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Buster’s birthday wish BY WILLIAM G. MCFARLAND Three years ago Buster Brown McFarland visited the Tri-City with some “dog� comments about the Gibson – North Relay for Life. At that time he had lost his friend Lela, Mama Charlotte Anglin’s dog, to cancer. Lela and he exchanged barks everyday. He also told all of us that April 20th was his birthday. Buster continues to like people food instead of dog food. He stated that see page 12

Area spring festival events begin next week

31st Annual Teapot Festival begins April 24 The 31st Annual Trenton Teapot Festival will be held April 24-30. This year’s theme is 31’derful Years. The festivities begin Sunday, April 24 with opening ceremonies held on the lawn of city hall at 4:30 p.m. The winners of the Teapot Lawn Signs contest will be announced as well as the parade grand marshal. On Monday, April 25 the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast see page 3

74th WTN Strawberry Festival begins May 1 The 74th West Tennessee Strawberry Festival will begin Sunday, May 1. The West Tennessee Regional Art Center Invitational Art Exhibition will be held from 2–4 p.m. at West Tennessee Regional Art Center. A Berry Festive Afternoon will be from 2–7 p.m. at Barker Memorial Stadium. Entertainment will feature Sidewalk Prophets. Kids Berry Land is from 2–6 p.m. at Barker Memorial Stadium see page 3

DEADLY SCENE - Real emergency personnel work to extract ‘DUI crash victims’ from a vehicle as the ‘driver’ looks on. The Mock Crash was held at Gibson County High School last Tuesday with student actors from within the county portraying the drunk driver as well as victims of the crash. Members of the senior class watch the deadly scene. Seniors were asked to sign a ‘Prom Promise’ which states they will not drink and drive on prom night. This is the sixth year for the event which is an effort to deter underage drinking and driving. (photo by GCHS Publications class)

Countywide crash drama held at GCHS prior to prom time A mock DUI crash was held at Gibson County High School Tuesday, April 12. The crash was a staged event that used real vehicles and actors. Emergency personnel (air evacuation, police, fire, ambulance, etc.) responded to the scene as if it were real. The mock crash is conducted for the seniors only around prom time in April to raise awareness of the dangerous effect of drinking and driving. Seniors were asked to sign a ‘Prom Promise’ which states that they will not drink and drive on prom night. The GCHS prom will be held on April 30th at the high school. Gibson County Coordinated School Health coordinators developed a countywide Mock Crash Drama Team who acts in each event. Three sophomore students from each district in Gibson County were trained to participate in the simulated crash. Gibson County Sheriff Chuck Arnold was the guest speaker. Arnold addressed the junior and senior class immediately after the event. The purpose is to reiterate the reality and possible consequences of drinking and driving. “Sheriff Arnold was one of the best speakers I’ve heard,� said GCSD Coordinated School Health

Director Kellie Carroll. “He gave a real, personal message. It was phenomenal. One thing he told the kids was, ‘Don’t make me have to knock on your parents door.’ It was a softer, more caring side of the Sheriff’s Department. He told them drinking and driving could affect people they don’t even know. He told them people in their communities they don’t know want to keep them safe and care about them. I received positive feedback from the faculty and students. One student said it made him think about the way he treats his parents and it had nothing to do with drinking and driving. I will ask him to speak again.� The mock crash would not have been possible without the help and participation of the following: GCHS faculty member Kay McEwen, Derrick Norman and students, GCHS counselors, SRO Rhonda Bonds, Alisha Howell’s Publication class, Gibson County Mock Crash Drama Team, Dyer Police Department, Dyer Fire Department, Sheriff Chuck Arnold, Gibson County Sheriff’s Department, Gibson County Emergency Response Services, Trenton Housing Authority, Brad Russom-Russom Motors, Dale‘s Recycling who provided cars, Hospital Wings and all community partners in Gibson County.

Dyer water wins ‘best’ in region contest judged on taste, clarity and bouquet. They included in BY DANNY JONES, THE GAZETTE The Tennessee Association of Utility Districts (TAUD) addition to Dyer, Trenton, Gibson County, Bradford, held the Region 8 “Best Tasting Water Contest� at the Dresden, Crockett County, Ripley, Kenton, Newbern and Rutherford. Gibson County EMA Judging the water Office, Thursday, April samples were Trenton 14. The city of Dyer’s Mayor Tony Burriss, water sample was judged Tyler Hayes with USDA the “Best Tasting Water� Rural Development, in the region. Accepting Kirt Smith with C.I. the award was Randy Thornburg Company, Gregory, project manager and Danny Jones, for Severn Trent Services, Gazette editor. operator of the water and Following the contest, wastewater facility for a presentation was Dyer. given by Tim Geraghty TAUD is the oldest with Alliance Water rural water association in Resources on water loss the nation and serves as and water accountability. the Tennessee chapter of Alliance also provided the Natural Rural Water a meal following the Association. TAUD serves meeting. as a source of training, Bradford Water technical assistance and District’s Manager J.D. acts as a legislative liaison Dethloff, regional leader, to the over 420 water, gave welcome and wastewater and natural thanked all participants. gas utility members Brenda Horner within the state. Region with USDA Rural 8 consists of Benton, Carroll, Crockett, Dyer, WINNER CONGRATULATED - J.D. Dethloff, manager of Development reminded Gibson, Henry, Lake, Bradford Water Dept. Region Leader (right), congratulates the gathering about Lauderdale, Obion and Randy Gregory, project manager for Severn Trent ADA requirements when Weakley counties. Ten Services, operator of the water and wastewater facility receiving financing from utility districts brought for Dyer, judged the “Best Tasting� water in Region 8 in a that agency. see page 3 water samples to be contest held in Trenton last week.

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Insight & Opinion Has the Easter bonnet disappeared?

Clayburn Peeples reports: Sometime in 1917, Irving Berlin wrote a sappy song about a girl back home waiting for her soldier boyfriend to return from fighting in World War I. Berlin, a tremendously patriotic man, hoped the song would improve morale here on the home front. He called the song, “Smile and Show Your Dimple.” Smile and show your dimple You’ll find it very simple You can think of something comical In a very little while. It sold well enough, but after November, 1918, no one was interested in a war time song, so Berlin put it aside for the next 15 years. Then, in 1933, he was writing songs for a Broadway musical called, As Thousands Cheer, in which he was trying to bring a morning newspaper to life on stage. Each song in the play represented a page of

the paper. The song “Heat Wave”, for example, was a song for the weather page. Most of the other pages came easily, but Berlin was stumped as to what to do about the rotogravure page. That was the page in papers that had pictures on it that were almost, but not quite, photographs. What Berlin wanted to do, was come up with an oldfashioned sounding song for the rotogravure page that featured New York’s Fifth Avenue. He tried writing a couple of numbers, but neither sounded right. Then, he remembered his old World War I song, “Smile and Show Your Dimple.” Why not, he reasoned, stop trying to write a “new” oldfashioned song, and use a real one instead. So he got the song out, changed the lyrics and turned the old patriotic ditty into a song about the annual Easter

Parade on Fifth Avenue. In your Easter Bonnet With all the frills upon it You’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade. Today, many people don’t know that there once was a Fifth Avenue Easter Parade, and that it was a really, really big deal. It all started shortly after the Civil War. Prior to then, churches hadn’t recognized Easter Sunday as a special holiday, but in the early 1870’s, Easter, which had become known then as the “Sunday of Joy,” became a perfect opportunity for mothers, widows and daughters who had been wearing dark and depressing mourning clothes since the war to use the occasion as a time to begin wearing colorful hats, fancy clothing and elaborate corsages on Easter to signify the change. Churches followed suit and began decorating their sanctuaries and grounds to the hilt with elaborate Easter floral displays, and every year the displays, hats and dresses became more and more elaborate, and to the masses, examples of style and taste. And after church on Easter Sunday, members of the various New York churches would stroll from one sanctuary to another, ostensibly to check out the

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pleading with fellow board members to hire more police to combat drugs. “Drugs have been a growing problem in Rutherford,” said alderwoman Nancy Corley. “The one main problem is that the city doesn’t have the manpower to get the drugs out of Rutherford,” she said. 25 YEARS AGO APRIL 17, 1986 In preparation for the Dyer Station Celebration, 41 rose bushes have been placed around the gazebo at Oakwood Cemetery. Bushes were purchased by individuals and families in memory of loved ones. A plaque will be placed in Dyer City Hall denoting who gave and in memory of whom. Saturday, April 19 has been designated as “Work Day” at the Jones Volunteer Park in Rutherford. “Come at about 9 a.m.” Baseball League Director Eddie Bell said, “and bring hoes, rakes, or other working tools. And if you can’t make it at 9 o’clock come at 9:30, your help is urgently needed. The group plans to get the baseball field in shape for the season’s play. W-F Industries will almost triple the size of the manufacturing plant, Company President Ralph E. Hillard announced Monday.

