Page 1



Wayne County



No. 3 - Vol. 154 - Waynesboro, TN Twenty Pages

Wednesday, august 10, 2011


Obituaries - Page 4 Society - Pages 6-7 Sports - Page 8 Classifieds - Pages 12-13 Farm - Page 18 Community Events - Page 16

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


Sheriff’s Office Recovers Stolen Truck / Camper

JustDance Teams Place First In National Competition

JustDance Entertainment Dancers recently took home four first place trophies at Dancemakers, Inc. National Competition held in Myrtle Beach, SC. The group of 35 dancers is divided into three teams and amongst them competed four routines over the four day convention. Several events took place during the week. Dancers participated in classes taught by worldwide instructors. An audition was also held as dancers were given the opportunity to try-out. Sr. Competition Dancers McKenzie Alley and Hope Ruddle, were chosen at the audition and performed with L.A. pop-star “REME at the “WrapIt-Up Awards Ceremony held the final day. (More Pictures On Page Nineteen)

Relay For Life Is This Friday Night At Waynesboro Sportsplex In speaking with Wonda Turnbo, it is clear Wayne County’s yearly Relay For Life event is very near and dear to her. In this time of economic turmoil, she is still stunned at the totals raised every year. “This is such an achievement for us and says a lot

about our county, “said Turnbo. The dedicated effort our community gives to this event year in and year out is proof that we all feel strongly about finding a cure for cancer. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that

Budget Cuts Force Reduced Hours At S.S. Office In Lawrenceburg The Lawrenceburg Social Security Office to begin closing at 3:30 P.M. daily due to Congressional Budget Cuts Forcing Reduced Public Hours. Effective August 15, 2011, the Lawrenceburg Social Security office will be open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. – a reduction of 30 minutes each weekday. While agency employees will continue to work their regular hours, this shorter public window will allow them to complete face-toface service with the visiting public without incurring the cost of overtime. Congress provided Social Security

PAGE 1A AUG 10.indd 1

with nearly $1 billion less than the President requested for the budget this fiscal year, which makes it impossible for the agency to provide the amount of overtime needed to handle service to the public as we have in the past. Most Social Security services do not require a visit to an office. For example, anyone wishing to apply for benefits, sign up for direct deposit, replace a Medicare card, obtain a proof of income letter or inform us of a change of address or telephone number may do so at www.socialsecurity. gov or by dialing our tollfree number, 1-800-7721213. People who are deaf or hard of hearing may call our TTY number, 1-800-325-0778.

gives everyone a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. Teams of eight to 15 people are formed from businesses, clubs, families, friends, hospitals, churches, schools, and service organizations. During the event, team members take turns walking on the track and camping out overnight. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event. And each participant is encouraged to raise at least $100 for the American Cancer Society. This year’s event will be held on Friday, August 12th. Everyone will need to be set up by 6 P.M. at the Waynesboro Sportsplex. The event will run overnight from 6 P.M. to 6 A.M. because as everyone knows cancer never sleeps. To start off the event, there will be a survivor’s ceremony at 6:30 P.M. This is an inspirational time when survivors are invited to circle the track together and help everyone celebrate the victories achieved over cancer. (Continued On Page Two)

On Friday, July 29th Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chad Pyle responded to a location at 1010 Tie Camp Rd. in Waynesboro to take a theft report. Upon arrival, Deputy Pyle met with Joe Wolf who stated that he had inherited a 2004 Red Dodge ¾ ton truck and a 2004 Wildwood Travel Camper from his Uncle Owen Oats who was deceased. Mr. Wolf stated that he was in the process of taking care of Mr. Oats’ estate as he is the Executor when the truck and camper were stolen. Mr. Wolf said that he had filled up the vehicle on Thursday, July 28th and attached the camper to leave early Friday morning. When he went outside at around 6 A.M. both the truck and the camper were gone. Deputy Pyle received information that Mr. Oats had an employee prior to his death. Mr. Oats hired him to mow his lawn and perform odd jobs around his property. This

individual was identified as Marc Alec Oliver, 26 of 104 8th Ave. in Collinwood. Both vehicles were entered into the NCIC (National Crime Information Center) as stolen. The report was given to Sgt. Investigator

(Continued On Page Two)

Lutts Among Post Offices Up For Possible Closure By U.S.P.S. On Tuesday, July 26th the U. S. Postal Service announced that they will be taking the next step in right-sizing their expansive retail network by conducting studies of approximately 3,700 retail offices to determine

Judge Holloway Hears Cases In Circuit Court Judge Robert L. Holloway, Jr. handed down the following judgments for the month of July in the Criminal/ Circuit Court of Wayne County. Shonna Renee Allison, 41, pled guilty to Sale of Schedule VI (E Felony). Allison received two years in the custody of TN Department of Corrections. This sentence is to run concurrent with a probation violation. She must pay $994.50 in court costs and $2,000 in fines. Allison received pre-trial jail credit of 57 days. Daniel Alex Bannon, 22, pled guilty to Reckless Endangerment (E Felony) and Worthless Check (A Misdemeanor). For the felony charge, he received two years in the custody of TN Department of Corrections. For the misdemeanor, Bannon received a suspended sentence of 11 months and 29 days which will be served concurrently with the other sentence. James Mason Carroll, 24, pled guilty to Aggravated Sexual Battery (B Felony). Carroll received eight years in the custody

Kenneth Martin who then began the investigation of locating Oliver and the vehicles. On Saturday, July 30th Wayne County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by Portland Police Department with a report

of TN Department of Corrections. He must have no contact with the victim and will be placed on the sexual offender registry and community supervision for life. He received a pre-trial jail credit of 211 days. Ilene G. Devers, 62, pled guilty to one count of Sale of Schedule III (D Felony). Devers was sentenced to three years in TDOC custody. This sentence is to be served concurrent with a violation of probation. She received 94 days of pre-trial jail credit. Devers was ordered to pay $2,000 in fines. Paul Eugene Devers, 65, pled guilty to one count Sale of Schedule III (D Felony). Devers was sentenced to three years in TDOC custody. The sentence is to be served concurrently with a violation of probation. Mr. Devers received 94 days of pre-trial jail credit and must also pay a $2,000 fine. Taylor Daniel Garrett, 39, pled guilty to four charges; Sale of Schedule II (C Felony), Possession of Schedule III for Resale (D Felony), Promotion of Meth Manufacture (D

customer needs. As part of this effort, the Postal Service also introduced a retail-replacement option for affected communities around the nation. According to the U.S. Postal Service, the reasons for these changes are based on the shift in customer needs. As more customers choose to conduct their postal business online, on their smart phones, and at their favorite shopping destinations, the need (Continued On Page Nineteen)

Board Of Ed Meets Thursday On Thursday, August 11th the Wayne County Board of Education will meet in a regular session meeting at 5:30 P.M. The meeting will be held in the Board Meeting Room which is downstairs in the Central Office Building located at 419 South Main Street in Waynesboro. The items on the agenda will begin with the policy review 6.200. This policy deals with student attendance. Next in Old Business, bus bids/fuel bids/contracts will be discussed. The Commissioners will need to discuss bids for fuel because they must be advertised annually. Wayne County is hoping to purchase two to three buses this school year. Following this issue are surplus items up (Continued On Page Two)

Continued On Page Three)

8/9/11 4:19:36 PM




Little Texas Set To “Kick A Little” At Horseshoe Riverbend Festival

“America’s Favorite Rockin’ Country Band,” Little Texas, will perform on the Main Street Stage at Clifton’s 29th Annual Horseshoe Riverbend Festival on Friday, September 9th at 7:15 P.M. This multiplatinum group broke down barriers for today’s country music bands with their rockin’ country

songs in the early ’90s. Little Texas was conceived in Nashville, Tennessee, by a handful of guys in their early 20s who were willing to do just about anything to bring their brand of rockin’ country to the forefront of the music industry. Before hitting the big time, the band crisscrossed America for

three years, playing every bar and honky-tonk from Myrtle Beach, S.C., to Los Angeles, CA, all the while writing songs that were destined to change the sound of modern country and perfecting a stage show that has been critically acclaimed worldwide. Their first radio release, “Some Guys Have All the Love,” became a Top-10 hit, as did their next single, “First Time for Everything.” Their second album, Big Time, truly was the big time for Little Texas. The album sold more than three million copies and generated three No. 1 singles, “What Might Have Been,” “God Blessed Texas” and “My Love”, and captured the group’s first CMT Award, a Billboard award, and a Radio & Records award. In 1994 Little Texas won an Academy of Country Music Award for “Vocal Group of the Year.” The band’s third album, Kick a Little, produced a number of hits including “Kick a Little”, “Amy’s Back in Austin”, and “Southern Grace”. Little Texas reorganized in 2004 when four of the remaining original members, Del Gray, Porter Howell, Dwayne O’Brien, and Duane Propes, re-established the group. In the summer of 2007, Little Texas returned to the airwaves, country charts and music video playlists with an album titled Missing Years. Little Texas is the Friday night Headliner for this year’s Horseshoe Riverbend Festival. The group will follow opening band, The Amazing Rhythm Aces, which has a string of their own hits such as “Third Rate Romance” and “The End is Not in Sight (The

We are pleased to announce our partnership with

Wayne County Helping Hands to provide mental health services in the Wayne county area. We are a faith-based agency and believe that good mental health is a critical component of physical wellness.

At LifeCare Family Services, we provide a complete line of mental and emotional health services, including: •Individual, Marriage and Family Therapy, •Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatric Care/Nursing, •Child & Adolescent Intensive & Therapeutic Case Management Insurances we accept: TennCare, CoverKidsTn, Americhoice, TennCare Select, and most private insurance. We DO NOT accept Amerigroup. We offer Behavioral Health Safety Net coverage for uninsured adults ages 18 and older and an income based sliding scale. LifeCare Family Services Counseling and Community Mental Health Services Appointments Must Be Scheduled Through Our Lawrenceburg Office Call 1-877-881-0359 Today!

Cowboy Tune)”. The last group of the evening takes the Main Street Stage from 9:30 P.M. – 1 A.M. Discoasis is a 70’s Dance Party Band that promises to get the audience up and moving into the early morning hours. Proceeds from the Horseshoe Riverbend Festival support the charitable projects and initiatives of the Clifton Rotary Club. The festival includes three days of live entertainment, children’s activities, a carnival, fireworks, a quilt fair, car show and a variety of other events. Bring a lawn chair and plan to spend a day or the entire weekend in Historic Clifton on the banks of the beautiful Tennessee River. You can find the latest updates and comments from past festival goers on Facebook, search for “The Horseshoe Riverbend Festival in Clifton, Tennessee” to join the group or visit www. <http://> for a complete listing of the entertainment. For even more information about this year’s festival please call Clifton City Hall at 931-676-3370. If you are interested in being a vendor for the weekend please call Denise Lineberry at 931-6762024. Hope to see you in Clifton!!!

. . .Relay For

(Continued From Page One)

Then after dark, the Luminaria Ceremony will be held at 9 P.M. to honor people who have been touched by cancer and remember loved ones lost to the disease. Candles are lit inside bags filled with sand, each one bearing the name of a person touched by cancer, and participants often walk a lap in silence. Ms. Turnbo emphasized the importance of everyone purchasing their luminaries ahead of time. These can be purchased at Wayne County Bank or Peoples Bank as well as from any team member. This is also the first year in which official Wayne County Relay For Life t-shirts will be made. They can be purchased from any team member or at Wayne County Bank or Peoples Bank.

Local area sponsors will be listed on the t-shirt. Be sure and pick one up before the big day! Shirts will also be available for sale Relay night. After the Luminaria Ceremony, there are games, activities and walking. Food will be available and there will be many fun events and activities for the kids. Also, please remember to bring your lawn chairs so that you can enjoy live music. Here is this year’s line up: 6-6:30 P.M. Marvin Morrow 7-7:30 P.M. Cringe 7:30-8:15 P.M. Cringe 8:30-9 P.M. Crooked Creek 9:30-10:30 P.M. Crooked Creek 10:45 P.M.-1 A.M. Momma Jones Band The Fight Back Ceremony is the concluding ceremony. It will be held at 6 A.M. This ceremony is where a personal commitment is made to save lives by taking up the fight against cancer. However, the event is not over. The softball tournament which begins around 10 P.M. will still be going well into Sunday. All three fields will be used in this double elimination tournament. The local Relay For Life committee includes Wonda Turnbo (Chair), Dean Stegall (Co-Chair), Elizabeth Teeftaller, Elizabeth Beckham, Tamara Whidden, Sabra Turnbo, Teresa Evans, and Stacy Worley. For more information, contact Wonda Turnbo at 722-5438 or 722-9602 or Dean Stegall at 722-8337 or visit www.relayforlife. org/waynetn to donate, register a team, join a team, buy a luminaria, or register as a survivor.

. . . Sheriff’s

(Continued From Page One)

of the stolen truck being traded in Portland, TN for a 4-wheeler that was listed on Craig’s list. The Portland Police Department stated that the Complainant identified

the person trying to trade the truck as Marc Oliver. On Monday, August 1st Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Cameron McDonald and Sgt. Kenneth Martin located Marc Oliver at a residence in Collinwood. The truck and camper were recovered off Robbins Rd. in the Brown Town area in the woods. Marc Alec Oliver was arrested and charged with Theft over $10,000 which is a Class C Felony.

. . .Board Of

(Continued From Page One)

for auction. Items considered surplus can include buses taken out of service, old computers, furniture, etc. Any item however must be declared surplus in order to be offered at auction. Last item in Old Business is the Section 125 insurance results. The board will discuss the decision made on Thursday, August 4th, in which Wayne County teachers chose what provider would manage their cafeteria plan benefits. Director of Schools Gailand Grinder will present those results. The first item in New Business involves the annual approval of volunteer coaches. Any individual, who is not an employee of the Wayne County Board of Education and wants to help coach a sport, must be approved by the board members. The last item on the agenda is the discussion of TCAP testing results released in the spring of this year. These results are for the 2010-11 school year. On overview of these results will be presented by Supervisor of Education Ricky Inman.

It Pays To Advertise - Call Diana Chambers, Sales Rep. At The Wayne County News 722-5429


. . . Judge

(Continued From Page One)

Felony), and Prohibited Weapon (E Felony). For Sale of Schedule II and Promotion of Meth Manufacture, Garrett received a three year sentence to be served in TDOC custody. He is to pay $624.50 in court costs and $2,000 in fines. For Possession of Schedule III for Resale, he received two years in TDOC custody. He was also ordered to pay $2,000 in fines. On the Prohibited Weapon sentence, Garrett received one year in TDOC custody and must forfeit the weapon to the Waynesboro Police Department. He received a pre-trial credit of 68 days. Each sentence will run concurrent. Richard Lee Griggs,

37, pled guilty to two class D felonies; Sale of Schedule III and Sale of Schedule IV. He was given a sentence of two years and six months in TDOC custody. The sentences run concurrent with each other. Griggs was ordered to pay $2,000 in fines on each count. He had a pre-trial credit of 105 days. Ricky Lee Griggs, 44, pled guilty to Sale of Schedule III and Sale of Schedule IV both D Felonies. He was sentenced to three years in TDOC custody with both counts and a General Sessions violation of probation charge running concurrently. He was also ordered to pay $2,000 in fines for both counts and court costs totaling $1,639 for both

Relay for Life August 12, 2011 COME JOIN PAUL AND TOMMY MARTIN FOR A:

Ready to serve at 6:00 P.M. Meal includes fish, hushpuppies, french fries, slaw and a drink.

Cost: $7.00 Hope to see you there!!

counts. Griggs received a pre-trial jail credit of 91 days. Donald Lee Hendershot, 43, pled guilty to one count of Initiation of Meth Manufacture (B Felony) and one count of Failure to Appear (A Misdemeanor). He was sentenced to serve eight years in TDOC custody for the Initiation of Meth Manufacture and 11 months 29 days in the county jail for the Failure to Appear conviction. These sentences are to run concurrently of each other. Hendershot was ordered to pay $974.50 for court costs and $2,000 in fines. He received 172 days in pre-trial credit. Shelia Darlene Hill, 46, pled guilty to one count of Promotion Meth Manufacture (D Felony) and one count of Delivery of Schedule II (B Felony). She was sentenced to eight years in TDOC custody for the Delivery of Schedule II conviction and four years in TDOC custody for the Promotion Meth Manufacture conviction. These sentences are to run concurrent with each other and a violation of probation. Hill was ordered to pay $2,000 in fines. She received pretrial jail credit of 136 days. James Holcombe, 39, pled guilty to Rape and Trafficking for Sexual Servitude both


B Felonies. He was sentenced to ten years in TDOC custody. These sentences run concurrent with a Kentucky and Lawrence County sentence. Holcombe will also be supervised for life following his sentences expiration. David Roy Keener, Jr., 40, pled guilty to Introduction of Contraband into Penal Facility (C Felony). He was sentenced to serve three years in TDOC custody. Keener received 50 days of pre-trial jail credit. Megan Nicole Newcomb, 19, pled guilty to Reckless Driving and Implied Consent both B Misdemeanors. She was sentenced to six months in jail suspended to probation. She was ordered to pay $350 in court costs. Newcomb will also lose her drivers license for one year. John Arlie Rich, 38, pled guilty to Introduction of Contraband into Penal Facility (C Felony). He received a sentence of three years in TDOC which will run concurrently with his present TDOC sentence. Rich received 107 days in pre-trial jail credit. Michael Faye Risner, 38, pled guilty to two counts of Sale of Schedule III (D Felony). He also pled guilty to Sale of Schedule II and Introduction of Contraband into Penal Facility (C Felonies). He was given a sentence of two years in TDOC custody for the Sale of Schedule III convictions, six years for the Sale of Schedule II, and three

years for Introduction of Contraband into a Penal Facility. The sentences will be served concurrently. Risner must pay $994.50 in court costs and $2,000 in fines for three of the four convictions. He received a pre-trial credit of 89 days. Kayla Elaine Russell, 19, pled guilty to First Offense DUI (A Misdemeanor). She received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days suspended to time served and probation. She received pre-trial jail credit of 38 days. She was ordered to pay $992 in court costs and $350 in fines. Russell will also lose her drivers license for one year. Monica April Stooksberry, 23, pled guilty to four offenses; Sale of Schedule II (C Felony), Sale of Schedule III and IV (D Felonies), and Theft (A Misdemeanor). She was sentenced to a three year sentence, two two year sentences, and an 11 month 29 day in TDOC custody. All of these are suspended to probation and to be served concurrent with

each other. Stooksberry is to pay a total of $1,639 in court costs and $2,000 in fines for three of the convictions. Stooksberry is to have no contact with the theft victim. Andrew Brady Thompson, 24, pled guilty to Assault (A Misdemeanor). He received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days in the county jail. This sentence will be suspended to probation after Thompson serves 90 days in jail. He was ordered to pay $573 in court costs and have no contact with victim. Barry Don Victory, 43, pled guilty to Violation of Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender (E Felony). He received two years in TDOC custody and was ordered to pay $498 in court costs.

