WEDNESDAY, July 20, 2011 — NO. 35 ATKINS (POPE COUNTY) ARKANSAS 72823 ONE HUNDRED AND sixteenth YEAR
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The Heart of the Arkansas River Valley for a Century
Music minister averts robbery in Memphis
Ralph and Mila Baker traveled behind, grabbing his wallet thru shoulder high, getting him in a able to recover my wallet as I “ I just thank God for His
to Memphis on Monday, July 11. his pants. What the would–be side head lock. As we were going restrained the man’s arm,” Baker protective hand, that we had no
After an appointment with Home- robber did not know is that Baker, down, three bystanders jumped added. significant injuries or losses,”
land Security, they decided to visit 52, is a Black Belt in Aiki-Jujitsu. on him too,” Baker said. Mila had a bruise or two, and Baker stated.
the historic Downtown Memphis. “I gave him a rear elbow strike Mila was screaming during the Ralph has a scraped elbow from The suspect is currently
for your information They walked down Beale to his head and he fell back- assault, calling attention to the taking the man down on the pave- being held in the Memphis City
Street, home of the Blues. As they wards, tore my pants and had robbery. ment. His pants were torn and Jail. Ralph Baker is the Music
Riding Club were walking, an African-Ameri-
can male jumped on Ralph from
my wallet. He got up and began
to run, and I jumped on him
“We subdued the man until
the police came, and Mila was
his glasses were scratched and
Minister at the First Baptist
The Atkins Riding Club will
have a playnight, Friday, July
22, at 7 p.m. They will have
barrels, poles, team penning,
team branding and roping. The
club will have these playnights
the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the
month. For more information
call Jim at 479-970-1041.
2011 Sales Tax
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. on
Saturday, Aug. 6, and ending
at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 7,
the State of Arkansas will hold
its sale tax holiday allowing
shoppers the opportunity to
purchase certain school sup-
plies, school art supplies, school Demolition of the old middle school is almost complete.
instructional materials, and
clothing free of state and local County receives funds under emergency food and shelter program
sales or use tax. All retailers are Pope County has been chosen Christ in the U.S.A., and United tered Women’s Shelter will deter- government or private voluntary participating. This agency was
required to participate and may to receive $21,551 to supplement Way of America which will mine how the funds awarded to organizations chosen to receive responsible for providing rent
not charge tax on items that are emergency food and shelter pro- provide the administrative staff Pope County are to be distributed funds must (1) be non-profit, (2) and/or mortgages paid for a
legally tax-exempt during the grams in the area. and function as fiscal agent. The among the emergency food and have an accounting system, (3) period of 30 days and utility
Sales Tax Holiday. The selection was made by a Board was charged to distribute shelter programs run by local practice nondiscrimination, (4) payments made on behalf of
Relay for Life National Board chaired by the
Federal Emergency Manage-
funds appropriated by Congress
to help expand the capacity of
service organizations in the area.
The Local Board is responsible
have demonstrated the capability
to deliver emergency food and/or
individuals or families.
Further information on the
fund-raiser ment Agency (FEMA) and con-
sists of representatives from The
food and shelter programs in
high-need areas around the
for recommending agencies to
receive these funds and any addi-
shelter programs, and (5) if they are
a private voluntary organization,
program may be obtained by
contacting David Freeman at
planned Salvation Army, American Red
Cross, Council of Jewish Federa-
A Local Board made up of
tional funds available under this
phase of the program.
they must have a voluntary board.
Pope County has distributed
(479) 968-1800 in Russellville.
Applications from interested
A singing will be held tions, Catholic Charities, USA, ARVAC, Inc., Salvation Army, Under the terms of the grant Emergency Food and Shelter organizations must be received
Satuday, Aug. 13, beginning at 6 National Council of Churches of County Judge’s Office and Bat- from the National Board, local Funds previously with ARVAC by 4 p.m. July 29.
p.m. at Pleasant Grove Assem-
bly of God. Donations will be
accepted for the Kellie Boyd ARVAC announces utility help
Relay for Life Team. ARVAC has announced that of the household.
Keepsake bricks Summer Low Income Home
Energy Electric and CRISIS
Persons in Pope County (Rus-
sellville) wishing to apply should
from old school Assistance Programs (HEAP)
opened Monday, July 11.
visit the ARVAC office located
at 104 S. Rochester on Monday
building offered It is an electric only one-
time payment based on family
through Friday between the
hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. and
Several people have asked for
“keepsakes” from the old high income and household size. between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
school. Among the keepsakes Households or individuals Further information may
suggested were bricks from the must have proof of income for be obtained by calling Joyce
building. The demolition con- the previous month for all adult Cunningham in the office at
tractor has agreed to put a pile (over 18 years of age) members 479-968-5756.
Recovery centers open in
of bricks just behind the ball
goals near the administration
building. Feel free to take a few
if you wish. For safety reasons,
we ask that people not walk
onto the demolition site.
Franklin, Johnson counties
Franklin and Johnson county The Johnson County DRC
disaster survivors have continuing is in the Marvin Vinson Center
Pea Ridge Fire opportunities to meet with state
and federal specialists at Disaster
at 1611 Oakland Street, Clarks-
ville. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Department Recovery Centers (DRCs) in their Monday through Saturday and 1
counties. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Dues are payable by the end Effective Wednesday, July Johnson and Franklin The addition to the Atkins Fire Station is well under way.
of July. Send to P.O. Box 111, 13, the quick-response Disaster counties received a presidential
City Council pays bills, hears about service
Atkins, AR 72823 Assistance Centers transitioned disaster declaration July 8 fol-
to recovery centers. They will lowing the storms, tornadoes and
continue to offer one-on-one floods that hit the area May 24-
assistance by representatives of 26. Residents of the two counties
the Federal Emergency Manage- have until September 6 to register
The Atkins City Council Alderwoman Nell Warren must schedule the ride a day in
ment Agency (FEMA) and the for disaster-related assistance
paid a couple of bills and heard presented information on the advance except on scheduled
U.S. Small Business Adminis- offered by the state and FEMA. So
about a service that is in the planned Arkansas Rural Transit routes. It will provide service
tration (SBA). A wider range far, more than 250 Franklin and
works for non-emergency Service under the Area Agency between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m.
of information about state and Johnson county residents have
transportation, at its monthly on Aging of Western Arkansas, Monday through Friday except
federal agencies, including the registered with FEMA.
meeting Tuesday of last week which she said should be in for holidays.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Survivors can register online
(July 12). place for several counties by the All members were present for
and the Internal Revenue Service, at www.disasterassistance.gov, via
The two bills were end of the year. the meeting, including Alder-
will also be available. web-enabled phone at m.fema.gov
$42,864.30 to Keener con- The vehicles would be avail- men JoAnn Spence, Raymond
The Franklin County DRC is or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA
INSIDE in the Ozark Elementary School (3362) or TTY 1-800-462-7585.
struction for work on the fire
station expansion and $357 to
able to “all residents who need
rides” for shopping, person-
Staggs, Nell Warren, Sean
Rehm, Paul David Carpenter
cafeteria at 1601 Walden Drive, FEMA phone lines are open from
the architect, Bob Hiegel, on nel needs, nutrition centers and Raymond Pearce, as well as
Ozark. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a
Calendar Monday through Saturday and 1
to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
week; multilingual operators are
the project for observing the
and more. Riders will pay in
a fare box on each van and
City Clerk Brenda Graves and
City Attorney Bill Swain.
Thursday, July 21 — Atkins Li-
ons Club, noon, First United Meth-
odist Church, visitors welcome-
Guest speaker-Steve Gardner
Thursday, July 21 — Hector
City Council, 7 p.m., city hall board filing
Thursday, July 21 — Ameri-
can Legion and American Legion
Auxiliary, 7 p.m., W.J. Matthews
Thursday, July 21 — Tri
County Water Distribution Board,
10 a.m., Headquarters, SR7 north
of Russellville The dates for filing for the
Monday, July 25 — Pottsville Sept. 20 school board elec-
City Council, 7 p.m., City Hall tions in Pope County are July
Positions needing to be
inside filled are Atkins 5-year term,
Dover 2-year unexpired term
The Chronicle and a 5-year term, Hector
5-year term, Pottsville 5-year
Arena.................. 8 term, and Russellville two 4-
Church................ 4 year terms.
Civic................... 1 As of noon Tuesday, the
Classifieds. ......... 7
. following people have filed:
incumbent Tom Hill for the
Legals................. 7. Dover 5-year term, incumbent
Movies..................... 8 David Potts for the Pottsville
Obituaries.............. 8 position, and Allan R. George
Opinions........... 2,3 and Barbara Adams both for
School. .................. 6
. the Russellville position 6.
Philip Haney of the Atkins
Service.Dir.. ........ 7 board, whose term expires,
Society................ 5 has not announced whether he Visitors at Potts Inn — More than 30 teachers from Northeast Arkansas tour Potts Inn Thursday as part of a tour of points of interest in
Sports.......................... 6 will run for re-election. the river valley. Margaret Motley gave them a history of the inn before they divided up and toured the inn and surrounding cabins.
2• THE ATKINS CHRONICLE • WEDNESDAY, JuLY 20, 2011
THE GUM LOG by Van A. Tyson
what Caused the Rain
Several people have taken ruses of “Stormy Weather.” tomatoes, and I feel that the
credit for the rains last week, so I I got a little carried away with peaches on my volunteer tree will
need to set the record straight. “Stormy Weather,” and may have be ripe any day now. The fig trees
My daughter Gail claimed to caused the extended rains we had have perked up, but I don’t see any
be respon- that day. In fact, I followed it with figs yet.
sible for the “Ride of the Valkyries” by Wagner. Teachers at Potts Inn
rain Wednes- The result was not only a deluge that The heat didn’t keep us from
day because filled the ditches in town, but also, having a good crowd at Potts Inn
she left her another rain Wednesday night. Thursday afternoon.
car windows On top of that, I brought in the A busload of more than 30
cracked open, short shower Thursday. Or was it teachers from northeast Arkansas
causing her Friday? Anyway, it helped elimi- arrived about 3:30 p.m.
seats to get nate the need for me to water this When they gathered in front
wet. Her proof weekend. of the Inn, Margaret Motley gave
was that when My rain gauge showed 2.5 them a summary of the history
she rolled up inches on Wednesday, and another of the inn. Then they divided into
her windows (in Conway) the pre- 1.5 inches on Wednesday night. groups of about 10, with some
vious day, it kept the rain away. I reported several instances of touring the inn by floors and
Sheila Phillips also claimed success in my column in the Demo- others visiting the outlying cabins,
credit. She left her car windows crat, and in a magazine The Arkan- including the hat building, the first
down at Russellville and ended up san, which went out of business. ladies’ dolls building, the tools
with some wet books in her seat. In addition to my duties bring- barn and the Dr. Teeter office.
However, I know from long ing in rain, I am also soloist for They were provided with a
South of the Border & Over the Hill
experience that the real credit for thunderstorms in this area. valuable packet of teacher mate-
the rains is mine with my trom- I take that duty just as seriously rials provided by Kellie Van Es.
bone playing on my porch. as my duty bringing in the rain. Kellie is serving as our summer
As I have noted before, going When the storms become tour guide, while she is off from
back to the 1970s when I was writ- severe, I sometimes help calm her Pottsville school duties. She By AnnieLaura Jaggers-Grady
ing an Economy column for the
Arkansas Democrat, I have to have
them with numbers like “You Are
My Sunshine,” and “Blue Skies”
is doing a wonderful job with the
summer visits and story times for
My 4th of July
something to work with – a least and “Here Comes the Sun.” I didn’t children. She reported 134 visi- I was expecting to sit at my the porch at the back door was a and salads. I
some dark clouds, but when I do I do any of that last week, because tors so far in June and July. apartment home here in the similar inlay greeting. certainly had
can usually bring in the showers. we needed all we could get. Part of my job with the tours Wildflower. None of my children There was much to see out plenty to eat.
So, Wednesday morning, when The ground was still damp this was to open up the attic, so people or grandchildren were having a back. From the long back porch Afterward
the black clouds appeared and a morning (Monday), so I didn’t feel can see the amazing beams, joined family gathering at their homes. which included a hot tub, we the host told
few drops fell, I went on my front the need to water, but I will Tues- with wooden pegs. I also noticed But in the morning Christi called could see the spacious, round me that early
porch and began playing. I started day or Wednesday, depending on and took pictures of an Aladdin and said she and Gary had been swimming pool centering a each morning
with “Tin Roof Blues,” then moved how the dirt feels. All my plants lamp on the second floor of the invited to some of his relatives, fountain. A young man I recog- he makes a
on to “Raindrops Keep Falling on have perked up. inn, to show to Doyle and Peggy and they were told they could nized as a son-in-law was swim- pot of coffee
my Head,” and then with two cho- I have started to pick a few Cook at Lions Club this week. invite me. I had known them ming but exited fairly soon. We and sits out
for a long time. I had taught walked alongside the pool on there enjoy-
The hisTory Lesson his sister at Tech. It wasn’t even a boardwalk to a roofed area. ing what
by Kenneth R. Walker potluck. They were feeding all At the back of this was a room there is of nature. It was nothing
guests. the host called his “Tiki Hut.” unusual for 10 or 12 deer to come
democratic Progressive Capitalism Of course I got ready and
Christi came for me. I knew they
Shelves along the front of it
served as a buffet. His broiler
to the edge of the yard. Or other
creatures like raccoons, I think.
