WEDNESDAY, July 13, 2011 — NO. 34 ATKINS (POPE COUNTY) ARKANSAS 72823 ONE HUNDRED AND sixteenth YEAR
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The Atkins Chronicle
The Heart of the Arkansas River Valley for a Century
Body found on SR 247,
identified as Doug Price
A man’s body was found in a Duvall said the body had
vehicle in the 1300 block of State been sent to the state crime lab
for your information Highway 247 east of SR 7 Tuesday for positive identification and
afternoon, July 5. he declined to provide the ID.
The man has been identified Duvall said that no foul play
as Doug Price, 43, of Pottsville, by was suspected, and the family
relatives, and an obituary appears told reporters that he had been
in this week’s paper. The vehicle in a single-car accident.
was in a wooded area not easily Funeral services are being
seen from the highway and the handled by Humphrey Funeral
body had been there about three Service. He was a 1986 graduate
Please observe days, Sheriff Aaron Duvall said. of Russellville High School.
Due to the extreme Quorum court looks
Pope County Judge
Jim Ed Gibson has
at county noise law
By Beckie Tyson county employees from visiting
issued a burn ban The Pope County Quorum social networking on county
for Pope County as Judges meet with Oates family – Three judges in the Arkansas State Farm Family competition met
Court discussed the need for a time for personal use.
noise ordinance at its meeting Donna Wall, county trea-
of July 8. with the Leslie Oates family Monday morning in the Oates kitchen before going out to survey the farming Thursday, July 7. surer, reported on research she
operation. Pictured (from left) are: Leslie Oates, Carson, Gene Martin of Farm Bureau, Patrick Breeding, a
PeeWee football retiree, and Donette Stump of Arkansas Beef Council, Melissa Oates, Brett Oates and Garrett Oates.
Justice Kim Virden brought
the matter up in response to a
had done about election workers.
Her information stated that elec-
Oates family is district
constituent’s complaint about tion workers are employees. The
loud truck noises on the highway question related to an ordinance
near his home. Engine brakes, amendment that required
Atkins PeeWee Football will
called jake brakes, make a loud county officials to post all job
hold signups for grades 3-6 on
farm family winner
noise when applied and are not vacancies to the Workforce
Saturday, July 16, from 9 to
always necessary. Services Department after 48
11 a.m. at the football practice
County Judge Jim Ed Gibson hours. The ordinance before the
field. All players need to bring
said he was not sure the county court changes the word “will” to
a copy of their birth certificate.
could pass a noise ordinance. “shall” in the personnel policies.
For more information contact
County Sheriff Aaron Duvall Justices wondered if that applied
Brian Harrison at 264-7010. The Leslie Oates family, the competition. The other counties in the said his officers can verify loud to election workers.
Get military ID 2011 Farm Family of the Year in
Pope County have been named
He said the Oates operation
probably won because of the
western district, besides Pope,
are Polk, Logan, Yell, Montgom-
music complaints but officers
would have difficulty verifying
The court also
• appropriated $3,000 to the
registered the district farm family.
They competed in the West-
diversity of their operation,
which includes hay, cattle,
ery, Conway, Faulkner, Perry
a loud truck complaint. Virden
said the person complaining is
Rural Fire Association to buy
a specialized truck that will be
Veteran and/or relative of ern District, of eight districts, wheat and row crops, includ- The judges for the state a day sleeper and said the jake shared by all rural fire department.
one, if you have a military ID including eight to 10 counties ing soybeans. They are also farm family were at Pottsville brakes are not necessary on the • appropriated $8,685.51 to
card that allows you to go on each. They are now eligible for involved in community affairs, Monday. They are Gene Martin stretch of road near his home. the sheriff’s office to pay accrued
bases, the next time you go state farm family of the year, with Leslie serving on the of Farm Bureau, Donette Stump Virden asked the JPs to call sick time and vacation pay for an
to the base your card will be and judges were at the Oats Pottsville City Council as well of the cattlemen’s association him this month with thoughts employee who is retiring.
put through a scanner to see farm Monday to determine their as being an elder in the church. and Patrick Breeding, a retiree. about an ordinance and sug- • appropriated $8.21 from the
if you are registered. If you qualifications for the state honor. Melissa Oats is comptroller for The judges toured the Oates gested the court look at the grant fund to complete a grant
are not in the system, you can Phil Sims, Pope County POM Inc., parking meter manu- farm, including the bermuda unnecessary use of jake brakes, for the health department.
register at that time. You have extension agent, said no local facturers, in Russellville, where hay fields, wheat and soybean and if a law could be passed. Justices Shirley Chism, Tom
until September 2011 to get it committee members can she is in charge of all account- crops in the Arkansas River In other business the court McMillen and Mary Metz-Blalock
registered. All must have their remember a Pope County ing operations. She is also bottom, and the cattle herd passed an ordinance prohibiting were absent.
cards registered, active, retired, family’s winning a district involved in church activities. behind the house in Pottsville.
does not matter. It is global,
Hector School Board denies
or you will not be allowed on
any military base/post. This
is a requirement that began
Keepsake article transfer, acts on personnel
Several people have asked for By Van A. Tyson head softball coach and Jim
“keepsakes” from the old high The Hector School Board Simmons as assistant coach;
Pharmacy proposed beside
school. Among the keepsakes denied a transfer request and • appointing Stacy Taylor
suggested were bricks from the took several personnel actions elementary parent involvement
building. The demolition con- at its monthly meeting Monday coordinator;
night. • appointing Susan Owens
Atkins Millard-Henry clinic
tractor has agreed to put a pile
of bricks just behind the ball The transfer request was mentoring director;
goals near the administration from a 16-year-old who wanted • appointing Sherri Palmer a
building. Feel free to take a few to transfer to Russellville to cafeteria worker;
if you wish. For safety reasons, prepare to be a marine biolo- • appointing Carol Killins as
we ask that people not walk gist. Superintendent Walt driver of the vo-tech bus; By Van A. Tyson cial, allowing for a pharmacy. tion at 1106 Ave. Four SE, $3,500;
onto the demolition site. Davis recommended against • authorizing Davis to make Rob Harkness, owner of Harkness would still need to get a • Jean Fryer, storage and
it, saying Hector can provide an offer to a replacement Eng- Atkins Family Pharmacy, told building permit approved to start garage, 804 NW Second St.,
needed science classes and that lish teacher from applicants. the Atkins Planning Commission construction. $9,500;
he would confer with the Rus- In other action the board: last week that he hopes to build a He said he might have a physi- • Jean Fryer, carport, also at
sellville superintendent about • approved a proposed pharmacy north of the Millard- cal therapy center attached, but 804 NW Second St., $2,000;
letting the student take a course budget for 2012-13 (year Henry Clinic on Highway 105 that was not certain. • Jim McNutt, storage build-
specifically in marine biology after next) including spend- North. The property is owned by Dr. ing, 701 SE Sixth Place, $4,500.
while staying at Hector. ing of $4,965,000, including Harkness was checking to see Chris Horan of the clinic. All board members were
Davis, presiding over his $2,800,000 for salaries. if he needed the property beside The commission accepted two present, including Charles
first regular board meeting as • award a bread contract to the clinic needed to be rezoned, permits at its monthly meeting Baker, chairman, Kathleen
superintendent, recommended Hostess and milk contract to and was told by Charles Baker, Tuesday night, July 5. The per- Napier, vice chairman; Janis
the following personnel actions, Hiland, the only bidders; commission chairman, that it mits were to: Davis, secretary, Chris Martin,
all approved on unanimous 5-0 • approved a high school was already zoned C-2 commer- • Patti Childress, for an addi- and Elmo Bizzell.
votes, after and hour and five- handbook that reduced unex-
Atkins board hears from K-8
minute executive session: cused absences from 8 to 6
inSiDe • accepting the resignation days;
of Lori Houghton as English • approved an elementary
Calendar teacher, so she can become a
high school counselor at Atkins;
• appointing Jordan Price,
• scheduled the next regular
board meeting for 6 p.m. Aug 8. facility construction company
Monday, July 18 — Pea Ridge
Fire Department Board, 6 p.m. Pea the new high school principal, All board members were
Ridge Fire Station. as equity coordinator; present, including Todd Foun- By Ginnie Tyson present policy leaves several Section 125 (Cafeteria Plan)
Tuesday, July 19 — SW Atkins • appointing Jeff Haralson tain, president; Carolyn Cook, The Atkins School Board coaches performing some duties provider.
Water User’s Assoc. Annual Meet- and Gary Simmons co-athletic vice president; Terry Epperson, heard a report from Stuart without receiving compensation. The board awarded the milk
ing at 7 p.m., Ada’s Bell’s Chapel directors; secretary; Tony Haley and Gary Schichtl of Nabholz Construc- Allowing them payment for those contract for the coming school
Assembly of God • appointing Gary Simmons McDonald. tion following the 11-month walk year to Hiland and the bread
Wednesday, July 20 — Pope
Pottsville hires Van Horn
through of the K-8 building. The contract to Hostess.
County Library Board, 4 p.m., construction company pledges to The board approved ordering
Thursday, July 21 — Atkins Li- have everything in good working software for high school business
ons Club, noon, First United Meth-
odist Church, visitors welcome-
Guest speaker-Steve Gardner
as construction manager order on the one-year anniversary
of the building project. The list
of problems being addressed by
classes from SHI Software to be
paid for by money from a digital
communications grant that has
Thursday, July 21 — Hector By Beckie Tyson vation of the elementary library. the contractors and sub-contrac- already funded the purchase of
City Council, 7 p.m., city hall The Pottsville School Board, Upkeep done this summer tors includes things like ill-fitting computers for that class.
Thursday, July 21 — Ameri- at a meeting Monday night, includes resealing and painting doors, moldings and facings; the The board accepted the resig-
can Legion and American Legion approved Van Horn Construction the high school parking lot and fire alarm system; the phones, nation of Cara Jones as elemen-
Auxiliary, 7 p.m., W.J. Matthews Company as the construction stripping and re-waxing the floors. clocks and intercom; fire-door tary literary coach, a position
Center manager for its multipurpose Dugger also reported the safe issues; finishes on concrete col- that will not be filled at this time.
athletic building and reviewed room concrete block walls should
inside the plans, drawn by Jo Minden,
architect. The indoor facility will
be up by the end of this week.
In personnel matters, the
umns; the partition doors in the
cafeteria; an automatic opening of Phil Daniel, new high school
Superintendent Boyce Watkins
said that at this time district is
The Chronicle accommodate physical education board accepted the resignation of
a door in case of a tornado; and a
principal, at Monday’s meeting. fully staffed.
Watkins told the board the
Arena.................. 8 classes and all sports. The build- school nurse Jill Riggs; approved Coach Craig Pinion repre- balance of money at the beginning
Church................ 4 ing will have brick halfway up the a transfer of Jennifer Curry, high sented the Certified Personnel duties, he said, would cost the of July was $2,982,909.21 in the
walls and be metal the rest of the school business teacher, to the Policies Committee in recom- district an additional $15,925 in operating fund, $63,137.60 in the
Civic................... 1 way. Instructional Technology Direc- stipends. He also pointed out that
mending a change in the way cafeteria fund and $2,095,297.41
Classifieds. ......... 7 Superintendent Larry Dugger tor’s post; hired DeSha Nelson, stipends are given for extra duties. only one other school in the 3A in the building fund. Interest
Legals................. 7. said bringing Van Horn in this high school business teacher; The board tabled the matter until conference (Marshall) caps the income on the building funds last
Movies..................... 8 early would allow them to work Becky Smith, school nurse; next meeting. The issue involves stipends. Pinion characterized month was $1,477.58. FEMA
Obituaries.............. 8 with the architect to do “value and Kenneth White as network the district’s present policy of the district’s stipends as generous funds of $145,656.51 were trans-
engineering” to save money. “The administrator. putting a cap on the number of but said the coaches would like ferred into the building fund.
Opinions........... 2,3 community has really pitched in School board members to be compensated for the extra
stipends a teacher can receive Paul Wayne Duvall presided
School. .................. 6 to support this building,” he said. attending were David Potts, Jim and also a cap on the amount of duties they are now willingly in the absence of Philip Haney.
Service.Dir.. ........ 7 In other action the board Huffman, Tracy Taylor and Jerry money a coach can receive as a performing without stipends. Other members present were
Society................ 5 approved a $142,000 bid from Akin. Board member Clint Hull stipend ($7,085). The board approved renewing Brian Boyer, Carl Warren and
Sports................... 6 Van Horn Construction for a reno- was absent. Pinion pointed out that the American Fidelity as the District Shawn Rooke.
2• THE ATKINS CHRONICLE • WEDNESDAY, JuLY 13, 2011
THE GUM LOG by Van A. Tyson
law and lamps
Last week was educational, About trusts, he said the nal Aladdin company made.
first about law, especially wills advantages are, (1) they avoid Doyle said the Aladdin
and trusts, probate and (2) are private, Company is back in business
and then not required to be filed in the making lamps in Tennessee.
about lamps, courthouse, like wills. The Peggy demonstrated the
especially main disadvantage is that they tricky nature of lighting the
A l a d d i n cost more than wills. delicate mantle of an Aladdin
lamps. He also said that there are lamp.
The law no estate taxes if the assets at The Cooks said there will
lesson came death are less than $5 million. be a national Aladdin show in
at Lions Lamps Indianapolis in about a week
Club at noon Doyle and Peggy Cook, and they will take some lamps,
Thursday speaking at the Pope County from their collection of several
courtesy of Historical Association meeting hundred lamps.
