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Stories from Thursday, February 9, 2006

Trial on for man who scaled White House fence (02/09/06)
WASHINGTON -- A Mammoth Spring man who was arrested after authorities say he scaled and jumped over a fence on the north lawn of the White House in December of last year will stand trial Feb. 16 in Washington, D.C. Shawn Cox, 29, was arrested by the Secret Service Dec. ...
Sheriff's stop leads to arrest (02/09/06)
An early morning traffic stop in Melbourne resulted in drug charges and an arrest on Feb. 1. Sheriff Tate Lawrence stopped Ricky Ray Lake, 27, of Melbourne who had been driving on a suspended driver's license. During a search of the vehicle by Izard County Deputy Chad Hobson, he found a quantity of individually wrapped packages of a leafy green substance, believed to be marijuana, along with a syringe and a spoon which showed signs of being used to heat illegal drugs, according to authorities...
Grant lays foundation for buildings (02/09/06)
Cave City's students with an interest in agriculture may have a place to call their own with the help of some state funding. The Cave City School District has been conditionally approved for a $522,900 grant from the Arkansas Public School Academic Facilities and Transportation Commission for construction of an agriculture education building...
Mammoth Spring State Park begins 2006 season (02/09/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The program season at Mammoth Spring State Park will begin early this year with Bluebird Day March 11. Anyone interested in learning about bluebirds and building a bluebird box to take home can attend this program. The Spring River Sportsman's Club sponsors this event each year and members will be on hand to help build the nest boxes. ...
2006 assessment lists for Oregon County have been mailed (02/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County's 2006 assessment lists have been mailed and are due back to County Assessor Charles Alford's office by March 1. Alford told The South Missourian News that 5,144 of the forms were mailed. "If anyone has difficulty filling out their assessment form, they can come in the office, located on the first floor of the courthouse, or call the office at 417-778-7471 and myself or other office personnel will be happy to help," Alford said...
Alton man transported to state prison (02/09/06)
ALTON -- An Alton man was transported to state prison in Bonne Terre on a felony parole violation last week. Daniel G. Johnson, 33, was arrested at his residence at Route 2 Alton Feb. 2 by officers with the Oregon County Sheriff's Department. Besides the parole violation, Johnson was charged with felony resisting arrest...
5 sentenced in Fulton court (02/09/06)
Circuit Court was held in Fulton County Feb. 2. Joseph Ray Sacra, 26, of Mammoth Spring was sentenced to two years, one suspended, in a regional punishment facility after being found guilty of second degree battery, a class D felony; first degree criminal mischief, a class C felony; aggravated assault on a family or household member, a class D felony; resisting arrest, a class A misdemeanor; and first degree terroristic threatening, a class D felony...
TREES (02/09/06)
TREES: Members of the Mammoth Spring Tree City USA Board and Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace spent a portion of last week planting approximately 200 trees at the Mammoth Spring City Park, Lassiter Access and the Mammoth Spring Cemetery. Pace said the city received the trees free through the Arkansas Department of Forestry. ...
CORRECTION (02/09/06)
CORRECTION The names of candidates who filed for positions on the Koshkonong School Board were not correct in the Jan. 25 issue The South Missourian News. The names should have read: Kevin Kazen, Marcus Reynolds, Tammy Hampton, Michael Adams and Greg England...
MAIN STREET ACCIDENT (02/09/06)
MAIN STREET ACCIDENT: A Thayer woman, Daisy Mae Whiteside, 83, suffered moderate injuries Feb. 3 when the truck she was driving was hit head-on by another truck on Main Street in Mammoth Spring. Mammoth Spring Police Chief Michael Davis said the 1987 Chevrolet truck driven by Whiteside was hit by a 1998 Dodge truck driven by Daniel Smithee, 31, of Mammoth Spring. ...
NEW TEACHERS (02/09/06)
NEW TEACHERS: New teachers this semester at Mammoth Spring High School are, Corey Emerson, left, and Kim Ragsdale. Emerson who is the music, band and vocal teacher at the school. Emerson is a graduate of Arkansas State University. Ragsdale has been hired as the new high school counselor at the school. Ragsdale is a graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University. She previously was a school counselor at West Plains for six years...