No Burn Permit Required May 15 Thru Oct. 15 The Tennessee Department of Forestry has issued a notice reminding residents that there is no burning permit required between May 15th and October 15th, 2011.

Highway 13 South - Collinwood, TN

Hall Medical Clinic

A friendly reminder that

Patricia Castleman, CFNP is now seeing patients at

Wayne Medical Center, an affiliate of Maury Regional Medical Center, offers comprehensive health care services to Wayne County and the surrounding area. Wayne Medical Center provides 24-hour Emergency Department services as well as primary care and diagnostic services.

Our services include: z z z z

Diagnostic Imaging Emergency Department EMS Inpatient Services

z z z z

Laboratory Physical Therapy Respiratory Care Skilled Nursing Beds

Hall Medical Walk-In Clinic 107 J.V. Mangubat Drive Waynesboro, TN 38485 Phone: 931-722-2800

HOURS ARE: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. DR. JOE HALL, VALERIE HALL, FNPC PAULA COLE, FNPC AND KENDRA PRATER, FNPC are still seeing regular scheduled patients Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Wayne Medical Center is an affiliate of Maury Regional Medical Center 103 J. V. Mangubat Drive, Waynesboro, TN 38485 Phone 931.722.5411

WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCES With Our Walk-In Clinic, We Are Able To Better Serve The Commiunity And As Always, We Provide Quality Healthcare For The Entire Family.



James Marion Brewer

James Marion Brewer, Waynesboro, TN was born May 2, 1924 in Wayne County, Tennessee, the son of the late George and Laura Brewer. He was united in marriage to Irene Virginia Pasko on September 2, 1949 and she preceded him in death on April 12, 1997. Mr. Brewer was retired from General Motors and served in the United States Navy during WW II. He departed this life on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, Tennessee at the age of 87 Years, 3 Months. Mr. Brewer is survived by sons, Steve Brewer of Taylor, MI, Don Brewer of Romulus, MI, Joe Brewer of Lawrenceburg, TN; daughters, Laura Phillips of Leoma, TN, Mary Bishop of Lawrenceburg, TN, Debra Self of Lawrenceburg, TN; four grandsons; a sister, Freda Brewer Jones of Florence, AL; nieces and nephews. In addition to his wife and parents, Mr. Brewer was preceded in death by a daughter, Virginia Brewer; brothers, Allen Brewer, Wayne Brewer, Billy Brewer; sisters, Leona Fair, Ervie Rowden, Ann Kramer. Services were Friday, August 5, 2011 at 11:00 AM at Shackelford Funeral Home Chapel, Collinwood, Tennessee with Donnie Overton officiating. Burial was in the Cedar Grove Cemetery, Iron City, Tennessee with Shackelford Funeral Directors directing. Aug. 10-(ojb Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 10, 2011

Herman Walker Services for Herman Walker were held on Friday, August 5, 2011 at 2 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home in Waynesboro, Tennessee, with Bobby Pinckley officiating. Burial followed in Baucham Cemetery, Waynesboro. Mr. Herman departed this life on Wednesday, August 3, at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 70 Years. He was born March 21, 1941 in Waynesboro, the son of the late Guy and Mattie Monroe Walker. In addition to his parents, Mr. Walker was preceded in death by brother, L G Walker; sisters, Helen Wood Walker and Margaret (Walker) Pope. He was united in marriage to Quilla June Smith on September 8, 1961. Mr. Walker was a retired correctional officer with Wayne County Boot Camp, had worked at Dana Corporation and served his country in the United States Army. He is survived by his wife Quilla June (Smith) Walker of Waynesboro; daughters, Lisa Ann (Walker) Overton of Waynesboro and Susan Elain (Walker) McKinney of Lawrenceburg, TN; grandchildren. Erica Overton, Stefan Overton, Agenda Davis, Brittany McKinney and Tasha McKinney; two brothers, Bud Walker and A.C. Walker both of Waynesboro; and one sister, Mary Helen Reeves of Hohenwald, TN. Aug. 10-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 10, 2011

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

Kathy Marie Anderson Kathy Marie Parker Anderson was born December 28, 1956 in Hohenwald, Tennessee the daughter of the late Austin and Sarah Kathlyn Pulley Parker. She died Friday, August 5, 2011 at Wayne Medical Center in Waynesboro at the age of 54 Years. Prior to being disabled, she was employed at C.C.A. working in central control. She is survived by a son, Robert Anderson Jr. and companion Tara York; grandchild, Carsen Marie Anderson; a brother, Bill Parker and wife Sarah all of Waynesboro, TN; several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Services were held on Sunday, August 7 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home, Waynesboro in Waynesboro with Larry Janes officiating. Her remains were cremated. Aug. 10-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 10, 2011

John Robert Cruce Mr. John Robert Cruce, age 66 of Chatsworth, passed away Thursday, August 4, 2011 . John was preceded in death by his parents, John & Bessie Cruce; and brother, Kenneth Cruce. Survivors include sons and daughterin-law, Greg Cruce of Chatsworth, and John & Sarah Cruce of Kyle, TX.; daughters and sonin-law, Mary Williams, and Trinny & Jon Freeman, all of Chatsworth; brother, Allen Cruce of Woodstock, CT.; sister, Melva Cruce of Chatsworth; grandchildren, Cory Cruce, Chris Cruce, Courtney Bultman, Mitchell McClain, Heather Baldridge, Michael White, Robby White, Cecelia Freeman, Brandon Freeman, Hunter Cruce, and Hailey Cruce; seven great-grandchildren; and an uncle, Leslie Talley. A memorial Service to celebrate the life of John was held Tuesday, August 9 at 5 P.M. at the Faith Worship Center in Chatsworth with Jackie Poag officiating. A Graveside service will be held at a later date in the Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Waynesboro, TN. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the American Liver Foundation, Attn: Beth Derosa 39 Broadway Ste.2700 New York, NY 10006. or Peeples Funeral Home & Crematory of Chatsworth, GA were in charge of the funeral arrangements. Aug. 10-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 10, 2011

Mabel Gambrell Andrews Mabel Gambrell Andrews was born August 13, 1931 in Harbor View, Ohio the daughter of the late William Jackson and Maud Lee Cannon Gambrell. Mrs. Andrews died Monday, August 8, 2011 at Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital, Florence at the age of 79 Years. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband William H. Andrews who preceded her October 11, 2004; a son, James Michael Escue; two brothers, Buford Gambrell and Harry Gambrell; and two sisters, Dorothy Blalock and Geneva White. She was retired from Pinkerton Tobacco Company and a member of Underwood Baptist Church. She is survived by nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Services will be Thursday, August 11 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Chapel, Collinwood with Jerry Phillips officiating. Burial will follow in Collinwood Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be Wednesday, August 10 from 6 till 9 P.M. and Thursday, August 11 from 1 P.M. until service time at Shackelford Funeral Chapel in Collinwood. In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to: Senior Adult Ministry, Underwood Baptist Church, 5091 Highway 157, Florence, AL 35633. Aug. 10-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 10, 2011

Call Sales Rep. Diana Chambers Today 722-5429 To Place Your Business On The Church Page - $12.00 Ea. Week The Wayne County News

Wayne County Board Of Education Meeting

The Wayne County Board Of Education Will Meet In Regular Session At 5:30 P.M. On Thursday, August 11, 2011, In The Board Meeting Room At The Central Office. The Agenda Will Be As Follows:


I. Call to Order II. Moment of Silence III. Pledge of Allegiance IV. Consent Items A. Adoption of the Agenda B. Minutes of the July Meeting C. Ledger of Accounts for June V. Policy Review 6.200 VI. Old Business A. Bus bids/Fuel Bids/Contracts B. Surplus items for auction C. Section 125 insurance results VII. New Business A. Approval of volunteer coaches B. Test results 2010-11 VIII. Other

Edith Franks Moser Edith Franks Moser was born November 2, 1939 in Hardin County, Tennessee the daughter of the late Ed and Annie Belle Hurley Franks. Mrs. Moser departed this life Monday, August 8, 2011 at Wayne County Nursing Home at the age of 71 Years. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Moser was preceded in death by her husband, Robert E. (Pop) Moser; a sister, Evelyn Smith; and a brother, Enos Franks. She was formerly employed as a seamstress at Hickory Hills Manufacturing in Clifton, a homemaker, and a member of the Baptist Church. She is survived by son, Chuck Moser and wife Heather of Waynesboro, TN; three daughters, Vicky Eaton and husband Travis of Waynesboro, Kay Williams and companion Tommy Stricklin of Walnut Grove, TN, and Christy Moser and companion Donald Franks of Clifton, TN; grandchildren, Holly, Cory, Chelsey, and Robert Moser, and Abby Williams; a sister, Joyce Casteel of Savannah, TN. Services will be Wednesday, August 10 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Chapel in Waynesboro with Carroll Littrell and Jeff Davis officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10 A.M. until service time on Wednesday. Aug. 10-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 10, 2011

SUNRISE Hidden Away By David Coy Biblical history records cities of refuge that were set up to protect certain people from harm when they had committed manslaughter unawar-es and unwittingly that led to the death of someone. Sometimes we may walk about with sorrow and a heavy heart and no one knows. It is like we have built a place of refuge for our pain, protecting our hurt, because if someone found out something uncomfortable might happen, like the feelings involved with our loss. It may be that someone is carrying the pain of being bullied or of living through a divorce or maybe some secret that they feel cannot in any way share without increasing their own sorrow dramatically. There is hope, but we will need to be prepared to make some courageous choices that will change our current condition of sorrow toward healing and growth. It may be that we are holding on to and hiding our hurt because the contrast is more than

we believe we can bear. We need a release from our pain but we do not know how to accomplish this or the alternative is not an agreeable decision we are willing to commit. Ideally, we need to identify someone with whom we may confide. It is important and helpful to share our burdens as well as our joys with others. Begin by identifying your particular struggle in specific detail and where or how your pain began. Ask yourself if you are able to resolve your struggle alone or if you are willing to live with life the way it is now. Are you able or willing to change your circumstances? Finally, decide what you would like to see change and be as detailed as you possibly can. Examine each of the options available to you with their consequences. Choose the option you may best live with. Now decide what small individual steps forward you can make. Through it all lean on Jehovah. This is Sunrise.

NOTICE The Wayne County Highway Department will be closing the following roads due to bridge construction: Green River Road at the bridge in front of the Waynesboro Golf Course and Head of Green River Road north of the tie camp interesection and south of Risner Ridge Road intersection. The road closure will begin on August 22, 2011 and continue through approximately, December 1, 2011. On August 22, 2011 Kilburn Hollow Road will be reduced down to one lane to allow for construction at Radio Tower Road.


The family of Pauline Warren Pope would like to thank everyone for the kind words, food, beautiful flowers and other expressions of love we have received. We offer our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to everyone at Wayne County Nursing Home who cared for her over the years. Words are not enough to express how she felt about all of you. Also, we want to thank Dr. Hall, his staff and Tennessee Quality Hospice for being there when she needed you most and making her final days comfortable. Thanks to Ronnie Pope for the beautiful service and all the times you visited her. Thanks to Shackelford Funeral Home. You are the best.





Winners In Southern Middle TN Beauty Pageant

Most Photogenic and 3rd Alternate, Chelsey Gatlin daughter of Bob and Kelly Gatlin; 2nd Alternate, Madyson Mitchell daughter of Tommy and Rita Mitchell; Winner, Jessica Lee Parker daughter of Myers and Lisa Parker and 1st alternate, Mary Elizabeth Milam daughter of David and Sherry Byrd. Little Miss Southern Middle Tennessee: 3rd Alternate, Grace Ann Oliver; 1st Alternate, Alexis Maghielse daughter of Shane and Emily Maghielse; Winner, Bree Makell Holder daughter of Jason and Brandi Holder; 2nd Alternate, Alyssa Raelynn Gray daughter of Joe and Mauresa Gray, and Most Photogenic, Keegan Marie Burns daughter of Eric and Brandi Burns.

Miss Pre-Teen: 3rd Alternate, Jessalyn Denea McMahel daughter of Damon and Angela McMahel; 1st Alternate, Mary Kelley daughter of Stan and Jennifer Kelley; Winner, Greta Rich Brewer daughter of Jamie and Gina Brewer; 2nd Alternate, Olivia Grace Conaway daughter of Tony Conaway and Laura Odom and Most photogenic, Gwendlyan M. Hill daughter of Bill and Taya Hill. Miss Teen Southern Middle Tennessee: 1st Alternate, Allison Nicole Love, daughter of Jason and Felicia Love; Winner, Whitney Nicole Parker daughter of Myers and Lisa Parker; 2nd Alternate and Most Photogenic, Cheyenne Willis daughter of Scotty and JoAnn Willis; and 3rd Alternate, Kali Kathleen Runions daughter of Donnie and Lisa Runions.

Tiny Miss Southern Middle Tennessee: 3rd Alternate, Jacie Gayle Gilbert, daughter of Molly Wilson; 1st Alternate, Chloe Grace Mitchell daughter of Joshua and Holly Mitchell; Winner, Mari Emma Lowrance daughter of Daryl and Glenis Lowrance; Most Photogenic, Rosalee Apple Martin daughter of Greg and Sarah Beth Martin and 2nd Alternate, Caroline Kate Reeves daughter of Stan and Andrea Reeves.

Baby Miss Southern Middle Tennessee: 3rd Alternate, Carleigh LaBombard daughter of Kenneth and Jaime LaBombard; 1st Alternate, Sloan Carol Calton daughter of Thad and Kayla Calton; Winner, Presley Breanna Madine Stone daughter of James and Somer Stone; 2nd Alternate, Anna Reese Williams daughter of Jeremy and Brandy Williams and Most Photogenic, Averi Elizabeth Brown daughter of Shane and Crystal Brown.

Youth Service Sunday Night

August 14th - 6 P.M.

Baby Mr. Southern Middle Tennessee: 1st Alternate, Joshua Bentley Moser son of Josh Moser and Amanda Walker; Winner, Talmage Caysen Kelley son of Dustin and Heather Kelley; 2nd Alternate and Most Photogenic, Gavin Brooks Holder son of Jason and Brandi Holder and 3rd Alternate, Madden Gate Haggard son of Garrett and Ashlee Haggard.

Jr. Miss Southern Middle Tennessee: 3rd Alternate, Chloe Nicole Smith daughter of Tim and Amanda Smith; 1st Alternate, Rayanna Buie daughter of Jonathan and Mandy Buie; Winner, Emma Grace Hipps daughter of Bradley Hipps and Mandy McDonald; 2nd Alternate, Camryn Michelle Holder daughter of Willie and Sheila Holder and Most Photogenic, Ragan Monetta Coker daughter of Brandon Coker and Melinda Kelley.


CAMERON EATON, Guest Speaker son of Greg & B.J. Eaton

Everyone Is Invited!!!

1st Annual


Fish Float

Come In Today And Order Flowers For

Remember Decoration At

Butler Grove

(Sunday, August 21st)

And McGlamery (Sunday, September 4th)

•Tomb Pieces •Memorial Vases •Silk Baskets & More

HTD Florist Highway 13S - Collinwood 931-724-4918 Teresa Daniel, Owner

Tiny Mr Southern Middle Tennessee: 1st Alternate: Nate Greyson Lineberry son of Victor and Julie Lineberry; Winner, William Bradley Whidden son of Brandon and Tamara Whidden; 2nd Alternate, James Tucker Staggs son of Keith and Lisa Staggs; 1st Alternate, Christopher Thomas Free son of Brian and Chrissy Free (Not pictured); and Most Photogenic, Landon Carter Russell son of Natasha and Chris Russell.

Subscribe To The Wayne County News Today - Call 931-722-5429!

