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Stories from Thursday, June 2, 2005

Drug raid in Salem (06/02/05)
Law officers used force to subdue a gun-wielding suspect in a drug raid May 24 in Salem. Michael R. Allen Jr., 36, has been charged with simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, a class Y felony; manufacture of marijuana, a class C felony; felon in possession of a firearm, a class B felony; possession of xanax without a prescription, a class C felony; possession of valium without a prescription, a class C felony; and criminal use of a prohibited weapon, a class D felony...
Jonesboro man dies from accidental stabbing (06/02/05)
A Jonesboro man died from what authorities are calling a self-inflicted stab wound May 29 at the Red Mule convenience store in Highland. According to the Oregon County, Mo., Sheriff's Department, Juan Salinas, 29, was airing up an air mattress at the Flash Market in Thayer when he stabbed himself in the leg with a knife; within two hours he bled to death...
Jonesboro man dies from accidental stabbing (06/02/05)
A Jonesboro man died from what authorities are calling a self-inflicted stab wound May 29 at the Red Mule convenience store in Highland. According to the Oregon County, Mo., Sheriff's Department, Juan Salinas, 29, was airing up an air mattress at the Flash Market in Thayer when he stabbed himself in the leg with a knife; within two hours he bled to death...
Teen dies in shooting (06/02/05)
A tan Chevrolet Impala was traveling on Highway 289 just outside of Mammoth Spring May 25 when its driver came upon a dishevelled teen-age boy running frantically barefoot down the road. The driver stopped and the young man told her his friend had been shot and he needed help...
Drug, theft charges filed against former Mammoth man (06/02/05)
Drug charges have been filed against a former Mammoth Spring man who is alleged to have stolen a Jeep Cherokee and produced illegal drugs. Edwin D. Washam, 48, has been charged with possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia to manufacture methamphetamine and the unauthorized use of another person's property to facilitate a crime...
Authorities search river for evidence in murder case (06/02/05)
Authorities acting on a tip searched the White River near Sylamore May 28 for evidence in the Rebekah Gould murder case. Lt. Bill Beach of the Arkansas State Police said divers from the Baxter and Izard County sheriff's offices, Arkansas Game and Fish and the Izard County Office of Emergency Management searched the river for most of the day with no results...
Jonesboro man dies from accidental stabbing (06/02/05)
A Jonesboro man died from what authorities are calling a self-inflicted stab wound May 29 at the Red Mule convenience store in Highland. According to the Oregon County, Mo., Sheriff's Department, Juan Salinas, 29, was airing up an air mattress at the Flash Market in Thayer when he stabbed himself in the leg with a knife; within two hours he bled to death...
AF man faces arson charges (06/02/05)
An Ash Flat man faces arson charges after he allegedly set the home he shared with his wife and children ablaze May 25. Jerry Wayne McCord, 50, is charged with terroristic threatening, a class D felony, and arson, a class A felony. Sharp County Deputy Tim McComas responded to a call May 25 from Diane McCord who reported her home had been burned down. Diane McCord told McComas she and her children had spent the night away from the home after her husband had threatened to burn the house down...
Murder scene vandalized (06/02/05)
The house in which a 14-year-old Mammoth Spring boy was shot and killed last week was vandalized May 28 and an adjacent trailer house was burned. Deputy James Laneyof the Fulton County Sheriff's Department said authorities do not know who is responsible for the vandalism or blaze...
Drug raid in Salem (06/02/05)
Law officers used force to subdue a gun-wielding suspect in a drug raid May 24 in Salem. Michael R. Allen Jr., 36, has been charged with simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, a class Y felony; manufacture of marijuana, a class C felony; felon in possession of a firearm, a class B felony; possession of xanax without a prescription, a class C felony; possession of valium without a prescription, a class C felony; and criminal use of a prohibited weapon, a class D felony...
Couch students receive leadership award (06/02/05)
COUCH " Kimberly Rae LaBahn, daughter of Karen Lhamon and the late Donald LaBahn, and Matthew Bryan Deckard, son of Russell and Cathy Deckard, of the Couch High School senior class have each been awarded the national I Dare You Leadership Award. High school principal Tom Bull said the award is given in recognition of personal integrity, balanced living and the potential for leadership. Bull presented the honor at the honors ceremony at the school earlier this month...
