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Stories from Thursday, November 16, 2006

Mammoth Spring man convicted of rape (11/16/06)
A Mammoth Spring man was sentenced to the Arkansas Department of Correction after being convicted of three counts of rape Nov. 9. Michael Seibert, 36, was originally charged with 20 counts of class Y felony rape involving a minor female in September 2005...
IRS announces inflation adjustments (11/16/06)
Personal exemptions and standard deductions will rise, tax brackets will widen and income limits for IRAs will increase in 2007, thanks to inflation adjustments announced recently by the Internal Revenue Service. By law, the dollar amounts for a variety of tax provisions must be revised each year to keep pace with inflation. ...
City Council reviews budget (11/16/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring City Council reviewed copies of the 2007 city budget by Mayor Jean Pace at the Nov. 6 city council meeting. Arkansas state law requires that all city budgets be prepared and presented by Dec. 1. The Mammoth Spring budget for 2007 was presented at $613,800. Last year's city budget was $593,300...
Junior VFW unit search under way (11/16/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Langston Vincent Lunn VFW Post 7831 of Mammoth Spring is seeking to start a junior girls unit in the Mammoth Spring area. District 2 Auxiliary President Sue Vanderpool said a minimum of 10 girls is needed to get the unit started. "Eligibility for membership is open for girls 5 years old to 16 who are daughters, foster daughters, stepdaughters, sisters, half sisters, foster sisters and stepsisters of members of the VFW, or of men and women eligible for membership to the VFW," Vanderpool said.. ...
Evans is new circuit judge (11/16/06)
AREA -- There will be a new look in the 37th Judicial District Jan. 1. The district includes Oregon, Howell, Shannon and Carter counties. David Evans of West Plains is the new circuit judge replacing Richard Moore. Moore was appointed by Gov. Matt Blunt last year replacing Circuit Judge R. Jack Garrett who resigned because of health reasons...
2 deputies resign (11/16/06)
Two days after Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger was reelected to his office on Nov. 7, he released two department employees. Jailer John Davis of Camp and Fulton County Deputy Kevin Burns of Camp were asked for their resignations on Nov. 9. Davis said there was little explanation as to why he was released from his position. "Deputy (Terry) Walker just told me I was no longer needed," said Davis. "I really don't know why."...
Johnson represents area (11/16/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Dale Johnson of Alton served for the second consecutive year as speaker of the house for the Silver Haired Legislature, which met in Jefferson City Oct. 25-27 for their legislative session. "Delegates debated and voted on 20 separate proposals during a three-day session that took place at the Truman Hotel and Conference Center, as well as the House and Senate chambers of the Capitol," Johnson said...
Wal-Mart gives grant to help with programs (11/16/06)
The Ash Flat Wal-Mart made a community grant to Christian Record Services/National Camps For Blind Children/Adults. These programs are for the blind, visually impaired and physically handicapped. District representative Norine Westerbeck accepted the check on behalf of CRS/NCBC. Westerbeck serves the Sharp, Izard and Fulton County areas...
American Veterans Memorial dedicated (11/16/06)
GLORY GLORY: Nelson Gatewood, Charles L. Stratton, Lawrence Wilson, Tommy Day and Dick Wargo work together to raise the 18-foot by 12-foot American flag at the American Veterans Memorial dedication Nov. 10 in Ash Flat. The memorial, created by Leonard Holden Jr., cost approximately $350,000 and was paid for by donations...
Man charged with terroristic threatening (11/16/06)
Daniel James Torrez, 28, of Marshall, Ill., was arrested and charged with three counts of first degree terroristic threatening and criminal trespass Nov. 8, according to the Izard County Sheriff's Department. Authorities reported Torrez allegedly began making threats to unidentified Melbourne residents via phone calls Nov. 5...
Oregon County voters say yes to minimum wage hike (11/16/06)
MISSOURI -- Oregon County went the way of all counties in the state last week when they voted to raise the minimum wage in the state. The issue was passed in Oregon County 2,674 votes to 982. Proposition B will increase Missouri's minimum wage from the current $5.15 an hour to $6.50 an hour starting Jan. 1, with an automatic increase every year to keep up with inflation...
Storms cause damage (11/16/06)
A tornado with 90-mph winds focused its damage in Fulton County Nov. 10, according to the National Weather Service. The tornado, which was rated as an F1 in severity, appeared to do the most damage in the Camp and Saddle areas, said meteorologist John Robinson, who conducted the storm survey...