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Three men charged in break in, theft at Dyer Little General Three men have been arrested and charged with burglary, theft and vandalism for a break in at the Little General store in Dyer. On April 14th at approximately 1:53 a.m. Dyer Police Department responded to a 911 call from Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Denson’s residence at 232 South Main in reference to someone, possibly kids, trying to break in or vandalize the property. Upon arrival patrolman David Paschall did notice that the Little General store had been burglarized and had dispatch notify Assistant Chief Rodney Wilkins and Lt. Knott Bailey of the incident. Dyer police officers, along with the assistance of Rutherford Police and several deputies from the Gibson County Sheriff’s Department searched the area and found three individuals at a residence on Linden Street matching the description given by the Densons. A search of the property found several items of clothing stashed in a bush in the back yard and a garbage bag with cartons of cigarettes and cigars near the property line in a field. At this time the three individuals, Thomas Sherry, Marcus Mitchell and Zachary Powell, were determined as suspects to the break in and

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taken to the Dyer Police Department where they were interviewed and interrogated about the incident. Statements as to each individual’s role in the incident were taken. Two of the individuals involved in the incident are possible suspects to another crime committed two days earlier at the parts store and the grain company. The suspects did show Dyer officers where the remaining evidence was left

and were transported to the Gibson County Correctional Complex. They are being held on charges of burglary, theft and vandalism. Chief Brad Lindsey would like to give a special thanks to the Densons for their citizen awareness and the quick response of all agencies involved in the apprehension of individuals. “It’s teamwork like this that is much needed and appreciated in the fight on crime today,” said Lindsey.

Dyer water wins ‘best’ from page 1 This is the fourth year the Region 8 contest has been held in Trenton. TAUD will be conducting the Best Tasting Water in Tennessee

BROKEN GLASS - The three suspects entered the Little General store after smashing the glass door on the front of the store.

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Powell, age 18, of 604 McKnight Street, Rutherford has been arrested and the camera system recovered by Deputy Bonds. Powell is charged with theft over $1,000, A preliminary hearing was set for April 19th in Gibson County General Sessions Court at Trenton. Powell is free on $2,500 bond.

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of the homeowner fled the scene when officers arrived but was apprehended after a foot chase. Forrest was arrested and charged with assault, burglary, vandalism and evading arrest. Forrest is currently held in the Gibson County Correctional Complex under $10,000 bond. A preliminary hearing was set for April 19th in Gibson County General Sessions Court at Trenton.

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cashed but the work never performed. Fisher is charged with theft over $1,000 and has a preliminary hearing set for June 22nd in Gibson County General Sessions Court at Humboldt. He is free on $5,000 bond.

from page 1 will be held from 7 to 8 a.m. at the First Methodist Church. Clark Shaw will be the guest speaker. The Parade Marshal Reception will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Teapot Room in City Hall hosted by Regions Bank. The Block Party will be held on the corner of Armory and High Streets from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come out for food, games and music. On Tuesday, April 26 eat-in or carry-out at the Teapot Café from 11 to 1 at the First Methodist Church. The Flower Show will be held at Trenton City Hall from 1 to 4 p.m. The Teapot Music Festival will be held at Trenton Middle School at 6 p.m. featuring the Trenton Middle School band, Trenton Peabody High School jazz band, Gibson County High School jazz band and Gibson County Community band. Concession will be available. On Wednesday, April 27 Walk to School will be at

7:30 a.m. beginning at City Hall to Trenton Elementary School coordinated by TES. A Salad Luncheon will be held from 11 to 1 at First Methodist Church for dine-in or carry out. Southern High Tea will be held at Courtsquare Arts and Antiques at 3:30 p.m. English tea and finger sandwiches will be served. Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling 8550976. The Community Churches Concert will be at the First Assembly of God at 7 p.m. Thursday,April 28 a Health Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Trenton YMCA. Community agencies will be on site for health screenings and information. A Healthy Luncheon will also be held at the YMCA from 11 to 1, carry out only. Southern High Tea will be held again at Courtsquare Arts and Antiques at 3:30 p.m. English tea and finger sandwiches will be served. Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling 8550976. The Pet Parade will

be held at the downtown pedestrian park. Registration is at 5:30. Adoptable pets will be onsite. The Trenton Teapot Trot 5K Walk or Run begins at 6 p.m. at city hall. Pre-register by calling 8557516. Teapot TIWF Wrestling will be held at 8 p.m. at the West TN Wrestling Arena at 405 W. First Street. Friday April 29th the Trenton Elementary School Field Day will be held all day at the school. Call 855-0971 for information. The Tea Time Golf Scramble will be held at Diamond Oaks Golf Course beginning at 8:30 a.m. Contact the Chamber at 855-0973 for more info. Southern High Tea will be held again at Courtsquare Arts and Antiques at 3:30 p.m. The Grand Parade will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 30th at Trenton Elementary School. The Truck/Tractor Pull will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Trenton City Park followed by fireworks at 9 p.m.

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Son accused of buglarizing mom’s house, assaulting her On Friday evening, April 8th Gibson County deputies responded to a burglary and vandalism complaint at 66 Humboldt Highway, Trenton. Officers were advised the complainant came home from work and found her son had broken into the residence. An argument reportedly ensued and the mother had been assaulted. Justin D. Forrest, 28, son

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Powell charged in camera system theft on GCHS campus Gibson County School Resource Officer Rhonda Bonds was recently called to investigate the theft of a video camera system. The camera system was discovered missing from the Alternative Learning Center building on the Gibson County campus. As a result of the investigation Zachary B.

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from page 1 (armband required). A Praise/Worship Celebration will be held from 2–6 p.m. at Barker Memorial Stadium. On Monday, May 2 Opening Ceremonies will be held at 7 p.m. at Barker Memorial Stadium. Entertainment features Jackson Symphonic Winds. The Fireworks Extravaganza will be at 8 p.m. at Barker Memorial Stadium Tuesday, May 3 a Prayer Breakfast will be held at 7 a.m. at Humboldt General Hospital Conference Center. The speaker will be Charles Rosenfelder (advance ticket required). A Recipe Contest will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Humboldt General Hospital Conference Center. Wednesday, May 4 the President’s Reception will be held form 5–7 p.m. at Humboldt General Hospital.

