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Man survives Great Moudini trick A former Chester County resident is fortunate to be alive after a stunt gone wrong. Michael Anthony Mooney, who performs magic and other forms of entertainment under the name The Great Moudini, was dragged several hundred feet down the front stretch of Atlanta Motor Speedway on June 2. Mooney was attempting a trick in which he is blind-folded and has only a few seconds to escape from a special pair of handcuffs which are chained to a racecar which soon speeds away. Unfortunately Mooney only got one cuff removed and suffered severe injuries as the race car sped away as planned. Mooney is now mostly recovered from the mishap which he
had successfully performed twice before at the Speedway’s Thursday Thunder short track series. “The more dangerous the trick, the more tickets are sold,” said Mooney. “Some people are there hoping you will get hurt. It’s like if you do something good, nobody ever hears about it.” Mooney’s exploits can be seen online on YouTube or at MooneyEntertainent.com, and will soon be featured on television shows on True TV’s 20 Most Shocking Videos, as well as on Comedy Central. Mooney was born in Henderson, but moved to Jackson as a child. He attended school at South Side and was
Murder suspect on trial for robbery M a r c u s men stormed Thompson, one into the salon, of the three demanded all suspects in the of their money, 2009 murder of the money in Carolyn Ward, the salon’s stood trial earlicash register, er this week on jewelry and r o b b e r y phones. c h a r g e s . As of Thompson, Tuesday at along with John Independent T. Freeland Jr., press time, the who was contrial was still victed of the ongoing with murder in May, the defense was accused of arguing that MARCUS THOMPSON robbing the the women Upper Level had accused Salon in Jackson in February the wrong man, due to a lack of 2009, a few weeks prior to details. Ward’s kidnapping and murder. Thompson’s girlfriend and coHeather Hicks and two other defendant Tashundra Mosley witnesses took the stand was set to take the stand as a Monday afternoon, ascertaining witness against Thompson. that Thompson robbed them at In September, Thompson will gun point in the salon. return to the stand to face kidThe women stated that two napping and murder charges.
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reared in Pinson at Youth Town. He bills himself now as a magician/stunt man, taking his magic to the extreme with motorcycle stunts, car stunts, and once dangled from a helicopter at the Mid-South Fair in Memphis. He performed magic at parties for about 15 years before moving into the more dangerous stuff. A NASCAR racing fan, he got to know some of the track personnel in Atlanta, and after demonstrating some of his tricks, they put him in front of an audience. After growing up in foster care, Mooney now considers himself blessed and often talks at churches giving his testimony of letting the Lord lead where he should go in life.
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Michael Anthony Mooney, a Chester County native, nearly had his right arm ripped off while attempting a stunt prior to a race recently at Atlanta Motor Speedway’s Thursday Thunder.
Bonds, charges reduced for suspects Some bonds and charges were reduced, and some dropped altogether after hearings in Chester County General Sessions Court Friday. Bond for William Kenny Cohen, 50, of Glendale Road, was reduced to $75,000, and his case was waived to action of the Grand Jury. Cohen, charged with two counts of rape of a child, was ordered to have no contact with the victim or victim’s family.
Gary Hart, 48, of Frankie Lane, had his charges reduced following a preliminary hearing before Judge Larry McKenzie. Hart, originally charged with attempted first degree murder, had his charges dropped to possession of a weapon with attempt to go armed, vandalism, and animal cruelty. His bond was reduced to $10,000, and he was ordered to have no contact with his brother Jerry Hart, one of the alleged victims in the case.
Library hosts Business After Hours Chester County Library and the Leadership Chester County Class of 2011 will host the Henderson/Chester County Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours from 5-6:30 p.m. Aug. 25 at the library. The Leadership Class will introduce their class project, the Chester County Museum in the Tennessee Room at the Library. Refreshments will be served courtesy of the library staff, the library board, and the Leadership class. Items collected for the museum will be on display, including a copy of the Buford Pusser biography “The Twelfth of August,” arrowheads, old school books, a broom that was made in Chester County, and more associated with the county. The public is invited to attend this special Business After Hours event.
FHU welcomes 2011 freshman class Courtesy photo
Freed-Hardeman University is gearing up to begin the 2011-2012 school year this week with Interface activities for the freshman class. Pictured here, in-coming students participate in an outdoor devotional in the university’s Commons. Undergraduate classes are set to begin today, Aug. 25.
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Ribbon cutting held at It Don’t Matter Chamber officials and well-wishers were on hand Aug. 18 for the ribbon cutting which officially opened It Don’t Matter restaurant at 549 Hwy 45 North. Manager Gary Smith, wife Robbie, and partner Robert Holmes invite guests to enjoy their menu items which include steaks, catfish, grilled items, seafood and pasta.
CHESTER COUNTY INDEPENDENT • Thursday, August 25, 2011
Tickets on sale for Antique Show and Sale Eddie Fuller of Brothers Printing, left, buys the first tickets to the Antique Show and Sale to be held Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at the First Methodist Church in Henderson. The event is expected to attract dealers from far and wide, with some of the proceeds going to the church. Tickets for $3 are available from Harold James, right, of Henderson Antique Mall, as well as Lavon’s Timeless Treasures on Front Street.
FHU announces 2011 new faculty, academic staff Freed-Hardeman University has announced additions to the faculty and academic staff for the upcoming academic year. Five new full-time faculty members, four adjunct faculty members, and five additional members of the academic staff have been named. J.D. Allen will join the faculty as an instructor in biology. He holds a Bachelor of Science in biology and a Master of Technology in biology from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He has worked at SOSU as a laboratory assistant and teaching assistant. Corey Markum has been named an instructor in history. He graduated from FHU with a Bachelor of Science in history in 2005. He also holds a Master of Arts in history from Auburn University and has completed course work for a Ph.D. from Auburn. He has taught at Adamsville High School and been a graduate teaching assistant at Auburn. Linda Moran will be an instructor in Spanish. A 1972 Associate of Arts graduate of FreedHardeman, Moran also holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in Spanish from University of Texas at San Antonio. She has been an instructor of Spanish at Hendrix College and an assistant professor of Spanish at Harding University. Shawna Northrop will join the faculty as an instructor in education. She holds a bachelor’s, master’s, and specialist degrees from FreedHardeman. In addition, she has completed course work for a doctorate in educational leadership at Capella University. She has taught kindergarten and fifth and sixth grade at Grand Junction Elementary School. Bobby Wheat will serve as this year’s missionary in residence. In addition to his academic work which includes a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Abilene Christian University, Wheat was a missionary and Bible school teacher for six years in Mutare, Zimbabwe. Most recently, he was the minister for the Winfield, Kan., Church of Christ. New adjunct faculty members include Debbie Hames in the Department of Health and Human Performance. She has taught physical education for 25 years in the Chester County schools. She holds a Bachelor of
Science from FreedHardeman, a Master of Education from Memphis State University, and an Education Specialist from Middle Tennessee State University. Dr. Alan Kinningham is also an adjunct faculty member. He will be teaching music. He holds a B.S. in music education from University of Tennessee at Martin, an M.M. in music composition from Texas A&M at Commerce, and a D.M.A. in music composition from University of Memphis. He has extensive teaching experience both in public high schools and at the college level. He has taught at Dyersburg State Community College, University of Tennessee at Martin, and University of Memphis. Dr. Jerry Martin will serve as an adjunct in the graduate counseling area. He holds a B.A. in Bible, and M.S. in counseling, and a Ph.D. in marriage and family therapy, all from Amridge University. He currently works as a therapist at Christian Counseling Service and is the minister of the Cordova Church of Christ. April Richey will be an adjunct faculty member in mathematics. She holds a B.S. and an M.S. in mathematics from Middle Tennessee State University. She has taught at Nashville State Community College, Jackson State Community
College, and Jackson State Community College. Ginger Young directs the Center for Academic Success. She holds a B.S. in elementary education from Lipscomb University and an M.A. in teaching from Belmont University. Most recently, she has been the special education director and a teacher at Nashville Christian School. Young began her duties with the university during the spring semester. New personnel in the Center for Academic Success are Larry Moran, Lana Pirtle, and Connie Pritchard. Moran will serve as a freshman advisor and teacher in the School of Arts and Humanities. He holds a B.A. in Bible from Harding University, and an M.A. in theological studies from Austin Graduate School of Theology. He has worked as a pulpit minister and involvement minister and done mission work. Pirtle is the developmental math coordinator. She holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Memphis State University and has worked for a number of years in that field, including stints with AMCOM, Redstone Arsenal, and with Defense Contract Management Agency. She has also taught developmental math courses at Freed-Hardeman. Pritchard has taught in
the public schools of Missouri for 30 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Science in Education from Arkansas State University. She is the coordinator of the learning center. Finally, Micah Smith has joined the staff as director of institutional research. He is a 2008 graduate of FreedHardeman with a Bachelor of Science in psychology. He also holds a Master of Science in psychological services from East Central University in Ada, Okla. He has taught and tutored in the behavioral sciences and served as an intern in the counseling center at East Central University.
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Life & Style
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Weaver 51st Reunion Forty-eight descendants of the late Absolum and Tildae Weaver met for their 51st family reunion on Aug. 20, 2011, at Pinson Baptist fellowship hall. Those attending were Mary Weaver; Susie Weaver Essary; Jerry and Susan Weaver; Charles Weaver; John, Deanna and Luke Weaver; Chad and Christy Weaver; Kelsey, David and Elizabeth Weaver Allen; Cael and Lach Allen; Ailiene Cain; Brandy Cain Holland; Cathy Lane; Steve Lane; Glen and Anna Russell Newsom; Chris, Tonya and Acen Lambert; Shari and Jasette McDonald; Charles and Shirley Russell Prater; Susan Boles; James and Elaine Weaver Wilthong; Nancy Archer; Louise Archer Cherry; Dennis and Susan Kirkpatrick Warren; Chris, Candice and Caleb Kirkpatrick; Jackie Kinney Reiley; Roy and Branndon Kinney; Tyre Yarbrough; Coety Fields; Robert and Peggy Kinney; and Dylan, Callan, Abby and Ryan Kinney.
JENNIFER MICHELLE WARREN AND JASON LARRY GARNER
Warren – Garner engagement Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brown of Henderson are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Michelle Warren to Jason Larry Garner, son of Larry and Shannon Garner of Finger. The couple will exchange vows at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at the New Beginning Church at 938 Sol Coston Road at Finger, Tenn. Music will begin at 12:30 p.m. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Zola Kinchen of Henderson and the late Joe Kinchen Sr., and Lee Roy and Wilma Brown of Hohenwald, Tenn. The bridegroom is the grandson of Jim Garner and the late Vonnie Garner, and Charlene McNair and the late Wylie McNair. Family and friends of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception to follow at the church.
Our deepest sympathy goes to the family and friends of Lavene Priddy Freeman. On our prayer list this week are Jerry Carroll, LaVerne Lott, Lee Nell King, Charles and Loretta Haggard, Pam Priddy, Dobber Dyer, Danny Rogers, Frenzola Morris, Josephine Hinson, Shirley Gaddy, Ollie Dean Kennedy, John Kent Sells, Jean Latham, Joanne Sells, Dianne Wells, Gerald Stanfill, Carolyn Potter, Bobbie Nell Wells, Lisa Peddy, Charles and Wilma
Cupples, Shirley Rietl, Joanne Altier, Rachel and Gayle Ellington, Martha Mainord, Ernie Reeves, Allen Miller Jr., Donnie Sells, Mandy Miller, Clessie Stovall and Sharon Dailey. Happy anniversary to Randy and Amy Connor, Norris and Shelia Frank, and Johnathan and Carla Frank Visser on Aug. 25; and Larry and Pat Johnson, and Jimmy and Mary Ann Priddy on Aug. 31. Birthday greetings to Allen Jordan on Aug. 25; Randy Connor on Aug. 26; Megan Connor and Kim Kerstetter on Aug. 27; Blakely Wilson and Jason Haskins on Aug. 29; Lillie Arnold and Lola Butler on Aug. 30; and Doug Priddy, Amy White, Tyler McCaskill, Sylvia Spradlin and Gerald Williams on Aug. 31.
Happy birthday wishes go to Christina Nelson, Maxine Grisham, Tim Stanfill and Kyle Conner on Aug. 26; Gavin Griffin and Mckynzee McCleod on Aug. 27; Charlotte Canaday and Joey Taggart on Aug. 28; Brian Franks on Aug. 29; Mary Beth Roland and Gilda Norman on Aug. 30; and Paul Arnold Jr. on Aug. 31. Happy anniversary to Jim and Florence (Flo) Stublaski on Aug. 27; Chris and Brittany Fletcher on Aug. 30; and happy 32nd anniversary to Paul Sr. and Ruth Arnold on Aug. 30. We would like to remind everyone that Enville Fun Day is this Saturday, Aug. 27, at the community center. Turn onto 224 off 22-A South, can't miss it, it is right there on the left. All are welcome to join in on the
fun from 11 a.m.-10 p.m., good food, dunking booth, games, parade, live band and street dancing, talent/lip sync, cakewalk, and a drawing for a $100 and $50 bill. Barbecue chicken, pork and bologna will be ready at 11 a.m. Line up at the community center at 1:30 p.m. to be in the parade. The talent/lip sync contest has a $5 entry fee. Call Linda Phillips 688-5470 or Jan Johnson 688-5129 for more information. I am repeating myself, but I want to remind you of this. A reunion has been planned for all Saltillo Manufacturing and HIS Sportswear employees for Sept. 3. It starts at 1 p.m., at Saltillo Community Center. Anyone who worked at either of these companies is invited and encouraged to attend. Last year they had a good crowd and lots of fun. Make plans to attend, bring finger foods and renew old friendships. If you have any church happenings, news, birthdays, announcements, or anything to share, call 989-0212. Have a great week.
