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Stories from Thursday, October 19, 2006

No deficiencies found in well survey (10/19/06)
MYRTLE -- No deficiencies were noted by the Arkansas Department of Health after they did their yearly sanitation survey of the wells in the city of Mammoth Spring. Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the survey is done yearly. The city operates two wells. One was built in 1937 and the other was built in 1982. Pace said the total storage capacity is 200 gallons. The tanks serve 1,448 people...
Level three sex offender moves into Izard County (10/19/06)
A level three sex offender is currently living north of Larkin Road at the intersection of County Road 57 in Violet Hill, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence. Individuals assessed at risk level three usually have histories of repeat offending and/or violent or predatory personality characteristics, which is why the Izard County Sheriff's Department has hand delivered sex offender notifications to residents within the proximity of the house...
Mammoth Spring School Board elects officers (10/19/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring School Board reorganized and elected officers at their Oct. 9 board meeting. Ramona Combs was elected president, John Walsh vice president and Mark Cooper secretary. Combs was also elected as the dispersing officer at the school and Donell Russell was elected the alternate dispersing officer. The dispersing officer's duties are to sign checks with the superintendent...
Vandalism of road signs continues (10/19/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court is looking into changing all 9-1-1 road signs from names to numbers. This was the decision reached at the Oct. 9 meeting, after the court discussed the road sign theft that continues to plague the county. "Something must be done," Fulton County Judge Charles Willett said. "I bet we've found nearly 200 vandalized signs within just the past two weeks."...
Singeletary appointed district representative (10/19/06)
Dan Singletary, CEO and general manager of Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, West Plains, was recently appointed as a district representative to the International Operations Committee of the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives (AMEC), Jefferson City. AMEC is the service organization of the state's 47 electric cooperatives, which serves more than 500,000 rural consumers...
Holt: politics is mission (10/19/06)
Lieutenant governor hopeful Jim Holt said the Lord brought him into politics. "We asked the Lord to send us to the hardest mission field. Maybe he did," said the preacher-turned-politician. In August 1999, Holt, who was ordained a minister in 1996 by the Southern Baptist Church, and his family were packing for a missionary trip to Russia. While he was packing, his mother called, something she typically didn't do...
Williams is new school board member (10/19/06)
MYRTLE -- Jesse Williams Jr. was sworn in as a new Couch School Board member at the Oct. 9 meeting. Williams was appointed to the board to fill the vacancy left by Steve Honeycutt who resigned from the board because he moved out of the school district...
Hardy man charged with sexual assault (10/19/06)
A Hardy man has been arrested and charged with two counts of sexual assault involving minors. Teddy Phillip Tipton Sr., 64, was arrested Oct. 11 after allegedly engaging in sexual activities with two minor females, ages 6 and 11. On Aug. 30 the two alleged victims were interviewed by Crimes Against Children investigator Mike Hall. The 6-year-old victim alleged that Tipton had exposed himself to her and then urinated in front of her...
Thayer hires Bernard to serve as police chief (10/19/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer City Council voted unanimously to hire Thayer Police Officer Frank Bernard as the new police chief at their Oct. 19 meeting. Bernard, who has served as a law enforcement officer in the county and for the city of Thayer for many years, will take the reins as police chief from Gene Hatman when he retires at the end of this year. Hatman has served as police chief in the city for 17 years...
Sex offender arrested in Virginia (10/19/06)
A repeat sex offender who moved into and out of Izard County in May of 2006 has been arrested in Virginia for multiple sexual assault charges. Robert G. Yeager, 59, left his residence in Pineville and moved to Green Bay, Va., using the alias Dave McCormick...
Another address change? (10/19/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court is looking into changing all 9-1-1 road signs from names to numbers. This was the decision reached at the Oct. 9 meeting, after the court discussed the road sign theft that continues to plague the county. "Something must be done," Fulton County Judge Charles Willett said. "I bet we've found nearly 200 vandalized signs within just the past two weeks."...
Soldiers honored (10/19/06)
MEMORIAL: The Soldiers of Company B, 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team observe a moment of silence in honor of the four soldiers of "Bravo" Company who were killed in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom II. The soldiers gathered around a memorial that was unveiled at their Batesville based armory on Oct. ...