Democratic progressive capi- that is, people have basic rights gressive capitalism should also lived somewhere off Highway and cooking equipment stood I asked him if he would come
talism is also sometimes desig- that even the majority may not maintain a balance between eco- 22. We turned off and followed along the right side. In front was and get me, seat me in that back
nated as democratic regulated infringe upon. nomic development and protec- a little one-vehicle road round an area containing two tables yard and leave me while he and
capitalism or democratic welfare Capitalism under this system tion of the environment. Keeping innumerable curves, and all at for eight, but space was left for his wife went on to work. He
capitalism by those who are less must be regulated. The Sherman a vibrant and advantageous envi- once we came onto a clearing use of stacks of single chairs. said, “Now, Darling, you know I
enthusiastic about this political Anti-Trust Act of 1890 and the ronmental condition for succeed- and there sat a beautiful, tall, This couple had two married can’t do that.” Of course I knew
economic system. The follow- Clayton Anti-Trust Act of 1914 ing generations is as essential as rambling home very unusually daughters with children and a it; however, it would be a won-
ing is one description of how this (the latter also had an amend- living within the nation’s means treated with stain. It was attrac- son with girl friend and some derful place to just sit and just
system should ideally operate. ment in 1950 to tighten provisions to keep from leaving descendants tive, perfectly landscaped, lots more people. One young man enjoy quiet and nature.
First, it should embody bal- still more) were written to curb a financial debt and a degraded of shrubs and clumps of flowers. had lived with them a while. I
anced economic budgets at the the growth of monopolies and world that must inevitably greatly I got out and was escorted didn’t get all the people straight-
business, family and governmen- monopolistic practices. These lower their quality and standard up the walkway. On the porch ened out; however, I knew all of Annielaura Jaggers-Grady
tal levels. Persons in this society acts provided that all contracts of living. in front of the entrance was a them when identified. I saw two has published the following
need to support themselves and/or conspiracies in restraint On the world scene, a demo- pretty inlay of colored wood Yorkies. books: A Nude Singularity: Lily
economically as much as they are of trade among the states and for- cratic, progressive capitalist coun- conveying a welcome. They took The host soon announced Peter of Arkansas; Billy Free-
able, pay a fair amount of taxes, eign nations were illegal. To date, try should cooperate with other me through the living room but that hot dogs and hamburgers man: Florida Keys Sheriff; A
and contribute generously to these acts have not been enforced nations to preserve a peaceful we didn’t take time to really look were ready. The hostess came Professor’s Unforgettables; and
philanthropic organizations and as effectively as they should be. world. It should also unite with because all were out back. On along with a casserole and a cake Carl & Me & WWII.
persons in need. This was clearly demonstrated other nations in utilizing war only
There must also be a limited
government (people have rights
in 2008 and after when private
companies were bailed out by the
as a last resort against unusu-
ally cruel and corrupt political The Elusive Goblet Flower by “Pete Moss”
into which the government may taxpayers on the pretext that if regimes and to prevent genocides.
For almost a week there has the whole flower stem), and it will July to frost.”
not trespass) even if a majority they were not, the world economy Both the ethics of the Bible
been a post-it note on our bath- continue to produce those amaz- This information pleases me.
of the persons in the democracy would be jeopardized. Any time (as well as other holy books) and
room mirror – the only place in ing blooms.” I’ve certainly gotten a lot of bang
think otherwise. These civil corporations and companies long-range self interest necessi-
our entire house where important Catalog descriptions are for my buck here. Most peren-
rights include both property and become so large that they cannot tate that persons follow the above
“to do” chores are listed. It reads, meant to be both informative nials bloom for a few weeks and
personal rights. The English phi- be allowed to fail, capitalistic principles if they are to maintain
“Take photo of goblet flower.” The and to sell plants or seeds. This that’s it. Annuals bloom most of
losopher John Locke (1632-1704) regulation has not been sufficient. indefinitely a democratic, limited
flower is one of the plants that we one told me that the plant was the season, but don’t come back in
tended to stress property rights Moreover, the recent cataclysmic capitalistic government and the
brought back from Bustani Plant unusual, was likely to do well in successive years without replant-
more (life, liberty and property) happenings have demonstrated humane, tolerant and compas-
Farm in Stillwater, Okla., in the my garden, would last more than ing. The first flower my little
and the American philosopher- that the government must serve as sionate values pertaining thereto.
spring of 2010. It has survived one season and that I wanted to plant sported this season was
president Thomas Jefferson the regulator and umpire to keep However, since persons live in a
one winter in our Dover garden, add it to my collection. The fact a bit misshapen. I figure it had
(1743-1826) seemed to emphasize companies from defrauding their “human condition” society, they
even though it may or may not be that I had absolutely no idea what something to do with the extreme
personal rights to a larger extent stockholders and employees and cannot expect to attain the ideal
totally hardy here. (The plant is it was, but that it had come from heat and dryness we’ve had. After
(life, liberty and pursuit of happi- the consuming public. put forth above, but they should
unusual enough to not have been South America and we might this, though, the plant developed
ness). Both property and personal Also to maintain a democratic, attempt to move as close to it as
widely tested.) have inadvertently seen it in our several branches from the initial
rights need to be inviolate to the limited government, there must they are able.
The catalog description reads travels there, was also an entice- stem and these bloomed. I’ve
point that they are a clear and be a relatively equitable distribu- Suffice it to say therefore,
as follows: “Cypella coelestris ment. been so busy and didn’t notice
present danger to society or other tion of wealth. Ten percent of that the above description of the
(Goblet Flower) Perennial / Sun Upon further searching, in the branches and their blooms
persons, at which point they the people owning 90 percent democratic, progressive capital-
/ 30” tall x 20” wide / Zone 7-10 Hortus Third, I don’t find this until after the fact. I secretly think
should be regulated in an unbi- of the wealth and resources (the ism in the U. S. is at least one
Origin: South America Family: particular species, but do discover that they might bloom for only a
ased manner by the government distribution in this country now) concept of what the people have
Iridaceae [Iris] Goblet Flower that the genus comes from farther day and close up before evening.
with the courts especially being does not fulfill this requirement. been attempting to utilize and
is a South American member of south than we have traveled, thus This isn’t a problem because there
the final arbiter. As the English philosopher James live under during their history.
the Iris family with a stunning possibly increasing its hardi- was another bud forming – and
Since it is a democracy, this Harrington (1611-77) stated it: However, since this system must
flower display late spring through ness. There is a large void in my another! That’s why there was a
government must have majority “political power follows economic require compromise to make
fall. Coelestris means “of the botanical knowledge of Paraguay, note on the mirror. I wanted to
rule of the people. This means power.” To accomplish the above it function, people of the U. S.
skies,” a very fitting description Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina, see what my flower looked like, in
a one-person, one-vote rule in under progressive democratic should not be surprised that
of its sky-blue flowers that reach but now we have a little specimen case I missed seeing it in person.
honest elections. To insure this, capitalism, there needs to be a persons constantly disagree on
up toward the heavens on tall form somewhere down there in Each day I’ve checked it when I
there must be limitations on progressive taxation system to how it should best function, and
stems. We’ve over-wintered it for our own garden. I learned that got home from work. No bloom
election spending and power- finance the governmental and there is consequently considerable
a number of years in our zone the “cultivation is as for gladi- yet, but there are more buds. If
ful special interests, problems infrastructural functions as well debate on how this noble experi-
6b Stillwater garden but to be on olus, preferable in light sandy soil. it keeps going this way, between
that even James Madison was as to provide a safety net for those ment should proceed, expressed
the safe side, gardeners in zones Propagation is by cormlets, or now and frost I’m certain to catch
concerned about when he wrote who are unable to provide the very vigorously, at and between
7 and 6 should place it in a warm from seeds, flowering the second sight of it, or at least my spouse
Federalist Paper number 10 in food, clothing, housing, education biennial political elections.
sheltered location. During the year; the flowering season in N. will have caught it with the
1787. As noted above, majority and medical care for themselves Kenneth R. Walker, Ph.D., is camera.
season, remove the seedpods (not Temp. Zone extends from mid-
rule must be restrained by the and/or their families. Professor Emeritus of History
concept of limited government; Moreover, a democratic pro- at Arkansas Tech University. others more. companies to invest in new jobs the last big tax holiday in 2005,
These are profits earned back home. If they don’t get the companies tended to pass back
BEyond thE BEltway overseas, often by sending jobs break, the profits stay overseas, the extra money to shareholders
by Donald Kaul overseas. If they brought the untaxed. in dividends and stock buybacks.
profits home right now, they It sounds like a deal, right? Many of them did create new
Sleazy Corporate holiday would be taxed at the official,
though mythical, 35 percent
Except, isn’t there something
sleazy about American compa-
jobs, of course — by building new
My father, long dead, spent It was all evidence to him that what’s happening is that the rich corporate rate. nies sending jobs overseas, then You were right, Dad; they’re
his working years in tool-and- his theory was sound. He never aren’t getting richer fast enough. They want the government holding American taxpayers for all in it together.
die shops in bothered to say who “They” were, Go to the Supreme Court to declare a one-year “repatria- ransom before they’ll pay taxes I still don’t think seven-game
Detroit, an but it was fairly obvious whom he and say: “Your Honors, is there tion holiday,” taxing the foreign on the profits they earned doing World Series are fixed, though.
experience meant: the forces that made sure any chance soon that you’ll profits at 5.25 percent a year. It so? Maybe the umpires, just a little.
from which that in any given situation the rule against a corporation would be great for the economy, As for companies using the OtherWords columnist
he crafted rich got richer and the poor got being sued by an individual the lobbyists argue, increasing money to create jobs here, it Donald Kaul lives in Ann Arbor,
a political, poorer and, more than that, that who’s been cheated, misused, tax revenues and allowing the probably won’t happen. After Michigan. www.otherwords.org
economic, and the scales of justice were short- and left on the beach to die?”
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Better Climates by Marcus Kilburn
It’s that time of year in Arkan- water rafting. The highlight
sas when all the hot and dry in July in Breckenridge is the
jokes are making the rounds. I annual Breckenridge Film Fes-
know you’ve tival. With all this activity in
heard some. the summer, the climate must
Like the guy be good. Breckenridge sits at
who said it’s an altitude of over 11,000 feet.
so hot he saw July is the city’s hottest month,
the Devil in with an average high of 73
Wa l-Ma r t degrees and average low of 39.
buying an air The record high temperature
conditioner. in Breckenridge is 89 degrees.
Or the fellow The average humidity is 30%
who went throughout the year.
fishing the Bellingham, Wash., is situ-
other day ated on Bellingham Bay on the By Moira Murdoch Nine memers of the 1962 strated last week that her hus- On the north part of the White-
and said it was so dry he had to cusp of the Pacific Ocean. It 35 Years Ago graduating class at Atkins High band is not the only good bass sides farm young corm was
pick the ticks off the fish before is bounded by two mountain From the Files of July 28, 1976 School met last week end for a fisherman in the family, by blown and beaten to the ground,
he could clean them. When it’s ranges and the Lummi Penin- The Arkansas Valley Home reunion- and a joyous one it was. landing the six-pounder on Lake and some of the old corn was
this hot, about all we can do sula. It’s said to rain in Belling- Show Association will stage a They, with their spouses, had a Atkins. blown and broken so bad it was
is either laugh about it or stay ham only on days that end in a horse show here Saturday night banquet dinner Saturday night The maintaining of order harvested for forage.
within arm’s reach of an air “y”. The average high tempera- at the Riding Club arena. and a breakfast Sunday morn- and protection of property at In a recent issue, the Hudson
conditioner. ture in July is 74 degrees and Rev. Gilbert Pixley of Fort ing at the Ramada Inn in Rus- the Little league Ball Park is the and Terraplane news, trace
In these hottest of Arkansas the average low 54. A popular Smith will be the evangelist for sellville. responsibilities of the Jaycees, it journal published at Detroit by
days it’s easy to imagine a cooler tourist trip in Puget Sound a a revival next week at Union 50 Years Ago was decided at the regular meet- the Hudson Motor Co., carried
place in the United States, but few miles from Bellingham is to Grove Free Will Baptist Church. From the Files of July 26, 1961 ing of the organization Monday photos of T.J. and Johnny Ehe-
do those thoughts really help? go whale watching. And not just Rev. Pixley has recently resigned A special breakfast meeting night at the Jaycee building. mann, local dealers, together
Probably not, but just for fun I’ll any whales but killer whales. his pastorate to devote fulltime of the Atkins Lions Club was 75 Years Ago with a writeup of their sales-
share with you a little research Families of these ocean preda- to evangelist work. held Monday morning in a effort From the Files of July 24, 1936 manship.
