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Stories from Thursday, June 24, 2004

Wideman Water Project slated to begin next month (06/24/04)
Calico Rock Mayor Ronnie Guthrie told the Calico Rock City Council June 14 that easement work for the Wideman Water Project is tentatively scheduled to begin in July. The Wideman Water Project is a $1.8 million effort to incorporate parts of the Wideman area into the Calico Rock water system...
RELAY FOR LIFE (06/24/04)
The Bank of Thayer Relay for Life Team raised in excess of $10,000 during the recent Oregon County Relay for Life. The two Bank of Thayer teams received the Gold Fund-Raising Club Level and were recognized as the two first place teams for the most funds raised and also as the first place for the most funds raised by a group. ...
Thayer FBLA attends leadership conference (06/24/04)
THAYER -- Members of the Thayer Future Business Leaders (FBLA) Chapter recently attended the 2004 Missouri FBLA Leadership Conference held April 18-20 in Columbia. Over 2,300 members and advisors representing 389 chapters from throughout the state met to elect state officers, transact business of the state chapter, participate in leadership and career workshops, and compete in the state leadership awards program...
Joe M. Hilton Scholarships awarded (06/24/04)
AREA -- Three area students have been selected to each receive a scholarship from the Joe M. Hilton Elks Memorial Scholarship Fund. Applications were accepted from any senior from Alton, Couch, Koshkonong, Thayer and Mammoth Spring who plan on attending an accredited college the fall semester 2004...
Local men get jail time (06/24/04)
ALTON -- The Oregon County Sheriff's Department transported a Thayer man back to Oregon County from Jefferson City last week on a failure to appear charge. Troy E. O'Banion, 31, of Thayer is being held in Thayer city jail because he failed to appear on a charge of damaging the Oregon County jail and jail property on Aug. 16, 2003...
Bailey to be chamber banquet guest (06/24/04)
THAYER -- Former Missouri State Treasurer Wendell Bailey will be the featured speaker at the June 28 Thayer Chamber of Commerce banquet. The banquet will start at 6:30 p.m. at the Warm Fork Restaurant with Bailey scheduled to speak at 7 p.m. The Citizen of the Year award will be announced at the banquet. The award is presented by the chamber annually to a deserving person who has displayed distinguished public service...
Izard inmate caught in county (06/24/04)
A Stone County man who escaped from the Izard County Detention Center June 21, was apprehended by law enforcement officials west of Knob Creek the next day. David Lee Armstrong, 45, is being charged with first degree escape, residential burglary, theft of property and felon in possession of a firearm...
Hula girl ... (06/24/04)
HILLBILLY OLYMPICS: Falon Williams, 3, of Williford participates in the hula hoop contest June 19 at the Hillbilly Olympics in Hardy's Loberg Park. Twenty-five contestants participated in the event.
Salem man charged with rape (06/24/04)
A Salem man charged with multiple sexual assault counts in April 2003 had two of those charges upgraded to rape June 15 by 16th Judicial District Deputy Prosecutor Dwayne Plumlee. Arkansas State Police Investigator Becky Vacco said Theo M. Morris, 27, was originally charged with three counts of sexual assault in the second degree. She said the case was reviewed and Plumlee decided to revise the charges...
Body found in Izard cabin (06/24/04)
The body of an elderly man was discovered June 20 inside a cabin, west of Jumbo Road, overlooking Mill Creek. Officials at the Izard County Sheriff's Office said the man's body may have been in the cabin for several months. The body was sent to the Arkansas State Medical Examiners Office for a positive identification and cause of death...
Accounting seminar set (06/24/04)
WEST PLAINS, Mo. - Southwest Missouri State University-West Plains' Small Business Development Center and the University of Missouri Outreach and Extension in West Plains will offer a two-day seminar on the QuickBooks Pro accounting program July 26-27 in West Plains...
Sharp judge to look at shop plans (06/24/04)
Sharp County will clear land and be responsible for all the site work to cut down on costs for a proposed county road shop to be located on Fairgrounds Road. At the June 14 quorum court meeting, JP Dennis Burton said he and local contractor Ron Henry had made preliminary plans for the new 7,000-square-foot building with three bays, a pit and an office for approximately $115,000...
Couch students attend peer training workshop (06/24/04)
WEST PLAINS -- Approximately 145 sixth, seventh and eighth grade students and their sponsors from the south central Missouri region attended a peer mediation training workshop in early June at Southwest Missouri State University-West Plains. Four students from Couch School -- Logan McGhee, Zac Fling, Emily Bridges and Shantana Collins -- as well as their advisor, Reba Wood, attended the training sessions...
