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Stories from Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Two run-offs (05/21/08)
The Fulton County primary elections were held May 20 and the votes have been tallied revealing a run-off to be held June 10. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger with 1,035 votes (48 percent of the vote) will go head to head against Charles "Dennie" Bost with 713 votes (33 percent of the vote), as fallen candidates Scott Holloway with 271 votes (12 percent of the vote) and Brian Sanderson with 157 (7 percent of the vote) leave the race...
Remembering the fallen (05/21/08)
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the fatal accident of Officer Jeff Richardson of Cave City while in the line of duty. Sharp County has held a memorial service in order to honor Richardson and all fallen police officers in the state of Arkansas, since the year after his death in 1993...
Honoring those who serve (05/21/08)
Memorial Day was founded as a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. Along with the families of fallen soldiers, those currently serving know these soldiers as brothers and friends. Major Robert Root has been serving in the United States Army for 11 years and trained for two years to be a part of the Army Special Forces. He visited family in the Salem area at least once a year while growing up, and said his childhood memories closely resemble his life today...
Governor visits Salem (05/21/08)
Governor Mike Beebe made several stops in the area May 16, speaking at the opening of the new Melbourne school and the opening of Superior Sewing in Salem. Beebe also toured the new Fulton County Hospital addition and made an unscheduled appearance at the North Central Arkansas Regional Economic Development meeting in Salem...
Honoring those who serve (05/21/08)
Memorial Day was founded as a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. Along with the families of fallen soldiers, those currently serving know these soldiers as brothers and friends. Major Robert Root has been serving in the United States Army for 11 years and trained for two years to be a part of the Army Special Forces. He visited family in the Salem area at least once a year while growing up, and said his childhood memories closely resemble his life today...
Hospital welcomes new nursing director (05/21/08)
The Fulton County Hospital has a new director of nursing and the selection was made using a unique system, according to FCH Administrator Angie Richmond. "We did a peer interview. The nursing staff selected three nurses. We had two doctors, Dr. Arnold and Dr. Kauffman, someone from respiratory, and someone from radiology," Richmond said. "After an hour-and-a-half we had a new director of nursing."...
Davis files civil lawsuit over fire (05/21/08)
OREGON COUNTY -- The Sept. 6, 2007, fire in the Oregon County Jail, which resulted in the death of one inmate is now the bases for a civil lawsuit. Cody Davis, 19, of Alton has filed a lawsuit against Oregon County, the Oregon County Sheriff's Department and Sheriff Tim Ward...
FEMA visits area (05/21/08)
OREGON COUNTY -- Residents in the southern portion of Oregon County have not been able to cross the bridge at Mill Creek since it was washed out in the spring floods. The bridge is located off H Highway on County Road 277. Presiding Commissioner Leo Warren and Southern District Commissioner John Wrenfrow met with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) official Mike Meranda and Joseph Heberlie, an engineer from Missouri Engineering Company in Rolla, May 14 at the bridge site...
Myrtle farm makes it big (05/21/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer Myrtle is home to Newman Farms; a unique family farm operated by Mark Newman and his wife, Rita, which provides pork for the top chefs and restaurants in the country. "We raise a breed of pig called Berkshires. It is the highest eating quality pork in the world. The meat has a high level of intramuscular marbling. By that, it has higher water retention, which makes it more juicy and flavorful in the end product," Newman said...
Cherokee Village may expand (05/21/08)
Cherokee Village is expanding its interest beyond its boundaries. At the May 15 Cherokee Village City Council meeting, the council unanimously agreed to spend $2,500 to expand the city's "sphere of influence" to include two areas outside the city limits...
School board stands behind firing decision (05/21/08)
Chris Murphy Staff Writer The Twin Rivers School Board backed the recommendation of the district superintendent and cancelled the contracts of two Oak Ridge Central bus drivers. The two drivers, James Collins and Judy Spears, said they were unfairly fired from their jobs April 23...