I performed on places with July tors migrate in the area’s cool, Henry Darter and Paul Hall to put new life into the organi- W.C. Hogan, acting secretary 100 Years Ago
climates where the Devil (or clear waters in search of seals were elected co-chairmen of a zation. The session was called of the Atkins Chamber of Com- From the Files of July 28, 1911
anybody else) doesn’t need an and other favorite prey. newly-organized Committee by Henry Darter, who became merce has received a letter from Embry and Pitts have moved
air conditioner and fish don’t If the Farmer’s Almanac to Improve the Atkins Street president of the Lions June 29. Governor J.M. Futrell in which he their meat market to the Reyn-
have ticks to take your mind off says it, it must be true. Accord- Naming System at a meeting Who is the 1961 Pope County extends an invitation to local citi- olds building on Dover Street.
this insufferably heat, at least ing to the Almanac, San Diego, held Monday night at VFW Hut. Farm Family of the year? A zens to join his party on a special They will devote their entire
for a moment. Calif., is one of the top-five best David E. Wright, 42, of committee of Pope Countians train to attend Arkansas Day at time to the meat and meat prod-
Bangor, Maine, is located climates in America. San Diego Atkins died Sunday from inju- knows, as do the state officials of Dallas and the Frontier celebra- uct business.
almost in the center of the state is situated perfectly between ries suffered in a fall at the the program, but no one is tell- tion at Fort Worth of the Texas The new iron bridge across
thirty miles up the Penobscot two dominate air streams that Whirlpool Corporation Plant in ing. That information won’t be Centennial over the week end. Gumlog four miles north of
River. July is Bangor’s hottest keep the temperature steady Fort Smith. released until October, when a A hail and wind storm late Atkins has been placed in posi-
month, with an average high throughout the year. The city The Atkins Mid- State CB recognition banquet will be held Monday afternoon caused con- tion.
of 79 degrees and a low of 58. is located on the coast of the Club will have a potluck Aug. 8, to give “appropriate recogni- siderable crop damage in sev- Edgar Darr has located a For-
Bangor is famous for its timber Pacific Ocean adjacent to the at the Corp of Engineers Park at tion.” eral communities. The heaviest rest City and will engage in the
industry, producing thousands Mexican border. The average the dam in Russellville. Mrs. L.D. Shinn demon- damage was along Isabel Creek. mercantile business.
of board feet of lumber every July high in San Diego is 75
year. It is the state’s third larg-
est city with 31,000 or so resi-
degrees and low 65. The aver-
age high for the year is 70 and Pleasant Grove by Pat LaRue Faith, Family & Friends … with Anita May
dents. Major activities include average yearly low 58. In San Thank the Lord for the good vens and Rebecca Collins, 22nd Hi, everybody, hope you’re all Unknown
outdoor concerts and festivals. Diego no month has an aver- rain we got the other night. We – Danny Wilson of Mablevale, having a great week. I’ve been a “Marriage resembles a pair of
Bangor receives a major influx age temperature higher than didn’t get as much as Dover and 24th – Edra Cossey, 25th – Jan little ill lately and have gotten lots of shears, so joined they cannot be
of “snowbirds” from Florida in 75 or lower than 49. The yearly Russellville, but I was so thankful Meimerstorf, Garrett Freeman articles, etc. given to me. Thought separated, often moving in oppo-
the summer as retirees seek humidity averages a little over for what we did receive. and Jackie Pledger. Happy birth- I’d just share a few this week and site directions, yet always punish-
more hospitable climates and 40%. Danny and Donella Willis, day everyone and God bless. hope they encourage you as much ing anyone who comes between
substantially lower electric Considering the seven-day Bill and Anna LaRue, Pat LaRue, The Bible school at the assem- as they have me. I don’t know what them.” — Author Unknown
bills. forecast has Arkansas’ high Aubrey and Elaine Pri9tchard, bly starts the 25th through 29th we would do without our faith, and “A good time to keep your mouth
Breckenridge, Colo., is one temperature in triple digits, the Jesse and Edra Cossey and Denise from 6 to 9 p.m. Everyone bring the love of family and friends … shut is when you’re in deep water.”
of the nation’s most popular low temperature in the lower Duvall all attended the singing at the little ones. “Resolve to always be tender – Author Unknown
ski resorts in the winter with 70’s, and the humidity high Phoenix Saturday night. It was There will be no Wednesday with the young, compassionate “What to do when things get
people traveling from all parts enough to make you sweat just very good. night service at the assembly. with the aged, sympathetic with blue, when nobody seems to love
of the country to enjoy the thinking about it, more hospi- Danny, Tonya and Gage They will be resurfacing the park- those dealing with conflict, tolerant you, and trouble’s everywhere,
mountain slopes. Summer in table climates are easy to find. Wilson from Mablevale came up ing lot. of the weak and wrong … Some- when skies turn dark before you
Breckenridge finds more tour- Thinking about them might one night last week and brought Keep Ila Huffman in your time during our lives we will all and joy turns to despair, when
ists doing all things out of not help tolerate an Arkansas me a new air conditioner for the prayers. Her house burned Satur- have been one of these!” – Author everything just falls apart and no
doors including hiking, moun- summer that much, but then living room. I sure was proud of day. God bless you and we will be Unknown one seems to care, just look down
tain biking, fishing, and white- again, it might. it. Denise and Terry Duvall came praying for you. “Anyone who thinks old age deep inside your heart, ‘cause God
over and Terry helped them put it Thought for the week — The is golden … must not have had is always there.” Until next time
it. Thanks kids! teacher asked the pupils to tell a very exciting youth.” – Author …
Tobacco’s Hidden Danger We had a large crowd at church the meaning of Loving Kindness,
Country Living • by Paula Allison
Sunday night. Sister Johnson A little boy jumped up and said,
By David Bachman, M.D. with yourself – if you slip you brought the message. Their sing- “Well, If I was hungry and some-
Just a few days ago, or so it As it gets hotter and dryer
Of the many dangers of break that contract and are free ing group was a blessing. So glad one gave me a piece of bread that
seems, we had thousands, upon I am more content to stay in,
tobacco use, most people asso- to smoke. to see everyone out. would be kindness, but if they put a
thousands, of gallons of extra visit, and maintain a low profile
ciate the danger of cigarette If you say “I choose not to Birthdays this week are: 20th little jam on it that would be loving
water. “What happened, we may outside during the hottest part
smoking to lung cancer and smoke” you make no contract and – Lisa Hood, 21st- Violet Cra- kindness.” Psalms 103:1,4,5.
ask. Probably, there is not a com- of the day. I have been blessed
respiratory problems, especially if you slip you have not broken any
Unknown by many, 20% of all
contract and keep on trying.
Find your “trigger points” and
Consumer Alert: Atty. Gen. Dustin McDaniel plete conclusive answer for that
question; however, it is summer,
to be able to walk, early in the
a.m. and usually late in the
and it is Arkansas, plus our sum- af ternoon.
deaths caused by cigarette smok- try to avoid them – coffee breaks, Making the switch from Watts to Lumens mers are hotter now than some There are
ing are caused by heart disease. times of day – make a list of the When shoppers look for light produces about 800 lumens of years ago. A few sprinkles here many birds
This applies to both men and times in a day you most want a bulbs, one of the first things they light. By comparison, a CFL bulb and there, and hopefully, that everywhere,
women. cigarette, then find coping mea- check is the wattage. Starting next produces that same 800 lumens will tide us over until the fall it seems, and
Risk of heart attacks and heart sures. year, though, “lumens” will be the using less than 15 watts. showers begin. I observe
disease increase greatly with the Try short range planning – measure consumers will want to For more information about I am on a field hunt. Well, them pull-
amount smoked and the longer stop for five minutes, when that look for on light-bulb labels. lumens and the new light bulb perhaps a relative hunt would be ing on their
you smoke; this is true for both time is up, prolong your non- “Wattage only tells you how labeling, consumers can visit the a more proper way of putting it. desired din-
men and women. smoking to an hour, a day, week, much energy a bulb uses, but that Federal Trade Commission’s web Considering the fact we all pro- ners, out of
The major cause of coronary month, etc. is not as helpful with all the new site at www.ftc.gov/lightbulbs to gressively get older, I am look- the ground.
heart disease is cigarette smok- Use a money jar – put the dollar energy-conserving bulbs that have view a video and a flyer explaining ing to get in touch with several Apparently, the ground is so
ing. amount you spend on smoking entered the market during the last the new measure and labels. of my relatives and some dear hard, they have quite a strug-
A pack-a-day cigarette smoker each day into a glass jar every decade or so,” said Attorney Gen- Once a shopper knows how friends of a slightly yesteryear. I gle. They do manage to get their
has more than two times the morning. At the end of the month eral Dustin McDaniel. “Lumens bright a bulb he wants, he may have left my home, animals, and ‘catch’, and go merrily on their
risk for a heart attack than a non spend the accumulated amount measure brightness, so it’s a better want to also compare other fac- plants in the care of a proper way. I would hate to think my
smoker. on something for yourself. way to compare how much light tors, like the yearly energy cost caregiver, and am trying to meals depended on my abil-
The combination of birth con- Ask your physician about various light bulbs will provide.” and the bulb’s light appearance, or manage getting around as close ity to ‘catch’ them. Ugh. (Just
trol pills and cigarette smoking using nicotine gum, patches or Beginning in 2012, new light- color temperature. Light appear- to my former, younger self, as I think, dressing out a beef, or
increases woman’s risk for heart lozenges. bulb labels will help shoppers ance ranges from warm to cool. can. chicken, or fish, going to the
attack, peripheral vascular disese There are several fears smok- better understand what they are Warmer light looks more yellow, Now, Ginny, Lily, plus garden for beans, peas, or corn,
and stroke more than two times ers have if they stop smoking: purchasing. McDaniel issued like the light from a traditional remaining kittens are managing each time. Uh, no. Cans are
that of the nonsmoker. • Weight gain is a vexing prob- today’s consumer alert to help con- incandescent bulb, while cooler fine. I have not had the opportu- much better, and the grocer is
Second-hand smoke is a defi- lem for smokers who want to sumers prepare for this transition. light appears more blue. nity to check, to find out if ‘said’ better than that.) Hmm, seems
nite risk factor – especially for become smoke free – they fear Newer bulbs — like halogen To find out the light appearance kittens have been transported even in the country we have our
children. they will gain an excess amount incandescent bulbs, compact fluo- of a light bulb and all of the other to their new home, yet but they lines drawn, for what we are or
The Surgeon General estimates of pounds when they stop smok- rescent bulbs (CFLs) and light- pertinent information, look at the probably will be soon. are not able to do.
at least 50,000 deaths occur each ing. This is not true. First of all, emitting diodes (LEDs) — last Lighting Facts label on the pack-
year from second hand smoke.
There are several mechanisms
not everybody gains weight when
they stop smoking. Also, weight
longer and use less energy than
traditional incandescent bulbs,
age. The Lighting Facts label gives
information consumers need to Let’s Dine–In
how cigarette smoking causes gain usually occurs during the saving consumers money on their compare different bulbs, including: Broccoli and Red Pepper Pie
heart disease: early days of smoking cessation. energy bills. The label may also include the 2 cups chopped broccoli cheese. In medium bowl, stir
• Cells that line the coronary By using nicotine replacement In 2012, according to the Fed- Energy Star logo if the bulb meets ½ cup chopped onions remaining ingredients with whisk
arteries are damaged. products you often negate that eral Trade Commission, light-bulb the energy efficiency and perfor- ½ cup chopped red and yellow or fork until blended. Pour into pie
• Oxygen supply is decreased early weight gain. manufacturers will begin listing mance standards of the Environ- bell pepper plate.
to the heart. • Remember, the brain is 20 lumens on light-bulb packaging to mental Protection Agency and the 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese 3. Bake
• Blood pressure and heart rate minutes behind the stomach – it help customers compare “apples Department of Energy’s Energy ½ cup Bisquick mix uncovered
are increased. takes that time for the brain to to apples” when shopping for light Star program. For more on Energy Salt/pepper to taste 30 to 35
By stopping smoking, there is a realize satiety. Therefore, don’t bulbs. Star standards, visit energystar.gov. 3 eggs minutes
decreased incidence in heart dis- dawdle over your meal, get up and Most often, lumen listings For more information, visit the 1. Heat oven to 400°. Spray 9- until golden
ease, high blood pressure, stroke, get busy – after 20 minutes you will range from “450 lm,” which Federal Trade Commission web site inch pie plate with cooking spray. brown and
throat cancer, lung cancer, ulcers, will no longer be hungry. is equivalent to the brightness at www.ftc.gov/lightbulbs or con- In a sauce pan heat 2 cups water, insert a
gum disease, and many other dis- • Stay away from your friends of a 40-watt standard incandes- tact the Public Protection Depart- add salt, bring to boil. Add broc- toothpick to
eases. who smoke – once you have cent light bulb, to “2600 lm,” the ment of the Attorney General’s coli. Cover. Cook about 3 minutes see if center
In fact, there are scarcely any become a nonsmoker and increase equivalent brightness of a 150- Office at (501) 682-2341, (800) then drain. comes out Brandy Pitts
cells in the body that are not your willpower, go back to them. watt-incandescent bulb. A stan- 482-8982 or www.ArkansasAG. 2. In pie plate, stir together clean. Let
adversely affected by cigarette • Consider a nonsmoking dard 60-watt incandescent bulb gov. broccoli, onion, bell pepper and stand 5 minutes before serving.
