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Haywood County, Tennessee
Two Sections, 22 Pages
TBI charges Haywood County man with murder Floyd Hall, III charged with first-degree murder The Tennessee Bureau of Investigations charged a Haywood County man with murdering another man near Brownsville over the weekend. Floyd Hall, III, 53, of Brownsville, was charged Tuesday, November 5, with one count of firstdegree murder for the stabbing death of 50-year-old Noisy Gene Coble of Bells. A passerby discovered Coble’s body slumped over the steering wheel of his 2000 Ford Expedition on a field access road off of Key Corner Road at approximately 8:30 am on November 2. The Haywood County Sheriff’s Department
responded and discovered Coble dead from multiple stab wounds. Investigators determined that Hall stabbed Coble to death inside the vehicle. TBI and The Haywood County Sheriff’s Department are continuing to collect evidence in the case, and are trying to determine the relationship between Hall and the victim. Hall was booked in the Haywood County Jail without bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on November 19. Check back with the Brownsville States Graphic for more on this developing story in the next few weeks.
Brownsville States Graphic/Photo courtesy of TBI
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigations charged this man, Floyd Hall, III, 53, of Brownsville, with one count of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of Noisy Gene Coble.
Four-car accident on I-40 results in one fatality
Brownsville States Graphic/Megan Davis BY JENNIFER WILLIS firstname.lastname@example.org A four-car accident that occurred at the 63 eastbound mile-marker of I-40 during the late evening hours of Thursday, October 31 left one man dead. According to a report
from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, 2006 Freightliner semi, driven by 49-year-old Nadejda Scarlevschi, was traveling eastbound on I-40. A 2006 Volvo semi carrying concrete pipe, driven by 26-year-old Seyful Iskandarovich
Lomidze, of Jacksonville, FL, rear ended the semi driven by Scarlevschi, causing it to go into a clockwise spin and flip into the emergency lane against the guardrail, and come to a rest facing west. Lomidze’s Volvo jackknifed, and his trailer
blocked both lanes of I-40. A third semi, a 2012 International, driven by 63-year-old William Parker of Bartlett, struck the trailer crossing the interstate. Parker’s semi went into a clockwise spin, flipped, and came to rest off the south edge of the roadway.
A 1997 Honda, driven by 21-year-old Rachelle Fjeldahl, of Trenton, ran through the crash debris and came to a controlled stop in the emergency lane. Twenty-six-year-old Lomidze died as a result of his injuries. Parker was injured, and all other
involved parties were uninjured. Interstate 40 was shut down through Friday morning and traffic was diverted to exit 60 as crews worked to clean up the wreckage, as well the hazardous materials spilt as a result of the accident.
Brownsville to receive $500,000 CDBG grant BY JENNIFER WILLIS email@example.com According to a press release from Governor Bill Haslam and Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty, more than $27 million in Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) were approved to assist Tennessee communities
with infrastructure, health and safety projects, and downtown improvements. “ C o m m u n i t y Development Block Grants helps communities complete projects that lay the groundwork for future economic development opportunities,” said Haslam. “I am pleased the state can partner with and assist our local communities with these
improvements as we continue our work to make Tennessee the number one location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.” “Community development is essential in growing the economy and creating a business-friendly environment,” said Hagerty. “These grants allow communities to take steps that will ultimately encourage incumbent
businesses to expand and future companies to relocate and invest in Tennessee.” The CDBG program is administered in Tennessee by the Department of Economic and Community Development. The City of Brownsville has been approved for a $500,000 CDBG Grant for sewer system improvements. The city
also received a $25,000 façade program grant for downtown and main street improvements. The additional grant money can be used for new awnings and signs, painting, building repairs, or other upgrades. The Tennessee Department of Economic and C o m m u n i t y Development’s
mission is to develop strategies which help make Tennessee the number one location in the Southeast for quality jobs, and the department seeks to attract new corporate investments in Tennessee.
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Rogers bags 8-point buck
Richard M. Rogers bagged an 8-point buck at the Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge Hunt on November 2. The deer weighed 172 pounds, and had a 20 1/8 inch inside spread.
Congratulations, Tim Barnes!
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Miss Laura Hooper to wed Mr. Beau Sigler
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff M. Hooper of Brownsville, Tennessee are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Laura Mann Hooper, to Beau Andrew Sigler of Jackson, Tennessee. Laura is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Hooper of Brownsville, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loraine Davison of Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a 2000 graduate of Haywood High School, and a 2004 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
She holds a degree in Psychology and a minor in Theatre. She is currently working as a Branch Account Executive for Sharp Electronics in Washington, D.C. Mr. Beau Sigler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Sigler of Jackson, Tennessee. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Sigler of Knoxville, Tennessee, the late Mr. and Mrs. John Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Hawkins of Collierville, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCabe of Jackson, Tennessee. Beau is a 2000 graduate
of University School of Jackson and has a triple degree in banking and finance, managerial finance, and real estate from The University of Mississippi, from where he graduated in 2006. He is the Channel Marketing Manager with Stanley Black and Decker in Towson, Maryland. The couple will be married in the Grand Cayman Islands on February 15, 2014, with immediate family and closest friends attending. They will reside in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Fast Pace and First State Bank find their Halloween spirit
Thursday, November 7, 2013
After 34 years, Kathy Whitehead has flipped the last switch and hung up her headset as the watched the board go blank for the last time at Millington Phone Company, or what is now called Ritter Communications. Reflecting back, she says she wouldnâ€™t change a thing. She plans on traveling and â€œjust doing her own thing.â€? Congratulations, Kathy!
Employees at First State Bank (below) and Face Pace Urgent Care Clinic (above) found their Halloween spirit last Thursday and dressed in costumes for the day.
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Weekly Devotional Do you remember the WWJD bracelets? They stood for “What would Jesus do?” The WWJD slogan became a mantra for all of life. In any situation or circumstance, we are to ask, “What would Jesus do?” Of course, this is a great idea since Jesus never sinned and is the perfect model of obedience to the Father. However, the problem is that most people think Jesus was a weak little pacifist, who never made waves and tolerated every man’s wickedness. It is true that all those who were broken, sinful, and repentant were showered with Jesus’ love, compassion, and forgiveness. Yet, there was a group of people that Jesus never accepted. In fact, Jesus called them a “brood of vipers” in Matthew 12:34; 23:33, “fools” in Matthew 23:17, “hypocrites” in Matthew 23:13-19, “blind” in Matthew15:12-14, and “children of the devil” in John 8:44. These were people claiming to be religious, but also making a practice of loving their sin. They looked right. They sounded right. They had all the right answers to the theological questions, yet their hearts were far from God. Am I saying we should be walking around calling people “vipers,” and “children of the devil?” Not necessarily. I am saying that we should make sure we don’t fit into this category. “Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith” – 2 Co. 13:5 Jason Velotta - Christ Church
ASSEMBLY OF GOD FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 700 N. Dupree Ave. 772-1242
BAPTIST ALLEN BAPTIST 5533 U.S. Hwy. 79 N. 772-3930 ANTIOCH BAPTIST 8432 Hwy. 79 N. 772-5682 ANTIOCH BAPTIST Tibbs Community Church 9327 Tibbs Rd 772-5682 BETHESDA MISSIONARY BAPTIST 126 Baxter St. 772-3388 BLUFF CREEK BAPTIST 3480 Dr. Hess Rd. 772-6433 BROWNS CREEK BAPTIST 673 Brown Creek Rd. 772-2288 BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST 5 N. Wilson Ave. 772-9753 BROWNSVILLE COMMUNITY BAPTIST 1200 N. Mclemore Ave. 772-0717 CALVARY BAPTIST 624 Hatchie St. 772-0192 CANE CREEK BAPTIST 1904 Cane Creek Road 772-1033 CHAPEL HILL MISSIONARY BAPTIST 1077 Shaw Loop 772-4840
MERCER BAPTIST 1201 S. Dupree Ave. 772-2536
FELLOWSHIP CHURCH OF GOD 221 S. Russell St. 779-9585
NEW HOPE BAPTIST 586 Bond Ferry Rd. 772-5616
CHURCH OF GOD & CHRIST
REFUGEE TEMPLE HOLINESS 977 King Ave. 772-4166
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 109 W. College St. 772-2893
ST. JAMES CHURCH OF GODCHRIST 305 W. Thomas St. 772-0354
NEW REVELATION MISSIONARY BAPTIST 400 Rawls St. 772-1020 NEW VISION BAPTIST 612 Fulton Rd. 772-2663 OAKVIEW BAPTIST Winfield Lane 772-3933 PEACEFUL CHAPEL MB 1221 Fairground Rd. 772-9473 POPLAR CORNER BAPTIST 1010 Boyd Ave. 772-0950 SHAW’S CHAPEL BAPTIST 3772 Shaw Chapel Rd. 772-7738 SNIPES GROVE BAPTIST 1272 Thornton Rd. 772-5825 STANTON BAPTIST CHURCH 107 Covington Rd. 548-6015 ST. PAUL BAPTIST 4270 Hwy. 76 S. 772-1149 UPPER SALEM BAPTIST 81 Coburn Rd. 772-6538 WILLOW GROVE BAPTIST Jackson Hwy. 772-4644 WOODLAND BAPTIST 885 Woodland Church Rd. 772-5004
FIRST BAPTIST 311 E. Jefferson St. 772-1187
WOODLAWN BAPTIST 11007 Hwy. 19 W 772-3530
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST 294 Friendship Rd. 772-8060
ZION BAPTIST 1733 Upper Zion Rd. 772-4211
GOOD HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 554 Hillville Rd 731-254-9818
HARMONY BAPTIST CHURCH 4684 Eurekaton Rd 731-254-8746 HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST Hickory Grove Haynes Rd. 772-1259 HOLLY GROVE BAPTIST 8488 Poplar Corner Road 772-2627 IGLESIA BAUTISTA CRISTO REY 1458 E. Main St. 772-6024 LONDON BRANCH BAPTIST London Branch Rd. 772-2283 LOWER SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST 1230 E. Jefferson St. 772-8027 MACEDONIA BAPTIST 103 Macedonia Rd. 772-4770
ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC 910 N. Washington Ave. 772-3514
CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH OF CHRIST OF BEECH GROVE 778 Beech Grove Rd. 772-3449 JEFFERSON STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 1234 E. Jefferson St. 772-3316
EPISCOPAL CHRIST EPISCOPAL 140 N. Washington Ave. 772-9156
JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES KINGDOM HALL - JEHOVAH’S WITNESS 1040 Boyd Ave. 772-6499
METHODIST BROWNSVILLE DISTRICT UMC 1489 E. Main St. 772-9882 DANCYVILLE C.M.E. CHURCH 3515 Dancyville Rd. 548-6725 DOUGLAS CHAPEL C.M.E. CHURCH 3659 Stanton - Koko Rd. 548-6800 FARMERS CHAPEL CME 107 N. Wilson Ave. 772-3056 FIRST UNITED METHODIST 117 E. Franklin St. 772-0365 MARVIN CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST 588 Marvin Chapel Rd. 772-6146 MT. PLEASANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 315 Mt. Pleasant Rd 254-9518
TRUE LOVE TABERNACLE OF PRAISE MINISTRY 1456 E. Main St. 780-5481
BETHEL COMMUNITY CHURCH 5732 Rudolph Rd. CHRIST CHURCH OF BROWNSVILLE 2120 Anderson Ave. 772-9933 CHRIST TEMPLE APOSTOLIC 404 E. Cherry St. 772-0064
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CHURCH OF THE LORD JESUS 687 Bell St. 772-5357 FAITH DELIVERANCE 1193 Tamm St. 772-2236 FAMILY LIFE FELLOWSHIP 1274 Thornton Rd 734-2700 FIRST HOLINESS CHURCH 205 E. Jefferson Street 772-8002 GREAT HEIGHTS 1274 Thornton Rd. 779-9689 GREATER NEW BIRTH OF CHRIST 505 Tyus St. 772-8247 HOPE OF FAITH 900 S. Grand Ave. 772-6700
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PROSPECT CME 10010 Hwy. 76 S. 772-4426
ZION TEMPLE 1117 Friendship Rd. 772-3295
PROSPECT CME #1 2656 Prospect Lane 772-9070 SPRING HILL METHODIST CHURCH 441 Spring Hill Rd Stanton
PENTECOSTAL HOUSE OF PRAYER 235 Friendship Rd. 772-9678
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STANTON UNITED METHODIST 115 Covington St. 234-4914
Jefferson Street Church of Christ Minister: Earnest Haymon
WESTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 3235 Hwy. 54 W. 772-3810
UNION GROVE UNITED METHODIST 8118 Hwy 70 E. 772-5168
Bible School...................9:45a.m. Worship................11a.m. & 6p.m. Bible Study.....................5p.m.
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CHRISTIAN FAITH TABERNACLE 2826 Hwy. 79 N. 772-7112
TABERNACLE CME 151 E. Thomas St. 772-7774
CHURCH OF CHRIST 1238 Thorton Rd. 772-3344
Wednesday: Bible Study.....................6p.m.
