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Stories from Thursday, July 6, 2006

Overcoming obstacles and ... Getting right back on (07/06/06)
Tiffany Redwine's former worst enemy is now her new best friend. The 16-year-old Highland High School student brought home several awards from the Northeast 4-H District competition in Newport June 13. She was named senior queen and high point champion of the 19-county area. She also placed second in halter mares, first in senior trail, first in western pleasure, second in western riding and second in horsemanship...
Four arrested on theft charges (07/06/06)
Fulton County authorities have arrested four suspects in Viola-area thefts in April and June. Eric Ray Hutson, 22, of Viola is facing theft and burglary charges stemming from a June 11 incident. The Fulton County Sheriff's Office dispatched deputy Kevin Burns to a domestic dispute call on Pickren Hall Road in Viola June 11. When he arrived at the scene, several people were arguing about items being taken from a car, Burns said...
Kaboom ... (07/06/06)
Holiday Buying: Tanner Coleman of Salem bags fireworks for Lee, Kathy and Kara Lawyer of Cave City at Coleman Fireworks in Salem. Coleman said this has been a good year for fireworks sales because of the lack of a burn ban. The Coleman Fireworks tent has been set up in Salem every 4th of July for the past eight or nine years, Coleman said. Photo/Price...
Lawrence receives special quilt (07/06/06)
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE: Jo Ann Lawrence was surprised by her family on her birthday last year with a friendship quilt. Her mother, Sally Huffstedler, apparently started the quilt in 1950 or 1951 and intended to give it to Lawrence for her 17th birthday Feb. 26, 1951. The quilt was never finished. Lawrence's sister, Susie Van Camp, found the quilt blocks in her mother's trunk in December 2004...
Cornelius hired for information center (07/06/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer Chamber of Commerce recently hired Mildred Cornelius as the coordinator of the Thayer Information Center and Railroad Museum. Cornelius started the position June 1. The center is located adjacent to McDonald's. It is open seven days a week 10 a.m. to 4 p.m...
2 plead not guilty to murder charges (07/06/06)
The two men charged in the 1986 murders of Terry and Kathy Watts both pleaded not guilty to two counts of capital murder during a June 28 court appearance. Steven Victor Wertz, 56, and James Guthrie Burr Snyder Jr., 39, appeared before District Court Judge Mark Johnson, who was sitting in for Circuit Judge Harold Erwin during the two arraignments...
Six people injured in wreck (07/06/06)
ACCIDENT: Melvil Chappell, 70, of Black Rock, Ark., received moderate injuries in an accident June 29 at 1:45 p.m. at the intersection of Highways 19 and U.S. 63 in Thayer. Chappell was driving a 1995 Kia Sophia south on U.S. 63 when Chester Hensley, 74, of Alton, driving a 1998 Chevrolet pickup, pulled onto U.S. ...
Crabtree returned to Fulton County (07/06/06)
A Salem man wanted by Fulton County authorities is back in custody after being arrested in Houston, Mo., on Fulton County warrants. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger picked up Douglas Scott Crabtree, 34, at Texas County Jail in Houston June 27. Fulton County authorities previously thought Crabtree was in Howell County, Mo., when they issued the warrant for his arrest May 2, 2006...
Library joins the computer age (07/06/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- For the past year the Oregon County Library District has been working toward retrospective conversion; in other words, the libraries are turning their paper files into machine readable information on computers. Oregon County Library Coordinator Judy Wright said when the process is complete, she hopes by the summer of 2007, a person will be able to walk into any of the five libraries in the county, sit at a computer and enter information such as titles, authors or subjects and the computer will provide information such as if any library in the county has the book or material in question and if it is checked out.. ...
Fink named Citizen of the Year (07/06/06)
THAYER -- Doyle Fink has been named Thayer Citizen of the Year in recognition of his "tireless" work to better Thayer. The award was announced June 26 at the Thayer Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet at the Warm Fork Restaurant. Dr. Howard Mainprize made the announcement...
25 acres burn; fireworks may have been the cause (07/06/06)
Fireworks could have been the cause of a fire that burned 25 acres near Glencoe on July 2, according to Agnos, Glencoe, Heart Fire Chief Jerry Holloway. Firefighters braved 100-degree temperatures July 2 to fight a woods fire in the Squirrel Hill Road area. No homes were damaged but the fire came within 30 feet of two houses and an abandoned trailer house before the fire was contained...