Winner: (11/16/06)
Winner: Clayton Estes, the son of Jason and Monica Estes of Salem, is all smiles after receiving a bike given by Body Works owner Drenda Sutton in a Halloween giveaway Oct. 31. Photo/Ninemire
MEDIEVAL GLOBES: (11/16/06)
MEDIEVAL GLOBES: Senior students in Kay Smith's English class at Mammoth Spring High School have been studying Shakespeare. Some of the students made Shakespearean Globe Theater models. They are, from left, Courtney Risner, Kylie Busch and Sunnie Rogers...
Promoting Awareness: (11/16/06)
Promoting Awareness: The Fulton County Health Unit hosted a Breast Cancer Awareness Day Nov. 6. The Baxter Regional Medical Center's mobile mammography unit was on hand for examinations and to help honor those affected by breast cancer. Photo/Ninemire...
sex offender: (11/16/06)
sex offender: According to Izard County authorities, a level three sex offender has moved into the Franklin area. Randall K. Derrek was convicted of carnal abuse involving a minor female. He is 5 feet 4 inches tall, 195 pounds and has brown hair and eyes. Derrek is not wanted by the law; this information is released to establish a more informed community...
FUN AND FRIENDS: (11/16/06)
FUN AND FRIENDS: Halloween ghosts and goblins and other interested volunteers had a good time Oct. 31 when they came to Thayer Fun and Friends senior Citizen Center in Thayer dressed for Halloween activities.
Gas saver ... (11/16/06)
Joy Ride: Larry LaRue has some old fashioned fun Nov. 10 as he rides in his mule driven covered wagon. Photo/Ninemire
SHAKESPEAREAN GOWNS: (11/16/06)
SHAKESPEAREAN GOWNS: Students in Jo Kay Smith's senior English class at Mammoth Spring High School have been studying Shakespeare. Students, from left, Alyssa Blankenship, Jessica Reynolds and Lanette Romans made these time-period gowns.
MEMORIAL: (11/16/06)
MEMORIAL: Former students of Ida Andrews had a memorial made in her honor and placed in front of Couch School.
Thank you ... (11/16/06)
VETERANS HONORED: Mammoth Spring VFW Post 7831 was at Shady Oaks in Thayer Nov. 9 to honor all the veterans now living at the facility. Those honored were George Davenport, Walter Underwood, Bill Carpenter, Curt Buehler, Homer Frey and Paul Hackwork who has been honored with a Purple Heart...
Storms cause damage (11/16/06)
A tornado with 90-mph winds focused its damage in Fulton County Nov. 10, according to the National Weather Service. The tornado, which was rated as an F1 in severity, appeared to do the most damage in the Camp and Saddle areas, said meteorologist John Robinson, who conducted the storm survey...
Wal-Mart gives grant to help with programs (11/16/06)
The Ash Flat Wal-Mart made a community grant to Christian Record Services/National Camps For Blind Children/Adults. These programs are for the blind, visually impaired and physically handicapped. District representative Norine Westerbeck accepted the check on behalf of CRS/NCBC. Westerbeck serves the Sharp, Izard and Fulton County areas...
IRS announces inflation adjustments (11/16/06)
Personal exemptions and standard deductions will rise, tax brackets will widen and income limits for IRAs will increase in 2007, thanks to inflation adjustments announced recently by the Internal Revenue Service. By law, the dollar amounts for a variety of tax provisions must be revised each year to keep pace with inflation. ...
City Council reviews budget (11/16/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring City Council reviewed copies of the 2007 city budget by Mayor Jean Pace at the Nov. 6 city council meeting. Arkansas state law requires that all city budgets be prepared and presented by Dec. 1. The Mammoth Spring budget for 2007 was presented at $613,800. Last year's city budget was $593,300...
Junior VFW unit search under way (11/16/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Langston Vincent Lunn VFW Post 7831 of Mammoth Spring is seeking to start a junior girls unit in the Mammoth Spring area. District 2 Auxiliary President Sue Vanderpool said a minimum of 10 girls is needed to get the unit started. "Eligibility for membership is open for girls 5 years old to 16 who are daughters, foster daughters, stepdaughters, sisters, half sisters, foster sisters and stepsisters of members of the VFW, or of men and women eligible for membership to the VFW," Vanderpool said.. ...