smoking. group therapy program. The
There are many hidden bene- adage, “misery loves company”
fits from stopping smoking – food applies to smoking addiction COuRTHOuSE NEWS
tastes like food again, you breathe – people can help people. Marriage Licenses Granted Christopher Ryan Vick, 25, Irrevocable Trust agreement date change to Udit Harper Lybarger
better, cough less, have more • Most important, smoking is Nicholas Ryan Casazza, 21, Russellville, and Sarah Marie Dec. 27, 1988, termination of Portfolio America Asset Man-
energy, have fewer sore throats, a life-long addiction – you must Russellville, and Brooke Helen Green, 28, Russellville trust agement, LLC assignee of Bank
gain increased libido and get rid always keep up your guard. Humphreys, 18, Russellville Joseph Scott Vitols, 24, Dover, Jackie Adams v. St. Mary’s of America, N.A., v. Alan Odle,
of stained teeth and tobacco hali- • Look for a follow-up program Dennis B. Decker II, 24, Rus- and Elizabeth E. McCreary, 23, Regional Medical Center; St. alleged debt
tosis. – cigarette smokers fail to realize sellville, and Jennifer Sue Jones, London (7-14) Mary’s Regional medical Center Asset Acceptance, LLC v. Larry
You will even smell things this and often relapse. Attending 21, Russellville Circuit Court Cases Filed Inc.; John Doe insurance com- J. Brown and Sherry G. Brown,
better, smell better to your friends a follow-up program will be most Jimmie Lester Harrad, 59, (Domestic) pany, insurer of St. Mary’s alleged debt
and save a lot more money. beneficial. Alexander, and Beverly Faye Ari Nahmad v. Suzanne Eliza- Regional Medical Center or St. Elizabeth Ann Neal, indi-
There are many ways to • Relapse is a very real thing Holdham, 56, Rudy beth Nahmad, divorce Mary’s Regional Medical Center, vidually and as administratrix
become a nonsmoker – no one – a follow-up program has been Jamie Peter Keeling, 24, Melanie Laureen Tubbs v. Inc.; and Jane Doe medical care and personal representative of
way fits everyone. most beneficial for alcoholics. Llanymynech and Lori L. White, Johnny Lee Tubbs Jr., divorce providers 1-4, malpractice the estate of Brit Ashby Neal,
The first thing is to pick a date Becoming and remaining a 34, Russellville Ashley Lackey v. Brad Lackey, Tax Centers of America, Inc. v. deceased, v. Friendship Com-
when you want to stop and stick nonsmoker is a difficult but not Shane M. Lenhardt, 26, Rus- divorce Essie Christensen, alleged debt munity Care, Inc., Philadelphia
to it. impossible task. sellville, and Ashley N. McNair, Christy Janelle Alston v. Ray River Town Bank v. Roger L. Indemnity Insurance Co., and
Pick a time when your stress • If you slip, analyze the reason 26, Russellville L. Alston, divorce Olson, alleged debt John Doe insurance companies
level is low. or reasons why you slipped, then Ronald Wesley Phillips, 23, Jessica M. Phillips v. Patrick J. Stone Street Capital, LLC v. 1-3, negligence
Write down the reasons why try again after you have figured Russellville, Elizabeth Renee Far- McDonough, support (381) Elizabeth Means, Allstate Settle- Shadow Lake, a limited part-
you smoke and reasons why you the reasons why you slipped, and thing, 21, Russellville Circuit Court Cases Filed (Civil) ment Corp. and Allstate Life nership d/b/a Shadow Lakes
want to stop. install coping measures. Troy Justin Renfroe, 27, U. S. Trust, a division of Bank Insurance Co., structured settle- Apartments v. Tanessa Pena and
Never say “quit.” When you With the above suggestions, Broomfield, Colo., and Judy Marie of America, N.A., trust, In Re: The ment transfer Daniel Radcliff, unlawful detainer
say “quit” you make a contract that goal may be reached. Dillon, 29, Superioer, Colo. Bervel B. Boen and Ann M. Boen Judith Harper Lybarger, name (297)
4• The ATkins ChroniCle • WeDnesDAY, JulY 20, 2011
Revivial at Hector Church of Christ
CHURCHCOMMUNITY Pine Ridge hosts Bible school, singing
Randy Gray, evange- Oak Street and the can be found Class of ‘91 planning reunion The Pine Ridge Free Will and go through Thursday, July
list for the Hector Church on the web at www.gbntv.org Baptist Church will have its 28, and will begin each evening
of Christ invites you to The Atkins High School Barre Shannon, Wesley Tack- monthly singing Saturday, July at 6 p.m. with a light supper
The Churches of Christ salute
come hear special gospel lessons Class of 1991 is seeking con- ett, Doug Duvall, Tommy 23, at 6 p.m. served at 5 p.m. Sessions will
you. Romans 16:16.
with these speakers and dates: tact information for a class Moore and Jennifer Bratton Pastor Hank Duvall invites last until about 8:30 p.m.
For a free viewing of
Sundays at 2 p.m. in the reunion. have been working on the all to attend. Refreshments The theme is Big Jungle
the Visualized Bible Study
afternoon. The reunion is planned for plans for the reunion. will be served after the sing- Adventure (A Faith Journey
Series in your home or ours
July 24 - Isaac Talkington homecoming in September, Please contact the e-mail ing. with Jesus).
at your time of convenience,
July 31 - Bill Roderick 2011. Please send your contact address for further informa- Vacation Bible School will The church is located at
please call 479-264-9938,
Aug. 7 - David Talkington information to bshannon@ tion and if you would like to begin Sunday evening, July 24 3526 Pine Ridge Road, Atkins.
centurylink.net. help in the planning of the
Aug. 14 - Mike Lee
Aug. 21 - Jerry Turner
Just let us know if you have
prayer requests or Bible ques- A committee consisting of reunion. VBS planned at Hector Assembly
The church is located at 366 tions. Join us at Hector First Assem- having as much fun as humanly
VBS at Pottsville Assembly of God Singing at Atkins and theirAssembly
bly where will we go “Backstage possible.
with the Bible” each evening Classes are from ages 3
There will be puppets, songs The Atkins First Assembly from 6:30-8:30 p.m. July 25-29. through kids entering 6th grade.
The Pottsville Assembly of
and lots of prizes. of God, located at 208 Avenue 8 Parker, Mariah, and Lauren. Your kids will have a great A prize will be given each night
God Church will have a vacation
There will be a youth revival NE, will host their Fifth Sunday Express Praise sings a mix- time learning the books of the for kids who bring their Bibles,
Bible school July 25-28, from
services for the youth and also Singing Sunday, July 31st, begin- ture of Southern Gospel and Bible, the Ten Commandments, and a weeklong offering contest
6:30 – 8 p.m. The theme is “Fun
preschool classes. For a ride call ning at 6 p.m. contemporary praise and wor- and how to be saved by grace will be held.
in the Son” with children’s evan-
479-967-2715. Express Praise, a family of ship songs. through faith...and that’s all just A kickoff pre-registration
gelist, Judy Moore.
gospel singers and musicians Pastor Brian Ryals, and the in the first few minutes of sing- event will be held Saturday, July
Singing at Oak Grove FWB from Greenbrier, will minister in
song. The members of the group
congregation of Atkins First
Assembly, invite the community
ing each day!
Our goal with this Vacation
23, from 10 a.m. – noon at the
church. This is a come-and-go
The Oak Grove Free Will Joyce ‘Matchett’ Simmons, and are Mark and Penney Douglas, to come for a blessing. Bible School is to clearly present event. There will be inflatables,
Baptist Church will have a sing- Mary Beth ‘Matchett’ McCoy
Hector Alumni Banquet Aug. 5 the gospel of Jesus Christ while food, and fun.
VBS at Oak Grove FWB Church
ing on July 30, at 6 p.m. along with their families, and
It will feature the Ori- Common Ground. The Hector Alumni Banquet teachers, former classmates, and
gional Matchett Family con- A special invitation is sent to will be Aug. 5, at the Hector School spouses of our deceased class- Join us in Hometown Naza- called God Sightings. Hometown
sisting of Frank Matchett, all. They will also serve cake and Cafeteria in Hector at 6 p.m. mates to the alumni banquet. reth, where we’ll explore what life Nazareth will run from Sunday,
Janice ‘Matchett’ Hudson, refreshments following service. The Class of 1961 will host the James Helton will serve as the was like when Jesus was a kid. July 24 to Friday, July 29. The
banquet in conjunction with our master of ceremony. We will visit the marketplace, celebration begins at 6 p.m. each
2011 Petit Jean Valley pageant set 50th-year anniversary. The class
of 1961 would like to invite former
If you have any questions call
laugh as we play games, visit
with Jesus’ mom, Mary, and have
night and ends approximately at
The 2011 Little Miss Petit Jean Entry forms are available a great time during celebration/ For more information or if
Valley pageants are planned for
Aug. 13, at the H.B. White Audi-
at Ann & Mikes or by contact
Amanda at 479-970-5801 or Hector Class of 1965 to hold reunion music time. Plus, everyone learns
to look for evidence of God all
you need a ride, please call Feller
Chambers at 264-2579 or Hollie
torium at the Morrilton High Brenda at 501-339-7249 or by The 1965 Hector Class vided. Everyone is asked to bring around them through something Brown at 641-5250.
School beginning at 11 a.m. emailing msamandapageants@ Reunion will be Saturday, Aug. a potluck dish.
This pageant is open to all
girls who are residents of Arkan-
This pageant is sponsored by
6, at the Hector School cafeteria
beginning at 6 p.m.
Please respond to Linda
Patton 479-331-3062 or Anita Donations needed
sas. Age divisions are 0-12 the Miss Petit Jean Valley and Meat and drinks will be pro- Goodall 205-979-9446. Donations can be made to an account at Liberty Bank (#911-
Miss Petit Jean Valleys Out-
Scholarship Fund announces
months, 13-23 months, 2-3, 4-6, 0127) to aid in the medical expenses of Tisha Fields.
7-9, and 10-12 years old. standing Teen scholarship pag-
Deadline for entries is Aug. 5. eants.
14th Annual Catfish Fund-raiser
Economy & Hopewell • Margaret Wright The Pope and Yell County
Single Parent Scholarship Fund
tor Justin Keller at 479-313-3151.
All proceeds of the event will
If you’re selling your own property
then talk to us. We’ll take you through it step by step.
My cousin Catherine “Kack“ with us. is pleased to announce their 14th benefit the Pope and Yell County
Cains called Wednesday and Tammy Komla, Loretta Annual Shrimp and Catfish Fest.
The event will be held on
Single Parent Scholarship Fund,
a River Valley United Way part-
Vance Title Company
said that our friend at church, Tyson’s daughter, called this
Johnny Ralph Pew, would have week. We are thrilled that Friday, July 22, at the First ner organization. 204 West Main • Russellville, AR 72801 • 968-5404
heart surgery Thursday morn- Tammy has moved to Atkins United Methodist Church of
ing. Thursday afternoon Inez (from California) and it is really Russellville at 301 S. Commerce
Young called and told me that nice to have her here. Tammy from 5-7:30 p.m.
Johnny Ralph’s surgery was called from James and Loretta’s Ticket prices are $20 for
over and his outlook was good, house, so I went over to see her. adults and children 13 and up Allen ChAPel AMe GolD hill BAPTisT ChurCh Free holiness
James Boren, Pastor Phone 641-2777 • sunday
thankfully. Johnny Ralph and James always raises a garden, so and $10 for children 7–12. Chil- Pastor, rev. Byron Miller • 2nd & 4th sundays rev. leon Bobo, Pastor 1st & 3rd sundays
sunday school 10 a.m. • Worship 11 a.m. school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • satur-
his wife, Ann, are very impor- I was provided with some very dren 6 and under get in free with sunday school 10 a.m.• Worship 11 a.m. day evening 6:30 • sunday evening 5:30 p.m.
BeThAnY MissionArY BAPTisT ChurCh
tant to us. nice vegetables. The next day my a paid adult. In addition to the Pine riDGe FreeWill BAPTisT ChurCh
Morris Cloud, interim Pastor • sunday school ATkins ChurCh oF AssuMPTion
hank Duvall, Pastor • Phone: 641-7721 rev. ernest hardesty, Pastor • sunday Morning
Our weather has been in the grandson Chris went over, and great food there will also be a sunday Morning 10 a.m.• sunday night 5:30
10 a.m. • Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening
Worship 5 p.m. Mass 8:30 a.m. • holy Days Vigil (evening) 6 p.m.
news lately, first because of the he also came back with a lot of silent auction and door prizes. p.m. • Wednesday 7 p.m. • holy Days 8 a.m. • Wednesday (evening) • 5:30
p.m. • Tues., Wed.8 a.m.
ATkins FirsT FreeWill BAPTisT
intense heat and then because great produce from the garden. The all-you-can-eat event hoPeWell BAPTisT ChurCh (sBC) Pastor, Johnny McCoy 890-5328 • sunday school ATkins ChurCh oF ChrisT
of the thunderstorms that came I’ve been “cooking up a storm” is the main fund-raiser for the rev. Charlie Bird, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m.
• sunday Worship11 a.m. • Bible study sunday 6
10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • CTs 6 p.m.
• Wednesday 7 p.m.
neal Chism, Minister • Bible Classes 9:45 a.m. •
through Wednesday night and and we have really been enjoy- scholarship fund, which has p.m.
Worship service 10:45 a.m. • evening Worship 5
p.m. • Wed. night service 7 p.m. • Tues.ladies
ATkins ChrisTiAn CenTer
Thursday morning. They pro- ing these delicious veggies. given over 550 scholarships ADorATion ChurCh (east end of Crow Moun- 205 Ave. one ne robert norman, sr., Pastor
Bible Class 11 a.m.
duced a lot of rain for our area, Chris has taken a job with worth over $350,000 to single tain) • Charley Casto, Pastor • sunday Morning 10
a.m. • sunday evining 6 p.m.
sunday morning 10 a.m. • Children's Church
10:30 a.m. • sunday evening 6 p.m.
