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Schoolyard fight sends one student to the hospital A fight that broke out last week between two Chester County High School students sent one classmate to the hospital. According to the report on file, at approximately 3 p.m. last Tuesday afternoon as students waited to load buses, a fight broke out between two male students. The brawl, that was caught on a cell phone video and later broadcasted over YouTube, illustrated one male student approach another male student and attack him, repeatedly striking him with his fist. The blows appeared to be so forceful it knocked the other male student to the ground leaving him what appeared to be an unconscious state. The YouTube viral version of the fight has since been removed. The report stated three different students were interviewed after the incident occurred and they alleged that last week they all witnessed the student who was attacked holding a small pocket knife underneath the lunch room table with the blade open. One witness said he thought the student with the knife brought it to school to “scare him”. The witness said he told his friend, the attacker, about the situation and the attacker told the witness, he (victim) wouldn’t pull a knife on him again. Authorities searched the victim on the day of the attack and never found a knife, nor was a knife found in his locker. CCHS Principal Troy Kilzer informed the incident was treated as an “unprovoked attack” and the student was suspended immediately. Kilzer informed the disciplinary action in incidents like these are executed through a range of discipline. The student will appear before the discipline hearing authority this week for further punishment. “He will face a minimum of five days suspension and it could range to alternative school placement,” added Kilzer. The father of the victim said he was dismissed from the hospital and suffered only minor injuries and no broken bones. The attacker will be charged through the juvenile courts with simple assault. Due to their age, no names could be released or published.

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Friday night’s crowd at the 33rd Annual BBQ Festival drew in historic records numbers of festival patrons. Chester County’s lone festival, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, is their largest fundraiser and is a means of creating revenue for the county. There was no question Friday night’s events at Chester County’s annual BBQ Festival drew the largest crowds in its 33 year history. Elbow to elbow patrons packed the courthouse lawn in every nook and cranny, streamlining their lawn chairs in order to get a view of one of the favored event, the Youth Talent Show. “This year’s barbecue festival was the most successful one that we have had to date,” said festival coordinator Patricia Ledford. Ledford said success is gauged in terms of overall profits and the amount of meat sold, because there is no way to gauge a head count in terms of population. It was a good indication on opening night, Thursday, of the success due to a sell out of all meat at 6 p.m. “We’re aware of the fact that the BBQ festival does not need to run out of barbecue,” said Chamber President Trent Scott. “We see that as a serious obstacle in our ability to grow in the future.” For future plans Scott said the Chamber plans

think creatively and partner with other local barbecue pits to make sure enough meat is on-hand so the early sell out situation does not happen again. “We cooked the maximum amount of hogs that our pits will hold this year, plus we had to call in back-up orders to Siler’s Old Time BBQ,” explained Ledford. “The sell out was mainly due to beautiful weather and record crowds.” Mayor Bobby King stated although the vast crowds are good for the community, they have to be controlled for safety issues. “We’re growing so much (each year), we have got to figure out a way to deal with the big crowds,” King said. “But don’t get me wrong, we want them there, we just have to handle them.” A major problem King addressed were the packs of pre-teens running amuck around the festival grounds. “The parents were just dropping them off and leaving them there,” King said, “for us to baby sit. See BBQ, Page 3-A

Pusser walks tall again Thursday night The 2010 class of Leadership several members of the commuChester County will be showing nity appeared in the movie as the original Walking Tall movie, “extras,” and most vividly unedited version, on the remember the experience. Chester County Courthouse lawn tonight, Thursday, Oct. 7. The event begins at 7 p.m., and the movie starts at 7:30 p.m. The leadership class is seeking any residents that played a role in the ~ Sylvia Harris, extra in original Walking Tall original movie, who will be honored by walking the “red carpet” Judge F. Lloyd Tatum of that evening. Henderson was a close friend as Anyone interested in walking well as attorney for Pusser. In the red carpet can contact the film, Tatum played the role Courtney Bingham at ctbing- of prosecuting attorney when ham80@yahoo.com or 608- Pusser was accused of “knock1313. ing off” a night club known as Walking Tall, the first of three the Lucky Spot. Tatum emphamotion pictures about the leg- sized that film-making was, “a endary life of former McNairy lot more work than I thought it County Sheriff Buford Pusser, was.” His efforts earned him a was filmed in Henderson, part in one of the sequels, as Chester County, and a few well as another unrelated film scenes in Madison and Gibson shot in Nashville. counties in the summer of 1972. Another prominent local citiIt debuted in the spring of 1973 zen many older persons will and made millions for the pro- notice is the late Vaudie Plunk, ducers, Bing Crosby the former superintendent of Productions. Chester County Schools. Plunk The Chester County portrays the foreman of the jury Courthouse is displayed promi- during the trial, with a very nently, as were several other short speaking role, announcing venues in the community. Also, the jury’s decision. His home off

People from all over would call and tell me they had seen me in the movie.

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Sweetlips Road was portrayed as Pusser’s home, and was a tourist attraction for many years thereafter. Former Freed-Hardeman University faculty member Sylvia Harris did not get a speaking role, but was thrilled to be chosen as an extra. “It was a wonderful experience, really a lot of fun,” declared Harris. However, she did not dream the effect it would have on everyone, or that the film would live on. “People from all over would call and tell me they had seen me in the movie. ‘There’s Mrs. Harris’ they would shout.” Harris and a friend signed up together, but they only took her. Turns out they wanted someone with Harris’s ‘salt and pepper’ hair. She was paid minimum wage, and her first week on the job took place around the courthouse as they filmed background scenes and car crashes. Later she appears prominently in the crowd during a scene in which Pusser’s wife is laid to rest at the Henderson City Cemetery. Harris was told the film would have an “R” rating for its violence, but she stated she was embarrassed watching the completed film with the vulgar language that was used. One particular day during the break in the filming, Harris had

County “opts out” of building codes Meeting in special called session last Thursday, Sept. 30, the Chester County Commission voted unanimously to opt out of the statewide building code standards. According to County Mayor Dwain Seaton, had the commission not taken this action, all new construction of one- and two-family dwellings, outside of the a municipality’s urban growth boundary, would be subject to inspection. The requirements are part of the Tennessee Clean Energy Future Act of 2009. The vote as 16-0 with two commissioners absent. It was not, however, without much discussion, including whether the county should set up its own building inspection program. But Commissioner Tim Crowe stated that he believed the inspections would never generate enough income in the way of fees to cover the cost of having such a department. Brent Beshires, building inspector for the city of Henderson, stated that the city’s inspection program generated approximately $50,000 in the last year, and that it rarely generates enough in fees to pay for itself. Seaton listed several area counties that had already obted out of the program, to which Commissioner Buddy Richardson suggested that a multi-county inspection service might be feasible in the future. Seaton stated that the county could opt back into the program at any time, but in order to keep their options open they had to pass the resolution before Oct. 1. the opportunity to talk to the actor playing the role as judge. “He was a really nice man, really interested in the history of this area,” Harris said. “But we were a dry county, and he was amazed at that.” She also got to meet Pusser himself, and “rubbed elbows” with some of the other actors. Harris recalls the day in which the funeral scenes were shot was so hot that some of the extras passed out. See PUSSER, Page 3-A


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Discovered too late Photo by Whitney Brant, Independent

This residence at 1575 Hurst Road was already fully engulfed in flames when the call came in to the Chester County Fire Department Sept. 29. Units from Station One and Masseyville Station responded to the fire in an isolated area near the Hardeman County line.

Local solid waste director completes training program Danny Benard of Chester County is one of 14 county officials who have completed the Solid Waste Professionals Certificate Program, a training program offered by the University of Tennessee County Technical Assistance Service (CTAS) in conjunction with the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) and the Tennessee Solid Waste Directors Association. The inaugural class graduated after completing program requirements within nine months. It was originally projected that the required coursework would take at least 18 months to complete. SWPCP is designed to provide sound principles and practices in the planning, management and operation of an integrated solid waste system. The comprehensive training program is specifically designed for the solid

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Chester County Solid Waste Director Danny Benard, pictured center, completed a nine month training program offered by CTAS recently. waste professional. The University of Tennessee County Technical Assistance Service provides direct assistance to county officials and their associations. CTAS was created by the Tennessee General Assembly in 1973 to provide prompt, accurate technical assistance on a daily basis to Tennessee’s 95 county governments

and their officials. The first-ever graduating class graduated on Sept. 1 during a special ceremony in Nashville. Class members who graduated also included: Danny Benard of Chester County; Michael Atkins of Monroe County; John DeMoll of Franklin County; Glynn Edmonds of Crockett, Dyer and Gibson counties; Randy

Etheridge of Hardin County; Robert Hayes of Wayne County; Justin Holland of the City of Chattanooga; Gary Jackson of Tipton County; Clinton Neal of Haywood County; Mark Payne of Marion County; Mike Russell of Claiborne County; Mike Sweeney of Maury County; and Charles Traylor of Fayette County.


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UK troops trek through Henderson The crowded streets along Main Street parted Saturday afternoon, and time stood still for a moment, to make way for a man running across the country to honor and aid wounded soldiers. As the hustle and bustle of the BBQ Festival quieted, the only sounds that could be heard were that of applause for the Marine as he waved to the patrons in true patriotic form. Todd and his team of Royal Marines were honored during the BBQ Festival Saturday. What started out as a mission to help a fellow comrade, has in turned led to thousands of dollars raised for wounded military men and women. Colour Sergeant Damian

Todd was inspired by the movie, Forrest Gump, and thought it would be a life changing experience for himself as well as others to trek across the nation raising awareness and funds for the servicemen and women who are injured in combat, including one of his close friends who is now a triple amputee after he was injured in Afghanistan. He rallied his troops, a handful of military comrades, and started the “Gumpathon.” “Whilst the media covers those who sadly lose their lives in the line of duty less has been said about those who are graphically wounded,” illustrated their website. “The problems facing

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the courthouse lawn, everything’s going to be on the table.” Perhaps the large numbers were due in part to additional vendors, kid’s activities, various competitions and lively entertainment. After the Adult Talent Show Saturday night, three talented bands The Kimberlie Helton Band, After Hours and Key Largo closed out the evening. This year was a first for Chris Siler, owner of Siler’s Old Time Barbecue, as he relieved Richard Leath of his culinary duties. Siler was deemed master chef for the three-day event and dedicated 72 hours to whole-hog barbecue. Ledford concluded the annual festival that draws thousands to the community would not be possible with out the continuous support of their volunteers, our city and county support. “We are so thankful for everyone that helped out,” she added. For full coverage of the festival see Page 1-B, 2-B, and 3-B.

BBQ “They (kids) weren’t spending any money eating or playing games, they were just hanging.” Last year the Chamber opted to close off Main Street through the downtown area in order to expand the festival and maintain crowd control. The streets were once again closed this year, but the courtyard square still appeared to be busting at the seams. King added he wants to meet with all the players involved with the festival to go over “the good and bad” and discuss possible improvements that can be made to the annual event. “I want to meet sometime towards the end of this month, with everyone involved, the police dept., public works, chamber, county officials, to see what needs to be improved on for next year,” he said, “while it’s fresh on everyone’s minds. We may need to move things around on

Walking for veterans’ mental health Ron Zaleski is walking across the country with a very specific message to share. Our veterans are returning from war without receiving necessary mental health care, he says, and as a consequence, 18 veterans commit suicide each day. Zaleski proposes to do more than simply walk and spread the word; he plans to spread awareness, a desire and willingness to make a difference, and hope. His goal is to collect one million signatures on a petition for mandatory Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) counseling for all military troops prior to discharge. “How can we save the rainforests and whales when we can’t even save our own children?” Zaleski exclaimed. He further stressed “It is an outrage for me to have to do this,” walking barefoot to call attention to the great mental health needs of servicemen and women. Beginning his trek in Boston, Zaleski plans to make his way to California by March/April then drive back through the states he wasn’t able to get to, collecting signatures as he goes. For more information about Zaleski and his barefoot walk across America, and to sign the petition electronically, log on to www.thelongwalkhome.org

The US Marines in Jackson applauded Cpl Lloyd Fenner RM as he ran through the streets of Henderson Saturday during the BBQ Festival. Fenner is one of several Royal Marines that has dedicated a year of their life to the Gumpathon. The British soldiers are running across the nation to raise money for injured military men and women.

those who return with severe injury are great and the simple things that we take for granted such as walking, running, going out with your friends are changed forever.” All money raised from the Gumpathon will go towards helping these people through the work of three charities: Help for Heroes (H4H), the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund and the US Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund. All three raise funds to support wounded and ill members of the Armed Forces, and their families, throughout their recovery period. For more information about the Gumpathon visit their online webpage www.thegumpathon.com.

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Mayor Bobby King introduces the Gumpathon team, comprised of Royal Marines, Saturday during the BBQ Festival.

CC Ladies encouraged to ‘Save the date’ Nov 20 Chester County will have its first annual “Ladies Day Out” sponsored by the CCHS Drama Department and Coordinated School Health. This will be a complete day of celebrating women! The day will begin at 9 a.m. with workshops geared towards women’s issues and will conclude after the 2:30 p.m. production of “Steel Magnolias” featuring women of Chester County. Tickets may now be

reserved for a cost of $15 each. Each ticket includes the featured workshops, lunch with the “Cancer Queens”, a women’s expo featuring products and services by and for the ladies, and the presentation of “Steel Magnolias.” Ladies, this informative and entertaining day was designed as an opportunity to celebrate you! To reserve tickets, contact Chester County High School at 731-989-8125 or Heather Griffin at 731989-5148.

Did You Know? Discontinued Car Brands Like all things in life, vehicles often have a life expectancy. After years of loyal service, brands are discontinued and favorite cars go to that enginerevving place in the sky. Some American brands still burn brightly. Many others have bid adieu. Here’s a look at seven brands no longer available. 1. Mercury 2. Hummer 3. Pontiac 4. Saturn 5. Isuzu 6. Oldsmobile 7. Plymouth FC10A988

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Walking Tall starred Joe Don Baker as Pusser with Elizabeth Hartman as his wife. Bo Svenson portrayed Pusser in the two sequels, also shot in Chester County, as was a television pilot film. A remake of Walking Tall, starring former professional wrestler Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was released in 2004 but was filmed in British Columbia. The Leadership class is raising money to place a Civil War trail marker in Chester County. There is no admission to see the film, but donations are welcomed. Concessions will be available for purchase. (Editor’s note: The theatrical version of the original Walking Tall is rated R due to strong language, and much violence.)


