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Grand Jury Returns Indictments Against Eight Individuals with entering storage units at the Piggly Wiggly Storage facility. Frazier is charged with the theft of hunting and fishing equipment with a value over $1,000 but less than $10,000 from Ryan Tyhouis. Also on the 6th of July, Frazier is charged with taking tools, furniture, and toys whose value is more than $1,000 but less than $10,000 from the storage unit of Christopher Morris. Then on July 10, 2011, Frazier is charged with entering storage units at the Volunteer Storage facility. On this day, Frazier is charged with taking a military backpack less than $500 in value from Rodney John’s unit and also taking items of around $500 in value from multiple other storage units. Prosecuting officer was Shang Rippy for these indictments against John E. Frazier. John E. Frazier is charged with four counts of Burglary and four counts of Theft. On the 6th of July, Frazier broke into a storage unit at B&G storage. Then on the 9th of July, Frazier broke into storage units at Sledges Storage. There he took furniture valued more

Voters Reminded Of New Law Effective In 2012 The Tennessee General Assembly recently passed a law to make the elections process more secure. Beginning in 2012, voters must present identification bearing their names and photographs in order to vote, just as if they were boarding an airplane or cashing a check. The process is simple: voters who do not have valid photo IDs may obtain free photo IDs for voting from any participating Department of Safety driver service center across the state. And voters over the age of 60 who have driver’s licenses without photos and no other form of valid photo IDs for voting may have their photos added to their licenses free of charge if they present a voter registration card. County election commissions are making efforts now to get the message out about the changes well in advance of the 2012 elections. “Our staff is prepared to help voters learn about the new requirements, and, if necessary, how to get a photo ID,” said Lillie Ruth Brewer. “We will do our best to ensure (Continued On Page Two)

On Monday, September 12, 2011 the Clifton Beer Board met to discuss violations against Cynthia’s Tavern. Mayor Robert Culp called the meeting to order. A roll call was taken. Mayor Robert Culp, Vice Mayor David Primm, Commissioners Tommy Boyd, Eva Ruth Warren and Clyde Carroll were present. Cynthia’s Tavern was noted to be non-compliant with the Fire Marshalls Office’s request to update safety infrastructure for the building. Mayor Culp asked Mr. Pyle to address the board. He stated that everything had been done except for a small amount of painting. He also said they had received nothing from the Fire Marshall who was supposed to inspect the premises that week. Mayor Culp stated that the board would need something in writing to give approval

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Your Business Tour 2011” bicycle route had brought him through Waynesboro late Monday afternoon. Chamber member David Baker joined Staub and riding partner Randy Hoover along Hwy 64 in Lawrenceburg. After a short interview that can now be viewed on Facebook, Staub, Hoover and Baker continued on the bicycle tour to Waynesboro. Staub will continue traveling by bicycle from Knoxville to Memphis promoting small business growth in TN. “This 400 (Continued On Page Sixteen)

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Local Business Owners Attend Seminar “Grow Your Business Tour”

Early Tuesday morning, local business owners enjoyed a breakfast seminar with Robert Staub, a small business coach and advocate. The “Grow Your Business Tour” breakfast was hosted by the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce on September 27th at the Hurricane Inn conference room in Waynesboro. Twenty people attended the breakfast seminar courtesy of Wayne County Bank. Coach Staub’s “Grow

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Two Charged With Over 20 Counts Each Burglary

The following criminal indictments were handed down by the Wayne County Grand Jury during its regular session on Monday, August 8, 2011. Each of the indictment documents charges that the defendant “Did unlawfully, intentionally, knowingly or recklessly” commit the offense listed “all of which is against the peace and dignity of the State of TN”. John S. Crandell is charged with five misdemeanors. Drivers License Law, Seatbelt, Traffic Control Device, Registration Law, and Financial Responsibility on or about May 17th. Prosecuting officer was Kenneth Littrell. Orin S. Daniel is charged two felonies. Burglary when he entered J.D. Caperton’s garage in Iron City with the intent to commit a theft and Theft of $17,420 in cash from the property on or about June 7th. Prosecuting officer was Kenneth Martin. John E. Frazier is charged with four counts of Burglary and four counts of Theft for the storage facility burglaries which occurred in July. On July 6th, he is charged

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for the establishment to reopen. The mayor asked Clifton Chief of Police Byron Skelton if he had anything to add to the discussion. Chief Skelton said that he understood that the Fire Marshall would have to inspect the business and provide proper paperwork. He also said that he had six instances where patrons were being served at the establishment at times that Mr. Pyle volunteered to close the business until the business was authorized as compliant by the Fire Marshall. Mayor Culp stated that the beer board had documentation of three occasions. Chief Skelton said that these violations occurred after the three being discussed that evening. Chief Skelton also said that there was a problem with the application. There was an application that was approved for 304 Main Street with a chef providing Cajun food on the premises. Since the restaurant had moved to 106 East Pillow Street, Chief Skelton explained that an individual 19 years of age was served alcohol

and no one checked any form of identification. Mr. Pyle stated that he had people checking ID’s and apparently they had missed this person. Chief Skelton told him that no one had even asked the 19 year old for identification. Commissioner Boyd makes a motion to revoke the license for Cynthia’s Tavern. Vice Mayor David Primm provided a second. In a roll call vote the Clifton Beer Board voted unanimously to revoke the beer permit. Chief Skelton explained to Mr. Powell that he has the right within 10 days to file with the circuit court in Wayne County for injury in the matter. He explained he could do that through Bill Crews’ office. And upon the revocation Mr. Pyle cannot reapply for a license for ten years. Mayor Culp then dismissed the meeting of the Clifton Beer Board. Next, Mayor Culp calls the Commission meeting to order. He asked Pastor Josh Layne of Clifton United Methodist Church to give the invocation. The pledge of allegiance (Continued On Page Three

Unemployment Drops Slightly In Month Of August On Tuesday, September 13, 2011 Waynesboro Rotary Club had a special guest at their usual weekly luncheon at Bradley’s Restaurant. The Rotary Club District Governor Charles Richard Bowers was the guest speaker. Bowers, a Rotarian since 1996, lives in Nashville with his wife Kay. He is a member of the Brentwood Rotary Club and she is a member of the Nashville Rotary. Dick, as he is called, is an avid sportsman. In 1996, he even hiked the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine with his dog Happy. Bowers shared many interesting facts about

Rotary International and the Rotary Clubs in this district. There are 34,000 Rotary Clubs across the world. The oldest club in the district is the Nashville Rotary Club. Still, three quarters of Rotary Clubs (75%) are outside the United States. There are 1.2 million Rotarians around the world. District Governor Bowers then presented past Waynesboro Rotary Club president Jason Rich with the District Starr Award for the 20102011 club of the year. Rich stated, “Each year when a club donates $100 per member to the (Continued On Page Five )

Karla Davis TN’s Commissioner of Labor & Workforce Development announced on Thursday, September 15th that the state’s unemployment rate for August had dropped 0.1% from July. The month of August 2011 is the first month since August 2010 that the state unemployment rate has decreased. TN’s unemployment rate of 9.7% even though being down this month is still higher than the 9.1% national unemployment rate. Commissioner Davis stated, “Each year from July to August, we see a balance of seasonal hires and layoffs. Jobs related to education have resumed and summer temporary hires are ending.” According to

Labor & Workforce Development’s monthly survey of 10,000 businesses in TN, local and state service jobs have increased by 12,100. However, service providing jobs associated with summer work declined in areas such as leisure and hospitality (-1,800 jobs) and retail trade (-800 jobs). There were major changes in estimated nonagricultural employment from July 2011 to August 2011. Interestingly, month to month increases occurred in local government where jobs are up 13,600. Also seeing an increase, administrative, support, and waste services were up 6,300 jobs. Educational and health (Continued On Page Five)

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The Waynesboro Rotary Club met for its regular Tuesday meeting on September 20. Rotarian Jason Rich was in charge of the program and he introduced Jerry Hodges, president of SRM Construction in Columbia, as the guest speaker for the day. Mr. Hodges shared with the group about a habilitation house, a project that he presented to the Wayne County Commission on Monday night, September 20th. The county is looking into this project deeper to see if it might possibly get built in Wayne County.

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even if expired, include: a Tennessee driver’s license with a photo, a United States passport, a Department of Safety photo ID, a United States military photo ID, a stateissued handgun carry permit, or any other photo ID issued by the federal or state government, except college student IDs. “Local election administrators are working hard to prepare voters and poll workers,” said Secretary of State Tre Hargett. “I am confident this law will be beneficial and can be implemented smoothly.” Some citizens will be exempt from the new law, including: absentee voters, residents of nursing homes or assisted living centers who vote at the facility, people who are hospitalized, people who have religious objections to being photographed and those who are indigent and unable to pay for photo IDs. Voters who do not bring photo IDs to the polls may vote with provisional ballots that will be counted if they return to their local election commission office and present a valid photo ID within two business days of the election. For more information about the voting requirements, contact the Wayne County Election Commission at 7223517 or call Mark Goins, Coordinator of Elections, or Andrew Dodd, Elections Specialist, in the state Division of Elections at 1-877-8504959.


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followed. After the roll call was conducted and all were present Mayor Culp asked for approval of the previous meeting’s minutes. Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren gave the motion. Vice Mayor Primm provided the second. The motion passed. Then Mayor Culp asked for new business from the audience. Ms. Emma Brown addressed the Commission about a concern over a neighboring property. Clifton City Manager C. Seth Sumner assured her that the City had visited the location and that the property owner is aware of the proper procedures for disposing of waste from recreational vehicles. They do not have any suspicions at this time of improper disposal by individuals

using the RVs. Ms. Brown also expressed her displeasure that over the years, the City had not maintained the TVA access road past her property. Mayor Culp said that they would look into this matter and try to help resolve the situation. Next, Mayor Culp stated that there was no old business on the agenda that evening. In new business, there was a resolution to adopt a Limited English Proficiency policy. City Manager Sumner stated that the city needed to have procedures in place in the event that someone required assistance who did not speak proficient English. He stated that there had never been an issue with this before but that a procedure needed to be on record for future occasions. Sumner received a sample

policy from the Title VI office and he revised the document to fit the city’s guidelines. He presented the document to the Commission. Sumner stated that he had set up an account with a company who provides language assistance. The service is a pay per use so there would be no charge to the city unless the service was needed. Mayor Culp asked if there was a motion to adopt the policy. Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren made the motion. Commissioner Clyde Carroll provided a second. The motion passed. In department reports, Chief Skelton stated that the police department was still waiting on their vehicles to be outfitted. Mayor Culp asked what the hold up was. Skelton told the Commission that the company had to order the cages from California because the vehicles are

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Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren asked if the grant allowed for refurbished playground equipment. Kelley explained that when the grant was written back in 2008 asphalt was much cheaper. Commissioner Warren also asked if there would be any of Clifton’s huge rocks incorporated into the playground. Kelley said yes that was part of the plan because children like to play on them. Wastewater Plant Manager Craig Holder was not present to discuss department reports. City Manager Sumner stated there was nothing to discuss for this department. City Manager Sumner told the Commission that an antenna had been installed a top the city hall building. This antenna is to give Clifton Police Department better coverage for Main Street

where signal strength has been an issue. City Manager asked Chief Skelton how it had been working. Chief Skelton said that he had talked with AT&T and everything was going smoothly now. City Manager Sumner stated that they were awarded the TML Safety grant which had been applied for the Clifton Fire Department for safety equipment. It will be a matching grant up to $1,000 or 50% of whatever is spent. He explained that $400 had already been spent and they have plans for the rest of the funds. They will just need to make the purchase and TML will reimburse the city. Sumner also stated the city had already begun to be reimbursed for the LPRF grant. So far the city has received almost $32,000 of the $50,000 (Continued On Page Five)

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Betty Frances (Granny) Staggs Garrett, Waynesboro, TN was born September 21, 1948 in Waynesboro, the daughter of Gladys Marie Ray Staggs Sherrill of Clifton, TN, who survives, and the late Taylor Edna Staggs. She was united in marriage to Robert Andrew Garrett on July 24, 1965 and he preceded her in death on January 2, 2003. Mrs. Garrett was a retired machine operator from Texas Boot, was of the Baptist faith, and was co-operator of Nannyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Grannyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in Waynesboro. She departed this life on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 63 Years. Other than her mother, she is survived by a daughter, Vickie Morrow and husband, Chris of Waynesboro; sons, Michael Garrett and wife, Lisa, Robert (Buddy) Garrett and wife, Tera, and Daniel Garrett all of Waynesboro, Nathan Garrett and wife, Renea of Marvel, AR, and Scottie Garrett and wife, Tracy of Florence, AL; grandchildren, Erik, Vanessa, and Channing Morrow, Virginia, Nikki, Stetson, Coty, Cameron, Leah, and McKayla Garrett; great-grandchildren, Cameron and Gabe Lovett, Hinder Morrow, and Bree and Chanston Griggs; six step-grandchildren; one stepgreat-grandchild; a brother, John Elbert Staggs and wife, Diane of Clifton; sisters, Freddie Gray and Shirley Morrow and husband, Junior all of Waynesboro, Glenda Ponds and husband, Wayne of Adamsville, TN, Mary Copeland and husband, Danny of Savannah, TN, and Faye Greer of Clifton; several nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband and father, Mrs. Garrett was preceded in death by her step-father, Roy D. Sherrill; and brother, Samuel Taylor (Bodie) Staggs. Services were Friday, September 23 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home Chapel in Waynesboro, with John McDonald and Roseann Teeftaller officiating. Burial was in the Highland United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lawrenceburg Highway. Sept. 28-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Sept. 28, 2011

Jimmie Carroll Stanfield

Jimmie Carroll Stanfield of Waynesboro, TN was born March 14, 1920 in Waynesboro, Tennessee, the daughter of the late Leonard and Inous McLean Carroll. She was united in marriage to Otis Stanfield and he preceded her in death on September 25, 1957. Mrs. Stanfield was retired from Genesco and was a member of the Waynesboro Church of Christ in Waynesboro, Tennessee. Mrs. Stanfield departed this life on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at Wayne County Nursing Home in Waynesboro, Tennessee at the age of 91 Years. She is survived by sons, James T. Stanfield, Bon Aqua, TN, Patrick M. Stanfield, Waynesboro, TN; daughters, Della S. Butler, Florence, AL, Billie Jones, Smyrna, TN, Molly S. Davidson, Huntsville, AL; 12 Grandchildren, 9 Great Grandchildren. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Stanfield was preceded in death by a daughter, Martha S. Burton; brothers, Vernon Carroll, Rex Carroll; sisters, Etah DeVasure, Ruth Gobbell. Services were Monday, September 26, 2011 at 3:00 PM at Shackelford Funeral Home Chapel, Waynesboro, Tennessee, with Bobby Pinckley and Ronnie Pope officiating. Burial was in the Mt. Hope Cemetery, Waynesboro, Tennessee with Shackelford Funeral Directors, Wayne County, directing. Pallbearers were Doug Butler, Scott Butler, Chandler Prince, Larry Burton, Ricky Davidson, Brenden Burton. Sept. 28-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Sept. 28, 2011

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Wanda June Bevis Hayes of Iron City, TN was born July 19, 1939 in Wayne Co., Tennessee, the daughter of the late Willie Robert and Artie Lea Erwin Bevis. She was united in marriage to Ottis Jude Hayes on August 3, 1962 and he preceded her in death on December 24, 2006. Mrs. Hayes was a retired sewing machine operator and a member of the Church of Christ. Mrs. Hayes departed this life on Friday, September 23 at E. C. M. Hospital in Florence, Alabama at the age of 72 Years. She is survived by a son, Michael Dewayne Hayes of Lutts, TN; a daughter, Lisa Gay Hayes of Iron City; grandchildren, Daniel Brison, London Brison, and Shelby Hayes; sisters, Louise Bevis of Lutts, and Barbara Hunt of Lutts; nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Hayes was preceded in death by a brother, Ray Bevis. Services were Sunday, September 25 at 3:30 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home Chapel, Collinwood, Tennessee, with Luke Woodman and Sonny Bogus officiating. Burial was in the Balentine Cemetery, Lutts. Pallbearers were Robert Lee, Glenn Gray, Elmo Littrell, Leo Littrell, Chase Walters, and Ronnie Erwin.

David Paul Daniel of Iron City, TN was born September 19, 1943 in Collinwood, Tennessee, the son of Geraldine Daniel of Collinwood, who survives and the late Donnie Wafford Daniel. He was united in marriage to Judy Ann Brewer on April 21, 1972. Mr. Daniel was a retired employee of Murray Ohio Mfg. Co. in Lawrenceburg, TN where he worked twenty-one years. He was a member of the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church near Collinwood. Mr. Daniel departed this life on Friday, September 23, 2011 at Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital in Florence, Alabama at the age of 68 Years. Other than his mother, he is survived by his wife, Judy Ann Daniel, Iron City; brothers, Gaylon Daniel and wife, Marilyn, Cypress Inn, TN, and Curtis Daniel and wife, Kathy, Iron City; sisters, Beverly Oakley and husband, Roy, Florence, AL, Ava Wilson and husband, James K., Smyrna, TN, Donna Risch and husband, Tom, Nashville, TN, and Rachel Daniel, Collinwood; several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews. In addition to his father, Mr. Daniel was preceded in death by grandparents, Harvey McKinley and Clara Mae Brewer Daniel and John Henry William and Madgie Lee Russ Daniel. Services were Tuesday, September 27 at 11 A.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home Chapel, Collinwood with Ricky Nelson and Scott Frakes officiating. Burial was in the Macedonia Cemetery near Collinwood. Pallbearers were Curtis Daniel, Gaylon Daniel, James Daniel, Edwin Daniel, Kevin Daniel, and Bo Daniel.