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Calendar Public Meetings Brownsville City Board Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month â€“ 5:30 p.m. Brownsville City Court Room Brownsville City Planning Commission 4th Thursday â€“ 4 p.m. Brownsville City Court Room Brownsville Historic Zoning Commission 3rd Thursday of every month - 4 p.m. Brownsville City Court Room Brownsville Utility Board 1st Tuesday â€“ 5 p.m. at the Utility Office
Haywood County Commission Meeting 3rd Monday of every month â€“ 5 p.m. Haywood County Courthouse Haywood County Election Commission 2nd Thursday of the month â€“ 5:30 p.m. Haywood County Courthouse Haywood County Planning Commission 2nd Thursday of every month - 7 p.m. Haywood County Courthouse Haywood County School Board Meeting 2nd Tuesday of every month â€“ 6 p.m. Board of Education
Stanton Planning Commission Meeting 3rd Thursday of the month â€“ 7 p.m. Town Hall Stanton Town Meeting 3rd Tuesday of the month â€“ 7 p.m. Town Hall 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: 772-2362
Fall in the Air
Thursday, November 7, 2013
On the Agenda... Thursday, November 7 Ward 2 Neighborhood Watch Meeting: Ward 2 will hold a neighborhood watch meeting Thursday, November 7 at 6 pm at the WOW Building. Mark W Hollomon, area coordinator for the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency Military Department of Tennessee, will be the guest speaker.
Saturday, November 9 Dunbar-HCT-Carver High Alumni, Brownsville Chapter, will sponsor a Gospel Musical and Fashion Show fundraiser for scholarships Saturday, November 9 from 6 pm until 9 pm in the Carver High gym. The public is invited. Many local groups have been invited to participate.
Sunday, November 10 Tabernacle C.M.E. Church will host a â€œFamily and Friends Dayâ€? program Sunday, November 10 at 1:30 p.m. The guest speaker will be Reverend Ernest Ligon of Martin Tabernacle C.M.E. Church of Trenton. They will also be the guest choir.
Tuesday, November 12 The Haywood County Foster Resource Parents Organization will meet November 12 at 6 p.m. at the Elma Ross Public Library.
Friday, November 15 Traffic Enforcement Roadblocks: The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting a D.L. Checkpoint on 11-15-2013 in Haywood County in the evening hours. Our main focus will be unlicensed drivers. The checkpoint will be conducted in the central portion of the county. Troopers will concentrate their efforts on unlicensed drivers and unsafe vehicles within Haywood County. The Tennessee Highway Patrol has found these Traffic Enforcement Roadblocks to be an effective means of enforcing the motor vehicle statutes of Tennessee while ensuring the protection of all motorists.
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Thursday, November 7, 2013
Off the Beaten Path with Jerry Wilson
Life changing moments This weekend brought an end to a special relationship in my life that dates back to the early 1960s with the death of Nell Johnson. My first contact with the family came when I decided to change my employment. I moved from the role of a day worker on the farm to work at a local factory. Although I dearly loved farm life, very little possibilities, if any, for advancement opportunities existed for me as a farm hand. With this assurance, I made the decision to place an application in the only two factories in town. I was called a few weeks later for an interview and got a job at Kleer-vu Plastics in Brownsville. I was scared to death riding to work that first day but I was also very excited and thankful to have such a job. My salary at the new job was more than twice the amount at my previous job. And not only that, my hours decreased from about 60 hours to 40 hours per week. I knew some of my fellow employees and came to know
several others and all were nice and helpful but I do remember one of the supervisors in particular that seemed to take me under his wing. His name was Jim Johnson. We hit it off for reasons that I can’t put a finger on but I am so thankful that we did. I was barely out of my teens and green as a gourd and most definitely a tender vine. Having grown up without a father figure, Jim seemed to pick up that role and to this day, I have never forgotten his instruction and teaching by both word and deed. He also helped me out of some w o r r i s o m e situations. I had been there only a few months when it was announced that some layoffs might be on the way. The only thing I could think of was being without a job that I was quickly growing accustom to. I mentioned this to Jim and he gave me some great advice that I’ve never forgotten to this very day. He told me not to worry about it. “Learn your job,” he said, “and I’ll
check into it.” I was there for six years or more and never experienced a layoff. I learned from Jim that if you do your job well, give it all you can and put forth an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay, you’ll do just fine. Guess what? He was right on. The first time I met Mrs. Nell was at a company party. I was standing outside with some fellow employees when this long, flashy Cadillac pulled into the parking lot. The bell boy opened the passenger door and out stepped this beautiful young lady who had class and sophistication written all over her. She was truly a southern belle. I could hardly wait to see whether or not I knew her husband or her companion for the evening. The driver parked the car and made his way toward the entrance. As he drew near, I noted that he was dressed in a beautiful blue threepiece suit. As he came closer, I realized that it was my new found friend and mentor who could hold his own with the very best.
A new addition It’s been two weeks, but the Willis’ have added a new family member, Gunnar. He is a now 12-week-old German Shepherd puppy, and we love him already! The kids have been begging for a while, and I wasn’t sure, plus we were moving at the time when they really started begging. But, a couple weeks ago, after a little encouragement from a friend, I gave in. We left for Mississippi two W e d n e s d a y afternoons ago to pick up our new addition. The kids picked out his name the night before, so we already had that part figured out. Sarah wanted to give him a German name. Needless to say, we are completely in love with him! He’s a puppy, so he is of course a little rowdy, but he is already learning some basic commands. Chuck and Sarah thought it would be cool to teach him his commands in German, so that’s
what we’re working on. Jacob also thought it was cool because “that is what police dogs learn.” He gets a little lonely when we have to leave him home alone for a bit, but in the evenings his favorite thing to do is curl up at the end of the recliner in front of the fireplace and take a long nap. The kids are teaching him how to fetch a tennis ball and bring it back, and it tickles them that he eats acorns every time we take him outside. Between Sarah and Jacob, Gunnar is going to be a big spoiled rotten baby! (And I had A B S O L U T E LY nothing to do with it!) Other than all of the excitement over the new puppy, we have been really busy trying to keep the leaves and limbs picked up in the yard. Thus far, it seems to be a losing battle. Sarah wants us to leave them in the yard because she thinks all of the different colors make it look pretty, and
Jacob wants us to rake them all up so he can run and jump into the pile and strow them all through the yard again. We have also begun to pick up pecans. TONS of pecans. And there are TONS more coming! The tree branches are heavy with them, and we have picked up about 1,500 already between the six trees. Looks like I need to learn some new recipes that call for pecans. I really want to learn how to candy them, but we will have to stop eating them as we shell them, or there will be none left to candy! I wish we had an old pecan sheller like my father-in-law did, but I am doing it the hard way... one at a time. But, it is fun to teach the kids how to do it that way. They think it is fun anyway! Now if I could find someone to share some purple hull peas, I could teach them what it is like to shell those! (Not to mention we’d have a really good meal!)
By 28th Judicial District Circuit Court Judge
I was in a group of people being photographed the other night, and the photographer singled me out for not smiling. “This won’t do,” she said, pointing to me “You’ve got to do better than that. Smile!” So I did, sort of. Some people have a natural, camera-ready smile, but most of us, me included, do not. Try as I might, when I mug for the camera my smile almost always turns out forced and unnatural. A lot of people have that problem; how many times have you heard someone say, “I just can’t take a good picture,” and many, if not most, people do look better in real life than they do in photos, no matter how artfully done. Most people think you can’t look good in a photo unless you’re smiling. Know anyone who’s posted a non-smiling photo of themselves on Facebook? But if you think about it, smiling is not a natural act. I’ll bet you’re not smiling right now, as you read this, but if someone held a camera in front of you, like everyone else, you’d try to light up your face with a smile. If the photographer takes too long to frame the shot, however, there’s a problem. Suddenly our smiles turn into forced grimaces. The almost automatic, voluntary “smile” flies away, leaving something far less attractive in its place. That’s because a natural smile is like a blush; it’s a reaction, not a state of being. Photographers haven’t always demanded smiles. Remember those photos of your greatgrandparents and their families? How many were smiling? My grandfather was briefly a photographer right after the turn of the last century, and out of more than 200 people he photographed, only one was smiling, a young man who was actually clowning around in front of the camera. The photos of him don’t look authentic. It’s like some modern college student has donned old clothes for a nostalgia photo at one of those tourist-trapold-time-photo-studios. We presume that people didn’t smile in photos back then because exposure time was so long that they couldn’t hold smiles long enough to keep their photos from being blurred, and there could
be some truth to that. The first photographs had extremely long exposures, often several minutes. Matthew Brady, the Civil War photographer, presumably had state-ofthe-art equipment at the time, but was still forced to use exposure times about a full minute in bright sunlight. Indoor shots took much longer. Another reason may well have been that people just didn’t smile much back then. Indeed, they had little to smile about. A huge proportion of adults had a child, or children, who had died before the age of five, and life was brutish and hard for all but the fabulously wealthy. Even wealth and fame didn’t protect your children from premature death. Eighteen of our presidents lost children to death in their infancy, three of them had children who died while they lived in the White House. Any wonder people didn’t smile much. And then there was the question of dental care. There was usually none, especially cosmetic dentistry. Brown or missing teeth were extremely common. Hiding your smile under such conditions would be the most natural thing in the world. But there was something even beyond that going on, and that was that smiling people were considered to be undistinguished and common throughout most of modern history. Even before the age of photographs, portrait painters almost never painted smiles on their subjects. Look at the paintings of the kings and queens of Europe
or those of our early presidents. Not a smiler among them. Think about Abraham Lincoln. During his political life he was often criticized for not being serious enough, in part because of his frequently expressed sense of humor. He regularly evoked hoops of laughter from those in his company by telling them jokes, often offcolor, but in virtually every formal photograph taken of him he wears the gravest expression imaginable. That’s why we think of him that way. Smiling, up until the 20th Century, was not regarded as a physical sign of friendliness and warmth, and paintings and photographs were rare and often considered to be oncein-a-lifetime events, records for posterity. They had permanence, and no one wanted to be immortalized with a look of foolishness his or her face. Showing the teeth was, for the upper classes, a moreor-less formal breach of etiquette. Common people did that. So no one smiled for photographs until the advent and rise of film. A combination of photo technology and the changing culture then turned our favor to smiles, at least for most of us. We no longer have to worry about our grandchildren remembering how we look from only one or two faded family portraits. Today people are snapping pictures everywhere you go, and most of us are pretty much hardwired to smile whenever they do. Because we’re all so much happier than we used to be. Right? Prove it. Say cheese.
The Brownsville States-Graphic
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Anderson Davis
Mr. Lynn Young
Date of Death - November 3, 2013
Date of Death - November 4, 2013
granddaughter of J. H. McMurry. In 1980 she graduated from Rhodes College, where she was Miss Southwestern, Homecoming Queen and a member of the Rhodes Hall of Fame. After graduation she worked as a stock broker, first in Houston, Texas and then in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1996 she moved to Brownsville to be closer to her parents. As a homemaker, she realized her love of children and teaching, and returned to school to get a Masters in Education from Union University. Mary taught at East Side and Sunny Hill schools in Haywood County, and started
Lynn Young, 53, passed away Monday, November 4, 2013 at his home in Jackson, Tennessee. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, November 7, 2013, at 2 PM in the Lea & Simmons Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Cemetery. Lea & Simmons Funeral Home, 1280 South Dupree Avenue, Brownsville, Tn 38012, 731-772-8880 / Obit-731-772-8744, www.leaandsimmons. com
Mary Elizabeth Anderson Davis, 54, passed away peacefully Sunday evening in Houston, Texas, after a 14-year battle with cancer. With her were her son, daughter and sister. Mary was the daughter of Elving “Andy” Anderson and Evelyn McMurry Anderson, and
the gifted program at each. She attended First Presbyterian Church and later First United Methodist Church. In 2006 she moved to Chico, California, continued teaching, and became the director of the after school programs for Glenn County. She is survived by her two children, Sarah Davis, 24, and Max Davis, 22. She also leaves her siblings Brian, Doug, Ed, and Sharon Anderson. A memorial service will be held in Chico, California December 15th. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Elma Ross Library, continuing the Anderson commitment to education and the community.
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Mr. Bobby Joe Ward Date of Death - November 1, 2013 Bobby Joe Ward, age 68, of Brownsville, passed away Friday, November 1, 2013, at his residence. Mr. Ward was a former guard at the Haywood County Jail and a veteran of the United States Army National Guard. Visitation will be Sunday, November 3, 2013, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM, at Brownsville-Bells Funeral Homes in Brownsville. Funeral services will be Monday, November 4, 2013, at 11:00 AM in the Chapel of BrownsvilleBells Funeral Homes in
Brownsville, officiated by the Rev. Frank Kemper with interment to follow in Oakwood Cemetery. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Lattie Ward of Bells, TN; his wife, Alice Ward of Brownsville; two sons, Ricky McFarland (Charlene) of Brownsville and Mark Gilliland (Katrina) of Gadsden; one daughter, Shayla Young (Shane) of Jackson; seven grandchildren, Miranda (Jamie) Waggoner, Erica (Ray) Forsythe, Tabitha
(Douglas) Jeter, Heather (Dylan) Sterling, Katelyn (Louis) Gilliland, and Tyler Gilliland; and nine great grandchildren. Mr. Ward was preceded in death by his father, Percy Joe Ward; a brother, James Ward; and a grandson, Jeremy McFarland. The family requests that memorials be sent to: Brownsville-Haywood County Rescue Squad, In Memory of Jeremy McFarland, 111 North Lafayette, Brownsville, TN 38012.