David Eddy. David had spoken Friday night, began by showing He said his brother, who
at a previous club meeting about some flat-wick lamps (coal oil), originally scoffed at his collec-
hiking and camping rather noting that they put out a lot tion, now has about 500.
than law, and volunteered to less light than Aladdins, which Their presentation drew a lot
come back to talk about law. provide as much illumination of discussion from older mem-
First, about wills, he said: as a 60-watt bulb. bers of the association, who
• a will is valid if written in They showed an assortment remembered using the lamps in
the person’s own hand; of metal and glass lamps. The their homes. (I remember them
• if typed or written by cobalt blue lamps, if origi- at my grandparents’ house in
someone else, it requires two
• after death, a person’s
nal, are valuable, as much as
$1,500. If you find one in an
antique store, it is probably a
Several people gathered
around to examine the lamps
South of the Border & Over the Hill
property goes to the state only reproduction, Doyle said. after the presentation. By AnnieLaura Jaggers-Grady
if there are no descendents,
which is very rare;
Some of the
hispanics in the USA
• the order of succession they showed were: Every time I read or hear English so we can communi- was finally approached by a
if there is no will is children, • a custard-col- about someone griping about cate with them easily, yet how young man who said, “You do
then spouse, then parents, ored heart-pattern the cost to our government of many of us bother to learn not speak Spanish, do you? I
then brothers and sisters, then milky glass; medical, education, transpor- Spanish? One summer I went replied that I didn’t. He said,
aunts and uncles, then nieces • a green-on- tation, etc. for the Hispanics, to Churubusco (at the edge of “I’ll bet you studied a European
and nephews; white milky Vene- I wish I was where I could Mexico City) to study, not the language, didn’t you? Many of
• if a child is disinherited, he tian; remind them of a few facts from language, but the culture. A you from the
or she must still be mentioned • a ruby red Bee- our past about our dealing with group of us living in the same states do that
in the will; hive lamp, worth the Mexicans in particular. boardinghouse were invited to instead of
• going through probate about $600; What happened at the go to the owner’s “country club” learning the
limits the period of challenge • a Del Comina Alamo? Did we not initiate the in a vacated Spanish monastery. language of
to six months, and it can be with flowers on a fight with the Mexicans in the We were out walking mid-after- your neigh-
longer otherwise; white background war in the late 1840s? Did we noon when we were deluged bors south of
• regarding checking and a gold rim on not have superior resources? with a thunderstorm and pelted you.” I had
accounts, “payable on death” is the bottom, one of Did we not win that war and with hail. We ran into a yard to admit that
better than joint ownership the last the origi- take one half of their land (the through an open gate and were I had studied
rest was rough and mountain- invited into the house or under German. I
The hisTory Lesson ous) and all of their arable
land—all of south Texas, New
the wide porch where a family
gathering was taking place
him that I had a strong Latin
by Kenneth R. Walker Mexico, Arizona, and all of including people of all ages. (I background and, therefore,
California? Why should we not learned that it was a typical could sight-read some Spanish,
words as Embalmed history: nepotism and Suttee educate them, give them health Sunday afternoon gathering.) but I doubt that he thought that
Nepotism now means edge as an illegitimate child custom meant the widow would care, etc.? We were immediately given a good excuse.
appointing relatives to political or mistress was sometimes cremate herself on the funeral What group of people is a slice of lime and a jigger I thoroughly enjoyed that
office. Originally this practice referred to as a niece, a word pyre of her dead husband. The doing the most of our manual of tequila and were asked to cultural adventure. Further, I
came from priests and others that also has nepotism as its word comes from the Hindu labor on our farms, in our fac- extend an open palm to be learned that their culture which
appointing nephews (from Latin source. word satti (faithful wife). The tories, and in our households? salted. We were shown how to was directly from Spain was as
nepotism) to gainful employ- Whether nephew or niece, system certainly guaranteed The Mexicans, of course. Are drink down the tequila, lick our old as ours.
ment. Quite often “nephew” was the older sponsoring person that the wife would have no they capable employees? Most palms, and squeeze the lime
a name given to an illegitimate wanted to be sure the protégé economic problems in her wid- of them, yes. Many of them juice into our mouths. This Annielaura Jaggers-Grady
male child whom a parent in the was advantageously taken care owhood. The English made the are quite intelligent. Ask any procedure would arm us against has published the following
church or aristocracy did not of economically. practice illegal in British India public-school teacher about the a cold or pneumonia. It did. I books: A Nude Singularity: Lily
want to acknowledge as a son. Another way of giving in 1829. capabilities of his or her Span- have enjoyed tequila margaritas Peter of Arkansas; Billy Free-
Similarly, in the female line, economic security to a relative Kenneth R. Walker, Ph.D., is ish students, and you will get an ever since. man: Florida Keys Sheriff; A
a young woman that an older (usually a wife) was through the Professor Emeritus of History ear full. I stood around the edges of Professor’s Unforgettables; and
man did not want to acknowl- ritual of suttee. In India this at Arkansas Tech University. We insist that they learn the gathering saying little and Carl & Me & WWII.
BEyond ThE BElTwAy A Trio of Events by “Pete Moss”
by Donald Kaul When I typed this title, it horse mint and probably many and I headed for this road with
brought to mind another event others. It was a joy to drive this road shovels and pails. The rescue opera-
President Concession from long ago. There were three
munchkins rehearsing for a lip
at any time of the growing season.
One plant really intrigued me
tion was in progress. The blooming
period for this plant had already
I’m starting to worry about doubts. negotiation and total surrender. sync contest in our front yard. All when I first saw it several years finished for the year and, due to the
Barack Obama. I find his unwavering attempts I’m afraid that Obama and three of them had managed to ago. The only other place I have drought, we could only find one,
I didn’t to find bipartisan solutions to his Democratic colleagues are stand together on a large, sawed- seen it was in a native plant nursery dried up plant – with seeds. This
used to worry controversial problems uplift- going to cave in to Republican off hickory stump. (The massive in Oklahoma. I recognized this lone plant is now tucked in beside a
about him. ing and all. Inspiring even. But demands, thus setting the tone tree had been hit by lightning once immediately as a clematis because tree where it can climb next season.
I thought he there’s such a thing as carrying for the next two-and-a-half years. too often.) We christened the three of its similarity to C. Texensis, Though its top portion was dead, it
was the best moderation too far. My idea of a sensible negotia- of them a “tree-o.” something I’d first seen in the had a fine set of fleshy roots. We’ve
Democrat Every time he tries to make tion is for the Democrats to give (1) There is a local country road University of Minnesota Landscape carefully watered it each day and
running in nice with the Republicans he in on cuts to the budget and the that has undergone a few transfor- Arboretum many, many years ago. last Friday evening I discovered a
the 2008 pri- gets hit in the face with a cream Republicans to let go of the Bush mations over the years. There are This one is known by its common healthy set of fresh leaves poking
maries, and pie. That’s not leadership; that’s tax cuts for rich people. That’s a number of spots along its length name, leather flower, or its botani- up from the ground. Whee! Rescue
I thought he masochism. pretty much the formula neutral that have been clear cut. I was cal name, Clematis pitcheri. The successful!!! Needless to say, the area
was far supe- Which, of course, is exactly observers come up with when pained at first, wondering what this species has lavender, vase-shaped where we dug it from has now been
rior to John what my progressive friends they discuss deficit cuts. would do to the bank full of Christ- flowers and has been collected from bladed down to the bare, red clay.
McCain in have been arguing for the past 18 Another thing neutral observ- mas ferns. They slowed down a bit, only a few counties in the Ozark and (2) The day before this was not
the general election. I still think months. Why doesn’t he articu- ers agree on is that not raising but they survived; it did, however, Ouachita Mountain regions. as happy. I’m sensitive to wasp
that. (By the way, did you hear late what he believes in and stand the debt ceiling would be a disas- provide space and sunlight to seeds What a treat it was to first see this stings and managed to inadver-
the latest on McCain? He blamed up for it, they keep asking. ter of enormous proportions. that had been dormant for many a little vine, in flower and abundance, tently encroach in some of the
the forest fires consuming the I’m running out of answers to But I’m not sure Republicans year. They grow. This happens and beside the road! I made it a point insects’ territory, coming out of the
southwest on undocumented that question. see it that way. happen it did. to someday collect a plant or some deal with a sore, swollen paw and
immigrants. When he opens What, is he afraid he’ll make They seem to be willing to At one point there was a large seeds from it. Somewhere along the a trip to the clinic. I’m better now,
his mouth these days, you don’t conservatives mad? You can’t let the economy go smash if colony of crested iris that sur- line I have developed scruples about but it was a bit scary.
know whether to laugh or cry.) make conservatives madder than they don’t get their way, which prised passersby. As the forest has such things, but there might be (3) This past Saturday was a
I’ve defended Obama against they already are. They wake up consists of continuing to build regrown, these have receded into circumstances. A number of weeks rummage sale at church at which I
his right-wing enemies (that was mad in the morning and spend a society of great private wealth the background. There have been ago this became an urgent thing. had promised to help. I also realized
easy because their charges were the rest of the day getting really and equally great public pov- Indian pinks, fire pinks, several At one end of this road there were that the only other rummage sale
ludicrous), and I’ve defended ticked off. erty: a society with rotten public types of phlox (some escaped from all sorts of road grading vehicles. here in Dover I’d participated in was
him against many of his allies on If he fears alienating potential schools, pathetic public transpor- gardens), wild hyacinth, trout lilies, Someone had decided to be progres- at this same location twenty-some
the left (people who yearn for a voters he should consider this: tation, and crummy infrastruc- trillium, bloodroot, many species sive and widen the road, clearing the years ago. First thing in the morn-
Ralph Nader-Dennis Kucinich People like leaders who aren’t ture. of violets – I’m leafing through ditches of vegetation in the process. ing it was overcast with a slight
presidential ticket). walking around with whipped Those are the stakes in the Carl Hunter’s book, Wildflowers of Vast piles of trees, etc. are stacked breeze blowing – quite bearable.
My argument has been cream on their faces all the time. debt ceiling battle. You would Arkansas, to refresh my memory up, awaiting the removal of the burn By the time we were wrapping the
essentially this: “Yeah, his health I’m particularly worried about think that a president of Obama’s — redbuds, columbine, May apples, ban. I knew it was time for action. event up, it became hot and sunny.
care plan wasn’t good enough, the upcoming battle in Congress rhetorical skill could convince reindeer moss, once a blue star, That Saturday morning, my spouse You know the feeling!
and his stimulus package wasn’t over raising the debt ceiling. The the public that the Republicans keep a close eye on as we move helped our state end the year on a the surplus might help fund the tax
big enough, and he’s slow to get Republicans have vowed not to were razing the nation’s future forward. positive note. cuts recently put in place. What-
out of wars he’s promised to get raise the ceiling unless the presi- in favor of lining the pockets of a Already, some folks have specu- Eventually, the financial ever our action, it is important to
out of, but let’s cut the guy some dent agrees to cut the federal few fat-cat political donors. lated just how the state should cushion may be used to help plug remain cautious.
slack. He was handed a terrible budget to the bone, then remove But he can’t do it unless he spend its above-forecast funding. some existing budget holes. For Overall, I’m pleased with the
situation, with a collapsing econ- the bone. tries, and I’m not sure he’s up Although most of us see the rev- example, the state’s Medicaid apparent shape of our year-end
omy, two wars raging, and a toxic Obama in turn has vowed — I for the game. Which is why I’m enue numbers as a positive sign on budget faces a major shortfall in revenue. The last few years have
political opposition dedicated to don’t know, to negotiate, or some- worried. the road to financial recovery, we the next two years. Some leaders been tight ones for state finances,
his failure. He’s done reasonably thing. He ignores the fact that OtherWords columnist recognize this road is a slow one have suggested the revenue surplus as I’m sure they have been for your
well in difficult circumstances.” the current Republican model Donald Kaul lives in Ann Arbor, that could hold unexpected twists should be used to help there, as family’s budget. Hopefully, the
But I’m starting to have my doesn’t differentiate between Michigan. www.otherwords.org and turns. Therefore, to stay pre- we work to lower the state’s overall upswing will continue in coming
pared, we must continue the same Medicaid costs to prevent future months and as we head into the
State Capital Report by Ark. Representative John Catlett conservative budget practices that shortfalls. Others have suggested 2012 Fiscal Session in February.
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THE ATKINS CHRONICLE • WEDNESDAY, JuLY 13, 2011 •3
Casey Anthony by Marcus Kilburn
I’ll be the first to admit I’m best way to tell she was lying
addicted to what my lovely little was whenever she opened her
bride calls mouth. Casey Anthony was also
“rubber- shown to be a major party girl
neck” televi- who enjoyed dancing, drinking,
sion. I’ve and serious flirting with both
liked “Cops” men and women both before
for years. and after her daughter’s disap-
“Tru” TV has pearance. A logical motive for
many offer- her daughter’s murder was that
ings I like a child simply got in the way of
including Casey Anthony’s preferred life-
all of those style. That Casey Anthony was
“World’s a liar and something less than a
Worst” edi- June Cleaver-style mother was
tions of bad criminals, bad driv- indisputable. Based on media By Moira Murdoch graduate of Southern College No definite action was taken office at Kansas City.
ers, bad party people, stupid coverage and common sense, 35 Years Ago of Optometry at Memphis, has by the council, but Commis- B.C. Cagle and family
human tricks, brawls, riots, and her guilt was a given. From the Files of July 21, 1976 opened an office here for the sioner Haralson was instructed moved here last Thursday from
pretty much any other human This is why her being found Opposition to the new practice of optometry. He will to begin checking on the pos- London.
stupid human trick that has innocent was received with fiery method of identifying Atkins be here each Thursday and will sibilities of purchasing land Donald Godbey is attending
a good chance of doing great outrage by the general public. streets surfaced last week at the schedule additional hours if nec- in the area around the present a C.M.T. camp at Des Moines,
bodily harm. Based on the “evidence,” how on July meeting of the City Council. essary. disposal tank for use in build- Iowa for a month.
