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Stories from Thursday, May 27, 2004

Ozark Iron Works closing (05/27/04)
Ozark Iron Works, the largest employer in Calico Rock, is closing July 15. Peter Landrum, head of engineering and administration at the company, said the factory is closing because its only customer, Longaberger Company, decided not to renew its contract...
Summer school offers a variety of subjects and activities (05/27/04)
THAYER -- Summer school will begin at Thayer School for grades K-12 June 2. Thayer High School Principal Keven Hedden said summer school is an excellent way to meet graduation requirements in a variety of ways. "Many students find that the pace and work load of the summer classes allow them to complete a course during the school year they may have failed. ...
Missing man found dead in creek (05/27/04)
The search for a missing man ended tragically May 19 when his body was pulled from the Little Piney Creek near the Antioch Church, east of Zion. According to Izard County Sheriff Joe Martz, the body of Denver Clay Hawkins, 56, of Zion was recovered by members of the Cherokee Village Fire and Rescue Department...
PRESIDENT LINCOLN (05/27/04)
Fourth grader Aaron Honeycutt dressed up as the 16th president of the United States during the Living Memorial held at Thayer Elementary School May 18. Teacher Shane Baker talks to the president about his job.
JUST A-SWINGIN' (05/27/04)
Lorenzo Offutt enjoys the late spring weather May 25 at the Salem City Park. He is the brother of Laticia and Linzea Offutt and the son of Tiffany Offutt.
Summer reading program set (05/27/04)
ALTON -- Alton Public Library will hold a summer reading program through the month of June. All programs will be held on Mondays, beginning June 7. All children are invited to attend the free programs. The first program will be Teresa the Magicianess. This program will be held at the Alton Elementary Multipurpose Building at 10 a.m. The same program will also be held the same day at 1 p.m. at Fun and Friends in Thayer...
Ash Flat increasing water, sewer rates (05/27/04)
Ash Flat residents will see an increase in their monthly bills with the recent increase of water rates and a proposed sewer rate increase in the city. The council unanimously agreed to raise the rates at a special council meeting May 10 to make the revenues meet the expenditures in the department...
'I Dare You' awards presented at CHS (05/27/04)
COUCH -- Lisa Ann Leroux, daughter of Keith and Carolyn Leroux, and Adam Ray Crowder, son of James and Phyllis Crowder, both of the Couch High School senior class, have each been awarded the national 'I Dare You' Leadership Award. According to officials at the school, the award is in recognition of personal integrity, balanced living and the potential for leadership. The award was presented by Couch High School principal Tom Bull in the honors assembly held May 14 in the school gym...
Knap-in slated (05/27/04)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The 3rd annual Flint Knap-In will be held June 18-20 at Mammoth Spring State Park. This is where the primitive art of making and using stone tools will be demonstrated. Flintknappers of the area are encouraged to join the park staff for an exchange of ideas, methods and materials. There is a $5 registration fee per knapper. The event is free to all others...
No explanation for ballot machine malfunction (05/27/04)
No one has accepted responsibility for a malfunction in a ballot scanner that forced Fulton County election officials to count ballots by hand for the primary election May 18. But despite the problem, the final vote tallies were certified by the secretary of state's office May 20...
Intersection meeting in the works (05/27/04)
THAYER -- Thayer resident Bill Manes is still on his mission to keep the children of Thayer safe, especially at the intersection of Highway 63 and Highway 142. Manes has been concerned that when the new elementary school opens this fall, children crossing that section of the highway will be in danger from the high volume of traffic, including big rigs, that run up and down the road...
PROCLAMATION (05/27/04)
Thayer Mayor Allen Deckard signed a proclamation last week declaring May 29 Veterans' Recognition Day in the city of Thayer. Thayer City Clerk Rosie Simpson and city employee Cindy Callahan look on.
Benefit planned for Tina Hatten (05/27/04)
THAYER -- A benefit for an Alton woman will be held at 7 p.m. May 29 at the Oregon County Country Music Theater in Thayer. The public is invited to attend. Tina Hatten, wife of Oregon County Economic Developer Edd Hatten, was diagnosed with cancer Feb. 2...