PoTTsVille ChurCh oF ChrisT
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. • evening Worship
as well as for Russellville. We Friendship House in Atkins and parents going to college in the hAPPY VAlleY AsseMBlY oF GoD
6:30 p.m. • Wednesday night 7:30 p.m.
Bells ChAPel FreeWill BAPTisT
needed the rain, temporary will start work soon. He is look- 19 years of its existence. This rev. henry Bateman, Pastor • sunday Morning elvis Clark, Pastor • sunday school 9:45 a.m. heCTor ChurCh oF ChrisT
though it was, and it provided a ing forward to it. He also would spring the scholarship fund Prayer 9:30 a.m. • sunday school 10 a.m. • Wor-
ship service 11 a.m. • Monday evening Prayer 7
• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • sunday evening
Worship 4 p.m.
randy Gray, minister • 967-1562 • 366 oak st. •
Worship sundays 2 and 7:30 p.m.• Bible study
respite from the heat for a time. like to take some classes at Tech gave 34 scholarships totaling p.m. • sun. evening Worship 6 p.m. • Wednesday
Family night7 p.m.
Tues and Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
DoVer FreeWill BAPTisT
Now, of course, the heat is back in Russellville this fall. I am $23,800 of assistance. herbert Tilley, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m. Bells ChAPel ChurCh oF ChrisT
ATkins AsseMBlY oF GoD
For tickets to the event or event- Pastor Brian ryals • sunday school 9:45 a.m. •
• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening service 6
p.m.• Wednesday service 7 p.m.
robert hearne, Minister • sunday school 10 a.m.
• Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening Worship
sponsorship information, please Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening Worship 6
p.m. • Wednesday service 7 p.m. radio services
6 p.m. • Wed. night service 7 p.m.
heCTor FreeWill BAPTisT
contact fund treasurer Lisa Cochran saturday mornings at 11:30 a.m. AM1490
Classifieds are free to subscribers.
kevin haralson, Pastor 967-4152 • sunday school sT. John's luTherAn—russellVille
at 479-857-7037 or executive direc- Bells ChAPel AsseMBlY oF GoD 10 a.m. • Worship service 1 a.m. • sunday •
evening 6 p.m. • Wednesday evening 7 p.m.
Darrell kobs, Pastor • sunday school 9 a.m. •
sunday Worship 10:15 a.m.
Chad Duvall, Pastor • sunday school 9.45 a.m. •
Call 641-7161 * Excludes business & Real Estate really proud of Chris. He has
been a tremendous help to Jeff
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening service 6
p.m.• Wednesday service7 p.m.
BlACkWell Full GosPel AsseMBlY
kenWooD FreeWill BAPTisT
Pastor Carrell hanna, Jr. • sunday school 10 a.m.
• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • sunday evening
ATkins uniTeD MeThoDisT
Danyelle Ditmer, Pastor • sunday school 9:45
a.m. • Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.
and me since Jeff suffered his sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. 6 p.m. • Wednesday evening 6 p.m.
PoTTsVille uniTeD MeThoDisT
• evening Woship 6 p.m. • Wednesday night
fall and broke his ankle. 7:30 p.m. MAPle sPrinGs Free Will BAPTisT Millie Bryant, Pastor • Morning Worship 11 a.m. •
David Downum, Pastor 970-9041
Many of you have asked me CeDAr GroVe AsseMBlY oF GoD • sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11
Church school 9:45 a.m. • Choir Practice 4 p.m.
• Bible study 5 p.m.
about how Jeff is doing, and we rev. Bob Judkins 1024 rock hollow rd., hector
sunday school 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship 11
a.m. • sunday service 6 p.m.
Bells ChAPel uniTeD MeThoDisT
thank you for your concern. He a.m. • evening Worship 6 p.m. • Wednesday hArMonY FreeWill BAPTisT ChurCh Danyelle Ditmer, Pastor • sunday school 10:30
sunday school 10 a.m. • Worship 11 a.m. •
is still wearing a “boot” all the night 6 p.m.
evening 6 p.m.
a.m. • Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.
time and still is not able to walk, MACeDoniA AsseMBlY oF GoD
sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 Pine hill CoMMuniTY ChurCh
hillCresT PenTeCosTAl Ch. oF GoD
rev. Bob and Pat Branch, Pastors 284-4540 •
but he is feeling better. Later
In Loving Memory
a.m. • Young People 7 p.m. • evening Worship robert heflin, Pastor sunday school 10 a.m. • sunday Worship 11 a.m.
7:30 p.m. • Wednesday night 7 p.m. sunday school 10 a.m. • sunday Worship 11
this week I am to take him to a.m., 6 p.m. • Wednesday 7 p.m.
• sunday evening 6 p.m. • Monday Prayer Meet-
ing 7 p.m. • Wednesday 7 p.m.
of Johnie and Zoa Martin the neurologist in Conway and
the orthopedic specialist in Rus-
MorelAnD AsseMBlY oF GoD
Mike Chisum, Pastor • sunday school
a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m.
9:45 MorelAnD uniTeD MeThoDisT ChurCh
James shinn, Pastor • sunday Worship 9:45 a.m.
APPleTon CuMBerlAnD PresBYTeriAn
richard Falbo, Pastor 331-3187 • sunday school
July 23, 1912 - Oct. 7, 1999 Aug. 25, 1916 - July 23, 2009 evening service 6 p.m. • Wednesday night 7 p.m.
sellville. We are grateful for the oAk GroVe FreeWill BAPTisT
10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • Bible study
5 p.m. • Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30 p.m.
CornersTone AsseMBlY oF GoD
We little knew that morning that God good care his is receiving. ervin Petty, Pastor 641-2229 •
Mark simmons, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m. •
Worship 11 a.m. • Children's Church 11:30 a.m. • All sAinTs ePisCoPAl
Was going to call your name. Sunday I stayed home with sunday school 10 a.m. • Worship 11 a.m. •
wm's,men's, ministry, yth 5 p.m. • Worship 6 p.m. •
sunday evening 6 p.m. • Wednesday night7 p.m. Fr. Jose Tharakan, rector, 501 s. Phoenix, rus-
In life we loved you dearly, Jeff while Chris went to church. Wednesday worship 7 p.m. PoTTsVille Free Will BAPTisT ChurCh
sellville, sunday Worship at 8 & 10:30; sunday
school 9:30; Youth at 5:30
Chris took our friend Tammy PoTTsVille AsseMBlY oF GoD sunday Morning 10 a.m. • sunday evening 5 p.m.
In death we do the same. ATkins MeMoriAl PresBYTeriAn
Komla to church with him. rev. sam Austin, Pastor • sunday school 9:30
a.m.• Worship service 10:35 a.m. MT. Vernon FreeWill BAPTisT north Church street (Downtown) • Gail Murdoch,
It broke our hearts to lose you; Tammy and Chris are really sunday night 6 p.m. • Wednesday worship 7 p.m. Bro. Jamie Burris, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m. Clerk of session • sunday school 10 a.m. • Morn-
• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening Worship 5 ing Worship 11 a.m.
You did not go alone: good friends and that is very rehoBoTh AsseMBlY oF GoD p.m. • Wedn. Bible & J.Team 6:45 p.m.
For part of us went with you, nice. Tammy is a sweet girl, and rev. Phillip C. Collie ii, Pastor • sunday school
sT. Joe FreeWill BAPTisT
MArs hill CuMBerlAnD PresBYTeriAn
rev. Bill Moody, Pastor 968-7722 • sunday
10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m • evening
The day God called you home. we are really glad she is here. service 5 p.m. • Wednesday night study 7 p.m. rev. Jim Mcnutt, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m.
• Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening service
school 10 a.m. • Worship service 11 a.m.
You left us peaceful memories, Our Economy EH Club will souTh neW hoPe AsseMBlY oF GoD 5:30 p.m. • evening Worship 6 p.m. PoTTsVille PresBYTeriAn
rev. howard Wheeler, Pastor • Church school
Your love is still our guide. meet this Friday, July 22, at norman Chenowith, Pastor • sunday school 9:45
a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening service FAiTh hArVesT FelloWshiP 9:45 a.m.• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • Youth
And though we cannot see you, Hopewell church at 1:30 p.m. 6 p.m. • Wednesday service 7 p.m. revs. Brad and Cindy short • sunday service
10:30 a.m. • Children's Church 10:30 a.m. •
Fellowship 6 p.m.
We rescheduled the meeting WelCoMe hill AsseMBlY oF GoD sunday evening 6 p.m. • sunday Youth service 6 PAlMeTTo ChurCh
You are always at our side. p.m. • Wednesday service 7:30 p.m. Jackie Townsell, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m.
from last Friday to this week. Pastor,steven schlinker • sunday school 9:45
a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening Wor- • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening Worship
Our family chain is broken, My granddaughter Megan, ship 6 p.m. • Wednesday-Young People 7 p.m. sWeeT hoMe FreeWill BAPTisT
rev. Jimmy Chronister, Pastor • sunday Morning
And nothing seems the same; Chris’ younger sister, had a ATkins FirsT BAPTisT
scott Tyler, pastor • sunday school 9:45 a.m.
10 a.m. • sunday night 6 p.m. • Friday night
singing 7 p.m.
uniTeD PenTeCosTAl ChurCh oF ATkins
Bro. Wayne long, Pastor • 502 n.e. 4th street •
But as God calls us one by one, birthday this week, so we mailed • Morning Worship 10:50 a.m. • Training union sunday services • 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m. • Wednes-
5 p.m. • sunday evening 6 p.m. • Wednesday
The chain will link again. her a birthday card. Megan evening 7 p.m.
MounTAin VieW FreeWill BAPTisT
larry hartwick, sr., Pastor Phone: 331-1015 •
day service 7 p.m.
lives in Tulsa. I have a friend in sunday Morning 10 a.m. • sunday evening 5:30 PilGriM resT MissionArY BAPT. ChurCh #2
— The Martin Family
PoTTsVille FirsT BAPTisT
p.m. • Tuesday night 7 p.m. happy Bend Community • rev. Paul erby, Pastor
Stillwater, Okla., who also had rev. Jim huffman, Pastor 968-6233 • sunday
school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • Train- • sunday school 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship 11
a.m. • Wednesday Prayer Meet. 7 p.m.
a birthday this week, so I sent ing union 6 p.m. • Worship 7 p.m. • Wed.Prayer
Meeting 7 p.m.
union GroVe FreeWill BAPTisT
David Bishop, Pastor • sunday school 9:45 a.m. •
her a card. Maxine, who went to heCTor FirsT BAPTisT ChurCh
Morning Worship 11 a.m. • CTs 5:30
p.m. • evening service 6 p.m. • Wednesday night
2188 Griffin Flat rd., Atkins Jeff Weir, Pastor •
college with me, has remained ira Taylor, Pastor Phone 284-3701 • sunday service 7 p.m. sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning service 11 a.m.
a dear friend, and I think of her You can still
school 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. •
Choir Practice 5 p.m. • evening service 6 p.m. WelCoMe hoMe FreeWill BAPTisT
• sunday evening 6 p.m. • Wednesday 7 p.m.
often and pray for her. • Wednesday night 7 p.m. Jonathan Mcentire, Pastor • sunday school 9:45
a.m. • Worship service 10:30 a.m. • evening
eVAns MounTAin Full GosPel ChurCh
sunday school 10 a.m. • sunday evening 5:30
neWTon sPrinGs Full GosPel ChurCh Worship 6 p.m p.m. • Wednesday evening 7 p.m.
8686 sr 27, P.o. Box 86, hector • rev. Fred
Womack, pastor • sunday Morning 10 a.m. • sun- PoinT reMoVe PriMiTiVe BAPTisT heCTor ChurCh oF ChrisT
day evening 6 p.m. • Wednesday evening 7 p.m. J. h. stumbaugh, Pastor 968-7155 • 510 north Minister, randy Gray, 366 oak st.,
services sunday 2 & 7:30
knoxville, russellville • sunday service 10:30 a.m.
Effective June 1, 2009, The Medicine Shoppe will be changing its Bible study Tuedays & Thursdays 7:30 p.m.
201 E. Main
name to ATKINS FAMILY PHARMACY. Nothing will be changing at the
store – same people, same phone number (of course we may answer
Support these businesses that support the churches!
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This change will enable us to do some things in the future that we
PHARMACY were not able to do while we were part of The Medicine Shoppe
DuVall & ForD, PllC
system. CRUSHED STONE
Pharmacist Rob, Rosanna, Crystal, Genevieve and Lorie would like to take this
Joe DuVall, CPA Duffield Gravel Co.
opportunity to thank you for your loyalty and the chance that you
serve you over the past 24 plus years.
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Folks you know... Phoenix •
I used to write the news for
visit me. I really enjoyed getting
Please call Nell Warren at 641-7508 if you have news. the Phoenix Community, and I to see them. My other sisters,
Visiting Floyd Fryer from ville, Nell Warren, Heartsill and have always enjoyed writing the Alene and Wilma, came to visit
Bentonville Sunday afternoon Virginia Burnett, Pat and DeLois news and reading The Atkins me too. My brother, Jim, is not
was his son, Fred Fryer and Burnett, Paul Lee Burnett and Chronicle. doing so well.