Winner: (11/16/06)
Winner: Clayton Estes, the son of Jason and Monica Estes of Salem, is all smiles after receiving a bike given by Body Works owner Drenda Sutton in a Halloween giveaway Oct. 31. Photo/Ninemire
Promoting Awareness: (11/16/06)
Promoting Awareness: The Fulton County Health Unit hosted a Breast Cancer Awareness Day Nov. 6. The Baxter Regional Medical Center's mobile mammography unit was on hand for examinations and to help honor those affected by breast cancer. Photo/Ninemire...
sex offender: (11/16/06)
sex offender: According to Izard County authorities, a level three sex offender has moved into the Franklin area. Randall K. Derrek was convicted of carnal abuse involving a minor female. He is 5 feet 4 inches tall, 195 pounds and has brown hair and eyes. Derrek is not wanted by the law; this information is released to establish a more informed community...
Johnson represents area (11/16/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Dale Johnson of Alton served for the second consecutive year as speaker of the house for the Silver Haired Legislature, which met in Jefferson City Oct. 25-27 for their legislative session. "Delegates debated and voted on 20 separate proposals during a three-day session that took place at the Truman Hotel and Conference Center, as well as the House and Senate chambers of the Capitol," Johnson said...
Mammoth Spring man convicted of rape (11/16/06)
A Mammoth Spring man was sentenced to the Arkansas Department of Correction after being convicted of three counts of rape Nov. 9. Michael Seibert, 36, was originally charged with 20 counts of class Y felony rape involving a minor female in September 2005...
American Veterans Memorial dedicated (11/16/06)
GLORY GLORY: Nelson Gatewood, Charles L. Stratton, Lawrence Wilson, Tommy Day and Dick Wargo work together to raise the 18-foot by 12-foot American flag at the American Veterans Memorial dedication Nov. 10 in Ash Flat. The memorial, created by Leonard Holden Jr., cost approximately $350,000 and was paid for by donations...
FUN AND FRIENDS: (11/16/06)
FUN AND FRIENDS: Halloween ghosts and goblins and other interested volunteers had a good time Oct. 31 when they came to Thayer Fun and Friends senior Citizen Center in Thayer dressed for Halloween activities.
SHAKESPEAREAN GOWNS: (11/16/06)
SHAKESPEAREAN GOWNS: Students in Jo Kay Smith's senior English class at Mammoth Spring High School have been studying Shakespeare. Students, from left, Alyssa Blankenship, Jessica Reynolds and Lanette Romans made these time-period gowns.
Man charged with terroristic threatening (11/16/06)
Daniel James Torrez, 28, of Marshall, Ill., was arrested and charged with three counts of first degree terroristic threatening and criminal trespass Nov. 8, according to the Izard County Sheriff's Department. Authorities reported Torrez allegedly began making threats to unidentified Melbourne residents via phone calls Nov. 5...
2 deputies resign (11/16/06)
Two days after Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger was reelected to his office on Nov. 7, he released two department employees. Jailer John Davis of Camp and Fulton County Deputy Kevin Burns of Camp were asked for their resignations on Nov. 9. Davis said there was little explanation as to why he was released from his position. "Deputy (Terry) Walker just told me I was no longer needed," said Davis. "I really don't know why."...
Evans is new circuit judge (11/16/06)
AREA -- There will be a new look in the 37th Judicial District Jan. 1. The district includes Oregon, Howell, Shannon and Carter counties. David Evans of West Plains is the new circuit judge replacing Richard Moore. Moore was appointed by Gov. Matt Blunt last year replacing Circuit Judge R. Jack Garrett who resigned because of health reasons...
Oregon County voters say yes to minimum wage hike (11/16/06)
MISSOURI -- Oregon County went the way of all counties in the state last week when they voted to raise the minimum wage in the state. The issue was passed in Oregon County 2,674 votes to 982. Proposition B will increase Missouri's minimum wage from the current $5.15 an hour to $6.50 an hour starting Jan. 1, with an automatic increase every year to keep up with inflation...
MEDIEVAL GLOBES: (11/16/06)
MEDIEVAL GLOBES: Senior students in Kay Smith's English class at Mammoth Spring High School have been studying Shakespeare. Some of the students made Shakespearean Globe Theater models. They are, from left, Courtney Risner, Kylie Busch and Sunnie Rogers...