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AMY NICHOLE KING AND ROBERT CLINTON TEASLEY

SARAH LINEA JORDAN AND JORDAN MONTGOMERY TATOM

MALLORY HAMMOND AND DREW OLDHAM

King – Teasley engagement

Jordan – Tatom engagement

Hammond – Oldham engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. King of Henderson are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amy Nichole King, to Robert Clinton Teasley. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Teasley of Murfreesboro. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Austin of Finger and Sarah Jean King of Henderson and the late Dr. D. C. King. Miss King is a 2003 graduate of Chester County High School. She graduated in 2007 from Middle Tennessee State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She is employed as an emergency room nurse at Middle Tennessee Medical Center in Murfreesboro. The groom-elect is the

grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. William K. Walker of Shelbyville, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Teasley, Jr. of Gallatin. Mr. Teasley is a 2003 graduate of Oakland High School. He graduated in 2008 from Middle Tennessee State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He is employed as a deputy with the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department. The couple will exchange vows on Oct. 16, 2010, at 4:30 p.m. on the beach in Destin, Fla. A reception will immediately follow. Friends and family are invited to attend the wedding and reception. After a honeymoon to Jamaica, the couple will reside in Murfreesboro.

Sarah Linnea Jordan of Memphis and Jordan Montgomery Tatom of Henderson will marry at 1 p.m. on Oct. 26, 2010, at Midtown Church of Christ in Memphis. A reception will follow at the Freed-Hardeman University Memphis Campus. The bride-elect is the daughter of Matthew and Cherrilyn Jordan of Saginaw, Mich. She is the granddaughter of the late Roy and Marion Jordan of Clarksville and Joy Stockment of Denver, Colo. She is a 2004 graduate of Heritage High School in Saginaw and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Design and Production from Freed-Hardeman University. She is

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Remember to support your schools in their fundraisers. Each school will be having fall festivals. Each year the students and parents come up with great ideas. Get out and enjoy the beautiful decorations and help a student with a donation to their school. Happy belated birthday to Minnie Plunk, who is 97 years young. She is Emma Blankenship’s mother. Eloise Parker celebrated her birthday with fami-

The Hickory Corner Community Center’s yard sale is coming up at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, with lots of good stuff. Come and enjoy breakfast, sausage and biscuits and coffee will be available. All proceeds go to the center. The center will be opened Thursday at 6 p.m. Items for the yard sale can be dropped off that evening. Members will be getting everything priced for the sale. The Queen Bee Grocery and Diner has opened in Masseyville. Judy Brigman is the owner and is open daily. They serve burgers and plate lunches featuring a catfish

Happy birthday to Dusty Moore Moody on Oct. 18; Gary Cook on Oct. 19; Cayce M. Kesler on Oct. 20; Charles Whitman on Oct. 23; Rickey Murley and Dossie Talley, Jr. on Oct. 25; and Billy Cherry and Rhonda Robertson on Oct. 31. Happy anniversary to Lynn and Liz Cook on Oct. 28. The Center’s Halloween party will be Oct. 30. Please help with food, prizes and the cakewalk. Get out those costumes. Call Betty Cooper at 989-7835 to rent the center. Call Wanda Cook at 989-3724 or Celia Murley at 989-5300 with news.

fillet plate with trimmings. Marie Smith of Woodland, Texas, called and said she was reading this column and she wanted A.C. Stidham’s phone number, so she could check on him. We also send get-well wishes to A.C. Marie sends greetings to all her family and friends in Chester County. It was good talking to her. She has been sick; remember her in prayer. Also, remember Veda Hailey. Happy birthday to Kathlene Mullins on Oct. 7; Kelsey Tummins on Oct. 8; Lonnie Morton on Oct. 9; Tony Weaver on Oct. 10; Greg Weaver on Oct. 11; and Nelson Weaver on Oct. 12. Happy anniversary to Nelson and Janice Weaver on Oct. 8. As always, pray for the sick, our military and our country. The farmers are har-

The Chester County High School Class of 1950 met at Arnold’s Restaurant for their 60th reunion on Saturday, Oct. 2. We are proud to announce that there were 23 of our classmates to attend. We have lost seven classmates since our reunion two years ago, so we voted to meet every year. We had a great day of reminiscing and taking pictures. We also were glad to have some of our spouses and other family vesting cotton out around Hickory Corner. John Allen Moore says he has about half of his picked. It’s a fair crop this year and the price of cotton is up. Fifteen bales of cotton go into one big bale weighing 20,000 pounds. Going back to 1915, the late George Washington Davidson of Hickory Corner paid $2.97 for ginning a bale of cotton. In 1931, he sold his cotton for 6 cents a pound, the bale weighed 502 pounds and brought $30.12 with one fourth going to D.A. Bulliner. In 1910, receipts show he paid poll tax of $2 in District 12. Telephone rent in 1919 was $2.25 a month. The cotton and seed buyers were Bishop and O’Neil of Finger, and J.E. Hodge of McNairy. George passed away in 1947. He is the grandfather of Esther Hurst Howell. Call 989-3315 with your news.

employed as a photographer with Holland Studio in Memphis. The groom-elect is the son of Dr. M. Monte and Beth Tatom of Henderson. His grandparents are John and Elizabeth Brittain of Louisville, Ky., and Veletia Tatom and the late Ben Tatom of Hurst, Texas. He is a 2004 graduate of Mobile Christian School in Mobile, Ala. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Freed-Hardeman University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and Communication and a Master of Education in School Counseling. Family and friends of the couple are invited to the wedding ceremony and the reception to follow.

Mallory Hammond of Lawrenceburg and Drew Oldham of Spring Hill will marry at 4 p.m. on Oct. 16, 2010, at the home of the bride. The bride-elect is the daughter of Anthony and Shawna King and Tracy and Rhonda Hammond. She is the granddaughter of Doyce and Elizabeth Killen, and Goldie Hammond and the late Luther Hammond, all of Lawrenceburg. She is a 2004 graduate of Lawrence County High School and a 2008 graduate of Freed-Hardeman University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. She is employed as a category manager with Victoria’s

Secret of Cool Springs. The groom-elect is the son of Larry and Carol Oldham of Henderson. He is the grandson of Mary Oldham of N. Little Rock, Ark., the late Mr. and Mrs. Reeder Oldham of Henderson, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Blan Williams of Chattanooga. He is a 2004 graduate of Chester County High School and a 2009 graduate of Freed-Hardeman University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences. He is employed as a case manager with Tennessee Children’s Home in Spring Hill. Family and friends of the couples are invited to attend.

members present. Bro. Paul Clayton will be guest speaker at Holy Springs Methodist Church on Sunday, Oct. 10. Everyone is invited to come out and hear him. Bro. Bill Evans, the regular pastor is out due to surgery. Our deepest sympathy goes to the family and friends of Minnie Latham Arnold. Others on our prayer list this week are Joanne Altier, Lavada Howie,

Alexis Boggs, Pam Priddy, Gerald Stanfill, Carroll Williams, Glen Jones, Charles and Wilma Cupples, Herman Arnold Jr., Jean Latham, John Kent Sells, Ollie Dean Kennedy, Bill and Shirley Gaddy, Carolyn Potter, Dianne Wells, Gathel Latham, their caregivers, and our military personnel and their families. Happy anniversary to Glen and Bertha Jones and Glen and Teresa McCaskill on Oct. 14.

Birthday greetings to Martha Mainord, Maley Miller, Darrell McCaskill, Tequila Bridges, Rachel Connor and Van David Harris on Oct. 8; Clyde Butler on Oct. 9; Polly Nobles and Betty Ross on Oct. 10; Cody Fisher and Danny Morris on Oct. 11; Rick Zahra, Johnathan Ray and Paula Hinson on Oct. 12; Elizabeth Morris and David Jones on Oct. 13; and Matthew Willis, Glen Jones, Walter Willis Jr. and Bruce Wright on Oct. 14.

Happy birthday wishes go to Tera O’Neal on Oct. 8; Evan Jones on Oct. 9; Debbie Mooney and Dalton Harper on Oct. 10; and Hannah Jamison on Oct. 11. Happy anniversary to David and Sue Harwell on Oct. 11. If you haven’t already, when you see members of the CCHS Marching Eagles Band, congratulate them on the awesome presentation they gave on Saturday in Cordova. Under the black clouds, in the bitter cold wind, and competing against some incredible competition, they were amazing. There were nine bands divided into two divisions/classes. The Marching Eagles Band didn’t just march on Saturday, they competed against four other schools in their division and flew away with Best in Class Band; First Place in ClassColor Guard; First Place in Class - Drum Major; First Place in Class Music; First Place Overall

- Most Spirited; and Third Place Overall Division Music. I think they received more awards in other categories, and I hope I have these correct, should have written them down, so sorry if I left anything out. To the CCHS Marching Eagles, your spirit and enthusiasm is awe-inspiring and even though the high winds were so cold, I would not have wanted to be anywhere else. Congratulations to those who have made Allstate Choir, the Nationals, etc., and Tom Hay and Clay Canada… Saturday was an exciting day! We hope everyone can make it to the annual Enville Volunteer Fire Department’s fish fry at the community center from 5-7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9. Pick your choice, fish or chicken with all the trimmings. Join in the circle for the cakewalk, and good luck to those who bought tickets for the raffle drawing. All donations and proceeds go for equipment/supplies. Did you happen to see the gentleman walking down Hwy. 100 Saturday morning carrying the body sign. His name is Ron Zaleski and he is walking

across America to raise awareness of a sad situation, 18 veterans a day commit suicide. He and others doing the walks want to address military stress related issues to help get the veterans the support they need. What dedication to our veterans. Do any of you remember Leonard and Mary Lou (Stanfill) Stanford? They are a couple who lived in the Enville area. She graduated from Chester County High School in 1950, after which they were married and moved to Peoria, Ill. They had two sons during the 40 years they lived in Illinois, and then they retired to H. Myers, Fla., where they resided for 16 years. Leonard and Mary Lou have been living in Columbus (Midland), Ga., for the last four years. Leonard is 85 and Mary Lou is 78 years old now, and we would like to say congratulations to them for celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Sept. 9. They say they look forward to receiving their Chester County Independent each week and read every article. Mary Lou says the only See Enville, Page 6-A


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Chester County Independent archives, October 8, 1970

Chester County High School Homecoming Royalty

Chester County Independent archives, October 7, 1960

Chester County Independent archives, October 7, 1960

Only Yesterday ‘Launch Plans For Registration Of Draft Eligibles’ From the files of the Chester County Independent October 3, 1940 “Launch Plans For Registration Of Draft Eligibles” “Under instructions from Governor Cooper, the Chester County Election Commissioners this week instituted plans for carrying out the county’s part in the nationwide Selective Service Registration Wednesday, October 16, at which time all men between the ages of 21 and 36 are to register to determine their eligibility for military service..” “Sign Up For Service In U. S. Navy, Army” “Howard Patterson of Finger and Hubert Hollis Johnson of Jacks Creek have enlisted in the Navy, being sent from the Jackson recruiting office last Thursday to Nashville for examination at the state recruiting office there and then assignment to the Norfolk, Va., training station. “Another Jacks Creek youth, Harold O’Neal, joined the Army through its recruiting station at Jackson last week and has been assigned to the 31st Ordnance Company at Fort Benning, Ga.” “Russell – Wheatley” “Miss Nell Wheatley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wheatley, and Amos Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Russell, were united in marriage Sunday at the W. B. Tedford home in Finger, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. W. H. Smith of Enville.” October 6, 1950 “Four Local Boys Leave For Army; Others Slated” “Four Chester County boys were called into military service on September 29 and were ordered to report to Fort Jackson, South Carolina, according to local draft board officials. “Thirty Chester County boys went to Memphis last Tuesday for physical examinations for military service. “Since some will naturally be rejected the U.S. Government will not permit disclosure of the boys names until they are actually inducted and sworn in.” “Chances For New Salant Plant Here Hindered By War” “Mayor Willard Smith is in receipt of a letter from Mr. A. B. Salant of New York, under date of September 28, in reply to Mayor Smith’s letter of September 23, regarding the possibility of Henderson securing another Salant factory.

“Mr. Salant pointed out in his letter that the Korean war situation, coupled with the fact that the Salant firm will no doubt be called upon again for huge military orders, make it virtually impossible to go ahead with expansion plans at this time.” “Births” “Mr. and Mrs. Paul Middleton of Memphis are the proud parents of a daughter born September 27. She has been named Paula. “Horace and Irene Thomas of Route 2, Pinson, are the parents of a daughter, Helen Marie, who was born September 27. “Steadman Clinic” “Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Cherry of Enville announce the birth of a daughter, Janice Mae, on September 29. “Mr. and Mrs. Byron Smith of Henderson announce the arrival of a daughter, Linda Joyce, on September 29. “Mr. and Mrs. Burl Hinson of R. 3, Henderson, are the parents of a son who was born September 29. He has been named Danny Burl. “Mr. and Mrs. Odis Waddle of Huron announce the birth of a son, Garry Lee, on October 2.” October 7, 1960 “Make Reservations Now For Pioneer Box Lunch” “Attention, Chester Countians! Make reservations at once for your expected visitors to enjoy the Pioneers’ Box Lunch at the Chester County High School Cafeteria at noon October 17. If you would like a reservation for yourself or a friend contact one of the following at once: “Mrs. Orman Campbell, Mrs. Robert Casey, Mrs. Paul Arendall, Mrs. Bailey Stanfill.” “Coupon Exchange Starts Oct. 10; get Choice Seat Early” “Starting Monday, October 10, all advance seating coupon tickets purchased from Centennial Queen Candidates can be exchanged at Centennial Headquarters in Henderson for admission tickets to the historical spectacle, ‘Henderson Through The Years’. “Holders of advance seating coupons must state the night they wish to attend at the time of exchange. The spectacle plays for six nights starting Saturday, October 15, then from the 17th to the 21st.” “Births” “Mr. and Mrs. Jack Malone, 1307 Robinhood Lane, Memphis, Tenn., announce the arrival of a son on September 27. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Malone of Route 3, Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Peters Jr., of Charleston, Miss.” See Only, Page 6-A

Esther Murley, Freddie Murley Smith, Gaynell Dees, Brenda Collins and Charles Murley. Remember the caregivers, families of our sick, shut-ins and our soldiers fighting to preserve our freedom. Happy birthday to Well, I think we are going from hot to cold this fall like we went from cold to hot in the spring. We had a low of 35 degrees here in Deanburg Sunday night. It really feels good to me after 100 degrees and more. Continue to pray for Phillip Ragan, Sonny Grimm, Winna Knipper, Teresa Colbert, Nancy Turner, Dennis Bain, Edra Barnett, Linda Holder,

The TWRA Hunter Safety Course will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, and at 1:30 p.m. until finished on Sunday, Oct. 10, at the center. Our monthly meal will be at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 12. Bring a covered dish and drink, and come join us. The descendants of J.W. and Montie Mae McEarl will have their annual family gathering Oct. 30 at the home of Bobby and Sarah McEarl. A group of bikers from Savannah visited the Sweetlips Store on Sunday for lunch. Remember the 150th anniversary celebration of Hopewell Baptist Church

