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Stories from Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Area Schools Announce Open Houses (08/12/09)
The bell will soon be ringing, ushering students back to the pencils and books they left behind at summer's beginning. On Aug. 19, Izard County Consolidated, Salem and Viola Schools will begin. Most of the first day procedures should remain the same in all the county schools, however there are a few items of note that parents and student may like to know...
Drug Court Offers Options (08/12/09)
Drug courts are a very successful option to help deal with the overcrowding of the states prisons and the ever escalating number of drug offenses clogging the criminal court system. The huge number of drug cases have forced judges and prosecutors to consider other options in regard to ways to prosecute and punish those charged with drug related offenses...
Breaker failure causes area power outage (08/12/09)
Electricity went amiss in Fulton County when a power outage occurred at about 12:40 p.m. on Aug. 10 in Salem, Viola, Glencoe and surrounding areas, lasting nearly one hour. North Arkansas Electric Cooperative reported the loss of power occurred because of breaker failure at the Viola substation, according to a press release...
ATV Safety Tips Offered (08/12/09)
Despite the popularity of ATVs in the rural areas of Arkansas, without proper respect for these machines, the most innocent of outings can become damaging if not deadly. Since 1982, there have been more than 640 ATV deaths in the United States, according to the Arkansas Division of Agriculture...
Curren Everett announces run for Senate, District 10 (08/12/09)
State Representative Curren Everett (D-Salem, District 82) announced today that he is seeking election to Arkansas' State Senate in District 10. The seat is currently held by Senator Paul Miller who is restricted by term limits from running for re-election. District 10 includes Fulton, Sharp, Randolph, Izard, Stone and part of Independence County. The primary election will be held May 18, 2010, and the General Election will be Nov. 2, 2010...
Edwards Charged with Rape (08/12/09)
Logan Anthony Edwards, 19, of Melbourne was arrested Aug. 2 on the charge of rape, a Class Y felony, according to an Izard County Sheriff's Office police report. "Allegations were made by the victim and they were substantiated by other people," said Tate Lawrence, Izard County sheriff. "(Edwards) was contacted and asked to come to the sheriff's office. He responded soon after."...
Offering exploration and adventure in Oregon County (08/12/09)
It's often easy for those who live in the technical age to forget the world around them and the natural beauty of it, but when close to half of Oregon County consists of the Mark Twain National Forest, nature is a little hard to ignore. There are two main attractions of the national forest in Oregon County: the Eleven Point River and the Irish Wilderness...
Lottery seeking business participation (08/12/09)
The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery (ASL) is actively seeking interested retail businesses throughout Arkansas to apply to become licensed lottery retailers. Lottery ticket sales and games are scheduled to begin by Sept. 28, and already, applications for lottery licenses are pouring in...
Hospital Dream Continues (08/12/09)
The biggest hope for Sharp County seems to be unanimous among attendees and elected officials who recently attended a series of Rural Economic Development meetings in various Sharp County cities. Topping the chart was always the extreme need for a hospital in the area. This wish may be closer to becoming a reality, thanks, in part to a new foundation in the Sharp County area...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Logan Anthony Edwards, 19, of Melbourne was arrested Aug. 2 on the charge of rape. Edwards remains in the Izard County Detention Facility with a $50,000 bond. Crystal Gail Merriman, 31, of Calico Rock, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit to a chemical test, driving on a suspended license, an operating a motor vehicle without insurance. Merriman remains in the Izard County Detention Facility with a $3123 bond...
School Officials Train for Lockdown (08/12/09)
Alton teachers and faculty from other schools attended a shooting class Aug. 6 at 8 a.m., in the Alton School Library with area law enforcement officers, including officers from the Oregon and Howell County Sheriff's Departments. The instructor for the class was Vice President of Strategos International, Mark Warren. Warren is from the Alton area and graduated from Alton High School...
Students off to a good start with free supplies (08/12/09)
School halls will soon be bustling with students to start another school year. To get ready for school to begin, students who attend Alton, Couch, Koshkonong and Thayer schools who qualify for free or reduced lunches stocked up on school supplies at the Alton Multi-purpose Building Aug. 5. Ozark Action sponsored the event...
