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Stories from Thursday, November 18, 2004

Veterans recognized at Caraway (11/18/04)
A special Veteran's Day program was held Nov. 11 at the RiversideJunior High School gymnasium in Caraway to honor area veterans. The Riverside choral ensemble sang the National Anthem at the beginning of the program, led by Steven Sanders. Principal Gale Yates welcomed guests, faculty and students and recognized the 15 veterans in attendance. ...
Veterans honored at MHS (11/18/04)
All veterans were honored at a special Veteran's Day ceremony held at Manila High School at 11 a.m. Thursday. The ceremony opened with the MHS/MJHS Band, under the direction of Jon Myers, playing God Bless the USA. John Harwood and David Lee led the presentation of Colors...
BIC Board okays third grade sports participation (11/18/04)
Three elementary parents attended the Buffalo Island Central School Board meeting Nov. 8 in the junior high library in Leachville to ask the board to reconsider a board policy forbidding third grade students from participating in elementary basketball. Parents included Mike Metheny, Janice Wheeler, and Jamie Strickland...
Rebels bounce back for homecoming win (11/18/04)
Riverside has a nickname for their gym at Lake City. They call it "The Pit" and for good reason. Most teams that visit usually come away with a loss. Friday night was no exception as the Rebels used the raucous home fans to rally from a nine point deficit to defeat the Valley View Blazers 54-53 in a thrilling non-conference game Friday night in Riverside's Senior High Homecoming. ...
Ballard signs with ASU (11/18/04)
It was Brandon Ballard Day on Wednesday at Buffalo Island Central High School as the BIC Senior signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Arkansas State University. The 6'4" senior signed during a ceremony held at the new Mustang Athletic Complex with a show of support from family, friends, teachers, and BIC students of all ages...
Lady Lions gain win over Westside (11/18/04)
The Lady Lions picked up a big win over Westside Thursday night by defeating the Lady Warriors 48 -34. "It is the first time we have defeated Westside at the beginning of the season since I came to Manila," Coach Codie Malloy said of the win. Manila held a slim 6-5 lead after one before falling behind 17-11 at the half. Manila exploded in the second half to outscore Westside 17-10 in the third and 19-6 in the fourth to get the win...
Roger Carnal - Cardwell (11/18/04)
Roger Carnel, 44, of Cardwell, died Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004, at Arkansas Methodist Hospital in Paragould. He was a truck driver for Emerson Electric and was a veteran having served in the Marines. He was born Aug. 29, 1960 at Poplar Bluff, Mo., the son of David P. Carnal and Melva Sue Dodd Carnal. He married Pam Callis on Aug. 3, 1990, at Deering, Mo...
Pauline Denise Rhodes - Paragould (11/18/04)
Pauline Denise Rhodes, 45, of Paragould died Monday, Nov. 8, 2004, at the Regional Medical Center at Memphis. She was born at Corning. Survivors include her father, Bobby Earl Rhodes Sr.; and two brothers, Bobby Earl Rhodes Jr. of Cardwell and Barry Lynn Rhodes of Senath...
Glenna Harlan Schumacher - Jonesboro (11/18/04)
Glenna Harlan Schumacher, 85, of Jonesboro died Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004, at St. Elizabeth's Place. Born at Lake City, she had lived in Homewood, Ill., and Seminole, Fla., before moving to Jonesboro. She was a World War II Army nurse and was retired from Oak Forest Hospital in Chicago...
Edward C. "Dock" Thweatt - Leachville (11/18/04)
Edward C. "Dock" Thweatt, 102, of Leachville died Saturday at the home of his daughter in Rose Bud. Born at Koscuisko, Miss., he was the son of William and Effie Gregory Thweatt and had been a Leachville resident since 1918. He was a retired farmer and stockman and was an Army Veteran of World War II. Thweatt was a member of the Methodist Church...
Hazel Hamilton Kuhn - Searcy (11/18/04)
Hazel Hamilton Kuhn, 100, of Searcy, formerly of Caraway, died Monday, Nov. 8, 2004, at Central Arkansas Hospital at Searcy. Born Aug. 7, 1904, in Fredrick, Schuyler County, Ill., she was the daughter of John Wesley and Sylvia Suddeth Hamilton. She was the third child born into this family of eight. ...
Bobby D. Booth - Cherokee Village (11/18/04)
Bobby D. Booth, 65, of Cherokee Village died Monday, Nov. 8, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health Systems in Cherokee Village. Booth was born July 5, 1939, in Caraway, the son of Orville and Audrey (Wallace) Booth. He was pastor of the Community of Christ Church in Cherokee Village. ...
Rita Lou Hammell Baine - Lake City (11/18/04)
Rita Lou Hammell Baine, 48, of Lake City died Thursday, Nov. 11, 2004, at Lakeside Nursing Home. Born in Marked Tree, she had lived most of her life in Trumann before moving to Lake City eight years ago. She was a homemaker and a member of Calvary Baptist Church...