Thursday, May 5 the Jr. Floats Parade begins at 9:30 a.m. on Main Street and 22nd Avenue. On Friday, May 6 the Checkers Tournament is at 9 a.m. at Regions Bank. The Grand Floats Parade is at 9:30 a.m. on Main Street and 22nd Avenue. The Barbecue Cook-Off begins at noon at Viking Park. The Governor’s Luncheon is at 12:30 p.m. at Humboldt General Hospital Conference Center (advance ticket required). The Horse Show Berry Entertaining Evening will be at Viking Park at 6 p.m. WYN 106.9 Country Showdown is at 8 p.m. Entertainment includes Brandon Lay and Ash Bowers. The Christian Concert is at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church featuring Jars of Clay (advance ticket required). Saturday, May 7 the 5K

and10K Run will be held at Bailey Park at 8 a.m. Registration begins at 7 a.m. The Car Show will be at 8 a.m. at Viking Park. The Barbecue Cook-Off will be at 9 a.m. also at Viking Park. The Tractor Show will be at noon, the Checkers Tournament is at 9 a.m., the Pet Parade begins at 10 a.m. - all at Viking Park. The carnival, Casey’s Rides Inc. will be held from Tuesday through Sunday on Spangler Drive. Tuesday and Wednesday are armband days. Armbands are $18. Thursday and Friday (after parade specials) 1–5 p.m. armbands are $15. Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. armbands are $18 and Sunday noon–5 p.m. armbands are $18. For more information contact the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce at (731) 784-1842.

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Key - Paschall Mr. and Mrs. Brill Key of Aspen, Colorado are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Hadley Key to Clarke Paschall, son of Linda Stoltz of Humboldt and Jimmy Paschall of Yorkville. Miss Key is employed by Key Media NY and Mr. Paschall is assistant manager of Aspen Wine and Spirits Clarke and Hadley became engaged July 7, 2010 during a moutain picnic. Clarke surprised

Hadley by presenting her with a sketch he had drawn of her wearing an engagement ring. He then added a heartfelt proposal and placed the dazzling ring on her finger. The wedding is planned for April 30, 2011. The happy families and friends will gather at Prospect Plantation, Frankfort Villa in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. The couple will honeymoon with a tour to Germany, Italy, Bosnia, Hercegovina, Croatia and Slovenia.

Laneview Baptist Church We were all truly blessed at Laneview this past Sunday. Our choir and drama team together performed the Easter Cantata. How moving to see the reenactment of what our precious Savior did for us all. In our evening service we enjoyed a special from Dale Murray. Bro. Darryl spoke to us about how God has a path or road cut out for each one of us, we just need to step out. He loves us and wants us to share that love with the world. Scripture Ref: Isaiah 43:15-18 Matt. 25: 22-23 Matt: 25:35 “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was

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For our Wednesday evening service our minister. Brother Corey Meggs led in prayer and praise time. Our Chairman of Deacons, Wallace Alford conducted our monthly business meeting. Brother Corey continued the study of growing spiritually. We looked at the church, the context of spiritual growth. If we are to grow in Christ, it should be a group project. We receive blessings in church we cannot get elsewhere. Saturday morning, we had lots of fun delivering the GPS, God’s Plan for Sharing. This is a state wide project. On a beautiful Sunday morning we were blessed to hear the Adult Easter Cantata, “The King is Coming� presented by New Hope Choir under the direction of our capable minister of music, Brother Terry Owens. Solos were presented by Amy Powell and Scarlett Russell. Brother Corey continued the thought of our coming King with a dynamic sermon entitled “Are You ready for the King?� taken from 2nd Kings: 13-18. He advised all to not only get ready, but continually be

ready! I think we all were blessed with glory bumps galore. Sunday evening Brother Corey’s message was “Lessons Saul never learned,� from 1 Samuel 15. They are 1. Sin is serious, 2. Spiritual decline is gradual, 3. Integrity is essential, 4. Obedience is necessary, and 5. We need to fill our lives with spiritual things. We celebrated the baptism of Ethan Goad. Many visitors attended both morning and evening services who are always our honored guests. Boys and girls, remember our Easter Egg hunt next Saturday, April 23 from 2 to 3 p.m. for grades 5 and younger. Sunday morning we host a community wide Easter Sunrise Service at 7 a.m. Come join us. Remember those on our prayer list and Brother Jerry Legg as he travels to Japan on a mission trip. Joke of the day, A minister was leaving a church going to another. One of his parish told him, Brother, I’m sorry you are leaving. Wd never knew what sin was till you came.

Golden Agers Eighteen Golden Agers and guest Tommy McKnight met Wednesday, April 6 for a special morning of prayer organized by President Jerry Legg. As a part of GPS (God’s Plan for Sharing) throughout the county, the morning’s emphasis was prayer for students and teachers of Dyer, Yorkville, Rutherford and Gibson County schools. With Michael Barnett, minister of Youth and children of Dyer FBC Driving the bus and Pastor Brother DeWayne Goodgine directing the prayers, the group prayed on site of 2 of the schools for God’s direction in people’s lives especially as Easter celebration approaches. Preparation had been made earlier for the prayer time with a devotional at Dyer FBC with Alice Ernest and Anne Thompson sharing pianist duties, Shirley Shull and Kenneth McEwen led the group in singing “Heaven Came Down� and “Sunshine in my soul� and Kenny sang, “He touched

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Me.� Brother Barnett brought the devotional of the morning, he chose the prayer challenges of James 5:113-18 for his text. His emphases included not just praying as a routine activity and real praying in a prayer chain not letting it be a gossip chain. To reveal prayer’s effectiveness, he told the story of a missionary’s staying outside of town in a tent in a dangerous area overnight. Two guys made plans to rob the missionary, at the same time in the missionary’s home church, a deacon felt compelled to pray for the missionary and he assembled the other deacons to share in praying. When the would-be robbers came to the tent, they saw, 12 men in the tent when the missionary was really alone. The next day one of the potential robbers revealed to the missionary his plans and his realization the God had protected the missionary. God does answer prayers.

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Bethpage By Joyce Brown Our hearts go out to all those across the country who suffered the destruction of such strong storms over the weekend. All our family is safe this morning and we pray that yours is as well. We had a wonderful crowd for services Sunday at Bethpage. Two of our ladies had birthdays last week so we sang to Ann Griggs and Wanda Smithson. Tina & Janice played the beautiful “Jesus, Name Above All Names� to set the tone for worship. Call to worship was “This is the Day� and our welcome hymn was “Lily of the Valley.� Special music was a harmonica and vocal version of “Grace Greater Than All My Sins� by Charles Perryman. The offertory piece was “For Those Tears I Died.� Bro. James commented on the fact that he did not know that song, but how appropriate it is for the upcoming Easter weekend. His sermon text was James 5:7-12 titled “What Everyone Needs� with the focus on attitude adjustments. Look up that text and see if you can find four things we need to adjust our attitudes about. Our evening sermon was from 2 Tim 1:7-11. Bro. James title was “God Has Not Because He Has.� I was a bit puzzled with the title, but he explained it well. Congratulations to Emily Littleton as she will be receiving her degree in nursing from Jackson State this weekend. We are so proud of you, Emily for the hard work you have done to achieve this and know it will serve you well in your future. Our GPS team was out in the community Saturday distributing invitations to all our neighbors to attend

North Union We had a really great day at church today. We had several visitors and the weather was great, so what more could we want? The Lord blessed us with His presence as we gathered to worship and praise Him in song and the sharing of the Word. Robert Whitley gave our morning announcements with his usual humorous flair. Robert will also be leading our Bible study on Wednesday. Linda Carmoney shared the true meaning of Easter with the children. Her Easter basket contained eggs that each held a symbol of Easter such as a cross, three nails, and a stone. The last egg was empty and signified Christ’s empty tomb. Connie Cooper sang “Why� as the music special. The words of the song expressed the significance of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. Bro. Don’s message focused on the “Decisions from the Three Crosses.�He discussed rejection,

some church somewhere this Sunday and you will be welcome to be with us at Bethpage if that is your choice. You are invited to come early as we will be having our Sunrise Service to celebrate our “SonRise� which sealed our eternity for all who believe on Christ. It starts at 7 a.m. Easter morning and we will be serving breakfast foods following the service. Then our Pastor and Deacons will be serving the Lord’s Supper at the 11 service. If you are a Christian, come and celebrate; if you are not a believer, come and find the path to peace. Jo Griggs hosted her entire family for “Sunday Dinner�. That’s a pretty good task for a family that size but a wonderful thing to be able to do. The Smithson clan treated Wanda to a Sunday off from cooking as they celebrated her birthday with a dinner at “Majestic�. Her brothers and their wives also attended. We embarrassed her with an exuberant version of “Happy Birthday� in front of a large crowd at the restaurant. Our youth will be traveling to Gallaway this Saturday to help with a community wide Easter hunt and witnessing for the kids who live in this impoverished area. Good for you, kids and God bless you. From the Pastor’s pen: The question is not whether you have come to knowledge of doctrine, or an observance of ceremonies, but have you come to the Blood of Christ? The Blood of Jesus is the life of all godliness. I you have truly come to Jesus, the Holy Spirit has brought you there. You came to the blood of sprinkling with no merits of your own.