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Mr. Christopher Ambrose Mayfield Date of Death - October 29, 2013 Christopher Ambrose Mayfield, 41 passed away at his home in Memphis, TN on October 29, 2013. Funeral Services were held Friday, November 1, 2013, at 11:00 A.M. in Harmony Baptist Church. Burial followed in Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery. Services were under the direction of Lea & Simmons Funeral Home. Lea & Simmons Funeral Home, 1280 South Dupree Avenue, Brownsville, Tn 38012, 731-772-8880 / Obit-731-772-8744, www.leaandsimmons.com Brownsville States Graphic (Brownsville, Tenn.) November 7, 2013
Mr. Morrison (Jack) Ewing Holt Hulme Date of Death - October 31, 2013 Morrison (Jack) Ewing Holt Hulme departed this life to spend eternity with his Lord on October 31, 2013. He was born in the Edgewood community of Dyer County May 6, 1929 to the late Fountain Elliott Pitt Hulme and Lula Florence Carnell Hulme. He grew up on a large family farm with eight brothers and three sisters. The Hulmes were known for their involvement in the Methodist Church and their encouragement and support for local pastors. He served in the United States Navy from 1951 to 1953. Morrison received a degree in Agriculture from The University of Tennessee at Martin in 1957. While earning his degree he enjoyed playing football as a half back. His career began as a USDA food inspector that spanned 36 years. Two of his most memorable jobs were at Smucker’s in Orville, Ohio and PictSweet in Bells, Tennessee. Following his retirement from the USDA, Morrison took a job with the Bells Drug Store delivering drugs to local health care facilities. Morrison was a Christian and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Bells. He loved the Lord and served Him faithfully by service to his church and to others. He enjoyed gardening and working outside. In addition to his parents, Morrison was preceded in death by his siblings: Robert Hulme, Emerson Hulme, Albert Hulme, Howard Hulme, Fountain Hulme, Jr., Joseph Hulme, Miriam Baxter, Emma Lou Watson and Virginia Lucille Hopkins. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Annie Floye Norville Hulme; a daughter Carolyn Overton of Bells; two sons, Curtis (Marsha) Leggett of Bells and his son David (Claudette) Hulme of Gallatin. He is also survived by seven grandchildren: Cindy(Mauricio) Porras, Matt (Dee) Leggett, Anna (Matt) Cole, Nathaniel Hulme, Claudia Hulme, Hannah Hulme and Jacob Hulme. He has two great grandchildren: Harrison Leggett and Christian Cole. He is also survived by his brother John Wesley Hulme and wife Asylee of Jackson.
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(Brownsville, Tenn.) November 7, 2013
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Ballet Memphis presents perennial holiday favorite NUTCRACKER December 13-15, Orpheum Theatre Ballet Memphis will stage its version of the perennial holiday favorite, NUTCRACKER, at the Orpheum Theatre. This year marks the 25th that Ballet Memphis has staged a version of the NUTCRACKER. Performance dates and times: Friday, December 13 at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 14 at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 14 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, December 15 at 2 p.m. School matinees will take place December 12 and 13 at 9:45 a.m. each day. Doors open at 9 a.m. Tickets for the school matinees must be purchased through the Orpheum box office at 901/525-7800. Individual tickets are $7, $22, $43, and $72. Group rates are available through Ballet Memphis. This holiday classic features performers from Ballet
Memphis, the Ballet Memphis Junior Company and the Ballet Memphis School, as well as local children. NUTCRACKER is choreographed by Janet Parke (director of the Ballet Memphis School), Karl Condon (former associate artistic director of Ballet Memphis) and Joseph Jefferies (a former Ballet Memphis dancer). Bruce Bui, costume designer and wardrobe supervisor for Ballet Memphis, oversees the fitting and care of the production’s more than 300 costumes. The Memphis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Mei-Ann Chen, will perform the music composed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Eugene Onegin. “The beauty and magic of the ‘Nutcracker’ is in just that: its magic and beauty are timeless and appeal to all ages,” said Dorothy Gunther Pugh, founder and artistic director of Ballet Memphis. “It’s a show about celebration, about different cultures, and about the blessings
of family.” Principal casting includes (but is subject to change): CLARA: Hideko Karasawa and Anwen David NUTCRACKER: Kendall G. Britt Jr. and Ben Slayen HERR DROSSELMEIER: Steven McMahon and Travis Bradley SUGAR PLUM FAIRY: Crystal Brothers and Virginia Pilgrim CAVALIER: Rafael Ferreras Jr. and Brandon Ramey Tickets are available by calling Ballet Memphis at 901/737-7322 or visiting the online box office at balletmemphis.org. 2013 Nutcracker Tea - A Victorian Christmas Party In addition to the stage performances, Ballet Memphis will host the 2013 Nutcracker Tea - A Victorian Christmas Party Sunday, Dec. 1 from 2 to 4 p.m. at The Peabody Hotel, Venetian Room. During this annual fundraiser children can dance with Nutcracker
characters, play games, craft, and get a sneak peak of The Nutcracker performance. Photo opportunities and silent auction. Tickets are $45 per person and include tea party and valet parking. Tickets are available at balletmemphis.org or by calling 901/737-7322. About Ballet Memphis www. balletmemphis.org. In its 27th season, Ballet Memphis serves as a creative resource to the nation as a maker and interpreter of the South’s cultural legacy through its innovative neoclassical and contemporary repertoire, as well as production and training of the highest caliber. Founded by Dorothy Gunther Pugh in 1986, Ballet Memphis employs 19 professional dancers with a $4.3 million operating budget and has performed around the world. The combined programs of Ballet Memphis– dance company, ballet school, educational enrichment and Pilates Centre–serve 80,000 people each year.
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Veterans’ Day ceremony will be held on the Court House lawn Monday, November 11 at 11 am.
Bob Evans salutes veterans with free hotcakes Company announces free all-you-can-eat hotcakes on Veterans Day This Veterans Day, Bob Evans Farms salutes service to country with a hearty plate of hotcakes. The company announced today that veterans and active military personnel will receive free all-youcan-eat hotcakes at its restaurants on Veterans Day, Monday, November 11. All these honored servicemen and women need do is show a valid military ID. Veterans are a large portion of Bob Evans' consumers. According to the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs, eight
percent of residents in Bob Evans' home state of Ohio are veterans. "These dedicated men and women have served us, now we're proud to serve them a free breakfast on Veteran's Day," says President of Bob Evans Restaurants Randy Hicks. "We're grateful for their service to country and a heaping stack of hotcakes is our way of saying thank you." Guests must provide proof of service, including: U.S. Uniform Services
Identification Card, U.S. Uniform Services Retired Identification Card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement (LES), Wearing uniform, or Veterans Organization Card (i.e., American Legion and VFW). About Bob Evans Farms, Inc. Bob Evans Farms, Inc. owns and operates full-service restaurants under the Bob Evans Restaurants brand name. At the end of the first fiscal quarter (July 26, 2013), Bob Evans Restaurants owned and operated 560
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TN State Parks offer special discounts to veterans Veteran’s Day designated as Free State Park Day for TN veterans Tennessee State Parks announced today its annual free state parks day for all Tennessee veterans offering one free night of camping and/or a complimentary round of golf with appropriate identification. Veterans Day is Monday, November 11. “On Veterans Day we honor the many brave men and women who have served our country,” Deputy Commissioner Brock Hill said. “The state parks family invites all of Tennessee’s veterans to visit us on Nov. 11 and enjoy a day in one of our beautiful parks.” The free day on Nov. 11 is in addition to Tennessee State
Parks’ current veterans’ policy, which includes a camping discount within the state parks system and is available annually beginning November 1 through March 31, offering a 25 percent reduction off the standard nightly base rates (depending on the type of site chosen). This camping discount is available to Tennessee residents showing proof of prior military duty. A special state park discount also is in place for active duty military personnel and members of the Tennessee National Guard. This year-round discount is given to all U.S. military – regardless of their branch of service or where they are
stationed. Disabled veterans also are eligible for the Tennessee State Parks year-round ADA discount that provides a 25 to 50 percent discount for campsites. To receive the free state parks day benefits and extended discounts, veterans need to provide proof of residency with a Tennessee driver's license; and proof of veteran’s status, with a Certificate of Discharge (DD214) or Veterans Administration benefit card. Tennessee’s 54 state parks offer diverse natural, recreational and cultural experiences for individuals, families, or business and professional groups. State park
Mayor Franklin Smith along with all of Haywood County would like to thank all veterans for their service to this country. Thanking all veterans for their service to this country.
features range from pristine natural areas to 18-hole championship golf courses. Celebrating its 75th Anniversary this past year, the Tennessee State Parks system was established through legislation in 1937. Today, there is a state park within an hour’s drive of just about anywhere in the state, with features such as pristine natural areas and a variety of lodging and dining choices. For more information about Tennessee State Parks, please visit http:// w w w. t n s t a t e p a r k s . com or connect via Facebook or Twitter. For a free brochure about Tennessee State Parks, call 1-888-867-2757.
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November Landscaping and Gardening Tips By Walter Battle Frost is on the pumpkins, but gardening season isn't over yet. Jason Reeves, horticulturist and curator at the University of Tennessee Gardens, Jackson, says “gardeners still have plenty of tasks during autumn.” Reeves offers these tips to help us keep our landscape and garden in top shape: Shrubs and Trees November is an ideal time to plant or transplant trees, shrubs and fruit crops. Be sure to water thoroughly, then mulch newly planted plants with a good 3- to 4-inch layer of mulch. Newly planted evergreens should be checked regularly during the winter to ensure they are getting enough water. Mulch existing trees and shrubs to reduce weeds, provide insulation from freezing temperatures and
conserve moisture. Perennials, Annuals and Bulbs Reduce peony botrytis blight and hollyhock rust by removing and disposing of all leaves and stems this fall. Roses should have all their leaves raked from beneath to prevent black spot. Dispose of plant materials in the trash, not the compost pile. This will reduce the carryover of disease during the winter and you will have less trouble next year. Cut chrysanthemum and other perennials’ stems close to the ground once they have begun to die back. Leave ornamental grasses to provide winter interest until spring. You can continue to transplant perennials throughout the fall and winter unless they are marginally hardly in your zone. Those marginal plants are best planted in spring. Now
is also an ideal time to plant spring-ﬂowering bulbs. Consider planting some of the minor bulbs such as winter aconite, glory of the snow, species tulips, crocus, narcissus and grape hyacinths. Winter annuals such as pansies, violas, Dianthus chinensis, red mustard, snapdragons, ornamental cabbage and kale can still be planted - the earlier in the month, the better. Mulch ﬂower beds with 2 to 3 inches of good compost or ﬁne mulch to keep soil temperature stable and prevent winter plant injury from frost heaving. As the compost or ﬁne mulch decomposes, it will enrich your garden soil as well. Lawn Care It's not too late to fertilize your cool-season fescue lawn. Use a turf fertilizer and follow label directions. This encourages good root development and helps
improve the color of the lawn. Keep heavy layers of leaves raked from the lawn. They should be composted. Another option is to mow over a light layer of leaves, turning them into mulch, which adds important nutrients back to the lawn. November is the month for the ﬁrst herbicide application for wild garlic and wild onion. Ask your county UT Extension ofﬁce for information on herbicides and rates of application. Fruits and Veggies As soon as leaves fall from fruit trees and berry plants, spray for the ﬁrst time with a dormant horticultural oil. This helps control overwintering insects and disease. Apply according to label instructions. Incorporate compost in the annual and vegetable gardens for next growing season.
Review Club holds October meeting Members of the Eighth Review Club made their way through a panorama of fall colors to the lovely country home of Jean Williams for their October meeting. Co-hostesses Susan Smith and Elaine McCool served a decadently delicious chocolate silk pie. A short business meeting followed. President Kay Gibbs spoke words of praise in memory of Joyce Hale, a recently deceased member
of the club, who is to be memorialized by the club with the donation of a book to her church library. Peggy Korn, who has renewed her active status as a club member, was warmly welcomed back by Kay and all in attendance. Chaplain Patsy Connerly reminded us, on the evening of our annual fund-raising effort and as the season of giving approaches, that we cannot outgive God who promises
that He sees and rewards a generous heart – “Give and it shall be given unto you . . .” The Club voted to fund an organizational membership to the Brownsville-Haywood County Chamber of Commerce. The meeting was closed with the saying of the Club Collect as members began to eye a table overﬂowing with goodies to be awarded to the highest bidder.