Sex offenders jailed (07/06/06)
Two registered sex offenders are the newest residents of the Fulton County Jail. Both are sex offenders who failed to verify their whereabouts to the sheriff's office and have not made contact with Fulton County authorities in over two years. Fulton County Deputy James Cantrell went to the Finney County Detention Center in Garden City, Kan., to pick up sex offender Jeffrey Kolthoff, 23, and bring him back to Fulton County to face charges on failing to register as a sex offender...
Lawrence receives special quilt (07/06/06)
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE: Jo Ann Lawrence was surprised by her family on her birthday last year with a friendship quilt. Her mother, Sally Huffstedler, apparently started the quilt in 1950 or 1951 and intended to give it to Lawrence for her 17th birthday Feb. 26, 1951. The quilt was never finished. Lawrence's sister, Susie Van Camp, found the quilt blocks in her mother's trunk in December 2004...
Four arrested on theft charges (07/06/06)
Fulton County authorities have arrested four suspects in Viola-area thefts in April and June. Eric Ray Hutson, 22, of Viola is facing theft and burglary charges stemming from a June 11 incident. The Fulton County Sheriff's Office dispatched deputy Kevin Burns to a domestic dispute call on Pickren Hall Road in Viola June 11. When he arrived at the scene, several people were arguing about items being taken from a car, Burns said...
Overcoming obstacles and ... Getting right back on (07/06/06)
Tiffany Redwine's former worst enemy is now her new best friend. The 16-year-old Highland High School student brought home several awards from the Northeast 4-H District competition in Newport June 13. She was named senior queen and high point champion of the 19-county area. She also placed second in halter mares, first in senior trail, first in western pleasure, second in western riding and second in horsemanship...
Sex offenders jailed (07/06/06)
Two registered sex offenders are the newest residents of the Fulton County Jail. Both are sex offenders who failed to verify their whereabouts to the sheriff's office and have not made contact with Fulton County authorities in over two years. Fulton County Deputy James Cantrell went to the Finney County Detention Center in Garden City, Kan., to pick up sex offender Jeffrey Kolthoff, 23, and bring him back to Fulton County to face charges on failing to register as a sex offender...
Cornelius hired for information center (07/06/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer Chamber of Commerce recently hired Mildred Cornelius as the coordinator of the Thayer Information Center and Railroad Museum. Cornelius started the position June 1. The center is located adjacent to McDonald's. It is open seven days a week 10 a.m. to 4 p.m...
Crabtree returned to Fulton County (07/06/06)
A Salem man wanted by Fulton County authorities is back in custody after being arrested in Houston, Mo., on Fulton County warrants. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger picked up Douglas Scott Crabtree, 34, at Texas County Jail in Houston June 27. Fulton County authorities previously thought Crabtree was in Howell County, Mo., when they issued the warrant for his arrest May 2, 2006...
2 plead not guilty to murder charges (07/06/06)
The two men charged in the 1986 murders of Terry and Kathy Watts both pleaded not guilty to two counts of capital murder during a June 28 court appearance. Steven Victor Wertz, 56, and James Guthrie Burr Snyder Jr., 39, appeared before District Court Judge Mark Johnson, who was sitting in for Circuit Judge Harold Erwin during the two arraignments...
Library joins the computer age (07/06/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- For the past year the Oregon County Library District has been working toward retrospective conversion; in other words, the libraries are turning their paper files into machine readable information on computers. Oregon County Library Coordinator Judy Wright said when the process is complete, she hopes by the summer of 2007, a person will be able to walk into any of the five libraries in the county, sit at a computer and enter information such as titles, authors or subjects and the computer will provide information such as if any library in the county has the book or material in question and if it is checked out.. ...
Fink named Citizen of the Year (07/06/06)
THAYER -- Doyle Fink has been named Thayer Citizen of the Year in recognition of his "tireless" work to better Thayer. The award was announced June 26 at the Thayer Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet at the Warm Fork Restaurant. Dr. Howard Mainprize made the announcement...
25 acres burn; fireworks may have been the cause (07/06/06)
Fireworks could have been the cause of a fire that burned 25 acres near Glencoe on July 2, according to Agnos, Glencoe, Heart Fire Chief Jerry Holloway. Firefighters braved 100-degree temperatures July 2 to fight a woods fire in the Squirrel Hill Road area. No homes were damaged but the fire came within 30 feet of two houses and an abandoned trailer house before the fire was contained...
