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more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Clubs can be found in more than 200 countries. Rotary

Eagle Creek Fire Department responded to a call Friday night on June 17, 2011 around 8:52 P.M. A house at 1928 Clifton Turnpike was on fire. The home belonged to Gary Jones of 1882 Clifton Turnpike. Mr. Jones rented the residence to the Sykes family. Randy and Jessica Sykes, a young 21 year old couple, lived in the home with their 8 month old son Randy James. Even though the family was not there when the fire started, they drove up to see flames taking over their home. Eagle Creek Fire Chief Steve Smith stated, “The fire started with the dryer and air conditioner. It was an older home. All the couple was able to get out of the house was a container of baby formula.” The Clifton Fire Department, Station 1 and 2, were the next responders. Chief Smith said they were such a big help and he was very thankful. Randy Sykes had

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Seth Sumner and Tommy Martin proudly display the banner announcing the honor of Rotary Club of the Year for their organization.

Clifton Rotary Named Club Of Year Dist. 6760

“Serving Wayne County Since 1857” “Pray Without Ceasing”

Bank Robber Captured Wednesday Afternoon In Indian Creek Area A spokesman with the U.S. Attorney General’s Office in Nashville verified that Roger Dale Pulley, 61 has been charged with armed bank robbery. On Monday, June 13, 2011 Roger Pulley robbed the Bank of Collinwood at gun point. He had attempted to disguise his appearance with tape, a fishing hat, and his arm in a sling. He was captured on

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 barely two days later.

Pulley was hiding on a bluff overlooking Indian Creek, southwest of Collinwood. Investigators received information that led them to his whereabouts. He had apparently been watching the search parties from his hiding spot. Pulley was captured without incident.

Authorities did not find the weapon although most of the money had been recovered. Pulley is being held in the Maury County Jail by the FBI. He is set for arraignment in Nashville on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at 10:30 A.M. This will be a preliminary hearing held at the Federal Court House in the state’s capital. Magistrate Judge John S. Bryant will preside over the hearing.

Board Of Education Recognizes Students

Correction/Clarification School System Found In Violation Of Title IX In the Wednesday, June 15, 2011 issue of the Wayne County News, an article regarding the sexual harassment suit

Duren And Burress Retire After Near 40 Years Extension Service

Ken Burress And Cindy Duren pose for a picture at a recent retirement reception, held in their honor. Ken Burress and Cindy Since the seventies, two people have been in Duren have taken it all in charge of working with stride though. They have our local agricultural adapted and excelled community. A lot of thin- with the changes. Even retirement from gs have changed in that as time. Hogs are no longer their rewarding careers king. The telephone and arrived, excitement for mail have been edged out the people, land, and livestock remained. by the internet. The University of TN Extension has an office Continued On Page Two)

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Obituaries - Page 4 Society - Page 6 Classifieds - Pages 12-13-14 Farm - Page 10 Just A Pinch - Pages 16-7 Community Events - Page 16


Fire Destroys W’boro Home

Clifton Rotary Club has been awarded the Rotary Club of the Year. They are part of District 6760 in the state. There are around 65 clubs in the district divided into small, medium, and large categories. The Clifton Rotary Club is a smaller club with around twenty current local business and community leaders from around the Clifton area. Rotary International is the world’s first service club organization, with

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against the Wayne County school system needs further clarification. It was reported that Judge Aleta Trauger dismissed Title IX claims. However, this ruling was from March 2011 in which the claims were thrown out upon the students responsible, Coach David Sisk, and Principal Ryan Keaton both in their positions at the time of the incident at Wayne County Middle School. The ruling on Thursday, June 9, 2011 against the Wayne County school system awarded the families exactly what they asked for in the amount of $100,000 each. The Wayne County school system was found to have been in violation of Title IX. The jury found that after the school system had knowledge of the harassment, they failed in their attempt to prevent multiple incidents from occurring again. Their response to the harassment therefore violated Title IX. Title IX is the federal law that (Continued On Page Three)

Wayne County Students that Scored a Perfect Score of “6” on the State Writing Assessment pictured front row from left to right Michaela Crosslin, lan Pigg, Avery Davis, Chloe Holt and lsabella Marrow. Back row from left Camryn Eaton, Kaitlin Reeves, Christina Frazier, Allison Love and Courtney Riley. Not pictured Crystal Daniel, Skyler Baugus, Sydni McClain, Jaylee Warren, Makayla Nance, Vanessa Bowlus, Aidan Britt, Shyanna Hobbs, Morgan Tomlinson, Jace Howell, Martha Kristin Bevis, Tiffany Nutt, Shelby Lundy, Darbie Lynch, Jena Butler, and Brittany Sherrill. The Wayne County Board of School Commissioners met at 5:30 P.M. for a regular session meeting on June 16, 2011. The meeting was held in the Board Room on the bottom floor of the Central Office. The room was full to bursting with members of the community. Six board members were present, Vice Chairman Andy Yarbrough (1st District), Commissioner Dwight Bumphus (2nd District), Commissioner Patrick Blackburn (3rd District), Commissioner Angela Swanson (5th District), Chairman Barry Hanback (6th District), and Commissioner Randy McClain (7th District). Commissioner Pat th Brewer (4 District) was absent from the meeting. Chairman Barry Hanback called the

Wayne County Students that have Scored 30 or Above on Composite Score or Specific Areas of the ACT Test Pictured from left Katie Delk and Alexandria Kelley. Not Pictured Jacob Daniel, Jena Butler, Ashley Butler, Kimberly Burkhalter, Chelsey Gatlin, Samantha Bell, Victor Kuehn, Michael Powell, Tabitha Ramsey, Carlie Littrell and Hailey Waller. meeting to order and invited those in attendance to participate in a moment of silence and pledge to the flag. Mr. Hanback then welcomed (Continued On Page Five)

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Correction / Clarification

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In the June 15, 2011 issue of The Wayne County, the heading of a story “Tip On Crime Fighters Line”, etc. read “Two Arrested”. This was an error and should have read “One Arrested”. The News apologizes for this mistake. In the story concerning the Mobile Home fire at the residence of Brandon and Christie Holt, a family member contacted The News and reported that after further investigation it was determined that the fire started in the “Breaker Box” and not from a charcoal grill.

in every county. It delivers educational programs and researchbased information to citizens throughout the state. Both Burress and Duren wrote a weekly article for the Wayne County News. They were able to provide much needed information to the community as well as a good read. UT Extension works with farmers, forest land owners, homeowners, and community leaders to keep everyone up to date on issues. Mr. Burress said that times have changed because he does most of his communication via email now. He keeps up with his appointments on his slim black Motorola.

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Mrs. Duren said that she saw a lot of changes in the way the extension service delivers programs since she began her career. She feels that working with Home Demonstration clubs, now known as FCE Clubs, has been the most rewarding part of her job. Over the years, the audiences increased and they worked with many other groups to deliver programs. The FCE which stands for Family and Community Education Clubs are clubs set up to learn through shared experience, improve and promote projects that enhance home and community life, and to strengthen adult education The FCE accomplishes these goals by holding hands-on workshops and monthly meetings. Programs are provided in all family and consumer sciences areas (family economics, family life, environmental education, food safety, nutrition, health, housing, aging, and stress management). “We have great leaders in the clubs. They provide a lot of good community service to the county. I have made many friends in the FCE clubs and will miss working with them,” said Cindy Duren. Mrs. Duren also enjoyed visiting families in their homes. She says they are hands down some of the best cooks in Wayne County. Other areas of the extension service also saw change through time. Once, Wayne County’s largest producer group was hog farmers. There were over 500 producers in 1978, the year Mr. Burress came to Wayne County. Due to market changes, mainly the increased price of corn, there are only a dozen or so hog producers left in the county. Now, Wayne County’s number one producer is cattle, followed by poultry and forestry products. Poultry producers are steadily on the rise though. On July 1, 2011, Brandon Mitchell is set to take over. Mr. Burress says that the Wayne County UT Extension was cut by one agent because of the recent budget reductions from the state. Ms. Cindy

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June 26 - 29 Sunday, June 26 Services 10 A.M. & 1 P.M. Monday - Wednesday 7 P.M. Nightly Guest Speaker:

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Collinwood Church Gregg Lee was born and raised in Old Hickory, Tennessee, which is a suburb of Nashville. He is a 1990 graduate of Goodpasture Christian School in Madison and a 1994 graduate FreedHardeman University where he received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree. He also received a Master’s in Education in 2003. Gregg worked for Freed-Hardeman University for 15 years serving as the Assistant Director of Admissions (1994-2000) and Head Golf Coach/Sports Information Director (2001-2005), while also teaching. He moved to Wayne County in 2005 and began teaching at Frank Hughes School, in Clifton. In 2006 Gregg began working at the Board of Education as GEAR UP TN Coordinator and has served in that role for the past five and a half years. Gregg began preaching in 2003 filling in for various congregations around Henderson and Waynesboro. He began working with the Collinwood Church of Christ in August of 2006 where he currently serves as their pulpit minister. Gregg and his wife Amy (Coggins) have been married for eight years and they have three beautiful daughters: Sadie (8), Annie (6) and Maggie (2).

Everyone Is Invited And Encouraged To Attend

Duren’s position has not been filled as yet. In some parts of the country, some even question the need for an extension office. This might be true if all the soil, climate, and producers were all the same. But here in Wayne County, the second largest county in the state and one of the main agricultural and livestock producers, this is obviously not the case. In fact, the USDA Census report for 2007 shows that Wayne County’s 646 farms had a total of $12.5 million in sales. This number is not even counting timber sales. Ken Burress stated, “You need a UT Extension. People need someone who is unbiased to give them accurate information. We don’t have anything to sell. We just want to help people make an informed decision. If something is not beneficial we are not going to recommend it.” “The best part of the job for me was working with the great people of Wayne County!” said Ken Burress. He plans to spend time with his grandkids, work on home projects, and travel. Mr. Burress also will continue attending UT Field Days especially when it concerns his great interest in native grasses. Cindy Duren plans to travel and spend more time with family. She also looks forward to staying involved with people in the community. Duren stated that it has been a privilege to work in Wayne County since 1972. She has “loved every minute of it”. “Wayne County is a great place to live and I have enjoyed making it

my home. In this job, I have learned as much as I have taught and received more than I have given,” said Mrs. Duren. These two agents have more than fulfilled the positions they initially signed up for. Their love for the community and its success is clearly visible. Wayne County has been very privileged indeed to have them on their side. The office is located in

the top floor of the Wayne County Courthouse in Room 403. You may also call the office at 931-7223229 or 931-722-3673. The webpage is https:// utextension.tennessee. edu/wayne/Pages/ default.aspx, where you can click on the link to view publications. There are around 800 publications available on a variety of topics.

Dulcimer Players At Welcome Ctr. Saturday

A special program of dulcimer music will be provided by the North Mississippi Dulcimer Association from 10 A.M. till 1 P.M. on Saturday, June 25th at the Wayne County Welcome Center located at milepost 355 off the Natchez Trace Parkway in Collinwood, TN. This is the Dulcimer Association’s third visit to Wayne County this year! If you missed them at the Potlikker Festival last week, here’s another chance for you to listen to the soft sweet sounds of the dulcimer and learn of its extensive history. Local players are invited to join in! Members of the group will visit the Wayne County Assisted Living, Wayne County Nursing Home and Wayne Care facilities throughout the afternoon on Friday before Saturday’s

performance at the Welcome Center. The North Mississippi Dulcimer Association strives to teach dulcimer history, tradition, craftsmanship, and music by sharing its knowledge and talents. The Appalachian mountain dulcimer is the first instrument developed in the United States. Dating back to the early 1800s, the dulcimer is an instrument whose very name means “sweet sound.” This program is free and lessons will be provided Saturday afternoon until 4 P.M. For more information call the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce at 931-722-3575 or visit us online at www. waynecountychamber. org.

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The USDA, Rural Development has received an application for assistance from the City of Waynesboro. This proposed project consists of the construction of improvements to the wastewater treatment plant. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act and agency regulations, the Rural Utilities Service prepared an Environmental Assessment of the proposal that assessed the potential environmental effects of the proposal and the effect of the proposal may have on historic properties. The Environmental Assessment was published on April 27, 2011 for a 30-day public comment period. Upon consideration of the applicant’s proposal, federal and state environmental regulatory and natural resource agencies, and public input the agency has determined that the proposal will not have a significant effect on the human environment and for which an Environment Impact Statement will not be prepared. Rural Development has assessed the environmental impacts and determined that the location of the proposed wastewater treatment plant renovations will convert or effect the existing floodplain. It has been determined that there is no practicable alternative to avoiding this conversion or effect. The City of Waynesboro will be required to flood-proof the renovations to protect them against a 500-year flood. Copies of the Environmental Assessment can be reviewed or obtained at Rural Development, 237 Waterloo Street, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464. For further information please contact Steven D. Shelton, Rural Development Specialist, at 931762-6913 extension 4. A general location map of the proposal is shown below.


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protects students from being discriminated against based on their sex. The jury believed that the harassment the students were subjected to was severe, pervasive, and objectionably offensive. It also deprived them of access to educational opportunities or benefits provided by the school. The Wayne County school system was found to have possessed actual knowledge of the harassment and acted with deliberate indifference to it. The Wayne County School System will consider the possibility of appealing the decision. All parties contacted, declined to comment.

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clubs are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds. The club has many ways in which it reaches beyond its own borders. For instance, students receive scholarships for COMPUTERIZED


college and furthering their education from the Rotary Club. The Rotary Foundation is a distinct entity within Rotary International. It is a nonprofit corporation that promotes world understanding through humanitarian service, educational, and cultural exchanges. The foundation is known for sponsoring students travel to another country, where they live with a family and attend school there. This year the Clifton Rotary Club was able to host 8 exchange students. Although Rotary clubs develop autonomous service programs, all Rotarians are united in a global campaign to eradicate polio. Clifton’s Rotary Club had a large contribution locally and internationally this year. They were able to give $2,900 locally and $3,000 internationally. That is substantial for such a small club. A large part of this ability to assist in the community and abroad comes from proceeds of the Horseshoe Riverbend Festival. The festival is the club’s largest

fundraiser of the year. Clifton Rotary Club was able to donate funds to the Butterfly Foundation, Frank Hughes School Band, and the purchase of a sound system for Frank Hughes High School. They also sponsored a trip to the Memphis Zoo for the special education students at Frank Hughes School. Dixie Youth received contributions from the Rotary Club. Local students were also awarded scholarships to attend Columbia State Community College. This year the Rotary Club was able to help pay for adult GED testing too. Since the first donation of $26.50 in 1917, Rotary International has received contributions totaling more than $1 billion. With clubs around the globe more service work is being completed than ever before. Most Rotary clubs often work together on service projects. “We have some really great members and clubs in the district. Waynesboro Rotary Club has worked with us as well as other clubs to complete projects,” said current Clifton Rotary

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Club President Tommy Martin. To ensure that a club is pursuing a balanced service program in carrying out projects there are three “avenues of service”. They are club, vocational, community, and international service. “The goal is to have a well-rounded club that encourages participation in all areas. The more projects you can have the more individuals you can serve,” Martin stated. A successful service project has specific, realistic goals with measurable results. It responds to identified needs, incorporates the abilities of those served, and also recognizes the importance of all participants’ contributions. The successful project uses available resources effectively and continues to build networks for future service projects. Clifton Rotary was chosen as club of the year, in part because they completed service projects that met these criteria. On July 1, 2011, C. Seth Sumner will take over as president. This is the date in which the Rotary Club’s new year begins. As symbolized by their motto Service Above Self, Rotary’s main objective is service — in the community, workplace, and throughout the world.

