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Stories from Thursday, September 8, 2005

New school board member appointed (09/08/05)
THAYER -- The oath of office was administered to new Thayer School Board member Doyle Fink at the Aug. 11 Thayer School Board meeting. Fink was appointed to the position after the resignation of elected school board member Calvin Crawford who resigned for personal reasons...
Koshkonong brings university courses to area students (09/08/05)
KOSHKONONG -- A new program aimed at students who are "serious about learning" has begun this year at Koshkonong High School. It is the Missouri Virtual Classroom through Missouri State University in Springfield. The coordinator for the program is Brenda Lambe...
Feds search for Cherokee woman (09/08/05)
The FBI and local officials are searching for a Cherokee Village woman who allegedly abducted her 10-year-old son Sept. 2 from a foster home in New Windsor, Ill. Jeff Dale, a detective with the Mercer County Sheriff's Department in Illinois, said Aimee Hankins, 34, entered the foster home during the night and took her son, Devin K. Hankins...
Walkathon to be held (09/08/05)
THAYER -- The Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center will hold its annual Miles for Meals walkathon Sept. 10. The walk again this year will be at the Thayer High School gymnasium All proceeds will go to the meal program at the Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center...
Salem couple lend helping hand (09/08/05)
Salem area residents are joining volunteers from across the nation in the effort to provide assistance for Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Food, clothes, medical supplies, money, toys, blankets, water and other items were delivered Sept. 6 to the Cedar Glade Campground near Imboden by Jimmy and Pamela Smith of Salem...
New pavilion open at park (09/08/05)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Arkansas State Parks announced last week the opening of a newly constructed pavilion at the park. "In the spring of 2003, a thunderstorm packing 100-mph winds passed through the park, knocking down over two dozen trees and causing extensive structural damage to the pavilion," park superintendent Dave Jackson said...
Civil suit filed (09/08/05)
A Jonesboro man who has been involved in an ongoing land dispute with his neighbors in Viola filed a civil lawsuit Aug. 18 against Fulton County Prosecuting Attorney Dwayne Plumlee. Paul A. Culbreath alleges that Plumlee's dual roles as county prosecutor, Salem city attorney and Horseshoe Bend District Court judge constitute an illegal conflict of interest, according to a summons filed in the Fulton County Clerk's Office...
Home away from home (09/08/05)
As one crew was preparing to host the Highland Rebel football team for a pre-game meal Friday night in the Family Life Center at Ash Flat Church of Christ, another crew was preparing for a more serious task. At least two Greyhound buses full of refugees from Hurricane Katrina were expected to arrive any day seeking food and shelter...
OIL to hold Riding for Ramps (09/08/05)
THAYER -- The Ozarks Independent Living (OIL) fifth annual Riding for Ramps trail ride is set for 9 a.m. Sept. 17 at the Billy Joe Madden farm near Thayer. Registration for the ride will start at 8 a.m. The Pioneer Saddle Club is again sponsoring the ride to raise funds for OIL. The minimum cost to ride is $15 per person or $20 per family. All are welcome to participate...
Koshkonong to hold Heritage Day (09/08/05)
KOSHKONONG -- The veterans salute will begin Heritage Day activities at 10 a.m. Sept. 10 at the Koshkonong City Park. Following the salute will be a welcome by Koshkonong Mayor Rose Vandiver. Singing will follow the opening ceremony, with the Howell Family scheduled to sing at 11 a.m. Dean Vonallman, Carl Trantham and Eugene and Mary Lou James will sing next, followed by Koshkonong School children...
Thayer to compete in Mayors' Cook-Off (09/08/05)
ROCKAWAY BEACH -- The city of Thayer will, for the third consecutive year, have a team in the Mayors' Chili Cook-Off. The cook-off will be held Sept. 17 at the Rockaway Beach City Park and sponsored by the Rockaway Beach Chamber of Commerce. Mayors from across southern Missouri, including Thayer Mayor Allen Deckard, will be there cooking their secret recipes. The first year of the event the Thayer team took first place...
Area prepares for evacuees (09/08/05)
Helping hands: Raymond Smith (right) hands his wife a box full of donated non-perishable food Sept. 5 behind the Fulton County Sheriff's Department. Approximately 50 area families donated food and other supplies at the site for Hurricane Katrina survivors who are in the area. Photo/Jared...