Six people injured in wreck (07/06/06)
ACCIDENT: Melvil Chappell, 70, of Black Rock, Ark., received moderate injuries in an accident June 29 at 1:45 p.m. at the intersection of Highways 19 and U.S. 63 in Thayer. Chappell was driving a 1995 Kia Sophia south on U.S. 63 when Chester Hensley, 74, of Alton, driving a 1998 Chevrolet pickup, pulled onto U.S. ...
Kaboom ... (07/06/06)
Holiday Buying: Tanner Coleman of Salem bags fireworks for Lee, Kathy and Kara Lawyer of Cave City at Coleman Fireworks in Salem. Coleman said this has been a good year for fireworks sales because of the lack of a burn ban. The Coleman Fireworks tent has been set up in Salem every 4th of July for the past eight or nine years, Coleman said. Photo/Price...
Hennessey to attend Harding University (07/06/06)
Ryon Hennessey of Melbourne, son of Richard and Peggy Hennessey, has been accepted at Harding University for the fall 2006 semester. Hennessey attended Highland High School, where he was named all-conference lineman in football, received a track award, and was a member of Rebels Against Drugs and Future Farmers of America,...
"CATS" to open at WhistleStop Theater (07/06/06)
The Repertory Theatre of the Ozarks (RTO) production of the famed musical "CATS" opens Friday at the WhistleStop Theater on Highway 63 South in Mammoth Spring. The show runs July 7-9 and July 14-16. "CATS," the musical, was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and is based closely on poet T.S. ...
Clark graduates from ITT Tech (07/06/06)
On June 17 Amber (Felts) Clark received an associate of applied science degree in information technology from ITT Technical Institute in Little Rock. Clark is a member of Alpha Beta Kappa honor society and is on the National Dean's List. She is a 1998 graduate of Salem High School...
Fuller to attend Lyon (07/06/06)
Jennifer Fuller, a 2006 Viola High School graduate, has been accepted for admission to Lyon College and has been awarded a Dean's Scholarship. Each year Lyon College awards scholarships to outstanding applicants who show special promise. Based upon a demonstrated record of academic success and leadership Jennifer has been awarded scholarship valued at $2,500 per year...
Montgomery earns place on Harding's Dean's List (07/06/06)
John Montgomery of Eizabeth was among the Harding University students included on the school's Dean's List for grades achieved during the spring semester. Montgomery is a senior majoring in biology. The Dean's List is published each semester by Dr. Larry Long, vice president for academic affairs, honoring those who have achieved high scholarship. To be eligible, a student must be carrying 12 or more hours and have an average GPA level of 3.65 minimum...
Montgomery earns place on Harding's Dean's List (07/06/06)
John Montgomery of Eizabeth was among the Harding University students included on the school's Dean's List for grades achieved during the spring semester. Montgomery is a senior majoring in biology. The Dean's List is published each semester by Dr. Larry Long, vice president for academic affairs, honoring those who have achieved high scholarship. To be eligible, a student must be carrying 12 or more hours and have an average GPA level of 3.65 minimum...
Hennessey to attend Harding University (07/06/06)
Ryon Hennessey of Melbourne, son of Richard and Peggy Hennessey, has been accepted at Harding University for the fall 2006 semester. Hennessey attended Highland High School, where he was named all-conference lineman in football, received a track award, and was a member of Rebels Against Drugs and Future Farmers of America,...
Fuller to attend Lyon (07/06/06)
Jennifer Fuller, a 2006 Viola High School graduate, has been accepted for admission to Lyon College and has been awarded a Dean's Scholarship. Each year Lyon College awards scholarships to outstanding applicants who show special promise. Based upon a demonstrated record of academic success and leadership Jennifer has been awarded scholarship valued at $2,500 per year...
"CATS" to open at WhistleStop Theater (07/06/06)
The Repertory Theatre of the Ozarks (RTO) production of the famed musical "CATS" opens Friday at the WhistleStop Theater on Highway 63 South in Mammoth Spring. The show runs July 7-9 and July 14-16. "CATS," the musical, was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and is based closely on poet T.S. ...