Thayer High School Ready for First Day of Classes (08/12/09)
Thayer Schools will be starting Aug. 20 and students may notice some improvements. Superintendent Rod Priest said the high school got a new roof over the summer. Priest said normally flat roofs last up to 15 years. The old flat roof on the high school, however, had been there for about 25 years. "The ice storm pretty much finished it off," Priest said...
Walnut Festival Events Planned (08/12/09)
The Black Gold Walnut Festival was on the minds of the Alton Chamber of Commerce during their meeting Aug. 3 at the VFW Post. Sherry Fohey said in the last meeting about the festival, those involved were trying to get entertainment and sound equipment. ...
Public Announcement (08/12/09)
The Thayer City Council meeting has been changed from Aug. 11 to Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. at city hall. The public is welcome to attend.
Chamber Elects Officers (08/12/09)
The Thayer Chamber of Commerce met Aug. 5 in the Bank of Thayer board room and filled officer positions. For 2009-2010 Dr. Scott Ream is president, Lisa Cates is vice president, LaRee Rees is now secretary and Adam Courter is treasurer. Caroline Sutherland reported that the Caboose had a total of 789 visitors for July and a year to date total of 2,825 visitors. Sutherland said she will see about having new T-shirts made at Two River Tee for the Caboose...
Offering exploration and adventure in Oregon County (08/12/09)
It's often easy for those who live in the technical age to forget the world around them and the natural beauty of it, but when close to half of Oregon County consists of the Mark Twain National Forest, nature is a little hard to ignore. There are two main attractions of the national forest in Oregon County: the Eleven Point River and the Irish Wilderness...
Super Sunflower (08/12/09)
Photo by Emily McIntosh Bobbie Ketts stands beneath an 11-foot sunflower that's growing in a cucumber patch belonging to her father and mother, Walter and Bernice Ketts. She said the cucumbers aren't doing so bad either.
ATV Safety Tips Offered (08/12/09)
Despite the popularity of ATVs in the rural areas of Arkansas, without proper respect for these machines, the most innocent of outings can become damaging if not deadly. Since 1982, there have been more than 640 ATV deaths in the United States, according to the Arkansas Division of Agriculture...
Cherokee Village Police Report (08/12/09)
Adam Heiser, 39, was cited July 30 for no proof of insurance and no signal lamps. Douglas Milde, 46, of Mammoth Spring was arrested July 30 on a Lawrence County warrant for failure to appear on possession of drug paraphernalia and no seat belt. Adam Heiser, 39, of Cherokee Village was arrested July 30 on a Lawrence County warrant for failure to pay fines and no proof of liability insurance...
Drug Court Offers Options (08/12/09)
Drug courts are a very successful option to help deal with the overcrowding of the states prisons and the ever escalating number of drug offenses clogging the criminal court system. The huge number of drug cases have forced judges and prosecutors to consider other options in regard to ways to prosecute and punish those charged with drug related offenses...
Moser turns 100 (08/12/09)
Noel Moser will be 100 years old Aug. 23, being born in 1909, the third of nine children to parents Johhn and Nancy Mer. Hewas born near Little Strawberry River, about two miles nothwest of Morriston. He would b pleased to receive birthday cards from friends...
Cousins and Friends Hold Reunion (08/12/09)
By any standards of measurement the greatest and most significant, institution in the life of man is the human family. It is where love is born, relationships are formed and the future is determined. It is the well-spring of civil order, public happiness, and the foundation of society. Because of its key role in the history of the word, it deserves to be remembered from generation to generation, and that is what the Cousins and Friends Reunion is doing with genuine pride and enthusiasm...
Murder Suspect Captured (08/12/09)
A Cave City woman is being held in the Independence County Jail in lieu of a $1 million bond following an attempted murder in Batesville Aug. 5. According to a probable cause warrant obtained from Independence County Sheriff Keith Bowers, two witnesses said Darlene Denise Siau, of Cave City, entered the residence of Michael Wade Bailey at 520 Ferrell Street in Batesville, and shot him in the mouth while he sat on the arm of a couch and then left the home...