MEMORIAL: (11/16/06)
MEMORIAL: Former students of Ida Andrews had a memorial made in her honor and placed in front of Couch School.
Thank you ... (11/16/06)
VETERANS HONORED: Mammoth Spring VFW Post 7831 was at Shady Oaks in Thayer Nov. 9 to honor all the veterans now living at the facility. Those honored were George Davenport, Walter Underwood, Bill Carpenter, Curt Buehler, Homer Frey and Paul Hackwork who has been honored with a Purple Heart...
Gas saver ... (11/16/06)
Joy Ride: Larry LaRue has some old fashioned fun Nov. 10 as he rides in his mule driven covered wagon. Photo/Ninemire
Local author publishes book (11/16/06)
PublishAmerica has released Unto the Least of These by Eve Proctor of Cherokee Village. In Proctor's masterfully written novel, widower John Walker's sweet, compliant child easily changes into something resembling a wild animal caught in a trap, self-inflicting pain, kicking, screaming and throwing objects across the room. John wonders how he can help his beautiful 6-year-old daughter and still keep his promise to his wife...
Lovell home in Christmas tour (11/16/06)
This year's tour of homes, "A Christmas Celebration," will feature four homes on Liberty Hill Road in Highland. The homes on tour are owned by Joel and Kim King, Don and Linda Lovell, Randy and Michal McComas and Ted and Roberta Watson. The event is sponsored by the Hardy Garden Club and GFWC Timely Club...
Donation: (11/16/06)
Donation: Donnie Lance of Modern Woodmen of America presents Fulton and Izard County CASA Coordinator Karen McFarren with a check for $3,100 on Oct 27. Modern Woodmen of America's donation matched funds raised by a CASA sponsored fish fry on Sept. 22. Photo/Ninemire...
Donation: (11/16/06)
Donation: Donnie Lance of Modern Woodmen of America presents Fulton and Izard County CASA Coordinator Karen McFarren with a check for $3,100 on Oct 27. Modern Woodmen of America's donation matched funds raised by a CASA sponsored fish fry on Sept. 22. Photo/Ninemire...
Local author publishes book (11/16/06)
PublishAmerica has released Unto the Least of These by Eve Proctor of Cherokee Village. In Proctor's masterfully written novel, widower John Walker's sweet, compliant child easily changes into something resembling a wild animal caught in a trap, self-inflicting pain, kicking, screaming and throwing objects across the room. John wonders how he can help his beautiful 6-year-old daughter and still keep his promise to his wife...
Lovell home in Christmas tour (11/16/06)
This year's tour of homes, "A Christmas Celebration," will feature four homes on Liberty Hill Road in Highland. The homes on tour are owned by Joel and Kim King, Don and Linda Lovell, Randy and Michal McComas and Ted and Roberta Watson. The event is sponsored by the Hardy Garden Club and GFWC Timely Club...
Richardson's big day finally here (11/16/06)
Some things just go together naturally. Like boats and water. Peanut butter and jelly. Brittney Richardson and a basketball. "I remember when she was just a little-bitty kid about this (knee) high," said Mike Richardson, Brittney's father. "She took a basketball and dribbled it between her legs. I turned around and said, 'Did she just do that?' From that day forward she's always had a ball in her hands."...
Maguffee wins in homecoming (11/16/06)
Coach Bob Maguffee didn't look at all uncomfortable in the gymnasium on the Mammoth Spring High School campus. Not uncomfortable -- just different. After guiding the Mammoth Springs Bears the past few seasons, including last year, Maguffee returned to town Nov. 7 and took a seat on the visiting team's bench as head coach of the Salem Lady Greyhounds...
Horns edge Indians in double-OT (11/16/06)
It took double-overtime, but the Viola Longhorns managed to put away a pesky bunch of Delaplaine Indians 55-53 Nov. 7 at the Longhorn Corral. The contest was locked at 51-all after regulation. Viola kept control of the ball for the duration of the first OT frame, but could not score, sending the game to a second extra frame...
Maguffee wins in homecoming (11/16/06)
Coach Bob Maguffee didn't look at all uncomfortable in the gymnasium on the Mammoth Spring High School campus. Not uncomfortable -- just different. After guiding the Mammoth Springs Bears the past few seasons, including last year, Maguffee returned to town Nov. 7 and took a seat on the visiting team's bench as head coach of the Salem Lady Greyhounds...