Welcome to the Fulton County Homecoming (05/21/08)
The 59th Annual Fulton County Homecoming Festival will be held in Salem May 23-24. The festival, held on the Fulton County Courthouse Square, and will get underway Friday, May 23 with a Fish Fry at the Salem Senior Citizens Center from 5-7 p.m. The First National Bank of Sharp County Street Dance will start at 8:15 p.m. ...
Calico man charged with felony (05/21/08)
An early morning fire May 17, of a Calico Rock business has resulted in the arrest of one individual. Sheriff Tate Lawrence said that shortly after 5 a.m. the Calico Rock Fire Department, assisted by the Pineville Fire Department, responded to Tiny's Tire Shop on Highway 56. The shop along with some vehicles were destroyed. Chief Investigator Charles Melton was called to the scene and it was determined that several thousand dollars in cash had been taken from the business...
Quorum court discusses mold (05/21/08)
The Fulton County Quorum Court meeting May 12 focused on the mold dilemma that recently weighed on the county. Since the meeting, new information has lifted pressure from the county and a timely and cost friendly resolution has been reached. The court discussed the dire impact the mold could have had...
Bleach and elbow grease will solve mold problem (05/21/08)
Fulton County Judge Charles Willett with the help of Darrell Zimmer, Fulton County Office of Emergency Services manager, launched an investigation into the mold problem that threatened to cost the county nearly half-a-million dollars to solve, resulting in new discoveries in restoration methods -- soap and water...
First grader publishes book (05/21/08)
Author Sophie Rossitto of Salem recently published her first book titled Feelings which she wrote and illustrated while enrolled as a student -- a first grade Salem Elementary Student. While publishing a book is quite an accomplishment for any aspiring author, doing so while in first grade trumps most. Rossitto has a substantial list of unpublished titles under her belt, one in particular Mysteries of the Ocean is 365 pages long...
Honoring those who serve (05/21/08)
Memorial Day was founded as a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. Along with the families of fallen soldiers, those currently serving know these soldiers as brothers and friends. Major Robert Root has been serving in the United States Army for 11 years and trained for two years to be a part of the Army Special Forces. He visited family in the Salem area at least once a year while growing up, and said his childhood memories closely resemble his life today...
Tourism banquet attended by many (05/21/08)
JThe Leo Rainey Appreciation Banquet and Annual Meeting hosted by the Arkansas Gateway Region was held May 12, at Wood's Riverbend Restaurant in Mammoth Spring. The banquet was named for and honors the late, former tourism leader, Leo Rainey, who was instrumental in helping begin the association and saw it grow and prosper into a regional tourism association...
Despite tornado, tax revenue increases (05/21/08)
Despite damage sustained by local businesses and homes in the February tornado, sales tax revenue for Sharp County has increased since last year and from March to April of this year. Many factors are affecting the county's sales tax revenue, one of which is the recent and major change in the Arkansas sales tax collection laws...
City still straightening up after disaster (05/21/08)
More than three months after an EF4 tornado destroyed much of the Highland business district Feb. 5, the city is still dealing with an assortment of issues. Mayor Jerome Norwood said the city is still looking at possible locations to build the city fire station. The fire station, located on Luanne Drive, was completely destroyed by the tornado along with much of the contents of the building...
Deputies busy with arrests (05/21/08)
David Christopher Youngblood, 24, of Camp was charged April 30 with a Class C felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (Roxicodone) and a second Class C felony count of possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia...
Council welcomes new members (05/21/08)
THAYER -- The April 8 election results were accepted by the Thayer City Council and newly elected Thayer City Council members Al Clark, Steve Alford, Mike Harber and City Clerk Jane Yancy were sworn-in at the May 13 Thayer City Council meeting. Alford will serve as mayor pro-tem and Alderman Joe Barbee will serve as treasurer...
School board discussses funding (05/21/08)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring School Board met in regular session May 12. Mammoth Spring School Superintendent Ron Taylor reviewed the financial situation at the school with the school board. He told them due to fewer students at the school they could expect less state funding...
School foundation to sponsor activities (05/21/08)
ALTON -- Due to state and federal budget cuts and higher operation costs, many Missouri schools are having to find alternative methods to provide the best education possible for their students. As a result, school districts across the state have established school foundations...