Jams, relishes, cakes and a decorative cake plate, pies, candies, sugared pecans,casseroles, rolls, biscuits, loaf bread, farm-raised eggs, fall decorations, Christmas ornaments and more, were bid upon with enthusiasm. Nearly $600 was raised to be spent on worthy local projects. The next meeting will be a Christmas Brunch to be held Saturday, December 7 in the home of Helen Stark
USJ Holiday Mart to be held November 22-24 The holidays are nearly here and for more than 40 years The University School of Jackson’s Holiday Mart is a great way to start the holiday season. This weekend of the most fabulous shopping experience in West Tennessee will be held Nov. 22-24 at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in downtown Jackson. Sponsored by the University School of Jackson’s Mothers’ Club and Bancorp South, the Mart will feature thousands of unique gift and decorating ideas in a festive, holiday setting. The Holiday Mart will be open: Friday, Nov. 22, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24 noon to 5 p.m. More than 100 merchants from across the Southeast will ﬁll the Carl Perkins Civic Center with clothing, jewelry, toys, home accessories, holiday trim and many other gift ideas for sale. The Mart is the perfect place to look for gift items for friends, teachers and the hard-tobuy-for person on your list. Admission tickets are $5 in advance for adults and $2 for students. Children under 6 are admitted free. Advance tickets are available at USJ’s Campus on McClellan Road, or at one of the following BancorpSouth locations: area BancorpSouth branch locations: Downtown,
Old Hickory Boulevard, Greystone, Union University, Bemis, Alamo, Humboldt, Trenton, Milan and Selmer. Tickets are $10 at the door for adults. Each ticket gives the owner unlimited re-admission during all three days of the Mart Besides the great shopping and food the Mart offers, there are special events each day. New to the Mart this year is a special shopping experience on Friday night, Jingle Bell Mingle. The Mart will reopen at 6 pm Friday night with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and desserts along with shopping specials. Tickets for this event are $12 but also include a one-day admission to the Mart. Tickets are available online at www.usjholidaymart. com. Other events include: • Tea Room: Celebrate the start of the Mart and enjoy a light lunch on Friday, November 22. There are two seatings for this Mart tradition, 11:15 am and 12:30 pm. Tickets are $12 per person or $100 for a reserved table of 8. Sponsored by Regional Hospital of Jackson. For more information on the Tea Room or tickets, email email@example.com • High Tea with My Doll and Me: Start the morning Saturday, November 23, with tea, treats and a special time with friends. Bring your doll to meet some favorite American Girl friends and you may
even win a door prize. Two seatings: 9:30 am and 12:30 pm. Tickets are $12 or $100 for a reserved table of 8. Sponsored by The Woman’s Clinic. • Santa’s Elf Workshop: Also new to the Mart this year, this kids only event will give parents time to shop on Saturday the 23rd while the kids explore the Fine Arts with games, a craft, snacks and a movie. There are three sessions to choose from: 9:30 am – 11:30 am, Santa and Reindeer; 12:30pm -2:30 pm, Snowman and Snowﬂakes; and 3pm -5pm, Christmas Trees and Ornaments. This event is for children in Jr.K through 3rd grade and children must be potty trained. Advanced tickets are required, as no drop-ins will be allowed. Tickets are $25 per child per session. Sponsored by USJ Arts Guild and Wallace Harris Group. Tickets to Holiday Mart Special Events do not include admission to the Mart. Tickets to Special Events can be purchased at usjholidaymart.com Specialty items, refreshments and attractions: Holiday Mart Bakeshop • Stop by the Bakeshop located on the Main Level for a selection of homemade treats and desserts including the traditional cheese braid, pumpkin roll or a coconut cake. Some items are great for freezing for holiday gatherings, while others will make a great dessert for the weekend.
Holiday Shoppers’ Cafe • Enjoy soups, sandwiches, and desserts on the Lower Level. Open Fri. - Sun. during regular Mart hours. Sponsored by JMS Russell Metals. Dad’s Sports Grill –On the lower level, open during regular Mart hours, this hot spot lets you enjoy something hot off the grill, manned by USJ Dads. Sponsored by West Tennessee Bone and Joint Clinic. Junior Deli – Open during regular Mart hours on the lower level and offering an assortment of soups, sandwiches and treats, this Holiday Mart tradition is sponsored by the USJ Junior Class and is one of the class’s fund raising events. Package Hold & Gift Wrap – Why carry those packages around while you shop? Leave them at the package hold are on the lower level. This area will be open during regular mart hours. Portraits with Santa • Professional portraits with Santa by Family Album. Open Friday, Nov. 22, noon-5:30 pm; Saturday, Nov. 23, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; and Sunday, Nov. 24, noon-5:00 pm. Admission to the Mart is required to have your photo taken with Santa. Chairing the Mart this year are Ginger New, Ashley Rabun, Kim Rainey and Haley Wilkerson. The three-day event involves hundreds of volunteers and is USJ’s largest fundraiser of the year.
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Education Haywood County Board of Education by Superintendent Teresa Russell
Just what are Common Core State Standards? Over the next several weeks, I will be sharing information surrounding the Common Core State Standards. There is a lot of conversation nationally and even locally about just what Common Core is all about. I hope to be able to clarify and give you a better understanding of these new standards. Let me begin by saying that Haywood County Schools fully embraces the implementation of the Common Core
State Standards (CCSS). For many years, we as educators have pushed for a break from multiple choice, rotememory teaching and testing. As experts in the field of education, we realized the need to allow for more problem-solving and more application level instruction. The CCSS is just that. It is a set of English/ Language Arts and Math standards that will allow for higher level expectations of student learning and
performance. While the transition to CCSS may be an expensive and challenging endeavor, there is no price too high for preparing our students to meet the demands of their futures- whether that is college, career or military preparation. The shift to CCSS began many years ago when groups of various stakeholders lead efforts for educational reforms across the states. After many studies and reports, it
Thursday, November 7, 2013 was determined that a number of states, including Tennessee, were basing instruction on less than rigorous standards and many students graduating across the nation where not prepared for life after high school. In other words, a high school diploma does not necessarily equate to the demands of adult life. I do not believe that our time has been wasted with the Tennessee Diploma Project Standards (the standards prior to CCSS), but I would argue that we were not adequately preparing all students for the demands post graduation. Thus comes my full support of the Common Core State Standards. How can we argue against standards that allow for more student engagement, deeper and richer understanding of concepts, more critical thinking and problem solving, more evidence based reading and
writing, along with many other positive changes reflected in the CCSS. We must not confuse the standards with curriculum and we need not get caught up in the “national standards” controversy. What we need to focus on is our students and our teachers and how we can best prepare them as we move forward with the full implementation of CCSS. I believe that the new standards will allow for much more flexibility and creativity within the classrooms, not to mention the wealth of resources available to our teachers. Teachers across the country will be able to collaborate and share resources since most teachers will be following a common set of standards. Students who move across state lines will be able to pick up and move right along with the same standards. This does not mean
every student in every state will be doing exactly the same thing every day. What it does mean is that I can expect my child in rural west Tennessee to be taught and assessed at the same level as a student in a suburban district in North Carolina, or any other state under CCSS. This is important because the reality is that our students will be competing for entrance into the workforce, colleges and the military with students from all over the nation and even the world, and we want them to have every possible advantage. In the following weeks, we will examine more closely the details of the Common Core State Standards. Please follow along each week and feel free to contact me with any questions. I am excited about the changes we are facing and look forward to engaging our students in the work ahead.
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Thursday, November 7, 2013
“Dancing to the music” at Anderson’s Annual Sock Hop
Brownsville States Graphic/Rita Hathcock Anderson Early Childhood Center students had a wonderful time again this year at their annual Sock Hop on October 31. Students, teachers, staff members and families participated in the action as they all joined in to “dance to the music” at Anderson.
HES first awards honor students
Brownsville States Graphic/Rita Hathcock H a y w o o d Elementary School held the first awards program of this school year on November 1. Students were recognized for their academic achievements, attendance and strength of Character.
The Rotary Club presented a bicycle to a student who had perfect attendance, and the Brownsville Police Department added a helmet to emphasize the importance of bike safety to our students. First State Bank representatives
were present to tell the students about Kidz Klub. This is a program to encourage students to realize that academic success pays off in a big way. For every “A” or “3” on their report cards, $1.00 is deposited into the students’ Kitty
Cash account. Mrs. Jennifer Sloan recognized two students from each grade level who best exhibited the Character trait for this nine weeks – Respectfulness. Each teacher nominated the student who best
portrayed this trait in her classroom. The Family Resource Center holds Happy Hour after each awards program and invites families to come in and check out materials for their students to use at home. Mrs. Susan
Evans' class was rewarded for bringing in the most Box Tops For Education, and several students were added to the “Reading Wall of Fame” for their use of the Resource Center and number of books read during the nine weeks.
PEP brings “treats” to HES Awards Program
Brownsville States Graphic/Rita Hathcock Members of PEP were present at HES awards programs on November 1 to bring a treat to three lucky
teachers. PEP (Parents and Educators for Progress in Haywood County) is a group that was started
by a group of proud Brownsvillians to recognize the many positive things that are occurring in Haywood
County. The group is active and presented a gift card and “favorite Sonic drink” to teachers
Amanda Stanley, Vivian Miller and Susan Evans. A few weeks ago, a PEP rally was held at College Hill and
members shared lots of information concerning the Common Core and education in Haywood County.
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Thursday, November 7, 2013
Community Partners visit Anderson AAA Program
This year’s AAA Before and After school program at Anderson Early Childhood Center is off to an excellent start. Ms. Williams and her staff asked several community partners to come to the school and show their students how they help
Brownsville and Haywood County. Cindy Smith from the HCS School Health Coordinator went to Anderson for four Thursdays and demonstrated hearing and sound in conjunction with Krista Parkers'
unit on phonological awareness. Ms. Cindy has also provided the HCS after school program with an excellent curriculum called "Just for the Health of It!" that is appropriate for grades K-12. During the week of October 14, Ms. Williams
Will Clinton qualifies for HHS 30+ Club
Brownsville States Graphic/Photo submitted Will Clinton, a junior and the son of Phil and Elise Clinton, is the newest member to the HHS 30+ Club. To qualify for this recognition, a student must make a 30 on the ACT test. Will is a member of the HHS Tennis team, the Show Choir and the Academic Decathlon team. He also participates in the HHS Drama Department’s annual musicals. Last year he was in “Legally Blond,” and this year he will perform in the group’s production of “Annie.” He is a member of First Presbyterian Church and enjoys volunteering in the community. After graduation, he plans to attend college. Other current members of the 30+
Club are juniors Emma Baumheckel and Ryan Watson. In
all HHS has had 22 students qualify for this recognition.
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and her AAA staff invited the Brownsville Police, TWRA, and Brownsville Fire Department to talk to the Anderson students about the services they provide to our community. On Monday, Firemen from Station 5 showed
students about their equipment and fire safety. The students got an up close look at a fire truck and the equipment used when fighting a fire. On Tuesday, Steve Henderson, a Tennessee wildlife officer, explained about his job and Tennessee Wildlife. He brought several animal pelts for the students to examine and the students have a better understanding of how important the job of being a wildlife officer is. On Wednesday, Officer Josh Masters and another officer, talked about the job of a policeman, showed their police cars and the students walked across the back seat of the police car. On Thursday Anderson students did math games with parents in conjunction with Anderson Slumber/ Number Math Night. Parents are always welcome to visit our sites during AAA before or after school time. Please contact one of site coordinators if you are interested in visiting an AAA site. The coordinator at Anderson
is Ms. Williams, Haywood Elementary is Ms. Stanley, East Side Intermediate is Ms. Lester, Haywood Middle has Ms. Hobock, Sunny Hill is Ms. Hudson, and the site coordinator at Haywood High is Ms. Diebold. “We really appreciate the community involvement at our AAA sites and are thankful for the time spent teaching AAA students about how much the Haywood County community cares about them,” said AAA Program Director Don Sims. AAA serves over 400 before and after school students in all six schools in Haywood County. This year the program has a focus on project-based learning, which ties in with the new Tennessee Common Core Standards. AAA provides a healthy snack to after school students, some homework assistance, and a safe place for our students to get some extra assistance with their school assignments in an innovative, hands-on approach.
East Side Intermediate student wins bike
Brownsville States Graphic/Jennifer Willis Ty Sanchez of Ms. Emerson's class won the Character Award for Respect, and was presented a bike donated by Brownsville Rotary Club and Brownsville Police Department.
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Thursday, November 7, 2013
Tomcats back in the playoffs By JEFF IRELAND jireland@statesgraphic. com Two of the standout players for Haywood this year, quarterback Wil Austin and defensive end Emmit Gooden, were in the fifth grade. Tomcat running back Bryce Young was in the sixth grade. The year was 2008 and that was the last time Haywood made the state playoffs. That year’s team, which was coached by Bart Stowe, who is now at Dyersburg, went 9-3 and lost to Mitchell in the second round. Haywood went a combined 12-28 over the next four seasons. Tomorrow night in Memphis against Trezevant in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs, that less than memorable streak ends. “We’re ready to go,” said first-year head coach Ernie Jackson. “We’ve had some great practices. It’s a new season. Everything is fresh.” Haywoods’ first foray into the playoffs in five years will present a difficult task. Trezevant has lost just one game this year and brings a lot of weapons to the table.
Junior running Jamal Jones has over 1,000 yards rushing this season and Jordan Spencer, also a junior, has thrown for over 600. “I’ve been watching film on them,” Jackson said. “They’re very fast. The defense takes care of its responsibilities. They’re just a good team.” Haywood will counter with its own onetwo offensive punch that features Austin, a sophomore, and Young, a junior. Austin has thrown for over 1,100 yards and Young has run for more than 1,100. The receiving corps is led by Denarius Toliver and Equavious Barbee, who had two touchdown catches last week. Haywood’s defense has been strong of late behind the the play of several key players, including Gooden and Keyshawn Brummett. Whatever happens tomorrow night in Memphis, the 2013 Tomcats will be remembered as a program that got things headed in the right direction. “These seniors have laid the foundation for success,” Jackson said. “I feel blessed to be the coach here .. We’re excited to be here. We want to make the most of our opportunity.”