Fulton County man shot (10/19/06)
A Fulton County man was released from Baxter Regional Medical Center Sunday afternoon after being treated for a gunshot wound to the knee. Zachary West was allegedly shot in the knee by the father of an unidentified male that West was chasing in his car on Oct. 13, according to a confidential source close to the incident...
Thayer beauty ... (10/19/06)
ROYALTY: Sabrina Harralston, daughter of Jeff and Kim Harralston, was crowned 2006 Bobcat Homecoming Queen as part of Thayer High School's homecoming celebration. More pictures on page 4. Photo/Sisk Lawrence
OWLS PROGRAM: (10/19/06)
OWLS PROGRAM: Thayer Municipal Clerk Rosie Simpson, back left, presented the program Oct. 13 at the OWLS AIM Retirees Club meeting held at the Country Cottage in Thayer.
The Ozarks' black gold (10/19/06)
WALNUT TIME: Thayer resident Mike Hargus, right, unloads over 400 pounds of walnuts his children Scott and Lauren picked up. Tom and Mary Marcun, operate the walnut hulling station located just north of Thayer at the old truck stop on Highway 63. Photo/Sisk Lawrence...
OWLS AIM: (10/19/06)
OWLS AIM: Sharon Loyd, second from left, representing Ozark Volunteers, receives a donation from OWLS AIM Club member Dorothy Manker as club members Mary Ann Davis and Paulieen Redburn look on. Manker told Loyd the donation is presented in memory of Marty Berger, formerly a business agent for the International Ladies Garment Workers Union...
Singeletary appointed district representative (10/19/06)
Dan Singletary, CEO and general manager of Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, West Plains, was recently appointed as a district representative to the International Operations Committee of the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives (AMEC), Jefferson City. AMEC is the service organization of the state's 47 electric cooperatives, which serves more than 500,000 rural consumers...
Vandalism of road signs continues (10/19/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court is looking into changing all 9-1-1 road signs from names to numbers. This was the decision reached at the Oct. 9 meeting, after the court discussed the road sign theft that continues to plague the county. "Something must be done," Fulton County Judge Charles Willett said. "I bet we've found nearly 200 vandalized signs within just the past two weeks."...
Holt: politics is mission (10/19/06)
Lieutenant governor hopeful Jim Holt said the Lord brought him into politics. "We asked the Lord to send us to the hardest mission field. Maybe he did," said the preacher-turned-politician. In August 1999, Holt, who was ordained a minister in 1996 by the Southern Baptist Church, and his family were packing for a missionary trip to Russia. While he was packing, his mother called, something she typically didn't do...
Mammoth Spring School Board elects officers (10/19/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring School Board reorganized and elected officers at their Oct. 9 board meeting. Ramona Combs was elected president, John Walsh vice president and Mark Cooper secretary. Combs was also elected as the dispersing officer at the school and Donell Russell was elected the alternate dispersing officer. The dispersing officer's duties are to sign checks with the superintendent...
Level three sex offender moves into Izard County (10/19/06)
A level three sex offender is currently living north of Larkin Road at the intersection of County Road 57 in Violet Hill, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence. Individuals assessed at risk level three usually have histories of repeat offending and/or violent or predatory personality characteristics, which is why the Izard County Sheriff's Department has hand delivered sex offender notifications to residents within the proximity of the house...
Williams is new school board member (10/19/06)
MYRTLE -- Jesse Williams Jr. was sworn in as a new Couch School Board member at the Oct. 9 meeting. Williams was appointed to the board to fill the vacancy left by Steve Honeycutt who resigned from the board because he moved out of the school district...
No deficiencies found in well survey (10/19/06)
MYRTLE -- No deficiencies were noted by the Arkansas Department of Health after they did their yearly sanitation survey of the wells in the city of Mammoth Spring. Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the survey is done yearly. The city operates two wells. One was built in 1937 and the other was built in 1982. Pace said the total storage capacity is 200 gallons. The tanks serve 1,448 people...