Aleigh Brown, Elizabeth Hopper and Judy Concialdi on Oct. 10. I think most of my readers remember James Dean and “The Rebel Without a Cause.” James Dean was born See Deanburg, Page 6-A

Wise celebrates first birthday Little Henry Davis Wise “Hank,” son of Lane and Jenny Wise was entertained with a big birthday party at the North Park in Jackson on Saturday. He was celebrating his first birthday. His grandparents are Ronnie and Lynne Babb of Lexington, Jerry King and the late Beverly King of Henderson, and Louis Wise of Palatka, Fla. His great-grandparents are Lloyd and Lee Nell King of Henderson and Doris Babb of Memphis. The occasion included 50 family, friends and coworkers from the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital Emergency Room. Oct. 10. There will be no morning services, the meal begins at 1 p.m. and all other activities follow lunch. South Bound will perform. Sweetlips Baptist Church will have revival at 7 p.m. Oct. 11-15. Bro. Ronnie Geary will bring the message. Faith Baptist men’s prayer meeting will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 14 and Oct. 28. The ladies’ Bible study is at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 21, at the home of Aimee Price. Hope all the children enjoy their fall break. I have been enjoying the cooler temperatures and the changing colors. Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to the family and friends of John Brooks and Dennis Russell. Special thanks to everyone for the calls, cards, flowers, food, money and prayers during the recent illness and passing of my brother, Dennis. On our prayer list are Johnnie R. Smith, Teresa Colbert, Cindy Piechocki,

Jim Alexander, Larry Browder, Ernie Merriman, David Varvel, Chrissy Busby, Loretta Pickett, Betty Stout, Coy and Geraldine Jones, Frank McEarl, Alyse Rietz, Kim Barton, Mary and Butch Russell, Rayford Mayfield and Ora Lea Barham. Birthday greetings to Hollie Talley on Oct. 8; Clinton Connor on Oct. 11; and Nell Souders on Oct. 13. Happy anniversary to Alton and Sandra Kinchen. I had a little encounter with a swarm of wasps. As I went to open my door, it was completely surrounded, as well as the wall and light fixture. I was confined to the house until someone could bring spray to kill them. Then, two days later they were back again. If you have news to share, call 989-7523. Thought for the week: Wisdom consists in knowing what to do with what you know. Have a great week.


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The small reflecting pool shows tender loving care. Danny and Shirley Stone Ross have a wonderful pool of numerous colored fish, plants, and flowers, but there is a new and special reflection called Tambrei Lanea Carnell (T.L.C. are special initials). The new grandbaby was born Sept. 28 to

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Only October 8, 1970 “Eagles Defeat Somerville Meet Bruceton Friday Nite” “In a game that saw Somerville penalized 11 times for 115 yards, the Chester County High School Eagles managed to roll up a 48-0 victory. The Eagles were penalized twice for a total of 20 yards.

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Deanburg on Feb. 8, 1931, at the Seven Gables apartment house in Marion, Ind., to Winton Dean and Mildred Wilson. Six years after his father had left farming to become a dental technician, James and his family moved to Santa Monica, Calif. The family spent several years there, and by all accounts young Jimmy was very close to his mother. According to Michael DeAngelis, she was “the only person capable of understanding him.” He was enrolled at Brentwood Public School in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles until his mother died of cancer when Dean was 9 years old. Unable to care for his son, Winton Dean sent James to live with Winton’s sister, Ortense and her husband Marcus Winslow, on a farm in Fairmount, Ind., where he was raised in a Quaker background. Dean sought the counsel and friendship of Methodist Pastor Rev. James DeWeerd. DeWeerd seemed to have had a formative influence upon Dean, especially upon his future interests in bullfighting, car racing and the theater. According to Billy J. Harbin, “Dean had an intimate relationship with his pastor... which began in his senior year of high school and endured for many years.” In high school, Dean’s overall performance was mediocre. However, he was a popular school athlete, having successfully played on the baseball and basketball teams and studied drama and competed in forensics through the Indiana High School Forensic Association. After graduating from Fairmount High School on

Brittany and Jimmy Carnell, son of Ronnie and Barbara Carnell. Guess Terry and Doris Ross will have to buy Gold Pampers or hair rollers for this first great grandchild with a head full of hair like her departed great grandmother, Lila Sue Nobles Ross. Here is interesting tidbits. Don Christopher Columbus landed in America on Oct. 12, 1492 (518 years ago). On Oct. 7, l986, First Edition British newspaper “Independent” begins publishing 24 years ago; and

Oct. 7, l957, “American Bandstand” premieres, and Dick Clark never ages – wished I had been the hostess! I visited James Lott and Dorothy Plunk Norville in Transitional Care. Both were working hard to gain improved health to head home. I don’t think the physical therapist can encourage them enough to break the record of what Charles Linster did on Oct. 7, l965. He did 6,006 consecutive push-ups! Only push-up I know to try is filled with orange sherbet, but perhaps

James and Dorothy will give their best push, so they can come home. Our prayers continue for Sally Gorman at healthcare, a past dear caregiver for Lela Coady and Robbie Rhodes. Sharon Stovall and I visit her regularly, so she can hear comforting words. Also, I carried a Pepsi to Sally Hathcoate at the healthcare Friday, but she had been moved to McNairy County. No problem Ruby Wright, LaTasha Phillips, and I will carry Pepsi to McNairy County to visit

Sally. Where there is a will there is a way. Just like crows we can fly south to Selmer… bet our arms will get tired though. Our community expresses sympathy to the families of Charlotte Annette Stewart (7-1757/9-28-10); Alice Minnie Latham Arnold (10-1730/10-1-10) – the New Friendship community showed a final hug by preparing a huge meal for the Arnold families and all community friends – it was truly a loving send-off on the wings of a dove; Lonzo Taylor (10-6-25/10-

3-10); Randall Bryant died 10-22, brother of Regina Kennedy who manages dollar general in town; Melvin Alexander died 104-10, age 54; Harold Fitts (1-16-31/10-3-10), brother of Jack Fitts; and Wayne Pusser (11-26-37/9-2110), born in Chester County and returned from Illinois to be buried in Tennessee. We feel helpless in times of sadness, but we are never hopeless. God pours His love into our hearts and all those precious memories help sustain us with His glory. God bless.

“The first half of the ball game looked as though the Eagles were going to run up a more impressive score than they did. On the first play of the game, after having received the kickoff, David Waller threw to Mike Hunt. The play covered 54 yards and an Eagle score. It took only 26 seconds to accomplish this. Allen Stewart then ran the extra points and the Eagles were ahead 8-0.”

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place in the last few years. Leonard and Mary Lou contacted me and wanted to send best wishes to all their friends in Chester County, Savannah, and the surrounding areas. If you remember Leonard and Mary Lou, they would really like you to contact them at 706-569-7991. They look forward to saying hello. Too often we underestimate the power of a touch,

a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. – Leo Buscaglia If you have an event coming up, a birthday, anniversary, or any news, call me at 989-0212 or email me at wildgoosenews@aol.com or envillecommunitynews@yaho o.com

“Junior High Eagles Get First Taste Of

Victory” “After being defeated by Parsons 44-22, then Lexington 34-0, followed by Savannah 20-14, the Chester County Junior High Eagles defeated Waverly by a score of 2018 here Monday night. This was the first loss this season for Waverly. “The Junior Eagles were down 6-0 when Dennis Bishop caught a Bobby Skellion pass and raced 58 yards for a touchdown. Ricky Clayton ran for 2 and the Eagles were ahead 8-6.”

May 16, 1949, Dean moved back to California with his beagle, Max, to live with his father and stepmother. He enrolled in Santa Monica College (SMC) and majored in prelaw. Dean transferred to UCLA and changed his major to drama, which resulted in estrangement from his father. He pledged the Sigma Nu fraternity but was never initiated. While at UCLA, he beat out 350 actors to land the role of Malcolm in Macbeth. At that time, he also began acting with James Whitmore’s acting workshop.

In January 1951, he dropped out of UCLA to pursue a full-time career as an actor. I thought it was interesting. Hope you did. Thought of the week: “Let every man be respected as an individual and no man idolized.” Albert Einstein Keep smiling and enjoy the nice weather. Call me with your news, birthdays, events, anniversaries, illness, baby announcements, etc. at 879-9777. Thanks for reading my column and all the nice comments.

Enville thing with moving around as they have done, is you lose contact with people you’ve met along the way, but you never forget them. They were very saddened by the death of Stan O’Neal this year, and the many deaths of other friends that have taken


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Baking contest brings sweet treats to Independent office The Chester County Independent held two baking contests in the past couple of weeks in conjunction with the 33rd annual Chester County Barbecue Festival. We want to issue a special thanks to our participants, judges and prize donors. Shane Robinson was featured in the Independent’s Barbecue Festival special section with his New York-style cheesecake. Judges were County Mayor Dwain Seaton, City Mayor Bobby King, LaVon Jones of LaVon’s Timeless Treasures, Patricia Ledford of the Chester County Chamber of

Commerce, and Independent’s Jeanette Butler. Kennedy Holman tirelessly worked on her special creation for the Cakes by Kids contest, Butter Cake with Twinkies and Fondant Decorations. P r i z e s were donated by Happy K i d s Consignment S h o p p e , J o n e s L u m b e r, Henderson

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Home Furnishings, and Fred’s Discount Store of Henderson.

FHU Associates’ Rummage Sale

Team Henderson Helping St. Jude

The Freed-Hardeman University Associates will have a rummage sale at the National Guard Armory Oct. 6-9. Hours are 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. Friday will be half price day. Saturday’s hours will be from 7:30 a.m. to noon. Fill a paper sack with clothes on Saturday for $1. Everything else on Saturday will be half price. All proceeds go toward scholarships.

Team Henderson Helping St. Jude is having a “It’s Just Jewelry Stop and Shop Fundraiser.” It will be held from 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 18, at First Baptist Church in Henderson. For more information or to see a catalog, call Sheila Cloud at 6081850.

Parent-Teacher Conferences Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 7, from 5-8 p.m., and on Friday, Oct. 8, fro, 8-11 a.m. for all Chester County Schools, grades Pre K-12. Teachers, principals and counselors will be available each day. Take advantage of this opportunity to visit your child’s school and teacher(s).

Cakes by Kids winner: Kennedy Holman

Band Boosters collect canned goods for Gleaners’ House The Band Boosters will be accepting canned goods at all football games for the Gleaners’ House. There will be a box inside the gate to make your donations.

Hickory Corner Comm. Center Hickory Corner Community Center will have a yard sale inside the center at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9. This will be a big sale with lots of good stuff and bargains. All proceeds will go to the center. Come and enjoy breakfast; there will be sausage, bologna, biscuits, coffee and other items. If you would like to donate items and need someone to pick them up, call Larry Farris at 608-4164, James Patterson at 989-3315 or Leonard Morris at 989-4034.

Finger School Reunion

Perfect Pie contest winner: Shane Robinson

The Finger School Reunion will be on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the Finger Community Center. A potluck meal will be at noon. For more information, call 989-7622 or 9344000.

Enville VFD Fish Fry

Public Notices SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default having been made in the payment of the debts and obligations secured to be paid by that certain Deed of Trust executed on September 23, 2005, by Mark E. Daniel and Denise Daniel to Carter, Stanfill & Kirk, Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Chester County, Tennessee, under Book 274, Page 427, (“Deed of Trust”); and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned to HSBC Bank USA, National Association, as Trustee under the Pooling and Servicing Agreement dated as of December 1, 2005, Fremont Home Loan Trust 2005E; and WHEREAS, HSBC Bank USA, National Association, as Trustee under the Pooling and Servicing Agreement dated as of December 1, 2005, Fremont Home Loan Trust 2005-E, the current owner and holder of said Deed of Trust, (the “Owner and Holder”), appointed the undersigned, Nationwide Trustee Services, Inc., as Substitute Trustee by instrument filed for record in the Register’s Office of Chester County, Tennessee, with all the rights, powers and privileges of the original Trustee named in said Deed of Trust; and NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable as provided in said Deed of Trust by the Owner and Holder, and that the undersigned, Nationwide Trustee Services, Inc., Substitute Trustee, or his duly appointed attorneys or agents, by virtue of the power and authority vested in

him, will on Thursday, October 28, 2010, commencing at 12:00 PM at the Main entrance of the Chester County Courthouse, Henderson, Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in Chester County, Tennessee, to wit: Beginning at a nail and cap in the centerline of Johnson Crossroad Church Road, the same being the Southeast corner of Hiawassee Land Company and the Southwest corner of the original tract of land which this is a part; thence with road as follows: North 62 degrees 26 minutes East 140.2 feet; North 68 degrees 30 minutes East 600 feet to a nail and cap, the true beginning of this conveyance; thence North 48 degrees 11 minutes 1.1 seconds West 573.97 feet to a hammer handle; thence North 5 degrees 59 minutes 47.2 seconds West 78.5 feet to a hammer handle; thence South 84 degrees 13 minutes 44.2 seconds East 761.95 feet to a nail and cap in the centerline of Johnson Crossroad Church Road; thence with road as follows: South 1 degree 30 minutes East 120 feet; South 9 degrees 12 minutes West 85 feet; South 33 degrees 30 minutes West 70 feet; South 57 Degrees 30 Minutes West 70 feet; South 68 degrees 30 minutes West 230 feet to the beginning, containing 4.87 acres, more or less gross. Subject to road easement. Said legal description is the same description as contained in the previous deed of record. This being the same property conveyed to Mark E. Daniel and wife Denise Daniel by deed of record in Record Book 184 Page 610 in the Chester County, Tennessee.

PROPERTY ADDRESS: 705 Johnson Crossroads Road, Jacks Creek, TN 38347 CURRENT OWNER(S): Mark E. Daniel and Denise Daniel 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. SUBORDINATE LIENHOLDERS: N/A 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 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. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Nationwide Trustee Services, Inc., Substitute Trustee c/o PP Nationwide Trustee Services, Inc. 1587 Northeast Expressway Atlanta, GA 30329 (770) 234-9181 File No.: 416.0814471TN Web Site: www.jflegal.com

The Enville Volunteer Fire Department would like to invite everyone to their Annual Fish Fry Fundraiser from 5-7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the Enville Community Center. Turn onto highway 224 in Enville and the community center is on the left. There will be fish and chicken with all the trimmings, and a cakewalk. All proceeds go toward equipment and supplies.