What: Haywood (6-4) vs. Trezevant (9-1) in first round of Class 4A state playoffs When: Friday at 7 p.m. Where: Memphis Fairgrounds Players to watch: Haywood – RB Bryce Young, QB Wil Austin, DE Emmit Gooden, WR Equavious Barbee; Trezevant – QB Jordan Spencer, RB Jamal Jones, WR Gabriel Scott, LB Nicholas Clay Story lines: This is Haywood’s first trip to the playoffs in five years … Trezevant lost in the Class 4A quarterfinals last year to Covington and advanced to the title game three years ago … Both teams own impressive regular season wins. Haywood handed Dyersburg, the state’s fourthranked Class 4A team, its only loss. Trezevant defeated Southwind, a Class 6A team with seven wins … Trezevant is ranked ninth in the latest Class 4A state poll.
Brownsville States-Graphic/Jeff Ireland Haywood quarterback Wil Austin looks for an open man during the regular season finale Friday night at home against Jackson North Side. Austin threw for 120 yards and ran for 96 more, but the Tomcats lost, 17-14.
Tomcat senior Equavious Barbee breaks a 54yard touchdown during action against Jackson North Side on Friday in Brownsville. Barbee scored both of Haywood’s touchdowns.
Late drive propels North Side past Haywood By JEFF IRELAND jireland@statesgraphic. com Haywood had Jackson North Side, a team that advanced to the state semifinals a year ago, on the ropes Friday night at home in the regular season finale. The Tomcats defense gave up two scores early in the game, but had been dominant the rest of the way. With 1:25 left in the game, North Side had the ball on its own 15 and trailed 14-10. But a pair of unsportsmanlike penalties, plus a personal foul, helped the Indians drive the length of the field and punch in the winning touchdown with 19 ticks left on the clock. Bryce Young returned the ensuing kick off to the JNS 48, but time ran out on the Tomcats and they took a disheartening 17-14 loss.
“We all make mistakes,” said Haywood head coach Ernie Jackson. “I made some mistakes and the guys have got to be more focused.” Despite the loss, Haywood (6-4 overall, 2-3 District 15-AA) earned a playoff spot for the first time in five years. The Tomcats are seeded eighth in the Class 4A fourth quadrant and will take on top-seeded Trezevant on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Memphis Fairgrounds. Haywood led 14-10 at the half. Willie Wilson recovered a JNS (8-2, 3-2) fumble midway through the third quarter to stop one Indian drive. With 2:37 left in the third, the Haywood defense stopped JNS on a fourth and one from the Haywood three-yard line to keep the lead. North Side’s next three drives ended on downs. Keyshawn Brummett came up with a sack on
Brownsville States-Graphic/Jeff Ireland Shavius Hines, center, and Emmit Gooden put some pressure on North Side quarterback Martavious Love during action Friday night in Brownsville. the fourth drive to give Haywood the ball at midfield with 2:27 left. A punt by Wil Austin pinned JNS deep and preceded the Indians’ improbable final drive. Martavious Love scored from the one-yard line for the game winner.
Trailing 10-0, Haywood got on the board with 7:34 left in first half when Austin hit Equavious Barbee in the end zone for a 27-yard TD on fourth and seven. After a JNS punt, Austin broke a 33-yard run. Two plays later he
hit Barbee again, this one for a 54-yard touchdown and a 14-10 lead with 1:29 left in the first half. Austin completed 5 of 16 passes for 120 yards and two scores. He also ran 13 times for 96 yards. Barbee had two catches for 81 yards.
Even though the game did not end well for the Tomcats, Jackson said he was pleased by his team’s performance against a strong North Side team. “I was very encouraged,” he said. “We’ve just got to rectify a few things.”
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Expectations will be high for Haywood Basketball preview: Tomcats return all five starters from 24-win team Team: Haywood Tomcats Head coach: Kendall Dancy (3rd season) Last year: 24-9, advanced to Region 7-AA semifinals Returning starters: 5 By JEFF IRELAND jireland@statesgraphic. com Haywood was one of the hottest basketball teams in West Tennessee during the final weeks of the 2012-13 season. The Tomcats won 11 straight games, claimed the District 15-AA tournament title and made it all the way to the Region 7-AA semifinals. Jackson South Side, the state’s third-ranked team, ended the Tomcats’ season there, just one win away from a sectional berth. The team’s top three scorers from last year – senior Sadarius Delk (13 points per game) and juniors Kyler Douglas (13) and Jordan Varnado (11) – are back, as are several other key contributors. Three seniors graduated last year, including Montravious Maclin, who was a key
player off the bench and a post presence. Kendall Dancy is entering his third year as head coach. Two seasons ago his lineup was full of freshmen and sophomores. Now it’s full of juniors and seniors. Dancy is fully aware that expectations will be high for this team this year. “These guys should be stronger and tougher with another year of experience under their belt,” Dancy said. “And I’ve got another year of experience too … But you’ve got to take it one game at a time. You can’t look ahead. It’s a long season. You just want to get consistently better as the season goes along.” Delk, Douglas and Varnado each have a unique skill set. Delk operates primarily in the paint. Douglas is a left-handed slasher and Varnado is a good 3-point shooter who can also do some damage in the paint. Senior Jeff Starks can be deadly from long range and, like most of his teammates, can also get to the basket. During a recent
practice, Delk, who is about 5-7, dunked with two hands. At the request of his coach, Douglas drove the lane and dunked with his right hand, then did the same with his left. “All these guys have been working hard,” Dancy said. “They’ve been getting stronger.” Patrick Cephus, a senior, and junior Jalen Benton figure to see a lot of minutes at point guard again this year. Junior Alandis Delk can score in bunches. Detarion Boyd, another junior, came on strong late in the season last year and is expected to contribute more this year. Senior Xavier Delk is a versatile player who does a little bit of everything. Dancy has coached most of the players on his roster since junior high school. “At this point, we all know what to expect from each other,” Dancy said. “Losing in the region semifinals last year left a bad taste in everybody’s mouth … The main goal is to hit your peak late in the season.”
Brownsville States-Graphic/Jeff Ireland Above, a host of Haywood players get after a loose ball during practice last week. Below, senior Jeff Starks heads up court after a steal. The Tomcats finished last season one win short of a sectional berth.
Tomcat Madness is Friday Tomcat Madness, an annual event held to kick off the Haywood High School basketball season, will be held Friday at 6 p.m. at the Doc Crowder Memorial Gym.
“We’re inviting everybody out this year’s programs,” said Haywood boys coach Kendall Dancy. “It’s a great chance to meet your favorite Tomcat.”
The junior varsity and varsity teams for Haywood’s boys and girls, as well as the freshmen, cheerleaders and mascot, will be on hand for the event.
Brownsville States-Graphic/Jeff Ireland Haywood head coach Kendall Dancy talks with, from left, Xavier Delk, Jeff Starks and Kyler Douglas during practice last week.
Haywood High basketball schedules Haywood Varsity Basketball Schedule Nov. 8 Tomcat Madness Nov. 12 at Middleton Nov. 14 Sacred Heart Nov. 22 Dyersburg Nov. 26 at Munford Nov. 29 Southwind at Ripley** Nov. 30 Marion at Ripley*** Dec. 6 Bolivar Dec. 7 at Fayette-Ware Dec. 10 at Dyersburg Dec. 14 Humboldt Dec. 26-28 Boys Christmas Classic at Heber Springs Dec. 27-30 Girls
Christmas Classic at Gibson Co. Jan. 4 Fayette-Ware Jan. 7 at Covington Jan. 10 at Liberty Jan. 11 Munford Jan. 14 at JCM Jan. 17 at North Side Jan. 18 at Bolivar Jan. 21 Ripley Jan. 24 Covington Jan. 25 at Humboldt Jan. 28 Liberty Jan. 31 JCM Feb. 4 North Side Feb. 7 at Ripley * Girls games start at 6 p.m., followed by boys ** Boys only at 4:30 p.m.
*** Boys only at 6 p.m. Freshman Basketball Schedule Nov. 18 at Covington Nov. 21 Fayette-Ware Dec. 2 at Dyer County Dec. 5 Brighton Dec. 9 Munford Jan. 6 at Ripley Jan. 9 Covington Jan. 13 at Fayette-Ware Jan. 16 Dyer County Jan. 20 at Brighton Jan. 23 at Munford Jan. 30 Ripley * Girls games start at 6 p.m., followed by boys
Haywood County Tennis Ladder Men’s singles 1. Stark Davis 2. Richard Brown 3. Kyle Sills 4. Andrew Russell 5. Quinton Douglas 6. Lee English
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By Denise Phillips I’m sure that many Haywood County folks remembered the Conway family on Halloween. Rachel Stewart sang, “Run with the Angels” Sunday morning at Zion in memory of her dad and to comfort all who have lost loved ones recently. She did a great job just as she does as pianist every Sunday! “One Thing” was the title of Brother Bobby’s sermon Sunday morning at Zion. You must encounter Jesus (blind man- John 9:2425), worship Jesus (Mary and Martha-Luke 10:4142), and serve Jesus (Paul-Philippians 3:13-14 and David-Psalm 27:4)! He used several other Scriptures, but he closed with John 3:16. Praise God, we can all have an encounter with Jesus! Although attendance was down Sunday night at Zion, the message was clear! God is a fear removing God! Using several Scripture passages, the focus was Exodus 14:13-14. Several words of testimony were shared during the worship. Congratulations to Mary Hopper on her new job as Brother Bobby’s administrative assistant. She will work parttime out of the newly
renovated church office at Zion. Kim SchwarzSmith has resigned, so a huge thanks to her for a job well-done. Our son Justin and his family came over Monday for a belated birthday supper for Jimmy and Britany. October is full of birthdays in our family and we have a hard time getting them all in, but when we do we have fun! Jimmy and I traveled to Dancyville Thursday to wish our granddaughter Lillie a happy birthday and share in a tea with her new tea set. She’s another one that will celebrate at a later date. Ten men attended the prayer breakfast Thursday morning with Harmony’s Pastor Grover Westover leading the devotion. This group meets each Thursday at 6:00 at ZBC and all men are invited to join these prayer warriors! Thanks to Brother Butch for the weekly report. Janet and Sarabeth Tinsley, Norma Austin, Jessica, Allison, and Sydney Witherspoon, Paige, Kelsey, and Finley Meeks traveled to Jackson to visit with Nell Austin (mother / grandmother / great-grandmother) at Maple Wood for Halloween. They helped pass out candy to kids
who came by for visits. We were delighted to have my brother Tommy and Judy Elrod spend the night with us Friday. Tommy spent three nights in the hospital with heart complications, but he was much better. We traveled to Kappi’s in Humboldt to eat and then visited with Justin and his family. Alice Elrod (mama) had another great grandchild added to our family. Luke Oneal Elrod came Friday night weighing in at seven pounds. Proud parents are Randall and Whitney, and Charles and Barbara are very proud grandparents. Congratulations to all of you! Don’t forget! Zion’s Boxes for Operation Christmas Child are due November 17th and Harvest Day at Zion will be celebrated November 24th with one worship service at 11 am. Continue praying for sick folks and their families, military personnel and families, shut-ins, those mourning loss, and the leaders of our country. Call me at 772-4257 or email me at phillipsd6@ k12tn.net if you have news. People want to know!
By Sylessie Ross Our weekend was packed with busy church activities. Our male chorus celebrated their anniversary with a two day celebration. Both days were exceptional. On last Sunday we celebrated our Men’s day with Deacon James Morgan & Deacon Larry Chatman as our morning speakers. They both did a outstanding job. Nancy Drake Bond and Emma Lue “Goldie” Graves attended a banquet on Saturday in Humbolt with their cousin Lonnie Mae. My prayers are with Willie “Toby” Thompson who had to have one of his legs amputated over the weekend. Elder Marvin Lee is also at Jakson General, he had another heart attack. My condolences to the families of Peggy Currie, Lofel Bond, Gene Coble,
Annie Mae Lee, Albert Fisher, & Marcus Adams. Sick and Shut-In: Marvin Lee, Sam Flagg, Willie “Toby” Thompson, Ethel Earl Chandler Weddle, Lillian Thaxton, Mary Thompson, Estelle Gaines Franks, Ella Mae & Willie Lee Clark, A.C. Pirtle, Mary Robinson, John Duckworth Sr., Ewell Calloway, Mable Phillips, L.C. & Elma Pirtle, Rosie Lee Hines, James Henning; Nashville,TN. Rosie Mae Bond; “St. Louis,Mo; William Gaines, Leesburg,Fl. Thought For The Week: “Too valuable to waste” Consider what a truly great day you have today. Think of all the magnificent possibilities that are yours right now. You can fill the next hour with sixty minutes of focused, purposeful, effective effort. You
can bring new and meaningful value to your work, your home, your family, your community and your dreams. On this day you can learn, experience, work, feel, love and play. You can make creative use of whatever you have to move in the direction of whatever you desire. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination. So let yourself imagine something wonderful, and then enjoy the wonderful experience of making it happen. Though it might seem easier and more comfortable to just do nothing, that’s really not the case. If you waste the great possibilities of this day, you will very soon come to regret it. So avoid that regret and jump into action. Today is much too valuable to waste.