Hardy man charged with sexual assault (10/19/06)
A Hardy man has been arrested and charged with two counts of sexual assault involving minors. Teddy Phillip Tipton Sr., 64, was arrested Oct. 11 after allegedly engaging in sexual activities with two minor females, ages 6 and 11. On Aug. 30 the two alleged victims were interviewed by Crimes Against Children investigator Mike Hall. The 6-year-old victim alleged that Tipton had exposed himself to her and then urinated in front of her...
Thayer hires Bernard to serve as police chief (10/19/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer City Council voted unanimously to hire Thayer Police Officer Frank Bernard as the new police chief at their Oct. 19 meeting. Bernard, who has served as a law enforcement officer in the county and for the city of Thayer for many years, will take the reins as police chief from Gene Hatman when he retires at the end of this year. Hatman has served as police chief in the city for 17 years...
Sex offender arrested in Virginia (10/19/06)
A repeat sex offender who moved into and out of Izard County in May of 2006 has been arrested in Virginia for multiple sexual assault charges. Robert G. Yeager, 59, left his residence in Pineville and moved to Green Bay, Va., using the alias Dave McCormick...
Another address change? (10/19/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court is looking into changing all 9-1-1 road signs from names to numbers. This was the decision reached at the Oct. 9 meeting, after the court discussed the road sign theft that continues to plague the county. "Something must be done," Fulton County Judge Charles Willett said. "I bet we've found nearly 200 vandalized signs within just the past two weeks."...
Soldiers honored (10/19/06)
MEMORIAL: The Soldiers of Company B, 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team observe a moment of silence in honor of the four soldiers of "Bravo" Company who were killed in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom II. The soldiers gathered around a memorial that was unveiled at their Batesville based armory on Oct. ...
Fulton County man shot (10/19/06)
A Fulton County man was released from Baxter Regional Medical Center Sunday afternoon after being treated for a gunshot wound to the knee. Zachary West was allegedly shot in the knee by the father of an unidentified male that West was chasing in his car on Oct. 13, according to a confidential source close to the incident...
OWLS AIM: (10/19/06)
OWLS AIM: Sharon Loyd, second from left, representing Ozark Volunteers, receives a donation from OWLS AIM Club member Dorothy Manker as club members Mary Ann Davis and Paulieen Redburn look on. Manker told Loyd the donation is presented in memory of Marty Berger, formerly a business agent for the International Ladies Garment Workers Union...
The Ozarks' black gold (10/19/06)
WALNUT TIME: Thayer resident Mike Hargus, right, unloads over 400 pounds of walnuts his children Scott and Lauren picked up. Tom and Mary Marcun, operate the walnut hulling station located just north of Thayer at the old truck stop on Highway 63. Photo/Sisk Lawrence...
OWLS PROGRAM: (10/19/06)
OWLS PROGRAM: Thayer Municipal Clerk Rosie Simpson, back left, presented the program Oct. 13 at the OWLS AIM Retirees Club meeting held at the Country Cottage in Thayer.
Thayer beauty ... (10/19/06)
ROYALTY: Sabrina Harralston, daughter of Jeff and Kim Harralston, was crowned 2006 Bobcat Homecoming Queen as part of Thayer High School's homecoming celebration. More pictures on page 4. Photo/Sisk Lawrence
WINNER: (10/19/06)
WINNER: Dalaney Paige Harris was the winner of the Little Miss North Central District Fair pageant (left) held recently in Melbourne. In September she won the Little Miss Autumn Dew pageant, sponsored by Highland Academy of Cosmetology in Highland. She was also chosen as most photogenic and won for the prettiest smile. ...
WINNER: (10/19/06)
WINNER: Dalaney Paige Harris was the winner of the Little Miss North Central District Fair pageant (left) held recently in Melbourne. In September she won the Little Miss Autumn Dew pageant, sponsored by Highland Academy of Cosmetology in Highland. She was also chosen as most photogenic and won for the prettiest smile. ...
Feeding the fire (10/19/06)
The Harding Academy Wildcats are ranked number two in Class 3A football for a good reason. Despite the fact that the Wildcats have only 22 players on their roster, they are a strong and fast 22, and Harding Academy had yet to be touched in its first five games of the 2006 season, winning most games by an easy margin...