Waynesboro Water Recreation Center (Formerly Waynesboro City Pool)

Hours: Friday - 7 P.M.-11 P.M. Saturday - 10 A.M.-5 P.M. Sunday - 12 noon-5 P.M. 2 Slides: 172 Ft. long & 15 Ft. tall slides

Relay For Life Lock-In

August 12th ~ 7 P.M. - 7 A.M. *Basketball Tournament (3 on 3) *Movies *Play Games Prizes will be awarded! Admission - $12.00 For more info. call 722-2860

$5.00 Donation Will “Purchase” A Fish BUY YOUR FISH NOW THRU AUGUST 11TH 1st Prize $100; 2nd Prize $50; 3rd Prize $25 Winning Fish Will Be Displayed At The Duren HealthMart Booth At Relay For Life On August 12th FISH MAY BE PURCHASED AT DUREN HEALTHMART OR FROM ANY DUREN EMPLOYEE Your Fish Will Begin Floating At 7:15 P.M. On August 11th Come And Support Your Fish At The Waynesboro City Park “Thank You For Your Donation.... Your Support Saves Lives”


The Official Nominating Committee for Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative will meet August 15, 2011, at 6:00 P.M., in Savannah, Tennessee. Nominations are for Cooperative District No. 1, consisting of the inside Corporate City Limits of the City of Savannah (1 member), and Cooperative District No. 3, consisting of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Civil Districts of Hardin County (1 member). TVEC’s Annual meeting will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2011 at the Hardin County High School Auditorium in Savannah, Tennessee. Members of the Nominating Committee are: Joel “Mac” Davis Johnny Bellis Tommy Tinin Robert McCasland Brent Gobbell Jerry Coats Odell Franks

3009 Kilburn Branch Road 250 Collins Lane 3230 Tom Holt Road 11755 Highway 64 609 South Main Street 90 Shawnee Cove 465 Andrews Lane

Collinwood, TN Savannah, TN Clifton, TN Savannah, TN Waynesboro, TN Savannah, TN Savannah, TN


Society News Hall - Hill Exchange Vows

at the traditional double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jimmy and Pam Hill. She is the granddaughter of Imogene Hill and the late Everett Hill of Collinwood, TN. Mrs. Virginia Whetstone and the late Bobby Thrasher of Florence. The groom is the son of Huey J. Hall and the

late Rebecca Steel of Decatur, Alabama. He is the grandson of Joseph and Miriam Christmas and the late Talmadge and Nettie Hall, all of Cottonwood, Alabama.

Miss Jenny Lee Hill and Mr. Christopher Blake Hall were wed Saturday, June 4, 2011 in a 6 o’clock evening ceremony held in Mullins Garden, First

United Methodist Church, Florence, Alabama with the Reverend Kevin Johnson, Associate Pastor, First Baptist Church of Florence officiating

Gift Registry

It’s A Boy!!! Ramsey Solomon Beaulac Parents: Rebekah Beaulac & Phillip Beaulac Shower - Saturday, August 13th 5 P.M. Old Full Gospel House Of Praise Church Waynesboro, TN


Highway 64 East - Waynesboro - 722-5466

we Offer


We Also Imprint Napkins ~~ Balloons

Highway 64E Waynesboro 722-5466



Also, We Have New!

New Merchandise Arriving Daily! DUREN’S DRUGS Hwy. 64 East Waynesboro, TN 931-722-5466

The bride was presented for marriage by her father, while her sister Miss Molly Elizabeth Hill served as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Paige Thornton, Mrs. Emily Brown, Mrs. Brianne Terry and Mrs. Jenny Kennedy, friends and Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sisters of the bride. The bride carried a bouquet comprised of a variety of pink garden roses in memory of the groom’s mother. The groom’s father served as his son’s best man. Chad Everett Hill, brother of the bride, and friends of the groom Craig German and Brandon Vassar of Decatur, AL served as groomsman. The wedding coordinator was Ms. Rhonda Dorin and the program attendant was Miss Alle Thornton. Selections of music for the ceremony were presented by violinist, Miss Kimmi Samson of Florence. Following the ceremony, an outdoor reception was held at the Wilson Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Thornton, where the wedding guests were served a sumptuous dinner of hors d’oeuvres, salads, en trees, desserts and array of refreshing drinks all prepared by Chef Carol Graves of Sweet Basil Café in Florence. After dinner entertainment was provided by The Harvey Thompson Band. After the honeymoon trip, the couple now resides at their home in Florence.

C’wood FCA Annual Prayer Rally Aug. 14 The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will sponsor its annual “Pray the School Year In” on August 14, 2011. The event will be held at the Collinwood Middle School cafeteria at 2 P.M. All churches of the community are invited to attend this annual event to pray for the schools of Wayne County, the students, the parents, the teachers, the bus drivers, the custodians, the lunchroom workers, the maintenance people, the Board of Education members, the School Superintendent and anyone else who is involved in the schools. Please come and support

the FCA Leaders as they lead this prayer for the schools.

CSCC Clifton To Offer A.A. Business Mgmt.

Columbia State Community College will begin an Accelerated Associate’s in Business Management degree program at its Clifton campus this fall. The program is designed in a convenient format with classes meeting one night per week. Students can finish degree requirements in as few as five semesters. Columbia State’s Associate of Applied Science in Business Management degree is designed to develop ethical business leaders through education that is based on both fundamental business concepts and applied experiences. Students will be better prepared to handle a variety of communications and administrative responsibilities, including information technology, human resources, customer service, and business ethics. “Students can earn an associate’s degree in as little as 18 months,” said Stephen Milligan, Columbia State’s Clifton Campus Director. “This option is designed specifically for students who need to juggle family, a job and school. It will allow students the opportunity to finish quickly while still maintaining other responsibilities.” The program is designed to increase students’ marketability in the job search process or increase their effectiveness and opportunity for promotion in their current positions. Skills obtained in this program could be applied in a variety of settings, including retail, office, hospitality, and operations management, as well as sales and customer service. It is specifically designed for the student who plans to enter the workforce after graduation. For additional information about the Accelerated Associate’s in Business Management degree program offered through Columbia State’s Clifton Campus, visit bustech or call 931-6766966 or toll free 888346-6581.

The Wayne County News

Gobbell - Dunham Are Wed

Robert Earl Gobble and Aimee Elizabeth Dunham were united in marriage on July 28th at Wayne Medical Center EMS with Greg Eaton performing the ceremony. The Groom is the son of Wendell and Violet Gobble of Waynesboro. He is the grandson of Harvey Earl Martin and Patricia Carter of Collinwood and Aileen and the late Milford Gobble of Waynesboro. Robert is a 2004 Graduate of Wayne County High School and is employed as an EMT-IV at Wayne Medical Center EMS. The Bride is the daughter of Herbert and Carol Dunham, of E. Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She is the granddaughter of Anthony and Dorothy Longo, of Weymouth, Massachusetts and the late Robert and Mary Dunham of Quincy, Massachusetts. Aimee is a 1997 graduate of East Bridgewater High School and employed as an EMT-IV at Wayne Medical Center EMS. Aug. 10, 2011-P.

Call Diana Chambers, Sales Rep. At 722-5429 To Schedule Your Advertising In The Wayne County News!!!

Attention Collinwood High School Class of 1981 and Classmates Our 30th Class Reunion is scheduled for Saturday, September 24, 2011 at the Marriott Conference Center in Florence, AL. Please register by August 19th by contacting Jerri Ann Wooten at 931-7223676, Barton Harper at 256-783-4296, Email Susan Cook Calton at or Snail mail to CHS Class of 1981, P.O. Box 1057, Waynesboro, TN 38485. Search for “Collinwood High School 1981 30th Year Reunion” on Facebook.



August 22-23 Little Miss, Junior and Tiny Tot Revue Miss Fairest of the Fair Monday, August 22

Tuesday, August 23

6:00 p.m.

6:30 P.M.

(Ages 0-7 Years)

(Ages 8–11, 12–15 & 16–20) OPEN TO ALL COUNTIES

Registration Fee $25 After August 20th - $30 Pre-Registration Saturday, August 20th - 2:00 – 4:00 Memorial Park, Hohenwald

Miss Winner $500 cash plus trip to State Pageant Junior Winner - $100 Cash Little Miss - $50 Cash

Registration Fee - $30 Pageant Directors After August 20 - $35 Tammy Brown and Christie Kelsey Pre-Registration by Mail Contact Information – Or in Person Sat., Aug. 20th - 2:00 – 4:00 628-0385 or 796-7837 Memorial Park, Hohenwald NO ENTRIES AFTER 6 p.m. Pageant Director – Tracie Lomax on August 22nd Contact numbers 209-5456; 589-5423; 796-2277 ★ For More Information, Find us on Facebook – Contact Pageant Directors ★ South Central Area Fairest of the Fair


Celebrate 50 Years Together

Decoration Homecoming Cole Cemetery Sunday, Aug. 14 Sunday, Aug. 14 Bethel Grove Decoration at Cole Cemetery, near the Natchez Trace Parkway, will be held on Sunday, August 14th. Roger Creecy will be preaching in the morning. A basket lunch will be served at noon. Singing will be enjoyed in the afternoon featuring the Glory Road singers, Redeemed Singers and others. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Revival Be Held Aug. 14-19 At Shawnettee

Jasper and Carolyn Brewer of Collinwood have returned from a cruise where they celebrated their fifty years together. They were married on July 12, 1961. Aug. 10, 2011-P.

Who a strike? Oh No, say it is not so, Not the big 40. Gutters from here! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS

Revival services will be held August 14 through 19 at the Shawnettee United Methodist Church. Services will begin at 6 P.M. on Sunday and 7 P.M. Monday through Friday. Billy Beal will be preaching on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday night, Bill Johnson will preach on Wednesday night, Marvin Champion on Thursday night and Tommy Flood will be preaching on Friday night. Bo Johnson, host pastor along with the congregation invite everyone to attend.

Youth Sunday August 14 At Fairview FWB A Youth service will be held Sunday night, August 14th at 6 P.M. at the Fairview Free Will Baptist Church. Cameron Eaton, son of Greg and BJ Eaton will be the guest speaker. The youth of the church will be performing. Everyone is invited to attend.

Calling All Cooks... The Wayne County News

Wants Your Recipes For Its Third Annual...

Homecoming will be observed at the Bethel Grove Church on Sunday, August 14. The morning worship will be followed with lunch at noon. Singing will be enjoyed in the afternoon at 1:30 P.M. featuring The Caltons. For more information, please call 256-7667949.

Former Pastor Publishes Book “Just A Moment” Dr. Ivan Raley, former pastor at Green River Baptist Church, has published a book of 77 of his stories entitled “Just A Moment”. Dr. Raley, who studied at Union University, has worked at the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes and currently resides in Byrdstown, TN. For more information on this new publication by Dr. Raley go to or call 888-794-4274 Ext. 7879.

Revival Be Held Aug. 21-26 At Piney Grove Revival services will be held at Piney Grove FWB Church in the Cypress Inn Community, August 21 through 26. Services will begin at 6 P.M. on Sunday and 7 P.M. Monday through Friday. Evangelist will be Shane Evitts from Corinth, MS. Greg Eaton, pastor, along with the congregation extends a warm welcome to everyone.

Homecoming Sunday, Aug. 14 Houston Baptist Homecoming will be observed at the Houston Baptist Church this Sunday, August 14th. Services will begin at 10 A.M. Guest speaker will be Lawrence Steiner. Lunch will be served following the morning service. An afternoon of singing will feature the Holt Family from Hardin County. Carroll Littrell, Pastor welcomes everyone to attend.

To Schedule Your Advertising Call 722-5429 And Speak To Diana Chambers, Sales Rep.

Shawnettee UMW Hosts Annual Supper/Singing

Shawnettee United Methodist Women will host their annual hamburger and ice cream supper and singing Saturday, August 13 at Shawnettee Methodist Church. Supper will be served beginning at 4 P.M. with the singing to follow at 6. Featured singers will be The Caltons. Donations will be accepted for the meal. Everyone is invited to attend.

Guest Of W’boro Rotary

The Waynesboro Rotary Club meet for their regular meeting Tuesday, August 2. Pictured are Rotary member and Waynesboro City Manager John Hickman and Miss Chassity Martin. Miss Martin was Mr. Hickman’s guest at the meeting. Chassity spoke about her recent trip to Washington, DC for winning the TVEC and Youth Leadership essay contest.

2011 Miss Horseshoe Riverbend Pageant Sponsored By: Clifton Rotary Club

August 25-26, FHS Gymnasium “Official Entry Form” •In Order As They Will Appear: Thursday, Aug. 25th - 6:30 “Formal Wear” •Jr. Miss (7-9) •Miss Pre-Teen (10-12) •Miss Teen (13-15) •Miss Horseshoe Riverbend (16-21) Scholarship Awarded To Winner •In Order As They Will Appear: Friday, Aug. 26th 6:30 “Sunday Best” •Baby Miss (6 Mo. - 18 Mo.) •Baby Mr. (6 Mo. - 18 Mo.) •Tiny Miss (19 Mo. - 2) •Tiny Mr. (19 Mo. - 3) •Petite Miss (3-4) •Little Miss (5-6) •The Miss Horseshoe Riverbend Pageant will be held at the Frank Hughes Gymnasium In Clifton. •Entry fee is $20, with optional photogenic $5. All photogenic pictures are to be turned in the day of the pageant, snapshots, 5x7 and 8X10 size photos are accepted. No frames please. •Contestants in the Miss Divison (16-21), will be asked to announce themselves on stage at the beginning of their pageant. •Photographers will be available. *All entry forms should be mailed to Miss Horseshoe Riverbend, P.O. Box 88, Clifton, Tn 38425. For questions please contact Lynze 731412-7781 or Callie at 931-722-0912.

Contestant # ________________ Name: ____________________________________________ D.O.B. __________________________Age______________ Address: __________________________________________ Contact #: _________________________________________ Parent’s Name: _____________________________________ Eye Color: _________________Hair Color: ______________ Hobbies: __________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Future Plans/When I Grow Up...________________________ __________________________________________________ Personnel Only: Contestant # ___________ Photogenic _____ Paid Cash/Check _________ Division ___________________________________Place _________________




MAIL TO: DEADLINE: The Wayne County News August 23rd P.O. Bo 156 5 P.M. Waynesboro, TN 38485 Or Drop By The News Office At 119 East Hollis Street - Waynesboro


6 Month Braces for Adults BOEGPSBMJNJUFEUJNF

1/2 OFF Teeth Whitening

Sports News


The Wayne County News

2011 Wayne County High School Girls Soccer Schedule Thurs. Aug. 11: WCHS @ Lawrence Co 6:30 P.M. (Scrimmage) Mon. Aug. 15: WCHS @ Giles Co 6 P.M. (Scrimmage) *Tues. Aug. 23: Fairview @ WCHS 6 P.M. *Thurs. Aug. 25: Giles Co @ WCHS 6.P.M. *Mon. Aug. 29: WCHS @ Culleoka 5:30 P.M. *Thurs. Sept. 1: Columbia Acad @ WCHS 5:30 P.M. Tues. Sept. 6: Waverly Central @ WCHS 5:30 P.M. Thurs. Sept. 8: Loretto @ WCHS 5 P.M. Mon. Sept. 12: Lawrence Co @ WCHS 5 P.M. Tues. Sept. 13: Richland @ WCHS 5 P.M. *Mon. Sept. 19: WCHS @ Hickman Co. 5:30 *Tues. Sept. 20: WCHS @ Richland 5:30 Tues. Sept. 27: WCHS @ Cornersville tentative; time TBD Thurs. Sept. 29: Adamsville @ WCHS 4:30 P.M. Mon. Oct. 3: WCHS @ Marshall Co 4:30 P.M. *Tues. Oct. 4: WCHS @ Loretto 4:30 P.M. *Thurs. Oct. 6: WCHS @ East Hickman 5:30 P.M. *Tues. Oct. 11: WCHS @ Spring Hill 5 P.M. Thurs. Oct. 13: Dist. tournament play-in round: 8 vs 9 at 8’s field; 7 vs 10 at 7’s field Mon. Oct 17: Round of 8 at higher seed Tues. Oct 18: Semi-finals at Giles Co. Thurs. Oct 20: Finals at Giles Co. “*” Indicates District Game

Immunizations Protect Children And Help Schools Remain Healthy By Kelly Moore, MD Tennessee Department Of Health

Believe it or not, it’s already back to school time in Tennessee. An important part of all parents’ preparation is making sure children’s shot records are up to date. Children entering

Kindergarten and 7th grade must get certain immunizations to attend classes, and the shots’ record has to be an official state immunization certificate. Immunization certificates can be

Collinwood Church of God 4 Person Golf Scramble at Waynesboro Municipal Golf Course Saturday, August 20, 2011 Entry Fee: $50.00 per person or $200.00 per team of 4 Cart and Lunch included! Equal CASH prizes in each flight. Number of flights depends on entries. Prizes also given for Closest to Pin and for Longest Drive. Mulligans - $5.00 each Starting times: 8 A.M. and 1 P.M. Deadling for entries is August 12, 2011 by 5 P.M. Contact: David Edwards 931-722-3948 or Kristy Berry 931-332-2027 for more information

Kelly Moore

completed by a licensed Tennessee physician, advanced practice nurse, physician assistant or the local health department. In 2010, the Tennessee Department of Health introduced a new immunization certificate and updated requirements for the first time in a decade. These changes brought Tennessee’s requirements current and replaced four different forms with a single, multipurpose certificate usable for childcare, preschool, and school age children. Why does a child need to be immunized? Vaccines protect the vaccinated child and those who cannot be vaccinated. Students who are not immunized because of certain medical conditions or religious convictions rely on the protection of their classmates to shield them from these serious diseases. Vaccines required for school attendance are selected from among the vaccines recommended for all children to protect against serious diseases a child could encounter in a school or child care center.