Holly Grove News By Martha H. Jones “The Miraculous Salvation of God” was the subject of the message. God’s son, Jesus, was sent to provide salvation for you and me and all the world. He cleanses us from sin and saves when we trust Him as Savior and Lord. Our priority as Christians is to get the gospel out. As the Titanic was beginning to sink, a preacher on board began running throughout the ship asking persons if they had been saved and telling them how. The time came when everyone had to jump ship or go down with it. The preacher, having a life jacket, saw a man clinging to a board. He asked if the man was
saved. He said, “no.” After giving him his jacket, he told him how to be saved. The preacher lost his life, but the man who lived told of his being the last converter of the preacher. Vickie Simpson Bonawitiz thrilled us as she sang special music accompanied by her son, Brent, on the guitar. Anna Haynes, Ryan Sensabough, and Larry Johnson made professions of faith Sunday night, and were welcomed into the fellowship of the church. Congratulations to Whitney O’Neal Elrod and her husband, Randall, on the birth of their son, Luke O’Neal
Elrod. The proud grandparents are Ernest and Joy O’Neal. Happy birthday to Lisa Paris, Amanda Tindle, Phil Emison, Sara Long, Jason Burk, Lynn Kerr, Preston Perry, and Rebecca Lewis. Brother Fred Campbell, his son Aaron Campbell, and his daughter, Christy Fain, and Pam Stephens returned last week from a mission trip to Japan. They felt the trembling of an earthquake while there, and saw the great destruction caused by the tsunami and earthquake that hit there. Twenty four youth from Holly Grove Church, accompanied by Brother Ralph Brown, Joey and
Christy Garrison, and Katie Hopper drove to Warren Community Church in Somerville Wednesday night and toured the “Judgment House-Home Invasion.” It presents salvation and lostness in a powerful drama. Missions night was held last Wednesday night. The WMU filled 30 boxes for Operation Christmas Child, which is a part of the Samaritan Purse led by Franklin Graham. Others are filling boxes. These are collected over the US for children of other countries. They
Thursday, November 7, 2013 place a pamphlet in the top of each box that tells the children, in their language, about Jesus and how to be saved. The mid-south goal is 600,000 boxes. The Brotherhood viewed a DVD of a missionary captured in Iran and what he went throught before being released. Dewey Jones led the program. Let’s not neglect to remember the sick in our prayers. We rejoice with Roy Lewis and Roxanne Cox in the good reports they received. Mary Ann Ballard is doing well following surgery.
Remember these along with Betty Barden, Debbie Jones, Lynn Coburn, Fletcher Lewis, and Ronny Vanstory. Others are Kathy Clenney, Judy Hart, Bobby Perry, Tommy Lomax, Mark Stephens, Melanie Jones, Jimmy Grammar, Sandra Posey, and Charlie Rowland. “Loyalty Day” will be observed next Sunday with Dr. John Adams as the guest speaker. Following the morning service, everyone will gather in the family life center for a buffett meal. We welcome visitors for the service and meal.
Around Town By Marty Williams Need a fur baby fix? Give a stray at home! 772-2908! A huge round of applause goes to Bob Ford for receiving two Outstanding Service awards from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, in Atlanta. Bob is the husband of Martha Lyle and son-in-law of Libba and Judge Lyle Reid! You make us proud, Bob! Joe and Susan Sills’ latest travels took them on a leaf-peeping tour through parts of four states in four days. First, Reelfoot Lake, which also revealed some wildlife surprises with White pelicans, Bald Eagles, and the first flight of ducks and Snow geese. Next came CaveIn-Rock State Park, in Southeast Illinois. That is where the famous Ohio River pirate scene with Jimmy Stewart, in the 1962 movie ‘How the West Was Won’ was filmed. They also visited the ‘Garden of the Gods’ in the Shawnee National Forest. Giant City State Park, near Carbondale, Illinois was next with the golden hues of sugar maples, hickories and beech trees producing a wonderland of leafy magic, among the giant sandstone boulders. Then historic Kaskaskia Island and St. Genevieve, Missouri, the oldest Northern European town west of the Mississippi settled by the French in the late
Reneé Moss This week our Chamber Spotlight is on Helen’s BarB-Q, located at 1016 North Washington Avenue. Helen Turner is the daughter of a farmer father and a homemaker mother who raised ten children. She was born and raised in Brownsville. After she and her husband, Reginald, began a family, she initially stayed home with their children. But once they were in school, she was ready to go back to work. Helen began working in the barbecue business in the early 1980s and returned to the pits in 1996 after several years of factory work. That year, she took over ownership of a barbecue restaurant owned by Dewitt Foster and changed the name to Helen’s Bar-B-Q. From her previous job in the restaurant’s kitchen, preparing barbecue sauce and side dishes,
1600’s. The route home took them through the mark Twain National Forest near Farmington, Missouri. Marcy Mayer Adamson and husband Jeff are so proud of their baby boy, named Gentry! Sweet Gentry Thomas Adamson was 9 lbs 14 oz. 19 ½ inches, on October 29. He is absolutely gorgeous! Welcome to the world, baby Gentry! Your grandmother Jan, would be bursting with pride! Marcie is the daughter of Jim Mayer and the late Jan Mayer. Amy Spotts is doing much better this week! Butch Jackson and Pauletta Harrison Kilzer could still use lots of prayers and support from everyone. Keep Lanette Pratt in your prayers. She is in Baptist East hospital. Ricky Scott is taking a break from the highway life. He is taking in a little R & R to spend time with his sweet, sweet, wife, Betty Ann and his children. I know she is tickled about that! They were spotted at Jimmy’s Main Street Grill recently! Becky Campbell Cannon and new husband, Lee, finally tied the knot! Congratulations to the both of you! A sad note: Joyce Hale has passed away. Let’s support Dr. Bob Hale and his daughters, Beth and Cherie with our sympathy. It is Well With Her Soul.
The Golden Teddy and I just got back from a down and dirty quick trip to Pigeon Forge! We had to go see the foliage before it disappeared! We took Jami Beth with us and we met Jody and her husband Chris, at our cabin at Lantern Hill, called Betty Jean’s Joy. It was perfection! Chris drove us through the state park, and we oooohed and ahhhhhed over the mountains and the blazing colors! We had a little fur baby surprise at the cabin when an adorable gray and white cat visited and spent the night with us! They had a journal that everyone who stayed in this cabin wrote in and some other guests had experienced this little cat. They named him Smoky! How appropriate! Ms. Emma Delk has been collecting winter coats at the Stanton Library this fall. She has already received 22 and could use some more because most of those have already been distributed. If you have good winter coats to donate, please take them to the Stanton Welcome Center/Lending Library. They will ensure the coats are distributed to needy people in the community. Let me hear from you! Aroundtownmarty@aol. com or 780-4111
Chamber of Commerce Director Helen learned her way around the pit. Since then, Helen has been cooking barbecue six days a week and serving it to scores of loyal customers from Brownsville and beyond. Though her husband often helps her start the fire in the morning, Helen Turner is the undisputed pitmistress of Helen’s Bar-B-Q. Each day she cooks pork shoulders, ribs, bologna, and sausages over oak and hickory coals. She pulls and chops sandwiches to order and douses them with the customer’s choice of a hot or mild tomato-based sauce. The sandwiches are topped with homemade slaw and served alongside potato salad or beans, which Helen also prepares from scratch. In 2012, Helen Turner was featured in Southern Living’s Smokin’ Hot List, recognizing ten of the South’s best pitmasters.
In March 2013, Helen boarded a plane for the first time in her life to attend the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, SC, where she was crowned the first-ever Queen of Barbecue by the Southern Foodways Alliance. Previous winners have all been kings. Barbecue is a tough business for anyone, male or female. There is wood to chop, fires to stoke, and coals to shovel. Meat must be prepared for cooking, flipped and taken off the pit at the right time, and kept warm without being allowed to dry out. When the smoke— and there’s plenty of it, billowing out of her screened-in pit room— gets in her eyes, Helen doesn’t let it stop her. She keeps cooking because it’s satisfying work, and because she loves interacting with her customers. Working together creates success!
Correspondents The Brownsville States-Graphic
bring it together. We want to wish Emily Herron & Patrick Littlejohn a lifetime of happiness – they were married at Tabernacle last week-end. Sonny and I attended their reception at the country club. A flat tire sidelined us from getting to the wedding, but we did make the reception. The food was the best I’ve ever had at any wedding reception - Allen’s own Iris Byrd and her staff outdid themselves! And the band was so good – I don’t know if they had a name, but Sonny called them “Poochie and the Mad Dogs”. They were so good that Sonny even danced - I’ve been married to this man for almost 20 years and I’ve never seen him move like that! Sometimes I run into some of ya’ll and you have such sweet things to say about my column. So here’s a “shout out” and a “thanks” to 3 of my faithful readers: Ginger Hathcock, Betty Escue and Gene McFarland. Happy Birthday to Tina Edwards, Cullen
Kirk, Shirley Kendrick, Brent Byrd, Roger Byrd, and Caleb Kendrick. And Happy Anniversary to Johnny and Connie Hendrix. Our prayers for the sick and hurting should always be the same – just the names change from time to time. We need to always lift them up to the Great Physician and know that He is in control. Also lift up the families who have lost loved ones and for our military and their families. My quote of the week comes from my new friend, Bill Davis, from Ripley – we were discussing how hurtful things that people say can be to others – especially to children and young people. It’s a different “take” on an old saying that we’ve all heard many times: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will break my heart”. So thanks to Bill for sharing and reminding us of the importance of kindness to one another. Love and blessings to you all.
Hillville - Eurekaton News By Vicki Williams Mr. Jerry Lewis was recognized on Sunday for his many years of faithful and dedicated service at Mt. Pleasant UMC. He was presented a plague during the service by his son, Gerald Lewis. Following worship service a surprise luncheon was given in his honor. Special guests were his brother Paul Lewis and his wife, Mary, his sister Hope Cannon and husband, Bobby, his son Tim and wife, Lisa Lewis and granddaughters Sarah and Hannah Lewis. Following the luncheon Mike Johnson and his band which includes Gerald Lewis performed gospel music. A very special guest was Mr. Donny Culver of Bartlett who performed on the bagpipes. Amazing Grace was awesome on the bagpipes. Approximately fifteen ladies attended the Women’s Gathering Study hosted by Mrs. Shirley Morgan on Saturday, November 2 at Harmony Baptist Church. I heard Mrs. Shirley gave an amazing testimony. Travis and I , along
with Mama(Olivia Watson), Krystle, James Chilcutt and Ashlee Chilcutt had a great time in the home of my Aunt Barbara Milam’s on Saturday evening. My cousin Jim Watson and his wife, Joyce was here visiting from Little Rock, Arkansas. There were several others from the Watson clan there also and if I tried to mention them all I would surely leave someone out. A great time was had by all. The Joint Community Thanksgiving Service for Mt. Pleasant UMC, Harmony Baptist Church and Good Hope MB Church will be held on Wednesday, November 27th The service will be hosted by Harmony Baptist Church this year. This service is open for anyone who would like to attend and we use this time to recognize the Cancer Survivors within our community. Please come and join us for this special occasion. Please lift in prayer this week Dorothy Bruce, Christine Evans, Lavada Martin, Earline Benard, Mary Austin, Kim Haywood, Carol Bruce, Christine Glover,
We welcome Mrs. Virginia Ferguson, Mrs. Kelley McDonald, Mrs. Dorothy Bruce, and Mrs. Flora Jones to our facility and hope they enjoy their stay with us! Congratulations to Mrs. Lottye Floyd, who was named our November Resident of the Month! A big THANK YOU to the following volunteers for coming this week: Christ Temple Ladies, Reverend Charles Bates, First Assembly of God Church Ladies, Thornton
Road Church of Christ, Willow Grove Baptist Church, and Community Temple of the Living Church. We had a fun time at the Halloween Party on October 31. Several of us dressed in our “funny” costumes. The residents enjoyed seeing us look different! Everyone received a prize for dressing in his or her favorite costume. Thank you to Mrs. Jottye Newman and Mrs. Lottye Floyd for passing out candy to all of the
Thursday, November 7, 2013
By Sandi Bishop Although I love being out singing with our trio, I miss Bro. Phil’s messages first-hand, so sometimes I have to let him fill me in. His message was from Phillipians 2:1-4 instructions to the church on how to have the mind of Christ. If we have the mind of Christ, we’ll be in harmony with Him and with one another – and as we’re in harmony with Him, humility will become a primary trait. And if we’re in harmony with Christ and experiencing humility, helpfulness to others will follow. Greg Campbell led the music in Harriet’s absence and sang the special music. Thanks to Greg for helping out. “Trunk-r-Treat” was great at Allen Thursday night in spite of the threat of bad weather. This ministry through our church and many others in the area is such a “safe haven” for children to come and parents not to have to worry about them being out in neighborhoods where anything can happen to them. Thanks to Shey and all who worked to
Bill Glover, Tom and Shirley Morgan, Richard Kirkland, Enid Powell, and The Nation. Please keep the family of Mr. James Robert Jarrett, Mr. Marcus Adams, Mrs. Annie Lee, Mr. Albert Fisher, Mrs. Elaine Hinsley, Mr. Morrison Hulme, Mr. Bobby Joe Ward and Mr. Christopher Mayfield in your thoughts and prayers. Our closing Thought for the Week as published by Roland P. Rink of South Africa. “Today I will remember that I am God’s beloved. When times get tough and the world seems to weigh us down, we can remind each other that we are God’s beloved children. These days when worry and doubt begin to assail you, here is a new way to deal with them. Repeat over and over again “You are my beloved. With you I am well pleased”. In a world of distraction and noise, you will find this helpful to remember that God loves you. If you have news to share, please call me at 772-1885, after 5:00 p.m. Until next week.... God bless.