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attempted to get his wife’s purse from the home as well. But it was too hot. They literally have nothing but the clothes

on their backs now. The family needs 12 month size baby boy clothing, large women’s clothes, men’s size 36 pants and x-large shirts, bedding, and diapers size 5. Any items will help though. If anyone in the community would like to offer assistance, donations can be dropped off at Wayne County Glass.

Gospel Singing Turkey Creek Union Church in Savannah, TN will host a gospel singing Saturday night, June 25 at 6 P.M. Several churches will be participating. Pastor Kilburn invites everyone to attend and enjoy an evening of gospel singing.

The Wayne County News Will Be Closed Monday, July 4th. Deadline For All Reader And Advertising Material Is Friday, July 1 At 4 P.M.


First Annual Poker Run Saturday, June 25, 2011 Registration begins at 10:00 A.M. Ride Leaves at 1:00 P.M. Ride Ends at 5:00 P.M. *Chicken Stew *Hamburgers *Hotdogs Available in Collinwood City Park Chicken Stew cooked by Charlie J. Holt in an iron kettle! Entry fee: $10.00 single - $15 double Ride leaves from Collinwood City Park Schedule Stops: 1st - Loretto American Legion Post 146 2nd - Long’s Tavern, Minor Hill 3rd - Pulaski American Legion Post 60 4th - E & E Bar & Grill 5th - Return to Collinwood Best Hand - $75.00 2nd Best - $25.00 Worst Hand - $25.00 Contact Information:

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Ledeana Lineberry Allen

Jessie Bertha Tilley Reeves, age 82, passed away June 13, 2011 at her home. She was born and reared in Hardin County the daughter of the late Robert and Fannie Bell Linville Tilley. She was married to Delbert Reeves on May 18, 1956 and they lived most of their life in Collinwood. She attended Collinwood Church of God. Mr. Reeves passed away in 2001. Mrs. Reeves is survived by ten children, Fannie Bell Parker of Collinwood, Ernie Reeves (Cheryl) of Henderson, TN, Carol Hooper (Rocky) of Henderson, Kathryn Hinkey and Kathleen Warren, both of Collinwood, Joseph Reeves (Renie) of Jackson,TN, David Reeves and James Reeves, both of Collinwood, Trish Austin (Jeff) and Tina Cupples (Ricky), all of Henderson; 33 grandchildren, 53 great-grandchildren and three great-greatgrandchildren; and brothers, Cass Tilley of Savannah, Tom Tilley of Iron City and Jim Tilley of Lawrenceburg, TN. Funeral services were held at 2 P.M. Thursday at Shackelford Funeral Directors - Collinwood Chapel, with burial in McGlamery Cemetery in Collinwood.

Ledeana Lineberry Allen was born April 13, 1933 in the Beech Creek area of Wayne County, Tennessee. She was the daughter of the late Ed Eugene Lineberry and Claytie Allene Wheat Lineberry. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Allen was preceded in death by her husband, John Franklin (Little John) Allen; daughter, Rhonda Allen Nowlin; grandson, Damon Allen; great-grandson, Aaron Allen; and a sister, Marie Goddard. Mrs. Allen, a member of the Baptist Church, was a former factory worker and homemaker. She is survived by a daughter, Shelia Allen Anderson of Waynesboro, TN; two sons, Johnny Barry Allen and Jeffery Larry Allen both of Clifton, TN; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Essie Jeter of Clifton. Services were Monday, June 20, 2011 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel in Waynesboro, with Tracy Love officiating. Burial followed in Clifton Cemetery. Grandsons served as pallbearers.

June 22-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) June 22, 2011

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James A. Combs James (Jim) Alfred Combs passed away June 16, 2011 at the Wayne Medical Center in Waynesboro, TN at the age of 69 years from cancer. He was born July 3, 1941 in Cape Girardeau, MO. He is survived by five sons: James Combs, Jr. and Marissa (wife) of Mesa, AZ; Bill Combs of Charlotte, N.C.; Joe Combs of Sadorus, IL; Kevin Combs of Savannah, GA and Johnny Combs and Tamara (wife) of Grundy, VA; one aunt: Mrs. Ocie Burns and one uncle: Thomas Pulley, both of Waynesboro; two sisters: Patricia Davis and Neil (husband) of Waynesboro, and Sandra Henderson and Gary (husband) of Mason, IL; six grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren; two nieces and two nephews and numerous cousins in TN, IL, MO and AR. Jim was preceded in death by Henry and Emanola (Pulley) Combs (mother and father), Glenda Herglund (sister) Mack and Willie Pulley (maternal grandparents), John and Dolly Combs (paternal grandparents) and one aunt: Mrs. Hettie Devers of Collinwood, TN. Jim owned and operated a semi truck, driving throughout most of the United States. He retired in January, 2004 and moved to Waynesboro, with his widowed mother in June, 2006. A memorial serivce will be held Saturday, June 25, 2011 at 2 P.M. at the Waynesboro Church of Christ. June 22-P. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) June 22, 2011

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Those wishing to donate to Jessica and Randy Sykes and their 8 month old son, you may drop off items at Wayne County Glass or call 722-6600 or 676-3120 and items will be picked up. The family lost their home (which they were renting), and all their belongings in a house fire Friday night, June 17. SIZES: Men Clothes, 36 Pants, XL Shirts Womens Clothes, L Baby Clothes 12 Months

Paul Teague Paul Teague, age 70 of Waynesboro, passed away on Sunday, June 19, at his residence. Paul was born August 4, 1940 in Taylorsville, NC, the son of the late Turner and Iva Lee Burgess Teague. He was the husband of Edith Rees Teague of Waynesboro. Paul was a carpet installer. Survivors in addition to his wife include his children, Charles Teague of Mass., Dwayne P. Teague of Fla., and Jamie Teague of Waynesboro; step-children, Kenneth Sara of Texas, David Sara of La., and Jen Hendrix of Ore.; one brother, David Teague of Taylorsville, NC; two sisters, Bernice Pennell and Debbie Jolly, both of Taylorsville, NC; brothers-in-law, Steve Rees and Wayne Rees, both of Waynesboro; and a sister-inlaw, Barbara Riley of Waynesboro; grandchildren, Shawn Teague and Ashley Teague, both of Waynesboro along with several other grandchildren and one greatgrandson, Gavin Teague. Williams Funeral Home in Columbia is assisting the family with the arrangements. June 22-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) June 22, 2011

Edith Long Wright Elrich Edith Long Wright Elrich, age 89, of 701 Simpson Road, Anderson, South Carolina, passed away on Monday, June 20, 2011 at North Point Assisted Living in Anderson. Born in Waynesboro, TN on March 29, 1922, Mrs. Elrich was the daughter of the late Lewis Taylor Long and Nellie Jane Carter Long. She was a graduate of Waynesboro High School and Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN. She was a retired school teacher having taught for over 42 years in the Tennessee School District. She received the “Teacher of the Year Award” several times during her career. Mrs. Elrich enjoyed ballroom dancing, traveling and quilting. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Survivors include her son, Dr. H. Paul Wright and his wife, Jan of Anderson; four grandchildren, Edie Hardin and her husband, Todd, Paula Faie Allen and her husband, Jason, Paul Everett Wright and his wife, Mandy and Tiffany Kay and her husband, Kevin; eight great-grandchildren, Myron, Georgeanne, Justin, Bailee, Jada, Annette, Jessica and Avery. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Charles H. Elrich; six brothers and sisters. The funeral service will be today, Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at 10 A.M. in the Chapel of the McDougald Funeral Home in Anderson, SC with Rev. Paul Frey officiating. Interment will follow in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. The family will be at the home of her son, 4850 Liberty Now Offering An Alternative To Nursing Home Care, Elder Care For Your Senior Family Member In Their Own Home. TNCARE Approved And Licensed. NEED HELP CARING FOR YOUR LOVED ONE? CALL 931-722-5401 TNCARE Choices Provider

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Highway, Anderson, SC. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, 1809 N. Main Street, Anderson, SC 29621. June 22-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) June 22, 2011

State Chamber Rep. To Lecture On TABF Act June 28, W’boro

Waynesboro Rotary International and the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce will host a Dutch treat luncheon with special guest speaker Bradley Jackson of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce. The luncheon will take place at noon Wednesday, June 28, 2011 at Bradley’s Restaurant in Waynesboro. Recently, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation awarded a $274,500 one-year grant to the Tennessee Association of Business Foundation (TABF), the nonprofit arm of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Grant monies are used to champion the need for increased college completion rates in Tennessee and to raise awareness about the value of higher education, which includes four year universities, community colleges and technical schools. Mr. Jackson’s lecture will be on the (TABF), the Complete College Tennessee Act and how Tennessee ranks in the area of college completion. He serves as Vice President for Government Affairs for the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry. The Tennessee Chamber is the largest business trade association in Tennessee and works in the legislature to

monitor and track all legislation in Tennessee that affects employers, both positively and negatively. The Chamber monitors a wide range of legislation which includes taxation, workers’ compensation, environmental rules and regulations, workplace regulations and mandates. Prior to joining the Chamber in 2007, Bradley served in both the legislative and executive branches of government, working as budget research staff to members of the General Assembly and serving as the legislative director for the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions, which regulates all aspects of Tennessee’s financial lending industry. Jackson is a native of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, and graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

In Memoriam

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY GRADY JOHNSON You’re the sunshine of our day. Your smiles and loving memories are the inspiration of our tomorrows. Dolly, Dwayne, Judy, The Grandchildren, And Grand Greatchild June 22-(ojb)

CARD OF THANKS We are so blessed to have such wonderful friends, neighbors and family. Thank you to everyone who gave us your love and support at this difficult time. We appreciate all the food, flowers, visits, calls and cards. Each of you have been such a comfort to us. Thank you to the EMT team that answered our 911 call and the comfort they gave us. A special thanks to David Love, Tony Love and Roger Balentine for their kindness. Thank you to Bro. Marvin Champion and Bro. Ronnie Pope for the comforting words at the service.


The Wayne County Board of Commissioners will meet in Special Session on Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 7 P.M. in the Circuit Courtroom of the Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee to consider the following agenda.

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I. Call to Order II. Invocation III. Pledge of Allegiance IV. Roll Call V. Declaration of Quorum VI. Approval of May Meeting Minutes VII. Approval of Budget Meeting Minutes VIII. Notaries IX. Business 1. Fiscal Year 10-11 Budget Amendments 2. 2011-2012 Continuing Budget Resolution 3. 2011-2012 Litter Grant Resolution 4. Chairman, Pro-Temp, Committees X. Adjourn **BUDGET MEETING AT 6 P.M. BEFORE REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING


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the new director, Gailand Grinder, and expressed that he was looking forward to working with him. The first items on the agenda included adoption of the agenda, minutes of the May meeting, and ledger of accounts for April. Vice Chairman Andy Yarbrough motioned to approve these items. It was seconded by Commissioner Patrick Blackburn. The motion passed. Policy review was next on the agenda. However, there were no policies scheduled to be reviewed in June. With no old business to consider, the board then moved to new business. The first item was school debt beyond June 30th. Superintendent Grinder stated that high schools typically had debt that needed to be extended beyond the end of the fiscal year. Collinwood High School had debt from the athletic department and yearbook. Commissioner Patrick Blackburn moved to approve extending the debt. This motion was seconded by Dwight Bumphus. The motion passed. The next item under new business was budget amendments. Director Grinder explained to the board what these amendments were and where they were coming from. Additional revenue was accumulated from

funds of the Safe Schools Act. Director Grinder stated that transfers would be needed to balance accounts. The amendments were all from the general purpose budget category. Vice Chairman Yarbrough moved to approve the amendments. Commissioner Randy McClain seconded the motion. The motion passed. The next item on the agenda was the 20112012 school budget. Director Grinder stated that the funds received as a part of the federal stimulus program would not be available for the upcoming year. Therefore, next year’s estimated budget would have a shortfall of $262,294. This included the suggestions made by the board budget committee. Mr. Grinder outlined some possible cuts already considered to reduce the shortfall to the $262,294 amount including not filling a position in which a teacher resigned, placing data coaches into classroom positions, not filling one to two aide’s positions in which the persons holding these positions retired, and using budget surpluses in fuel and electricity for next year’s budget. He stated these actions could cover some of the shortage but not a significant amount. Director Grinder presented a budget which included purchasing 3

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buses and a 1.6% raise for non-certified positions. Teachers will receive a 1.6% raise from the state so he would like to see other staff members receive an increase in pay as well. Chairman Barry Hanback, who was also a member of the budget committee along with Commissioners Blackburn and Swanson, stated that Director Grinder worked on this budget “beyond the call of duty”. He told the board that the budget is down to the bare bones. Chairman Hanback asked the board if it would be agreeable to table the budget until the July meeting. He stated that he had talked to County Executive Jason Rich and that the county commission was willing to wait until that time for the budget. He also stated that the county commission wou-

ld conduct a budget work session Monday, June 20. Chairman Hanback suggested presenting the 2011-2012 school budget to the Wayne County Commission. At that time, they could ask for assistance with the projected shortfall in the budget from the county commission. Vice Chairman Andy Yarbrough moved to table the approval of the budget until the July meeting. Commissioner Angela Swanson seconded this motion to table. The motion passed. The board moved on other items on the agenda. The first item was recognition of student achievement. Director Grinder stated that the board has historically recognized students for various achievements. Dr. Ricky Inman, Lee Ann Staggs, and Dr. Kristy Prince recognized students who scored 30

or above on the ACT and scored 6 (highest possible score) on the writing assessment. There were also four Wayne County students who placed in the regional math contest hosted by Martin Methodist College. Victor Kuehn received 1st place in Algebra II, Michael Powell was awarded 2nd place in Algebra II, and Alex Risner placed 8th in Algebra II. In Geometry, Amos Pulley placed 6th at the competition. Chairman Hanback stated that the board was very proud of these accomplishments. He felt that the student recognition was always the best part of the meeting. Next, a benefits presentation was given by Dorah Johnson and Melissa Lindsey of Benefits First. They addressed the board about their company to explain how they could bring new

management to benefit plans for teachers in Wayne County. American Fidelity is currently benefits manager. Strengths of their program were presented as follows: (1) Innovative software for managing benefits of employees (2) Excellence in customer service and (3) Guaranteed Issuance. Ms. Johnson has an office in Waynesboro. Ms. Lindsey has a fully staffed office in nearby Lexington. They mainly use Colonial Life Products with life, short and long term disability, accident and cancer policies, critical illness, long term care plans, etc. They are however able to use a different carrier if preferred. All information regarding an employees plan is provided on one easy to read statement each pay period. Commissioner Blackburn suggested (Continued On Page Nine)

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Always was looking up, now... As we sit in silence, from the shock of thoughts, and love you gave to us. If I with subtle hints you were ready. You pain, no tears. You tried to tell us didn’t want to hear, believe, or let you now where you belong in Heaven. your voice every minute. I know you also come home to you. Right now it you gave to me, and teach her the and you are greatly missed here on For you are..

it all, we gather all our memories, our listen close I realize you were telling us are at home now, happy, at peace. No carefully that your time was up. We go. But that was selfish reasons. You are At home. I feel you every second. Hear never really left us and one day we will is my turn to give my daughter what things you taught me. I love you momma earth. Your spirit will guide us through.

