Thursday, August 11, 2011
brownsville 146th Year • No. 25
3rd Annual State-of-the-School Convocation • Visit by Commissioner Kevin Huffman • Reviewed results of Spring TCAP
Haywood County, Tennessee “We are making good progress in math and have work to do in reading achievement.”
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William Zegger visits Kenya See page 14
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Stanton Volunteer Fire Department recieves equipment
Marathon Heater Coming To Brownsville By CALVIN CARTER email@example.com
Robert “Rooster” Dancy and Kim Howard test out some of the donated gear. Photo By Calvin Carter By CALVIN CARTER firstname.lastname@example.org It can’t be easy being a ﬁreﬁghter. Many would easily agree with the notion that it takes a special type of man or woman to constantly put your life on the line. But if you’re like Stanton Volunteer Fire Department Chief, Robert “Rooster” Dancy, then putting your life on the line while saving others contains about the same risk as
simply getting out of bed. “It doesn’t really make a difference to me,” Dancy said. “You can go at any time. You know, when it’s your time, it’s your time.” While ﬁreﬁghters are a special breed of person, it’s volunteer ﬁghters like in Stanton that probably deserve their own category. The pay, a paltry $10 a call, barely covers the cost of the gas to get to the department. Then again, none of them are in it for the pay. And nothing, short of
money, has stopped this staff of 12 from giving their best to the town of Stanton, whether that means battling blazes, or cutting down trees from the aftermath of violent storms. Still, with funding that just doesn’t equal the same as perhaps their department cousins in Brownsville, the volunteer department has struggled with acquiring adequate equipment. Recently though, they’ve caught a few breaks. One of See FIRE page 3
It’s now ofﬁcial. Marathon Heater is coming to Brownsville. The company recently announced that they have purchased Glenn Electric Heater Company’s Brownsville manufacturing and design information for “all their product lines” . Haywood Element closed roughly a month ago, with 30 people losing their jobs. Marathon plans to hire 50 to 60 employees, though it currently remains unknown if the 30 employees who lost their job with Haywood Element will get a ﬁrst crack at the positions. John Finn Jr. the plant manager at Haywood Element for the last 30 years will continue as plant manager. The city and county have agreed to give a total of $50,000 to the Brownsville Industrial Board to help cover the moving expenses for Marathon. The state will also provide Marathon with a number of various tax credits and special incentives to operate in Brownsville. Marathon was founded in 1996 as a manufacturer of industrial-grade heating elements and temperature sensors. They specialize in custom designer and industrial products, industrial cartridge, heating industrial silicone rubber heaters, industrial nozzle heaters and industrial air heaters. According to the company’s website, new products that will be added to the Marathon product line thanks to its Brownsville location will be tubular heaters, immersion heaters, starﬂex band heaters, refractory strip heaters and kamlrok disc heaters.
Hwy 54 Accident By CALVIN CARTER email@example.com Driving while tired can be very dangerous, as one driver learned Monday, August 8 in Haywood County. Authorities were called to Highway 54 near Highway 14, for a one-vehicle wreck. Cordiar House, a Gates, resident ﬂipped his car into a ditch off of Highway 54. According to Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Billy Jackson, House was driving eastbound on 54 when he fell
asleep at the wheel. House’s vehicle ran off onto the north side of the highway, striking a concrete, which then caused the vehicle to ﬂip upside down into the ditch area. It’s believed that despite the damage to the vehicle, House only suffered minor injuries. He was reportedly already out of the vehicle by the time authorities arrived, and was up and talking before being taken by the ambulance. House was taken to Haywood Park Community Hospital for a further look.
City Agrees on Payment to IDB By CALVIN CARTER firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brownsville City Board of Mayor and Aldermen met for their monthly meeting Tuesday, August 9 for a rather short agenda. Among the items discussed by the board, included a second reading of Ordinance #888, which will amend the Municipal Zoning Ordinance regulating development in ﬂood areas. Even with the intimidating 26page ordinance, Mayor Jo Matherne explained to the board that there really aren’t any signiﬁcant changes to the original zoning ordinance. It only updates a few things to make sure their in compliance with FEMA regulations, she noted. The ordinance passed. The board also passed Resolution #816, which authorizes a $25,000 payment to the Industrial Development Board to help with moving costs for
Marathon Heater, Inc. The business recently announced that they were purchasing Haywood Element, which closed down during the summer costing 30 employees their jobs. The business plans on bringing approximately 50-60 new jobs in the city. The county also agreed to give $25,000 to Marathon during their county commission meeting last month. The state is also apparently investing in the company’s move. It is currently unknown when the company will begin production. In other news, the board agreed to on a number of city board and commission appointments. On the Historic-Zoning Commission, Lynn Shaw and Carrie Parker will be reappointed for a ﬁve-year term to end on June 30, 2016. Linda Freeman was reappointed to a four-year term on the beer board that will end June 30, 2015. Marry Ann Pennel was voted onto the Animal Shelter for a four-year term
that will end in 2015. Julie Dahlhauser and Goldie Harwell will continue to be appointed to the Library Board with both being up for reappointment on June 30, 2013 and June 30, 2014, respectively. John Meuther will serve out his last term on the Library Board till June 30, 2013. Tim Stokely, Mark Halbrook and Della Ligon have been appointed to the Revolving Loan Fund, with two more members to be added soon. Taxi Cab Board will include Brownsville Police Chief Chris Lea, City Clerk Jessica Frye and Alderman Leon King whose terms will end on June 30 2014. And the City Beautiful Commission will include Walter Battle and Jane K. Watson who will serve until June 30, 2012, Sheri Richards, Barrow Taylor and Keith Walker who will serve until June 30, 2013, J.P. Hathcock and Gem Bell who will serve until June 30, 2014, and Parks & Recreation Director Nancy Cates and Conservation Board Chair Carolyn
Flagg. And Finally, TVA’s bill for June was $1,601,396.86. This month, an average residential eclectic bill will have an increase of approximately half of a percent. And June unemployment was 15.6 percent.
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Aiming For Success Annual Convocation Held
There are many breaking definitions of convocation. Some dictionaries will define the event as a special assembly of bishops and representative clergy. Others would define it as a ceremonial assembly of members of a college or university. For Haywood County, one could probably look at a certain convocation as a unique mix of both, as well as an opportunity to get the parents and community excited about Haywood County Schools new year. The event, which, pulled in a multitude of local and area leaders, featured performances from the Haywood County High School Show Choir. Haywood County Schools Director Marlon King began the school year with his annual State of the Schools message and convocation Wednesday August 3 at Christ Church.
This years was not only about current students in the Haywood County School System, but also provided a spotlight on some of HHS successful and leading HHS alumni. And before King discussed some of the school system regulations and rules, the event also
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featured keynote speaker Kevin Huffman. Huffman, who has worked previously as a lawyer, nonprofit executive and in education as a teacher was appointed as Governor Bill Haslam’s Commissioner of Education.
Business Owner to hold Class On Couponing In this economic crunch for families, one local woman has taken an old concept and placed new ideas to it, Couponing is not just for the stay at home mom any more. In the past few years it has become a must to save money in any way possible. Amy Spotts, owner of The Computer Patch located on the square, has made an art of couponing and has shared her knowledge with others interested in learning. She has held two classes, and due to the demand ,she is teaching a third on August 25 at 6 p.m. Amy has been composing for over fourteen years. She started couponing when her family was a one income family, While in college working to finish her degree, Amy began working and thought that she didn’t need to coupon anymore. It did not take long before she realized just how much money she was wasting by not using
the coupons. For those that are interested in registering for The Art of Couponing call 731-585-1000. The cost is $5 and has a limited registration. Amy will teach how to coupon and save money on your grocery and household items. There will be handouts to explain where you can find, how to use and when to use certain coupons. She will also include some recipes she uses for household cleaners made from every day ingredients. Also included in the class will be information on websites that can help you find coupons and alert you to deals in your area. She will also have handouts on coupon lingo. Refreshments will also be served by Chasity Jones DeGroat promoting her new, all natural, Wild Tree Products. Amy has started a Facebook page, for those interested, called Brownsville TN Penny
Pinchers. You may send a request to become a member to read her post and tips as well as other members. As the saying goes, “A Penny saved is a penny earned.” And with today’s rising cost we need to try to find all the pennies we can find. Below is a recipe from Amy for Laundry Detergent. This washing detergent is very inexpensive to use. It makes a very large batch and is made with all natural ingredients. It is also safe for septic tanks and it can be mixed with any store bought detergent to stretch or for certain scents. All of the items may be found at most local stores. 2 cups Fels Naptha Soap (grated) 1 cup Washing Soda 1 cup Borax Mix well and store in an airtight plastic container. Use 2 tablespoons per full load.
Bluegrass featured at August “Concert on the Porch” Join the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville, Tenn., for the fourth in its ‘Concert on the Porch’ series Saturday, August 20, beginning at 7 p.m. This month’s concert will feature Wildwood Express, a group of ﬁve area musicians who perform the old time stringed music of yesterday. Also appearing with Wildwood Express will be 11-year-old Emma Webb of Memphis. The concert will open with Webb. Webb is part of the Generation Next series of the Memphis and Shelby County Music Commission and she is also the youngest member of the Memphis Songwriters Association. Webb has been performing in the Memphis area since
she was eight. Her performances include music from the 80s to current pop songs plus some originals. Wildwood Express performs the old time stringed music including bluegrass gospel, instrumentals and old time country. Their instruments of choice include the banjo, dulcimer, mandolin, upright bass and guitar. The band is made up of Grover Westover, of Brownsville, who does vocals and plays guitar. Paul Jackson is from Bells, Tenn., and does vocals and plays mandolin. Gary Spraggins is on the upright bass and is from Alamo. Coley and Marilyn Graves are from Bartlett, Coley does vocals, guitar and banjo, while his wife, Marilyn plays the
hammered dulcimer. All are members of the Jackson Tennessee Area Plectral Society whose main purpose is the preservation of old time stringed music. Everyone is invited to this free event. Bring your lawn chairs or blanket and enjoy an evening of oldtime music. For more information, call the Center at 731-779-9000 or visit online at www. westtnheritage.com. The West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center is a visitor’s center and three regional museum located off of Interstate 40 at Exit 56, behind McDonald’s, in Brownsville. “Concert on the Porch” is offered May through September and is presented from the porch of the “Sleepy” John Adam Estes home located on the grounds.
