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Stories from Thursday, June 16, 2005

Cool relief (06/16/05)
Cannonball: Scott Gatewood, 13, of Viola jumps off the high dive June 14 at the Salem City Pool as temperatures rose into the lower-90s. The pool will be open throughout the summer. Hot, dry weather continues throughout the region. Photo/Jared
Police have suspects in Gould murder probe (06/16/05)
A young woman in her early 20s walked into the Possum Trot convenience store in Melbourne Sept. 20, 2004, to pick up a few things after dropping off a friend at work. It was the last time someone other than her killer saw her alive. For eight months law enforcement officials have been pursuing leads in the murder of 22-year-old Rebekah Gould...
Salem grad headed to Annapolis (06/16/05)
A Salem junior high football player was walking to class one late summer morning when fear gripped his entire body. As he walked to class, William "Luke" Harber noticed all of his teachers were in the hall whispering to one another with grief stricken looks on their faces...
Congressional Connection will replace Emerson mobile office (06/16/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson announced last week that she has replaced her mobile office with a new program and it will be coming to the Alton/Thayer area the end of June. The program will be called Congressional Connection. She said the new program is aimed at improving constituent services in the Eighth Congressional District. The program of one-hour stops will operate monthly to help keep Emerson in contact with constituents throughout the area...
Ozarka Ash Flat campus open (06/16/05)
Earning a degree just got a whole lot easier and closer to home with the opening of Ozarka College's new Ash Flat campus. Crews recently completed the 16,000-square-foot building near the Ash Flat Ball Park and the Fulton/Sharp County line, and it is now open for classes...
Rural Services grant used to maintain historical church in Mammoth Spring (06/16/05)
The city of Mammoth Spring received a grant this spring from the Arkansas Department of Rural Services to re-roof the historic St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the grant is for $3,250 and covered half of the total cost of the project. West Plains Roofing did the work on the building...
Drug task force chief resigns (06/16/05)
The 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force is looking for a new task force chief. Drug Task Force Chief Scott Russell resigned June 3 to take a position with the Arkansas State Police. His last day as chief was June 18. "This is the fulfillment of a lifelong desire to work for the state police," Russell said. "I'll miss working narcotics. It's a job that I absolutely love."...
Calico prison gets new warden -- again (06/16/05)
For the second time in three months the North Central Unit Correctional Facility in Calico Rock has a new warden. Warden James "Jimmy" Banks took charge of the correctional facility June 6 after Fred Campbell, the former warden, was demoted to assistant warden and reassigned to the Ouachita Unit Correctional Facility...
Assault charges dropped (06/16/05)
CARTER COUNTY -- An assault charge has been dropped against the wife of a man accused of killing Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Dewayne Graham Jr. Coree Shockley, 23, of Van Buren was charged with assault after she allegedly went to the home of Carter County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Ligons...
34 sex offenders registered in Oregon County (06/16/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- As of June 2005 there are 34 sex offenders registered in Oregon County. Deputy Tom Lamb has been in charge of the program at the Oregon County Sheriff's Office since the death of Chief Deputy Nathan Murphy in 2001. In Missouri, as of Aug. ...
Alton men charged with receiving stolen property (06/16/05)
ALTON -- Two Alton men have been charged with receiving stolen property. The Oregon County Sheriff's Office charged Jozy J. Bates, 21, with one count of receiving stolen property by knowingly possessing a Yamaha ATV stolen in Willow Springs in Howell Co...
For your information (06/16/05)
FYI: Thayer summer school students Brittany Bivens and Brandy Garrison helped paint the FYI message board that will be open this fall at Thayer High School. It willl give students messages and information regarding school activities.
Salem grad headed to Annapolis (06/16/05)
A Salem junior high football player was walking to class one late summer morning when fear gripped his entire body. As he walked to class, William "Luke" Harber noticed all of his teachers were in the hall whispering to one another with grief stricken looks on their faces...
Drug task force chief resigns (06/16/05)
The 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force is looking for a new task force chief. Drug Task Force Chief Scott Russell resigned June 3 to take a position with the Arkansas State Police. His last day as chief was June 18. "This is the fulfillment of a lifelong desire to work for the state police," Russell said. "I'll miss working narcotics. It's a job that I absolutely love."...
Ozarka Ash Flat campus open (06/16/05)
Earning a degree just got a whole lot easier and closer to home with the opening of Ozarka College's new Ash Flat campus. Crews recently completed the 16,000-square-foot building near the Ash Flat Ball Park and the Fulton/Sharp County line, and it is now open for classes...