Salem Schools in state's top 20 (02/09/06)
Salem School District has received an A grade from the Arkansas Policy Foundation, a non-profit and non-partisan economic research organization in Little Rock, for the 2004-05 school year. It is one of only 20 school districts in the state to receive an A grade...
Sharp Nursing Home closing doors (02/09/06)
GOODBYES: Sharp Nursing Home CNAs Carol Malone of Evening Shade, left, and Ruth Burch of Horseshoe Bend reminisce with resident Lillie McKee. McKee said she was born in Jackson County in 1935. McKee, along with all of the home's other residents, will be moving within the month to facilities elsewhere...
Wrecks claim two lives (02/09/06)
A two-vehicle wreck on Highway 63 just outside of Hardy Feb. 5 killed a Ravenden man. Gregory W. Rainwater, 49, of Ravenden was southbound in a 1995 Dodge pickup on Highway 63 when he crossed the center line and struck a 2005 Chevrolet pickup head on, said Cpl. Phillip Pickett with the Arkansas State Police. The wreck occurred around 9:30 p.m...
Thayer seeks grants (02/09/06)
THAYER -- Thayer city employee Gary Barton announced last week he will be submitting an application for a Transportation Enhancement Funds grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation. Barton said if the grant is approved it will be used to replace, repair and add new sidewalks in the city...
Grant lays foundation for buildings (02/09/06)
Photo/Wulff BUILDING ON EDUCATION: Ramon Templin of Onia, left, Danny Rogers of Highland, middle, and Mike Dillard of Horseshoe Bend rake and remove gravel to prepare for concrete to be poured on what will become a hallway in Cave City's new gym. Construction of the gym and high school are on schedule, Superintendent Steven Green said...
K-Kountry hosts St. Jude radiothon for 21st year (02/09/06)
ST. JUDE CHEST: K-Kountry 95 employees Lynn Hobbs, left, and Mike Crase examine the mini cedar chest made by Daniel Bowers. Bowers' daughter Madison has been battling cancer and her father made the chest in her honor. It will be used to hold donations collected Feb. 15, the day of the of the Country Cares for Kids K-Kountry 95 Radiothon...
Thayer seeks grants (02/09/06)
THAYER -- Thayer city employee Gary Barton announced last week he will be submitting an application for a Transportation Enhancement Funds grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation. Barton said if the grant is approved it will be used to replace, repair and add new sidewalks in the city...
Sheriff's stop leads to arrest (02/09/06)
An early morning traffic stop in Melbourne resulted in drug charges and an arrest on Feb. 1. Sheriff Tate Lawrence stopped Ricky Ray Lake, 27, of Melbourne who had been driving on a suspended driver's license. During a search of the vehicle by Izard County Deputy Chad Hobson, he found a quantity of individually wrapped packages of a leafy green substance, believed to be marijuana, along with a syringe and a spoon which showed signs of being used to heat illegal drugs, according to authorities...
Trial on for man who scaled White House fence (02/09/06)
WASHINGTON -- A Mammoth Spring man who was arrested after authorities say he scaled and jumped over a fence on the north lawn of the White House in December of last year will stand trial Feb. 16 in Washington, D.C. Shawn Cox, 29, was arrested by the Secret Service Dec. ...
5 sentenced in Fulton court (02/09/06)
Circuit Court was held in Fulton County Feb. 2. Joseph Ray Sacra, 26, of Mammoth Spring was sentenced to two years, one suspended, in a regional punishment facility after being found guilty of second degree battery, a class D felony; first degree criminal mischief, a class C felony; aggravated assault on a family or household member, a class D felony; resisting arrest, a class A misdemeanor; and first degree terroristic threatening, a class D felony...
Alton man transported to state prison (02/09/06)
ALTON -- An Alton man was transported to state prison in Bonne Terre on a felony parole violation last week. Daniel G. Johnson, 33, was arrested at his residence at Route 2 Alton Feb. 2 by officers with the Oregon County Sheriff's Department. Besides the parole violation, Johnson was charged with felony resisting arrest...
K-Kountry hosts St. Jude radiothon for 21st year (02/09/06)
ST. JUDE CHEST: K-Kountry 95 employees Lynn Hobbs, left, and Mike Crase examine the mini cedar chest made by Daniel Bowers. Bowers' daughter Madison has been battling cancer and her father made the chest in her honor. It will be used to hold donations collected Feb. 15, the day of the of the Country Cares for Kids K-Kountry 95 Radiothon...
