, Bryan Stevens, and his mother, Mrs.J.M.Stevens, living at Ripley, Miss. They had planned to move to Blossom on Thanksgiving day to live with Mr.H.B.Stevens. Mr.Stevens was a member of the Brinkley American Legion and recently named chaplain of the post. He was also a past Grand Master of the Bell Baxter Masonic Lodge No.228 at Wheatley.
11/19/31 BUTLER JOHN ALONZO 8 28 1862 11 17 1931 MADISON John Alonzo Butler, age 69 years, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs.Opal Taylor, in Madison on Tuesday, Nov.17,1931. He had been ill with pneumonia for the past nine or ten days. Mr.Butler was born in New Albany, Indiana, Aug.28,1862. From there he moved to Texas, thence Oklahoma, and finally settling in Madison, Arkansas some 15 or 20 years ago. He was a brick mason by trade, and continued active in this line of work until about one year ago. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs.Opal Taylor; two sons, Eldridge and Ray Butler, all of Madison, and one brother, T.H.Butler of Muskogee, Okla. Funeral services were conducted by Rev.Porter Weaver of the Methodist church at the family residence of Eldridge Butler in Madison. Interment in the Madison cemetery.
11/19/31 STEVENS H. B. Jr. UNK 11 16 1931 UNKNOWN See H.B.Stevens
11/19/31 STEVENS H. B. MRS UNK 11 16 1931 UNKNOWN See H.B.Stevens
11/28/31 HALL ALBERTA P. MRS 10 3 1877 11 27 1931 POSEY Mrs.John B.Hall, age 65 years, of Wheatley, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.Fred Inman, of Haynesville, La., last night, Nov.27,1931. Her death followed an illness of two days while on a visit to her daughter, and news of her sudden passing will come as a shock to her many friends in Forrest City, where she was well known. Deceased is survived by two sons, Dr.Bob Hall of Wheatley, and Sam Hall of Brinkley; four daughters, Mrs.O.L.Young of Forrest City; Mrs.E.E.Mashburn of Little Rock; Mrs.C.C.Conrad of Little Rock; and Mrs.Fred Inman of Haynesville, La. Funeral arrangements are incomplete, but will probably be Sunday in Wheatley.
12/03/31 HUBBARD HAMLIN ADAIR 3 20 1928 11 26 1931 UNKNOWN Hamlin Adair Hubbard, son of Mr.and Mrs.J.L.Hubbard, living a few miles northeast of Forrest City on the Newcastle road, died Thursday of last week, Nov.26,1931. He was born March 20,1928. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at Good Hope church by Rev.Peter Kittel.
12/10/31 PENNINGTON LAURA JANE MRS 1858 12 8 1931 CITY Funeral services for Mrs.Laura Jane Pennington, age 73, who died Dec.8,1931, at her home on Shell Lake, north of Heth, were held Friday at the W.E.Stevens Funeral Home. Interment was in the Forrest City cemetery, with Rev. Porter Weaver, of Madison and Widener, conducting. Deceased is survived by two sons, James Pennington of Little Rock, and William Pennington of Heth; and three daughters, Mrs.J.E.Wolf of Memphis, Mrs.W.E.Shelton and Mrs.A.A.Pennington of Heth.
12/10/31 NICHOLS ETTA MRS HORTON 1853 12 9 1931 LOUGHRIDGE Mrs.Etta Nichols, age 78, died last night, Dec.9,1931, at the home of her son, M.A.Nichols on N.Rosser Street. Funeral services and interment will be in Loughridge cemetery today, with Rev.James T.Willcoxon conducting the ceremony. The deceased is survived by one son, M.A.Nichols of this city; one daughter, Mrs.W.E.Haynie, of Widener; one brother, E.L.Horton of Newcastle, and other relatives and friends.