Home, sweet home (10/19/06)
Ah, there's nothing quite like the comforts of home. The grass looks greener, the people seem friendlier and the food even tastes better. After a brutal four-game road trek that resulted in a four-game losing skid, the Thayer Bobcats finally got a chance to take the turf at Louis Bozman Stadium for the first time in a month Oct. 13...
11th annual Ozarka Scramble a success (10/19/06)
The Ozarka College Foundation held its annual fall golf tournament on Oct. 7, with 25 teams of golfers assembling at Cooper's Hawk Golf Club in Melbourne to play an 18-hole scramble with proceeds benefiting the Ozarka Foundation. Again this year, First National Banking Company served as corporate sponsor for the event...
11th annual Ozarka Scramble a success (10/19/06)
The Ozarka College Foundation held its annual fall golf tournament on Oct. 7, with 25 teams of golfers assembling at Cooper's Hawk Golf Club in Melbourne to play an 18-hole scramble with proceeds benefiting the Ozarka Foundation. Again this year, First National Banking Company served as corporate sponsor for the event...
Home, sweet home (10/19/06)
Ah, there's nothing quite like the comforts of home. The grass looks greener, the people seem friendlier and the food even tastes better. After a brutal four-game road trek that resulted in a four-game losing skid, the Thayer Bobcats finally got a chance to take the turf at Louis Bozman Stadium for the first time in a month Oct. 13...
Feeding the fire (10/19/06)
The Harding Academy Wildcats are ranked number two in Class 3A football for a good reason. Despite the fact that the Wildcats have only 22 players on their roster, they are a strong and fast 22, and Harding Academy had yet to be touched in its first five games of the 2006 season, winning most games by an easy margin...
Eunice (Prange) Wiest (10/19/06)
Eunice Joann (Prange) Wiest of Salem, daughter of the late John Henry and Willamena Sophia (Meyer) Prange, was born on April 8, 1929, in Chicago, Ill. She died Oct. 3, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 77. She was united in marriage to Charles Fred Wiest on June 15, 1983...
Lorraine Coverdale (10/19/06)
Lorraine Coverdale of Elizabeth, Ark., daughter of the late William Donahue and Mae Fern Maupin Donahue, was born April 18, 1926, in Omaha, Neb. She died Oct. 5, 2006, at Barnes Jewish Christian Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., at the age of 80. She was united in marriage to Robert Coverdale on Dec. 28, 1946, in Omaha. To this union three children were born. She was a homemaker...
Ruby Poteete (10/19/06)
Ruby Josephine (Curwick) Poteete. 71, of Horseshoe Bend died Oct.10, 2006, at her residence. She was born Jan. 3, 1935, at Rossville, Kan., the daughter of the late Joseph and Virginia (Bivins) Curwick. She worked as a cook during her working years at restaurants and was a member of the New Haven Baptist Church at Ash Flat...
Minnie Frances Parrott (10/19/06)
Minnie Frances Parrott, 96, was born May 7, 1910, in Alton, Mo., the daughter of the late Coleman Hooper and Martha Ann Cousins Hooper. She died Oct. 7, 2006, at Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer. She was united in marriage Sept. 18, 1926, in Salem, Ark. to Willis Parrott who preceded her in death June 16, 1991...
Juanita Lindsey (10/19/06)
Juanita Lindsey, age 72, of Cave City, died Oct. 8, 2006, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Oct. 30, 1934, at LaBelle, Mo., the daughter of the late Everett Edward and Sarah Maurita (Tripp) Harris. She was a retired LPN having worked at North Arkansas Clinic in Batesville and was a member of the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Batesville...
George "Pete" Willis (10/19/06)
George Ervin "Pete" Willis, 58, of Henderson, Ark., son of the late George Loyd and Hazel Elizabeth (Walker) Willis, was born Dec. 8, 1947, at Henderson. He died Oct. 8, 2006, at his home. He worked as an auto mechanic. He was an avid fisherman and hunter and loving father. He was of the Baptist faith. He served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam War...
William "Bill" Logue (10/19/06)
William "Bill" Logue, 73, of Williford, formerly of Parkin, Ark., died Sept. 9, 2006, at St. Vincent Hospital in Little Rock. He was born Jan. 6, 1933, in Vicksburg, Miss., the son of Lucas Harris Logue Sr. and Ethel Kay Ferguson Logue. He married Glyn Dean Rice on Feb. 19, 1973. He was of the Baptist faith, served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, served as a police officer in Vicksburg, Miss., retired from Red Ball Motor Freight and Parkin School District as a bus driver...