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Ruby Lomax Mathis Flurry Ruby Elizabeth Lomax Mathis Flurry of Waynesboro, TN was born January 16, 1923 in Flatwoods, Tennessee, the daughter of the late John Thomas and Martha Tune Lomax. Mrs. Flurry was a retired employee of Genesco, a member of the Waynesboro Church of Christ in Waynesboro, and a member of LIPS. Mrs. Flurry departed this life on Thursday, September 22, 2011 at Wayne Care Nursing Home in Waynesboro, at the age of 88 Years. She is survived by a son, Fred Allen Mathis Jr. and wife, Frances; a daughter, Janice Stooksberry all of Waynesboro; grandchildren, Brian Mathis, Wayne Gipson and wife, Bridget, Gwen Wilbanks and husband, Chris, and Kim Sherrill and husband, Ricky; great-grandchildren, Chassidy, Cessaley,and Chandler Gipson, Nicholas and Greg Sherrill, and Jake and Shelby Wilbanks; a brother, Dwight Lomax of OH; sisters, Johnnie Lomax of FL, and Vertie Skelton of Waynesboro; nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Mrs Flurry was preceded in death by husbands, Fred Allen Mathis, Sr. and Millard (Bud) Flurry; a brother, Fred Lomax; sisters, Mattie Morris, and Delphia Pope. Services were Sunday, September 25 at 1:30 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home Chapel, Waynesboro, with Ronnie Pope and Bob Haggard officiating. Burial was in the Whitehead Cemetery in the Topsy Community near Waynesboro. Pallbearers were Brian Mathis, Wayne and Chandler Gipson, Greg, Nicholas, and Ricky Sherrill, and Chris and Jake Wilbanks. Sept. 28-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Sept. 28, 2011

W. B. Doyle W. B. Doyle, 83, of Savannah,TN departed this life on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011. Services were held September 27 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Wayne Bittle officiating. Burial was in Old Union Cemetery at Hardin County, TN. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Sept. 28, 2011

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Janet Johnston Smith After a long and valiant fight, Janet Johnston Smith, 49, of Clifton, TN succumbed to cancer on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at Wayne Medical Center, Waynesboro, TN. Janet was born in Savannah, TN, on April 5, 1962 to Robert and Wanda Gant Johnston of Clifton, who survive. For the past several years, she has worked for Peoples Bank of Clifton as an administrative assistant to the bank president. She was an active member of the First United Methodist Church in Waynesboro, TN. She devoted much of her time to her children and grandson. Preceding her in death were her maternal grandparents, Oscar and Jo Gant and great-grandmother, Pearl Sipes of Savannah, TN; also her paternal grandparents, Clay and Mabel Keeton Johnston and great-grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keeton of Clifton, TN. She is survived by her son, Andrew Johnston Smith of Clifton; her daughter, Heather Anne Hunt and her fiance`, Cameron McDonald and her precious grandson, Macaden Gant Hunt of Waynesboro, TN. In addition, she leaves her sister, Loyce Kelly and husband, Scott, niece, Kaitlyn Kelly, and nephew, Keeton Kelly all of Waynesboro; an aunt and uncle, Johnnie and David Morgan of Lutts, TN; two cousins, Lisa Reitz of Redington Beach, FL and John Morgan of Charlotte, NC. Janet had many friends, but two were very special and faithful until the end, Natalie McDonald and Carol Hickerson. Services were Monday, September 26, at 11 A.M. at First United Methodist Church in Waynesboro with David Kingsley, Lea Thornton, and Scott Kelly officiating. Burial was in the Clifton Cemetery at Clifton with Shackelford Funeral Directors, Waynesboro, directing. Pallbearers were Scott Kelly, Cameron McDonald, Keeton Kelly, Bo Mathis, Byron Davis, Jeff Tilley, Autry Gobbell and John Morgan. Sept. 28-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Sept. 28, 2011

Bessie Olene Franks Services for Bessie Olene Franks were held September 26, 2011 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah, TN with Roy Davidson officiating. Burial followed in the Olive Hill Cemetery at Olive, Hill, TN. Mrs. Franks departed this life on Saturday, September 24 at the age of 78 year.

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match. The purchase of playground equipment will complete that grant. City Manager C. Seth Sumner said that Horseshoe Riverbend was a success; there were no arrests or hospital visits. Congressman Blackburn read a statement that field representative Johnny Blakely presented Sumner with during opening ceremony. He said they were going to have that framed and placed in the city hall building. Sumner also said that Senator Corker’s field director attended the festival with her family. They camped at the Clifton Marina. He said they were happy to have them. He is very glad that the family had enjoyed themselves. The Clifton Airport Authority appointed C. Seth Sumner as Chairman and Warren Miller as S e c r e t a r y / Tr e a s u r e r. Sumner explained that an acquisition agent was working to pin point property owners so the project can move forward for the light sites. City Manager Sumner told the Commission that a work crew from CCA would be completing the work on the back of the city hall building this week. Sumner stated that he had looked into the burn ordinance that was brought up at last month’s meeting. He thinks it would be too restrictive for the residents of Clifton’s purposes at that time. Therefore he suggests they not pursue

it unless it becomes a problem. Sumner was also asked to look into the matter of reflectors to be installed on the roadway for fire hydrants. He explained that there were a lot of communities that do this but that the state did not have any requirements or prohibitions on those reflectors. Clifton is free to install them if they wish. Clifton Fire Chief Randy Burns had looked into a neighboring community with these reflectors. Sumner said it was recommended that if these are installed, each needed to be installed in the exact same manner. Commissioner Warren asked if this would be an expense to the city. Sumner told her that yes they would have to purchase the reflectors and a strong enough glue to adhere them to the roadway. Sumner informed the Commission that the Safe Routes to School grant would be opening up in December. He said that he would be keeping that on his schedule. City Manager Sumner stated that he had been approached by a veterans group about the possibility of bringing a moving wall to Clifton. The moving wall is a complete replica of the Vietnam Memorial. He is looking into ways of funding the project. Sumner told the Commission that the Assistance for Firefighters grant will be closing on September 16th. Sumner said he had filled out as much of the application


The City of Collinwood’s regular Commission meeting will be held on October 18, 2011 instead of October 11, 2011. This is a one time only change.


The Wayne County Soil Conservation District would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who made our annual Farm City Day a success: •Green River Baptist Church •Dairl Andrews •TN Division of Forestry Larry Joe Beckham, Jamie Steele & Terry Brewer •Tri County Animal Clinic Dr. Bell, Kim & Miss Georgia •UT Extension Service Brandon Mitchell & Anita Butler •TVEC - Don Doran •TWRA Pam McDonald & Rusty Thompson •Wayne County Sheriff’s Department •Waynesboro Police Dept. - Seth Norris •Wayne County Highway Dept. •Medi-Serv Inc. Jim Mangubat & Beth Rich, •Brown-Foreman Cooperage Alberto Ramirez & Larry Miller •Farm Bureau and Joe McKinnon •Wayne County 911 Jimmy Turnbow & Board •Wayne County Chamber Of Commerce •Wayne County Beautification Board •Wayne County Bank •Lewis County SCD - Shirley Adkins •Lawrence County SCD •Wayne Farmers Co-op •NRCS - Johnny Barksdale •Cheryl Barksdale •Russell Barnes - TN Dept. Of Agriculture •Grazing Specialist, Donna Garretson •Piggly Wiggly, Waynesboro, John And Sherry Daniel •Subway Of Waynesboro •TDS Telecom •Wayne County Soil Conservation District Board Special thanks to Waynesboro, Collinwood and Clifton Elementary Schools and teachers for allowing their students to share this special day with us!

as he could and was waiting for Chief Burns to complete his portion of the application. He said that it will either be accomplished that week or they would miss it. City Manager Sumner announced the Daryl Worley Golf Tournament would be held at Ross Creek Landing on Friday, September 16th. Sumner said 196 people had already signed up for the event. Sumner stated that he felt the event would be good publicity for Clifton and the golf course. City Manager Sumner stated to the Commission that Mayor Culp would be attending the Governor’s Luncheon on Friday, September 23rd. The governor will be handing out awards after the luncheon for three star communities and Clifton will be receiving an award. Mayor Culp asked Commissioners if they had anything to discuss. Commissioner Tommy Boyd wanted to know about the asphalt for the park. City Manager Sumner stated that he would make some phone calls the following day about this matter. The Commission also discussed a ditch needing repairs in front of the

Pentecostal Church. They also talked about drainage issues at the city park. Then Commissioner Boyd asked about the hole in the road in front of the Dollar Store. Mayor Culp asked City Manager Sumner to check on these issues. Vice Mayor Primm stated that the pledge of allegiance is being targeted. He would like for everyone to voice their concerns to their congressmen and senators. Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren stated that she would like to see the spot needing repaired behind Wayne County Bank fixed. She believes the spot is around 4X8 in size. Vice Mayor Primm also asked when an auction would be held to sell the old police vehicles. City Manager Sumner stated they would wait until they knew there were no problems with the new vehicles. At that time, the city would hold an auction for all surplus items. Mayor Culp asked if there were any more items to discuss. There were none. Mayor Culp then proceeded to adjourn the meeting.



Country Breakfast

LUTTS VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT Saturday, October 1st 7 A.M. To 9 A.M.

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Rotary Annual Fund, they receive the recognition as a Star Club. One hundred percent of the annual fund is spent toward the eradication of Polio worldwide. Approximately, one billion dollars each year is spent to eradicate the disease.” Waynesboro Rotary Club Officers and Directors for 2011-2012: President Jeff Davis, 2nd Vice President Greg Martin, Sgt. At Arms Bill Springer, President Elect John Hickman, Secretary Jerrod Baugus, and Treasurer Gaines Ramsey. The Waynesboro Rotary Club meets every week at Noon on Tuesday at Bradley’s Restaurant on High Street in Waynesboro.

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service jobs increased by 2,200. However from July to August of this year, nondurable goods manufacturing, trade, transportation, and utilities were all down 2,100 jobs. As for county rates, those numbers were released on Thursday, September 22nd. Overall the unemployment rate

decreased in 57 counties, increased in 28, and 10 counties rates’ remained unchanged. Wayne County is one who experienced a decrease. Our rate was 12.1% which is down 0.3% from July’s rate of 12.4%. The surrounding counties which also experienced a decrease where Lawrence 12.8% from July’s 13.4%, Lewis at 12.4% this month from 13.2% in July, and Perry County whose unemployment rate decreased from 14.5% to 14.2% for August. Both Decatur at 11.4% and Hardin at 11.1% experienced no change in their rates. The lowest county unemployment rates are the same as the previous month of July. They are Lincoln with 6.4%, Williamson at 6.8%, and Knox at number three with 7.7%. The highest county unemployment rates are Scott with 19.7% (a decrease of 0.1% from July), Union City at 17.2% and Weakley at 15.2%. Of the six counties bordering Wayne, the lowest rate was reported by Hardin at 11.1%. Decatur County followed with 11.4%.


Brandy Burks On Graduating As Valedictorian From LPN School at Tennessee Technology Center In Hohenwald and Passing Your State Boards! We’re So Proud of You And We Love You! Jay, Ronnie and Amy, Melonie & Stan & Austin


Saturday, October 1 (10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.)

Saturday, October 1 (10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)

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Society News To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Eddie and Marlene Holt of Hohenwald, TN will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary October 2, 2011. Marlene is the daughter of the late Elmer and Ollie Newborn of Collinwood and Eddie is the son of the late Odie and Lucille Holt of Hohenwald. The couple have two children Todd Holt and wife Cathy of Columbia, TN and Brad Holt and wife Diana of Hohenwald. They have four grandchildren, Makenzi and Brennan of Hohenwald, and Abbie and Kate Holt of Columbia. They invite friends and family to a reception, hosted by their children and grandchildren at the Pineview Church of Christ Annex, 753 Columbia Hwy., Hohenwald on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011 from 2 till 4 P.M. No gifts please. Sept. 28, 2011-P.

Holly Creek FCE Club Meets The Holly Creek F.C.E. Club met on September 20, 2011 in the home of Lucille Moore. Hostess was Wanda West. Thought of the month, “It isn’t enough to talk about peace, one must believe it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it, one must work for it.” was read by Lucille. Devotion taken from Psalms Chapter 7 was also read by Lucille and the group then prayed The Lord’s Prayer and song “God Bless America” was sung by everyone. Roll call was answered with a memory of school friends. Roxie Moore called the roll and read the minutes. She also gave the Treasurer’s Report. Business, old and new, included discussing going to the CountyWide F.C.E. meeting on September 28, 2011, at the extension office in Waynesboro. The Project Leader’s report on “Let’s Move More” was read by Lucille Moore. Poem “Delightful People” was read by Betty Dodd after which the meeting was adjourned. All then enjoyed a party plate. Attending were Lucille Moore, Wanda West, Betty Sue Caperton, Roxie Moore, and Betty Dodd. Submitted by Betty Sue Caperton

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Allied Arts Club Meets

The Waynesboro Allied Arts Club met for its annual picnic on September 20, at the home of Dianne Ramsey. A wonderful meal of barbeque, prepared by Jim Beavers, Jr. with side dishes brought by the members was enjoyed beside the Ramsey’s pool. After the meal, the meeting was held with Marla Beavers, president, presiding. The group joined in the pledge to the flag and repeating the Club Collect. After the roll call and reading of the previous meeting, club members discussed the charitable projects for the coming year. Members will buy cards to allow DCH to buy food at various places in October. The November project will include items needed in various places. Members will bring these to the meetings. Hilda Haggard and Ava Barnett were named to plan a fall outing for the group. Those attending were Toopie Stooksberry, Dean Stegall, Angela French, Clara Phillips, Patsy Pope, Ava Barnett, Hilda Haggard, Sue Hickman, Sarah Cook, Gloria Hasting, Sandra Pitts, Marla Beavers, and Dianne Ramsey.

Story & Craft Time C’wood Depot Library Come to Story and Craft Time with Mrs. Becky on the first Wednesday of each month beginning on October 5 at 11:00 a.m. Mrs. Becky hosted the storytime’s for our summer reading and we are excited to offer one each month! For more information and sign up please call 724-2498.

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Hanback - Stricklin To Wed October 8

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanback and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Stricklin would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children Mindy Jo Hanback, to Douglas Boyd Stricklin. Mindy is the granddaughter of Syble Banks of Cypress Inn, and the late Nolie Banks, and Norman Tank of Detroit, MI and the late Christine Tank. She is a 2000 graduate of Collinwood High School, and a 2007 graduate of Athens State University earning a Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education. She is employed by the Wayne County Board of Education as a Pre- Kindergarten teacher at Collinwood Elementary. Douglas is the grandson of Paul Halloway of Florence AL, and the late Ava Holloway, and the late Clarence and Ora Stricklin of Savannah, TN. He is a 1994 graduate of Hardin County High School, and is currently employed at Hunt’s TV and Appliances in Florence, AL. The ceremony will take place on October 8 at 6:30 P.M. at the home of the Bride’s parents, 1140 Bear Creek Road, Collinwood TN. In case of rain the ceremony will be held at Piney Grove Freewill Baptist Church. All friends and family are invited to attend, no formal invitations will be sent. Sept. 28, 2011-(ojb)

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Cornerstone Church To Celebrate 40th Anniversary Oct. 7th.


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Gage and Casen would like to announce the forthcoming marriage of their parents, Shonda Hunt to Derrick Holt. The bride is the daughter of Sherry and Aaron Hunt and the groom is the son of Tina and Doug Holt. The ceremony will take place at 3 o’clock on October 8th at Green River Tabernacle. A reception will follow. All family and friends are invited. Only out of town invitations will be sent. Sept. 28-Oct. 5, 2011-(ojb)

COMMUNITY EVENTS WHITE - ADKINSON FAMILY REUNION The White-Adkinson Family Reunion will be held at the home of Monetta White Ellison, 1990 Cifton Turnpike on Oct. 15, 2011 from 10 A.M. until ? Any and all family and friends are invited to attend. WAYNESBORO LIONS CLUB FALL PANCAKE BREAKFAST OCT. 8TH Waynesboro Lions Club will sponsor a Fall Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, October 8th, 2011. Monies collected will go toward buying glasses for needy Wayne Counties. The public is encouraged to support this cause. Sept. 28, 2011-(ojb)

Cornerstone Church will celebrate their 40th anniversary on Friday, October 7th at 7:30 P.M. The church was founded in 1971. The special speaker for the anniversary celebration will be Bishop and Mrs. Roland Baker from Detroit, MI. Also founding pastor and wife, Bishop and Mrs. Gary Hodum will be in attendance. The church is located at 861 Dogwood Flats Road in Collinwood. Pastor and Mrs. John Hodum along with the magnificent staff and congregation will certainly be honored by all that are in attendance.“We know that you will be greatly empowered, encouraged, and enthralled by the word that will come forth,” a spokesman for the congregation stated. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information call 931-724-4220 or

The Hoppers will be singing at the Hardin County High School Auditorium in Savannah, TN on Thursday, Sept. 29 beginning at 7 P.M. For more information call 731-607-1948. The public is invited. Admission will be charged.

Homecoming Sunday, Oct. 2 Eastview Baptist Homecoming will be observed Sunday, October 2nd at the Eastview Baptist Church. Rocky Hayes will be preaching in the morning service. Lunch will be served at noon. An afternoon of singing will begin at 1:30 featuring the Rays of Sonshine. Everyone is invited to attend.

Mediator Training Oct. 8 In Lawrenceburg Mid South Mediation Services announces that volunteer mediator training for the 22nd Judicial District will be held on Saturday, October 8th from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. at the Lawrence Co. Public Library, 519 E. Gaines St. in Lawrenceburg. For registration information, contact Mary Ellen Bowen at 931209-8119, Dave Boyd, Coordinator, 931-242-5172 or email at vorp7@hotmail. com. Our mediators report that this meaningful training in reconciliation and conflict management really benefits them in their daily lives as well as the clients we serve. Mediation is an opportunity for people who are involved in a dispute to discuss the problem face to face with the help of a trained mediator as a fair witness. Mediation can be used to settle or resolve a situation instead of going to court, or it can be part of the court process. It is an opportunity for the victim and offender to decide how to best settle the problem. Cases can be referred for mediation by a judge, court staff or district attorney, the police or sheriff’s department, the school resource officer or other school personnel, community organizations and individuals. Referrals are accepted on a case-bycase basis and participation is voluntary. Mid South Mediation Services operates in Lewis, Perry, Hickman, Williamson, Lawrence, Wayne and Giles Counties, covering the 21st and 22nd Judicial Districts. Since its inception the program has processed over 7,500 referrals. The organization conducts volunteer mediation trainings for each judicial district, where community members are instructed in the basics of peaceful communication skills, conflict resolution techniques and anger management. Mid South Mediation Services also conducts classes that are open to the public and teach ways to handle disagreements without fighting, how to manage temper, fear, resentment and other negative emotions that can lead to or result from confrontations with others.