Wrecks claim two lives (02/09/06)
A two-vehicle wreck on Highway 63 just outside of Hardy Feb. 5 killed a Ravenden man. Gregory W. Rainwater, 49, of Ravenden was southbound in a 1995 Dodge pickup on Highway 63 when he crossed the center line and struck a 2005 Chevrolet pickup head on, said Cpl. Phillip Pickett with the Arkansas State Police. The wreck occurred around 9:30 p.m...
Grant lays foundation for buildings (02/09/06)
Cave City's students with an interest in agriculture may have a place to call their own with the help of some state funding. The Cave City School District has been conditionally approved for a $522,900 grant from the Arkansas Public School Academic Facilities and Transportation Commission for construction of an agriculture education building...
Sharp Nursing Home closing doors (02/09/06)
GOODBYES: Sharp Nursing Home CNAs Carol Malone of Evening Shade, left, and Ruth Burch of Horseshoe Bend reminisce with resident Lillie McKee. McKee said she was born in Jackson County in 1935. McKee, along with all of the home's other residents, will be moving within the month to facilities elsewhere...
Salem Schools in state's top 20 (02/09/06)
Salem School District has received an A grade from the Arkansas Policy Foundation, a non-profit and non-partisan economic research organization in Little Rock, for the 2004-05 school year. It is one of only 20 school districts in the state to receive an A grade...
NEW TEACHERS (02/09/06)
NEW TEACHERS: New teachers this semester at Mammoth Spring High School are, Corey Emerson, left, and Kim Ragsdale. Emerson who is the music, band and vocal teacher at the school. Emerson is a graduate of Arkansas State University. Ragsdale has been hired as the new high school counselor at the school. Ragsdale is a graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University. She previously was a school counselor at West Plains for six years...
Grant lays foundation for buildings (02/09/06)
Photo/Wulff BUILDING ON EDUCATION: Ramon Templin of Onia, left, Danny Rogers of Highland, middle, and Mike Dillard of Horseshoe Bend rake and remove gravel to prepare for concrete to be poured on what will become a hallway in Cave City's new gym. Construction of the gym and high school are on schedule, Superintendent Steven Green said...
Mammoth Spring State Park begins 2006 season (02/09/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The program season at Mammoth Spring State Park will begin early this year with Bluebird Day March 11. Anyone interested in learning about bluebirds and building a bluebird box to take home can attend this program. The Spring River Sportsman's Club sponsors this event each year and members will be on hand to help build the nest boxes. ...
2006 assessment lists for Oregon County have been mailed (02/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County's 2006 assessment lists have been mailed and are due back to County Assessor Charles Alford's office by March 1. Alford told The South Missourian News that 5,144 of the forms were mailed. "If anyone has difficulty filling out their assessment form, they can come in the office, located on the first floor of the courthouse, or call the office at 417-778-7471 and myself or other office personnel will be happy to help," Alford said...
TREES (02/09/06)
TREES: Members of the Mammoth Spring Tree City USA Board and Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace spent a portion of last week planting approximately 200 trees at the Mammoth Spring City Park, Lassiter Access and the Mammoth Spring Cemetery. Pace said the city received the trees free through the Arkansas Department of Forestry. ...
MAIN STREET ACCIDENT (02/09/06)
MAIN STREET ACCIDENT: A Thayer woman, Daisy Mae Whiteside, 83, suffered moderate injuries Feb. 3 when the truck she was driving was hit head-on by another truck on Main Street in Mammoth Spring. Mammoth Spring Police Chief Michael Davis said the 1987 Chevrolet truck driven by Whiteside was hit by a 1998 Dodge truck driven by Daniel Smithee, 31, of Mammoth Spring. ...
CORRECTION (02/09/06)
CORRECTION The names of candidates who filed for positions on the Koshkonong School Board were not correct in the Jan. 25 issue The South Missourian News. The names should have read: Kevin Kazen, Marcus Reynolds, Tammy Hampton, Michael Adams and Greg England...