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Leadership Haywood Accepting Applications: Fitting All the Pieces of Haywood County Together Leadership Haywood County is accepting applications for the 20112012 Class. Applications may be picked up and turned in to the Brownsville Chamber of Commerce by August 16, 2011. Tuition for the program is $400 dollars. Class begins September 2012, and are held one day per month thru April 2012. A challenge for people of any community is to understand how all the pieces of people activity ﬁt together. Successful communities ﬁnd ways and leaders that who are able to combine many varied interests across a very broad landscape of both public and private activity. Further complicating that landscape is the diversity of the community scattered along lines of religion, ethnicity, age, neighborhood,
sex, income, education etc. Leadership Haywood has been designed with a basic goal of identifying emerging leaders throughout the community and bringing them together as a group. They are presented issues, community needs and the inner workings of both the public and private sector. In short they are given a modiﬁed SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threat) analysis of Haywood County. Each graduate is armed with knowledge and contacts necessary to assist their friends and community in making Haywood County a better place. There are a limited number of spaces available and Individuals and organizations are encouraged to apply immediately.
Rev. & Mrs. Gary W. Mitchell 50th Anniversary
FIRE Continued their trucks, that practically contained little gear at one point, is now full of some of the latest ﬁreﬁghting equipment thanks to a grant they acquired. And thanks to the generosity of two ﬁre departments in upstate New York, Stanton welcomes some more much needed equipment. The donation started, thanks to area Constable Dan Groh, who inquired if the department needed any more gear. Groh is a friend of Joe Santagelo, a Lieutenant for the Guilford Fire Department in Guilford New York, who was looking to donate extra gear. Dancy along with Stanton Volunteer Fire Fighter Kim Howard, made the 1,070 mile trip to Guilford last Tuesday, August 2. After 16-17 hours on the road, the two were surprised with not only Guilford’s donation, but also additional gear from a ﬁre department in nearby Norwich.
The Stanton Department received 20 sets of turn-out gear, 12 helmets, 25 pairs of boots, a siren box, power boxes, and a couple of light bars. “Mr. Joe was real nice to us to donate that equipment,” Dancy said. “Anything that we can get, we really do appreciate it because we don’t have a whole lot of money to buy gear or equipment.” While both Howard and Dancy described the trip to and back to Stanton as “very long,” both quickly added how worth it was to even make the drive. G u i l f o r d and Norwich’s contributions are a nice surprise, showing that there are still those always willing to give to those who need it. “I’m proud of the fact that there are ﬁre departments out there that would just give to others that don’ t have a lot of money,” Dancy said. “It’s just really nice to see anyone do that.” Some of the Stanton
residents are not only grateful for Guilford and Norwich’s donations, but are also grateful for Dancy and Howard even making the trip. Many would tell you that, Dancy and Howard’s gungho approach to the job does not go unnoticed. “Anything that happens in the area, they’re usually the ﬁrst ones out there,” Stanton Welcome Center/ Library Director Debbie Sterbinsky said. “And the department, I mean they really do work hard.” “I think we have a great department. At least we’ve got guys out there who will tackle and handle anything in this town,” Stanton Vice Mayor Emma Delk said. “And there aren’t a lot of people who would take the time to drive to New York to pick up equipment for a volunteer ﬁre department. “For all that we’re trying to do here, if I could ﬁnd more Roberts and Kims, we could make it.”
On the Agenda
2nd Thursday of every month - 7 p.m.
Brownsville City Board Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month – 5:30 p.m.
Haywood County School Board Meeting 2nd Tuesday of every month – 6 p.m.
Brownsville City Planning Commission 4th Thursday of each month – 4 p.m.
Stanton Planning Commission Meeting 3rd Thursday of the month – 7 p.m.
Brownsville Historic Zoning Commission Third Thursday of every month - 4 p.m. Brownsville City Court Room
Stanton Town Meeting 3rd Tuesday of the month – 7 p.m.
Brownsville Utility Board 1st Tuesday – 5 p.m. at the Utility Ofﬁce Haywood County Commission Meeting 3rd Monday of every month – 7 p.m. Haywood County Election Commission 2nd Thursday of the month – 5:30 p.m. in the election ofﬁce Haywood County Planning Commission
Tennessee Driver License Service County Clerk, Sonya Castellaw issues Tennessee Driving License and ID renewals and duplicates Wednesday and Thursday of each week from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Telephone: 7722362
Dunbar Carver High Alumni to meet Dunbar Carver High Alumni Brownsville
Chapter will hold their regular meeting, Monday, August 15 at 5;30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Carver cafeteria. All member and interested persons are invited to attend. Calvin Hawkins is president
Circles Of Hope Telethon The 28th Annual Circles of Hope Telethon to beneﬁt the Exchange Club-Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse is 1 to 10 pm on WBBJ ABC Channel 7. We will be taking a look back at how far we have come in the ﬁght against child abuse. Thanks to you and our wonderful volunteers for always being ready to answer the needs of the Haywood County Center. Together we can make a difference, one child at a time. Please join us at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson and support the 28th Annual Circles of Hope Telethon.
Rev. and Mrs. Gary W. Mitchell celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary August 3, 2011. They were married in Stamps, Ark. in 1961 by Rev. James M. Mitchell, the father of the groom. They have been in full time ministry during their ﬁfty years of marriage. They have been residents of Brownsville for 16 years, where they are
the pastors of the First Assembly of God church. Gary is very active in the local Minister’s Alliance and volunteers with Habitat for Humanity. He enjoys gardening and golﬁng. Mary is active with her women’s group at their church and also plays the piano and directs the choir. She has a passion for reading. They have four
children, Steve Mitchell of Memphis, Stephanie VanDouser of Millington, Jon Mitchell and Gary Mitchell both of Mooreland, OK. They have thirteen grandchildren. There will be an anniversary celebration honoring them on August 14, at the First Assembly of God church in Brownsville hosted by their children.
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Thursday, August 11, 2011
Off the Beaten Path with Jerry Wilson Unalienable Rights: God’s Endowment We seem to hear a lot these days about the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, etc. While performing our duties and responsibilities to society, we must also remember such words as freedom, basic rights and doing the right things. Apparently, reaching a consensus regarding the current budget, attempts to solve the U.S. debt crisis and addressing the economic woes facing our nation may be responsible for such patriotic concerns. Content within the Declaration of Independence has also become a conversational piece. One of the most quoted statements from the Declaration of Independence is found in the second sentence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Unalienable rights cannot, under any circumstance, be surrendered or taken because they are a gift of God Himself to the individual. However, unalienable rights are not to be
confused with inalienable rights that cannot be surrendered or transferred without the consent of the one who possesses them. An example of an inalienable right is found in the Biblical account of Esau who sold his birthright to his brother, Jacob. It is agreed upon by most, that these unalienable rights affirm that human beings are capable of governing themselves according to their own free will and take responsibility for their actions. Let’s consider for a moment the subject of free will. When discussing liberty regarding unalienable rights, the word “Freedom” is often inserted instead. While discussing freedom and free will as an unalienable right endowed by God, we should consider their relationship to “freedom of choice,” as taught in the Bible. If we are children of free will, we must consider the Biblical teachings regarding our freedom to make choices. We have the freedom to choose God or other gods, which highway to travel and even which master to serve. Several years ago, I enjoyed the pleasure of working with the late Jack
Knapp who was a former farm agent in a neighboring county. He hosted one of those weekly “how to shows” that assisted the concerned listeners with their problems. One listener called with a mole problem in her lawn. “Mr. Jack,” she said, “Can you give me a sure fire way of getting rid of these moles in my yard?” Jack paused for a moment and came back with a one word answer, “MOVE.” He gave her a choice that was a fool proof option. He suggested that she might sell the house, purchase a yacht and put it on the river. “You may not like the view from your living room window,” Jack said, “You may have other problems but I can assure you that a mole problem won’t be one of them.” Call it free will or freedom of choice. It is a true unalienable right endowed by God that cannot be purchased, sold or even given away. Even when we decide not to make a decision, we have made a choice and must take full responsibility for that decision. Country singer, George Jones, who knows a lot about choices and their consequences, reminds us in the lyrics of his song titled “Choices,” that we live and die by the choices we make.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
We go primal this week as Rise of the Planet of the Apes hits theaters and easily wins the box office battle, and it comes as no surprise. A remake for this franchise has been demanded since the last Planet of the Apes film. And no, I’m not including the crappy 2001, Mark Walhberg installation. Seriously, what were they thinking? That aside, we’ve been waiting for what could be a genuine reboot and this is definitely it. Thought this film is more about plot-building you have to keep in mind that the general synopsis here is the “rise” of the Planet of the Apes, and not some non-stop action packed war film. Though its safe to say that the second half of this movie
8 / 10
is indeed filled to the brim with action. What was interesting in this movie was the story of how the apes came to be the higher evolutionary species and the reasons for the humans dying out. It’s almost like watching an “apocalyptic beginnings” movie but instead of biological experimentation turning us into zombies, the apes become smarter and take over. The acting by James Franco is, as always, superior, but in this particular film he was more of a supporting character to the star of the film: Caesar the ape. Caesar exhibits extraordinary intelligence and is raised in and environment where he is not sure of his standing in the world. When his
interaction brings fear to people he must decide who he is and where he wants to be. Undoubtedly he decides to help out his own species and hence sets off a chain of events that inevitably lead up to apes taking over the planet. As far as storylines go this one was well directed and the CG was phenomenal. I found myself often caring more about the mistreated apes than the humans. It was like I completely forgot that the apes were CG when I watched it. This was a great film and one I would recommend seeing in the theater if you haven’t already. Therefore, I am giving it an eight out of 10. Until next week, I’ll see you at the theater.