Cluts resigns from Bend council (06/24/04)
For the third time in as many months, the Horseshoe Bend City Council is replacing one of its own. Ward 1 position 2 Alderman Owen Cluts resigned from the council June 21 at the meeting. "I didn't expect to get married this quick," said Cluts with a laugh. Cluts, a member of the council since December, said he and his new wife decided to move to Walls, Miss...
Local men get jail time (06/24/04)
ALTON -- The Oregon County Sheriff's Department transported a Thayer man back to Oregon County from Jefferson City last week on a failure to appear charge. Troy E. O'Banion, 31, of Thayer is being held in Thayer city jail because he failed to appear on a charge of damaging the Oregon County jail and jail property on Aug. 16, 2003...
RELAY FOR LIFE (06/24/04)
The Bank of Thayer Relay for Life Team raised in excess of $10,000 during the recent Oregon County Relay for Life. The two Bank of Thayer teams received the Gold Fund-Raising Club Level and were recognized as the two first place teams for the most funds raised and also as the first place for the most funds raised by a group. ...
Bailey to be chamber banquet guest (06/24/04)
THAYER -- Former Missouri State Treasurer Wendell Bailey will be the featured speaker at the June 28 Thayer Chamber of Commerce banquet. The banquet will start at 6:30 p.m. at the Warm Fork Restaurant with Bailey scheduled to speak at 7 p.m. The Citizen of the Year award will be announced at the banquet. The award is presented by the chamber annually to a deserving person who has displayed distinguished public service...
Joe M. Hilton Scholarships awarded (06/24/04)
AREA -- Three area students have been selected to each receive a scholarship from the Joe M. Hilton Elks Memorial Scholarship Fund. Applications were accepted from any senior from Alton, Couch, Koshkonong, Thayer and Mammoth Spring who plan on attending an accredited college the fall semester 2004...
Thayer FBLA attends leadership conference (06/24/04)
THAYER -- Members of the Thayer Future Business Leaders (FBLA) Chapter recently attended the 2004 Missouri FBLA Leadership Conference held April 18-20 in Columbia. Over 2,300 members and advisors representing 389 chapters from throughout the state met to elect state officers, transact business of the state chapter, participate in leadership and career workshops, and compete in the state leadership awards program...
Wideman Water Project slated to begin next month (06/24/04)
Calico Rock Mayor Ronnie Guthrie told the Calico Rock City Council June 14 that easement work for the Wideman Water Project is tentatively scheduled to begin in July. The Wideman Water Project is a $1.8 million effort to incorporate parts of the Wideman area into the Calico Rock water system...
Hula girl ... (06/24/04)
HILLBILLY OLYMPICS: Falon Williams, 3, of Williford participates in the hula hoop contest June 19 at the Hillbilly Olympics in Hardy's Loberg Park. Twenty-five contestants participated in the event.
Accounting seminar set (06/24/04)
WEST PLAINS, Mo. - Southwest Missouri State University-West Plains' Small Business Development Center and the University of Missouri Outreach and Extension in West Plains will offer a two-day seminar on the QuickBooks Pro accounting program July 26-27 in West Plains...
Izard inmate caught in county (06/24/04)
A Stone County man who escaped from the Izard County Detention Center June 21, was apprehended by law enforcement officials west of Knob Creek the next day. David Lee Armstrong, 45, is being charged with first degree escape, residential burglary, theft of property and felon in possession of a firearm...
Body found in Izard cabin (06/24/04)
The body of an elderly man was discovered June 20 inside a cabin, west of Jumbo Road, overlooking Mill Creek. Officials at the Izard County Sheriff's Office said the man's body may have been in the cabin for several months. The body was sent to the Arkansas State Medical Examiners Office for a positive identification and cause of death...
Salem man charged with rape (06/24/04)
A Salem man charged with multiple sexual assault counts in April 2003 had two of those charges upgraded to rape June 15 by 16th Judicial District Deputy Prosecutor Dwayne Plumlee. Arkansas State Police Investigator Becky Vacco said Theo M. Morris, 27, was originally charged with three counts of sexual assault in the second degree. She said the case was reviewed and Plumlee decided to revise the charges...
Cluts resigns from Bend council (06/24/04)
For the third time in as many months, the Horseshoe Bend City Council is replacing one of its own. Ward 1 position 2 Alderman Owen Cluts resigned from the council June 21 at the meeting. "I didn't expect to get married this quick," said Cluts with a laugh. Cluts, a member of the council since December, said he and his new wife decided to move to Walls, Miss...
