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Dermott grew from a bayou settlement, which had its beginning in the early s, to a thriving railroad town in the s. With an economy based largely on agriculture and timber, it flourished until the Depression. While many other small Delta towns did not survive that period, Dermott prevailed. Although it never regained its former stature, it remained a substantial town populated by many descendants of early settlers.

Railroad depot at Dermott Chicot County ; ca. ByArkansas had received the first of 23, German and Italian prisoners of war, who would live and work at military installations and branch camps throughout the state. The first public school in Dermott was built for black children during Reconstruction which evolved into Morris Booker Memorial High School and College by A state school for white students was organized inwith classes in an abandoned cabin.

It was replaced in by a brick building which became Dermott High School. In the graduating senior class ed at Thought to be one of the earliest tickets with Elvis as the headliner - Mar. It cost an unbelievable.

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One performance Friday afternoon and one Friday night. Monday when everyone came back to school, they got their money back because the superintendent had talked with the SSA and told them that wasn't the kind of entertainment his students were supposed to see.

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My family and I go to small towns, battlefields, state and national parks, and out-of-the-way museums. One of the places we've all wanted to track down for a while was Coley's Truck Stop in Dermott, Arkansas. Here's why A local man named O. Coley and his wife ran a truck stop and restaurant in Dermott called the Twin City Diner. It was a place to sit, visit, and drink coffee with local people, which is something my grandfather did very well. He was 27 years old when he made the acquaintance of three young men on a journey to make their marks on the world.

They were on their way to be on the Louisiana Hayride, a radio show Hot Dermott Arkansas girls out of Shreveport, Louisiana. My grandfather visited with them on a fairly regular basis, and on this particular day, a picture was taken of them drinking coffee.

Gengan was always very proud of this picture, and he could say that he knew Elvis and the Blue Moon Boys before they were really famous. My parents and I have always wanted to see the old truck stop where my grandfather befriended Elvis Presley, so on Friday, March 20, we did just that! The only remains of the old truck stop and restaurant on U. Highway 65 are the bases of the old gas pumps and the metals poles of what may have been the entrance to the diner.

Another building has been built around it, but no businesses are there now. The story about Coley's Truck Stop was originally posted by Lonnie on March 23, and reprinted here with permission.

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As a special assistant to Rockefeller, McKee oversaw the end of widespread illegal gambling in Hot Springs and negotiated halts to violent civil rights disputes. McKee would later tell his family that he got in quite a bit of hot water because he let someone else Elvis hold his revolver. He passed away at the age of 78 in April of after a colorful year career with the Arkansas State Police and 10 years as a Washington County Sheriff in Arkansas.

An after-party with Elvis, Scotty and Bill. In that letter I tell about the first time I ever heard Elvis Presley. If ever a man put his hand to the plow looking back, it is me. I only miss home two times—night and day! I was the one who suggested she send her Elvis memory to you. They then invited him back to McGehee for an after-concert party in one of their homes. Naturally, they were all quite taken with Elvis.

Elvis and his band with an Arkansas state trooper at a motel restaurant in McGehee in after his concert in Dermott. The photo of Elvis like the McGehee girls bought for a quarter. Soon afterward, however, I became a loyal and lasting Elvis fan see opening salutation above, which Hot Dermott Arkansas girls, as a religious editor, created and copyrighted.

Me in with pen marks above my head from ing my own yearbook photo -- I was no Elvis Presley! She loves it, and me, and Elvis—but not necessarily in that order. CD of Elvis love songs available at all Hallmark stores. Long live the King!

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Jimmy Peacock. Before the concert the girls saw a photo of Elvis in an advertisement in the McGehee Times. Until then they had thought he was a black performer. The ad, which one of the girls still has in a scrapbook, said that Elvis would be appearing at the local radio station and ing autographs before the concert.

A brief nostalgic video about KVSA, which includes scenes from its heyday in the s and a reference to Elvis being there at that time. KVSA as it looks today, unchanged from the s. Unfortunately, when the girls got to KVSA they did not get to meet Elvis, so they went on to Dermott to attend his concert.

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That first personal encounter with Elvis was so overwhelming that the girls were totally captured and enraptured. They had never seen or heard anyone remotely like him. Elvis as he looked at the Dermott concert in Since one of the girls, Berta Jo Taulbee, was dating Billy Mack Harkins, the president of the Dermott senior class who was in charge of the concert, the girls quickly began to make plans to invite Elvis and his band members Scotty Moore and Bill Black to an after-concert party in McGehee, an invitation that he freely accepted.

Berta Jo Taulbee in And yes, Patsy Mc refutes the Graceland claim that Elvis Hot Dermott Arkansas girls not own a pink Cadillac inbecause she and her classmates know better. Scotty and Bill followed in another car on the way to McGehee.

Pat Lally in However, Patsy Mc admitted that she was rather disappointed when the first thing Elvis did when he entered the house was ask where the bathroom was. Roberta Wyeth in A second disappointment came when some of the girls and Scotty and Bill started dancing to the music. Throughout the evening he was so gracious and attentive to Mrs. Lally that when he left she was convinced that he was one of the nicest young men she had ever met. That opinion was shared by the girls when the next day they met and talked about the evening.

Their conclusions seemed to be confirmed some months later.

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However, after the first song or two Elvis spoke to Pat and asked about her mother. That thoughtful act convinced all concerned that Mrs. Lally was right: Elvis Presley was a very nice young man—a true Southern Gentleman. Although each had a slightly different memory of what happened that evening, they Hot Dermott Arkansas girls agreed that it was an incredible experience, one that they would never forget. So although it took me a while to become a fan of Elvis and his music back inthe girls from my class of became devoted and lifelong fans from their very first personal encounter with the future King of Rock and Roll.

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