Congressional Connection will replace Emerson mobile office (06/16/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson announced last week that she has replaced her mobile office with a new program and it will be coming to the Alton/Thayer area the end of June. The program will be called Congressional Connection. She said the new program is aimed at improving constituent services in the Eighth Congressional District. The program of one-hour stops will operate monthly to help keep Emerson in contact with constituents throughout the area...
Cool relief (06/16/05)
Cannonball: Scott Gatewood, 13, of Viola jumps off the high dive June 14 at the Salem City Pool as temperatures rose into the lower-90s. The pool will be open throughout the summer. Hot, dry weather continues throughout the region. Photo/Jared
Calico prison gets new warden -- again (06/16/05)
For the second time in three months the North Central Unit Correctional Facility in Calico Rock has a new warden. Warden James "Jimmy" Banks took charge of the correctional facility June 6 after Fred Campbell, the former warden, was demoted to assistant warden and reassigned to the Ouachita Unit Correctional Facility...
Assault charges dropped (06/16/05)
CARTER COUNTY -- An assault charge has been dropped against the wife of a man accused of killing Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Dewayne Graham Jr. Coree Shockley, 23, of Van Buren was charged with assault after she allegedly went to the home of Carter County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Ligons...
34 sex offenders registered in Oregon County (06/16/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- As of June 2005 there are 34 sex offenders registered in Oregon County. Deputy Tom Lamb has been in charge of the program at the Oregon County Sheriff's Office since the death of Chief Deputy Nathan Murphy in 2001. In Missouri, as of Aug. ...
Rural Services grant used to maintain historical church in Mammoth Spring (06/16/05)
The city of Mammoth Spring received a grant this spring from the Arkansas Department of Rural Services to re-roof the historic St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the grant is for $3,250 and covered half of the total cost of the project. West Plains Roofing did the work on the building...
Alton men charged with receiving stolen property (06/16/05)
ALTON -- Two Alton men have been charged with receiving stolen property. The Oregon County Sheriff's Office charged Jozy J. Bates, 21, with one count of receiving stolen property by knowingly possessing a Yamaha ATV stolen in Willow Springs in Howell Co...
Police have suspects in Gould murder probe (06/16/05)
A young woman in her early 20s walked into the Possum Trot convenience store in Melbourne Sept. 20, 2004, to pick up a few things after dropping off a friend at work. It was the last time someone other than her killer saw her alive. For eight months law enforcement officials have been pursuing leads in the murder of 22-year-old Rebekah Gould...
For your information (06/16/05)
FYI: Thayer summer school students Brittany Bivens and Brandy Garrison helped paint the FYI message board that will be open this fall at Thayer High School. It willl give students messages and information regarding school activities.
Davis-Taylor reunion planned (06/16/05)
The Davis-Taylor family reunion will be held June 25 at the Country Music Hall just south of Mammoth Spring on Highway 63. Signs will be posted. Starting time for the reunion will be 10 a.m. Dinner will be potluck. Those attending should bring a covered dish and plan to spend the day...
Davis-Taylor reunion planned (06/16/05)
The Davis-Taylor family reunion will be held June 25 at the Country Music Hall just south of Mammoth Spring on Highway 63. Signs will be posted. Starting time for the reunion will be 10 a.m. Dinner will be potluck. Those attending should bring a covered dish and plan to spend the day...
Trout Fest slated on White River (06/16/05)
The White River, regarded as one of the nation's finest trout streams, is the scene for a Trout Fest Weekend June 17-19 at Bull Shoals-White River State Park. A variety of activities and programs about the river and trout fishing are scheduled. These activities are planned with the young, old, experienced and inexperienced fisherperson in mind. Activities include fly fishing seminars, basic trout fishing classes, fly casting techniques and evening programs...
Walsh rolls to IMCA Modified win at WPMS (06/16/05)
While most of the area got rain showers the afternoon of June 11, West Plains Motor Speedway didn't, but race fans and drivers from surrounding areas made the treck to West Plains since it was one of the very few dirt tracks that did not suffer from the dry weather and have to cancel events for the weekend...
Special rules apply to personal watercraft in Arkansas (06/16/05)
It's the season in Arkansas for personal watercraft -- those fun machines on the state's lakes and rivers. Jet skis, some people call them, and others use trade names for the fast, maneuverable vessels. But personal watercraft can be dangerous, even lethal if not handled properly. ...