By 28th Judicial District Circuit Court Judge Clayburn Peeples
Not So Civil Discourse A lot of people are still gasping over the vile sounding struggle between republicans and democrats over the just concluded debt ceiling debate. Most folks don’t follow the workings of congress on a regular basis, and watching the two parties trade gratuitous insults with each other left many Americans repulsed by the vitriol and childish name calling. Both the political and the media classes displayed their worst faces for several days in a row and left the entire nation queasy, at best. They were so juvenile in their insulting of each other, at times it seemed we were watching a gross out contest between Eddie Haskell and Beaver Cleaver. Every day it was a new insult hurled by one side at the other. Some were fairly mild, as when the president accused the speaker of leaving him “at the alter” while negotiating. The speaker shot back that trying to negotiate with the White House was like dealing with a bowl full of Jello. These negotiations, said the president, are like a “three ring circus.” He said it was time to “pull off the Band-Aid and eat our peas.” Both sides accused the other of “moving the goal posts.” The republicans accused the president of “throwing a tantrum.” He told them to “act like adults.” Former speaker Nancy Pelosi accused Speaker Boehner of having chosen to “go to the dark side.” Senator John McCain compared conservative members of his own party to Hobbits, from Lord of the Rings. Former speaker Pelosi said she and her fellow democrats were “trying to save the world” from the republican budget. “We’re trying,” she said somewhat dramatically, “to save life on this planet as we know it today,” suggesting implicitly that the republicans were
trying to destroy it. Vicepresident Biden, said the republicans had acted like terrorists. The national chattering class of columnists chimed in on a daily basis. MSNBC’s Chris Matthews described the debate as “one guy with a knife and the other trying to avoid being cut. It was a thug,” he said, “attacking a victim. It was a mugging!” A New York Times columnist referred to Tea Party republicans as the “Hezbollah faction” of the party. A United Methodist minister congressman from Missouri, described the agreement reached as a “sugar coated Satan sandwich.” Hostile, vitriolic rhetoric flowed nonstop from all quarters as Americans watched with fascinated horror; but hey, as many have pointed out before, “politics ain’t beanbag.” Vicious political insults are as old as the country itself. Thomas Jefferson, for example, called John Adams a hermaphrodite during one election. Senator Stephen Douglas called Abraham Lincoln a “hatchet-faced nutmeg dealer” when they were running against each other. And verbal fireworks weren’t all they hurled at each other in the old days. Actual fistfights and duels sometimes added to the verbal insults and arguments between political factions. Way back in 1798, for example, Congressman Matthew Lyon, of Vermont, accused Congressman Roger Griswold, of Connecticut, of being corrupt. Griswold, in turn, called Lyon a coward, whereupon Lyon spat in his face. Two weeks later, Griswold attacked Lyon on the same floor with a wooden cane and began beating him about the head. Lyon backed up to a fireplace, picked up a pair of fire tongs and used them to disarm Griswold, whereupon the matter devolved into
a fistfight. In 1832, an Ohio congressman, William Stanberry, accused Tennessee Governor Sam Houston of corrupt dealings with Indians. Two weeks later, Houston, on a trip to Washington, attacked Stanbery in the street with a hickory cane. Stanberry, armed with two pistols and a dirk, pulled out one of his guns, stuck it in Houston’s chest and pulled the trigger. It misfired, sparing Houston’s life and altering the course of history. Houston was charged with assault, which set up one of America’s first high profile trials. He hired famous Washington lawyer, Francis Scott Key (Yes, the same one.) to represent him, but was still found guilty. Due to the influence of highly placed friends, however, including future president James K. Polk, he escaped with a reprimand. Stanberry then sued him in civil court and was successful, but again, Houston escaped with a slap on the wrist, a judgment of five hundred dollars, which he refused to pay, choosing instead to head west to Texas in everlasting glory. Another former Tennessean, Missouri senator Thomas Hart Benton, charged toward another senator during a debate with the intent of thrashing him, but the other senator pulled out a pistol at the last second, and Benton backed off. All sorts of physical altercations have taken place as a result of congressional disputes and grievances, one of which, in 1857, involved a fight on the House floor among dozens of congressmen. So as bad as things are today, they once were much worse. Satan sandwiches, sugar coated or not, may sound disgusting, but they are an improvement over beatings and fistfights. Somewhat.
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Martin Dance Studio
Thursday, August 11, 2011
A Ballet and Tap dance was performed by these young ladies. They are members of the Martin Dance Studio directed by Cornelia Link. Front row, from left: Anna Meck, Erin Stanifer, Leah Gebhart, Mamie Hopper. Back row, from left: Mary Elizabeth Hooper and Addison Prince.
Was the name of the Jazz routine performed by these Martin Dance Studio dancers on May 20 at College Hill Theatre. Front, from left: Madison Kellum, Ellie Riddle, Annie Lee Bond, Mattie Ford Middle, from left: Kiley McChesney, Macy Reed, Katie Converse. Back row, from left: Kelsey Wilson, Sarah Bond, McKenzie Carver and Sydney Paris.
Was the name of the song these young ladies danced to during Martin Dance Studio’s show at College Hill Theatre. The studio has been directed by “Miss” Cornelia Link for 37 years. Front row, from left: Ann-Wesley Banks, Claudia Jones, Ella Talley, Madison Bull. Middle row, from left: Melanie Tyus, Amber Pocock, Madison Dancy. Back row, from left, Riley Hooser, Julie Snowden, Mia Prince, Kelsey Prine, Kaitlyn Ellis, Camille Converse, Chloe Carver, Aniya Flournoy and Emily Barcroft.
Didn’t miss a beat while performing their tap routine in Martin Dance Studio’s Recital. Martin Dance Studio has been directed by Cornelia Link since 1973. Front row, from left: Taylor Chute, Skyla Ziegler. Back row, from left: Maya Tyus, Jessica Johnson and Annie Thornton.
These talented dancers delighted the audience with their routine during Martin Dance Studio’s show on May 20 at College Hill Theatre. They are taught by “Miss” Cornelia Link. Front row, from left: Madison Haak, Lindsey Jones. Middle row, front left: Kristian Reid, Jade Taylor, Memory Utley. Back row, from left: Elizabeth English, Molly Joyner and Greer Tomlinson.
With their talents were these Martin Dance Studio dancers. In addition to the College Hill Theatre, these ballerinas also delighted the audience at the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Theatre in Huntingdon. They are directed by Cornelia Link. From left: Anna Reid, Taylor Primrose and Madison Eubanks.
Obituaries Mr. Robert Dewayne Droke Date of Death - July 30, 2011
Robert Dewayne Droke, 74, of Portage, passed away Saturday, July 30, 2011 at St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart. Dewayne was born February 7, 1937 in Chester County to Oliver Droke and Hazel (nee Bennett) Droke. He had been a longtime Northwest Indiana for approximately 55 years. Robert was a US Air Force Veteran serving during the Korean War Era. He was a retired millwright from Bethlehem Steel in Burns Harbor. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, 3 children: Bill (Tammy) Coleman of Portage, Chuck (Donna) Coleman of Midway and Cynthia (David) Bruns of Lake Station, 5 grandchildren: Amber (Derrick) Milenkoff,
Robert (Rachel) Coleman, Crystal Bruns, Beth Ann Coleman and Candice Bruns, 1 greatgranddaughter, Noel Coleman, 2 brothers: Ray (Tammy) Droke of Jackson, Olive L. Droke of Ripley, 6 sisters: LaVerne Haynes of Ripley, Illa Mae Matlock of Brownsville, Frances Lee, also of Brownsville, and Kay (Mike) Hill of Atoka, and a host of nieces and nephews. His parents, daughter, Sharon Coleman and brother, Harvey Droke, preceded him in death. Funeral services were held Wednesday, August 3, 2011 at Rees Funeral Home, Olson Chapel, 5341 Central Avenue, Portage. Burial followed in Calvary Cemetery in Portage, Indiana.
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Mrs. Barbara Drake Stafford Date of Death - August 7, 2011
Mrs. Opal Mae King
Date of Death - August 6, 2011 Mrs. Opal Mae King, 82, died Saturday, August 6, 2011, at JacksonMadison County General Hospital. Services will be Sunday, August 14, 2011, at 2 p.m. at Peaceful Chapel Baptist Church in Brownsville. Interment will be in Hickory Grove
Baptist Church Cemetery in Brownsville. There will be a visitation on Saturday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Peaceful Chapel Baptist Church and on Sunday from 1 p.m. until time of service at Peaceful Chapel Baptist Church.
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Mrs. Patsy Elrod Sorrell
Date of Death - August 1, 2011 Mrs. Patsy Elrod Sorrell, age 64, went to be with the Lord peacefully, on Monday, August 1, 2011, at Baptist Memorial Hospital East, Memphis. Funeral Services were held Wednesday, August
3 2011, in BrownsvilleBells Funeral Home Chapel, with Bro. John Ed Watkins ofﬁciating. Burial followed in Brownsville Memorial Gardens.
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Barbara Drake Stafford, age 73, passed away in the Jackson Madison County General Hospital on Sunday, August 7, 2011. Graveside funeral services under the direction of Lea and Simmons Funeral Home were held Tuesday, August 9, 2011 in the Brownsville Memorial Gardens. She was preceded in death by her parents: Andrew Drake and Aileen Shaw Drake and the couple that raised her; Lessie and Newt Stewart; three brothers: Clifford Russell Drake, Chesley Drake and Maurice Drake and a sister: Jeannette Stokes. Mrs. Stafford is survived by her husband; Billy Stafford, Sugar Tree; two daughters: Brenda Lea (Bill) Brownsville,
Betty Friend (Jerry) Little Rock, AR; a sister Christine Reid, Ripley, eight grandchildren: Abby Hooper (Jason), Emily Chantharasy (Thom), Patrick Friend, Katherine Friend, Joseph Friend, William Lea (Terri), Selle Shanks (Tim) and Anne Workman (Rusty); 12 greatgrandchildren: Drake Hooper, Stafford Hooper, Mary-Elizabeth Hooper, Miller Chantharasy, Jude Chantharasy, Joseph Shanks, Elizabeth Shanks, Conlee Lea, MarySelle Lea, John Russell Workman, Mae Workman and Will Workman. In lieu of ﬂowers, memorials may be made to the Carl Perkins Child Abuse Center, 130 Boyd Ave., Brownsville, TN 38012.
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Haywood travels to Covington Friday for jamboree By JEFF IRELAND Sports Editor Those interested in getting an early look at the 2011 Haywood High School football team will get that chance Friday night at the Covington Athletic Field. Six area teams, including locals Haywood, Covington, Munford and Tipton-Rosemark Academy, will take part in the event, which begins at 6:30. Each team will play two 20-minute periods with a running clock. TRA takes on Lausanne first, followed by Munford vs. Haywood and Covington against First Assembly Christian School. Admission is $7. Haywood, under first-year head coach Slade Calhoun, begins the regular season Aug. 19 at home against Jackson Central-Merry.
100th year of Haywood football to be celebrated By JEFF IRELAND Sports Editor
The Haywood County High School Tomcats practice hard to prepare for their upcoming scrimmage. Photos By Calvin Carter
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The Friends of the Elma Ross Public Library are proud to announce Friends Night at the Library on Tuesday, August 16 at 7 p.m. Our guest presenter is Dr. G. Lee Ramsey, Professor at Memphis Theological Seminary. The following excerpt is from the MTS website: A native of Georgia, Lee Ramsey is an ordained United Methodist minister and member of the North Georgia Annual Conference. He joined the faculty of Memphis Theological Seminary in 1998 to teach pastoral care and preaching. Ramsey’s scholarly interests
include the relationship between pastoral care and preaching, pastoral care in times of grief and loss, and the use of fiction and film to explore the practices of Christian ministry. He serves as the Project Director of Sustaining Pastoral Excellence, a program of the Seminary to support pastors for continued excellence in Christian ministry. Ramsey is the author of Care-full Preaching: From Sermon to Caring Community; Preachers and Misfits, Prophets and Thieves: The Minister in Southern Fiction; numerous articles and reviews in academic and
professional journals; and a contributor to Lectionary Homiletics, Homily Service and Explorefaith.org. Dr. Ramsey will be talking about his works, especially “Preachers and Misfits, Prophets and Thieves: the Minister in Southern Fiction.” Please join us for a very informative and enlightening evening as we welcome Dr. Ramsey here to the Elma Ross Public Library. Light refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited to attend Friends Night at the Library on Tuesday, August 16 at 7 p.m. Happy Reading!