Austin Springer, a 1995 Chester County graduate, recently started a new job. He was hired as senior software developer for St. Jude Hospital. He is the son of Cindy (Springer) and Dan Piechocki. Good luck Austin. We are reminding folks in the community about making a donation to the center/fire department. Some communities have monthly or yearly dues. We haven’t done that before. We recently had to have a new well put down and the propane service
We have really enjoyed eating fresh vegetables from our garden this summer. All we have left are a few tomatoes and butterbeans. I’m thankful for what we had, but am also glad the season is over. There will be a business meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25, at the Center. Members are
changed. We normally make it on our fundraiser each year and the goodness of people’s hearts. These things were costly to do and we are feeling the pinch now. A little help from each family could go a long way. Amber Greer got a surprise Tuesday on her way home from work. She was listening to Froggy 104.1. They announced they were giving away tickets to see Jason Aldean, Colt Ford and Ash Bowers in Southaven, Miss. You just need to be caller 1,041. Oh well, she thought, what’s the worst that could happen? She called, the announcer asked her name, where she was from, and then said, “Amber, I have some bad news, you need to find a babysitter, you are caller See SWEET, Page 5-A urged to attend this important meeting to discuss and make plans for a fundraiser. On our prayer list are Walt and Ann Bennett, Drew and Jessie Lee Rowland, Tommy Larry Patterson, Larry Lard, Norma Dickson, Erma McNeil, Larry Beshires, Celeste Moore, Billy Ray Maness, Jim Cupples, Tom Gipson, and our military and the leaders of our nation. Congratulations to Dara Clayton and Will Young, who were married Aug. 20, 2011, at First Baptist Church in Henderson. Dara is the daughter of Dennie and Maria Clayton
TRACI LEANN DANIEL AND JOHN DAVID MULLINS
Daniel – Mullins engagement Tim and Judy Daniel of Jackson, Tenn., are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Traci LeAnn Daniel to John David Mullins, son of David and Connie Mullins of Medon, Tenn. Traci is a 2005 graduate of Union University and is currently employed with Amedisys Home Health in Jackson as a Care Transitions Coordinator. John is a 1995 graduate of Lambuth University and is employed with United Parcel Service. The couple will exchange vows on Sept. 30, 2011, in a private ceremony in Estes Park, Colo., and will reside in Jackson. and the granddaughter of Dennis and Ermadean Clayton. Hillary Clayton Hall was honored with a baby shower and birthday party on Sunday, Aug. 21, at the Hickory Corner Community Center. She is the daughter of Mark and Tonya Clayton and the granddaughter of Frank and Diane Clayton. Sending birthday wishes to Lulene Goodwin on Aug. 24; Janet Crane and Peggy Whitman on Aug. 25; Raymond Greene on Aug. 26; Elvie Lee Sanders on Aug. 30; and Amy Kesler on Aug. 31. Sympathy goes to Mary Patterson on the loss of her brother, L.C. “Red” Turner of Chandler, Texas, who lost his battle with cancer on July 20. Eddie Lutrell has lost more hens. They were in the henhouse and shut up
for the night. The next morning he discovered four hens had been killed; three hens were lucky and survived the terrible slaughter. Eddie suspects the guilty critter was a coon that climbed over the fence, climbed up the henhouse to the rafters, and dropped down inside. We are so sorry for his loss, as he supplied us with fresh eggs. Maybe the good Samaritan who dropped off hens in the spring will share again. The Senior Fall Bowling League starts at Classic Bowl in Jackson on Tuesday, Aug. 30. If you are interested in bowling, show up around noon and we’ll get you on a team. It’s a fun time and the fellowship is great. For more information, call me at 989-3315 or Georgia Phillips at 989-4795. Have a great week.
News from the City
By Gloria Holiday Hello to everyone! I hope you had a wonderful week. To everyone that was asking about the article and why it was not in the paper. The reason is most of the family and I was in Memphis at the hospital with my mother’s sister, Betty. She fell and broke her hip, and our brother, Dexter, was in the hospital also. Today and always I can say that God is good all the time; both of them are doing great. Monday, Aug. 22, was the first day of pre-school for Chester County Head Start. There are 60 students. For the most of them, it was their first time been away from mom or dad. This is a very big step for these little people. Can any of you remember your first day in school? I can. Ms. Mary Trice was
my first-grade teacher and I was crying for mother because I did not want to stay. Ms. Trice picked me up and sat me in her lap, and then she hugged me. Not only that, but in a very sweet soft voice she told me “it is all right, don’t cry,” and 51 years later I still remember how kind she was to me. Isn’t it amazing how you remember your first teacher. Those seniors were at it again, going all the way to Franklin and had the audacity to come home with the gold. The city would like to congratulate the following seniors that participated in the Senior Olympic Games: Tylene Seaton, Robert Jones, Georgia Phillips, Len Carter and Bob Covitz. Mark your calendar for Sept. 10, from 8 a.m. until noon, West Tennessee Healthcare will be offering free screenings during the West Tennessee Health Fair at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson. The screenings are free and will include blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose, bone density for people ages 50 and above, vision, foot screenings and body mass index. They are asking you to fast at least
four hours before having your blood work done. I hope to see you there at the fair. For more information about the Health Fair, call Kay Cranford at 731541-4907. Fryers Point Church will begin revival services at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 28, with pastor Tommie Woods and Cool Springs M.B. Church as their special guest. The services will begin at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, Rev. Moore Pastor of Missionary Outreach from Jackson; Thursday, Sept. 1, Rev. Darnell Pastor of Tillman Chapel in Henderson; and Friday, Sept. 2, Rev. James Arnold Pastor of New Hope M.B in Decaturville. The public is invited to come and be blessed. On Aug. 27, Larry Kelly and Vivian Kelly said “I DO” 17 years ago. Happy anniversary, keep the Honey in the Moon and may you have many more too come. Congratulations to Taneshia Thomas as she graduated on Saturday, Aug. 20, with a Practical Nursing Degree. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and the granddaughter of Margie
Burton. Congratulations to Tyron and Jessica Hall on the birth of their new baby girl, Layla S. Hall, on Aug. 9. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was 20 inches long. May the Lord keep on blessing you. On the prayer list this week: Betty Bass Williams, Dexter Brown, John Riley Barham, Janis Barham, Vircie Mae Massengill, Juanita Canada, Quinten Cawthon, Maizell Barnes, Jimmy Thomas and Nina M. Ross, Robert Freeman, Charles Stovall and wife. Pray for our children, teachers, families, the men and women that are serving our country, and the incarcerated. Remember to patronize with our local businesses here in town; let’s try to support our own as much as we can. If you live in the city of Henderson and have news about your family, birthday, anniversary, announcements, and things happening in the city, I need to hear from you. Call me at 989-1907 and leave your message or you may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great week!
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Doesn’t matter if it’s a cake or a pie, just don’t underestimate cheesecake I love cheesecake. It doesn’t matter if I’m cooking it or eating, but the fact is that I enjoy it. Over the years, I’ve used several recipes. One called for too much flour, and it tasted dry. I have another that’s very good, but it’s not a traditional cheesecake; it’s almost more of an icebox pie. I typically stick to plain cheesecake, and I haven’t ventured into swirls, chocolate or turtle varieties. While I enjoy those, a basic cheesecake with a strawberry or cherry topping always wins. One day, I was browsing a magazine for ideas when I came across a delicious-looking cheesecake with a homemade chocolate crust. I tore out my inspiration recipe and set it aside to use when we had company or a special event. When we had weekend guests, I pulled out my new recipe and set to work. Unfortunately, I hadn’t read through the entire recipe to see that it filled an entire 13x9 cake pan. In my estimate, four people shouldn’t be able to consume an entire cake pan full of cheesecake in a weekend, so I needed to improvise. I cut the recipe in half, tweaked a few things, and
then I decided that a 9x9 pan would work much better. Since I improvised, I played around with the cooking time a bit, but I think I’ve developed a time that will work with most ovens. Remember oven temperatures may vary, so keep an eye on your cheesecake to avoid overcooking. If the center hasn’t set after an hour in the oven, increase time by five to 10 minute increments. It will eventually set and begin to brown. Remove from the oven before the top browns fully. Making a cookie crumb crust for your cheesecake shouldn’t be difficult, especially since this crust doesn’t even need sides. The easiest way to crush the chocolate cookies is to place them in the food processor and pulse until they are finely crushed. Transfer crumbs to a small bowl and drizzle melted butter over the top, using hands to work butter
through the crumbs until moist and easy to mold into bottom of baking pan. You don’t have to use all the butter. If crumbs are moist and there is still butter remaining, don’t allow it to pool or become soggy. You want a firm, crunchy crust; not a hard, crystallized one. Save the cherry filling until you’re ready to serve your cheesecake. It’s best to add it just before serving. Cherry is my favorite, but blueberry pie filling would also be great. If you’re more of a chocolate fan, skip the fruit filling and drizzle your favorite chocolate syrup over the top – or try a caramel drizzle. Be creative; this is your pie, uh, cake – er, cheesecake – so enjoy! Email your favorite or best recipes to email@example.com or mail them to Chester County Independent c/o Mary Dunbar, P.O. Box 306, Henderson, TN 38340.
Cherry cheesecake with cookie crumb crust
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Sweet 1,041!” I’m sure you could have heard her scream to my house! The announcer asked how many times she had called, her reply was “only once.” His reply, “I hope you know everyone listening right now hates you.” Amber said, “I’m so sorry,” and burst out laughing and started squealing. Hope she and her friends had a great night. Did you ever have a day where you just should have stayed in bed? Saturday was one of those for me. My car had problems, cost a lot to fix it, I liked about four to five car links having my yard mowed and the belt fell off. I then started working, trying to clear my carport from the storm back in the spring. I had an armful of wood, small pieces but a lot of it. I was carrying it to put in a bucket that I would then carry to my shed. Before I could get the wood lowered into the bucket, four or five pieces fell and landed on my toes. You have heard the expression, “I saw stars,” well I
did! I never stopped working. When I finally got to the shed, the key was missing. That’s it… time for a break. I went in the house and took off my shoes. The skin was torn off my toe, once I got the dirt off, it was swollen twice its size and totally purple! I’m still limping around. Birthday wishes to Seneca Deck, Megan Fowler and Brandon Lewis on Aug. 17; Austin Springer on Aug. 18; Justin Keen on Aug. 19; Joey Russell and Terry Moody on Aug. 20; Junior Miller, Erica Franks and James A. Russell on Aug. 21; Noah Price and Janet Robinson on Aug. 24; Peggy Record on Aug. 25; Lessie Bullman on Aug. 26; Shane Brown, Ethan Kinchen and Hannah Hilton on Aug. 28; Kendyl Kinchen on Aug. 29; and Dude Russell, Briget Turner and Matthew Bodiford on Aug. 31. Happy anniversary to Larry and Chrissy Busby on Aug. 21; Chuck and Karen Davis on Aug. 25; Austin and Holly Springer on Aug. 28; Rick and Lori Babin on Aug. 29; and Amy and Kevin Faulkner on Aug. 31. On our prayer list are
Anna Pearl Bullman, Mary Faye Brewer, Marvin Weaver, Summer Maples, Ernie Merriman, Betty Stout, Loretta Pickett, Chrissy Busby, Cindy Lewis, Mary Russell, Kathryn Carroll, Don Ellis, Ann Bishop, Bill Kinchen, Molly Russell, Brenda Collins, Randy Greer, Crys Chapman, Sue Johnson, Shirley Evans, Joann VanCleave, Bud Ward, all those I may have missed, our military and their families, and our children and teachers. If you have news to share, call 989-7523. As the holidays will soon be approaching, remember to book the community center early because it fills quickly at that time of year. Thought for the week: Never forget, that if you’re headed in the wrong direction, God allows U-turns. Have a great week everyone!
Ingredients: 20 cream-filled chocolate cookies (Oreos were used for testing purposes), finely crushed 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted 16 ounces cream cheese, softened ½ cup sugar 1 ½ tablespoons flour ½ tablespoon vanilla ½ cup sour cream 2 eggs 1 can (21 ounces) cherry pie filling Directions: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Thoroughly grease a 9x9 baking pan, being sure to reach corners and sides. Slowly pour melted butter over
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cookie crumbs in a small bowl, combining until crumbs are coated and soft but not over-saturated. Press mixture into bottom of pan, sealing cracks and spreading evenly. In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar, flour and vanilla with an electric mixer until well blended. Add sour cream; mix well. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing on low speed after each addition until just blended. Pour over cookie crumb crust. Bake for 1 hour or until filling begins to brown and center is almost set (times vary depending on oven and type of pan). Cool completely and refrigerate. Top with pie filling before serving. Cut into squares.
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Chester County Independent archives, Aug. 26, 1971
FAIR OPENING – Chester County Fair President Billy Martin (left) receives congratulations on the opening of the fair from Lt. Governor John S. Wilder while other platform guests look on. Pictured left to right are Miss Chester County Debbie Bridges, Representative Edward Bailey, Judge Hubert Seaton, Mayor W.E. Burkhead, Rev. Elmer Weaver and D. Fenimore.
Only Yesterday “Citizens give 135 pints of blood” From the files of the Chester County Independent August 28, 1941 “Johnny Get Your Gun! Squirrel Season Approaches” Brunswick stew, with squirrel, one of the South's most popular delicacies, will soon be in order in these parts. For squirrel season opens here next Monday, Sept. 1, and from all appearances, there'll be plenty of 'em and we hope – plenty of stew! The season will be open four months, and the daily bag is limited to 10. “Only Eight Bales Of Cotton Ginned” Cotton is coming into Henderson slowly, only eight bales being ginned by the Henderson Gin Company during the past week. The Wamble Gin, which is being remodeled, is expected to be ready for ginning by the end of this week. John L. Weeks of the Henderson Gin Company said that cotton received so far had been very good quality, and that 16 ¼ cents was being paid for 15-16 inch middling on Wednesday, and seed were selling at $42 per ton. “Team Must Depend On Speed – Not Power” After a week's conditioning, football practice at Chester County High School opened in earnest Monday, with about 42 candidates out for the team. With only seven lettermen remaining, prospects are not so favorable, Coach James Williams said. All the men out are small, averaging about 135 pounds, and if a winning combination can be developed, it will have to come through speed, and not power, he said. Lettermen returning to the field include Ray Lawson, quarterback; James Cloud, guard; William Barrett, half-back; Blaine Mosier, center; James Reddin, tackle; Dudley Travis, tackle; and “Chief” Freeman, guard. Others who have had a little experience include Wasel Guinn, guard; Neil Conder, fullback; B. F. Deming, end, and Charles McCall, tackle. New men out for the first time include Butch Wilkins, Bill Malone, Bill Walker, Max Melton, Ray Kirby, James Ray Deming, Eugene Campbell, Lyn Braly and Don Phillips, all of Henderson; William Dodds of Luray, Max Brewer of Jacks Creek, Quinton Newman, Montezuma, Wayford Bishop, Cabo, and Joe Woods of Enville. Until Uncle Sam claimed Henry Holland, and James Deming quit school to go to work, prospects were good for a willing team this year, Coach Williams said. Other lettermen became ineligible when they failed to pass the necessary number of subjects. “Welcome Stranger” Mr. and Mrs. Jess Emerson are the parents of a daughter, born Aug. 20. She is their third child. August 24, 1951 “C.C.H.S. Gets High State Rating” Principal James Williams has received a letter from the Director of Public High Schools in Tennessee stating that Chester County High School has been given an “A1” rating for the school year 1950-51. Chester County High has maintained a rating of “A” for many years and has been a member of the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges for about 20 years but this is the first time the top rating in Tennessee High Schools has come to our County. There were less than 25 schools in 1949-50, which received this rating and only three in West Tennessee, Bartlett and Whitehaven in Shelby County and Grove High of Paris. “Citizens Gave 135 Pints Of Blood For Boys In Korea” Co-Chairmen James Williams and H. S. Morgan wish to thank all the volunteer workers who worked so diligently and faithfully last Thursday in the Blood Program. They also wish to thank all who donated a pint of their blood for the boys in Korea and
those who offered to even though they were rejected. Chester County has always been one to do her part in whatever civic undertaking comes her way and the citizens certainly responded wonderfully in this program. One hundred and thirty-five pints of blood were given in all. The quota of Type O blood for the day was 32 pints and this was received before three o'clock in the afternoon. These 32 pints of Type O blood were shipped directly to Korea. “Younger Set Has Progressive Party” Members of the younger set enjoyed a progressive dinner party on last Friday evening. This group met at the home of Anne Henry Carpenter where they were served tomato juice and open face sandwiches. From there they went to the home of Miss Lynne Griffith for a delicious salad course. The main course, which was a spaghetti plate with iced tea, was enjoyed at the home of Miss Yvette Martin. The group then assembled at the home of Miss Claudia Ann Horn for a dessert of angel food cake topped with ice cream and maraschino cherries. Here games were played for awhile and then the following boys and girls went to the movie where they enjoyed seeing “Samson and Delilah”: Misses Dianne Bruce, Janice McCoy, Janis Plunk, Julia Bulliner, Anne Henry Carpenter, Marilyn Essary, Florence Murley, Claudia Ann Horn, Yvette Martin, Lynne Griffith, Nick Thomas, Bobby Don Wheatley, Bobby Hysmith, Rex Enoch, Roy Daniels, Gene Parrish, Harold Plunk, Mike Bolton, Larry Bulliner, Jerry Parrish, Larry Woody and Neal Smith. “Births” Dr. H. D. Farthing Mr. and Mrs. Neil White of Henderson, announce the birth of a son, Gary Dewayne, on Aug. 16. Mr. and Mrs. William Stovall announce the arrival of a son on Aug. 15. He has been named William Larry. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones of Henderson, announce the birth of a daughter on Aug. 14. August 25, 1961 “Mosier Wins Softball Championship” The double elimination softball play-off was completed last Friday night with Mosier's team defeating Shults Mfg. 29-14. This gives Mosier both the pennant and play-off championships. Their overall record was 18 wins and two defeats. Most Valuable Player resulted in a tie between Odell Hatch and “Big Jim” Poteete. Highest Batting average – Poteete and Tony Austin. .600 Highest Fielding average - “Pod” Guinn and Larry Rowland. .980 Most Stolen Bases 16 – Bill Rush, Larry Rowland, Roger Harris... Leading Pitcher – B. Mosier, 6 wins, 0 losses. Most Congenial - “Woody” Moffitt. “New Arrivals” Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne Tedford announce the arrival of a daughter, Regina Dawn, on Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tedford are the grandparents and the proud great grandmother is Mrs. Lizzie Brewer. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Braden LaVerne Bailey, Reagan, a girl named Lisa Ann, Aug. 18. Aug. 21, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse T. Vires, boy, Joe Jacob, Finger. “Sheriff Breaks Finger Friday” Sheriff Warren Thomas broke a finger last Friday night in a fight at the square dance held at Stop and Shop. The sheriff had arrested a Henderson man for public drunkenness. Several of the man's friends decided to team up on Sheriff Thomas and keep him from carrying (the drunken man) to jail. In the melee, which followed, Sheriff Thomas hit (the troublemaker) and received a broken finger from the blow. (The sheriff) carried the the man to jail where he made bond Saturday morning. He will appear in General Sessions Court on Sept. 1.