Couch students attend peer training workshop (06/24/04)
WEST PLAINS -- Approximately 145 sixth, seventh and eighth grade students and their sponsors from the south central Missouri region attended a peer mediation training workshop in early June at Southwest Missouri State University-West Plains. Four students from Couch School -- Logan McGhee, Zac Fling, Emily Bridges and Shantana Collins -- as well as their advisor, Reba Wood, attended the training sessions...
Sharp judge to look at shop plans (06/24/04)
Sharp County will clear land and be responsible for all the site work to cut down on costs for a proposed county road shop to be located on Fairgrounds Road. At the June 14 quorum court meeting, JP Dennis Burton said he and local contractor Ron Henry had made preliminary plans for the new 7,000-square-foot building with three bays, a pit and an office for approximately $115,000...
Marshall, Smolder wed (06/24/04)
Steve and Cheryl Marshall of Cherokee Village have announced the marriage of their daughter, Lea René to Ramond Lee Smolder, son of Janetta and Carey Fortune of Williford. The wedding took place June 5 at First Baptist Church of Hardy. Officiating the ceremony was Larry Kindrick...
Lee, Black to wed (06/24/04)
Heather Cheri Lee and Quentin Keith Black will unite in marriage July 10 at First Baptist Church of Willard, Mo. The bride-elect is the daughter of Donita Hall of Willard and Alan Lee of Perry, Ga. She is the granddaughter of Don Hall of Mammoth Spring...
Garrison turns 85 (06/24/04)
Family and friends of Lucille Garrison surprised her May 16 by attending church with her at Byrd Freewill Baptist Church then having a birthday lunch for her. Garrison turned 85 May 17. All six of her children were present as well as most of her grandchildren and many of her great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Her children included Tom, Carroll, Bill and David Garrison and Kathy Bray, all of Myrtle, and Steve Garrison of Salem, Ark...
Vendors wanted for Hardy craft festival (06/24/04)
Main Street Hardy is now taking applications for vendors for the Old Hardy Town Arts and Crafts Festival. This is a juried event, and all crafts must be handmade, handcrafted or homegrown by the vendor. No food vendors please. For information concerning craft booth availability, event information or a vendor application, contact Cecilia Mullins at 870-856-3571 or mainstreethardy@ centurytel.net...
Haddick, Manry to wed (06/24/04)
Amy Haddick and Dylan Manry will exchange vows July 17, 2004, in Polson, Mont. The bride-elect is the daughter of Gale and Kathryn Haddick of Polson. The groom's parents are Gary Manry of Salem, and Chris Chimo of Mountain Home. The couple will reside in Missoula, Mont...
Sharp County accepting applications for fair booths (06/24/04)
The Sharp County Fair is taking applications for fair booths. Reservations and money should be in by July 6. For more information call Nancy Orr at 994-7325. The theme for the Sharp County Fair is "Happy Harvest." The theme should make it easy as there are so many fall things such as scarecrows, pumpkins and leaves. Entries in the home economics and horticulture will be July 26 from 1 to 6 p.m...
Christianson, Weiand unite in marriage (06/24/04)
Lisa Christianson and Kurt Weiand united in marriage May 15 at The Angels at Rose Hall Mansion in Eureka Springs. The bride is the daughter of Terry Darnall of Jonesboro, and Cathy Boyd of Ravenden. The groom is the son of Ken Weiand of Hardy, and the late Janet Weiand...
Garrison turns 85 (06/24/04)
Family and friends of Lucille Garrison surprised her May 16 by attending church with her at Byrd Freewill Baptist Church then having a birthday lunch for her. Garrison turned 85 May 17. All six of her children were present as well as most of her grandchildren and many of her great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Her children included Tom, Carroll, Bill and David Garrison and Kathy Bray, all of Myrtle, and Steve Garrison of Salem, Ark...
Marshall, Smolder wed (06/24/04)
Steve and Cheryl Marshall of Cherokee Village have announced the marriage of their daughter, Lea René to Ramond Lee Smolder, son of Janetta and Carey Fortune of Williford. The wedding took place June 5 at First Baptist Church of Hardy. Officiating the ceremony was Larry Kindrick...
Lee, Black to wed (06/24/04)
Heather Cheri Lee and Quentin Keith Black will unite in marriage July 10 at First Baptist Church of Willard, Mo. The bride-elect is the daughter of Donita Hall of Willard and Alan Lee of Perry, Ga. She is the granddaughter of Don Hall of Mammoth Spring...