History will be made and represented Aug. 19 at the Haywood High School football stadium. At halftime of the Tomcats’ season opener against Jackson Central-Merry, hundreds of former players, coaches, cheerleaders, band members and others associated with the football program will be recognized at halftime to commemorate the 100th year of Haywood High School football. Alumni from every decade from the 1940’s to the present will participate, traveling from as far away as California. “People are coming from all over,” said Dr. Robert Rooks, who was a senior on the 1969 Tomcat team that went undefeated. “I talked to a guy who graduated in 1938 who is coming. It should be the biggest sporting event ever held in Haywood County.” Rooks, chairman of the event’s organizing committee, said messages have been
Haywood High School Graduate Courtney Forsythe was recently awarded a $1,000 check from the Brownsville Rotary Club to help with school. Forsythe, who was in the top 20 percent of her class, is attending UT Martin, majoring in Pharmacy. She is pictured center with Rotary Club President Anne Banks and Rotary Scholarship Committee member Brownsville Police Chief Chris Lea. Photo By Calvin Carter
sent via e-mail, letters and Facebook to alumni all across the country. The stadium’s capacity is 3200. “I’m expecting another thousand or two over that,” Rooks said. “We’re asking everybody to get there early.” During halftime representatives from each decade will line up on the field. Balloons will be released and information about the history of Haywood football will be read over the PA system. Those taking part in the event are being asked to meet at a reception tent at 6 p.m. Earlier in the day, from 2 to 5 p.m., alumni will meet in the sports room at the Haywood County Museum to mingle and reflect on the history of the Haywood football program which is, according to Rooks, the sixth-winningest program in the state. To commemorate the event, alumni will receive a framed aerial photograph of the stadium taken over the summer.
West TN Business College Dean’s List The following students from Haywood County were named to the Dean’s List during the last enrollment period ending August 21 at West Tennessee Business College. In order to make the list students must maintain a 95 or above average. Jessica Chilcutt, Lisa Oglesby and Sharnice Woods.
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Holly Grove News Grove News ly Holly Grove News By H.Jones Jones by Martha Martha H. By Martha H. Jones
“I’ll be the Judge of That” was the subject of the message Sunday. What did Jesus mean when He said to stop judging others? He was not talking about in a loving way confronting sins in others that God had already condemned in His word. We are not to have a harsh, critical, judgmental attitude toward others, maximizing our neighbor’s sin and minimizing our own. The speck or splinter in another’s eye may seem very large to us while we overlook the log in our own eye. We are to have a decerning spirit, determining a way to help with a caring and loving attitude. Sometimes the only thing we can do to reach others who have drifted into sin is to pray for them. A skit and reading entitled, “Roman Road” was presented prior to the services by Kathy McClinton, Rebecca Hopper, Casey Long and Britney Goodrich. Kathy Hopper sang the special music, accompanied by her son Jay on the guitar. Jay taught himself guitar in college. He must have gotten his talent from his Nannie Simpson or Uncle Neil Herbert. When the invitation was given, Carla Ferrell made a profession of her faith in Christ and became a
part of Holly Grove. Happy birthday to Marjorie Williams, Peyton Watson, Dennis Hood, Jacob Watson and Shana Blurton. Happy anniversary to David and Sandra Peace and to James and Judy Lewis. Happy birthday to my childhood friend, Jack Fletcher. He will be celebrating his 80th birthday, but he is still young at heart. Jack, Jean and I attended Woodland Grammar School together. He and I sat together on Mr. Everett William’s bus going and coming from school. Jack was a popular young man with lots of young girls interested in him. God blessed us both with our lifetime partners. The sick are on our minds, in our hearts and in our prayers. Betty Barden is doing lots better and attended church Sunday. We rejoice with Justin Climer in the good report he received. Dewey will be undergoing sleep tests this week. Others are Doug Harvey, Glenn White, Lorene Qualls, Fletcher Lewis, Viola Brown, Ted Mann, Ray and Janie Hight, Sandra Posey and Steve Sullivan. We express our heartfelt sympathy to Billy, Brenda and the family of Barbara Drake Stafford. Barbara, a dear friend, and I go back to our days at Wellwood.
She was also among our group of young people from church, who went skating two times a week in Humboldt. Along with this family, keep in your prayers Barbara and Billy’s daughter Betty Friend, who is a very sick young lady. Lorie Jones joined her friend Betra Hinkson and her family last Friday night and went to Whiteville for a meal together in celebration of Betra’s mother, Mary Ann Hinkson’s birthday. Several of our young people at Holly Grove Church will be leaving soon for college, Keith Blackburn to UT Knoxville, Nathan Peace to Union University, Cortney Forsythe to UT Martin, Christine Brown to University of Memphis, Tiffany McCaslin, Ben Norris and Alysen Perry. The Children’s Department, grades 1-6 enjoyed a back to school swim party last Tuesday at the home of Danny and Brenda Simpson. Missionaries, Jay and Anna Pratt, enjoyed a meal with Robert and Betty Barden at a local restaurant last Sunday. Earlier, Jay spoke at the Poplar Corner Church. That afternoon, Pat and Wilma Galloger visited with Robert and Betty. Ike and Olga Sellari and Betty Carol Haynes, visited with Dewey and Martha Jones last week.
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With the daily marathon that we run, are we prepared to face the challenges that come our way? Sunday morning at Zion Baptist Church, Brother Mark Conway used Hebrews 12 and various other Scriptures to focus on “Removing any Hindrances”. What is holding you back from being the Spiritual person that Christ wants? Billy and Diane Wright began their adult class using the “American Heritage” video series Sunday night. What an eye-opener! If you don’t have a Church, Zion would be glad to have you, and you would deﬁnitely be enlightened on the faith of our founding fathers. Although the youth enjoyed a movie with snacks, thanks to the owner of the new donut shop for visiting with Jerry Foster and bringing samples for the adults. I’m not sure what Sherry Tritt or Carolyn Frazier did for their classes, but we were delighted! One of our talented youth Kaitlyn Schwarz was part of the entertainment for our State of the Schools convocation Wednesday. Thanks to Christ Church for the use of your facilities and thanks to
HHS Show Choir for the entertainment! Brother Mark Conway reported 17 attended the men’s prayer breakfast Thursday with Billy Linthecum presenting the devotion. Anyone interested in joining this faithful group, come to Zion’s family life center Thursday morning at six. Mike Leigh, they’re still waiting on you! Tommy and Nancy Littlejohn had a wonderful week with grandchildren from Cordova. Zach and Isabella kept them on their toes, but they enjoyed every minute! We have certainly enjoyed our company this week. Charles and Barbara Elrod stopped by Monday afternoon for a short visit on the way to Jackson to celebrate Whitney’s birthday. Tuesday, mama joined Jimmy and me as we went to eat. We then rode through the Hatchie Bottom, while we were waiting for Barbara to repair a printer for me. Thursday, Shelia Williamson stopped by for a few minutes while her husband was attending business across the highway. Mama came back Friday night to spend the night. God has truly blessed us with wonderful family and
friends! Thanks to our son Justin for coming by Saturday morning to weed-eat. He also sprayed so they wouldn’t come back so quick. I managed to get out in the heat and do some yard work and cleaning. One day it will look like a real home! Chris Austin, Joey Drake, Brice Meeks, Marcus Witherspoon and all of their families gathered at Jessie and Norma Austin’s home Saturday afternoon for a back to school party for their children. Norma came home from the hospital to join the fun for a little while, but had to go back when the doctor came in with more bad news concerning Jessie. He had been there since Wednesday night when his foot gaped open after removing stitches. Please pray for Jessie as well as others who are sick, our military personnel and their families, the shut-ins, those who have lost loved ones, and the leaders of our country. Also, pray for Zion’s Fall Revival beginning October 9 through 12. Call me at 772-4257 if you have news. People want to know!
Thursday, August 11, 2011
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Love animals? Please go visit our Animal Shelter! Adoptions are so easy! Whoa! School has started! Parents are whizzing everywhere trying to ﬁll in the gapes of the now too-small uniforms and/or buy brand new ones! Children, students and school buses are all over the place now! Brownsville is back in the action and back on the road! A thrilling moment in Haywood County, thanks to the combined efforts of John Finn, former CEO of Haywood Element and Joe Ing, Chamber Executive Director! A new business has opened up in the same location and is called Marathon Heating! Halleluiah! John Finn will be running this also and he has someone there taking applications! Marvelous! That is such a little ‘happy’ in these tough times, isn’t it? My phone and ofﬁce have been overwhelmed with local interest, in where to get an application! Just so tickled to be able to tell them to head on out to Marathon Heating to get one! Congratulations John and Joe! Awesome work! My friend, Patty Perry and her husband Joe, went to Knoxville last week to be with their daughter Candace and her family. They had a super, big time playing with sweet Ava Claire, who is now 7 months old! She has big blue eyes and… like her mom…very busy! Patty says she wishes she had her here in Brownsville to show her off! We wish you did too! PJ and Sandra Angotti recently got back from spending a few fabulous days in New York City! They met their long time friends, Bill and Lois Smith from Atlanta, their son Michael, from Los Angeles along with Tommy and Terri Smith and daughter Sydney, from Pennsylvania. Michael works for Principal Entertainment as a manager for actors
and actresses. One of his clients, Seth Numrich, plays the lead role in the theater production of ‘The War Horse’, which is playing at the Lincoln Center in New York. They went to the play and afterwards, Michael took them backstage to meet Seth and see the actual horse puppets, which were life-size! Seth was a good sport and didn’t mind the picture taking! The play was outstanding and is coming out as a movie in December! They ate supper at Nica Tratorria and it was the best Italian food they had ever had the pleasure of devouring! PT, Bill and Tommy went to the Yankee’s game on Sunday and were over-themoon since the Yankees won! Michael took all the girls around SOHO and they shopped…as women do! They had coffee right across the street from Kelly Rippa’s apartment house! Amazing! Fifth Avenue was also a shopper’s dream! At the airport, they ran into Jere and Peggy Williamson! When they got stuck on the plane on the tarmac for two hours, guess who they talked to during the wait? Jere and Peggy! What a small world and a great trip! Ms. Joline Williams called me the other night and told me about going to her daughter-inlaw’s, father’s funeral, in Corinth this past week. His name was Jim Bryant from Bells and he was buried in the national Military Cemetery in Corinth. He was married to the former Iris Guinn, who was originally from Brownsville. Ms. Joline was enormously impressed with the Military funeral and the cemetery. She said it looked exactly like the Arlington Cemetery, where all the headstones were identical. She was so overwhelmed with it that she wanted me to mention it in my column! What a lovely tribute to Jim Bryant! Thanks, Ms. Joline!