Special rules apply to personal watercraft in Arkansas (06/16/05)
It's the season in Arkansas for personal watercraft -- those fun machines on the state's lakes and rivers. Jet skis, some people call them, and others use trade names for the fast, maneuverable vessels. But personal watercraft can be dangerous, even lethal if not handled properly. ...
Trout Fest slated on White River (06/16/05)
The White River, regarded as one of the nation's finest trout streams, is the scene for a Trout Fest Weekend June 17-19 at Bull Shoals-White River State Park. A variety of activities and programs about the river and trout fishing are scheduled. These activities are planned with the young, old, experienced and inexperienced fisherperson in mind. Activities include fly fishing seminars, basic trout fishing classes, fly casting techniques and evening programs...
Walsh rolls to IMCA Modified win at WPMS (06/16/05)
While most of the area got rain showers the afternoon of June 11, West Plains Motor Speedway didn't, but race fans and drivers from surrounding areas made the treck to West Plains since it was one of the very few dirt tracks that did not suffer from the dry weather and have to cancel events for the weekend...
Laura Bell Marshall (06/16/05)
Laura Bell Collins Marshall, age 78, of Ravenden, Ark., died June 11, 2005, at her home. She was born June 20, 1926, near Wirth to Luther and Lydia Ritenour Collins. She was retired from Brown Shoe Company in Pocahontas and was of the Methodist faith...
Frances Orr Bell (06/16/05)
Frances Orr Bell, 81, of Alton, was born Dec. 4, 1923, in Royal Oak, Mo., and died June 9, 2005 at the Ozarks Medical Cener in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include her husband, Howard Bell, to whom she was united in marriage on March 13, 1943; one daughter, Sandra Henderson and husband, Tom, of Columbia, Mo.; one son, Stanley Bell and wife, Brenda of Thomasville, Mo.; five grandchildren -- Scott Henderson and wife, Emily, Susan Henderson, Amy Kolz, Altie Combs and husband, Brian, and Aaron Bell; three great-grandchildren; one sister-in-law, Wilma Miles; a brother-in-law, John Barton; and other relatives and friends.. ...
Opal Lucille Staton (06/16/05)
Funeral services for Opal Lucille Staton, 93, of Hermitage, Mo., formerly of Thayer were June 11, 2005, at Carter Chapel with Bro. Bill Bales officiating. She was the daughter of the late Arthur Malone and Florence Jackson Malone, born June 25, 1911, in Thayer. She departed this life June 8, 2005, in Hermitage, Mo., at the age of 93 years...
Dona Kaye Estes (06/16/05)
Dona Kaye Stroud Estes, 51, of McRae, Ark., was born Nov. 16, 1953, in Salem, Ark., daughter of Rebecca Belle Woody Stroud and the late Glen Stroud. She died June 5, 2005 in Little Rock, Ark. She leaves to mourn her passing: life partner and friend Tom Marshall of McRae; two sons, Robert Keith Pitts and wife, Tabitha Sue of Beebe, Ark., and Michael Glen Pitts of Austin, Texas; mother, Rebecca Stroud of Mountain Home, Ark.; a brother, Roger Stroud and wife Charlotte of Mountain Home; sister, Glenda Patterson and husband, Pat of DeWitt, Ark.; granddaughter, Lindsey Raye Pitts of Beebe, Ark.; many other relatives and friends.. ...
Loreda Marie Roberts (06/16/05)
Loreda Marie Webb Roberts, of Gillett, Ark., was born Jan. 26, 1941, in Auvergne, Ark., daughter of the late Odis Lee and Edith Comstock Webb. She died June 9, 2005, at Gillett at the age of 64 years. Loreda was united in marriage to William Howard Roberts Oct. 1, 1956, in Newport, Ark., and to this union two daughters were born. She spent her working years as a registered nurse at Baxter Manor Nursing Home. She was a member of the Cossroads Church of Christ...
Jessie V. Swinney (06/16/05)
Jessie (Jessica) V. Swinney, 85, of Thayer, Mo., was born April 2, 1920, the daughter of the late Albert Massey and Willie York Massey in Wimberly, Texas. She died June 5, 2005, in West Plains, Mo. She was united in marriage Jan. 8, 1943, in San Marcos, Texas, to Clarence George Swinney who preceed her in death Dec. 5, 1995...