Even with this embarrassing God’s green earth could 12 ratio- Dr. and Mrs. George Malone, The annual union revival ing ponds of the type used at N.H. Bell, who has been
self-admission, I made every nal people find such a lowlife Elmo Haney and Henry Darter held each year by the Pottsville Booneville. teaching in a summer school at
attempt not to watch the media person innocent? The answer attended the meeting to voice United Methodist and Asso- At its regular meeting last the College of the Ozarks, has
circus known as the Casey it seems is every bit as logical as disapproval with Dr. Malone the ciate Reformed Presbyterian week, the council passed an completed his work and is now
Anthony murder trial. I may be the question. principal spokesman. churches is to be Sunday, July ordinance regulating the keep- at home.
the consummate rubber-neck One of the 12 jurors submit- James Neal Howard, 19, of 25, through August 1. ing of hogs and cattle in the city.
television viewer, but this media ted to an interview a few days Rt. 2 Russellville was killed 100 Years Ago
infatuation with tragic death of after the verdict was announced. Saturday when the motorcycle 50 Years Ago 75 Years Ago From the Files of July 21, 1911
an innocent 2-year old child was The young lady calmly and logi- he was riding was hit by a car From the Files of July 19, 1961 From the Files of July 17, 1936 E.A. Darr and J.M. Barker
beyond even my tasteless taste in cally explained the jury’s ratio- on state highway 326 about five Jim Carfarno now owns The interior of the Blaylock have each purchased a touring
television. Then, the not-guilty nale: “If there was a dead child miles northeast of Russellville the remaining vacant building and Knight Store building is car of the latest models and they
verdict came in and the nation’s in that trunk, does that prove on Weir Road. on Broadway Avenue between being remodeled this week in are beauties.
broadcast media bombarded us how she died? No idea, still no The 1926 class of Atkins Dover and Church streets. order to give more room for Atkins can now boast of
with all things Casey and Caylee idea. If you’re going to charge High School will meet this week Plans for relieving the sewer more floor space. The parti- having eight automobiles and
Anthony. someone with murder, don’t you end for a 50-year reunion. A problem in Atkins were dis- tion in the back of the building all of them are first class cars
One headline called it the have to know how they killed banquet will be served at 6 p.m. cussed at a special council is being torn out and the main in their makes. Atkins has more
Social Media Trial of the Century. someone or why they might have Saturday at the Ramada Inn in meeting, held Tuesday for that store building will extend prac- cars than any town between Fort
That’s probably a little melodra- killed someone, or have some- Russellville and plans are to purpose. tically the entire length of the Smith and Little Rock.
matic, but underscores the atten- thing where, when, why, how? meet at 8:30 Sunday morning Officials have been named building. Only a small space Dr. Mason has put in a new
tion given the Casey Anthony Those are important questions. for breakfast together at the and the schedule listed for the will be left for the cream station livery barn in Peter Arts’ barn.
trial. Anthony was accused of They were not answered.” same place. 1961 Pope County Fair, sched- and store room. Joe Gray will have charge of the
murdering her 2-year-old daugh- In their rush to sensationalize The Jaycees met Wednesday uled for September 13-15 at the H.M. Jacoway, of Little Rock, barn.
ter, Caylee, in 2008. The circum- the tragic death of an innocent night in the meeting room of the fairgrounds in Russellville. former congressman from this John P. Lewis, the present
stances of little Caylee’s death are child the national media forget Bank of Atkins to plan future “Story Hour” at the Atkins district, has been appointed assessor, has about decided to
bizarre to say the least. Haylee the basics in a murder trial. activities. Public Library began Monday, by the Social Security Board enter the race at the next elec-
had been missing 30 days before Before you can convict someone Dr. Robert W. Smalling, a July 17. as legal advisor in the regional tion as assessor.
Casey reported her absence. of murder, the prosecution must
During these 30 days Casey was
seen cavorting with friends and
first prove a murder was com-
mitted. The prosecution proved
Pleasant Grove by Pat LaRue Carlton Jenke at McAlister,
Okla. They enjoyed a good visit
Monday morning to attend
church camp at Hot Springs.
partying like it was 1999. Caylee’s that Casey Anthony was a liar, Hope everyone had a good 13th- Johnathan McClain, 14th before the Jenkes returned They will return Friday.
body was eventually found near bad mother, and user of people week. It sure was hot, but thank – Lesa McCormick and Terry “T” to their Dallas area home. Amy Teeter left laast Sunday
Casey Anthony’s parents’ home. but they did not prove her to be a the Lord for fans. I have heard Duvall, 15th – Dillon Deal, 16th Danny and Carless returned with a youth group from Grace
The corpse was duct-taped and murderer because they failed to a lot of the older generation say – Benny Parks, 18th – Haley home Sunday afternoon. Baptist Church to attend a SOAR
enclosed in a heavy plastic bag. prove a murder had been com- it was the Dog days of Summer. Goates. Happy birthday every- Gladys Bunton and son Michael (Sold Out and Radical) church
Casey Anthony was eventually mitted. Had the prosecution Probably so doggone hot they one and wish you many more. enjoyed Sunday lunch together. convention in San Antonio. They
charged with Caylee’s murder. paid a little more attention to couldn’t stand it! Pat LaRue and Denise Duvall Katherine Teeter and Mary returned Thursday evening.
Anthony pleaded innocent to all what they learned in law school Bill and Anna LaRue, Pat went to Buttermilk church Creemer enjoyed a Sunday Congratulations to the Leslie
charges. and a little less attention to what LaRue, Danny and Donella Sunday evening . Brother Phillip afternoon lunch at La Huerta Oates family of Pottsville, who
During the trial Casey they were seeing every night on Willis, Rufus and Louise Wells, Collie is the pastor over there. after Katherine gve platelets at have been selected as the Dis-
Anthony was exposed as a CNN, the verdict might have Joyce Metz and Clara Dotson It was good to see everyone. It the Red Cross. trict Farm Family of the Year.
habitual liar. Basically, the been different. attended the singing Saturday won’t be long until Conner has Sue Roberts S. J. Robertson, They were previously selected as
night at Kenwood. It was good, a little brother. Rachel, you look Charles and Jean Oates and Ben Pope County Farm Family of the
and Terry and Denise Duvall beautiful. We are all praying for and Nina Rice attended the Pope Year and will now be considered
Prostate Cancer Update the pastors were proud we all
all of you. It was good to see some
friends I went to school with.
County Historical Association
meeting Friday night at Saint
for the Arkansas Farm Family of
By David Bachman, M.D. as tumor growth and proliferation The Pleasant Grove Assem- Don’t forget Vacation Bible Mary’s. Doyle and Peggy Cook Steve, Kassen, Jace Sears,
One of the leading cancers although the study did not analyze bly had a fish fry Friday night. It School, Panda Mania will be presented the program on Alad- Angel Sawyer and Wendell and
among men around the world is the causes behind the association. was well attended and had some July 25-29 from 6 to 9 p.m. at din lamps. Shirlene Sears went to Bran-
prostate cancer. The exact cause The study, largest of its kind awful good food. Thanks to the the assembly. All of the little Sue Roberts visited Jewel son Saturday to meet Steve’s
of this malignancy is not known; to date, had some good news for men of the church for cooking ones are welcome. Rodden last week at the Darda- brother, Stan Sears, his wife
however, certain things are consid- men who stopped smoking - they the fish and to the ladies who Thought for the week: “Great- nelle Nursing Home. Elaine and children Paige and
ered risk factors. found those men who had been made some delicious side dishes ness lies not in being strong, but Robert and Brianna Teeter Erin from Billings, Mont. They
Various researchers have smoke-free for at least 10 years had and desserts. in the right use of strength.” and a number of other young enjoyed visiting and going to
expressed smoking could be one of the same odds of dying from pros- Birthdays this week are: Eph.6:10. people from the Pottsville Silver Dollar City before return-
these risk factors – not only caus- tate cancer (and prostate cancer Assembly of God Church left ing home Sunday.
Pottsville • by Katherine Ann Teeter
ing this cancer, but aggravating the recurrence) as men who had never
condition in those men stricken
with the disease.
Also, research has shown smok-
Those who had stopped smok-
ing for less than 10 years at the The Pottsville EH Club will son Jeff Creemer of Sherwood.
Cattlemen to meet July 14
ing worsens the side effects of pros- time of their diagnosis and smoked meet Friday, July 15, at 1:30 They and Katherine Teeter ate The Pope County Cattlemen’s Rogers Equipment of Scranton
tate cancer therapy. twenty or more pack years (350 p.m. at the Pottsville Method- at Subway before Jeff returned Association will meet this Thurs- and Mark Wedel of Ouachita
There are several ways smoking packs of cigarettes) had risks that ist Church fellowship hall for home. day, July 14, at 7 p.m. at the Rus- Livestock Market of Ola who
helps progress prostate cancer – it were similar to active smokers. the regular monthly meeting. Logan Eoff spent Thursday sellville First Assembly of God will present the program. All
may influence progression through “In summary, smoking at his Dianna Roberson will serve as night with his grandparents, Church fellowship hall for the members, their families and any
a process that affects certain genes time of diagnosis was associated hostess and present the pro- Milton and Lachresia Eoff. regular monthly meeting. The interested persons are encour-
in the body and also likely alters with substantially increased over- gram, “Update of Dietary Guide- Danny and Carless Teeter and beef brisket meal will be spon- aged to attend. Members are
your hormonal balance by creat- all mortality and prostate cancer lines.” grandchildren Conner, Emma sored by Ryan Rogers of Ross asked to bring potluck desserts.
SW Atkins Water group
ing an environment conductive to mortality and recurrence.” The Carolyn Sears enjoyed a and Kara Jenke, Cheyenne
tumor growth. authors wrote. “These results pro- week’s visit from her daughter, Teeter and children Robert, Bri-
Smoking can also increase
the amount of steroid hormones,
vide further support that smoking
may increase risk of death from
Karen Moyer, and granddaugh-
ter Cheyenne of Kirksville, Mo.
anna and Jaylie Teeter and Zach
West enjoyed a trip to Alma and announces annual meeting
androgens, which can fuel the prostate cancer.” They left Friday after visiting the water park Friday. The annual meeting of names have been submitted
growth of malignant prostate cells Coffee and Prostate Cancer with many friends and relatives Danny and Carless Teeter the Southwest Atkins Water – Ron Laurence and Major Rud-
in the body. Regular coffee drinkers appear who dropped by. and three grandchildren left Users’ Association will be at 7 dell. Four $25 gift cards will be
Cadmium is a human carci- to lower their risk for prostate Mary Creemer enjoyed a Saturday morning to meet p.m. Tuesday, July 19, at 1380 given as door prizes for members
nogenic metal that inhibits DNA cancer, especially the lethal form, Saturday evening visit from her daughter Leanne and husband Bell’s Chapel West, at the Ada’s who are eligible to vote and are
repair in your body, which allows according to a recent research Bell’s Chapel Assembly of God present for the entire meeting.
cancer cells to mutate and multiply. report. ers report. Bigot says. “The results were Church. The site will be open from
Also, cadmium in tobacco is a Lorelei Mucci, ScD, MPH, asso- The dogs used were Belgium pretty remarkable although it An election will be held prior 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. for voting
heavy metal that interacts with zinc ciate professor of epidemiology Malinois, a shepherd breed used for doesn’t sound like a very practical to the meeting for the two board for the annual meeting, which
which is in the prostate – this com- at the Harvard School of Public detecting bombs and drugs. method for screening urine sam- positions that are open. Two begins at 7 p.m.
bination leads to prostate cancer. Health, found during the follow- The canines were used to iden- ples for prostate cancer.” However,
The relationship between pros- up, those who drank the greatest
tify urine from patients with con- the researchers hope to identify
tate cancer and smoking has been amount of coffee had about a 20% firmed prostate cancer and then which chemical the dog is read-
bandied about for years. lower risk of developing prostate discriminate those samples from ing to in order to develop a better Creamy Rigatoni with Bacon
The last review of the Surgeon cancer. urine from healthy men. screen’s test for prostate cancer.
General concluded the link between Coffee protected even more After about year of training, the Conclusion – Obesity and Ingredients and rest
smoking and prostate cancer was against the most lethal form of dog was put to the test. cigarette smoking have long been 8 oz. rigatoni pasta of ingredi-
probable. prostate cancer. During 11 runs, the dog faced known as two enormous risks for 5 slices bacon crumbled ents. Then
Several research studies have Those drinking one to three six urine samples which came from many diseases, both malignant and ½ red onion, sliced add pasta,
shown that men under the age of 65 cups a day, the risk of lethal prostate a man with prostate cancer. non-malignant. Many who ignore 1 cup drained pitted green and add
who smoke a pack of cigarettes a day cancer declined 29% compared to The dog’s mission was to sit these repeated health warnings and black olives cheeses
for 40 years are at a 100% increased that of nondrinkers. Those drink- in front of the urine it considers endure long suffering and early 1 tsp. grated lemon zest last. Chill,
risk of developing the more aggres- ing six or more cups a day found cancer. deaths. Salt/pepper to taste then serve.
sive form of prostate cancer as com- the risk of deadly prostate cancer In 66 testes, the dog was cor- Now prostate cancer has been 1 cup ricotta cheese Tip: You
pared to nonsmokers. was reduced by 60% compared to rect 63 times. There were three added to that lengthy list of dis- Parmesan cheese shavings can use
Also, compared to nonsmok- nondrinkers. In a large pot, cook pasta. any type of Brandy Pitts
false positives, in which the dog eases brought on by smoking.
ers, current smokers face a 40% Surprisingly, this reduced mistakenly identified samples from Changing lifestyles are most dif- Then drain and set aside. In a small pasta
increase in the risk of prostate risk held for both caffeinated and healthy men as being cancerous. ficult tasks, but possible with perse- large bowl, add cooked bacon you like.
cancer. decaffeinated coffee – leading the There were no false positives. verance. By not doing so, they pay
Recently, researchers from researchers to speculate it is not the And one of the three false posi- dearly for their transgressions.
Harvard University, writing in the caffeine that provides the protec- tives might not have been false, Procrastination plays a key role
Journal of the American Medical tion. when the man who provided the in changing one’s habits. Subscribe Online
Association, analyzed data from The above study was published urine ample had another biopsy But remember, procrastination www.atkinschronicle.com
5,000 men diagnosed with cancer in the Journal of the National and it turned out to have prostate is a thief of time and just another
of the prostate from 1986 and Cancer Institute. cancer. way of concealing cowardice.