By Connie Cooper reception and redemption. One man died ‘in’ sin; one man died ‘to’ sin and one man died ‘for’ sin. We had our final practice for our Easter morning cantata, “The Power of the Cross.� We will be presenting it next Sunday morning. We will begin with our sunrise service at 7 a.m. During the service we will have a message from Bro. Don and a presentation by our drama team of “Arise My Love� and the Flowering of the Cross. Then the men (all fine cooks) will prepare and serve breakfast. Following our meal, the choir will present the cantata. We have an Easter egg hunt planned for the children after that. No evening service is scheduled. Happy birthday to Kenny Joyce today and we hope you students and teachers enjoy your spring break. Dylan Joyce was back at church and we were thankful for that. Hope to see you in church next Sunday!

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Community Calendars DHS CLASS OF 1961 REUNION The DHS Class of 1961 will be having their 50th class reunion on May 14th, 2011 starting at 4 p.m. at the home of Tommy and Reba Finch. This will be a casual event. Come join us for a night of reminiscing and fun! For more information contact: 855-2113. GC UTILITY DISTRICT OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING The Gibson County Utility District of Commissioners meeting will be on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. at The District Office. KENTON SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BROAD OF TRUSTEES MEETING The Kenton Special School District Board of Trustees will meet on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 6 p.m. at the Kenton School Library. The agenda will include a discussion and Board action on a resolution requesting the City of Kenton, to issue General Obligation Refunding Bonds in order to achieve debt service saving relating to prior school financings. The Board will also discuss the tax rate for the upcoming fiscal year. SPRING DANCE Spring Dance for individuals with disabilities. May 7, 2011, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Gibson County High School, Admission is $1 concessions will be sold. Sponsored by GCSD Nurses Proceeds going towards hearing and vision screening equipment. EASTER HUNG HUNT AT TODD FAMILY FUN FARM Easter Egg hunt at Todd Family Fun Farm on Saturday, April 23 from 11 to 2 p.m. children 0-12 can hunt eggs bring your own basket. Free to all. Free hot dogs will be served. Prizes will be given. Take your picture with the Easter Bunny for Free. Bring your camera, kids and have fun. 3RD KELLWOOD REUNION Plans are now being made for a 3rd Kellwood reunion June 25th at the Rutherford School gym starting at 12 noon. This will be for anyone and their family that worked at any Kellwood Plant or office ( Rutherford, Dyer, Trenton, Greenfield and Etc.). The meal will be pot luck so bring a dish of your choice. Soft drinks will be furnished. Entertainment will be provided throughout the afternoon. We hope this will be the best reunion as far, so make your plans now to attend. Special guest will be Rep. Curtis Halford. The Committee members are: Larry Belew president, Penny Sutberry- secretary, Wanda Belew- treasury, Brenda Gray- communication coordinator, Sharon Hall- food coordinator, and Earl McAlister – entertainment coordinator. For more information call Larry Belew at 665-6149 or Earl McAlister at 571-4997. CAR SHOW TO BENEFIT CARL PERKINS CENTER Lonnie Cobb presents the 4th annual Open Car Show at Humboldt Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Saturday, April 30, 2011. Owners of cars and trucks of all makes, models and years are invited to come be a part of this fundraiser for Humboldt Exchange Club/Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse. Registration is at 8 a.m., judging at noon and awards at 2 p.m. Rain date is May 1. For more information, call John Garner at 731-2258539 or Jean at 784-4500. Humboldt Chrysler Dodge Jeep is located at the intersection of Hwy. 70-79 and Hwy. 45 Bypass in Humboldt. EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE The Rutherford Community Easter Sunrise Service will be held at the Salem United Methodist Church, 105 Highway East, Rutherford at 7:00 A.M. on April 24th . Guest speaker will be Bro. Jerry Smith, pastor of Calvary Baptist, Rutherford. The Rutherford Ministerial Alliance invites everyone to attend this special service.

Keely Mill Our Palm Sunday morning services began with Jennifer McDonald playing the piano and Stephen Fields leading us in the hymns “I Love to Tell the Story” and “Count Your Blessings.” Keith Hamlin opened in prayer. We dismissed to our Sunday school classes. Keith Hamlin opened the young adult class in prayer then did a good job teaching them their lesson “Knowing the Truth” from Colossians 1:120. We can know truths about Jesus Christ in relationship to God, creation, the church, and redemption. Diane Hamlin closed class in prayer. Rejoice in the Lord always. Our Sunday morning worship services began with Elaine Fields playing the piano and Mike Fields and the church choir leading us in the hymns “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms,” “How Beautiful Heaven Must Be” and “Are You Washed in the Blood?” Dakota Warren opened services in prayer. Bro. Steve welcomed everyone. We had a time of scripture and praise reports. Everyone enjoyed our time of meet and greet with our church family and visitors. We thank the Lord for our visitors. Our special music touched many hearts as Nancy Margadonna dedicated the song “Till the Storm Passes By” in memory of the latest victims of the North Carolina storms. Bro. Steve’s morning message “The Final Week”was from Luke 19:41-

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44. William McDonald dismissed services in prayer as the hymn “Wherever He Leads I’ll Go” was sung. Our Sunday night services began with Elaine Fields playing the piano and Mike Fields leading us in the hymn “At The Cross.” Mike Fields opened us in prayer and we all dismissed to our discipleship training classes where Mike Fields opened us in prayer then did a good job teaching us our lesson “Called To Be Holy” from 1 Thessalonians 4:7. For God did not call us to be impure, but to live a holy life. William McDonald closed us in prayer. Our Sunday night worship hour began with the hymns “Tell Me the Story of Jesus” and “What a Friend We have in Jesus.” Bro. Steve opened us in prayer before bringing us our message “Examine Your Hearts” from 1 Corinthians 15:54-58. We observed the Lord’s Supper. We dismissed singing the beautiful hymn “Amazing Grace.” Several children attended a Saturday afternoon cookout and egg hunt that was held in the church fellowship hall. Happy anniversary to Connine and Frances Powell. We welcome our newest members Al and Nancy Margadonna to the Keely Mill Church Family.

We thank Bro. Bob Campbell for all the messages he delivered to us during our Revival last week. Read your Bibles and pray for our churches this week. We invite you and your family to our Easter services. Sunday 11 a.m. keelymillbaptistchurch.com and facebook.