Margaret Kent (10/19/06)
Margaret Lucille Manuel Kent, 59, of Cave City, died Oct. 10, 2006, at her home. She was born Jan. 19, 1947, at Luxora, Ark., the daughter of Thomas Orvil and Gracie Lucille Grimes Manuel. She was a beautician and a member of Souls Harbor Pentecostal Church in Cave City...
Mary Ann Crabtree (10/19/06)
Mary Ann Crabtree, 62, of Cave City died Oct. 14, 2006, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Nov. 14, 1943, at Batesvile to R.A. and Opal (Rawlings) Crabtree. She worked for over 20 years at the International Shoe Factory in Batesville and worked at Townsend in Batesville for several years before becoming disabled...
Dickie E. Pontzius (10/19/06)
Dickie E. Pontzius, 65, of Evening Shade died Oct. 11, 2006, at the Methodist University Hospital in Memphis. He was born March 24, 1941, at Noble County, Ind., the son of Walter Emmitt and Eleanor (Harter) Pontzius. He was retired from Brown's Shoe Company in Pocahontas and was of the Baptist faith...
Michael Moulder (10/19/06)
Michael Dennis Moulder of Alton, Mo., was born March 26, 1947, and died Oct. 6, 2006, at the age of 59. Survivors include his wife, Jannet of the home; 11 children, Michael Moulder, Nick Moulder, Angel Moulder, Jamee Moulder, Daniel Moulder, Michael "Mickey" Moulder, Alexander Moulder, Billee Moulder, Kyleigh Moulder, Christain Moulder and Kia Moulder all of the home; seven grandchildren; one sister, Joyce Shipply; one brother, Richard Moulder; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Eugenia Mobley (10/19/06)
Eugenia "Gene" Mobley, age 82, of Chatham, Miss., formerly of Cave City, died Oct. 9, 2006, at her home. She was born Aug. 27, 1924, at Cave City the daughter of Lalandie and Ethel (Dethrow) Lewis. She was a retired beautician and a member of the Methodist Church of Cave City...
Donald Lewis Britt Sr. (10/19/06)
Donald Lewis Britt Sr., of Salem, son of the late Guy Laird Britt and Anna Bessie Whipple Britt, was born May 21, 1929 in Venton, Iowa. He died Oct. 10, 2006, at his home in the Wheeling community at the age of 77. He was united in marriage to Lois Anderson on July 29, 1967. He was employed by American Iron and Supply Company for many years as foreman...
Ruby Mae Price (10/19/06)
Ruby Mae Price, 65, of Calico Rock died Oct. 9, 2006, at the Community Medical Center of Izard County. She was born on July 26, 1941, to Harlin Anderson and Cora Lee Rosson Lucy in Calico Rock. She was a homemaker and of the non-denominational faith...
Elizabeth Miller (10/19/06)
Elizabeth Miller, 53, of Strawberry, formerly of Belvidere, Tenn., died Oct. 9, 2006, at her home. She was born Dec. 27, 1952, at Stuarts Draft, Va., the daughter of Amos and Elva Miller. She was a home care provider for the elderly and a member of the Strawberry Mennonite Church in Jesup...
Mae Irene Ellis (10/19/06)
Mae Irene Ellis of Agnos, daughter of the late William and Vergie Ratliff Fuller was born on April 18, 1918, at Hardy. She died Oct. 9, 2006, at her home at the age of 88. She was united in marriage to Carl Ellis on June 9, 1933, in Missouri. She was a homemaker and was of the Pentecostal faith...
Lorraine Coverdale (10/19/06)
Lorraine Coverdale of Elizabeth, Ark., daughter of the late William Donahue and Mae Fern Maupin Donahue, was born April 18, 1926, in Omaha, Neb. She died Oct. 5, 2006, at Barnes Jewish Christian Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., at the age of 80. She was united in marriage to Robert Coverdale on Dec. 28, 1946, in Omaha. To this union three children were born. She was a homemaker...