Area joins Katrina relief effort (09/08/05)
The communities of Mammoth Spring and Oregon County have joined forces and established an organized effort to collect relief items for the survivors of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. A semi-truck trailer is set up at the Mammoth Spring High School, donated by Steed Trucking...
RISING COSTS: (09/08/05)
Gas prices at Red Mule in Highland are on the rise along with the prices at other stations around the region. Hurricane Katrina shut down nine Gulf Coast refineries, disrupted gasoline pipelines to the Midwest and East and stopped 90 percent of the oil production in the Gulf of Mexico. The average price of regular unleaded gasoline in the state Friday was $2.82 per gallon. Photo/Wulff...
BUYING WATER: (09/08/05)
Ira Bodeker and Bob Luster of the Ash Flat Kingdom Hall load a trailer with bottles of water they bought from ALCO Sept. 2. The men bought $2,400 of water from ALCO, Wal-Mart, Price Chopper and Town and Country for victims of Hurricane Katrina. The water was transported to Melbourne where it will then be shipped to Louisiana. Photo/Charbauski...
Thayer to compete in Mayors' Cook-Off (09/08/05)
ROCKAWAY BEACH -- The city of Thayer will, for the third consecutive year, have a team in the Mayors' Chili Cook-Off. The cook-off will be held Sept. 17 at the Rockaway Beach City Park and sponsored by the Rockaway Beach Chamber of Commerce. Mayors from across southern Missouri, including Thayer Mayor Allen Deckard, will be there cooking their secret recipes. The first year of the event the Thayer team took first place...
Koshkonong to hold Heritage Day (09/08/05)
KOSHKONONG -- The veterans salute will begin Heritage Day activities at 10 a.m. Sept. 10 at the Koshkonong City Park. Following the salute will be a welcome by Koshkonong Mayor Rose Vandiver. Singing will follow the opening ceremony, with the Howell Family scheduled to sing at 11 a.m. Dean Vonallman, Carl Trantham and Eugene and Mary Lou James will sing next, followed by Koshkonong School children...
OIL to hold Riding for Ramps (09/08/05)
THAYER -- The Ozarks Independent Living (OIL) fifth annual Riding for Ramps trail ride is set for 9 a.m. Sept. 17 at the Billy Joe Madden farm near Thayer. Registration for the ride will start at 8 a.m. The Pioneer Saddle Club is again sponsoring the ride to raise funds for OIL. The minimum cost to ride is $15 per person or $20 per family. All are welcome to participate...
Home away from home (09/08/05)
As one crew was preparing to host the Highland Rebel football team for a pre-game meal Friday night in the Family Life Center at Ash Flat Church of Christ, another crew was preparing for a more serious task. At least two Greyhound buses full of refugees from Hurricane Katrina were expected to arrive any day seeking food and shelter...
Civil suit filed (09/08/05)
A Jonesboro man who has been involved in an ongoing land dispute with his neighbors in Viola filed a civil lawsuit Aug. 18 against Fulton County Prosecuting Attorney Dwayne Plumlee. Paul A. Culbreath alleges that Plumlee's dual roles as county prosecutor, Salem city attorney and Horseshoe Bend District Court judge constitute an illegal conflict of interest, according to a summons filed in the Fulton County Clerk's Office...
New pavilion open at park (09/08/05)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Arkansas State Parks announced last week the opening of a newly constructed pavilion at the park. "In the spring of 2003, a thunderstorm packing 100-mph winds passed through the park, knocking down over two dozen trees and causing extensive structural damage to the pavilion," park superintendent Dave Jackson said...
Salem couple lend helping hand (09/08/05)
Salem area residents are joining volunteers from across the nation in the effort to provide assistance for Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Food, clothes, medical supplies, money, toys, blankets, water and other items were delivered Sept. 6 to the Cedar Glade Campground near Imboden by Jimmy and Pamela Smith of Salem...
Walkathon to be held (09/08/05)
THAYER -- The Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center will hold its annual Miles for Meals walkathon Sept. 10. The walk again this year will be at the Thayer High School gymnasium All proceeds will go to the meal program at the Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center...