Fred’s daughter, Anna Kay, 6. John Burnett of Atkins. We had decoration at the I was proud of the good rain
Anna Kay brought her friend, Dr. Bob Morrow and Lorene Phoenix Church. My niece we got, we needed it so badly. I
Butterscotch, a guinea pig. Byrum had breakfast at Cracker helped me with the program, surely hope we get some more.
Attending the Burnett Barrel in Russellville Wednes- and I enjoyed seeing every- My sister and my niece have
reunion Saturday were David day. one so much. We had such a been bringing me cucumbers
Swearingen of Martinville, Charles and Joann Baker nice program and a real good from their gardens. I have really
Va., Clarene Swearingen, Mary and Chelsea Miller went to Fort dinner. The cemetery looked liked that.
Jane McDonald, Chad and Beth Smith last week for Chelsea to really nice. I am glad I felt like writing
Toland, Matthew, Gracen and see her dentist. My sister, Reba, and her the news this week. I miss writ-
Lauren, Ronney and Pam Lam- Dub and Gladys McCracken’s family from Oklahoma came to ing it when I am not able.
Blood Drive dates and times
bert, Bruce and Sharon Burnett, visitors Friday were Ronnie and
Sarah, Brendan and Emily, of Glenda Watkins, Darral and
Attends conference — As Chairman of the Public Health Sub- Little Rock; Preston and Ann Joann Harris and Walter and Russellville Center, 1003 W. Cross between July 1 and Sept.
committee on Environment and Labor, Representative Andrea Lea of Maumelle; Denise and David Marie Wooten. They helped Main, Russellville, 1-800-GIVE- 5 is automatically entered into
attended Heartland Institutes’ 6th annual International Conference Smith, Emma and John David Gladys celebrate her birthday. LIFE, 479-890-2755. a drawing for a $250 gas card.
on Climate Change. The focus was on restoring the scientific method. of North Little Rock, Tom and Lorene Byrum attended Monday and Tuesday and On Labor Day weekend, anyone
The videos from the conference can be seen at the Heartland Insti- Patti Posey, Emily and Sarah of church Sunday morning at Mor- Thursday 11 a.m.–6 p.m., presenting to donate Friday
tutes’ website. Lea is pictured here with Professor Robert Carter, Russellville; Robert and Karen rilton Nazarene Church. Sunday Wednesday, Closed, Friday, Sat- through Monday is automati-
research professor at James Cook University, Queensland Australia. Smith and Caleb of Clarksville, evening Lorene attended church urday and Sunday 8 a.m.–3 p.m. cally entered into a drawing for
Jamie and Erin Smith and Kellen at Atkins First Freewill Baptist The American Red Cross issued a $1,000 gas card.
Emison graduates from U of A and Britton Burnett of Fayette- Church. an appeal for blood donors of
all types due to a critical blood
Plus, anyone who presents to
donate blood Wednesday, May
Jessica Foshee Emison
graduated from the University Birth Announcements shortage across the country.
Saint Mary’s Regional Medi-
25, through Wednesday, Sept.
14, is automatically entered into
of Arkansas for Medical Sci-
ence with a Doctor of Medicine Wharton cal Center is hosting a blood
drive on Friday, July 29, to help
the Red Cross Racing “Summer
Drive Sweepstakes” to win a
degree on May 21, 2011. She will Tasha Wharton announces The baby weighed 6 lb., 14
the birth of a son, Ryan Odell replenish supplies. 2012 red candy metallic Ford
do her internship at Arkansas oz., and was 20 ½ inches long.
Wharton on July 12, at Saint The community is invited Fiesta SE, courtesy of Ford
Children’s Hospital beginning Grandparents are Glenna
Mary’s Regions Medical to give blood at Saint Mary’s Motor Company. One winner is
in July. Stone of Atkins and Doye Whar-
Center. blood drive on Friday, July 29th selected by random drawing on
Jessica published these ton of Greenbrier.
in Cafes 2 & 3 of the hospital. Sept. 19. For more information,
remarks in the graduation pro- Jackson Every donor who gives blood or to schedule your summer
gram: “I would like to thank during the hospital drive will blood donation appointment,
God for His many blessings. Alexis Rasha and Cody
Randall Jackson of London, receive a logo’d insulated shop- visit redcrossracing.com or call
Thank you to my husband, par- ping bag compliments of Saint 1-800-RED CROSS.
ents, and family for their sup- announce the birth of a son,
Gunner Maximus Jackson, Mary’s. For more information Blood is a perishable resource
port throughout my education call 479-968-2841. and must be replenished through
and for their amazing love, con- on July 16, 2011, at 11:10 a.m.
at Johnson Regional Medical As an extra incentive this regular blood donation. Every
fidence, and encouragement. summer, anyone who presents two seconds, someone in Amer-
Thanks for putting up with Center in Clarksville.
The baby weighed 6 pounds, 8 to donate blood with the Red ica needs blood.
me! Additionally, thanks to my
Jessica Foshee Emison ounces and was 21 inches long.
friends and fellow classmates
for their empathetic ears when daughter of Paul and Carolin Maternal grandparents are UACCM’s Starlight Cinema
I needed to vent. Thanks to the Foshee of Blackwell and Eddie Leia Rasha of London, and Floyd University of Arkansas Com- cessions will be provided at no
remarkable physicians who con- and Cheryl Tyler of Greers Ferry Rasha of London. munity College at Morrilton charge. Bring your lawn chairs
tinue to push me and teach me and the great-granddaughter of Paternal grandparents are is pleased to present another or picnic blankets for seating
the art of medicine.” Bertha Evans of Conway. She Beverly Yourk of London, and movie night under the stars. and enjoy a fun, free night out!
Jessica is the daughter of has one brother, Nathan Foshee. Randy Jackson of Atkins. On Thursday, July 21, a free The movie is rated PG-13 for
Randy and Tammy Foshee of She lives with her husband, Maternal great-grandparents outdoor screening of the newest intense action scenes, violence,
are Phyllis Mathews of Spiro, Gunner Maximus Jackson
Little Rock. She is the grand- Daniel Emison, in Little Rock. addition to the The Fast and the and profanity. Children under
Okla., and Terry Wiggs of Spiro, Paternal great-grandparent Furious franchise, Fast Five will the age of 13 should be accompa-
Card of Thanks
Okla. is Harlen Ledford of Hector. be shown in downtown Morril- nied by an adult.
ton. For more information on
We would like to thank everyone who has called, sent cards Crow Mt. EH holds July meeting UACCM is happy to have
teamed up with Morrilton Parks
Starlight Cinema, contact David
Plummer at plummer@uaccm.
and said a prayer for us in the last few months during Jim’s ill-
ness. It has been overwhelming at the outpouring of love and The Crow Mountain Exten- making sure that you’re in con- and Recreation and the City of edu or by phone at (501) 977-
generosity from our friends and family. Words seem so small but sion Homemakers Club met trol of your mouth at all times Morrilton to host this special 2142.
we truly are grateful for such a loving community. Tuesday, July 12 for its regular mean what you say and say what Starlight Cinema in downtown
God bless you all, meeting at the home of Lillie you mean.” Jane Moody gave Morrilton at the Broadway
Brother Jimmy Lee and Sister Mary Ann Chronister, Johnson with eight members the devotional. Pocket Park, which is located
Keith and Vicky Chronister and family and one guest, Breanna Cady. Roll call was answered with across from the Morrilton
Pat Norris, vice-president, wel- naming what healthy food prac- Depot.
comed members and opened the tices you do. The minutes and The movie night is scheduled
meeting. The Thought for the treasurer’s report were given by to begin shortly after 9 p.m. or RUSSELLVILLE
Month was “Be on guard about Modean Bowman. as soon as the sky is dark. Con-
New 2011-2012 yearbooks
were passed out and program
leaders for the upcoming year
Dr. Amy were filled in by each member.
A business meeting was held
starting with Modean Bowman
telling about the County
Cahill, M.D. Summer Council Picnic held on
June 14. She was honored with
“Homemaker of the Year” and we
are all very proud of her. Gwen
Gynecology Morgan, Linda Bridges and Bre-
anna Cady attended the Veg-
etable Field Day at the Vegetable
Research Station near Alma on
June 30. Ideas were turned in
Now accepting for the Fall Tour.
Bridges gave the program
“Update of the Dietary Guide-
new patients lines” then passed around a bro-
chure on how to build a healthy
Dr. Amy Cahill at the plate. You should start with
making half your plate fruits
and vegetables and the other
Thomas H. Hickey Specialty Clinic half grains and protein. Make
at least half your grains whole
grains. Switch to skim or 1%
located on the campus of milk and cut back on foods high
in solid fats, added sugars, and
St. Vincent - Morrilton. salt. Be sure to get plenty of
The Eye Opener was “When
For appointments please call making smoothies use frozen
fruit bars instead of ice cubes.”
(870) 534-3608. The next meeting will be the
club’s family picnic at the home of
Diane Parrott, Tuesday, Aug. 8.
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Lindsey Wilson Owner/Cosmetologist &Shea Ellis Cosmetologist At the big store you pay $4/30 tablets =
Katie Duvall Cosmetologist
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WELCOME Atkins Family Pharmacy gives you many
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6• THE ATKINS CHRONICLE • WEDNESDAY, JuLY 20, 2011
STAR Employability Academy
The Career Pathways office at
the University of Arkansas Com-
primarily for parents who do not
yet meet the requirements for
munity College in Morrilton is
seeking individuals participants
admission to UACCM. Childcare
assistance and fuel cards are avail- Back-to-School dates
for our next STAR Employability able for qualified participants. Aug. 2
Academy, beginning Sept. 6. Through in-class presenta- Pottsville High School registration (10th-12th Grades)
STAR Employability Academy tions, students have the opportu- Time: 9 a.m. - noon
is designed to help low-income nity to meet faculty and staff from Locker Fee $3
parents prepare for the demands UACCM, as well as community and Parking Fee $5
of earning a two-year, technical education leaders. Topics covered Activity Fee $20
degree. The program provides stu- will include time management, Aug. 3
dents with career assessment and organization, personal finance, PHS New Student Registration/Orientation
academic development. financial aid, academic prepara- Time: 9 a.m. - noon.
Our 2010-2011 program gradu- tion, and employability skills. Place: High School Office
ated eight students from the region, Students will be given the oppor- Will need to bring shot record, birth certificate and tran-
each of whom has developed abili- tunity to complete applications for script. Parent/Guardian is required to be present for new
ties in presentation, computer skills, UACCM admissions and financial student registration.
The Atkins All-Star team was made up of Ethan Adame, Jakob mathematics, reading comprehen- aid during STAR. Aug. 4
Riffel, Hayden Duvall, Caden McDaniel, J.J. Cunningham, Nate sion, and English composition, as Contact the Career Pathways Pottsville High School Schedule Changes
Tackett, Braden Tanner, Carter Cheek, Kinley Prater, and Riot well as interview- and job-search office at the University of Arkansas Time: 8 a.m.- noon and 1- 3 p.m.
Lajoie. After a close game and tough 15-13 loss to Pottsville the team skills. We have seen remarkable Community College at Morrilton Place: Counselors Office
proudly shakes hands. Four players- Caden McDaniel, Nate Tackett, improvement in COMPASS test for more information about this Aug. 5
Braden Tanner, & Carter Cheek-all scored home runs during this scores (as much as 400%), enabling exciting and successful program. Pottsville High School Schedule Changes
game. Coaches were Jamie Prater, Wesley Tackett, Chuck Cheek, and students to bypass some or all Applications for STAR Employ- Time: 8 a.m. - noon. and 1-3 p.m.
Jerrod Cunningham. Congratulations to our hometown All-Stars. remediation coursework. ability Academy can be submitted Place: Counselors Office
Parents with children under through Aug. 31. The office can be Aug. 9
age 21, receiving public assistance, reached at 501-977-2186, or contact
Host families needed in Atkins
Pottsville High School Open House
are encouraged to apply. STAR the Curriculum Coordinator by e- Time: 5:30 p.m.
Employability Academy is designed mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Place: High School Commons
In August, Academic Year ing a student is a fantastic way
in America (AYA) is looking for
Atkins families to host high-
to experience the world without
Library Lines By Linda Wright, Librarian
First Day Of School
school exchange students from all Students are ages 15 to 18 and Your Atkins Centennial Library We encourage all interested
over the world.