Sweet, Sweet Watermelon (08/12/09)
The 30th Annual Cave City Watermelon Festival drew a huge crowd despite the heat Aug. 6-8. Thursday night Rockin' Luke Stroud performed his Jerry Lewis rendition to a packed park. The trailer full of prize winning melons were proudly displayed for the crowd throughout the weekend event. For more photos of the festival, see next weeks Villager Journal...
New School Year Brings Memories (08/12/09)
The vibrant colored bulletin boards and shiny waxed floors that nearly resemble glass are some of the unmistakable signs that a new school year is quickly approaching at Cherokee Elementary School, as well as every other school in the area. The 2009-2010 year is set to begin Aug. 19 at all Sharp County schools...
Drug Court Offers Options (08/12/09)
Drug courts are a very successful option to help deal with the overcrowding of the states prisons and the ever escalating number of drug offenses clogging the criminal court system. The huge number of drug cases have forced judges and prosecutors to consider other options in regard to ways to prosecute and punish those charged with drug related offenses...
Taking a Cool Break (08/12/09)
Photo/Tammy Curtis Members of the Highland High School Band recently began their "two-a-days" and are pictured taking a popsicle break from their strenuous twice daily marching sessions. The band is one of the highest ranked marching bands in the state and has competed in national competitions. The Highland is under the direction of Greg and Hope Bruner...
Lottery seeking business participation (08/12/09)
The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery (ASL) is actively seeking interested retail businesses throughout Arkansas to apply to become licensed lottery retailers. Lottery ticket sales and games are scheduled to begin by Sept. 28, and already, applications for lottery licenses are pouring in...
Too Big for the Frying Pan (08/12/09)
William Dillard of Mammoth Spring caught this 16-1/2 pound catfish on the Spring River Aug. 1.
Highland Mighty Mite registration underway (08/12/09)
Registration for the upcoming Highland Mighty Mite football season continues through Aug. 21. All kids entering the third through sixth grades may sign-up at Jamaica Me Tan in Highland. Sign-up fees are $40 per child, or a family plan is available for $50 with a total of two or more children in the household signing up...
Hog Calls (08/12/09)
"I got two points for the team," Bailey said post NCAA "But it just wasn't clicking today. No excuses. I'll get ready for the Jamaican Trials and I'll be back here next year." Bailey said again July 28 he'll be back for his senior Arkansas season. "Coming back next year to the NCAA's," Bailey said, "I'll have a lot of confidence coming off my national meet and the international meet. ...
New scholarship to honor Elwin "Preacher" Roe (08/12/09)
A new scholarship at Missouri State University-West Plains not only honors long-time local resident and major league baseball great Elwin "Preacher" Roe, it also upholds his strong belief in education. Roe's sons, Elwin Jr. of Pineville, Mo., and Tommy of West Plains, along with their families, recently established the Preacher Roe Club Golf Teams Endowed Scholarship to help a full-time student participating in Grizzly club golf achieve his or her dream of a higher education...
Big Payday (08/12/09)
Ash Flat's Shawn Walsh won the 17th annual Open-Wheel Modified Show-Me Championship hosted by West Plains Motor Speedway. From left are: Larry Shaw, Clay Shaw, Walsh, Gavin Landers and Lance Landers. Photo/G&H Photography
Highland Mighty Mite registration underway (08/12/09)
Registration for the upcoming Highland Mighty Mite football season continues through Aug. 21. All kids entering the third through sixth grades may sign-up at Jamaica Me Tan in Highland. Sign-up fees are $40 per child, or a family plan is available for $50 with a total of two or more children in the household signing up...
New scholarship to honor Elwin "Preacher" Roe (08/12/09)
A new scholarship at Missouri State University-West Plains not only honors long-time local resident and major league baseball great Elwin "Preacher" Roe, it also upholds his strong belief in education. Roe's sons, Elwin Jr. of Pineville, Mo., and Tommy of West Plains, along with their families, recently established the Preacher Roe Club Golf Teams Endowed Scholarship to help a full-time student participating in Grizzly Club golf achieve his or her dream of a higher education...
Walsh Wins Show Me Championship (08/12/09)
West Plains Motor Speedway's 17th annual Open-Wheel Modified Show-Me Championship, sponsored by Larry Shaw Race Cars and Mark Martin Ford and Chevrolet, was under a rain delay on its opening day. But, by doubling up on the last day and running an afternoon round as well as a evening round, the event was completed as scheduled and Shawn Walsh of Ash Flat is the new event winner, claiming the $5,000 top prize...