New school board member appointed (09/08/05)
THAYER -- The oath of office was administered to new Thayer School Board member Doyle Fink at the Aug. 11 Thayer School Board meeting. Fink was appointed to the position after the resignation of elected school board member Calvin Crawford who resigned for personal reasons...
Feds search for Cherokee woman (09/08/05)
The FBI and local officials are searching for a Cherokee Village woman who allegedly abducted her 10-year-old son Sept. 2 from a foster home in New Windsor, Ill. Jeff Dale, a detective with the Mercer County Sheriff's Department in Illinois, said Aimee Hankins, 34, entered the foster home during the night and took her son, Devin K. Hankins...
Koshkonong brings university courses to area students (09/08/05)
KOSHKONONG -- A new program aimed at students who are "serious about learning" has begun this year at Koshkonong High School. It is the Missouri Virtual Classroom through Missouri State University in Springfield. The coordinator for the program is Brenda Lambe...
BUYING WATER: (09/08/05)
Ira Bodeker and Bob Luster of the Ash Flat Kingdom Hall load a trailer with bottles of water they bought from ALCO Sept. 2. The men bought $2,400 of water from ALCO, Wal-Mart, Price Chopper and Town and Country for victims of Hurricane Katrina. The water was transported to Melbourne where it will then be shipped to Louisiana. Photo/Charbauski...
RISING COSTS: (09/08/05)
Gas prices at Red Mule in Highland are on the rise along with the prices at other stations around the region. Hurricane Katrina shut down nine Gulf Coast refineries, disrupted gasoline pipelines to the Midwest and East and stopped 90 percent of the oil production in the Gulf of Mexico. The average price of regular unleaded gasoline in the state Friday was $2.82 per gallon. Photo/Wulff...
Area joins Katrina relief effort (09/08/05)
The communities of Mammoth Spring and Oregon County have joined forces and established an organized effort to collect relief items for the survivors of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. A semi-truck trailer is set up at the Mammoth Spring High School, donated by Steed Trucking...
Area prepares for evacuees (09/08/05)
Helping hands: Raymond Smith (right) hands his wife a box full of donated non-perishable food Sept. 5 behind the Fulton County Sheriff's Department. Approximately 50 area families donated food and other supplies at the site for Hurricane Katrina survivors who are in the area. Photo/Jared...
Winey, Schroeder to wed (09/08/05)
Dale and Drexene Winey of Ash Flat announce the marriage of their daughter, Angela Winey, to Benjamin Schroeder of San Angelo, Texas. Angela's sister, Mlynda Scott, will be acting as matron of honor and will be supported by Angela's long-time friends, Carissa Snearly of Cherokee Village and Jennifer Talagrand of Boulder, Colo...
Benefit yard sale to be held (09/08/05)
The staff and residents of Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehab will hold a yard sale and bake sale Sept. 9 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to raise funds for the Salvation Army Katrina Relief Fund. Everyone is invited to stop by, find a treasure and by doing so help the Salvation Army provide for the victims of Hurricane Katrina...
Fulton Fair gives reminder to prize winners (09/08/05)
Fulton County Fair officials announce that $23,418.18 was awarded in cash premiums, savings bonds, ribbons, trophies and plaques for the 2005 county fair. Premium checks are now available at the Fulton County Extension Office and should be picked up by Sept. 30...
Class visits Fredericksburg (09/08/05)
Aug. 12 marked the end of the summer 2005 session at Drury's Cabool campus. Those who were enrolled in summer classes had an eclectic variety of subjects to choose from and included courses such as beginning swimming, taught by Karma Murr, and a special topic course entitled Serial Homicide, taught by Tim Ceplina...
Nominations being accepted (09/08/05)
The Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame is accepting nominees for induction into the class of 2005. Created 18 years ago, the hall honors Arkansans who are, or have been, pioneers in the farming industry. "It is our intention to seek out and recognize those individuals who have made a profound impact on Arkansas agriculture, and each year we solicit the assistance of Arkansas residents to help us in this effort," says Cal McCastlain, chairman of the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame...