12/31/31 GATLING JOHN WILLIAMS 4 28 1887 12 19 1931 CITY The body of John Williams Gatling, 43 years, was found this morning in the L'Anguille river this morning by a searching party composed of A.L.Stevens, John Threat . Russell Williams. It was found under a drift, about one mile below the new concrete bridge and a quarter mile below the iron bridge near where his car was found parked following his disappearance from home on Saturday, Dec.19. The body had not come to the surface but was first touched by Mr.Stevens boat paddle, and John Threat reached down and pulled it to the surface. It was en tangled with a mass of drift, near the middle of the river. The body had drifted to within 200 or 300 yards of nets that had been stretched across the river several days ago to intercept it. News of the finding was brought to the city by Mr.Williams and the body brought to Stevens Funeral home. The body upon investigation at the funeral home was found to have a bullet hole in the left of the heart and it is believed that Mr.Gatling would not have been able to do the shooting himself based on the angle of the bullet in the body. The autopsy found a 25 caliber bullet, performed by Dr.N.C.McCown and Dr.J.O.Rush, and the coroner's inquiry returned a verdict of death due to a bullet from an unknown person. Funeral services will be tomorrow, New Years day, at the Forrest City cemetery. Mr.Gatling's watch was found, and it stopped at 1:20 o'clock, and his knife was also found along with a five dollar bill and papers. No note or message was found. Mr.Gatling had left home en route to work at the Forrest City Grocer Co. when the disappearance came about.
6 Logan's Drug Store-Gibson Art Cards 1922
10 Oursler Bros.-Pineapple, Strawberries, String Beans, Potatoes 1919
10 Buford Grocery Co.-Phone 10 and 11-We deliver in a covered truck. 1929 1922
11 Oursler Bros.-Pineapple, Strawberries, String Beans, Potatoes 1919 1917
12 Vadakin & Landvoigt-The Forrest City Times 1914
16 R.H.WINFIELD & CO.-OPERA HOUSE BLOCK-DRY GOODS 1920 In Mann Building 1908 1911 - - -
17 FONDREN AND SMITH, GROCERS-CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND JACKSON STREET-FREE DELIVERY 1901 1903 - - -
18 KLONDIKE BAKERY-JAMES TONEY PROP. 1911 - - -
18 FORREST CITY STEAM LAUNDRY-MRS.J.B.MOODY, PROP.-ROLLWAGE BUILDING, SOUTH SODE 1903 - - -
19 J.S.SHIELDS & CO.-PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 1917 1908 - - -
19 The Quality Grocery-Harry Thomas, Manager-119 Rosser Street 1919
21 Waters-Pierce Oil Co. Office 1913
24 ROLLWAGE & ALDERSON- 1903 - - -
25 The Leader-R.C.Wilkinson, Proprietor-Clothing store 1926
26 A.J.VACCARO & CO.-PROPRIETORS OF THE EMPORIUM-LADIES MILLINERY 1909 - - -
27 Lesser Goldman Cotton Co.-Office upstairs in the Pettus Building-I.H.Edwards, Manager 1923
28 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-CALL 28 1911 - - -
29 G.N.LAUGHINGHOUSE & CO.-G.N.LAUGHINGHOUSE AND T.E.HASKINS-DEALERS IN FRESH FISH, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEGETABLES IN SEASON-FREE DELIVERY 1903 - - -
29 L.B.Golden's Quality Grocery-Free Delivery 1925