Miller earns membership (02/09/06)
Marcus Miller of Melbourne, a Modern Woodman of America district manager, has earned membership in Modern Woodmen's 2005 District Manager Round Table. The distinction recognizes outstanding leadership and is based on high achievement in life insurance sales. Founded in 1983 as a fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen of America offers financial services and fraternal member benefits to individuals and families throughout the United States...
Wood named to Who's Who Among America's Teachers (02/09/06)
Marilyn Wood of Cherokee Village has been named to the 9th edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers published by Educational Communications of Austin, Texas. Who's Who Among America's Teachers is the recognition program in the education field where the ultimate consumers of education -- high school, college and post-graduate students -- have the opportunity to honor teachers who have most significantly impacted their lives...
Cook appointed deputy grand lecturer (02/09/06)
Sister Glenda Peyton of Pine Bluff and Brother Johnnie Stovall of Arkadelphia, worthy grand matron and worthy grand patron of the Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Arkansas, have appointed Frances Tennison of Hoxie as grand Esther and Lena Cook of Cherokee Village as deputy grand lecturer for the year of 2006...
Izard County places third in Quiz Bowl (02/09/06)
Izard County Junior High School placed third in the Class AA Regional Junior High Quiz Bowl Tournament held Feb. 4 at Midland High School. Izard County defeated eventual champion Cave City, Cedar Ridge, Midland and Sloan-Hendrix in the tournament while losing only one match to Melbourne...
Salem students win first place in Arkansas Stock Market Game (02/09/06)
The Arkansas Council on Economic Education (ACEE) awarded first place, Senior High Division/Region 4 of The Arkansas Stock Market Game™ (SMG) to Carol Oliver and her team of students from Salem High School. Team members were Jessica Baker, Nicole Booth and Lindsay Shannon...
MSU-West Plains names honor students (02/09/06)
Missouri State University-West Plains has announced its fall 2005 Chancellor's List honorees. To qualify for the Missouri State-West Plains Chancellor's List, students must have earned a 4.0 grade point average for 12 or more credit hours taking during the session...
Izard County places third in Quiz Bowl (02/09/06)
Izard County Junior High School placed third in the Class AA Regional Junior High Quiz Bowl Tournament held Feb. 4 at Midland High School. Izard County defeated eventual champion Cave City, Cedar Ridge, Midland and Sloan-Hendrix in the tournament while losing only one match to Melbourne...
Salem students win first place in Arkansas Stock Market Game (02/09/06)
The Arkansas Council on Economic Education (ACEE) awarded first place, Senior High Division/Region 4 of The Arkansas Stock Market Game™ (SMG) to Carol Oliver and her team of students from Salem High School. Team members were Jessica Baker, Nicole Booth and Lindsay Shannon...
Cook appointed deputy grand lecturer (02/09/06)
Sister Glenda Peyton of Pine Bluff and Brother Johnnie Stovall of Arkadelphia, worthy grand matron and worthy grand patron of the Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Arkansas, have appointed Frances Tennison of Hoxie as grand Esther and Lena Cook of Cherokee Village as deputy grand lecturer for the year of 2006...
Wood named to Who's Who Among America's Teachers (02/09/06)
Marilyn Wood of Cherokee Village has been named to the 9th edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers published by Educational Communications of Austin, Texas. Who's Who Among America's Teachers is the recognition program in the education field where the ultimate consumers of education -- high school, college and post-graduate students -- have the opportunity to honor teachers who have most significantly impacted their lives...
MSU-West Plains names honor students (02/09/06)
Missouri State University-West Plains has announced its fall 2005 Chancellor's List honorees. To qualify for the Missouri State-West Plains Chancellor's List, students must have earned a 4.0 grade point average for 12 or more credit hours taking during the session...
Miller earns membership (02/09/06)
Marcus Miller of Melbourne, a Modern Woodman of America district manager, has earned membership in Modern Woodmen's 2005 District Manager Round Table. The distinction recognizes outstanding leadership and is based on high achievement in life insurance sales. Founded in 1983 as a fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen of America offers financial services and fraternal member benefits to individuals and families throughout the United States...
Lady Cougs top Thayer Lady Cats in border showdown (02/09/06)
Regardless of which side of the border they live on, basketball fans in northern Arkansas and southern Missouri got a rare treat Feb. 4, with two of the most explosive girls' teams in their respective states squaring off in non-conference hoops action at Bobcat Gymnasium in Thayer...