Barten earns scholarship (09/08/05)
Jessica Barten of Thayer has been awarded the Gammill Family Foundation Scholarship for Nursing from Missouri State University-West Plains. Barten, a 2004 graduate of Thayer High School, is a sophomore nursing major at MSU-WP. She is the daughter of Gary and Cindy Barten of Thayer...
Benefit yard sale to be held (09/08/05)
The staff and residents of Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehab will hold a yard sale and bake sale Sept. 9 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to raise funds for the Salvation Army Katrina Relief Fund. Everyone is invited to stop by, find a treasure and by doing so help the Salvation Army provide for the victims of Hurricane Katrina...
Fulton Fair gives reminder to prize winners (09/08/05)
Fulton County Fair officials announce that $23,418.18 was awarded in cash premiums, savings bonds, ribbons, trophies and plaques for the 2005 county fair. Premium checks are now available at the Fulton County Extension Office and should be picked up by Sept. 30...
Winey, Schroeder to wed (09/08/05)
Dale and Drexene Winey of Ash Flat announce the marriage of their daughter, Angela Winey, to Benjamin Schroeder of San Angelo, Texas. Angela's sister, Mlynda Scott, will be acting as matron of honor and will be supported by Angela's long-time friends, Carissa Snearly of Cherokee Village and Jennifer Talagrand of Boulder, Colo...
Class visits Fredericksburg (09/08/05)
Aug. 12 marked the end of the summer 2005 session at Drury's Cabool campus. Those who were enrolled in summer classes had an eclectic variety of subjects to choose from and included courses such as beginning swimming, taught by Karma Murr, and a special topic course entitled Serial Homicide, taught by Tim Ceplina...
Barten earns scholarship (09/08/05)
Jessica Barten of Thayer has been awarded the Gammill Family Foundation Scholarship for Nursing from Missouri State University-West Plains. Barten, a 2004 graduate of Thayer High School, is a sophomore nursing major at MSU-WP. She is the daughter of Gary and Cindy Barten of Thayer...
Nominations being accepted (09/08/05)
The Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame is accepting nominees for induction into the class of 2005. Created 18 years ago, the hall honors Arkansans who are, or have been, pioneers in the farming industry. "It is our intention to seek out and recognize those individuals who have made a profound impact on Arkansas agriculture, and each year we solicit the assistance of Arkansas residents to help us in this effort," says Cal McCastlain, chairman of the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame...
SALEM 14, THAYER 36 Bounced by the Bobcats (09/08/05)
Turnovers are to football teams what curiosity is to cats. Especially when stacked back-to-back. Two consecutive turnovers on Salem's first two offensive series of the fourth period proved fatal, as the Ed Kelley era of Greyhound football began with a 36-14 loss to the Thayer Bobcats at Louis Bozman Stadium Sept. 2...
Lady Grizzlies drop season opener to Lake Land (09/08/05)
A lack of preseason scrimmages may have played a role in the Missouri State University-West Plains' Grizzlies' season opening loss Saturday to Lake Land College in Mattoon, Ill. The Lady Grizzlies (0-1) fell to the Lady Lakers 27-30, 30-16, 28-30, 26-30 in a volleyball contest between two "evenly matched" teams, Grizzlies Head Coach Trish Kissiar-Knight said...
Lady Grizzlies drop season opener to Lake Land (09/08/05)
A lack of preseason scrimmages may have played a role in the Missouri State University-West Plains' Grizzlies' season opening loss Saturday to Lake Land College in Mattoon, Ill. The Lady Grizzlies (0-1) fell to the Lady Lakers 27-30, 30-16, 28-30, 26-30 in a volleyball contest between two "evenly matched" teams, Grizzlies Head Coach Trish Kissiar-Knight said...
SALEM 14, THAYER 36 Bounced by the Bobcats (09/08/05)
Turnovers are to football teams what curiosity is to cats. Especially when stacked back-to-back. Two consecutive turnovers on Salem's first two offensive series of the fourth period proved fatal, as the Ed Kelley era of Greyhound football began with a 36-14 loss to the Thayer Bobcats at Louis Bozman Stadium Sept. 2...