John A. Bartolomei (06/16/05)
John A. Bartolomei, age 87, of Cherokee Village died June 6, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Bartolomei was born Jan. 19, 1918, in Chicago, Ill., the son of Aristide and Cecelia Marchi Bartolomei. He graduated from Carthage College in Carthage, Ill., in 1941. ...
George Thomas and Anna Laura Dark Vore (06/16/05)
Anna Laura Dark-Vore, age 80, died Jan. 12, 2005, and was followed in death shortly thereafter by her husband, George Thomas Vore Jr., age 85, on May 6, 2005. She was born June 10, 1924, in Grandglaise, Ark., to Dewey Dark and Ona Grooms. He was born June 8, 1919, in Coalinga, Calif., to George Vore Sr. and Sarah Gates...
Mary C. Thusing (06/16/05)
Mary C. Thusing, age 86, died June 8, 2005, in Chicago, Ill. She was born Sept. 13, 1918, in South Chicago, Ill., the daughter of Andrew and Sophie Piszczek Pawlak. She married Gerald Thusing Aug. 2, 1942, in Chicago. She worked in the medical profession and retired as a CNA. She was of the Catholic faith...
Kay L. N. Biggs (06/16/05)
Kay L.N. Biggs, 66, of Mammoth Spring, died June 9, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Indiana. She was born Feb. 12, 1939, in Chicago to George and Frances Hasty Hepker. Biggs was a former resident of Rensselaer and moved to Mammoth Spring in 1984. ...
Eleanor Dzwierzynski (06/16/05)
Eleanor Dzwierzynski, 79, of Horseshoe Bend, died June 8, 2005 at the North Arkansas Life Care Cener in Horseshoe Bend. She was born July 28, 1925, in Chicago, Ill., the daughter of Peter and Caroline Chmielowicz Jakubowski. She married Anthony Dzwierzynski Sept. 27, 1947, in Chicago, Ill. She worked as an inspector in the auto industry. She was a housewife and was of the Catholic faith...
Alford Truman Lowe (06/16/05)
Alford Truman Lowe, 89, formerly of the Thayer, Mo., and Hardy, Ark. area was born Feb. 18, 1916, in Ash Flat, Ark., the son of the late Thomas Lowe and Mae Battles Lowe. He died June 3, 2005, in Springfield, Mo. He was united in marriage March 16, 1940, in Williford, Ark. to Bessie Cooper...
Charles Brewster (06/16/05)
Charles Cameron Brewster, 72, died June 5, 2005, at his home. He was surrounded by his wife, children and grandchildren. He was a master carpenter and woodworker. He faithfully served his Savior in the church and in his private life. He enjoyed gardening, guitar playing, raising pugs and spending time with his family...
Frances Orr Bell (06/16/05)
Frances Orr Bell, 81, of Alton, was born Dec. 4, 1923, in Royal Oak, Mo., and died June 9, 2005 at the Ozarks Medical Cener in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include her husband, Howard Bell, to whom she was united in marriage on March 13, 1943; one daughter, Sandra Henderson and husband, Tom, of Columbia, Mo.; one son, Stanley Bell and wife, Brenda of Thomasville, Mo.; five grandchildren -- Scott Henderson and wife, Emily, Susan Henderson, Amy Kolz, Altie Combs and husband, Brian, and Aaron Bell; three great-grandchildren; one sister-in-law, Wilma Miles; a brother-in-law, John Barton; and other relatives and friends.. ...
Kay L. N. Biggs (06/16/05)
Kay L.N. Biggs, 66, of Mammoth Spring, died June 9, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Indiana. She was born Feb. 12, 1939, in Chicago to George and Frances Hasty Hepker. Biggs was a former resident of Rensselaer and moved to Mammoth Spring in 1984. ...
Eleanor Dzwierzynski (06/16/05)
Eleanor Dzwierzynski, 79, of Horseshoe Bend, died June 8, 2005 at the North Arkansas Life Care Cener in Horseshoe Bend. She was born July 28, 1925, in Chicago, Ill., the daughter of Peter and Caroline Chmielowicz Jakubowski. She married Anthony Dzwierzynski Sept. 27, 1947, in Chicago, Ill. She worked as an inspector in the auto industry. She was a housewife and was of the Catholic faith...