Annual Singing Kinsmen Reunion Sat., October 1st.

The annual Singing Kinsmen reunion will be held Saturday, October 1 at the Shawnettee United Methodist Church in Collinwood. The reunion will kickoff with the serving of chicken plates beginning at 4 P.M. and continuing until 5:30 P.M., followed by the reunion singing of the Kinsmen at 6 P.M. Please call Shannon West at 724-5248 and leave message or call Holly Rich at Collinwood Hardware 724-4616 to place your orders early for the plates, in order to determine how much food is needed. Extra plates will be available. Former members of the group are excited about getting together again this year for what has come to be an expected annual event. The Kinsmen traveled many miles in the seventies and eighties across Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. They even made a few trips to Texas

and Arkansas sharing southern gospel music. Group members included, Charles Dixon, Dennis Andrews, Billy Horton, Roger Dixon, Melvin Dixon, Anita Dixon, Lynn Horton, Vernon Calton, Daryl Calton, Lisa Calton, Gloria Calton Williams, Bill Calton and Ben Daniel. There will also be appearances by some of the group members children, singing specials to add to the night. Everyone is invited to attend. This event is sponsored by the Shawnettee United Methodist Youth group.

In Memoriam

IN MEMORY OF MORRIS RISNER March 18, 1941 ~ October 1, 1981

WOMAN AT THE WELL SISTER JAN 332-2768 614 Clifton Turnpike Waynesboro YARD SALE EVERY SATURDAY NEW ITEMS EACH WEEK OUR LAND IS BEING HEALED II Chronicles 7:14 – One of my favorite verses… “IF” my people, which are called by my name, shall HUMBLE themselves, and PRAY, and SEEK my face, and TURN from their wicked ways; then will I Hear from Heaven, and Forgive their sin, and will Heal their land. The land is being healed at the “Well.” Life has come back to the property. Saturday – we had another great day in God – at the end of the day – a car pulled in. A young mother stepped out of the car. She said – I saw the sign down the road, said, Yard Sale Woman At The Well. I had to come see what that meant. What a chance to witness! I proceeded to tell her about the story in the Bible, the vision, and how we are here to help women. She gave me a thumbs up – and said she would be back. We helped a woman that didn’t have any food in her house and was ashamed to ask. This is why we are here. Be blessed this week, go to church on Sunday, and thank Jesus every day you wake up. Love and Prayers, Sister Jan Sept. 28-P.

MISSING YOU There is so much I wish to say I think about you every day I miss your laugh I miss your smile Neither lost nor forgotten… I imagine them often It just doesn’t seem real that you’re not around I still look for you when I’m in town… I’ll never forget on the 4th of July As I sat on the curb, tears filled my eyes… I found myself looking for you… Until I realized what was true… I will never again see your wave and your smile… We won’t stand on the street and visit for a while… No “how you doing Sis” with a big hug to follow… No “what are you doing tonight” or “I’ll see ya tomorrow”… All of these things, I cherish so dearly… In my heart, I remember so clearly… I still talk to you… I know you can hear me… Today I spoke of you and before I finished my sentence… I could feel your presence… Then… a coincidence, or was it a sign? The song that reminds me of you began to play… As if you knew I was thinking of you this day… I smiled… feeling you were there with me… Again… I sat remembering… Mother (Lurlean Risner Fairris), and Sisters, Fonda, Gail, Pat, and June Sept. 28-(ojb)


.(Continued . .Grand From Page One) than $1,000 but less than $10,000 from the unit of Kim Linville. He also broke into a unit taking figurines that were valued at less than $500 from Lori Simmons. Another storage unit belonging to Krystal Cummins had a radio, guitar, knives, and DVD’s stolen with value at less than $500. Then on the 16th of July, Frazier is charged with taking furniture valued at more than $1,000 but less than $10,000 from another storage unit belonging to Linda Rochelle. Prosecuting officer was Kenneth Martin. John E. Frazier is charged with four counts of Burglary and four counts of Theft. Frazier is charged with entering

Teresa Okoro’s storage unit at Bundrants Storage facility in which he took two televisions valued at more than $1,000 but less than $10,000. Then on July the 8th, he broke into several units at East View Storage facility. He is charged with the theft of a two wheel dolly and sewing machine valued at less than $500 from Janice Dicus as well as an outdoor lighting system valued at less than $500 from Jerry Holt’s storage unit. Frazier is also charged with entering Donald Gresham’s storage unit at Bundrants Storage facility and taking property valued at less than $500. Prosecuting officer for these indictments is Kurtis Moore.

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Hayden Stults, senior, son of Wayne and Ellen Stults was chosen as player of the week in the game between Collinwood and Perry County on September 16, 2011. Along side Coach Michael Statom, Hayden was presented with a memorabilia football by Melba Montgomery from the Bank of Collinwood.

Cody McCrary, senior, son of Taft and Delaine McCrary was chosen as player of the week in the game between Collinwood and Adamsville on September 23, 2011. Along side Coach Michael Statom, Cody was presented with a memorabilia football by Faye Balentine from the Bank of Collinwood.

Nick Horton, senior, son of the late Randy Horton and George and Sherry Prince, was chosen as the player of the week in the game between Wayne County and Loretto on September 16, 2011. He was presented with a memorabilia football by Regina Brewer, of the Bank of Waynesboro.

Wayne W. Grimes is charged with four counts of Burglary and four counts of Theft in connection with the July storage facility burglaries. Grimes has been charged with entering storage units at the Piggly Wiggly Storage facility on July 6th. He is charged with the theft of hunting and fishing equipment with a value over $1,000 but less than $10,000 from Ryan Tyhouis. Grimes is charged with taking tools, furniture, and toys whose value is more than $1,000 but less than $10,000 from the storage unit of Christopher Morris. Grimes is also charged with entering storage units at the Volunteer Storage facility on July 10th. He is charged with taking a military backpack less than $500 in value from Rodney John’s unit. Grimes is also charged with entering a unit at Volunteer Storage facility belonging to Ralph Hughes and taking property with a value of less than $500. Prosecuting officer is Shang Rippy. Wayne W. Grimes is charged with three counts of Burglary and three counts of Theft. On the 9th of July, Grimes broke into storage units at Sledges Storage facility. He took furniture valued more than $1,000 but less than $10,000 from the unit of Kim Linville. He also broke into a unit taking figurines that were valued at less than $500 from NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2011PR-107 In the Matter of the Estate of: Mary K Mathis, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on 9/23/2011, Letters Testamentary, of Administration, in respect to the Estate of Mary K Mathis, deceased, who died 8/12/2011, 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: 9/23/2011. Rebecca A. Davis and Tommy Mathis, Jr. Executors W. Andrew Yarbrough, Atty. Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk & Master Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 2011

Lori Simmons. Another storage unit belonging to Krystal Cummins had a radio, guitar, knives, and DVD’s stolen with value at less than $500. Prosecuting officer was Kenneth Martin. Wayne W. Grimes is charged with four counts of Burglary and four counts of Theft. Grimes is charged with entering Teresa Okoro’s storage unit on the 7th of July at Bundrants Storage facility in which he took two televisions valued at more than $1,000 but less than $10,000. Then on July the 8th, he broke into several units at East View Storage facility. He is charged with the theft of a two wheel dolly and sewing machine valued at less than $500 from the unit of Janice Dicus as well as an outdoor lighting system valued at less than $500 from Jerry Holt’s storage unit. Grimes is additionally charged with entering Donald Gresham’s storage unit at Bundrants Storage facility and taking property valued at less than $500. Prosecuting officer for these indictments is Kurtis Moore. Jimmy L. Hale is charged with one count of Theft for unlawfully obtaining a lawn mower and weed eater valued less than $500 from the owner, Monique Harrison. Prosecuting officer is Kyle Belyew. Kelvie McFall is charged with one count of Statutory Rape for intentionally having sexual relations with a minor on or about June 29th. Prosecuting officer is Shang Rippy. Russell T. Pack is

charged with one count of Theft and four counts of Aggravated Burglary. The Grand Jury found there was just cause to charge Pack with unlawfully entering the residence of Thomas Kennamer on or about May 2nd through June 2nd having intent to commit theft. Pack is charged with taking cash with a value of more than $1,000 but

less than $10,000 from Mr. Kennamer’s property on Waynesboro Highway. Prosecuting officer is Charlie Mosley. Michael T. Ryland is charged with Aggravated Assault. The charges stem from an incident on June 6th in which Ryland caused bodily harm to his victim by kicking them. Prosecuting officer is David Hensley.

COMMUNITY EVENTS SOUTH CENTRAL HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY TAKING APPLICATIONS LOW INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM South Central Human Resource Agency is currently taking applications for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program to help qualified families with their energy burden for the FY 12 contract year. Please call your local SCHRA office for an appointment. They will need proof of your current income for everyone living in your house, a copy of your utility bill(s) and the social security cards for every household member. The income guidelines for this program are 150% of the federal poverty guidelines. Please contact the local office at 525B Highway 64 East in Waynesboro, phone 722-3717 to fill out an application for assistance. The office hours are 8 A.M. till 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. JOHN HENRY AND FANNIE WRIGHT REUNION The John Henry and Fannie Wright Reunion will be held Saturday, October 1 at the Collinwood Senior Citizens building beginning at 10:30 A.M. Family and friends are invited. Those attending are asked to bring a basket lunch.

Indian Artifact Show

The Savannah, Tennessee Indian Artifact Show will be held at the Hardin County Middle School in Savannah on Saturday, October 1st from 8 A.M. until 4 P.M. There is no admission fee. There will be displays of Arrowheads, Civil War Relics, Fossiles, Old bottles and other primitive tools. If you have artifacts you would like to have identified or appraised you may bring them to the show. The public is invited to attend.

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Shiloh Battlefield To Eliminate Entrance Fees

“Effective October 1, 2011, the National Park Service will no longer charge an entrance fee to visit Shiloh Battlefield,” Shiloh National Military Park superintendent Woody Harrell announced today. Since the 1970s, Shiloh Battlefield visitors have been required to pay a fee whenever entering park grounds. “Earlier this year, we undertook a thorough and comprehensive review of the fee program and its impact on both visitation and local tourism,” said Harrell. Due to the open nature of the park, with multiple roads crossing the battlefield, equitable fee collection has always been difficult. “To keep the cost of collection as low as possible, we have always collected the fee at the Shiloh Visitor Center, rather than at the park entrances,” Harrell explained, “and given the location of the visitor center, on the extreme northeastern part of the battlefield, all visitors pass through a large portion of the park before they even arrive at the fee collection point.”

“Because fees were being collected at the Visitor Center information desk, many people saw the fee as a charge just to enter the Visitor Center, which discouraged many park patrons from watching the orientation fi lm, viewing exhibits, picking up driving tour maps, and asking questions of our park rangers,” Harrell continued. “We were losing our best chance to interact with the public and also update them on current park information and ranger programs.” As a result of the study, superintendent Harrell proposed ending the entrance fee program as the park prepares for the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh in April 2012. “We felt it was in the best. The National Park Service cares for special places saved by the American people so that all may experience our heritage. interest of the park, especially in these uncertain economic times, to end fee collection and promote visitation to the park and the surrounding area.” “I would hate

to see an entrance fee discourage our citizens from making a trip to this important site,” concluded Harrell. Shiloh Battlefield has several events being planned for the sesquicentennial commemoration, a tentative schedule of which can be found on the park website at www. In addition to the elimination of entrance fees, Shiloh will no longer be participating in the America the Beautiful, National Park and Federal Recreation Lands Pass program. Anyone with questions about the America the Beautiful passes, or a list of facilities that sell passes, are encouraged to contact the Shiloh Visitor Center at 731-689-5696 or go to the Federal Recreation Pass website at ndapark/passes.htm.

WAYNE COUNTY JUNIOR CIVITAN 3RD ANNUAL FALL COLORS POKER RUN IS SATURDAY, OCT. 1 The Wayne County Junior Civitan 3rd annual Fall Colors Poker Run will be held October 1, 2011. The first rider will leave at 9:30 A.M. The group will leave at 11 A.M. and the last rider will leave at 11:30 A.M. Chicken stew, barbeque plates and homemade desserts will be available at approximately 2:30 P.M. The ride will begin and end at Crossroads Cafe, 1201 Bear Creek Road, Collinwood, TN. All proceeds will benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. For more information contact Marla Beavers at 931-722-8110, Brittany Sherrill, 931-3325715, Chassity Martin, 931332-3086 or Rickey Wright, 931-676-7853.

Wayne PN Graduates From T.T.C., Hohenwald

The Tennessee Technology Center at Hohenwald Wayne Medical Instructional Service Center Site 2011 Practical Nursing Graduates include back row, left to right: Jennifer Frazier, Instructor; Tiffany Suzanne Duncan, Samantha Paige Hickerson, Bobby G. Brown, Sheena Lee Allen, Sharlon Hensley, Betthany Kaye Lowe, and Keshia Renee Carroll. Front row, left to right: Alisha R. Creecy, Caitlin Cherae Ingram, Loria Lynn Morrow, Frances Melissa Dutton, Nasha Laine Barnes, Brandy Rene Burks and Maria Brewer. Valedictorian, Brandy Burks and Salutatorian, Betthany Lowe. Academic Awards: Sheena Allen, Bobby Brown, Keshia Carroll, Alisha Creecy, Tiffany Duncan, Melissa Dutton, Sharlon Hensley, Samantha Hickerson, Caitlin Ingram, Betthany Lowe, and Loria Morrow. Perfect Attendance for Full Year: Bobby Brown and Brandy Burks. IV Therapy Certificates: Nasha Barnes, Maria Brewer, Bobby Brown, Tiffany Duncan, Melissa Dutton, Sharlon Hensley, Caitlin Ingram, and Loria Morrow.

C’wood FCA Annual “Fields Of Faith” Event Oct. 12, CHS Football Field The Collinwood High and Middle School Fellowship of Christian Athletes will have its annual “Fields of Faith service on October 12 starting at 6:30 P.M. at the Collinwood High School football field. Rain will move the event inside the CHS gym. This years event will include skits by FCA lead-

ers, Bible readings by FCA students and special singing. The event is sponsored by the C.M.S. and C.H.S. Fellowship of Christian Athletes Huddles. Over 50,000 people attended a Field event last year across the United States. Organziers are aware that it is Wednesday

night, but they would like you and your church to come and share in this service. Come and support the students in this nationwide event. Submitted By Drew Statom And Greta Brewer


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. Sept. 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. Sept. 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)

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. Sept. 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. Sept. 2011

WEBB REUNION The Descendents of the late William Riley Webb and Amanda Minerva Copeland Webb, who married on 9-91866 in Wayne County, will gather for their annual family reunion on Sunday, October 2nd, 2011 from 10 A.M. till 4 P.M. at the Crump Community Center at 3020 Hwy. 64 in Crump. TN, near Savannah. Descendents are Martha J. Webb, William Thomas Webb, Drew Piney Webb, Luther Alexander Webb, John Jefferson Webb, Riley Kester Webb, Joe Bell Webb, Eula Mae ebb, Millie Webb and Marshall Henry Webb. Friends and relatives are invited and asked to bring a covered dish and old photos to share with everyone. For more information contact Dewayne Webb at 256-7642443 or 256-627-3870, Coy Webb at 731-632-4327 or the Crump Community Center at 731-632-0690. Sept. 14-21-28-(ojb)

IRON CITY REUNION The Iron City Reunion will be held Sunday, October 2nd from 1 until 4 P.M. at the Iron City Lions Club building. The event is sponsored by the Iron City Lions Club. Those attending are asked to bring finger foods, drink, etc. 7TH DISTRICT MEETING AMERICAN LEGION The seventh district meeting of the American Legion will be held in Hohenwald with Post #127 as host on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. For more information contact David B. Luna Seventh District Commander, 931-231-4482. WAYNE TECHNOLOGY CENTER TO OFFER BEGINNING STAINED CLASS Wayne County Technology Center will offer a Beginning Stained Class on Saturday, October 1, 2011 from 8:30 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. Basic steps will be taught for the traditional method of cutting and putting together a stained glass window using the copper-foil methods. Students will have several patterns to choose from and will complete and take home a 10 x 14 window. Class size is limited and students must sign up in advance. Call W.C.T.C. at 722-5495 for more details.

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”

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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.

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 676Sept. 2011-(ojb) 7629. C.H.S. CLASS OF 1948 REUNION The Collinwood High School Class of 1948 will have their 63rd year reunion on Saturday, October 1st, 2011 from 11 A.M. until 2 P.M. at the David Crockett State Park Restaurant in Lawrenceburg, TN. If you need more information call Hoyt O. Smith at 256-420-3985, Maudie Marie McGee at 931-762-5250, Maxine K. Ayers at 931-766-5463 or Marie Harper Southerland at 931-724-4820. The meal will be dutch treat and all friends and teachers are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there. Aug. 31-Sept. 7-14-21-28, 2011-P.

GALLAHER CEMETERY WORK DAY A work day at the Gallaher Cemetery will be held Saturday, October 1, 2011. The Trustees of the cemetery encourage you to attend and support this cemetery cleaning effort. Sept. 7-14-21-28, 2011-(ojb)

MALLORY REUNION Attention All Mallory Employees And Spouses!!! It’s Time for the annual Mallory reunion. It will be held at the Green River Fellowship Hall on Saturday, October 15th from 12 until 4 P.M. Those attending are asked to bring finger foods. Drinks will be furnished. Spread the word to everyone and looking forward to seeing you there. You don’t want to miss it!!! Sept. 14 Thru Oct. 12, 2011-P.

