Some Presley references in the Harrison Arkansas Times and the Fayetteville Daily Democrat in Arkansas

Fayetteville Daily Democrat December 28, 1936
Presley – Means Wedding Sunday
Springdale, Dec. 28 – Milliard Means, son of Mrs. Blanche Means, and Miss Naomi Presley, daughter of Mrs. Ruby Presley, were married at the home of the latter, Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.

Mr. Means is teaching music in the Chelsea high school. Miss Presley has been employed as secretary in the Arkansas Western Gas office here. After a briefs tay here during Mr. Mean’s vacation, the couple will make their home at Chelsea, Okla.

Those attending the nuptials were Mr. and Mrs. Shaw and Miss Mary Jan Angus of Fayetteville, the last named furnished the music. Rev. H. O Bolin, who officiated; Mrs. Nelson and daughter of Chelsea; Mrs. Sturdivant and daughter, Mrs. Means; Mrs. Presley; Mr. and Mrs. Eual Fitzgerald; Miss Helen Jones and Austin Cravens.

Fayetteville Daily Democrat June 22, 1937
Mrs. Ruby Presley accompanied her nieces, Misses Lula and Alta Jeane Presley, of Wichita, Kas., who have been visiting her for the past week and her mother –in-law, Mrs. Mattie Presley, who resides with her, to Huntsville, Sunday where they will visit relatives several days. Mrs. Ruby Presley returned home Sunday afternoon.

Fayetteville Daily Democrat September 26, 1932
County Funds Paid Out July 1, 1930
J. B. Presley, J. P. fee

Harrison Times May 31, 1929
Farewell Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Thomason gave a big dinner Sunday, complimentary to their son, Sidney who left for Idaho Tuesday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ival Presley, Emma and Lotta Mae Presley, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lynn, and two sons Luther and Felix, Mr. and Mrs. Gas Presley, Mr.s and Mrs. Tom Fuller and two daughters Vera and Geneva, Mrs. ___ Grogan, Miss Inice Inman, Warren Ryan, Bryan Grogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ledbetter and son Carrol and Rae Curry of Harrison.

Harrison Times November 20, 1930
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White and son from Monette, Mo., visited the latter part of the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Presley.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Terry and family, Aunt Julia Albright, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kindall, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mrs. And Mrs. Ival Presley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ceal Murphy and family visited Mrs. and Mrs. J. L. Presley Sunday.

Northwest Arkansas Times Fayetteville December 9, 1940
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Presley of Washington, Mo., announce the birth of a daughter, Judith Ann, Dec. 6. Mrs. Presley is the former Miss Thelma Garrison of Fayetteville. She graduated from Fayetteville high school and Fayetteville Business college and is a former stenographer and librarian at the University College of Engineering. Mrs. Presley graduated from the College of Engineering in 1931.

Northwest Arkansas Times Fayetteville May 28, 1938
Earl Presley and Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bensing of Wash. Mo., visited the past week end with the former’s brother, Carl Presley and other relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Presley accompanied by Earl Frances of Wheaton, Mo, and Miss Lorene Presley of Savanah, Mo., attended the celebration of the pavement of the square Saturday and visited relatives and friends until Monday

Harrison Times June 11, 1931 Ridgeway
Loy Murphy and family of Harrison, Mrs. J. S. Murphy, Ceal Murphy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfre Kindall, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White and son of Monette, mo., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Presley
Dr. Blackwood was called Sunday to see J. L. Presley who is very ill.
Miss Jane Kindall is staying with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Presley

Northwest Arkansas Times - Fayetteville February 22, 1939
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Presley and family who have been residents of Rogers for the past few years have moved to Clifty where Mr. Presley, will operate a milk route from there to Rogers.
Three Birthdays Observed
Mrs. J. L. Auslam entertained with a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Auslam, her son, and her grandson, James Lee, whose birthdays all occur in this month. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Auslam and children; Mr. and Mrs. George Miller; Mrs. Duke Auslam and children; Mrs. James Lee Auslam and little sons, James Presley and Jerry Lynn Richardson; Rev. J. B. Presley, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cox.

Northwest Arkansas Times June 24, 1938
Announcements have been received of the marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Presley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Presley of Savannah, Mo., to James William Youngblood of Kansas City. Mrs. Youngblood, who is a niece of William L. Bunch and Carl Bunch of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Harry Fields of Springdale, is a granddaughter of the late J. N. Bunch of Kingston and the Rev. J. B. Presley, Methodist minister of Huntsville.

Northwest Arkansas Times September 24, 1938
O. M. Presley, accompanied by little grandson, Murmen Potter of Little Rock, visited his siter, Mrs. Joe McLoud of near Huntsville, his brother, Will Presley, of Clifty, and other relatives and old friends in Alabama and Marble communities last week. Mr. Presley has been employed the past 16 years in the circulation department of the Arkansas Gazette.