Chester County Independent archives, Aug. 25, 1961
1961 CCHS EAGLES ARE: FIRST ROW (from left to right): Mack Bishop, Donald Rowland, Dwight Bingham, Jerry Patterson, Edward Plunk, Kenny Beene, Mike Bishop, Larry Patterson, Anthony Cooper, Jerry Dowdy. SECOND ROW: Wade Cox, Norman Cox, Hensel Peddy, Sherman Hearn, Tom Weeks, Danny Bingham, David Hearn, Larry Decker, Jerry Taylor, Lynn Pitts, Tommy Ada. THIRD ROW: Bill Vernon, Ronnie Barnes, Larry Duck, Tim Weeks, Mike Crowe, Larry Nash, Bill Rush, Bob Plunk, Tony Marsh, Russell Clayton, Skippy Mount. FOURTH ROW: Mike Barnes, James Grimes, Larry Hunt, Jackie Thomas, Bill Rowsey, Dennis Johnson, Robert Holmes, Mike Galbraith, Dwain Seaton, Don Wilson.
Questions and answers from UT Extension By J. Brian Signaigo UT Extension Agent III
Can I plant Bermuda grass in my lawn this time of year? Of course, the answer is yes, you can now but it has little chance of developing an adequate root system between now and fall to “save” enough nutrients for spring growth. So the bottom line is that now is not the time to plant Bermuda seed. You can, however, sod with Bermuda (and other warm season grass sod) at this time – just make sure you supply adequate water after placement to “seal” the sod to the earth. What grass can I plant under my trees in the shade? All plants need some sunlight to grow to its potential – pure and simple. It’s true that some grasses (and other plants)
are more shade tolerant that others, but again, all plants need some sunlight. An excellent publication is available on the web at utextension.tennessee.ed u entitled Managing Trees and Turfgrasses, publication No. SP 535. If you need/want me to visit, give me a call. What is the web site for UT Extension publications? As mentioned earlier, the web address for the UT Extension publications is utextension.tennessee.edu. Take a few minutes and browse through the site and see what’s available – many are available either for home printing or some are for purchase as hard copy. Either way, it’s great info! How do I get rid of these weeds in my pond? Great question because it
seems that this time of year is when they flourish. The first and most important step in any successful weed control program is correct weed identification. Second, put the correct herbicide where it needs to go – on the weed itself or sprinkled in the pond or injected under the surface. It’s just not real simple to control some of this aquatic vegetation. I feel we are fortunate that our regional UT Extension Fish and Pond specialist has an on-going demonstration here in Chester County. We’re seeing some real beneficial results that will be helpful for pond weed control recommendations. Details about 4-H programs coming next week! Call UT Extension at 9892103 with your questions!
River Run celebrates anniversary Darryl Worley’s Tennessee River Run volunteers are working on last-minute details to host the biggest celebration yet for the festival’s tenth anniversary. Montgomery Gentry, Kansas and Worley headline concerts that are part of a full slate of activities that culminate in a weekend celebration on Sept. 15-17. Bumpus Harley-Davidson sponsors the 2011 Tennessee River Run. The Friday night, Sept. 16, concert in downtown Savannah, will bring rock legends to the stage when Kansas, Derek St. Holmes (lead singer of the Ted Nugent band) and Mark Slaughter (lead singer of Slaughter) perform. The Saturday night, Sept. 17, concert at Pickwick Landing State Park features Montgomery Gentry and Worley with Jesse Keith Whitley, the Tony Bridges Band (from American Idol Season Five) and the 2011 Battle of the Bands winner. Tickets are available at the Darryl Worley Foundation Office at 325 Main St. in downtown Savannah and by searching Tennessee River Run at www.ticketfly.com. Admission for Friday night’s concert is $15 in advance or $20 at the gate. Tickets for Saturday
night’s concert are $35 in advance at $40 at the gate. Saturday night admission for children ages seven to 12 is $15, and children six and younger enter free with a paying adult. A weekend concert pass is available for $45 in advance and $50 at the gate. Golden Circle Seating is $100 and is available in advance only. On Saturday, Aug. 27 at 1 p.m., winners from competitions in Jackson (Ben Mathis and the Sidekicks), Memphis (Nick Garrison with Hammer Down), and Florence, Ala. (The Ben Parker Project) will compete in the 2011 Battle of the Bands finals at Bumpus Harley-Davidson of Jackson. The band selected will receive six hours of studio time with mixing and editing at Jaxon Records, along with a CD and the opportunity to perform when Montgomery Gentry and Worley perform at Pickwick Landing State Park on Saturday, Sept. 17. The 10th Anniversary Gala Darryl Worley and Friends Songwriters in the Round: Black Ties and Blue Jeans will be held Thursday, Sept. 15, on the lawn of the historic home of Savannah Mayor and Mrs. Bob Shutt. Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m., with music beginning at 7 p.m.
Sponsorship tables for 10 are available for $5,000, $2,500 and $1,500. Individual tickets are $100 per person. The TRR Golf Tournament will be Friday, Sept. 16, at Ross Creek Landing Golf Course in Clifton. The bass tournament also begins on Friday, and the S l a u g h t e r / S t . Holmes/Kansas concert in downtown Savannah will conclude Friday’s celebration. The second day of the bass tournament is planned for Saturday, Sept. 17. A 5K run, motorcycle poker run, youth fishing tournament, and an arts and crafts fair will welcome participants on Saturday, also. The final event of the Tennessee River Run will be the country concert with 2011 Battle of the Bands winner, the Tony Bridges Band, Whitley, Worley and Montgomery Gentry at Pickwick Landing State Park that evening. Updates on all events can be found at www.facebook.com/TennesseeRive rRun, www.darrylworley .com and www.tnriverrun.org. Proceeds fund the Darryl Worley Foundation. The foundation serves special needs for people in the Savannah area, and other area charities.
CHESTER COUNTY INDEPENDENT â€˘ Thursday, August 25, 2011 Page 7-A
Puppy Personals There are 12 dogs currently awaiting homes at Henderson City Animal Control, including a wide variety of short hair, long hair, scruffy, flop-eared, spotted and loveable would-be pets. Most are medium size pets, with the exception of the smaller corgi mix, and the larger bloodhound and German Shepherd. These dogs each have a limited time to find a home due to the cityâ€™s animal control euthanasia policy. The adoption fee is $36, $25 of which is refundable upon confirmation of having your pet spayed or neutered following adoption. The other $11 covers vaccinations at Henderson Animal Clinic. If you would like more information regarding any of these pets, call 989-4628.
Female. Possibly B&T hound mix. A bit shy, but very sweet.
Female, probably a lab mix. She has a white spot on her chest and a slender build. She is very sweet but rather shy.
Mature female. She loves to be petted and talked to, and is ready to share her happiness with you!
Female bloodhound. She is very sweet and lovable.
Young male black lab/golden retriever mix. He was surrendered to animal control when his family had to move out of state. He is current on rabies vaccination, is very sweet and loves attention.
Female German Shepherd, probably about a year old. A very sweet girl, she listens well and walks well on a leash.
Mature male. He is very sweet and loves to be held and cuddled.
Female. Mostly white with black and tan markings, this mature lady is very gentle and shy and is really craving a home and someone to love.
Female, rather shy. She is a sweet dog, who loves attention and needs some TLC to bring her out of her shell.
Male black lab mix with a white spot on his chest. Very friendly, and loves to be petted and talked to. He is very interested in his surroundings.
Male. Probably a lab or lab mix. A bit shy, but looking for someone to love.
Mature female, probably lab mix. She needs a good home where she can be the pampered baby. She is very sweet and lovable.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Seasons change Keeping the Faith By Ronnie McBrayer
After four years of marriage, we finally took a vacation – together
After four years of marriage and more than a year of dating before that, my husband and I finally took a vacation together last week. Sure, we’ve gone places and taken trips together, and also apart; we even spent Valentine’s Day weekend in Berlin, Germany, but we’ve never planned a vacation of more than a couple of days – until this year. We both enjoy traveling, but I was beginning to think that we’d never coordinate our lives and plans to include taking a trip together, just the two of us. Last year, Chris was going to school near Denver, Colo., and I was living here in Henderson. My mother and I took two weeks off and drove to Colorado. We visited wineries along the way and had a fun trip to and from Denver together. While Chris was in school, Mom and I went to museums and parks, and when he got out of school in the afternoon, we met up to go to the aquarium or hang out. During the weekends, we took trips to the Estes Park Scottish Festival, Colorado Springs, Pike’s Peak, all kinds of interesting three-day excursions, but they were trips and visits, not relaxing vacations. My mother and I enjoyed a relaxing vacation together, but since Chris was in school the majority of the time, I don’t count it as a vacation with him. It’s hard to vacation together when one person has to go to bed in time to get up for school. That severely limits the places the “vacationers” can go. Once, Chris and I drove to northern Idaho with one of his Army buddies, his buddy’s parents and niece. All six of us were packed into an extended cab truck, and we drove 24 hours straight through from Winfield, Kan., to Priest River, Idaho – and
back again. We didn’t stop at Yellowstone or Little Big Horn or anything. We barely stopped to eat. After a brief visit with some friends, we turned around and made the drive home to Henderson, stopping in Kansas only long enough to pick up Chris’ sister. That Idaho trip was exhausting. Chris’ buddy’s mother and I wanted to stop and go sightseeing, but the guys had a singleminded determination that we weren’t going to stop until we got to our friends’ house. I was cramped, bored, and grumpy the entire truck ride. On the way back, we left the parents and niece in Idaho to visit, so at least I had the whole backseat to stretch out in and get comfortable. The truck was a standard, and neither Chris nor I could help drive, so we had to stop once for the night. Much to my chagrin, we pulled into a parking lot to sleep, not a motel, no showers or soft mattress, just a parking lot with me in the backseat and two snoring guys in the front. When Chris and I were in Germany, we wanted to travel, but it rarely happened. I’m not sure if it was the snowy winter or his unit’s lack of organization or just an inability to plan on our part, but we spent most of the time on post. Not long before I was scheduled to move back to the U.S., I laid down my feelings: we had to take a trip – somewhere, anywhere – before I left. I went to the library and checked out a guidebook to Germany, and we flipped through it together. I think we picked our destination by opening the book and seeing what city it opened to, and we made a plan to fly to Berlin for Valentine’s Day weekend. I was proud of us; we actually booked our hotel and flight and made a tentative plan of exploration.
On our first afternoon there, we took a wrong turn and wandered through the residential areas for several hours. It wasn’t on our agenda, but it was a memorable adventure. We even found a Schnitzelkönig (i.e. Schnitzel King) that served a huge “Texas schnitzel” for lunch. The following day, I was nearly overcome by hypothermia at the zoo, but we had a wonderful German adventure together. Other than those trips, our travels together have mostly included visiting relatives and overnight trips to Nashville or Memphis. Since Chris was stationed outside the U.S. for many years, visiting his relatives is important to him, but only traveling together to spend time with other people in Kansas isn’t always a fun and relaxing trip. While I love my in-laws, these visits often involve a great deal of stress, especially if one family member feels that we haven’t spent enough time with him or her. Chris finished school and got settled back at home in April, and I told him that we needed to take a trip with just the two of us this year. I explained that I didn’t want to slight his family, but as a young, married couple, we need time to travel and explore our own interests also. After much discussion of where
to go and what we could afford, we decided to take a cruise to the Bahamas. I’ve cruised once before with some friends from college, but this was Chris’ first time on a huge ship. We loved the all-inclusive atmosphere. We didn’t have to find a hotel room or figure out where to eat – the cruise did all that for us. We didn’t have to rent a car. Shows and nightlife were included. We had a swimming pool onboard, and when we were in port, we could get off the ship and practically step right into the ocean. It was a great first vacation, and not only that, we had a day at sea where we had nothing to worry about except relaxing and enjoying our vacation. If I’m on a trip, I usually feel badly about sleeping late because that wastes the time I have to see as many places as possible, but on a ship at sea, you don’t have to worry about that. I didn’t feel the least bit upset that I slept until noon during our day at sea. Now that we’ve figured out that vacationing together can actually be fun and relaxing, I have a feeling we won’t wait another four years to take a vacation. We’re still deciding between an Alaskan cruise, Scotland, Canada, or going back to Germany and actually seeing more of the country than we saw when we lived there. I can’t wait!