DICUS AND MCDONALD FAMILY REUNION The Dicus and McDonald Family Reunion will be held Saturday, October 1st at the Clifton City Park beginning at 11 A.M. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Sept. 28, 2011-P.

LUTTS VFD REGULAR MONTHLY BREAKFAST The Lutts Volunteer Fire Department will have its monthly breakfast Saturday, Oct. 1st. from 7 until 9 A.M. Proceeds go to the Lutts Volunteer Fire Department and Community Center. Everyone is encouraged to support this cause. WILSON - BARNETT REUNION The descendants of the Fate Wilson and John Barnett families will have a family reunion on Sunday, October 2nd at 1 P.M. in the old Robert Whitten grocery store on Hwy. 13, six miles South of Collinwood. Bring your covered dishes and enjoy the fellowship.

SUNRISE “I Feel Broken” By David Coy

Sometimes as we are living day to day we realize we do not like the life we are now. What we mean by this is this change that has developed is undesirable. We are stuck in transition. Some aspects of this different existence, our life now, are forced on us. Yet, we are hanging on, not wanting to let go of our life as we knew it, or feeling unable to because we feel broken. We are not who we were, but we are not complete now either. We are in transition. How do we make the full metamorphosis of what feels like an abrupt and unpleasant change toward acceptance of this new life? We do not like change. It can be very invasive, intrusive, and very unfriendly. When we resist such change we NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2011PR-105 In the Matter of the Estate of: Etta Mae Tefteller, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on 8/30/2011, Letters Testamentary, in respect to the Estate of Etta Mae Tefteller, deceased, who died 2/24/2011, 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: 8/30/2011. Carolyn Mathis, Clerk & Master Executor W. Andrew Yarbrough, Atty. Attorney Janet Staggs Deputy Clerk September 21, 28, 2011

may become irritable, grouchy, and difficult to live with. We may feel we cannot be fixed but, what if that were not completely accurate? When we are feeling broken, incomplete, chaotic it often helps to reflect on others who have experienced IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR WAYNE COUNTY, TENNESSEE ORDER OF PUBLICATION – NON-RESIDENT NOTICE WAYNE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PLAINTIFF VS. CIVIL ACTION NO. 2011-CV-5011 UNKNOWN PERSONS WHO CLAIM AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 201 HASSELL STREET, WAYNESBORO, TN 38485, TAX MAP 776, GROUP F, PARCEL 14, KNOWN AS THE OLD WAYNE COUNTY JAIL PROPERTY, DEFENDANTS TO: UNKNOWN PERSONS WHO CLAIM AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 201 HASSELL STREET, WAYNESBORO, TN 38485, TAX MAP 776, GROUP F, PARCEL 14, KNOWN AS THE OLD WAYNE COUNTY JAIL PROPERTY, WHOSE WHEREABOUTS ARE UNKNOWN In this action it appearing from the Complaint which is sworn to that the residence and whereabouts of the Defendants are unknown, they are, therefore, hereby required to serve upon Jane M. Jennings, Plaintiff’s Attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 794, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464, an answer to the Complaint within thirty (30) days subsequent to October 19, 2011, otherwise, judgment by default will be taken against them for the relief demanded in the Complaint. It is further ordered that this Notice be published for four (4) consecutive weeks in The Wayne County News. This the 20th day of September, 2011. CAROLYN MATHIS CLERK AND MASTER JANE M. JENNINGS Attorney For Plaintiff Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 2011

hardship in life and remained very positive in their outlook, it provides encouragement. One such historical figure said this: “Go outside, to the fields, enjoy nature and the sunshine, go out and try to recapture happiness in yourself and in God. Think of all the beauty that’s left in and around you and be happy! --Ann Frank. We choose whether to move forward and accept change in whatever form it presents itself. Change is inevitable and is constant; we need to be flexible and accepting. Yes, this is not always easy. The Apostle Paul said he had learned to be content whatever the circumstances (Philippians 4:11). He did not walk alone (verses 10, 13). He had sources for strength, (see also 2 Corinthians 12:9, 10; Acts 22:16; Ephesians 3:1617; Matthew 11:28-30;

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated June 22, 2007, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded July 2, 2007, at Book 98, Page 486 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Aron J Frazier and LaRonda Frazier, conveying certain property therein described to Robert M. Wilson, Jr as Trustee for MERS as nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. d/b/a America’s Wholesale Lender; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on October 17, 2011 on or about 3:00 P.M., at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Being Lot Number 13 in Block C in the Waynedale Subdivision, a plan of which is recorded in the Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, in Deed Book Number 30, Page 311, to which plan reference is here made, and by such references said plan is made a part hereof the same as if copied in full herein. ALSO KNOWN AS: 622 Green River Drive, Waynesboro, Tennessee 38485 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Aron J Frazier; LaRonda Frazier; Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative; Cavalry Portfolio Services Inc; TVEC The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 726-211010 DATED September 9, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By: Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_ tcrow_110909_1107 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM. September 14, 21, 28, 2011

Galatians 3:26-29; John 3:16, 36; Ecclesiastes 4:12). We all become broken; we all can build anew, we all can be stronger together, and by moving forward. No one need walk alone. No one need remain broken. This is Sunrise.

It Pays To Advertise! Call 722-5429 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under Deed of Trust dated May 10, 2010, and recorded in Record Book 129, page 208, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Lydia Alexandria Thomas, unmarried, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to G & G Construction, Inc. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, the said G & G Construction, Inc., as beneficiary of the Deed of Trust and as the lawful owner and holder of the note secured by the same has instructed the Trustee to foreclose pursuant to said Deed of Trust. Pursuant to Section 35-5-117, Tennessee Code Annotated, a sixty (60) day notice of the legal right to foreclosure was sent by regular mail on November 17, 2010, to the said Lydia Alexandria Thomas, by the said G & G Construction, Inc. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee and not otherwise, acting upon the demand of G & G Construction, Inc., the lawful owner and holder of a certain indebtedness to foreclose said Deed of Trust by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Trustee, will on Thursday, October 6, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the lst Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron pin in the West right of way line of Herbert Gallian Drive, said point being the Southwest corner of Manuel Turnbo property described in Deed Book 128, page 473, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and the Northeast corner of John Turnbo property described in Deed Book 138, page 235, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, of which the herein described is a part; thence running with the West right of way line of Herbert Gallian Drive, South 42 degrees 37’ 04” West 103.35 feet; South 41 degrees 43’ 25” West 100.31 feet; and thence South 41 degrees 32’ 25” West 20.32 feet to the Northeast corner and true point of beginning of the property herein described; thence continuing with said right of way line, South 41 degrees 32’ 25” West 80.84 feet; South 39 degrees 35’ 12” West 100.79 feet; thence South 39 degrees 23’ 06” West 99.95 feet; and thence South 39 degrees 18’ 16” West 18.45 feet to an iron pin; thence leaving said road and running with the boundary of the remaining portion of John Turnbo property, North 49 degrees 48’ 53” West 250.62 feet to an iron pin; North 40 degrees 11’ 07” East 300.00 feet to an iron pin and thence South 49 degrees 48’ 53” East 249.80 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.715 acres, according to the survey of David Cagle, Tennessee Registered Land Surveyor No. 497, November l8, 2002. This being the real property conveyed to Lydia Alexandria Thomas, by deed of G & G Construction, Inc., dated May 26, 2010, and recorded in Record Book 129, page 204, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM September 14, 21, 28, 2011.


Peoples Bank VItoP Tours Black Hills & Badlands

After flying into Rapid City, SD, on two separate flights, American & Delta, Peoples Bank VItoP Club met their tour director, Clay, for a visit to the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota. He has accompanied them on several trips and proved to be a most knowledgeable guide with a personality that has endeared him to the travelers. Leaving the small airport on their charted coach, the group was introduced to the City of Presidents. A historic sculpture walk with life-sized bronze statues of all the past presidents is located throughout the downtown area. After visiting the president they most favored, a little browsing in the Prairie Edge Trading Co gave the group a taste of Native American arts, crafts, and jewelry. They then relaxed during a scenic short drive to Keystone where their lodging was at the K Bar S Lodge in a serene, secluded valley surrounded by the Black Hills National Forest. A welcome reception proceeded the tasty dinner with menu choices in the private dining room. Although the day had been long, Mickey & Linda Talbott, Robert & Wanda Johnston and George & Cathy Latham lingered on the deck to see the profile of George Washington’s face on Mount Rushmore. A hearty breakfast was served each morning in the gazebo dining room. The meal was enhanced for Gary & Joyce Anderson by watching the fat wild turkeys that gathered to be fed outside the windows. They also saw a deer lingering near the Gazebo. Larry, the motorcoach driver, delighted everyone with his rather flashy coordinated attire in red, the color of the day. It became a regular morning ritual to have photos made with Larry as he arrived in royal blue, apricot, or purple with shoes to match!

The first morning was designated for a tour of Tatanka & Deadwood. Kevin Costner became enamored with the Black Hills during the filming of “Dances with Wolves” and has contributed much to preserving the area’s rich history. Tatanka: “Story of the Bison” is a larger-than-life tribute to the large herds of bison that once roamed those hills and to the Lakota Tribe who literally survived by using every part of the bison that they hunted and killed. Twenty-four huge bison pursued by three Native American riders constitute the third largest bronze

statuary in the world. To enhance this experience, a Lakota woman described her tribe’s customs and answered questions. The town of Deadwood was established by the famous Black Hills Gold Rush in 1875 and brought in many colorful characters. Evidently not all of them had left as Dave, who joined the group as the tour guide for Mt. Moriah Cemetery, kept up an entertaining repartee. He managed to engage in his witty remarks VItoP member, Claire Montejunas, who had some pretty quick responses that kept her husband, Joseph, and others laughing. Buried in the 1877 cemetery are 3400 people including Wild Bill Hickok & Calamity Jane. After taking some time to check out Deadwood, which boosts quite a collection of casinos, lunch was served at the Latchstring Inn in the picturesque Spearfish Canyon Resort. The afternoon was spent in Lead (pronounced Leed) with a trolley surface tour of the Homestake Gold Mine, the oldest, largest and deepest mine in the Western Hemisphere. Another exceptional guide, Taran, the daughter of a miner, related the history of this mine that closed in 2002. She also explained that the Sanford Laboratory in a highly anticipated program that has revitalized the community is doing scientific research on neutrinos in these deep shafts. Inside the Black Hills Mining Museum, Sue Hickman, Paula Horton, and Iva Farris experienced a simulated

mine to understand better the day in the life of a gold miner, different in many ways from that of a coal miner. Clay occasionally threw out some questions about the sites that were visited or the history he had related. Bill Sparkes, traveling with his wife, Sylvia, seemed to retain all that info easily and was a winner. That evening the Ruby House Restaurant in Keystone provided a delicious meal with choice of Prime Rib, chicken or Trout. Crazy Horse Monument, a memorial to the spirit of this warrior’s people, was started in 1948 by sculptor Korszak Ziolkowski, whose art won first prize at the 1939 New York World’s Fair. His family has carried on this tremendous project since his death in 1982. The completed face and partially completed outstretched arm are stunning in size and comprise the world’s largest mountain carving project. Clay had prepared the group with a detailed background of the sculptor chosen by the Indian chief, Standing Bear, who instigated this huge undertaking that receives no federal or state financing. All came away with a greater understanding of the Native Americans and admiration for Crazy Horse, never a chief but a great hero of his people. A cultural center featuring juried artists drew much interest from the ladies while the men studied the prolific carvings and sculpted pieces produced by Korszak. Larry & Sharon Bain, Glona Goodman, and Jill Miller took a bus to the foot of the monument to get a different perspective of this monumental granite memorial. Approaching Custer State Park Game Lodge, several lone bison were seen; one sauntered down the opposite side of the road, totally unaware of those watching so closely from the motorcoach. Cameras were snapping as he grazed, rubbed against some small trees and scratched with his hooves to chase the flies away. Near the park lodge, a whole herd strayed across an open area by a large pavilion. The bountiful buffet meal in the lodge was all that was needed to get the group ready for their Jeep tour through the park’s wildlife reserve. Groups of 4-6 rode in all-terrain jeeps with affable drivers

eager to tell about the park and search for more bison and other wildlife. Most everyone saw a yellow-bellied marmot, a type of woodchuck, along with some bison and elk. Jeanine Dixon & Marisa Holt thought they had the most entertaining driver –most drivers were retired, live other places and come to the park to work during the summers. That evening the VItoP group had an unexpected treat. Larry is one of only two drivers in his large motorcoach company certified to drive the Skyline Drive along a ridge overlooking Rapid City. The view was amazing from this height and passed by Dinosaur Park with its life-size replicas of the prehistoric reptiles. Dusk was the perfect time to visit the Stavkirke Chapel, an exact replica of an 850-year-old Norwegian church built of staves. Every detail of the construction of this church in its serene setting was extraordinary and impressive to Alice Dunlap and Herbert & Lillie Brewer. The church has no congregation and is maintained through donations although a baptism was in progress during the time the group was there. Just down the street, the Canyon Lake Chophouse overlooking a lake was reserved for a private Peoples Bank dinner. Gathering back at the K Bar S Lodge’s fire pit later that evening to toast marshmallows and make s’mores were Betty Murphy who led some campfire songs, Bill & Carole Freeman, Dottie Hutchinson, and Catherine Ross, Peoples Bank hostess. The next day was full of activities starting with a visit to the Black Hills Gold Factory where it was possible to stand beside and watch the artists creating intricate jewelry. Their skill even engaged the interest of the men in the group. After a bit of shopping in the adjacent store, there were new watches, rings, and necklaces adorning the travelers. The highlight of the trip for Larry & Elouise Blackwelder was the visit to Mount Rushmore. Entering the park along the Avenue of Flags with the four presidents’ facial carvings above is quite a memorable experience. Everyone took in the film that answered many questions and then visited different exhibits. Norma Thompson and Bobbie & Doris Stults walked the Presidential Trail which meant negotiating lots of steps to view the faces from many angles. The sculptor, Lincoln Borglum, was a fascinating man who died before the completion of the great project. It was finished by his son of the same name. Later that afternoon an 1880’s train ride through the countryside to Hill City preceded the evening meal of filet mignon at the Alpine Inn. Again the group returned to Mount Rushmore for the evening lighting ceremony. This was especially moving as a park ranger quoted the presidents who grace the mountainside and ended the ceremony by calling

all veterans to the stage to retire the flag. The amphitheater was packed –many were families with children who participated with reverence in the closing formality. The entire evening was a tribute to this country and left a deep feeling of pride to be an American. The last morning included a tour of the Badlands with Clay’s geological commentary informing the group how this forlorn area was created. In this aweinspiring landscape, several stops were made to observe fossils and also communities of prairie dogs. Wall Drug Store was the lunch stop, still advertising the free ice water that put this establishment on the map years ago. Arriving at the Rapid City airport to find that one of the flights for the group was cancelled, all was taken in stride by the stranded but good-natured travelers. Pat Holder, Peoples Bank hostess, with her husband, Charles, escorted the group on to Denver where the airline put them up in a great hotel. They flew in the next day without incident. South Dakota had provided many scenic vistas, unforgettable park treasures, rich historical info, good lodging & meals— so essentially different from the same experiences provided in our Tennessee yet still

our home—America.

Festival Time In Downtown Hohenwald Hohenwald’s annual Oktober Heritage Festival and 18th Annual Fall Classics Car and Truck Show will take place in the downtown Hohenwald area October 7, 8, and 9th. On Friday, downtown will be alive with arts and crafts and food booths beginning at 9 A.M. Entertainment begins at 1 P.M. with many local entertainers performing. Entertainment is scheduled to last until 8 P.M. Saturday is filled full of events with the Pilot Club’s pancake breakfast beginning at 7 A.M. The 18th Annual Fall Classics Car and Truck Show will be in the courthouse area, located one block north of the downtown area. Cars can be entered from 8 A.M. until noon; judging at 1 P.M.; First, second, and third place trophies will be awarded in 50 classes plus 7 top honor awards. Arts and crafts and food booths will be open beginning at 9 A.M.. Entertainment begins at 11 A.M. Fireworks 9 P.M.. Arts and crafts booths and food booths continue into Sunday from 9 A.M. until 5 P.M. Entertainment is scheduled to begin at 1 P.M. and includes many area Gospel talents. A motorcycle cruise-in is scheduled to take place on Sunday from 1-4 P.M. in downtown Hohenwald. For more information, call Hohenwald/Lewis County Chamber of Commerce at 931-7964084 .

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Happy Birthday in Heaven Blake October 2nd

This was the day that you were born, Blake. The day you entered this world was the happiest day in our life. You were perfect in every way. Every moment with you was a joy. I think back at the times we shared with you. The times we heard you laugh, your beautiful smile and your soft caring heart. You were so full of life. Everything you did made our lives so complete. How do we celebrate a day that use to bring us such happiness and joy. This year there is no cake to bake, no candles to blow out, no presents to unwrap. You should be here with us on your Birthday. Instead you now celebrate your birthday in Heaven. Because we can’t be with you to celebrate, we pray that you’re in heaven celebrating with all of your Angel friends and with your Pa Goob. Our hearts are hurting because we miss you so much. Our lives changed Blake the day you died. Our lives can never be the same without you my sweet Son. We walk this lonely journey with you in our hearts always. Our happiness is replaced with sadness and our laughter replaced with tears. Today we will take red roses to the cemetery and release balloons to heaven with “Forget-Me-Not” seeds attached hoping that you will get them. Today you would be 24 years old but instead you will forever be 16. We Love you Blake and Miss you so very Much.

