population of Texarkana AR; White 7,639, Negro 3,109,
1930 population of Texarkana TX; White 11,649, Negro
4,934, Other 19
Tom C. Sewell appointed as Chief of Police, Texarkana Ark.to
McCartney Hotel was
built. Architect Joseph Finger. Placed on Register
of Historic Building 9/6/1979. Submitted by TU. Info
from Four States Living Aug. 2002
Walter Harris assumes duty as Sheriff
of Miller Co. Ar. until he was killed in line of duty.
Funeral for John Fry, 56, deputy US
marshall will be 2:30 p.m. at the home of a nephew, J.H.
Faviell at Jefferson, Tx. Burial in Oakwood Cem.
Jefferson. John Frye died in a Texarkana hosp.
Texarkana Gazette Five men
mentioned as possible candidates for the race of Miller
WILL HARRIS - brother of Sheriff Walter
Harris who was slain while raiding a still last July, is the
only one actually announced opposition against Sheriff R.W.
HARRY OLIVER - chief deputy during the
brief Harris adm. Oliver was associated with Will Harris
who was jailer during the Harris regime.
FLEET MAGEE - who was defeated by
Harris in 1930. Magee is a veteran peace officer in Miller Co.
PAT ELAM - Fouke merchant and
W. Turguette assumes duty as Sheriff of Miller Co. Ar.
W. E. Davis appointed as Chief of Police, Texarkana Ark.to 1935
8 Dec 1933
Fowler Drug Co located at Broad and Hazel St. Phone 110
Although still critically iss, the condition of Mrs. Minnie
Burke Curley was reported Saturday as showing some
improvement. Submitted by TU. Texarkana Papers
Constable W. M. Dunn, who has been ill for the past several
days, was greatly improved at his home Saturday and expects to
be back on duty within the next few days. Submitted by
TU. Texarkana Papers
- T. B. Vance becomes Municipal Judge of Texarkana
Arkansas to 1939
Tom C Sewell assumes duty as Sheriff of Miller Co. Ar. until
11 Oct. 1935
- D. W. Marshall, 64 died Thursday
while at work at Savoy Hotel. Wife: 5 daus: Mrs. R. A. Bennett,
Mrs. M. G. Richards, Mrs. T. W. Holman and Mrs. T. C. Albritton
all of Texarkana and Mrs. H. G. Buchannan of Shreveport. 3 sons:
E. D. of New Boston, Rodney Dale and D. W. Jr. of Texarkana 2
sisters: Mrs. Ida Cobb of Houston Mrs. Lela Garrett of Paris
Burial in State Line Cem. Dan W. Marshall 14 April 1870 to 10
Oct. 1935 Minnie Lee Marshall 1 Jan. 1875 to 4 July 1952
Texarkana Gazette - Roland Hitchcock
and Miss Ruth Crawford both of Texarkana were married in the
Texarkana Ark. police station. The couple said they could
find no other place to get married that they had attempted
to locate friends and none were home. Police acted as
Richard Marlin Giles appointed as Chief of Police, Texarkana
Texarkana Papers: Three persons injured in an automobile
crash a mile south of Texarkana on the Atlanta Highway Wednesday
night were recuperating Thursday, two of them at a hospital, the
third at his residence. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duncan, who
received severe lacerations on the face and head and body
bruises remained at Michael Meagher hospital for additional
treatment. Their two children, Melton, 4, and Richard, 2,
were slightly scratched. The Duncan's were injured when
the car in which they were proceeding to their home on route
two, Texarkana, Texas figured in a crash with a milk truck
driven by Jewell Jones, 24. Jones was confined to his bed
at home Thursday. He received a incarnation on his face,
an injury to one eye and a slightly crushed hand. Bowie
county officers said the Duncan machine was using a lantern for
headlights at the time of the crash. The milk truck
overturned spilling the cargo______. TJU
Texarkana papers: Jack Sylvester Rutledge and Watson
Johnnie Nichols have enlisted in the United States Army through
the Texarkana recruiting station and will be assigned to Fort
Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. TJU
- J. D. Cook becomes Municipal Judge of Texarkana Arkansas
1939 W. E. Davis assumes duty as Sheriff of Miller Co. Ar.
7/22/1939 Submitted by
Girl is returned to John
Sealy Hospital. Dona
Lee Hancock, 14 daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Hancock of the
Eylau community. Dona’
grandfather Foster Hancock, accompanied her there.
Ollie Colemar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Colemar, route 1,
returned from the crippled children’s hospital at Little Rock.
Henry Calvin Ivy, 8 son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ivy, route
1, and Claudle Whitehurst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Whitehurst, route 3 were called to the clinic in Little Rock. Jo
Ann Stuart, 8 daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Critten Stuart, whor
reside near Ashdown Ark. Returned to the hospital.