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Obituaries Published January 1

Mary Christine Burns

Mary Christine Burns, 67, of Montrose died Thursday, December 26, 2002, at her home. Born August 5, 1935, in McGehee to Frank and Vera Harbour, she was the owner and operator of Cricket's Restaurant in Lake Village and was a member of the Montrose Baptist Church. Her father preceded her in death.

Survivors include her husband, Earl W. Burns of Montrose; a son, Jeff Burns of Lake Village; a daughter, Vicki Mixon of Montrose; her mother, Vera Harbor of Montrose; two brothers, Frank Henry Harbour of Washington and Tom Harbour of California; five sisters, Sylvia Blake of Mississippi, Irene Williams and Louise Childs of California, Ione Cessor of Montrose and Doris Barrett of Maryland; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday, December 30, in the Montrose Baptist Church with Revs. Gary Ryals and Larry Donaldson officiating. Burial followed services at the Montrose Cemetery, directed by Bishop Funeral Home of Lake Village.

Argie Nee Cann

Argie Nee Cann, 92, of Crossett died Wednesday, December 25, 2002, at the Beverly Health Care Center in Crossett. A native of Monroe, LA, who was raised in Crossett, she lived in Los Angeles, CA, for 60 years. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church in Crossett except when in California where she was a member of the Greater Ebenezer Baptist Church. She was preceded in death one son, Mace Charles Brown; her parents, Abe and Francis Chambers Cann; and two brothers, Leo and Clemmie Cann.

Survivors include a daughter, Gladys Hawkins of Crossett; six grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Monday, December 30, in the Gates Chapel A. M. E. Church with Rev. Tyrone Broomfield officiating. Pallbearers were Eugene Streeter, Leon Whaley, Edward Rogers, Ray Ford, T. L. Lowe and Donald Streeter. Burial followed services at the Westview Cemetery with arrangements by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Mrs. Juanita Lucille Gates

Mrs. Juanita Lucille Gates, 80, of Crossett died Wednesday, December 25, 2002, at the RHD Memorial Hospital in Dallas, TX. Born on September 25, 1922, to Alvin Joseph and Ethee Lee Smith Howard in Tinsman, she was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Crossett and a retired employee of Chase Bag Co. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, Joseph Benjamin "J. B." Howard.

Survivors include a daughter, Cheryl Travis and husband Tom of Farmers Branch, TX; a brother, Lloyd Howard and wife Helen of Rogers; a sister, Peggy Clower and husband John of Rogers; two grandchildren, Leigh Ann Galloway of Farmers Branch, TX, and Deborah Norman and husband Kevin of Plano, TX; four great-grandchildren, Johnathan and T. J. Galloway of Farmers Branch, TX, and Thomas and Margaret Norman of Plano, TX; and a very special friend for many years, Terry Gray.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 28, at the Jones Funeral Home chapel in Crossett with Rev. Bill Williams officiating. Burial followed services at the Causey Cemetery.

Mr. Ronnie L. Grantham

Mr. Ronnie L. Grantham, 56, of Crossett, died Saturday, December 28, 2002, at the VA hospital in Little Rock. A a native of Kinton, Arkansas, a resident of Crossett since 1994 and a former resident of Hamburg, he was a supervisor for Allied Construction Company of Wilmar, a member of the Crossroads Baptist Church and a Vietnam era veteran of the United States Army. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ernest and Nellie Johnson Grantham; two brothers, Roy and Merle Grantham; and two sisters, Francis and Flossie Grantham.

He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Martha Ann Sexton Grantham; a son, Ronnie Loyd Grantham Jr., both of Crossett,;two daughters, Samantha Staal of Clovis, CA, and Marcie Boles of Crossett; two brothers, Eddie Grantham of St. Augustine, TX,. and Ernest Grantham, Jr., of Dumas; four sisters, Nellie Tubbs and Maxine Pannel of Hamburg, Jessie Carter of Crossett, and Christine Thomas of Hale Center, TX; and seven grandchildren.

Funeral services were planned for 10 a.m., Tuesday, December 31, in the Prairie Grove Baptist Church in Drew County with the Rev. Mike Titsworth officiating. Burial will be in the Prairie Grove Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were to be Ronnie Grantham Jr., Kirk Starling, Don and Tommy Boles, Trey Grantham and Matt Danail. Honorary pallbearer was to be Roy Grantham Jr. Memorials may be made to Prairie Grove Cemetery, c/o Mr. Clifford Bowden, 923 Goose Hollow Road, Fountain Hill, AR 71642.

Mrs. Lois Crossley Nixon

Mrs. Lois Crossley Englerth Nixon, 91, of Monticello, Indiana, died Tuesday, December 24, 2002, in theTwin Lakes Village Nursing Home in Monticello, Indiana. A native of Hamburg, a former resident of Wilmot and Monroe, LA, and a resident of

Monticello, IN, for the past seven years, she was a homemaker, raised six children and was a member of the Miller Chapel United Methodist Church outside Wilmot. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Emmett Englerth in 1979 and Nick Nixon in 1981; a son, Harold Englerth; an infant son, Raymond Englerth; six brothers, one sister and two grandchildren.

She is survived by one son, Harry Englerth of Bismarck; three daughters, Billie Englerth Oliver and husband Victor of Bismarck, Dell Englerth Guy and husband Robert of Monticello, IN., and Ruth Englerth Hendricks of Monroe, LA.; eight grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Monday, December 30, in the Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Carlos Pitts officiating. Burial followed services at the Dry Bayou Cemetery outside Wilmot.