By Mary W. Lewis Margaret Aiken’s nephew (from her late husband) and his wife from Center Point, Alabama, which is located several miles north of Birmingham, were her guests for a few days last week as they were traveling by motorcycle. Riding behind him, of course, his wife read a book on the way and received strange looks from traffic. They left for home Thursday morning with an eye on the sky, as they were hoping no rain would fall until they made it home. Happy birthday to many of our Westside members and friends! Those with November birthdays are Joan Brummett and Alina Woods (11/1), Jimmy Naylor (11/3), Yevonne Mathias (11/6), Doug Taylor (11/9), Ann Jackson (11/11), Jane Powell (11/14), Jackson Robinson (11/16), Brooke Haywood (11/21), Lavenia Emison (11/22), Frances Belew (11/27), and Larry Sutherland (11/28). A special happy birthday to my friend, Pam Walters of Maury City Church of Christ, who will celebrate November
22. Paul’s aunt, Dorothy Bruce, is a patient at Crestview for therapy as a result of a fall which led to a broken vertebrae and toe. The doctor fused the vertebrae using a balloon-type installation plus a tiny amount of cement between the vertebrae, easing the pain. We are happy she can get some relief. She is a very sweet and interesting lady with a lot of spunk. She is 95 years young! Her room is 112. Sunday afternoons are our scheduled dates for visiting with our two healthcare facilities, Crestview and Sugarcreek. The following members of Westside Church were present: Albert and Ann Jackson, Larry and Martha Sweeney, Jack and Nell Fox, Zachary Fox, Paul and Mary Lewis, and Ron Teems. Crestview resident members of Westside are: Minnie King, Mary Lucille Moses, and Mae Mathias. Jefferson Street members present were: Bertha Read. Several resident Crestview members joined us, and we are
always glad to have them. Jerry Lewis, brother of Paul Lewis and Hope Lewis Cannon, received a plaque Sunday at Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church in Hillville, where Jerry Wilson preaches, in appreciation of 55 years as their song leader. Jerry Lewis’ son, Gerald, will become their new song leader. The church proclaimed Sunday as appreciation day in honor of Jerry Lewis. He is married to Peggy Stuart Lewis, and they have five children and numerous grandchildren. Peggy’s mother, Mrs. Paul Stewart, was the correspondent for the States Graphic for many years. Mrs. Dude Lewis, other of Jerry, also wrote for the paper for many years. Vickie Williams currently writes the news for that area, and is doing a great job. A few other November birthdays are: Justin Connally (11/10), grandson of Bill and Bobby Connally, Seth Glidewell (11/12), Joe Delaney (11/24), and Krystle Williams (11/27).
Senior Living Community News
Congratulations to Nathan Outlaw on being voted our Superstar of the month for November. Residents voted and Nathan won. Anyone that knows him knows that he is just such a sweet and kind gentleman. All the residents and staff sure do love him. I took a few of the ladies out for a ride last week to enjoy the beautiful sunshine and all the beauties of fall. Grace Mulligan, Marie Carlton, Dora Robison, Nell Forsythe and Laura Richards took a tour of Poplar Corner Road, Dr. Hess Road and Upper Zion Road. We went by some of their birth places and they told us all about the land and what they did growing up. It was really interesting to learn about who lived where and how they got to school and
church. I am truly blessed to be around all these wonderful people and love to stop and listen to what they have to say. We can learn a lot if we just stop and turn our listening ears on. Our calendar pictures are almost done. I’ve tried not to go and peep at them, so I can be surprised as everyone else when it is completed and rolled out for all of the residents and families to see. Just seeing the residents getting all dressed up is so exciting. Make sure you get on the list to receive one of our calendars for 2014, if not you sure will miss a great piece of history. Thank You to the States Graphic for the Senior Savy page. Didn’t our residents look great? Arline Boisvert, Nathan Outlaw, Grace Mulligan,
Dora Robison, Laura Richards and Jack Fletcher all had their great pictures in the paper last week. I see on Facebook everyone is doing the 31 days of Thankfulness and it is really good to see people stopping to think about the things and people we are thankful for. What are you thankful for? November is the month of Thanksgiving and a great time of the year to realize just what God has blessed each of us with. I hope each of you will take the time to stop and enjoy the blessings God as given you over the last year. Some days it doesn’t feel like we have anything to be thankful for, but believe that God has put you there for a reason. Psalm 107:1 “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.”
Libra rary ry Corner children on Halloween. All of the residents enjoyed seeing all the little children dressed up. We extend sympathy to the family of Mrs. Mammie Smith. She is truly missed! We also express sympathy to the family of Mrs. Ginger Warren, who worked here for several years. Thought for the week: Extraordinary acts of love can change the heart of hearts. (Cee T. Palmore)
By Katherine Horn rn Friends Night at the Library is scheduled for Tuesday, November 19, 2013, at 7:00pm in the Library Meeting Room. We will be serving light refreshments. We are very excited about our guest speaker for the evening. We are pleased to announce that Dr. Robert Rooks, local Brownsville resident and author, is our speaker. Dr.
Rooks has written a book titled “100 years of Haywood Tomcat Football.” We are so very excited about this book and what it means for the history of Haywood County, especially for all of the football enthusiasts! Please come to the library on Tuesday, November 19th at 7pm as we welcome Dr. Rooks to the library and hear all about
the 100 year history of Haywood Tomcat football. This promises to be a spectacular night to remember. Bring your friends, bring your neighbors, bring anyone interested in football to hear this wonderful presentation. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. As they say – “Are you ready for some football???”
The Brownsville States-Graphic
Public Notice 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 May 31, 2001, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded June 4, 2001, at Book 230, Page 811 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Haywood County, Tennessee, executed by Charles Bates and Ella Bates, conveying certain property therein described to J Moore as Trustee for CitiFinancial, Inc.; and the undersigned, 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 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 November 13, 2013 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 certified funds paid at the conclusion of the sale, or credit bid from a bank or other lending entity pre-approved by the successor trustee. The sale is free from all 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 lot or parcel of real estate situated, lying and being in the 9th Civil District of Haywood County, Tennesee and more particularly described as follows: Begins at a stake in center of New Bonds Ferry Rd, said beginning point being the Northeast corner of 50 acre tract or parcel of land conveyed to Oran Sanders and wife by Dudley Sanders and wife by deed of record in Deed Book 103 Page 39 Register’s Office Haywood County Tennessee and said beginning point also being the Northwest corner of 1 acre tract by land conveyed to Dixie Davis and wife by Dudley Sanders and wife by deed dated January 1970 of record in Deed Book __ Page __ of said Register’s Office thence with the Eastlilne of the Oran Sanders 50 acre tract and the West line of said Dixie Davis tract South 300 ft to a stake thence North 85 degrees 30 min West and parallel with said road 150 ft to a stake in the said road thence with said road South 85 degrees 30 minutes East 150 degrees to the point of beginning and containing 1 acre more or less. ALSO KNOWN AS: 2003 Bond Ferry Road, Brownsville, Tennessee 38012 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: Charles Bates; Ella Bates; Citifinancial, Inc.; Thomas O. Timbes; Haywood County Solid Waste 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. 787-192838 P U B L I C AT I O N DATES: October 17, 2013; October 24, 2013; October 31, 2013 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR. COM AND WWW. REALTYTRAC.COM NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated June 1, 2006, executed by JAMES BROOKS, MARY BROOKS A/K/A MARY E. BROOKS, conveying certain real property therein described to CARTER STANFILL AND KIRK-26715-1 / FRANKIE K STANFILL, as Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Haywood County, Tennessee recorded June 8, 2006, in Deed Book 23, Page 781795, (also see Consent Order of Judgment of Record Book 109, Page 391); and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned to DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE ON BEHALF OF THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS OF THE MORGAN STANLEY ABS CAPITAL I INC. TRUST 2006HE5, MORTGAGE PA S S - T H R O U G H CERTIFICATES,SERIES 2006-HE5 who is now the owner of said debt; and WHEREAS, Notice of the Right to Foreclose, if required pursuant to T.C.A. § 35-5-117, was given in accordance with Tennessee law; and WHEREAS, the undersigned,Rubin Lublin TN, PLLC, having been appointed as Substitute Trustee by instrument to be filed for record in the Register’s Office of Haywood County, Tennessee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable, and that the undersigned, Rubin Lublin TN, PLLC, as Substitute Trustee or his duly appointed agent, by virtue of the power, duty and authority vested and imposed upon said Substitute Trustee will, on November 21, 2013 at 11:00 AM at the Main Entrance of the Haywood County Courthouse , located in Brownsville, Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash or certified funds ONLY, the following described property situated in Haywood County, Tennessee, to wit: Commencing at point in the center of Coburn Road, the southwest corner of Ted Nesbitt (RB29 Pg 507), and being 2550` west of Cliff Creek Road; thence N 08° 57` 50” E along the west line of Ted Nesbitt a distance of 666.11` to an old iron road; thence N 19° 23` 56” W with the west line of Teddy Nesbitt (RB55
Pg 782) a distance of 280.67` to the true Point of beginning; thence N 09° 10` 01” E along the west line of James Brooks (RB96 Pg 127) a distance of 166.31` to a new 1/2” capped iron rod; thence N 80° 49` 59” W with a new severance line of Larry Banks (RB84 Pg 705) a distance of 30.00` to a new 1/2” capped iron rod; thence N 09° 10`01” E with a new severance line of the said Larry Banks a distance of 103.87` to a new 1/2” capped iron rod; thence S 80° 49` 59” E with a new serverance line the said Larry Banks a distance of 30.00` to a new 1/2” capped iron rod; thence N 09° 10` 01” E with the west line of said James Brooks a distance of 309.82` to an old iron rod; thence S 80° 49` 59” E with the north line of James Brooks a distance of 375.52` to an old iron rod; thence S 09° 01” W with the east line of James Brooks a distance of 580.00` to an old iron rod; thence N 80° 49`59” W with the south line of James Brooks a distance of 375.52` to the Point of Beginning, containing 5.07 acres +/-, as per survey entitled “Plat of the Larry Banks & James Brooks Property” performed by McAdoo Land Surveying, 7580 Highway 64, Oakland, TN 38060, dated February 26, 2013, and found of record as Exhibit “2” to that certain Consent Order of Judgment of record in Record Book 109, Page 391, in the Register`s Office for Haywood County, Tennessee. Conveyed herewith and subject to a perpetual, non-exclusive ingress and egress easement from Coburn Road up to, across, adjacent, and connecting to the aforementioned 5.07 acre +/- tract of land, said easement being more particularly described by metes and bounds in Exhibit “3” to the aforementioned Consent Order of record in Record Book 109, Page 391, with Exhibit “3” being a survey entitled “Easement on Part of the Larry Banks Property” performed by McAdoo Land Surveying, 7580 Highway 64, Oakland, TN 38060, dated February 26, 2013. Also conveyed herewith and subject to a perpetual exclusive easement for the location and draining of the field lines for the septic tank system located on the aforementioned 5.07 +/acre tract of land, which may be located on and/ or drain to the property identified in Record Book 84, Page 705, Register`s Office for Haywood, County, Tennessee. Being a PART OF the same property conveyed to James W. Brooks and wife, Mary Brooks, herein by Warranty Deed of record in Book 248, Page 600, in the Register`s Office for Haywood County, Tennessee. Also see Quit Claim Deed from James W. Brooks to Mary E. Brooks of record in Record Book 44, Page 94, and see Consent Order of Judgment of record in Record Book 109, Page 391, in said Register`s office. Parcel ID: 093-009.03 PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street address of the property is believed to be 1772 COBURN ROAD, BROWNSVILLE, TN 38012. In the event of any discrepancy between this street address and the legal description of the property, the legal description shall control. CURRENT OWNER(S): MARY E. BROOKS OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: REGIONS BANK D/B/A REGIONS MORTGAGE , Concrete Products Co., a Tennessee
corporation JAMES BROOKS The sale of the above-described property shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or set-back lines that may be applicable; 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. This property is being sold with the express reservation that it is subject to confirmation by the lender or Substitute Trustee. This sale may be rescinded 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. All right and equity of redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The Property is sold as is, where is, without representations or warranties of any kind, including fitness for a particular use or purpose. THIS LAW FIRM IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Rubin Lublin TN, PLLC, Substitute Trustee 119 S. Main Street, Suite 500 Memphis, TN 38103 www.rubinlublin.com/ property-listings.php Tel: (877) 813-0992 Fax: (404) 601-5846 2013-10-31 2013-11-07, 2013-11-14 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 20, 2008, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded March 25, 2008, at Book 52, Page 45 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Haywood County, Tennessee, executed by Dorothy Ann Kinnon, conveying certain property therein described to Angela Boone as Trustee for CitiFinancial Services, Inc.; and the undersigned, 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 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 November 27, 2013 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 certified funds paid at the conclusion of the sale, or credit bid from a bank or other lending entity pre-approved by the successor trustee. The sale is free from all 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: All that certain parcel/ unit of land in 7th Civil District, Haywood County, State of Tennessee, as more fully described