Summer school offers a variety of subjects and activities (05/27/04)
THAYER -- Summer school will begin at Thayer School for grades K-12 June 2. Thayer High School Principal Keven Hedden said summer school is an excellent way to meet graduation requirements in a variety of ways. "Many students find that the pace and work load of the summer classes allow them to complete a course during the school year they may have failed. ...
Missing man found dead in creek (05/27/04)
The search for a missing man ended tragically May 19 when his body was pulled from the Little Piney Creek near the Antioch Church, east of Zion. According to Izard County Sheriff Joe Martz, the body of Denver Clay Hawkins, 56, of Zion was recovered by members of the Cherokee Village Fire and Rescue Department...
Ozark Iron Works closing (05/27/04)
Ozark Iron Works, the largest employer in Calico Rock, is closing July 15. Peter Landrum, head of engineering and administration at the company, said the factory is closing because its only customer, Longaberger Company, decided not to renew its contract...
Ash Flat increasing water, sewer rates (05/27/04)
Ash Flat residents will see an increase in their monthly bills with the recent increase of water rates and a proposed sewer rate increase in the city. The council unanimously agreed to raise the rates at a special council meeting May 10 to make the revenues meet the expenditures in the department...
PRESIDENT LINCOLN (05/27/04)
Fourth grader Aaron Honeycutt dressed up as the 16th president of the United States during the Living Memorial held at Thayer Elementary School May 18. Teacher Shane Baker talks to the president about his job.
JUST A-SWINGIN' (05/27/04)
Lorenzo Offutt enjoys the late spring weather May 25 at the Salem City Park. He is the brother of Laticia and Linzea Offutt and the son of Tiffany Offutt.
PROCLAMATION (05/27/04)
Thayer Mayor Allen Deckard signed a proclamation last week declaring May 29 Veterans' Recognition Day in the city of Thayer. Thayer City Clerk Rosie Simpson and city employee Cindy Callahan look on.
Summer reading program set (05/27/04)
ALTON -- Alton Public Library will hold a summer reading program through the month of June. All programs will be held on Mondays, beginning June 7. All children are invited to attend the free programs. The first program will be Teresa the Magicianess. This program will be held at the Alton Elementary Multipurpose Building at 10 a.m. The same program will also be held the same day at 1 p.m. at Fun and Friends in Thayer...
Knap-in slated (05/27/04)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The 3rd annual Flint Knap-In will be held June 18-20 at Mammoth Spring State Park. This is where the primitive art of making and using stone tools will be demonstrated. Flintknappers of the area are encouraged to join the park staff for an exchange of ideas, methods and materials. There is a $5 registration fee per knapper. The event is free to all others...
No explanation for ballot machine malfunction (05/27/04)
No one has accepted responsibility for a malfunction in a ballot scanner that forced Fulton County election officials to count ballots by hand for the primary election May 18. But despite the problem, the final vote tallies were certified by the secretary of state's office May 20...
Intersection meeting in the works (05/27/04)
THAYER -- Thayer resident Bill Manes is still on his mission to keep the children of Thayer safe, especially at the intersection of Highway 63 and Highway 142. Manes has been concerned that when the new elementary school opens this fall, children crossing that section of the highway will be in danger from the high volume of traffic, including big rigs, that run up and down the road...
Benefit planned for Tina Hatten (05/27/04)
THAYER -- A benefit for an Alton woman will be held at 7 p.m. May 29 at the Oregon County Country Music Theater in Thayer. The public is invited to attend. Tina Hatten, wife of Oregon County Economic Developer Edd Hatten, was diagnosed with cancer Feb. 2...
'I Dare You' awards presented at CHS (05/27/04)
COUCH -- Lisa Ann Leroux, daughter of Keith and Carolyn Leroux, and Adam Ray Crowder, son of James and Phyllis Crowder, both of the Couch High School senior class, have each been awarded the national 'I Dare You' Leadership Award. According to officials at the school, the award is in recognition of personal integrity, balanced living and the potential for leadership. The award was presented by Couch High School principal Tom Bull in the honors assembly held May 14 in the school gym...
Knight, Head to wed (05/27/04)
Alissa Knight and Charles Head of Evening Shade will unite in marriage at 2 p.m. May 29 at Ash Flat Church of Christ. The bride-elect is the daughter of Jerry and Marilyn Knight of Hardy. The prospective groom is the son of LeVonne Head of Mammoth Spring...