Christianson, Weiand unite in marriage (06/24/04)
Lisa Christianson and Kurt Weiand united in marriage May 15 at The Angels at Rose Hall Mansion in Eureka Springs. The bride is the daughter of Terry Darnall of Jonesboro, and Cathy Boyd of Ravenden. The groom is the son of Ken Weiand of Hardy, and the late Janet Weiand...
Sharp County accepting applications for fair booths (06/24/04)
The Sharp County Fair is taking applications for fair booths. Reservations and money should be in by July 6. For more information call Nancy Orr at 994-7325. The theme for the Sharp County Fair is "Happy Harvest." The theme should make it easy as there are so many fall things such as scarecrows, pumpkins and leaves. Entries in the home economics and horticulture will be July 26 from 1 to 6 p.m...
Vendors wanted for Hardy craft festival (06/24/04)
Main Street Hardy is now taking applications for vendors for the Old Hardy Town Arts and Crafts Festival. This is a juried event, and all crafts must be handmade, handcrafted or homegrown by the vendor. No food vendors please. For information concerning craft booth availability, event information or a vendor application, contact Cecilia Mullins at 870-856-3571 or mainstreethardy@ centurytel.net...
Haddick, Manry to wed (06/24/04)
Amy Haddick and Dylan Manry will exchange vows July 17, 2004, in Polson, Mont. The bride-elect is the daughter of Gale and Kathryn Haddick of Polson. The groom's parents are Gary Manry of Salem, and Chris Chimo of Mountain Home. The couple will reside in Missoula, Mont...
Ostermann in as new Grizzly hoops coach (06/24/04)
The last step in the hiring process for the new Grizzly Basketball staff at Southwest Missouri State University-West Plains (SMSU-WP) took place June 18 when the SMSU Board of Governors gave its stamp of approval to the choices of Brian Ostermann and his brother, Chad Ostermann, as head coach and assistant head coach, respectively...
Beasts of the East comfortable on, off the gridiron (06/24/04)
I finally have an answer to those old Wendy's commercials from the early 1980s. You know the ones. The little old lady looks over a paltry-sized hamburger while shouting out, "Where's the beef?" Well, my friends, I have seen the beef. And what a collection of beef it was as the East Boys' Basketball All-Stars took the floor June 17 at Bud Walton arena...
Davidson's East squad outshines West in 22-point All-Star rout (06/24/04)
Playing on a big stage is nothing new to Melbourne's Jordan Davidson. After all, the former Bearkat has played in three out of the last four Class AA Final Fours, helping Melbourne to a 119-7 record during this time frame, while racking up more individual honors than the average trophy case will hold...
Lady Kat helps hurl East into record books (06/24/04)
For Melinda Guffey, it was like a return to old stomping grounds. For Kristen Teague, it was participating in a part of history. Viola's Guffey and Melbourne's Teague took the field at LadyBack Yard in Fayetteville June 16 as members of the East Girls' Softball All-Stars, squaring off against the West All-Stars in double-header action, part of the 49th Tyson/Wal-Mart All-Star Classic...
Ostermann in as new Grizzly hoops coach (06/24/04)
The last step in the hiring process for the new Grizzly Basketball staff at Southwest Missouri State University-West Plains (SMSU-WP) took place June 18 when the SMSU Board of Governors gave its stamp of approval to the choices of Brian Ostermann and his brother, Chad Ostermann, as head coach and assistant head coach, respectively...
Lady Kat helps hurl East into record books (06/24/04)
For Melinda Guffey, it was like a return to old stomping grounds. For Kristen Teague, it was participating in a part of history. Viola's Guffey and Melbourne's Teague took the field at LadyBack Yard in Fayetteville June 16 as members of the East Girls' Softball All-Stars, squaring off against the West All-Stars in double-header action, part of the 49th Tyson/Wal-Mart All-Star Classic...
Davidson's East squad outshines West in 22-point All-Star rout (06/24/04)
Playing on a big stage is nothing new to Melbourne's Jordan Davidson. After all, the former Bearkat has played in three out of the last four Class AA Final Fours, helping Melbourne to a 119-7 record during this time frame, while racking up more individual honors than the average trophy case will hold...