Chickasaw Arts and Crafts Fair Chickasaw State Park and the Friends of Chickasaw will have their annual Arts and Crafts Fair Oct. 9-10. Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday. Vendors from throughout the area will have their crafts on display and for sale. Admission is free. For information or to inquire about being a vendor, call 989-5141 or email Ronald.elder@state.tn.us

McNairy Horse Show The McNairy County Equine Association will have a make-up show at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 10, at the Fairgrounds arena in Selmer. Negative Coggins is required at registration. Entry fees are $3 per class for members, $5 for non-members. Spectator admission is free. For information or directions, call 983-3424 or 610-5534.

Brown Bag Book Club The Chester County Library Brown Bag Book Club will be discussing To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee at its Oct. 13 meeting. We would like anyone in the community who loves this book to come. The meetings are from noon to 1 p.m. in the library conference room. Participants who would like to bring their lunch or drinks may do so. This year is the 50th anniversary of the publication of this beloved book and we would like to share our thoughts about it with the community.

Jacks Creek VFD Stew Sale The Jacks Creek Volunteer Fire Department will have its annual stew sale beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, until sold out. Cost is $15 per gallon; bring your own container.

Adamsville Bluegrass Show The Clay Wagoner Memorial Bluegrass Show will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, at The Marty in Adamsville. Performers include Willie Eubanks and Crossroads, Bill Wagoner and Flatwoods, Lisa Lambert and The Pine Ridge Boys. Concessions available. Donations accepted for expenses.

Caregivers’ Group Meeting The Caregivers monthly group meeting will be hosted by Southern Oaks at 558 White Ave. on Monday, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. Speaker will be Traci Daniel, RN, from Amedisys and will be discussing stress management. There will be door prizes. Everyone is welcome.

Master Beef Producer Class A Master Beef Producer class will be conducted by UT Extension in Chester County starting in late October. This 10-class, 30hour educational program was developed to assist cow-calf producers improve the profitability of their operations. If interested, call UT Extension Chester County at 989-2103 for registration information.

Miss Henderson Pageant The annual Miss Henderson Pageant will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 28, at Williams Auditorium at Chester County Middle School. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children under 5.

Free Sports Physicals Free sports physicals will be offered every second and fourth Thursday of each month from 1:30-5 p.m., compliments of Dr. Paul Schwartz; Scott Miskelly, FNP; and April Downing, FNP, at Main Street Family Medicine, 1306 Hwy. 45 North in Henderson. This service is being provided to high school and junior high athletes to help support our local teams and the families of Chester County. Call 989-9899 to set up an appointment time and bring your sports form completed and signed by parent or legal guardian.

Second Annual Craft Mart The second annual craft mart will be held Nov. 12 through Nov. 14 at the Selmer Community Center. If you would like more information or would like to participate, call the Selmer Community Center at 645-3866.

Selmer Senior Center plans trips The Selmer Senior Center is sponsoring a trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Nov. 8-12. Cost of the trip is $579 per double occupancy. Final payment is due by Oct. 1. For more information, contact Hollie Knight at 6457843.

CC Senior Center plans trip The Chester County Senior Center is planning a trip to the Great Smokey Mountains Nov. 29-Dec. 1. Cost is $375 single, $325 double, $315 triple or $300 quad. Deposit is due by Sept. 20 with balance due by Nov. 8. For more information, call 9897434.

Hospice volunteers needed Hospice of West Tennessee is looking for volunteers to sit with cancer patients, run errands, read to them and provide companionship. Hospice volunteers are needed in Henderson and surrounding towns. For more information, call 664-4220.

Volunteers needed to deliver meals Volunteers are needed to deliver meals to shut-ins one day per month. Call the Chester County Senior Center at 989-7434 and ask for Shirley Stanfill.

Alcoholics Anonymous The Henderson group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 p.m. each Tuesday (closed discussion), 8 p.m. on Thursdays (open discussion) and 3 p.m. on Sundays (open discussion and big book). Meetings are now located at First United Methodist Church on North Ave. in Henderson. For more information, call 989-8348.

Recycle cell phones The Chester County Senior Center and the Chester County Solid Waste Department have joined together to recycle cell phones. You may drop them off at Miller’s Big Star, all five convenience centers or the Senior Center. It helps the environment and is a fundraiser for the Senior Center. Used ink cartridges are also recycled.

Word Weavers meets each month Word Weavers, a local writing group, meets at 10 a.m. the second Saturday of each month at the Chester County Library. Word Weavers is a group for anyone interested in writing. Visitors are welcome.

Yoga Classes Yoga classes are being offered at First United Methodist Church. The classes are taught by Carleen Miller, certified yoga instructor, and are held every Monday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the church’s Christian Life Center gym. The cost is $5 per session. For information, call the church office at 9892732.

Civitan Pancake Supper

Quilt Group meets monthly

The Henderson Civitan Club is hosting a pancake supper from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 18, at the Senior Citizen’s Center on Second Street. The meal includes all you can eat pancakes, sausage and drinks. Cost is $5 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. Proceeds will go back to the community through Civitan projects. For tickes, see any Civitan member or call 989-6749.

“Quilters Without a Clue” meet the third Saturday of each month at the Chester County Library from 9:30 to noon. Quilters/needleworkers of all experience levels are welcome. Lessons will be given for beginning quilters. For more information, call Carol at 608-2974 or go by the Fabric Corner, 110 E. Main St. in Henderson.


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Opinion

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Do’s and Don’ts of social networking when looking for work Perhaps nothing in the last decade has more revolutionized how people interact than the advent of social networking media. Be it through Facebook or Twitter or their respective counterparts, nowadays more and more people are using the Internet to interact with friends, family and even strangers. As convenient as such means of communication can be, they can also be risky, particularly for job seekers. In a June 2009 survey, online employment resource CareerBuilder found that 45 percent of employers reported using social media for screening job applicants. Those results came a year after a similar CareerBuilder survey of 31,000 employers found that one-third of applicants considered for jobs were rejected because of information discovered via social media. While social networking can be valuable when seeking employment, it’s best for users to carefully consider just what they’re sharing with the world, and what they should probably be keeping to themselves. Some of the Do’s In many ways, social networking sites can help job seekers as they look for work. • Do be active. Social networking sites like Facebook aren’t just for individuals. In fact, member groups and even university alumni groups have their own Facebook pages. These groups provide valuable means for job seekers to be active, be it with professional groups in their field or among their fellow alumni, which can make for a valuable networking opportunity. What’s more, prospective employers who visit an applicant’s page are likely to be encouraged by their involvement in local professional groups. • Do post pertinent information. Job seekers can show their interest in a desired field in other ways as well. Post links to stories about relevant industry topics, just be careful to avoid comments that appear too flippant or critical of the industry or any industry professionals. Posting links indicates to prospective employers that an applicant is up-to-date on current issues facing the industry. • Do be careful. While job seekers can use social networking sites as a means to display their knowledge of their desired industry, it’s important to be careful about how that knowledge is shared. When posting messages, post rational, carefully considered thoughts or opinions. Avoid remarks that might come off as overly critical, instead choosing remarks that provide concise insight and indicate an ability to provide opinion without criticism. Some of the Don’ts Ignoring the don’ts of social networking could greatly reduce an applicant’s ability to land a job. • Don’t swear like a sailor. Many people avoid swearing in public and it’s a good rule of thumb to consider all social networking sites, be it Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter, a public place. Regardless of where the foul language stems from, it’s best to avoid it entirely on social networking sites. Most people would not swear in a job

interview, and many of today’s job interviews begin with prospective employers researching an applicant online. • Don’t share inappropriate photos. Many a famous person has been caught in scandals surrounding inappropriate photos posted online. While it’s OK to horse around with friends, it’s best to avoid documenting such times online for all the world, including potential employers, to see. • Don’t get things off your chest with regards to a former employer. Disparaging remarks about a former employer make for a very visible red flag with prospective employers. Such remarks only reflect poorly on the applicant and almost certainly guarantee an individual’s resume will find the scrap heap and not the hiring manager’s desk. • Don’t get too personal. Sharing too much personal information online is another way job seekers can reduce their chances of finding work. While some information, like family photos, is acceptable, getting overly personal could scare away prospective employers.

City Burn Permits Due to the extremely dry environment, NO Burn Permits will be issued by the City Fire Department until after the next rain.

Dear Editor, I want to take this opportunity to urge each of you to exercise your right to vote in the Nov. 2 election. If you are not registered, please do so. This is the only voice we have and our future and our children’s future will be in the hands of the people we elect. But, don’t just go into that booth and vote Democrat, Republican or Independent, we have all done that before. Learn all that you can about the person that you are voting for, not just what they say, they will say the things that you want to hear. Research who is funding and supporting their campaign. If you know where the money is coming from, you will know who owns them if they are elected. There are hundreds of organizations out there that sound good and decent, but they are pushing a radical and progressive agenda. They will spend lots of money and advertising to get their candidate elected. These people and organizations will stop at nothing and want this country to be like a third world country. They want to repress the citizens and the small businesses that create jobs. They want to take from the haves and give to the have-nots and people to be dependent on the government. That would make us no better than serfs that serve a feudal lord. The government thinks they know better than we do, by taking over banks, auto companies and health care and spending our money like it was theirs. We must get our heads out of the sand, going about our daily life, thinking this will never happen to us. One day we will wake up and wonder what happened to America. Our children and grandchildren will be the ones to suffer for this. If you think this will not happen in America, read some world history, it has happened in the past and it can happen again. Our forefathers fought and died for the freedoms that we all enjoy today, the freedom that allows me to have this letter published in a newspaper. We must make sure that our country does not lose this, therefore we must vote into office good, hard-working, God-fearing leaders to head this nation. GOD BLESS AMERICA. Janice Armour Henderson


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Stop Home Fires Before They Start CITY OF HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT September 27, 2010 Joshua Lee Thompson, 27, Beech Bluff, was arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license, violation of the registration law, and violation of the vehicle financial responsibility act. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $750 bond. September 30, 2010 City Utility department employees reported vandalism to Inca Road. According to the report, someone had allegedly written names, words and gang signs on the road in red and black spray paint. October 2, 2010 A medication theft was reported at a residence on Great Oaks Circle. According to the report, missing items included 62 Xanax (1 mg), 20 Soma (350 mg) and 57 Morphine (60). October 3, 2010 Three vehicles were vandalized while parked in a parking lot north of Scott Hall. According to the report, the rearview mirror was knocked off each car, resulting in approximately $200 damage to each vehicle. October 4, 2010 Robert Johnathan Rushing, 20, 1033 Barnett Drive, was arrested and charged with domestic assault. He is held in the Chester County jail in lieu of a $2,000 bond. A theft report was taken at a residence on Hill Ave. According to the report the resident reported $300 missing from her purse, which had been in her car. She also reported having found her driver’s license in the yard. CITY OF HENDERSON FIRE DEPARTMENT September 22, 2010 7:54 p.m. – 310 E University, Heritage Towers, food in microwave burned. September 24, 2010 6:08 p.m. – 131 Cason Ave., Freed-Hardeman University, Dixon Hall, food in microwave burned. October 1, 2010 3:01 p.m. – North Church at Gene Record Park, grass fire. October 2, 2010 12:22 p.m. – East Main and White Ave., car fire. 1:48 p.m. – Sanford and Hearn, car fire. October 3, 2010 3:35 a.m. – 110 E University St., FreedHardeman University, Tyler Hall, pull station. 5:44 p.m. – 313 N Franklin, grass fire. CHESTER COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT September 27, 2010 A vandalism and theft report was taken at a residence on Highway 45 S. A resident having found where someone allegedly attempted to drive a vehicle through his yard. It appeared that the vehicle had gotten stuck, due to the ruts, and that the suspect had used the land owner’s tractor to pull the vehicle free. According to the report, it also appeared that items in his barn had been gone through, the end of the water hose had been cut off ($10), and the gasoline from his lawn mower had been siphoned out (approximately 2.5 gallons/$10), and missing was a Husqvarna Rancher or Farmer 55 chainsaw valued at $400. Tracks were traced to the neighbor’s

yard, who also reported the theft of some radiators and old equipment. September 28, 2010 Bobby Alan Oneal, 39, Enville, was arrested and charged with simple domestic assault and vandalism. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $2,000 bond. Tameisha S. Wilson, 29, 213 Whitley, was arrested and charged with failure to appear. She was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $500 bond. September 29, 2010 Patsy Darlene Stedman, 48, Luray, was arrested and charged with violation of Community Corrections – Felony. Her probation was revoked and reinstated, her sentence to begin anew. In addition, she is serving 10 days in the Chester County jail. A male Pit Bull was reported stolen from a residence (yard) on Silerton Road. According to the report, the dog had been on a chain in the yard. The dog is described as black with a white chest and white nose, weighing about 45 pounds, and valued at $500. Several items were found to be stolen from a barn on St. Rt. 197. Windows had been knocked out and the lock was broken to the barn, resulting in approximately$150 damage. Missing items included an Ingersal Rane battery charger valued at $400 as well as a ¾ inch impact socket wrench with complete set of sockets, ½ inch impact socket wrench with complete set of sockets, 3 3/8 inch impact socket wrench with complete set of sockets, 4 1/25 inch ratchet set, 2 12 point and 2 6 point, 4 3-pound shop hammers, socket extensions 1-inch to 6-inch, 5 ratchets and pull handles, 2 sets metric sockets, 100 metric wrenches, 6 pry bars, 300 SAE standard box end wrenches, 300 SAE standard open end wrenches, 10 wrenches certified by Caterpillar Engines, 8 ratchet wrenches, 8 pull handles, 30 extensions various sizes and lengths, 2 screwdriver sets, 1 sets metric Allen wrenches, 1 set SAE Allen wrenches, 2 sets Filler gages, 1 valve lifter wrench, 1 valve wrench, 1 12-volt computer test light, 3 regular test lights, 1 tool box with wrenches. The total cost of the tools is estimated at $9,000. Someone on Short Farrow Road reported an attempted break-in. According to the report, it appeared someone had attempted to pry a barn door open, breaking the lock. Damage was estimated at $500. A four-wheeler was reported stolen from a residence on Main St., in Enville. The four-wheeler was described as a green Talon 2 wheel drive with a black seat, valued at $3,000. September 30, 2010 Harold L. Arnold, 31, 253 N Franklin, was arrested and charged with contempt of court. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $750 bond. Marcia Elaine Christopher, 45, Jackson, was arrested and charged with theft of property $1,000 to $9,999. She was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $2,000 bond. October 1, 2010 Algernon Jacartha

Starks, 25, Finger, was arrested and charged with violation of Community Corrections – Felony. He is held in the Chester County jail with no bond. James Matthew Walker, 28, 960 Short Farrow Road, was arrested and charged with driving on a cancelled/revoked or suspended license. He is held in the Chester County jail in lieu of a $1,500 bond. A report was taken of a possible fraud. According to the report, a Chester County resident was hired by an online company, and was sent a check to deposit into a personal account for business supplies. The new hire was supposed to send a copy of the deposit slip showing deposit into her account. After investigation, it was determined this was a fraudulent company. Prescription medication was reportedly stolen from a residence on Maness Road. Missing items included approximately 10 Hydrocodones and five Xanax, all estimated to value $40. Prescription medication was reportedly stolen from a residence in Enville. Missing included 60 Xanax (25 mg), valued at $100; Tramadall (50 mg) valued at $75; and 30 Phenergan (25 mg), valued at $75. October 2, 2010 Timothy Dale Ricketts, 19, Huron, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $500 bond. Rita J. Stack, 50, Bethel Springs, was arrested and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct. He was released from the Chester County jail after posting a $750 bond. October 3, 2010 A window was reportedly broken at a residence on Lon Winn Lane. Damage was estimated at $350. October 4, 2010 Joseph Wesley Parker, 31, 548 Great Oaks Circle, was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. He is held in the Chester county jail in lieu of a $500 bond. The glass in the front door of Mifflin Community Mall was found shattered after a deputy responded to a burglary alarm. According to the report, entry was not made into the store. Damage was estimated at $1,000. CHESTER COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT No Reports. CHESTER COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD No Reports. CHESTER COUNTY GENERAL SESSIONS No Reports. CHESTER COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Danterrian Williams, 36, 900 Howard Road, was found guilty of the sale of Cocaine, an offense from July 26, 2005. He was sentenced to six years in a TDOC facility at a 30 percent release eligibility, receiving credit for time served, and placed on probation. He was ordered to pay court costs, restitution and $2,000 in fines. Shanna M. Yodushock, 31, 350 Melody Circle, was found guilty of three counts of forgery. She was sentenced to four years in a TDOC facility at a 35 percent release eligibility, for each count, concurrently, receiving credit for time served. She was also ordered to pay court costs and restitution.