New scholarship to honor Elwin "Preacher" Roe (08/12/09)
A new scholarship at Missouri State University-West Plains not only honors long-time local resident and major league baseball great Elwin "Preacher" Roe, it also upholds his strong belief in education. Roe's sons, Elwin Jr. of Pineville, Mo., and Tommy of West Plains, along with their families, recently established the Preacher Roe Club Golf Teams Endowed Scholarship to help a full-time student participating in Grizzly Club golf achieve his or her dream of a higher education...
Walsh Wins Show Me Championship (08/12/09)
West Plains Motor Speedway's 17th annual Open-Wheel Modified Show-Me Championship, sponsored by Larry Shaw Race Cars and Mark Martin Ford and Chevrolet, was under a rain delay on its opening day. But, by doubling up on the last day and running an afternoon round as well as a evening round, the event was completed as scheduled and Shawn Walsh of Ash Flat is the new event winner, claiming the $5,000 top prize...
Too Big for the Frying Pan (08/12/09)
William Dillard of Mammoth Spring caught this 16-1/2 pound catfish on the Spring River Aug. 1.
Too Big for the Frying Pan (08/12/09)
William Dillard of Mammoth Spring caught this 16-1/2 pound catfish on the Spring River Aug. 1.
Death Notices published week of August 13, 2009 (08/12/09)
Helen Louise Jackson McDuffee, 79, of Ruston, La., formerly of Cave City, Ark., died in Ruston, La., Aug. 4, 2009. Arrangements are by Qualls Funeral Home. John (J.L.) Stroud, 91, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Aug. 4, 2009. Arrangements are by Qualls Funeral Home...
Death Notices published week of August 13, 2009 (08/12/09)
Helen Louise Jackson McDuffee, 79, of Ruston, La., formerly of Cave City, Ark., died in Ruston, La., Aug. 4, 2009. Arrangements are by Qualls Funeral Home. John (J.L.) Stroud, 91, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Aug. 4, 2009. Arrangements are by Qualls Funeral Home...
Death Notices published week of August 13, 2009 (08/12/09)
Helen Louise Jackson McDuffee, 79, of Ruston, La., formerly of Cave City, Ark., died in Ruston, La., Aug. 4, 2009. Arrangements are by Qualls Funeral Home. John (J.L.) Stroud, 91, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Aug. 4, 2009. Arrangements are by Qualls Funeral Home...
Michael Tripp Martin (08/12/09)
Seth and Jamie Martin of Salem, Ark., are the parents of a baby boy, Michael Tripp Martin. He was born at 3:06 p.m., July 27, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are John Ed and Linda Welch of Salem and Michael and Debbie Martin of Glencoe. ...
Cadence Mae Pleasant (08/12/09)
Chase Pleasant and Cassie Stafford of Ash Flat, Ark., are the parents of a baby girl, Cadence Mae Pleasant. She was born at 2:48 p.m., July 15, 2009, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She weighed 6 pounds, 10.8 ounces and was 19 inches long. She was welcomed home by her uncle, Trevor Stafford, and her aunt, Maggie Pleasant...
Michael Tripp Martin (08/12/09)
Seth and Jamie Martin of Salem, Ark., are the parents of a baby boy, Michael Tripp Martin. He was born at 3:06 p.m., July 27, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are John Ed and Linda Welch of Salem and Michael and Debbie Martin of Glencoe. ...
Cadence Mae Pleasant (08/12/09)
Chase Pleasant and Cassie Stafford of Ash Flat, Ark., are the parents of a baby girl, Cadence Mae Pleasant. She was born at 2:48 p.m., July 15, 2009, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She weighed 6 pounds, 10.8 ounces and was 19 inches long. She was welcomed home by her uncle, Trevor Stafford, and her aunt, Maggie Pleasant...
Short-Wade Wedding (08/12/09)
Lisa and the late Mark Short announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kimberly Renee' Short to Micah Lee Wade. Micah is the son of David and Janet Wade of Elkton, Ken. Kimberly and Micah both graduated from Williford High School in 2006...