Van needed to help deliver meals around Thayer area (06/02/05)
THAYER " Thayer Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center is searching for a good used van with low mileage and in good working order for their home delivered meal program. Fun and Friends Director Sheila Smith said the center currently has six vehicles in use at the center...
Drug raid in Salem (06/02/05)
Law officers used force to subdue a gun-wielding suspect in a drug raid May 24 in Salem. Michael R. Allen Jr., 36, has been charged with simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, a class Y felony; manufacture of marijuana, a class C felony; felon in possession of a firearm, a class B felony; possession of xanax without a prescription, a class C felony; possession of valium without a prescription, a class C felony; and criminal use of a prohibited weapon, a class D felony...
Jonesboro man dies from accidental stabbing (06/02/05)
A Jonesboro man died from what authorities are calling a self-inflicted stab wound May 29 at the Red Mule convenience store in Highland. According to the Oregon County, Mo., Sheriff's Department, Juan Salinas, 29, was airing up an air mattress at the Flash Market in Thayer when he stabbed himself in the leg with a knife; within two hours he bled to death...
Jonesboro man dies from accidental stabbing (06/02/05)
A Jonesboro man died from what authorities are calling a self-inflicted stab wound May 29 at the Red Mule convenience store in Highland. According to the Oregon County, Mo., Sheriff's Department, Juan Salinas, 29, was airing up an air mattress at the Flash Market in Thayer when he stabbed himself in the leg with a knife; within two hours he bled to death...
Van needed to help deliver meals around Thayer area (06/02/05)
THAYER " Thayer Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center is searching for a good used van with low mileage and in good working order for their home delivered meal program. Fun and Friends Director Sheila Smith said the center currently has six vehicles in use at the center...
Drug raid in Salem (06/02/05)
Law officers used force to subdue a gun-wielding suspect in a drug raid May 24 in Salem. Michael R. Allen Jr., 36, has been charged with simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, a class Y felony; manufacture of marijuana, a class C felony; felon in possession of a firearm, a class B felony; possession of xanax without a prescription, a class C felony; possession of valium without a prescription, a class C felony; and criminal use of a prohibited weapon, a class D felony...
Couch students receive leadership award (06/02/05)
COUCH " Kimberly Rae LaBahn, daughter of Karen Lhamon and the late Donald LaBahn, and Matthew Bryan Deckard, son of Russell and Cathy Deckard, of the Couch High School senior class have each been awarded the national I Dare You Leadership Award. High school principal Tom Bull said the award is given in recognition of personal integrity, balanced living and the potential for leadership. Bull presented the honor at the honors ceremony at the school earlier this month...
Murder scene vandalized (06/02/05)
The house in which a 14-year-old Mammoth Spring boy was shot and killed last week was vandalized May 28 and an adjacent trailer house was burned. Deputy James Laneyof the Fulton County Sheriff's Department said authorities do not know who is responsible for the vandalism or blaze...
Authorities search river for evidence in murder case (06/02/05)
Authorities acting on a tip searched the White River near Sylamore May 28 for evidence in the Rebekah Gould murder case. Lt. Bill Beach of the Arkansas State Police said divers from the Baxter and Izard County sheriff's offices, Arkansas Game and Fish and the Izard County Office of Emergency Management searched the river for most of the day with no results...
Teen dies in shooting (06/02/05)
A tan Chevrolet Impala was traveling on Highway 289 just outside of Mammoth Spring May 25 when its driver came upon a dishevelled teen-age boy running frantically barefoot down the road. The driver stopped and the young man told her his friend had been shot and he needed help...
Jonesboro man dies from accidental stabbing (06/02/05)
A Jonesboro man died from what authorities are calling a self-inflicted stab wound May 29 at the Red Mule convenience store in Highland. According to the Oregon County, Mo., Sheriff's Department, Juan Salinas, 29, was airing up an air mattress at the Flash Market in Thayer when he stabbed himself in the leg with a knife; within two hours he bled to death...