Leadership leads Wade to Dyersburg State (05/21/08)
Times can be tough when you're the leader of a young basketball team. Especially when you're a young player, yourself. That kind of pressure can either crush you, or it can land you on the All-Conference list. The choice is yours. It just depends on how hard you want to work...
Comer cleans up in Poplar Bluff (05/21/08)
On May 15, Mother Nature put a damper on the scheduled softball between Spring River and teams from Jonesorobo and Trumann. Too wet to play softball, Rick Comer traveled to Poplar Bluff and took part in the fourth annual Ozark Senior Olympics. He entered 17 events and took first place in 14. He had two second-place finishes and one third-place finish for a very successful outing...
Ellis, Bobo too much for Heber Springs (05/21/08)
One red-hot laser shot deserves another. And that's just what the Highland Lady Rebels got in the Class 4A State Tournament's Final Four May 12 in Nashville. Back-to-back red-hot laser shots. Kristen Ellis threw one to give them a chance, and then Katheryn Bobo hit one to cash in on that chance...
Highland softball graduates to big leagues (05/21/08)
Highland softball graduates to big leagues
Destination Fayetteville (05/21/08)
Ashdown ends Lady Rebels' impressive season
Lady Cougars fall to Taylor (05/21/08)
The Izard County Lady Cougars saw their softball season come to a close with a 2-0 loss to Taylor May 10 in the Class 1A State Tournament quarterfinals. Sarah Taylor struck out six batters in the contest for Izard County. Catcher Trace Grinnell paced the Lady Cougars at the plate with a two-for-three day, including a triple and doubletaylor lost in the state title game to Nemo Vista...
Izard County stopped by Warriors (05/21/08)
It took a couple of days to complete, and a change of scenery along the way, but the Trinity Christian Warriors topped Izard County 8-6 in the quarterfinals of the Class 1A State Baseball Tournament. The contest started May 10 in Melbourne, but was suspended due to weather after three-and-a-half innings, with the Warriors up 4-1...
Bowling event on tap (05/21/08)
A five game scratch sweeper is scheduled for June 22 at Indian Hills Bowl in Ash Flat. Check-in time is slated for 9:30 a.m., with the action starting at 10 a.m. Entry fee is $60. The field is limited to 40 bowlers and interested parties should call 870-847-6258 to reserve a spot...
Cougar shooters ready for regional (05/21/08)
Izard County High School's shooting sports team is gearing up for the regional tournament to be held at the Remington Gun Club in Lonoke on May 31. ICC has both junior and senior high teams that will compete at Lonoke. In fact, ICC has five squads of five players each that will compete in the senior high division and one squad of five players who will compete in the junior high division. The goal is to place high enough to qualify for the state tournament in Lonoke on June 7...
Big Spring All-Conference announced (05/21/08)
The Big Spring Conference announced its All-Conference selections in baseball and softball recently. Team members include: Baseball From Alton: Kevin Smith, Tyler Thompson and Caleb Hollis. From Couch: Zain Hopper and Chris Taylor. From Koshkonong: Michael Downen and Kely Waggner...
Bobcat golfers fifth in state; Kojdecki 37th overall (05/21/08)
The Thayer Bobcat golf squad wrapped up another successful season with a fifth-place finish at the Class 1 State Tournament May 12-13 at Silo Ridge Golf & Country Club in Bolivar. The Cats carded a two-day total of 719; 359 on day one and 360 on day two...
Lions Club tourney set (05/21/08)
The Horseshoe Bend Lions Club will host its annual fundraising golf tournament at the Turkey Mountain Golf Course on May 24. The tournament will be a three-person scramble beginning at 7:30 a.m., with registration at the Pro Shop. Doughnuts and coffee will be served free during registration, with hamburgers, chips and soda available after 9 a.m...
Bowling event on tap (05/21/08)
A five game scratch sweeper is scheduled for June 22 at Indian Hills Bowl in Ash Flat. Check in time is slated for 9:30 a.m., with the action starting at 10 a.m. Entry fee is $60. The field is limited to 40 bowlers and interested parties should call 870-847-6258 to reserve a spot...