John L. Schuler (09/08/05)
John L. Schuler, 88, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Aug. 30, 2005, at his home. He was born Jan. 8, 1917, at South Beloit, Ill., the son of Thomas Joseph and Catherine Bridgett (Quinllin) Schuler. He was a U.S. Army Air Force veteran, having served during World War II. He worked for both Skill Corporation and OEA Inc., enjoyed golfing, square dancing and was of the Catholic faith...
Willie " Crook" Moser (09/08/05)
Willie Troyce "Crook" Moser, 80, son of the late Homer Clede Moser and Mabel Billingsley Moser, was born March 23, 1925. He died Aug. 28, 2005, in Melbourne, Ark. He was a veteran having served in United States Army. He was a self-employed carpenter...
Ella Davis (09/08/05)
Ella Davis, of West Plains, Mo., formerly of Oxford, Ark., was born July 31, 1907, in Oxford to Robert Tatum and Fannie Hamilon Tatum. She died Aug. 31, 2005, at National Health Care in West Plains at the age of 98. At the age of 13 she married Floyd Davis at Oxford. She was employed by a nursing home for many years...
Ralph E. Kincade (09/08/05)
Ralph E. Kincade, of Salem, son of the late George T. Kincade and Alvena A. Hassler Kincade, was born Jan. 7, 1923, in Pettis County, Mo. He died Aug. 29, 2005, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 82. He was united in marriage to Lois Cunningham Bryant on May 18, 1986, at Salem, Ark...
Charlsie Caroline Meyer (09/08/05)
Charlsie Caroline Meyer, infant daughter of Shane and Leslie Meyer died Aug. 29, 2005, at St. Edward Mercy Medical Center in Fort Smith, Ark. She is survived by her parents, Shane and Leslie Meyer of Waldron, Ark.; paternal grandparents, Cecil W. and Shirley Meyer of Horseshoe Bend; maternal grandmother, Donna Martin Crawford of Ash Flat; maternal great-grandmother, Irene Rogers of Ash Flat; and many other relatives and friends...
William Murrey (09/08/05)
William Murrey, 82, of Williford, Ark., died Sept. 1, 2005, at his home. He was born Sept. 14, 1923, in Hardy, the son of Daniel Boone and Laura Dotson Murrey. He was united in marriage Nov. 7, 1983, to Frances Payne. He worked for Ozark Acres on the road crew and was a farmer...
James Vernon Turley (09/08/05)
James Vernon Turley, 76, of Ozark Acres, Ark., died Aug. 27, 2005, at the Regional Medical Center of NEA in Jonesboro. He was born March 4, 1929 in Gaston Ala., the son of Lester Turley and Ivane Turley. He was united in marriage to Mary Clark Turley...
Phyllis Ann Broadwater (09/08/05)
Phyllis Ann Broadwater, 56 of Cave City, Ark., died Aug. 30, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Dec. 16, 1948, at Batesville, Ark., to Doyle and Geneva Sharp Broadwater. She was a member of the Eastside Southern Baptist Church in Cave City...
Reba Faye Evans (09/08/05)
Reba Faye Williams Evans, 86, of Sidney, Ark., died Sept. 1, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Sept. 25, 1918, at Needmore, Ark., to Bill and Pearl Marlin Williams. She was united in marriage in 1939 to Ray Evans. She was retired from the Sharp Nursing Home at Sidney, a homemaker and a member of the Corner Stone Baptist Church at Mount Pleasant...
Bobby Leftwich (09/08/05)
Bobby Rayburn Leftwich, 62, of Sherwood, Ark., son of Joe Marshall and Beulah Estes Leftwich, was born in Ash Flat, Ark. May 1, 1943. He passed away Aug. 14, 2005. Survivors include his wife, Mary Lou Leftwich; one son, Keith Leftwich and wife Toni; one daughter, Kathy Haralson and Robert Haralson; a twin brother, Richard Leftwich and wife, Joyce; eldest brother, Loyd Leftwich and wife Vineda; three grandchildren, Dakota Leftwich, Julie Haralson, and Brenda Leftwich; and numerous other loving family members and friends.. ...