I was told some decades ago that my life would pass like the seasons of the year. With lifeexpectancy hovering at roughly around 80 years, my wise counselor said that we can divide our lives into four seasons of 20 years each. The first 20 years of life is spring. Life is new and young. Flowers bloom and the grass is green. Everything is just beginning – childhood, adolescence, young adulthood. In the spring we begin to plant the seeds that in time will grow, bloom, and eventually be harvested. The entire year – all other seasons – lay out before us, and we want to get to them as quickly as we can. The next 20 years compose summer. The days are long and warm. We have time to work, love, and play. The seeds we planted in the spring, we now cultivate, water, and fertilize. And we plant many, many, more seeds. Everything is growing, sometimes productively, and sometimes in a weedy, tangled mess. We fight floods and drought, good times and bad, working with the soil and farm that is uniquely ours. The third season of the year/life, of course, is autumn, the great time of harvest. In our forties and fifties and stretching into our sixties, we begin to reap what we have sown. Our children become adults, and move toward the summer of their own lives. Our careers and ideas about life reach maturity. The colors begin to change, on top of our heads and on our chins. Traditionally, autumn is the most productive time of our lives, the “prime of life.” Maybe we should think of the prime of life as Robert Raines defines it; prime as in prime rib. “Everybody is eating off of me,” he said. In autumn we attempt to raise our children, for who we are too out-ofstep, and try to relate to parents for who we are too radical, all while working toward a harvest that simply will not wait. There is a lot to do, and balancing it all is not always easy. In some cases, the harvest
season becomes so overwhelming that people leave more to rot in the field that they take into the barn. Finally, there is the winter, the last 20 or so years of our lives. There are still crops to harvest, and there are still a few seeds to plant, though not always in the big back yards or sprawling farms of life. We plant and cultivate in little flower pots and hanging baskets, the days much shorter. In the winter we pass along to others the planting seeds we have gathered from our own lives. It is that time of life when we prepare others for their seasons and for the lives they must live, giving away the tools and the provisions that once sustained us. Now, this analogy isn’t perfect and the seasons aren’t as compartmentalized as maybe I have made it sound, but neither is the weather or the seasons of the year. Sometimes it’s hot enough to get sunburn in December. Sometimes it snows on the 4th of July. Sometimes we harvest in February and plant in November. And it’s not always clear where people are in their lives. There are fast-learners and latebloomers; and you can be living in multiple seasons all at the same time. We cannot stop the movement of our lives, from growing older or moving from summer to winter. The issue at hand is not, “How do I stop the passage of time?” The issue is “What am I going to do with the time that I have?” Spring, summer, fall, and winter: Which ever season your life calls home, what are you going to do within that season of life, for time is always of the essence? Returning to one of my favorite quotes (and people), Mark Twain said, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” Amen, Brother Twain; it’s time to get busy. Ronnie McBrayer is a syndicated columnist, speaker, and author. His books include “Leaving Religion, Following Jesus” and “The Jesus Tribe.”
CHESTER COUNTY INDEPENDENT • Thursday, August 25, 2011
CITY OF HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT August 19, 2011 James Paul Neisler, 31, 515 E Main St., was arrested and charged with promotion of methamphetamines, initiation of process to manufacture methamphetamines, possession of drug paraphernalia and counterfeit controlled substance. He is held in the Chester County jail in lieu of a $50,000 bond. Quintaurious Dernelle Perry, 26, 105 Bond Cemetery Road, was arrested and charged with driving on a canceled/revoked or suspended license and evading arrest. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $2,000 bond. August 20, 2011 Jeremy D. Moten, 23, Jackson, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) and violation of the implied consent law. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $1,250 bond. James Douglas Williams, 47, 597 Sanford Apt 201, was arrested and charged with driving on a canceled/revoked or suspended license. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $750 bond. August 21, 2011 Paul Edward Martin Jr., 26, Jackson, was arrested and charged with two counts of sexual battery, theft under $500, aggravated burgarly and domestic assault. He is held in the Chester County jail in lieu of a $25,000 bond. CITY OF HENDERSON FIRE DEPARTMENT August 16, 2011 2:09 p.m. – 131 Cason Dr., Freed-Hardeman University, Dixon Hall, false alarm. August 17, 2011 12:23 a.m. – 498 Regina Dr., vehicle fire. CHESTER COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT August 15, 2011 The IRS contacted a local resident informing that her identity had been used on someone else’s income tax return, resulting in an overage on her return. A theft of seven air conditioner units was reported. The units had been stored on Williams Road. According to the report, the units contained copper, which was estimated at a value of $1,000. Michael Hallman, 23, 2095 Simmons Road, was arrested and charged with theft of property $1,000 to $9,999, attempted burglary and failure to appear. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $25,000 bond. Damion Jerril Trice, 23, 442 Beechwood, was arrested and charged with simple domestic assault. He was released from the Chester County jail on probation. August 16, 2011 A home on Opal Lane was reportedly broken into. Nothing was known to be missing at the time of the report, but vandalism was reported. According to the report, a brick had been thrown through the back door, resulting in $500 in damage, three pieces of the wooden fence was taken
down, and a drum set valued at $300 had been removed from the home, and left damaged by the opening in the fence. A Jensen seven-inch indash television valued at $325 was reportedly stolen from a vehicle on Frankie Lane. August 17, 2011 Heather Cynthia Burnes, 18, 564 Cedarhurst Dr., was arrested and charged with theft of property $500 or less. She was released from the Chester County jail on furlough. Jimmy Dewayne Gau, 50, Jackson, was arrested and charged with failure to appear. He was released from the Chester County jail, and his original bond was reinstated. Brandon Nicholas Huff, 33, Beech Bluff, was arrested and charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance, possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, possession of a VI controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and promotion of methamphetamines. He is held in the Chester County jail in lieu of a $50,000 bond. April Marie Turnbow, 30, Beech Bluff, was arrested and charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance, possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and promotion of methamphetamines. She is held in the Chester County jail in lieu of a $50,000 bond. August 18, 2011 A Hurst Road resident reported their shed had been gone through and trailers were missing. The trailers were later found, damaged, at the property line, as well as metal from the cabin, and an unknown red and white Honda t h r e e - w h e e l e r. Additionally, the fence had been cut. An old hand plow valued at $35 was reported missing from a yard on Old Jackson Road. Two bicycles were reportedly stolen from a carport on Old Finger Road. The bicycles were described as a maroon Schwinn Cruiser valued at $200, and a blue and gray NEXT 18-speed valued at $120. Joshua Lee Parker, 30, 342 N Church Ave., was arrested and charged with violation of probation (General Sessions). He is held in the Chester County jail without bond. August 19, 2011 Vicky Jean Ables, 43, 302 Steed St., was arrested and charged with two counts of fraudulent use of a credit/debit card, aggravated burglary, and theft of property $1,000 to $9,999. She was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $50,000 bond. Susan Elizabeth Rietz, 41, Finger, was arrested and charged with theft property $1,000 to $9,999. She was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $500 bond. August 20, 2011 A Chester County resident reported having been bitten by a dog while walking on Silerton Road. He reportedly did not need treatment. Melissa Natasha Hollingsworth, 24, 204 Harmon St., was arrested and charged with vandal-
ism. She is held in the Chester Count jail in lieu of a $25,000 bond. Danny C. Mosier, 50, 1560 Silerton Road, was arrested and charged with vandalism. He was released from the Chester County jail for a mental evaluation. August 21, 2011 A Chester County resident reported the possible vandalism of plants at her Hwy 200 home. According to the report, two bushes valued at $50 and grass along a fence line has died. Mitchell Dale Bingham, 27, Bath Springs, was arrested and charged with driving on a canceled/revoked or suspended license, violation of the open container act, simple possession, and possession of a schedule IV controlled substance. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $25,000 bond. Angela Dawn Bishop, 26, 262 Simmons Road, was arrested and charged with bond forfeiture. She is held in the Chester County jail without bond. Barbara Wood, 35, 2435 Old Jacks Creek Road, was arrested and charged with vandalism. She was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $2,000 bond. August 22, 2011 Timothy Tyler Jones, 20, 4940 St. Rt. 100W, was arrested and charged with domestic assault. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $250 bond. CHESTER COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT No reports. CHESTER COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD No reports. CHESTER COUNTY GENERAL SESSIONS COURT Roberta Buttrum, Lexington, pled guilty to two counts of writing worthless checks up to $500. She was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County jail, furloughed, suspended, except one day, with one day credit, and ordered to pay court costs plus $100 in fines. Willard E. Evans, Jr., was charged with burglary, theft of property $1,000 to $10,000, resisting stop, arrest, search, and tampering with evidence. He was waived to the action of the Grand Jury. Cody Tyler McIntyre, Finger, pled guilty to writing worthless checks up to $500. He was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County jail, all suspended and ordered to pay court costs plus $100 in fines and $45 restitution. Supervised. Stevie L. Mooney, 25, Enville, was charged with manufacture/deliver/sell/p ossession of schedule II controlled substance, manufacture/deliver/sell/p ossession of schedule IV controlled substance, schedule VI controlled substance – FAC, and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia uses and activities. He was waived to the action of the Grand Jury. Richard Jerome Shorter, 56, Okolona, Miss., was charged with theft of property $60,000 or more. He was waived to the action of the Grand Jury. Cameron Orion King, 19, Butlerville, Ind., was charged with rape of a child and statutory rape.
He was waived to the action of the Grand Jury. Billy W. Denham Sr., 55, Jacks Creek, was charged with domestic assault. He was waived to the action of the Grand Jury. Terry Rowland, 42, Hillview Manor Apt. 605, was found guilty of theft of services $500 or less. He was sentenced to 11 months and 29 years in the Chester County jail, all suspended, supervised, and ordered to pay $164 in restitution. Joshua Jermaine Arnold, 37, 1111 Tucker Cove, was charged with theft of property $1,000 to $10,000 and criminal simulation. He was waived to the action of the Grand Jury. William Kenny Cohen, 50, 3310 Glendale Road, was charged with two counts rape of a child. He was waived to the action o the Grand Jury. Gary Lynn Hart, 48, 521 Frankie Lane, was charged with vandalism up to $500, cruelty to animals, disorderly conduct, and possession of a weapon with intent to go armed. He was waived to the action of the Grand Jury. CHESTER COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Jimi Lynn Greene, 30, Savannah, was found guilty of count one, promoting manufacture of methamphetamine; count two, possession of drug paraphernalia; counts three/four, driving on restricted license fifth offense; and count five, violation of the vehicle financial responsibility act. Count one: he was sentenced to 12 years in a TDOC facility at a 60 percent release eligibility, receiving credit for time served pretrial, to serve 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County jail, prior to release on probation. He was ordered to pay court costs plus $1,000 in fines, and to successfully complete an alcohol and drug assessment and recommendations. Count two: He was sentenced to six years in a TDOC facility at a 60 percent release eligibility, receiving credit for time served, to serve 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County jail, concurrent with count one. He was ordered to pay court costs plus $1,000 in fines. Counts three/four merged: He was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County jail, receiving credit for time served pretrial, to serve a minimum of 75 percent prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. Count five: He was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County jail, receiving credit for time served pretrial, to serve a minimum of 75 percent prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. Jocklyn Robertson, 58, 448 Beechwood St., was found to be in violation of Community Corrections. His probation was revoked and he was ordered to serve the original sentence imposed, 10 years in a TDOC facility. Anthony L. White, 21, Finger, was found to be in violation of Community Corrections. His probation was revoked and reinstated.
Obituaries E.W. Pickett Date of Death – Aug. 15, 2011 Ernest Wilson “E.W.” Pickett, 76, of Enville, passed away Aug. 15, 2011, at McNairy County Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held Aug. 18 at Shackelford – Johnson Chapel with Bro. Ken Frye officiating. Burial followed in Milledgeville Cemetery. He was born in McNairy County, Tenn., the son of the late Woodrow and Bertha Moore Pickett. He lived at Enville all of his life. He drove a truck and worked as a mechanic, operating his own radiator repair and machine shop. He later returned to trucking. He married Bessie Whittimore in 1979. He was employed by the Tennessee Department of Transportation as a mechanic in the Jackson office, retiring after 25 years of service. He was a Baptist in belief. He was an avid deer and rabbit hunter and enjoyed horseshoes. He is survived by his wife, Bessie Pickett of Enville; daughters, Brenda Pickett, Midge Petty (Eric), Tammy Jones, Lesa Jones (Eddie), all of Henderson, Betty Hawkins, Gayle Daines (Daniel) and Kay Sweat, all of Enville; a son, Gene A. Pickett of Henderson; stepchildren, Rose Clayton of Covington and Wayne McKenzie of Enville; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; three sisters, Carolyn Johnson of Southhaven, Miss., and Freda Alexander and Glenda Alexander both of Milledgeville; and two brothers, Quay Pickett of Henderson and Terry Lynn Pickett of Milledgeville.
Lavene ‘Beanie’ Freeman Date of Death – Aug. 19, 2011 Emma Lavene “Beanie” Priddy Freeman, 89, of Henderson, passed away Aug. 19, 2011, at Chester County Healthcare in Henderson. Funeral services were held Aug. 22 at Shackelford – Casey Chapel with Rev. Ronnie Geary, Rev. Eric Martin and Don Maness officiating. Burial followed in Henderson City Cemetery. She was born and reared in the New Friendship community of Chester County, the daughter of the late James Henry and Leola Jane Phillips Priddy. She graduated from Pinson High School in 1941. In 1945, she married Robert Lee Freeman. They made their home in Henderson until 1956 when they moved to Memphis. She was employed by Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation from 1941 until 1948 and Sears’s Mail Order Store in Memphis from 1959 until retirement in 1980. Mrs. Freeman and her husband Robert returned to Henderson in August 1988, where they had made their home ever since. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star since 1948, Holiday Ramblers Travel Club, very active in civic matters, and a member of the Grace Baptist Church in Henderson. She is survived by her husband, Robert Lee Freeman of Henderson; a sister, Mary Nelle Maness of Lantana, Fla.; a niece, Judy Smith (Jack) of Jackson, Tenn.; two nephews, Don Maness (Barbara) of Lantana and Dan Maness of Wellington, Fla. Memorials can be made to the Grace Baptist Church Building Fund, 1202-A US Highway 45 North, Henderson, TN 38340 Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Aug. 25, 2011
Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Aug. 25, 2011
Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Aug. 25, 2011
Wanda June Ulmer Date of Death – Aug. 16, 2011 Wanda June Ulmer, 80, of Henderson, died Aug. 16, 2011. Funeral services were held Aug. 19 at Waite and Son Funeral Home in Medina, Ohio. Shackelford – Casey Chapel in Henderson was in charge of local arrangements. Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Aug. 25, 2011
Gospel Concert There will be a gospel singing from 1-3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 4, at Old Path Baptist Church, Hwy. 22A South at Enville. The featured singers will be Master’s Call from Jackson. There will be a potluck fellowship meal at noon. A love offering will be taken. For information, call Bro. Paul Peterson at 610-7364. Pastor of the church is Larry Holley.