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Friends/Family Day June 26 Topsy Church Topsy Church of Christ will observe Family and Friends Day on Sunday, June 26th. A cookout will be held following the morning service with a singing at 2 P.M. There will be no night service. Everyone is extended a welcome invitation to attend these services.

Crossroads FCE Club Meets Regular meeting of the Crossroads Family, Community, and Educational Club was held on Tuesday, May 17, at Chief’s Barbecue with Jeanette Staggs as hostess. Lori Wallace, president, called the meeting to order by reading the thought for the month. The group then stood and pledged allegiance to the Flag after which they

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Chris and Alisha Gambrell of Collinwood announce the birth of their precious baby girl, Jimma Ruth, on Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 12:12 P.M. at the Women’s Center at Crockett Hospital in Lawrenceburg. She weighed seven pounds, eight ounces and was 18 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Mike and Brenda Gambrell, Mike and Kay Martin, and the late Jimmy Robertson. Great-grandparents are Russell and Earline Gambrell, Stella Pruett and the late Willie Pruett, Tennie Robbins and the late Ruth Robbins, and the late Alvin and Dean Robertson. Step great-grandparents are Dolly Martin and the late Pete Martin. She also has many aunts, uncles and cousins.

In celebration of Ariel’s latest perfect 4.0 average at VSU, Elizabeth Howell Tiller (“Mama E”) flew to Florida to meet Ariel Stearnes for a weekend of relaxation at the ocean, para-sailing, attending a “Dolphin” class, and swimming with Cajun – the dolphin. After a fabulous weekend of sun, fun, and seafood, Ariel returned to academic classes at VSU and work with her godmother, Dr. Horne, medical mentor. Ariel was a starter on her sorority’s basketball team and her sorority was actually the tournament winner. Ariel is a Pre-Med major in the academically-prestigious Honors College Program at VSU. Ariel garnered the coveted honor of membership in Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society for freshmen. June 22-P.

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C’wood Middle School 8th Graders Enjoy Reward Trip

The Junior Civitan Club of Wayne County recently assisted with the 2011 Special Olympics. Pictured front row from left to right Heather Hanvey, Shelia Daniel, Tiffani Hinton, Whitney Coffman, and Alissa Littlejohn. Back row from left Jena Butler, Junior Civitan Advisor Marla Beavers, and Brittany Sherrill.

COMMUNITY EVENTS RED HAT SOCIETY BAKE SALE SATURDAY The Red Hat Society will have a bake sale on Saturday, June 25th from 9 A.M. until 12 noon in front of Duren’s Pharmacy. Proceeds will go to the Relay For Life Fundraiser.

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At the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year, the Collinwood Middle School 8th grade students were challenged to do their best. As an incentive, the students were told that a reward trip would be offered to any student who met the criteria. The students had to keep their 2nd and 3rd nine weeks grade card grades at 85 or higher. They had to read 10 books on their ability level and pass the computer-generated test for those books. They had to perform three hours of community service and they had to stay out of trouble during the school year. This year, 23 students earned the trip. The students stayed three days and three nights in the Smoky Mountains. They went to Dollywood, the Comedy Barn, the Biltmore Estate, the Hootn-Holler Dinner Theater, the Titanic Museum, the Wonder Works Science building, and the Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies. They also had















time to look through the shops in Gatlinburg. C.M.S. has been offering some form of this trip to the 8th grade students for over 20 years now. It has encouraged many students over those 20 years to try hard and then see a reward for those efforts. C.M.S. is grateful to all of their corporate sponsors for their help over the years. Without their help, this type of trip would be much harder to achieve for the students. This

year was no different. There were many good sponsors and the 8th graders appreciate their backing of the school, the students and the effort of the school to reward hard working students. They also appreciate the chaperones and the bus driver for all their hard work during the trip. They did an outstanding job of keeping an eye on the students and making sure that the students made good decisions.

The C.M.S. students did a great job in representing the Wayne County School System. Several different times, strangers would tell the chaperones how well behaved the students were or that they didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know that there were still kids that knew how to act right in public. This is a positive commentary on parents, families and churches doing a good job with their young people. -Submitted

Wâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;boro Commissioners Address Number Of Issues Concerning City On Thursday, June 16 at 7 P.M. at the City Hall in Waynesboro the city commissioners met in the city courtroom for their regular meeting. All commissioners were present. Gerald Baer, Dan Creasy, and Jeff Howell attended. Attorney for the City of Waynesboro George Gray was also at the meeting. And completing the round table were Waynesboroâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s City Manager John Hickman, Vice Mayor Tony Creasy, and Mayor Robert Vencion. In the audience, Don Warren and Melvin Purvis were also in attendance. The meeting began with the invocation given by Commissioner Jeff Howell. Then Mayor Vencion asked if there are any corrections to last meetings minutes. City Manager John Hickman stated that there were two corrections. One sentence needed an AND added. Another portion of the minutes needed the date to be changed. Commissioner Howell made the motion to complete the corrections. Commissioner Baer seconded the motion. The Mayor asked for department reports next. City Manager John Hickman stated none were present but all departments will be there to present their quarterly reports at the next meeting. City Manager John Hickman then presented the board with some examples of information signs to be posted outside the city limits, at the request of Commissioner Howell. City Manager Hickman passed out printouts of the different signs and explained costs to the board. The signs are 4 X 8 with frames that will slide over treated posts inserted in the ground. There will be smaller 2X2 signs hanging down from the larger one. The signs

will be easily changeable and are meant to promote the city and its attractions to tourists. The group discussed the wording of the sign for some time. They all agreed that four signs are needed. Everyone is also in agreement that the signs must be placed high off the ground for better visibility. The board will decide when the signs come in the exact location to place them. The cost is $3,800-$4,000 for all four signs front and back, installed. The project would take 4-6 weeks to complete. Vice Mayor Tony Creasy liked the idea of promoting fishing, canoeing, deer hunting, etc. because the signs can be changed. That will be a great way to highlight seasonal activities available to visitors of Waynesboro. Don Warren stated that he would like to see our local events promoted using the signs. The next item City Manager Hickman discussed was the budget meetings he will be holding next week with department heads. He told the board that the group would have an end of the year fiscal budget for them at the end of that week. Mayor Vencion stated that he wanted to start early one morning, have lunch, and work until 5 or 6 P.M. to get it done. He did not want the process to drag out this year. Commissioner Dan Creasy said that the best year he remembers for conducting budget finalizations was very organized. He suggests that each department head should come in at a specific time to discuss only their portion of the budget. That would alleviate crowding and speed up the budget process. Hickman told the board that the Boot Camp crew

was back this week. They had â&#x20AC;&#x153;thoroughlyâ&#x20AC;? mowed Highway 64 East and West, Highway 13 North and South, and Old Hwy 64 Hill. He said that the phone call that Commissioner Howell had received last week was resolved. The gentleman called the city hall to say that he was pleased with how good the mowing looks now. A member of the community told Mayor Vencion that he thought the state right-of-ways were not mowed properly. John Hickman told the board that Bass Company is the new mowing company. He said that the right-of-ways in the city were supposed to be mowed by them. Mayor Vencion would like the City Manager to contact someone at the Bass Company to resolve the matter. President of the Dixie Youth, Chuck Moser contacted City Manager John Hickman to inform him of an upcoming event at the sportsplex. The Dixie Youth will be hosting two girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; district softball tournaments. One will start on June the 21st and the other June the 23rd. The tournaments will be held on Tuesday and Thursday. Commissioner Gerald Baer asked if the chert pile had been moved yet. City Manager John Hickman told the board that they would get both backhoes out there and remove it themselves if the highway department is too busy to do it. It would probably require both backhoes and several trips with a small truck. Mayor Vencion told the board about talking with a Lewisburg woman when he and his wife had taken her sister out for a birthday dinner. The (Continued On Page Eighteen)


Alabama Tornado Adds More Mystery To Peoples Bank Trip

Mystery trips are popular with the Peoples Bank VItoP Club, and “A Taste of the South” planned for the last day of April was full of surprises in more ways than one. Departure was scheduled for Friday following the devastating path of tornados that swept across Alabama on Wednesday. Birmingham was the ultimate destination but unknown to the individuals who had signed on for the trip. When everyone had boarded the motorcoach and saw that the direction was south into Alabama, Catherine Ross, Peoples Bank hostess, announced that the mystery could be ongoing as several of the attractions planned did not have phone service to confirm that they were available. Carla Rich, Peoples Bank hostess served breakfast, and a rest stop provided coffee to the group who were guessing just where in Alabama they were going. Before reaching Decatur, the motorcoach passed through an area of destruction; homes were leveled or roofless, power poles were bent over to the ground, and trees were splintered. This was a sobering first glimpse of the destruction that would be seen along the way. When the coach pulled up to the first stop, Cook’s Natural Science Museum, an educational facility provided to the public by Cook’s Pest

Control, there were neither lights nor cars. However, a vehicle pulled up beside the coach, and a lady announced she was there to let us in if there was power. Lights came on and the extensive assortment of exotic insects, mounted birds, animals, minerals and other natural wonders of the South was so interesting that Sandy Martin immediately started planning to bring her grandchildren for a day trip. Unique jewelry was packaged up for Judy Williams and Barbara Foley. The next stop was MorganPrice Candy Company, which was closed due to no electric power, so the coach turned toward Birmingham, again seeing debris of the high winds along I-65. A fantastic lunch was served in the Garden Center Café located in the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Helen Ary and Bobbie Steele enjoyed the pork tenderloin with cherry sauce, and the flourless chocolate torte was pronounced sinfully rich & delicious by Pat Wong. Lori Pannell, Cathy Latham, and Iris Carroll had time to shop in the Petals & Leaf gift shop before strolling through the rose garden in full bloom. Blue Prater pointed out a native magnolia tree with the creamy blooms and huge leaves to his wife, Dorothy Sue. It was

quite different from the glossy leaf variety that is most familiar in our area. Walking the garden paths with several of the group, a Master Gardener guide told about other native plants in the Southern Living Garden and several woodland tracts. This beautiful spot in Mountain Brooke Village was teeming with bridal parties & visiting gardeners, and had experienced no damage from the storm. The brand new outlet mall, The Shops of Grand River, looked rather deserted when the coach arrived. A security guard explained that there was no power, many employees had lost homes & loved ones, and the group would not be able to shop. However, the mall manager came to the rescue by bringing each person on the coach a large box of Ghirardelli Chocolates and inviting them to come back another time. This kind gesture provided the chocolate fix that could not be supplied earlier in the day. A time to relax at the hotel seemed to be the best choice until dinner at the Irondale Café, the original Whistlestop Café on which the book “Fried Green Tomatoes” was based. The book, later to be a record –breaking movie, was written by Birmingham native, Fannie Flagg. Several trains passed by as the group ate the featured dish along with their

meal so Barbara Hinson, Annette Peery & Byrne Dunn enjoyed lingering a while on the attractive pavilion by the tracks for photo opts. The finale to the day was a panoramic view of the city from the observation tower that surrounds the 124’ ft. base of the Vulcan, a 56 ft tall statue of the Roman god of fire & forge which has been the spectacular symbol of Birmingham’s iron & steel industry. This was one of the highlights for Michael Farris, although his mom, Iva, chose to see the city from the overlook instead of the tower. Following a substantial breakfast at the hotel the next morning, the Peoples Bank crowd was joined by Linda Fryer, a local guide who related the history of the city and led the way to the Peanut Depot, a bustling shop that has sold roasted and boiled peanuts for over 100 years. Welcoming Vivian Howell, Frances Rains, and Glenda Davis into the store was “Miss Peanut”, a delightful and creative young lady who was costumed to resemble a peanut, and the store’s owner who explained the process that was used in the ancient roasters to produce the tasty snack. Quite a few bags of peanuts were carried to the coach before it departed down the brick street to the Birmingham History Center where the curator gave a narrated tour of the varied collection of items and photos. Dean & Dorothy Bullington found the pictures of the many iron workers quite interesting—no smiles on those faces as

they prepared to enter the mines. Off again to Pepper Place market, the former Dr Pepper Bottling Company, that now boosts a complex of specialty shops and a thriving farmer’s market. Shirley Dalton and Reba Riley quickly snatched up homegrown strawberries and tomatoes, while some chefs marketing their cookbooks drew Bliss Garcia’s attention. Since the theme of the trip was “A Taste of the South”, the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament had been included to emphasize the Bible Belt designation of this area. However, much damage there had prevented a tour. Instead, the pastor of First Presbyterian Church graciously greeted the group in the beautiful sanctuary on the plot of ground where the first church building was built in Birmingham. He told about the history of the church as well as the shelter the church opened for homeless women 25 years ago. It is now housed in a former hotel

where lives are being changed, jobs created and healthcare provided. A donation for this ministry was given by the Peoples Bank VItoP Club. After a narrated windshield tour in the area by the Civil Rights Institute and the Sixteenth St Baptist Church, both landmarks to the lessons that have led to a positive direction of the future. The guide, Linda, left the group at Niki’s West, where the vegetable buffet is listed in “The 100 dishes to Eat in Alabama before you Die”. The general consensus was a terrific meal and the distinctive title well deserved. Taking US31 through Fultondale revealed more miles of devastation and an outpouring of sympathy for our southern neighbors. The Peoples Bank VItoP tour had touched on many areas that are southern in nature, from bugs to weather, food to churches, farmer’s markets to flower gardens, and most of all—genuine southern hospitality.