In July, Jan Cleek and Mary Frances Trottman gave a baby shower for Ashley and Aubrey Rotenbery, at Zion United Methodist Church in Brownsville. Ashley is Jan’s niece and she is Mary Frances Trottman’s granddaughter! Family and friends had a fantastic time! Aubrey Reese was born July 21 at 8:36 p.m. at Methodist Hospital in Germantown. She was 8.5 lbs and 21” long! Congratulations Ashley and Aubrey! Remember Recycling is a humongous improvement, not to mention a moneymaker for our community! If we all recycle our ofﬁce paper, newspaper, mail, documents and any other kind of recyclables, the recycling plant sells it, and the money goes back into the community! Schools, businesses, homes, churches and clubs can add to the income of Haywood County without buying a thing! Just give us your PAPER! Any questions, call Haywood County Recycling Plant! 772-7975. The Recycling workers will even bring a huge recycle bin out to your school or business and pick it up when it’s full! Now that is what I call service! Recycling couldn’t be easier! I’m already bugging Joe about what day we can do for Christmas at the Chamber! I am wanting to have the Magniﬁcent Haywood High School Show Choir, directed by Michelle Tillman, come and entertain everyone who enters the building! They were so awesome last year! We have to have them come back! They made the acoustics Ring!! It may be just a tiny, tad too early to bug him about this… but…I AM READY!!! Remember to keep that scoop coming! I can NOT do it by myself! You all are doing such a good job keeping me typing! Aroundtownmarty@aol. com or 780-4111.
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We had a great day at Allen on Sunday. Andrew, Alicia and Claire joined us for our worship service, and we had lunch together afterwards. Linda Merrick and Harriet Stewart sang a beautiful song for our special music, and Brother Phil delivered a very good message. My grandson, Julian, was injured in a bike accident, fracturing his collarbone and separating his shoulder. He is feeling much better, and has begun this school
term as a sixth grader at USJ Middle School. I know he will have a wonderful year. My granddaughter, Emily, is in the ﬁfth grade, and my granddaughter, Krista, will be a senior at Wellesley. They have grown up so fast. Happy Birthday to Ann Lytle, Ben Davis, Mark Davis, Hal Rodgers, Dale Kendrick, Reece Dew and Darron Byrd. We extend our sincere sympathy to the family of Mrs. Barbara Stafford. Please remember this
sweet family in your prayers. On our prayer list are Jerry Baggett, Martha Crutcher, Carolyn Danley, Liz Evans, Bill Duke, Ann Baird, Fletcher Lewis and Steve White. Our Bible Verse for this week is Psalm 34:15, which states, “The eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous, and his ears are open unto their cry.” If you have news or prayer requests, please contact me at gail. email@example.com. Have a great week!
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by Shirley Tucker, Activity By Shirley Tucker, ActivityDirector Director Had a great treat this week when the minister at First Presbyterian Church, Pastor Chris McCurdy, came and brought our Sunday afternoon message. Thank you so much, Pastor Chris. Our folks really appreciated you sharing your weekend with us. Monday afternoon, we had a gentleman from Sysco Foods come and share his thoughts on positive living and being a great example to other folks even at our age. Grace Mulligan is a shining example of a positive person here at Sugar Creek. She walks up and down the halls singing as she goes. We always know where she’s at because we can hear her singing. What a joy she is to be around. The Sysco man also brought us a special treat that afternoon when he brought some new cheesecakes (silk tuxedo) for us to try. We told him we’d be his “guinea pig” any day of the week! Amy Moss sent us some gorgeous vases of ﬂowers this week that looked like they were straight off the plane from Hawaii. There
were birds of paradise, bromeliads, ginger, anthuriums, heliconias and lobster claws. They had everything from the islands in it but a pineapple. Speaking of pineapple, there is a new variety called Maui Gold…..sweetest thing you ever tasted. If you ever see one, grab it – you’ll love it. Thanks so much for the ﬂowers, Amy. Laura Richards had a nice surprise this week when her sister, Hilda Wilson, from Collierville and Lanny and Pat Stanley from Germantown, came to see her. They had a good visit. Our residents always love company. If you haven’t come to see your friends lately, please do it this week. They are missing you! It’s nice and cool in here, which is more than we can say for outside Had a fun time Thursday when we played a hot game of charades. Arline Boisvert, Virginia Dickinson, Alystine Hare, Charlotte Jones, “Bo” and David Pope, Grace Mulligan, Irlene Clement, Pauline Sims and I tried to stump
each other with lots of fun song titles. “Bo” loves the game and she decided to make me do one she thought no one would be able to guess. Have you ever tried to act out “Honeysuckle Rose?” I tried …and Arline Boisvert guessed it. Thank the Lord for small favors! Happy birthday to our August birthday folks like Lula Dotson-8/15, LaJeane Black -8/26,Rose Lott – 8/27 and me, myself and I-8/30. “Miss” LaJeane will be 93 years young, but don’t even think about asking how old the rest of us are. Not telling – for health reasons. My health! The other two said they’d kill me if I did. Virginia Dickinson, Barbara McGary, “Bo”/ David Pope, Alystine Hare, Arline Boisvert, Charlotte Jones, Margaret Ann Fletcher, Jessie Howell, Trophy Hawkins and I went to Red Lobster for lunch this week and of course, ate a little too much. Enjoyed every bite. Words of Wisdom: “Avoid cutting yourself when slicing vegetables – have someone else hold the vegetables while you
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I need to retract my ﬁrst statement from last week. After I had written the article, a decision was made to cancel the Farmers Market for this year due to the high heat. Some people do have a little produce to sell. If you are one of them, you are welcome to go down on Saturday mornings and try to sell it. I know there has been two people doing this, but not sure if they’ll keep it up. The Stanton Cannery is back up and running! Check out our FB page for recent photos of the newly renovated building and some freshly canned produce! The Cannery opens at 8 a.m. during the week; call them at 731-548-6222. Head Start began taking applications today, be sure and register your little 3-4 year old. Their school year starts on the 22nd. We were all relieved when Raymond Johnson was located last week! In what seemed like the blink of an eye, there were people (ofﬁcial and unofﬁcial) everywhere ready to look for the
elderly Stanton resident who had wandered away from his home. I am not able to properly “Thank” everyone on here who helped, but you know who you are, and Stanton appreciates it! I know I for one, learned a lot that day about procedures and such. Not having been involved in a search and rescue mission before, I listened and learned the process by which things are done. This process can be quite confusing to a family who is ready to roam the woods looking for someone. Once you know the procedures, they make a lot of sense. I think everyone needs to learn these, and a plan may already be in place for that to happen. A few of us also noticed that day how out of shape we are! So when it cools off, a group is making plans to begin a “Walk Group”. We can have more than one depending upon which time of day you want to walk. This is not an ofﬁcial group or anything yet, but we’re seeing
how many of you are interested. The Stanton Welcome Center/Library will collect names and phone numbers and get everyone together. Please call and let us know if you are interested. Our Stanton Volunteer Fire Department received a nice donation of equipment, which included 20 sets of turn out gear from New York. Check out our Facebook page for photos! Our local Constable coordinated with the NY Department to make this possible. Our Fire Chief and another member of our Fire Department made the trip to retrieve the gear! Residents and former residents of Stanton, you may mail Stanton News to me at P.O. Box 181, Stanton, TN 38069, reach me at the Stanton Welcome Center/Library at 731-548-2564, or e-mail me at: Proftster@aol. com. Please put “Stanton News” in the subject line. Together we will look at the past, look toward the future and report current events.
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Who invented air conditioning? I need to ﬁnd out because many of us would not be walking around now without it. I feel sorry for people and even the animals that are outside. School is in its ﬁrst week. So many are getting in a schedule of early to bed and early to rise. We have a few birthdays for the month of August. Richard Scott will celebrate his birthday on Aug. 10; Wanda Harwell, Aug. 12; Elizabeth Kendrick, Aug. 13; Hollie Harwell,
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Aug. 15; and my greatgrandson, Landon Kelly, Aug. 20. Happy birthday everyone!! Darrell Climer had heart surgery last Tuesday and is home now and feeling better. Karen Climer Strong, daughter of Farris and Patsy Climer, will be having her second surgery Thursday, Aug 11, on her shoulder. Karen has been in severe pain from her ﬁrst surgery eight months ago and another doctor will be performing this second surgery. Let’s just pray that Karen will get better.
Ricky and Betty Scott treated their grandchildren, Trey, Jesse and Andrew Scott to the movie “Smurfs” last Thursday. Then everyone gathered at Pizza Hut for pizza. This was a good way to spend a hot afternoon. Jane Kendrick’s brother, Jim Shelton, will be having heart surgery this week. Jim lives in Los Angeles, CA and always visits here once a year. Thought for the week: “Experience is not what happens to a man, it is what a man does with what happens to him.”
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Our Thought for the Week is by Emilio J.M. de Carvalho of Angola as published in the Upper Room Devotional. “In life’s ups and downs, God journey’s with us.” The road of life is difﬁcult and sometimes full of twists. Sometimes we have to go up and go down, go to the right and go to the left. We pass through valleys and climb mountains. Meanwhile, the Lord looks after us during our journey and leads us no matter what part of the path we face each day. This devotion reminds me of the song Lynda Randle sings with the lyrics of “God of the Mountain is the God of the Valley”. We should always remember that God does not forsake us when we get down and out, but that He is up to something. For those inquiring, the Scratch and Dig is still operating at the Community Center. For more information, contact Opal Watson at 254-9295. It was great to have Mary Olive Daglish with us for worship service on Sunday, August 5. Facebookers, have you checked out the
new fast growing group called “You Grew up in Brownsville if… someone commented a group needed to be started for Hillville. Reading the different posts on the Brownsville page sure brings back lots of memories. I bet there would be lots of interesting posts on that page. Randy and Sue Goodman and Travis and I enjoyed lunch at Chickasaw State Park on Sunday, July 31, following worship services. The food was great and so was the fellowship. There will be a community wide old fashioned Back to School Bash for the kids at Mt. Pleasant on Saturday, August 20, beginning at 9 a.m. Kids come on out and join the fun. For more information, please contact Margaret Phillips at 254-2439. There will be breakfast, a bible study, craft, a sack lunch and lots of fun. Birthday celebrations this week include Kyleigh Mullen, Carol Bruce, Bro. Larry Finger, Kelly Martin, Martha Ledford, Joyce Goodman, Ericka Fergie, Billy Austin and Weston Benard.