2006. In addition, other research stud-
Those researchers found the ies found coffee can lower the risk
men who smoked at the time of their of type 2 diabetes, gallstones, liver COuRTHOuSE NEWS
prostate cancer was diagnosed, had cancer and Parkinson’s disease.
a twofold increased risk for overall The combination of smoking Marriage Licenses Granted Morrilton, and Mashaya Chris- James Edward Shockley, 30, Amanda Cardenas v. Jeremy
mortality. Also, the smokers had a and obesity further adds to the risk Skyler Robert Cobin Bewley, tene Caldwell, 22, Morrilton Atkins, and Heather J. Hughes, Cardenas, divorce
61% increased risk that their pros- for deadly prostate cancer. 17, and Tiffany Michele Staggs, Timothy Anthony S. Keeling, 29, Atkins (7-06) Donald Lee Moss Jr., v. Linda
tate cancer would return after ini- Avoiding smoking and main- 21, Atkins 18, Atkins, and Elizabeth Ellen Circuit Court Cases Filed Kay Moss, divorce
tial treatment. taining a healthy weight are among Jeffrey Scott Byrd, 21, Rus- Ruffin, 22, Atkins (Domestic) Circuit Court Cases Filed
Stacey Kenfield, a research the surest ways to stay prostate sellville, and Amber Noel Talley, Shane M. Lenhardt, 26, Rus- Arkansas Office of Child (Civil)
associate with the Harvard School healthy. 20, Russellville sellville, and Ashley N. McNair, Support Enforcement (AOCSE) Federal National Mortgage
of Public Health, and the research Dogs and Prostate Cancer Clay Alan Chronister, 22, 26, Russellville and Veronica d. McClanahan v. Association v. Patrick Park or
study’s lead author, said, “I think Researchers, led by Jean-Nico- Russellville, and Megan Nicole Jack Nanthalansy, 31, Rus- Gordon L. Perry Sean Park and/or occupants
there is sufficient evidence avail- las Cornu, MD of Tenon Hospital in Wright, 20, Russellville sellville, and Tamara Dawn AOCSE and Kimberly M. of 102 Park Place, Russellville,
able to now conclusively state that France, used dogs to detect prostate Jeremy Louis Curtis, 24, Spearman, 23, Russellville Byrum v. Justin G. Eakin, sup- unlawful detainer
smoking is related to prostate cancer in the urine from patients Atkins, and Cari Nicole Thomp- Toby Edward Pitts, 48, Atkins, port Joel Tippit v. Altman Enter-
cancer progression.” with the confirmed malignancy. son, 23, Atkins and Donnia Gail Lemons, 48, Thomas J. Stewart v. Jessica prises, Inc., Terry Altman and
He said the correlation could be In early tests, the approach pro- Louis Alan Hardy, 18, Dover, Atkins Stewart, divorce Terri Altman, individually and
because the nicotine in cigarettes duced fewer false positives than and Felicia Ann Michelle Rocky Lee Reaves, 35, Brian James Dunbar v. Cyn- as owners of Altman Enter-
induces the formation of new blood would be expected with the com- McCloud, 18, Dover London, and Marsha Charlene thia Marie Rodgers and Terry prises, Inc., injunction, posses-
vessels and capillary growth as well monly-used PSA test, the research- Raymond Ray Jordan Jr., 24, Johnson, 40, London Rodgers, paternity sion of property (287)
4• The ATkins ChroniCle • WeDnesDAY, JulY 13, 2011
Bible School planned at Mt. Vernon
CHURCHCOMMUNITY Bible School planned at Jerusalem
Mt. Vernon Freewill Baptist We are looking forward to Class of ‘91 planning reunion The Jerusalem Church of continues today for those who
Church would like to invite you spending time with you in worship Christ will have its Vacation are willing to spend time build-
The Atkins High School Barre Shannon, Wesley Tack- Bible School each evening, July
to join us for Truth Quest B. with the Lord. Call and invite your ing a relationship with Him.
Class of 1991 is seeking con- ett, Doug Duvall, Tommy 17-21, at 7-8:30 p.m.
O.O.T. C.A.M.P. Vacation Bible friends. They will have a great time Classes for all ages – 2-3 years
tact information for a class Moore and Jennifer Bratton The theme is “Upside ‘Down
School. It will be a Biblical Out- also. VBS will be July 17-22, starting old to adult – will be offered.
reunion. have been working on the Under’” and will be true experi-
look & Outreach Training. This at 6:15 pm each night. If you need Refreshments will be served
The reunion is planned for plans for the reunion. ences from the New Testament
week’s VBS will be based on Eph. a ride, please call 284-4778. If you each evening. All are invited to
homecoming in September, Please contact the e-mail where Jesus changed lives.
6:13. We have classes starting at need more details call 264-4055. come and joint the congregation
2011. Please send your contact address for further informa- This possibility of change
0-teens. There will be singing, We are located north of Atkins at the Jerusalem VBS.
information to bshannon@ tion and if you would like to
playing games, snacks each night, on Buttermilk Road. Take 105
centurylink.net. help in the planning of the
and lots, lots of fun and most of
all worshiping and learning about
north. Turn on St. Joe Road and
follow the signs. We are looking A committee consisting of reunion. Shady Grove fund-raiser, clean up
our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. forward in seeing you! Patrons of Shady Grove Cem- Donations are sought to help
VBS at Oak Grove FWB Church Sweet Home to hold monthly singing etery are asked to come to a work
day the third Saturday of each
with this project. If you have family
or friends buried at Shady Grove
The Sweet Home Freewill Brother Jimmy Lee Chronis- month. They can bring tools and would like to help, please mail
Join us in Hometown Naza- called God Sightings. Hometown
Baptist Church will have their ter invites everyone to attend. and come help at 7 or 8 a.m. your tax-deductible contributions
reth, where we’ll explore what life Nazareth will run from Sunday,
monthly singing Friday evening, Refreshments will be served The Shady Grove Cemetery to one of the following:
was like when Jesus was a kid. July 24 to Friday, July 29. The
July 15, at 7 p.m. after the singing. is in need of some maintenance Nina Chronister, 1147 St. Joe
We will visit the marketplace, celebration begins at 6 p.m. each
that requires more money than Road, Atkins, AR 72823; Delois
laugh as we play games, visit
with Jesus’ mom, Mary, and have
night and ends approximately at
8:30 p.m. Mt. View FWB welcomes new pastors what is in the existing fund. Burnett, P. O. Box 305, Atkins,
For more information or if The Mountain View Free Will Pastor Larry Hartwick, Sr. and There are some trees that need AR 72823; or Doris Peugh, 1001
a great time during celebration/
you need a ride, please call Feller Baptist Church would like to youth pastor Domonic Adams to be cut and the chain link NE Ave. 4 Place, Atkins, AR
music time. Plus, everyone learns
Chambers at 264-2579 or Hollie welcome their new pastor, Larry welcome everybody to come and fence needs a lot of repair. Also, 72823.
to look for evidence of God all
Brown at 641-5250. Hartwick, Sr. and new youth attend the services. patrons would like to design and For more information call
around them through something
pastor, Domonic Adams. To reach the church, take State install a sign at the entrance of 641-7284, Nina; 641-1200,
Scholarship Fund announces Mountain View Free Will Bap- Hwy. 105 north of Atkins to 247, the cemetery. Doris; or 641-2408, Delois.
14th Annual Catfish Fund-raiser
tist Church has services every
Sunday at 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
turn onto 247 and go 2.3 miles to
Hartwick Lane. Turn onto Hart- Hector Alumni Banquet Aug. 5
as well as a Tuesday night service wick Lane and go straight up the The Hector Alumni Banquet teachers, former classmates, and
The Pope and Yell County scholarship fund, which has at 7 p.m. mountain 1.8 miles to the church. will be Aug. 5, at the Hector School spouses of our deceased class-
Single Parent Scholarship Fund given over 550 scholarships
is pleased to announce their 14th
Annual Shrimp and Catfish Fest.
worth over $350,000 to single
parents going to college in the
Vacation Bible School at Zion Cafeteria in Hector at 6 p.m.
The Class of 1961 will host the
mates to the alumni banquet.
James Helton will serve as the
The event will be held on
Friday, July 22, at the First
19 years of its existence. This
spring the scholarship fund
Lutheran Church, July 18-22 banquet in conjunction with our
50th-year anniversary. The class
master of ceremony.
If you have any questions call
Zion Lutheran Church at Trinity Hope that builds schools of 1961 would like to invite former 479-967-3506.
United Methodist Church of gave 34 scholarships totaling
Russellville at 301 S. Commerce $23,800 of assistance. Augsburg will have its annual and feeds children in Haiti. The
from 5-7:30 p.m.
Ticket prices are $20 for
For tickets to the event or event-
sponsorship information, please
Vacation Bible School July 18-
22 from 6-8 p.m. for toddlers
boys and girls will be compet-
ing to see who earns the most Faucett family reunion planned
adults and children 13 and up contact fund treasurer Lisa Cochran to sixth-grade children. The for Trinity Hope. The winning The Richard and Bessie Family and friends are
and $10 for children 7–12. Chil- at 479-857-7037 or executive direc- theme for this year’s Bible School team will get to throw a pie in Faucett family is planning invited. Call Burman Fau-
dren 6 and under get in free with tor Justin Keller at 479-313-3151. is “SonSurf Beach Bash.” their VBS leader’s face. an annual family reunion cett, Story, Ark., 870-867-
a paid adult. In addition to the All proceeds of the event will Activities will include Bible The last day of Bible School on Mount Nebo, July 11-14. 3263.
great food there will also be a benefit the Pope and Yell County lessons, snacks, games, crafts, will include a children’s pro-
silent auction and door prizes. Single Parent Scholarship Fund, skits, and songs. There will be gram and ice cream social. Par-
The all-you-can-eat event a River Valley United Way part- water activities outside so we ask ents are invited to come and see Selling property? Why not finance the loan yourself?
Escrow Services of Arkansas, Inc.
is the main fund-raiser for the ner organization. that each child bring a change of what their children have done
clothes with them each evening. during VBS.
Economy & Hopewell • Margaret Wright We also ask that the children
bring an offering with them
Come and join in on the fun
at this year’s VBS. For more When you find your buyer, give us a call!
every night to VBS. All offer- information or to preregister for 968-1126 • 1-800-64TITLE • 204 West Main • Russellville
I’ve been missing some things Another visitor with us was ings will go to a charity called VBS, call 331-3277 or 264-4478.
lately, such as our historical asso- Catherine Cains’ son Bill. Willa
ciation meeting Friday night.
However, I did unexpectedly get to
go to church Sunday because Chris
Jackson brought her sister Bobbie
and Bobbie’s husband, Bill. Also,
Gary came with them, visiting
granddaughter very near Tulsa. Of
course my sister, Carolyn, her son’s
Church Directory Free holiness
told me, “I hate to knock you out of again. We had other visitors I family and most of her daughter’s Allen ChAPel AMe GolD hill BAPTisT ChurCh
rev. leon Bobo, Pastor 1st & 3rd sundays James Boren, Pastor Phone 641-2777 • sunday
going to church, so I’ll stay with didn’t get to meet, but we were very family live there. Carolyn’s grand-
Pastor, rev. Byron Miller • 2nd & 4th sundays
sunday school 10 a.m.• Worship 11 a.m.
sunday school 10 a.m. • Worship 11 a.m. school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • satur-
day evening 6:30 • sunday evening 5:30 p.m.
Jeff today.” It was Chris’ turn to go glad to have them all with us. Bro. son, Will, was visiting Carolyn BeThAnY MissionArY BAPTisT ChurCh
Pine riDGe FreeWill BAPTisT ChurCh ATkins ChurCh oF AssuMPTion
to church and for me to stay home Charlie gave a powerful message, from the Phoenix area when she hank Duvall, Pastor • Phone: 641-7721
Morris Cloud, interim Pastor • sunday school
10 a.m. • Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening rev. ernest hardesty, Pastor • sunday Morning
with Jeff, so I really appreciated Joann Baker and I played organ called Saturday. She commented sunday Morning 10 a.m.• sunday night 5:30 Worship 5 p.m. Mass 8:30 a.m. • holy Days Vigil (evening) 6 p.m.
• holy Days 8 a.m. • Wednesday (evening) • 5:30
Chris’ offer. and piano, and Charles Baker led that Will was used to the heat,
p.m. • Wednesday 7 p.m.
ATkins FirsT FreeWill BAPTisT p.m. • Tues., Wed.8 a.m.
We had a good group in Sunday the singing. It was a good service. being from Phoenix! I asked if Will hoPeWell BAPTisT ChurCh (sBC)
rev. Charlie Bird, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m.
Pastor, Johnny McCoy 890-5328 • sunday school
10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • CTs 6 p.m.
ATkins ChurCh oF ChrisT
school. Richard Holcomb taught Jeff and I went to the hospital at had missed that big dust cloud that • sunday Worship11 a.m. • Bible study sunday 6 • Wednesday 7 p.m.
neal Chism, Minister • Bible Classes 9:45 a.m. •
Worship service 10:45 a.m. • evening Worship 5
the men’s class, Dianne Strain Conway Thursday for Jeff to have enveloped Phoenix for some time
ATkins ChrisTiAn CenTer
p.m. • Wed. night service 7 p.m. • Tues.ladies
Bible Class 11 a.m.
took the ladies’ class (I couldn’t an MRI of the brain to try to deter- this week. Carolyn said Will had ADorATion ChurCh (east end of Crow Moun-
tain) • Charley Casto, Pastor • sunday Morning 10
205 Ave. one ne robert norman, sr., Pastor
sunday morning 10 a.m. • Children's Church PoTTsVille ChurCh oF ChrisT
contribute much because of lar- mine the cause of his seizures and just left Phoenix before it hit. That a.m. • sunday evining 6 p.m. 10:30 a.m. • sunday evening 6 p.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. • evening Worship
yngitis), and Susie Bird taught the to have a bone density test. The was perfect timing. hAPPY VAlleY AsseMBlY oF GoD Bells ChAPel FreeWill BAPTisT
6:30 p.m. • Wednesday night 7:30 p.m.
children’s class. neurologist’s office called Friday My friend in Tulsa, Joe Max-
rev. henry Bateman, Pastor • sunday Morning
Prayer 9:30 a.m. • sunday school 10 a.m. • Wor-
elvis Clark, Pastor • sunday school 9:45 a.m.
• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • sunday evening
heCTor ChurCh oF ChrisT
randy Gray, minister • 967-1562 • 366 oak st. •
We had a lot of visitors Sunday. with the good news that Jeff’s MRI field, had a birthday Monday, so I ship service 11 a.m. • Monday evening Prayer 7 Worship 4 p.m. Worship sundays 2 and 7:30 p.m.• Bible study
p.m. • sun. evening Worship 6 p.m. • Wednesday
Some of our visitors were from Sam turned out “fine” with “no tumors called him to say “Happy birthday.” Family night7 p.m. DoVer FreeWill BAPTisT
Tues and Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
and Inez Young’s family, who had or anything.” As of this writing Joe, his wife, Jeanette, and I all ATkins AsseMBlY oF GoD
herbert Tilley, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m.
• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening service 6
Bells ChAPel ChurCh oF ChrisT
robert hearne, Minister • sunday school 10 a.m.
come to celebrate Sam’s and Inez’s Monday morning we haven’t heard went to college together, and they Pastor Brian ryals • sunday school 9:45 a.m. •
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening Worship 6
p.m.• Wednesday service 7 p.m. • Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening Worship
birthdays. Six of their grandchil- the results of the Dexa Scan (bone have remained my dear friends all p.m. • Wednesday service 7 p.m. radio services heCTor FreeWill BAPTisT
6 p.m. • Wed. night service 7 p.m.
dren sang a special for us, “How density test.) Dr. Schluterman these years. They are the ones I
saturday mornings at 11:30 a.m. AM1490 kevin haralson, Pastor 967-4152 • sunday school
10 a.m. • Worship service 1 a.m. • sunday •
sT. John's luTherAn—russellVille
Darrell kobs, Pastor • sunday school 9 a.m. •
Great Thou Art,” which is Sam’s told us that two of Jeff’s long-term went to the music camp in Waco,
Bells ChAPel AsseMBlY oF GoD
Chad Duvall, Pastor • sunday school 9.45 a.m. • evening 6 p.m. • Wednesday evening 7 p.m. sunday Worship 10:15 a.m.
favorite song. This was a surprise anti-seizure prescriptions can Texas, with two summers ago. We Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening service 6
kenWooD FreeWill BAPTisT ATkins uniTeD MeThoDisT
p.m.• Wednesday service7 p.m.
for Sam. His comment after the cause bone deterioration, so he had a great time and it was benefi- Pastor Carrell hanna, Jr. • sunday school 10 a.m.
• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • sunday evening
Danyelle Ditmer, Pastor • sunday school 9:45
BlACkWell Full GosPel AsseMBlY a.m. • Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.
song was, “Amen!” The congrega- had ordered the Dexa Scan. cial musically, too. sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. 6 p.m. • Wednesday evening 6 p.m.
tion also had sung “Happy Birth- I heard on Little Rock TV Sat- Our good neighbors, James • evening Woship 6 p.m. • Wednesday night
7:30 p.m. MAPle sPrinGs Free Will BAPTisT
PoTTsVille uniTeD MeThoDisT
Millie Bryant, Pastor • Morning Worship 11 a.m. •
day” to Sam and Inez. Another of urday that Tulsa was expecting a and Loretta Tyson, came over Sat- David Downum, Pastor 970-9041
• sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11
Church school 9:45 a.m. • Choir Practice 4 p.m.
CeDAr GroVe AsseMBlY oF GoD • Bible study 5 p.m.
our members, Wilma Holcomb, high of 107° Sunday. If that hap- urday bringing some produce out rev. Bob Judkins 1024 rock hollow rd., hector a.m. • sunday service 6 p.m.
had a birthday this week but was pened, it would be a record for of James’ garden. We are really
sunday school 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship 11
a.m. • evening Worship 6 p.m. • Wednesday hArMonY FreeWill BAPTisT ChurCh
Bells ChAPel uniTeD MeThoDisT
Danyelle Ditmer, Pastor • sunday school 10:30
ill and couldn’t make it to church. them for that date. I have a son, enjoying this wonderful fresh night 6 p.m. sunday school 10 a.m. • Worship 11 a.m. •
evening 6 p.m.
a.m. • Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.
Wilma is very faithful, and we are daughter, grandson and grand- food. Thanks so much, James and MACeDoniA AsseMBlY oF GoD hillCresT PenTeCosTAl Ch. oF GoD
praying for her. daughter in Tulsa, with another Loretta!
sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11
a.m. • Young People 7 p.m. • evening Worship
Pine hill CoMMuniTY ChurCh
robert heflin, Pastor
rev. Bob and Pat Branch, Pastors 284-4540 •
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 • sunday evening 6 p.m. • Monday Prayer Meet-
a.m., 6 p.m. • Wednesday 7 p.m. ing 7 p.m. • Wednesday 7 p.m.
MorelAnD AsseMBlY oF GoD
Mike Chisum, Pastor • sunday school 9:45 MorelAnD uniTeD MeThoDisT ChurCh APPleTon CuMBerlAnD PresBYTeriAn
a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. James shinn, Pastor • sunday Worship 9:45 a.m. richard Falbo, Pastor 331-3187 • sunday school
evening service 6 p.m. • Wednesday night 7 p.m. 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • Bible study
oAk GroVe FreeWill BAPTisT 5 p.m. • Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30 p.m.
CornersTone AsseMBlY oF GoD Mark simmons, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m. •
ervin Petty, Pastor 641-2229 • Worship 11 a.m. • Children's Church 11:30 a.m. •
sunday school 10 a.m. • Worship 11 a.m. • All sAinTs ePisCoPAl
sunday evening 6 p.m. • Wednesday night7 p.m. Fr. Jose Tharakan, rector, 501 s. Phoenix, rus-
wm's,men's, ministry, yth 5 p.m. • Worship 6 p.m. •
Wednesday worship 7 p.m. sellville, sunday Worship at 8 & 10:30; sunday
PoTTsVille Free Will BAPTisT ChurCh school 9:30; Youth at 5:30
PoTTsVille AsseMBlY oF GoD sunday Morning 10 a.m. • sunday evening 5 p.m.
rev. sam Austin, Pastor • sunday school 9:30 ATkins MeMoriAl PresBYTeriAn
a.m.• Worship service 10:35 a.m. MT. Vernon FreeWill BAPTisT north Church street (Downtown) • Gail Murdoch,
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.
rehoBoTh AsseMBlY oF GoD p.m. • Wedn. Bible & J.Team 6:45 p.m.
rev. Phillip C. Collie ii, Pastor • sunday school MArs hill CuMBerlAnD PresBYTeriAn
10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m • evening sT. Joe FreeWill BAPTisT rev. Bill Moody, Pastor 968-7722 • sunday
service 5 p.m. • Wednesday night study 7 p.m. rev. Jim Mcnutt, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m. school 10 a.m. • Worship service 11 a.m.
• Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. • evening service
souTh neW hoPe AsseMBlY oF GoD 5:30 p.m. • evening Worship 6 p.m. PoTTsVille PresBYTeriAn
norman Chenowith, Pastor • sunday school 9:45 rev. howard Wheeler, Pastor • Church school
a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening service FAiTh hArVesT FelloWshiP 9:45 a.m.• Morning Worship 11 a.m. • Youth
6 p.m. • Wednesday service 7 p.m. revs. Brad and Cindy short • sunday service Fellowship 6 p.m.
10:30 a.m. • Children's Church 10:30 a.m. •
WelCoMe hill AsseMBlY oF GoD sunday evening 6 p.m. • sunday Youth service 6 PAlMeTTo ChurCh
Pastor,steven schlinker • sunday school 9:45 p.m. • Wednesday service 7:30 p.m. Jackie Townsell, Pastor • sunday school 10 a.m.
a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening Wor- • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • evening Worship
ship 6 p.m. • Wednesday-Young People 7 p.m. sWeeT hoMe FreeWill BAPTisT 5 p.m.
rev. Jimmy Chronister, Pastor • sunday Morning
ATkins FirsT BAPTisT 10 a.m. • sunday night 6 p.m. • Friday night uniTeD PenTeCosTAl ChurCh oF ATkins
scott Tyler, pastor • sunday school 9:45 a.m. singing 7 p.m. Bro. Wayne long, Pastor • 502 n.e. 4th street •
• 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 MounTAin VieW FreeWill BAPTisT day service 7 p.m.
evening 7 p.m. larry hartwick, sr., Pastor Phone: 331-1015 •
PoTTsVille FirsT BAPTisT sunday Morning 10 a.m. • sunday evening 5:30 PilGriM resT MissionArY BAPT. ChurCh #2
rev. Jim huffman, Pastor 968-6233 • sunday p.m. • Tuesday night 7 p.m. happy Bend Community • rev. Paul erby, Pastor
school 10 a.m. • Morning Worship 11 a.m. • Train- • sunday school 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship 11
ing union 6 p.m. • Worship 7 p.m. • Wed.Prayer union GroVe FreeWill BAPTisT a.m. • Wednesday Prayer Meet. 7 p.m.
Meeting 7 p.m. David Bishop, Pastor • sunday school 9:45 a.m. •
Morning Worship 11 a.m. • CTs 5:30 eVAnGelisTiC FelloWshiP
heCTor FirsT BAPTisT ChurCh p.m. • evening service 6 p.m. • Wednesday night 2188 Griffin Flat rd., Atkins Jeff Weir, Pastor •
ira Taylor, Pastor Phone 284-3701 • sunday service 7 p.m. sunday school 10 a.m. • Morning service 11 a.m.
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.
• Wednesday night 7 p.m. Jonathan Mcentire, Pastor • sunday school 9:45 eVAns MounTAin Full GosPel ChurCh
a.m. • Worship service 10:30 a.m. • evening 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.
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Folks you know...
Please call Nell Warren at 641-7508 if you have news.
Clarence and Nina Haymes of Byrnside and husband Jack
Little Rock spent Saturday with from Columbus, Georgia and
Emma Brock. They took Ann all of their six children: Frank
Goodall out to eat and celebrate Byrnside and wife Nina from
her birthday. Fredericksburg, Virginia, David
Glenda Luter is visiting in and Michael Byrnside, Deborah
New Mexico with Wendell Eoff Algarin and husband Carlos and
and family. their children, Victor and Alli-
The Walter and Mamie Bur- son and Victor’s friend Elizabeth
nett family are having their all from Columbus, Georgia, Joe
annual family get-together Sat- Byrnside from Ozark, Alabama,
urday at the Matthews Center in Rochelle Hoffman and daugh- Safe sitters — Particpants in the Safe Sitter class were, the girl
Atkins. In the afternoon some ters Sabrina, Nicole and Danielle holding the banner: Elizebeth Riley. From left to right: Madi-
friends will be stopping by. from Mechanicsville, Maryland; son Schalk, Savanna Sims, Hannah Jones, Breanna Cady (hiding
Scholarship winners — Anthony Heathcook Graham, left, and towards the back), Anna Bloodworth and Ashton Gilbert. The two
Karisa Russell were presented a $1,500 Lottie McCracken schol- Maryann Echols, Pat and Margaret’s brothers, Warren
Eddie Parr of Little Rock and Barge and wife Mary Ann and girls at the top by the banner from left to right: Logan Smith and
arship each by Donna Horne of the Pope County Retired Teachers Kaley Jones. From left to right: Selby Bailey, David Abston, Emma
Association. Both are upperclassmen at Arkansas Tech majoring in Maxine Finley of Russellville their son Aaron and wife Claudia
visited Heartsill and Virginia and girls Esmeralda and Elena, Whitlow, Makaylah Hughes and Airial Maddox. The class was spon-
education. sored by Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center and the U of A Coop-
Burnett last week on June 30. all from Greenwood, Arkan-
Joyce Moore of Conway, sas and Ralph Barge and wife erative Extension Service.
Mary Whitington of Mablevale Melba, from Damascus, Ark.,
and Phyllis Christsen of Mau- their son Jesse from Oklahoma
Pope County Police reports
melle were luncheon guests of City, Okla. and daughter Amy Several incidents of thefts had left in a black Ford Focus.
Heartsill and Virginia Wednes- and her husband Stuart from and vandalism were reported It was a Blackberry Curve 9300
day, July 6. North Little Rock, and Allan’s to the Pope County Sheriff’s cell pone ($250). Deputy Gary
Heartsill and Virginia Bur- nephew Eric Motley and wife Office in recent days. Cobb took the report.
nett visited her brother, David Jennifer from Atkins. · A resident of Mill Creek · A worker at Valley Health
Moore and wife, Bobbie, in David’s friend Jason Jacovelli Road reported a burglary on Services of Hector reported
Russellville Thursday evening. and wife Jen and their children June 30 while she was gone that two windows had been
Their grandchildren, Lauren Sarah Elizabeth and Samuel, between 9 a.m. and noon. Miss- tampered with between July 1
and Scott France and Madeline their parents and friends and ing items included a Wii game and July 5 but the suspects had
Moore, of Plano, Texas, were vis- Doug Virden, all from Little set and 4 controllers ($219), not entered the facility. Deputy
iting them. Rock. Local friends attend- several Wii games ($300), and Darin Kirkland took the report.
Landrum and Janelle ing were Paul and Pat Duvall, a black Apple I-Pad ($299). · A resident of Southwest
Mothers and cousins – Four daughters of Bobbye and Sam Cawthon of De Funiak Springs, Tommy and Sherry Young, Deputy Shawn Harris took the 12th Street, Atkins, reported
Austin pose at McDonald’s after completing their annual “Cousins Fla., are visiting in Atkins. They Kenny and Lola Sanders, Lonnie report. that on July 6 someone threw
Camp” Friday. Pictured are the mothers (from left, each with their will be here for about two weeks. and Kathleen Napier, and Caro- · A resident of Augsburg a rock through two windows in
children in front of them): Tina Austin Sewell of Longview, Texas, Allan and Margaret Motley lyn and Dale Sears, all of Atkins Road reported that on June 30 the front of his house and that
with Austin and Abigail; Lori Austin Smith of Morgantown, N.C., hosted a holiday meal and David and Richard and Alise Powell of as he was working at a fireworks his son’s iPhone ($200) had
with Breanna, Serena, and Keenan; Marla Austin Melton of Milan, Motley provided a fireworks show Pottsville and Hosea Andrade tent on Weir Road, he noticed been stolen from his truck. He
Tenn., with Tori Beth, and Adara; and Jeni Austin Corum of Knox- for the 4th of July weekend at and his wife Evelyn and her that his phone was missing estimated damage to the win-
ville, Tenn., with Elisha, Josiah and Zion. their Pottsville home. Attending father from Russellville. A good from his holder. He believes it dows at $200. Deputy Luke
Austins hold annual cousins camp were: Margaret’s sister, Elaine time was enjoyed by all. was taken by two females who Sawdy took the report and Lt.
Annual Baby Bathing Beauty contest
Rowdy Sweet was assigned.
Four daughters of Bobbye event is to let the cousins get
and Sam Austin conducted acquainted and make memo- Are you looking for your Pool! So register by July 17 and
their fourth annual cousins ries. A part of the program is to child to make a comeback this get ready for a cute and exciting
camp last week. let them learn about missions. year or do you want to see a new evening.