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Thank You for a Successful 8th Annual

•Planning Committee: David Baker, Harvey Baker, Mike Sears, Karen Baker, Joani Daniel, Dorothye McGrath, Sheila Holder, Angie Butler, Rena Purdy •SAG Support: David Baker, Harvey Baker, Karen Baker, Jim Parkes, Mike Sears, Bob Davis, Roger Smith •Registration Hosts: Janet Sears, Lisa Sears and Vickie Petty •Rest Stop Hosts: Wayne County Civitan and Jr. Civitan, Bank of Waynesboro, Peoples Bank, CrazyHorse Recreational Park, Wayne County News, Lewis County Chamber of Commerce, Riverside Church, the Dragonfly-an Emporium, Wayne County Welcome Center Wayne Medical Center- Underwriter of the Tour de Wayne TOUR SPONSORS Bank of Waynesboro-Collinwood Peoples Bank Wayne County Bank City of Clifton City of Waynesboro Buffalo River Services Collinwood Hardware, Inc. Collinwood Springs CSCC- Clifton Campus Dunmire Hollow Woodshop 4Mac Machining, Inc. Fast Pace Medical Clinic Franks Vending Service, Inc. Natchez Trace B&B Reservation Service Subway-Little Star Market Tennessee Fitness Spa TGR Printing

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY GG’s Market Longgreen SuperSaver Piggly Wiggly Rob Gorstein Graphics Roger Smith Agency TVEC Wayne County Executive Jason Rich Wayne County Government Wayne County News Natchez Trace ParkwayNational Park Service A special thank you to area law enforcement officers for going above and beyond to keep our riders safe!

Thank you to all 83 cyclists that toured Wayne County… See you next year!


Perfect Attendance Students At C.E.S. Fourth Nine Weeks



Jones’ Second Grade: Rhianna McWilliams and Courtney Thompson. Mrs. Rebecca Lee’s Second Grade: None. Mrs. Robbie Berry’s Third Grade: Laney Brewer and Caroline Daniel. Mrs. Susan Camfield’s Third Grade: Braylee Daniel, Connor Dodd, Brylee Harris, and Kristen Retherford. Ms. Deneal Stricklin’s Third Grade: Nathan Jackson, Emily Petty, and Sara Sanchez. Mrs. Christy Zepeda’s Third Grade: None. Mrs. Angie Brewer’s Fourth Grade: Thomas Rich. Mrs. Celisa Hatcher’s Fourth Grade: Ally Crews and Jake Statom. Ms. Martha Helton’s Fourth Grade: Olen Kahl, Bruce Martin, and Jeremiah Tidwell. Mrs. Tabitha Holt’s Fourth Grade: Austin Coffman and Lacey Gross. Mrs. Kristi Tingle’s Fourth Grade: None.

Gospel Meeting June 26-29 At Wayne Furnace




FIRST GRADE C o l l i n w o o d Elementary School had “41” students with perfect attendance for the fourth nine weeks of school. These students did not miss one minute of school for nine whole weeks. They were rewarded with snow cones, a perfect attendance pencil, and a certificate worth $10.00 for their savings account at the Wayne County Bank. C o l l i n w o o d Elementary School students who attained Perfect Attendance for the fourth nine weeks of school, ending May 2011 were Ms. Mindy Hanback’s Pre-K: Thayer Brewer, Rachael

Bryant and Corbin Smith. Mrs. Kelly Lovelace’s Pre-K: Preston Bryant, Johnathan Quigley, and Alex Stricklin. Mrs. Tina Robbins’ Pre-K: Joleigh Linville. Ms. Emily Robertson’s Pre-K: None. Mrs. April Broome’s Kindergarten: Karen Corado, Anna Hensley and Kyra Wright. Mrs. Abree Brown’s T-1: None. Mrs. Beverly Franks’ Kindergarten: Hayley Siems. Mrs. Kristi Gobbell’s Kindergarten: None. Mrs. Serena Pierce’s Kindergarten: Lucas Bryant. Mrs. Dee Butler’s First Grade: Grace Parker. Mrs. Susan Grinder’s First Grade: None. Mrs. Bridgette Howe’s First Grade: None. Mrs. Kim Whitten’s First Grade: None. Mrs. Ginger Holt’s Second Grade: Sallie Bundrant, Joe Hensley, Tamara Nesbitt, and Maygan Woodall. Mrs. Mindy Hunt’s Second Grade: Kainan Grimes, C. J. Holt, Rylee McWilliams, Dayton Scott, and Mason Smith. Mrs. Annette

Wayne Furnace Church of Christ will have their Spring/Summer gospel meeting beginning this coming Sunday, June 26th with services at 10 A.M. and 1 P.M. Services will begin at 7 P.M. Monday through Wednesday night. Guest speaker will be Gregg Lee from the Collinwood Church. Gregg is a 1990 graduate of Goodpasture Christian School in Madison and a 1994 graduate FreedHardeman University where he received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree. He also received a Master’s in Education in 2003. Gregg began preaching in 2003 filling in for various congregations around Henderson and Waynesboro. He began working with the Collinwood Church of Christ in August of 2006 where he currently serves as their pulpit minister. Gregg and his wife Amy (Coggins) have been married for eight years and they have three beautiful daughters: Sadie (8), Annie (6) and Maggie (2). Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend.

V.B.S. Set June 26-July 1 Fairview FWB Fairview Free Will Baptist Church will have Vacation Bible School Beginning Sunday, June 26 and continuing through Friday, July 1. Panda Mania will include “fun lessons with blessings” from 6 until 8:30 P.M. each night. The church is located approximately 12 miles south of Collinwood watch for signs. Everyone is invited to attend.

Gospel Singing The Watkins Family from Toccoa, GA, now with local musician Daniel Holt, along with the Holt Family, will be leading a Freedom Celebration on Sunday, July 3 at 5:30 P.M. at Abrams Chapel United Methodist Church, 445 Gillis Road., Savannah, TN. The sing-

ing will be followed by a potluck supper. For questions call 731-925-8082 or 731-412-8842. The public is invited to attend and “celebrate our freedom in Christ.”

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that a committee of teachers be appointed to examine the different providers. Discussion followed about how previous providers were allowed to present to teachers. The board took no formal action, but suggested that the presentation be done at the school level. Director Grinder discussed the possibility of an auction of various items no longer needed by the schools. He stated that items with a value of $250 or more must be declared surplus by the board and may be sold at a public auction. The auction could be conducted by sealed bid, Internet auction sites, or an auctioneer. Commissioner Patrick Blackburn moved to approve an auction. Commissioner Angela Swanson seconded. The motion passed. Chairman Hanback stated that Wanda Johnston was unable to attend the meeting due to a family illness. He presented a plaque in her absence on behalf of the Wayne County Board of Education for serving as superintendent from 2008 until 2011. Chairman Hanback added that he wished her well. Superintended Grinder expressed thanks to Mrs. Johnston for all of her help and asked that the board recognize her again at a time when she could attend. The next item addressed was tenure for Mike Maples. Director Gailand Grinder stated that Mr. Maples had tenure when he was employed previously and it has been customary for the board to reinstate tenure after one year of being re-employed. Mr. Maples was eligible for tenure after the 20092010 school year, but was omitted from the list. Vice Chairman Andy Yarbrough moved to grant tenure to Mike Maples. Commissioner Patrick Blackburn seconded. The motion passed. Chairman Hanback asked if members of the audience or the board had other business to discuss. There being no other business to come before the board Vice Chairman Yarbrough made a motion to adjourn. Commissioner Patrick Blackburn seconded the motion and the motion passed.

Success With RTI Students in Mrs. Sadonna’s second grade reading class showed progress through RTI (Response To Intervention) plans. Every day, students began class with a thirty-minute intervention/center time. This divides students into smaller groups for quality one-on-one and teacher-time. This year, Ms. Samantha Campbell and Ms. Chantal Pigg helped with class during first block. Mrs. Sadonna and the high-school tutors were able to divide time among the groups. After testing results were viewed, students worked on the areas most needed for improvement. Their needs were mostly fluency and comprehension. Second grade overall lacked gains in editing and vocabulary. After interventiuon time, students were involved in whole group instruction such as phonics, language arts, and reading skills from the basal. The class continued to improve by putting reading first!

Sadie Lee and Joel Martin practiced at a fluency station with Mrs. Sadonna. Reading was timed and expression was practiced.

Ms. Samantha helped Brooklyn, Wesley, and Joelton with an intervention center called “Plinko Reading” which challenged readers to read, think, and comprehend for points.

Jacob Duren and Shaila Vaughn worked with Ms. Chantal on reading for understanding. Students used whole language clues to search for words and play “I Spy” with words and punctuation.

COMMUNITY EVENT MISS LIBERTY BEAUTY PAGEANTS The Lawrence County chapter of the National Association of Junior Auxiliary is hosting a beauty pageant in honor of the Liberty Days celebration in Lawrenceburg, TN. The event will be held Saturday, June 25th at 3, 5 and 7 P.M. at the Historic Crockett Theatre. Girls ranging in ages from 7 through 19 years old will have the opportunity to be crowned. For more information contact Shonda Long at 931-231-0759, Becca Story at 931-629-0130 or Shelley Boston at 931-242-3810.

NOTICE TO COMMUNITY Wayne Care Nursing Home makes its services available to all people in the community. Our nursing home does not discriminate against the patient because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, handicaps or because a patient is covered by a program such as Tenncare or Medicaid/Medicare. If you believe you have been improperly denied services contact:

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on the farm from the best plans that UT had, and they were state of the art, which was not a phrase at that time. Other farms had handling facilities that you took out of the truck, unwound and tied one end to the animal, and the other end to a tree. A couple of other handling facilities would get out of another truck, grab the animal, and help to hold it down. We had no veterinarian. To help animals gain faster, antibiotics would be applied to the animals or feed. Then, farmers found that consumers want animals that have antibiotics applied if, and only if, an animal has become sick. That animal is not allowed

HARDIN COUNTY STOCKYARD 3350 HWY 226, SAVANNAH, TN 38372 731-925-3287 931-224-2247 MARKET REPORT JUNE 15, 2011 Total Hd 777 Last Week 537 Last Yr 699 Cattle 710 Goats 45 Hogs 22 #1 STEERS & BULLS 200-300 WT 157.00-182.00 300-400 WT 135.00-157.00 400-500 WT 128.00-135.00 500-600 WT 121.00-128.00 600-700 WT 115.00-121.00 700-800 WT 112.00-115.00 800-900 WT 104.00-112.00 #1 HEIFERS 200-300 WT 134.00-151.00 300-400 WT 126.00-134.00 400-500 WT 121.00-126.00 500-600 WT 116.00-121.00 600-700 WT 112.00-116.00 700-800 WT 104.00-112.00 800-900 WT 98.00-104.00 HIGH DRESSING UTILITY COWS 75.00-81.50 HIGH DRESSING SLAUGHTER BULLS 85.00-93.00

and low grain prices weeded out many grain farmers. Waves of high feed prices left only a handful of hog farms. Most of our soils cannot produce grain as efficiently as Corn Belt soils, but they put us in the Hardwood Belt, and the Grass Belt. The efficiency that farmers learn at University of Tennessee demonstrations on farms and at field days helps to make them strong. Even so, todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cost of entering farming keeps a lot of people from getting in. Finding out that profitable farming is not so easy cools the fire for many prospective farmers. Country living and growing crops, trees and animals are fine, but they have to find something else to do for a living. But still they come from lands of harsh winters, and crowded suburbia to the land where cool waters flow, and the whippoorwill echoes in the woods on

GRILLED SUMMER SQUASH, TWO WAYS For smoky summertime flavor fire up the outdoor grill and try preparing your squash with two easy techniques. â&#x20AC;˘ Seasoned Squash Rondelles 1. Slice squash into thin flat discs. Brush each piece with extra virgin olive oil. 2. Arrange slices on a large piece of aluminum foil. Add a few slices of onion and season with salt, pepper, and garlic salt to taste. 3. Fold foil into a sealed packet and place on the grill for approximately 10 minutes or until onions are crisp yet tender. Serve hot. â&#x20AC;˘ Italian Style Squash 1. Slice squash into 1/4â&#x20AC;? pieces and brush with Italian salad dressing. 2. Place squash on hot grill and cook for

warm summer nights. They come to UT Extension with their eyes wide open, and they have questions. Can I grow alfalfa anywhere I want to? What are the fertility requirements? Sure I can produce shrimp, but can I market it? Where do you sell mohair? I want to produce organic meat or produce. How can I find locavores? (Locavores want to eat food that has been grown locally). How do I become an agritourism destination? What is the best crop to grow for biofuels? What is this insect/ disease/plant? What do you man, mosquitoes swim as larvae, or that plants get viruses? At the county office, they can get a lot of answers. At UT field days, they will find even more. They will talk to the researchers, who are some of the best. The farmers who stay strong will need to do all these things, because as for changes, you aint seen nothing yet.

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A POCKETFUL OF CHANGE: HEREâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S TWO-CENTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S WORTH A lot of changes have occurred in Wayne County agriculture over the last 30 years. In the early 1980â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, swine was king. There were many pig and hog farms, several grain farms, and a lot of cattle farms. Many landowners harvested their own timber. People farmed then for many of the same reasons that they do today. They enjoyed growing animals, crops, or timber. They liked living in the country. Some farms had the better cattle handling facilities which consisted of some bolted-together wood. Many were made

to enter the food chain unless the sickness and the antibiotic are not in the animal. That was also true of poultry and eggs, which in 2007 were second only to beef in agriculture income in Wayne County. Now the buzzphrase is, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;farmers are not growing a product, they are growing food.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I asked one poultry producer about hormones given to hens. He replied, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The reasons that our chicken breasts are so large is amino acids in the feed, and genetics of the chickens. The chickens are bred to be meaty. You will find more hormones that occur naturally in peanuts or soybeans.â&#x20AC;? Farmers have always been practicing environmentalists, but nowadays you can find more farmers than ever that know how to protect the soil, water, native creatures, and air. Farmers know what to protect, and why to protect. It is not simple to manage, but it is good for the environment and profits, so some forest landowners hire a professional consulting forester to manage the forest. Nowadays, heavy-duty metal handling facilities help to protect animals and the farmers that attend to them. In Extension, we always talk about efficiency, but one farmer pointed out, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Only the strong surviveâ&#x20AC;? in farming. Many farming operations were not strong enough to survive the changes that have swept through. Years of dry weather



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EAGLE CREEK FRAME SHOP: Custom Framing and Matting. A Large Selection of Prints, Frames and Mirrors. Earl and Sarah Cook, 931-676-5451, www. Sept. 19-tf-(ojb) NOTICE: We Imprint Your Napkins For Weddings, Showers, Teas and Anniversaries. Two Day Service. Duren Drugs, 7225466. Sept. 26-tf-(ojb)

Would Like To Buy Farm or Woodland. Call Paul Taylor, 722-7114 or 722-9483. Jan. 28-tf-(ojb) HAD A WRECK? Call Quality Collision Repair. High Quality Work With A Fast Turnaround. All Work Guaranteed. 306 Hog Creek Road, Waynesboro, TN 38485, 931-722-7114. Jan. 3-tf-(ojb) If You’re Planning An Auction, Call Lineberry Auction Service, 731-9256860 or 731-607-1266. Apr. 9-tf-(ojb) Will Buy Junk Vehicles. Also Buy Radiators, Catalytic Converters, Aluminum Wheels, 931-722-6588 or 7221733. Oct. 29-tf-(ojb) We Buy Scrap Gold: Sherry’s Fine Jewelry, Gold Prices Are Sky High. Call or Come By, Talk To Sherry, 722-3664. Apr. 15-tf-(ojb) NOTICE: Staggs Carpentry and Plumbing. Backhoe, Rock Work, Dump Truck, Trencher. 722-7319, 7228151, 332-3868 or 796-2900. Dec. 2-tf-(ojb) Need Something Hauled or Dug? Best Savings – Motor Home, Dozer, Backhoe, Ditch Witch, Dump Truck, Generators, Power Washer, Moving Van, Pontoon Boat, Etc., Beech Creek Rentals, 931-676-3993. A.25-tf-(ojb) Diesel Injection Pump and Injector Rebuilding, Lift Pumps, Filters, Turbos, Etc. WEST TENN DIESEL, 731925-2710. Jan. 12-Oct. 5-P. Starters, Alternators, Batteries, D. C. Motors, and Cables for All Applications! Road and Field Starter Service, Savannah, TN, 731925-3838. Jan. 19-Jan. 4-P. ULTIMATE GARAGE SALE: 418 Swiss Colony Road, In Hohenwald. Open Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8-5. We Are A Quality Second Hand Store. (931) 796-4648. Apr. 6 thru Aug. 24, 2011-P.