Clark graduates from ITT Tech (07/06/06)
On June 17 Amber (Felts) Clark received an associate of applied science degree in information technology from ITT Technical Institute in Little Rock. Clark is a member of Alpha Beta Kappa honor society and is on the National Dean's List. She is a 1998 graduate of Salem High School...
ATVs restricted on two WMAs (07/06/06)
Use of all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and off-road vehicles are now prohibited on Cherokee and Jim Kress wildlife management areas. The ban began on July 1. Hunters with valid Cherokee or Jim Kress leased-land permits are allowed to use ATVs, motorcycles or bicycles on open, maintained roads during an open hunting season only while traveling to or from a camp or hunting location...
Wandless drafted in 36th round by Reds (07/06/06)
University of South Carolina Aiken's senior right-handed pitcher Nick Wandless was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 36th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball First-Year Players Draft recently. Wandless, the grandson of Kenneth Wandless of Cherokee Village, was the eighth selection of the 36th round, the 1,074th pick overall, and the fourth Peach Belt Conference player chosen. A total of nearly 1,500 players were drafted over the 50-round, two-day event...
Wiggs to fly with Golden Eagles (07/06/06)
You really couldn't have blamed him if he would have said, "Coach, I just can't go." After all, it was just an All-Star game held a month and a half after he'd played his last regular-season high school basketball game, and he'd suffered a ghastly injury less than two minutes into the meaningless affair...
Wiggs to fly with Golden Eagles (07/06/06)
You really couldn't have blamed him if he would have said, "Coach, I just can't go." After all, it was just an All-Star game held a month and a half after he'd played his last regular-season high school basketball game, and he'd suffered a ghastly injury less than two minutes into the meaningless affair...
Wandless drafted in 36th round by Reds (07/06/06)
University of South Carolina Aiken's senior right-handed pitcher Nick Wandless was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 36th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball First-Year Players Draft recently. Wandless, the grandson of Kenneth Wandless of Cherokee Village, was the eighth selection of the 36th round, the 1,074th pick overall, and the fourth Peach Belt Conference player chosen. A total of nearly 1,500 players were drafted over the 50-round, two-day event...
ATVs restricted on two WMAs (07/06/06)
Use of all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and off-road vehicles are now prohibited on Cherokee and Jim Kress wildlife management areas. The ban began on July 1. Hunters with valid Cherokee or Jim Kress leased-land permits are allowed to use ATVs, motorcycles or bicycles on open, maintained roads during an open hunting season only while traveling to or from a camp or hunting location...
Lorene Greenwell (07/06/06)
Lorene Greenwell, 78, of Hardy, died June 24, 2006, at Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehab Center in Ash Flat. She was born July 20, 1928, in Olney, Ill., the daughter of the late Loren and Vecie Bell Bricker. Survivors include her husband, Charles Greenwell; one daughter, Sandy Rigney; two sisters and four brothers; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends...
Norma C. Hayes (07/06/06)
Norma C. Hayes, of Salem, daughter of the late Lehman Maguffee and Zora Golden Maguffee was born Feb. 9, 1914, in Fulton County, Ark. She died June 25, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 92. She was united in marriage to Willie K. (Buck) Sutherland. He preceded her in death in 1945 and she married William Allen Cone. He preceded her in death and she married Jim Hayes who died in 1991...
Max French (07/06/06)
Max French, died June 30, 2006, in Cave City, Ark., at the age of 76. He was born Sept. 27, 1929, in Many Islands, Ark, the son of the late Les and Alpha Rogers French. He was united in marriage to Nancy Elliott French. She was a self-employed local painter and was a member of the Cave City First Free Will Baptist Church...
Wanda L. Spurgeon (07/06/06)
Wanda L. Spurgeon, 74, of Cushman died June 21, 2006, at her home. She was born March 3, 1932, at Sikeston, Mo., to Samuel J. and Gracy (Harlow) Pinkerton. She was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith. Survivors include her husband, Daniel Spurgeon of the home; one son, Jimmy Heflin of Heber Springs; three daughters, Jane Johnson of Batesville, Norma Mobley and Ellen Light both of Cushman; one sister, Iva Jean Alexander of Prescott; six grandchildren, John Johnson of Batesville, James Mobley of Ft. ...