When does a child need an immunization certificate? The youngest are children enrolled in child care centers or preschool. Generally, infants and toddlers have to be up to date on immunizations when they enroll. All children 18 months and older must have all the vaccinations needed for child care or preschool. All new Kindergarten students and students new to Tennessee schools in other grades need one to enroll in school for the first time. When students transfer schools in Tennessee, the certificate follows in their student files. All students about to start 7th grade also need a new immunization certificate because one new vaccine is required for them: Tdap. This tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis booster can prevent the spread of the very contagious cough illness, pertussis, after the vaccines of early childhood have worn off. New 7th graders also need a review of their immunity to chickenpox. These students must have had chickenpox illness or have had two doses of vaccine against it, since we now know some children are not protected by just one dose. New full-time college students also must meet state immunization requirements, though they don’t have to use the official state certificate.

Hardin County Fair 2011 September 5th - 10th Proudly promotes the

WOW!!! 39 Pound Cantaloupe

Jimmy McGee and his grandson Sid are pictured here with a 39 pound cantaloupe which they grew in their melon patch on Second Creek on the lower end of Wayne County. When they planted their seeds they prayed “for a good harvest and keep on hoeing”. Aug. 10, 2011-P.

The requirements are intended to protect young adults from diseases that spread through the air in classrooms or dorms. Those born after 1956 must have had two doses of measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, and those born after 1979 must now provide their school with documentation of immunity to chickenpox – either a history of the disease or two doses of vaccine. If your kids need an immunization certificate, consider it a good

excuse for scheduling a comprehensive well child exam at the same time. Many older children, especially preteens and teens, miss out on complete annual physicals during those critical years. These exams are covered by TennCare and most insurance programs. In this way, you can give your student a great start toward a healthy and productive school year. You can visit our website at for more information.

Demolition Derby Demolition Derby sponsored by sponsored by

Raceway Auto & Truck Parts Raceway Auto & Truck Parts 5350 Hwy. 226 •

731-925-8000 • Savannah

Entry/rules forms may be picked up at Raceway Auto & Truck Parts, may be mailed or faxed.

8th Annual Subcompact 4-Cylinder Engine Derby Friday, September 9 • 7:30 p.m. First Prize - $650.00

9th Annual FULL-SIZE DERBY Saturday, September 10 • 7:30 p.m. First Prize - $1,000.00

Drivers should arrive by 6:30 p.m. for both races.

Wayne County Soccer Registration

Saturday, August 13, 2011 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. at the

Waynesboro Sportsplex Soccer Field Contact: LaDonna Edwards 722-5774

MULE PULL Tues., August 23 • 7:00 p.m.


$20 CLASSES: 1500-2000 lbs.

per team to pull

2001-2300 lbs. 2301-2600 lbs. First place in each class will win $175 Second place in each class will win $100

Weigh in ? 5:00

Third place in each class will win $75 Fourth place in each class will win $50

For information, call Jeff James 931-628-1778, Home 931-796-7107


Always Patsy Cline Favorite Of Peoples Bank VItoP Club For the third time since 2003, Peoples Bank VItoP Club chose to return to the Ryman Auditorium to see Mandy Barnett portraying Patsy Cline in a superb production of a true story. The coach was full from front to back and included people who were returning for the second & third time. A game about familiar sayings netted a prize for Clayton Williams who was on a VItoP trip for the first time with his friend, Virginia Leitschuh. Others on their first VItoP trip were Collie & Mary Maddox who were keeping up with the Waynesboro Softball team at the state tournament and relaying their wins that day. Dinner was at the new location of Puckett’s Grocery on Church Street in Nashville. When the motorcoach arrived, the staff was ready with a customized menu at each place listing the entrées, sides and dessert choices. Raving about the fried chicken were Patsy Fall and Dixie Cutting while Dixie’s husband, Dick, and Catherine Ross, Peoples Bank hostess, tried the spicy Blackened Catfish. The other entrée was pulled pork that Mildred Stephenson and Bobby Stephenson found to be an excellent choice. Choosing a dessert from the list of four was difficult: Travis Butler went with the cherry cobbler while his wife, Sara, pronounced the pecan pie delicious. Bill Free, Revone Clark, Sara Misner and Betty DeBerry liked the friendly atmosphere as well as the good food. A gentle breeze was stirring to alleviate the heat as the group walked the block to the historic Ryman Auditorium. As the doors opened, the gift shop filled and Vickie Lineberry, Peoples Bank hostess, added a T-shirt to her collection proclaiming “2 legends back together-Patsy Cline & the Ryman”. Norma Thompson with sisters, Cathi Barton and Esther Sutton and brother-in-law Ken Sutton, observed the life-size bronze casting of Roy Acuff and Minnie Pearl at the foot of the grand staircase. The auditorium still has the church style pews that allude to its original use as the Union Gospel Tabernacle in 1892 and its current designation as the “Mother Church of Country Music”. Seating for the Peoples Bank group was in the front rows of the center section. Pauline Johnson was seated with Clara Sue Johnson and her daughters, Jo Nell Montgomery, Susan Wortham, and Rosemary Loftin. They were surprised to find that the gentleman seated in front of them was the father of Mandy Barnett, who plays the part of Patsy Cline in the show. He was telling them that she would be performing in Switzerland in August. Mandy as Patsy Cline opened the show with Honkey Tonk Merry Go Round which brought

enthusiastic applause from the audience. The production is based on the true story of a friendship that began with Patsy meeting a loyal fan at an appearance in Texas. Their exchange of letters until Patsy’s death is described in a hilarious fashion by Tere Myers who plays Louise, the friend. She kept the crowd laughing with her antics and witty remarks and was the hit of the show for Glenda Davis. Glenda’s husband Milas. a true 50s music fan, took a stroll down memory lane with Patsy’s hit songs, Walkin’ After Midnight, Your Cheatin’ Heart and I Fall to Pieces. Another crowd pleaser and a favorite of Barbara Foley and Judy Williams was Patsy’s rendition of Willie Nelson’s Crazy; Martha Mitchener, Bonnie Garner, and Kathleen Godwin, making a return visit to the show, liked the whole the repertoire, featuring a variety of favorites from Shake Rattle & Roll to Just a Closer Walk. Enjoying this entertaining performance for the first time were Helen Alexander, Katie Ruth Hinton, Janey Edwards, and Dot Richter. At one point Louise came into the audience and stopped to make a comical comment to Glen & Carol Kelso. She also chose a man from the audience to dance with. Larry Blackwelder with his wife Elouise, and Jerry Durham with wife Judy were relieved that they were not the chosen ones. The Blackwelder’s daughter, Amy and her husband, Mark Garrison, accompanied this family group. The ride home was enhanced with the showing of a DVD about Patsy Cline’s life that Bliss Garcia had purchased in the gift shop. Betty Martin, Deb Staggs, Rubye and Donna Knight found the original footage of Patsy and other well-known musicians of the 50s an interesting footnote to the evening. Wanda Dickson, whose friends Randa Brasher and Patsy Moore had encouraged her to join them on their second time to see the show, won the drawing for a Mandy Barnett/Patsy Cline CD. An evening at Always Patsy Cline left the Peoples Bank group with laughter and music in their hearts

Spl. Services August 12-14 W’boro Church Waynesboro Church of God will conduct special services entitled “Experience An Awakening” August 12 through 14, 2011. Services will be held at 7 P.M. on Friday and Saturday nights. Sunday morning service will begin at 10 A.M. and the Sunday night service will begin at 6 P.M. Special music will also be enjoyed. Everyone is invited to attend.

Road Supt. Announces Road Closures

Road closures in Wayne County will begin at the end of August. The following roads will be closed due to bridge construction: Green River Rd. at the bridge in front of the Waynesboro Golf Course and head of Green River Rd. north of the tie camp intersection and south of Risner Ridge Rd. intersection. On Monday, August 22nd, Kilburn Hollow Rd. will be reduced down to one lane to allow for construction at Radio Tower Rd. The road closures will begin on Monday, August 22nd and continue through approximately Tuesday, December 1st. Please plan ahead and have alternate routes for destinations affected by this construction. For questions or concerns, contact Wayne County Highway Department at 931-7225556.

TN Career Ctr. Partners Training Fairs

Are you unemployed, just graduated from high school, or working but want a new career? The Tennessee Career Center and the Workforce Development & Conference Center at Northfield are partnering to host two “Training Fairs” for the general public. Tuesday, August 16th from 9:00am – Noon at the TN Career Center – Columbia Northway Shopping Center, 119 Nashville Highway, Columbia . Thursday, August 18th from 9:00am – Noon at the Workforce Development & Conference Center at NORTHFIELD - Spring Hill100 Saturn Parkway, Spring Hill. Several colleges, technology schools, and

universities from the area will be on hand to speak with individuals about specific programs, where they will be held and the institutions themselves. For more information about the Training Fair call 931-375-4210. South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, age, mental or physical activity, veteran status or national origin in educational and employment opportunities. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. WIA/LWIA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Any inquiries and/or complaints should be directed to the Equal Opportunity Officer, South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance, #8 Public Square, 2nd Floor, Columbia, TN 38401. Funding is provided under an agreement with the Tennessee Department

of Labor and Workforce Development.

WCHS Class of 1971 “40” Year Reunion September 3, 2011 Bradley’s Restaurant Waynesboro, TN Lordy, Lordy, look who’s “40”

Happy Birthday Phil!!

We love you, Amanda, Dylan, Tyler, Jacquelyn & Waylon



USDA Grade A Family Pak Fresh Split

Chicken Breast

2 Liter

Pepsi & Pepsi Products


¢ Lb.

4/ 6 $

6 Pack - 1/2 Liter

Pepsi & Pepsi Products

4/ 12 $


$ 48 10 Oz. Pkg.

Wamplers Sausage Patties


$ 89

1 Lb. Pkg.

Oscar Mayer Wieners

4/ 6 $


Wess Vegetab


$ 4 1 Lb. Bo

Zest Cracke




12 Oz. Pkg. Reg. & Thick Sliced

Bryan Bologna

4/ 6 $

Shop With Us At LongGreen Supersaver


Kool-Aid Drink Mix


$ 18


2/ 5 $

6 Pack


$ 98 Ea.

Kool-Aid Burst




August 10-16, 2011

6 Pack - 1/2 Liter

Pepsi & Pepsi Products

Oz. Pkg.

mplers usage atties



4/ 12 $

11.5 Oz. Bag

All Varieties Doritos

2/ 5 $

1 Lb. Pkg.

Oscar Mayer Wieners

4/ 6 $


Wesson Vegetable Oil


$ 48 1 Lb. Box

Zesta Crackers

General Meals Cereals

2/ 4 $

2/ 4

12 Oz. Pkg. Reg. & Thick Sliced


Bryan Bologna

4/ 6 $

All Varieties Pillsbury

2/ 9 $


Kool-Aid Drink Mix

2/ 5 $

6 Pack

Kool-Aid Burst



Pillsbury Cookies


$ 28 45 Oz. Tub

Blue Bonnet Margarine


$ 88

Toaster Strudel

2/ 4 $


USDA Inspected Family Pack Fresh August 10-16, 2011

1.5 Oz. Bag

All Varieties Doritos

2/ 5 $


12 Oz. Cans - 12 Pack



$ 98 Lb.


$ 99 48

4 Qt. Pail

Turner Ice Cream


$ 99 12 Ct. Box

General Meals Cereals

Turner Ice Cream Sandwiches


$ 99


2/ 4

2/ 9 $

Toaster Strudel

2/ 4 $


$ 18

$ 68


All Varieties Pillsbury

Chex Snack Mix

2/ 4 $

2/$$44 2/

Pillsbury Cookies


$ 28 Blue Bonnet Margarine


$ 88

1 $ 00 1

$ 00

45 Oz. Tub

2/ 6 $


CLASSIFIEDS Browning A Bolt Rifle 300 WSM with 4x12 Leupold Scope; Two Hopkins and Allen Pistols, 38 Rim Fire and 32 Rim Fire, 1875 and 1879; Western Field 410 Ga. Bolt Action Shot Gun; 7963713, Cell 931-215-4290. Aug. 10-17-P. Huskee Garden Tractor, 23 HP Motor, 46 Inch Cutting Deck. Call 722-9436 After 4 o’clock. Aug. 10-P. Gems and Junk Furniture, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers, Antiques, Collectibles, 307 Hwy. 13 South, Collinwood. 724-6072. Aug. 3-tf-(ojb) FOR SALE: Used Appliances, Washers, Dryers, Stoves, Refrigerators, At Linden Repair, 228 West Main, Linden, 931-589-2044. July 15-tf-(ojb) Mahindra Tractors & Implements, Full Line of Vermeer Hay Equipment. D&C Hay Equipment, LLC, Hwy. 117, 4 Miles South of Adamsville, (731) 632-3608. Feb. 9-tf-(ojb) MIDDLE TENNESSEE FENCE. All Types of Fences Professionally Installed. Chainlink, Farm, Plank, Vinyl. 931-703-5239, 931363-5239. June 1-tf-(ojb) 26.81 Acres, More or Less, $45,000.00, OBO, 48 Creek Area, Waynesboro, 931-7229030. July 6-13-20-27-Aug. 3-1017-24-31-P. FOR SALE: 16x80 Mobile Home on 1.5 Acres, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Storage Building Also, Waynesboro, 722-8474. July 13-tf-(ojb) 88+ Ac. With 2 Ponds, 83 Ac. Of Pasture That Was Cut For Hay. Deer, Turkey, and Hogs. Collinwood, TN By Natchez Trace Off Hwy 13, 931-7660991. July 20-27-Aug. 3-10-P. FOR SALE: General Electric Upright Freezer, 722-3866. If No Answer Leave Message. Aug. 10-P.


Do you need someone to house sit while you’re away? If so, please call Debby Pierce Frazier at 7225263. If no answer, leave message.

1985 Dodge 1500 Shortbed, 4 Speed Manual, $1,800.00; 16’ Steel Car Hauler With Ramps, $1,800.00; 4 - 16” 10 Ply Tires on 6 Lug Rims, $600.00; Ford 1500 Tractor With Mower Deck, Runs, $2,300.00. Call Bear For More Info., 931-722-7389. July 20-27-Aug. 3-10-P. FOR SALE: Barn Lumber, Buy 1 and Get 1 “Free”, 7223658. July 27-tf-(ojb) FOR SALE: 1999, 37’ Allegro Freightliner Diesel Motorhome, 48,000 Mi., CAT Rear Engine, Generator, Inverter-Charger, Jake Brake, New Tires, Fully Loaded, $50,000.00, OBO. Call 931-724-9506. Aug. 3-tf-(ojb) CKC Puppies, Pomeranian, Shih Tzu, Poodles, Chihuahua, and Yorkies, 676-3941. Aug. 3-10-P. NH 256 Hay Rake, 10 Wheel, V Rake, Co-op Brand; Hay FOR SALE: 4x5 Rolls, 7223561 Home, 722-4141 Cell. Aug. 3-10-17-P. Church Pews and 1 Altar FOR SALE: 17 Pews are 12 Feet Long, 1 is 10 Feet, and 1 is 8 Feet. If Interested Call 931-724-9045 or 931-7244451. Aug. 3-10-(ojb)

FOR SALE: 2-FourWheelers, Honda Recon 05, $2,500.00 For Both, or $1,500.00 Each; 931-724-6281. Aug. 10-P.

Tear-Offs & Minor Repairs

Install Vents

Jerry Hunt 722-3585 (H) 722-0207 (C) “All Work Guaranteed”

FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Apartment, CH/A, Most Utilities Furnished, $375.00, 722-9699. June 1-tf-(ojb)

Got Land? Our Home. Your Deed. Down! Turn Key Program – We do it all. Call Today 931-381-2028. Aug. 10-17-(ojb) FOR SALE: 2005 Ford Taurus, Tan, 116,000 Miles, 6 Cyl., Good Condition. Call 931-676-3905. Aug. 10-P.

FOR RENT: 1 Bd., 1 Ba. Apartment NearWaynesboro, $100.00 Per Week and We Pay Your Utilities. 722-8145. July 13-tf-(ojb)

GROCERY STORE & FOOD Service Equipment Auction Sat Sept. 10th @ 10AM 567 S Lowery St Smyrna, TN. 12% Buyers premium 2% cash discount see complete terms & pictures at or ID1680, Mark Taylor Auctioneer TN 5525/TN FIRM 4640, 618889-6899. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Apartment, $375.00 Month, Hwy. 13 South, 256-6271409. July 13-tf-(ojb)

PATENTED HAPPY JACK(R) Flea Beacon TM: Control fleas in the home without toxic chemicals. Results overnight! Available at your local Farmers Coop ( & (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

FOR RENT: 2 / 3 Bedroom Brick, Formal Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Den Combo, Utility Room, Carport and 2 Room Outbuilding, $425.00 Month, Available August 1st, No Smoking. NO PETS. Waynesboro, 722-5908, 7223231. July 27-Aug. 31-(ojb) House FOR RENT: With A Month to Month Lease, 2 Bedroom, 1½ Baths, On a Private Lot, $450.00 Month, $500.00 Security Deposit, 931-213-1499. Aug. 3-10-MCI



*Tree Service *Stump Grinding Free Estimates! Fully Insured! Lawrenceburg, TN

1998 Kawasaki 300 4-Wheeler 4x4, 931-724-9461. Aug. 10-P.

Metal - Shingle or Rubber Roof

FOR RENT: Clifton Motel, 1 Bedroom Efficiency Apartment, All Furnished, With Wi-Fi, Television. Call 931-676-3616. Apr. 13-tf-(ojb)

Trailers FOR RENT: Natchez Trace Village Mobile Home Park, $250.00 Deposit, $300.00 Month, 2 and 3 Bedroom, 931-722-9255 or 931-306-3554. July 13-tf-(ojb)

Bus Camper, $1,700.00; 2001 Pontiac Grand AM $2,200.00; 16 Foot Stock Trailer, $1,800.00; Leather Saddle, 16 Inch, $250.00; 931-332-2433. Aug. 10-P.