Lions Club tourney set (05/21/08)
The Horseshoe Bend Lions Club will host its annual fundraising golf tournament at the Turkey Mountain Golf Course on May 24. The tournament will be a three-person scramble beginning at 7:30 a.m., with registration at the Pro Shop. Doughnuts and coffee will be served free during registration, with hamburgers, chips and soda available after 9 a.m...
Racing back after week off at WPMS (05/21/08)
After a week off due to inclement weather last weekend, 78 anxious racers lined ready to compete during KKDY Race Night at West Plains Motor Speedway May 17. Fans enjoyed clear skies and mild temperatures so it proved to be the best race night so far in the 2008 season...
National Fishing Week nears (05/21/08)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has a strong commitment to America's youth, and is proud to celebrate National Fishing Week by sponsoring an unforgettable day of fishing fun for children on June 7 at the Jim Hinkle/Spring River State Fish Hatchery in Mammoth Spring. That is also free fishing weekend throughout the state -- no license or trout tags necessary...
National Fishing Week nears (05/21/08)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has a strong commitment to America's youth, and is proud to celebrate National Fishing Week by sponsoring an unforgettable day of fishing fun for children on June 7 at the Jim Hinkle/Spring River State Fish Hatchery in Mammoth Spring. That is also free fishing weekend throughout the state -- no license or trout tags necessary...
National Fishing Week nears (05/21/08)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has a strong commitment to America's youth, and is proud to celebrate National Fishing Week by sponsoring an unforgettable day of fishing fun for children on June 7 at the Jim Hinkle/Spring River State Fish Hatchery in Mammoth Spring. That is also free fishing weekend throughout the state -- no license or trout tags necessary...
National Fishing Week nears (05/21/08)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has a strong commitment to America's youth, and is proud to celebrate National Fishing Week by sponsoring an unforgettable day of fishing fun for children on June 7 at the Jim Hinkle/Spring River State Fish Hatchery in Mammoth Spring. That is also free fishing weekend throughout the state -- no license or trout tags necessary...
11 children; 36 grandchildren ... Life for Cecilia Orosz ... priceless (05/21/08)
Webster's New World Dictionary defines mother as a female parent, but to most of us, a mother means much more. Cecilia Orosz, 85, mothered 11 of her own children, their friends and others, but she wouldn't have had it any other way. Cecilia bore children for nearly 20 years. In all, she and her husband, Zolton, had children living in their home for 43 years...
Carolyn Montgomery (05/21/08)
Born 4-14-1951 -- Died 4-12-2008
Carolyn Montgomery (05/21/08)
Born 4-14-1951 -- Died 4-12-2008
Lois Margaret Britt (05/21/08)
Lois Margaret Britt, of Salem, Ark., daughter of the late Milton Emil Anderson and Alice Pearl Holling Anderson, was born Feb. 11, 1945, in Brainard, Minn. She died May 5, 2008, at White River Medical Center in Batesville, Ark., at the age of 63. She was united in marriage to Donald Lewis Britt Sr. on July 29, 1967...
Carol Branscum (05/21/08)
Carol Branscum, 62 of Salado, Ark., died May 11 2008, at a Searcy hospital. She was born Jan. 17, 1946, at Oil Trough, Ark., the daughter of Franklin William and Gladys May (Totten) Pratt. She had worked at GDX Automotive in Batesville for 23 years and was a member of the Salado Baptist Church at Salado...
D. Larry Paul (05/21/08)
D. Larry Paul, 61, of Salem, Ark., son of the late David Delbert and Winnie Lee (Stroud) Paul, was born Sept. 20, 1946, at Russellville, Ark. He died May 12, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was united in marriage to Priscilla Jean Franks on June 9, 1969, at Salem. ...