Beasts of the East comfortable on, off the gridiron (06/24/04)
I finally have an answer to those old Wendy's commercials from the early 1980s. You know the ones. The little old lady looks over a paltry-sized hamburger while shouting out, "Where's the beef?" Well, my friends, I have seen the beef. And what a collection of beef it was as the East Boys' Basketball All-Stars took the floor June 17 at Bud Walton arena...
Joyce Marie Bryant (06/24/04)
Joyce Marie Bryant, of Oxford, daughter of Thelma Faye Ballard Sherrell and the late Eldridge Sherrell, was born April 16, 1943, in Oxford, Ark. She died June 19, 2004, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo., at the age of 61. She married Gerold Wayne Bryant Dec. ...
Pearl Theadora Boles (06/24/04)
Pearl Theadora Boles, was born Nov. 22, 1904, in Pueblo, Colo., and died June 16, 2004, in West Plains, Mo at the age of 99 years. She married Malvern Earl Boles on Dec. 22, 1926, in Salem, Ark. She was a homemaker, a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother...
Robert L. Swan (06/24/04)
Robert L. Swan of Calico Rock, son of the late Charles Lesley Swan and Mary Mitsch Swan was born on Nov. 20, 1943, in New Brunswick, N.J. He died June 14, 2004, in Little Rock, at the age of 60. He married Colene Hunt July 8, 1961, in Calico Rock, Ark., and to this union two children were born...
Paul Lamphiere (06/24/04)
Paul Lamphiere, 67, of Cherokee Village died June 15, 2004, at his home. He was born March 1, 1937. Survivors include his wife, Cheryl A. Lamphiere of Cherokee Village. Arrange-ments are incomplete but will be by the Heath Funeral Home, Oak Hill Chapel of Hardy...
Melvin Louis Flack (06/24/04)
Melvin Louis Flack, 84, of Cherokee Village, died June 17, 2004, in Cherokee Village, Ark. Born July 2, 1919, in Bethalto, Ill., he was the son of John Lewis Flack and Bertha Florence England Flack. He worked as a service manager before retiring from Ruan Transport in Alton. He retired and moved to Salem, then to Cherokee Village in 1991...
J.B. Robinson (06/24/04)
J.B. Robinson, popped in the world, weighing a whopping 10 pounds on Jan. 29, 1929, in Hardy, Ark., as the 7th child of George Albert and Iva Robin-son. He grew up in Hardy, fishing and swimming in the Spring River. During his teens he worked at a hotel. ...
Bobby Joe Rhoads (06/24/04)
Bob Rhoads, 69, son of Lonnie and Willie Hall Rhoads was born Jan. 11, 1935, in Salem, Ark. He died June 4, 2004, at his home in Kansas City, Mo. He attended Salem High School and graduated with the class of 1954. He then attended the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. He also worked for a packing company while there...
Melva Pauline Cordell (06/24/04)
Melva Pauline Cordell, 80, Independence, Mo., died May 10, 2004, at her home. She was born Feb. 28, 1924, in Mammoth Spring, Ark., the daughter of Joseph Henry and Frances Adeline Haney Swope. She married Charles Dean Cordell on Dec. 22, 19877, in Independence, Mo...
Earlene Cossey (06/24/04)
Earlene Cossey, 66, of Hardy died June 14, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Medical Center in Cherokee Village. Born Feb. 8, 1938, in Fulton, Miss., she was the daughter of Eddie and Myrtie Moses Williams. She was a homemaker. Survivors include two sons -- Bill Cossey of Williford and Riley Cossey of Monroe, Ark.; two daughters -- Sue Miller of West Helena and Kelly Colt of Colt, Ark.; a step-son, Gene Cossey; 30 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren...
Neva Rosier Paden (06/24/04)
Neva Alma Rosier Paden, 90, of Independence, Mo., died June 11, 2004, at Raymore Health Care. Paden was born Nov. 16, 1913, in Shady Grove, Ark., to the union of David Michael and Margaret Lou Casey Rosier. She was the youngest of eight children. Neva served the Lord for many years at Beaumont Baptist Church in Kansas City and later at Susquehanna Baptist Church in Indepen-dence, Mo. ...
Billy Von Cantrell (06/24/04)
Billy Von Cantrell, of Calico Rock, son of Esther Lee Cantrell and the late William Davis Cantrell, was born Oct. 30, 1943, in Wideman, Ark. He died June 13, 2004, in Calico Rock, Ark., at the age of 60. He married Lavonne McNeil on March 2, 1963, in Calico Rock, Ark., and to this union three children were born. During his working years, he worked for the Union Pacific Railroad. He was of the Methodist faith...