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ANDREW H. HUFFINE Minerva, Ohio – Andrew H. Huffine, 75, passed away on Friday, April 8, 2011 at the Cleveland Clinic following a short illness. Andrew was born in Kenton on October 13, 1935, the son of the late Joe A. and Kemp (Hanks) Huffine. He graduated from Bethel College and Murray State University, where he received his Master’s degree in Business Education. He was a teacher for the Obion County School system in the beginning of his career and served as the first girl’s basketball coach at Obion County Central. He then moved to Minerva, Ohio and taught at the Minerva Local School System until his retirement in 1989. He coached basketball, was a basketball referee and a referee for Special Olympics. He was an active member of the Minerva Kiwanis and the Hanover Township Ruritans. He attended Great Trail Community Church of God in Minerva. Andrew is survived by his wife Effie “Peg� (Doan) Huffine, a daughter, Julie (Tim) Griggs of Kenton, two sons, Andrew H. (Nancy) Huffin, II of Goldvein, VA., David (Angela) Huffine of Lexington, AL., stepdaughters, Betty (Dean) Kibler of Hanoverton, OH., Patti (Thomas) Dixon of Scio, OH., Step-son, Russell Shipley of Kensington, OH., 15 grandchildren, five great grandchildren, a sister, Mary Alice (John) Higdon of Yorkville and a brother, Joe Mac (Ann) Huffine of Kenton. He is preceded in death by one grandchild. A memorial service was held Wednesday, April 20th at Bethpage Baptist Church in Kenton, Burial was held at the church cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Hanover Township Ruitans, 29701 St. Rt. 30 Hanoverton, OH. 44423: Dyersburg State Community College annual fund, 1510 Lake Rd., Dyersburg, TN 38024 of Bethpage Baptist Church, Bethpage Rd., Kenton, TN 38233.

Card of Thanks We wish to thank every one for each act of kindness shown to us during the sickness and death of our loved one. Special thanks to Dyer Nursing Home and staff, Dyer First Baptist Church and Rutherford First Assembly of God and Brother Roberts. The family of Zana Needham Johnny and Jeanett and Mike Needham, Robert Dunivant, Barbara Dunivant, Talmadge Campbell, Deana Jo Oliver, Emily Jo Oliver, Ricky Oliver and Jimmy Balentine

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PAULINE ELIZABETH HALL WRIGHT Mrs. Wright passed away quietly in her sleep April 5, 2011 after a short illness. She was 85. Mrs. Wright was the daughter of James Edward Hall and Bessie Mae Sowell Hall. She was preceded in death by her husband Tom Wright, her son Ron Wright, and two brothers, James and Luther Ray Hall. She is survived by her grandson, James Glover Wright of Brooklyn, NY; daughter-in-law, Diane Fisher Wright of Humboldt; sister, Marie Bennett of Memphis; brother, Bobby Hall of Dyer; loving nieces and nephews and a special care-giver niece, Mary Ann Dahlstrom. Mrs. Wright’s services were graveside at Oakwood Cemetery in Dyer. Her grandson, James Glover Wright delivered her eulogy. Mrs. Wright was a loving mother and grandmother and will be remembered by many families in the Dyer area as a compassionate caregiver. Karnes and Son Funeral Home was honored to serve the family of Pauline Wright.

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Dyer - Funeral services for Marie Mitchell Stewart, 86,were April 17, 2011 at Karnes and Son Funeral Home. Mrs. Stewart joined her heavenly Father on Friday, April 15, 2011. Marie was born on October 14, 1924. She was the daughter of the late Walter and Alta King Cunningham. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Dyer. She owned and operated Mama Re’s Daycare for over 40 years. She enjoyed dancing, singing, gardening, traveling, and spending time with her loved ones. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by two husbands, George Delbert Mitchell of Dyer and Bill Stewart of Rutherford; five brothers, Erdest, L. D., Bud, Toy, and Herbert Cunningham; five sisters, Ester Sherrill, Maple Mathis, Dale Guy, Pearl Oliver, and Juanita Eakes; two sons, Delbert Franklin Mitchell of Herber Springs, AR. and Roger Dale Mitchell of Memphis, TN. To carry on her memory, she leaves three loving daughters, Wanda Mitchell Hildreth of Humboldt, Sheena Mitchell Decker (Ernest) of Trenton, and Christy Marie Mitchell of Dyer; 11 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, and 4 great-great-grandchildren; one daughter-in-law, Kareen Mitchell of Herber Springs, AR. Karnes and Son Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Marie Stewart.

The Grapevine Straight winds and tornados were all around us, but I thank God we didn’t have any destruction. I pray for those that did and for the families that lost loved ones even though I don’t know them. It was cold here Saturday, but beautiful weather on Sunday. We had a wonderful day at St. Paul Sunday. Although several were out for different reasons we had a very good Sunday School lesson and it filtered on in our morning service. Pastor Pounds delivered a wonderful message, his topic “When Jesus Comes� was found in Matthew 21: 1-14. The mass choir provided the music. Minister Timothy White assisted in the service. Kalesia Pitts under went surgery at the Regional Hospital in Jackson last Tuesday. Her family and Rev. and Mrs. Pounds were with her. Her husband, Stacy stayed with her, and they came home on Friday. She is doing well. Valarie Clark of Milan, Sophrina Moore of Memphis and Vivian Moore

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LukeandRonnieLamarwere among a large number of UT Football fans who braved the wind and cold temperatures last Saturday in Knoxville last weekend to watch the “Orange and White� game. Playing with determined fierceness the Tennessee Volunteer players gave it all they had, previewing next year’s team with the “White� team emerging victorious. The excitement is continually growing in anticipation of the upcoming Kenton School Reunion. Make your plans now to attend this wonderful event on May 28 and get reacquainted with past classmates. Beginning at 2 p.m. the fun will continue through the evening until 6 p.m. at which time a catered meal will be served. Make your reservation for the meal now as time is quickly running out. Don’t miss this much anticipated event, your friends all want to see you there. Mother Nature provided a most welcome change from the cooler temperatures last Sunday allowing for some outdoor time for the Lamar family to gather in celebration of Luke’s birthday! Joining him and his wife Cynthia and two daughters Molly and Addy for a backyard cookout were his parents, Ronnie and Cindy. Also on hand to celebrate were his in-laws from Newbern, Richard and Mary Sturgill and Brittany Sturgill of Martin. Happy birthday Luke! Eric and Tara Jo (Skinner) Sides of Lexington surprised their beautiful twin daughters, Maddie and Emma last week with a party celebrating their 2nd birthday! Surrounded by several family and friends, the young ladies enjoyed as they call it, a “Dora, Tink� (Tinkerbell) party. Their young guests enjoyed playing games such as “Fishing� for prizes and “Kiss� the frog. “Organized Excitement� could be the description of the event in which Lloyd,

Cy, and Madison Davidson, Sue Fipps, and Cindy Lamar all of Kenton, along with 20+ others participated in last Sunday morning. At the Exxon Station located on the corner of Lake Road and Highway 51, Riverwoods Church of Dyersburg, lead by Pastor Brandon Norton, sponsored a Gas Buy down. For a limited amount of time, customers lined up to take advantage of the 40 cent per gallon discount, marking the announcement of the Grand Opening of Riverwoods Church next Sunday morning at 10 a.m. on Easter in the Carmike Theater. The Kenton-Mason Hall Relay for Life team has on display inside the First State Bank, a beautiful Handmade Quilt that will be given away Friday, April 22. Tickets for the drawing are $1 each and can be purchased up until the time of the drawing. The very talented ladies of the Mason Hall Quilters did the quilting! Heartfelt thanks are extended to these wonderfully gifted and giving ladies! Also on display inside the bank is an Easter Basket filled with lots of goodies. Tickets for the drawing on the basket are also $1 with all your donations being given to Relay for Life and help with finding a cure for cancer! Food for Thought: Reach out to another and lend a hand, show them you care each time you can. You’ll find in doing so two lives will change, ‘cause giving pays dividends in both ways. Prayer List: Easton Hopper, Jimmy Simmons, Bruce Lane, Amanda Davis, Jesse and Elaine Davidson, David Stephenson, Judy Webb, Regina Miller, Carol and Bobby Primrose, Cathy and Henry Herane, Sally Copeland, Virginia and Elmer Williams, Eurby Sanders, Freda Lamar, Gwen Rickard, Racine Hodgers, Joe Smith, Paul Lee Williams, Lil and W.T. Wardlow, Sam Weatherly, and Clint McLodge.