Eugene Owens (05/21/08)
Eugene Owens, 84, of Calico Rock, Ark., died May 3, 2008, at the Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He was born May 17, 1923, to James and Augusta Vernatter Owens in Calico Rock. As a young man he was first an auto mechanic, then owner and operator of a sawmill. In his later years he worked with cattle...
Reginald "Reggie" Davis (05/21/08)
Reginald Roger "Reggie" Davis, 42, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died May 10, 2008, at his residence. He was born April 16, 1966, in Opelika, Ala., the son of Wilburn Roger Davis and Patricia A. Alderman. Reggie lived in Jackson, Miss., most of his adult life. He was employed as a certified HVAC technician for 15 years. He moved to Cherokee Village in  May of 2007, to be near his mother. He was baptized in 1993 at Lakeshore Baptist Church in Jackson, Miss...
Floyd Herman Meyers (05/21/08)
Floyd Herman Meyers, 80, of Highland, Ark., died May 9, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. He was born Dec. 15, 1927, the son of Charles and Elva (Dorsey) Meyers. He was a veteran of the United States Navy. He moved to Sharp County from Cherry Valley, Ill., in 1968. He owned and operated the Hardy Cleaners with his wife, Betty, and also owned a moving business and a snowplowing business locally. He was a member of the American Legion, the Elks, was a Mason and a Shriner...
Louise Juanita Mashburn (05/21/08)
Louise Juanita Mashburn of Williford died May 7, 2008, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Walnut Ridge, Ark., at the age of 87. She was born Oct. 16, 1920, at Newport, Ark., daughter of Alfred and Louie (Justus) Mashburn. She was married to William P. Garside on May 11, 1950, in Topeka, Kan...
Don David McBride (05/21/08)
Don David McBride, 83, of Aurora, Mo., died Friday, May 9, 2008, at Cox South Hospital, Springfield, Mo. Don was born on Oct. 9, 1924, in Salem, Ark., to John and Alta (Smith) McBride. He was a graduate of West Plains High School, West Plains, Mo., a World War II Army Veteran, a Mason with the Shiner's of Mountain Home, Ark., was director of meats with Associated Wholesale Grocers of Springfield, retiring in 1992, and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Aurora...
Floyd Herman Meyers (05/21/08)
Born 12-15-1927 -- Died 5-9-2008
Don David McBride (05/21/08)
Born 10-9-1924 -- Died 5-9-2008
Lois Margaret Britt (05/21/08)
Born 2-11-1945 -- Died 5-5-2008
Genella Lou Thornton (05/21/08)
Born 2-9-1935 -- Died 5-11-2008
John Cecil Morris (05/21/08)
Born 4-2-1918 -- Died 5-15-2008
Reginald "Reggie" Davis (05/21/08)
Born 4-16-1966 -- Died 5-10-2008
Carol Branscum (05/21/08)
Born 1-17-1946 -- Died 5-11-2008
D. Larry Paul (05/21/08)
Born 9-20-1946 -- Died 5-12-2008
Zelma Vera Washam (05/21/08)
Born 8-15-1924 -- Died 5-10-2008
Norman L. Martin (05/21/08)
Born 5-13-1934 -- Died 5-15-2008
Charles "Neal" Johnson (05/21/08)
Born 11-11-1936 -- Died 5-5-2008
Don David McBride (05/21/08)
Born 10-9-1924 -- Died 5-9-2008
Floyd Herman Meyers (05/21/08)
Born 12-15-1927 -- Died 5-9-2008
Zelma Vera Washam (05/21/08)
Born 8-15-1924 -- Died 5-10-2008
Carol Branscum (05/21/08)
Born 1-17-1946 -- Died 5-11-2008
Reginald "Reggie" Davis (05/21/08)
Born 4-16-1966 -- Died 5-10-2008
John Cecil Morris (05/21/08)
Born 4-2-1918 -- Died 5-15-2008
Genella Lou Thornton (05/21/08)
Born 2-9-1935 -- Died 5-11-2008
D. Larry Paul (05/21/08)
Born 9-20-1946 -- Died 5-12-2008
Norman L. Martin (05/21/08)
Born 5-13-1934 -- Died 5-15-2008
Lois Margaret Britt (05/21/08)
Born 2-11-1945 -- Died 5-5-2008
Charles "Neal" Johnson (05/21/08)
Charles "Neal" Johnson
Leslie Violet Hall and Lanie Marie Hall (05/21/08)
Callie Hall of Salem announces the birth of her sisters, Leslie Violet, born at 3:19 a.m. and Lanie Marie, born at 3:21 a.m. on March 6, 2008, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. Leslie weighed 3 pounds, 9 ounces and was 16-1/4 inches long, while Lanie weighed 3 pounds, 8 ounces and was 16 inches long. Proud parents are Derek and Karen Hall of Salem...