A fire at home can occur in just about any room of the house and even outdoors. While one can’t account for natural disasters or other unforeseen problems, there are many steps homeowners can take to prevent fires. • Check the cords on all appliances and electronics. Replace any frayed or damaged cords or wires. • Do not overload outlets or rely heavily on multiplug power strips. • Keep cords out of the reach of children and pets. • When cooking in the kitchen, always be present while food is on the stove or in the oven. Flare-ups

can occur at a moment’s notice. • Don’t store items over the stove. They can fall and ignite. • Turn pot handles so that children can’t reach them and pull them over, risking burns. • Be sure appliance vents have room to “breathe.” • Have the chimney checked and cleaned regularly. • Use a metal or glass fireplace screen to block embers. • Limit the use of portable space heaters around the home. • Use extreme caution with cigarettes and ashtrays. Empty them fre-

quently when signs of heat and burning are gone. • Use light bulbs that are at the recommended wattage for a fixture. • Don’t place any electrical items by water in the bathroom. • Store flammable materials in a locked metal container in the basement or garage. • Service the furnace and hot water heater on a regular basis. • Do not store items too close to the furnace. • Be sure every level of the home is equipped with working smoke detectors. • Keep one or two fire extinguishers charged and at the ready.

Film festival plans short film competition 7-Day shootout returns to Secret City Film Festival for second year The Secret City Film Festival, now preparing to embark on its seventh year in Oak Ridge, is again holding its “7-Day Shoot Out” filmmaking competition. This fast-paced filmmaking competition, as well as the rest of the events scheduled for this four-day event to be held at the Oak Ridge Playhouse from Oct. 1417, is designed to both encourage, educate, and inspire independent film makers and to provide a number of the developing talents in the industry an opportunity to showcase their work. “Considering the extremely short time frame in which all of the phases of production must take place, it is amazing to see some of the finished films,” said Keith McDaniel, founder and director of the Secret City Film Festival. “The screenings of all the entries to the competition on the last day of the festival is a big thrill. Keeping the same format as last year, each participating team is provided a randomly selected film genre, a line of dialogue that must be used in the film, a prop, which must also be used, and a sevenday window of time to produce a short film, with a total run-time of between four and seven minutes. “In our inaugural year we had 15 teams competing from as far away as

Morristown, Tenn., with teams consisting of anywhere from 3 to 10 members,” said McDaniel. “This year we are anticipating an increase to around 25 to 30 entries. Early sign ups for the competition, which can be done on our website, are showing very promising numbers, and we are all very excited by what the screenings on the last day of the event will have to offer.” Winners of the contest will be selected by a panel of judges, grading the entries on creativity, technical merit, and adherence to the guidelines of the assignment. In addition to the awards presented by the panel of judges, the audience will also be given the opportunity to vote and determine the Audience Favorite award winner. The competition is open to any individual or group of up to 10 people wishing to participate. There are no experience requirements for this contest. A kick-off event will be held at 6 p.m. on Oct. 7 at the Midtown Community Center on Robertsville Road in Oak Ridge, where participants can submit last minute registration information and receive their required prop and all other information for their assignment. At least one member of each team must attend this meeting. The entry

fee for each team is $60, which includes two Secret City Film Festival Full Festival Passes. Registering online by Oct. 1, and payment of the entry fee provides a slight advantage to participants, as the team’s randomly selected genre for their film assignment will be provided to them 48 hours before the 7-Day Shootout Kick-off event. For more information, or to register online, visit the festival’s website at http://www.secretcityfilmfest.com/seven_day.php, or contact Rachel Bodenbender, the 7-Day Shootout Coordinator, at 865-617-8221. The Secret City Film Festival is an annual event held each fall in Oak Ridge. It features film screenings, filmmaking workshops, and special events. The festival was founded in 2004 and is directed by East Tennessee filmmaker Keith McDaniel through his production company, Secret City Films.


Obituary/Religion

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Obituaries Jo Ann Ross Feb. 18, 1937 – Oct. 2, 2010 Jo Ann Ross, 73, of Savannah, died Oct. 2, 2010. Funeral services were held Oct. 5, at Shiloh Methodist Church in Shiloh with Zolan Clayton and David Harstin officiating. Burial followed in the Shady Grove Cemetery at Shiloh with Shackelford Funeral Directors of Savannah in charge. She was born in Hardin County, the daughter of the late Joseph Silas Rickman and Nona Evelyn Glover Rickman Gray. On Dec. 27, 1980, she was united in marriage to George Ross, who survives. Mrs. Ross was a waitress for Pickwick Landing State Park Restaurant for 35 years. She had also worked for Hagy’s Catfish Hotel through high school, River Heights Restaurant and Brown Shoe Company in Selmer. She liked canning, gardening, and feeding the birds. Mrs. Ross had a loving heart for people and enjoyed helping the indigent. She was a member of the Shiloh United Methodist Church and enjoyed working with church projects. In addition to her husband, George, she is survived by a son, Terry “Po” Brown (Stella) of Smyrna; two daughters, Jan Renee Brown of Crump and Sammie Jo Hardy (Ricky) of Henderson; four grandchildren, Charlie Brown, Jeannie Danielle Morgan, Samantha Hardy and Shelby Hardy; a great-grandchild, Caroline Grace Brown; two brothers, Terry Rickman of Maryville and C.D. Rickman of Nashville; two sisters, Mary Ruth Driskell of Shiloh and Jeannie Sloan of Crump; and a brother-in-law, Jimmy Ross of Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a stepdad, Jamie Gray. Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Oct. 7, 2010

Minnie Latham Arnold Date of Death – Oct. 1, 2010 Alice Minnie Latham Arnold, 79, of Henderson, passed sway Oct. 1, 2010, at Chester County Healthcare. Funeral services were held Oct. 3 at Shackelford Funeral Directors of Henderson – Casey Chapel with Bro. Ronnie Sells officiating. Burial followed in New Friendship Cemetery in Chester County. She was born and reared in the New Friendship community of Chester County, the daughter of the late Burl and Virgie Latham. She attended schools at New Friendship and Chester County High School. She married Allen A. Arnold in 1947, and they made their home in the New Friendship community of Chester County. She worked for Oakley Fashions in Jackson for 35 years and after her retirement from Oakley Fashions, she worked for I. Appel Corporation for several years. She assisted her husband in operating Hill Top Grocery. She moved to Chester County Healthcare in January 2002. She was a member of the Big Springs United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Allen A. Arnold of Henderson; a son, Allen L. Arnold of Beech Bluff; two daughters, Kay Stewart of Bartlett and Susie Terry of Forney, Texas; a brother, Boyce Latham of Jackson; two sisters, Lillian Bridges and Helen Hurst, both Jackson; six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a grandson, Cody Allen Stewart in 2005; a sister, Maxine Connor, and two brothers, Mauldin Latham and Richard Latham. Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Oct. 7, 2010

Wayne Pusser Nov. 26, 1937 – Sept. 21, 2010 Wayne Pusser, 72, of Melrose Park, Ill., died Sept. 21, 2010, in Melrose Park. Funeral services were held Oct. 6 at Shackelford Funeral Directors of Henderson – Johnson Chapel with Bro. Stacey Goodwin officiating. Burial followed in the Pusser Family Cemetery at Enville. Wayne Pusser was born in Chester County, the son of the late Leonard H. and Melisie Tennessee Spencer Pusser. After school he moved to Melrose Park, Ill., and worked in construction, eventually owning and operating Wayne Cement Construction Company. He had been in Melrose Park the last 55 years. He was a member of the Moose Lodge in Melrose Park and was a Baptist. He is survived by three sisters, Joyce Bailey of Reagan, Irene Strickland of Byhalia, Miss., and Rebecca Carey of Jackson; two brothers, Jerry Pusser of Newbern and Ward Pusser of Rossville; a stepson, Glenn Barnett of New Hope, Ala., and a grandchild, Cayla. In addition to his parents, Mr. Pusser was preceded in death by a son, Jimmy Brock. Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Oct. 7, 2010

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Lonzo F. Taylor, Sr. Date of Death – Oct. 3, 2010 Lonzo F. Taylor, Sr., 84, of Finger, passed away Oct. 3, 2010, at the Harbert Hills Academy Nursing Home in Savannah. Funeral services were held Oct. 6 at Shackelford Funeral Directors of Henderson – Casey Chapel with Don Lipford officiating. Burial followed in Adamsville City Cemetery. He was born in Sebring, Fla., and reared in Arcadia, Fla., the son of the late Frank and Marie Albrittin Taylor. He went to school in Lorida, Fla. He married Jeanatta Lee Douglas in 1949. They made their home in Arcadia where he worked as a ranch hand on a ranch. He later worked in Ft. Pierce, Fla., as a heavy machine operator and retired in 1986. They moved to the Finger community in McNairy County in 1986. He liked boating and fishing and doing mechanic work at home and for other people. He is survived by four sons, Larry Taylor of Finger, B.F. Taylor of Bethel Springs, Lonzo Taylor, Jr. of Henderson and Edward Taylor of Rocky Knob; a daughter, Jo Taylor Moore of Henderson; three half brothers, J.C. Johnson of Florida, Billy Howard Johnson of Sardis and Phillip Johnson of Florida; two half sisters, Lillie Bell Carter and Dorothy Douglas both of Florida; 18 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and one greatgreat grandchild. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jeanatta Lee Douglas Taylor; a son, Terry Taylor; a daughter, Mary Elizabeth Taylor; a brother, Frank Taylor, and a sister, Hazel Tindell. Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Oct. 7, 2010

Levi Trace Massengill Date of Death – Sept. 25, 2010 Graveside services for Levi Trace Massengill were held on Sept. 29, 2010, with burial in Woodville Community Cemetery in Chester County with Bro. Jared Walters officiating, pastor of Mitchell’s Chapel Baptist Church. Levi Trace Massengill was born and died on Sept. 25, 2010, at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. He is survived by his parents, Clark Massengill and Elacey Jenkins of Henderson; his grandparents, Wendy and Rod Beard, and Deanna and Mark Jarrett, all of Henderson, and Charles Jenkins of Jackson; greatgrandparents, Dianne and Ernest Clark of the Woodville community and Florice and James Duncan of Jackson; great-great grandmother, Lila Jo Rowland of the Woodville community; aunts, Carie Massengill of Henderson and Jor Danna Jenkins of Jackson; uncles, Clay Massengill and Dawson Jarrett, both of Henderson; and many other special aunts, uncles and cousins. Chester County Independent (Henderson, Tenn.) Oct. 7, 2010

Why? I remember my brother when we were young saying he did not believe in God because he could not understand why a loving God could allow the existence of suffering upon children. I have heard hurting people ask this question seeking the answer to their loss and comfort for their pain. I also recall a person of old asking this question, If the Lord be with us, Why then is all this befallen us? This question has been asked down through the centuries. I will not presume to be able to satisfy everyone who will or has asked the same, why? I do believe there are two reasons why things happen in life and these causes affect all mankind. The first is natural disasters. These include storms, diseases, and birth defects. The second is a result of wrong choices. We all have been affected by both. When a storm comes through our area sometimes we have to suffer the consequence of what it has caused. It may be as little as a brief power outage, or something more significant. We do not have power over natural phe-

nomena such as tornados or thunder and lightning. The other cause is wrong choices. Sometimes I have eaten too many hot spices and my body will alert me with wicked heartburn. That was my wrong choice. Sometimes we may suffer as a result of the wrong choices of others. An example of this would be in a burglary, or other violent crime, wherein we are the victim. I know this cannot answer all the whys and will not begin to take away the sorrow of our losses. Perhaps it may ease some of our assumed guilt or give consolation if we realize everything in life happens for a reason, even if some things we may never know why? This is Sunrise.

Gospel Singing There will be a gospel singing at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, at Cave Springs Baptist Church, featuring One Accord. Everyone is invited.

Youth Stew Sale The youth group of Middlefork Road Baptist Church, 3955 Middlefork Road, will have a stew sale on Saturday, Oct. 9. Stew will be ready for sale by 11 a.m. Bring your own container.

Revivals/Homecomings On Oct. 10, “A New Beginning” Church, 938 Sol Colston Road at Finger, will be celebrating their 12th Annual Homecoming and Pastor Appreciation Day. Sunday school begins at 10 a.m., worship service at 11 a.m. The pastor and his wife will be honored at the beginning of worship. A potluck lunch will be served. For information, call Pastor Ken Kitchen at 695-1878 or 435-1186. Sweetlips Baptist Church will be holding revival services at 7 p.m. Oct. 11-15. Local singers will perform and Bro. Ronnie Geary will bring the message. Everyone is invited.

Early bird service The Henderson Church of Christ worship hour is carried over WFHU 91.5 at 8 a.m. each Sunday. The program includes recorded acappella singing, prayer, scripture reading, and a live sermon.

Prayer requests For special prayer requests or needs call 989-0326 or 989-7563. Services at Jacks Creek Apostolic Church are at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday and at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday. The church is located at 150 McAdams Loop in Jacks Creek. Brent Daniel is the pastor.