Thayer splits with Izard County (02/09/06)
Regardless of which side of the border they live on, basketball fans in northern Arkansas and southern Missouri got a rare treat Feb. 4, with two of the most explosive girls' teams in their respective states squaring off in non-conference hoops action at Bobcat Gymnasium in Thayer...
Hillbillies top USBC Tourney at Thayer Lanes (02/09/06)
The Thayer USBC held its annual Men's Tournament on Jan. 7-8 at Thayer Lanes. Top money in team competition went to the "Hillbillies" -- James Stark, Walter Phipps, Ron McCann and Frank Rudesill. Second-place winners were the "Four Musketeers" -- Frank Rudesill, Martin Gray, R.C. Cali and Dennis Walters...
Lady Horns pass Salem on late free throws (02/09/06)
When two old adversaries square off with one another, little is certain except for one thing; victory will not simply be handed out, rather it will have been earned at day's end. That's exactly what happened Feb. 3 as the Salem Lady Greyhounds welcomed their old friends from down the road a bit, the Viola Lady Longhorns, to the Dawg Pound for a 2AA-North clash...
WPMS 2006 schedule released (02/09/06)
West Plains Motor Speedway promoters Don and Billie Gibson have released the 2006 racing schedule. Again this year, as in the past six, the Stanfill Memorial Modified Special will actually kick off competition with a three-day modified event paying $8,000 to win and $800 to start the 50-lap feature sponsored by Dirt Works Race Cars of Walker, Mo...
Lady Horns pass Salem on late free throws (02/09/06)
When two old adversaries square off with one another, little is certain except for one thing; victory will not simply be handed out, rather it will have been earned at day's end. That's exactly what happened Feb. 3 as the Salem Lady Greyhounds welcomed their old friends from down the road a bit, the Viola Lady Longhorns, to the Dawg Pound for a 2AA-North clash...
WPMS 2006 schedule released (02/09/06)
West Plains Motor Speedway promoters Don and Billie Gibson have released the 2006 racing schedule. Again this year, as in the past six, the Stanfill Memorial Modified Special will actually kick off competition with a three-day modified event paying $8,000 to win and $800 to start the 50-lap feature sponsored by Dirt Works Race Cars of Walker, Mo...
Hillbillies top USBC Tourney at Thayer Lanes (02/09/06)
The Thayer USBC held its annual Men's Tournament on Jan. 7-8 at Thayer Lanes. Top money in team competition went to the "Hillbillies" -- James Stark, Walter Phipps, Ron McCann and Frank Rudesill. Second-place winners were the "Four Musketeers" -- Frank Rudesill, Martin Gray, R.C. Cali and Dennis Walters...
Thayer splits with Izard County (02/09/06)
Regardless of which side of the border they live on, basketball fans in northern Arkansas and southern Missouri got a rare treat Feb. 4, with two of the most explosive girls' teams in their respective states squaring off in non-conference hoops action at Bobcat Gymnasium in Thayer...
Lady Cougs top Thayer Lady Cats in border showdown (02/09/06)
Regardless of which side of the border they live on, basketball fans in northern Arkansas and southern Missouri got a rare treat Feb. 4, with two of the most explosive girls' teams in their respective states squaring off in non-conference hoops action at Bobcat Gymnasium in Thayer...
Jeff Koch (02/09/06)
Jeff Koch, 30, of Evening Shade, died Feb. 5, 2006, in Horseshoe Bend. He was born May 7, 1975, in Batesville the son of David Allen and Pamela Jo Wooldridge Koch. He was an environmental specialist for the state of Arkansas, a brick mason and was of the Baptist faith...
Raymond Wieland (02/09/06)
Raymond Francis Wieland of Salem, son of the late Leroy Charles and Mary Agnes Latina Wieland, was born March 26, 1937, in Dundee, Ill. He died Jan. 29, 2006, at Salem, at the age of 68. Weiland was united in marriage to Dorothy Dorene Taber on May 28, 1959, at Aurora, Ill...
Richard G. Wendorf (02/09/06)
Richard G. Wendorf, 75, of Reedsburg, Wis., formerly of Cherokee Village, died Jan. 11, 2006, at St. Clare's Care Center in Baraboo, Wis. He was born Aug. 18, 1930, in Milwaukee, Wis., the son of the late Elmer and Norma Angell Wendorf. Wendorf was a supervisor at Grede Foundry in Reedsburg for many years...