Tyson Michael Jeremiah Scott (05/21/08)
Dan and Kendra Scott of Louisiana, announce the birth of their son, Tyson Michael Jeremiah Scott. He was born March 11, 2008, at Women's and Children's Hospital in LaFayette, La., at 8:13 p.m. He weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 17-1/4 inches long...
Leslie Violet Hall and Lanie Marie Hall (05/21/08)
Callie Hall of Salem announces the birth of her sisters, Leslie Violet, born at 3:19 a.m. and Lanie Marie, born at 3:21 a.m. on March 6, 2008, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. Leslie weighed 3 pounds, 9 ounces and was 16-1/4 inches long, while Lanie weighed 3 pounds, 8 ounces and was 16 inches long. Proud parents are Derek and Karen Hall of Salem...
Tyson Michael Jeremiah Scott (05/21/08)
Dan and Kendra Scott of Louisiana, announce the birth of their son, Tyson Michael Jeremiah Scott. He was born March 11, 2008, at Women's and Children's Hospital in LaFayette, La., at 8:13 p.m. He weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 17-1/4 inches long...
Leslie Violet Hall and Lanie Marie Hall (05/21/08)
Callie Hall of Salem announces the birth of her sisters, Leslie Violet, born at 3:19 a.m. and Lanie Marie, born at 3:21 a.m. on March 6, 2008, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. Leslie weighed 3 pounds, 9 ounces and was 16-1/4 inches long, while Lanie weighed 3 pounds, 8 ounces and was 16 inches long. Proud parents are Derek and Karen Hall of Salem...
Turner -- Taylor (05/21/08)
Mrs. Kathleen Summers and Dr. James Wolfson of Springfield, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Turner of Buffalo, Mo., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Nicole Irene Turner, to John (Andy) Taylor, son of John and Kathie Taylor of Hardy...
Martin -- McCord (05/21/08)
Ashley Martin and Preston McCord will exchange wedding vows May 24 at 4 p.m. at the Mountain Home Baptist Church. Ashley is the daughter of David and Karla Martin of Mountain Home. She is the granddaughter of Elaine Quick and Larry Quick and Alma Martin and the late Norman Martin, all of Mountain Home...
Barker -- Cox (05/21/08)
Together with their families, Lindsey Barker and Matt Cox request the pleasure of your company as they are united in marriage on Saturday, June 7 at 7 p.m. at their home in Viola, Ark. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Payne -- Foster (05/21/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Dave O'Dell of Eminence, Mo., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Diane Payne to Douglas Henry Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Foster of Salem, Ark. The wedding will be held May 31 at 2 p.m. at the Faith Assembly of God in West Plains, Mo...
Lester -- Tackitt (05/21/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lester of Viola and Mr. and Mrs. Merle May of Norfork announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stacie Lee Lester, to Anthony Lee Tackitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tackitt of West Plains, Mo. The wedding will take place May 31 at 2 p.m. at the first Assembly of God Church in Bakersville, Mo. Family and friends are invited to attend...
Cunningham -- Jenkins (05/21/08)
Kevin and Angela Cunningham of West Plains, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashley Nicole Cunningham, to Adam Ray Jenkins, son of Kevin and Sheila Jenkins of Cabool, Mo. The wedding will take place May 28 at 1 p.m. at the Salem City Park. All friends and family are invited to attend...