Love You Forever & Missing You Always,

Mom, Dad, Nick, Kris & Family


CLASSIFIEDS 1983 Summit Double-Wide, Mobile Home, $10,000.00. Can Move or Lease Lot Where Mobile Home Is; 1972 Airstream International (30 Ft. Long), $2,500.00; 931332-6833, Raymon Kea. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-12-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) FOR SALE: Barn Lumber, Buy 1 and Get 1 “Free”, 7223658. July 27-tf-(ojb) 26.81 Acres, More or Less, $45,000.00, OBO, 48 Creek Area, Waynesboro, 931-7229030. Sept. 7-14-21-28-P. FOR SALE: 1999, 37’ Allegro Freightliner Diesel Motorhome, 48,000 Mi., CAT Rear Engine, Generator, Inverter-Charger, Jake Brake, New Tires, Fully Loaded, $45,000.00, OBO. Call 931-724-9506. Aug. 24-tf-(ojb) STEEL BUILDINGS: Selling repo’s, cancelled orders. SAVE THOUSANDS! 20x30, 30x42, others. Strongest buildings available. Save more$ with display program. Free shipping – Call Today! 1-866-352-0469. S.28-P. Newly Remodeled 97 Mobile Home 16x80 on 1½ Acres in Waynesboro, Storage Building, $35,000.00 Firm, 931-722-8474. Sept. 14-tf-(ojb) FOR SALE: 2005 Suzuki Gsx-r 750. Price $2,000.00. Email: mattmcconnell007@ Sept. 21-28-Oct. 5-P.

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Got Land? Our Home. Your Deed. Zero Down! Turn Key Program – We do it all. Call Today 931-381-2028. Sept. 21-28-(ojb) House FOR SALE: Three Bedroom Brick, 2 Ac. Land, Holly Creek Community. Call 724-9271 or 724-9373. Sept. 21-28-Oct. 5-12-(ojb) TOPSOIL FOR SALE: 931332-0747. Sept. 21-28-Oct. 5-12-P. 2002 GMC Sonoma CR5, 4 Door, 4 Wheel Drive, $4,500.00, 931-332-0035, 931-247-4277. After 4 P.M 722-6180. Sept. 21-28-MCI 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Brick Home, Living and Family Room, 116 Hill Street, $42,500.00 As Is, OBO, 931722-7798. Sept. 28-MCI FOR SALE: Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow, Ready to Hunt, $300.00; 1100 Remington Shotgun, $400.00; 10 and 20 Gallon Upright Air Compressors, $100.00 and $150.00; 300 Windmag Savage, $325.00; 30.06 Browning; 931-724-4726. Sept. 28-(ojb) Dining Room Set, Maple, Table and 5 Chairs, 2 Chair Bar Stools and Hutch, $550.00; Black Leather Sofa and Love Seat, $500.00; 7244726. Sept. 28-(ojb) CKC Registered Basset Hound Pups, All Shots and Wormed, Males and Females Available, 6 Weeks Old, $250.00, 931-722-1327. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-MCI THRIFT STORE: Greenhill Shopping Center, Ladies and Men’s Jeans, $2.00; Sweaters, $2.00; Kids Clothes, $1.00; Big Shipment, Lots To Choose From! 256-710-1694. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Highway 43, Greenhill, AL. Sept. 28-(ojb) Records: 33’s, Country – Rock. Lots To Choose From! Greenhill Shopping Center, Hwy. 43, Greenhill, AL, 256710-1694. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Sept. 28-(ojb) FINANCE COMPANY CALLS NOTE! Must Liquidate All Lake Lots ASAP. Saturday 10/1 only! 2 acres with free boat slips only $18,500. Similar lot sold for $59,900. Boat, ski, fish on 160,000 acre Kentucky Lake. All infrastructure completed. Own for pennies on the dollar. Excellent financing. Call now 1-800-704-3154, x 3735. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps



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FOR SALE: Brick Home and 3 Acres on George Olive Road, In The Cypress Inn Area, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Barn and About 2 Acres Fenced For Pasture, Above Ground Pool with Deck, Good Size Garage, Electric, Air Conditioning, Heat, Also Has a Gas Fireplace, $125,000.00, Only Serious Inquiries. Cell 931-279-2258, 931-724-4726. Sept. 28-(ojb) The Christian Estate 374 Acre Farm, Home, Pasture, Timber, Shop, Barn, Creeks, West Point, TN. Sells At AUCTION, Saturday, October 8 at 10 A.M., 10% Buyers Premium, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 931-676-5100, Sept. 28-Oct. 5-(ojb) AUCTION Saturday, October 8 at 10 A.M., West Point, TN. King Ranch Crew Cab Truck, 1950 Ford Race Car, 1999 Allegro Motorhome, Yamaha 4 Wheeler, JD Gator 4x4, Kubota Lawnmower, Livestock Panels, Pontoon Boat, Jet Ski and More, 10% Buyers Premium, Tony Neill TFL#1468, 731-926-3133, Sept. 28-Oct. 5-(ojb) 1950 Ford Race Car With 388 Chevy Engine, Sells at AUCTION Saturday, October 8 at 10 A.M., West Point, TN. 10% Buyers Premium, Tony Neill TFL#1468, 731-926-3133, Sept. 28-Oct. 5-(ojb) FOR SALE: Boston Terrier Puppies, 3 Females, CKC, 1st Shots, Dewormed, $250.00 Each; One Adult Female, $150.00; 931-332-5495. Sept. 28-MCI STORAGE AUCTION OCTOBER 1st. Multi-units. Just like on TV. Starts 9 a.m. Must pre-register. Cash Only 931-668-3046. 39 Ingle Dr. Morrison, TN. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps

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FOR SALE: 1996 Dodge Caravan, $800.00, Runs and Drives, Good Tires, 332-5002. Sept. 28-P. 1999 Allegro Motorhome, Pontoon Boat, Jet Ski, Gator, 4 Wheeler Sells at AUCTION, Saturday, October 8 at 10 A.M., West Point, TN. 10% Buyers Premium, Tony Neill TFL#1468, 731-926-3133, Sept. 28-Oct. 5-(ojb) WAYNE COUNTY GLASS. Residential, Commercial, Porches, Porch Roofs, Handyman Work. Glass and A Whole Lot More. 931-7226600. Sept. 28-P. House FOR SALE: Adamsville, TN. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Carport, Nice Quiet Neighborhood, 100% Financing to Qualified Buyer. Call 731-632-1688. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-12-(ojb) Commercial Gas Stove with 2 Ovens, Flat Grill, 4 Burners, $1,600.00; 32’ Gooseneck Concessions Trailer, $8,000.00, 722-3241, 332-6339. Sept. 28-(ojb) SAWMILLS FROM ONLY $3997- Make Money & Save Money with your own bandmill- Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info & DVD: 1-800-578-1363 Ext. 300N. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps

Office Space Available At Hurricane Plaza, (Next to Hurricane Inn). Call For More Information! Ask For Jeff!! 931-722-5579. Nov. 25-tf-(ojb) FOR RENT: Clifton Motel, 1 Bedroom Efficiency Apartment, All Furnished, With Wi-Fi, Television. Call 931-676-3616. A. 13-tf-(ojb) SILVER PINES MOBILE HOME PARK, Under New Management. 2 and 3 Bedrooms Rehabbed With Security Lighting. Some Utilities Included, Internet Access Available; 3 Bedroom Available, $100.00 Week; 931-722-9401. Sept. 28-tf-(ojb)



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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. J. 13-tf-(ojb) 3 Bedroom House, Just Remodeled, Horses or Farm Animals Welcome, 17 Acres, Has Barn, Fenced Lot, and Oversize Garage, $475.00, Plus $475.00 Security Deposit, Utilities Not Included. Contact John at 931-306-0485. A.24-tf-(ojb) FOR RENT: 1 Bd., 1 Ba. Apartment NearWaynesboro, $100.00 Per Week, Utilities Paid, 722-8145. Aug. 31-tf-(ojb) FOR RENT: Small 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home, Located in Beechview Near River, Boat Dock Available, $425.00 Month, 931-7227258, 931-676-3616. Sept. 21-tf-(ojb) Rent no more! Home ownership program in your area $1,000 Shopping Spree Call For Details. Call 931381-2028. Sept. 21-28-(ojb) FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Mobile Home, 1 Bath, CH&A. NO PETS. 931-3326207, 931-722-7669. Sept. 21-28-(ojb) Apartment FOR RENT: $275.00 Month, $200.00 Deposit, 931-628-9380 or 931-306-0280. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-12-19-(ojb) FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom Apartment, Some Utilities Furnished, $375.00 Month, 931-722-9699. Sept. 28-tf-(ojb) 2 Bedroom Trailer FOR RENT: Hog Creek Road, 722-8202. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-(ojb) 3 Bedroom House FOR RENT or SALE With Basement. Corner of Highway 64 and Hog Creek Road. 722-8202. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-(ojb)



I Want To Buy Goats, Chickens, and Guineas, 931427-8477. Sept. 14-21-28-Oct. 5-(ojb) WANTED: Elderly Gentleman Wants Lady For Companion and Babysitter. Must Live In. Small Salary. Waynesboro, TN. Please Do Not Leave Message. 1-850630-0754. Sept. 21-28-Oct. 5-12-P. NOW HIRING: C O M P A N I E S DESPERATELY need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Fee required. Info. 1-985-646-1700 Dept. TN1196. Sept. 28-tps DRIVERS PAID TRAINING! REFRESHER Course available for Regional Truck Drivers. Earn 35 to 37 cpm, home weekly, and great benefits. Call 888-321-1821 or visit AVERITTcareers. com. EOE. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps DRIVERS - CDL-A, FEDEX GROUND: Owner Operator Teams & Small Fleet Owners •Weekly Settlements •Fuel Supplement Program •All Runs Hub-to-Hub •100% Drop & Hook •Outstanding Home Time & More! FedEx Ground will contract with entities that are established under state law as corporations. 866-832-6339 (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps A BETTER CAREER WITH Melton Great Equipment & Benefits 2 Mos. CDL Class A Driving Exp 877-2588782 (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps FLATBED DRIVERS NEW PAY Scale- Start @ .37cpm Up to .04cpm Mileage Bonus Home Weekends Insurance & 401K Apply @ Boydandsons. com 800-648-9915. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps

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Vern Bissell, Owner CELL: 931-332-5954 >New Listing--.3.10 ac. +- located in Ross Creek Farm.$25,900.00 >New Listing—3 bedrooms, 1 bath, detached garage, outbuildings, barn, 4.76 Acres+- $99,500.00 >New Listing—Lot with river view, Clifton area, water & sewer available. $9,000.00 >3 bedrooms, 1 bath, hardwood floors, screened carport, garage, workshop, extra lot. $59,900.00 >4 bedrooms, 2 baths, CHA (3 units) hardwood floors, sun room, dining room, living room, den, extra lot. $272,000.00 >3.38 ac. +- in Ross Creek Farm. $25,900.00 >4 bds., 2 baths, basement, CHA, 5 ac. +- (Reduced) $125,000.00 SOLD >Church building, 2 baths, kitchen, gas heat. $22,000.00 >3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CHA, den, bonus room, carport. $52,000.00 > 1 bedrooms, 1 bath, 71 Acres+-, creek, fin. avail. $120,000.00 > 2 acres+- Ross Creek Farm, creek frontage. $34,500.00 > Great place for horses,2 bedrooms, 1 bath, CHA. 6.82 ac. +-. $74,900.00 >8 Acres+- Hwy. 64 east $35,000.00 > 7 bedrooms, bathroom, CHA. 12.59 ac. +- $220,000.00. >5.11 ac. +- $13,000.00 >2.60 ac. +-, Power, water & gas available. $11,000.00 >14.5 ac. +- On paved road. $32,900.00 >2 choice lots located Deer Ridge Rd. $15,000.00 >3 lots located Deer Ridge Road. $6,500.00 >3 bedrooms, 1 bath, dining room, living room. $35,000.00


CLASSIFIEDS DRIVERS - GOOD MILES! REGIONAL Truck Drivers start at 37 cpm w/1+ years experience. Home Every Week. Affordable family benefits. Call 888-362-8608, or visit AVERITTcareers. com. EOE. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps DRIVER $2000 SIGN ON Bonus! Start a New Career! 100% Paid CDL Training! No Experience Required. CRST Expedited 800-3262778 (TnScan) Sept. 28-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. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps TANKER & FLATBED I N D E P E N D E N T Contractors! •Top Earnings Potential, 100% Fuel Surcharge- Drive Your Own Truck or Lease Late-Model -Call Prime Inc. Today 800277-0212 or www.primeinc. com (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps DRIVERCDL-A EXPERIENCED OTR Drivers Up to $3000 Bonus Up to .39¢ Per Mile 888-3787137, 6 mo. OTR exp. & CDL Req’d (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps DRIVERS - CDL-A OTR DRIVERS Start up to 44¢ per mile!! Lease Purchase Available! Great Hometime Experience Req’d. 800441-4271 X TN-100 (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps DRIVERS CDL-A EXPERIENCED TEAM Drivers OTR Positions Available! Up to 50¢ per mile. Class A CDL & Hazmat Req’d 800-942-2104 Ext. 7307 or 7308 www.totalms. com (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps



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GET BACK TO BASICS. Solid Miles + Good Pay + New Equipment = Your Success! Great Benefits & Hometime. Dry Van & Flatbed. CDL-A, 6mo. OTR. 888-801-5295. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps FLATBEDDERS - TIME FOR A Change? $1,000 Average Weekly! Excellent Equipment. Home Weekly. CDL-A, Minimum 4-months Experience. Refresher Training Course Available. 888.711.6505 – Celebrating 40 Years! (TnScan) Sept. 28-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) We Buy Scrap Gold: Sherry’s Fine Jewelry, Gold Prices Are Sky High. Call or Come By, Talk To Sherry, 722-3664. Apr. 15-tf-(ojb) NOTICE: Staggs Carpentry and Plumbing. Backhoe, Rock Work, Dump Truck, Trencher. 722-7319, 7228151, 332-3868 or 796-2900. Dec. 2-tf-(ojb) Need Something Hauled or Dug? Best Savings – Motor Home, Dozer, Backhoe, Ditch Witch, Dump Truck, Generators, Power Washer, Moving Van, Pontoon Boat, Etc., Beech Creek Rentals, 931-676-3993. Aug. 25-tf-(ojb)

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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. DAVIS BACKHOE SERVICE: All Types of Backhoe and Dump Truck Work. Owner Gary Davis, 1-931-231-4544. May 25-tf-(ojb) We Buy Scrap Gold At The Flea Market in Barlow Shopping Center, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3 till 5, Saturday 11 till 2, 931-3322919. Sept. 21-28-(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. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-12-19-(ojb) FREE BLUEGRASS MUSIC: Sunday, October 2nd, 1 – 3:30, (Every First Sunday), Greenhill Shopping Center. Covered Dish Meal. Players and Listeners Welcome. One Mile North of Rogers School or 2 Miles South of Ala-Tenn. Stateline, Hwy. 43, Greenhill, 256-710-1694. Sept. 28-(ojb) The Christian Estate AUCTION Saturday, October 8, at 10 A.M., California Branch Road, Wayne County, West Point, TN. 374 Acres, Home, Barn, Shop, Pasture, Timber, Creeks, Springs, Trucks, 1950 Ford Race Car, Allegro Motorhome, Boat, Ski Jet, 4 Wheeler, Livestock Panels, More. 10% Buyers Premium, Heritage Auction and Real Estate, Inc. TFL#4556, 931676-5100, Tony Neill, 731926-3133, www.tonyneill. com. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-(ojb) BULLDOZING SERVICES: Rock and Dirt Hauling. All Jobs Very Low Rates, Only $55.00 Hour, 931-796-5665. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-P.


TIMBER HARVESTING: Earn More Find Potential Before You Call A Logger. Timber Income Analysis. Call Timberland Management Company, A Natural Resource Company, 931-6288879. Sept. 28-Oct. 5-P. FREE To A Good Home: 3 Lively Kittens. Take All, Get Kitty House, Toys, Food. Days 931-676-3678, Leave Message; Nights, 931-7223196, After 7 P.M. Sept. 28-P. ADOPTION: A SO. CALIFORNIA beach community music/ film industry couple wish to adopt newborn. Secure, creative, happy future awaits your baby. Expenses paid as permitted. Legal/ confidential. Call Marie or Rob toll-free anytime 1-855222-5609. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps A D O P T I O N BIRTHMOTHERT R U S T I N G RELATIONSHIP for you, unconditional love for your baby if you choose us… creative active couple hoping to adopt. Expenses Paid. Please text/ call Kathleen & Gene, 1-201-577-2124. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps A F F O R D A B L E F R A N C H I S E OPPORTUNITY! LIBERTY Tax Service - Fastest Growing International Tax Service Ever! Liberty’s on Entrepreneur magazine’s “Low-Cost” and “Top 500” lists! 855-366-0127 or (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps 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) Sept. 28-tps ALLIED HEALTH CAREER TRAINING- Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 800-481-9409 www. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps


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HIP OR KNEE REPLACEMENT Surgery: If you had hip or knee replacement surgery between 2005- present and suffered problems requiring a second revision surgery you may be entitled to compensation. Attorney Charles Johnson 1-800-535-5727. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM Home. *Medical *Business *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 888-738-0607, www. (TnScan) Sept. 28-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) Sept. 28-tps PREGNANT? NOW WHAT? FREE, confidential pregnancy counseling. In person • On the phone • Online Bethany Christian Services 1.800.BETHANY • 615.242.0909 www. (TnScan) Sept. 28-tps

Saturday, October 1st YARD SALE: At the Home of Janice Smith, 106 First Avenue, Collinwood, 7 A.M. to 12 P.M. No Pre-Sales Please. Sept. 28-(ojb) YARD SALE: Saturday, October 1st, 7 A.M. – 6 P.M., Home of Martha Prater, 4498 Morrison Creek Road, Hwy. 228. Living Room Suite, Very Cheap. Lots of Everything. Sept. 28-(ojb) YARD SALE: Saturday, October 1, 7 A.M.?, 412 and 425 Hurricane Meadows Drive. Furniture, Clothes, Lots of Miscellaneous Items. Sept. 28-P. YARD SALE: Saturday, Bonnie October 1st, Merriman, 614 Hurricane Hills Drive. 7:30 A.M. Until. Lots of Goodies, Downsizing Some Things. Sept. 28-P. YARD SALE: Friday 30th, and Saturday October 1, 408 Poplar Street, Behind West End. Some Furniture. A Little Bit of Every Thing. Sept. 28-P. 5 Family Participation YARD SALE: 7 to 3, Saturday, October 1st, 1168 Natural Bridge Road. No Early Sales. Sept. 28-P.

