Advertisement in the October 4, 1962 Eureka Springs Times-Echo newspaper.
Jerry Dale Stoppel, stretched to his full-length beside the 24 lb. catfish caught by his dad, Bud Stoppel, and Jerry’s cousin, Bill Stoppel, are shown here.
This advertisement is from page 7 of the January 2, 1964 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo. The hospital referred to is the one located in Eureka Springs.
This ran on page 8 of the July 22, 1971 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo.
Names include: Stephanie Shelton, John Cross, Joe Head, Sandy Girkin, Gayla Goff, Lisa Johnson, Eugene Darby, George Head, Elizabeth Kelley and Wayne Brashear.
This Eureka Springs Municipal Hospital Report appeared on page eight of the November 18, 1965 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo.
This ran before I was born, but I know several of the names. Mrs. Pauline Wilson and Mrs. Zoe Harp are familiar names. Henry Loess is a good friend’s grandfather. Joe Nelson is my father-in-law’s uncle.
This article is from the front page of the November 18, 1965 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo.
This clipping must be from the Eureka Springs (Arkansas) Times-Echo newspaper, but I do not have a date.
I didn’t know that the legendary Larry Evans fished. I know of him as a mechanic and the finest welder my grandfather has ever seen. My father greatly admired him. And, evidently, he can fish, too.