AF man faces arson charges (06/02/05)
An Ash Flat man faces arson charges after he allegedly set the home he shared with his wife and children ablaze May 25. Jerry Wayne McCord, 50, is charged with terroristic threatening, a class D felony, and arson, a class A felony. Sharp County Deputy Tim McComas responded to a call May 25 from Diane McCord who reported her home had been burned down. Diane McCord told McComas she and her children had spent the night away from the home after her husband had threatened to burn the house down...
Drug, theft charges filed against former Mammoth man (06/02/05)
Drug charges have been filed against a former Mammoth Spring man who is alleged to have stolen a Jeep Cherokee and produced illegal drugs. Edwin D. Washam, 48, has been charged with possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia to manufacture methamphetamine and the unauthorized use of another person's property to facilitate a crime...
Fishing derby slated at Lake Charles (06/02/05)
Lake Charles State Park, in cooperation with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and Wal-Mart of Walnut Ridge, is hosting its 14th Annual Kid's Fishing Derby June 4 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event is open to children ages 6-15. Participants should bring their own poles and bait. Prizes will be awarded in several categories. Registration will be held at the fishing pier near the park's swimming area...
Incident proves a fed bear is a dead bear (06/02/05)
John Schwan wasn't looking for trouble. Neither was a 315-pound black bear that turned up on his property in Madison County. But somehow the bear got the idea that one of Schwan's outbuildings was a bruin cafeteria, and after that it was all downhill...
Father and son nab big haul in Bass Cat Tourney (06/02/05)
The father-and-son team of Terry and Jeremy Stone fished to a first-place finish in the 18th annual Bass Cat Owners Invitational Tournament at Lake Norfork April 29-30. The elder Stone, Terry of Mammoth Spring, and his son Jeremy from Salem, won a fully-rigged Bass Cat Puma boat decked out with a Mercury 225XS motor for their efforts, along with a pair of matching gold and diamond rings...
Calling on Columbia (06/02/05)
The mark of a team bound for post-season success can oftentimes be found in its ability to win by taking what its opponent gives to it, rather than relying on just one path to victory. That certainly seems to be true of the Thayer Bobcats.After hanging their hat on the long-ball all year, belting out well over 30 dingers for the regular season, the Cats switched things up by using the small-ball approach during the first two rounds of the Class 1 State Baseball Tournament, a plan that served the Green-and-White well, as Thayer earned its first ever Final Four berth, and trip to Columbia, with a 17-5 lashing of Holcomb in the quarterfinals May 27 at Thayer.. ...
2005-06 deer permit application process under way for hunters (06/02/05)
Permit applications are now available for zone doe quota, youth, archery, modern gun and muzzleloader deer hunts on several AGFC wildlife management areas (WMAs) and deer zones throughout the state. Applications may be picked up at Arkansas Game and Fish Commission offices, license dealers around the state or by applying online at www.agfc.com...
Nix nominated for Down Under Hoops Classic (06/02/05)
As a sophomore at Evening Shade High School, Mary Ellen Nix was named to the 2004 All-State basketball team. This year, as a junior, the Lady Tiger has been nominated to attend the ninth annual "Down Under Hoops Classic" in Queensland, Australia. The competition pits teams from the Untied States against worldwide opponents and is being promoted as a "mini Olympics."...
2005-06 deer permit application process under way for hunters (06/02/05)
Permit applications are now available for zone doe quota, youth, archery, modern gun and muzzleloader deer hunts on several AGFC wildlife management areas (WMAs) and deer zones throughout the state. Applications may be picked up at Arkansas Game and Fish Commission offices, license dealers around the state or by applying online at www.agfc.com...
Fishing derby slated at Lake Charles (06/02/05)
Lake Charles State Park, in cooperation with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and Wal-Mart of Walnut Ridge, is hosting its 14th Annual Kid's Fishing Derby June 4 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event is open to children ages 6-15. Participants should bring their own poles and bait. Prizes will be awarded in several categories. Registration will be held at the fishing pier near the park's swimming area...
Nix nominated for Down Under Hoops Classic (06/02/05)
As a sophomore at Evening Shade High School, Mary Ellen Nix was named to the 2004 All-State basketball team. This year, as a junior, the Lady Tiger has been nominated to attend the ninth annual "Down Under Hoops Classic" in Queensland, Australia. The competition pits teams from the Untied States against worldwide opponents and is being promoted as a "mini Olympics."...