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House of Prayer Jacks Creek


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CCHS volley wins district The Chester County High School volleyball team will go into the district tournament next week as the No. 1 seed, with two additional district wins under their rankings. Last week the Eaglettes faced Liberty in Jackson and easily swept the series winning three sets straight, with scores of 25-14, 25-22, and 25-15. Kirsten Henry with had eight kills, Kamara Trice with seven kills and 10 digs, Jana Frye with 11 assists and nine digs, Emily Humphry with 11 assists and

six aces and Cynthia Beene with 11 digs. Last Thursday CCHS faced their biggest rival, Southside, and pulled out a win in four sets to win the match, 25-19, 28-6, 23-25, 25-20. The win against the Hawks not only gave CCHS the No. 1 seed in the district, but also made them winners of the regular season in their district. The District Tournament will be held next week during fall break in Jackson at Southside’s gymnasium.

Eagles falter at Lexington, another running-back out The first series of downs is becoming a horror show for the Chester County football team. One month ago, star senior running back J.D. Burton of CCHS broke a leg on the third play of the game at Wayne County. And as damaging to the team’s chances losing Burton was, the Eagles still had another speedster in the

backfield in junior Cameron Phelps. However, Friday at Lexington, Phelps suffered a broken arm on the second play of the game, a 317 setback for CCHS. Each of the two players is now out for the year. “Offensively, when we lost J.D., we wondered who would step up,” said Chester County head

Chester County High School 2010 Volleyball Schedule DateOpponent Location Time Oct. 11-14, District Tournament, Oct. 19 Regional Oct. 21 Sectional Oct. 27-29, State Tournament, * JV game first; ** Varsity, junior varsity

TBA TBA TBA TBA

Chester County High School 2010 Football Schedule DateOpponent Location Time Oct. 8 Jackson-Central M. Henderson Oct. 15 South Side Jackson Oct. 22 Bolivar Central Henderson Oct. 29 Liberty Tech Henderson

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

Chester County High School 2010 Girls’ Soccer Schedule DateOpponent Location Time Oct. 7 South Side Henderson Oct. 11 Jackson C. Merry Henderson Oct. 14 Madison Acad. Jackson *5:00 * at Hollywood; ** at Union Univ.

5:30 5:00

Freed-Hardeman University 2010 Men’s Soccer Schedule DateOpponent Location Time Oct. 15 Trevecca Naz. Nashville Oct. 19 Lyon Henderson Oct. 23 Brescia Henderson Oct. 30 Mid-Continent Mayfield, Ky. Nov. 2 Cumberland Henderson * Lions Cup

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

Freed-Hardeman University 2010 Women’s Soccer Schedule DateOpponent Location Time Oct. 15 Trevecca Naz. Nashville Oct. 19 Lyon Henderson Oct. 23 Brescia Henderson Nov. 2 Cumberland Henderson * Lions Cup

5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00

Freed-Hardeman University 2010 Volleyball Schedule DateOpponent Location Time Oct. 14 Union Jackson Oct. 19 Trevecca Naz. Nashville Oct. 21 Martin Meth. Henderson Oct. 23 Union Henderson Oct. 25 Cumberland Lebanon Oct. 29 Indiana Wesleyan Georgetown, Ky. ! SCAD Georgetown, Ky. ! Oct. 30 Olivet Naz. Georgetown, Ky. ! Georgetown Georgetown, Ky. ! Nov. 2 Lyon Batesville, Ark.

7:00 7:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 TBA TBA TBA TBA 7:00

* Holiday Inn Express Tournament; ! Boneyard Brawl

coach Jeff Cupples. Phelps did step up, helping power the Eagles to a victory two weeks ago over rival McNairy Central. But with Burton and Phelps on the sidelines, Chester County’s offense struggled mightily against the Tigers of Lexington. After Phelps went out of the game, CCHS punted to Lexington and the Tigers needed only two minutes to take a 6-0 lead. Miraculously, the Eagles found some kind of offense, marching on the next series to Lexington’s 11-yard line where they faced a fourth down and one. Quarterback Austin Cavaness dove across the 10-yard line and appeared to have enough for the first down. However, when they uncovered the pile, the mark was short, and the CCHS offense was never again a threat to win the game. The home team Tigers added two more scores before intermission, and then added a fourth TD less than a minute into the second half. Before Chester County was able to put points on the board, Lexington led 31-0. Chester County’s lone score came with 3:49 to play on a nifty 24-yard run by Cavaness. With a depleted backfield, CCHS gained a measly 75 yards total offense to 343 by Lexington. There were no turnovers in the game, but 13 penalties, seven against the Tigers for 67 yards. “Our quarterback played well. After Cameron went down we put the game on his shoulders,” said Cupples. Cavaness completed three of seven passes, but without an effective running game to be concerned about, Lexington sacked the CCHS signal caller four times. Chester County fell to 2-4, 2-1 in the district and in third place behind Lexington and Liberty, each 3-0. In order to return to the playoffs, the Eagles now face several must-win games. “They still have fire in their eyes,” an encouraged Cupples stated about his team. “They still want to compete.” At 7 p.m. Friday of this week, CCHS returns home to face winless Jackson-Central Merry. It will mark the first time ever for the Cougars to face Chester County in a varsity football game at Eagle Stadium.

District 12-AA Football 1. 1. 3. 3. 5. 5. 7. 7.

Team Liberty Lexington Chester Co. McNairy Cent. Bolivar Cent. South Side Fayette-Ware Jackson C-M

Dis. 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 0-3

All 5-1 4-2 2-4 2-4 2-4 1-5 0-6 0-6

High School Football Oct. 1 at Lexington Chester County Lexington

0– 0– 0–7= 7 6 – 15 – 10 – 0 = 31

Unofficial Statistics: First Downs Rushing (atts., yds.)

Passing

CC 7 24-47

Lx 13 42-291

(comp., atts., int., yds.)

3-7-0=28

3-3-0=52

Penalties, yards Fumbles, lost Punts, average

6-35 1-0 6-32.7

7-67 2-0 3-43.0

Unofficial Individual Statistical leaders: Rushing: CC – Bumpass 7-24; Butler 7-24. Lx – Haliburton 8-114.

Scoring Summary: First quarter: (7:36) Lx – Sellers 11 run (kick failed), [0-6]. Second quarter: (6:15) Lx – Haliburton 6 run (Sellers run), [0-14]. (0:40) Lx – Sellers 13 run (kick good), [0-21]. Third quarter: (11:13) Lx – Sellers 23 pass from Henderson (kick good), [0-28]. (0:09) Lx – 27-yard field goal, [0-31]. Fourth quarter: (3:49) CC – Cavaness 24 run (Brandon Rodriguez kick), [7-31].

Photo by James A. Webb, Independent

Austin Cavaness drags a Lexington defender in the Chester County Eagles’ District 12-AA football game Friday in Lexington.

Photo by James A. Webb, Independent

Chester County’s Dusty Mitchell, 53, drags down Lexington’s A.J. Gray during their contest Friday in Lexington.


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Collins’ golden goal gives Lady Lions victory over Bethel The Freed-Hardeman Lady Lions soccer team picked up an important win Sept. 28, downing Bethel University in overtime, 3-2. The win is the first conference victory for the Lady Lions since 2008 and marks the program’s first win over Bethel. Tied 2-2 going into extra time, it only took Freed-Hardeman five minutes to get the golden goal when sophomore Briley Collins took a pass from Whitney Newby, dribbled past a defender and finished with a well-placed shot past Bethel keeper

Jessica Coates into the upper right corner for the game-winner. It finished a big day for Collins, who also assisted on FHU’s other two scores. However, the match didn’t start off on a high note for the Lady Lions as Bethel’s Tori Barraco opened the scoring in the fifth minute, taking a through ball from KellyJade Whelan behind the defense and beating FHU keeper Tiffany Harris oneon-one. That would be the only score in the first half, despite FreedHardeman’s holding an 8-

Bethel hands Lions second conference loss The Bethel University Wildcats showed why they are one of the top men’s soccer programs in the NAIA, handing the FreedHardeman Lions a 5-0 defeat on Sept. 28. Dawyne Smith played a role in all five of the Wildcats’ goals, recording a hat trick and assisting on the other two scored by Mohammed Dumbuya. The Lions played without defensive captain Archibold Marowa, who

sat out due to receiving a red card in FHU’s previous match. Bethel (5-3-1, 2-0), who came in just outside the NAIA Top 25 in today’s poll, outshot FHU 24-4 in the match. Freed-Hardeman drops to 7-3 on the season and 02 in conference play. FHU next plays Oct. 15 against Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.

Collins named TranSouth Offensive Player of the Week Collins scored two goals and added two assists in pair of FHU wins Freed-Hardeman’s Briley Collins has been named the TranSouth Conference Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 3, 2010. Collins, a sophomore midfielder from Goodlettsville, scored two goals and assisted on two more during a 2-0 week for the Lady Lions. The sophomore played a role in all three goals - scoring one and assisting on two others - in a 3-2 victory over Bethel University. She also scored a goal in a 6-0 shutout of Midway College. She is the fourth Lady Lion to receive player of the week honors this season. Helena Yegros and Shelby Murray have each previously won the offensive award while Tiffany Harris has been honored as defensive player of the week. Freed-Hardeman (8-3-1) is one win away from tying the school record for wins in a season.

Martin upends Lady Lions for first conference loss The Freed-Hardeman Lady Lions suffered their first conference volleyball loss, falling to Martin Methodist College in five sets on Sept. 28. The RedHawks bounced back from a 2-1 deficit to narrowly take the fourth and fifth sets, 25-23 and 16-14. Sandra Montoya led the Freed-Hardeman attack with 14 kills. Sydney Rice had 12 and Fernanda Ferreira added 11. The loss dropped FHU to 5-5 overall and 4-1 in conference play.

Junior Eaglettes complete soccer season The Chester County Junior High Eaglettes’ soccer season concluded Thursday with a loss in the district playoffs to Paris Inman Middle School. CCJHS entered the game as a No. 3 seed team after finishing the regular season with a 3-0 victory over Haywood in which Talia Hinson scored a hat-trick. The Eaglettes final record was 8-4-1 and their ranking was No. 6 out of 17 teams. The team celebrated their great season at Arnold’s Steakhouse by recognizing the leadership of its eighth graders and encouraging the seventh graders to continue improving and to build on this winning foundation next year.

3 edge in shots and controlling the ball for much of the half. Freed-Hardeman (7-31, 1-1) finally got on the board in the 53rd minute off a Collins corner kick that was deflected by a Lady Wildcat to Nikki Ceeney near the back post. The senior defender

collected the ball and put it beyond the reach of Coates toward left post to tie the match at 1-1. Bethel, however, struck right back and retook the lead three minutes later, this time with Whelan getting behind the FHU defense on another through ball to slip her

shot by Harris. But the Lady Lions wasted little time in getting the equalizer, evening the match in the 59th minute thanks to another cross from Collins from the right corner that found Britny Johnson at the far post. The freshman, who joined the team two weeks

ago, chested the ball down and put it past Coates to the right post. From there, both teams exchanged a few chances but could not convert until Collins’ goal in the 95th minute. FHU next plays Oct. 15 against Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.


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Junior Eagles dominate Selmer on Homecoming

Photo by James A. Webb, Independent

The Chester County offensive line creates a huge opening for Dalton Sheffield to run for big yardage during the Junior Eagles’ big homecoming victory over Selmer Thursday at Eagle Stadium.

CCJHS Homecoming Court 2010 Chester County Junior High Homecoming Court are: Elisabeth Hibbett and Ben Fuller, Cheyenne Gilliam and Garrett Todd, Jamie Moody and Trey Deming, Catie Lowrance and Jonathan Phillips, Talia Hinson and Brady Clark, Brooklyn Davidson and Tyler Holman, Cameron Greer and Brendan Clayton.

Left: Escort Jonathan Phillips crowns CCJHS Homecoming Queen Catie Lowrance at Thursday night’s football game.

Hay plays another winning tune Coach Tom Hay, director of bands at Chester County High School, and his teammates captured the State Super Seniors Tennis Tournament recently in Knoxville. To compete in this event, you must have won your district tournament. The top six teams from across the state competed in a round robin format. Hay’s team was undefeated against the other teams which came from Fairfield Glade, Loudon, Murfreesboro, Chattanooga, and Knoxville. They will now compete in the southeast sectional tournament held in Hilton Head, S.C. In addition to his current tennis activities, Hay’s career playing accomplishments include playing No. 1 singles and doubles for the University of Tennessee at Martin, a No. 1 ranking in singles and doubles in the state of Tennessee, as well as representing Tennessee in the Senior Cup. He has won numerous local, state, and regional tournaments. Hay is an accomplished teaching professional tennis coach, earning the Tennessee state Educational Merit award (tennis professional of the year), and the Southeast tennis educational award. He has conducted clinics for Prince Manufacturing Co. in conjunction with Davis Cup Captain Tom Gullickson, and was the director of tennis for the West Tennessee Junior Tennessee Development Program.

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WYN 106.9 Adult Talent Show winners: Heather Paige Vaughn, first; Briana Hill with Madison Kuykendall, second; Paul Derek Jolley, third. Presenting the winners are Phil Hickerson and Shane Connor. Heather Paige Vaughn

Abbie Bayless Shiloh, a 3-year-old Sheltie, was named Best Pet Overall at the Barbecue Festival Pet Show, pictured at left. Shiloh is owned by Tracy Peacock. Runners up were Coco, second, Kennedy Holman’s 2-year-old Poodle, and Target, third, a 5 ½ month-old Boston Terrier-Spitz mix owned by Virginia Rowland.

WYN 106.9 Youth Talent Show winners: Abbie Bayless, center, first; Hayden Jenkins, right, second; Mallory Lowery, left, third. Presenting are Phil Hickerson and Shane Connor.

Best Male Dog was awarded to Otis, an English Springer Spaniel owned by Macy Sumler. Best Girl Dog was Molly Belle, a 5year-old Shorkie owned by Kelly Hatch.

The annual Pig Trot 5K winners included, front row from left: overall female winner Julie Johnson from Henderson; female grand masters champion Becca Jones; and masters champion Judy Harris of Henderson; and back row: grand masters champion Lynn Tiller from Hohenwald; masters champion Randy McKinnon; and overall winner Scott York of Lexington.

Karen Bishop, pictured with Chamber directors Patricia Ledford and Emily Shelton, was the winner of the “All things Chester County” gift basket. Local businesses donated items for the giveaway.

Tractor Pull winners in the 5-6 year old age category are, from left, Blake Snider, third place; Gary Roeder, first place; and Jacob Rush, second place.

Winners in the 7-8 age category are Logan Robertson, first place, and Nick Evans, second place.