Knight, Head to wed (05/27/04)
Alissa Knight and Charles Head of Evening Shade will unite in marriage at 2 p.m. May 29 at Ash Flat Church of Christ. The bride-elect is the daughter of Jerry and Marilyn Knight of Hardy. The prospective groom is the son of LeVonne Head of Mammoth Spring...
Baseball fund-raiser slated for Tri-County All-Stars (05/27/04)
A fund-raiser for the 10-year old, Cal Ripkin, Tri County All-Star Baseball Team will be June 19. A raffle is being held for the purchase of new uniforms, equipment and tournament fees for the All-Stars. Items to be raffled are: a 2004 Razorback baseball team signed baseball; a Razorback baseball jersey signed by head coach Dave Van Horn; a photo signed by Tom Pagnozzi; "1,000 win" Norm Debriyn limited edition print; a Frank Boyles bobble head; and a Norm Debriyn bobblehead...
Thayer takes fourth in state links (05/27/04)
A year after posting a third-place finish in the Class 1 State Golf Tournament last year, the Thayer Bobcats ended the 2004 season in the state's top five with a fourth place showing in this year's tourney at Springfield's Deer Lake Golf Course. The Bobcats shot a two-day total of 684, behind champion Salisbury's 640, Valle Catholic (680) and Gallatin (682)...
Bobcats ride fast train to district title (05/27/04)
Within walking distance of the baseball diamond at Thayer High School is a set of very busy train tracks. After the way the Bobcats played in the Class 1 District 4 Tournament at Thayer, it seems fitting these tracks are there. Pouring the coals to a finely-tuned offensive engine, the Bobcats drove a locomotive-sized hole straight through the middle of the tourney field, outscoring their three opponents by a combined score of 50-4, on their way to a district title and berth in the state playoffs.. ...
Baseball fund-raiser slated for Tri-County All-Stars (05/27/04)
A fund-raiser for the 10-year old, Cal Ripkin, Tri County All-Star Baseball Team will be June 19. A raffle is being held for the purchase of new uniforms, equipment and tournament fees for the All-Stars. Items to be raffled are: a 2004 Razorback baseball team signed baseball; a Razorback baseball jersey signed by head coach Dave Van Horn; a photo signed by Tom Pagnozzi; "1,000 win" Norm Debriyn limited edition print; a Frank Boyles bobble head; and a Norm Debriyn bobblehead...
Bobcats ride fast train to district title (05/27/04)
Within walking distance of the baseball diamond at Thayer High School is a set of very busy train tracks. After the way the Bobcats played in the Class 1 District 4 Tournament at Thayer, it seems fitting these tracks are there. Pouring the coals to a finely-tuned offensive engine, the Bobcats drove a locomotive-sized hole straight through the middle of the tourney field, outscoring their three opponents by a combined score of 50-4, on their way to a district title and berth in the state playoffs.. ...
Thayer takes fourth in state links (05/27/04)
A year after posting a third-place finish in the Class 1 State Golf Tournament last year, the Thayer Bobcats ended the 2004 season in the state's top five with a fourth place showing in this year's tourney at Springfield's Deer Lake Golf Course. The Bobcats shot a two-day total of 684, behind champion Salisbury's 640, Valle Catholic (680) and Gallatin (682)...
William Eldon Oldfield (05/27/04)
William Eldon Oldfield, 82, of Morriston, died May 18, 2004, at his home. Born April 1, 1922, in Morriston, he was the son of Willie Wiley Oldfield and Nora Taylor Oldfield. He married Clercie Goodson Oct. 3, 1944., in Senath, Mo. To this union a daughter was born...
Jimmy Clyde Brewer (05/27/04)
Jimmy Clyde Brewer, 55, of Hardy, died May 14, 2004. He was a professional painter by trade. He is survived by his two daughters - Amanda Nate Brewer Vankatesan and her husband, Keri, of Maryland, and Wendy Nicole Brewer Rhodes and her husband, David, of Missouri; a grandson, Speedy Bejamin Rhodes; and his mother, Billie Jean Brewer...