Perkins to Celebrate Golden Anniversary (08/12/09)
In honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Joyce and Bill Perkins, their five children, (Lee, Lois, William, Edward, and James), fourteen grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren will host a celebration reception on Saturday, Aug. 15 from 2- 4 p.m., at the North Arkansas Electric Cooperative's Orange Room in Salem...
Perkins to Celebrate Golden Anniversary (08/12/09)
In honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Joyce and Bill Perkins, their five children, (Lee, Lois, William, Edward, and James), fourteen grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren will host a celebration reception on Saturday, Aug. 15 from 2- 4 p.m., at the North Arkansas Electric Cooperative's Orange Room in Salem...
Police Dispute Involves Wrecked Van (08/12/09)
A domestic dispute involving a van wreck on Flora Cemetery Road, near Viola on Aug. 1, sent two parties to the hospital: one in a drug induced stupor and one "badly beaten," said Walter Dillinger, Fulton County sheriff. Fulton County Deputies, Boyd Daily and David Henry, were dispatched to MNK Ranch near Viola for a possible domestic dispute. ...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Agustin Lopez, 18, of Rector, was arrested on Aug. 1 for criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and public intoxication with other charges pending. Lopez was released from the Fulton County Jail on Aug. 3 on $810 bond. Stephen Helton, 42, of Viola, was arrested on July 25 on warrant for failure to pay fines for theft of property and criminal trespassing. Helton was released from the Fulton County Jail on OR Bond on Aug. 4...
Horseshoe Bend Police Department (08/12/09)
Cassey Zook, 28, of Salem, was charges with disorderly conduct and contempt of court on July 30, after officers were called to a disturbance. David Smart, 42, of Horseshoe Bend, was arrested on Tuesday, Aug. 4, and charged with DWI, refusal to take breathalyzer, operative ATV on the highway, fleeing and resisting arrest...
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Karen Marie Spence, 42, of Alton, was arrested Aug. 8 for passing a bad check. She posted bond in the amount of $1,000. Her court date is set for Sept. 9. Sherry E. Simmons, 25, of Alton, was arrested Aug. 8 for forgery. She posted bond in the amount of $4,900, and her court date is set for Sept. 9...
Thayer Police Report (08/12/09)
Michael A. Deshazo, 17, of Thayer, was charged Aug. 1 with minor in possession, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. No bond was set. Terry J. Wynn, 34, of Thayer, was charged Aug. 6 with driving his vehicle off the designated portion of the roadway and driving on a suspended license. Bond was set at $325...
Missouri Highway Patrol (08/12/09)
Edward R. Schrader, 50, of Ballwin, Miss., and passenger, Anthony W. Schrader, 13, of Valley Park, Mo., were both ejected from a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle Aug. 7 around 12:19 p.m. when Edward Schrader failed to negotiate a curve and ran off the right side of the road. ...
Cherokee Village Police Report (08/12/09)
Adam Heiser, 39, was cited July 30 for no proof of insurance and no signal lamps. Douglas Milde, 46, of Mammoth Spring was arrested July 30 on a Lawrence County warrant for failure to appear on possession of drug paraphernalia and no seat belt. Adam Heiser, 39, of Cherokee Village was arrested July 30 on a Lawrence County warrant for failure to pay fines and no proof of liability insurance...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Jeffrey M. Harris, 19, of Cherokee Village was arrested July 31 for disorderly conduct. Cory Clouse, 22, of Hardy was arrested Aug. 1 for holding for Fulton County on disorderly conduct and battery charges. Jason Nierstheimer, 26, of Mabelvale was arrested Aug. 1 for DWI, no seat belt and possession of a controlled substance...
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Karen Marie Spence, 42, of Alton, was arrested Aug. 8 for passing a bad check. She posted bond in the amount of $1,000. Her court date is set for Sept. 9. Sherry E. Simmons, 25, of Alton, was arrested Aug. 8 for forgery. She posted bond in the amount of $4,900, and her court date is set for Sept. 9...