Juanita McAllister (02/09/06)
Juanita McAllister, 95, of Cherokee Village died Jan. 31, 2006, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. McAlliser was born April 4, 1910, in Havana, Cuba, the daughter of John Ventura and Maria Gimeno Ventura. She worked many years as a secretary for various companies. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church in Cherokee Village...
Edward Callahan (02/09/06)
Edward Hernandez Callahan, 76, of Evening Shade died Jan. 31, 2006, at Baxter County Regional Hospital in Mountain Home. He was the son of the late Eddie Callahan and the late Mercedes (Hernandez) Calla-han. He was employed as a dental technician. He is survived by his daughter, Nora Callahan Jones of Evening Shade; and several grandchildren...
Noland Gardner Cole (02/09/06)
Noland Gardner Cole, 91, of Rockford, Ill., formerly of Smithville, Ark., died Jan. 29, 2006, at the Swedish American Hospital. He was born Oct. 14, 1914, in Smithville, the son of Henry and Mattie Maud Erwin Cole. He was united in marriage to Hazel Modell Geurin Cole on June 20, 1942, in Smithville. He was a schoolteacher in Arkansas until 1950 and later retired from Sundstrand Aviation, where he worked as an inspector and sewing machine man...
Fred N. Campbell (02/09/06)
Fred N. Campbell, 74, of Cherokee Village died Jan. 31, 2006, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Campbell was retired from the U.S. Army after over 20 years and received the Purple Heart in Korea. He also worked for the Shelby County Sheriff's Department for 27 years before retiring and moving to Cherokee Village...
Charlotte Moerschel (02/09/06)
Charlotte Alyne Moerschel died Jan. 31, 2006, in Salem, Ark., at the age of 65 years. She was born Sept. 22, 1940, in Lanton, Mo., daughter of the late Amos Bolen and Anna Isabella Phipps Holloway. Survivors include four children, Dianna McKinley and husband, Terry, of West Plains, Franklin Cremer of Mountain View, Mo., Ellen Ball and husband, Jerry, of Kansas City, Mo., and Jessie Edson and husband, Allen, of Mammoth Spring; five grandchildren, Rhonda, Amos, Loretta, Christopher and Stacy; four great-grandchildren, Franklin, Brittany, Katara and Nichole; one brother, Harold Holloway of Thayer; four sisters, Joyce Todd of Neosho, Mo., Faye Calhoun of Mountain Grove, Mo., Cecile Wallin of Macomb, Mo., and Cathy Alexander of Macomb; several nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends.. ...
Randal Reddick (02/09/06)
Randal Reddick, 69, died Jan. 23, 2006, at his home in Cherokee Village. He was born Oct. 12, 1936, son of the late Joe and Florence Reddick in Paragould. He was married for 48 years to Billie Gregory Reddick, formerly of Marmaduke, who survives him...
Edward Callahan (02/09/06)
Edward Hernandez Callahan, 76, of Evening Shade died Jan. 31, 2006, at Baxter County Regional Hospital in Mountain Home. He was the son of the late Eddie Callahan and the late Mercedes (Hernandez) Calla-han. He was employed as a dental technician. He is survived by his daughter, Nora Callahan Jones of Evening Shade; and several grandchildren...
Noland Gardner Cole (02/09/06)
Noland Gardner Cole, 91, of Rockford, Ill., formerly of Smithville, Ark., died Jan. 29, 2006, at the Swedish American Hospital. He was born Oct. 14, 1914, in Smithville, the son of Henry and Mattie Maud Erwin Cole. He was united in marriage to Hazel Modell Geurin Cole on June 20, 1942, in Smithville. He was a schoolteacher in Arkansas until 1950 and later retired from Sundstrand Aviation, where he worked as an inspector and sewing machine man...
Fred N. Campbell (02/09/06)
Fred N. Campbell, 74, of Cherokee Village died Jan. 31, 2006, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Campbell was retired from the U.S. Army after over 20 years and received the Purple Heart in Korea. He also worked for the Shelby County Sheriff's Department for 27 years before retiring and moving to Cherokee Village...