This year, AYA is bringing
arrive with full medical insurance,
spending money, and the hopes
would like to share some of the new patrons to complete book reviews, Upcoming dates for
Pottsville Jr. High School
items available at the library and which will be displayed in the
hundreds of high-school stu- of experiencing life in America update you on some of our current library. We currently have book
dents to the U.S. to learn about through the eyes of a caring host events. We receive new material on reviews, written by Kelsey Dixson
American culture while living family. The students stay with a regular basis. New books received and Bailey Reed, on display in the If you attended Pottsville 7th and 8th grade sched-
with volunteer host families and their host for five or 10 months and in June include: children’s area. school last school year, your ule changes will be on Tuesday,
studying at high schools across attend the local high school. Adult Non-Fiction: Betty Our Summer Library Program schedule, along with a school Aug. 2, from 8 a.m.-noon and
the nation. American families Who can host a student Crocker’s Ultimate Bisquick Cook- is currently under way. The chil- supply list, will be mailed to you from 1-2:30 p.m. Please bring
have the unique opportunity to through AYA? According to AYA book, Homesteading Handbook dren’s program is held on Fridays the week of July 25th. School the schedule you received in the
learn about the student’s culture Director Melanie French, an by Abigail R. Gehring and Step by at 10 a.m. in the Matthews Civic suppy lists are also available at mail with you.
during this mutually rewarding important aspect of the AYA pro- Step Knifemaking by David Boye Center. Children eleven and under Wal-Mart in Russellville and 9th grade schedule changes
exchange. gram is that there are many types Adult Fiction: 10th Anniversary are welcome to attend. Last week’s Wal-Mart in Dardanelle, K-Mart will be on Wednesday, Aug. 3,
AYA can help families find the of people who can host. by James Patterson, 44 Charles winner of our teen drawing was and Staples. from 8 a.m.-noon and from 1-2
ideal student for their home. The To learn more about hosting Street by Danielle Steel and Sweet Zachary Shaddon. New student registration will p.m. Please bring the schedule
result is an enriching, lifelong an exchange student with AYA, Valley Confidential by Francine The library offers books, be Monday, Aug. 1, at the Potts- you received in the mail with
relationship with a young person call Stella at (800) 322-4678, ext. Pascal DVDs, music, audiobooks, and ville Jr. High School office from you.
from abroad. In addition, for fam- 5164, or e-mail email@example.com. Young Adult Fiction: Coven of digital downloads for adult, young 8 a.m.-noon. A parent or guard- Pottsville Jr. High open house
ilies looking to learn more about a Visit AYA on the web at www.aca- Witches by Joseph Delaney, Spooks adults, and children. The library ian must be present. Please will be on Tuesday, Aug. 9, in the
specific culture or language, host- demicyear.org. Tale by Joseph Delaney also has computers and Wi-Fi bring the child’s birth certifi- jr. high cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.
Children’s Picture Books: access available to the public free cate, shot record, social security First day of school will be
Llama, Llama, Red Pajama by of charge. Visit your Atkins Cen- card and any test scores from Monday, Aug. 15. The bell will
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spaces BUSINESS FOR SALE
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State Capitol Report• Rep. John Catlett Red Devil sunglasses
SEPARATE OPERATING UNITS: Applications have been reviewed, this year. Of all traditional students The Atkins Junior High Cheer- support of the community and
Call for special pricing • One unit is currently 2BR/1BA and so far, more than 30,000 Arkan- (those entering college directly from leaders are selling Devils sun- look forward to a great year.
fully equipped apartment
Bermuda • Other 2 units operating as the sas students have been awarded a high school) applying, 59.6 percent glasses. The glasses are red and
retail business. lottery-funded Academic Challenge of them met the criteria. More than black and say “Devils” on the
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database, and vendor information. More than 18,000 of those students who applied for renewal qualified. $5. They are a great way for the
Denise Wilson are current recipients whose awards In addition, 5,908 of the non-tra- students to show off their school
501.350.9331 were renewed. The other 12,377 of ditional students who applied are spirit.
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20 Acre Ranch Foreclosures are eligible for the scholarship but
dents will receive scholarships. The ing them to camp this summer.
funds available for non-traditional The cheerleaders appreciate the
Near Booming El Paso, Texas have not yet claimed it. Also, close students are budgeted at $12 million
to 8,000 students who previously after traditional students and cur-
Was $16,900 received the award are on “proba-
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requirements. They have until given based on those who are near-
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tery officials announced this week
or were eligible for award renewal that profits for the fiscal year ending take advantage of its workforce by unfairly underpaying for
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Lake Dardanelle Park schedule
Tuesdays and Saturdays at Meet a park interpreter at the
How DRY Is It in Arkansas?? it! 1:30 pm – What’s for Lunch? amphitheater to see the differ-
A buddy out of Lake Atkins But just this week, in Rus- – See our aquarium exhibit! ent ways birds use their beaks
Small Ads • BIG Deals • 641-7161 said he’d killed a mosquito that
was carrying a canteen.
A man in Hector said the
sellville, a fire hydrant was seen
bribing a dog.
It’s so dry in Arkansas that
Saturdays 1:45 p.m. – Critter
Crunch – Join a park interpreter
in the kid’s corner of the visi-
2:30 p.m. – Stories of Lake
Dardanelle– Meet a park inter-
Manufactured Homes Yard Sales chicken farmers were giving
the chickens crushed ice to keep
the Baptists are starting to bap-
tize by sprinkling, the Method-
tor center as she tells you about
some of the smaller creatures.
preter in the grassy area across
from the visitor center to hear
(AA) 3 bed 2 bath moved to your prop- Yard Sale: 99 Hopewell Rd, Thursday- them from laying hard-boiled ists are using wet-wipes, the Friday, July 22 some stories of the past that
erty only 12K! Won’t last. Call today! Friday, 6 to ? Plus size women, baby items, Presbyterians are giving out
eggs. 7:30 p.m. – Sunset Lake create the wonderful and unique
girls 6-8, too much to list. 35-1tnc rain-checks, and the Catholics
In Lake Overcup, they caught Cruise – There is no fee for the culture in the River Valley.
(AA) 2002 3B/2B 16x80 great condi- Huge Yard Sale: 278 Talley Lane Loop, a 20 lb. catfish that had ticks on are praying for the wine to turn tour but space is limited. We 4 p.m. –Endangered Arkan-
tion! 22K moved to your property. Act starting Thursday, July 21, till end of month. back into water. will begin boarding 15 min- sas– Join a park interpreter at
now! This home will go fast! 501-407- New items put out daily. Follow signs. utes before the tour, at the boat the amphitheater to discover
9522 19D-tfc 35-2tnc
LegaL Notices Old Folks bumper sti-
dock near the south boat ramp. some of the rarities in the state
Got land for sale? We can help! We Spaces are available on a first and what we can do to help
For Sale: Leather handcrafted billfolds and Public Notice Cremation: Think outside the come, first serve basis. (Weather them.
have lots of buyers. Call us today. 501-
Wayne’s Wrecker Service, 705 South
407-9366 19D-tfc belts, and clutch purses. Also doing saddle box. permitting) 7 p.m. – H.A.W.K. Talk – Join
Macon Ave., Russellville, AR, will sell in 10
and harness repair. 641-2366. 12-tfnc days for towing and storage fees. I am retired, I was tired Saturday, July 23 a local wildlife rehabilitator at
2011 MOBILE HOME STIMULUS
PACKAGE — Cash for clunkers. $2500 For Sale: Hand-tooled leather billfolds, 1992 Oldsmobile Cierra Vin. yesterday and I am tired again 10 a.m. –Bird Beak Buffet– the amphitheater to learn about
and clutch purses. Many patterns to #1G3AL54N1N6341409 today some of our native raptors.
Trade in. Landowner’s discount. 417- 35-1tc
414-8695 30D-tfc choose from. Name or initial for no extra When I was younger all I I’m so old I don’t buy green Sunday, July 24
charge. Call 479-641-7097. tfnc Legal Notice wanted was a nice BMW. Now, I bananas. 11 a.m. – Spring-O – Join
For Sale: Single wide trailer, 3 BR 2 BA,
new floors, new deck, must move to your For Sale: RADA Knives, Pottsville EH The Appleton Rural Volunteer Fire don’t care about the W. The snap, crackle, pop in the a park interpreter in front of
Club, 968-3301. 3-tfc Department will accept bids for a Quick I am in the initial stages of
land. $12,500. Please Call 479-747-5704 or
Attack/Brush Truck. Bids will be opened
morning…..ain’t my freaking the visitor center to start your
501-652-0038. 33-3tp For Sale: Okra, $2 a pound, bell peppers, July 28, 2011. Submit bids to the following my golden years. SS, CD’s, IRA’s, Rice Krispies. adventure.
FOR SALE BY OWNER – Land/home, sweet corn. 479-857-1387 Green Acres. address: 430 Darter Lane, Russellville, AR AARP…. Some days I wake up 1 p.m. –Ship Shape – All
$250 deposit, quick, easy, move in. 33-4tp 72802. Bid specifications will be for a 2011 We got married for better or grumpy…. but some days I let things in nature are made of
501-513-2237. 34D-tfc F-550, diesel, 4X4, crew cab, compartments worse. He couldn’t do better, I
For Sale: 1991 Oldsmobile Cutless Sierra, with roll up doors, 300 gallon water tank w/
him sleep. certain basic shapes. Join a park
3BD/2BA FOR SALE by owner. 501- excellent condition, one owner, low miles, couldn’t do worse. I’m not old….I’m chronologi- interpreter at the visitor center
foam cell and 18 to 23 horsepower gasoline
513-2214. 34D-tfc good gas mileage, elderly owner, no powered pump. I was always taught to respect cally gifted. and hike around the park and
1680 SFT HOME: 4 BD/2BA. Appli- longer drives. 479-641-7480 or 479-967- 35-1tc my elders. Now I don’t have Florida…..God’s waiting discover just how many shapes
ances incl. CH/A. Front/back decks. 2491. 33-3tnc anyone to respect. room. are out there.
Must sell!! 501-513-0262. 34D-tfc NOTICE OF QUITE TITLE ACTIONS I asked my wife if old men
For Sale or Rent For Sale: Chest freezer, $85, Yamaha (35
key) Keyboard $85. Call 870-294-5363. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF POPE COUNTY
wear boxers or briefs? She said,
I’m so old that whenever I eat
out they ask for my money up
Lake Dardanelle State Park,
100 State Park Drive Russell-
35-1tp Depends…. front. ville, AR 72802, 479-967-5516,
For Sale: Building by owner, 10,000 s.f., All persons who claim any interest in
205 NE 1st Street Atkins. 479-264-6233. For Sale: Antique wicker sofa, chair, two the below described lands or a lien thereon www.arkansasstateparks.com
29-tfc tables, in Atkins, call Janelle Cawthon. Call or who can set up any right to the land pur-
850-419-4449 or 850-585-2009. 34-3tnc chased in consequence of any informality or
For Rent: Two bedroom apartment, call any irregularity connected with the sale are
For Rent: Available Aug. 1, Hwy. 64, His-
Wanted hereby called upon to appear in the court and
show cause why the title of the petitioners to
the above described properties should not be
toric District Atkins, next to International Want to Buy: Antique kitchen gas confirmed. FUNERAL AUTO REPAIR
Cafe, 3,060 S.f. Commercial building. stove, 1950 or older, iron kitchen sink, TRACT 1: Commonly known as 410 South
$600/$300. Call 479-264-6233. 33-tfc architectural antiques. Call Mark 479- Jonesboro, Russellville, Arkansas, 72801 Martin’s Service
For Sale: 4.98 acres, off of Hwy. 247 in
264-6233, Old Bank of Atkins 10-tfc whose legal description is:
Part of the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ of Section 8,
Atkins, 479-970-8304. 34-3tp Township 7 North, Range 20 West, more par- New & Used Tires of All
For Rent: 3 Br 1 Bath house near Employment ticularly described as follows:
Commencing at the NE Corner of said
1401 N.Church • Atkins
Sizes • Tire Repair
Hector. Central H & A. $400 mo/$300
deposit. 479-886-2833 35-1tc The Atkins School District is accept-
NW ¼ of the NE ¼; thence S 01°08’25”W, along
the East Line thereof, 1169.50 feet; thence S
Serving Atkins since 1916 641-2589 641-2076
ing applications for a custodian. Send 89°38’00”W, 12.00 feet to the Point of Begin- INSURANCE APPLIANCES
For Sale: House 2 miles east of Atkins resume to Boyce Watkins, 307 N. Church ning; thence S 01°08’25” W 80.00 feet; thence
on 1/2 acre, 4 BR 1 Bath. All elec Cen-
tral H&A. $68,500. Addl acreage avail.
Street, Atkins, AR 72823 35-1tc S 89°38’00” W, 108.00 feet; thence N 01°08’25”
E, 80 feet; thence N 89°38’00” E, 108.00 feet
Life • Home • Auto
• Farm • Business Seek Shelter Today! EHEMANN Garage
479-886-2833 35-1tc $825 a week Local company, 8-10 to the Point of Beginning. Containing 0.20
Don Daily APPLIANCE & Wrecker
openings in Conway area. Full company acres, more or less. Subject to any easements
For Sale: House in Appleton 3 BR
1 Bath w/20x24 outbldg. All elect. training and management apportuni- of record.
TRACT 2: Commonly known as 406 South
641-7868 Whirlpool Appliances Service
ties. 501-513-9412 35-4tp 425 N. Church, Atkins, AR 106 NE 1st • Atkins 641-7037
Priced to sell at $53,000. 479-886-2833 Jonesboro, Russellville, Arkansas, 72801 Shelter Insurance Home Office 14245 E. Hwy 64 • Atkins
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MAKE A DIFFERENCE Part of the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ of Section 8,
Livestock & Pets If you would like to be involved in Township 7 North, Range 20 West, described
as beginning at a point 68 poles and 7 ½ feet Greg Standridge
A Branch of the Vine Animal Rescue: South from the NE Corner of said NW ¼ of the & Mark Coffman,
would you like a Rewarding Career
15125 E. Hwy. 64, Atkins. Rescued pets
need loving homes. Females have
Be Wise • Call Now NE ¼ running West with the line of the Col-
ored Methodist Church lot 120 feet; North 80
968-5796 35-atp 968-5553
been spayed, all have had shots and feet; East 120 Feet; South 80 Feet to the Point
been wormed. Beagle puppies. Call Of Beginning.