Youth Day at Harvest Time Church Harvest Time Church of God in Christ, 414 Beechwood St. in Henderson, will celebrate its first annual Youth Day at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 28. Minister Jatarius Boyd of Lighthouse Church of God in Christ of Brownsville will speak. For information, call 731438-0539, 731-234-8448, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Food Pantry A free food pantry is set up for the needy only from 9-11 a.m. on the third
O’Neal Deming Sept. 28, 1924 – Dec. 2, 2010 Anderson O’Neal Deming was born in Chester County, the son of the late James Pruitt and Exie Deming. He honorably served the United States Navy in World War II from 1943 to 1946. O’Neal also served as sheriff of Chester County from 1954 to 1956. He spent the majority of the rest of his working career with the former Chickasaw Area Development Agency. He is survived by two daughters and one son, Janette Mathers (Jerry) of Humble Texas, Beth Deming Vaughan and Andy Deming, both of Destin, Fla.; nine grandchildren, Jason and Josh Mathers; Taylor, Haley and Tanner Vaughan; Jeremy, Bethany, Zachary and Brooklyn Deming; and one sister, Patty Ross of Nashville. In addition to his parents, O’Neal was preceded in death by one daughter, Annette; one son, Calvin O’Neal; and one brother, Raymond Deming. Anderson O’Neal Deming requested many times before his death on Dec. 2, 2010, that there would be no funeral, memorial services or obituaries written. The family has honored his request up to this point, but felt that there were still friends that need to know of his passing. Ode to a Kind Soul In Memory of O’Neal Deming By Ray Deming, Jr. The shirt off my back? Sure, you can have it Take my coat also; I won’t need it for a bit You need a ride? Sure, I can take you there You never know when I might need your care You’re thirsty? Give that man a cold one Your money’s no good, as long as I have some What did you say Lord? You need more from me Took care of that also, UT Medical gets my body, you see!
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‘Left out’ In November of 2007, it was reported that a 13-yearold committed suicide because of bullying. This is not the only example that has made it to the national headline news recently. How many more go unnoticed or unreported throughout the country and the world. Do you know anyone who feels left out, out of place, or just does not fit in? It may be for reasons different from bullying, such as physical features, social or intellectual abilities and interests, or traumatic change in one’s life. Whatever the reason, feeling left out or that we are not wanted can be a monumental and debilitating existence in our life. There is no easy answer to the feelings, that we are unloved, unwanted, or a square peg in a round hole. We all desire to fit in and to belong. It is unfortunate that we live in a world where evil does exist and many people live very comfortably within this sphere of influence. With the temptation to feel accepted and to belong so very strong, it may be our belief that we need to conform to the group we most seek to be accepted. Thus we set about to change the real me to be more like what we imagine is acceptable or necessary, a change that is superficial at best, and may be heading toward evil at worst. These behaviors seem OK… gossip, materialism, drug use, promiscuity, bullying, self-centeredness, dishonesty, etc., as so many engage in them. We need healthy pursuits and should treat each other as we ourselves expect to be treated (Matthew 7:21), as we seek fulfillment and happiness. Steven Spielberg once described himself as “always the kid who was chosen last or next to last in a game of pickup baseball.” Not that I speak in respect to lack, for I have learned in whatever state I am, to be content in it (Philippians 4:11). There are always healthy choices and help. This is Sunrise.
Thursday of each month, at Montezuma United Methodist Church. Take Hwy. 45 South from Henderson, turn right on Montezuma Road (across from Estes Church of Christ), the church is located three miles on the right. Drive around to the back of the church.
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Johnson Cross Roads Primitive Baptist Church
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Iceberg straight ahead!
CC Library Used Book Sale The Chester County Library Used Book Sale will continue until the end of August. New donations come in every day. All proceeds will go toward the building fund.
Civitan Club meeting Donna Broyles, director of Southern Oaks retirement center, will be the guest speaker at the Thursday, Aug. 25 meeting of the Henderson Civitan Club in the FHU Alumni Center, 243 White Ave. Light refreshments will be served at 5:30 p.m.; the program will begin at 6 p.m. Also at the meeting will be Jessica Reddin. She works with E911 and will explain the Code Red system for telephone notification of potentially hazardous weather. Reddin will be prepared to sign up Civitans and visitors for the weather alerts.
Special Needs Athletics Baseball The SNA Fall Baseball Season will start Thursday, Aug. 25, and run every Thursday for 10 weeks. All games, unless otherwise noted, will be played at the West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex, Complex 1, Field 1 (behind Sparky’s Pizza). Games will be played at 6:30 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. Special Needs Athletics provides individuals with special needs the opportunity to play sports year-round. If you know of someone that would be interested in joining Special Needs Athletics, you can find more information at www.specialneedsathletics.org or call Mona DeFord at 731-343-1627.
CC Marching Eagles Carwash The Chester County Marching Eagles will have a carwash from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at Chester County Junior High School. Donations will be accepted. They will also be collecting canned goods and diapers for the Carl Perkins Child Abuse Center.
Enville Fun Day The annual Enville Fun Day will be held on Saturday, Aug. 27, and is sponsored by the Enville Fire Department and Enville Community Club. Scheduled events include barbecued pork, chicken, bologna and trimmings ready at 11 a.m.; hamburgers, tacos, nachos and cheese, popcorn and ice cream also available; dunking booth all day; children’s games from noon to 1 p.m.; parade at 2 p.m.; horse shoes, husband and wife calling contest, hog calling and tobacco spitting contests from 3-4 p.m.; talent/lip sync contest, $5 entry fee from 4-5 p.m.; supper meal at 5 p.m.; cakewalk at 6 p.m.; and street dance with the Tommy Phillips Band from 7-10 p.m.; drawing for $100 and $50 at 9 p.m. For information, call Linda Phillips at 688-5470 or Jan Johnson at 688-5129.
Davis Reunion The Davis family reunion will be on Sunday, Aug. 28, at the New Friendship Fellowship Center. The potluck meal will begin at 12:30 p.m. Everyone is asked to bring old pictures. For information, call Wanda Cook at 989-3724.
Civitan Club accepting orders for Boston Butts Members of the Henderson Civitan Club are accepting orders for slow-cooked Boston Butt roasts to be picked up on Friday, Sept. 2, between 4 and 6 p.m. at the Farmer’s Market shed on North Church St. The pork roasts, which average seven pounds, are $30 and must be preordered by Aug. 29 and prepaid by a check made to the Henderson Civitan Club and given to a Civitan or mailed to the club at P.O. Box 622, Henderson, TN 38340. Orders should include the name and telephone number of the person who will be picking up the roast or roasts. Because of the upcoming Labor Day weekend and the repeat customers, ordering in advance is important. Orders may be telephoned to Dr. J. D. Thomas, club president at 989-4995 or 431-4007 or e-mailed to him at email@example.com.
Benefit planning meeting for Dobber Dyer There will be a benefit planning meeting for Dobber Dyer at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30, in the UT Extension Conference Room (Old Public Safety Building). For more information, call Penny at 695-3154 or Renee at 225-8592.
Relay For Life Wrap Up The wrap up meeting for Chester County Relay For Life will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30, in the upstairs of the Henderson City Hall. All committee members and team captains are urged to attend this meeting. If you have questions, contact Teresa King at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Sports Physicals Free sports physicals will be provided to high school and junior high athletes from 1:30-5 p.m. every Thursday, at Main Street Family Medicine, 1306 Hwy. 45 North in Henderson. This service is to help support the local teams and families of Chester County. Bring your sports form completed and signed by a parent or legal guardian. For information, call 989-9899.
Family Council meeting at CCH There will be a Family Council meeting at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, at Chester County Healthcare in the Main Dining Room. The guest speaker will be Larry
McKenzie, local judge and attorney. The topic will be Advance Directives and Power of Attorney. The public is welcome to attend. RSVP by Aug. 29 to Social Services at 9897598.
CCHS Class of 1956 Reunion The Chester County High School Class of 1956 will have a reunion on Saturday, Sept. 3, at Whisker’s Restaurant in Henderson. Class members will meet at 10 a.m. and eat at 11:30 a.m. Call Janis McCall at 989-2148 for reservations.
Remember the first Saturday in September? The “good ole days” of the first Saturday in September will return from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. located off Rex Road in Henderson. Barbecue, hamburgers, hot dogs, ice cream, drinks, and more will be available. For more information, call 608-4611 or 608-2501.
Sanford Rodgers Cemetery meeting At 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, those interested in the Sanford Rodgers Cemetery will gather for their annual meeting regarding the cemetery upkeep. There will be a potluck meal afterward.
CC Training School/Vincent High Reunion An All-Class Reunion for Chester County Training School/Vincent High School and families will be held on Saturday, Sept. 3, at North Chester School, 186 Luray Ave. in Henderson. The day will begin with brunch from 9 a.m. to noon and end with a prom/banquet from 6 p.m. to midnight. Cost is $35 per person. T-shirts are also available for purchase. For information and/or fees, contact Annette Johnson, 350 Sunshine Road, Henderson, TN 38340 or call 9894551.
H.I.S. Employee Reunion There will be an H.I.S. employee reunion from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, at the Saltillo Community Center. Bring a covered dish and come see old friends.
McNairy Horse Show McNairy County Equine Association will have its monthly show at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, with 24 classes to show in. Located on McNairy Central Road at the fairgrounds. Contact David at (731) 343-2014 or Ray at (731) 610-5534 for more information.
Braly Reunion The John and Will Braly family reunion will be held at noon on Sunday, Sept. 4, at the Sagamore Lodge at Chickasaw State Park. Bring a covered dish for lunch. All relatives and friends are invited.
Masseyville-Woodville Fundraiser The Masseyville-Woodville Fire Department will hold its annual Labor Day fundraiser on Monday, Sept. 5. There will be whole hog barbecue by the pound or sandwich, along with hamburgers and hot dogs. A cakewalk will begin at 12:30 p.m. There will also be a drawing for a country ham and a $100 bill. Make your plans to attend.
Miss Barbecue Festival Pageant The Miss Barbecue Festival Pageant will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17, Chester County Middle School in Williams Auditorium. The entry fee is $20; after Sept 9, the entry fee will be $25. Ages 0-9 Casual Wear only; ages 10-18 Pageant Wear only. Entry forms can be picked up at Clayton Bank and Trust, sponsor of the event. All proceeds will benefit Relay For Life. For more information, call 989-2161.
Pinson Mounds Archaeofest The Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Park will host its 29th Annual Archaeofest from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17, and from noon-5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18. The event is free and open to the public; rain or shine. The weekend event is a celebration of Native American Culture and Archaeology. Activities include Native American dancers and drummers performing both traditional and contemporary; hay wagon tours; storytelling; Native American foods and crafts; wildlife programs (birds of prey and reptiles); flint knapping; and archaeologists on site for artifact identification. Other programs available are weapons and tools, nature hikes and tours. For more information, contact park staff at 988-5614.
Eagle Baseball Four-Man Scramble The Eagle Baseball Four-Man Scramble will begin at 8 a.m. (shotgun start) on Saturday, Sept. 24, at Chickasaw Golf Course. Cost is $300 per team; 18 team limit. For information, call Mike Goff at 731267-0583.
Miss Pretty in Pink Pageant The first annual Miss Pretty in Pink Pageant will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Selmer Community Center. This pageant is a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and all proceeds will go to Relay For Life. Application deadline: Before Sept. 12, $20; after Sept. 12, $25; day of pageant, $30. Age divisions will be from birth to 23 plus years/Miss or Mrs. For more information, call Callie Forman at
Photo by Mary Mount Dunbar, Independent
Icebergs in Henderson aren’t a typical sight during August, but at Teague-Noles 45 Auto Mart, a two-ton ice mountain slowly melts in the August sun. Jeff Teague and Joe Noles had the massive structure built on their front lot as part of their “Summer Meltdown Anniversary Sale.” Customers and visitors had an opportunity to guess when the iceberg will melt completely, and the winner will receive a two-night, threeday getaway in the city of their choice. Teague-Noles said they would furnish a twonight stay in a four star hotel and $300 spending money for the winner. In the meantime, the iceberg slowly, turns into a puddle because the August sun is unforgiving, even to an iceberg in Henderson.
Southwest hires planners With the recent elimi- the counties of Hardeman nation of the regional plan- and Haywood. ners from the Tennessee SWTDD’s planning Department of services Economic & include Community attendance Development’s at planning payroll, cities and/or board and counties of zoning a c r o s s appeals Te n n e s s e e meetings; were faced with assistance a dilemma in preparregarding ing/reviewmaintaining the ing of long planning servrange work ices on which programs; they’ve come preparation THOMAS to depend. of compreSKEHAN Through the hensive efforts of plans, Public Southwest Chapter Te n n e s s e e 1 1 0 1 Development G r o w t h District and its Manageexecutive ment Plans board, several and amendcities and two ments, and counties came other plantogether to ning studies share the and docuexpense of m e n t s ; contracting for preparation SHELTON the services of of land use MERRELL two regional controls for planners. adoption, Shelton Merrell and implementation and Thomas Skehan have enforcement by local combeen hired by SWTDD to munity officials, including fill the cooperative role. but not limited to zoning The communities that ordinances, subdivision have united are the cities regulations, flood plain of Bolivar, Brownsville, management regulations, Henderson, Lexington, or other land use controls; Parsons and Stanton and review of development
proposals; advice and assistance to administrators of zoning, subdivision regulations and other land use controls. Merrell and Skehan also will provide training for planning commissions, boards of zoning appeal and local administrators; assist in providing information and interpretation on planning programs/activities to the public through meetings and conferences, news releases and presentations; and provide advice and assistance on matters relating to state, federal, and regional programs that affect planning and implementation. For more information about SWTDD’s planning services, contact Shelton (email@example.com or 731.668.6430) and T h o m a s (firstname.lastname@example.org or 731-668-6429).
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“The honey of the human soul”
Arts come in a variety of forms, many of which were on display Thursday at Henderson Arts Commission’s monthly Arts in the Alley in downtown Henderson.
Dirt Pilgrims, one of the more popular groups to perform at Arts in the Alley, returned with their version of offbeat, quirky music.