Charles Brewster (06/16/05)
Charles Cameron Brewster, 72, died June 5, 2005, at his home. He was surrounded by his wife, children and grandchildren. He was a master carpenter and woodworker. He faithfully served his Savior in the church and in his private life. He enjoyed gardening, guitar playing, raising pugs and spending time with his family...
Dona Kaye Estes (06/16/05)
Dona Kaye Stroud Estes, 51, of McRae, Ark., was born Nov. 16, 1953, in Salem, Ark., daughter of Rebecca Belle Woody Stroud and the late Glen Stroud. She died June 5, 2005 in Little Rock, Ark. She leaves to mourn her passing: life partner and friend Tom Marshall of McRae; two sons, Robert Keith Pitts and wife, Tabitha Sue of Beebe, Ark., and Michael Glen Pitts of Austin, Texas; mother, Rebecca Stroud of Mountain Home, Ark.; a brother, Roger Stroud and wife Charlotte of Mountain Home; sister, Glenda Patterson and husband, Pat of DeWitt, Ark.; granddaughter, Lindsey Raye Pitts of Beebe, Ark.; many other relatives and friends.. ...
Mary C. Thusing (06/16/05)
Mary C. Thusing, age 86, died June 8, 2005, in Chicago, Ill. She was born Sept. 13, 1918, in South Chicago, Ill., the daughter of Andrew and Sophie Piszczek Pawlak. She married Gerald Thusing Aug. 2, 1942, in Chicago. She worked in the medical profession and retired as a CNA. She was of the Catholic faith...
Laura Bell Marshall (06/16/05)
Laura Bell Collins Marshall, age 78, of Ravenden, Ark., died June 11, 2005, at her home. She was born June 20, 1926, near Wirth to Luther and Lydia Ritenour Collins. She was retired from Brown Shoe Company in Pocahontas and was of the Methodist faith...
Loreda Marie Roberts (06/16/05)
Loreda Marie Webb Roberts, of Gillett, Ark., was born Jan. 26, 1941, in Auvergne, Ark., daughter of the late Odis Lee and Edith Comstock Webb. She died June 9, 2005, at Gillett at the age of 64 years. Loreda was united in marriage to William Howard Roberts Oct. 1, 1956, in Newport, Ark., and to this union two daughters were born. She spent her working years as a registered nurse at Baxter Manor Nursing Home. She was a member of the Cossroads Church of Christ...
Jessie V. Swinney (06/16/05)
Jessie (Jessica) V. Swinney, 85, of Thayer, Mo., was born April 2, 1920, the daughter of the late Albert Massey and Willie York Massey in Wimberly, Texas. She died June 5, 2005, in West Plains, Mo. She was united in marriage Jan. 8, 1943, in San Marcos, Texas, to Clarence George Swinney who preceed her in death Dec. 5, 1995...
Alford Truman Lowe (06/16/05)
Alford Truman Lowe, 89, formerly of the Thayer, Mo., and Hardy, Ark. area was born Feb. 18, 1916, in Ash Flat, Ark., the son of the late Thomas Lowe and Mae Battles Lowe. He died June 3, 2005, in Springfield, Mo. He was united in marriage March 16, 1940, in Williford, Ark. to Bessie Cooper...
John A. Bartolomei (06/16/05)
John A. Bartolomei, age 87, of Cherokee Village died June 6, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Bartolomei was born Jan. 19, 1918, in Chicago, Ill., the son of Aristide and Cecelia Marchi Bartolomei. He graduated from Carthage College in Carthage, Ill., in 1941. ...
George Thomas and Anna Laura Dark Vore (06/16/05)
Anna Laura Dark-Vore, age 80, died Jan. 12, 2005, and was followed in death shortly thereafter by her husband, George Thomas Vore Jr., age 85, on May 6, 2005. She was born June 10, 1924, in Grandglaise, Ark., to Dewey Dark and Ona Grooms. He was born June 8, 1919, in Coalinga, Calif., to George Vore Sr. and Sarah Gates...
Opal Lucille Staton (06/16/05)
Funeral services for Opal Lucille Staton, 93, of Hermitage, Mo., formerly of Thayer were June 11, 2005, at Carter Chapel with Bro. Bill Bales officiating. She was the daughter of the late Arthur Malone and Florence Jackson Malone, born June 25, 1911, in Thayer. She departed this life June 8, 2005, in Hermitage, Mo., at the age of 93 years...
Christina Reschell Kemper (06/16/05)
Jason and Tessa Kemper of Alton announce the birth of their daughter, Christina Reschell Kemper, on May 18, 2005, at 11:34 p.m. at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 8 pounds, 5-1/2 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Larry and Bevin Poe of Alton...