Eunice (Prange) Wiest (10/19/06)
Eunice Joann (Prange) Wiest of Salem, daughter of the late John Henry and Willamena Sophia (Meyer) Prange, was born on April 8, 1929, in Chicago, Ill. She died Oct. 3, 2006, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 77. She was united in marriage to Charles Fred Wiest on June 15, 1983...
Minnie Frances Parrott (10/19/06)
Minnie Frances Parrott, 96, was born May 7, 1910, in Alton, Mo., the daughter of the late Coleman Hooper and Martha Ann Cousins Hooper. She died Oct. 7, 2006, at Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer. She was united in marriage Sept. 18, 1926, in Salem, Ark. to Willis Parrott who preceded her in death June 16, 1991...
George "Pete" Willis (10/19/06)
George Ervin "Pete" Willis, 58, of Henderson, Ark., son of the late George Loyd and Hazel Elizabeth (Walker) Willis, was born Dec. 8, 1947, at Henderson. He died Oct. 8, 2006, at his home. He worked as an auto mechanic. He was an avid fisherman and hunter and loving father. He was of the Baptist faith. He served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam War...
William "Bill" Logue (10/19/06)
William "Bill" Logue, 73, of Williford, formerly of Parkin, Ark., died Sept. 9, 2006, at St. Vincent Hospital in Little Rock. He was born Jan. 6, 1933, in Vicksburg, Miss., the son of Lucas Harris Logue Sr. and Ethel Kay Ferguson Logue. He married Glyn Dean Rice on Feb. 19, 1973. He was of the Baptist faith, served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, served as a police officer in Vicksburg, Miss., retired from Red Ball Motor Freight and Parkin School District as a bus driver...
Ruby Poteete (10/19/06)
Ruby Josephine (Curwick) Poteete. 71, of Horseshoe Bend died Oct.10, 2006, at her residence. She was born Jan. 3, 1935, at Rossville, Kan., the daughter of the late Joseph and Virginia (Bivins) Curwick. She worked as a cook during her working years at restaurants and was a member of the New Haven Baptist Church at Ash Flat...
Juanita Lindsey (10/19/06)
Juanita Lindsey, age 72, of Cave City, died Oct. 8, 2006, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Oct. 30, 1934, at LaBelle, Mo., the daughter of the late Everett Edward and Sarah Maurita (Tripp) Harris. She was a retired LPN having worked at North Arkansas Clinic in Batesville and was a member of the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Batesville...
Margaret Kent (10/19/06)
Margaret Lucille Manuel Kent, 59, of Cave City, died Oct. 10, 2006, at her home. She was born Jan. 19, 1947, at Luxora, Ark., the daughter of Thomas Orvil and Gracie Lucille Grimes Manuel. She was a beautician and a member of Souls Harbor Pentecostal Church in Cave City...
Dickie E. Pontzius (10/19/06)
Dickie E. Pontzius, 65, of Evening Shade died Oct. 11, 2006, at the Methodist University Hospital in Memphis. He was born March 24, 1941, at Noble County, Ind., the son of Walter Emmitt and Eleanor (Harter) Pontzius. He was retired from Brown's Shoe Company in Pocahontas and was of the Baptist faith...
Mae Irene Ellis (10/19/06)
Mae Irene Ellis of Agnos, daughter of the late William and Vergie Ratliff Fuller was born on April 18, 1918, at Hardy. She died Oct. 9, 2006, at her home at the age of 88. She was united in marriage to Carl Ellis on June 9, 1933, in Missouri. She was a homemaker and was of the Pentecostal faith...
Ruby Mae Price (10/19/06)
Ruby Mae Price, 65, of Calico Rock died Oct. 9, 2006, at the Community Medical Center of Izard County. She was born on July 26, 1941, to Harlin Anderson and Cora Lee Rosson Lucy in Calico Rock. She was a homemaker and of the non-denominational faith...
Mary Ann Crabtree (10/19/06)
Mary Ann Crabtree, 62, of Cave City died Oct. 14, 2006, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born Nov. 14, 1943, at Batesvile to R.A. and Opal (Rawlings) Crabtree. She worked for over 20 years at the International Shoe Factory in Batesville and worked at Townsend in Batesville for several years before becoming disabled...