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•21 +/- Ac. Woodlands, $49,000. SOLD •20 +/- Ac., barn, well, septic, fenced, SOLD $75,000. SOLD •3 Br., M/H, 2 Ac., $55,000. •3 Br., 2 Ba., Brick, Basement, $79,900. SOLD •5.5 Ac., Well, septic, shop, $29,900. •5 +/- Ac, 40x48 barn, pond, $35,000. •120 +/- Ac., Hwy 13 N., $2,000 per ac. •39.73 Ac., Lg 48 Crk Frt, 2 Br., M/H, $120,000 •11.73 Ac., 48 Crk Frt, $35,000. •25 +/- Ac., Clifton Area, $59,000.

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2102 - 10.8 A., 3 Bd., 3 Ba., Brick, Bsmt., Gar., F/place, near W’boro, $174,900. 2090 - 1.89 A., unique 2 St., 3 Bd., 1 1/2 Ba., cedar, F/place, w/around deck, $99,995 2112 - 221 A, 130 in pasture, Fenced, Crks, $1595 Ac., level to rolling, $325,000. 2107 - 83 A, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, unique farm, crkm 45 pasture, 58X50 metal barn, $399,500. 1872 - 2 A., 3 Bd., 2 B., 2098 ft., 2 car gar., 24X30 bldg., bsmt., deck, $124,900. 1996 - 1 1/2 A. on Buffalo River, Bsmt, 2 spgs, owner fin., won’t flood, $18,500. SOLD 2093 - 10.4 A., 3 Bd., 2 B., D/W, L. Barn, many sheds, pond, fenced, $129,900. 2094 - 8.97 A, pond, 2 trailers, dividing, 1 at $10,000, 1 at $15,000, all $35,000. 2097 - 20 1/2 A, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, 2260 Sq. Br., 3 crk, L. Spg & w/fall, 2 blgs., $185,000. 2095 - 2.72 A., 4 Bd, 2 Ba, Home, Gar, L. Deck, F/P Blgs., metal roof, $124,900. 2096 - 11 A., 1440 S. ft. 3 bd, 2 ba, cedar walls, 10x16 F Porch, 2 c/gar. $144,900. 2098 - .88 A, 3 bd, 2 ba, 1960 Sq. Ft. Br., F/P, 26X66 w/shop, $133,000. 2091 - 5000 Sq. Ft. Comm. Bld., new roof, carpet and auto shop, $150,000. 2092 - 1/2 A., 4 Bd., 2 Ba. home, new C/A, 1200 Sq. Ft., Built in 1992, $51,000. 2089 - 1.93 A, 24x56, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, M/H, 1250 Sq. Ft. C/Port, Shed, $45,000. 2087 - 2.62 A, 2 Bd, 1 Ba, 12x65 M/H, Well, Septic, $16,500. 2088 - 3 Bd, 1 Ba, Brick, remodeled, new appls., 16x12 blg. c/port, $73,000. 2028 - 1.80 A, 4 Bd, 1 1/2 Ba, fence, F/Place, Gar, $127,600. 2056 - 16 A, 14X60, 2 B, 1 1/2 BA., 40X52 Shop, Concrete fl, water, $61,000. 23A - 4 Bd., 2 B., 2400 Ft. Home, Shed, C/port, W/SH, Fenced, $215,000. 2083, 5 1/4 A, 3 Bd., 1 1/2 B, Stone Home, L. Crk, 20x28 barn, 2 1/2 Gar., $78,000. 2082 - 158 A, Older Home, $338,000 or various trs. Low as $2,200/A, Crk, W/fall. 1884 - 2 - 86 A., L Crk & fields, fenced, 20 ac. trs., good timber, $2000 ac. 2059 - 145.9 A, wooded, 2 crk, paved rd, ph, ele. $145,970. 2032 - 2 A, large 2 St., 4 Bd., 3 Ba., home, 4 L Blgs., more acres avail., $165,000. 2055 - 3/4 A, 2001-3 Bd, 2 Ba, 16x76 M/H, porch, 8X16 Blg., C’wood, nice, $31,500. 1947 - Apx. 30 A, 25 A. field, fenced, 42x50 Barn,3 extra L/sheds, Spg. $75,000. 2037 - 14.67 A, 960 Sq. ft. 2 Bd, 1 Ba Home, well, septic, metal roof, appls. $58.500. 2038 - 109 A, Pd Rd, 20X60 Metal Blg w/ concrete floor, Spring, $169,400. Lots near Tenn. River near Sav. Owner Terms. $200 down. Owner/Agent 166A - L. Crk., paved Rd, 89A - $189K or 77A - $83K all for $265K. 1906 - 5 A. trs. on Hwy 13 So., $3,800 some, $3,300 per ac., barn $8,000. On 1-tr. 2003 - 55 A on Co. Rd., timberland, in pines, may finance, $102,500. 1890 - 100 A, Paved Rd., Ele., Ph., 1/2 field and wooded, Crk on land $215,000. 1885 - 3.2 or 1.8 acs, TN River, great for development, $98,500 each. Won’t flood. 1613 - 20A - partly on Green R. divided in 5-6A tracts, ele. Rd, $25-30,000 Tr. Tired of trying to sell your property yourself thru local advertising or with another company who is limited to doing the same advertising that you can do anyhow!! Why not list with UNITED COUNTRY – TERRY REALTY, AMERICA’S LARGEST RURAL REAL ESTATE COMPANY. Our worldwide computer links gives us names daily of potential real estatebuyers, which we mail local listings to. This all at no extra cost to you. Each United Country office is independently owned and operated.

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CLASSIFIEDS DAVIS BACKHOE SERVICE: All Types of Backhoe and Dump Truck Work. Owner Gary Davis, 1-931-231-4544. May 25-tf-(ojb) NOTICE: Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting, Mobile Home Repair, Underpinning, Cool Seal, Decks, Porches, Vinyl Siding, Garages, and Additions, Homes, Plus Much More. Leave Message, 722-7303, 332-3731. June 1-8-15-22-29-(ojb) PERMS, PERMS: Soft Natural Curl, Complete With Styling $25.50, $27.50. Open Monday Thru Saturday, 8:00 A.M. Till 8:00 P.M. During Summer. LAURAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HAIR STYLING, 722-3252. June 8-15-22-29-July 6-13-P. BEAUTICONTROL: Personalized Skin Care Cosmetics SPECIAL SALE, Pick-up Anytime. C o m p l i m e n t a r y Consultations. LAURA BECKHAM, 722-3252. June 8-15-22-29-July 6-13-P. Would Like To Sit With Someone, 25 Years Experience, 722-6990. June 15-22-29-July 6-13-20MCI USE FREE TIME TO EARN EXTRA CASH. Great Parttime Opportunity To Earn Extra Money and Try New Financial Services Career. Work Around Your Schedule - You Set Your Own Hours and Compensation. We Provide Instruction. For More Information Call 931722-8141. June 15-22-29-July 6-13-2027-P. NOTICE: Fifteen Years Experience Sitting With Someone or Housekeeping, 332-2676, Dawn. June 22-29-July 6-13-MCI Experienced Breakfast/ Plate Lunch Cook, Looking For P.T. Work, Can Give Reference. 724-4946 Please Leave Message. June 22-P. NOTICE: Will Clean Your Home, or Sit With Your Sick, 724-6790. June 22-MCI AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-266-0040. (TnScan) June 22-tps ALLIED HEALTH CAREER TRAINING- Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 800-481-9409 www. (TnScan) June 22-tps

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM Home. *Medical *Business *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 888-738-0607, www. (TnScan) June 22-tps JONES HEAVY SALVAGE 155 Shady Grove Road Shiloh, TN 38376. 731-9266596, 731-412-7847. Plate / Beams / Angle 4ft. or shorter 15¢ per lb. Frames / Rears / Axels 4ft. or shorter 14¢ per lb. Farm / Construction Equipment 12.5¢ per lb. Cars / Trucks 12.5¢ per lb. We can haul if needed. Call JHS office 731-632-1900. (TnScan) June 22-tps DIVORCE WITH OR WITHOUT Children $149.00. Includes FREE name change and marital property settlement documents. Bankruptcy $125.00. Wills $49.00. Criminal Expungements $49.00. Power of Attorney $39.00. Call 1-888-789-0198 -- 24/7. (TnScan) June 22-tps

YARD SALE: Houston Smith Road, Saturday, 7 to 12. Lots of Clothes, Miscellaneous. June 22-P. YARD SALE: Saturday, 226 Hassell Street, 6:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10 A.M., King Size Mattress and Box Springs; Household Items; 722-9699. June 22-(ojb) YARD SALE: June 24 and 25, Friday 7 A.M. - ?, Saturday 7 A.M. -?, 315 Hill St., Waynesboro. Several Families, Kids Clothes. June 22-P. 8 FAMILY YARD SALE; Saturday 25th, 8 Till, Home of Mrs. Dee Ray, 4 Miles Savannah Highway. Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Teenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Boyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Girlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Baby Girlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Boyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, (All Sizes); Movies; Games; Pictures; 4 Oak Bar Stools; 3 Ceiling Fans; Lots of Misc. Items. If Rain, the Following Saturday. June 22-MCI BIG YARD SALE: Saturday, June 25th, 7 A.M. Till Sold Out, Several Families Participating, Hwy. 64 East ½ Mile Out of City Limits, First Residence on the Left. Large Variety of Items, Household and Outdoor. June 22-P.


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University of Tennessee at Martin spring cum laude graduate, Emily Shull, of Waynesboro, is headed to the Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine in the fall. Five other UT Martin students also will attend veterinary school this fall. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am excited about the number and quality of students who have been accepted to veterinary school this year from UT Martin,â&#x20AC;? said Dr. Jason Roberts, UT Martin assistant professor of animal science, who received a D.V.M. degree from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Acceptance to veterinary school is highly competitive. This speaks highly of their ability, dedication and work ethic.â&#x20AC;? He added, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It has been a privilege to work with these excellent students. They will excel in the veterinary profession.â&#x20AC;? While at UT Martin, Shull, a 2007 Wayne County High School graduate, was on the equestrian team for two years, was named to Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Who Among American Colleges and Universities and was a member of the Block and Bridle Club, the Pre-veterinary Medicine Club and Cattlemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association. She was in the Servant Singerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s choir at First Baptist Church in Martin. Her parents are Donny and Melissa Shull, and she has a brother, Logan Shull.

TWRA Offers Boating Ed. Class July 9th Any Tennessee resident born after January 1, 1989, must show the TWRAissued wallet Boating Safety Education Certificate as proof of successful completion of the TWRA Boating Safety exam. No other certificate will be accepted as meeting the requirements of the law. If there is an adult on board (at least 18 years old, and if born after 1/1/89 possesses the certification) that can take immediate control of the vessel this certificate is not required. A boating education class will be taught Saturday, July 9, at the Clifton Marina at 8 A.M. and end around noon. This will be the only class taught in Wayne County till next year. How to take the class? First, you must be at least 11 years old to take the exam. After studying the boating safety material, you must first purchase a Type 600 boating safety exam permit from any business (license agent) that sell hunting and fishing licenses (WalMart sporting goods, bait stores, marinas, etc.). The receipt from this transaction is your â&#x20AC;&#x153;ticketâ&#x20AC;? to take the exam. Try not to lose this receipt, it will admit you into an exam location and will also serve as a temporary certificate if you pass the exam. If you do not pass the exam, this receipt/â&#x20AC;?ticketâ&#x20AC;? can continue to be used to take the exam as many times as it takes to pass. Try not to lose it! No pre-registration is required, just show up with your permit, or arrive early and purchase one at the Clifton Marina. The class will let out around 12:00 noon. This test is quite technical and has a high first time failure rate. So go by the marina and get a study book so you can get an early start on studying.

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Wâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;boro Rotary Guests

The Waynesboro Rotary met for their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 31st. Roy Tucker from Southern Heritage Cookware was the guest speaker. Mr. Tucker talked about the Gray Iron Foundry at Rob Cast Inc. and the upcoming Rotary Fundraiser. He was the guest of Rotarian, Tiffany Brewer.

Two unexpected guests were also in attendance at the May 31st Rotary Meeting. The group was honored to also have in attendance,. State Representative Steve McDaniel and State Senator Delores Gresham. Pictured form left to right, Steve McDaniel; guest speaker, Roy Tucker and Delores Gresham.

Waynesboro Rotary Club also honored four new Paul Harris Fellows inductees. Members being inducted were from left to right, Roger Balentine, Jason Rich, Roger Smith and Phil Garner.