Goodwin, Jackson united in marriage (06/16/05)
April Kristin Goodwin and Christopher Brandon Jackson were united in marriage April 30 at Trinity Baptist Church in Searcy. Keith Gregson officiated. A reception honoring the bride and groom was held following the ceremony at the John E. Lightle Center...
Timothy Zolton Wiles (06/16/05)
David and Amy Wiles of Cherokee Village announce the birth of a son on June 9, 2005, at White River Medical Center. The baby has been named Timothy Zolton Wiles and weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces. He was welcomed by his sibling, Tristan Smith. Grandparents are Larry and Linda Smith and Mary and Kenneth Wiles...
Lindsay Avelynn Worsham (06/16/05)
Jesse and Alisha Worsham of Jonesboro, Ark., announce the birth of a daughter, Lindsay Avelynn Worsham, on June 2, 2005, at the NEA Women's Center in Jonesboro. Lindsay weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was welcomed by her siblings, Ashley and Ryan Worsham...
Dakota Marie Wadkins (06/16/05)
Jimmy and Jana Wadkins of Salana Beach, Calif., are the parents of a daughter, Dakota Marie Wadkins, born June 3, 2005, at 9:03 a.m. at Scripps Memorial Hospital in Encinitas, Calif. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 10-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Charles and Christina Cockle of Salana Beach, Calif...
Hank Ryland Guiltner (06/16/05)
Gavin Guiltner announces the birth of his brother, Hank Ryland, son of Wayne and Becky Guiltner. He was born at 2 p.m. on May 9, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. He weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Gary and Grace Guiltner of Salem, and Ray and Mary Jo Hollis of Camp, Ark...
Hank Ryland Guiltner (06/16/05)
Gavin Guiltner announces the birth of his brother, Hank Ryland, son of Wayne and Becky Guiltner. He was born at 2 p.m. on May 9, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. He weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Gary and Grace Guiltner of Salem, and Ray and Mary Jo Hollis of Camp, Ark...
Goodwin, Jackson united in marriage (06/16/05)
April Kristin Goodwin and Christopher Brandon Jackson were united in marriage April 30 at Trinity Baptist Church in Searcy. Keith Gregson officiated. A reception honoring the bride and groom was held following the ceremony at the John E. Lightle Center...
Timothy Zolton Wiles (06/16/05)
David and Amy Wiles of Cherokee Village announce the birth of a son on June 9, 2005, at White River Medical Center. The baby has been named Timothy Zolton Wiles and weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces. He was welcomed by his sibling, Tristan Smith. Grandparents are Larry and Linda Smith and Mary and Kenneth Wiles...
Dakota Marie Wadkins (06/16/05)
Jimmy and Jana Wadkins of Salana Beach, Calif., are the parents of a daughter, Dakota Marie Wadkins, born June 3, 2005, at 9:03 a.m. at Scripps Memorial Hospital in Encinitas, Calif. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 10-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Charles and Christina Cockle of Salana Beach, Calif...
Lindsay Avelynn Worsham (06/16/05)
Jesse and Alisha Worsham of Jonesboro, Ark., announce the birth of a daughter, Lindsay Avelynn Worsham, on June 2, 2005, at the NEA Women's Center in Jonesboro. Lindsay weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was welcomed by her siblings, Ashley and Ryan Worsham...
Christina Reschell Kemper (06/16/05)
Jason and Tessa Kemper of Alton announce the birth of their daughter, Christina Reschell Kemper, on May 18, 2005, at 11:34 p.m. at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 8 pounds, 5-1/2 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Larry and Bevin Poe of Alton...
Hancocks celebrate 50 years of marriage (06/16/05)
William "Bill" and Joyce Hancock of Evening Shade will hold an open house/reception at the Sidney Baptist Church fellowship hall from 2 to 4:30 p.m. June 26 in Sidney, to celebrate 50 years of marriage. Bill Hancock and Joyce Reynolds were married July 2, 1955. Both are retired...
Hancocks celebrate 50 years of marriage (06/16/05)
William "Bill" and Joyce Hancock of Evening Shade will hold an open house/reception at the Sidney Baptist Church fellowship hall from 2 to 4:30 p.m. June 26 in Sidney, to celebrate 50 years of marriage. Bill Hancock and Joyce Reynolds were married July 2, 1955. Both are retired...