Richardson's big day finally here (11/16/06)
Some things just go together naturally. Like boats and water. Peanut butter and jelly. Brittney Richardson and a basketball. "I remember when she was just a little-bitty kid about this (knee) high," said Mike Richardson, Brittney's father. "She took a basketball and dribbled it between her legs. I turned around and said, 'Did she just do that?' From that day forward she's always had a ball in her hands."...
Horns edge Indians in double-OT (11/16/06)
It took double-overtime, but the Viola Longhorns managed to put away a pesky bunch of Delaplaine Indians 55-53 Nov. 7 at the Longhorn Corral. The contest was locked at 51-all after regulation. Viola kept control of the ball for the duration of the first OT frame, but could not score, sending the game to a second extra frame...
Aline Lenex (11/16/06)
Aline Lenex of Glencoe, daughter of the late Patrick G. Mullins and Lena Polly Mullins, was born April 7, 1917, in Elkwood, Ala. She died Nov. 12, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 89. She was united in marriage to Clarence Lenex in 1932 at Paragould, Ark. to this union one son was born...
Lloyd A. Roberts (11/16/06)
Lloyd A. Roberts, of Bartlett, Tenn., formerly of Salem, son of the late Wirt Neal and Lucy Lenore (Full) Roberts, was born on Jan. 26, 1917, in Parkersburg, W.Va. He died Nov. 6, 2006, at Baptist East Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., at the age of 89 years...
Virginia Shehorn (11/16/06)
Virginia Lee Owens Shehorn, 87, of Alton, was born Feb. 11, 1919, in Winona, Mo., and died Nov. 5, 2006, at the Shepherd's View Residential Care in Alton. Survivors include two sisters-in-law, Frances Owens and Helen Markham; nieces and nephews, Diana and Tom Clary, Joan Sturdy, Jackie Beutler, George and Neda Owens, John Owens, Bill and Cheryle Owens, Terry and Allen Crosno, Jo Spacek, Bob and Katie Briles, Susan and Herb Jourdan, John Markham; her special friend, Wilma Pratt; several great-nieces and great-nephews and friends.. ...
George Thomas Bean (11/16/06)
George Thomas Bean, 81, died Nov. 8, 2006, at his residence. He was born March 5, 1926, in Burlington, Iowa, the son of George Edward Bean and Margarette Coughlin. He was married to Linda Stever Bean. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and retired as 1st Sgt. He was in world War II, China, Korea and Vietnam. He was a member of the 1st Marine Division Association, the American Legion, and Northeast Arkansas Pipe Puffers...
Betty Jean Houston (11/16/06)
~Died 11-8-2006 Betty Jean Houston, 75, a resident of Shawnee, Okla., died Nov. 8, 2006. The cremation was under the direction of Walker Funeral Service in Shawnee. Memorial services will be announced at a later date.
Betty Louise Phelps (11/16/06)
Betty Louise Phelps, 75, of Burbank, Calif., formerly of Salem, daughter of the late James Henry Meek and Walzie (Wood) Meek, was born on Nov. 13, 1930, in Lamar, Okla. She died Nov. 4, 2006, in Burbank, Calif. She was united in marriage to the late Roy Floyd Phelps on Oct. ...
Arthur Henry Collins (11/16/06)
Arthur Henry Collins, 78, of Decatur, Ill., died Nov. 3, 2006, at the VA Illiana Health Care System in Danville, Ill. He was born July 29, 1928, at Hardy, the son of Ira Luther and Lydia Alice Bell (Wrighenour) Collins. He was a U.S. Army veteran, retired from Wagner Castings Company in Decatur and was a member of the Salem Baptist Church in Decatur...
Walter Oneal Hayslip (11/16/06)
Walter Oneal Hayslip, 72, of Strawberry died Nov. 5, 2006, at his home. He was born Feb. 18, 1934, near Batesville, the son of Joseph Henry and Ethel Reynolds Hayslip. He was a U.S. Navy veteran having served during the Korean War, was a retired truck driver, an avid hunter and fisherman and a member of the East Side Southern Baptist Church in Cave City...