The camp included placing They gather each year at the winner? The contest will take place at
treasure hunt items around home of Bobbye and Sam Austin Are you looking to make your the Morrilton City Pool on July
town at a bank, post office, in Bell’s Chapel. child a winner and allow him or 21, starting at 6 p.m. RUSSELLVILLE
donut shop, the home of uncle A part of this year’s event was her to have fun while competing? Please pick up applications
J.L. Austin and at Ada’s Bell’s use of the Amazing Race theme, Then, whatever the case may and rules from the Morrilton
Chapel Assembly of God which included a fund-raiser at be, bring out your 2-5 year olds, City Hall or the Morrilton City
Church. the Pottsville Assembly of God boy or girl, nieces, grandsons, or Pool. Applications may also be Seeking Relatives
The purpose of the annual Church, where Sam is pastor. even your cousins, to the annual e-mailed. For more information,
Baby Bathing Beauty Contest! questions, or concerns, please
My name is Luanne Mont-
Spam Casserole... “Well, one of the specimens This year will be filled with contact Tai’ Canady by e-mail gomery Franks. My father
and mother were Lawrence
tested positive for Alzheimer’s acts, music, and even a perfor- at email@example.com or
The phone rings and the and the other one tested positive mance from the great staff of call the Morrilton City Pool and and Lucy Kelley Montgom-
lady of the house answers, for HIV. We can’t tell which is lifeguards at the Morrilton City ask for Tai’ at (501) 354-9797. ery who lived on Petit Jean.
“Hello.” which.” I am looking for any rela-
“Mrs. Sanders, please.”
“That’s dreadful! Can you do
the test again?” questioned Mrs.
Atkins EH Club holds meeting The Atkins Nursing & Reha- tives of my ancestors. My
The Atkins Extension Home- Red Cross Blood Drive, making bilitation Center’s employee of great-grandmother was
“Mrs. Sanders, this is Doctor Sanders.
makers Club will meet on Tues- items for nursing home patients, the month is Mandy Slaughter, Josaphine “Josie” Tinsey Pat-
Jones at Saint Agnes Labora- “Normally we can, but MEDI-
tory. When your husband’s CARE will only pay for these day, July 19, at the Pope County providing school supplies, knit- LPN. She has been employed at terson/Wolf/Staggs/Porter.
Extension Office conference ting caps and making pillows for the Center for over two years. She had a sister named Mary
doctor sent his biopsy to the lab expensive tests once.”
last week, a biopsy from another “Well, what am I supposed to room, 105 West “B” St., Russell- cancer patients and the Arkan- Moore; a daughter that lived
Mr. Sanders arrived as well... do now?” ville, at 7 p.m. Anyone who is sas Children’s Hospital and Our dessert trays in Tulsa, Mrs. John Hollis; and
We are now uncertain which “The MEDICARE help interested is invited to attend. providing birthday parties and two other daughters, Mrs. W.
one belongs to your husband. desk recommend that you The program will be “Update of entertainment each month to a make T. Hulsey and Velma Smith.
Frankly, either way the results drop your husband off some- the Dietary Guidelines.” nursing home. perfect Josie’s daughter, Mary Etta,
are not too good.” where in the middle of town. Atkins Extension Homemak- EH members have the oppor-
ers are a group of people who tunity to participate in district parties was my grandmother.
“What do you mean?” Mrs. If he finds his way home, don’t I am trying to learn ANY
Sanders asks nervously. sleep with him. meet monthly and learn together. and state meetings. Club mem- happen.
They have elected officers and bers receive a regular newslet- information about Josie or
education chairmen. The club ter than keeps then posted on Mary Etta that I can locate,
Happy 85th Birthday, has monthly program leaders
who attend leader training in a
subject and these leaders teach
this lesson at their club meet-
upcoming activities and events.
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T.L. Gilmore caught this 10-pound 26-inch bass on Lake Atkins June 25. Photo courtesy of Lucky Landing.
ARVAC to issue AJHS Cheerleaders selling
Recently the Hector Wildcats sponsored by Profitt Logging won first place in the AABA Teeny A district
tournament. Above from left , third row, are coaches Larry George, Will Day and Jamie Profitt; 2nd row,
Luke Brown, Blake George, Cache Linker, Ty Day and Gunner Garrison; front, Jacob Cheney, Joseph ARVAC, Inc. will issue com-
modities at Russellville’s Pope The Atkins Junior High Cheer- support of the community and
Freeman, Caleb Profitt, Jasin Bryant and Treys Smedley. leaders are selling Devils sun- look forward to a great year.
County Fairgrounds, 519 South
Knoxville, for one day only on July glasses. The glasses are red and
22 from 8 a.m. until noon for all black and say “Devils” on the
eligible households. Applicants side with a devil logo. They are
will need to bring total household $5. They are a great way for the
income, number in household and students to show off their school
Social Security card. All persons spirit.
that have a “Blue Card” must bring Money raised by the cheerlead-
it in order to receive commodities. ers will help offset the cost of send-
Listed below are the income ing them to camp this summer.
guildelines, family size and The cheerleaders appreciate the
1 - $1,180; 2 - $1,594; 3 -
$2,008; 4 - $2,422; 5 - $2,836; 6
- $3,249; 7 - $3,663; 8 - $4,077.
Add $414 for each additional
family member. Persons are asked
to bring a sack to carry commodities
in. You cannot pick up commodi-
ties for more than two households.
Giving this information is volun-
tary. Rules for acceptance and par-
ticipation in the program are the
same for everyone without regard
to race, color, national origin, reli-
gion, age, sex or handicap.
Pig Trail 5th
Three fishermen on Lake Atkins hauled in some bigger-than-9-pound bass on July 1. Photo courtesy of
Stuff the Bus coming to River Valley July 22-23 Fun Run
Pig Trail Harley-Davidson
on the road to success. This is
All children deserve to get Stuff the Bus event. The Stuff in Rogers and the Razorback
a good start to the 2011-2012 the Bus program provides chil- made possible by donations of
school supplies from everyone Chapter of the Muscular Dys-
school year. For that reason, dren in need with new school trophy Association would like to
River Valley United Way is coor- supplies to assist them with in the community. Pope, John-
son, and Yell county residents invite you to participate in the 5th
dinating the seventh annual their studies and keep them Annual Harley-Davidson MDA
can “Stuff the School Bus” on
Friday, July 22, and Saturday, Fun Run on Saturday, July 23rd.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
20 Acre Ranch Foreclosures July 23, by donating school sup-
plies which will be given to local with the ride starting at 10 a.m.
schools. In Johnson County, The ride will take you on the well
Near Booming El Paso, Texas supplies will be donated to the know “Pig Trail” and lead you
back to Pig Trail Harley-Davidson
Was $16,900 Junior Auxiliary of Clarksville’s
“School Store” program. for a new and improved lunch
Now $12,900 School buses will be parked setup this year “Restaurant Row”
including food from Rockin’ Pig
at the Wal-mart Supercenters
$99 per month Saloon, Jack’s Catering, On the
in Clarksville, Dardanelle and
Russellville from 5 to 8 p.m. Border, Marketplace Grill and
Beautiful Views, Owner Financing, FREE Map/Pictures on Friday and 8 to 11 p.m. on Buffalo Wild Wings. There will
Saturday for the event. Volun- also be music, bike games and
teers will be staffing the buses door prizes! All proceeds will
to assist patrons who wish to benefit the Razorback Chapter of
donate supplies. the MDA. Just $25 per rider, this
Among the items most in will include a t-shirt and lunch.
need are backpacks, paper, For more information, please
pens, pencils, crayons, 3-ring contact Mellissa Wood at the
notebooks, glue sticks, boxes of MDA office at (479)646-0022
tissue, colored pencils, etc. or by e-mail mwood@mdausa.
For more information about org or contact Buck Blanchard at
“Stuff the Bus” or to volunteer, Pig Trail Harley-Davidson/Buell
call the River Valley United Way at (479) 636-9797 or buck@pig-
at 479-968-5089, or visit their trailhd.com
website at www.rivervalleyunit-
“New Fields” MODEL ENGINE DECK FUEL TANK SPEED
5200 Pup 30hp Kohler 52” 14.5 Gallon 10 mph
More than 500 farm and
ranch leaders will explore “New 6000 Pup 30hp Kohler 60” 14.5 Gallon 10 mph
Fields” July 18-19 through speak-
ers and workshops at Arkansas
Farm Bureau’s 63rd annual Offi- Prices Starting at $6,799
cers and Leaders Conference.
The conference will be at the
Hot Springs Convention Center.
The conference serves as a
training and information event for
local Farm Bureau leaders.
“Keeping our leaders educated
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and abreast of current issues is a
key component of the Officers and
Leaders Conference,” said Randy
Veach, Arkansas Farm Bureau
We now 641-7499 New
president. “The conference also have Specialty
gives our leaders the opportunity
to learn from one another.” stuffed Pizzas
The conference has several addi- Taco, Barbecue
tional activities, including keynote crust! Chicken, Chicken
speaker Rulon Gardner, Olympic
Try it today! Alfredo & Chicken-
gold medalist in Greco-Roman 502 North Church
wrestling and Biggest Loser contes- Bacon-Ranch
tant. Gardner will share his story
about overcoming adversity.
Entertainment for the confer- 1 Medium Deal 2 Large Deal 3 Giant Deal
ence will be provided by the band 2 - Medium Any Toppings 2 - Large Any Toppings 2 - Giant Any Toppings
Several conference workshops
1 - Small Cheesestick 1 - Medium Cheesestick 1 - Large Cheesestick
will be available, including: 1 - 2-Liter Drink 1 - 2-Liter Drink 1 - 2-Liter Drink
• Food Security / Farm Bill.
• Labor / Immigration Bills.
*Additional charge $
for extra cheese & 20 00 *Additional charge
for extra cheese &
for extra cheese &
stuffed crust (tax included) stuffed crust stuffed crust
• Policy Development.
• Telling Agriculture’s Story.
• State Water Plan / Mineral Stromboli Special 2 for $20 • D I N E I N O N LY •
Bring in this coupon and receive
Issues. 1 - Medium Stromboli 2 - Large Pizzas 10% OFF
Arkansas Farm Bureau is a Any Toppings Any Toppings your order between
nonprofit, private advocacy orga-
1 - Medium Fountain Drink 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. nightly.
nization of almost 220,000 fami- $2000 *Additional charge for
lies throughout the state working $6 50 + tax extra cheese & stuffed crust
• D I N E I N O N LY •
to improve farm and rural life.
THE ATKINS CHRONICLE • WEDNESDAY, JuLY 13, 2011 •7
PROPOSED BUDGET OF EXPENDITURES WITH TAX LEVY FOR FISCAL YEAR PROPOSED BUDGET OF EXPENDITURES TOGETHER WITH TAX LEVY FOR
BEGINNING JULY 1, 2012 TO AND INCLUDING JUNE 30, 2013 FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2012 TO AND INCLUDING JUNE 30, 2013
The Board of Directors of Atkins School District No. 18 of Pope County, Arkansas, in The Board of Directors of Hector School District of Pope County, Arkansas in compli-
Small Ads • BIG Deals • 641-7161
compliance with the requirements of Amendments No. 40 and No. 74 to the Constitution of ance with the requirements of Ark. Code Ann.§ 6-13-622 and Amendment 74 of the Con-
the State of Arkansas and of Ark. Code Ann. § 6-13-622 has prepared, approved and hereby stitution of the State of Arkansas, has prepared, approved, and does hereby make public a
makes public the proposed budget of expenditures, together with the tax rate, as follows: proposed budget of expenditures for the district in 2012-13 together with a supporting tax
1. Salary Fund Expenditures $5,306,000 rate as follows:
Manufactured Homes Yard Sales 2.
Instructional Expense $1,183,000
Maintenance & Operation Expense $1,001,000
1. Salary Fund Expenditures
2. Instructional Expense
6. Non-bonded Debt Payment $ 0
7. Bonded Debt Payment $295,863
4. Dedicated M & O Expense $ -0- 3. Maintenance & Operati. Exp. $685,000 8. Building Fund Expense $0
(AA) 3 bed 2 bath moved to your prop- Yard Sale: Three family, Friday 7 Saturday, 5. Pupil Transportation Expense $ 733,000
erty only 12K! Won’t last. Call today! 4. Pupil Transportation Expense $300,000 9. Dedicated Maint. & Op. Exp. $ 0
7 to ? 760 Alpine Meadows Rd, on Crow 6. Other Operating Expense $ 770,000 5. Other Operating Expense $285,000
501-407-9500 19D-tfc Mt. Misc. household, comforters, lamps, 7. Non-Bonded Debt Payment $ 22,218
curtains, Home Interior, and boys and girls 8. Bonded Debt Payment $ 701,615 44.50 Total Mills School Tax
(AA) 2002 3B/2B 16x80 great condi- clothes and toys. 34-1tnc To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures, the Board of Directors
tion! 22K moved to your property. Act proposes a total school tax rate (state and local) of 43.4 mills on the dollar of the assessed This represents no change from the previous year. The total tax levy proposed above
now! This home will go fast! 501-407- Estate Sale: Friday & Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 value of taxable property located in this School District. The proposed tax includes the includes 25.0 mills for the maintenance and operation of schools, 0 dedicated maintenance
9522 19D-tfc p.m. Everything must go. Items from old uniform rate of tax (the “Statewide Uniform Rate”) to be collected on all taxable property in and operation mills dedicated for 0 purposes, and 19.50 mills for debt service previously
to new. Furniture, dishes, glass collectibles, the State and remitted to the State Treasurer pursuant to Amendment No. 74 to the Arkan- voted as a continuing debt service tax pledged for the retirement of existing bonded
Got land for sale? We can help! We kitchen, holiday and outdoor items. Cloth- sas Constitution to be used solely for maintenance and operation of schools in the State. indebtedness. The district may use surplus revenues produced each year by debt service
have lots of buyers. Call us today. 501- ing, all sizes. 1807 SW 10th St. near Lake As provided in Amendment No. 74, the Statewide Uniform Rate replaces a portion of the millage for other purposes.