R.F. Farris (05/27/04)
R. F. Farris, 77, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died May 23, 2004 at Elvis Presley Trauma Center in Memphis, Tenn. He was born Jan. 27, 1927. Survivors include three sons -- Greg Farris and Butch Farris both of Cherokee Village and Randy Farris of Webberville, Mich.; and one daughter, Kathy Reed of Webberville, Mich...
Virgie Viola Hill (05/27/04)
Vergie Viola Hill, 95, of Ash Flat died May 18, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born April 9, 1909, in Haskell County, Okla., she was the daughter of Thomas Edward Young and Milteda Martha Lawson Young. She moved to Sharp County in September 2003 from California. She was a homemaker...
Mable Rose Devillez (05/27/04)
Mable Rose Devillez, 80, died April 23, 2004, in West Plains. Born Jan. 19, 1924, in Archbald, Pa., she was the daughter of Frederick Epply and Elizabeth White Epply. She married Henry Devillez April 1, 1946, in Washington, D.C. She was a homemaker and was of the Methodist faith. She will be missed by all who knew her...
Eugene Samuel Hall (05/27/04)
Eugene Samuel Hall, 92, of Cave City, Ark., died May 14, 2004, at Cave City Nursing Home in Cave City. Born Feb. 28, 1912, at Bennett, Neb., he was the son of James Samuel and Mary Edith Gochnauer Hall. He was a retired truck driver, farmer, an Army veteran of World War II, a member of the Masonic Lodge in Memphis, Tenn., the Shriners, Scottish Rite, The American Legion and was of the Methodist faith...
James Bryce Pruitt (05/27/04)
James Bryce Pruitt, 50, of Viola, died May 17, 2004, at Viola. Born Sept. 17, 1953, in Springfield, Mo., he was the son of Troy James Pruitt and Edyth Inez Crotts Pruitt Steele. He married Judy Gail Eppes July 14, 1998, in Salem. He spent his working years as a husband, step-father, step-grandfather and worked in quality control for the state of Arkansas...
Bunice Cora Tucker (05/27/04)
Bunice Cora Tucker, 94, of Agnos, died May 17, 2004, at Fulton County Hosptial in Salem. Born Nov. 13, 1909, in Pleasant Grove, she was the daughter of Randall Alexander "R.A." Kemper and Nancy Estes Kemper. She married Fred Tucker July 3, 1932, at Mammoth Spring. To this union three children were born...
Gerald "Jerry" Knapp (05/27/04)
Gerald Ford "Jerry" Knapp, 87, of Cherokee Village died May 16, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born Nov. 17, 1916, in Pleasantville, Iowa, he was the son of Walter Ford Knapp and Mable Travis Knapp. He married Jeane Sprow in Marshalltown, Iowa, in 1960. ...
Christina Brittingham (05/27/04)
Christina Brittingham, 86, of Hardy died May 19, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System in Cherokee Village. Born July 29, 1917, she was the daughter of Thenda Booth Walker and John Walker. She was a graduate of Arkansas State University. She retired from teaching at St. Louis County School System...
Ora Mae Cheever (05/27/04)
Ora Mae Cheever, daughter of the late Daniel T. Huddleston and Charlotte Alma Davis Huddleston, was born July 31, 1922 in Thomasville, Mo. and died May 17, 2004, at Alton, Mo., at the age of 81 years. She was married in 1941 to Arthur Stewart. She was united in marriage Dec. 14, 1949, at Alton, Mo. to Joe M. Cheever who preceded her in death...
Roberta Hall Wiseman (05/27/04)
Roberta Hall Wiseman, 84, of Salem died May 20, 2004 at Salem. Born May 24, 1919, in Heart, she was the daughter of Henry "Frank" Franklyn and Ada Belle Bishop Hall. She married Kenneth Hardeman Wiseman July 30, 1942, at Salem. She spent her working years as a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and owner/operator of Wiseman's Grocery Store in Salem. She was a member of Wheeling Church of Christ...
Billie Hawkins Stanley (05/27/04)
Billie Hawkins Stanley, 38, of Hardy died May 17, 2004, at his home. Born Dec. 20, 1965, in Kansas City, Kan., he was the son of Maggie Mae Gregory Hawkins and Benny Hawkins. He was employed by Raythion Aircraft. Survivors include a son, Colby Tate Stanley; a brother, Bobby Hawkins; and three sisters -- Glenda Fruitt, Patricia Gilmer and Lisa Ann Short...