29 Fondren Bros.Groceries 1913
29 MALLORY & FOGG-THE PALACE SALOON-COR.WASHINGTON & JACKSON STREETS IN THE WINTHROP BLDG..-FINE WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGARS-KEG & BOTTLED BEERS 1908 - - -
29 John I. Jones-Thanksgiving Dinners-We carry everything in Staples. 1917
31 City Drug Store-H.G.Gray and T.G.Gray 1931-Gray Brothers 1920
31 City Drug Store- Phone 31 1913
31 THE CITY DRUG STORE-O.N.WARREN, PROP. 1909 - - -
32 C.C.Perry-Staple and Fancy Groceries-Phone 26 and 32 1929
34 Grobmyer Garage-Graham Brothers Trucks, sold by Dodge Dealers Everywhere 1926
31 HATCHER & CALDWELL, CITY DRUG STORE 1911 - - -
34 W.T.SANDERS-DEALER IN DRY GOODS-114 FRONT ST.-FREE DELIVERY 1908 - - -
34 Neblett, The Grocer-Groceries delivered as quick as the quickest. Phone 34 1913
34 H.R.NEBLETT-GROCERY AND DRY GOODS 1910 1909 1911 - 1912 - -
35 The Fair No.35-R.C.Wilkinson, Mgr. 1919
38 East Arkansas Lumber Co.-C.R.Garrison, Manager 1926
38 EWART-MARSHALL LUMBER CO. 1910 1911 - - -
38 Van Houten-Marshall Lumber Co. 1917
40 HOTEL MARION, FORMERLY THE BELSER, MRS.PAULINE GODDARD, PROP.-THE ONLY $2 HOUSE IN THE CITY 1901 - - -
41 FUSSELL-GRAHAM-ALDERSON COMPANY-SUCCESSORS TO FUSSELL-GRAHAM & CO., AND L.ROLLWAGE & ALDERSON-TELEPHONE 41 1902 1923 - - -
42 LANDVOIGT & VADAKIN-BOOK, MUSIC STORE AND PRINTING OFFICE 1908 1911 - - -
44 THE FORREST CITY BOTTLING WORKS- 1911 - - -
44 Wylds Garage-Telephone when you need a service car, handling Buick and Dodge Vehicles 1917
46 Forrest City Grocer Co.-Wholesale Grocers, Produce Grain & Hay, BEVO Distributors 1917
47 Mrs.N.W.Norton-Residence 1913
48 F.W.DeROSSITT-WILL PAY CASH FOR MULE AND HORSE COLTS 1909 - - -
49 Forrest City Motor Company-Jackson Street-Mallory & Eldridge-Carload of Mules 1924
49 Eldridge & Scott 1917
49 NEWSOME, ELDRIDGE & CO. MALLORY & ELDRIDGE IN 1914 1910 - - -
49 FORREST CITY REAL ESTATE CO.-J.L.NEWSOME, PRES./W.H.BROWN,SCT./WM.W.CAMPBELL, TREAS. 1910 - - -
51 WHITE GARAGE-Charlie White, Proprietor-Willard Batteries, Swinehart Tires, Filling Station-Old Presbyterina church building-In 1928, Whippet Automobiles for sale. 1925
52 NEWSOME & FERRELL-REALTORS 1911 - - -
58 Pettus & Buford-Forrest City Phone 58 1913
58 PETTUS & BUFORD-GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES 1910 1911 1912 - - -
59 ROBERT L.PETTUS-CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS-INVITES YOUR TRADE-TELEPHONE NO.59-McCRARY BUILDING 1902 - - -
60 John Schlosser-Residence 1913
61 N.B.NELSON & CO.-JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY-FORMERLY THE PEARL SALOON 1902 1903 - - -
61 THE PEARL SALOON-I.W.MALLORY PROP.-TELEPHONE 61 1901 - - -
63 Dr.D.O.Bridgforth-over the Planters Bank Building-Office 63, and Residence 335 1920
66 Moseley Steam Laundry 1922
68 C.P.Muller-Residence 1913
69 Moseley's Steam Laundry-F.G.Mosely, Proprietor 1931
70 Browne & Billings, Inc.-Ice Cream B and B Coal-Try our Empire Coal 1926
71 J.T.DEMENT-DEALER IN HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES-PHONE 71-SUCCESSOR TO V.B.IZARD & CO. 1902 - - -