CHURCH DIRECTORY AND DEVOTIONAL PAGE HIGHLAND CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy, 13 North – Near Buffalo River Rod Littrell, Preacher WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST Hassell & Boyd St . – Waynesboro Sunday Bible Study 9 A.M. – Worship 10 A.M. Mitchell Skelton, Pulpit Minister WEBSITE: COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST Gregg Lee, Preacher Sunday Bible Class 9 – Worship 10 HYDES CHAPEL CHURCH OF CHRIST Cypress Inn - Nolan Burns, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. SOUTH HIGHLAND CHURCH OF CHRIST Route 1, Collinwood – Hwy. 13 Barry Anderson, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy. 114 – Clifton Tracy Love, Minister S.S. 10- A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Sun. & Wed. Evening 7 P.M. MT. HOPE CHURCH OF CHRIST Michael Andrews, Minister B.S. 10 A.M. – Sunday Worship 11 A.M. FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy. 13 – 12 Miles S. of Collinwood Sonny Bogus, Minister Sunday Bible Class 10 A.M. Worship 11 A.M. WAYNE FURNACE CHURCH OF CHRIST Highway 64 East Cary Crews, Minister S.S. 9 A.M. – Worship 10 A.M. BEECH CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST Wayne Kilpatrick, Minister Bible Study & Church 10 A.M. Sunday & Wednesday Evening 6 P.M. TOPSY CHURCH OF CHRIST Topsy Community Ronnie Pope, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH On Eagle Creek - John Blackwell, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night 6 P.M. MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH Middle Butler Road - Mark Nelson, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 64 West – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. UPPER GREEN RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH Green River Road S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Jerry Flippo, Pastor OAK GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Just Off Pumping Station Road. Bro. Dusty Malugen S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Southeast Corner Wayne County Billy Hill, Pastor COLLINWOOD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Tennessee & 6th Ave. – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Mike Hammonds, Pastor CLIFTON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Clifton Tennessee Randal Runions, Interim Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. LUTTS BAPTIST CHURCH Mike Calvert, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M.

WAYNESBORO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH South Main Street – Waynesboro S.S. 9:45 A.M. – Worship 11 A .M. KELLEY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Natural Bridge Road - Troy Gobbell, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Jerry Robbins, Pastor Highway 13 South – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sun. Disc. Training 5 P.M. - Worship 6 P.M. Wed. Even. 6 P.M. STATELINE CHURCH Keith Montgomery, Pastor Hwy. 13 S. TN/AL Stateline Wed. Night. 6:30 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH Indian Creek Road, Waynesboro Donnie Overton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Colllinwood – Third Avenue Lawrence Steiner, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. LEATHERWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 64 West S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. RAY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 3 ½ Miles Down Hog Creek Road Edd Lopp, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH 750 Glenrock Branch Road Nathan Huff, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH 8821 California Branch Road Westpoint, TN 38486 - Tony Shults, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. Evening Worship 6 P.M. ABUNDANT LIFE FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH Highway 64 West – Waynesboro Dean Haggard, Pastor Sunday Service 10:30 Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL PINEY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Gene Kelly, Pastor Piney Community, Cypress Inn Gene Daniel, Assistant Pastor Greg Eaton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Night – 5 P.M. Highway 13 N. – Colllinwood COLLINWOOD Ricky Nelson, Pastor FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Asst. Pastor, Andy Sherrill First Avenue – Collinwood S.S. 9-11 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Wed. Disc. Training – 7 P.M. Sunday Night Services 6 P.M. CANAAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH WILLIAMS CHAPEL Fishtrap Community - Danny Clark, FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Holly Creek Road S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. James Pete Turnbow, Pastor FELLOWSHIP FREEWILL BAPTIST S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CHURCH MCGLAMERY CHURCH Rocky Ford Holly Creek McGlamery Community Collinwood Bill Hollander, Pastor Johnny Banks, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST BURNS CHAPEL CHURCH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Highway 13 South – Collinwood Tim Hanback, Pastor Edward Burbank, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M.

COUNTY LINE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH WHITTEN’S CROSSROADS Buttermilk Ridge Road UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Whitten’s Crossroads Community BEECH CREEK FULL GOSPEL CHURCH John Allen Berry, Pastor Beech Creek Road - Harold Morris, Pastor S.S. 10:45 A.M. – Wprship 9:45 A.M. Joy is the second grace mentioned by St. Paul as a fruit of Sunday 10 A.M. WAYNESBORO FIRST FIRST PENTECOSTAL the Spirit. Joy is a translation of the Greek word “chara,” UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CLIFTON which can be rendered as joy, gladness, or delight. The Corner Of Hassell & Songer St. Elm Street – Clifton Waynesboro, Tennessee Greek verb “charein” means “to rejoice.” Throughout the Billy Wright, Pastor Lea Thornton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bible, there are many and varied occurrences of joy and S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M PHILLIPS CHAPEL COMMUNITY CHURCH rejoicing. For instance, we are told repeatedly in the Psalms CLIFTON UNITED Highway 13 North – Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH John Blackwell, Pastor to “Rejoice in the Lord.” (Cf. West Pillow St., Clifton - Jim Bryant, Pastor NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER Psalms 33, 35, and 97) And Jesus S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 128, Clifton RIVERSIDE UNITED tells us that He has come to bring Jimmy Hayes, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH 3 P.M.Worship joy: “These things I have spoken Highway 128 N. Of Clifton - Jim Rucker COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF to you, that my joy may be in you, Worship 9:45 A.M. – S.S. 10:45 GOD OF PROPHECY CUMBERLAND and that your joy may be full.” Railroad Bed – Woodlawn PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Connie Pulley, Pastor (John 15:11) We are repeatedly Highway 13 North – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Don Jones, Pastor told that following God’s WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 64 West – Waynesboro commandments and having faith CLIFTON PRESBYTERIAN Ron Smith, Pastor that God will save us, brings joy. CHURCH IN CLIFTON S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Dr. James Roundtree Pastor Indeed, it is joyful to know that CLIFTON CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Dorothy Lambert, Pastor we are doing God’s will, that our FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. 308 South Main St. – Waynesboro sins are truly forgiven, and that COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13 – Collinwood salvation awaits us. This is the ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC CHURCH Richard Bane, Pastor real joy which abides in us despite Highway 64 East - Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Father Kevin Dowling, Pastor the ups and downs of our external circumstances or even CROMWELL CROSSROADS CHURCH Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Service 10 A.M. Sunday our momentary mood swings. And although we may not HOLLIS CHAPEL Joe Risner, Pastor always feel the elation of being on top of the mountain, if FULL GOSPEL CHURCH WAYNE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH Old Railroad – Iron City - Pastor, Julie Keener Highway 13 North – Waynesboro we keep our faith and trust in the Lord, we will always have S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Junior Cummins, Pastor the bedrock of joy to sustain us. SEVENTH DAY S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ADVENTISTS OF WAYNESBORO WAYNESBORO Pastor – John Johnston GREEN RIVER TABERNACLE 1606 Old Highway 64 E. Green River Road, Waynesboro May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. Larry Janes, Pastor LITTLE BETHEL so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. HOLINESS CHURCH THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST On Pumping Station Road OF LATTER DAY SAINTS R.S.V. Romans 15:13 Robert Marks, Pastor Worship 9 A.M. – S.S. 10 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M Located Linden Ward – 5 Miles Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. W of Linden Highway 412 WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER LIVING WATER TABERNACLE Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. JOHNSON’S CHAPEL MT. HOPE UNITED COLLINWOOD UNITED 918 West Point Rd – Lawrenceburg Bible Study 6 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Shawn Moore, Pastor Pastors, Leo Doyle, III S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13N – Lower Green River 4th Street – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON REVIVAL CENTER BEREA Bobbie Martin, Pastor Jim Arrington, Pastor Sunday Evening 6 P.M. - Thurs. Evening 7 P.M. Clifton,Tennessee MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Wprsjhip 11 A.M. THE BRIDE OF CHRIST Shayne Riley, Pastor California Branch Road, Collinwood MT. CARMEL UNITED HIGHLAND UNITED HOLINESS CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Steve Martin, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 13 South – Collinwood Hwy. REVIVAL CENTER UNITED S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Hardin Creek, Clifton Hwy. 64 E, Near Natchez Trace In The Highland Community PENTECOSTAL OF WAYNESBORO CYPRESS OAK GROVE Bobbie Martin, Pastor Ray Watkins, Pastor Bro. Johnny Kilburn, Pastor Old 99 East – Waynesboro, TN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Worship 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. 2nd & 4th Sun Jonathan Pickens, Pastor Pumping Station Road .EVANS CHAPEL UNITED Sunday Night 5 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. Saturday Night 7 P.M. Sunday Morning 10 A.M. - Night 6:30 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. METHODIST CHURCH LUTTS UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL HOUSE OF THE LORD Wednesday Night 7 P.M. Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton FULL GOSPEL BUTLER GROVE Bobbie Martiin, Pastor Lutts, Tennessee - Jim Arrington, Pastor Bro. Jimmy Pickett, Pastor HOUSE OF PRAISE FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 8:30 A.M. – No S.S. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10:15 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Joseph Wallace, Pastor Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor MT. AUBURN UNITED SHAWNETTEE UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL CHURCH 10 A.M. S.S. – 11 A.M. Worship S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton - Bro. Neal Burks, Pastor CORNERSTONE HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Beechview, Clifton - Jim Rucker, Pastor Shawnettee Community – Collinwood Thursday Worship 6 P.M. CHURCH OF COLLINWOOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Preaching 11 A.M. Worship 8:45 A.M. John Ives, Pastor Sunday Morning 10 A.M. 861 Dogwood Flats Road Colllinwood Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor POPES CHAPEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST John Hodum, Pastor MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2699 Buffalo Road, Lawrenceburg Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. Clifton, Tennessee Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge Iron City Road W. L. Wallace, Pastor Wednesday 7:30 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. Worship 2nd & 4th Sunday - 2 P.M. John Allen Berry, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Wed. 6 P.M. Ron Randolph, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night - 6 P.M.


713 Hwy. 99 Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-9601 Toll Free: 877-749-9726 Fax: 931-722-9603


332-6757 - 722-5166 the bank of Waynesboro 931-722-2265



LONGGREEN SUPERSAVER Highway 13 South Collinwood Phone 931-724-9825


COLLINWOOD, TN 931-724-9387

Highway 13 North - Waynesboro

931-722-5965 Waynesboro’s Original Floor Store Shop At Home And Save

Sherry’s Fine Jewelry MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS Located Inside JCPenney On The Square Waynesboro - Phone 722-9212

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Wednesday And Saturday 9 A.M. - 2 P.M.

Duren’s Health Mart Pharmacy

550 Hwy. 64 East Waynesboro, TN

P.O. Box 736 - 215 Dexter Woods Memorial Blvd. Waynesboro, TN 38485 Jerry & Erma Duren, Owners 931-722-5466 --

931-722-5579 Suites Available



Highway 64 West 931-722-5821

Eagle Creek Custom Frame Shop

676-3311 Or 722-3608 Directors - Officers - Employees

Hall Medical Clinic

Dr. Joe Hall - Dr. J.V. Mangubat Paula Cole, FNPC - Kendra Prater, FNPC Valerie Hall, FNPC

EARL & SARAH COOK 3528 Clifton Turnpike - Waynesboro, TN 38485 MON. - SAT. 9 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. (931)-676-5451

107 J.V. Mangubat Dr. - Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-2800 - Fax. 931-722-9627


Daniel’s Tire Shop


Broad Street - Collinwood, TN 931-724-4616 Roger & Keith Dixon, Owners

“Heavy & Light Duty Vehicles” NEW AND USED TIRES AVAILABLE Hours: Tues.-Fri. 8 A.M. - 5 P.M.

Jerry Baugus, Manager Highway 64 West - Waynesboro Phone 722-5456

845 Hwy. 13 S. Collinwood, TN 38450

Phone 931-722-8823

Teresa Daniels, Owner

Phone 931-724-9197


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C & G Auto Parts, Inc. P.O. BOX 157 - 122 S. HIGH STREET WAYNESBORO, TN 38485 (931) 722-5481

313 Hwy. 13 South Collinwood, TN 38450

Tom & Regina Tesnow 2535 Mt. Hope Road Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-6621


Kelley Insurance Lawrenceburg, TN Talisa Hood Hooper, Agent

(931) 766-1119

•Auto •Home •Health •Life

827 Highway 99 - Waynesboro Harold Pope, Manager PHONE: 931-722-3242 -- FAX: 931-722-7242 EMAIL:

Memorial Gardens Of Wayne County

Oil Changes - Brakes Light Mechanic Work, - Etc James Possum Butler, Owner


931-722-5488 Fax 931-722-7262 720 Highway 99 P.O. Box 974 Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-2229 1-877-270-2229

Wayne County Bank

Wayne Farmers Co-op


905 Andrew Jackson Dr. Suite B Waynesboro, TN 38485 Office: 931-722-6094 Toll-Free: 1-866-463-4805 Fax: 931-722-7128

Tennessee Quality Homecare


Wayne County Nursing Home P.O. BOX 510 WAYNESBORO, TENNESSEE 38485 Phone (931) 722-3641 Fax (931) 722-7215

Wayne County Glass 704 Highway 99 -Waynesboro, TN Tim & Amy Samuels 931-722-6600


Office: 931-722-5010 Fax: 931-722-5084

231 South Main Street P.O. Box 589 Waynesboro, TN 38485 Life - Home - Auto - Business- Retirement - Health

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Community Happenings Events In And Around Wayne County COMMUNITY EVENTS

COLLINWOOD OES NO. 422 REG. MTHLY. MTG. The Collinwood Chapter Order of the Eastern Star has their regular monthly meeting the first Thursday of each month. Meetings begin at 7 P.M. All members are urged to attend. June 2011-P. HOLLY CREEK V.F.D. MONTHLY FISH FRY The Holly Creek Fire Department and Community Center sponsors its monthly fish fry every 4th Saturday from 4 till 7 P.M. at the VFD/Community Center. All proceeds will benefit the fire department. Everyone is invited to support this cause. June 2011-P. BECOME A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER You Can be the Difference! Come join us at Tennessee Quality Hospice and become a part of a caring and compassionate team. Tennessee Quality Hospice provides Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual support for terminally ill patients and their families. Volunteers are needed for Patient care, bereavement support, office work. Training is free call Bro. Chad Balentine at 931-722-2785. Jan. 26-2011-tf-ojb)

ATTENTION ARTISANS OF WAYNE COUNTY The Artisans of Wayne County invite artists and anyone interested in the arts to their meetings on the second Tuesday night of each month at 7 P.M. The location of meetings rotate. To find out meeting place call 676-3118 or 6767629. June 2011-(ojb) WAYNE COUNTY HELPING HANDS OFFERS â&#x20AC;&#x153;AFTER-CAREâ&#x20AC;? GROUP Wayne County Helping Hands has begun offering an â&#x20AC;&#x153;After-Careâ&#x20AC;? group for anyone who has been through an addiction rehabilitation program. The group will meet at 5 P.M. each Saturday. Counselors from Buffalo Valley, Inc. will be leading this group. All services of Wayne County Helping Hands are offered free of charge. An experienced drug and alcohol abuse counselor will be available EVERY Saturday of the month at 5 P.M. June 2011 -(ojb)

COUNTRY HAM BREAKFAST BEECH CREEK There will be a country ham breakfast every first Saturday morning of each month from 7 till 9 A.M. at the Beech Creek Fire Hall. Everyone is welcome. Feb.-Dec. 2011-P.