Jerry Hunt’s Roofing

Office Space Available At Hurricane Plaza, (Next to Hurricane Inn). Call For More Information! Ask For Jeff!! 931-722-5579. Nov. 25-tf-(ojb)

(931) 231-9916

PRESSURE WASHING Vinyl Siding - Brick - Decks Concrete Drives Painting Inside And Outside For Free Estimates Call Dusty Chambers: 724-5717 or 931-306-3179

G&G Construction


Rent no more! Home ownership program in your area $1,000 Shopping Spree Call For Details. Call 931381-2028. Aug. 10-17-(ojb) FOR RENT: Nice, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Trailer. No Inside Pet. $300.00 Deposit, $80.00 Week, 332-4672, 7223247. Aug. 10-P. House FOR RENT In Deerfield: 3 Bedrooms, Large Bathroom, Enclosed Garage With Fireplace, About 2,000 Sq. Ft. In All , Plus Large Deck and 12x24 Outbuilding, $600.00 Month. References. 931-201-1971. Aug. 10-P. FOR RENT: 14x70 Mobile Home, Fully Furnished, $275.00 Month, $300.00 Deposit, or FOR SALE For $2,500.00, Has To Be Moved; 931-724-6281. Aug. 10-P. FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Trailer, On Hog Creek Road, 722-8202. Aug. 10-(ojb) FOR RENT: 40x48 Storage Bld., All or Part, 931-7224983. Aug. 10-tf-(ojb) FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom Mobile Home, Refinished. $100.00 Per Week; Includes: Water, Sewer, and Garbage; 931-213-0041. Aug. 10-tf-(ojb) FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Mobile Home, Refinished. $85.00 Per Week; Includes: Water, Sewer, and Garbage; 931-213-0041. Aug. 10-tf-(ojb)

I Want To Buy Goats, Chickens, and Guineas, 931427-8477. Aug. 3-10-17-24-(ojb) NOW HIRING: Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info. 1-985-646-1700 DEPT. TN172. Aug. 3-10-2011-P.-(ojb) WANTED: 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Mobile Home, 931-7228213. Aug. 10-P. Mesilla Valley Transportation. Paying 4K Sign on Bonus to Teams Only. Company Paid Driver Health Insurance. 6-7K OTR Miles per Week. Class A CDL Required. Call 888-637-4552. Aug. 10-P.

Mobile Home Park Manager: Miscellaneous Duties Including: Bookkeeping, Computer Skills, Cleaning and Light Maintenance. Background Check and Drug Screening. Applications Available at Tennessee Career Center, See Virginia at 211B Dexter L. Woods Blvd. Aug. 10-tf-(ojb) Part-Time Maintenance For Mobile Home Park. Miscellaneous Duties Including Repairs and Lawn Maintenance. Background check and Drug Screening. Applications Available at Tennessee Career Center, See Virginia at 211B Dexter L. Woods Blvd. Aug. 10-tf-(ojb) SAMARITANS’ PURSE, E VA N G E L I C A L MINISTRY, seeking Chef for dining facility at international headquarters. Requires professional food service/ chef training (minimum 5 years experience). M-F, 7am3:30pm. Salary/benefits. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps PAID DRIVER TRAINING! REFRESHER Course available for Regional Truck Drivers. Earn 35 to 37 cpm afterwards! Home Every Week. Nice Trucks, Great Benefits. Visit EOE. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps FLATBED DRIVERS NEW PAY Scale- Start @ .37cpm Up to .04cpm Mileage Bonus Home Weekends Insurance & 401K Apply @ Boydandsons. com 800-648-9915. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps DRIVERS WEEKLY HOMETIME FOR most lanes. Up to 42cpm! Daily or weekly pay. No forced dispatch to NYC or Canada. CDL-A, 3 months recent experience. 800-414-9569. w w w. d r i v e k n i g h t . c o m . (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

HUNT BROTHERS *Shingle Roofs *Metal Roofs *Rubber Roofs *Minor Repairs

For Free Estimates

Call: Aaron Hunt


“All Work Guaranteed”


Adjoining Buildings on Public Square -Waynesboro, TN Available Separately or Combined


*Approximately 3,700 total sq. feet, 2,800 sq. ft. on lower floor (1,400 in front and 1,400 in rear of building), 900 sq. ft. upstairs storage, $400/month rent, annual lease and deposit required


*1,456 sq. feet on lower floor, $300/month rent, annul lease and deposit required Adjacent Parking Lot for Tenants and Customers

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

ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION Residential - Commercial - Industrial

931-722-3934 Fax: 931-722-9198 - Mobile: 931-722-8123 FULLY LICENSED, BONDED, INSURED


W. MILLER CO. (931) 676-3985 ~

NEW HOUSE FOR RENT Valley Housing Is Accepting Applications For

New 3 B.R. / 2 Bath Houses

Located In Clifton For Inquiries Or An Application Please Call Bill, Lee, Or Terry



Work Guaranteed - 30 Years Experience Free Estimates & Roof Inspections



Partners In Quality WARREN SELLERS


LET’S MAKE A DEAL!! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CHA, living room, den dining room, bonus room, carport, good location. REDUCED!! $52,000.00


CLASSIFIEDS DRIVERS: REGIONAL FLATBED HOME Every Weekend, 40-45 CPM, Class A CDL Required, “flatbed securement available” 1-800992-7863 ext 160 www. m c e l ro y t r u c k l i n e s . c o m . (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps BIG G EXPRESS INC Currently hiring OTR and Regional Drivers. Good equipment, home most weekends Option to run the weekends, good benefits, Assigned trucks and dispatchers, APU’s in every truck. Free retirement program and more. Call 800-684-9140 x2 or visit us at (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps CALL NOW! INTERNATIONAL TRUCK Driving School/ BIH Trucking Company Now taking Students! No CDL, No problem! State WIA Program if qualified, or Financing available. 888780-5539. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps DRIVERS/ CDL TRAINING - CAREER Central No Money Down CDL Training Work for us or let us work for you! Unbeatable Career Opportunities. *Trainee *Company Driver *Lease Operator Earn up to $51k *Lease Trainers Earn up to $80k (877) 369-7191 www. centraltruckdrivingjobs. com. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps OWNER OPERATORS & SMALL Fleets Earn over $2.00/mi! Up to $1000 Sign on Bonus Average Fuel Network savings of 43¢/ gallon. 877277-8756 www.JoinMalone. com. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps OFFERING EVERY ADVANTAGE TO Drivers! Top Miles & Great Pay! Brand New Equipment. Van & Flatbed Divisions. $500 Sign-On for Flatbed. CDL-A, 6mo. OTR. 888-801-5295. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps DRIVERS NO EXPERIENCE ~ NO Problem. 100% Paid CDL Training. Immediate Benefits. 20/10 program. Trainers Earn up to 49¢ per mile! CRST Van Expedited 800326-2778 www.JoinCRST. com. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps DRIVERS - CDL-A START UP to 45¢ per mile!! SignOn Bonus!! Great Home Time!!! Lease purchase available. Experience Req’d. 800-441-4271 X TN-100 HornadyTransportation. com. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps DRIVERS CDL-A EXPERIENCED DRIVERS OTR, Regional & Dedicated Runs Up to 50¢ per mile.

Class A CDL & Hazmat Req’d. 800-942-2104 Ext. 7307 or 7308 www.totalms. com. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

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)

FOUND: August 4, White Female Spotted Dog, Beech and Morrison Creek Area, 931-676-3332. Aug. 10-MCI

DRIVER CDL-A EXPERIENCED OTR Drivers Up to $3000 Bonus Up to .39¢ Per Mile 888-3787137, 6 mo. OTR exp. & CDL Req’d (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

NOTICE: Staggs Carpentry and Plumbing. Backhoe, Rock Work, Dump Truck, Trencher. 722-7319, 7228151, 332-3868 or 796-2900. Dec. 2-tf-(ojb)

BECOME DIETARY MANAGER (AVERAGE annual salary $40,374) in eight months in online program offered by Tennessee Technology Center at Elizabethton. Details www., 1-888986-2368 or email patricia. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

THINK RED FLATBED! - $1,000 Average Weekly! Southern, Southwest, Midwest Lanes. Home Weekly. 100+ Safe Rest Locations. CDL-A, 1-Year Verifiable T/T OTR Experience Required. 888.711.6505 (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps OWNER OPERATORS NO HIDDEN Charges. No Escrow. No Plate/Permit Charges. Consistent Miles 2800+ Weekly. Average $3500 Gross Weekly. CDL-A 1 Year OTR T/T experience. 888.902.4850 www.fxfreight. com. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

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) Demolition and Tree Cleanup, Mowing, Weedeating, Clean-up Lots, Ton Dump Truck Hauling, Etc., ALL TYPES OF HANDYMAN WORK DONE. 931-7227740. Aug. 10-(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. Aug. 25-tf-(ojb) Diesel Injection Pump and Injector Rebuilding, Lift Pumps, Filters, Turbos, Etc. WEST TENN DIESEL, 731925-2710. Jan. 12 – Oct. 5, 2011-P. Starters, Alternators, Batteries, D. C. Motors, and Cables for All Applications! Road and Field Starter Service, Savannah, TN, 731925-3838. Jan. 19, 2011-Jan. 4, 2012-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. 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. Aug. 3-10-17-24-(ojb)

PREGNANT? NOW WHAT? FREE, confidential pregnancy counseling. In person • On the phone • Online Bethany Christian Services 1.800.BETHANY • 615.242.0909 www. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

PATSY’S BEAUTY HUT GIFTS & FLOWERS, Collinwood, 931-724-9284. Get Ready For Decoration. Place Your Flower Order Early. Vase Inserts, Tomb Pieces, Baskets, Stands, Hanging Baskets. Aug. 3-10-17-24-(ojb)

YARD SALE: Saturday 13th, 7 to 1. At the Home of Dewayne and Christi Moore, 1131 Houston Smith Road. Rain Cancels. Aug. 10-MCI

I Would Like To Clean Houses or Offices, Lisa, 731-609-8011.Can Provide References. Aug. 10-P.

YARD SALE: Highway 13 S., Second House on Left Past McGlamery, Saturday, Starting at 7. Rain Cancels. Aug. 10-(ojb)

DIVORCE with or without children $99.95. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. FREE information. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 1-888789-0198 24/7. (TnScan) Aug. 10-tps

YARD SALE: Saturday, August 13th at Waynesboro Middle School, 7 A.M. – 12 P.M., Toddler, Children, and Adult Clothes, Shoes, Household Items, Etc. Tina Harris and Babs Mangubat. Aug. 10-P.



Senior Plus


Waynesboro, TN


(931) 762-1915

C. Wayne Tomerlin Attorney At Law 28 Public Square - Lawrenceburg, TN

Hunt & Son Roofing, Inc. ROOFING TYPES ~Shingle~Metal~Rubber~Foam~


Energy Savings up to 50%!!! 931-722-3048 / 931-722-5542 / 931-722-5579

BIG FAMILY YARD SALE: Friday, August 12th, 8 A.M. Until. Home of Dee Ray, 1349 Savannah Hwy. Baby Boys and Girls Clothes, Lots of Girls and Boys Jeans and Shorts, Teens, Women’s and Men’s Clothes, All Sizes. Pictures, Movies, and Lots of Miscellaneous. Aug. 10-MCI

“Merry Heart” by Max Franks We think a lot about the past because we don’t have any data on the future. I have selective memory and pick out the good stuff. A song said that “happiness is just a state of mind.” It also depends on the condition of our mind and heart. I was telling a friend that I’d resolved to stay away from our retirement meetings. I said the last time I went, after greeting a friend and he didn’t know me. I said, “I want to remember them like they were.” Never at a loss for words, he calmly asked me, “Do you want them to remember you like you were.” I’m losing my edge because I still don’t have a cute answer. Our memory bank closes early in later years. A mind is like the body; it can shut down permanently without a moments notice. It’s sad to see classmates and friends void of understanding. Only a God-given Merry Heart can survive with happiness after ministering in nursing homes. Some of them think I’m somebody else which is really a stretch. One lady said she really enjoyed my music, and added, “I like it last night, too.”

Daniel’s Seamless Gutters FREE ESTIMATES

Insurance Group Dwight Daniel


We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code

YARD SALE: Saturday, 8 to 12. Home of Randy and Sherry Wallace. 128 Mariva St., Waynesboro. Aug. 10-MCI

REWARD: Lost 12 Year Old Black Angus Cow, In 5318 South 48 Creek Road Area, Tommy Wright, 256-7628502. Aug. 10-17-P.

Grooming With A Gentle Touch. References Available Over 10 Years Experience! Call For Appointment

and General Practice WE ARE A DEBT RELIEF AGENCY

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) Aug. 10-tps 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) Aug. 10-tps

Hot Diggidy Dog Grooming


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) Aug. 10-tps

HUGE YARD SALE: Hurricane Meadows Drive, Saturday, 7 A.M. ?, Namebrand Clothes, Shoes, You Name It! Aug. 10-MCI

WILLOWBROOK APARTMENTS IN WAYNESBORO, TN is accepting applications for the elderly, disabled or handicapped. 1 and 2 Bedroom units, water, sewer, trash, and grounds maintenance furnished. On site laundry facility. Rental assistance available. For More Information Call Cynthia Brewer.

Willowbrook Apartments 722-3317 Development Rural

Tommy Johnson Affiliate Broker 931-722-4840



I wasn’t there the night before. The great Wayne Jerrolds and his band were there. I can’t wait to see him and tell him, “I’m good as you are now, big boy!” I could write one of my “hitless” songs about lingering longevity, but I don’t think I will. Losing Lovers have written pitiful songs about memory loss. Because of a happy marriage, lost love lyrics just entertain me. “I Don’t Remember Loving You” is a favorite. A sad line said, “If you’ll hand me my crayons, I’ll be glad to take your name.” But I’ve written what’s gotta be the saddest song ever. It’s called, “You’re A Memory I Can’t Recall”, Here’s a couple of lines: “You’re a memory I can’t recall; a picture hanging off of the wall. I’d like to forget, but I can’t at all, because you’re a memory I can’t recall.” Being a comedian has one great advantage. When I say seriously say something goofy, people think I’m joking. I don’t worry because “he way it is” will soon be “the way it was”. I’m just struggling in “real time”. I headed out the door to on my bike exercise run and almost got in my truck. That would have been easier. I might as well laugh. God has a new body and mind waiting on me I wonder which one I one I need worse? Don’t you dare answer that!


WAYNE CARE NURSING HOME IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICARIONS FOR: COOK - HOUSEKEEPER PRN The minimum qualifications for this position are: •High School Diploma or Equivalent •Experience Preferred •Excellent Customer Service Skills Please apply in Personnel office Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.


Glenn Miller Orchestra Encore Performance At Crockett Theatre

The Crockett Theatre Board is pleased to announce the return of The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. Back by popular demand, The Glenn Miller Orchestra performs an encore performance of their very popular stage show on Tuesday, August 23 at 7 P.M. at Lawrenceburg’s historic Crockett Theatre. The Glenn Miller Orchestra plays over 300 dates per year around the world, from Iowa to Tennessee to Japan. The 19 member band, internationally regarded as one of the world’s top Swing era dance bands, is famous for hits like Moonlight Serenade, In the Mood, Pennsylvania 6-5000, and the music industry’s first ever-awarded gold record, Chattanooga Choo Choo. The orchestra was founded in 1938 by Glenn Miller and quickly rose to number 1 in the Big Band Swing era of the late 1930’s. The patriotic Miller disbanded the orchestra in 1942 to volunteer for military service in World War II. On December 15, 1944, as Major Miller flew to Paris ahead of his reinstated orchestra, his plane was lost over Europe, never to be seen again. In 1956, by popular demand, the Miller Estate authorized the formation of the present Glenn Miller Orchestra. Today, the orchestra performs for more than 500,000 people annually, now under the direction of bandleader Gary Tole. The orchestra continues to play many of the original Miller arrangements from the 30’s as well as a few modern selections in the big-band style. Their entire repertoire exceeds 1,700 compositions, keeping the band popular with both young and old. Tickets for The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra are now available at the Parks & Recreation office at Rotary Park. Tickets are also available online at For more ticket information contact Beth Campbell at 931-762-4231.

Subscribe Today!! Call 722-5429 We Do Accept All Major Credit Cards!!! CHANCERY COURT LAND SALE RE-AUCTION AUGUST 13, 2011 - 10 A.M. 40.56 ACRES, HOUSE & BARN 155 CRAIG RD. CYPRESS INN, TN 38452

JAMES Y. ROSS SR, ATTY. For Estate Of Wylodean Craig, dec.