71 NEW MEAT MARKET-B.FUSSELL, PROP.-BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, LAMB, VEAL & POULTRY-ALSO HANDLE FRESH EGGS, BUTTER & VEGETABLES 1908 1909 - - -
73 E.N.GILLILAND-TUBULAR WELLS, PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING-NORTH WASHINGTON STREET BY THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1908 - - -
73 Miss.Alice Currie-Residence 1913
73 W.T.Sanders-Call 73 when you want quick delivery and lowest cash prices on groceries 1919
74 Norton Abstract and Loan Co.-Rollwage Building 1928
75 GROBMYER LUMBER & FEED CO.-DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, SHINGLES, ETC.-PROMPT DELIVERY 1908 1912 - - -
75 GROBMYER LUMBER 1910 1911 - - -
75 VACCARO-GROBMYER CO.-Long Distance 1806, local 75 1922 1917
77 BRANDON & BAUGH-NORTH FRONT STREET-LONG DISTANCE PHONE 77 1901 1917 - - -
79 PURITY DAIRY-S.B.TRAPP-PROP. 1912 - - -
81 NEELY & NEBLETT-DRY GOODS & GROCERIES 1908 - - -
82 KLONDIKE BAKERY-FRED KLEIBER, PROP.-TELEPHONE 82-FRESH BREAD EVERY MORNING - - -
84 FORREST CITY ICE & POWER CO.-AGENTS FOR CUDAHY PACKING CO.'S PRODUCTS 1901 1902 1903 - - -
86 THE COMBINATION SHOP-S.L.BERRY, MGR.-SHOE, SADDLE & HARNESS 1908 - - -
86 NEW RACKET STORE-M.RUTSKY & CO., PROP.-FREE DELIVERY 1909 - - -
86 M.Rutsky & Co.-Dealer in Groceries, Clothes, and Shoes 1917
88 C.H.HAVENS, UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR-ALL KINDS OF COFFINS AND CASKETS, BURIAL ROBES KEPT IN STOCK-TELEPHONE 88, TWO RINGS-1901 1901 - - -
91 Louis Grobmyer and C.C.Canterberry-Wholesale Distributors of NIB The favorite cereal beverage-Phone 91 and 181 1925
91 T.O'BRIEN-DEALER IN FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, POULTRY & PRODUCE-PROMPT DELIVERY 1908 - - -
91 THE PALACE MARKET AND GROCERY-TOM O'BRIEN AND WILLIE HAVENS, PROP.-ROSSER STREET OPPOSITE THE RED GIN 1911 - - -
91 ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET=SCHUH & CO. 1910 - - -
91 Palace Market-T.O'Brien, Proprietor Phone 91 1913
91 SHUMACKER MARKET AND GROCERY- 1919
93 W.R.Yelton-Authorized Dealer-Delco Light Farm Electricity and Frigerdaire Refrigerators 1926
95 Mrs.C.L.Platt-Your order for fruit cakes. Phone 95 1926
97 JNO.W.NAYLOR-TEAMS WANTED TO TRANSFER LUMBER FROM ST.FRANCIS RIVER TO CROW CREEK 1908 - - -
100 Dr.W.H.Alley-Residence 1913
101 W.D.PASLAY & CO. ON JACKSON STREET, NEAR STONE'S LIVERY STABLE. TELEPHONE 101, FREE DELIVERY 1901 - - -
103 J.W.WILLIAMS-DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, ETC. 1903 - - -
106 The Ideal Beauty Shop- Call Miss Lida Hinckley. 1920
108 HAVENS BROS.-J.K.HAVENS & CHAS.HAVENS-DEALERS IN STAPLES AND FINE GROCERIES, ETC.-LUNCHES TO ORDER-TELEPHONE NO.108-FREE DELIVERY-RUSH J.ASH'S STAND-WEST JACKSON STREET 1902 - - -
108 RESTAURANT-SHORT ORDERS ONLY-RUSH J.ASH=STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES-ROLLWAGE NEW BUILDING,W.JACKSON ST.-TELEPHONE 108-FREE DELIVERY 1903 - - -
112 TURLEY BROS. & GILLIAM- IN THE HANCOCK BUILDING ON N.WASHINGTON STREET 1910 - - -
112 E.TURLEY & CO.-BYHALIA CASH STORE-HANCOCK BUILDING 1902 - - -
114 Robert Bowens-Steam Cleaning and Pressing Club 1922 1920