Onah Beth Dihel (06/24/04)
Onah Beth Dihel, of Viola, daughter of the late Charlie Dixon and Lee Jackson Dixon, was born Aug. 27, 1916, in Fulton County, Ark. She died June 13, 2004, at the Mary Jane Foster home in Viola at the age of 87 years. She married Ray Dihel Dec. 24, 1937, in West Plains, Mo. ...
Sharon Kay Henson (06/24/04)
Sharon Kay Henson, 51, of West Helena, Ark., died June 14, 2004. Born March 25, 1953, she was the daughter of William Albert Godfrey and Eunice Marie Duren Godfrey. She was married to Jerry Henson. She was director of health and safety at ATG Tool Factory, and was a member PCWBA Phillips County Women's Bowling Association...
Von C. Mullen (06/24/04)
Von C. Mullen, 93, of Little Rock, formerly of Walnut Ridge, died June 12, 2004, at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock. Born Feb. 12, 1911, in Strawberry, he was the son of William Riley and Emma Campbell Mullen. He was united in marriage June 14, 1938, to Cleotta Inez Booth in Walnut Ridge. ...
Melva Pauline Cordell (06/24/04)
Melva Pauline Cordell, 80, Independence, Mo., died May 10, 2004, at her home. She was born Feb. 28, 1924, in Mammoth Spring, Ark., the daughter of Joseph Henry and Frances Adeline Haney Swope. She married Charles Dean Cordell on Dec. 22, 19877, in Independence, Mo...
Bobby Joe Rhoads (06/24/04)
Bob Rhoads, 69, son of Lonnie and Willie Hall Rhoads was born Jan. 11, 1935, in Salem, Ark. He died June 4, 2004, at his home in Kansas City, Mo. He attended Salem High School and graduated with the class of 1954. He then attended the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. He also worked for a packing company while there...
Earlene Cossey (06/24/04)
Earlene Cossey, 66, of Hardy died June 14, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Medical Center in Cherokee Village. Born Feb. 8, 1938, in Fulton, Miss., she was the daughter of Eddie and Myrtie Moses Williams. She was a homemaker. Survivors include two sons -- Bill Cossey of Williford and Riley Cossey of Monroe, Ark.; two daughters -- Sue Miller of West Helena and Kelly Colt of Colt, Ark.; a step-son, Gene Cossey; 30 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren...
J.B. Robinson (06/24/04)
J.B. Robinson, popped in the world, weighing a whopping 10 pounds on Jan. 29, 1929, in Hardy, Ark., as the 7th child of George Albert and Iva Robin-son. He grew up in Hardy, fishing and swimming in the Spring River. During his teens he worked at a hotel. ...
Pearl Theadora Boles (06/24/04)
Pearl Theadora Boles, was born Nov. 22, 1904, in Pueblo, Colo., and died June 16, 2004, in West Plains, Mo at the age of 99 years. She married Malvern Earl Boles on Dec. 22, 1926, in Salem, Ark. She was a homemaker, a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother...
Von C. Mullen (06/24/04)
Von C. Mullen, 93, of Little Rock, formerly of Walnut Ridge, died June 12, 2004, at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock. Born Feb. 12, 1911, in Strawberry, he was the son of William Riley and Emma Campbell Mullen. He was united in marriage June 14, 1938, to Cleotta Inez Booth in Walnut Ridge. ...
Paul Lamphiere (06/24/04)
Paul Lamphiere, 67, of Cherokee Village died June 15, 2004, at his home. He was born March 1, 1937. Survivors include his wife, Cheryl A. Lamphiere of Cherokee Village. Arrange-ments are incomplete but will be by the Heath Funeral Home, Oak Hill Chapel of Hardy...
Robert L. Swan (06/24/04)
Robert L. Swan of Calico Rock, son of the late Charles Lesley Swan and Mary Mitsch Swan was born on Nov. 20, 1943, in New Brunswick, N.J. He died June 14, 2004, in Little Rock, at the age of 60. He married Colene Hunt July 8, 1961, in Calico Rock, Ark., and to this union two children were born...
Melvin Louis Flack (06/24/04)
Melvin Louis Flack, 84, of Cherokee Village, died June 17, 2004, in Cherokee Village, Ark. Born July 2, 1919, in Bethalto, Ill., he was the son of John Lewis Flack and Bertha Florence England Flack. He worked as a service manager before retiring from Ruan Transport in Alton. He retired and moved to Salem, then to Cherokee Village in 1991...