Father and son nab big haul in Bass Cat Tourney (06/02/05)
The father-and-son team of Terry and Jeremy Stone fished to a first-place finish in the 18th annual Bass Cat Owners Invitational Tournament at Lake Norfork April 29-30. The elder Stone, Terry of Mammoth Spring, and his son Jeremy from Salem, won a fully-rigged Bass Cat Puma boat decked out with a Mercury 225XS motor for their efforts, along with a pair of matching gold and diamond rings...
Incident proves a fed bear is a dead bear (06/02/05)
John Schwan wasn't looking for trouble. Neither was a 315-pound black bear that turned up on his property in Madison County. But somehow the bear got the idea that one of Schwan's outbuildings was a bruin cafeteria, and after that it was all downhill...
Calling on Columbia (06/02/05)
The mark of a team bound for post-season success can oftentimes be found in its ability to win by taking what its opponent gives to it, rather than relying on just one path to victory. That certainly seems to be true of the Thayer Bobcats.After hanging their hat on the long-ball all year, belting out well over 30 dingers for the regular season, the Cats switched things up by using the small-ball approach during the first two rounds of the Class 1 State Baseball Tournament, a plan that served the Green-and-White well, as Thayer earned its first ever Final Four berth, and trip to Columbia, with a 17-5 lashing of Holcomb in the quarterfinals May 27 at Thayer.. ...
Glen Arthur Edwards (06/02/05)
Glen Arthur Edwards, 67, of West Plains, Mo. died May 25, 2005, in Willow Springs, Mo. He was born March 17, 1938 in Thayer, Mo., the son of the late Clarence Edwards and Martha Lorene Staton Edwards. He was united in marriage June 18, 1960, in Mammoth Spring, Ark. to Peggy Johnson. He was united in marriage in Las Vegas to Barbara McLaren...
James Curtis Foster (06/02/05)
James Curtis Foster, 84, of Lee's Summit, Mo., formerly of Salem, Ark., passed away May 18, 2005, at Research Medical Center. He was born May 7, 1921, in Shawnee, Okla. James was a World War II veteran. He retired in 1982 from General Motors. He was an active member of the Lee's Summit Baptist Church...
Robert R. "Bill" Sisco (06/02/05)
Robert R. "Bill" Sisco, age 81, of Alton, Mo., was born March 17, 1924, in Oregon County, Mo., and passed away May 22, 2005, at the West Vue Nursing Center in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include one step-son, Charles Swift and wife, Vivian; 3 grandchildren " Jackie Chumbley and husband, Ron, Cathy Sebring and husband, Cecil, and Chuck Swift and wife, Tracey; two brothers " Thurman Sisco and wife, Alma, and Herman Sisco; one sister-in-law, Wanda Sisco; one brother-in-law, Herbert Tune; six great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Delores Winey (06/02/05)
Delores Winey, 80, of Ash Flat, Ark., died May 23, 2005, at her home. She was born June 9 1924, at Evansville, Ark., the daughter of Ed and Peggy Pershall Willis. She was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, a homemaker an avid historian and naturalist...
Edward L. Eaves (06/02/05)
Edward L. Eaves, 82, of Cherokee Village was a former resident of Blytheville, Ark., and retired as owner/operator of Eaves Auto Center, Blytheville. He was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church in Blytheville and was a member of the Village Bible Church in Cherokee Village...
Ralph Jackson (06/02/05)
Ralph Jackson, son of the late Jeff Jackson and Catherine Billingsley Jackson, was born July 6, 1913, in Myron, Ark. He departed this life on May 18, 2005, in Batesville, at the age of 91 years. In 1938, he was united in marriage to Lorene Ferguson. To this union two sons were born...
"J.D." Lambert (06/02/05)
James Daniel "J.D." Lambert, 83, of Ash Flat, died May 23, 2005, at his residence.'Lambert was born Feb. 8, 1922, in Roseboro, Ark., the son of Jerry Herman and Della Lambert. He was a veteran of the United States Army, having served during World War II with Gen. George Patton. He was awarded five bronze stars and a good conduct medal while serving in the military...
Merritt C. Sipler (06/02/05)
Merritt C. Sipler, age 79, of Cherokee Village, died May 24, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville, Ark. He was born June 5, 1925, in White Haven, Pa., the son of Frederick Sipler and Florence Dressler Sipler. He was a veteran of the United States Navy having served during World War II on the USS Alabama. ...