Prayer requests this week include Mary Austin, Luther and Edna Austin, Sharon Boullion, James Elrod, Carol Bruce, Pat Jordan, Rosie Pentz, Caleb Kirkland, Jesse Austin, Linda Kirkland, Pattie Coburn, Jerry Morris, Carleigh Cannon, Sandra Glover, Camryn Dirl, Ruth Vestal, William Logan, Martha Frye, Jimmy Swain, Sandra Goodman, Leah Scallions, Enid Powell, Darlene Rossen, Fletcher Lewis, Dorothy Bruce, Earline Benard, Shirley Morgan, the military, the nation and the community. Please keep the families of the 22 Navy Seals who were killed in Afghanistan in your thoughts and prayers as well as all of our military personnel. These families have given the ultimate sacriﬁce, so that each of us could have the freedom we have today. If you know someone who is serving our country now or has served in the past, take the time to thank them for the freedom you have today. If you have news to share, please call me at 772-1885 after 5 p.m. Until next week, God bless.
Thank you volunteers for coming this week: Christ Temple ladies, First Assembly of God church ladies, Mrs. Ann Nuckolls, Ricky Ellington and The Karate Team, Peggy Staggs and all the fashion show members, Community Temple of the Living Church, Bingo ladies and Mrs. Jeannette Rogers. On Monday afternoon, everyone enjoyed Rick Ellington and his team performing karate. It was great! Wow! It was truly a grand performance enjoyed by all! Thanks to all of you! On Tuesday afternoon, Peggy Staggs conducted a fashion show; several of the ladies from the Senior Center and Peggy’s grandchildren were the performers. They were so cute! Some of the
outﬁts were made from comic paper, newspaper, bubble wrap, tea bags, etc. Thanks to all of you! Great, great! On Wednesday, we had a watermelon social; the 3rd of August was National Watermelon Day. They all enjoyed the fresh picked watermelon. Delicious! Thursday was our August Birthday Party. Our front dining room was ﬁlled with music, laughter and singing, as everyone was wishing our special guest a happy birthday. We have eight patients to celebrate an August birthday. Thank you to Mr. William Batchelor for providing music for our party. Also, thank you to Oakview Baptist Church and The Gregorys First Baptist Church Deaconess for
the lovely birthday cards. Also, thank you to Wal-Mart Bakery for a beautiful cake all trimmed with summer ﬂowers and with each patients name written on it. Thank you to the First Baptist Church Deaconess for all the lovely gifts. We welcome Mrs. Syble Smith and Mr. L.C. Jones to our facility and hope they enjoy their stay with us. Our sympathy goes to the family of Mrs. Minnie Blue. She will truly be missed. Our resident of the month for August is Mrs. Linda Holt. Congratulations, Mrs. Holt. Thought for the Week: “Thoughtfulness makes a friendship the way sunshine makes a garden.”
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NON-RESIDENT NOTICE TO: LAITH AHMAD AL-RAWAHNEH IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT BROWNSVILLE, HAYWOOD COUNTY, TENNESSEE SHANA LEEANN AL-RAWAHNEH, PLAINTIFF, VS. LAITH AHMAD AL-RAWAHNEH, DEFENDANT, NO. 13606 In this cause, it appearing to me from the complaint filed herein which is sworn to, that the defendant LAITH AHMAD AL-RAWAHNEH whose residence is unknown so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon HIM, it is therefore, ordered by the Court that you serve within thirty (30) days after the last publication of this notice, upon the Plaintiff’s attorney DAVID M. LIVINGSTON whose address is 111 WEST MAIN, P.O. BOX 447, BROWNSVILLE, TN 38012 an answer to this complaint, which seeks a DEFAULT . If you fail to do so, judgment will be taken against you for the relief sought in the bill. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four (4) consecutive weeks in the Brownsville States Graphic, a weekly newspaper published in Brownsville, Tennessee. This 14th day of JULY, 2011. SARAH H. LEVY CLERK & MASTER Publication Dates: 07-21-11, 07-2811, 08-04-11- & 08-11-11 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated August 1, 2007, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded August 17, 2007, at Book 42, Page 885 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Haywood County, Tennessee, executed by Rodney Andrew Coulston, conveying certain property therein described to Samuel I. White, P.C. as Trustee for Mortgage Electronic Rgistration Systems, Inc as nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on August 24, 2011 on or about 11:00 A.M., at the Haywood County Courthouse, Brownsville, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Haywood County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: The following described real property situate in the county of Haywood, and state of Tennessee, to wit: commencing at a point in the northwest side line of U.S. Highway 70 and 79, 60 inch right of way, at a common southwest corner of Coulston’s 7.25 acres tract, 173/280, and Coulston’s 0.56 acre tract, 150/289; thence north 48 degrees 09 minutes west a distance of 434.46 feet to the point of beginning; thence north 48 degrees 09 minutes west a distance of 308.22 feet to a point in the easterly sideline of a gravel public road, 40 inch right of way; thence north 08 degrees 42 minutes east along said sideline a distance of 103.96 feet to a point; thence south 60 degrees 54 minutes 54 seconds east a distance of 2500.18 feet to a point; thence south 52 degrees 29 minutes 53 seconds east a distance of 190.91 feet to a point; thence south 49 degrees 22 minutes 54 seconds west a distance of 150.44 feet to a point of beginning containing an area of 44.623 square feet or 1.02 acres. The instrument constituting the source of the borrower’s interest in the foregoing described property was warranty deed recorded in book 245. Pages 512, Registers Office of Haywood County, Tennessee. ALSO KNOWN AS: 160 Coulston Road, Brownsville, Tennessee 38012 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Countrywide Home Loans Inc; Countrywide Home Loans Inc; Rodney Andrew Coulston The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 726‑207882 DATED July 21, 2011 INSERTION DATES: July 28, 2011, August 4, 2011, August 11, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_mgrayer_110721_ 908 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM
NOTICE IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT BROWNSVILLE, HAYWOOD COUNTY, TENNESSEE IN THE MATTER OF: ESTATE OF SAMUEL F. COOPER, DECEASED DOCKET NO. P-1823 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the unknown and unborn heirs of Joe Hay, deceased; Vester Hay, deceased; Jimmy Joe Hay, deceased; Justin Hay, deceased; Gertrude Hay, deceased, T.D. Cooper, deceased; Neely Cooper, deceased; and Samuel F. Cooper, deceased, that the original Summons and Complaint for Partition and Sale of Realty in the above-titled action were filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court for Haywood County, Tennessee, at Brownsville, on March 19, 2010, the object of which is to obtain a partition of the subject real property situated in Haywood County, Tennessee, and any other relief as set forth in the Complaint. In this cause, it appearing to me from the complaint filed herein that the unknown and unborn heirs who residences are unknown so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, it is therefore ordered by the Court that you serve within thirty (30) days after the past publication of this notice upon the attorney for the Estate of Samuel F. Cooper, James S. Haywood, Jr., whose address is 50 Boyd Avenue, P.O. Box 438, Brownsville, TN 38012, an answer to this complaint. If you fail to do so judgment will be taken against you for the relief sought in the complaint. Sarah H. Levy/Clerk & Master Publication Dates: 8/4/11, 8/11/11, 8/18/11 & 8/25/11 NON-RESIDENT NOTICE TO: LUSTER LEE, VERNICE HINES, KATIE CURRIE, THOMAS HINES, JAMES MATTHEW HINES, MARILYN BROWN, SYLVIA HINES, AND JOSEPHINE HINES IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT BROWNSVILLE, HAYWOOD COUNTY, TENNESSEE JOHN JACKSON and wife, BARBARA JACKSON,
VS. NO. 13630 LUSTER LEE, VERNICE HINES, GENNETT ROGERS, KATIE CURRIE, THOMAS HINES, JOHN HINES, BRENDA SWIFT, JAMES MATTHEW HINES, MARILYN BROWN, SYLVIA HINES, JOSEPHINE HINES, and MARGARET HARVEY,
In this cause, it appearing to me from the complaint filed herein which is sworn to, that the defendants LUSTER LEE, VERNICE HINES, KATIE CURRIE, THOMAS HINES, JAMES MATTHEW HINES, MARILYN BROWN, SYLVIA HINES, AND JOSEPHINE HINES, whose residences are unknown so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon THEM, it is therefore, ordered by the Court that you serve within thirty (30) days after the last publication of this notice, upon the Plaintiff’s attorney MICHAEL J. BANKS whose address is 108 S. WASHINGTON AVENUE, BROWNSVILLE, TN 38012 an answer to this complaint, which seeks a DEFAULT . If you fail to do so, judgment will be taken against you for the relief sought in the bill. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four (4) consecutive weeks in the Brownsville States Graphic, a weekly newspaper published in Brownsville, Tennessee. This 1st day of AUGUST, 2011. SARAH H. LEVY – CLERK & MASTER To run weeks of 8/4/11, 8/11/11, 8/18/11 and 8/25/11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TCA 30-2-306 Estate of Anna Mae Barbee Docket #PR - 1964 Notice is hereby given that on the 29th day of July, 2011, Letters Testamentary of administration in respect to the estate of Anna Mae Barbee who died on March 4, 2008 were issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Haywood County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against the estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above named court within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of posting of this notice or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claims will be forever
barred in the manner and to the extent as provided by law. This 29th day of July, 2011, (Signed) Denesee Fleming, Executrix Estate of Anna Mae Barbee C. Thomas Hooper, III Attorney for the Estate By: Sarah H. Levy, Clerk & Master Publication dates: 08-04-11 & 08-11-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TCA 30-2-306 Estate of Harold E. Nelson Docket #PR - 1965 Notice is hereby given that on the 2nd day of August, 2011, Letters Testamentary of administration in respect to the estate of Harold E. Nelson who died on July 26, 2011 were issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Haywood County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against the estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above named court within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of posting of this notice or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claims will be forever barred in the manner and to the extent as provided by law. This 2nd day of August, 2011, (Signed) Linda Nelson Rowland, Executrix Estate of Harold E. Nelson James S. Haywood, Jr. Attorney for the Estate By: Sarah H. Levy, Clerk & Master Publication dates: 08-04-11 & 08-11-11 NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default having been made in the payment of the debts and obligations secured by that certain Real Estate Deed of Trust for Tennessee executed on August 20, 2007, by Rolanda Michelle Harris, unmarried to Mary Ruth Tackett, Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Haywood County, Tennessee in Book 43, Page 83-89, recorded August 20, 2007, (“Deed of Trust”); and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed(s) of Trust is the United States of America, acting by and through the United States Department of Agriculture (“USDA”); and WHEREAS, USDA, the current owner and holder of said Deed(s) of Trust appointed Arlisa Armstrong as Substitute Trustee by instrument filed for record in the Register’s Office of Haywood County, Tennessee, with all the rights, powers and privileges of the original Trustee named in said Deed(s) of Trust; and NOW THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable as provided in said Deed(s) of Trust by USDA, and Arlisa Armstrong as Substitute Trustee, or duly appointed agent, pursuant to the power, duty, and authorization in and conferred by said Deed(s) of Trust, will on Tuesday, September 13, 2011, commencing at 10:00 A.M. at the east door at the Haywood County Courthouse, Brownsville, Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest bidder either for cash or 10 percent of the high bid price as a non-refundable deposit with balance due within ten (10) days of sale, (and if such balance goes unpaid, USDA will retain the deposit and re-foreclose) the following described property lying and being in the 7th Civil District in Haywood County, Tennessee to wit: BEGINNING at an iron pin set in the south margin of Morning Drive (25 feet from centerline), which point is the northwest corner of Lot 2 and the northeast corner of the herein described tract; thence from the point of beginning and with the West line of Lot 2 and then Lot 1, South 0 degree 13 minutes 50 seconds East 150.75 feet to an iron pin set at the southeast corner of the herein described tract; thence North 89 degrees 20 minutes 19 seconds West 80.01 feet to an iron pin set at the southwest corner of Lot 4; thence with the east line of Lot 4, North 0 degree 13 minutes 50 seconds West 149.51 feet to an iron pin set in the south margin of Morning Drive; thence with the south margin of Morning Drive North 89 degrees 46 minutes 10 seconds East 80.00 feet to the point of beginning, containing 12,011 square feet. Being the same property conveyed to Rolanda Michelle Harris, by deed of record in Deed Book 43, Page 81, in the said Register’s Office. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 93 Morning Drive, Brownsville TN 38012 CURRENT OWNERS: Roland Michelle Harris The sale of the above-described property shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plan; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or setback lines that may be applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. S U B O R D I N A T E LIENHOLDERS: BrownsvilleHaywood County Community Action Organization, Inc All right and equity of redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly waived in said Deed(s) of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the
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sale set forth above.