Sharon Kay Henson (06/24/04)
Sharon Kay Henson, 51, of West Helena, Ark., died June 14, 2004. Born March 25, 1953, she was the daughter of William Albert Godfrey and Eunice Marie Duren Godfrey. She was married to Jerry Henson. She was director of health and safety at ATG Tool Factory, and was a member PCWBA Phillips County Women's Bowling Association...
Neva Rosier Paden (06/24/04)
Neva Alma Rosier Paden, 90, of Independence, Mo., died June 11, 2004, at Raymore Health Care. Paden was born Nov. 16, 1913, in Shady Grove, Ark., to the union of David Michael and Margaret Lou Casey Rosier. She was the youngest of eight children. Neva served the Lord for many years at Beaumont Baptist Church in Kansas City and later at Susquehanna Baptist Church in Indepen-dence, Mo. ...
Joyce Marie Bryant (06/24/04)
Joyce Marie Bryant, of Oxford, daughter of Thelma Faye Ballard Sherrell and the late Eldridge Sherrell, was born April 16, 1943, in Oxford, Ark. She died June 19, 2004, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo., at the age of 61. She married Gerold Wayne Bryant Dec. ...
Billy Von Cantrell (06/24/04)
Billy Von Cantrell, of Calico Rock, son of Esther Lee Cantrell and the late William Davis Cantrell, was born Oct. 30, 1943, in Wideman, Ark. He died June 13, 2004, in Calico Rock, Ark., at the age of 60. He married Lavonne McNeil on March 2, 1963, in Calico Rock, Ark., and to this union three children were born. During his working years, he worked for the Union Pacific Railroad. He was of the Methodist faith...
Onah Beth Dihel (06/24/04)
Onah Beth Dihel, of Viola, daughter of the late Charlie Dixon and Lee Jackson Dixon, was born Aug. 27, 1916, in Fulton County, Ark. She died June 13, 2004, at the Mary Jane Foster home in Viola at the age of 87 years. She married Ray Dihel Dec. 24, 1937, in West Plains, Mo. ...
Sarah Emily Young (06/24/04)
Jim and Kellie Young of Salem have announced the birth of a daughter, Sarah Emily Young, June 16, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She weighed 6 pounds, 13-1/2 ounces, and was welcomed by her siblings, Dylan and Cole Young. Grandparents are Melba Arrington, the late Bernard Arrington and the late Chester and Nola Young...
William Xander Klaas Ausema (06/24/04)
Bennet and Connie Ausema of Mammoth Spring have announced the birth of their son, William Xander Klaas Ausema, at 12:44 p.m. May 19, 2004, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 7 pounds and was 19 1/2 inches long. He was welcomed home by his siblings, Alyssa, Alexa and Kenneth...
Ethan Douglas Homod (06/24/04)
Jim and Sheryln Homod of Keflavik Air Station in Iceland, formerly of Melbourne and Highland, have announced the birth of their son, Ethan Douglas Homod, at 12:30 a.m. June 2, 2004, at Keflavik Air Station. He weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long...
Osten Tavish Sutherland (06/24/04)
Thomas and Alexa Sutherland of Centerton, Ark., have announced the birth of their son, Osten Tavish Sutherland, at 7:59 a.m. June 14, 2004, at the Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces. He was welcomed home by his big sister, Olivea Leagsaidh and his cousin, Lucas Foster...
Weston McKay Gann (06/24/04)
Elton and Atosha Gann of West Plains have announced the birth of their son, Weston McKay Gann, at 12:53 a.m. June 5, 2004, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces and was 19 inches long.
Osten Tavish Sutherland (06/24/04)
Thomas and Alexa Sutherland of Centerton, Ark., have announced the birth of their son, Osten Tavish Sutherland, at 7:59 a.m. June 14, 2004, at the Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces. He was welcomed home by his big sister, Olivea Leagsaidh and his cousin, Lucas Foster...
Sarah Emily Young (06/24/04)
Jim and Kellie Young of Salem have announced the birth of a daughter, Sarah Emily Young, June 16, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She weighed 6 pounds, 13-1/2 ounces, and was welcomed by her siblings, Dylan and Cole Young. Grandparents are Melba Arrington, the late Bernard Arrington and the late Chester and Nola Young...
William Xander Klaas Ausema (06/24/04)
Bennet and Connie Ausema of Mammoth Spring have announced the birth of their son, William Xander Klaas Ausema, at 12:44 p.m. May 19, 2004, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 7 pounds and was 19 1/2 inches long. He was welcomed home by his siblings, Alyssa, Alexa and Kenneth...