Mary Ellen Barton (06/02/05)
Mary Ellen Barton, age 89, of Alton, Mo., was born Dec. 4, 1915, in Bartlett, Mo., and died May 26, 2005, at the National Health Care in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include three daughters -- Glenna Helfer of Alton, Peggy Koppes of Marysville, Kan., and Patsy Holmes of Alton; three sons -- Eugene Barton of Alton, Doc Barton of Alton and Jim Barton of Alton; one sister, Susie Deckard; 24 grandchildren; 50 great-grandchildren; 23 great-great-grandchildren; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Eugene A. Pretz (06/02/05)
Graveside services for Eugene A. Pretz, 81, of Thayer, Mo., were May 21 at Riverside Cemetery with Father Jim Reynolds officiating. Burial was in the Riverside Cemetery at Mammoth Spring, with arrangements were under the direction of Carter Funeral Home Inc. of Thayer, Mo...
Ray Scroggins (06/02/05)
Ray Scroggins, age 82, of Mammoth Spring, was born Nov. 28, 1922, in Kenwood, Okla., the son of Guy William Scroggins and Myrtle Dunbar-Scroggins. He died May 20, 2005, at his home. Survivors include his wife, Donna, of the home; two daughters â€" LaRay Scroggins of the home and Linda McNeel and husband, Merrill of Wyoming; a brother, Rex Scroggins of Oregon; five grandchildren â€" Wayne, Douglas Ray, Kelly Ray, Anna Beth and Clifton; six great-grandchildren â€" Riley Marie, Nathan Kelly, Mitchell, Garrett, Jeremy and Trenton and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Joshua Ryan Mullins (06/02/05)
Joshua Ryan Mullins, age 14, of Mammoth Spring, Ark., was born Oct. 23, 1990, and died May 25, 2005, at Mammoth Spring. Survivors include his mother, Tywana Gatewood and husband, Bill Martin Jr. of Mammoth Spring; his father, Kalvin Mullins, and wife, Lisa, of Hardy, Ark.; two brothers -- Samuel Mullins and Nathan Mullins; four step-sisters -- Noelle Martin, Misti Norris, Tabitha Wallace and Amber Norris; one step-brother Billy Ray Martin III; two nieces, Autumn McEntire and Gabrielle Wallace; one nephew, Zackery Mullins and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Modine Singleton (06/02/05)
Modine Singleton, age 80, of Salem, Ark., daughter of the late Floyd Tanner and Eva Hickman Tanner, was born Sept. 24, 1924, in Baxter County, Ark. She died May 24, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. She was united in marriage to Guy Singleton on Jan. 19, 1948, at Mammoth Spring, Ark...
Ralph Jackson (06/02/05)
Ralph Jackson, son of the late Jeff Jackson and Catherine Billingsley Jackson, was born July 6, 1913, in Myron, Ark. He departed this life on May 18, 2005, in Batesville, at the age of 91 years. In 1938, he was united in marriage to Lorene Ferguson. To this union two sons were born...
Glen Arthur Edwards (06/02/05)
Glen Arthur Edwards, 67, of West Plains, Mo. died May 25, 2005, in Willow Springs, Mo. He was born March 17, 1938 in Thayer, Mo., the son of the late Clarence Edwards and Martha Lorene Staton Edwards. He was united in marriage June 18, 1960, in Mammoth Spring, Ark. to Peggy Johnson. He was united in marriage in Las Vegas to Barbara McLaren...
Modine Singleton (06/02/05)
Modine Singleton, age 80, of Salem, Ark., daughter of the late Floyd Tanner and Eva Hickman Tanner, was born Sept. 24, 1924, in Baxter County, Ark. She died May 24, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. She was united in marriage to Guy Singleton on Jan. 19, 1948, at Mammoth Spring, Ark...
Edward L. Eaves (06/02/05)
Edward L. Eaves, 82, of Cherokee Village was a former resident of Blytheville, Ark., and retired as owner/operator of Eaves Auto Center, Blytheville. He was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church in Blytheville and was a member of the Village Bible Church in Cherokee Village...