Randal Reddick (02/09/06)
Randal Reddick, 69, died Jan. 23, 2006, at his home in Cherokee Village. He was born Oct. 12, 1936, son of the late Joe and Florence Reddick in Paragould. He was married for 48 years to Billie Gregory Reddick, formerly of Marmaduke, who survives him...
Juanita McAllister (02/09/06)
Juanita McAllister, 95, of Cherokee Village died Jan. 31, 2006, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. McAlliser was born April 4, 1910, in Havana, Cuba, the daughter of John Ventura and Maria Gimeno Ventura. She worked many years as a secretary for various companies. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church in Cherokee Village...
Jeff Koch (02/09/06)
Jeff Koch, 30, of Evening Shade, died Feb. 5, 2006, in Horseshoe Bend. He was born May 7, 1975, in Batesville the son of David Allen and Pamela Jo Wooldridge Koch. He was an environmental specialist for the state of Arkansas, a brick mason and was of the Baptist faith...
Richard G. Wendorf (02/09/06)
Richard G. Wendorf, 75, of Reedsburg, Wis., formerly of Cherokee Village, died Jan. 11, 2006, at St. Clare's Care Center in Baraboo, Wis. He was born Aug. 18, 1930, in Milwaukee, Wis., the son of the late Elmer and Norma Angell Wendorf. Wendorf was a supervisor at Grede Foundry in Reedsburg for many years...
Charlotte Moerschel (02/09/06)
Charlotte Alyne Moerschel died Jan. 31, 2006, in Salem, Ark., at the age of 65 years. She was born Sept. 22, 1940, in Lanton, Mo., daughter of the late Amos Bolen and Anna Isabella Phipps Holloway. Survivors include four children, Dianna McKinley and husband, Terry, of West Plains, Franklin Cremer of Mountain View, Mo., Ellen Ball and husband, Jerry, of Kansas City, Mo., and Jessie Edson and husband, Allen, of Mammoth Spring; five grandchildren, Rhonda, Amos, Loretta, Christopher and Stacy; four great-grandchildren, Franklin, Brittany, Katara and Nichole; one brother, Harold Holloway of Thayer; four sisters, Joyce Todd of Neosho, Mo., Faye Calhoun of Mountain Grove, Mo., Cecile Wallin of Macomb, Mo., and Cathy Alexander of Macomb; several nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends.. ...
Raymond Wieland (02/09/06)
Raymond Francis Wieland of Salem, son of the late Leroy Charles and Mary Agnes Latina Wieland, was born March 26, 1937, in Dundee, Ill. He died Jan. 29, 2006, at Salem, at the age of 68. Weiland was united in marriage to Dorothy Dorene Taber on May 28, 1959, at Aurora, Ill...
Bost, Crow to wed (02/09/06)
Dennie and Deborah Bost of Salem announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Audrey Elizabeth Bost, to Jason Ryan Crow. Audrey is a graduate of Salem High School and is now a student at Ozarka College. Crow, who is the son of Kenneth and Teresa Crow of Salem, is a graduate of Salem High School and is now on active duty with the United States Army in Arizona. He will be leaving in March for his next duty station in Vicenza, Italy, where Audrey will join him in May...
Bost, Crow to wed (02/09/06)
Dennie and Deborah Bost of Salem announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Audrey Elizabeth Bost, to Jason Ryan Crow. Audrey is a graduate of Salem High School and is now a student at Ozarka College. Crow, who is the son of Kenneth and Teresa Crow of Salem, is a graduate of Salem High School and is now on active duty with the United States Army in Arizona. He will be leaving in March for his next duty station in Vicenza, Italy, where Audrey will join him in May...
Boldly Going Nowhere (02/09/06)
A woman is like a TV remote control. She gives a man pleasure and he'd be lost without her. And while he doesn't often know which buttons to push, he keeps trying anyway. A man is like a fine wine. He starts out as raw grapes, then a woman comes along and stomps all the juice out of him until he turns into something acceptable enough to have dinner with...
Boldly Going Nowhere (02/09/06)
A woman is like a TV remote control. She gives a man pleasure and he'd be lost without her. And while he doesn't often know which buttons to push, he keeps trying anyway. A man is like a fine wine. He starts out as raw grapes, then a woman comes along and stomps all the juice out of him until he turns into something acceptable enough to have dinner with...