Donald Lewis Britt Sr. (10/19/06)
Donald Lewis Britt Sr., of Salem, son of the late Guy Laird Britt and Anna Bessie Whipple Britt, was born May 21, 1929 in Venton, Iowa. He died Oct. 10, 2006, at his home in the Wheeling community at the age of 77. He was united in marriage to Lois Anderson on July 29, 1967. He was employed by American Iron and Supply Company for many years as foreman...
Eugenia Mobley (10/19/06)
Eugenia "Gene" Mobley, age 82, of Chatham, Miss., formerly of Cave City, died Oct. 9, 2006, at her home. She was born Aug. 27, 1924, at Cave City the daughter of Lalandie and Ethel (Dethrow) Lewis. She was a retired beautician and a member of the Methodist Church of Cave City...
Michael Moulder (10/19/06)
Michael Dennis Moulder of Alton, Mo., was born March 26, 1947, and died Oct. 6, 2006, at the age of 59. Survivors include his wife, Jannet of the home; 11 children, Michael Moulder, Nick Moulder, Angel Moulder, Jamee Moulder, Daniel Moulder, Michael "Mickey" Moulder, Alexander Moulder, Billee Moulder, Kyleigh Moulder, Christain Moulder and Kia Moulder all of the home; seven grandchildren; one sister, Joyce Shipply; one brother, Richard Moulder; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Elizabeth Miller (10/19/06)
Elizabeth Miller, 53, of Strawberry, formerly of Belvidere, Tenn., died Oct. 9, 2006, at her home. She was born Dec. 27, 1952, at Stuarts Draft, Va., the daughter of Amos and Elva Miller. She was a home care provider for the elderly and a member of the Strawberry Mennonite Church in Jesup...
Tunnicliffs to celebrate 50th (10/19/06)
Mr. and Mrs. Odis Tunnicliff invite all family and friends to join them in celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2-4 p.m. at the Salem Senior Center on Church Street. The couple were married Oct. 26, 1956, at Newport, Ark...
Michael Seth Simons (10/19/06)
Matthew and Samantha Simons of Willow Springs are the parents of a baby boy, Michael Seth. He was born at 7:46 a.m. Oct. 8, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 1/2 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. His sibling is Matthew Jr., 2. Grandparents are George and Lillian Simons of Alton, and Rosita Green of Willow Springs...
Thayden Allen Moore (10/19/06)
Michael and Kimberly Moore of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Thayden Allen. He was born at 3:19 p.m. Oct. 4, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Wes and Kari Moore of West Plains, Loretta Bettis of Alton, Bill Woodburn and Anita Woodburn, both of Birch Tree, and Tim Pegg of Joplin...
Clayton Guy Robbins (10/19/06)
Jason and Melissa Robbins of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Clayton Guy. He was born at 4:49 p.m. Oct. 5, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. His siblings are Christian and Gunner. Grandparents are Steve and Sally Robbins of Alton, and Bruce and Tammy Sortman of West Plains...
Aidan Robert Gregory (10/19/06)
Michael and Leah Gregory of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Aidan Robert. He was born at 1:04 pm. Oct. 5, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Roger and Gail Gregory of West Plains, and Sid and Tammie Williams of Alton...
Tunnicliffs to celebrate 50th (10/19/06)
Mr. and Mrs. Odis Tunnicliff invite all family and friends to join them in celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2-4 p.m. at the Salem Senior Center on Church Street. The couple were married Oct. 26, 1956, at Newport, Ark...
Michael Seth Simons (10/19/06)
Matthew and Samantha Simons of Willow Springs are the parents of a baby boy, Michael Seth. He was born at 7:46 a.m. Oct. 8, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 1/2 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. His sibling is Matthew Jr., 2. Grandparents are George and Lillian Simons of Alton, and Rosita Green of Willow Springs...
Clayton Guy Robbins (10/19/06)
Jason and Melissa Robbins of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Clayton Guy. He was born at 4:49 p.m. Oct. 5, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. His siblings are Christian and Gunner. Grandparents are Steve and Sally Robbins of Alton, and Bruce and Tammy Sortman of West Plains...