Subject to all mineral reservations, leases, 700 E. Parkway
479-886-1845 or 641-5045. 21-tfnc
For Sale: Young chickens $4 each, also
Found and conveyances filed of record. Also subject
to all easements and restrictions of record.
pigeons. 479-968-6324 33-3tnc
For Sale: Registered Sheltie puppies,
Found: Male puppy, blonde and white,
medium sized, very friendly. 479-641-
Attorney for Petitioner:
Mark J. Mobley
Mobley Law Firm, P. A.
RICHARD PIERCE LUTCF
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$100 each, 870-428-5850 35-1tp 128 East Main Street
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8• THE ATKINS CHRONICLE • WEDNESDAY, JuLY 20, 2011
• by Katherine Ann Teeter
Around the Arena
Obituaries Sue Roberts enjoyed a visit ham’s Sunday after church
Sunday afternoon from her with a group from the Atkins
Helen Lewis Dennis Duryea nephew Mark Carey and wife and Bell’s Chapel Churches of
• The Atkins Riding Club
either got his atten-
tion on you or on his next snack.
Helen Louise Lewis, 81, a res- Dennis H. Duryea, 92, of Rus- Beth Ann, their friends Tim Christ. will have a playnight, Friday, If you’re walking down the trail
ident of Russellville, died Tues- sellville, died Tuesday, July 12, and Dianne (all of Des Moines, Steve and Kassen Sears had July 22, at 7 p.m. They will have and your horse grabs a mouth-
day, July 12, 2011, at Saint Mary’s 2011, at Saint Mary’s Regional Ia.) and Monty Wheeler of Rus- as dinner guests Thursday night barrels, poles, team penning, ful of grass, he’s obviously not
Regional Medical Center. sellville. The Iowa group were Stan and wife Elaine Sears and team branding and roping. The thinking about you. You need to
Medical He was born Sept. 29, 1918, on their way to New Orleans by children Paige and Erin, Katie club will have these playnights redirect his feet and make him
Center. near Belleville, to James and motorcycle. After visiting they Sweeney of Billings, Mt., Jace the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the hustle. As soon as he snatches
She was Amma Sanders Duryea. He was all ate at Colton’s. Sears, Angel Sawyer and friend month. For more information grass, bend him around in a
born Jan. 9, an employee of International Milton and Lachresia Eoff Anthony Gower, Kay and Vir- call Jim at 479-970-1041. circle and kick his side with
1930, in the Shoe Company for almost 30 enjoyed talking to their son, ginia Jamell and Wendell and Jackpots your inside leg. Wake him up
Pea Ridge years, and was a U.S. Army vet- Lewis Wade Eoff, who called Shirlene Sears. • The Ultimate Barrel Racing and get his attention back on
commu- eran of World War II. from Iraq Thursday. He said the The Pottsville EH Club met Association will have a barrel you. You’re saying to the horse,
nity north He was preceded in death temperature was “only 130° F.” Friday at the Methodist church jackpot on July 22, 23, & 24, at “Hey, you don’t have time to be
of Atkins by his parents; a brother and a Janette Lewis, daughter Bar- fellowship hall at 1:30 for the the Four State fairgrounds arena eating grass because you’re too
to Claud grandson. bara Teeter and husband Jimmy, monthly meeting. Dianna Rob- in Texarkana. For more informa- busy listening to me and hus-
Dwight and Survivors include his wife, Amy Teeter, son Pat Lewis and erson served as hostess and pre- tion go to www.ultimatebarrel- tling your feet!” After you make
Sarah Elizabeth Duvall Chro- Lula Duryea; three sons, James wife Belinda met at Western Siz- sented the program on “healthy racing.com. your point, put the horse on a
nister. She was a member of The Duryea of Atkins, Dennis zlin’ Saturday afternoon for a living.” • The Coal Hill Arena will loose rein and dare him to take
Refuge Church, took care of chil- Duryea of Russellville, and family gathering of about 50 rel- Charles Oates, Daniel Wal- have a barrel jackpot series on another bite. It’s important to
dren in her home for more than David Duryea of Pottsville; three atives and in-laws. They enjoyed ters, Adolph Vodrazka, Dean Wednesdays, starting June 15, ride on a loose rein so the horse
50 years and loved to cook and daughters, Erma Cotton, Janie a meal and visiting. Jerry and Ferguson, Katherine Teeter, and are BBR approved. For more can commit to the mistake. If
spoil her two grandchildren. Frankhouse and Judy Bailey, all wife Gail Tippit from Camden George and Donna Davis, information go to: www.coal- he wants to take a mouthful of
She was preceded in death by of Russellville; 13 grandchildren, and Gary and wife Dottie McVey Gerald Chenowith, Parker Gray hillarena.com. grass, let him. Think of it like
her parents; a brother, Jerry Chro- 21 great-grandchildren and two from Pigeon Forge, Tenn., were and Steve Gray attended the Pole Bending this: You can’t arrest some-
nister; and a sister, Norm Heflin. great-great-grandchildren. out-of-area attendees. Pope County Cattlemen’s Asso- • The Horseback Family Min- body for standing outside the
She is survived by her hus- Funeral services were Satur- The Antioch Free Will Bap- ciation meeting Thursday night. istries will have a pole bend- bank with a gun. You have to
band of 57 years, O.D. Lewis, Jr. day at the Shinn Chapel. Burial tist Church surprised Bruce and Steve, Kassen, son Jace Sears ing jackpot at the Pope County wait until they go into the bank
of Russellville; a son and daugh- was in Russell Cemetery near Charlotte Bryan Sunday night and daughter Angel Sawyer Fairgrounds arena at 6 p.m. For with the gun and then you can
ter-in-law, Paul and Pam Duvall Belleville, by Shinn Funeral Ser- after services with a cake and enjoyed dinner at Clarksville more information call Jay at arrest them. That doesn’t mean
of Russellville; two brothers, vice of Russellville. ice cream celebration of their Wednesday night with his par- 479-970-5004. that you let your horse stop and
Don and Jimmy Dale Chronis- Memorials: The Ameri- 25th wedding anniversary. ents, Wendell and Shirlene Tip graze for 20 minutes; just wait
ter, both of Atkins; a sister and can Cancer Society, c/o Judy The Antioch Free Will Baptist Sears, and his brother Stan • A horse can only think for him to chomp at the grass
brother-in-law, Pat and J.T. Murphy, 126 Lakeview Circle, Church Triple R Senior group Sears and family who are visit- about one thing at a time - he’s and then hustle his feet.
Robertson of Russellville; two Russellville, AR 72802. met Tuesday morning at the fel- ing from Billings, Mont.
grandchildren, Dalton and Emily Online obituary/guestbook: lowship hall for Bible study. Steve, Kassen and Jace
Duvall, both of Russellville; and www.shinnfuneral.com. David and wife Darla Bunton Sears, Angel Sawyer and friend Pope County Police Reports
many nephews and nieces. enjoyed Sunday dinner with his Anthony Gower, Kay and Vir-
Several thefts and acts of dragged an item around in his
Funeral services were held mother, Gladys Bunton, and son ginia Jamell of Atkins and Linda
vandalism were reported in yard, leaving tracks on his drive-
Friday at The Refuge Church with John W. Edmondson, 72, of Michael. Smith enjoyed lunch at Madame
Pope County in recent days. way and beside his residence. He
the Rev. Scott Findley and the Pottsville, died Tuesday, July 12, Danny and Carless Teeter, Wu’s Sunday.
• A resident of Highway wanted to file a report in case he
Rev. Bob Alexander officiating. 2011, at Amory, Miss. Brooks and Cheyenne and chil- Congratulations to the Potts-
64 east, Atkins reported that found property missing later.
Burial was in Suggs Cemetery He was born Aug. 2, 1938, at dren Robert, Brianna, and Jaylie ville Razorbacks who won the
between June 29 and July 11, Deputy Shane Jones took the
north of Atkins under the direc- Forrest City to Lester and Louise Teeter and Katherine Teeter state ten-eleven year old base-
someone cut electrical wires at report.
tion of Shinn Funeral Service. Emerson Edmondson. He was enjoyed supper at Western Siz- ball championship held at Potts-
his residence and barn, steel- • A resident of SR333, London
Memorials may be made to retired from Arkansas Tech Uni- zlin’ Saturday evening. ville Thursday night.
ing copper and doing damage of reported that on July 12 some-
The Refuge Church, 126 Walleye versity where he worked as the Danny and Carless Teeter Antino Mendoza will be
$2,000. Deputy Darin Kirkland one opened a window in her
Drive, Russellville, AR 72802. coliseum manager, was a United and grandchildren Brianna and the guest speaker for morn-
took the report. apartment and took $200 cash.
The online obituary and States Navy veteran, and a member Jaylie went to visit Carless’ par- ing services Sunday, July 24, at
• A resident of Oak Mead- Deputy Jonathan Leavell took
guestbook are available at www. of the Pottsville Assembly of God. ents, Devaughn and Lavania the Antioch Free Will Baptist
ows Road, Dover reported that the report. Michael Lydon was
shinnfuneral.com. He was preceded in death by Hale at Lee’ s Chapel Sunday Church on Sweeden Road.
on July 6 or 7, someone took assigned. (6809)
Keith Flatt his parents; a sister; and a brother.
Survivors include his wife,
Jeff Creemer of Sherwood
Mary Hall of Little Rock,
great-granddaughter of Kirk-
four wheels and tires from a
vehicle parked behind his house
Keith Flatt, 66, of Russell-
Mary E. Edmondson of Pottsville; came Saturday morning to visit bride Potts, and her daughter
and put the vehicle on concrete
ville, died Saturday, July 16, his mother, Mary Creemer. Sat- and children came Friday to My name is Luanne Mont-
a son, Edward Edmondson of blocks. Missing items included
2011, at Legacy Lodge Nursing urday evening they ate at West- tour Potts Inn and remember
Pottsville; a daughter, Cathy Reed four chrome wheels ($204), four gomery Franks. My father
and Rehabilitation Center. ern Sizzlin’. some family history. The visited
He was born June 23, 1945,
of Amory; three grandchildren; a Cooper Cobra GT black tires and mother were Lawrence
great-grandchild; four step-chil- Katherine Teeter enjoyed with Jean Oates and had lunch
at Petaluma, Calif., to Russell a barbecue lunch at Cunning- at Tina’s. Mary is 99.
($220). Deputy Jeffrey Noyes and Lucy Kelley Montgom-
dren; and ten step-grandchildren. took the report. Michael Lydon ery who lived on Petit Jean.
and Ione Rue Flatt. He was
a member of the Carpenter’s
Union Local #1836.
Funeral services were Friday
at the Shinn Chapel with mili- Animals-in-the-Wild Camp was assigned.
• A resident of Hopewell Road,
I am looking for any rela-
tives of my ancestors. My
tary honors following the service. The camp includes activi- Atkins, reported that someone
Survivors include his wife of
Burial was in Pisgah Cemetery in What would it be like to be an great-grandmother was
47 years, Peggy Ann Flatt; a son, ties, crafts, programs, and much spray painted several walls and
Pottsville, by Shinn Funeral Ser- animal living in the wild? What
more. The campers will meet door jambs, doing $500 damage.
Josaphine “Josie” Tinsey Pat-
Keith Adam Flatt of Plainview; would you need to survive in terson/Wolf/Staggs/Porter.
vice. at the visitor center at 9 a.m. Deputy Darin Kirkland took the
a daughter, Lena Denice Flatt of every habitat? She had a sister named Mary
The online obituary and guest- each day and will be ready to be report. Lt. Rowdy Sweet of the
Napa, Calif.; a brother, Roy Flatt Come learn about some
book are available at www.shinn- picked up there at 4 p.m. Lunch, criminal investigation depart- Moore; a daughter that lived
of Napa; two sisters, Norma Jean unique animals that live in
Roberson and Janett Faulk, both
funeral.com. snacks, and all materials will be ment took over the scene. in Tulsa, Mrs. John Hollis; and
the wild in Arkansas and the
of Napa; and five grandchildren.
All services are private.
Pop Tops for ACH unique characteristics that they
included in the $65 registration
• A resident of Haralson Lane,
Atkins reported that someone
two other daughters, Mrs. W.
T. Hulsey and Velma Smith.
Pop tops from aluminum cans have. Lake Dardanelle State
Arrangements are by Shinn The camp has limited space, gained access to his vehicle and Josie’s daughter, Mary Etta,
are being saved for the Ronald Park will be holding a three day
Funeral Service of Russellville. so get your registration in early. took his Kel-Tec model 32 pistol was my grandmother.
McDonald house in Little Rock. camp from Wednesday, Aug. 10
The online obituary and The absolute latest you can reg- ($320) between June 27 and July I am trying to learn ANY
Anyone wanting to help can – Friday, Aug. 12, for kids ages
guestbook are available at www. ister is Aug. 3 (provided there is 6. The vehicle has been entered
drop them off at The Atkins 8-12.
still space available). You may into ACIC/NCIC. Deputy Shane
information about Josie or
shinnfuneral.com. Chronicle. Mary Etta that I can locate,
pick up a registration form at the Jones took the report. Lt. Rowdy
Lake Dardanelle State Park Visi- Sweet is investigating. including any photos.
tor Center, have it e-mailed at • A resident of White Oak You can e-mail me at kel-
firstname.lastname@example.org, Mountain Road, Hector reported email@example.com. Call me on
THE BIGGER THE JOB, or faxed at (479)890-3670. that his Jeep was wrecked on
Feb. 11 and when it was towed,
my cell: 214-762-4754.
AHTD to hold his check-book was left in the
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