YARD SALE: Saturday, October 1st, 7 A.M.-12 P.M. at the Home of Steven and Misty Turnbow, 1716 Collinwood Hwy. One Mile South of Dales Market. Lots of Boys Clothes, Adult Clothes, Dinette Set, Etc. Sept. 28-(ojb) MULTI FAMILY YARD/ MOVING SALE: 621 Wayne Street, Waynedale, Friday 3 – Dark, Saturday 7 – 1 P.M., Sept. 30, Oct. 1. Clothes Size 4T to 24W, Household Goods, Some Furniture, Too Much To List All. Sept. 28-P. YARD SALE: Saturday, 8-12, Old 64E, Turn Right on Tie Camp Road at Old Griggs’ Grocery, Go Approximately 1 Mile, Turn Right on Skelton Lane. Dwight/Beverly Prince. First and Only One This Year! Rain Cancels. Sept. 28-P. YARD SALE: Home of Dwaine Gable, 625 S. High Street, Saturday, 7 to ?, Lots of Items, Too Much To List. Sept. 28-MCI



Dark yellow Black Mountain Cur. She is wearing an orange collar with Charlie J. Holt’s name on the collar. She goes by Rene. The number to call is 7249990. Newborn Hollow Road area (Collinwood).



C. Wayne Tomerlin

Pools - Farms - Yards

Attorney At Law 28 Public Square - Lawrenceburg, TN


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.

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WCHS Interact Club Hosts Blood Drive

The Wayne County High School Interact Club hosted a blood drive for the American Red Cross on Tuesday, August 30. The blood drive went well, as 26 successful donations were given with 13 first-time donors. The Interact Club will be hosting another blood drive on January 24, 2012. Interact is the junior division of Rotary Club and works with our local Rotary Club on numerous occasions. There are no requirements to join

other than wanting to help your fellow man. The WCHS Interact Club has 64 members and is sponsored by Heather Warren and Sharae Reaves. They have already assisted with the Waynesboro Rotary Club Relay for Life roadblock, the Ladies in Pink Society savory salad supper, and they plan on helping at this year’s Harvest Festival on the square. If you need volunteers for various community events, please contact the Interact Club at h e a t h e r. w a r r e n @


*As A Monthly Feature The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Will Be Informing The Public The Amount Of Revenue Received By The Sheriffs Office For Housing Prisoners.

*As A Monthly Feature The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Will Be Informing The Public The Amount Of Revenue Received By The Sheriffs Office For Housing Prisoners.


Waynesboro Cumberland Prestyterian Church

Waynesboro, Tennessee Around 1830 -- Until Present Time

been painted white. The Cumberland Presbyterian Church was built sometime before the Civil War, and I’ve been told Union soldiers bivouacked there en route to the battle of Shiloh. The Masonic Lodge Hall was on the upper floor, and the Masons met there until they built their own hall in the 1970s. Today, the Waynesboro Cumberland Presbyterian Church seeks to continue its mission of being the hands and feet of Christ in its witness and service to the community and the world. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m., and Worship begins at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday. The C.P. Women’s group meets on the first Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the church. At the local level, its members support the Gideon’s ministry and other organizations, offers use of the church building for AA meetings and other non-profit groups free of charge, hosts the annual community-wide Easter Sunrise Service. The church also serves a free Christmas Dinner on Christmas Day each year (500 meals served in 2010). The C.P. Women’s group provides a regular card ministry to the sick, the grief-stricken, shut-ins, the lonely, and service men and women. The church provides a scholarship to members that attend Bethel University in McKenzie, TN, and provides manpower and financial support for the annual Butterfly Foundation 5K, which provides funds for children with life-limiting illnesses. The church’s work in the world includes donating 10% of our income to Bethel University, Memphis C.P. Theological Seminary, the C.P. Children’s Home in Denton, TX, Christian education and stewardship programs, growth and evangelism programs, mission ministries in several countries and the Appalachian Mountain region, cross-cultural missions in the USA, Choctaw work in Oklahoma, support for underprivileged elementary and high school students in Columbia, South America, and victims of natural disasters as they occur in the world. The church extends an invitation to those looking for a church that seeks to live out the love of God to The Waynesboro Cumberland Presbyterian Church as it is present the glory of Jesus Christ. You are welcome here! day. The church has around 50 active members. the area at this time. Services were evidently discontinued and local legend says the building was occupied for a while by Yankees. The first meeting after the war was held on November 3, 1866. Records state “Whereas for the past five years the public worship of God and church business in many places couldn’t be attended to, because of circumstances over which they had no control, and it being the case in this community when only one elder and four members were left in its bounds, and now through the instrumentality of the Reverends R. S. and James M. Walker we have increased members to over 40, etc.” In 1878, the north wall of the church fell in during services. There was only one minor injury, a member shoe hand was hit by a flying brick. Records indicate that part of the burden of rebuilding was shared by the Methodist, who used the same buiding for their services for a while. The two churches took turns using the building for worship services, with this arrangement ending in 1895. During the War Between the States, the Methodist Church was split, and there were two Methodist Churches here. Memories of Virginia Boyd Hardin All of the churches were white frame, with a steeple, except the handsome red brick Cumberland Presbyterian Church. It has since

The Waynesboro Cumberland Prestyberian Church as it appeared in 1940 with its original red brick finish before the exterior was painted white. The words above the front door read “Cumberland Presbyterian Church.” The Masonic Lodge met on the second floor.

The first Cumberland Presbyterian Church erected in this county was perhaps, the church at Waynesboro. This was erected about 1830 by the Presbyterians and Masons. The Waynesboro Cumberland Presbyterian Church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the Department of the Interior, October 22, 1987. The exact date of the organization of the church is not known. The earliest record of its existence is in the Minutes of the Masonic Lodge, which shared the building for many years. The Masons were organized under a charter granted July 7, 1846, and their records are continuous from 1854. An entry for October 10th of that year states that on that date “a group of Masons and members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church marched, accompanied by a band, from their former meeting place to the present location of the church and lodge hall and laid the cornerstone for the present building.” Records indicate that each body put up $300 for the construction. Services evidently were held there soon afterwards, but all records have been lost or destroyed due to the Civil War and the disturbances which paralyzed

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Grand Openings Held Three New Businesses

During the ribbon cutting ceremony, chamber members Karen Baker of Natural Bridge Yoga, Bridgette McNees of Whit’s End Ranch and Angela McMahel of New Image Designs presented owners Heather and Kain with their first dollar of clear profit.

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Grand Opening of Miss HazelBea’s Sweets and Treats (Vice Mayor Otha Smith and owner Bonnie Jennings) in Collinwood on Friday, September 2nd. Owned by Bonnie Jennings and operated by Bonnie and her sister-in laws Jane Skaggs, Shirley Sherrill, Karen Geibel, and Paula Bowling.

Grand Opening of Kiddin’ Around Consignment Shop in Collinwood on Friday, September 2nd. Owned and operated by Amy & Jason Balentine.

Grand Opening of From Cradle to College Consignment Shop in Waynesboro on Saturday, September 3rd. Owned and operated by Heather & Kain Smith. The Wayne County Jennings and several co- ribbon cutting ceremony. Kiddin’ Around Chamber of Commerce workers greeted guests Consignment, at the with a freshly baked had the pleasure of hosting three ribbon cuttings cheesecake and lemon corner of Third and iced tea. When asked what Broadway in Collinwood recently. On Friday afternoon, made her decide to start a is owned by Amy and September 2nd chamber business in Collinwood, Jason Balentine. Amy members, residents and Miss Bonnie simply has operated a successful a host of volunteers stated “The people, I fell photography studio in the from the Wayne County in love with the small same location for some Welcome Center made town and the people. My time and recently decided their way along Broad- husband, Bob has family to add the consignment way Street in Collinwood in the area. We vacationed shop. During the grand to welcome Miss here and bought a home opening, board member three years ago planning HazelBea’s Sweets and Phil Garner and several to retire here also.” With Treats and the Kiddin’ Around Consignment a laugh, she added, “We fellow chamber members presented Amy and Jason to the Collinwood haven’t retired yet!” a first dollar of clear Miss HazelBea’s community. The afternoon was full is named in honor of profit and congratulated of excitement as bubbles Bonnie’s mother Hazel Amy on her new and balloons lined the Beatrice. Bonnie’s sister- venture. Refreshments in-laws Jane Skaggs, were enjoyed by all that north side of Broadway. On the following Satur- Shirley Sherrill, Karen attended. Fellow chamber day morning, several Geibel and Paula Bowling member HTD Florist chamber members, assist in operating the donated a colorful red, residents and family business. Bonnie stated yellow and green bow members joined together that her family played a for the ribbon cutting to welcome Heather and major role in setting up ceremony. Saturday morning Kain Smith, owners of operations and running was just as exciting, as the shop. Miss HazelBea’s From Cradle to College Waynesboro’s newest Sweets and Treats Consignment Shop to the Waynesboro business specializes in gourmet business opened its chocolate confections. doors. From Cradle to community. Miss HazelBea’s Sweets Dorothye McGrath and College is a consignment and Treats officially fellow welcome center shop that specializes in presented clothing and everything opened on Friday volunteers Bonnie with a fi rst dollar else one could want or afternoon. Owner Bonnie of clear profit during the need for their child.

mile cycling trip is for the small business owner with 0-10 employees and doing annual revenues of 0-one million. Right now those are the real heroes who need the most support. Here is hoping to see as many of you as possible at the final stop in Memphis at Shelby Farms Park September 28th from 2-4 P.M., “ said Coach Robert Staub. The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce has been able to team up with TSBDC (Tennessee Small Business Development Center) so that they could offer this breakfast as well as a workshop later in the fall. If you missed him this trip, Coach Staub will return in November during Global Entrepreneurship Week for a full-day workshop hosted by the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce. The “Grow Your Business Tour” is a fast-paced 90 minute workshop that will help the business owner with their direction, identity, marketing and benchmarks so they will have more confidence, more prospects, more referrals and a path and a plan for more business. One of the biggest complaints voiced by Small Business Owners is that they want to market their business but don’t know what to do. Staub addresses this and many other topics in his workshop. “I will be working with small business owners who want to grow their business and be more focused on this Tour. But the Tour is as much about new job creation. Help the small business owner with their business growth and the jobs will follow. We just want the small business owner to put more money in their pocket at the end of the day.” stated Robert Staub, the seminar’s presenter. Robert serves on the Advisory Board for the TSBDC. He also recently served on the U.S. Small Business Administration National Advisory Board in Washington. This tour will visit all of the 13 Small Business Development Centers in TN, including Wayne County’s Virtual Small Business Development Center housed within the chamber’s office, room 301 of the Wayne County Court House. The TSBDC is a community outreach initiative. The TSBDC are a network of centers that operate statewide to assist the small business sector by providing free counseling to potential entrepreneurs and small business owners. The TN Small Business Development Center is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the TN Board of Regents, and the State of TN. The tour has scheduled stops in Nashville, Murfreesboro, Cookeville, Gallatin, Clarksville, Jackson, UT Martin, Covington, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Knoxville, Johnson City and Memphis. For more information about the TSBDC or if you would like to attend the Grow Your Own Business Tour, visit the web site at www.tsbdc. org or call the TSBDC’s Lead Center office at 615849-9999.

Elaine Rich of Waynesboro was the winner of a Lawnmower recently given away by the Waynesboro Quik Mart. Pictured with Elaine is store employee Tina Hudgins.

Regional Medical Facilities Announce Affiliation Agreements Maury Regional Medical Center, along with NorthCrest Medical Center in Springfield and Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, today announced collaborative agreements with Vanderbilt University Medical Center. As organizations across the nation work to lower health care costs while meeting performance standards for clinical quality, providers are identifying ways to best serve patients throughout the continuum of care by creating cost-effective regional health care delivery systems. The agreements create significant opportunities for these organizations to integrate care and broaden the scope of health care services, including medical records connectivity; establishing protocols and incentives for delivering services at the most cost-effective location; jointly building service capabilities and quality programs; and, introducing protocols that standardize evidencebased medical practices. These agreements will help to ensure that all organizations will remain independent while meeting the needs of the communities they serve. “The objective is to enhance the capabilities of all four organizations by offering new services, standardizing best practices and providing the highest value health care network to business and government,” said Maury Regional CEO Robert Otwell. “This expanded affiliation with Vanderbilt will benefit Maury Regional by collaborating with one of the most respected teaching and research hospitals in the nation. We can draw upon their clinical expertise and physician recruitment strengths while maintaining our independence as a community hospital.” Currently, Maury Regional and Vanderbilt have shared partnerships through the physician practice of Vanderbilt Heart-Columbia, diagnostic imaging services in Spring Hill, and the provision of inpatient neonatal intensive care and cardiac surgery services. “This agreement will enable us to collaborate in new ways as we work together to further our common goal to provide a continuum of health care services for the

citizens of this region,” said C. Wright Pinson, MBA, M.D., deputy vice chancellor for Health Affairs and CEO of the Vanderbilt Health System. Jeff Balser, M.D., Ph.D., vice chancellor for Health Affairs and dean of the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine added, “Major developments are occurring rapidly within the delivery of health care as the result of the advancement of medical science and due to changes to federal and state health policy. These policy changes are placing increasing importance on the creation of innovative models to more efficiently and effectively coordinate the delivery of health care across broad populations. This affiliation is a tremendous positive for all parties, serving as a forward-thinking approach to partnerships between communitybased providers and large tertiary referral centers as we work together to address changes occurring under health care reform.”

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Annual Farm City Day A Success For Over 200 2nd Graders On September 20th, 2011 the Wayne County Soil Conservation District (SCD) conducted its annual Farm City Day for over 200 Wayne County second graders. Supporting agencies, local governments and private businesses provided educational booths and demonstrations at the Green River Baptist Church. As children arrived they were

assembled by class to take a group picture. Students were guided in groups to their beginning station and rotated to each educational site. Donna Garretson, Grazing Specialist for NRCS, brought a â&#x20AC;&#x153;rainfall simulatorâ&#x20AC;? that demonstrated how ground cover controls erosion and improves water quality. Dr. Alan Bell of Tri-County Animal

Clinic with his assistants Kim and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Georgiaâ&#x20AC;? gave a presentation on animal sciences and techniques used in veterinarian care. Wildlife Officers Pam McDonald and Rusty Thompson, of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, brought various wildlife education items including pelts and tracks to teach the identification of the wildlife indigenous to Tennessee. Joe McKinnon of the Tennessee Farm Bureau brought his dairy cow character to demonstrate where milk originally comes from.

Alberto Ramirez, mill manager of BrownForman Cooperage, along with Larry Miller, demonstrated to the students, with a detailed presentation, how a wooden barrel was made from start to finish. The Tennessee Division of Forestry presented an educational video to students on the importance of fire safety. Don Doran of TVEC demonstrated to the students the importance of electrical safety with an interactive presentation. Outside, the Waynesboro Police

Department and Wayne County Sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Department had vehicles for the children to tour. Brandon Mitchell with the UT Extension Service brought chickens for the students to observe and explained about them. The Wayne County Highway Department had construction equipment on site for the students to observe and the Tennessee Division of Forestry brought heavy equipment used in forest fires. Appreciation goes out to all who helped make the annual Farm City

Day a success and to all who made donations to the wonderful event. Also gratitude is extended to Green River Baptist Church for their hospitality and allowing the SCD to once again use their facilities.

Spl. Speaker At Phillips Chapel Sunday, Oct. 2 Kyle Pope will be the guest speaker at Phillips Chapel Church on Sunday night, October 2nd. Services will begin at 6:30 P.M. Everyone is invited to attend.


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W.C.H.S. Marching Band Wins Several First Place Trophies

at Olive Hill on Saturday night, October 1st beginning at 6:30 P.M. Featured will be The Napier Singers from Lawrenceburg. The congregation invites everyone to attend.

Revival Be Held Johnsons Chapel Oct. 2-5 Revival services are set for October 2 through 5 at the Johnsons Chapel

On September 17th, 2011 the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pride of the Wildcatsâ&#x20AC;? Marching Band participated in the Hickman County Marching Classic competition in Centerville. They competed in Class G and won the following trophies:1st place for Best

Band; 1st place for Best Color Guard; 1st place for Best Field Commander and 2nd place for Percussion. In the overall results of 19 bands WCHS Band placed 3rd for Field Commander; 6th for Color Guard; 7th for Percussion and 10th for Band.


Pond And Lake Stockers DELIVERY DATE

Thursday, October 6th- 12:15 Till 1 P.M.

Wayne Farmers Co-op

Old Highway 64 East - Waynesboro David Abney, 13414 Hwy. 37 South, McCrory, AR 72101

PHONE: 870-697-3550

Free Will Baptist Church in Lutts. Services will be held at 6 P.M. on Sunday and 7 P.M. Monday through

Wednesday. Tim Hanback will be preaching. Everyone is extended a welcome invitation to attend.

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month October has been designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Ladies In Pink Society encourages everyone to wear pink the

first Sunday in October, (October 2nd) in order to raise awareness and remind women of the need to schedule a mammogram.

Considering that this is a small size band this year, their sound and enthusiasm is heart warming. It has been quite a while since a Wayne County Marching Band has won a first-place trophy in a competition. The team work, leadership, and cooperation of each individual student under the direction of Mr. Cross led to this outstanding performance. The band is encouraged to keep up the momentum and get ready for the next competition on October 15th in Muscle Shoals at the TN Valley Invitational Marching Competition.

Decoration Sunday, Oct. 2 Shiloh Cemetery Decoration day will be observed at the Shiloh Double Branches Cemetery on Sunday, October 2nd. Everyone is invited to attend and support the cemetery upkeep.