407-9366 19D-tfc existing rate of tax levied by this School District and available for maintenance and opera- Given this 11 day of July, 2011. HECTOR School District
Atkins, follow signs from Hwy. 64. tion of schools in this District. The total proposed school tax levy of 43.4 mills includes 25.0 POPE County, Arkansas
2011 MOBILE HOME STIMULUS 34-1tnc mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation and 18.4 mills voted for debt TODD FOUNTAIN, President of Board
PACKAGE — cash for clunkers. $2500
Trade in. Landowner’s discount. 417-
For Sale service previously voted as a continuing levy pledged for the retirement of existing bonded
indebtedness. The surplus revenues produced each year by debt service millage may be
TERRY EPPERSON, Secretary of Board
For Sale: Leather handcrafted billfolds and used by the District for other school purposes.
belts, and clutch purses. Also doing saddle The total proposed school tax levy of 43.4 mills represents the same rate presently being
For Sale: Single wide trailer, 3 BR 2 BA, and harness repair. 641-2366. 12-tfnc collected.
new floors, new deck, must move to your GIVEN this 13th day of June, 2011. Accepting Applications
land. $12,500. Please Call 479-747-5704 or For Sale: Hand-tooled leather billfolds,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ATKINS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 18 OF POPE COUNTY, ARKANSAS
501-652-0038. 33-3tp and clutch purses. Many patterns to Philip Haney, President of Board
choose from. Name or initial for no extra Brian Boyer, Secretary of Board
FOR SALE BY OWNER – Land/home, charge. Call 479-641-7097. tfnc 34-1tc
$250 deposit, quick, easy, move in. ADMINISTRATION/SUPERVISORY
501-513-2237. 34D-tfc For Sale: RADA Knives, Pottsville EH Legal Notice Public Notice Private Christian Facility
3BD/2BA FOR SALE by owner. 501- Club, 968-3301. 3-tfc The following vehicles will be sold at Some buildings on the old Atkins Middle Clinical Team MD, PH.d, RN, LPN,
513-2214. 34D-tfc For Sale: Okra, $2 a pound, bell peppers, Public Auction by and at Estep Wrecker School Campus contain asbestos materials.
Employment | P.O. Box 99 | Harriet, AR 72639 Med Tech, Admin & Floor Staff
Service, 5880 Hwy. 62 East, Pottsville, Ark. However, the district has a management
1680 SFT HOME: 4 BD/2BA. Appli- sweet corn. 479-857-1387 Green Acres.
within 10 days for storage and tow fees. plan to safely control the asbestos. This plan MAINTENANCE/GROUNDS
ances incl. CH/A. Front/back decks. 33-4tp can be viewed at the administration office
1999 Chevrolet, Red S-10 Vin. #1GLCS- Handyman/Mowing/Basic Maintenance
Must sell!! 501-513-0262. 34D-tfc For Sale: 1994 Ford Explorer, AC, new tires, 19WOYK141509 during normal business hours.
For Sale or Rent runs good. For more information call 479-
The sale day is July 16, 2011 at 9 a.m.
34-1tc www.ChristmasCreekVillage.com FLOOR ASSISTANTS
Women Campus Christian Program
For Sale: 4 choice lots at Rest Haven Send legals to FAX: 501-421-8098
No on campus applications accepted; background check required
MenÕs Campus Christian Program
Cemetery. 968-3301 34-1tnc For Sale: 1991 Oldsmobile Cutless Sierra, email@example.com
excellent condition, one owner, low miles, NOTICE OF QUITE TITLE ACTIONS
For Rent: 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, CH/A, $550 month,
good gas mileage, elderly owner, no
$550 deposit. Call 479-970-5506. 31-tfc IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF POPE COUNTY
longer drives. 479-641-7480 or 479-967- NO. CV-2011-285
For Sale: Building by owner, 10,000 s.f., 2491. 33-3tnc All persons who claim any interest in
205 NE 1st Street Atkins. 479-264-6233. the below described lands or a lien thereon
For Sale: Grumman fishing boat and or who can set up any right to the land pur-
trailer, with 45 horse power Mercury motor, chased in consequence of any informality or FUNERAL AUTO REPAIR
For Sale: 12.1 acres with two homes, two $1800. 479-641-2664. 34-3tnc any irregularity connected with the sale are
wells, two septics, two barns, $75,000. Call
For Sale: Chest freezer, $100, 870-294- hereby called upon to appear in the court and Martin’s Service
479-641-1262 or 479-857-4620. 29-5tp
5363. 34-1tp show cause why the title of the petitioners to
the above described properties should not be
For Rent: Two bedroom apartment, call
501-303-0831. 30-tfc For Sale: Antique wicker sofa, chair, two confirmed. New & Used Tires of All
tables, in Atkins, call Janelle Cawthon. Call TRACT 1: Commonly known as 410 South 1401 N.Church • Atkins
For Rent: 3 BR, 1 BA, house in Hector. 850-419-4449 or 850-585-2009. 34-3tnc Jonesboro, Russellville, Arkansas, 72801 Sizes • Tire Repair
All electric, central H&A. $500 MO./$500 whose legal description is: Serving Atkins since 1916 641-2589 641-2076
deposit. 479-886-2833. 33- ? Wanted Part of the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ of Section 8,
Township 7 North, Range 20 West, more par- INSURANCE APPLIANCES
For Rent: Available Aug. 1, Hwy. 64, His- Want to Buy: Antique kitchen gas
ticularly described as follows:
toric District Atkins, next to International
Cafe, 3,060 S.f. Commercial building.
Commencing at the NE Corner of said
stove, 1950 or older, iron kitchen sink, NW ¼ of the NE ¼; thence S 01°08’25”W, along
architectural antiques. Call Mark 479- the East Line thereof, 1169.50 feet; thence S
Life • Home • Auto
• Farm • Business Seek Shelter Today! EHEMANN Garage
$600/$300. Call 479-264-6233. 33-tfc 264-6233, Old Bank of Atkins 10-tfc Don Daily APPLIANCE & Wrecker
89°38’00”W, 12.00 feet to the Point of Begin-
For Sale: 4.98 acres, off of Hwy. 247 in
Atkins, 479-970-8304. 34-3tp Employment
ning; thence S 01°08’25” W 80.00 feet; thence
S 89°38’00” W, 108.00 feet; thence N 01°08’25”
641-7868 Whirlpool Appliances Service
425 N. Church, Atkins, AR 106 NE 1st • Atkins 641-7037
E, 80 feet; thence N 89°38’00” E, 108.00 feet Shelter Insurance Home Office 14245 E. Hwy 64 • Atkins
Needed: Five housewives, part-time, to to the Point of Beginning. Containing 0.20
Livestock & Pets start earning money right now. No experi- acres, more or less. Subject to any easements
Columbia, MO www.shelterins.com • SALES • SERVICE • PARTS •
ence necessary. Call 479-968-5796. 33-2tp of record. BANKING
For Sale: Horse manure $10 per load, TRACT 2: Commonly known as 406 South Greg Standridge
great for garden and yard; Registered
Appaloosa mare, rides $600; Leather
Services Jonesboro, Russellville, Arkansas, 72801 & Mark Coffman,
saddle $200. 641-1071 25-3tnc Housekeeping: Dependable house-
whose legal description is: Owners
Part of the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ of Section 8,
keeping, reasonable rates, excellent ref- Township 7 North, Range 20 West, described 968-5553
A Branch of the Vine Animal Rescue: erences. Call Tina, 479-968-6324 as beginning at a point 68 poles and 7 ½ feet
South from the NE Corner of said NW ¼ of the 700 E. Parkway
15125 E. Hwy. 64, Atkins. Rescued pets 28D-13twp
need loving homes. Females have NE ¼ running West with the line of the Col- Russellville
Babysitting: Will keep little ones in-home. ored Methodist Church lot 120 feet; North 80
been spayed, all have had shots and
Hot meals, snacks, age appropriate mate- feet; East 120 Feet; South 80 Feet to the Point
been wormed. Beagle puppies. Call
479-886-1845 or 641-5045. 21-tfnc rials, time for hugs. Experienced. 479-747-3 Of Beginning. RICHARD PIERCE LUTCF
705. 34-1tp Subject to all mineral reservations, leases, AGENT AUTO
and conveyances filed of record. Also subject
For Sale: Young chickens $4 each, also 812 NORTH CHURCH UPHOLSTERY
to all easements and restrictions of record. Office • 479-968-1361
pigeons. 479-968-6324 33-3tnc Attorney for Petitioner: Mobile: • 479-970-1333 MINI STORAGE
For Sale: Registered Sheltie puppies, Mark J. Mobley 1500 W. Main • Atkins, AR
1805 East Parkway • PO Box 10400• Russellville 641-2987
$100 each, 870-428-5850 34-1tp 510 E. 11th Mobley Law Firm, P. A.
Russellville•Call 128 East Main Street
Free: Chihuahua/Blue Heeler mix pup- for appointment Russellville, AR 72801
pies. 870-294-5363 34-1tp 479-967-5171 msg.
Wages revised:Layout 1 6/30/11 3:08 PM Page 1
TAXES/ACCOUNTING PHARMACIES AUTO SALES
Found JOHNSON SEWING MACHINE CENTER
DuVall & ForD, PllC STAGGS MOTORS
Found: Male puppy, blonde and white,
Joe DuVall, CPA
Atkins Family Pharmacy & Wrecker Service
medium sized, very friendly. 479-641-
What you NEED, when you NEED it!
Deborah Griffin Ford, CPA
2646. 33-3tnc 641-7878 800 West Main • Atkins
506 N. Church • Atkins 24-hour service
LegaL Notices Unpaid Overtime • Unpaid Commissions • Piece Wages 641-2500 408 N. Church, Atkins
After hours call 501-329-2692
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT
Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for some employers to
take advantage of its workforce by unfairly underpaying for
Robert R. Redfern Elmo Haney’s BAKER
OF THE COUNTY OF POPE, STATE OF ARKAN-
labor. There are many ways that employers attempt to
& Company PHARMACY
SAS: AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: “AN
ORDINANCE Certified Public Accountant 24-hour prescription service
circumvent fair pay rules, most of which are illegal.
APPROPRIATING FUNDS FROM THE
POPE COUNTY GENERAL FUND.” 479-641-7207 Store Home 479-857-0506
SECTION 1. THERE IS HEREBY APPROPRI- That’s where we come in - Holleman & Associate 215 NE 1st Street • Atkins Rodney 501-499-1567
ATED FROM THE POPE COUNTY GENERAL 641-1147 970-8837 Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
FUND THE SUM OF $11,685.51 TO BE USED
can make certain that the employees of Companies,
FOR THE PURPOSES AS REFLECTED BY A Corporations, and Government are paid for the work they do.
BUDGET SUMMARY WHICH IS ATTACHED
No more, and certainly no less. Roberts Roofing
HERETO AND INCORPORATED HEREIN BY
REFERENCE. If you have a wage dispute question, please call Cheek Plumbing Inc. & Repair
DATE: 7/7/2011 •Gail Murdoch
IRAs, Roth IRAs Electric, Heating & Cooling
APPROVED: JIM ED GIBSON, COUNTY
501 975-5040 Certified Financial PlannerTM
Toll Free 877-667-1150 New construction-Remodeling Free Estimates
DATE SIGNED: 7/8/2011 Holleman & Associate, P. A. Attorneys at Law Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered Residential-Commercial 479-641-7416
through St. Bernard Financial Services.
ATTEST: LAURA McGUIRE, COUNTY 200 West Capitol • Suite 1620 • Little Rock 72201 Member FINRA/SIPC, AR Ins. Lic. #332949
licensed • bonded • insured We specialize in New Roofs/Tear Offs/Repairs/
CLERK 479-641-7992 Flat-Rubber/Metal Roofs/General Home Repairs
In accordance with Federal Register,
Volume 76, No. 130, the Department of
Week of 7-4-11
Custom Bulldozing William Ehemann
Agriculture, Rural Housing Service, Rural STATEWIDE CLASSIFIEDS Ponds, Clearing & Roads Construction
Development, notice is hereby given that
applications for Housing Preservation Call Eva or Linda at 1-800-569-8762 to place your ad here! Larry LOCKSMITH
Grants will be accepted until August 22, HELP WANTED
964-2125 •Jamie McDougal, Harris
2011, 5 p.m. local time, for qualified public
agencies, private nonprofit organizations
LEAD PRESS OPERATOR -
The Courier in Russellville is ac-
cepting resumes for a lead press
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- from home. Medical * Busi-
ness * Paralegal * Accounting *
Strength & Conditioning Coach 641-2115
and other eligible entities for grants to pro- operator to run a Goss Urbanite Criminal Justice. Job placement
vide repairs and rehabilitation assistance to press ﬁve days a week. Send assistance. Computer available.
owners of single family houses, rental prop- resume to P.O. Box 887, Rus- Dedicated Truck Financial aid if qualified. Call GUNS/AMMUNITION ADVERTISING
erties, or cooperative housing projects. sellville, AR 72811, ATTN: Steve Driving Positions 877-596-6796 LARRY BOWDEN
The application closing deadline is firm
as to date and hour. Rural Development will
Predictable Work Schedule
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Hauling, Backhoe The Atkins Chronicle
HELP WANTED -
& Dozer Service
not consider any application that is received
after the closing deadline. Only qualified
$ SIGN-ON BONU$
Experienced Truck Drivers
Taking orders now!
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guns, Call 641-7467
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public agencies, private nonprofit organiza-
tions and other eligible entities may apply.
PROFESSIONAL CLASS A DRIVERS
Small co. atmosphere/LARGE co. benefits.
Corn Ready Now through July 2�th
Corn ready about June 17th gold & or call Jerry at affordable combined
Interested public and private agencies,
nonprofit organizations and other eligible
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entities may request additional informa- www.driveforpamtransport.com eeoc or 870-382-2623
tion and a pre-application package from Inexperienced drivers or refreshers, call Lavonna
the Area Director, Steven M. Mosher, 3913 @ 877-440-7890 or 888-283-0038, EOE M/F/D/V
or see website - www.pamdrivers.com
Brooken Hill Dr., Fort Smith, AR 72908. Tele- TRAINING/EDUCATION
Driver - Pay Raise just an-
phone number: 479-646-8300 ext. 121, or “You got the drive, We have the AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train
from Area Specialist, Jamie R. Scott, 3913
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Direction” - OTR Drivers APU
Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass
Pets/passenger policy. Newer
equipment. 100% NO touch.
nounced! Company, Owner
Operators, solos & teams. Con-
sistent miles, benefits, all new
trucks. CDL-A & 15 mos exp. req
for high paying Aviation Career.