Miller, Jackson set June wedding date (06/16/05)
Kenneth Lee Jackson and Dana Raeshae Miller announce their engagement. Kenneth is the son of Harry and Judy Jackson of Pomona. He is the grandson of Alice Schreiber and Nadia Wise, both of Pomona, and the late Harry Jackson Sr. and Kenneth Schreiber. His brother is Josh Jackson of Pomona. He graduated from high school in 1999 from Willow Springs and then graduated from college with a bachelor's degree in accounting from SMSU-Springfield...
June wedding set (06/16/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hensley of Mount Pleasant have announced the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Pamela Sue Goodson, to Ty Louis Baxter, son of Sammie Schneider of Cherokee Village. The ceremony will take place at the Casa Royale in Highland on June 25 at 5:30 p.m. with a reception to follow. Invitations will not be sent but all friends and family are invited to attend...
Combs, Perryman plan June wedding (06/16/05)
Eddie and Tammy Combs of Myrtle, Mo., have announced the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jamie Combs, to Jason Perryman, son of Dennis and Debra Perryman of Viola, Ark. The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of Arkansas State University-Mountain Home with a business information systems with computer applications certificate. She currently has her real estate license and is employed at United Country-Cozort Realty in Thayer, Mo...
June wedding set (06/16/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hensley of Mount Pleasant have announced the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Pamela Sue Goodson, to Ty Louis Baxter, son of Sammie Schneider of Cherokee Village. The ceremony will take place at the Casa Royale in Highland on June 25 at 5:30 p.m. with a reception to follow. Invitations will not be sent but all friends and family are invited to attend...
Miller, Jackson set June wedding date (06/16/05)
Kenneth Lee Jackson and Dana Raeshae Miller announce their engagement. Kenneth is the son of Harry and Judy Jackson of Pomona. He is the grandson of Alice Schreiber and Nadia Wise, both of Pomona, and the late Harry Jackson Sr. and Kenneth Schreiber. His brother is Josh Jackson of Pomona. He graduated from high school in 1999 from Willow Springs and then graduated from college with a bachelor's degree in accounting from SMSU-Springfield...
Combs, Perryman plan June wedding (06/16/05)
Eddie and Tammy Combs of Myrtle, Mo., have announced the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jamie Combs, to Jason Perryman, son of Dennis and Debra Perryman of Viola, Ark. The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of Arkansas State University-Mountain Home with a business information systems with computer applications certificate. She currently has her real estate license and is employed at United Country-Cozort Realty in Thayer, Mo...
Poulettes celebrate 50th anniversary (06/16/05)
Leroy and Sue Poulette will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 25 from 2-5 p.m. in the First Baptist Church fellowship hall at 112 North Third Street in Thayer. Leroy and Sue Poulette were married June 25, 1955, at First Baptist Church of Thayer by Rev. ...
Regas wed 50 years (06/16/05)
Jim and Rosemary Rega spent June 5 with family in recognition of their golden wedding anniversary. The Regas enjoyed a brunch in their honor, held in a private dining room at the Holiday Inn of Jonesboro. James M. Rega and Rosemary Ann Thier married June 4, 1955, at St. ...
Poulettes celebrate 50th anniversary (06/16/05)
Leroy and Sue Poulette will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 25 from 2-5 p.m. in the First Baptist Church fellowship hall at 112 North Third Street in Thayer. Leroy and Sue Poulette were married June 25, 1955, at First Baptist Church of Thayer by Rev. ...
Regas wed 50 years (06/16/05)
Jim and Rosemary Rega spent June 5 with family in recognition of their golden wedding anniversary. The Regas enjoyed a brunch in their honor, held in a private dining room at the Holiday Inn of Jonesboro. James M. Rega and Rosemary Ann Thier married June 4, 1955, at St. ...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/16/05)
In 1980, I was a computer programmer in Los Angeles, taking screenwriting classes at night. One day I learned of the existence of 12 pyramids (two rows of six each) that a satellite had discovered in a remote area of the dense Amazon rain forest in Brazil, near Peru. I decided to use this information for my first screenplay...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/16/05)
In 1980, I was a computer programmer in Los Angeles, taking screenwriting classes at night. One day I learned of the existence of 12 pyramids (two rows of six each) that a satellite had discovered in a remote area of the dense Amazon rain forest in Brazil, near Peru. I decided to use this information for my first screenplay...