BERRY FAMILY REUNION Decendants of the late John Henry and Mary E. Pigg Berry will have their annual reunion Sunday, July 10 at the Fellowship Hall at McGlamery Church in Collinwood. Lunch will be served at 1 P.M. Friends and relatives are invited to attend and asked to bring a basket lunch. June 22-29-July 6, 2011-P.

A.A. MEETS IN WAYNESBORO AT C.P. CHURCH A. A. meets every Thursday night at 8 P. M. at the Presbyterian Church in Waynesboro. Everyone is welcome. On the second Saturday Night of each month there is an eating/ speakers meeting at 7 P.M. Eat at 7 followed by speaking at 8 P.M. For more information call C.W.B. 731-695-2358 or Ron R. 931-762-5977. Aug. 2010 Thru July 2011-P.

WAYNE COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION Free GED classes are available at the Wayne County Adult Education Office. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We offer small class instruction, individual instruction, tutoring, and are looking at the possibility of offering online classes. We have flexible scheduling and would love the opportunity to help anyone who does not have a high school diploma achieve a GED. For more information visit us on Facebook at Wayne County Adult Education or contact Ryan Franks at 931-722-9943. Feb. 2 Thru June 29, 2011-(ojb)

FREE RIDES FOR VETERANS Free rides are available to Veterans for trips to Nashville/ Murfreesboro VA Hospitals / Clinics. The rides only are available with seven day notice and depend on driver availability. You must have signed insurance form and must call the night before to assure driver of need for a ride. For more information call James R. Rains at 722-3150. Feb. 23-tf-(ojb)

SWAMP JOHNS FISH FRY Swamp Johns fish fry will be held at the Highway 69 Volunteer Fire Department the 4th Saturday night of each month, March through September, from 4 until 7 P.M. Eat in or carry out. REGULAR MTHLY. MTG. CYPRESS INN VFD. The regular monthly meeting of the Cypress Inn Volunteer Fire Department will be held on the 4th Monday of each month. BREWERS AND BREWER RELATIVES The annual Brewer reunion / fish fry, along with your side dishes, will be on Saturday, July 2, 2011 on the Macedonia Baptist Church grounds, Butler Creek. Lunch will be at noon, followed by information on the Julius Brewer line given by Rusty Brewer and information on the life of Moses Spencer, Revolutionary War Soldier, and his relationship to the Brewer family given by Clovis Edwin Brewer. Awards will be given to the oldest and youngest in attendance as well as to the one who drove the greatest distance. For more information call Randall Brewer 931-724-9422, Kathy Daniel 931-724-4606, or in Alabama Janie Bogus 256-766-6544. GEORGE AND GRACE WARRINGTON BERRY FAMILY REUNION Family members of George and Grace Warrington Berry will have a reunion on Saturday, June 25 at 1 P.M. at the Gene Berry Farm. Extended family and friends are invited. OVILLA V.F.D. BENEFIT BAR-B-QUE The Ovilla Volunteer Fire Department will have a benefit barbeque on June 25 at 4 P.M. at the Ovilla Fire Dept., located next to the Natchez Trace on Highway 64 East. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of a new tanker. Everyone is encouraged to support this event.

To Sing In Savannah

June 15, 22, 29, 2011-(ojb)

S.C.H.R.A. HEAD START / EARLY HEAD START POLICY COUNCIL MEETING JULY 21 The South Central Human Resource Agency Head Start / Early Head Start Policy Council Meeting will be held on July 21, 2011 at 10:30 A.M. at the South Central Human Resource Agency Central Office, In Fayetteville, Tennessee.

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The Wayne County Library Summer Reading Program is part of the 2011 Collaborative Summer Library Program which is a consortium of states working together to provide a high-quality reading program. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s theme is â&#x20AC;&#x153;One World, Many Stories.â&#x20AC;? Children expand their horizons when they travel. Of course, many children cannot travel far away to England or China to learn about the varied world we live in. Some children will not even travel beyond their home state to discover what they might have in common and how they differ from other people and places around the world. But they can expand their horizons while reading about other countries; learning about other cultures, and peoples. Children are encouraged to come to the Wayne County

Library and sign a reading contract stating how many books they will read in the month of July. Upon registering each child will receive a Reading Passport to log in the book titles, a book bag, pencil, and a book mark. If the child reaches their goal, they will receive a one-day pool pass and a coupon for a drink, hotdog, and a bag of chips at the Waynesboro City Pool. They will also receive a certificate of participation. The Library will also offer a Story Hour from 10:30 to 11:30 each Tuesday in July. This hour will provide children stories, activities, and a lot of fun. Encourage your child to travel the world through books. Sign up today, during the month of June. Let your child read in July and let a book take them anywhere in the world and beyond.

Waynesboro Green River Tabernacle GREEN RIVER ROAD Larry Janes, Pastor Sunday School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 A.M. Worship Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 A.M. Evangelistic Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 P.M. Wednesday Night Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 P.M. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Everyone Is Welcome To Come See What God Is Doingâ&#x20AC;?


POPE FAMILY REUNION The Pope Family Reunion will be held on June 26th at the Waynesboro Elementary School Cafeteria. Bring a covered dish, everything else will be provided. All family and friends are invited to attend. Come join everyone for a day of good food and fellowship. The meal will be served at 12 noon. REMOVE FLOWERS FROM HOLLIS CEMETERY Persons with loved ones buried at Hollis Cemetery are asked to remove old flowers from Hollis Cemetery by July 1st or 2nd, so that the cemetery can be cleaned.

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A weekend with Southern Gospelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Most legendary groups will be held on Friday, June 24 and Saturday, June 25, at the Hardin County High School Auditorium in Savannah, TN The 7 P.M. Friday night event features, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Chuck Wagon Gangâ&#x20AC;? of Fort Worth, TX. The 6 P.M. Saturday night event showcases â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Dixie Echoesâ&#x20AC;? from Pensacola, FL. Host group, Josh & Ashley Franks and In His Image from Franklin, TN will also perform. No Advance or reserved ticket needed. Tickets available day of event at the door. For more information

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Pastor: Shon Beasley NOTICE OF TRUSTEEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated May 22, 2007, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded May 24, 2007, at Book 97, Page 108 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Cheryle J. Luzack, conveying certain property therein described to Joseph B. Pitt, Jr. as Trustee for â&#x20AC;&#x153;MERSâ&#x20AC;? Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as a separate corporation acting soley as a nominee for Quicken Loans Inc and Quicken Loans Incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s successors and assigns; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on July 18, 2011 on or about 3:00 P.M., at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a railroad spike in the center of Rayburn Creek Road, being the Northeast corner of this tract; thence running with the center of Rayburn Creek Road, South 9 degrees 03 minutes 52 seconds East 29.26 feet; thence South 4 degrees 30 minutes 16 seconds East 43.66 feet; thence South 0 degrees 49 minutes 17 seconds East 63.01 feet; thence South 0 degrees 38 minutes 42 seconds West 88.48 feet to a railroad spike; thence leaving said road. South 68 degrees 23 minutes 38 seconds West 347.89 feet to a steel pin; thence North 27 degrees 48 minutes 19 seconds

West 228.85 feet to an 18 inch cherry; thence North 10 degrees 10 minutes 36 seconds East 155.95 feet to a 10 inch sweet gum; thence running with a wire fence and the South boundary of the lands of James Stricklin as shown in Deed Book Number 52, at page 4, South 89 degrees 25 minutes 43 seconds East 394.72 feet to the point of beginning, containing 2.72 acres of land, more or less, according to the survey of David H. Parsons, Tennessee Registered Land Surveyor Number 1693, June 16,1998. ALSO KNOWN AS: 6533 Rayburn Creek Road, Collinwood, Tennessee 38450 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Cheryle J. Luzack The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trusteeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 817-211358 DATED June 17, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_ awoodard_110617_1110 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM. June 22, 29, July 6, 2011


Wayne County Historical Society Meets At CP Church Continued From June 15, 2011 Issue

William’s son, Jacob D. Biffle, (Little Jake) was not so lucky. Little Jake and Willis B. Embry (some say the name was Kephart), and members of the 9th Cavalry, were on their way to Maury County when they were NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated July 1, 2008, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded July 7, 2008, at Book 111, Page 618 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Jerri Ann Martin, conveying certain property therein described to Arnold M. Weiss, Esq., Shelby County as Trustee for Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on July 11, 2011 on or about 3:00 P.M., at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Lying and being situated in the 1st Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and bounded and described as follows: On the waters of Hurricane Creek beginning at a stake, the same being the Northwest corner of Lot Number 12 East as shown on the plan and plat of Joe H. Sevier, Jr. Subdivision, found of record in Deed Book 58, page 356 A, ROWC, Tennessee; also a corner of tract of which this is a part and the Northwest corner of Lot Number 12 East, also the Southwest corner of Lot Number 11 East; thence South 74 degrees East 250 feet to a stake on the West margin of Hurricane Hills Drive extended, the same being the Southeast corner of Lot Number 11 East, also the most Eastern Southeast corner of said lot of which this is a part; thence with West margin North 23 degrees West 217 feet to a stake at intersection of graded road, the same being the Northeast corner of said Lot Number 11 East, also the Northeast corner of lot of which this is a part; thence with South margin of graded road South 81 degrees East 200 feet to a stake in same, the same being Northwest corner of said Lot 11 East; thence South 23 degrees East 105.7 feet to the beginning, containing by estimation 31,200 square feet, be the same more or less, according to J.N. Hurst, Surveyor. This property is subject to certain restrictive covenants of record in Deed Book 139, Page 438, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. A description of same is hereby incorporated by reference the same as if copied in full herein. ALSO KNOWN AS: 820 Hurricane Hill Drive, Waynesboro, Tennessee 38485 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Jerri Ann Martin The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 717-210657 DATED June 3, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_ mgrayer_110603_ 954 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC. COM. June 8-15-22, 2011

surprised and captured at Ashland in Wayne County. Little Jake was shot five times in the back after surrendering –dying on August 11, 1864. His companion Embry (or Kephart) was also killed – shot in the head while begging for his life. Little Jake’s bereaved father never forgot and had “Shot five times after surrendering” carved on his son’s tombstone. He was buried at Mount Pisgah Methodist Church in Maury County. [16] NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated September 25, 2008, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded October 9, 2008, at Book 114, Page 155 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Sunny Atchison and Ellen Atchison, conveying certain property therein described to Kathy Winstead as Trustee for JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on July 11, 2011 on or about 3:00 P.M., at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Situated, lying and being in the 10th Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee and being more fully described as follows: Beginning at a white oak tree in the South boundary line of the Bradley Moore tract and on the South side of California Branch and the Northeast corner of the tract conveyed by Birtie Hollis and husband, to Chapple Caperton by deed dated November 21,1959 and recorded in Deed Book 41, Page 398, in the Register’s Office for Wayne County, Tennessee; thence in a Westerly direction and with the South boundary line of the said Bradley Moore tract and crossing the Collinwood to West Point Road at poles, in all 34 poles and 15 feet to a stake; thence in a Southeastwardly direction 27 1/2 poles to a stake with hickory and dogwood pointers; thence East 16 poles and 15 feet to a stake in a barbed wire fence; thence North and with fence, 40 1/2 poles to the place of beginning, containing 5 acres, more or less. Subject to rights of others in and to an agreement for rights to spring for water lines as set out in Miscellaneous Book 3, Page 241, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. Said easement is to run with the land. ALSO KNOWN AS: 8944 California Branch Road, Westpoint, Tennessee 38486 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Sunny Atchison; Ellen Atchison; The Bank of Frankewing; Estate of Sunny Atchison; Unknown Heirs of Sunny Atchison The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 700-210312 DATED June 3, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_ msanders_110603_1324 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM. June 8-15-22, 2011

In January 1864, Union soldiers captured Captain J. J. Biffle of the 9th Cavalry – another cousin of Colonel Jacob Biffle. General William Sooy Smith, Federal commander at Savannah, Tennessee, wired the Federal commander at Paducah, Kentucky: “I send you a lot of prisoners whom I can by no means recommend. Some of them are desperate characters, and all of them bear the closest kind of watching…” General Smith described Captain J. J. Biffle as “especially guilty and to be strictly guarded.” Captain Biffle lived only 16 days after his capture – the official cause being given was pneumonia. The treatment reserved for one of the “dangerous Biffles” has said to be the real cause of death. [17]

Clay Allison Some interesting information involving a Wayne County soldier of Company “F,” 9th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, who was recruited at Leatherwood: Robert Andrew “Clay” Allison was once asked what he did for a living, and he replied “I am a shootist.” It is simply not possible to verify the multiple accounts of his numerous outrageous activities with “news” being what it was at the time and a century intervening . Though many of the tales were highly exaggerated, if even half of them were true, people were right to be afraid of him. Born with a clubfoot, Robert Clay Allison, known as “Clay”, was born September 2, 1840, the fourth of

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under that Deed of Trust dated September 27, 2001, and recorded in Record Book No. 20, page 239, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Shawn Luker and wife, Kim L. Luker, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. (See also Modification and Extension of Deed of Trust dated August 1, 2008, and recorded in Record Book 113, page 325, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee.) Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, default has been made under the aforesaid Deed of Trust and under the note secured by the same more than thirty (30) days, and the said Wayne County Bank, the owner and holder of said note has ordered the foreclosure by the said George G. Gray, Trustee, of the Deed of Trust, executed to secure the same. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee, will on Thursday, July 14, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the 10th Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, on the waters of Factors Fork of Shoal Creek, and bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a stake with dogwood pointers beside old fence beside Jack Nelson property corner going 224 feet adjacent to B. W. Lovell property and cornering at white oak pointers; thence West 586 feet to whiteoak and maple pointers; thence South 224 feet to cedar pointers; thence East 586 feet back to beginning, containing by estimation 3.01 acres, be the same more or less, surveyed May 9, 1994. This being the real property conveyed to Shawn Luker, by deed of Ozro Luker and wife, Stella Luker, dated May l3, l994, and recorded in Deed Book No. 136, page 145, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by deed of Ozro Luker and wife, Stella Luker, dated April 1, 1994, and recorded in Deed Book No. 134, page 639, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. Also see Deed of Correction dated March 10, 1995, and recorded in Deed Book No. 138, page 618, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. Subject to applicable water rights as set forth in MCL Book 8, page 109 and Deed Book 69, page 197, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by reference thereto the same are made a part hereof the same as if copied in full herein. Subject to Grant of Easement to United States of America, dated August 18, 2009, recorded in Record Book No. 122, page 384, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by reference thereto the same is made a part hereof the same as if copied in full herein. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM June 22, 29, July 6, 2011