Dorothy Fay Kauffman (11/16/06)
Dorothy Fay Kauffman, 85, of Malvern died Nov. 5, 2006. She was born Jan. 4, 1921, in Camden, Ark., the daughter of John and Agnes Wright. She married Grady Kauffman on March 20, 1946. She was a member of Southside Baptit Church in Pine Bluff. Survivors include a daughter, Doris Jean Jordan of Dallas, Texas; a son, Dr. ...
Haydn James Hall (11/16/06)
Hayden William James Hall, son of the late William Hall and Blodwen Williams Hall, was born Nov. 27, 1925, in Swansea, Wales. He died Nov. 4, 2006, at his home in Horseshoe Bend at the age of 80. He was united in marriage to Gertrude Murdock on Sept. 1, 1955 in Dover, Wis...
Mike Mullen (11/16/06)
James Michael Mullen, age 48, of the Hilltop community near Cave City died Nov. 10, 2006, at the Select Specialty Hospital in Little Rock. He was born March 6, 1958, at Batesville the son of O.C. and Jo Mullen. He was a 1976 graduate of Cave City High School, a 1983 graduate of Garland County College in Hot Springs with an associate of business degree...
Gloria Ann Kritzman (11/16/06)
Gloria Ann Kritzman, of Salem, daughter of the late Ollie Perry and Linnie Merea (Wilkens) Maclin, was born Feb. 1, 1951, in Flint, Mich. She died Nov. 6, 2006, at the Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home at the age of 55. She was united in marriage to Joseph Morefield on Jan. 20, 1978...
Shirley Bray Mooney (11/16/06)
Shirley Bray Mooney, 67, of Cherokee Village, died Nov. 7, 2006 at Saint Lukes Hospital in Boise, Idaho, following a brief illness. She was born in Caraway, Ark. She was a school teacher in Caraway and also in Artesia, N.M., until she retired in 1994 and moved to Cherokee Village...
Ruby Christine Cagle (11/16/06)
Ruby Christine Cagle was born the daughter of Henry Sanders and Eva Nickless Sanders Oct. 30, 1924, in Alton, and died Nov. 7, 2006, at Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer at the age of 82. She was united in marriage Sept. 7, 1946, in Alton to Clarence Bettis, who preceded her in death on Oct. 23, 1968. She was united in marriage Nov. 18, 1972, in Alton to Willie Cagle, who preceded her in death Jan. 19, 1985...
James Junior Bixler (11/16/06)
James Junior Bixler, 79, of Mitchell, Ark., son of the late James Carl and Thena Ivy Jane (Mounce) Bixler, was born on April 14, 1927, at Salem, Mo. He died Nov. 6, 2006, at White River Health Care Center in Calico Rock. He was united in marriage to Norma Pauline Hollabaugh on Feb. ...
Paula Ann Martin (11/16/06)
Paula Ann Martin of Ash Flat, daughter of Waymon Julius and Betty Ann (Hampton) Hertzler, was born on Sept. 16, 1968, in Kirkwood, Mo. She died Nov. 5, 2006, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, at the age of 38. She was united in marriage to Robby Ray Martin on May 16, 1992, at Mammoth Spring, and to this union two sons were born. ...
Paula Ann Martin (11/16/06)
Paula Ann Martin of Ash Flat, daughter of Waymon Julius and Betty Ann (Hampton) Hertzler, was born on Sept. 16, 1968, in Kirkwood, Mo. She died Nov. 5, 2006, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, at the age of 38. She was united in marriage to Robby Ray Martin on May 16, 1992, at Mammoth Spring, and to this union two sons were born. ...
Shirley Bray Mooney (11/16/06)
Shirley Bray Mooney, 67, of Cherokee Village, died Nov. 7, 2006 at Saint Lukes Hospital in Boise, Idaho, following a brief illness. She was born in Caraway, Ark. She was a school teacher in Caraway and also in Artesia, N.M., until she retired in 1994 and moved to Cherokee Village...
Arthur Henry Collins (11/16/06)
Arthur Henry Collins, 78, of Decatur, Ill., died Nov. 3, 2006, at the VA Illiana Health Care System in Danville, Ill. He was born July 29, 1928, at Hardy, the son of Ira Luther and Lydia Alice Bell (Wrighenour) Collins. He was a U.S. Army veteran, retired from Wagner Castings Company in Decatur and was a member of the Salem Baptist Church in Decatur...