Kennedy Holman won first prize in CCI’s Cake by Kids Contest. For the second year in a row Chester County Clerk Johnny Garner has reigned supreme earning first place in this year’s Hog Callin’ Contest.

Winners in the 9-10 age category are, from left, Andy Hanson, third place; Elyssa Ledford, first place; and Shelby Snider, second place.

The first ever winners of the first ever Prettiest Pig Contest were, 1-year-old Alexis Crouse, first place, and 10-month-old Zoey Lynn Jones, second place.

Winners of the 11-year old Tractor pull are Ben Brown, first place and Colton Crowin, second place.


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By Rosemary McKnight East Chester is happy to have Principal Kim Scott back at work following her recent surgery. She enjoyed the many cards made for her by students. Report cards will be sent home Thursday, Oct. 7. This is the first year Chester County Schools have used the nine-week reporting system. P a r e n t - Te a c h e r Conferences will be held from 5-8 p.m. Thursday and 8-11 a.m. Friday. These conferences give teachers a chance to talk with parents about students’ strengths and weaknesses and the progress they have made during the first quarter of the school year. Students will attend a full day of classes on Thursday, but school will be dismissed for them on Friday. Fall Break is the week of Oct. 11–15. Rumor has it that “Flat Stanley” will be going with several third-grade students on trips during the break. It will be interesting to see pictures and learn about the places he goes. PTO will meet on Oct. 19. They have requested gallon-sized cans of whole

By Emily Brown Fall is in the air at West Chester! Several classes have gone on fall field trips and many have been busy making fall crafts or other preparations for our upcoming Fall Festival. This year’s festival will be on Saturday, Oct. 23. Meal ticket sales have begun. This year’s dinner will feature a pork chop plate for $8 or a hot dog plate for $4. If you’ve ever tried Dwain Seaton’s pork chops, you know they are the best. Contact a West Chester student for tickets. Make sure you return your tickets and/or money no later than Oct. 18. Royalty representatives have been working hard to raise money for our school. All royalty money will need to be turned in by 10 a.m. on Oct. 19. Start making plans to bake for our famous cakewalk. Prizes will be given to the student who brings in the most cakes, most creative and largest. This year we are adding a Toy Walk for the kids! Students are asked to bring in new or gently used toys for the “toy walk.” A note went home last week about the

EEdduuccaattiioonn kernel corn be donated in October for the Fall Festival dinner. Following PTO, there will be a Parent Involvement Program for each grade level. This program will be about math skills. Sympathy is extended to first-grade teacher Leslie Hunt on the death of her father, Ralph Dodson. Mr. Dodson had been a regular visitor at East Chester through the years. We also congratulate Mrs. Hunt on the recent birth of her grandson, Jackson Hunt Welch. Jackson was born to Brooke and Tyler Welch On Sept. 18. East Chester’s physical education teachers have been busy doing fitness testing on students. The P.E. department is about much more than playtime. Kindergarten teachers have also been busy testing skills and doing assessments. They look forward to discussing these assessments with parents during Parent Teacher Conference. First-grade classes have been learning about consonant blends. They enjoyed a round of Jeopardy to review their blends. Sherri Henson’s second-graders enjoyed learning about geography in a hands-on way. Ms. Sherri’s practicum student gave each student two Styrofoam bowls. They glued them together to form a model of Earth. Then they labeled the North Pole, South Pole,

and equator and colored their planet. Music has been drifting from the third-grade hall. These students are learning about life science. They have enjoyed singing along with a CD called “Nature Nuts.” The songs have helped teach standards about food chains, environments, animal groups and other skills. “Praise the Plants” has been a favorite song to help teach the life cycle of a plant. Third-grade students have been learning about different habitats. These week students brought in dioramas. Each student created a model of an environment that they learned about. Deserts, oceans, arctic lands, wetlands and forests have come to life in these rooms. Dee Arnold’s class had some special visitors to help her students learn about science. Dr. Paul Fader, Dr. Rachel Stevens and Dwina Willis (Laura Beth Welch’s grandmother) from the FHU Science Department brought three microscopes to class. Students were able to look at leaf veins and plant cells though the microscope. They also looked at the cross section of a tree trunk and discovered there are many things you can learn by looking at the cross section of a tree. Dr. Fader talked about the palm tree from his home state of Florida and explained that this tree has no rings. He also showed students a branch

toy walk and about our Silent Auction baskets. Game Night Basket, Movie Mania, Crayola, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are just a few of our themed baskets that we will have in this years’ Silent Auction. Since fall is in the air, this means that the kids will begin wearing jackets to school. Please make sure your child’s name is written in his/her coat. Every year we have many coats in the lost and found that go unclaimed. If there is a name in the jacket, it makes it easier on teachers and bus drivers to return it to its owner. Thanks to those who attended our PTO meeting Tuesday night. Coach Todd Lewis, our P.E. teacher, was our guest speaker. Final preparations were made for the Fall Festival. If you were unable to come to the meeting and would like to volunteer to help with our Fall Festival, contact our PTO president, Phyllis Crawford or the school office. Kindergarten students have been busy learning all about fall. They even made their own homemade applesauce after learning all about the different parts of the apple. They enjoyed tasting a variety of apples. The students also brought in various types of “fall items” such as leaves, acorns, cotton and seeds.

They are comparing, contrasting and graphing the items. First-grade students were able to visit Falcon Ridge Farm in Toone last week. They enjoyed the corn maze with its interesting spider facts, the pumpkin patch, the petting zoo, and learning facts about walking horses. First-graders have also been busy learning about water habitats and nouns. Second-graders have been learning about water habits and working on multiplication. Secondgrade teachers would like to encourage parents to continue counting money and reading with their child. As your child is reading his/her reading story or library book, ask questions along the way to make sure your child comprehends what the story is all about. This will help your child out tremendously with fluency and reading comprehension! Heather Melton and her student teacher, Kayla Taylor, celebrated with their third-grade class on

and pointed out how a scar is left when a leaf falls off. Patricia Johnson visited Rosemary McKnight’s third-grade class last week. She recently moved to Henderson. Mrs. Johnson is the wife of Brigadier General Paul Johnson who is currently stationed in Afghanistan. Students in this class are corresponding with General Johnson during this school year. Mrs. Johnson told students about their family and the experiences her husband has had during his career in the Air Force. She brought pictures of General Johnson, the family, and the A-10 plane that he flies. She also brought a flight suit, his dress uniform, a coin that he designed when he was Base Commander in Arizona, and a silver bullet from the A-10. Students were impressed with the many medals on his dress uniform. Mrs. Johnson said that her husband wanted her to tell students about changes that are taking place in Afghanistan, especially for girls and women. Dr. Belinda Anderson’s gifted students have been reading the Wizard of Oz. They are getting ready to put Dorothy on trial for the murder of the Wicked Witch. Each week they are focusing on higherlevel thinking skills to help them prepare for the upcoming trial. East Chester hopes everyone has an enjoyable Fall Break. Friday. They have earned 100 points for good behavior and enjoyed yummy ice cream sundaes! Thirdgraders are looking forward to a field trip to Falcon Ridge Farm on Oct. 29. Permission slips for the field trip have been sent home. Our very first nineweek report card goes home Thursday, Oct. 7, so watch for those! ParentTeacher Conferences are being held tonight (Thursday) from 5-8 p.m. and tomorrow (Friday) from 8-11 a.m. If you are unable to attend during these times, please get with your child’s teacher and schedule a date when you can attend or schedule a telephone conference. We want to make sure that we are able to contact each family and discuss how your child is doing. Remember that school will be dismissed on Friday for conferences and the following week for fall break. We hope our West Chester families and friends have a fun and safe break!

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Inside CCHS by Meghan Black Last Monday, the high school drama department held auditions for Steel Magnolias. Several girls came out, but only six could make it. The girls who made it are the following: Annelle – Shanie Little, Truvy – Shelly Robison, Clairee – Samantha McCoy, Shelby – Meghan Black, M’Lynn – Grace Lowery, and Ouiser – Becca Schucker. Congratulations to all these girls! Thank you for all of those who tried out. On Saturday, the high school band went to a competition. They came in third place out of six bands. Congratulations to the Chester County High School Band members! The All Northwest Honor Choir auditions were also this past Saturday. The students who made it are the following: McKenna Herl, Miranda Preece, Savannah Warren, Mary Beth Morris, Lydia Creech, Madison Taylor, Mishka Henry, Aubrey Rodriguez, and Josh Moore. Congratulations to all these students! McKenna Herl and Aubrey Rodriguez are both first alternate for All State Honor Choir. Congratulations to both of them!

By Amber Murley A very big thank you goes to Unity Baptist Church for donating tissues, wipes and hand sanitizer to our classrooms. Three students at Jacks Creek Elementary School received Reading Renaissance certificates for Accelerated Reader certification levels. Receiving “Ready Reader Awards” for having five points are Jonathan Timmer, Meadow Elway and Alayna Schafer. Rising Reader Awards for having 10 points and

reading at least three books without help on 1.6 or above reading levels are Madison Melton, Darion Reeves, Anna Stout, Sylvette JohnsonLehr and Gabbie Frazier. Students were treated to an assembly with the Energized Guyz on Tuesday. They talked to students about energy conservation. Their motto is, “Open your eyes, be energy wise.” On Wednesday, Al McKinnon brought a fire truck for students to see and talked to them about fire safety. Report cards will be sent home Thursday, Oct. 7. Parent teacher conferences are set for 5-8 p.m. Oct. 7 and 8-11 a.m. Oct. 8. School is dismissed Friday, Oct. 8. Next week is fall break! We hope everyone has a safe and restful week. Remember, Jacks Creek is “where students shine!”


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By Ally Rogers Report cards will go home Thursday, Oct. 7. Parent teacher conferences will be from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 7, and from 8-11 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 8. No set

appointments will be made, so feel free to come by at a time that is convenient to you during these hours. You can bring your child’s report card to have their schedule, grades and list of teachers. School will be dismissed on Friday for students. The football team played their last game last Thursday night and celebrated with a victory! The Eagles beat the Lions of Selmer 20-6! This win paid off for a season of hard work. During halftime, Catie Lowrance was crowned our CCJHS Homecoming Queen.

Congratulations to all of our club representatives. Our girls’ soccer season ended Thursday, as the Lady Eagles played in Paris. They were defeated in the district game, but ended the season with a record of 8-4-1. They worked extremely hard and played very well. They were in the top six of the district out of 17 teams! Way to go! The basketball season officially begins after Fall Break. The Eagles and Eaglettes will play in a Jamboree in Scotts Hill on Tuesday night. I encourage you all to come and

support our Junior High basketball teams! Pictures for Who’s Who will be taken Friday, Oct. 22. Students included will need to wear their uniforms. Yearbooks can still be purchased online (www.smart-pay.com), by phone (1-800-853-1337), or by mail. Please do not send any money to school for these. For any other information, contact Marilyn Davis. Fall Break will be next week, Oct. 11-15! Enjoy time away from school and be safe if you are traveling!

All Chester County Schools Monday, Oct. 11 – Friday Oct. 15 Fall Break Schools Dismissed

by Nancy Canada For the Brown Bag Book Club’s Oct. 13 meeting, we have chosen the timeless classic, To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. This year marks the 50th anniversary of its publication and, ironically, the book is on the National Library Association’s list as one of the most challenged books. Because this book is loved by so many, we are inviting anyone in the community who is interested to come and discuss this book. We meet from noon to 1 p.m. in the library conference room. Participants may bring their own lunch or something to sip on during the discussion. The group has chosen Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See as the selection in November. We hope to see other book lovers at our October meeting. The month of October has been designated as Fine Free Month. Bring in your library materials, no matter how overdue, and we will forgive the fine. If you have returned materials late, let us scan your card and remove the fines. Fine collections are a good source of revenue for the library, but in these tough economic times, we want to help our patrons as much as possible. In turn, we urge you to live up to the promise that you made when you filled out your library card application and return your materials in a timely fashion. The library belongs to all of us. Our final book sale of the year will be in November and will be sponsored by the Friends of the Library. We appreciate the donations that appear so often. The Friends of the Library provide snacks for the children during the summer reading program, pizza for our annual Middle School Book Club party, and last year, the Friends paid for a visit from Chasing4Life, storm chaser/educators who visited three county schools. The annual Storytime Halloween party will be at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 26. Children may dress in costume if they wish. We will read Halloween sto-

ries, color Halloween pictures, and have some spooky snacks. All ages are welcome. We have received notification from the Shiloh Regional Library that we are eligible for $4,000 in federal funds to be spent between now and April, and $1,382 in state funds per quarter to be spent on the purchase of library materials. We welcome suggestions from our patrons on what is needed on our shelves. The library board welcomes Ron Elder, who was recently appointed by the Chester County Commission. Ron is a park ranger at Chickasaw. His wife Jennifer is a former band director, now stay-athome mom to Benjamin, age 3, and Levi, who was born in June. Both boys are regular Storytime participants. They are active members of Trinity United Methodist Church. We are so lucky to have such a committed and caring group to administer library policies. Everyone who serves on the board has a library card. Our officers for the coming year are Janice Haithcoat, chairman; Harvette Croom, vice chairman; Jennifer Cronin, secretary; and Dr. Wanda Black, treasurer. Other members besides Ron are Chris Bailey; Randle Fenimore; Sandra Highers, County Commission representative; and Michael Phelps, City representative. The library has long provided headphones for computer users. Obviously, the headphones get a tremendous amount of use and wear out quickly. In the interest of economy and hygiene, we are going to ask computer users to bring their own headphones, but this is not a policy that is going to happen immediately. We plan to provide inexpensive ones for a $1 fee which will then become the property of the patron. The Canada family welcomes our first grandchild, Malone Ellis Wilburn, who was born on Sept. 24. His proud parents (and avid readers) are Jonathan and Julia Canada Wilburn of

Nashville. Jared Canada is the proud uncle. We hope that Malone can visit Storytime soon. He is certainly going to be read to a lot. New arrivals at the library are: DVDS: Remember Me; The Ghost Writer; Clash of the Titans; several DVDS on English usage and Math; Letters to Juliet; and Prince of Persia. AUDIO BOOKS: 1022 Evergreen Place; Safe Haven; In A Heartbeat; and The Lion. JUVENILE LITERATURE: Our Principal Promised to Kiss A Pig; Happy Thanksgiving, Curious George; The Van Alen Legacy: A Blue Bloods Novel; Keys to the Repository; The Magic Treehouse: A Ghost Tale At Christmastime; Into the Gauntlet; Knuffle Bunny Free: An Unexpected Diversion; Olivia Goes to Venice; The Christy Miller Collections, Vols. 3 and 4; Heartless; Mockingjay; Life As We Know It; and the Pretty Little Liars series: Killer; Pretty Little Liars; Wanted; and Wicked ADULT NON-FICTION: Guinness World Records 2011; The Everything Father-to-Be Book; Setting the Records Straight: How to Craft Homeschool Transcripts and Course Descriptions for College Admissions and Scholarships; Supershop Lie A Coupon

Queen; Unvaccinated, Homeschooled, and TV Free; Three Weeks to eBay Profits; Sykpe for Dummies; A Journey: My Political Life by Tony Blair; Blogging for Dummies; The Everything Canning and Preserving Book; Fight Back Against Unfair Debt Collection; 10,001 Ways to Live Large On A Small Budget; The Bipolar Teen; Raising A Moody Child; The Best Life Guide for Managing Diabetes; Obesity: The Biography; Mary Tudor: Princess, Bastard, Queen; and Mark Twain: The Adventures of Samuel L. Clemens. ADULT FICTION: Lost Empire by Clive Cussler; Maybe This Time by Jennifer Crusie; Dark Peril by Christine Feehan; The Thorn by Beverly Lewis; Ape House by Sara Gruen; Lydia’s Charm by

Wanda Brunstetter; Crow Lake by Mary Lawson; The Postcard Killers and Don’t Blink both by James Patterson; Fly Away Home by Jennifer Weiner; Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks; Ice Cold by Tess Gerritsen; I’d Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman; Wicked Appetite by Janet Evanovich; Dog Tags by David Rosenfelt; 1022 Evergreen Place and Call Me Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber; An Irish Country Doctor; An

Irish Country Girl; An Irish Country Christmas; and An Irish Country Village by Patrick Taylor; Fall of Giants by Ken Follett; The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff; Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery by Charlaine Harris; Legacy by Danielle Steel; Santa Fe Edge by Stuart Woods; Bad Blood by John Sanford; and MiniShopaholic by Sophie Kinsella. See you at the library!