John Sullivan (09/08/05)
John Sullivan, 81, of Hardy, Ark., was born Feb. 25, 1924, in Hardy, Ark., the son of Neal Sullivan and Margaret Semple Sullivan. He was employed in television repair and was a veteran of the military, having served in the Army Air Corps during World War II...
Edwin "Doyle" Goodman (09/08/05)
Edwin "Doyle" Goodwin, 63, of Evening Shade died Aug. 31, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born Dec. 13, 1941, at Ash Flat the son of John R. and Mary Francis Shands Goodman. He was retired from Conagra in Batesville after 32 years of service and was a member of the First Missionary Baptist Church in Cave City...
Ella Davis (09/08/05)
Ella Davis, of West Plains, Mo., formerly of Oxford, Ark., was born July 31, 1907, in Oxford to Robert Tatum and Fannie Hamilon Tatum. She died Aug. 31, 2005, at National Health Care in West Plains at the age of 98. At the age of 13 she married Floyd Davis at Oxford. She was employed by a nursing home for many years...
John Sullivan (09/08/05)
John Sullivan, 81, of Hardy, Ark., was born Feb. 25, 1924, in Hardy, Ark., the son of Neal Sullivan and Margaret Semple Sullivan. He was employed in television repair and was a veteran of the military, having served in the Army Air Corps during World War II...
John L. Schuler (09/08/05)
John L. Schuler, 88, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Aug. 30, 2005, at his home. He was born Jan. 8, 1917, at South Beloit, Ill., the son of Thomas Joseph and Catherine Bridgett (Quinllin) Schuler. He was a U.S. Army Air Force veteran, having served during World War II. He worked for both Skill Corporation and OEA Inc., enjoyed golfing, square dancing and was of the Catholic faith...
William Murrey (09/08/05)
William Murrey, 82, of Williford, Ark., died Sept. 1, 2005, at his home. He was born Sept. 14, 1923, in Hardy, the son of Daniel Boone and Laura Dotson Murrey. He was united in marriage Nov. 7, 1983, to Frances Payne. He worked for Ozark Acres on the road crew and was a farmer...
Ralph E. Kincade (09/08/05)
Ralph E. Kincade, of Salem, son of the late George T. Kincade and Alvena A. Hassler Kincade, was born Jan. 7, 1923, in Pettis County, Mo. He died Aug. 29, 2005, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 82. He was united in marriage to Lois Cunningham Bryant on May 18, 1986, at Salem, Ark...
Edwin "Doyle" Goodman (09/08/05)
Edwin "Doyle" Goodwin, 63, of Evening Shade died Aug. 31, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born Dec. 13, 1941, at Ash Flat the son of John R. and Mary Francis Shands Goodman. He was retired from Conagra in Batesville after 32 years of service and was a member of the First Missionary Baptist Church in Cave City...
Bobby Leftwich (09/08/05)
Bobby Rayburn Leftwich, 62, of Sherwood, Ark., son of Joe Marshall and Beulah Estes Leftwich, was born in Ash Flat, Ark. May 1, 1943. He passed away Aug. 14, 2005. Survivors include his wife, Mary Lou Leftwich; one son, Keith Leftwich and wife Toni; one daughter, Kathy Haralson and Robert Haralson; a twin brother, Richard Leftwich and wife, Joyce; eldest brother, Loyd Leftwich and wife Vineda; three grandchildren, Dakota Leftwich, Julie Haralson, and Brenda Leftwich; and numerous other loving family members and friends.. ...
Reba Faye Evans (09/08/05)
Reba Faye Williams Evans, 86, of Sidney, Ark., died Sept. 1, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Sept. 25, 1918, at Needmore, Ark., to Bill and Pearl Marlin Williams. She was united in marriage in 1939 to Ray Evans. She was retired from the Sharp Nursing Home at Sidney, a homemaker and a member of the Corner Stone Baptist Church at Mount Pleasant...
Phyllis Ann Broadwater (09/08/05)
Phyllis Ann Broadwater, 56 of Cave City, Ark., died Aug. 30, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Dec. 16, 1948, at Batesville, Ark., to Doyle and Geneva Sharp Broadwater. She was a member of the Eastside Southern Baptist Church in Cave City...