Thursday, November 7, 2013 in Book 230, Page 304, ID Number 066L-D066L-008.00, being known and designated as Lot 62, Fairgrounds Subdivision, filed in Plat Book 2, Page 32. ALSO KNOWN AS: 1241 Hess Street, Brownsville, Tennessee 38012 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 abovereferenced property: Dorothy Ann Kinnon 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. 883-239901 INSERTION DATES: October 31, 2013; November 7, 2013; November 14, 2013 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW. REALTYTRAC.COM Notice to Creditors As Required by TCA §30-2-306 2013-PR-28 Estate of Albert P. Prewitt, Deceased Notice is hereby given that on October 28, 2013 letters of administration in respect of the estate of Albert P. Prewitt, who died June 4, 1988, were issued to the undersigned by the Haywood County Chancery Court. 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 on or before the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or (2) otherwise their claims will be forever barred: (1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice if the creditor received an actual copy of this notice to creditors at least sixty (60) days before date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication; or (B) Sixty (60) days from the date the creditor received an actual copy of the notice to creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication as described in (1)(A); or (2) Twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. David Prewitt, Administrator C. Thomas Hooper, III, Attorney Sarah Levy, Clerk & Master Haywood Chancery Court Justice Complex 100 South Dupree Brownsville, TN 38012 (731) 772-0122 Publication Dates: 10-3113 & 11-07-13
Notice to Creditors As Required by TCA §302-306 2013-PR-36 Estate of Leslie S. Warren, Deceased Notice is hereby given that on October 17, 2013 letters testamentary in respect of the estate of Leslie S. Warren, who died October 9, 2013, were issued to the undersigned by the Haywood County Chancery Court. 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 on or before the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or (2) otherwise their claims will be forever barred: (1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice if the creditor received an actual copy of this notice to creditors at least sixty (60) days before date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication; or (B) Sixty (60) days from the date the creditor received an actual copy of the notice to creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication as described in (1)(A); or (2) Twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Carl M. Warren, Executor James S. Haywood, Attorney Sarah Levy, Clerk & Master Haywood Chancery Court Justice Complex 100 South Dupree Brownsville, TN 38012 (731) 772-0122 Publication Dates: 10-24-13 & 11-07-13 Notice to Creditors As Required by TCA §302-306 2013-PR-37 Estate of Arties T. Watkins, Deceased Notice is hereby given that on October 18, 2013 letters testamentary in respect of the estate of Arties T. Watkins, who died March 4, 1987, were issued to the undersigned by the Haywood County Chancery Court. 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 on or before the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or (2) otherwise their claims will be forever barred: (1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice if the creditor received an actual copy of this notice to creditors at least sixty (60) days before date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication; or (B) Sixty (60) days from the date the creditor received an actual copy of the notice to creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication as described in (1)(A); or (2) Twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Donnell Watkins, Administrator D. Nathaniel Spencer, Attorney Sarah Levy, Clerk & Master Haywood Chancery Court Justice Complex 100 South Dupree Brownsville, TN 38012 (731) 772-0122 Publication Dates: 10-2413 & 11-07-13
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Johnson and Johnson and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. to pay more than $1.6 billion to resolve healthcare fraud allegations Brownsville Police Department 10/28/2013 Erick Kilkan: public intoxication. $1,000/app. Marcus A. Ligon: evading arrest-felony, driving under the influence, driving on a revoked/suspended license, violation implied consent law, financial responsibility-insurance, failure to exercise due care. $5,000/app, $3,500/app. Quinton M. Moore: domestic assault, violation of probationGeneral Sessions Court. HWOB. Shawn Lamont Tyus: driving on a revoked/suspended licensefourth offense. $5,000/app. 10/29/2013 Jamison Derell Oldham: aggravated assault, unlawful carrying or possession of a weapon, driving on a revoked/suspended license, open container. HWOB 10/20/2013 Xavier Darnay Rayner: driving on a revoked/suspended license, sixth offense. $2,500/app. Keshaun Darnell Robinson: adult contributing to the delinquency, resisting arrest, coercion of witness. HWOB. Travis Singleton: violation of probation-Circuit Court. $57,000/app. 10/31/2013 Marvin Maurice Deberry: domestic assault. HWOB Davarious M. Douglas: disorderly conduct. $500/app. Leslie Graves: domestic assault. HWOB. 11/01/2013 Andy Ballard: driving on a revoked/suspended license. $1,500/ app. Auncouis Rhyshun Beard: theft of property under $500. $1,500/ app. Darrel L. Carpenter: public intoxication. $1,000/app. 11/02/2013 Mark Anthony Ligon: resisting arrest. $3,500/app. Randy Wayne Pennington, Jr.: driving on revoked/suspended license, seatbelt law. $2,500/app.
Haywood County Sheriff’s Department 10/28/2013 Gereald Lee Dawson: hold for Texas. 10/30/2013 Vincent Norris Dancy: contempt of court (x2). $500 cash only (x2). Peggy Lorraine Marbry: violation of probration, General Sessions Court. $500 cash only. 10/31/2013 Marvin Maurice Deberry: violation of probation, General Sessions Court. HWOB. 11/03/2013 Courtney Johnson: failure to appear-General Sessions Court. $2,500/app.
Tennessee Highway Patrol 10/31/2013 Lashana J. Ector: driving on a revoked/suspended license, speeding, financial responsibility-insurance. $2,500/app. 11/01/2013 Carrie Anne Taylor: driving under the influence, failure to exercise due care. $3,500.
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Tennessee will receive more than $12 million as part of a multistate and federal agreement resolving allegations pharmaceutical manufacturer Johnson & Johnson (J & J) and its subsidiary, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., used deceptive marketing tactics. Specifically, the parties will pay $1.6 billion to resolve civil and criminal allegations of unlawful marketing practices to promote the sales of their atypical antipsychotic drugs, Risperdal and Invega. J&J and Janssen will pay in excess of $1.2 billion to the states and the federal government to resolve four qui tam, or whistleblower, lawsuits filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania under the provisions of the federal False Claims Act and similar state False Claims statutes. In addition, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. will plead guilty in federal court to a criminal misdemeanor charge of misbranding Risperdal in violation of the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. As part of the criminal plea, Janssen has agreed to pay an additional $400 million in criminal fines and forfeitures. “We applaud the cooperative work of the states and federal government to stop drug
companies from illegally marketing potentially dangerous drugs to the public,” Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper said. “The public needs to be able to trust those responsible for their health and wellbeing, and that includes drug manufacturers and those who prescribe medications.” J & J and Janssen allegedly promoted, marketed and introduced Risperdal and Invega into interstate commerce for uses not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and for uses that were not medically indicated. Once the FDA approves a drug as safe and effective, a manufacturer cannot market or promote a drug for an “offlabel” or other use not identified in the FDAapproved product label. The states contend that during the period Jan. 1, 1999 through Dec. 31, 2005, the companies promoted Risperdal for off-label uses and made false and misleading statements about the safety and efficacy of Risperdal. The states additionally allege J&J and Janssen paid illegal kickbacks to health care professionals and long-term care pharmacy providers to induce them to promote or prescribe Risperdal to children, adolescents and the elderly when there was no FDA approval
for Risperdal use in these patient populations. The states further contend that from Jan. 1, 2007 through Dec. 31, 2009, the companies promoted Invega for off-label uses and made false and misleading statements about the safety and efficacy of Invega. The manufacturers’ alleged unlawful conduct caused false and/ or fraudulent claims to be submitted to or caused purchases by government funded health care programs, including the state Medicaid programs. As part of the global resolution, the companies will enter into a Corporate Integrity Agreement with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, which will closely monitor the company’s future marketing practices. A team from the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units worked closely with the federal government on the investigation and conducted the settlement negotiations with the pharmaceutical manufacturers on behalf of the states. Team members included representatives from the Offices of the Attorneys General for the states of New York, Massachusetts, Ohio and California.
AUCTION 14 POSTON AVE. • MAURY CITY, TN Saturday, November 16 at 10 am Real Estate Sales begin at 12 noon
Auction Items • 30’ Cattle Trailer w/partitions, front storage area, and side tool boxes • 20’ Horse or Cattle Trailer made by Ponderosa w/partition and side gate • New Holland 352 Feed Grinder • Model FC Farmall Tractor • 2006 F250 Ford Truck w/Utility Bed, Automatic Transmission (diesel engine) • Dune Buggy w/Volkswagen engine • 2-Chinese 3-wheeled richshaw taxis • 8N Ford Tractor • New 55 Gallon Drums • Extension Ladders, Assorted Sizes • Lots of tools • Old Saw Blades • Hydraulic Jacks • Wire Tie Sets • Circuit Testers • Creepers • Jack Stands • Assorted Trailer Balls • ATV and Motorcycle Jack • American Made End Wrenches • New Welding Supplies • Radnor Welding Rods • Rubber Sanding Pads • Lots of Horse Saddles and tack of every kind • New Smith Torch Regulators • Face Shields • Welding Screens • Welding & Tig Rod Guards • Miscellaneous Welding Supplies • Heavy Duty Shelf Brackets • Several Ratched Chain Hoists • Large Shop Fan • Ellis Bandsaw • Banding Carts • Snack Machine • Electric Pipe Threader • Air Compressor • Miscellaneous Blacksmith Tools • Freon Recovery Machine • Shop Press • Forklift Forks, Various Sizes • Drill Press • and More
Real Estate • 2 Storefront Commercial Buildings (side by side) : – 40 First Street, Map 044F E 009.00 (2262 sq. ft.) – 44 First Street, Map 044F E 010.00 (2040 sq. ft.) • Large Comercial Lot w/ 3 out buildings (formerly Maury City Lumber Co.)
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Thursday, November 7, 2013
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Haywood County Readers’ Choice Awards 2013 In an effort to recognize the “Best of the Best” in Haywood County, the Brownsville States-Graphic is
publishing the official ballot below asking our readers to vote for who or what they consider to be the best.
Winners will be announced in the Thursday, December 19 edition of the Brownsville StatesGraphic.
In Haywood County
Ballots can be mailed to “Readers’ Choice Awards” P.O. Box 59, Brownsville, TN 38012. Ballots may also be brought to 42
South Washington Ave., Brownsville, TN 38012. The deadline to turn in ballots will be Monday, December 2
by 5 pm. On the ballot below, please nominate who you believe is the best person, place, or thing for each category.
• Nurse • Home Builder
• Civic Club
• Fishing Spot
• US Postal Carrier
• Sports Team
• Youth Group / Organization
• Pest Control • Employer
Places to Buy Food
• Mr. Haywood County • Mrs. Haywood County
• Morning Coffee
• Elementary School Teacher
• Pizza • Home Cooking • Ice Cream
• High School Teacher • Principal
Business & Place to Buy
• Coach • Bus Driver
• Most Devoted Sports Fan
• Community Volunteer
Car Dealership (New or Used)
• Law Enforcement Officer
• Waiter / Waitress (who / where)
• Public Official
• Real Estate Agent (who / where)
• Real Estate Firm
Gift Shop Florist Grocery Store Dry Cleaners Floor Covering Furniture
• Bank Teller
• Insurance Agent
• Car Salesman
• Best All-Around
• Food Service
Appliances Building Supplies Heating / Air Bank
Ballot Rules: 1. Only ballots cut from the Brownsville States-Graphic will be counted. No photocopies will be counted. 2. Businesses nominated have to be in the Haywood County area. Individuals nominated must live or work in Haywood County. 3. A minimum of ten different nominations must be made in order for the entry to qualify.
The Brownsville States-Graphic, Thursday, November 7, 2013 â€” Page B9
Trick-or-Treating in Brownsville
Brownsville States Graphic/Megan Davis The Brownsville States Graphic and Brownsville Radio welcomed trick-or-treaters into their lobby and passed out candy and treat bags. Brownsville Radio did a live broadcast during Trick-or-Treat with me on the square, and The States Graphic took lots of pictures of super heroes, princesses, ghosts, and goblins. Joyce Moore dressed as a cheerleader, and Drew Magruder dressed as a football player. Both businesses even had special helpers on hand to help pass out treat bags and fill them with candy.
Brownsville States Graphic/Jennifer Willis The residents at Sugar Creek enjoyed handing out candy to all of their visitors on Halloween. Bert and Ernie were on hand to take pictures with the kids and hand out candy as they left. Several of the residents had little helpers to greet trick-or-treaters and fill their buckets with goodies.
The Brownsville States-Graphic, Thursday, November 7, 2013 â€” Page B10
Trick-or-Treating in Brownsville
Brownsville States Graphic/Jennifer Willis/Megan Davis
Some photos submitted
Regardless of their costume, be it scary or sweet, everyone in Brownsville loves to trick-or-treat!