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FOR SALE FOR SALE – 16 foot, flat bottom boat, camo, 35 HP, great shape, $2,000. Playstation 2 (remote and games), $80. Jet ski with trailer, $400. Ski boat, needs a little work, $500. PSP, still new, $100, with extras. Call 731-435-1091 or 731-608-6650. (22P) FOR SALE – Brand New Innerspring Mattresses starting at $99 / set. New 3pc. Sofa / Love Seat / Chair, $479. New Pub Dining Table & Chairs, $239. Futon Mattresses, $99. Tempur Pedic-like Memory Foam Queen Mattresses, $599. Bunk Beds, $199. Phone: 731-610-1811. (23P) FOR SALE – 1 acre—-$5,000— -$50 down—-$50 / month (close to Jackson). 1 acre—-$7,000—$70 down—-$70 / month (close to Jackson). 1 acre—-$8,000—-$80 down—-$80 / month (close to Jackson). 2 1/2 acres—$15,000—-$150 down—-$150 / month (close to Jackson). 6 1/2 acres—-$15,000—-$150 down— -$150 / month. Driveways and building sites are done and electricity on most lots. No restrictions and NO CREDIT CHECK. Chester County, TN. 731-9894859. (TFC) FOR SALE – Whirlpool White

Gas Range, Electric Oven, Under Counter Microwave. All for $125, cash only. Call 731577-0041 or 731-608-4675. (22P) FOR SALE – Moving Sale! 1995 Grand Cherokee. Runs Good! New Parts! $3,000. Call 989-5450 and ask for Ralph. (23P)

CHEAP HOUSE TRAILER OR HOUSE LOT – 3 1/2 Acres. 10% Down & $150 / Month. Owner Terms. No Credit Check. Call 608-2799. (TFC) FOR SALE – Clayton Homes – Corinth, MS – Factory direct pricing. 4-bedrooms starting at $39,950. Call 662-287-4600. (TFC)

CHEAP HOUSE TRAILER LOTS – 5 Acres, Doublewides. 10% Down & $150 / Month. Owner Terms. No Credit Check. Call 608-2799. (TFC)

FOR RENT

FOR SALE – Ab Lounger Sport, $50. Olympic weight bench with 230 lbs. weight, $100. RCA big screen TV, 52-inch, 4 years old, $450 OBO. Call 879-9733. (22P)

NOW LEASING – Hillview Manor Apartments. 1, 2, 3 and 4 BR apartments available. NEW HEAT/AIR CONDITION UNIT. Call 731-989-5203, Mon.Fri., 8-4:30. Equal Housing Opportunity. (TFC)

OWNER FINANCING – Land or Lots —- Payments As Low As $100 / Month. Call 731-608-2228. (TFC) FOR SALE – White, Side by Side Fridge. Call 424-6291. (22P)

FOR RENT – 2 BR, 1 BA Duplex. No Pets. 1 year lease. Yard maintained. Excellent condition. 983-2766. (TFC) FOR RENT – 1257 sq. ft. office with CHA on Highway 45. $500 / Month. 989-7488. (TFC)

CHEAP HOUSE TRAILER LOTS – 1 Acre, Single or Double Wide. 10% Down & $100 / Month. Owner Terms. No Credit Check. Call 608-2799. (TFC)

FOR RENT – 327 W. Main St. Henderson, TN. 2 BR House. $400 / Month. Call 615-7081229. (TFC)

FOR SALE – Clayton Homes – Corinth, MS – CLOSEOUT on New 5 bedroom, 3 bath home. $0 down to landowners. Call 662287-4600. (TFC)

FOR RENT – 2 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home near Chickasaw. $350 / Month. $150 Deposit. No Pets. References Required. 983-5707. (TFC)

FOR RENT – 2 BR Duplex, Samantha Cove. $450 / Month. $200 Deposit. Call 608-8280. (TFC)

Building, 117 W. Main St. 3900 sq ft, basement. Will divide. United Country Action Realty. 989-7488. (TFC)

FOR RENT or OWNER FINANCING – 3 BR, 2 BA, 2-Car Garage. Great Location! $750 / Month. Call 608-6804. (22C)

FOR RENT – 2 or 3 BR, 2 BA House. Stove and dishwasher furnished. 1 quarter mile from WalMart South. Good condition, wellmaintained, good neighborhood. No pets. Some part-time work available. $625 / Month. $500 Deposit. Call 571-8170. (22P)

FOR RENT or SALE – Nice 2 BR Mobile Home, double carport, 2 decks, insulated shop. 1315 Old Jacks Creek Rd. Henderson City Limits. $450 / Month, deposit, yearly lease, background checks. Some appliances furnished. NO inside pets. 989-7084. (22P) FOR RENT – 2 BR Apartment, Woodland Dr., W/D Hookup, CHA, 1 Year Lease, $400 / Month, $250 Deposit. 1 BR, $325 / Month, $250 Deposit. 931-315-9589 or 731-554-2838. (TFC) FOR RENT – 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home, CHA, appliances, 3 acres. 580 Loop Road (Deanburg). $550 / Month. 9897488. (TFC) FOR RENT – 2-bedroom, 1-bath townhouse, $375 a month, $150 deposit. 467-0226. (TFC) FOR RENT – 2 bedroom brick house near Chickasaw. 3280 Pleasant Springs. $495 / month. 989-7488. (TFC) FOR

RENT

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FOR RENT – 2 bedroom house, garage, appliances, fenced yard on 1 acre near Chickasaw. 180 Taylor Trail. $550 / Month. 989-7488. (TFC) FOR RENT – 3 bedroom brick house, carport, appliances. 234 Tulip. $595 / month. 989-7488. (TFC) FOR RENT – 3 bedroom house, CHA, appliances, carport, storage building, 380 Patterson. $595 / month. 989-7488. (TFC) FOR RENT – 3 bedroom brick home, carport, large shady yard. 350 Melodie Circle. $600 / month. United Country Realty 989-7488. (TFC) FOR RENT – 2 bedroom house, CHA, oak cabinets, appliances. $400 / month. 367 University. 989-7488. (TFC) FOR RENT – 2 BR, 1 BA House. Baughn St. Central Air, Base Board Heat. $325 / Month. $150

Deposit. Call 608-0524. (22P)

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED – Chickasaw Chalet is looking for a part-time Owner’s Assistant. Duties include, but are not limited to: cleaning cabins, customer service, answering phones, taking reservations, and general office work. Sundays are mandatory. Must be able to pass background check and possess a solid “can-do” work ethic. Must be able to go up and down steps and lift 50 lbs. Basic computer skills including Word, Outlook, Excel and QuickBooks is helpful. Please call for an appointment to apply in person. Call Tony or Julie at 731-9836000. (22C) DRIVERS! No Experience? No problem! 14-day local training in Jackson, TN. To earn great pay, benefits, job security. Placement assistance & student tuition loans available. Call 1-800-423-8820 or go to www.drive-train.org for training opportunity with DRIVETRAIN, 119 E.L. Morgan Drive in Jackson. (TFC)


CHESTER COUNTY INDEPENDENT • Thursday, October 7, 2010 PAGE 7-B CHURCH NURSERY POSITION opening. 3 hours on Sunday morning, 2 hours on Wednesday, and miscellaneous hours as needed for special events. $9.00 / hour. Contact LaNissa Finney at 731-313-0499 for more information. (22C)

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED LAND OR STANDING TIMBER on 10 acre tracts and larger. Pine & hardwood. Carter Timber & Land. Since 1993. Ted Carter 731-607-0777. (TFC) WILL PAY CASH – By the piece or house full, antiques, collectibles, anything of value. 695-7196. (TFC) PUBLIC NOTICE! The mobile home located at 195 Howard Bailey Rd. must be removed by October 18, 2010 or the rights of the owner will be relinquished and the mobile home will be removed. (23P) CHILD’S PET MISSING – Brownish Tan, Yorkie / Shih Tzu mix. Left from home on Rabbit Ranch Rd. / Trice Rd. area on Sunday, September 19 around noon. His name is Jake. Please call if you have any information. 731-608-7917 or 731-608-0810. (TFC) BIG BIRD’S NEST Daycare Opening. Breakfast, hot lunch, and snacks! 989-3765. (23C) HOUSE CLEANING – Weekly, Bi-Weekly, or Monthly. Quality Work, Honest, Excellent References. Call 731-6095864 for FREE estimate! (22P) WILL DO housecleaning or sit with elderly. Call Herman Beachy at 934-0064 or 610-7668. (22P)

STATEWIDES ADOPT: OUR LOVING HEARTS will cherish your newborn. Happily married, educated couple will provide warm secure home. Expenses paid. Contact: Patty & Greg www.pattyandgreg.com 1-888-497-4431 (TnScan) DIVORCE WITH OR WITHOUT Children $125.00. With Free name change documents and marital settlement agreement. Fast and easy. Call us 24hrs./ 7days: 1888-789-0198 or www.CourtDivorceService.com (TnScan) AUCTION BANK- OWNED HOMES in this area. Now is the time! The market, interest rates, and opportunities couldn’t be better. New Properties Added Daily! 2% to Buyer’s Agents! Bid Now Online: www.OnlineBidNow.com Hudson & Marshall, 1-866-5394174 (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) NEW NORWOOD SAWMILLS- LumberMate-Pro handles logs 34” diameter, mills boards 28” wide. Automated quick-cycle-sawing increases efficiency up to 40%! www.NorwoodSawmills.com/300 N 1-800-661-7746 Ext 300N (TnScan) IT’S YOUR MONEY! LUMP sums paid for structured settlement or fixed annuity payments. Rapid, high payouts. Call J.G. Wentworth. 1-866-294-8772. A+ Better Business Bureau rating. (TnScan) HERNIA REPAIR? DID YOU Receive a Composix Kugel Mesh Patch Between 1999-2007? If patch was removed due to complications of bowel perforation, abdominal wall tears, puncture of abdominal organs or intestinal fistulae, you may be entitled to compensation. Attorney Charles Johnson 1-800-535-5727 (TnScan)

FedEx GROUND CONTRACTOR NEEDS Team Drivers with Class-A CDL * Weekly Hometime * * Weekly Pay * * Medical Benefits * Qualifications: Minimum 1yr OTR, Double Endorsements or willing to obtain, Clean MVR. Call Mike at 901-267-8670 or Jeff at 731-335-3445 (TnScan) OPIES TRANSPORT, INC. HIRING OTR Drivers with 2 years experience. No Hazmat, No NYC. Call 800-341-9963 or complete an online application at w w w. o p i e s t r a n s p o r t . c o m (TnScan) FEDEX GROUND CONTRACTOR SEEKING Class A Drivers - Teams Preferred! • Great Pay Package • Excellent Hometime • No Touch Freight • All Drop & Hook. Toll-Free 866-565-1700 or apply online www.AmericanBestTransportatio n.com/Careers (TnScan) BIG G EXPRESS 100% Employee Owned OTR Solo Drivers Home Most Weekends, 1yr w/Class A-CDL, Low Cost Insurance, Free PrePass/EZ Pass, APU’s in all trucks 1-800-6849140 ext2 www.biggexpress.com (TnScan)


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Public Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of: Phyllis C. Melton Notice is hereby given that on the 23th day of September, 2010, Letters Testamentary (or of Administration as the case may be) in respect to the estate of Phyllis C. Melton who died September 19, 2010 were issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Chester County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against the estate are required to file the same with the clerk and of the above named court within the earlier of 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 the 23rd day of September, 2010. Charles Hampton Executor Attorney for Estate: Donald D. Glenn Clerk Cornelia Hall

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 April 29, 2005, executed by Kimberly C. Haskins and Jason Haskins, conveying certain real prop-

erty therein described to Robert M. Wilson, as Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Chester County, Tennessee recorded May 6, 2005, in Deed Book 268, Page 19-30; and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned 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, was given in accordance with Tennessee law; and WHEREAS, the undersigned, Rubin Lublin Suarez Serrano TN LLC, having been appointed by 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 October 21, 2010 at 11:00 AM at the CHESTER County courthouse door where the foreclosure sales are customarily held at the CHESTER 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: BEING LOT NO. 43 OAK HILL SUBDIVISION, A PLAT OF WHICH APPEARS OF RECORD IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 14, IN THE REGISTER`S OFFICE OF CHESTER COUNTY, TENNESSEE, REFERENCE TO WHICH PLAT IS HEREBY MADE FOR A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION OF SAID LOT. THIS IS THE SAME REAL ESTATE CONVEYED TO KIMBERLY C. HASKINS AND JASON HASKINS BY DEED OF RECORD IN THE REGISTER`S OFFICE OF CHESTER COUNTY, TENNESSEE, IN RECORD BOOK 268, PAGE 17. PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street address of the property is believed to be 702 Holly Drive, 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): Jason Haskins, Kimberly C. Haskins OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc as nominee for BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP. The sale of the abovedescribed 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 us 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/propertylistings.php Tel: (888) 890-5309 Fax: (404) 601-5846 Ad #6009:

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