Ethan Douglas Homod (06/24/04)
Jim and Sheryln Homod of Keflavik Air Station in Iceland, formerly of Melbourne and Highland, have announced the birth of their son, Ethan Douglas Homod, at 12:30 a.m. June 2, 2004, at Keflavik Air Station. He weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long...
Weston McKay Gann (06/24/04)
Elton and Atosha Gann of West Plains have announced the birth of their son, Weston McKay Gann, at 12:53 a.m. June 5, 2004, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces and was 19 inches long.
Blevins, Holt slate nuptials (06/24/04)
Russell and Angie Blevins of Violet Hill announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Brandie Leigh Blevins to Jeffrey Daniel Holt, son of J.D. and Angie Holt of Southside. The couple will be exchanging vows at 4 p.m. on June 26, 2004.
Preiser, McCullough to exchange vows (06/24/04)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCullough of Thayer, have announced the engagement of their son, Warren McCullough, to Taylor Preiser of Hot Springs Village, Ark. The bride-elect is a 2004 graduate of Lyon College in Batesville. The prospective groom is a 1997 graduate of Thayer High School and a 2001 graduate of Lyon College in Batesville...
Blevins, Holt slate nuptials (06/24/04)
Russell and Angie Blevins of Violet Hill announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Brandie Leigh Blevins to Jeffrey Daniel Holt, son of J.D. and Angie Holt of Southside. The couple will be exchanging vows at 4 p.m. on June 26, 2004.
Preiser, McCullough to exchange vows (06/24/04)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCullough of Thayer, have announced the engagement of their son, Warren McCullough, to Taylor Preiser of Hot Springs Village, Ark. The bride-elect is a 2004 graduate of Lyon College in Batesville. The prospective groom is a 1997 graduate of Thayer High School and a 2001 graduate of Lyon College in Batesville...
Bakers mark golden anniversary (06/24/04)
Claude I Baker Jr., alias Jud Baker, and Geneva May Baker of Cherokee Village will observe their golden wedding anniversary on June 24. Born and reared in Wichita, Kan., the couple met in June of 1954, as Genny was waiting at a bus stop. Jud asked her to lunch the next day and two months later the were married by then Judge B. Mack Bryant in Wichita...
Bakers mark golden anniversary (06/24/04)
Claude I Baker Jr., alias Jud Baker, and Geneva May Baker of Cherokee Village will observe their golden wedding anniversary on June 24. Born and reared in Wichita, Kan., the couple met in June of 1954, as Genny was waiting at a bus stop. Jud asked her to lunch the next day and two months later the were married by then Judge B. Mack Bryant in Wichita...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/24/04)
In 1954, a group of powerful men and women met in the Bilderberg Hotel in Holland to form an alliance whose purpose was to organize the world in a manner suitable to their liking. This alliance, known as the Bilderberg Group, has held annual meetings ever since to influence the fate of the world. This year is the 50th anniversary of the organization, made up of 120 prominent businessmen, politicians and European royalty...
Capitol Report (06/24/04)
As you may know, funding the education needs of our children is the top priority of the Missouri General Assembly after paying the debt of the state. In spite of the fact that Missouri's economy has been through the grinder the past few years, the House and Senate appropriated a substantial boost of $143 million for public education...
Walking With Jackie the Ripper (06/24/04)
Jack and I live rather close to the local school, and it is a great joy to hear the kids screaming and yelling in delight at recess. However, I feel blessed at not having to supervise these small ones in their play time. In my teaching career I much preferred the classroom to the playground...
Walking With Jackie the Ripper (06/24/04)
Jack and I live rather close to the local school, and it is a great joy to hear the kids screaming and yelling in delight at recess. However, I feel blessed at not having to supervise these small ones in their play time. In my teaching career I much preferred the classroom to the playground...
Capitol Report (06/24/04)
As you may know, funding the education needs of our children is the top priority of the Missouri General Assembly after paying the debt of the state. In spite of the fact that Missouri's economy has been through the grinder the past few years, the House and Senate appropriated a substantial boost of $143 million for public education...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/24/04)
In 1954, a group of powerful men and women met in the Bilderberg Hotel in Holland to form an alliance whose purpose was to organize the world in a manner suitable to their liking. This alliance, known as the Bilderberg Group, has held annual meetings ever since to influence the fate of the world. This year is the 50th anniversary of the organization, made up of 120 prominent businessmen, politicians and European royalty...