FAA approved program. Finan-
cial aid if qualified - Job place-
ment assistance. CALL Aviation
HUNTERS & FISHERMEN
Notice is hereby given lands belonging to the undersigned are posted against HUNTING, FISHING,
34-1tc 1-800-528-7825 Institute of Maintenance (877)
424-4177. TRAPPING, SWIMMING, BATHING AND TRESPASSING of all kinds by man or dog, day or night and
Get All You Need to Succeed! - parties found guilty of same will be subject to fines as the law directs. Post your land here for just $23 a
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ment - No Money Down - No
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Starting Pay! Plus Lots of Extras. ing - Attend college 100% on-
All real estate advertising in this $500 Sign-On for Flatbed. CDL-
Credit Check, Earn 72% of Rev-
line. Job placement assistance. • All land owned by • Robert & Julia Sorrels land (for- • Lillie Matchett land on
enue - Guaranteed $1.02/mile,
newspaper is subject to the Fair Hous- A, 6mo. OTR. 888-801-5295
Fuel Surcharge & Great Ben-
Computer available. Financial Rafter 4B Farms, Charles and merly Wilkins Heights & St. Joe Road
ing Act which prohibits preference, efits! 1-800-277-0212 or www.
Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified.
Joann Bewley Pete Bruck land) • James David Peak and
limitation or discrimination based on Drivers - GOOD MILES! Regional Call 800-481-9409
Truck Drivers start at 37 cpm w/1+
www.CenturaOnline.com • All land owned by • Lynn Creekmore property Jim Peak farms
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, • Mary Campbell land on Pea
familial status, or national origin, or
years experience. HOME EVERY
$0 DOWN, $1 BUYOUT Dair Valley Farms, C.D. and Doris • The Old Moore Place, 160 acres
WEEK. Affordable family ben-
Peugh owned by Troy Burris on Isbell Creek Ridge
an intention to make any such prefer- eﬁts. Call 888-362-8608, or visit LAND LIQUIDATION - 20 Acres
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ence, limitation or discrimination. • Service Pay Pay
Near El Paso, TX Owner Financ- Jeff and Sandy Russell • All lands owned & operated by Ar- Burris land on Pea Ridge
Familial status includes children un- Owner Operators & Fleet Own- • No Credit • Walkaway ing, NO CREDIT CHECKS! Mon-
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der the age of 18 living with parents ers - TIRED OF HIGH FUEL Check Lease ey Back Guarantee FREE Color
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ren under 18.
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8• THE ATKINS CHRONICLE • WEDNESDAY, JuLY 13, 2011
David Craig Frieda Fischer Mildred Johnson Doug Price press room. Doug enjoyed local
stock car racing and was also a
David L. Craig, 61, of Russell- Frieda Scheible Fischer, 64, brothers and sisters-in-law, Mildred Dean Johnson, 81, of Doug E. Price, 43, of Potts- NASCAR racing fan.
ville, went home to be with the of Monticello, died Friday, July James and Janna Scheible, and Conway, formerly of Pottsville, ville, died Friday, July 5, 2011 in He is survived by his parents,
Lord on July 9, 2011. 8, 2011, at the Arkansas Heart Robert and Connie Scheible, all went to be with the Lord on Satur- Pottsville. Kenneth and Charlotte Price,
David was born Jan. 26, 1950, Hospital in Little Rock. She was of Dover, a sister and brother- day, July 2, 2011, in Conway. The son Russellville; a brother, Alan and
in Hector, to Glen and Kathryn born March 10, 1947, at Devine, in-law, Louise S. and Walter T h e of Kenneth wife, Christine Price, of Green-
Hallum Craig. He graduated Texas, to Arthur Milton and Godwin of Monticello, and six daughter of and Char- brier and a niece, Grace Price, of
from Russellville High School in Vergie May Clark Scheible. She nephews and nieces, Malinda Frank and lotte Mash- Greenbrier.
1968. David served his country was a former case worker and Godwin, David Godwin, Jon Janie Kinder burn Price, Graveside services will be at
as a Navy Corpsman with the 3rd counselor for the State Reha- Scheible and his wife, Jennifer, Burris, she he was born 9 a.m., Thursday, July 14, at Rest
Marine Division in Vietnam. He bilitation for the blind, first in Paul Scheible, Johannah Briscoe was born June 22, Haven Memorial Park. Rever-
married Patricia Rachel in 1975. Forrest City and later in Pine and Laura Scheible. Feb. 26, 1930, 1968, in Rus- end David Downum will offici-
Their marriage was blessed with Bluff, worked for the Southeast Funeral services were Tues- in Pottsville. sellville. He ate. Burial will be by Humphrey
two sons, Joshua and Aaron. Arkansas Human Development day at the Shinn Chapel, with She was of was a 1986 Funeral Service.
David was ordained a Cumber- Center in Warren, and taught burial in St. Paul Cemetery near the Freewill graduate of Visitation will be at from 6
land Presbyterian minister in at the Sesame School in Monti- Dover, by Shinn Funeral Ser- Baptist faith. Russellville to 8 p.m., on Wednesday, at the
October 1979. He graduated from cello, the Portland Grade School vice of Russellville. The family Mildred High School. He had worked for funeral home.
Bethel University with a Bachelor and retired from the Hamburg will conduct a memorial service enjoyed traveling, playing cards DOW Chemical in Russellville Internet obituary and online
of Arts in 1982. David attended School System. She was involved in Monticello at a later date. with her family and watching as a machinery operator and guest book are available at www.
both Memphis Theological with the 4-H Club and the Spe- Memorials may be made to Razorback basketball. Her great- with the Couriers news in the humphreyfuneral.com.
Seminary and Louisville Semi- cial Olympics, was a member of Gideon’s International, P.O. Box est love was spending time with
nary. During David’s service to
the Lord, he served churches in
West Tennessee, West Kentucky,
Arkansas, and East Tennes-
the Southeast Arkansas Geneal-
ogy Society and was a member
and Elder at the Rose Hill Cum-
berland Presbyterian Church at
1604, Russellville, AR 72811-
1604, or to the American Heart
Association, P.O. Box 1653,
Topeka, KS 66601-1653, or to
her family, especially her grand-
She was preceded in death
by her parents; husband Warren
Around the Arena
Jackpots bring your friends.
see. Besides serving on numer- Monticello. the American Diabetes Asso- Johnson; and sister, Nona Duvall. • The NBHA District #5 will The church is located at 19769
ous Presbyterial committees, She was preceded in death ciation, Little Rock Office, 320 Left to cherish her memory have a barrel jackpot on Friday, State Hwy 154, Dardanelle.
David was elected the Modera- by her husband, the Rev. Arthur Executive Court, Suite 104, are her daughter, Sharon Rietzke July 15, at the Big Step arena in For more information call 479-
tor of both Memphis Presbytery Fischer, and her father, Arthur Little Rock, AR 72205. and husband, Jimmy, of Green- Benton and will have $600 in 264-7433.
and East Tennessee Presbytery. Milton Scheible. The online obituary and brier; two grandchildren, Heather added money. Exhibitions will Tip
While in East Tennessee, David Survivors include her mother, guestbook are available at www. Fulmer and husband, Todd, of start at 7 p.m. For more informa- • When working on collec-
served several years as Chaplain Vergie Scheible of Dover; two shinnfuneral.com. Conway, and Natalie Rietzke of tion call Julia at 501-470-0736 tion, too many people focus on
for the Roane County, Tennessee, Greenbrier; four great-grand- or go to www.arkansasnbha. where the horse’s head is, but
He was preceded in death by
Harriett Davidson children, Evan Fulmer, Landon
Fulmer, Kaylan Fulmer and Tyler
com. the secret to achieving true
Harriett Lou Davidson, 78, a Memorials may be made to • The Coal Hill Arena will collection has nothing to do
his parents and his grandpar- resident of Russellville, died Sat- First Christian Church (Dis- Rietzke; sister, Elease Haney of have a barrel jackpot series on with where the horse carries
ents, Lytle and Bernice Kinslow urday, July 9, 2011, at her home. ciples of Christ), 103 South Fordyce; brother, Robert Burris Wednesdays, starting June 15, his head. Your only concern
Hallum, and Wesley David and The funeral will be held at Boston Avenue, Russellville, of Texas; and numerous loving and are BBR approved. For more should be with how he feels in
Lillie Gertrude Caudle Craig. 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 13, AR 72801; the Arkansas Hos- nieces, nephews and friends. information go to: www.coal- your hands. Collection should
David is survived by his 2011, at Shinn Chapel with the pice, 2405 East Parkway, Suite Funeral services were Thurs- hillarena.com. feel light, not heavy. It’s called a
wife, Patty, of Russellville; two Rev. Thom Walker. Burial will 3, Russellville, AR 72801; or the day at Humphrey Chapel. Rev- Junior Rodeo soft feel, not a soft look. So even
sons, Josh and wife, Cindy, of be in Oakland Cemetery at Rus- American Cancer Society, 126 erend John Greer and Pastor • The Atkins Riding Club if your horse lowers his neck
Gallatin, Tenn., and Aaron of sellville under the direction of Lakeview Circle, Russellville, Duncan Cox officiated. Burial was will have a River Valley Junior and tucks his head in but is still
Kingston, Tenn.; a granddaugh- Shinn Funeral Service. AR 72802. at Pisgah Cemetery in Pottsville by Rodeo Friday, July 15, at 7 p.m. leaning on the bit, don’t release
ter, Gabrielle Katherine Grace The family will receive friends The online obituary and Humphrey Funeral Service. For more information call Jim at the reins. Only give back to him
Craig of Knoxville, Tenn.; three on Tuesday evening from 5 to 6 guestbook are available at www. Memorials may be made to 479-970-1041. when he softens, and as soon as
half-sisters, Denise Heimbach, p.m. at the funeral home. shinnfuneral.com. Alzheimer’s Association, 320 Cowboy Church he does, instantly reward him.
Debbie Trail, and Donna Davis; North Greenwood Ave, Fort Smith, • Branded by Christ Cowboy Remember, horses learn from
a halfbrother, Terry Craig all of and friends. Lemley Funeral of Atkins. AR. 72901. Internet obituary and Church meets every Sunday at the release of pressure, not the
West Plains, Mo.; an aunt and Funeral services were Tues- Online obituary and con- online guest book are available at 8 a.m. for breakfast and ser- pressure itself. The quicker you
uncle, Jacky and Lila Townsell; day at Lemley Chapel. Burial dolences are available at www. www.humphreyfuneral.com. vices at 9 a.m. and Wednesdays release the pressure, the faster
and numerous other relatives
was in Palmetto Cemetery by lemleyfuneral.com at 7 p.m. Please join us and he’ll learn.
Rebecca “Becky” Ander- Pop Tops for ACH ••••••••••••
Congratulations to the Leslie Oates Family
son George, 46, of Dover, died Pop tops from aluminum cans
Sunday, July 10, 2011, at the are being saved for the Ronald 968-3434
for being chosen District Farm Family. home of her brother. starting Friday, July 15
McDonald house in Little Rock.
Tues - Sun Matinees
She was born Jan. 24, 1965, Anyone wanting to help can 1 & 3:30 p.m. Starting July 1
at Fort Worth, Texas, to Leonard drop off pop tops (from alumi- $5 Bargains Monday
We’re behind you all the way to state! Anderson, Jr. and Syble Francis num cans) at The Atkins Chron- Green Lantern, Cars 2, Larry Crowne, Bad Teacher, Horrible Bosses,
Zookeeper, Winnie the Pooh
Snoddy Anderson. She was a icle.
former substitute teacher for the Monte Carlo (PG)
Nightly 7:00 • Matinee 1:00
Dover School System. ation Super 8 (PG-13)
She was preceded in deathformsite:
ore in by
For m our Web m CLASSES Nightly 9:35 • Matinee 3:35
to io.co Age 18 months - adult Bad Teacher (R)
Survivors include go daugh-d
her WJstu Nightly 7:10 & 9:40 • Matinee 1:10 & 3:40
ter and son-in-law,ww.D968-1620
w Mia and
Call 968-1620 Zookeeper (PG)
Dustin White of Atkins; Mia’s www.DWJstudio.com Nightly 7:05 & 9:30 Matinee 1:05 & 3:30
father, Billy George and his
wife, Shauna; her mother, Syble
Horrible Bosses (R)
Nightly 7:05 & 9:35 • Matinee 1:05 & 3:35
Anderson of Russellville; two
North Plaza Cinema Transformers: the Moon (PG-13)
brothers and a sister-in-law,
Joseph and Daisy Anderson of 1515 N. Business 9, Morrilton Nightly 7:00 & 9:50 • Matinee 1:10
Dover, and Timothy Anderson of
Adults $6, children $4 & $4 matinee
Disney’s Cars 2 (G)
Russellville; a sister, Nina Gail Nightly 7:10 & 9::35 • Matinee 1:10 & 3:35
Anderson of Heber Springs; a
Harry Potter&& theHallows y 3D&(PG-13)
Fleet Tire &
grandson, Gabriel Lewis White; July 15-21
Nightly 7:00 9:40 • Matinee 1:00 3:40
nine nephews and nieces, and summer Matinees, tues. & thurs.,
& theHallows y (PG-13)
Harry Potter9:40 • Matinee 1:00 & 3:40
1:30 p.m. began June 7
three grand-nephews and grand-
nieces. Harry Potter (PG-13) Nightly 7:00 &
Funeral services will be 2 Winnie the Pooh (G)
Zoo Keeper (PG)
(479) 880-0146 p.m., Wednesday, July 13, at the Nightly 7:05 • Matinee 1:05 & 3:35
Shinn Chapel. Burial will be Mon-thurs 7; Fri 7 & 9:15; Green Lantern (PG-13)
Nightly 9:35 • Matinee NOt sHOWN
at Robertsville Cemetery near sun 2:30, 5 & 7
7118 Hwy. 64 E Jerusalem, by Shinn Funeral
Transformers (PG-13) Larry Crowne (PG-13)
Service of Russellville. Mon--sat 7 p.m.;
Nightly 7:00 & 9:30 • Matinee 1:00 & 3:30
I-40 Exit 88 • Pottsville, AR Online obituary/guestbook: sun 2:30 & 7; Transformers: the Moon3D (PG-13)
www.shinnfuneral.com. www.northplazacinema.com Nightly 7:00 & 9:50 • Matinee 1:10
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