Charlsie Caroline Meyer (09/08/05)
Charlsie Caroline Meyer, infant daughter of Shane and Leslie Meyer died Aug. 29, 2005, at St. Edward Mercy Medical Center in Fort Smith, Ark. She is survived by her parents, Shane and Leslie Meyer of Waldron, Ark.; paternal grandparents, Cecil W. and Shirley Meyer of Horseshoe Bend; maternal grandmother, Donna Martin Crawford of Ash Flat; maternal great-grandmother, Irene Rogers of Ash Flat; and many other relatives and friends...
Willie " Crook" Moser (09/08/05)
Willie Troyce "Crook" Moser, 80, son of the late Homer Clede Moser and Mabel Billingsley Moser, was born March 23, 1925. He died Aug. 28, 2005, in Melbourne, Ark. He was a veteran having served in United States Army. He was a self-employed carpenter...
James Vernon Turley (09/08/05)
James Vernon Turley, 76, of Ozark Acres, Ark., died Aug. 27, 2005, at the Regional Medical Center of NEA in Jonesboro. He was born March 4, 1929 in Gaston Ala., the son of Lester Turley and Ivane Turley. He was united in marriage to Mary Clark Turley...
Dawson Joseph Fiorino (09/08/05)
Sofia and Olivia Fiorino announce the birth of their baby brother, Dawson Joseph. He was born Aug. 17, 2005, weighing 9 pounds, 6 ounces. Parents are Joe and Sue Fiorino of O'Fallon, Mo. Joe is attending Logan Chiropractic College in Chesterfield, Mo., and will be graduating in April 2006...
Savannah Marie Chance (09/08/05)
Big brother Aubrey Garrett Chance, 1-1/2 years, proudly introduces his new baby sister, Savannah Marie Chance. Savannah was born May 15, 2005, to Bobby and Julia Chance of Mammoth Spring. She weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Keith and Bette Langston of Mammoth Spring, Lamar and Janie Chance of Hot Springs, and Veda Chance of Little Rock...
Dawson Joseph Fiorino (09/08/05)
Sofia and Olivia Fiorino announce the birth of their baby brother, Dawson Joseph. He was born Aug. 17, 2005, weighing 9 pounds, 6 ounces. Parents are Joe and Sue Fiorino of O'Fallon, Mo. Joe is attending Logan Chiropractic College in Chesterfield, Mo., and will be graduating in April 2006...
Savannah Marie Chance (09/08/05)
Big brother Aubrey Garrett Chance, 1-1/2 years, proudly introduces his new baby sister, Savannah Marie Chance. Savannah was born May 15, 2005, to Bobby and Julia Chance of Mammoth Spring. She weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Keith and Bette Langston of Mammoth Spring, Lamar and Janie Chance of Hot Springs, and Veda Chance of Little Rock...
Risners celebrate golden anniversary (09/08/05)
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Risner (Lewis and Pauline) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 20 at the Woodmen of the World Lodge in Huntsville, Ala. Their children and spouses hosted the reception. Their children and spouses are: Steven and Gwendolyn Risner, Susan and David Hand, Curtis Risner, Janet Gattis, William Risner, all of Huntsville, and Bruce and Cynthia Risner of Baytown Texas...
Risners celebrate golden anniversary (09/08/05)
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Risner (Lewis and Pauline) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 20 at the Woodmen of the World Lodge in Huntsville, Ala. Their children and spouses hosted the reception. Their children and spouses are: Steven and Gwendolyn Risner, Susan and David Hand, Curtis Risner, Janet Gattis, William Risner, all of Huntsville, and Bruce and Cynthia Risner of Baytown Texas...
Boldly Going Nowhere (09/08/05)
Skunks come in two varieties. There's the two-legged species that stink up the world with their offensive behavior and the four-legged species that stink up the world with their offensive odor. Sometimes the two-legged species also emits an offensive odor, usually due to a lack on interest in bathing or too many bean burritos...
Boldly Going Nowhere (09/08/05)
Skunks come in two varieties. There's the two-legged species that stink up the world with their offensive behavior and the four-legged species that stink up the world with their offensive odor. Sometimes the two-legged species also emits an offensive odor, usually due to a lack on interest in bathing or too many bean burritos...