Velma Idella Mitchell (05/27/04)
Velma Idella Mitchell, of Mountain Home, Ark., daughter of the late Charley and Lula Belle Morris Fountain, was born Sept. 5, 1922, in Wideman, Ark. She died May 23, 2004, at Care Manor Nursing Home in Mountain Home at the age of 81. She was married to Homer Wesley Mitchell on Sept. 28, 1940, in Paragould, Ark., and to this union two children were born. She was a homemaker and a Christian...
Frances Mayberry (05/27/04)
Frances Caroline Mayberry, 71, of Myrtle, Mo., formerly of this area, was born March 23, 1933 in Cardwell, Mo., and died May 22, 2004, at Myrtle, Mo. She was the daughter of Theodore Allen and Lexie Frances Hinesley Allen. She was married June 1, 1955, to Carles Francis Mayberry at Bragg City, Mo...
Robert Lawrence (05/27/04)
Robert Eudell Lawrence, 68, of Melbourne, Ark., son of the late Rex Lawrence and Effie Zela Cheatham Lawrence was born on Jan. 27, 1936, in Melbourne, Ark. He died May 23, 2004, in Melbourne, Ark. During his working years he was a carpenter and was of the Baptist faith...
Christina Brittingham (05/27/04)
Christina Brittingham, 86, of Hardy died May 19, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System in Cherokee Village. Born July 29, 1917, she was the daughter of Thenda Booth Walker and John Walker. She was a graduate of Arkansas State University. She retired from teaching at St. Louis County School System...
Bunice Cora Tucker (05/27/04)
Bunice Cora Tucker, 94, of Agnos, died May 17, 2004, at Fulton County Hosptial in Salem. Born Nov. 13, 1909, in Pleasant Grove, she was the daughter of Randall Alexander "R.A." Kemper and Nancy Estes Kemper. She married Fred Tucker July 3, 1932, at Mammoth Spring. To this union three children were born...
Mable Rose Devillez (05/27/04)
Mable Rose Devillez, 80, died April 23, 2004, in West Plains. Born Jan. 19, 1924, in Archbald, Pa., she was the daughter of Frederick Epply and Elizabeth White Epply. She married Henry Devillez April 1, 1946, in Washington, D.C. She was a homemaker and was of the Methodist faith. She will be missed by all who knew her...
Eugene Samuel Hall (05/27/04)
Eugene Samuel Hall, 92, of Cave City, Ark., died May 14, 2004, at Cave City Nursing Home in Cave City. Born Feb. 28, 1912, at Bennett, Neb., he was the son of James Samuel and Mary Edith Gochnauer Hall. He was a retired truck driver, farmer, an Army veteran of World War II, a member of the Masonic Lodge in Memphis, Tenn., the Shriners, Scottish Rite, The American Legion and was of the Methodist faith...
James Bryce Pruitt (05/27/04)
James Bryce Pruitt, 50, of Viola, died May 17, 2004, at Viola. Born Sept. 17, 1953, in Springfield, Mo., he was the son of Troy James Pruitt and Edyth Inez Crotts Pruitt Steele. He married Judy Gail Eppes July 14, 1998, in Salem. He spent his working years as a husband, step-father, step-grandfather and worked in quality control for the state of Arkansas...
Gerald "Jerry" Knapp (05/27/04)
Gerald Ford "Jerry" Knapp, 87, of Cherokee Village died May 16, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born Nov. 17, 1916, in Pleasantville, Iowa, he was the son of Walter Ford Knapp and Mable Travis Knapp. He married Jeane Sprow in Marshalltown, Iowa, in 1960. ...
Robert Lawrence (05/27/04)
Robert Eudell Lawrence, 68, of Melbourne, Ark., son of the late Rex Lawrence and Effie Zela Cheatham Lawrence was born on Jan. 27, 1936, in Melbourne, Ark. He died May 23, 2004, in Melbourne, Ark. During his working years he was a carpenter and was of the Baptist faith...