Haydn James Hall (11/16/06)
Hayden William James Hall, son of the late William Hall and Blodwen Williams Hall, was born Nov. 27, 1925, in Swansea, Wales. He died Nov. 4, 2006, at his home in Horseshoe Bend at the age of 80. He was united in marriage to Gertrude Murdock on Sept. 1, 1955 in Dover, Wis...
Gloria Ann Kritzman (11/16/06)
Gloria Ann Kritzman, of Salem, daughter of the late Ollie Perry and Linnie Merea (Wilkens) Maclin, was born Feb. 1, 1951, in Flint, Mich. She died Nov. 6, 2006, at the Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home at the age of 55. She was united in marriage to Joseph Morefield on Jan. 20, 1978...
Mike Mullen (11/16/06)
James Michael Mullen, age 48, of the Hilltop community near Cave City died Nov. 10, 2006, at the Select Specialty Hospital in Little Rock. He was born March 6, 1958, at Batesville the son of O.C. and Jo Mullen. He was a 1976 graduate of Cave City High School, a 1983 graduate of Garland County College in Hot Springs with an associate of business degree...
James Junior Bixler (11/16/06)
James Junior Bixler, 79, of Mitchell, Ark., son of the late James Carl and Thena Ivy Jane (Mounce) Bixler, was born on April 14, 1927, at Salem, Mo. He died Nov. 6, 2006, at White River Health Care Center in Calico Rock. He was united in marriage to Norma Pauline Hollabaugh on Feb. ...
George Thomas Bean (11/16/06)
George Thomas Bean, 81, died Nov. 8, 2006, at his residence. He was born March 5, 1926, in Burlington, Iowa, the son of George Edward Bean and Margarette Coughlin. He was married to Linda Stever Bean. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and retired as 1st Sgt. He was in world War II, China, Korea and Vietnam. He was a member of the 1st Marine Division Association, the American Legion, and Northeast Arkansas Pipe Puffers...
Dorothy Fay Kauffman (11/16/06)
Dorothy Fay Kauffman, 85, of Malvern died Nov. 5, 2006. She was born Jan. 4, 1921, in Camden, Ark., the daughter of John and Agnes Wright. She married Grady Kauffman on March 20, 1946. She was a member of Southside Baptit Church in Pine Bluff. Survivors include a daughter, Doris Jean Jordan of Dallas, Texas; a son, Dr. ...
Walter Oneal Hayslip (11/16/06)
Walter Oneal Hayslip, 72, of Strawberry died Nov. 5, 2006, at his home. He was born Feb. 18, 1934, near Batesville, the son of Joseph Henry and Ethel Reynolds Hayslip. He was a U.S. Navy veteran having served during the Korean War, was a retired truck driver, an avid hunter and fisherman and a member of the East Side Southern Baptist Church in Cave City...
Lloyd A. Roberts (11/16/06)
Lloyd A. Roberts, of Bartlett, Tenn., formerly of Salem, son of the late Wirt Neal and Lucy Lenore (Full) Roberts, was born on Jan. 26, 1917, in Parkersburg, W.Va. He died Nov. 6, 2006, at Baptist East Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., at the age of 89 years...
Betty Louise Phelps (11/16/06)
Betty Louise Phelps, 75, of Burbank, Calif., formerly of Salem, daughter of the late James Henry Meek and Walzie (Wood) Meek, was born on Nov. 13, 1930, in Lamar, Okla. She died Nov. 4, 2006, in Burbank, Calif. She was united in marriage to the late Roy Floyd Phelps on Oct. ...
Betty Jean Houston (11/16/06)
~Died 11-8-2006 Betty Jean Houston, 75, a resident of Shawnee, Okla., died Nov. 8, 2006. The cremation was under the direction of Walker Funeral Service in Shawnee. Memorial services will be announced at a later date.
Virginia Shehorn (11/16/06)
Virginia Lee Owens Shehorn, 87, of Alton, was born Feb. 11, 1919, in Winona, Mo., and died Nov. 5, 2006, at the Shepherd's View Residential Care in Alton. Survivors include two sisters-in-law, Frances Owens and Helen Markham; nieces and nephews, Diana and Tom Clary, Joan Sturdy, Jackie Beutler, George and Neda Owens, John Owens, Bill and Cheryle Owens, Terry and Allen Crosno, Jo Spacek, Bob and Katie Briles, Susan and Herb Jourdan, John Markham; her special friend, Wilma Pratt; several great-nieces and great-nephews and friends.. ...