Gospel Singing A gospel singing will be held at the Mt. Calvary Full Gospel Church


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NEWS Charlotte Smith EXTENSION AGENT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE EXTENSION OCTOBER MEANS PUMPKINS! From the store or farm to your table or front porch, pumpkins are fun to cut up and place around for decoration, but even better to eat! Did you know pumpkins are a great source of vitamin A? According to the University of Illinois Extension, pumpkin contains beta-carotene. When beta-carotene is converted into Vitamin A, it may reduce your risk for developing certain types of cancer, and offers protection against heart disease. Not only is pumpkin pulp good for you, but the seeds are

a good source of protein and iron and lower in fat than many other nuts. If you would like to visit a pumpkin patch close to Wayne County, visit McGee Farm. Call (256) 766-2725 to check on times and costs. They are located at 8211 County Road 7, Florence, Alabama 35633. TO COOK A PUMPKIN Storage Tip: Pumpkins are great because they can stay for about a month if stored in a dry place. Do not store your pumpkin in the fridge before cutting. It will deteriorate more quickly. To cut a pumpkin, start by scrubbing the outside

of the pumpkin. Make a shallow cut around the pumpkin using a large chef’s knife to provide a guide and prevent blade from slipping. Cut the pumpkin in half and scoop out the seeds and fibers. Save the seeds to bake later! To bake, place cut side down on a shallow baking dish covered in aluminum foil for easy cleanup. Add half a pan of water. Bake at 350-400 degrees for 40-45 minutes or longer depending on size. Test the pumpkin for tenderness using a butter knife or fork. When tender, remove from oven. Scoop out the inside of pumpkin. Blend or puree pumpkin to use for pie, soup, bread, or pumpkin butter. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends NOT canning pumpkin butter or puree. Pumpkin butter and puree freezes well and is recommended. FOR A HEALTHIER

~ AUCTION ~ Saturday, October 1 - 10:00 A.M.

Selling School Buses for Wayne Co. Board of Education

Location: Wayne Co. School Bus Garage 311 Hog Creek Road - Waynesboro, TN

Bus # 109 112 129 130 136 96-16 96-11 1994 2003 1993

Mileage Year Make Vin # 1HVBBACN8RH591252 174,243 1994 International 1HVBBACNXRH591253 145,087 1994 International 1HVBBACN1RH591254 195,146 1994 International 1HVBBACM3RH521255 151,613 1994 International 1HVBBAAN9SH690350 135,073 1995 International 1HVBBAAN0TH324780 122,187 1996 International 1HVBBAAN4TH324782 72,894 1996 International Ford 350 Econoline 15 Passenger Van - Approx 300K Miles Dodge 15 Passenger Van - Approx. 150K Miles Dodge 15 Passenger Van - Approx. 120K Miles

*Announcements made day of sale take precedence over all printed materials. Selling with confirmation of seller. *TERMS: Cash, Cashier’s Check, Certified Check or Personal Check with Letter of Credit!

Lineberry Auction Service 10625 Hwy. 64 East - Savannah, TN 38372

Col. Rex Lineberry, Lic. #385 - Firm Lic. #1902 Home 731-925-6860 - Cell 731-607-1266

PUMPKIN PIE Substitute a couple of ingredients to cut down on calories and fat. • If it says use heavy cream, use skim evaporated milk. • If it says use whole eggs, use three egg whites for every two whole eggs. • Using a graham cracker crust will also cut down on fat and calories. ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS The kids will love digging through the slimy messy pumpkin for the pumpkin seeds, especially if they know later they will be eating them! • 1 quart water • 2 Tablespoons salt • 2 cups pumpkin seeds • 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil or melted, unsalted butter 1. Preheat oven to 250°F. 2. Pick through seeds and remove any cut seeds. Remove as much

of the stringy fibers as possible. 3. Bring the water and salt to a boil. Add the seeds and boil for 10 minutes. Drain, spread on kitchen towel or paper towel and pat dry. 4. Place the seeds in a bowl and toss with oil or melted butter. 5. Spread evenly on a large cookie sheet or roasting pan. 6. Place pan in a preheated oven and roast the seeds for 30 to 40 minutes. Stir about every 10 minutes, until crisp and golden brown. 7. Cool the seeds and eat or pack in airtight containers or zip closure bags and refrigerate until ready to eat. Yield 2 cups This recipe was obtained from the University of Illinois Extension website. For fun ideas with pumpkins and the history of pumpkins, visit the website, urbanext.illinois.

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HARDIN COUNTY STOCKYARD 3350 HWY 226, SAVANNAH, TN 38372 731-925-3287 931-224-2247


MARKET REPORT SEPTEMBER 21, 2011 Total Hd 922 Last Week 864 Last Yr 1101 Cattle 899 Goats 3 Hogs 20

Jacqueline L. Paul

#1 STEERS & BULLS 200-300 WT 138.00-172.50 300-400 WT 134.00-138.00 400-500 WT 126.00-134.00 500-600 WT 121.00-126.00 600-700 WT 117.00-121.00 700-800 WT 112.00-117.00 800-900 WT 103.00-112.00

936 Waynesboro, Hwy Waynesboro, TN 38485 Has made application with the Wayne County Beer Board to Operate:

#1 HEIFERS 200-300 WT 126.00-132.00 300-400 WT 118.00-126.00 400-500 WT 114.00-118.00 500-600 WT 111.00-114.00 600-700 WT 106.00-111.00 700-800 WT 95.00-106.00 800-900 WT 88.00- 95.00


5781 Beech Creek Rd. Waynesboro, TN 38485 Publication of this notice is required by the Wayne County Beer Board.

edu/pumpkins/seed.cfm. Margen, Sheldon. “Winter Squash: Beta Cartene with Carbohydrates.” The Wellness Encyclopedia of Food and Nutrition: How to Buy, Store, and Prepare Every Variety of Fresh Food. New York: Rebus, 1992. 169-70. Print. “Roasted Pumpkin Seeds - Pumpkin Recipes - Pumpkins and More - University of Illinois Extension.” University of Illinois Extension-Urban Programs Resource Network - University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. Web. 19 Sept. 2011. <http:// pumpkins/seed.cfm>.



Saturday, October 1st • 9:00 a.m.

Liquidation of new & used hand tools, small appliances, yard tools & more, returns & closeouts from major chain stores & a 39 McCormick Farmall Super M Tractor Location: 4150 Head of Green River Road

Directions: From Waynesboro Square, go Hwy. 13 South 2.2 miles. Turn left on Green River Road, go 3 miles to Head of Green River Road, bare left, go .08 mile to sale. Watch for auction signs.


Red Tag Sale includes Model 4025, 41 HP

PRESSURE WASHER TILE SAW 39 MCCORMICK FARMALL TRACTOR • Bonaire twin window fan • 22” dual action Craftsman • Plenty of gas, electric and • Concrete chipping • Toaster ovens Bushwhacker electric trimmer propane weed eaters hammer • Lasko ceramic heater with remote • Craftsman paint guns • Faucets (set) • Different sized air • Craftsman 2.0 amp sheet pad • Oregon chainsaw blade • 5 pc. outdoor table set, stone ridge conditioners sander sharpener • Industrial spray • Pressure cooker • Craftsman workshop vise 6” • 22” gas hedge trimmer • Stainless steel Kenmore microwave paint • Dewalt 5” sander kit • 16 volt drill driver • Kenmore blender & food processor • Pro Fry double • Craftsman 3” circular saw w/laser • Set of flash lights deep fryer • Coffee maker track • Many Craftsman air tool • Garden tools & • BBQ Pro Round kettle grill • Craftsman 2.5 gal. portable wet/ accessories accessories • Craftsman computer controlled dry vacuum • 12” Worx weed eaters • Different sized carving machine • Craftsman 19.2 volt 5½” circular saw (battery operated) humidifiers • 1/3 HP drill press • Craftsman 3/4 and 1/4 HP • Craftsman pressure washers • Radiator heater • Alarm clocks submersible portable utility pumps 2700cc • Newberry glass • Wet/dry vacuum • Craftsman 20” gas power chainsaw • 22 pc. Craftsman drill & table • Craftsman chemical sprayer 50cc /case driving set • Craftsman & • Pepper & tomato hangers • Craftsman 20” gas power chainsaw • Several 37 pc. and 93 pc. Stanley pressure • 24 volt Dewalt drill set 50cc w/no case tool sets washers • Grill accessories • Craftsman 22” self propelled • Craftsman battery & charger • Grill rotisserie • 6 ft. aluminum lawnmower • Kenmore deep fryer w/2 ladder • Boltless slot storage system • Kenmore grill covers frying baskets • Craftsman lead • Electric fireplace heater • Craftsman torque wrench • Show Time rotisserie and work lights • Wood planer • Craftsman 125 PSI 120 volt inflator BBQ oven • Craftsman socket • Kenmore stainless steel portable • Craftsman air tools, impacts, • Kenmore 18 qt. roaster oven grill organizers ratchets, sanders, and different sized w/buffet server • Craftsman 1/4 right • Water heater/cooler drills • Kenmore 10 pc. stainless angle grinder • Bathroom accessories • Craftsman routers, chainsaw blades steel cookware • Craftsman grass • Craftsman air compressor & mower blades, all sizes • Kenmore blender catchers • Die Hard battery charger • Skill saw blades & 12 3/4” drill bits • Coffee pots of all brands • Many, many more • Craftsman tool boxes • Craftsman work lamps • Weber gas grill items not listed! • Drills, grinders, sanders & other • Craftsman work belts • Lasko 18” fan hand tools Terms: Cash or good check. Checks will need bank letter attached. Settlement in full day of sale on all items. Sales tax will be charged to all items (except tractor). Dealers must have valid sales tax certiÀcate with them day of sale or register with John White Realty Auction L.L.C. before sale. If no valid sales tax certiÀcate, sales tax will be collected. NO EXCEPTIONS. All items will be sold “AS IS” with no warranties expressed or implied. John White Realty and Auction L.L.C. is agent only for the sellers.

For more information, call 931-762-8585 or

D & C HAY EQUIPMENT, LLC Highway 117, 4 Miles South Of Adamsville, TN Stantonville, TN - 731-632-3608 -

TN Firm Lic.No. 4773

JOHN WHITE Realty & Auction L.L.C.

TN Firm Lic. No. 4773

John M. White, Broker/Auctioneer - TN Lic. No. 5696 Randy Shook, Auctioneer, - TN Lic. No. 2189 • Johnny Holland, Broker/Auctioneer - TN Lic. No. 35

306 Crews Street • Suite B • Lawrenceburg, TN 38464 Phone: 931-762-8585

All announcements made day of sale take precedence over any printed matter or prior announcements


AGRICULTURE NEWS Fruit trees are one of the most popular additions to any homestead. Besides giving shade, they give us fresh fruit to eat or to make jams and jellies from, or turn into a pie. While many people love to grow fruit trees, one of the most common calls I get is about problems with these same trees. If you plan on adding new fruit trees, or have to replace a dead or dying tree, here are some tips to help with new tree selection so you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be my next fruit tree phone call. â&#x20AC;˘ Plant at the right time. The best time to plant is when the tree is dormant. There is some debate as to whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best to plant in late fall or late winter/early spring, but the main thing is to avoid planting when the tree is actively growing. The actual planting time may be determined for you by when local nurseries receive stock, or when catalog nurseries ship your plants. â&#x20AC;˘ Determine the size of tree you want or need. Dwarf, semi-dwarf, and standard varieties exist, and each has benefits and drawbacks. Dwarf trees fruit sooner and fill less space, but they are the shortest lived. Standard trees are the exact opposite. Semi-dwarf trees fall somewhere in the middle. â&#x20AC;˘ Tree varieties bloom at different times. Determine if you want an early, mid, or late blooming tree based on the spring freeze date, insects, heat and drought, and when you want to harvest. â&#x20AC;˘ Disease resistance - Cedar-Apple rust, fireblight, brown rot, and a few others can be very problematic. If you have trees now, look at which species is healthiest and produces best. Those varieties are

probably resistant. If you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have any existing trees to go by, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t assume you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have diseases in your area. Find resistant varieties and plant them. The cost between resistant and non-resistant varieties is usually comparable, if not identical to each other. â&#x20AC;˘ Insects are also a problem. Japanese beetles are probably the most problematic for the foliage of many fruit trees, but other insects affect the fruit, bark, limbs, trunk, and roots of the tree. Once again, finding resistant varieties is your first line of defense in preventing insect problems. â&#x20AC;˘ Buy healthy trees. If a tree looks a little off, it could be lack of water, or it could be diseased. Sometimes you can catch a good deal on healthy trees that are on sale at the end of spring, but because summer is so much closer, the tree will need more care to survive. â&#x20AC;˘ Site location Southern facing slopes may seem to be the best location to plant trees, but they warm up the most on sunny winter days, causing the tree to bloom very early, often before the last frost, which can kill the fruit. Bottom land is another location that seems good, but can be problematic. Frost is nothing but very cold, wet air. Since cold air sinks, lowlands get the heaviest frost. If you are in one of these locations, remember later blooming trees may eliminate, or at least help with frost damage to fruit. â&#x20AC;˘ Learn to plant correctly. The hole you dig for a new tree should be 2-3 times as big around as the rootball, but not as deep. Dig the hole out. Then rough up the sides and bottom of the hole. Shovels create smooth (Continued On Page SixB)


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Tract #1: 199.432 Acres, road frontage on California Branch Road, Nelson Hollow Road and Story Road. Pasture, fencing, livestock working pens, timber, lake, creeks and springs. You can see for miles on top of the hills. Good fertile pasture with plenty of water. Excellent livestock and hunting farm. Fish the lake! Tract#2: 30.321 Acres road frontage on Story Road and Nelson Hollow Road. Timber tract with hardwoods and pine. Tract #3: 18.379 Acres road frontage on Nelson Hollow Road, creek, old historic building. Pasture and timber. Tract #4: 54.342 Acres road frontage on California Branch Road and Williams Hollow Road. Pasture and timber, creek, fencing. Tract #5: 5.15 Acres, road frontage on California Branch Road, home, shop, metal with concrete floor 30X50 with open side sheds 14.x50, shed 44X30 open equipment/hay shed with side sheds, barn with 2 stalls and cattle working area, grain bin, lake, creek, spring heads in the backyard for water, asphalt driveway, landscaped lawn, lake has island, beautiful place to live. Home is a split level with app. 200+ sq. ft., main floor, has 2 bedrooms, master bathroom, great room with kitchen, great views with front porch and back deck. The basement has one huge room with bar, an office or could be used for bedroom, a utility room with washer and dryer connections. Walk out to a full covered carport with asphalt drive. A Must See. Tract #6: 67.007 Acres, road frontage on California Branch Road, pasture and timber, creeks, good bottom and hill pasture. See for miles on top of the hill. Great hunting and livestock farm.

DIRECTIONS: Collinwood at the intersections of Highway 13 and Railroad Bed Road, take Railroad Bed Road East under Natchez Trace Parkway, continue 4.5 miles to California Branch Road (Also known as the Phillip M. Berry Memorial Highway), Turn left go 2.3 miles to farm on both sides of road. From West Point, TN, at the intersections of Highway 242, take Collinwood Road west go 5.3 miles to farm. Note: California Branch Road, Phillip Berry Memorial Highway in Wayne County and Collinwood Road in Lawrence County is the same road.



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sides which inhibit root growth. After scarring the sides and bottom, place the tree in the hole. You want the top of the rootball to sit a few inches above the surrounding ground. This is because the rootball will settle later. If you plant it level with the surrounding ground, later it will sink in and be a puddle every time it rains. After making sure the depth is correct, take the tree out and cut the bottom of the rootball in the shape of an X to loosen the roots. Place the tree back in the hole and fill the remaining area with soil. By digging the hole very wide and then filling back in, you’re loosening the soil up for root growth. • Learn to mulch correctly. Mulch is designed to keep the soil from drying out and eliminate weed growth. Far too often, trees are mulched too deeply. If you’re worried that weeds will get though a

thin layer of mulch, lay down a layer of weed barrier, then place a thin layer (about two inches) of good coarse mulch down making sure to avoid covering up the trunk of the tree. • Water correctly. Water the tree in thoroughly at planting time. Do not water daily, but every day check the soil’s moisture level to make sure the ground doesn’t dry out. The soil should feel moist, but not saturated. On average, you will water two to three times per week for the first few weeks. As the roots develop, you’ll want to water less often, but with more water. After a few weeks, you should not have to water more than once per week. Often, spring rains eliminate the need for watering for a time, but don’t forget to start watering again once the summer heat sets in. When watering, remember too much water kills trees just like too little water. • Fertilization - Don’t fertilize at the time of


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Timberland - Recreational Property - Farmland 164+- Ac - 2 Tracts Gunwaleford Rd (CR 2) & Natchez Trace Pkwy 17 miles West of Florence, Alabama Directions to Property: From McFarland Park in Florence, go Northwest on Hwy 20 approx. 3 miles. Turn (L) on Gunwaleford Rd (CR 2) and go approx. 14 miles. Turn (R) onto CR 186 (just before Natchez Trace Pkwy) and go approx. 1/2 mile to property on right. Real Estate: This property offers road frontage on two county roads near the Natchez Trace Parkway. The farm is conveniently located to the Tennessee River’s Pickwick Lake, where hunting and fishing are ideal. Tract 1 consist of 98+- ac fronting Co Rd 186 with 13+- ac. in cotton. Tract 2 consist of 65+ac fronting Co Rd 206 and is in timberland. Farmland: The property has approx. 13 ac. of prime redland farmland in the farming section of the Bend of the River. Timberland: The timberland has relatively level terrain. A portion of the timberland is in pine trees. Most of the hardwood timber was harvested approx. 8 yrs. ago and has been allowed to regenerate naturally. The timberland offers excellent investment for timber and abundance of wildlife. Property will be offered in 2 Tracts and again as one unit. Agents on property Sat., Sept. 24th, 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Please visit our website at for additional information. Sale Site: Tract 1 (In case of inclement weather, sale site will be @ Oakland Fire Dept.). Sellers: Bobo Family Group, LLC Terms: 20% down payment on day of sale. Balance due upon delivery of deed within 30 days from day of sale. Possession upon delivery of deed, subject to the 2011 crop harvest. Seller will furnish owners title insurance. Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids.

planting. Nutrients are already in your soil. If you have a good pH, those nutrients are available to the newly planted tree. Too many fertilizers promote tree growth. All you want the first year is root growth. If you do decide to fertilize sometime in the first year, make sure the fertilizer does not have any nitrogen. Starting with the second year, consider adding a slowrelease fertilizer.