R.F. Farris (05/27/04)
R. F. Farris, 77, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died May 23, 2004 at Elvis Presley Trauma Center in Memphis, Tenn. He was born Jan. 27, 1927. Survivors include three sons -- Greg Farris and Butch Farris both of Cherokee Village and Randy Farris of Webberville, Mich.; and one daughter, Kathy Reed of Webberville, Mich...
Billie Hawkins Stanley (05/27/04)
Billie Hawkins Stanley, 38, of Hardy died May 17, 2004, at his home. Born Dec. 20, 1965, in Kansas City, Kan., he was the son of Maggie Mae Gregory Hawkins and Benny Hawkins. He was employed by Raythion Aircraft. Survivors include a son, Colby Tate Stanley; a brother, Bobby Hawkins; and three sisters -- Glenda Fruitt, Patricia Gilmer and Lisa Ann Short...
Virgie Viola Hill (05/27/04)
Vergie Viola Hill, 95, of Ash Flat died May 18, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born April 9, 1909, in Haskell County, Okla., she was the daughter of Thomas Edward Young and Milteda Martha Lawson Young. She moved to Sharp County in September 2003 from California. She was a homemaker...
William Eldon Oldfield (05/27/04)
William Eldon Oldfield, 82, of Morriston, died May 18, 2004, at his home. Born April 1, 1922, in Morriston, he was the son of Willie Wiley Oldfield and Nora Taylor Oldfield. He married Clercie Goodson Oct. 3, 1944., in Senath, Mo. To this union a daughter was born...
Frances Mayberry (05/27/04)
Frances Caroline Mayberry, 71, of Myrtle, Mo., formerly of this area, was born March 23, 1933 in Cardwell, Mo., and died May 22, 2004, at Myrtle, Mo. She was the daughter of Theodore Allen and Lexie Frances Hinesley Allen. She was married June 1, 1955, to Carles Francis Mayberry at Bragg City, Mo...
Ora Mae Cheever (05/27/04)
Ora Mae Cheever, daughter of the late Daniel T. Huddleston and Charlotte Alma Davis Huddleston, was born July 31, 1922 in Thomasville, Mo. and died May 17, 2004, at Alton, Mo., at the age of 81 years. She was married in 1941 to Arthur Stewart. She was united in marriage Dec. 14, 1949, at Alton, Mo. to Joe M. Cheever who preceded her in death...
Jimmy Clyde Brewer (05/27/04)
Jimmy Clyde Brewer, 55, of Hardy, died May 14, 2004. He was a professional painter by trade. He is survived by his two daughters - Amanda Nate Brewer Vankatesan and her husband, Keri, of Maryland, and Wendy Nicole Brewer Rhodes and her husband, David, of Missouri; a grandson, Speedy Bejamin Rhodes; and his mother, Billie Jean Brewer...
Velma Idella Mitchell (05/27/04)
Velma Idella Mitchell, of Mountain Home, Ark., daughter of the late Charley and Lula Belle Morris Fountain, was born Sept. 5, 1922, in Wideman, Ark. She died May 23, 2004, at Care Manor Nursing Home in Mountain Home at the age of 81. She was married to Homer Wesley Mitchell on Sept. 28, 1940, in Paragould, Ark., and to this union two children were born. She was a homemaker and a Christian...
Roberta Hall Wiseman (05/27/04)
Roberta Hall Wiseman, 84, of Salem died May 20, 2004 at Salem. Born May 24, 1919, in Heart, she was the daughter of Henry "Frank" Franklyn and Ada Belle Bishop Hall. She married Kenneth Hardeman Wiseman July 30, 1942, at Salem. She spent her working years as a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and owner/operator of Wiseman's Grocery Store in Salem. She was a member of Wheeling Church of Christ...
Mayenscheins to mark 68 years (05/27/04)
Maxene and Daryl Mayenschein of Cherokee Village will celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary June 4. The couple married June 4, 1936, in West Lima, Wisc. Their first home was in Chippewa Falls, Wisc. In 1941, Daryl was employed by Abbott Laboratories in North Chicago as a laborer and worked his way to research...
Mayenscheins to mark 68 years (05/27/04)
Maxene and Daryl Mayenschein of Cherokee Village will celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary June 4. The couple married June 4, 1936, in West Lima, Wisc. Their first home was in Chippewa Falls, Wisc. In 1941, Daryl was employed by Abbott Laboratories in North Chicago as a laborer and worked his way to research...