Elsie Pearl Taylor (07/06/06)
Elsie Pearl Taylor died June 20, 2006, at Berry County Care Center in Cassville, Mo., at the age of 87. She was born Jan. 6, 1919, in Mammoth Spring, Ark., the daughter of the late Fletcher Pettigo and Lorah (Dotson) Pettigo. She was united in marriagein Salem to Kermit Ragsdale who preceded her in death. She was later united in marriage to James Arthur Taylor who preceded her in death...
Mary Ruth Alligood (07/06/06)
Mary Ruth Alligood of Salem daughter of the late Felix Jefferson and Mabel Lee (Dunaway) Sigrest, was born Aug. 27, 1930, in Bogalusa, La. She died June 25, 2006, at her home in Salem at the age of 75. She was united in marriage to Johnny Mack Alligood on Aug. 6, 1947, at Picayune, Miss., and to this union six children were born. She was of the Baptist faith...
James Le Beau (07/06/06)
James Christopher Le Beau, 65, of Cherokee Village, died June 25, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born June 12, 1941, in St. Louis, Mo., the son of Christopher C. Le Beau and Alice (De Bert) Le Beau. He was united in marriage to Jacqueline Marie Michaelis on May 3, 1965, in Illinois...
Izora Berry (07/06/06)
Izora Berry, died June 22, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo., at the age of 91. She was born Aug. 20, 1914, in Mammoth Spring, Ark., the daughter of the late Hoid Kerby and Effie Mae (Cherry) Kerby. She was united in marriage June 10, 1934, in Mammoth Spring, Ark. to Harry Earle Berry who preceded her in death Nov. 13, 2001...
Carl G. Haufe (07/06/06)
Carl G. Haufe, 70, of Cherokee Village died June 24, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. Haufe was born on May 26, 1936, in Chicago, Ill., the son of the late Gustave Haufe and Emma (Herter) Haufe. He worked for many years as a supervisor for United Parcel Service before retiring and moving to Cherokee Village 15 years ago from Buffalo Grove, Ill...
Bernice Keirn (07/06/06)
Bernice Keirn of Salem, daughter of the late Forest W. Phelps and Lydia Joann Murphy Phelps, was born Dec. 17, 1923, in Heart, Ark. She died June 27, 2006, at Skaggs Hospital in Branson, Mo., at the age of 82. She was united in marriage to Homer Keirn on March 20, 1945. To this union four children were born. She was employed as a cook at many local restaurants. She was a member of the Salem Church of Christ...
Robert Carl Gentille (07/06/06)
Robert Carl Gentille, age 79, of Horseshoe Bend died June 24, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born on May 27, 1927, to Augustus Michael and Alma Pruitt Gentille in Champaign, Ill. He was a lifetime member of the Bradley VFW Post 6502 and a member of the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Horseshoe Bend...
Donie Dwyane Bray (07/06/06)
Donie Dwyane Bray, 36, of Batesville died June 29, 2006, at his home. He was born Aug. 10, 1969, in Batesville, the son of Jimmy and Ladene Bray. He worked for the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department for 18 years. Bray was a member of the Church of Christ and served as a deacon at the North Heights congregation...
Norma C. Hayes (07/06/06)
Norma C. Hayes, of Salem, daughter of the late Lehman Maguffee and Zora Golden Maguffee was born Feb. 9, 1914, in Fulton County, Ark. She died June 25, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 92. She was united in marriage to Willie K. (Buck) Sutherland. He preceded her in death in 1945 and she married William Allen Cone. He preceded her in death and she married Jim Hayes who died in 1991...
Robert Carl Gentille (07/06/06)
Robert Carl Gentille, age 79, of Horseshoe Bend died June 24, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born on May 27, 1927, to Augustus Michael and Alma Pruitt Gentille in Champaign, Ill. He was a lifetime member of the Bradley VFW Post 6502 and a member of the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Horseshoe Bend...
James Le Beau (07/06/06)
James Christopher Le Beau, 65, of Cherokee Village, died June 25, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born June 12, 1941, in St. Louis, Mo., the son of Christopher C. Le Beau and Alice (De Bert) Le Beau. He was united in marriage to Jacqueline Marie Michaelis on May 3, 1965, in Illinois...
Mary Ruth Alligood (07/06/06)
Mary Ruth Alligood of Salem daughter of the late Felix Jefferson and Mabel Lee (Dunaway) Sigrest, was born Aug. 27, 1930, in Bogalusa, La. She died June 25, 2006, at her home in Salem at the age of 75. She was united in marriage to Johnny Mack Alligood on Aug. 6, 1947, at Picayune, Miss., and to this union six children were born. She was of the Baptist faith...