4-H NEWS The Chick-Chain Show and Sale is this Saturday. The contest, located on the square in Waynesboro, will start at 10 A.M. The show starts the day, with the sale to immediately follow. If you are a competitor, please show up fifteen

Lewis County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center today received My InnerView Excellence in Action awards, national honors that recognize the facility’s commitment to superior customer and workforce satisfaction. Nearly 5,500 nursing homes in the country participated in a 2010 satisfaction survey. The award, which is presented annually, recognizes those providers that performed in the top ten percent of nursing homes. “We congratulate the Excellence in Action award recipients,” said Amanda Twiss, CEO of My InnerViewOCS. “These skilled nursing facilities deserve recognition for their success. The feedback that they received from residents,

Saturday, October 8 - 10 A.M. Selling Surplus Equipment For The City Of Waynesboro Location of Sale: City Maintenance Garage behind Wayne County Farm Bureau and next E.W. James and Sons Grocery

AUCTION LIST Utility Department:

*Tire chains *20” tv/vce combo, General Electric *Misc. radios and computers *Sony digital camera *2 - 2” pumps (for parts) *2 - antique red lights (4-way) *2 - flashing caution lights (2 way) *2 - LP gas tanks for pickup *Lamp w/shade *Vehicle mount spot light *Antique case of coke bottles in wooden case *Earthway seed spreader *2 - antique line paint machines *3 - jackhammers *Buckets of misc. pipe fittings *2 - stereo speakers *Misc. flood light bulbs *Misc. light fixtures

Police Department:

*3 Portable Printers *3 Dell keyboards *1 - Laptop (does not work) *HP Photo Smart Studio Printer *Conference Camera System *Several Baseball Bats *8 - Patrol VHS Camera Systems *1 - Police bicycle and helmet *2 - VHS/DVD Combo players *1 - Dart Pistol *9MM Sig Sauer without MAG *.22 Ruger without MAG *Portable CD player *Misc. MAG’s for various guns *Misc. Items

*Two tone brown Chevrolet Pickup Truck - seized *Wrecked Ford Ranger - Towed in and was not picked up by owner *Green Ford Taurus - Towed in and was not picked up by owner *Black Ford Ranger - Seized *Crown Victoria Transmission *Crown Victoria Motor *Misc. Crown Victoria Parts *Misc. tools *4 Dell Computer monitors (tube style) *2 - CD towers *Tub of misc. knives

minutes early. For those interested in purchasing chickens, please bring a cage to carry them home in. The University of Tennessee Extension offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Lewis Co. Nursing And Rehab. Center Receives Excellence In Action Award


*45 HP Mahindra Tractor, 2 wheel drive, wrecked, Vin - up3212k5 *EDCO pavement cutter, Kohler engine *Snapper “Rider” zero turn mower, Kohler 2 cylinder O.H.V. engine *#10 1992 Ford F350, 1 ton custom, Vin - 1FDKF37H2NNA94621, dump works *#88 1993 GMC TK1, 1/2 ton, Vin 1GTEK14KOP2531447, 94 Model 5.7 Liter Engine *Boring Machine *Jackhammer, drills, mics. air tools *Universal 125,000 BTU heater - kerosene *Reddy heater 110,000 BTU - kerosene *Misc. pumps *Antique parking meter parts

• Pruning - Don’t prune anything except for damaged limbs at the time of planting. On the end of limbs are those wonderful little things called leaves. Since plants use photosynthesis to create food, removing limbs means removing leaves. Removing leaves means removing vital nutrients needed by the tree. Now, some of those limbs may be in the wrong spot, but wait until next winter to take

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*Compac Armada E500 Laptop W/charger, No Hard Drive *Dell Latitude Model PP01L W/charger, No Hard Drive *Announcements made day of sale take precedence over all printed materials. Selling with confirmation of seller. *TERMS: Cash, Cashier’s Check, Certified Check or Personal Check with Letter of Credit!

Lineberry Auction Service 10625 Hwy. 64 East - Savannah, TN 38372

Col. Rex Lineberry, Lic. #385 - Firm Lic. #1902 Home 731-925-6860 - Cell 731-607-1266

families, and employees overwhelmingly scored their facilities as excellent. This award salutes their dedication to customer and workforce satisfaction, and highlights the differences they make in the lives of

people every day.” My InnerView-OCS, a division of National Research Corporation, provides applied research and quality-improvement solutions that span the entire post-acute healthcare continuum. My InnerView presents the annual award and supports leaders across the entire senior care profession with tools to measure, benchmark, and improve performance. This year’s award for superior customer and workforce satisfaction was presented to My InnerView customers who completed a customer and workforce satisfaction survey in 2010, had a minimum 30 percent response rate, and scored in the top ten percent of qualifying facilities on the questions “What is your recommendation of this facility to others?” and “What is your recommendation of this facility as a place to work?” in terms of the percentage of respondents rating the facility as “excellent.” Lewis County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has been a part of the Hohenwald community for 36 years.

Homecoming Sunday, Oct. 2 Turkey Creek Turkey Creek Union Church in Savannah, TN will observe homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 2nd.

Services will begin at 10 A.M. with singing beginning at 10:30 featuring Thread Of Home from Collinwood, The Wayne Jerrolds Gospel Group from Savannah, TN, Travis Burks and Alison Walker. Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Willie Paul Kilburn and the congregation invite everyone to attend.

Homecoming Sunday, Oct. 2nd Riverside Church Riverside United Methodist Church will observe its 50th homecoming service on Sunday, October 2nd. They will also have a gospel meeting starting October 3rd and continuing through October 5th. Jim Beatty, Superintendent of the Pulaski District of United Methodist Churches will be the guest speaker on Sunday morning. Services will begin at 11 A.M. with lunch to follow. Singing will be enjoyed in the afternoon. Services will be held at 7 P.M. Monday through Wednesday with special singing and different speakers each night. Josh Layne, pastor, and the congregation invite everyone to attend. CALL 722-5429 THE WAYNE COUNTY NEWS For Your Advertising Needs


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.

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 FIRST PENTECOSTAL Natural Bridge Road - Troy Gobbell, Pastor UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CLIFTON S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Corner Of Hassell & Songer St. Elm Street – Clifton CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Waynesboro, Tennessee Is our life filled with problems or with opportunities? Every problem is, in Billy Wright, Pastor Jerry Robbins, Pastor Lea Thornton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13 South – Waynesboro reality, an opportunity turned on its head. We see the problem as a S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M PHILLIPS CHAPEL COMMUNITY CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. problem only until we get a glimpse of the CLIFTON UNITED Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Sun. Disc. Training 5 P.M. - Worship 6 P.M. METHODIST CHURCH hidden opportunity. For example, John Blackwell, Pastor Wed. Even. 6 P.M. West Pillow St., Clifton - Josh Layne Pastor NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER STATELINE CHURCH losing our job may provide the S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 128, Clifton Keith Montgomery, Pastor RIVERSIDE UNITED opportunity of finding a job that is Jimmy Hayes, Pastor Hwy. 13 S. TN/AL Stateline METHODIST CHURCH 3 P.M.Worship more suited to our talents. And a Wed. Night. 6:30 P.M. Highway 128 N. Of Clifton - Josh Layne COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. problem, which initially appears to Worship 9:45 A.M. – S.S. 10:45 GOD OF PROPHECY MEMORIAL CUMBERLAND have no solution, can still be an Railroad Bed – Woodlawn BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Connie Pulley, Pastor Indian Creek Road, Waynesboro opportunity if we take it as a challenge Highway 13 North – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Donnie Overton, Pastor to further develop some aspect of Don Jones, Pastor WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 64 West – Waynesboro our character. Or, a favorite GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH CLIFTON PRESBYTERIAN Ron Smith, Pastor Colllinwood – Third Avenue material possession may be broken S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CHURCH IN CLIFTON Lawrence Steiner, Pastor CLIFTON CHURCH OF GOD Dr. James Roundtree Pastor or unusable beyond the point of S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Dorothy Lambert, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. repair. This may be an opportunity to LEATHERWOOD S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF GOD work on being less attached to our 308 South Main St. – Waynesboro Highway 13 – Collinwood Highway 64 West S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. material possessions. Can we throw the Richard Bane, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. RAY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH object away with equanimity? In a similar Highway 64 East - Waynesboro CROMWELL CROSSROADS CHURCH 3 ½ Miles Down Hog Creek Road way, we often cannot change or “fix” the Father Kevin Dowling, Pastor Service 10 A.M. Sunday Edd Lopp, Pastor Joe Risner, Pastor Saturday Mass 5 P.M. people in our lives, and this may present the S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. WAYNE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH HOLLIS CHAPEL ZION BAPTIST CHURCH opportunity to work on patience and Highway 13 North – Waynesboro FULL GOSPEL CHURCH 750 Glenrock Branch Road Junior Cummins, Pastor Old Railroad – Iron City - Pastor, Julie Keener tolerance of others. So, when we are faced with adversity, we should look Nathan Huff, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. first for opportunity, and if that doesn’t readily present itself, then we WAYNESBORO S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. SEVENTH DAY GREEN RIVER TABERNACLE BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH should look for what we can learn and how we can grow from this ADVENTISTS OF WAYNESBORO Green River Road, Waynesboro 8821 California Branch Road Pastor – John Johnston experience. Adversity is often a gift in disguise, and even when the gift isn’t Larry Janes, Pastor Westpoint, TN 38486 - Tony Shults, Pastor 1606 Old Highway 64 E. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. obvious, it is sometimes heaven’s way of polishing our rough exterior. Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Evening Worship 6 P.M. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS LITTLE BETHEL ABUNDANT LIFE Worship 9 A.M. – S.S. 10 A.M. Count it all joy, my brethren when you meet various trials, for HOLINESS CHURCH FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH Located Linden Ward – 5 Miles On Pumping Station Road you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. Highway 64 West – Waynesboro W of Linden Highway 412 Robert Marks, Pastor R.S.V. James 1:2-3 Dean Haggard, Pastor LIVING WATER TABERNACLE S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M 918 West Point Rd – Lawrenceburg Sunday Service 10:30 Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. Shawn Moore, Pastor Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. JOHNSON’S CHAPEL PINEY GROVE Sunday Evening 6 P.M. - Thurs. Evening 7 P.M. MT. HOPE UNITED COLLINWOOD UNITED BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study 6 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. THE BRIDE OF CHRIST FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Gene Kelly, Pastor th HOLINESS CHURCH 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 Gene Daniel, Assistant Pastor Highway 13 South – Collinwood Hwy. CLIFTON REVIVAL CENTER BEREA Greg Eaton, Pastor Bobbie Martin, Pastor Tommy Flood, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. In The Highland Community 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. Sunday Night – 5 P.M. Bro. Johnny Kilburn, Pastor Shayne Riley, Pastor California Branch Road, Collinwood Highway 13 N. – Colllinwood MT. CARMEL UNITED HIGHLAND UNITED COLLINWOOD Sunday Worship 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. 2nd & 4th Sun S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Steve Martin, Pastor Ricky Nelson, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Saturday Night 7 P.M. 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 PRATERS CHAPEL HOUSE OF THE LORD 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 Highway 228, Clifton 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. Bro. Jimmy Pickett, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night Services 6 P.M. Jonathan Pickens, Pastor S.S. 10:15 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Pumping Station Road CANAAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH .EVANS CHAPEL UNITED Sunday Night 5 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. WILLIAMS CHAPEL PRATERS CHAPEL CHURCH 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 FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton - Bro. Neal Burks, Pastor Wednesday Night 7 P.M. Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Pastor Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH Holly Creek Road Thursday Worship 6 P.M. FULL GOSPEL BUTLER GROVE S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martiin, Pastor Lutts, Tennessee - Tommy Flood, Pastor James Pete Turnbow, Pastor Sunday Morning 10 A.M. 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 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST Joseph Wallace, Pastor Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor CHURCH MT. AUBURN UNITED SHAWNETTEE UNITED 2699 Buffalo Road, Lawrenceburg 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 W. L. Wallace, Pastor McGlamery Community Collinwood CORNERSTONE HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Bill Hollander, Pastor Beechview, Clifton - Josh Layne, Pastor Shawnettee Community – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.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 Night - 6 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. 861 Dogwood Flats Road Colllinwood Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor THE CHURCH OF OUR LORD MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST POPES CHAPEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. BURNS CHAPEL AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST John Hodum, Pastor MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 200A E. Broadway, Collinwood Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. Clifton, Tennessee Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge Iron City Road Highway 13 South – Collinwood Joe Risner, Pastor 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 Edward Burbank, Pastor Sunday Service 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. 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. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Wednesday 7 P.M.

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Miss Horseshoe Riverbend Pageant Winners

Miss Horseshoe Riverbend; from right to left: 3rd Alternate - Chelsie Martin - Parents Tracy & Cindy Martin - Waynesboro, TN, 1st Alternate - Hannah Price - Parent -Sylvia Price - Saltillo, TN, Queen - Lauren Shelby Tanner - Parents Bobby and Stacey Tanner - Hohenwald, TN, 2nd Alternate - Lauren Pratt - Parents Keith & Alice Pratt - Lexington, TN, Photogenic - Claire Carnal - Parents Steve and Stacy Carnal - Savannah, TN.

Miss Teen Horseshoe Riverbend: from left to right: 2nd Alternate - Whitney Parker - Parents Myers & Lisa Parker - Cypress Inn, TN, Queen - Caitlyn Leigh Pevahouse - Parents - Dana Pevahouse and Roy Gene Pevahouse - Clifton, TN, 1st Alternate - Kelsey Myracle - Parents Joe Paul & Lynette Myracle - Parsons, TN, 3rd Alternate Katie Sue Brewer - Parents - Marc & Angie Brewer - Cypress Inn, TN.

Miss Pre-Teen Horseshoe Riverbend; from left to right; 3rd Alternate - Grace Ayers Parents Lindsay & Bruan Pope and Jody Ayers – Waynesboro, TN, 1st Alternate - Hailey Maynard - Grandmother - Linda Phillips, Waynesboro, TN, Queen - Ally Faith Crews - Parents Brian and Valerie Crews - Collinwood, TN, 2nd Alternate - Brinley Adison Rose - Parents Jon & Amelia Rose - Lawrenceburg, TN, Photogenic - Lacee Wilson - Parents Mark & Gretchen Mitchell and Donnie Wilson - Savannah, TN.

Jr. Miss Horseshoe Riverbend: from Left to Right: 2nd Alternate - Chole Nicole Smith - Parents Tim and Amanda Smith - Waynesboro, TN, Queen and Photogenic - Shelby Lynn Durbin - Parents Wesley & Jennifer Durbin - Savannah, TN, 1st Alternate - Emma Grace Hipps Parents Bradley Hipps and Mandy McDonald - Clifton, TN, 3rd Alternate - Kyndall Pevahouse - Parents Sedrick Pevahouse and Amber Massa - Clifton, TN.

Little Miss Horseshoe Riverbend: from left to right: 1st Alternate - Katelyn Faye Wilburn Lindsey Berry - Waynesboro, TN, 2nd Alternate Hannah Elizabeth Screws - Parents - Clark & Melinda Screws - Morris Chapel, TN, Queen Isabel Luedeke - Parents Jesse & Candi Luedeke - Waynesboro, TN, 3rd Alternate - Cora Lille Montana Franks - Parents David and Betty Franks - Savannah, TN.

Petite Miss Horseshoe Riverbend: from left to right 3rd Alternate Jacie Galye Gilbert - Parent Molly Wilson - Collinwood, TN, 1st Alternate Gracie Harris - Parents Timmy & Mendy Harris Waynesboro, TN, Queen LauraBeth Battles - Parents Eric & Michele Battles - Clifton, TN, 2ndAlternate Lana Luedeke - Parents Jesse & Candi Luedeke - Waynesboro, TN, Photogenic - Arabella Williams - Parents Greg & April Williams - Savannah, TN.

Tiny Miss Horseshoe Riverbend- from Left to Right: 3rd Alternate - Scotti Beth Martin - Parents Greg & Sarah Beth Martin - Waynesboro, TN, 1st Alternate - Ryleigh Jones - Parents - Mason & Becky Jones - Waynesboro, TN, Queen Madelyn Larain Bunch - Parents Christie & the late Mark Bunch, 2nd Alternate - Lillibeth Rylan Bates - Parents - Bethany Dabbs & Rob Bates Linden, TN, Photogenic - Harper Rayne O’Neal - Parents Travis & Janna O’Neal - Clifton, TN.

Tiny Mr. Horseshoe Riverbend - From left to right: 3rd Alternate - Dawson Isaac Slone Parents Emmett and Paige Slone - Clifton, Tn, 1st Alternate - Noah Scott Prater - Parents Nick & Brandi Prater - Clifton, TN, King - Knox Garrison Bunch - Parent Tiffany Bunch - Savannah, TN, 2nd Alternate - Ethan Samuel Lee Owens - Parents - Darren & Samantha Owens - Hohenwald, TN, Photogenic - Nate Greyson Lineberry Parents - Victor and Julie Lineberry - Clifton, TN.

Baby Miss Horseshoe Riverbend - 3rd Alternate - Jadyn Mariah Brewer - Parent - Heather Brewer - Savannah, TN, 1st Alternate - Ava Kate Bryson Parents - Jimmy & Kristin Bryson - Collinwood, TN, Queen - Sophie Coln - Parents Will & Jill Coln, Selmer, TN, 2nd Alternate - Brinn Elizabeth Crews - Parents Brian and Valerie Crews - Collinwood, TN, Photogenic - Mylie Stiddom - Parents Jeremiah & Desha Stiddom, Adamsville, TN.

Baby Mr. Horseshoe Riverbend - Photogenic and 1st Alternate - Jace Bedwell - Parents - Tony & Liz Bedwell - Lexington, TN, King - Gavin Brooks Holder - Parents - Jason & Brandi Holder - Clifton, TN.

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