Mackinac Island Lilac Festival Focus PB Trip

An uneventful and pleasant non-stop flight took Peoples Bank VItoP Club from Nashville to Detroit and set in motion a delightful laid-back tour hitting the highlight attractions of Michigan. The group’s favorite tour director, Clay, was at the airport to greet them and accompany them to Grand Rapids where dinner was at the Amore Trattoria Italiana Restaurant. Several of the group chose the Spinach Parmesan Soup as a starter. It was such a big hit that one guest had two cups, which brought the chef out of the kitchen. She agreed to share the recipe, the best kind of souvenir which was copied to fill the many requests. The next morning Clay conducted a short tour of Grand Rapids, the furniture manufacturing capital of the USA, before arriving at the Frederick Meijer Gardens & Sculptor Park, a 132acre oasis of wetlands, woodlands, meadows and gardens designed by world-renowned landscape artists. The donor of the land was Mr. Meijer who built a chain of stores similar to Wal-Mart through out Michigan & adjoining states and who has continued to donate funds and art objects to this magnificent park. The group was given a choice of a guided tour thru the various conservatories or exploration on their own. Many unfamiliar flowers were found, and those recognized by these Southern travelers were certainly attuned to the mild climate in robust blooming specimens. A tram tour with a knowledgeable and personable guide explaining the background of each of the varied sculptures was an excellent way to enjoy this monumental contribution to the arts. The Taste of the Gardens Café furnished good food for Ken & Mary Culp along with a dazzling setting---the ceiling was a mass of colorful Chihuly blownglass floral shapes. Some caught naps on the drive to Mackinac Island while others noted with surprise that the Michigan terrain looked a lot like a drive thru Tennessee. Petoskey on Little Traverse Bay gave the first glimpse of Lake Michigan and soon the VItoP group & their luggage were aboard the ferry to the island leaving their motorcoach behind. All eyes were searching out the Grand Hotel and other landmarks of this famous island that allows no mechanized transportation except for one ambulance and one fire truck. The historic Murray Hotel located right on main street across from the ferry landing was home for the next two nights, and a welcome reception featured many varieties of the fudge for which the island is noted. Carole Freeman & Dottie Hutchinson found their room overlooked a street of lilacs trees at peak bloom. Dinner at the village Inn brought some rave reviews over the shrimp and whitefish chowder. The next morning a

carriage tour of the island featured the legendary arch rock, Michigan Governor’s vacation home, Fort Mackinac and lots of commentary about living on this unique isle in Lake Huron. One story that Bill & Judy Goodyear enjoyed revealed the ingenuity of surviving the hazards of the long cold winter. The used Christmas trees are stuck into the ice to make a trail to the mainland. The ice gets 2-feet thick— enough for snowmobiles to travel over to obtain the weekly supplies or emergency needs for the few year-round residents. The carriages dropped the VItoP travelers at the Grand Hotel for the Sunday Luncheon Buffet in the elegant Main Dining Room. Annie James and Mary Nelle Steele spent some time reclining in overstuffed lounge chairs and sofas in the huge reception room before lunch where the tables laden with delectable food satisfied even the most finicky appetite. After lunch Jo Jones, Estelle Roberts and Iris Carroll were seen gazing over Lake Huron and the sunken garden with over 5200 geraniums and colorful annuals. The Grand Hotel Front Porch, the largest in the world with its scores of white rocking chairs, offered an escape into a world of beauty and relaxation. Free time allowed shopping, browsing, and people watching before the highlight of the day— the Annual Lilac Festival Parade---of course, with only horses, carriages and bicycles as the mode of transportation. The three bagpipe marching bands dressed in their clan plaids and kilts were thrilling to hear and quite a contrast to the Clown Band belting out jazz songs & the rock & rolling grandmas who put on quite a show. The smell of fudge mixed with the fragrance of lilacs permeated the air and many of the onlookers had dug out any and everything in the color lilac for this event. Early the next morning the group was transported to the mainland by ferry and were greeted by their driver, Bernie, who drove them to Frankenmuth, originally a mission colony with strong Bavarian ties. Hollis and Hilda Keeton, Mahala Smith, and Catherine Ross, Peoples Bank hostess, saw a town maintained with immaculate lawns, clean streets, and blooming plants. They also witnessed an overwhelming display of pride in the accomplishments of the residents. A tour of the city with a local guide was informative about the history, economics, and strong religious influence ending with a visit to the St. Lorenz Lutheran Church established in 1845. The stained glass windows pictured biblical scenes and also the story of the missionaries who settled in the area. Bronner’s Family Christmas Wonderland is the size of one & a half football fields and is billed as the world’s largest Christmas store. Finding just the

right ornaments for their tree and for gifts were Lillie Brewer and Pat Holder, Peoples Bank hostess. Linda Talbott and Claire Bowen took a break in a park where the town clock tower was located and witnessed the appearance of carved figures and the sound of music at the strike of the hour. The Bavarian Inn, famous for their chicken dinners, delivered a satisfying meal served by waiters in attire befitting their German heritage. The luggage was getting heavier each day with souvenirs of Michigan, and more were to come. Driving into Detroit, roadwork caused a detour that took the group through a boarded-up, burned-out area of that city; one well kept home could be seen in a block of abandoned buildings. This was quite an eye-opener for these Southerners. As the coach neared the destination, The Henry Ford Museum and the Greenfield Village, the scenery changed to wellkept corporate buildings. The museum had something for everyone from the displays of autos including presidential vehicles, airplanes, pewter & silver, and a section titled Made in America. Bobbie Stults and Sonny Robbins were intrigued by the vintage farm machinery in the agriculture section while their wives, Doris Stults & Sue Robbins, had more interest in the period and imaginative furniture exhibit. After lunching in the Michigan Café, the group moved on to the adjoining Greenfield Village that Henry Ford envisioned and began assembling in 1929. Enjoying a ride in an original Model-T around the village was a special treat for Lori Pannell and Jeanette Cronise: Cathy Latham and Linda Walkup were impressed with the Noah Webster home in the Porches & Parlors area. Janey Edwards, Bussy Edwards, and Marty McCarter were in the same area visiting the charming and typically English Cotswold Cottage. Other buildings such as the bicycle shop and home of the Wright Brothers and the laboratory of Thomas Edison, a close associate of Henry Ford’s, were moved intact and gave visitors insight into the backgrounds of the creation of the airplane and the light bulb. There was so much to see and do that the museum and village could never be fully seen in one day. The farewell dinner was held that night at the Dearborn Inn, which was constructed by Henry Ford as the first airport hotel in order that travelers coming to see his Greenfield Village could have lodging nearby. The meal was their signature turkey dinner, which was the favorite of Thomas Edison. His reserved table was still in the same spot as when he frequented the hotel. After dinner the staff encouraged the group to stroll through the gardens behind the lobby which featured fountains and a gazebo among the flowerbeds. To end the evening, the tour director, Clay, who is a musician with his own jazz band in his home state of New Mexico, sat down at the baby grand and filled the air in the lobby with exquisite music to the delight of the crowd. A congenial group of travelers flew into Tennessee the next afternoon with fond recollections of a circle tour of Michigan and especially the Mackinac Island Lilac Festival.


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.

Comfort the Sorrowful

COUNTY LINE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH WAYNESBORO WHITTEN’S CROSSROADS Buttermilk Ridge Road FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. South Main Street – Waynesboro Whitten’s Crossroads Community BEECH CREEK FULL GOSPEL CHURCH S.S. 9:45 A.M. – Worship 11 A .M. John Allen Berry, Pastor Beech Creek Road - Harold Morris, Pastor KELLEY’S CHAPEL S.S. 10:45 A.M. – Wprship 9:45 A.M. Sunday 10 A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH WAYNESBORO FIRST The fourth spiritual work of mercy is to comfort the sorrowful. FIRST PENTECOSTAL Natural Bridge Road - Troy Gobbell, Pastor UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CLIFTON Unfortunately, the world is full of pain and suffering, and we need not S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Corner Of Hassell & Songer St. Elm Street – Clifton CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH look far to find someone in need of comforting. Philosophers have often Waynesboro, Tennessee Billy Wright, Pastor Jerry Robbins, Pastor Lea Thornton, Pastor referred to this realm as a “veil of tears,” suggesting that sorrow is S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13 South – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M PHILLIPS CHAPEL COMMUNITY CHURCH the essence of our earthly existence. But surely, that goes too far. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON UNITED Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Sun. Disc. Training 5 P.M. - Worship 6 P.M. There is joy amongst the sadness, and METHODIST CHURCH John Blackwell, Pastor Wed. Even. 6 P.M. West Pillow St., Clifton Jim Bryant, Pastor great evils often give rise to incredible NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER STATELINE CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 128, Clifton acts of mercy and forgiveness. Life is a Keith Montgomery, Pastor RIVERSIDE UNITED Jimmy Hayes, Pastor Hwy. 13 S. TN/AL Stateline mixed bag, some good and some bad, METHODIST CHURCH 3 P.M.Worship Wed. Night. 6:30 P.M. Highway 128 N. Of Clifton - Jim Rucker and what gives our lives meaning is the COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Worship 9:45 A.M. – S.S. 10:45 GOD OF PROPHECY ability to improve the balance of good MEMORIAL CUMBERLAND Railroad Bed – Woodlawn BAPTIST CHURCH over bad. Sometimes, this involves PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Connie Pulley, Pastor Indian Creek Road, Waynesboro Highway 13 North – Waynesboro increasing the happiness of others and at S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Donnie Overton, Pastor Don Jones, Pastor WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF GOD other times it means decreasing their S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 64 West – Waynesboro GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH pain. Comforting the sorrowful may be CLIFTON PRESBYTERIAN Ron Smith, Pastor Colllinwood – Third Avenue CHURCH IN CLIFTON as simple as sending a sympathy card to S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Lawrence Steiner, Pastor Dr. James Roundtree Pastor CLIFTON CHURCH OF GOD someone who has lost a loved one, or it S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Dorothy Lambert, Pastor LEATHERWOOD may be as complicated as rescuing FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH 308 South Main St. – Waynesboro someone who is suicidal. Often, the other person just needs someone COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF GOD Highway 64 West S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13 – Collinwood to be with and listen to them. We should not feel compelled to give S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC CHURCH Richard Bane, Pastor RAY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH them advice nor should we presume that we understand what they are Highway 64 East - Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. 3 ½ Miles Down Hog Creek Road Father Kevin Dowling, Pastor going through. More appropriately, we should just let them know that CROMWELL CROSSROADS CHURCH Edd Lopp, Pastor Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Service 10 A.M. Sunday we truly care about them and are there to listen and help. We may S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. HOLLIS CHAPEL Joe Risner, Pastor ZION BAPTIST CHURCH wish to consider suggesting or even arranging professional help for the FULL GOSPEL CHURCH WAYNE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 750 Glenrock Branch Road Old Railroad – Iron City - Pastor, Julie Keener person suffering. Most people who are deeply suffering would benefit Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Nathan Huff, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Junior Cummins, Pastor from professional counseling of some kind, whether it is with their S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. SEVENTH DAY S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH pastor, their doctor, or a psychotherapist. Finally, although we should ADVENTISTS OF WAYNESBORO WAYNESBORO 8821 California Branch Road Pastor – John Johnston not assume that we can do the work of a trained professional, we GREEN RIVER TABERNACLE Westpoint, TN 38486 - Tony Shults, Pastor 1606 Old Highway 64 E. Green River Road, Waynesboro should try to be there for them in their hour of need. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. Larry Janes, Pastor Evening Worship 6 P.M. LITTLE BETHEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ABUNDANT LIFE HOLINESS CHURCH THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH On Pumping Station Road Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 64 West – Waynesboro Robert Marks, Pastor Worship 9 A.M. – S.S. 10 A.M. Dean Haggard, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M Located Linden Ward – 5 Miles R.S.V. Matthew 5:4 Sunday Service 10:30 Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. W of Linden Highway 412 Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER LIVING WATER TABERNACLE FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. JOHNSON’S CHAPEL PINEY GROVE MT. HOPE UNITED COLLINWOOD UNITED 918 West Point Rd – Lawrenceburg BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study 6 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Shawn Moore, Pastor Gene Kelly, Pastor th Pastors, Leo Doyle, III S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Piney Community, Cypress Inn Highway 13N – Lower Green River 4 Street – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Gene Daniel, Assistant Pastor CLIFTON REVIVAL CENTER BEREA Greg Eaton, Pastor Bobbie Martin, Pastor Tommy Flood, Pastor Sunday Evening 6 P.M. - Thurs. Evening 7 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Clifton,Tennessee MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Wprsjhip 11 A.M. THE BRIDE OF CHRIST Sunday Night – 5 P.M. Shayne Riley, Pastor California Branch Road, Collinwood Highway 13 N. – Colllinwood MT. CARMEL UNITED HIGHLAND UNITED HOLINESS CHURCH COLLINWOOD S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Steve Martin, Pastor Ricky Nelson, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 13 South – Collinwood Hwy. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL CENTER UNITED S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Asst. Pastor, Andy Sherrill Hardin Creek, Clifton Hwy. 64 E, Near Natchez Trace In The Highland Community First Avenue – Collinwood PENTECOSTAL OF WAYNESBORO CYPRESS OAK GROVE S.S. 9-11 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martin, Pastor Ray Watkins, Pastor Bro. Johnny Kilburn, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Old 99 East – Waynesboro, TN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Wed. Disc. Training – 7 P.M. 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 Sunday Night Services 6 P.M. Jonathan Pickens, Pastor Pumping Station Road CANAAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH .EVANS CHAPEL UNITED Sunday Night 5 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. Saturday Night 7 P.M. WILLIAMS CHAPEL Sunday Morning 10 A.M. - Night 6:30 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Fishtrap Community - Danny Clark, METHODIST CHURCH LUTTS UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL HOUSE OF THE LORD FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Night 7 P.M. Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Pastor Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton Holly Creek Road FULL GOSPEL BUTLER GROVE S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martiin, Pastor Lutts, Tennessee - Tommy Flood, Pastor Bro. Jimmy Pickett, Pastor James Pete Turnbow, Pastor HOUSE OF PRAISE FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP FREEWILL BAPTIST 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. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Joseph Wallace, Pastor Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor CHURCH MT. AUBURN UNITED SHAWNETTEE UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL CHURCH MCGLAMERY CHURCH 10 A.M. S.S. – 11 A.M. Worship S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Rocky Ford Holly Creek METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton - Bro. Neal Burks, Pastor McGlamery Community Collinwood CORNERSTONE HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Bill Hollander, Pastor Beechview, Clifton - Jim Rucker, Pastor Shawnettee Community – Collinwood Thursday Worship 6 P.M. Johnny Banks, Pastor CHURCH OF COLLINWOOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Preaching 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Worship 8:45 A.M. Bo Johnson, Pastor Sunday Morning 10 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. 861 Dogwood Flats Road Colllinwood Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST POPES CHAPEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST BURNS CHAPEL John Hodum, Pastor MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2699 Buffalo Road, Lawrenceburg FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. Clifton, Tennessee Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge Iron City Road W. L. Wallace, Pastor Highway 13 South – Collinwood Wednesday 7:30 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. Tim Hanback, Pastor Worship 2nd & 4th Sunday - 2 P.M. John Allen Berry, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Edward Burbank, Pastor Wed. 6 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Ron Randolph, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night - 6 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.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


Local & Worldwide Delivery, All Major Credit Cards Accepted “Proudly Serving You For Over 25 Years” 724-4918 -303 Hwy. 13 S. Collinwood CASKET COVERS - FUNERAL - WEDDING - BALLOONS & GIFTS

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

Memorial Gardens Of Wayne County P.O. BOX 218 - 104 HILL ST. WAYNESBORO, TENNESSEE 38485

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


Call Today! Place Your Ad Here! 931-722-5429

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

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

Wayne Farmers Co-op

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

Call Today! Place Your Ad Here! 931-722-5429

WAYNE COUNTY NEWS 119 East Hollis St. Waynesboro, TN 38485

931-722-5429 Call Today! Place Your Ad Here! 931-722-5429



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. Aug. 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. Aug. 2011-P. C.H.S. CLASS OF 1971 REUNION PLANNING MEETING BE HELD AUGUST 22 The Collinwood High School Class of 1971 will have another meeting on Monday night, Aug. 22 at 6:30 P.M. at Meme’s Restaurant in Collinwood, to finalize plans for their 40 year reunion which is set for Sept. 24 at 4 P.M. at the CHS Cafeteria. All class members are invited to attend. Aug. 3-10-17, 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)

REMOVE ALL GROUND FLOWERS FROM CEDAR GROVE CEMETERY If you have loved ones buried at Cedar Grove Cemetery, you are asked to remove all ground flowers by Thursday, August 11, 2011 in order for the cemetery to be cleaned and mowed. Aug. 3-10, 2011-(ojb) 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. 2011-(ojb) INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS FOR MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES Individual counseling sessions for Medicare beneficiaries and their families are available at the Wayne County Senior Center on the second Thursday of each month from 10 A.M. until 1 P.M. Representatives of the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) offer free and objective information about how and when to sign up for Medicare; choosing health and prescription plans to go along with Medicare; billing problems; and cases of Medicarerelated fraud or abuse. Call toll free 877-801-0044 to reserve an appointment.

