I don’t know the date of these clippings of Karen Weems, but I’m guessing 1967. They would have been snipped from the Eureka Springs Times-Echo newspaper. Today she is known as Karen Grulkey.
This clipping is from a 1967 copy of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo newspaper. Howard Weems would have been 18 years old when he wrecked his 1957 sedan. As horrific as this car accident appears, it did not kill him. He “escaped with serious head lacerations” the caption says. Howard died in 2011 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas at the age of 64.
I assume the following article is a clipping from the Eureka Springs Times-Echo (probably 1954.) It lists the following as traveling to Colorado to hunt: McKinley Hussey, Lewis Hussey, Junior Groblebe, McKinley Weems and Cecil Weems.
This clipping is from the October 24, 1963 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo newspaper. The photograph shows John Cross of Eureka Springs who has just returned from a hunting trip to Shoshoni, Wyoming.
This clipping is from the March 6, 1969 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo newspaper and tells how Richard Kelley of Eureka Springs, Arkansas was promoted to Assistant Cashier at the Republic National Bank of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
This obituary for Ira Arthur Billings of Eureka Springs, Arkansas is from the October 24, 1968 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo newspaper. Ira “Bill” Billings was married to my Great Aunt Ola Southerland and is the father of my cousin Bill Billings.