Publication Dates: 08/11/11, 08/18/11 and 08/25/11 Arlisa Armstrong Substitute Trustee 85 G Stonebrook Place Jackson TN 38305 http//www.resales.usda.gov NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated March 30, 2007, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded April 9, 2007, at Book 37, Page 381 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Haywood County, Tennessee, executed by Willis McCoy a/k/a Willis L. McCoy and Lorayne McCoy, conveying certain property therein described to Arnold M. Weiss as Trustee for Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as a separate corporation that is acting solely as a nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. and Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.’s successors and assigns; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on September 7, 2011 on or about 11:00 A.M., at the Haywood County Courthouse, Brownsville, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Haywood County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a steel post in the south property line of Cobb, and in the east line of Miller and being the northwest corner of property in the name of William Jerry Taylor, et ux, See Deed Book 213, Page 545, Register’s Office, Haywood County, Tennessee, and also being the northwest corner of the present corporate limits of the City of Brownsville, Tennessee; runs thence South with the east line of Miller approximataly 330 feet to a point where the east line of Miller and the west line of Taylor intersects with Miller Road; runs thence in a Southeasterly direction
approximately 40 feet with the east margin of said Miller Road to a point being the southwest corner of Taylor and the northwest corner of Baggett; runs thence East with Taylor’s south line and the north line of Baggett approximately 250 feet to a point; runs thence North approximately 335 feet to a point being 200 feet East of the northwest corner and point of beginning of this tract and being in the south line of Cobb; runs thence West with the south line of Cobb and the north line of Taylor approximately 200 feet to the point of beginning, and containing 1.89 acres. There is also included in this conveyance a perpetual, non-exclusive easement described as follows: a 12 foot easement which will run from the west side of Thomas Street on a private drive known as Brooks Cove and continuing through and across the property of the Grantor herein, terminating at the new property line of the Grantees which will go across and cover the existing private drive and continue on along on a roadway path to the Grantees property. No party shall ever block or hinder the use or said easement by either of the Grantors or Grantees heirs and assigns. The parties hereto shall share equally in the maintenance and upkeep of the driveway from Thomas Street to the point past the turn-in drive of the Grantors house. All maintenance and upkeep from that point on to the Grantee’s property shall be the sole responsibility of the Grantees, their heirs and assigns. Grantors do further grant unto Grantees, their heirs and assigns, an easement for the installation of water, sewer and gas lines to grantees property. ALSO KNOWN AS: 810 Brooks Cove, Brownsville, Tennessee 38012 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Willis McCoy a/k/a Willis L. McCoy; Lorayne McCoy The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to
adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 726‑200145 DATED August 4, 2011 INSERTION DATES: August 11, 2011, August 18, 2011, August 25, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_mgrayer_110804_ 859 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC. COM NOTICE TO CREDITORS TCA 30-2-306 Estate of Naomi C. Marcom Docket #PR - 1966 Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of August, 2011, Letters Testamentary of administration in respect to the estate of Naomi C. Marcom who died on July 24, 2011 were issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Haywood County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against the estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above named court within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of posting of this notice or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claims will be forever barred in the manner and to the extent as provided by law. This 9th day of August, 2011, (Signed) Carol M. Knipper, Executrix Estate of Naomi C. Marcom Sarah Levy Attorney for the Estate By: Sarah H. Levy, Clerk & Master Publication dates: 08-11-11 & 08-18-11
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Miesha L. Anderson – Violation of Probation – Probation Revoked, Reinstated After 10 Days Service, Extended 6 Months Miesha L. Anderson – Disorderly Conduct – Nolle Derrick C. Bell – Domestic Assault – Guilty, 100 Plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Concurrent Suspended Time Served, Bal on Probation Derrick C. Bell – False Imprisonment – Nolle Jennifer K. Boyd – Theft of Property Over $1000 – Bound over to Grand Jury Sharinne Y. Brown – Driving on Suspended License – Suspended, Driving With Out Sharinne Y. Brown – Financial Responsibility - $25 Plus Costs Gerald L. Byars – Reckless Driving - Guilty, $100 Plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended, 6 Months Probation Nicole Carney – Driving On Suspended License – 6 Months Suspended, 6 Months Probation Christopher E. Dawson – Illegal Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Guilty, $150 Plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended Time Served Christopher E. Dawson – Illegal Possession Schedule VI – Nolle Leon Hafford – Driving on Suspended License – Guilty, Dismissed on Warning Leon Hafford – Driving Left of Center Line – Dismissed on Costs Joseph E. Hankins – Vandalism Over $500 – Bound Over to Grand Jury Jaquanda Johnson – Harrassment – Nolle Maggen Jones – Aggravated Assault, Violation of Probation – Nolle Matthew S. Leonard – Underage Consumption – Guilty, $25 plus Costs Matthew S. Leonard – Vandalism Under $500 – Guilty, $50 Plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended Time Served, $400 Restitution to County Miracle M. Lewis – Theft of Property Under $500 – Guilty, Guilty Plea Diversion, 6 Months, Stay off Premises, No Restitution, 6 Months Probation Charles Lovell III – Seat Belt Violation – Driver – Violation of Probation, Nolle Thomas E. Mayes – Driving on Suspended License – Guilty, Dismissed on Warning Stacey N. Moore – Speeding – Warning Stacey N. Moore – Driving on Suspended License – Dismissed on Costs Stacey N. Moore – Financial Responsibility - $5 plus Costs Trinity T. Outlaw – Driving On Suspended License – Dismissed on Warning Trinity T. Outlaw – Sound Amplification – Warning Ebonie S. Reaves – Speeding – Guilty, Warning Ebonie S. Reaves – Financial Responsibility - $5 plus Costs Edgar Sanchez – Driving on Suspended License - $100 plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended Edgar Sanchez – Financial Responsibility - $5 plus Costs Desirae S. Tufino – Theft of Property Under $500 – Guilty, $50 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended, 1 Year Supervised Probation Desirae S. Tufino – Resisting Stop Frisk - $100 plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended Time Served, 6 Months Probation Desirae S. Tufino – Public Intoxication - $25 plus Costs Desirae S. Tufino – Simple Assault (Police Off.) – Merge With Resisting Ashley Tyler – Illegal Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Guilty, 1 Year Guilty Plea Diversion, 1 Year Probation, Alcohol and Drug Assessment Harzel Tyus – Driving On Suspended License – Guilty,
ESTATE SALE of Mrs.Katherine & late Mack Hooper 842 W. Thomas, Brownsville, TN
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Dismissed on Warning James T. Tyus – Intro Weapon to a Penal Institution – Bound Over to Grand Jury Kimberly A. Warren – Driving on Revoked License – Guilty, $100 plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended, 6 Months Supervised Probation Kimberly A. Warren – Traffic Control Device – Warning Kimberly A. Warren – Financial Responsibility - $5 plus Costs Russell E. Wheeler – Driving Under the Influence 3rd Offense – Guilty, $1100, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended to 120 Days, Rehab last 28 Days, License Revocation, Bal 3-6 Years on Supervised Probation Russell E. Wheeler – Driving on Revoked 4th, Implied Consent Law, Accident Damage to Vehicle – Nolle Russell E. Wheeler – Evading Arrest – Amended to Misdemeanor – Guilty, $100 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended Concurrent With Driving Under the Influence Tywand J. White – Theft from Auto, Theft of Property Over $500 – Nolle Bobby H. Whittington – Public Intoxication, Reckless Endangerment – Nolle Derick Bell – Domestic Assault – Guilty, $100 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Concurrent Suspended Time Served, Bal on Probation Jasmine Blue – Worthless Checks – Guilty, $5 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended, 6 Months Supervised Probation Carnell Douglas – Driving on Suspended License - $100 plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended, 6 Months Supervised Probation Charles R. Edelman – MGF/ DEL/SELL/CONT. Sub – Bound Over to Grand Jury Virgil L. Flowers – Aggravated Assault – Nolle Audrey Lovelace – Vandalism Over $1000 – Dismissed William C. Norris – Speeding – Dismissed William C. Norris – Illegal Possession Schedule VI – Guilty, $400 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended, Supervised Probation Lula B. Oldham – Identity Theft – Amend to Criminal Impersonation, Guilty, $25 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended Mark Prewitt – Violation of Probation – Guilty, Probation Revoked, Sentence Reinstated, Probation Extended 1 Year, Reinstated After 29 Days Service, 29 Credit Thomas A. Snipes – Assault – Guilty, $50 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended, No Contact With Victim Keith Williams – Domestic Assault – Bound Over to Grand Jury Kris M. Banks – Seat Belt Violation – Driver - $10 Kris M. Banks – Light Law – Warning Kris M. Banks – Financial Responsibility - $5 plus Costs Lenard Beasley – Speeding – Guilty, Dismissed on Costs