Paul B. Plant National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Now with of¿ces in Lawrenceburg and Pulaski

Elder Abuse

Wallace, an 82-year-old California man, was bilked out of nearly $250,000 when his courtappointed guardian cleared out his bank accounts. Guardianship abuse is on the rise nationwide with many senior citizens facing similar problems. Studies indicate there are as many as 5 million potential cases of elder abuse – whether it is physical, ¿nancial, emotional or sexual abuse – each year, affecting all socio-economic levels and all races. Many of these cases go unreported. According to the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) Survey of Elder Issues, 20% of individuals 35 years of age and up had experienced some form of abuse on either themselves or their parents. Unfortunately, the National Elder Abuse Incidence Study suggests nearly 85 percent of abuse cases go unreported. Elder abuse is one of the gravest issues facing American families. Greater awareness, laws and procedures to promote detection and reporting of abuse cases and greater accountability of ¿duciaries and caregivers are required to address this problem. The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys continues to urge Congress to pass a comprehensive Elder Justice Act and implement a coherent national policy designed to better protect the nation’s vulnerable elder population. ABOUT THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ELDER LAW ATTORNEYS Established in 1987, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) was formed to enhance the quality of legal services available to the elderly and people with special needs in the United States. Members of NAELA are attorneys who have demonstrated experience and training in working with the legal problems of aging Americans and disabled individuals. ABOUT HARWELL, PLANT & WILLIAMS, ATTORNEYS Established in 1974, Harwell, Plant & Williams has a long history of service to client and community. Our attorneys and professional staff offer a wide range of legal services to citizens and businesses throughout southern Middle Tennessee. Paul Plant has been a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorney’s since 2003. Through NAELA, Mr. Plant and other Elder Law Attorney’s exchange ideas and other information important to senior citizens. His active involvement in NAELA has offered Mr. Plant quality assistance in his representation of the elderly and those with special needs. Contact us at 762-7528 in Lawrenceburg, 363-6500 in Pulaski, or Toll-Free 877/460-6467


225 Mahr Avenue, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464 • NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ELDER LAW ATTORNEYS, INC. 1604 North Country Club Rd, Tucson, Arizona 85716 520/881-4005 fax -520/325-7925

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)

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.

REGULAR MEETING OVILLA V.F.D. The Ovilla Volunteer Fire Department meets for its monthly meeting every third Thursday night at the Fire Department and Community Center. 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. Aug. 2011-(ojb) ATTENTION COLLINWOOD HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1981 30 YEAR REUNION Collinwood High School Class of 1981 and Classmates 30th year class reunion is scheduled for Saturday, September 24, 2011 at the Marriott Conference Center in Florence, AL. Please register by August 19th by contacting Jerri Ann Wooten 931-722-3676, Barton Harper 256-783-4296, Email Susan Cook Calton at or Snail mail to CHS Class of 1981, P. O. Box 1057, Waynesboro, TN 38485. Search for “Collinwood High School 1981 30th Year Reunion” on Facebook. July 20 Thru Aug. 31, 2011-(ojb)

C.H.S. CLASS OF 1954 REUNION The Collinwood High School Class of 1954 will have its annual reunion on Saturday, September 3rd. They will meet at the First Baptist Church basement in Collinwood at 2 P.M. for a time of fellowship then go to Chad’s Restaurant at 4 P.M. for a meal and more fellowship. For more information call 931-724-4314. Aug. 10 Thru 31, 2011-(ojb)

WAYNE COUNTY HELPING HANDS OFFERS “AFTER-CARE” GROUP Wayne County Helping Hands has begun offering an “After-Care” 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. Aug. 2011 -(ojb)

ATTENTION WCHS CLASS OF 1981 Attention Wayne County High School Class of 1981! All interested in planning a 30th class reunion are asked to please come to Bradley’s Restaurant on Thursday, August 11 at 6:30 P.M. Aug. 11, 2011-(ojb) BLAIR CEMETERY PERPETUAL CARE The memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 13, 2011 at 10 A.M. at the Blair Cemetery. A business meeting will follow with lunch afterwards. C.H.S. CLASS OF 1949 REUNION The Collinwood High School Class of 1949 reunion will be held at 11:30 A.M. on Saturday, August 27, 2011 at Meme’s Cafe, located on highway 13 South of Collinwood. For more information call 931-724-5655.

C.H.S. CLASS OF 1958 REUNION The Collinwood High School Class of 1958 will have its reunion on Saturday, Sept. 3 at 6 P.M. at Chad’s Restaurant. All class members are invited to attend. Aug. 2011-P. WCHS CLASS OF 1971 REUNION The Wayne County High School Class of 1971 will have its reunion on September 3, 2011 at Bradley’s Restaurant in Waynesboro, TN. For more information contact Sandra Pitts at 931-722-5879 or 931-722-4885. July 27-Aug. 31, 2011-P. REMOVE FLOWERS MCGLAMERY CEMETERY Persons with loved ones laid to rest at McGlamery Cemetery are asked to remove ALL flowers by Thursday August 18, 2011 in order for the cemetery to be properly cleaned, and mowed for the decoration which is Sunday, September 4, 2011. Aug. 3-10-17, 2011-P. ANNUAL FAMILY REUNION OF LUTHER F. AND JENNIE L. BERRY HARPER The annual reunion of the late Luther F. Harper (18751949) and the late Jennie L. Berry Harper (1880-1953) and married in 1896, will be held on Saturday, September 3, 2011 at the Stoney Point Church of Christ Fellowship Hall on Stoney Point Road #24 near Florence, AL. They had nine children, three daughters and six sons. The youngest daughter Ida Lorene Harper Bevis is the only survivor and will be 94 on her birthday; and they have one surviving daughter-in-law, Vera Wilson Harper, (J.B.’s wife) who will be 97 on her birthday. The event will begin at 10 A.M. and continue until ??? Bring a basket lunch and drinks and plan to eat around 12 noon. Paper and plastic items will be provided. Families and friends are welcome. This event is held each year on the first Saturday in September - the day before the decoration on the first Sunday in September at McGlamery. Three have passed since last year and they will be missed, James Harper, Leyonne Harper and Orville Wilson. Memories of past years will be cherished. For more information or directions to the church fellowship hall, call Billy and Linda Bevis Dickson 256-766-7387, Carl and Judy Harper 931-724-6826, or Marie Harper Southerland 931-724-4820. Hope to see you there! Aug. 2011-P. 30TH ANNUAL DIXON REUNION The 30th annual Dixon Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 27th at the Shawnettee United Methodist Church. Barbeque and chicken will be served. Those attending may bring a dish suitable to be served with B-B-Q and chicken. The reunion will begin at 11 A.M. with the meal to be served at 12 noon and a program and singing to follow lunch. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Aug. 10-17-24, 2011-(ojb)

PARENTING CLASSES APPROVED & OFFERED Mid South Mediation Services is approved by the courts to offer a four hour Parenting Education Seminar of divorcing or separating parents (even if unmarried). Classes will be held Saturday, August 27th from 10 A.M. till 12 noon and 1 until 3 P.M. at the Hickman County Library, Cdenterville and at the Mid South Office on Military Avenue in Lawrenceburg. For more information and to register call Instructors, Pat Nicholson, 931-622-1462 or Dave Boyd, 931-242-5172; or Mary Ellen Bowen, Director, main office, 931-796-0487. Dates can be flexible..

To Sing At Little Bethel

Aug. 10-17-24, 2011-(ojb)

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. “Everyone Is Welcome To Come See What God Is Doing”

Green River Baptist Church “To Know God And Make Him Known”

Cal Hampton, Pastor Highway 13 So. Church Phone 722-5828 Prayer Meeting And Bible Study Schedule: Wednesday 6:30 P.M. 9:15 A.M. Call For Information On Any Of Our Programs Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Worship Evening Worship Service 6 P.M.

Has Your Social Security Disability Been Denied?

DYE & VANDER HORST, PC Attorneys At Law

Dana Dye

Allston Vander Horst



Call Us For Help. No Attorney’s Fee Charged Unless Your Case Is Won! Tennessee Does Not Certify Specialists In The Law And We Do Not Claim Certification In Any Listed Area.

Thread of Hope will be singing Sunday, August 14, at 5 P.M., at Little Bethel Holiness Church, located on Pumping Station Road. Everyone is invited to attend.

It Pays To Advertise!!! Call 722-5429 And Speak To Diana Chambers, Sales Rep.


USDA FSA Reminds Producers To Submit AGI Verification Consent Form IRS L a w r e n c e / Wa y n e County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Mickey Allen, reminds producers that they must submit an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) verification consent form (CCC-927 or CCC928) to the IRS as soon as possible in order to maintain eligibility for 2009 and 2010 program benefits. The consent form authorizes IRS to verify for FSA whether a payment recipient’s AGI meets the eligibility requirements for FSA programs. The form became a requirement for payment eligibility beginning with the 2009 crop year, however many program participants have not yet submitted this form for 2009 and 2010 program benefits. “Producers who fail to file these forms before Sept. 2011 will receive a notice from the National Office stating that the producer is ineligible for 2009 and/ or 2010 payments,” said Allen. “The producer will be responsible for fully refunding all payments received under programs subject to AGI limitations,” he said. IRS requires written consent from all individuals or legal entities before verification of the average AGI can be provided to USDA. Individuals must submit form CCC-927 and legal entities must submit form CCC-928. Without these forms on file, eligible producers will not receive USDA program payments. NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2011PR-102 In the Matter of the Estate of: Delois D Shands, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on 8/5/2011, Letters Testamentary, of Administration, in respect to the Estate of Delois D Shands, deceased, who died 6/4/2011, were issued to the undersigned by the Wayne County Chancery Court of Wayne County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against her Estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above-named Court, within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claim will be forever barred. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Date: 8/5/2011. Joseph E. Shands Executor Alan Betz, Atty. Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk & Master August 10, 17, 2011 NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2011PR-100 In the Matter of the Estate of: Shirley M Maghielse, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on 7/29/2011, Letters Testamentary, of Administration, in respect to the Estate of Shirley M Maghielse, deceased, who died 4/29/2011, were issued to the undersigned by the Wayne County Chancery Court of Wayne County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against her Estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above-named Court, within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claim will be forever barred. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Date: 7/29/2011. Cynthia Baiocco & Cathryn Shelton Executors W. Andrew Yarbrough, Atty. Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk & Master August 10, 17, 2011

Allen further clarifies that these consent forms are required for payments received from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) as well as those received through FSA. Completed forms must be returned to the IRS. For more information on AGI eligibility requirements or the AGI verification process, contact the Lawrence/ Wayne County FSA office at 931-762-6913. USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider. NOTICE The Wayne County Board of Education is accepting bids for three (3) 66-passenger conventional school buses. Specifications are available from the Wayne County Board of Education, 419 South Main Street, P.O. Box 658, Waynesboro, TN 38485. Bids should be clearly labeled as “School Bus Bid” and submitted to the Wayne County Board of Education at the above address and will be accepted until 2:30 P.M. on Wednesday, August 24, 2011. The Wayne County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and/or all bids. Barry Hanback, Chairman Gailand Grinder, Superintendent August 10, 17, 2011 NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2011PR-101 In the Matter of the Estate of: Donald H. Keeton, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on 8/2/2011, Letters Testamentary, of Administration, in respect to the Estate of Donald H Keeton, deceased, who died 7/23/2011, were issued to the undersigned by the Wayne County Chancery Court of Wayne County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and nonresident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against his Estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above-named Court, within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claim will be forever barred. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Date: 8/2/2011. Judy Davis Executor George G. Gray, Atty. Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk & Master August 10, 17, 2011 ACCEPTING BIDS Wayne County Solid Waste is accepting Bids for a Used NONCDL Type Rear Load Packer Truck. Minimum specifications are: GVWR:25,999#; 8,000# Front Axle; 8,000# Front Suspension w/Shock Absorbers; Air Brake System; Air Dryer With Heater; 13.2 CFMAir Compressor; Power Steering; 145 AMP Alternator; (2) 12 Volt 1300 CCA Batteries; Engine Block Heater; 245HP Wet Sleeve Diesel Engine; 620 lb/ft Torque at 1400RPM; Dual Element Air Cleaner; Automatic Transmission; 19,000# Rear Axle; 18,500# Rear Suspension; 4500# Auxiliary Rubber Spring; 50 Gallon Fuel Tank; Transmission Oil Temperature Gauge; Air Cleaner Restriction Gauge in Dash; Two Man Passenger Seat; West Coast Mirrors; Front and Rear Wheel Seals; 11R 22.5 14 Ply Tires Front and Rear; Actual Mileage Not To Exceed 30,000; 11 Cubic Yard Rear Load Type Refuse Packer Body; 2.5 Cubic Yard Hopper Capacity; Slide Cylinders: 4”; Sweep Cylinders: 5”; Tailgate Cylinders: 3½”; Ejection Cylinder: 5½” Telescopic; Hopper Floor: ¼”; Body Floor: ¼”; Body Sides: 10 Gauge; Hopper Sides: 10 Gauge; Tailgate Locks: Automatic Hydraulic Type (Manual Tailgate Locks Not Acceptable); Hydraulic Pump: 25 GPM; Hot Shift PTO; 9,000# Capacity Winch and Container Attachment; Side Access Door; Oil Pressure Gauge; Back Up Alarm; Safety System With Incab Monitor. Send All Bids to Wayne County Executive, P.O. Box 848, Waynesboro, TN 38485. Bids open at 12 noon August 24, 2011, at the Wayne County Executive’s Office. Wayne County Solid Waste Department has the right to accept or reject any and all bids. If any questions, call Robert Hayes at 931-722-9616. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. All interested parties, without regard to race, color or national origin, shall be afforded the opportunity to bid and shall receive equal consideration. August 10, 17, 24, 2011

Guests At Waynesboro Rotary Club Meeting

COMMUNITY EVENT BENEFIT FOR PATRICIA LINAM HILL BE HELD AUGUST 13, CLIFTON A benefit will be held for Patricia Linam Hill, cancer patient, on Saturday, August 13, 2011 from 12 noon until ? at the Frank Hughes School Cafeteria. B-B-Q plates will be available. There will also be a cake walk, auction and music by the Mt. Tabor Church Choir, Voices That Believe and others. All donations will be appreciated. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information contact Barbara Culp at 931-676-5107 or 931-332-1226, Cheryl McDonald at 931-676-3813, Pamela Witherspoon at 931-676-3546 or Maria Bailey at 931-676-3905.

Rotary Guest Speaker Rotary member Bob Haggard was host for the Tuesday, July 26th Rotary meeting. Rotary guests of Mr. Haggard were from the University of North Alabama. Club members were updated on the growth of the UNA and about the enrollment which now is 7300 annually. Coach Fowler talked about how the school is planning a move from Division II to Division I. Pictured with Rotarian Bob Haggard is, Alan Medders, Mark Linder, Terry Fowler and Melody Stewart all from the University of North Alabama. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE Sale at public auction will be on September 7, 2011 at 2:00PM local time, at the east door, Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee pursuant to Deed of Trust executed by Jeffrey M. Carter, to White & Betz, Trustee, on February 22, 2006 at Book 79, Page 690; conducted by Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP Substitute Trustee, all of record in the Wayne County Register’s Office. Owner of Debt: Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC The following real estate located in Wayne County, Tennessee, will be sold to the highest call bidder subject to all unpaid taxes, prior liens and encumbrances of record: Described property located in Wayne County, Tennessee, to wit: Beginning at a P/K nail and brass washer in the center of Last Butler Road, a the southwest corner of Jimmy Martin and the southeast corner of G. W. Hill and being in the Northern boundary of the parent tract; thence South 38 degrees 20 minutes 32 seconds East for a distance of 99.10 feet with the center of Last Butler Road to a P/K nail and brass washer; thence South 74 degrees 01 minutes 25 seconds West for a distance of 727.49 feet leaving said road with a new line through the Carter land passing an iron pin at 706.40 feet to a point in the center of Last Butler Creek and the eastern Boundary of G. W. Hill; thence North 28 degrees 05 minutes 36 seconds East for a distance of 406.15 feet with the eastern boundary of G. W. Hill and the center Last Butler Creek to an interior corner of G. W. Hill; thence South 79 degrees 48 minutes 14 seconds East for a distance of 453.82 feet with the southern boundary of G. W. Hill along a fence to the point of beginning. Parcel No.: 179 00501 000 Street Address: 9176 Last Butler Road, Iron City, Tennessee 38463 Current Owner(s) of Property: Jeffrey M. Carter with Life Estate in Betty M. Carter Other interested parties: Vinessa Carter and Betty M. Carter The street address of the above described property is believed to be 9176 Last Butler Road, Iron City, Tennessee 38463, but such address is not part of the legal description of the property sold herein and in the event of any discrepancy, the legal description herein shall control. SALE IS SUBJECT TO TENANT(S) RIGHTS IN POSSESSION. If applicable, the notice requirements of T.C.A. 35-5-117 have been met. All right of equity of redemption, statutory and otherwise, and homestead are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. If the highest bidder cannot pay the bid within twenty-four (24) hours of the sale, the next highest bidder, at their highest bid, will be deemed the successful bidder. This property is being sold with the express reservation that the sale is subject to confirmation by the lender or trustee. This sale may be rescinded at any time. This office may be a debt collector. This may be an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained may be used for that purpose. File No. 11-014729 Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP Substitute Trustee Law Office of Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP 555 Perkins Road Extended, Second Floor Memphis, TN 38117 Phone (901)767-5566 Fax (901)761-5690 August 10, 17, 21, 2011

Subscribe Today Call 722-5429 We Accept All Major Credit Cards!!!