Thayer Police Report (08/12/09)
Michael A. Deshazo, 17, of Thayer, was charged Aug. 1 with minor in possession, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. No bond was set. Terry J. Wynn, 34, of Thayer, was charged Aug. 6 with driving his vehicle off the designated portion of the roadway and driving on a suspended license. Bond was set at $325...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Agustin Lopez, 18, of Rector, was arrested on Aug. 1 for criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and public intoxication with other charges pending. Lopez was released from the Fulton County Jail on Aug. 3 on $810 bond. Stephen Helton, 42, of Viola, was arrested on July 25 on warrant for failure to pay fines for theft of property and criminal trespassing. Helton was released from the Fulton County Jail on OR Bond on Aug. 4...
Horseshoe Bend Police Department (08/12/09)
Cassey Zook, 28, of Salem, was charges with disorderly conduct and contempt of court on July 30, after officers were called to a disturbance. David Smart, 42, of Horseshoe Bend, was arrested on Tuesday, Aug. 4, and charged with DWI, refusal to take breathalyzer, operative ATV on the highway, fleeing and resisting arrest...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Jeffrey M. Harris, 19, of Cherokee Village was arrested July 31 for disorderly conduct. Cory Clouse, 22, of Hardy was arrested Aug. 1 for holding for Fulton County on disorderly conduct and battery charges. Jason Nierstheimer, 26, of Mabelvale was arrested Aug. 1 for DWI, no seat belt and possession of a controlled substance...
Missouri Highway Patrol (08/12/09)
Edward R. Schrader, 50, of Ballwin, Miss., and passenger, Anthony W. Schrader, 13, of Valley Park, Mo., were both ejected from a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle Aug. 7 around 12:19 p.m. when Edward Schrader failed to negotiate a curve and ran off the right side of the road. ...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Logan Anthony Edwards, 19, of Melbourne was arrested Aug. 2 on the charge of rape. Edwards remains in the Izard County Detention Facility with a $50,000 bond. Crystal Gail Merriman, 31, of Calico Rock, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit to a chemical test, driving on a suspended license, an operating a motor vehicle without insurance. Merriman remains in the Izard County Detention Facility with a $3123 bond...
Cherokee Village Police Report (08/12/09)
Adam Heiser, 39, was cited July 30 for no proof of insurance and no signal lamps. Douglas Milde, 46, of Mammoth Spring was arrested July 30 on a Lawrence County warrant for failure to appear on possession of drug paraphernalia and no seat belt. Adam Heiser, 39, of Cherokee Village was arrested July 30 on a Lawrence County warrant for failure to pay fines and no proof of liability insurance...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (08/12/09)
Jeffrey M. Harris, 19, of Cherokee Village was arrested July 31 for disorderly conduct. Cory Clouse, 22, of Hardy was arrested Aug. 1 for holding for Fulton County on disorderly conduct and battery charges. Jason Nierstheimer, 26, of Mabelvale was arrested Aug. 1 for DWI, no seat belt and possession of a controlled substance...
Moser turns 100 (08/12/09)
Noel Moser will be 100 years old Aug. 23, being born in 1909, the third of nine children to parents Johhn and Nancy Mer. Hewas born near Little Strawberry River, about two miles nothwest of Morriston. He would b pleased to receive birthday cards from friends...
Foster to Celebrate 90th Birthday (08/12/09)
Otress E. Foster will celebrate his 90th birthday on Aug. 20. Otress spent over 30 years as a rural mail carrier but now he likes to garden, fish and sit on the porch with his cat, Buddy. If you would like to help him celbrate, cards will be appreciated at 4796 Flora Cemetery Road, Viola, AR 72583...
Foster to Celebrate 90th Birthday (08/12/09)
Otress E. Foster will celebrate his 90th birthday on Aug. 20. Otress spent over 30 years as a rural mail carrier but now he likes to garden, fish and sit on the porch with his cat, Buddy. If you would like to help him celebrate, cards will be appreciated at 4796 Flora Cemetery Road, Viola, AR 72583...
Moser to Celebrate 100th Birthday (08/12/09)
Noel Moser will be 100 years old Aug. 23, being born in 1909, the third of nine children to parents John and Nancy Moser. Hewas born near Little Strawberry River, about two miles northwest of Morriston. He would be pleased to receive birthday cards from friends...