Lenard Beasley – Driving Without a License – Warning Lenard Beasley – Financial Responsibility - $5 plus Costs Lloyd F. Bonds – Speeding – Warning Lloyd F. Bonds – Driving On Suspended License – 6 Months Suspended, 6 Months Probation Lloyd F. Bonds – Seat Belt Violation – Driver - $10 Lloyd F. Bonds – Financial Responsibility - $5 plus Costs Mary L. Boykin – Financial Responsibility – Guilty, $5 plus Costs Deborah A. Compton – Driving Under the Influence – Guilty, $350 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended to 48 Hours, Credit 8 Hours Deborah A. Compton – Driving Left of Center Line – Dismissed Luther R. Currie – Speeding – Warning Luther R. Currie – Driving Without A License - $25 plus Costs Jabrieon O. Franklin – Release Hearing – Dismissed Teddy Frye – Driving on Suspended License 3rd $250 plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended to 5 Days Teddy M. Frye Jr. – Light Law – Warning Teddy M. Frye Jr. – Driving on Suspended License - $150 plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended to 48 Hours, 6 Months Supervised Probation Teddy M. Frye Jr. – Child Restraint - $50 plus Costs Jonathan L. Hicks – Illegal Possession Schedule VI – Guilty Plea on Paraphernalia Catherine E. McBride – Illegal Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Nolle Kenneth McFarland – Assault – Bound Over to Grand Jury Crystal A. Mintor – Child Restraint - $50 plus Costs Crystal A. Mintor – Light Law, No Drivers License – Warning Glenda L. Moore – Shoplifting – 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended to 54 Days, $25 plus Costs, Stay off Premises Glenda L. Moore – Violation of Probation – Sentence Reinstated, Probation Extended 1 Year Buddy Overton – Domestic Assault - Nolle Willie Perry – Driving on Revoked License, Financial Responisbility, Improper Display License Tag – Bound Over to Grand Jury Shannon M. Pirtle – Aggravated Perjury – Bound Over to Grand Jury Antwion T. Powell – Rape – Nolle Antwion T. Powell – Domestic Assault – Guilty, $100 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended to 30 Days Consecutive to Violation of Probation, 19 Days Left Chiqushia Watkins – Driving Without a License – Fine plus Costs Chiqushia Watkins – Light Law, Financial Responsibility – Warning Rockford A. Cox – Speeding –
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Guilty, $25 plus Costs Rockford A. Cox – Fail to Show Proof of Insurance - $5 plus Costs Ismael R. Estrada – Driving on Revoked License – Guilty, $250 plus Costs, 6 Months Suspended to 11 Days, Credit 11 Days, 6 Months Supervised Probation Ismael R. Estrada – Fail to Show Proof of Insurance - $5 plus Costs Lequita A. Gause – Suspended Driver License – Costs Lequita A. Gause – Failure to Show Proof of Insurance – Dismissed Fred J. McCoy – Driving on Suspended License – Guilty, Dismissed on Costs Lisa M. Crowder – Simple Assault – Held in Abeyance, 6 Months, Costs David D. Day – Speeding – Dismissed on Costs Alees M. Hammond – Driving on Suspended License – Warning Alees M. Hammond – Traffic Control Device – Dismissed on Costs
Penny Liggins – Simple Assault – Held in Abeyance, 6 Months, Have Costs Paid Vernon W. Martin III – Driving on Suspended License – Bound Over to Grand Jury Elizabeth Miles – Speeding – Dismissed on Costs Shannon M. Pirtle – Theft of Property Over $500 – Amended to Under, $25 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended, 6 Months Supervised Probation, Restitution $590 William M. Springfield – Driving on Suspended License - $250 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days Suspended to 21 Days, Credit 21 Days Samuel Taylor – Domestic Assault – Nolle, Weapon to be Returned Donald R. Williams – Harassment – No Contact with Victim, Held in Abeyance, 6 Months Brenda Wise – Harassment – Held in Abeyance, Hold Open 6 Months, No Contact with Victim Jason J. Kelly – Fishing Without a License – Warning, Valid
License John F. Williams – Theft of Property Over $500 – 11 Months, 29 Days, Amend to Under $500, Suspended to Time Served, No Contact, 79 Days, Probation Byron E. Wright – Speeding – Bound Over to Grand Jury Byron E. Wright – Illegal Possession of C/S – Bound Over to Grand Jury George Whittiemore – Theft of Property – Bound Over to Grand Jury Clifford Anderson Jr. – Underage Consumption - $25 plus Costs Clifford Anderson Jr. – Evading Arrest - $100 plus Costs, 11 Months, 29 Days, Probation, Suspended Auncouis R. Beard – Altering Title or Plates, Driving On Suspended License, Light Law, Financial Responsibility – Bound Over to Grand Jury Kimberly Boyd – Speeding – Dismissed on Costs Kimberly Boyd – Driving on Suspended License – Dismissed
Right To Know 8-1-11 Reggie Lynn Estes – Parole Violation - $0 Antonio Loya – Driving on Revoked or Suspended License, Expired Medical Card - $350 8-2-11 Marcus Holmes – Criminal Trespass - $3000 Shaquanna Holmes – Shoplifting – Theft of Property - $3000 Ricky Eugene Taylor – Leaving Scene of Accident, No Insurance - $1500 8-3-11 Lendell Davis – No Driver’s License - $3000 Christopher R. Johnson – Contempt of Court - $250 Donald R. Simpson – Aggravated Assault - $2500 Donald R. Simpson – Violation of Probation - $0 8-4-11 Heather Castro – Violation of Probation - $0 Cortney J. Johnson – Speeding, Evading Arrest, Financial Responsibility – Insurance, Wreckless Driving, False Reports - $3500 Joe Louis Mitchell – Violation of Probation - $50000 Melissa Musgraves – Resisting Stop, Arrest, Disorderly Conduct - $1500 Melissa Musgraves – Violation of Probation - $250 Robert Lerain Vaughn Jr. – Disorderly Conduct - $1000 Bernard Watkins Jr. – Driving on Revoked/Suspended License, 4th Offense, Evading Arrest - $5000 Bernard Watkins Jr. – Violation of Probation - $250 8-5-11 Gregory Todd Carver – Domestic Assault - $3500 Barry Donnell Flagg – Driving on Revoked/Suspended License, 4th Offense, Violation of Probation - $0 Deon Demetris Johnson – Speeding, Driving on Revoked/
Suspended License, 3rd Offense - $2500 Anton F. Marshall – Resisting Arrest, Criminal Impersonation, Financial Responsibility – Insurance, Obedience to Law Enforcement Officer, Violation Registration Law - $3500 Kenneth Eugene Miller – Criminal Trespass, Possession Schedule III - $3000 8-6-11 John Cecil Coleman – Driving on Revoked/Suspended License - $0
Heith Allen Duncan – Unlawful Carrying or Possession of a Wea, Financial Responsibility – Insurance, Possession of a Handgun While Under the - $0 Dennis Joe Williamson – Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Misdea - $0 8-7-11 Anthony Antonio Owens – Contraband in Penal Institution, Possession Schedule VI With Intent - $15000
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Yard Sales Yard Sale: 415 Dupree Avenue, Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13. 7 a.m. until? Lots of items.
Opportunities For Rent: Houses, townhouses, duplexes, and apartments available. Applications and $5 processing fee required. Jacocks Property Management Inc. 1225 N. Washington Ave. 7720452 For Rent: Apartments in Stanton and Brownsville, 1-2 bedroom available. Starting at $425. Includes all appliances. Deposit and references required 901-826-7044. For Rent: 2 bedroom duplex, central H/A. $400 month. Call 7802356 or 780-1151. For Rent: 3 bedroom, 1 bath house. Call 7806287. For Lease: 3 bedroom house remodeled. Central H/A, stove, W/D. $525 month, $425 deposit. References required, serious callers only. Call 731-772-0648 or 615-2448588.
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Rescue Squad receives award
The Brownsville Haywood County Rescue Squad was recently awarded the “Making the Difference Community Award” by the Jackson Center for Independent Living. Pictured accepting the award for the Rescue Squad is Sarah Gilmore, Don Dinkins and Darlene Hasler.
Texas family enjoys Concert on the Porch
The West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center was honored to welcome guests from Cut and Shoot, Texas, during its July 16 “Concert on the Porch.” Gary Christianberry and his family were vacationing in Tennessee when they decided to stop in Brownsville for the night. During their stay, the family enjoyed a tour of the Center’s three museums and a Southern Gospel concert from the porch of the “Sleepy” John Estes home. Pictured with Christianberry, outside of the Center, are his wife, Julie, and children, Joshua and Chelsea.
Foreclosure and Short Sale
1208 N Washington $39,900
437 Cottonwood $85,000
24 Weslake Cove $120,000
Only 2 NEW Construction Homes in Brownsville
125 Farmdale Cove $120,000
160 McIntosh $189,900
Arlington, TN Home
Joey Conner - Principal Broker/Owner
Tara Joyner Afﬁliate Broker
4894 Indian Walk Lane $175,000
These are the homes that we have available now, but we still can sell any home within the state of Tennessee 117 Farmdale Cove $120,000 Sandy Graves Afﬁliate Broker
225 Margin St. Fax# 731-772-0221 Cell# 731-780-0863
705 E Cooper Street $85,000
470-472 Dianne Drive $35,000
478-480 Dianne Drive $35,000
25 N Park Avenue $69,000
605 Estes Lane $75,000
2 Remily Place $249,000
936 Breckenridge $230,000
912 E College Street $84,900
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Former Resident’s Trip equals Life-long Dream
By CALVIN CARTER
Sometimes, inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of sources, Take former Brownsville resident and Carver High School Class of 1968 Graduate William Zegger, who could easily recall many times sitting in front of the television watching Tarzan. While Tarzan’s adventures may have sparked his imagination like many other children during that time, it also served as inspiration for Zegger to eventually take a special trip overseas. Since that viewing, Zegger, who now resides in Nashville, has always wanted to visit Kenya. “It was always a lifelong dream for me,” Zegger said. Zegger’s dream ﬁnally came true last month, as he took a three-week trip to the country. While Zegger was impressed by the breathtaking land and ﬂourishing wildlife, it was the people that really helped make his adventure the “most educational trip.” “I had always wondered if the way Africans were portrayed over here was true,” he said. “I wanted to see for myself the way
TAKE CARE WITH YARD CARE Water your outdoor plants in the early morning, before the sun can burn off moisture. And take care not to over-water. Before starting your sprinkler, step on the grass. If the blades spring back, hold off on watering for a day or two. The average lawn needs only one hour of watering a week.Also, raise your mower blades to the 3-inch setting. Shaggy grass holds moisture longer, requiring less watering.
that Africans lived. It’s deﬁnitely not like the same as they are painted over here.” For the most part, Hegger added that the people of Kenya are pretty similar to Americans, noticing that in the rural areas, full of grazing cattle, most people are farmers and besides cattle, they also
raise sheep and goats. In cities like Nairobi, the people live as if they were in any major American city, full of tall buildings, shopping districts and Karaoke bars. In short, Zegger would easily recommend anyone interested in making a trip to Kenya to make plans.
Performing Sat Aug 12th - Begining @ 8 PM Blair Simpson, Blake Simpson & Chris Turnage Come early • Order from menu • Open to everyone
25 N. Lafayette Ave • 772-8845
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