At the Tuesday, July 13, 2011 meeting of the Waynesboro Rotary Club, held at Bradley’s Restaurant in Waynesboro. Rotary member and Attorney George Gray was in charge of the program for the day. Mr. Gray invited Wonda Turnbo, from the Wayne County Bank to be the guest speaker. Ms. Turnbo shared with the group the events scheduled for the upcoming Relay for Life set to be held August 12th.



farm news The Wayne County News, Inc. - 4-H News & Farm Report

AGRICULTURE NEWS Below is a copy of our quarterly Agriculture Newsletter. Newsletters contain upcoming events and activities, as well as information on a variety of subjects. Fall 2011 Agriculture Newsletter Important - If you would like to start or continue receiving newsletters, you must contact our office. If you are currently receiving newsletters, you will be dropped from the list if you do not respond. Call our office at 722-3229 to continue receiving newsletters. Due to budget cuts, we cannot afford to mail items to those who do not want

them. For those who wish to receive mailings, we will mail quarterly newsletters, either by postal mail or email. We will still continue the weekly columns in the local newspaper. •Upcoming events, activities, and programs -Master Beef Producer classes will be starting in both Lawrence (931-7625506) and Hardin County (731-925-3441) this fall. Lawrence County starts classes in September, and Hardin County starts in October. If you would like to participate, please contact their offices for dates and locations. -Hardin County will once again be having a feeder calf sale at the

HARDIN COUNTY STOCKYARD 3350 HWY 226, SAVANNAH, TN 38372 731-925-3287 931-224-2247 MARKET REPORT AUGUST 3, 2011 Total Hd 429 Last Week 602 Last Yr 686 Cattle 413 Goats 16 Hogs 0 #1 STEERS & BULLS 200-300 WT 151.00-166.00 300-400 WT 143.00-151.00 400-500 WT 134.00-143.00 500-600 WT 128.00-134.00 600-700 WT 124.00-128.00 700-800 WT 116.00-124.00 800-900 WT 108.00-116.00 #1 HEIFERS 200-300 WT 134.00-141.00 300-400 WT 128.00-134.00 400-500 WT 124.00-128.00 500-600 WT 118.00-124.00 600-700 WT 114.00-118.00 700-800 WT 106.00-114.00 800-900 WT 101.00-106.00 HIGH DRESSING UTILITY COWS 64.00-71.50 HIGH DRESSING SLAUGHTER BULLS 78.00-82.50

Hardin County Stockyard. Please contact our office by Friday, August 12 with the number of calves you plan to bring. Phone (931)722-3229. - We are holding a Pesticide Recertification class on September 13 at our office (top floor of the court house). This is for recertification only. Class starts at 5:30 P.M. -In addition, we are also holding a BQA training on September 13. Class starts at 6 P.M. Call to register for one or both of these classes. Hardin County will be holding pesticide classes on August 23rd and 25th. If you would like to register for them, please call the Hardin County office (731-925-3441). -The Tennessee Department of Agriculture will begin notifying producers of approvals for the Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP), by mail starting around Aug. 15. • Beef cattle - Now is the time to start taking stock of your feed inventory. Do you have enough hay to carry your herd through the winter? What if the winter starts early and/or goes long? If not, consider your options. Do you want to purchase grain or hay to supplement your own hay? If not, you may need to sell some stock. Remember, it’s better to have wasted hay come spring, than to lose cows to starvation. • Hay and Forage Late summer and fall is the time to overseed with winter annuals and cool


season perennials. When planting, make sure your planting depth isn’t too deep and remember, you must keep livestock off newly growing forages. When the root system is young, it can’t handle the stress of being stomped or grazed. It’s also time to start stockpiling fescue and other grasses for late season grazing. It’s been said that hay costs three to five times as much as the same amount of grass. I’m not so sure it’s not more. Stockpiling is an effective tool to increase profits. • Lawn and Garden Many of us are picking tomatoes, corn, squash, and peppers, but spring and summer aren’t the only times to garden. Consider adding winter squash, turnips, carrots, onions, cabbage, and many others for a fall garden. These veggies will be fresh when everything else is dead or frozen. Even if you don’t want a fall bounty, consider adding a cover crop to your bare garden soil. Crimson clover is an annual that adds nitrogen to the soil and protects the ground from erosion. Besides planting a cover crop, another option is to mulch with straw, which increases organic matter in your soil as it rots. • Wildlife - Year-round food plots are happening more and more. Although deer may leave foodplots in fall to seek out acorns, foodplots are still important in the fall and especially winter. Acorn crops fluctuate from year to year, and foodplots are good for more than just deer and turkey. Consider planting a good seed mixture, or plant sections of different types of plants to see what preference the wildlife have. By planting forages

that mature at different times, you can keep deer feeding for months on end. • Other enterprisesAs often as not, small livestock farms raising horses, miniature cattle, sheep, goats, llamas, or alpacas purchase hay instead of growing their own. Since it’s not cost effective to own a tractor, baler, mower, and rake, most farms will be looking to purchase small square bales, or have round bales delivered. The problem is not all hay is created equal. Animals ingest lower amounts of low quality hay, which is ironic since animals need more quantity of a low quality hay to make up for the nutrient deficiencies. Whether you are the buyer or seller, you have two options. One is to have your hay tested. The other is to look, feel,

smell, and taste (okay maybe you don’t want to do that last one) the hay you’re buying/selling. Rough hay means more stems. Green colors mean the hay has retained more nutrition than say dark brown. Musty smells could mean mold. By learning what good hay looks, feels, and smells like, you’ll keep your livestock happy and healthy.

Decoration Sunday, Aug. 14 Copeland Cmtry. Decoration will be observed at Copeland Cemetery on the Head of Green River, Sunday, August 14, 2011. Everyone is welcome to attend. Subscribe Today! Call 722-5429 We Accept Credit Cards!

RODEO — CALVARY RODEO Hardin County Fair • Monday, Sept. 5, 2011 starts at 5:00 p.m. Call Robert Johnson at 731-926-1243 Pat Evans at 731-925-8251 or 877-656-3311 for more info

The events are bull riding, calf roping, team roping, bronc riding, barrel racing. Mutton Bustin’ — Prior To Rodeo Open Scoop Race - $50.00 Prize Children’s Calf Scramble - $25.00 Prize The fair admission with get you into the rodeo.

MUD WRESTLING Thurs.,Sept. 8 7 p.m.


Mens & Womens Divisions

Slippery Pig Contest immediately following Wrestling take place between mud Mud wrestling event

must be 18 or over to participate

$50.00 Prize

$150 First Place

to the winner Ages 17 and under

Enter day of event $100 Second Place $50 Third Place Contact: Gerry Lambert or John McRae 1-731-926-5754 or 1-731-438-1731


Hardin County Agricultural Fair Hardin County Fairgrounds • Savannah, Tennessee


AND TRACTOR PULL Thurs., August 25 • 7:00 p.m.


$15 PER TRACTOR AND PER CLASS - ONE HOOK PER TRACTOR & PER CLASS Farm Stock 5500 & 6500 lb.: $100 1st place; Trophies - 3 places Turbo Farm Stock - 9500 & 10,500 lb.: $100 1st place; Trophies - 3 places Non-Turbo Farm Stock - 9500 & 10,500 lb.: $100 1st place; Trophies - 3 places Hot Farm Stock - 10,000 lb.: $100 1st place; Trophies - 3 places Super Farm Stock - 9300 lb.: Prize Money Only 1st Place - $300; 2nd Place - $200; 3rd Place - $100

Street Truck Pull 10 TRUCKS - GAS; 10 TRUCKS - DIESEL; ONE HOOK PER TRUCK Tags, proof of insurance, drivers license and D.O.T. approved tires


Propane Bottles

For Info, Call: Brian Neal 937-483-6100

Filled At Bundrant Car Care Highway 64 East Open 5 A.M. - 10 P.M.

Annual Feeder Calf Sale CONSIGNMENT ONLY Hardin County Stockyard Savannah, TN Monday, August 15th - 8 P.M. Cattle will be state graded And sold in uniform lots. Several loads of video cattle also selling!

JAMES Y. ROSS, SR., ATTY. For Estate Of Joyce Wilkerson, Dec.

Please call to consign your cattle: Harry Floyd - 931-224-2247, 931-722-3100 or 731-925-3287 Or your local extension office.


JustDance Winners In Natl. Competition

Middle Tennessee City Managers Meet At Ross Creek, Clifton On Tuesday, July 12th, City Managers from across Middle and West TN were in Clifton for the Middle TN City Managers Meeting. The meeting was held at Ross Creek Landing Golf Club. A barbecue lunch was prepared for the group by Clifton Police Chief and renowned smoker Byron Skelton. The lunch was provided by the TN Municipal League Risk Management Pool. The meeting held every few months is coordinated by the Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS) to allow City Managers to come together in a learning atmosphere. This helps City Managers stay current on the changes in the profession. At July’s meeting, MTAS Legal Consultant Josh Jones presented those present with a Municipal Legislative Update, informing the group of all the bills passed by the State Legislature that would have effect on our communities and its leaders. City Managers from the immediate area in attendance: John Hickman (Waynesboro), C. Seth Sumner (host city Clifton), and Garry Welch (Savannah). Managers came from as far away as Murfreesboro and LaVergne. All together between MTAS consultants, Pool representatives, and City Managers, every table at



the Ross Creek Landing Golf Club was full. Savannah’s City Manager Garry Welch stated, “The Clifton setting was beautiful. We are very blessed in our Hardin and Wayne County region. It was an excellent meeting especially the information we received from our MTAS speaker about recent legislative changes which will affect our community.” Former Clifton City Manager and current MTAS Management Consultant, Dana Deem, put the event together. Clifton City Manager C. Seth Sumner stated that he was very pleased to host the event when asked several months ago. A major goal as a City Manager is “finding any opportunity to highlight our beautiful community and bring visitors (not to mention revenue) to the City”, explained Sumner. Guests were invited to play a round of golf at their own expense after the meeting concluded. Several stayed and endured the heat to play on the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course.

. . .Lutts

(Continued From Page One)

for the U.S. Postal Service to maintain its nearly 32,000 retail offices — the largest retail network in the country — diminishes. “Today, more than 35% of the Postal Service’s retail revenue comes from expanded access locations

such as grocery stores, drug stores, office supply stores, retail chains, selfservice kiosks, ATMs and, open 24/7,” said Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe. “Our customer’s habits have made it clear that they no longer require a physical post office to conduct most of their postal business.” Smaller communities such as Lutts and the five Hardin County communities facing closure would possibly disagree with Postmaster Donahoe. The Postal Service has however tried to allow for areas in which technology is not as easily accessible by introducing the “Village Post Office”. Village Post Offices would be operated by local businesses, such as pharmacies, grocery stores and other appropriate retailers, and would offer popular postal products and services such as stamps and flat-rate packaging. “By working with thirdparty retailers, we’re creating easier, more convenient access to our products and services when and where our customers want them,” Donahoe said. “The Village Post Office will offer another way for us to meet our customers’ needs.” In the Postal Reorganization Act it states: The Postal Service shall have as its basic function the obligation to provide postal services to bind the Nation together through the personal, educational, literary, and business correspondence of the people. It shall provide prompt, reliable, and efficient services to patrons in all areas and shall render postal services to all










$14,999* STOCK NO. A1096



$34,990 STOCK NO. CG1011A

2010 KIA





NOW $13,990*


$11,990* STOCK NO.P1030




$17,990* TRACKER




‘08 FORD

communities. Not sure that motto is really representative of the new streamlined U.S. Postal Service. So what will our Post Office of the future look like? “The Postal Service of the future will be smaller, leaner and more competitive and it will continue to drive commerce, serve communities, and deliver value,” Donahoe added. The U. S. Postal Service is asking that you not look at the Postal Service and see only brick and mortar. They would like for you to look online at, at mobile devices. They want you to buy your Postal Service products at other retail outlets, grocery stores, and pharmacies. Your letter carriers will still pick up packages at homes and offices but you will have expanded access to products and services in your neighborhood. Customer needs have changed dramatically they say. We receive and pay our bills online and communicate by email and text message. We demand easier, more convenient access to Postal products and services when and where we want them — online, on our smart phones and at the stores we frequent. So the only individuals this apparently will affect are those of us without access to smart phones, Walgreens, Sam’s Clubs, Wal-Marts, and Costcos. And this U.S. Postal Service motto, we’re everywhere so you can be anywhere: www.uspseverywhere. com, should leave us all warm and fuzzy since everyone has access to the internet...right?


$6,990* $9,990*


EXPEDITION 1350 WAYNE ROAD SAVANNAH, TENN. 4x4 Visit Us For Daily Specials At

$16,990* CALL 731-925-9016 OR TOLL FREE 800-284-5811 STOCK NO. A1114

PAGE 19A AUG 10.indd 1

* Prices include $289.95 CSF, Plus TT&L 8/9/11 4:13:33 PM


Chamber / Welcome Ctr. Join Together In Quilting Project, Relay For Life

Friday’s event. Guild member Vera Hime came to the rescue, connecting the chamber director to Ms. Gene Clifton who, at the release of this issue is finishing the quilt project. Ms. Gracie’s Quilting By The Creek, a fellow chamber member and quilt quild member contributed additional materials as did Ms. Clifton of Gene’s Machine Quilting in Ethridge. The chamber began taking sealed bids last

Friday for the quilt and is also accepting open bids. Bidding ends Friday at 4 P.M. At that time all sealed bids will be opened and the highest bid, either through open or sealed bid will be accepted and donated to this year’s Relay For Life. If the highest bidder declines, the next highest bid, opened or sealed will be accepted. This quilt would make someone a great gift, an heirloom to be cherished for generations. If you

would like to bid on the Relay For Life Fighters’ Quilt, call 931-7223575, email chamber@ or stop by the chamber’s office inside the county courthouse during normal business hours. The lowest open bid will be available to you and you can then make your bid. The chamber of commerce is grateful to everyone who supported and contributed to this important community project.

Ribbon Cutting At Radio Station

The Wayne County Chamber and Wayne County Welcome Center quilt project came about last year when the two groups were searching for a unique project to help raise funds for Relay For Life. As so many chamber members are heavily involved in other Relay activities and fundraising events, they wanted to find something no one else had done before. Hickman County had previously created a similar quilt for a past Relay For Life event so they decided to give it a try. They approached volunteers at the welcome center who often display their works at the center and volunteers Allen Berry and Gene Nelson were more than happy to volunteer their time and service! Together

Gene and Allen designed the look for the quilt, consisting of the crescent moon and stars that make up the Relay For Life symbol. The chamber decided to set up a booth at last year’s event and take the names of anyone that had battled cancer. Family members and friends of cancer fighters made a set donation to have their loved ones names embroidered on the quilt. They also had the option of purchasing an entire block on the quilt for an additional set donation. The chamber raised $215 for Relay last year, mostly through the smaller donations. As Allen, Gene and Rena were deciding the layout of the design, they discovered there were enough blocks to put everyone’s name in their own block unless

the family had requested that specific names, such as spouses who had both fought cancer, be put together in a single block. Allen enlisted the assistance of Judy Coffman in embroidering the names on the blocks while he appliqued the stars and moons and pieced the quilt together. Allen also donated all the materials in the quilt top. With quilters being in such high demand, they have run a little behind on getting it quilted. The Square Quilters Guild was so very helpful in their last minute efforts to have the project completed in time for

If you weren’t listening to local radio station 930 AM last Saturday morning, you missed a great Coaches Show that featured local high school Coach Michael Statom of Collinwood High and Coach Rick Rice of Wayne County High. The coaches talked about their teams’ level of skill, past and returning players and the season ahead for both school teams. Following the live session with play by play sportscaster David Hasting, the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for new station owner Charles (Chuck) Koblentz. It was great to have both Wayne County media outlets represented at the ribbon cutting. In photo (back row): Chamber board members Roger Smith and Sarah Cook and Sports Production Manager Jeff Reese. (Front row from left) Collinwood High School Coach Michael Statom, Wayne County High School Coach Rick Rice, Big Oldies Play by Play Host David Hasting, new station owner Charles (Chuck) Koblentz, former station owner Jonathan (Apple) Rabick, Green River Stables owner and Sports Production Assistant Trisha Reese, and Wayne County News Sales Representative Diana Chambers and daughter Aaliyah York.

Chasing Bargains Main Street In Clifton “You Never Know What You Might Find”

Large Selection For All Your Pageant, Crowning & Prom Needs

Jewelry (New & Used) Clothes, Decoration Flowers, Consignment, Furniture, Tanning Beds, Home Decor, Books & Movies

NEED EXPERT SERVICE ON YOUR VEHICLE? We Provide ASE Certified Service On All Models Of GM, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Ford And Most Imports. We Use Genuine AC Delco, Mopar And Motorcraft Parts. We Provide a 12 Month, 12,000 Mile Warranty On All Factory Parts Installed On Your Vehicle OIL & FILTER CHANGE

$19.88* * Excludes Diesel and Specialty Oils, Plus Tax

CLIP & SAVE PAGE 20A AUG 10.indd 1



1350 Wayne Road • Savannah Call For An Appointment 731-925-9016 or Toll Free 800-284-5811


$44.88* * Light Duty Vehicles Only Plus Tax

CLIP & SAVE 8/9/11 2:42:21 PM

Wayne County News 08-10-11  

Wayne County Newspaper Dated 08-10-11

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you