116 C.A.Harris-Notice:Flies and Mosquitoes are coming, let me do your screen work, and other repairs. 1928
122 D.Downey-Residence 1913
124 W.B.MANN, JR.- LAUNDRY 1902 - - -
126 W.E.WILLIAMS & SON-REAL ESTATE & GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS 1902 - - -
126 STEVENS BROS., UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS-SOUTHEAST CORNER SOUTH WASHINGTON AND FRONT STREETS-PHONE 126 DAY AND NIGHT 1903 - - -
126 IZARD & WILLIAMS, FORREST CITY, ARK., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE-OFFICE OVER J.W.BECK & CO. 1901 - - -
131 A.L.GRADY-DEALER IN DRY GOODS-NEW STORE-TELEPHONE 131-FREE DELIVERY 1902 - - -
131 See Thomas L.Stout-Dealer of Remington Cash Registers 1926
134 J.H.ATKINS-NEXT TO POST OFFICE-HARDWARE, TINWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE, LUMBERMAN OUTFITS, CUTLERY, HARNESS,ETC.-TELEPHONE NO.134 1902 - - -
134 ATKINS & HORNE, DEALERS IN HARDWARE, STOVES, & TINWARE-J.H.ATKINS 1901 1902 - - -
134 L.R.GROBMYER'S CITY MEAT MARKET 1929 1911 - - -
137 PETTUS & FOGG-GENERAL MERCHANDISE=ROBERT L.PETTUS AND E.K.FOGG, PROP. 1909 - - -
138 Henry F. P.Gorman-Expert service electrically and mechanically-At residence 1926
144 The Hot Shop Bakery- 1926
147 CITY WATER & LIGHT COMPANY 1911 - - -
147 R.C.PREWITT,PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-OVER DUNAVANT'S DRUGSTORE 1902 1901 - - -
147 CITY WATER & LIGHT COMPANY 1917 1912 - - -
150 J.W.Morrow-Residence 1920 1913
152 St.Francis County Abstract Co.-Office in the Mann Building-Farm Loans available at 7 per cent interest.
155 Miss Blanche Smith-Residence 1913
158 The Bynn Yanns Store-Cash and Carry-L.N.Block, Local Trustee and Manager 1920
163 B.W.McCrary-Dentist-Office over R.W..Bensons-Call 163 1919
166 Taylor, Knight & Co.-Real Estate and Insurance 1922
170 FORREST CITY ICE & COAL CO.-BOTTLING WORKS AND STEAM LAUNDRY-GEO.P.TAYLOR, PROP. 1920 1910 1911 1912 1913 1917 - -
170 Forrest City Ice Cream Company-one gallon $1.50 cash, $1.75 charge 1920
174 BECKER & LEWIS COAL 1913 1910 - - -
174 BECKER & LEWIS FURNITURE 1909 - - -
175 Holland & Sellers-The Pure Food Groceries 1917
175 Pyle Piano Company-Pianos, Player Pianos, Edisons, Sonoras 1920
178 Forrest City Coal Co. Forrest City Ice & Coal-1922 1917
178 Forrest City Gin Co. for wood or coal 1917
184 W.E.KIRBY & CO. 1910 1909 1911 - - -
184 Dr.W.J.McCauley-Graduate Veterinarian at the Oklahoma Horse and Mule Barn-Forrest City Phone 184 and 179 1913 1913
185 King's Greenhouses-Cut Flowers 1922
186 J.E.Satterfield-Residence 1913
187 Norton & Hughes-Lawyers N.B.Norton-Rollwage Building-1919 1913
188 ROBT.BRITTAIN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1910 - - -
189 BUS SERVICE FROM IRON MOUNTAIN RAILROAD TO HOTEL FISHER 1911 - - -
190 Palace Meat Market-Phone 91 and 190 1929
191 THE PEARL CAF-R.J.ASH BROTHERS, PROPS.-FRESH FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS, NUTS & CONFECTIONS. CIGARS & TOBACCO 1908 1909 - - -
191 FORREST CITY CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB-L.S.C.WILLIAMS, PROP.CHOP NEAR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1902 - - -