Nesbitt -- Shipley (05/21/08)
Mickey and Lisa Nesbitt of Cabot, Ark., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Michelle Lee, to Trenton James Shipley. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Joseph and Mildred Hauser of Arlington, Texas, and the late Paul and Murtice Nesbitt of Abernathy, Texas...
Martin -- McCord (05/21/08)
Ashley Martin and Preston McCord will exchange wedding vows May 24 at 4 p.m. at the Mountain Home Baptist Church. Ashley is the daughter of David and Karla Martin of Mountain Home. She is the granddaughter of Elaine Quick and Larry Quick and Alma Martin and the late Norman Martin, all of Mountain Home...
Payne -- Foster (05/21/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Dave O'Dell of Eminence, Mo., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Diane Payne to Douglas Henry Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Foster of Salem, Ark. The wedding will be held May 31 at 2 p.m. at the Faith Assembly of God in West Plains, Mo...
Barker -- Cox (05/21/08)
Together with their families, Lindsey Barker and Matt Cox request the pleasure of your company as they are united in marriage on Saturday, June 7 at 7 p.m. at their home in Viola, Ark. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Lester -- Tackitt (05/21/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lester of Viola and Mr. and Mrs. Merle May of Norfork announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stacie Lee Lester, to Anthony Lee Tackitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tackitt of West Plains, Mo. The wedding will take place May 31 at 2 p.m. at the first Assembly of God Church in Bakersville, Mo. Family and friends are invited to attend...
Cunningham -- Jenkins (05/21/08)
Kevin and Angela Cunningham of West Plains, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashley Nicole Cunningham, to Adam Ray Jenkins, son of Kevin and Sheila Jenkins of Cabool, Mo. The wedding will take place May 28 at 1 p.m. at the Salem City Park. All friends and family are invited to attend...
Nesbitt -- Shipley (05/21/08)
Mickey and Lisa Nesbitt of Cabot, Ark., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Michelle Lee, to Trenton James Shipley. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Joseph and Mildred Hauser of Arlington, Texas, and the late Paul and Murtice Nesbitt of Abernathy, Texas...
Martin -- McCord (05/21/08)
Ashley Martin and Preston McCord will exchange wedding vows May 24 at 4 p.m. at the Mountain Home Baptist Church. Ashley is the daughter of David and Karla Martin of Mountain Home. She is the granddaughter of Elaine Quick and Larry Quick and Alma Martin and the late Norman Martin, all of Mountain Home...
Horrells to celebrate 40th wedding anniversary (05/21/08)
Jack and Carolyn Horrell of Highland will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary, May 25 from 2-4 p.m. at the Spring River Baptist Church. The couple was married May 7, 1968, in Salem. All friends and family are invited to attend. The family requests no gifts...
Horrells to celebrate 40th wedding anniversary (05/21/08)
Jack and Carolyn Horrell of Highland will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary, May 25 from 2-4 p.m. at the Spring River Baptist Church. The couple was married May 7, 1968, in Salem. All friends and family are invited to attend. The family requests no gifts...
Martins to celebrate 56th wedding anniversary (05/21/08)
Lemuel and Pearl (Couch) Martin of Ash Flat will celebrate their 56th wedding anniversary during a celebration hosted by their children on Saturday, May 24 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Mammoth Spring High School Multi-purpose building. All friends and relatives are invited to attend and share in the celebration. Lunch will be served. Special guest speakers at 2 p.m...
Horrells to celebrate 40th wedding anniversary (05/21/08)
Jack and Carolyn Horrell of Highland will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary, May 25 from 2-4 p.m. at the Spring River Baptist Church. The couple was married May 7, 1968, in Salem. All friends and family are invited to attend. The family requests no gifts...
Martins to celebrate 56th wedding anniversary (05/21/08)
Lemuel and Pearl (Couch) Martin of Ash Flat will celebrate their 56th wedding anniversary during a celebration hosted by their children on Saturday, May 24 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Mammoth Spring High School Multi-purpose building. All friends and relatives are invited to attend and share in the celebration. Lunch will be served. Special guest speakers at 2 p.m...