Warren, Madden to wed (05/27/04)
David Madden and Jane Warren of Koshkonong will be united in marriage at 3 p.m. May 29 at their home in Koshkonong. A reception will follow the ceremony. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Scott, Irvin slate nuptials (05/27/04)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scott of Ash Flat have announced the engagement of their daughter, Sara Marie, to Joe Irvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irvin of Violet Hill. The wedding will take place in September.
Cook, McCord to wed on farm (05/27/04)
Jayne Romine Cook and Kelvin McCord have announced their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Len and Avis Romine of Glencoe. The prospective groom is the son of Dale and Levda McCord of Ash Flat. The couple will marry at 6:30 p.m. June 5 at the Chad Himschoot farm located two miles south of Ash Flat on Antioch Road...
Cook, McCord to wed on farm (05/27/04)
Jayne Romine Cook and Kelvin McCord have announced their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Len and Avis Romine of Glencoe. The prospective groom is the son of Dale and Levda McCord of Ash Flat. The couple will marry at 6:30 p.m. June 5 at the Chad Himschoot farm located two miles south of Ash Flat on Antioch Road...
Scott, Irvin slate nuptials (05/27/04)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scott of Ash Flat have announced the engagement of their daughter, Sara Marie, to Joe Irvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irvin of Violet Hill. The wedding will take place in September.
Warren, Madden to wed (05/27/04)
David Madden and Jane Warren of Koshkonong will be united in marriage at 3 p.m. May 29 at their home in Koshkonong. A reception will follow the ceremony. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Hendersons celebrate 25th anniversary out West (05/27/04)
Jack and Mary Henderson of Rogersville celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary May 26. Jack Henderson and Mary Sanders were married May 26, 1979, in Springfield. To celebrate their anniversary, the couple traveled to Colorado, Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon...
Englands to mark 50 years (05/27/04)
The children of Richard and Martha England of Henderson, Tenn., will hold a 50th anniversary celebration for their parents May 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Atkins House in Mammoth Spring. The Englands lived in Mammoth Spring in the 1960s where Richard was minister of Mammoth Spring Church of Christ. His children -- Richard Jr., Bobby, Rebecca, Jimmy and Jonathan -- attended school in Mammoth Spring at that time...
Hendersons celebrate 25th anniversary out West (05/27/04)
Jack and Mary Henderson of Rogersville celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary May 26. Jack Henderson and Mary Sanders were married May 26, 1979, in Springfield. To celebrate their anniversary, the couple traveled to Colorado, Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon...
Englands to mark 50 years (05/27/04)
The children of Richard and Martha England of Henderson, Tenn., will hold a 50th anniversary celebration for their parents May 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Atkins House in Mammoth Spring. The Englands lived in Mammoth Spring in the 1960s where Richard was minister of Mammoth Spring Church of Christ. His children -- Richard Jr., Bobby, Rebecca, Jimmy and Jonathan -- attended school in Mammoth Spring at that time...
Walking With Jackie the Ripper (05/27/04)
A few years ago, before I got Jackie, I visited my granddaughter in Starkville, Mississippi, and she, knowing that I enjoy all things of a historical nature, drove me the few miles to Columbus where we toured some of the wonderful antebellum mansions to be found in this fine old town...
Boldly Going Nowhere (05/27/04)
A conspiracy is a secret agreement among a group of people attempting to conceal something. It's like a bad dream -- too nasty to deal with and too important to ignore. The two biggest conspiracies in our lifetimes, if true, are the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the cover-up of the presence of extraterrestrial beings on earth...
Boldly Going Nowhere (05/27/04)
A conspiracy is a secret agreement among a group of people attempting to conceal something. It's like a bad dream -- too nasty to deal with and too important to ignore. The two biggest conspiracies in our lifetimes, if true, are the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the cover-up of the presence of extraterrestrial beings on earth...
Walking With Jackie the Ripper (05/27/04)
A few years ago, before I got Jackie, I visited my granddaughter in Starkville, Mississippi, and she, knowing that I enjoy all things of a historical nature, drove me the few miles to Columbus where we toured some of the wonderful antebellum mansions to be found in this fine old town...