192 Walter Gorman-Lawyer 1913
199 J.T.SANDERS, PH.G.-ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE-HOADLEY'S ICE CREAM-PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST-PROMPT DELIVERY 1908 1902 - - -
204 W.F.KLOTZ-THE HARDWARE MAN-WEST JACKSON STREET-JOHN DEERE PLOW CO.'S IMPLEMENTS 1912 1911 - - -
204 McDaniel & Watson, Successor to W.F.Klotz-Harry O.Watson and Louis McDaniel 1914
206 The Elite Cafe-Wholesale and Retail for Schlitz Beer 1923
209 SELLERS & SCOTT GROCERY 1910 - - -
211 PLANTERS GIN-TALK TO ARTHUR BOYLE ABOUT YOUR COAL SUPPLY FOR WINTER. 1908 - - -
212 OUR BAKERY 1911 - - -
225 G.W.Christian-Residence 1913
225 J.I.HAWK-REALTOR 1908 - - -
228 W.L.LAWRENCE-PROPRIETOR CITY GROCERY-PROMPT DELIVERY 1909 - - -
232 J.R.Johnson-Residence 1913
239 JIM THOMPSON HAULING 1910 - - -
241 Dr.Hugh Puckett-Graduate Veterinarian 1919
244 L.Barnett-Residence 1913
245 Forrest City Bakery-D.E.Osborn-New Bakery at the old "Our Bakery"-Feb.7th Phone 245 1913
248 NEW MEAT MARKET-B.FUSSELL, PROP.-BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, LAMB, VEAL & POULTRY-ALSO HANDLE FRESH EGGS, BUTTER & VEGETABLES 1908 - - -
248 LAWRENCE'S CITY GROCERY-FRESH HOLSUM BREAD 1911 - - -
248 L.F.ROLLWAGE & CO.-HIGH CLASS GROCERIES, FRUITS, PRODUCE-QUICK DELIVERY 1908 - - -
248 CITY GROCERY-W.L.LAWRENCE PROP. 1910 - - -
252 W.J.STOLZER-PROPRIETOR-CONCRETE-PLANT ON MADISON ROAD 1909 - - -
253 A.A.French-Residence 1913
254 FORREST CITY FURNITURE COMPANY-214 NORTH FRONT STREET 1908 1911 - - -
257 Dr.D.A.Pelton-Physician and Surgeon-Office over the Sol Lewis store. Phone 257 and 307 1913
263 C.Murphy & Co.-110 Washington Street Basement-Starr Made Pianos, Players 1922
266 The Cheese Factory-Hill Street 1929
269 B.B.BOGGS-THE NEW PLUMBER-RESIDENCE PHONE 1909 - - -
270 A.H.Wood-Plumbing & Heating=217 N.Washington ST. 1917
272 Darwin Thompson-Residence 1913
273 Rose's Home Grocery-1 Block West of Public School 1914
275 Tharp Grocery 1919
282 Forrest City Produce Company-for Certo and Fruit Jars 1923
282 Canterberry-Nash Produce Co.-Rosser Street 1920
284 Herring and Schellhous-Land Engineers-Accurate Crop Measurements and Land Surveys-Mann Building 1919
285 Max Heuman-Dealer-Wynne, Arkansas-Hudson and Essex Cars 1920
290 Davis-Mize & Co.-Wholesale Only-Grocers and Dealer in Feeds 1923
293 C.C.WEIER-BRICKLAYER AND BUILDER 1910 - - -
294 A.Goldberg-Residence 1913
298 Singer Sewing Machines-J.D.Caldwell, Manager-Wynne, Arkansas 1924
298 Merchants Grocer Company-Wholesale Only-Edmond E.Stevens, Mgr.-Hill and Grant Streets 1919
299 J.L.Scott & Co.-South Front Street 1919
299 SELLERS & SCOTT GROCERY 1911 1910 - - -
299 Scott and Ferguson-Home Needs Suppliers-Front Street Phone 299 1913
299 R.E.SELLERS-GROCERIES-PETTUS BUILDING 1909 - - -
300 FORREST CITY STEAM LAUNDRY-E.H.OVERFIELD,MANAGER 1910 - - -
301 Pettus & Ferguson-Insurance-F.G.Pettus and J.E.Ferguson-Office in Beck Building 1919
303 St.Francis Motor Co. 1931 1926 1923
304 Perry Cooperman's Furniture House-on Front Street 1919
311 WOOD FOR SALE-J.L.NEWSOM-FIRST CLASS WOOD YARD 1911 - - -