Max French (07/06/06)
Max French, died June 30, 2006, in Cave City, Ark., at the age of 76. He was born Sept. 27, 1929, in Many Islands, Ark, the son of the late Les and Alpha Rogers French. He was united in marriage to Nancy Elliott French. She was a self-employed local painter and was a member of the Cave City First Free Will Baptist Church...
Wanda L. Spurgeon (07/06/06)
Wanda L. Spurgeon, 74, of Cushman died June 21, 2006, at her home. She was born March 3, 1932, at Sikeston, Mo., to Samuel J. and Gracy (Harlow) Pinkerton. She was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith. Survivors include her husband, Daniel Spurgeon of the home; one son, Jimmy Heflin of Heber Springs; three daughters, Jane Johnson of Batesville, Norma Mobley and Ellen Light both of Cushman; one sister, Iva Jean Alexander of Prescott; six grandchildren, John Johnson of Batesville, James Mobley of Ft. ...
Izora Berry (07/06/06)
Izora Berry, died June 22, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo., at the age of 91. She was born Aug. 20, 1914, in Mammoth Spring, Ark., the daughter of the late Hoid Kerby and Effie Mae (Cherry) Kerby. She was united in marriage June 10, 1934, in Mammoth Spring, Ark. to Harry Earle Berry who preceded her in death Nov. 13, 2001...
Carl G. Haufe (07/06/06)
Carl G. Haufe, 70, of Cherokee Village died June 24, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. Haufe was born on May 26, 1936, in Chicago, Ill., the son of the late Gustave Haufe and Emma (Herter) Haufe. He worked for many years as a supervisor for United Parcel Service before retiring and moving to Cherokee Village 15 years ago from Buffalo Grove, Ill...
Lorene Greenwell (07/06/06)
Lorene Greenwell, 78, of Hardy, died June 24, 2006, at Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehab Center in Ash Flat. She was born July 20, 1928, in Olney, Ill., the daughter of the late Loren and Vecie Bell Bricker. Survivors include her husband, Charles Greenwell; one daughter, Sandy Rigney; two sisters and four brothers; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends...
Bernice Keirn (07/06/06)
Bernice Keirn of Salem, daughter of the late Forest W. Phelps and Lydia Joann Murphy Phelps, was born Dec. 17, 1923, in Heart, Ark. She died June 27, 2006, at Skaggs Hospital in Branson, Mo., at the age of 82. She was united in marriage to Homer Keirn on March 20, 1945. To this union four children were born. She was employed as a cook at many local restaurants. She was a member of the Salem Church of Christ...
Elsie Pearl Taylor (07/06/06)
Elsie Pearl Taylor died June 20, 2006, at Berry County Care Center in Cassville, Mo., at the age of 87. She was born Jan. 6, 1919, in Mammoth Spring, Ark., the daughter of the late Fletcher Pettigo and Lorah (Dotson) Pettigo. She was united in marriagein Salem to Kermit Ragsdale who preceded her in death. She was later united in marriage to James Arthur Taylor who preceded her in death...
Donie Dwyane Bray (07/06/06)
Donie Dwyane Bray, 36, of Batesville died June 29, 2006, at his home. He was born Aug. 10, 1969, in Batesville, the son of Jimmy and Ladene Bray. He worked for the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department for 18 years. Bray was a member of the Church of Christ and served as a deacon at the North Heights congregation...
Luke Eli Charbauski (07/06/06)
Emily Charbauski announces the birth of her new baby brother, Luke Eli. Luke was born June 19, 2006, at 8:10 a.m. in Mountain Home. He weighed 8 pounds, 6.5 ounces and was 20.25 inches long. His parents are Steve and Amy Charbauski of Highland. Luke's grandparents are John and Barbara Homod of Hardy, Joe and Pat Ward of Drew, Miss., and Stan and Dodie Charbauski of Ash Flat...
Parker Harris Carroll (07/06/06)
Brent and Sandi Carroll of Marked Tree, Ark., announce the birth of a son, Parker Harris Carroll, who was born June 23, 2006, at St. Bernard's Regional Health Center in Jonesboro. He weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces. He was welcomed by his brother, Dixon Carroll, 2...