MR. AND MRS. JEREMY ALLEN DURHAM
Holland – Durham wedding Heather Elise Holland and Jeremy Allen Durham were married in a beautiful ceremony on March 5, 2011, at the Lighthouse Church in Jackson, Tenn. Parents of the couple are Tony and Andrea Holland of Jacks Creek, Tenn., and Randy and Marie Durham of Beech Bluff, Tenn. Officiating the ceremony was Pastor Donald Lance of Jackson and Bro. Taylor Jones, cousin of the groom, of Beech Bluff. Grandparents of the bride are Lance and Ann Bailey of Luray, Tenn. Grandparents of the groom are Lester and Ileen Durham, Jimmy and Roberta Mizell and Neal Loyd all of Beech Bluff. Music was provided by Jason and Mikhale Avant. Bro. Avant sang “Gonna Marry Your Daughter,” and Sister Avant sang, “Mama’s Song” as the grandparents and mothers walked down the aisle. The bridesmaids, all wearing zebra jackets, black skirts and pink sashes with matching colored clutches and shoes, entered to the song, “You’re My Best Friend.” The bride, looking very stunning, then entered the room on the arm of her father, to the song “My Girl.” Matron of Honor was Ashley Barnes of Lexington, sister of the bride, and Maid of Honor was Brittany Bailey of Luray, cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Ashley Durham of Beech Bluff, sister of the groom; Amy Peterson and Haylee Taylor, both of Henderson, and Heather Stone Yelverton of Pinson, friends of the bride. Best Man was Taylor Jones, cousin of the groom, and Randy Durham, father of the groom, both of Beech Bluff. Groomsmen were Brian Grisham and Blake Greenway, both of Jackson, friends of the groom; and Jason Durham, brother of the groom, and Richard Durham, uncle of the groom, both of Beech Bluff. Flower girl was Ella Cargile, cousin of the bride, from Birmingham, Ala. Ring bearer was Peyton Durham of Beech Bluff, nephew of the groom. Aleigha Young of Jackson, a special friend of the bride and groom, announced the entrance of the bride. Ushers were Wade Bailey of Luray, uncle of the bride, and Joel Barnes of Lexington, brother-in-
law of the bride. Melanie Peter, Madison Taylor, Beth Hearn and Jordan Patterson presided at the guest registers. The guests were all invited to a beautiful reception with a five-tier black and white zebra print with strawberry cake inside. A guitar cake graced the groom’s table. Many delicious foods, fun, and party favors were enjoyed by all. We d d i n g / r e c e p t i o n coordinators were Carol Taylor Hames of Henderson, a special friend, and Sharon Wallace Shackleford of The Woodlands, Texas, cousin of the bride. Thanks also to Sister Angela Johnson; Sister Bridgett Lance; Krista Mortan; Brittany Polluck; Mikhale Avant; Vicki Dickson; Glenda Baker; Kim Thompson; Jama Durham; Lila’s Cake Shoppe in Lexington; Jessica Wise, photographer in Henderson; Cathy Huggins of Unity Baptist Church; Claudia Aleman from El Ranchitos in Henderson; Brothers Printing in Henderson; and Leah Carnell, for the flowers. After a honeymoon trip to the Smokey Mountains in Gatlinburg, Tenn., the couple resides in Jackson.
Pleasant evening temperatures helped attract a large audience including one young lady who simply could not keep her eyes open. The monthly Arts in the Alley attracts of a variety of audience members, some like this couple who just came to relax and enjoy the music. Photos by James A. Webb, Independent
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Victory in opener puts charge in CCHS By James A. Webb Editor-in-Chief
Chester County High School is 1-0 the season in football for the first time in three seasons after holding off Adamsville 126 Friday at Eagle Stadium. CCHS, which lost the season opener the last two years to the Cardinals, scored touchdowns in the first and third periods to build a 12-0 lead, then stopped Adamsville’s potential game-winning drive in the final minutes that reached the Chester County two-yard line. “The kids did not want to lose to Adamsville three years in a row. They were determined to protect their goal line,” said Chester County’s firstyear head coach Michael Hodum. “We did let it get away one time, and it could have cost us the game.” Instead, the Eagle defense forced misplays and lost yardage on both third and fourth down. Rather than allow the tying and potentially winning score, CCHS took over for the final time at the 33-yard line, and ran out the clock as the packed house of Eagle
fans roared with approval. Forcing a three play and punt possession by the Cardinals to begin the contest, CCHS started a 12-play 78 yard drive for the game’s first points. Using a no-huddle offense, the Eagles converted once on third down and another time on fourth down. Key plays on the drive included a 46-yard run by Cameron Phelps on second down and 18 yards to go. Also, quarterback Austin Cavaness threw for 11 yards to Ryan Turner on fourth down. The touchdown was scored by wideout Jake Malero on a slant pattern to the middle. Cavaness hit Malero near the goal line and he held on as three Adamsville defenders wrestled him to the ground in the end zone. The point after, however, was wide left, a pattern that held up for each team throughout the contest. A sack by the Eagles’ Tanner Beecham help thwart the next Adamsville drive, as neither team threatened to score the remainder of the first half. Abandoning the nohuddle in the second half,
Photo by James A. Webb, Independent
Ryan Turner, left, and Dillon Williams begin the celebration Friday in the late stages of the Chester County Eagles’ season-opening victory over Adamsville at Eagle Stadium. CCHS defeated the Cardinals 12-6 and face Hardin County in Savannah on Friday of this week. the Eagles again scored on their first possession of a half. Phelps broke free on an apparent 57-yard TD gallop on the first play from scrimmage in the third See CCHS, Page 2-B
CCHS travels to Hardin Friday Coming off its first season-opening victory in three years last week, Chester County hopes the good times continue this week when the Eagles travel to Savannah to take on Hardin County. The home team had a bye last week, and has not lost to Chester County in many years. Last year Hardin County won a hardfought 28-7 victory in a game which was much closer than the final score indi-
cates. “Hardin County is always a physical team,” asserted Hodum who inquired about how long the drought had been since a Chester County team had beaten the Tigers. “That could be a motivator for these kids. (But) they are believers now. They are going to work hard. We don’t want to go down there just to play a good game, we want to go win!” Kickoff in Savannah is 7 p.m.
High School Football Aug. 19 at Eagle Stadium Adamsville Chester County
0–0–6–0= 6 6 – 0 – 6 – 0 = 12
Unofficial Statistics: First Downs Rushing (atts., yds.) Passing (comp. Atts., int., yds.) Penalties, yards Fumbles, lost Punts, average
A 12 45-221 2-6-0=12 8-50 3-0 4, 38.0
CC 11 33-207 5-13-1=64 5-50 2-0 3, 30.0
Scoring Summary: First period: (5:46) CC – Jake Malero 13 pass from Austin Cavaness (kick failed), [0-6]. Second period: None. Third period: (6:58) CC – Cameron Phelps 2 run (Run failed), . (3:17) A – Dalton Plunk 2 run (kick failed), [6-12]. Fourth period: None.
Morton earns medalist in high school golf Chester County’s Zack Morton shot identical scores of 38 on consecutive days last week to claim medalist honors in both of the Eagles’ high school golf matches. Morton had the best individual score Aug. 15 at Pinetree Golf Club in
Lexington as the Eagles were edged by perennial prep golf favorite Lexington 171 to 174. Riverside shot 210 as a team. On Aug. 16 on his home course at Chickasaw Golf Club, Morton again shot a 38 as CCHS ran away
from Scotts Hill 168 to 229. For a complete list of the Chester County golf schedule and roster, check out the 2011 Fall Sports special section included in this edition of the Chester County Independent.
Cheer clinic is Saturday at Freed-Hardeman Photo by James A. Webb, Independent
Adamsville’s Zak Neary is going nowhere as Chester County defenders have him stopped in the backfield Friday at Eagle Stadium.
Kindergarten through eighth graders are invited to a Cheer Clinic at FreedHardeman University, from 9 a.m. until 2 pm. Saturday, Aug. 27. The clinic is sponsored by Freed-Hardeman University
Cheerleaders and takes place at Brewer Sports Center on the FHU campus. Cost is $25. For more information, contact the FHU Athletic Department at 989-6900, or email at email@example.com.
Junior Eagles take first two, host Univ. School Thursday
Photo courtesy McNairy County News
Jarett Wilson runs for big yardage for CCJHS in the Jamboree Monday at Selmer. (Additional photo Page 2-B.)
A pair of come-frombehind victories to start the season has Chester County Junior High football at 2-0 for the first time in several years. The Junior Eagles hope to continue the momentum tonight, Thursday, when they host University School of Jackson at 6:30 p.m. at Eagle Stadium. CCJHS won its opener 8-6 at Adamsville, coming from behind with a fourth quarter touchdown pass from Bo Morris to Braden Lott. Last week in Jackson, the Junior Eagles won over North Parkway 28-22 in double overtime. Tied at 14 after regulation,
Parkway went up 22-14 in the first overtime. Lott’s run brought CCJHS back within two, and Seth Lay ran in the tying points. In the final overtime, Lott’s six-yard run put the Junior Eagles up 28-22. Chester County’s defense then forced a fumble to end the game. The Junior Eagles rushed for 105 yards. Jarrett Wilson had 62 yards on 12 carries, and Chance Lott added 31 on six runs. Morris was 10 of 18 through the air for 214 yards and two scores. Ryan Stanfill caught six balls for 127 yards and one TD. Chester County’s offen-
sive line, nicknamed “the Great Wall of China,” is credited with much of the success. They are led by center Hunter Swope, plus Eric Arnold, Cole McEarl, Chase Knipper, Chase Johnson, and Tamarius Hollingsworth, the first sub in. In the McNairy County Jamboree Monday night, Chester County Junior High defeated Ramer 14-0 in two 10-minute periods. Braden Lott scored for CCJHS on an eight-yard run, and Morris teamed up with Wilson on a 12-yard scoring pass. Morris then passed to Stanfill for the two point conversion.
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FHU hosting Hall of Fame golf scramble The Freed-Hardeman University athletic department is hosting the Hall of Fame Classic fourman scramble golf tournament on Friday, Sept. 9, as part of the second annual Hall of Fame Weekend. The tournament will be played at Chickasaw Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus signature design just outside of Henderson, beginning with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Entry fee is $75 per player or $300 per team and includes green fees, cart and lunch. The winners of the championship flight will receive four passes to Spring Creek Ranch in Collierville, which is rated as the No. 2 course in the state of Tennessee by Golf Digest. Other prizes include passes to Ross Creek Landing Golf Club, Chickasaw Golf Club, and Covington Country Club, and gift certificates to Custom Golf in Jackson. Proceeds from the event benefit the FreedHardeman University men's and women's golf programs. For more information, contact John Armstrong at 731-989-6356 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Michael Atchison at 731989-6978, or email@example.com.
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CCHS quarter. However, the Eagles were called for an infraction bringing the ball back. But eight plays later, Phelps carried defenders in the final two yards giving CCHS what at the time appeared to be a comfortable 12-0 lead. A 49-yard run by Zak Neary setup the Cardinals with a first and goal, and his teammate Dalton Plunk put six points on the board for Adamsville with a two-yard run, cutting the lead to 12-6. CCHS misfired miserably on its next series, and punted the ball back to the fired up Cardinals who took over on their 42yard line with 17 seconds left in the third period. After three first downs, Adamsville faced a fourth down situation with eight minutes left to play in regulation, but John Reed Odom got three yards to keep the drive going when he needed only two. Two minutes later the Cardinals made good on a third down play. With a first down at Chester County’s twoyard line with only five minutes left, the Cards ran twice getting to the CCHS two, but needing only one more yard for a first down. However, they were penalized five yards for illegal motion and after a timeout to set up their final plays, the Adamsville quarterback bobbled the snap. A wild scramble ensued, and the Cards recovered 10 yards behind the line of scrimmage. Fortunately for CCHS, Adamsville repeated itself on the next play, and Chester County took over on downs at its own 21. Shortly thereafter, Phelps and his offensive line thrilled the home crowd and essentially ended the game with a determined 32-yard run, the last 20 with Cardinal defenders hanging on for dear life. “That was a huge hurdle that was thrown at us, (but) the kids believed they were supposed to
Freed-Hardeman University Lady Lion Volleyball team Photo by James A. Webb, Independent
Freed-Hardeman University, the three-time defending TranSouth volleyball champions, opens its season this weekend. For additional information, see the Chester County Independent’s Fall Sports special section, included with this edition.
Amateur Championship slated Sept. 10-11 at Chickasaw Golf Photo courtesy McNairy County News
Chester County’s Ryan Stanfill makes a leaping catch in Monday’s junior high football jamboree.
win the ballgame,” said Hodum. He noted there was little strategy during the Cardinals’ final drive, what with the CCHS defense highly fatigued, just lots of determination. “Adamsville gave us a hard time, they were ready for the no huddle, really prepared for it,” Hodum continued. “We came out in the second half and did not run the no
huddle, and the kids did a good job of adjusting.” Phelps finished the night with 148 yards rushing on 13 carries and was named the Chester County Bank Game Ball Award Winner. Zach Malone’s eight tackles on defense and good effort on the offensive line earned him the Premier Manufacturing Player of the Week honors.
Cavaness completed five of 13 passes for 64 yards and one touchdown. Will Taylor punted the ball three times for a 30-yard average. Each team had 50 yards in penalties, and there was only one turnover, an interception by the Cardinals on a “hail Mary” pass by the Eagles in the waning seconds of the first half.
Photo by James A. Webb, Independent
Jake Melaro leaps to grab a touchdown pass for Chester County in the first quarter of the Eagles’ victory Friday over Adamsville.
The 2011 Chester County Amateur Championship will be held Sept. 10-11 at Chickasaw Golf Course, just east of Chickasaw State Park. The event will be 36-hole stroke play and flighted by handicap or first round scores. The number of flights will be determined by the number of entries. Championship Flight will be by declaration. Entry fee of $100 includes two tournament rounds of golf, one complimentary practice round plus prizes and awards. Call 731-989-4700 or stop by the golf shop for registration. Entry deadline is Sept. 8.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Inside CCHS Hairspray are shows with large casts, so anyone interested is encouraged to audition. On that note, FreedHardemen University has
MEGHAN BLACK Remember that the yearbook staff would like this quote to be either from a music artist or from a song. Baby pages are due by Sept. 2; casual pictures are due by Sept. 30; and senior memories are due by Dec. 2. Keep in mind that the year-
book staff will not accept any of these items if they are turned in late. Yearbooks are on sale now and will be until November. The price of the yearbook is $80, but you can pay a $40 deposit or the full price to reserve a yearbook now. Give your money to Mrs. Matheney or a yearbook staff member. You can also order online at yearbooksforever.com. The CCHS Theatre Department has some exciting shows coming up this season. An encore of the community cast of Steel Magnolias will be the first show of the season on Sept. 23-24. Annie will be the high school’s fall musical Nov. 15–17. Hairspray will be the final show of the season in the spring. Annie and
come Logan McEarl to their class. Logan, who is Mrs. Emily’s niece, is a former West Chester student and is now a senior at Chester County High Schoo. She is coming to the classroom each day this year to assist with various things as part of her Service Learning class. Mrs. Emily and the students are keeping her very busy! Second-graders have been reading Henry and Mudge, learning all about Henry and his family going camping. Please read with your child every night. It is the most important thing parents can do
to help children become better readers! In English, students have been finding the subject and predicates in a sentence and in math students have been working on adding and subtracting, fact families, and writing addition and subtraction sentences. Please work with your child on adding and subtracting facts every night! West Chester thirdgraders are working on place value and addition facts. Teachers have set the goal at 50 addition facts in three to five minutes. Please practice addition facts at home with
your child. Before you know it, they will be learning multiplication facts! Third-grade teacher Cathy Whitehead is heading up a school-wide environmentally friendly project that you can help us with at home. We are asking that you save any chip bags or juice pouches (minus the straw please) such as Capri-Sun or KoolAid and send them to school. The program is called Terracycle and not only do these items get recycled, but our school earns money for them! Thank you families for all you do!
reviewing friendship from last week and introducing lessons on apologizing, bullying and forgiveness. Your child is learning valuable lessons each week and we love it when we see them putting into practice what they learn! This week in kindergarten, students began their reading series. They read the story, The Little School Bus. They learned about what a character is in a story. They also learned new sight words, “I” and “am.” They continued to learn colors and color words. Come check out their artwork in the hallway! You will find Clifford the Big Red Dog and Humpty Dumpty. Kindergarteners continued to practice procedures in the classroom. They also began going to the computer lab this week. Homework packs
started going home as well so be looking for those in your child’s backpack. First-graders will be reading Pig in a Wig this week and learning about words with the short “i” sound. They are preparing for their second spelling test which will be over short “i” words. They are also learning about pet care and being responsible. They have learned that all pets have needs such as shelter, love, exercise, food and water. Second-graders are working hard in math. They practiced addition and subtraction with problem solving and took their first chapter test last week. This week they are learning doubles facts and learning to add in any order. Second-graders read Exploring Space with
by Meghan Black School has started back and it’s hard to believe it has already been four weeks. Clubs and teams are preparing for an eventful year. Welcome back, everyone! This past Friday, we had our first pep rally of the year to cheer our football team on to victory in their first game of the season. It was all good fun and appeared to have been a success as the Eagles won that night with a score of 12 to 6. Congratulations, Eagles! Keep up the good work! Seniors have some important deadlines coming up for the yearbook. All senior quotes are due this Friday.