Thayden Allen Moore (10/19/06)
Michael and Kimberly Moore of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Thayden Allen. He was born at 3:19 p.m. Oct. 4, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Wes and Kari Moore of West Plains, Loretta Bettis of Alton, Bill Woodburn and Anita Woodburn, both of Birch Tree, and Tim Pegg of Joplin...
Aidan Robert Gregory (10/19/06)
Michael and Leah Gregory of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Aidan Robert. He was born at 1:04 pm. Oct. 5, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Roger and Gail Gregory of West Plains, and Sid and Tammie Williams of Alton...
Sublett, Sinclair to exchange vows (10/19/06)
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sublett of Hardy announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Andrea Nicole Sublett, to John Scott Sinclair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sinclair of Brownsville, Tenn. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Highland High School. She is currently attending college and is employed by Highland Family Dentistry. She is the granddaughter of Bill and Norma Pierce of Cherokee Village, Bobby Troutman of Jonesboro and Duane and Bonnie Sublett of Hardy...
Sublett, Sinclair to exchange vows (10/19/06)
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sublett of Hardy announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Andrea Nicole Sublett, to John Scott Sinclair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sinclair of Brownsville, Tenn. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Highland High School. She is currently attending college and is employed by Highland Family Dentistry. She is the granddaughter of Bill and Norma Pierce of Cherokee Village, Bobby Troutman of Jonesboro and Duane and Bonnie Sublett of Hardy...
Colemans to celebrate 50th anniversary (10/19/06)
Bob and Lenore Coleman of Salem will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception to be held at Salem First Baptist Church fellowship hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 22. Lenore Kinder and Bob Coleman were married on Oct. 19, 1956. Bob retired after 45 years with North Arkansas Electric Cooperative and Lenore retired after 30 years with Moody Real Estate and Insurance Company...
Renewal of vows to mark 50th anniversary (10/19/06)
Harold Paul and Janet Grimmett Adams will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 29 at Salem United Methodist Church, where they will renew their vows at 2 p.m. A reception will follow in the church's fellowship hall. They were married on Oct. 29, 1956, at Salem Methodist Church by the Rev. B.W. Stallcup...
Revelles celebrate 50 years of marriage (10/19/06)
Bill and Imogene Revelle of Mammoth Spring recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner party at Riverbend Restaurant in Mammoth Spring hosted by their children and grandchildren for family and close friends. They were united in marriage on Oct. 20, 1956, in Granite City, Ill...
Renewal of vows to mark 50th anniversary (10/19/06)
Harold Paul and Janet Grimmett Adams will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 29 at Salem United Methodist Church, where they will renew their vows at 2 p.m. A reception will follow in the church's fellowship hall. They were married on Oct. 29, 1956, at Salem Methodist Church by the Rev. B.W. Stallcup...
Revelles celebrate 50 years of marriage (10/19/06)
Bill and Imogene Revelle of Mammoth Spring recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner party at Riverbend Restaurant in Mammoth Spring hosted by their children and grandchildren for family and close friends. They were united in marriage on Oct. 20, 1956, in Granite City, Ill...
Colemans to celebrate 50th anniversary (10/19/06)
Bob and Lenore Coleman of Salem will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception to be held at Salem First Baptist Church fellowship hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 22. Lenore Kinder and Bob Coleman were married on Oct. 19, 1956. Bob retired after 45 years with North Arkansas Electric Cooperative and Lenore retired after 30 years with Moody Real Estate and Insurance Company...
Boldly Going Nowhere (10/19/06)
According to an excerpt from Bob Woodward's latest book, State of Denial, President Bush and Karl Rove "shared an array of flatulence jokes." Apparently, the leader of the free world likes to cut one loose on occasion. This may be funny in junior high or at a Yale frat house, but it's a sad commentary on the state of our nation...
Boldly Going Nowhere (10/19/06)
According to an excerpt from Bob Woodward's latest book, State of Denial, President Bush and Karl Rove "shared an array of flatulence jokes." Apparently, the leader of the free world likes to cut one loose on occasion. This may be funny in junior high or at a Yale frat house, but it's a sad commentary on the state of our nation...