Dyer Church of Christ Morning worship services had an attendance 116 and 89 in Sunday school. Our message for the morning service came from the book of Exodus 5:22-23, A Great Life Lesson. We can do what is right and it not come out right. Moses was obedient to God but Pharaoh made it worse for the people. Regardless of the cost we must be obedient to God. Hard hearts don’t always listen. Service to God is a process – changing others or ourselves takes time. God promises it will be right if we endure, trust and have faith. Our message for the evening services came from the book of Ephesians 5:1-2, Love like God loves us. Give until. Give as God teaches. Give as God has prospered us, Exodus

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36:5. The generous soul will be made rich, Proverbs 11:25. It is not always about money but what is in our soul. Do we have generous a soul? Remember in Prayer: Jan Tharpe and family, Zelma Puckett, Gene Kelley, Jeff Carson, all of our shut-ins and those in the nursing homes. We know a lot of our kids are on Spring break this week and hope that everyone has a safe and happy holiday. May God bless anyone traveling this week and you may return home safely. We will be having a special lesson next Sunday, The Cruxification, Burial and resurrection. Please come and join us this Easter Sunday and be a part of a special family in Christ.

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Sunday School for Shut-In When you are ready please read Matthew 27: 15-18. The leader could see that they were losing followers who were going to Jesus. They were jealous of Him. Now they thought that they had found a way to have Jesus nailed to His cross. But actually God had made this way. One leader had tore his clothes. The man was named Caiaphas. He knew that Jesus was again claiming to be God (John 10:33). Therefore he said, “We don’t need any more witnesses. You have all heard His blasphemt. What do you think? The people

answered, “He is guilty of a crime worthy of death! Jesus had set up death for himself and intercession for us (Isaiah 53). “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus� Philippians 2:5 NKJV. The ultimate instruction for the Jesus follower is that we live and breathe the Lord Jesus. Having His hear: Thinking His way about issue and question of life. The Father and Jesus as God sent the Holy Spirit to every one of us. He abides in us. Each one of us who is loving Him (John 14:1-23). Jesus has said, “God is spirit� (John 4:24). Christ

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Jesus was in the form of God and yet and still He was Christ. The Son of the only living God (Matthew 26:63). “In the beginning was the Word was with God and the Word was God.� John 1:1 NKJV. The spirit of God says so. When the trail of Jesus began, we watched in Matthew 26. When the people declared Jesus to be worthy of death, they began to spit on Jesus. Then they hit Him and they slapped Him. They didn’t think He knew their names, so they said, “Now prophecy to us. You the Christ: Tell us the name of the one who slapped

Lowrance Chapel By Jerry Bell God has truly blessed us with an abundance of rain this past week. Just think, that we may be praying for rain later this summer. Anyway, we must take what God gives us, rain or sunshine. Our topic for discussion was taken from the book of Hosea in the Old Testament. Hosea was one of the “minor� prophets of God. A prophet is one whom God spoke with to warn the people of impending doom, unless they gave up their idols and worshipped the one true God. The book of Hosea is a love-story, real, tragic and true. Throughout the book, Israel is described as ignorant of God, with no desire to please Him. God told Hosea to find a wife and told him ahead of time that she would be unfaithful to him. It is a story of a young man and his wife, Gomer. God compares his wife to the nation of Israel. In obedience to God, Hosea married Gomer. His relationship with her, her adultery and their children became living, prophetic examples to Israel. The sins of Israel would soon bring their destruction. In chapter four, verse 6, we are told that they would be destroyed because they rejected knowledge. Our study begins with Hosea 6:1-10. There were six points in our lesson. (1) Those who reject the knowledge of God are under his condemnation. In verse one; God brings a threefold “charge or indictment, against the nation through His prophet Hosea. He says that there is no truth. They have no faithfulness. He says that they have no knowledge or discernment. To

be indicted by God is to stand condemned. The religious� leaders had failed to turn the people back to god. They were breaking the laws God had given them and “basking� I their prosperity and greed. (2)Those without knowledge of God break all moral restraint. Verse two gives a list of sins that the people commit, showing in particular violations of the second table of the Ten Commandments. The people are worshipping their “own� Gods and not following after God’s laws. (3)Those without knowledge of god have no true hope. In violation of god’s law, they made two golden calves and told the people to worship them. Soon the people of the Northern kingdom began to worship Canaanite gods. Before long they had substituted Baal worship for God. We can see that same thing happening today! Verse three pictures a devastating drought upon the land that will come as a judgement for their lack of knowledge. Those who “contend� with the priest are worthless and correction from any authority simple goes unheeded. Verse five then shows the spiritual parallel to the disaster of verse three. Because of the heart attitude of the people they will “stumble.� Sounds like our America today doesn’t it? The “leaders� had kept them from their true worship of God. (4)Those without knowledge of God lose all purpose for themselves and their children. Verse six gives us the heart of the

Clora’s Chapel Wednesday night started the week for Cloras Chapel in Dyer. We had three nights of a wonderful Revival. Prophet Elijah Yalartai, Minister Timothy White, and Evangelist Jonathan Hill all did a fantastic job of delivering God’s message. The spirit was high each night and we were truly blessed. We were glad to have St. Paul Lexington’s choir on Wednesday, St. Paul Kenton on Thursday, and Badgett Chapel on Friday. God is so good! We had three members to join in our Revival, Rev. Kim Jackson, Minister Eric Kirksey, and Sister Heather Myles. All three are on fire for the Lord and we are very glad to have them. Saturday morning a group of Elders, Deacons, and Members ate breakfast with Rev. Myles and Sis. Diane Myles at Shoney’s in Jackson. The fellowship was great and was enjoyed by all. Sunday was a great day at Cloras Chapel. We began with a spirit filled Sunday School taught by Elder Keith Harris. Our Sunday School is growing and the participation is outstanding. In morning worship, our new young adult choir sang for their first time and they did a wonderful job. The message was delivered by Pastor Jeremy Myles. His title was “Lord Let it Be� from Genesis 1:6 and Hebrews 11:1. He was on fire and the Holy Spirit spread all over the church. We had wonderful service. We were blessed with two new members Kadedra Evans and Keith Evans, Jr. We are so happy and proud to have them. God is truly blessing. We were happy to have Mr. Robert Branick from Jackson in service with us. We enjoyed his presence.

passage and truly “frightful� in its implications. God says that because the people had rejected the knowledge of Him, He would reject them from being “priest for me.� God is saying that the people would lose their purpose, the reason for existence, and to meditate the Word of God to nations. If this was not enough, the verse ends, “I will also forget their children.� The consequences of the people’s sin would flow down to the generations that followed, and indeed, this is exactly what happened to the faithful of the Northern kingdom. (5)Those without knowledge of God live in dissatisfaction. Verse 710 describes the ongoing dissatisfaction that would gnaw at the people. The priests relished the people’s sin. The more the people sinned, the more they could fill their own greediness.� Verse 10 is the climax of dissatisfaction: “they shall eat, but not have enough; they shall commit harlotry, but not increase.� (6) In the first part of verse 6 we see the final and ultimate consequence; we see that the people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge. They would cease, be cut off, and perish. My friend, the United States of America is now being destroyed because of a “Lack of knowledge of God.� It will be utterly destroyed if it does not turn back to God, worship Him only, and give up our worldliness. Remember that God has warned us by giving us example after example for us not to be destroyed.