By Misty Hall You know the school year is in full swing when the PTO membership drive begins! Parents please help your child raise money for our school by asking friends, family, coworkers and neighbors to join our PTO for just $3. They do not have to attend meetings in order to become a member. Everybody loves an easy fundraiser! Just think about all the great things that PTO does for our school; playground equipment, classroom money, Fun Friday, free field trip shirts, and the list goes on! The drive ends Friday, Aug. 26. West Chester faculty and staff would like to extend our sympathy to Starla Bogard and her family in the loss of her mother-in-law. We would also like to welcome Phyllis Crawford to West Chester. She will be working closely with kindergarten students and teachers this year. Kindergarten students have finished their opening unit on colors. Students learned all about colors and how to mix primary colors to make new colors. They have begun studying letters with the book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Lois Ehlert. Kindergarten teachers want to say thank you to the parents for the great job they are doing keeping up with all new information coming home. Fi r s t - g r a d e r s h a v e been learning about making numbers to 12, the sounds of short “i” and final “x,” and living and nonliving things. The kids have been doing a good job returning their folders and reading books each day! Students also did a great job on their first big spelling test last week. Keep up the good work, first-graders! Parents are encouraged to make flashcards for the list of sight words that were sent home. Go over these often and make it fun for the kids by making a game out of it. Emily Brown’s firstgraders would like to wel-
By Carrie Sells East Chester had a super week last week. We had a good turnout for our first PTO meeting. Thank you, parents, for your support. We appreciate you very much! We are in the middle of our PTO Membership Drive, which continues through Friday of this week. We are asking each student to bring in a minimum of $4 for two PTO memberships. The money raised will go to benefit all students of East Chester. Each class that has 100 percent participation will get a popcorn party. The top classroom in each grade will be rewarded with a pizza party. We are gathering important data from our Reading and Math STAR Test results. Please encourage your child to do their best every day. The faculty and staff of East Chester are committed to doing their best every day as they strive to maintain a positive learning environment for all students. This week in physical education class, Janice Brown and Coach Chad Hanna are helping students to work on throwing and catching. Parents, please remember that your child has PE every day, so we need them to wear their tennis shoes. Brandi Welch is covering several topics in guidance this week. She is
invited any high school student interested to join them Aug. 29 for a workshop entitled “How to Audition for a Musical.” It will be from 3:30-5 p.m. at
the Blackbox Theater. If you are even remotely interested in auditioning for one of the musicals, you should come to the workshop.
Photo by Meghan Black, Independent
Chester County High School cheerleaders lead the first pep rally of the 2011 football season. The Eagles went on to win their match 12-6.
WLJT hosts Bikers for Books Poker Run Riders of all makes and models of motorcycles will join together for a run of approximately 150 miles through beautiful West Tennessee during WLJT’s 2011 Bikers for Books Poker Run on Saturday, Sept. 10. Each year WLJT conducts numerous “Countdown to Kindergarten” workshops that help prepare parents and children for the first year of school; mini-science museum days at area locations called “Rocky T’s FunZone”; and, through WLJT’s Reading Rangers — Ready to Lead in Literacy program. Help continue these
vital educational initiatives by participating in the 2011 Bikers for Books Poker Run on Sept. 10 as part of the 18th Annual Tennessee Soybean Festival. The event will start at the downtown Martin branch of First State Bank, with registration and start from 8– 9 a.m. The ride will end at the City of Martin Municipal Building with awards – including cash and merchandise prizes, door prizes and a 50/50 drawing at 3 p.m. For more information, contact Katrina Cobb at 800-366-9558 or 731-8817561.
an Astronaut where they learned facts about what astronauts do in space. Carrie Sells’ students made their own paper rockets and had a contest to see who could launch theirs the farthest. Gracie Eskew came in first place. Congratulations, Gracie! Third grade’s big news was helping Susan Patterson celebrate her birthday on Friday. Dr. Brian McCarver met her at the door in his white doctor’s coat and wheeled her down the hall. Her doom (room) was decorated with streamers and
there were rose petals leading to her desk. She was presented with a bouquet of dead flowers and birthday balloons. Every hour someone or a class appeared at her door to sing Happy Birthday. All of the third-grade teachers wore lots of bling to honor Mrs. Patterson on her special day! You will never guess how old she is… she certainly doesn’t look her age! We hope everyone has a safe and happy week. Pick up a book and read. That is what we will be doing!
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FHU to open new Teaching and Learning Ctr., Innovators’ Room
Isaac Gross performs with the Marching Eagles Band Friday at half-time of the CCHS football game.
The newly renovated Teaching and Learning Center and Innovators’ Room are set to open during the Fall 2011 semester, according to the Center for Instructional Technology at FreedHardeman University. These facilities, which are located in the BrownKopel Business Center, were developed by the CIT and IT staff to better serve FHU faculty and students. The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) will feature a soundproof
room, which includes a Mac Pro, two displays, a web camera and a microphone; this equipment will allow faculty to produce podcasts and video casts to enhance their lectures. A digital commons area will be used to watch tutorials and house faculty technology references. Patrick Bolton, an FHU instructional technologist, was involved in researching and designing the TLC. He says, “It is a location where the faculty can work on special projects and take advantage of
Thursday, Aug. 25. So far, we have had two games and have won each of them! We hope to keep up the winning streak! The girls’ softball team played their first game at Eagle field on Aug. 16 against Jackson Christian School. The girls’ softball team played Tuesday and will play Thursday against Lexington. The girls’ soccer team played their first game on Monday, played again on Tuesday and will play Friday at home against McNairy County. All soccer games begin at 5:30 p.m. If you get a chance, come and support these fine athletes and coaches.
for the second consecutive year, prior to the Jackson Generals game this Saturday, Aug. 27. They will also be dancing and cheering in the stands during the game! Game time is 6:05 p.m. All friends and family are encouraged to come out and show your support. Progress Reports will go out on Thursday, Sept. 1. Ask your child to see his/hers. If you have questions, or want to talk to a particular teacher about your child’s grades, call or email to find out the best time to meet with them. Check out the updated website at www.chester-
countyschools.org. There is quite a bit of information that you might find useful about the junior high: Sports schedules, club information, policies in place, lunch menus and the school calendar. Under the resources tab and guidance link, you will find several websites that both parents and students might find helpful for many reasons. Individual teacher email addresses are listed, as well. Don’t forget that school will be dismissed on Friday, Sept. 2, for a staff development day and there will be no school on Monday, Sept. 5, in observance of Labor Day.
Photo by James A. Webb, Independent
Horn ‘o plenty
By Ally Rogers There is a lot of Eagle excitement in the air at the junior high! We will have a pep rally on Thursday, Aug. 25, to honor all of this season’s teams. The Eagles will host their first home football game against University School of Jackson at 6:30 p.m. on
Good luck and GO EAGLES! Student Council will be selecting new members soon. Essays are due on Sept. 1 and interviews will be on Sept. 8. Diane Ivery, Olivia Bradford and Tommie Kirk are sponsors of the student council. I hope you all will make plans to attend the first meeting of the “Eagles Nest” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30, in the gym. This will be an organizational meeting for parents interested in helping the junior high faculty, staff and students. The CCJHS cheerleaders will be performing on the field at Pringles Park,
the more powerful Macs and more robust software.” The Innovators’ Room is equipped with a projector, two LCD panels and upgraded audio and video equipment. These features will be capable of such tasks as lecture capture, blended course instruction, remote presentation and group engagement activities. Starting in the fall, faculty members will have the opportunity to teach out of this room for the semester; they will receive training from the CIT staff so that they can interact more effectively with the equipment and their students. Bolton believes the Innovators’ Room will be beneficial in many ways. “This room offers the opportunity for the faculty to develop their pedagogical use of technology in an environment unlike any other on campus. It will allow the teacher to share more information with the student than ever before. It also gives CIT and faculty the opportunity to test what technologies are most useful as we equip other classrooms on campus with similar technology.”
Marching Eagles Band of 2011
Photo by James A. Webb, Independent
The Marching Eagles Band at Chester County High School will enter competition soon with its fall show entitled Fiesta Fantastico.
Chester County Head Start Center, East Chester Elementary, Jacks Creek Elementary, and West Chester Elementary Schools Monday, August 29 Popcorn chicken Mashed potatoes, roll Green beans, salad bar Fruit choice, milk choice Or Schoolable #4 Tuesday, August 30 Spaghetti/meat sauce Glazed carrot coins Salad bar, corn Texas toast Fruit choice or milk choice Or Schoolable #5 Wednesday, August 31 Pizza California blend Savory wedges, salad bar Birthday cake for August Fruit choice, milk choice Or Schoolable #6 Thursday, September 1 Manager’s choice
sandwich Baby carrots/Ranch dip Chips, cookies Sherbet cup Fruit choice, milk choice Friday, September 2 School Dismissed Staff Development Day
Chester County Middle School Monday, August 29 Popcorn chicken Mashed potatoes, rolls Green peas, salad bar Baked apples Fruit choice, milk choice Or Schoolable #5 Tuesday, August 30 Spaghetti/meat sauce Glazed sweet potatoes Green beans, cole slaw Salad bar, Texas toast Fruit choice, milk choice Or Schoolable #6 Wednesday, August 31 Pizza Seasoned potatoes Broccoli/cheese, salad Birthday cake for August Fruit choice, milk choice Or Schoolable #7 Thursday, September 1
Sack lunch Manager’s choice sandwich Carrots/Ranch dip Chips, cookies Fruit choice, milk choice Friday, September 2 School Dismissed Staff Development Day
Chester County Junior High School *Cereal, fruit, milk choice offered daily Monday, August 29 Chicken strips or Meatball sub Mashed potatoes Green peas, salad bar Baked apples, roll Tuesday, August 30 Hotdog or cheeseburger Tater pals, baked beans Salad bar, trimmings Birthday cake for August Wednesday, August 31 Pizza or BBQ/bun Baked potato, salad bar Broccoli/cheese Thursday, September 1 Sack lunch
Manager’s choice sandwich Carrots/Ranch dip Chips, Sherbet, fruit Friday, September 2 School Dismissed Staff Development Day
Chester County High School *Cereal, fruit choice, fruit juice, and milk choice offered daily Monday, August 29 Chicken strips (2 lines) Pizza/salad bar/tater pals Mashed potatoes, rolls Green peas, baked apples Glazed carrot circles Tuesday, August 30 Chicken Tetrazzini Pizza/fries Salad bar Tiny whole potatoes Green beans, corn, roll Wednesday, August 31 Barbecue/bun Corndog, pizza Baked potato bar Salad bar, cole slaw Fries, barbecue beans Macaroni/vegetable salad
Thursday, September 1 Cheeseburger/mac casserole Pizza/fries/Clux Dlux Salad bar
AuGratin potatoes, rolls Pinto beans, fried okra Friday, September 2 School Dismissed Staff Development Day
CHESTER COUNTY INDEPENDENT • Thursday, August 25, 2011
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HELP WANTED HOUSEKEEPER – Must have 2 years experience in motel. Apply IN PERSON – NO PHONE CALLS! Apply at Americana Inn, 550 Sanford St., Henderson, TN between 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. (17C)
MISCELLANEOUS TRASH PICK UP. $15 / Month. Senior Citizens $3.00 Discount. Call 731-608-5165 or 989-8958. (16P) BIG BIRDS NEST DAY CARE – 2 Openings. Breakfast, Hot Lunch, and Snack. Call 989-3765. (17C) BABYSITTING in my home. Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. – 5 p.m. Some exceptions may apply. 15 years experience. Cheap rates. 3 months – 4 years old. Call 731-435-1062. T.E.C.T.A. Certified. (17P) WANTED LAND OR STANDING TIMBER on 10 acre tracts and larger. Pine & hardwood. Carter Timber & Land. Since 1993. Ted Carter 731-607-0777. (TFC)
STATEWIDES OWN 3, 4, 5 bedroom new mobile homes. $350. - $650. per month -EZ Qualifying Call For Terms 731-967-0621 (TnScan) $0 DEP ON NEW Mobile Home with Your Land or Family Land (731) 307-9320 (TnScan) PREGNANT? NOW WHAT? FREE, confidential pregnancy counseling. In person • On the phone • Online Bethany Christian Services 1.800.BETHANY • 9 0 1 . 8 1 8 . 9 9 9 6 www.ImPregnant.org (TnScan) PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR Used Mobile Home Call For Free Appraisal and Quick Cash (731) 967-0621 (TnScan) DIVORCE with or without children $99.95. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. FREE information. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 1-888-789-0198 24/7. (TnScan) PATENTED HAPPY JACK(R) Flea Beacon TM: Control fleas in the home without toxic chemicals. Results overnight! Available at your local Farmers Co-op (www.ourcoop.com & www.happyjackinc.com). (TnScan) ALLIED HEALTH CAREER TRAINING- Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 800-4819409 www.CenturaOnline.com (TnScan) TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR FUTURE - Driving For a Career - 14 Day CDL Training in Jackson TN. 15 Years Training Experience. Great Pay, Student
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STATEWIDES DRIVERS- CDL-A EXPERIENCED DRIVERS OTR, Regional & Dedicated Runs Up to 50¢ per mile. Class A CDL & Hazmat Req’d. 800-942-2104 Ext. 7307 or 7308 www.totalms.com (TnScan) OWNER OPERATORS & SMALL Fleets Earn over $2.00/mi! Up to $1000 Sign on Bonus Average Fuel Network savings of 43¢/ gallon. 877-2778756 www.JoinMalone.com (TnScan) ATTN DRIVING PROFESSIONALS! PRIME’S extensive freight network offers ample miles & earning potential. Stable, strong, growing company needs you! 1-800-277-0212 or www.primeinc.com (TnScan) HOME EVERY WEEKEND!!! BTC Increases Driver Pay to .41/mile! 1 yr. OTR exp. req’d Student Graduates Welcome! Builders Transportation 1-800238-6803 www.btcflat.com (TnScan) DRIVER START A NEW Career! 100% Paid CDL Training! No Experience Required. Recent Grads or Exp Drivers: Sign On Bonus! CRST Expedited 800326-2778 www.JoinCRST.com (TnScan)
THINK RED FLATBED! $1,000 Average Weekly! Southern, Southwest, Midwest Lanes. Home Weekly. 100+ Safe Rest Locations. CDL-A, 1-Year Verifiable T/T OTR Experience Required. 888.711.6505 AVERITTcareers.com (TnScan) DRIVERSNEW PAY INCREASE For Tank Drivers. Lots of Freight, Great Miles, 3 Weeks Paid Vacation, Incentives, Insurance & 401(k). Food Grade Products. CDL-A & 1 Year OTR Experience Required. Call 8778 8 2 - 6 5 3 7 . w w w. O a k l e y Tr a n s p o r t . c o m (TnScan) REGIONAL/ OTR OPPORTUNITIES COMPANY Drivers & Independent Contractors. Home Weekly!! Great Pay, Excellent Benefits, 401K & Bonuses Class A-CDL & 1yr OTR Exp. Req. Epes Transport 877-983-0202 w w w. e p e s t r a n s p o r t . c o m (TnScan) LENDER- ORDERED LAKE LIQUIDATION Sale! Saturday 8/27 only! 2+ acres with free boat slips only $19,900. Was $59,900. Boat, ski, fish on 160,000 acre Kentucky Lake. All infrastructure completed. Own for pennies on the dollar. Excellent financing. Call now 1-800-704-3154 (TnScan) SAWMILLS