Aline Lenex (11/16/06)
Aline Lenex of Glencoe, daughter of the late Patrick G. Mullins and Lena Polly Mullins, was born April 7, 1917, in Elkwood, Ala. She died Nov. 12, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 89. She was united in marriage to Clarence Lenex in 1932 at Paragould, Ark. to this union one son was born...
Ruby Christine Cagle (11/16/06)
Ruby Christine Cagle was born the daughter of Henry Sanders and Eva Nickless Sanders Oct. 30, 1924, in Alton, and died Nov. 7, 2006, at Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer at the age of 82. She was united in marriage Sept. 7, 1946, in Alton to Clarence Bettis, who preceded her in death on Oct. 23, 1968. She was united in marriage Nov. 18, 1972, in Alton to Willie Cagle, who preceded her in death Jan. 19, 1985...
Chad Hobbs Carey Jr. (11/16/06)
Chad and Tammy Carey of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Chad Hobbs Carey Jr. He was born at 8:16 p.m. Nov. 2, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. His siblings are Codie, 13, Chelsey, 13, Kyle, 12, and Ciera, 10. Grandparents are Dale and Barb Carey of Alton, and Dennis and Chris Hobbs of Thayer...
Chad Hobbs Carey Jr. (11/16/06)
Chad and Tammy Carey of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Chad Hobbs Carey Jr. He was born at 8:16 p.m. Nov. 2, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. His siblings are Codie, 13, Chelsey, 13, Kyle, 12, and Ciera, 10. Grandparents are Dale and Barb Carey of Alton, and Dennis and Chris Hobbs of Thayer...
Morris, Camp exchange vows (11/16/06)
Sarah Ann Morris and Nathan Duel Camp were united in marriage in the evening of Sept. 9. The wedding took place outdoors at the North Golf Course in Cherokee Village. Bro. Tommy Stacy of Cornerstone Baptist Church in West Memphis, Ark., performed the ceremony...
Morris, Camp exchange vows (11/16/06)
Sarah Ann Morris and Nathan Duel Camp were united in marriage in the evening of Sept. 9. The wedding took place outdoors at the North Golf Course in Cherokee Village. Bro. Tommy Stacy of Cornerstone Baptist Church in West Memphis, Ark., performed the ceremony...
Zimmer, Fitzgerald announce November wedding plans (11/16/06)
Erin Rebecca Zimmer and Billy Edward Fitzgerald III will be united in marriage on Nov. 18, 2006, at 2 p.m. at Camp Cedar Valley, Viola, Ark. Rev. Warren Newman will officiate at the ceremony. The bride-elect is the daughter of Jerell Zimmer and the late Bonnie Zimmer of Viola...
Zimmer, Fitzgerald announce November wedding plans (11/16/06)
Erin Rebecca Zimmer and Billy Edward Fitzgerald III will be united in marriage on Nov. 18, 2006, at 2 p.m. at Camp Cedar Valley, Viola, Ark. Rev. Warren Newman will officiate at the ceremony. The bride-elect is the daughter of Jerell Zimmer and the late Bonnie Zimmer of Viola...
Callahans to celebrate 50th anniversary (11/16/06)
A surprise 50th anniversary celebration honoring the 50 years of marriage of Lavon and Kathryn Callahan will be held Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. The event will take place at First Baptist Church, 615 Bethel in Mammoth Spring. "No gifts. Just join us if you can," a family member said...
Callahans to celebrate 50th anniversary (11/16/06)
A surprise 50th anniversary celebration honoring the 50 years of marriage of Lavon and Kathryn Callahan will be held Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. The event will take place at First Baptist Church, 615 Bethel in Mammoth Spring. "No gifts. Just join us if you can," a family member said...
Boldly Going Nowhere (11/16/06)
The Ig Nobel Prize is an award given for "science achievements that first make people laugh and then make them think." The 16th annual Ig Nobel Prize event at Harvard University was organized by Annals of Improbable Research, a science humor magazine, in cooperation with several Harvard student groups...
Boldly Going Nowhere (11/16/06)
The Ig Nobel Prize is an award given for "science achievements that first make people laugh and then make them think." The 16th annual Ig Nobel Prize event at Harvard University was organized by Annals of Improbable Research, a science humor magazine, in cooperation with several Harvard student groups...