Characters Businesses School Places Odds 'n Ends

100

Who was Wendell Henderson?
Waldron's Postmaster during the 1960's.

100

What was Parsley's?
In the early 1960's, it was the place to go to buy bulk candy, toys, books, or stationery.

100

Who was V.T. Baugh?
The principal of Waldron High School in the 1960's; his wife taught third grade.

100

What is AVI?
Three-letter abreviation for a place where many chickens reached the end of the line.

100

What is one?
This number could be the total number of stoplights in Waldron in the 1960's, or the total number of TV stations most people could pick up.

200

Who was Robert Davis?
Owned a grocery store and actively supported local softball.

200

What was Ben Franklin?
This wonderful store was built where the "Buzzard's Roost" once stood.

200

Who was Raymond Rackley?
The long-time principal of Waldron Junior High.

200

What is Bohnstein Hill?
Coming in from the south, this hill offered a panoramic view of the city of Waldron.

200

What is The Advance Reporter?
Waldron had two newspapers in the 1960's, The Waldron News and this one.

300

Who was Clyde Hawkins?
Was Scott County Sheriff in the 1960's; later became County Judge.

300

What was Buddy Gray's Market?
Located at the corner of East 8th and Main, they had everything from groceries to minnows.

300

What was the Spanish Club?
This school organization took an annual trip to Mexico in the 1960's.

300

What is Bull Creek?
This creek crossed Highway 71 just north of Waldron; you wouldn't want to wade in it.

300

What is Denton Motor Company?
You could buy a new Dodge car at this Waldron business.

400

Who was Randal Grigsby?
Publisher and owner of The Waldron News in the 1960's.

400

What was Denver Plummer's station?
This is where you went to catch the bus to Fort Smith.

400

What were third and fourth?
In the 1960's these two grades were housed in what was known as "the red brick building."

400

What is the courthouse?
You had to go upstairs in this building to get your shots from the County Health Nurse.

400

What are grocery stores?
Ashford, Gray, Davis, Plummer, and Hicks were all names associated with this kind of business.

500

Who was Edgar Floyd?
Often seen riding around town on his lawn mower, accompanied by his faithful dog Streeter.

500

What was Plemmons' Department Store?
Their big sale every summer always attracted huge crowds; there was always a door prize for the early arrivers.

500

What is janitor?
Troxie Taylor and Sherman Oliver both worked for Waldron schools in this capacity.

500

What was The Buzzard's Roost?
A low brick wall between two buildings on Main Street; the old men used to congregate there while their wives went shopping.

500

Who was Earnest King?
Known affectionately as "Windy", this barber cut a lot of hair over the years.

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