Bethany Joy Shields (07/06/06)
John Sr. and Brenda Shields of Hardy announce the birth of their granddaughter, Bethany Joy Shields. She was born May 3, 2006, at 11:28 a.m. at St. Bernard's Medical Center in Jonesboro. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was 20-3/4 inches long. Her parents are John Jr. and Brandy Shields of Jonesboro...
Bradley Clark Franz (07/06/06)
Justin and Ashley Franz, now residing in Jackson, Miss., announce the birth of Bradley Clark Franz, born May 25, 2006, in Searcy, Ark. Bradley was 22 inches long and weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces. Grandparents are William O. (Bill) and Donna Franz of Thayer, and Clark and Terrye Fincher of Searcy, Ark...
Luke Eli Charbauski (07/06/06)
Emily Charbauski announces the birth of her new baby brother, Luke Eli. Luke was born June 19, 2006, at 8:10 a.m. in Mountain Home. He weighed 8 pounds, 6.5 ounces and was 20.25 inches long. His parents are Steve and Amy Charbauski of Highland. Luke's grandparents are John and Barbara Homod of Hardy, Joe and Pat Ward of Drew, Miss., and Stan and Dodie Charbauski of Ash Flat...
Bradley Clark Franz (07/06/06)
Justin and Ashley Franz, now residing in Jackson, Miss., announce the birth of Bradley Clark Franz, born May 25, 2006, in Searcy, Ark. Bradley was 22 inches long and weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces. Grandparents are William O. (Bill) and Donna Franz of Thayer, and Clark and Terrye Fincher of Searcy, Ark...
Parker Harris Carroll (07/06/06)
Brent and Sandi Carroll of Marked Tree, Ark., announce the birth of a son, Parker Harris Carroll, who was born June 23, 2006, at St. Bernard's Regional Health Center in Jonesboro. He weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces. He was welcomed by his brother, Dixon Carroll, 2...
Bethany Joy Shields (07/06/06)
John Sr. and Brenda Shields of Hardy announce the birth of their granddaughter, Bethany Joy Shields. She was born May 3, 2006, at 11:28 a.m. at St. Bernard's Medical Center in Jonesboro. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was 20-3/4 inches long. Her parents are John Jr. and Brandy Shields of Jonesboro...
Wrenfrow, Myers to wed (07/06/06)
Dan and Terri Wrenfrow of Thayer announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Tasha Wrenfrow, to Brandon Myers, son of Larry and Millie Myers of Mammoth Spring. Wedding vows will be exchanged July 14 at 7 p.m. at Thayer Free Will Baptist Church...
Wrenfrow, Myers to wed (07/06/06)
Dan and Terri Wrenfrow of Thayer announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Tasha Wrenfrow, to Brandon Myers, son of Larry and Millie Myers of Mammoth Spring. Wedding vows will be exchanged July 14 at 7 p.m. at Thayer Free Will Baptist Church...
Franzes to celebrate 35th anniversary (07/06/06)
Bill and Donna Franz of Thayer will celebrate their 35th anniversary on July 10. Bill and Donna were married in Stone Chapel at Drury College in Springfield, Mo., July 10, 1971. Donna is the high school counselor for Thayer High School, and Bill is a CPA in private practice in Thayer. Both are active in many clubs and activities and are members of First Baptist Church in Thayer...
Franzes to celebrate 35th anniversary (07/06/06)
Bill and Donna Franz of Thayer will celebrate their 35th anniversary on July 10. Bill and Donna were married in Stone Chapel at Drury College in Springfield, Mo., July 10, 1971. Donna is the high school counselor for Thayer High School, and Bill is a CPA in private practice in Thayer. Both are active in many clubs and activities and are members of First Baptist Church in Thayer...
Boldly Going Nowhere (07/06/06)
The birth of a nation may look grand in history books, but in reality a birth can be a rather painful experience. George Washington was the first president of the United States. He served two terms (1789-1797). During this period, the region west of the Appalachian Mountains (western Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and Kentucky) was in turmoil. ...
Boldly Going Nowhere (07/06/06)
The birth of a nation may look grand in history books, but in reality a birth can be a rather painful experience. George Washington was the first president of the United States. He served two terms (1789-1797). During this period, the region west of the Appalachian Mountains (western Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and Kentucky) was in turmoil. ...