312 A.D.BOYLE JEWELER-IMPERIAL BUILDING 1912 - - -
313 T.C.Green-Cabinet Maker-Furniture repaired or made to order. 1926
335 Dr.D,O.Bridgeforth-Residence 1920 1913
338 Ira M.Walden-Painting and Decorating-Opposite New Methodist Church 1917
339 Grapes-Call at vineyard, or call 339. H.E.Schelhous. 1929
341 JOE E.BECK-BLACKSMITHING-SHOP ON JACKSON STREET NEAR IRON MOUNTAIN RAILROAD 1911
344 Smith's Service-Hauling and Towing 1920
345 Nathan B.Norton-Unimproved land in western portion of St.Francis County-1000 acres. Phone 345 1913
352 David Grocery Co. gives merchants tickets for Trades Day June 20-Phone 352 and 452 1929 1923
354 Sharpe The Tailor-Corner Washington and Jackson 1919 1914
355 Paul Johnson-Residence 1913
357 Cooperman's-Let us repair your phonograph 1926
357 We Deliver-COD 1914
362 R.E.Crutchfield-Best Kentucky Lump Coal and Famous Empire Brand from Alabama 1931
367 Lula S.Blount-Residence 1913
368 Dr.E.M.Barnett and Dr.W.J.McCauley-Veterinary Surgeons and Dentists 09/26/13 Phone 368 1913
370J For Rent: One nice bed room, three blocks from town. Also sewing done-Call Mrs.Jennie Boyett. 1925
379 Society and Personal-the Herald The Times Herald Publishing Co.-1919 1931 1917
388 D.Edgar-Residence 1913
391 Coleman's Dairy-For delicious milk 1922
404 404 Service Station-Walter Prewett, Proprietor-Ajax Tires and Tubes, Tire Repairing 1927
404 404 Service Station-Percy H.Barker Jr., has bought a lease for the Standard Oil Company Service Station opposite the Methodist Church-Corner of Izard and Jackson 1926
412 McCleskey Brothers-Let us Dye for you! 1929 1925
420 The Quality Motor Co.-N.B.Rice- 1919
422 Forrest City Bottling Co.-Mallory & Gorman, Props. Gorman & Gorman 1920 1920
423 Grissom Taxi Service 1928
426 Cash Market-R.E.Sellers, Manager-208 N.Washington-Choice Meats & Produce 1922
453 Dr.H.R.Clark-Dentist-Office in the Pettus Building 1920
455 First Baptist Church-Rev.Blount F.Davidson Pastor 1926
474 Grissom Taxi Service 1929
485 Godwin-Honnell Florists-Artistic Corsages, Wedding Bouquets 1925
485 Morgan Honnell Florist 1929
489 The Bonnet Shop-Special Price on Permanent Waves $7.50-Mrs.Laura McClintock, an experienced operator in charge! 1927
502J M.Emmons-Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries and a nice line of meats 1917
500 Forrest City Gin Co. Filling Station-Road Service 1923 1922
517 Ourslers Grocery-We are Prompt-Phone 17 and 517 1929
525 Rollwage Motor Company-Try us for car washing, tire changing, tires and tubes 1925
543 Forrest City Electric Co.-H.C.Batts-Automatic Oil Heat/Wiring/Repairs/Appliances 1929
555 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 1931
814 K.M.Wilkins-Residence 1913
815 A.Bird-Riverview 1913
808F02 Tom Bridgeforth-Residence 1913
808F03 J.A.Whittenton-Residence 1913
808F04 Sam Danehower-Residence 1913
808F05 John McCrary-Residence 1913
808F11 Clifford Whittenton-Residence 1913
808F12 W.T.Nolan-Residence 1913
819F14 P.W.McFall Garage and Service Station-Up to date Free Tourist Camp-Madison 1923
820F02 W.R.McFall-Madison 1913
822 Morgan and West Box Co.-Madison, Arkansas 1925