$3997- Make Money & Save Money with your own bandmillCut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info & D V D : www.NorwoodSawmills.com/300 N 1-800-578-1363 Ext. 300N (TnScan) ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM Home. *Medical *Business *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 888-738-0607, w w w. C e n t u r a O n l i n e . c o m (TnScan) AIRLINES ARE HIRING TRAIN for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-266-0040 (TnScan) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING WORKS! ONE call & your 25 word ad will appear in 92 Tennessee newspapers for $265/wk or 20 West TN newspapers for $95/wk. Call this newspaper’s classified advertising dept. or go to www.tnadvertising.biz. (TnScan) OWN 3, 4, 5 bedroom new mobile homes. $350. - $650. per month -EZ Qualifying Call For Terms 731-967-0621 (TnScan) $0 DEP ON NEW Mobile Home
with Your Land or Family Land (731) 307-9320 (TnScan) PREGNANT? NOW WHAT? FREE, confidential pregnancy counseling. In person • On the phone • Online Bethany Christian Services 1.800.BETHANY • 9 0 1 . 8 1 8 . 9 9 9 6 www.ImPregnant.org (TnScan) PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR Used Mobile Home Call For Free Appraisal and Quick Cash (731) 967-0621 (TnScan) DIVORCE with or without children $99.95. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. FREE information. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 1-888-789-0198 24/7. (TnScan) PATENTED HAPPY JACK(R) Flea Beacon TM: Control fleas in the home without toxic chemicals. Results overnight! Available at your local Farmers Co-op (www.ourcoop.com & www.happyjackinc.com). (TnScan) ALLIED HEALTH CAREER TRAINING- Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 800-4819409 www.CenturaOnline.com (TnScan) TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR FUTURE - Driving For a Career
- 14 Day CDL Training in Jackson TN. 15 Years Training Experience. Great Pay, Student Loans, Grants, Placement Assistance. Drive-Train 119 E.L. Morgan Drive Jackson TN. 800423-8820. www.drive-train.org (TnScan) MAKE THE WORLD YOUR CLASSROOM! Become a host parent & mentor for an international exchange student. See the world through new eyes; share cultures and develop extended family; and form a friendship that will last a lifetime! Apply to host today! Hurry, the deadline to apply is Soon! Call Pat 877-5343144; www.pieusa.org (TnScan) HBI HAS IMMEDIATE CAREER opportunities in the telephone industry for: *Area Managers *Foremen *Cable Plow/Backhoe Operators *Aerial Technicians. Must relocate to Wisconsin or Arkansas. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call: 800-831-0754 EOE by AA (TnScan) HIRING DRIVERS, INCREASED PAY SCALE, Flatbed $0.36 - Dry Van $0.35 Reefer $0.36 - Flatbed & Reefer $0.365 Available Incentive $0.035. Late Model Equipment, Lots of miles. Health, Vision, Life, Dental, Vacation, Holidays, 401K. Jerry Barber 800-826-9460 Ext.5, www.johnrreed.net (TnScan)
FLATBED DRIVERS NEW PAY Scale- Start @ .37cpm Up to .04cpm Mileage Bonus, Home Weekends, Insurance & 401K Apply @ Boydandsons.com 800648-9915 (TnScan) DRIVERS- WEEKLY HOMETIME FOR most lanes. Up to 42cpm! Daily or weekly pay. No forced dispatch to NYC or Canada. CDL-A, 3 months recent experience. 800-414-9569. www.driveknight.com (TnScan) DRIVERS- GOOD MILES! REGIONAL Truck Drivers start at 37 cpm w/1+ years experience. Home Every Week. Affordable family benefits. Call 888-3628608, or visit AVERITTcareers.com. EOE. (TnScan) DRIVERS WANTED: CLASS A CDL. 2 years tractor/trailer experience. Company, lease, short & long hauls. Donna 800-9596061, René 800-877-3201 or apply online @ www.sheltontrucking.com (TnScan) DRIVERS/ CDL TRAINING CAREER Central No Money Down CDL Training Work for us or let us work for you! Unbeatable Career Opportunities. *Trainee *Company Driver *Lease Operator Earn up to $51k *Lease Trainers Earn up to $80k (877) 369-7191 www.centraltruckdrivingjobs.com (TnScan)
Public Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by Chapter No. 426 Public Acts of Tennessee 1997 TCA §30-306 Case Number 2011-PR-126 In the Matter of the Estate of Dorotha Mae Richardson, Deceased Notice is hereby given that on Aug. 12, 2011, Letters Testamentary in respect to the estate of Dorotha Mae Richardson, deceased, who died testate on April 3, 2011, were issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court Clerk of Chester County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-residents, having claims, matured or unmatured, against his/her estate are required to file the same with the clerk of the above named court within four (4) months from the date of the first publication (or posting, as the case may be) of this notice, otherwise their claims will be forever barred. All persons indebted to the above estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. This 12th day of August, 2011. Kenneth Jonathan Ray, Executor G.W. Sherrod III, Attorney for Estate Cornelia Hall Clerk and Master
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of: James Lee Barnette Notice is hereby given that on the 18th day of August, 2011, Letters Testamentary in respect to the estate of James Lee Barnette, who died July 2, 2011, were issued to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Chester County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-residents, having claims, matured or unmatured, against his/her estate are required to file the same with the clerk of the above named court within four (4) months from the date of the first publication (or posting, as the case may be) of this notice or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claims will be forever barred. This 18th day of August, 2011. Linda Diane Moore, Executor Estate of James Lee Barnette Cornelia Hall Clerk and Master
NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE`S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated June 30, 2008, executed by BILLY L. HOPPER, TINA J. HOPPER AND MARY JOANN ROSS, conveying certain real property therein described to ROBERT M. WILSON, JR., as Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register's Office of Chester County, Tennessee recorded July 11, 2008, in Deed Book 317, Page 603-613; and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned to BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP 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 Suarez Serrano TN LLC, having been appointed as Substitute Trustee by instrument to be filed for record in the Register's Office of Chester County, Tennessee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable, and that the undersigned, Rubin Lublin Suarez Serrano TN LLC, 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 September 8, 2011 at 11:00 AM at the Main Entrance steps of the Chester County Courthouse , located in Henderson, 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 Chester County, Tennessee, to wit: BEGINNING AT AN IRON PIN FOUND IN THE SOUTH MARGIN OF OLD FINGER ROAD, WHICH POINT IS THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF BOBBY WEAVER (RECORD BOOK 132, PAGE 698) AND THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED TRACT; THENCE, FROM POINT OF BEGINNING, AND WITH THE SOUTH MARGIN OF OLD FINGER ROAD THE FOLLOWING CALLS: SOUTH 68 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 367.97 FEET, SOUTH 69 DEGREES 32 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 372.64 FEET TO AN IRON PIN SET IN THE CENTERLINE OF A DITCH, THENCE, WITH THE CENTERLINE OF SAID DITCH THE FOLLOWING CALLS: SOUTH 65 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST 56.22 FEET, SOUTH 72 DEGREES 09 MINUTES 54 SECONDS WEST 296.23 FEET, SOUTH 74 DEGREES 04 MINUTES 45 SECONDS WEST 164.10 FEET, SOUTH 64 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 33 SECONDS WEST 146.46 FEET TO AN IRON PIN SET AT THE INTERSECTION OF TWO DITCHES, THENCE, WITH THE CENTERLINE OF A SMALLER DITCH, NORTH 49 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 45 SECONDS WEST 221.32 FEET TO AN IRON PIN FOUND ON THE NORTH BANK OF SAID DITCH, THENCE, NORTH 59 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST 41.33 FEET TO AN IRON PIN FOUND IN THE CENTERLINE OF A DITCH, THENCE, WITH THE CENTERLINE OF SAID DITCH, NORTH 50 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 3 1 SECONDS WEST 83.61 FEET TO AN IRON PIN SET AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF WEAVER AND HYSMITH PROPERTIES, THENCE WITH THE EAST LINE OF WEAVER AND HYSMITH PROPERTIES, THEN BOBBY WEAVER, NORTH 36 DEGREES 39 MINUTES 50 SECONDS EAST 335.86 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, CONTAINING 4.9 ACRES, 213471.7 SQUARE FEET AS SURVEYED BY ADVANCED LAND SURVEYING, INC. ON MARCH 8, 2001. BEING THE SAME PROPERTY CONVEYED TO BILLY L. HOPPER AND WIFE, TINA J. HOPPER AND JO ANN ROSS, A SINGLE PERSON BY WARRANTY DEED FROM MICHAEL E. STIVALA AND NANCY L. STIVALA DATED MARCH 20, 2001 AND RECORDED MARCH 23, 2001 OF RECORD IN BOOK 195, PAGE 300, REGISTER`S OFFICE FOR CHESTER COUNTY, TENNESSEE. PARCEL ID: 055 02115 000 PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street address of the property is believed to be 430 OLD FINGER ROAD, HENDERSON, TN 38340. 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): BILLY L. HOPPER, TINA J. HOPPER AND MARY JOANN ROSS OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: 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 Suarez Serrano TN LLC, 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 Ad #14691: 2011-08-18, 2011-08-25, 2011-09-01
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated August 29, 2002, and
the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded September 12, 2002, at Book 220, Page 740 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Chester County, Tennessee, executed by William Dell Wilbanks and Jana Elizabeth Coffman Wilbank, conveying certain property therein described to Arnold M. Weiss, Attorney as Trustee for Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as a separate corporation that is acting solely as a nominee for America's Wholesale Lender and America's Wholesale Lender's successors and assigns; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on September 1, 2011 on or about 12:00 P.M., at the Chester County Courthouse, Henderson, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Chester County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at an iron pin on the west margin of McGill Road, 25 feet at right angles from centerline, said pin being North a distance of 1577.75 feet from the north line of Dwight Simmons as recorded in Deed Book 174, Page 48 in the Register's Office of Chester County, Tennessee; thence from the true point of beginning following a fence North 85 degrees 21 minutes 03 seconds West a distance of 360.37 feet to an iron pin; thence North a distance of 96.91 feet to an iron pin; thence North 86 degrees 51 minutes 02 seconds East a distance of 359.73 feet to an iron pin on the west margin of McGill Road; thence with the west margin of 21 McGill Road South a distance of 145.88 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 1 acres, as surveyed by David Hall Land Surveying Company, Registered Land Surveyor 11943, on November 26, 2001. ALSO KNOWN AS: 1055 Carl McGill Road, Pinson, Tennessee 38366 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. 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: William Dell Wilbanks; Jana Elizabeth Coffman Wilbank; Farm
Service Agency; US Department of Agriculture; Arrow Financial Services LLC assignee of Household Bank; Farm Service Agency 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. 726159590 DATED August 4, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM
SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE DEFAULT having occurred in the performing terms of a promissory note described and secured by a Deed of Trust of record in Book 258, Page762, Register’s Office for Chester County, Tennessee, and executed on the 7th day of October, 2004 by Lori McDivitt conveying the property therein described to Kevin T. Clayton, Trustee to Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance Inc. Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc. executed and Appointment of Substitute Trustee, naming R.N. “BO” TAYLOR as Substitute Trustee, which is of record in Volume 352, Pages 471473 Register’s Office for Chester, Tennessee. And DEFAULT having been made in the promising terms of said Deed of Trust, which contains the power to sell upon default, the owner and holder, in accordance with the terms of said Deed of Trust, hereby declares the entire debt due and payable and demands that the said R.N. “BO” TAYLOR, Substitute Trustee, sell the property in accordance with said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that I, R.N. “BO” TAYLOR, SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by said Deed of Trust, will on September 14, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. at the front door of the Courthouse in Henderson , Chester County, Tennessee, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, and free from the equity of redemption, homestead, dower and all other exemptions of every kind, all of which are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, the following land in Chester County, Tennessee, described as follows: Beginning at a steel post, a common corner with tract #17, the northeast corner of subject, thence south 01 degrees, 41' 40.8 east, passing a steel post at 932.50 feet, in all 957.50 feet to the center line of a road: thence with road north 52 degree 21' 22" west 98.8 feet ,north 50 degrees, 11' 48" west 296.4 feet north 47 degrees 52' 08" west 209
feet, thence north 31 degrees 31' 39.7" east, passing a steel post at 25 feet in all 664.02 feet to a steel post; thence south 88 degrees 39' 10" east 58 feet to a steel post; thence north 85 degrees 30' east 27.5 feet to the point of the beginning, containing 5.55 acres more or less gross. Subject to road easement. Said legal description is the same description as contained in the previous deed of record. Subject to all right-of-ways, easements and restrictions of record. Being a portion of the real estate conveyed to Lori L. McDivitt by deed recorded in Record Book 247, Page 557, Register’s Office for Chester County, Tennessee. This property includes a 2005 Clayton mobile home Serial Number CLA053685TN, which was purchased under an installment contract-security agreement which evidences the deed of trust and which will stay with the land. The sale of this property is pursuant to Section 9-604 of the Uniform Commercial Code and Tennessee Code Annotated 47-9-604. The sale of the above-described property shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plan; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or set-back lines that may be applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. Said sale will be in bar of the right and equity of redemption, homestead and dower, but subject to all tax and prior liens of record in the Register's Office for Dickson County, Tennessee, which are applicable to this property and unpaid real estate taxes, if any. SUBORDINATE LIENHOLDERS: OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: N/A 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 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. The 60-day notice of the right to foreclose, in accordance with T.C.A. 35-5-101, was sent by United States Mail, postage prepaid to Lori McDivitt on January 14, 2011. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Dated, this 3rd day of August, 2011. R.N. “Bo” Taylor, Substitute Trustee Attorney at Law 305 Fourteenth Avenue, North Nashville, Tennessee 37203 (615) 859-0060
CHESTER COUNTY INDEPENDENT • Thursday, August 25, 2011
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