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated December 1, 2006, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded December 7, 2006, at Book 89, Page 895 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Larry Keeton and Stacey Keeton, conveying certain property therein described to Title & Escrow of Lawrence Co. as Trustee for Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as a separate corporation that is acting solely as a nominee for New Century Mortgage Corporation and New Century Mortgage Corporation’s successors and assigns; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on July 25, 2011 on or about 3:00 P.M., at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Lying and being situated in the 1st Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and more particularly bounded and described as follows: Being Lots Number 13 and 14 in Block B in Waynedale Subdivision, a plan of which is recorded in the Register’s Office of said County of Wayne in Deed Book 30, Page 331, to which plan reference is here made, and by such reference said plan is made a part hereof, as fully as if copied herein. This conveyance is made subject to certain restrictive covenants and conditions as set forth in full in Deed Book Number 31, page 117, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by reference thereto, the same are made a part hereof, the same as if copied in full herein. ALSO KNOWN AS: 600 Walnut Street, Waynesboro, Tennessee 38485 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Larry Keeton; Internal Revenue Service; Stacey Keeton The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 1325-211851 DATED June 17, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_ awoodard_110617_1112 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM. June 22, 29, July 6, 2011

nine children of John and Nancy (Lemmond) Allison. His father, a Presbyterian minister, also worked in the cattle and sheep business and died when Clay was only five. Clay was said to be restless from birth, and as he grew into manhood, he became feared for his wild mood swings and quick temperament. Clay worked on the family farm near Waynesboro, Tennessee until the age of 21 when the Civil War broke out and he immediately signed up to fight for the Confederacy, enlisting in the Tennessee Light Artillery on October 15, 1861. His clubfoot did not seem to hamper his ability to perform active duty in the Confederate Army. In fact, he was eager to fight, sometimes threatening to kill his superiors because they would not pursue Union soldiers when they were running away from the battle. A few months later on January 15, 1862, he received a medical discharge from the army because of an old head injury that caused mood swings. On September 22, 1862, Clay reenlisted as a member of the 9th Tennessee Cavalry, where he remained until the end of the war and where he served under General Nathan Bedford Forrest. On May 4, 1865, he surrendered with his company at Gainesville, Alabama and was held as a prisoner of war for a few days until the war’s end on May 10, 1865. FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been made by failure to comply with the terms and conditions of a certain Deed of Trust dated September 12, 1997, executed by Timothy Holt and wife, Crystal Holt, recorded in Trust Book 145, Page 687, Register’s Office for Wayne County, Tennessee, and wherein the said Timothy Holt and wife, Crystal Holt conveyed the property therein described to Lawyers Title Insurance Co., Trustee, to secure the indebtedness therein described, and the entire indebtedness having been declared due and payable as provided in said Deed of Trust and note, and payment not having been made as demanded; and the undersigned, Joel E. Jordan, of 3326 Aspen Grove Drive #604, Franklin, Tennessee 37067, having been appointed as Substitute Trustee in the place and stead of Lawyers Title Insurance Co., Trustee, said appointment being set forth in the Register’s Office for Wayne County, Tennessee, notice is hereby given that I, Joel E. Jordan, Substitute Trustee, having been requested so to do by the lawful owner of said indebtedness, will on Thursday, July 21, 2011, at 12:00 Noon at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, free from equity of redemption, homestead and dower, and all other exemptions of every kind, all of which are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, the following described real estate in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the 7th Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, on the East side of William Holt Road, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a pk nail in the center of Whitten School Road and William Holt Road, running with the center of William Holt Road, thence North 14° 27’ 03” West 166.04 feet to a point; thence North 17° 45’ 59” West 111.61 feet to a point; thence North 20° 03’ 00” West 103.52 feet to a point, thence North 22° 51’ 35” West 93.92 feet to a point, being the Southwest corner of this tract and the Northwest corner of the lands of Johnny Lawson, as shown in Deed Book in Deed Book No. 104, page 810, and being the true point of beginning for this tract, continuing with said road; thence North 22° 51’ 35” West 186.18 feet to a point, leaving said road; thence North 57° 31’ 43” East 12.78 feet to a steel pin; thence North 57° 31’ 42” East 94.17 feet to a steel pin; thence North 9° 40’ 22” West 150.81 feet to a steel pin; thence North 770 52’ 54” East 641.38 feet to a steel pin; running with the West boundary of the lands of William Thomas Martin, as shown in Deed Book No. 76, page 127; thence South 3° 58’ 40” West 337.50 feet to a steel pin; running with the North boundary of the lands of the aforesaid Lawson; thence South 73° 35’ 21” West 610.33 feet to

After returning home from the war, Allison became a member of the local Ku Klux Klan, whose dislike for the Freedman’s Bureau of Wayne County nearly lead to armed conflict. Mr. Russ Davidson, in his book WAYNESBORO A HISTORICAL AND PICTORIAL REVIEW,

tells of this Incident. This Article Will Be Continued In Future Editions Of The News IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR WAYNE COUNTY, TENNESSEE ORDER OF PUBLICATION – NON-RESIDENT NOTICE FRANK JEROME GALLAHER, PLAINTIFF VS. CIVIL ACTION NO. 2011-CV-4960 CYNTHIA LEIGH GALLAHER,, DEFENDANT TO: CYNTHIA LEIGH GALLAHER WHOSE WHEREABOUTS ARE UNKNOWN In this action it appearing from the Complaint which is sworn to that the residence and whereabouts of the Defendant, Cynthia Leigh Gallaher, are unknown, she is, therefore, hereby required to serve upon Patrick S. Butler, Plaintiff’s Attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 385, Waynesboro, TN 38485, an answer to the Complaint within thirty (30) days subsequent to July 13, 2011, otherwise, judgment by default will be taken against her for the relief demanded in the Complaint. It is further ordered that this Notice be published for four (4) consecutive weeks in The Wayne County News. This the 14th day of June, 2011. CAROLYN MATHIS CLERK AND MASTER PATRICK S. BUTLER Attorney For Plaintiff June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 2011 a steel pin; thence South 73° 35’ 20” West 11.23 feet to the true point of beginning, containing 5.1150 acres of land, more or less, according to the survey of David H. Parsons, Tennessee Registered Licensed Surveyor No. 1693, May 8,1995. Being the same property conveyed to Timothy W. Holt and wife, Crystal J. Holt, by Warranty Deed from Ernest J. Roberson and wife, Thalia Roberson, dated May 22, 1995 and recorded in Deed Book 139, Page 368, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. Included in this conveyance is a 1997 Belmont Homes, Inc. mobile home, Serial #MSB972864S1/2SN30952. This is improved property known as Route 1 Box 520, Iron City, Tennessee 38463. The 2010 taxes are currently due and payable. The 2009 taxes are currently past due and delinquent. The following person(s) or entity(ies) hold a Deed of Trust, lien or other encumbrance on the above described property: Beneficial Tennessee Inc. Deed of Trust Record Book 49, Page 732; LVNV Funding LLCP Judgment Lien Record Book 115, Page 557; Capital One. Bank (USA), N.A. Judgment Lien Record Book 134, Page 61; Midland Funding LLC, as Assignee of Citibank Judgment Lien Record Book 135, Page 550. Said sale is subject to any and all unpaid taxes and any other prior claims, liens, easements, set back lines and restrictions. THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO ADJOURN THE DAY OF THE SALE TO ANOTHER DAY, TIME AND PLACE CERTAIN WITHOUT FURTHER PUBLICATION, UPON ANNOUNCEMENT AT THE TIME AND PLACE FOR THE SALE SET FORTH ABOVE. THE TRUSTEE/SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO RESCIND THE SALE. IN THE EVENT THE HIGHEST BIDDER DOES NOT HONOR THE HIGHEST BID WITHIN 24 HOURS, THE NEXT BIDDER AT THE NEXT HIGHEST BID WILL BE DEEMED THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER. THE NOTICE OF RIGHT TO FORECLOSE HAS BEEN SENT AS REQUIRED BY T.C.A. §35-5-117. JOEL E. JORDAN Substitute Trustee STELTEMEIER & WESTBROOK, PLLC 3326 Aspen Grove Drive, #604 Franklin, Tennessee 37067 June 22, 29, July 6, 2011


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JustDance Entertainment Competition Teams and their families will head to Myrtle Beach, SC this week where they will compete at Dancemakers National Competition. The dancers range from ages 5-19 years old and have a total of 34 girls and one boy. The individual teams will compete for National Titles as well as cash prizes. Dancers have spent several hours preparing for the competition and are very excited to have the opportunity to compete.

.(Continued . .W’boro From Page Seven) lady from Lewisburg had visited the Sports Plex recently. She stated that we had a nice complex and that Waynesboro was a very pleasant town. The lady told the mayor that everyone was friendly and polite. Mayor Vencion discussed with the board about how much he enjoyed hearing Waynesboro being complimented that way. The last item City Manager John Hickman discussed was his recent email with Doug Shelton. Shelton told City Manager Hickman that the Environmental Review for USDA is being completed. So the city can expect a decision on funding after July 1 on

the Waste Water treatment Plant grant and loan. On the agenda, Mayor Vencion discussed the continuation of budget. City Manager John Hickman explained that the city will continue to use the 2010-2011 fiscal year budget until a 2011-2012 budget is in place. The state mandates that you have to vote to continue to work with last year’s budget until you have a new one. Commissioner Gerald Baer made a motion to approve and Vice Mayor Tony Creasy seconded that motion. A resident on Warren Drive paid $1,680 for two tap fees but there is no main line running down that street. Mayor Vencion asked City

Manager John Hickman for clarification before he asked for a motion. The city would run a two inch line from Mink Branch Acres, 540 foot. Commissioner Dan Creasy told the board about information in the statute ordinance pertaining to this matter. He said that in the City of Waynesboro Statue Ordinance it states that once adopted inside the city limits, the city has 5 years to provide the required improvements. Commissioner Dan Creasy made the motion to run the water line down Warren Drive and Commissioner Jeff Howell seconded the motion. The motion is passed. Mayor Vencion asked


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if there were any citizens present who wanted to address the board. There were none. He then asked for open items to be discussed. Commissioner Baer said that he had been approached about the state of the tennis courts. Some Waynesboro tennis enthusiasts told Commissioner Baer that the court has too much loose gravel on it. They want to be able to play tennis on the court without falling down. There are also some tennis players having to travel all the way to Lawrenceburg to play tennis. “That’s not right,” said Commissioner Baer. Commissioner Baer has also been approached about the batting cages. He said they also need cleaning up. He told the board that we have a pretty park down there it just needs to be kept up. Vice Mayor Tony Creasy would like the city to fix home plate and the pitcher’s mound at the Sports Plex. He commented that there are bags of clay out there that they can use. Vice Mayor Creasy explained to other members of the board that the Sports Plex is so nice, the mounds need to look like they belong there. Vice Mayor Tony Creasy would like it wet, packed down, and fixed before somebody gets hurt. He declared we just need to pack down the clay and water it. Then it will still look good and everyone will be safe. Vice Mayor Creasy asked the board if the sprinklers worked. Everyone is in agreement that there are sprinklers but no they do not work. Creasy said that this needed to be addressed because the city does not need to let the grass die. Next, Commissioner Jeff Howell says he has been contacted more than once by a resident on Mink Branch regarding mosquitoes and stagnant water from a few ponds. She would like the

city’s assistance in the matter. Also, she would like help with a neighbor at the end of Will Drive who has an overgrown property. City Manager John Hickman told the board that the Property Maintenance Regulations specifically deals with old cars, trash in someone’s yard, or a salvage yard. The regulations also prohibit stagnate water and slow moving ponds. The City Manager told Commissioner Howell that he will do something about the problem. Commissioner Dan Creasy discussed how the mowing crew for the city is doing a terrible job. He has gotten quite a few complaints on the state of the city’s right of ways. He also had a problem with fire hydrants being flushed at inappropriate times and without notifying others parked around the hydrant. “You don’t flush fire hydrants toward vehicles,” said Commissioner Creasy. Creasy told the board its time to clean up! He said that there are a lot of properties in Waynesboro that need to be mowed and cleaned up. If the resident does not clean up or mow their property, the City of Waynesboro can hire someone to do it and add it to their taxes. Commissioner Creasy also bragged on Todd Ferguson. He said that he is doing a great job as ambassador to the city. Todd would stop what he was doing and talk to anyone about his work. Creasy told the board that Todd has a lot of good ideas and was always proud to be there. City Manager John Hickman said that Todd Ferguson will be getting a new inmate work crew on Monday. Commissioner Dan Creasy also discussed the E-Grant program that would allow the city to find grants based on a certain search criteria. The software costs around $3,000 to $5,000. The board started discussing the purchase. They felt it

would be well worth the money. Commissioner Baer said, “Well I don’t think we need to sit around and wait.” The report prints off as a PDF document which can be sent directly to South Central Resource Agency to apply for precisely the grant that is needed. City Manager John Hickman told the board of commissioners that he would arrange a meeting with the representative of the E-Grant program to review it. Commissioner Baer said that he thinks the Waynesboro City Pool is looking very good and he has received compliments on it. Commissioner Baer feels that Mr. Purvis’ employees and pool are doing an excellent job. He said that he wished the pool had a better name. That is when Mr. Purvis informed the board that it is actually the Waynesboro Water Recreation Center. Everyone agreed that was a more proper name for the facility. Mayor Vencion told the board that the salvage company venture is out. It did not look very promising and that we would not want it in our Industrial Park. He also talked to the board members about the Industrial Board. The entire commission is in agreement that as they stated in a previous meeting, they will not give the Industrial Board funds for assistance until they take some corrective action with the current tenant. There have been several promises and assurances made to the Industrial board that contracts were obtained and it would result in full payments. “There is only interest being paid on the loan by the tenant. The principle has not been reduced for some time now” Manager Hickman stated. Vice Mayor Tony Creasy made the motion to adjourn the meeting. Commissioner Gerald Baer seconded the motion to adjourn.


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•$400 per month rent, annual lease required •$400 security deposit •Access via alley at side and rear •Small bathroom in rear of building •Reserved parking in adjacent lot on S. High St. 102 PUBLIC SQUARE SOUTH •1,456 sq. feet on lower floor •$300 per month rent, annual lease required •$300 security deposit •Small bathroom on main floor •Upstairs storage for additional $100 per month •Reserved parking in adjacent lot on S. High St.

Adjacent Parking Lot for Tenants and Customers

Wednesday & Sunday Night Special: Large 2 topping Pizza + 2 orders of Wings (Hot or Mild)- $15.99

Sunday Lunch Plate: Meat, 3 Vegetables, Bread, Dessert & Drink - $7.99









S. HIGH STREET •Approximately 4,000 sq. feet of parking space •Parking slots reserved for adjacent buildings •Can be converted to private parking for additional fee •Direct access to Highway 64 West

For Information, Call: 931-332-5164 or 305-978-2540

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