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Michael T. Skinner and his son was in service Sunday also and it was good to see him. Also Brenda and Fred Harris worshipped with us. Please continue to pray for our sick and shut in Bro. Bob and Mary Harris, Bro. M.G. and Adean Carpenter, Sis. Verdell Fisher and Sis. Evelyn Fields. Please keep Sister Reina Farris and Desiree in your prayers as they try to recover from their loss of losing their home to a fire. Sunday is Easter Sunday!!

Cloras Chapel will have Sun Rise service at 7:00 am. Pastor Earnest Liggons from Dyer CME will be bringing the message. Breakfast will be served immediately after service. We will begin our morning worship at 10:00 am and following will be our Easter program. We are looking forward to a great day. Stay in prayer and remember the Lord Arose from the dead with ALL POWER in His hands. Aren’t you glad? Have a good week!

you. Say the mane of the one who hit you� (Matthew 26:67-68). Did they know His name? Now Peter had watched until he couldn’t watch anymore. He went outside the place where Jesus was (Matthew 26:69) Jesus seemed to be helpless. I can only imagine what Peter was thinking. How can this be? And if this could happen to Jesus what would they do to Peter? After he’d watched Jesus do every miracle possible, and now Jesus won’t even take up for Himself in the least. Peter hears and knows that Jesus is on road to Golgotha the place of the skull. Peter can’t help He’s terrified.



    



       

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Sports & Education Gibson County Ladies skunk Humboldt 13-0 BY LORI CATHEY The Gibson County Lady Pioneers faced the Humboldt Lady Vikings on Tuesday. GC started out swinging the bats and scored 4 runs in the bottom of the first.Gibson County’s Chelsea Joyce scored on a past ball, then Miranda Barron was hit by a pitch and scored on a SAC fly to center by Shelley Simpson. Kelley Parks singled to right and Chelsea Glidewell walked. Parks scored on a single from Anna Paige Fuqua and Glidewell scored on a past ball to take a 4-0 lead into the second inning. GC added another in the bottom of the 2nd to making it 5-0. The Lady Pioneers scored 8 more runs in

the fourth. Gibson County had 5 walks, Glidewell 2 RBIs with a triple, Elizabeth Miller RBI with a single, Joyce had 3 RBIs with an inside the park home run and Parks had 2 RBIs with a single, giving GC a 130 lead after 4 innings. Both teams did not score in the fifth to give Gibson County a 13 -0 victory over Humboldt. Starting pitcher Anna Paige Fuqua pitched 5 strong innings only giving up 1 hit, 5 strikeouts and no walks for GC. The Player of the Game went to Chelsea Glidewell who was 1 for 2, a walk, a triple, 2 RBIs, 1 stolen base, 2 put outs and 4 assists. Kelley Parks was 2 for 2 with a walk and 2 RBIs.

GC’s soccer team defeats Red Devils Gibson County’s firstyear head coach Bob Winston got his first ever win in soccer this past week. Gibson County’s soccer team defeated the South Fulton Red Devils with a 42 win on Wednesday.

STARTING PITCHER THROWS AN OUT - Gibson County starting pitcher Anna Paige Fuqua throws out a runner at first base. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

JEWELL SHAKES IT LOOSE - Freshman pinch runner Grace Jewell knocks the ball lose from Humboldt’s catcher to score a run. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

Scoring goals for Gibson County were Kyle Cox with three goals and Dylan Brown with 1 goal. Jon Poore and Andy Mumphree had two saves apiece. Cody Jones had 11 saves as goal keeper.

WHITAKER AT FIRST - First baseman Lee Whitaker makes a great stop and threw to the pitcher for a out. Whitaker was 4 for 9 with a double and batted .444 for the week. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

MAKING THE CONNECTION - Senior Blake Simpson makes contact with a fastball that goes for a double. Simpson was 3 for 10 with a double, 2 RBIs and 2 stolen bases. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

MILLER AT THIRD - Third baseman Elizabeth Miller makes a great stop to throw out a runner in the 13-0 win over Humboldt. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

MOVING THE BALL - Pioneer Dylan Brown moves the ball down field to score a goal in the 4-2 win over South Fulton. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

Gibson County chapter of UT Alumni Association wins accomplished award The University of Tennessee Alumni Association hosted its annual awards dinner on Saturday, January 29th in Nashville. At the event, the Gibson County Chapter was awarded the Accomplished Chapter Award for meeting expectations as designed by the UT Alumni Association. The Accomplished Chapter Award was awarded to 22 chapters. The Gibson County UT Alumni Chapter showed a sense of spirit by hosting UT Martin Athletic Director,

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ACCEPTING BIDS The Gibson County Special School District will be accepting bids on duplicator paper until 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 11, 2010. Bids received after that day and time will be returned to the sender unopened. For specifications, contact Terry Cunningham at 731-692-3803. Gibson County Special School District reserves the right to accept the lowest and best bid. Gibson County Special School District reserves the right to reject any all bids.

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ACCEPTING BIDS The City of Dyer is accepting bids until 4:00 p.m. C.D.T. on Thursday, May 5, 2011 for a new Sewer Pump Station at the David Robinson Recreation Park. The Information for Bidders, Form of Bid, Form of Contract, Plans Specifications, Forms of Performance an Payment Bond, and other contract documents may be examined at Dyer City Hall, 235 South Royal Street, Dyer, Tennessee 38330. The City of Dyer reserves the right to waive any informalities or to accept and/or reject any and all bids. Submit bids in a sealed envelop marked “Sewer Pump Station.”

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Bids received after the day and time specified will be returned to the sender unopened. Gibson County Special School District reserves the right to accept the lowest and best bid. Gibson County Special School District reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Mail or deliver bids to Gibson County Special School District, Attention: Virtual Desktop Solutions Bid, P.O. Box 60, 130 Trenton Highway, Dyer, TN 38330.

PUBLIC NOTICE ATTENTION ALL CUSTOMERS OF GIBSON COUNTY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT The Gibson County Municipal Water District will publish its 2010 Water Quality Report in this newspaper, the week of May 11, 2011. The Water Quality Report will not be mailed to customers. All reports and test results are available for public inspection at the Water District office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information on water quality, test results or service call Grey Scott at 731-855-0411.


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Property Transfers Larry W. Sturgis to Lone Oak Holdings, LLC – 3rd CD James E. Norman and wife, Kimberly P. Norman to Easy Living Homes, LLC Horry E. Dungan and wife, Denise Ridenhour to David A. Ridenhour and wife, Christie L. Ridenhour – 2nd CD

Marriages Justin Ryan Tanner of Bradford and Ashley Taylor Austin of Bradford

James Reid and wife, Carolyn J. Reid, by and through Attorney-inFact Bobby Reid to Juan Barcenas and wife, Maria Sandra Barcenas and Jose Barcenas -7th CD Glenco Construction Company, LLC to Michael B. Presson d/b/a Presson Construction Robert Neal Pybas and Marjorie Pybas Beard to Wayne Bates and wife, Connie G. Bates – 25th CD Northpointe, Inc., d/b/a Northpointe Builders to Clark Family Holdings, LLC 2nd CD B&H Development, LLC

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Huddle House, Milan, complete inspection, 86 score Rock and Shirl Disco, Milan, complete inspection, 77 score, one critical Rock and Shirl Disco, Milan, follow-up inspection, 82 score Chow Wagon, Milan, complete inspection, 89 score The Talking Donkey Cafe, Humboldt, complete inspection, 85 score, one

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Building Permits Charles Diller, 16 Peavine Road, Bradford Lesley Richardson, 94B Trenton Highway, Dyer Roger Johnson, 188 Thetford Road, Milan Kelvin Tosh, 170 Joe Patterson Road, Rutherford

Otha Holt Road, Milan Easy Living Homes, 41 Laneview-Concord Road, Trenton Joe Harden, 161 Frog Jump-Brazil Road, Trenton Alfred Laster, II, 218 Medina Hhwy, Humboldt

Scott Wilkinson, 99 Fruitland-Eldad Road, Trenton James R. Williamson, 144 Caraway Hill Road, Milan McMillion Construction, 41 Kennedie, Medina Charles Alexander, 62

ALUMNI BASKETBALL PLAYERS - Basketball players from Spring Hill who played during Alumni Day on April 9th are (front row from left) Justin Spindler, Shane Hall, Tyler Walls, Tanner Hensley, Richard Barber, Nathan Barber, (back row from left) Terry Tyree, Joseph Fuqua, Ricky Hensley, Jeremy Patterson, Dalton Craddock, and Jay Patterson.