Delores Winey (06/02/05)
Delores Winey, 80, of Ash Flat, Ark., died May 23, 2005, at her home. She was born June 9 1924, at Evansville, Ark., the daughter of Ed and Peggy Pershall Willis. She was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, a homemaker an avid historian and naturalist...
"J.D." Lambert (06/02/05)
James Daniel "J.D." Lambert, 83, of Ash Flat, died May 23, 2005, at his residence.'Lambert was born Feb. 8, 1922, in Roseboro, Ark., the son of Jerry Herman and Della Lambert. He was a veteran of the United States Army, having served during World War II with Gen. George Patton. He was awarded five bronze stars and a good conduct medal while serving in the military...
Robert R. "Bill" Sisco (06/02/05)
Robert R. "Bill" Sisco, age 81, of Alton, Mo., was born March 17, 1924, in Oregon County, Mo., and passed away May 22, 2005, at the West Vue Nursing Center in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include one step-son, Charles Swift and wife, Vivian; 3 grandchildren " Jackie Chumbley and husband, Ron, Cathy Sebring and husband, Cecil, and Chuck Swift and wife, Tracey; two brothers " Thurman Sisco and wife, Alma, and Herman Sisco; one sister-in-law, Wanda Sisco; one brother-in-law, Herbert Tune; six great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Merritt C. Sipler (06/02/05)
Merritt C. Sipler, age 79, of Cherokee Village, died May 24, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville, Ark. He was born June 5, 1925, in White Haven, Pa., the son of Frederick Sipler and Florence Dressler Sipler. He was a veteran of the United States Navy having served during World War II on the USS Alabama. ...
Mary Ellen Barton (06/02/05)
Mary Ellen Barton, age 89, of Alton, Mo., was born Dec. 4, 1915, in Bartlett, Mo., and died May 26, 2005, at the National Health Care in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include three daughters -- Glenna Helfer of Alton, Peggy Koppes of Marysville, Kan., and Patsy Holmes of Alton; three sons -- Eugene Barton of Alton, Doc Barton of Alton and Jim Barton of Alton; one sister, Susie Deckard; 24 grandchildren; 50 great-grandchildren; 23 great-great-grandchildren; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Eugene A. Pretz (06/02/05)
Graveside services for Eugene A. Pretz, 81, of Thayer, Mo., were May 21 at Riverside Cemetery with Father Jim Reynolds officiating. Burial was in the Riverside Cemetery at Mammoth Spring, with arrangements were under the direction of Carter Funeral Home Inc. of Thayer, Mo...
Ray Scroggins (06/02/05)
Ray Scroggins, age 82, of Mammoth Spring, was born Nov. 28, 1922, in Kenwood, Okla., the son of Guy William Scroggins and Myrtle Dunbar-Scroggins. He died May 20, 2005, at his home. Survivors include his wife, Donna, of the home; two daughters â€" LaRay Scroggins of the home and Linda McNeel and husband, Merrill of Wyoming; a brother, Rex Scroggins of Oregon; five grandchildren â€" Wayne, Douglas Ray, Kelly Ray, Anna Beth and Clifton; six great-grandchildren â€" Riley Marie, Nathan Kelly, Mitchell, Garrett, Jeremy and Trenton and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Joshua Ryan Mullins (06/02/05)
Joshua Ryan Mullins, age 14, of Mammoth Spring, Ark., was born Oct. 23, 1990, and died May 25, 2005, at Mammoth Spring. Survivors include his mother, Tywana Gatewood and husband, Bill Martin Jr. of Mammoth Spring; his father, Kalvin Mullins, and wife, Lisa, of Hardy, Ark.; two brothers -- Samuel Mullins and Nathan Mullins; four step-sisters -- Noelle Martin, Misti Norris, Tabitha Wallace and Amber Norris; one step-brother Billy Ray Martin III; two nieces, Autumn McEntire and Gabrielle Wallace; one nephew, Zackery Mullins and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
James Curtis Foster (06/02/05)
James Curtis Foster, 84, of Lee's Summit, Mo., formerly of Salem, Ark., passed away May 18, 2005, at Research Medical Center. He was born May 7, 1921, in Shawnee, Okla. James was a World War II veteran. He retired in 1982 from General Motors. He was an active member of the Lee's Summit Baptist Church...