GC SPORTS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES - Thomas Walters’ certificate was presented to Mrs. Edith Walters by Terry Tyree and Robert McDaniel on behalf of the PTO for outstanding community service, especially in sports at Spring Hill School. Unable to attend and receive their certificates were Ricky Walls and the family of Hermie Adams.

Kenton Math-A-Thon students get a special visitor A group of 28 Kenton Elementary School students recently enjoyed a visit from Audrey Forrester, a second grader at Union City Elementary. The kids at Kenton School recently raised $2,440 for the children of St. Jude Hospital in Memphis. This money was raised through their participation in the

hospital’s Math-a-thon. Audrey has been a patient of St. Jude since January 2008, after being diagnosed with AOL Leukemia. She was accompanied during her visit by her grandmother, Kathy Forrester. They shared their own personal experiences while being a patient of St. Jude, and expressed a

deep appreciation for what the doctors have done for Audrey. They encouraged the students to participate in Math-a-thon each year, because every penny counts when it comes to saving the life of a child. Any child who goes to St. Jude for treatment can go without their parents having to worry about the cost.

KENTON STUDENTS HAVE A SPECIAL VISITOR Kenton Elementary School Math-a-thon participants

This facility will cover the cost. What a blessing it is to have a place like this so close to home. So next time when you’re asked by a child to sponsor he or she for Math-a-thon, just think about Audrey, and how St. Jude saved her life. Audrey is the daughter of Andy and Crystal Forrester of Rives.

and teacher Jennifer Chandler are pictured with Audrey and her grandmother Kathy Forrester.

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#145622-413 Parkview-This attractive brick home is located within 3 blocks of Dyer K8 School and 4 blocks of City Park. Quite street with no through traffic. Full basement has open area large enough for most any function. Call Doris at 420-1081

#144986-267 Division St-Tri-level on large lot. Bonus room can serve as large #141847-124 Freemont St.- Nice brick bedroom on main level. Added decor from home in convenient location. Large work wrought iron railings and bay window. shop plus storage building. Shaded lot with Large basement for rec room. Call Jerry@ space for garden. Call Jerry @ 420-1080. 420-1081.

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#145737-513 S. Poplar-This 26’ x 52’ building has an open floor plan (no partitions) and is suitable for a multitude of uses. For your private inspection, call Jerry @420-1080. #145738-515 S. Poplar- 32x74 Building divided into three sections-24, 21, & 17 ft in width. Call Jerry @ 420-1080 #143003-441 N. Trenton-Strip Mall. Two (2) buildings consisting of eight (8) rental units, ranging in size from 1,500 to 8,000 square feet. Call Jerry @ 420-1080 •Diamond Oaks Golf Course Many Choice Lots Available! Many different views and various terrain back up the the golf course or a lake view. Call Mike at 855-9922. •Dyer Station Subdivision- 7 lots to choose from. Call Jerry for information 420-1080. GIBSON COUNTY LAKE LOTS- Build your dream home on the lake. Our pick your plan and we’ll build it for you. #130059-58 Lakeview Drive-WATERFRONT LOT. SO QUIET AND PEACEFUL! Just about the best spot on Gibson County Lake. Call Jerry @ 420-1080

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GC SPORTS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES - Dr. Johnny Adams was presented with a certificate by the PTO for outstanding sports achievements during his three years playing at Spring Hill High.

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Buster’s birthday wish from page 1 instead of birthday gifts for his birthday, he wanted all of us to contribute to the Gibson – North Relay for Life. He reminded us that animals do have cancer and that with our contributions to the Gibson – North Relay human research would help animal research and hopefully save animals with that disease also. His friends sent $800 in his honor Now, of course, Buster talks with his eyes and barks. We all know that. Many of you know Buster personally and you know that he does

talk to you and that he will smile at you. Today with his eyes, barks, and smiles, he sends this message to you via his owner. “Please send those birthday gifts to me again. Please donate to the Gibson – North Relay for Life. You can help us animals too! I am seven years old now. Why not send a seven-dollar donation in my honor. If you want to buy a luminary in my honor, in your pet’s honor, or in honor of some of our animal friends, please send five dollars and my ‘Daddy Mac’ will

PROM PARTY – Dyer Florist hosted a Prom Party Friday, April 15th for girls planning to attend prom this month. David Harrison and Kim Reynolds displayed pre-made wrist corsages of silk flowers in a wide variety of styles and bright colors for the girls to choose from. Most corsages can be duplicated with real flowers and can be made to match a specific colored dress. After viewing and trying on the colorful creations, the girls were treated to pizza and drinks. Among the girls attending the Prom Party were (from left) Sarah Carroll, Amber Simmons, Anna Santaniello and Kelley Parks. Anna was the winner of a free corsage in the drawing held. The Gibson County High School prom will be held Saturday, April 30th at the high school.

EMERGENCY - Emergency personnel transport a‘crash victim’ during the Mock Crash held at GCHS last week. (photos by GCHS Publications class)

DISTRAUGHT MOTHER - Vickie Sorrells played the distraught mother of one the ‘crash victims’ during the Mock Crash held at GCHS last week.

MOCK CRASH - Among the officials and emergency personnel attending or participating in the Mock Crash drama held at GCHS last week were Dyer Mayor Sam Thompson, Resource Officer Rhonda Bonds, Dyer Police Lt. Knott Bailey, GCHS Principal Eddie Pruett,

take care of everything else. You can buy a luminary in memory of someone or your pet with that five dollars. You can send a dollar and I will be happy. Incidentally, through our dog network, I know that Reno, a 10-year old Yorkie that lives in Kenton, has serious cancer problems. I know times are sad in Kenton just as they were when my friend Lena died. Please donate. Thank you so much for caring for us.” Think about what Buster told you. Think about contributing to the Relay for Life. Nineteen teams are working this year with the Gibson – North Relay for Life. The Relay For Life will be held June 24 at Gibson County High School. Send your Buster donations to 30 Reed Road in Dyer.

SPEAKER Gibson County Sheriff Chuck Arnold addressed the junior and senior classes following the Mock Crash.

Coordinated School Health Director Kellie Carroll, Dyer Police Chief Brad Lindsey, Asst. Chief Rodney Wilkins, GC Sheriff Chuck Arnold, Emergency Medical Service Director Starr Arnold, Sheriff’s Deputy Cody Childress and Sheriff’s Deputy Roger Gray.

Arts Advocacy Day on the Hill was April 6 Arts Advocacy Day on the Hill was recognized on April 6 at the War Memorial Building in Nashville. This is a yearly event sponsored by TN4ARTS (Tennesseans for the Arts) to recognize the state’s legislators and their support for the arts. Members of the Gibson County Visual Art Association attended Arts Advocacy Day. Tuva Stephens, Royce Harris and Nell Lemings had lunch

UNDER ARREST - A Gibson County Sheriff’s Deputy takes the ‘drunk driver’ to a patrol car as part of the Mock Crash drama held at GCHS last week.

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