Mrs. Ruby May Pace

Mrs. Ruby May Pace, 79, of Crossett died Saturday, December 28, 2002, at the Select Specialty Hospital in Little Rock Arkansas. She was a native of Hampton, a resident of Crossett and Hamburg for most of her life, a homemaker and a Baptist. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Elbert Taylor, James M. Noble and Homer Pace; five sons, Charles Taylor, Claudie Ray Taylor, James Edward Noble, Samuel Noble and Jimmy Mack Noble; a daughter, Ruby May Christine Taylor; two sisters and one brother.

She is survived by two sons, Roy Taylor of Conway and Donald Ray Noble of Warren; two brothers, Jody Coleman of Bearden and Robert Coleman of Hamburg; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Grave-side services and interment were planned for 2 p.m., Tuesday, December 31, at the Simms Cemetery in Crossett. Visitation will be after 10 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Betty Jeanette Shelton

Betty Jeanette Shelton, 71, of Hamburg died Friday, December 27, 2002, at the Ashley County Medical Center in Crossett. Born July 4, 1931, in Boydell, she was a homemaker and a member of the New Hope Baptist Church in Eudora. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Wilson.

Survivors include her husband, Pat Shelton of Hamburg; two sons, Carl and Raymond Shelton of Hamburg; a sister, Virginia Mullins of Dermott; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, December 29, in the Gardner Baptist Church in Hamburg with Revs. Charles Pullin and Robert Wood officiating. Burial followed services at the Mount Carmel Cemetery in Eudora with arrangements by Bishop Funeral Home of Lake Village.

Mrs. Bernice Teague

Mrs. Bernice White Farmer Matthews Teague, 88, of Hamburg died Saturday, December 28, 2002, at her residence in Hamburg. She was a native and lifelong resident of Hamburg, an avid seamstress and homemaker, a member of the Calvary Missionary Baptist Church and the E.H.C. club in Hamburg. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Herman Dean Farmer, Jack Matthews and Webster Teague; a son, Herman Dean Farmer Jr.; her parents, John and Willie Baliff White; three brothers and two sisters.

She is survived by a son, Glen Lavon Farmer of Crossett; a daughter, Shelby Jean Farmer Groome of Charleston, SC; seven grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be 10 a.m., Wednesday, January 1, 2003 at the Calvary Missionary Baptist Church with the Rev. Joey Meredith officiating. Burial will be in the Judson Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers are to be Mike and Andy Farmer, Chris Marks, James Oliver, Carl Johnston and Kenneth Leigh. Honorary pallbearers are to be Tim Collier, Gerald White and James Harrison.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, c/o Rev. Joey Meredith, 1310 North Cherry Street, Hamburg, AR 71646 or the Judson Baptist Church, c/o Dennis Cox, 2512 Hwy 425 North, Hamburg, AR 71646.

Obituaries Published January 8

Mrs. Joyce S. Bozeman

Mrs. Joyce Sutton Bozeman, 73, of Portland died Wednesday, January 1, 2003, at the Chicot Memorial Hospital in Lake Village. A native of Crossett, a resident of Portland and the Aulds community outside Portland for the past 55 years, she was a homemaker and a member of the Aulds Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Zane Russell Bozeman, in 1996; a son, Jerry Bozeman, in 1968; her parents, Gene and Rhoda Mills Sutton; a soninlaw, Tommy Carpenter, in 1995; two brothers, Ercel and Bob Sutton; and one sister, Genora Sutton.

Survivors include three daughters, Zanie Carpenter, Margie Dalton, and Glenda Moyers and husband Tommy, all of Portland; a brother, Johnny Sutton of Fountain Hill; six sisters, Elizabeth Key and Margaret Ruffin of Monroe, LA, Opal West and Shirley Sharp of Crossett, and Lealor Lynn and Cynthia Middlebrooks of Bastrop, LA; seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Friday, January 3, in the Aulds Baptist Church outside Portland with the Revs. Ray Williams and E.W. Ricks officiating. Burial followed services at the Portland Cemetery under the direction of JonesHartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were grandsons Jeremy Dalton, Justin and Joshua Carpenter, Joseph Peacock, Barry Adams, Jeff Marter and David McGill. Honorary pallbearers were the men of Aulds Baptist Church.

Memorials may be made to the Aulds Baptist Church Building Fund, c/o Zanie Carpenter, 1514 Portland Road, Portland, Arkansas 71663 or the Portland Cemetery Association, c/o Mr. Tom Pugh, PO Box 37, Portland, Arkansas 71663.

John Hubert Branstetter

John Hubert Branstetter, 90, of Crossett died Monday, December 30, 2002, at Beverly Healthcare of Crossett. Born August 25, 1912, in DeWitt to Charles G. and Maude L. Young Branstetter, he was a farmer and a Baptist. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Helen Peters Branstetter; his second wife, Estelle Richardson Branstetter; and a brother, Floyd Branstetter.

Survivors include two sons, John Branstetter of Texas City, TX, and Ted Branstetter of Memphis, TN; one stepson, William Harper of Snyder; one daughter, Mary Gee of Hamburg; three stepdaughters, Annie Streetman and Susie Nuner, both of Monroe, LA, and Lucille Hicks of Beebe; one sister, Evelyn Campbell of Forsythe, MO; and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Grave-side services were held Thursday, January 2, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Eudora with Rev. L.G. Hickman officiating. Griffin-Steele Funeral Services of Eudora was in charge of arrangements. Honorary pallbearers were Roger Hensley, Tommy Poole, Alvin Myers, Jr., Cliff Gee, Luke Gee, John Gee, Charlie Pruitt and Jack Edward Gee.

Bobbie Jean Denney

Bobbie Jean Denney, 73, of Crossett died Tuesday, December 31, 2002, at the Ashley County Medical Center. Born December 25, 1929, to Belton D. and Sarah K. Alderman Horn in Kosciusko MS, she was a member of the North Crossett First Baptist Church and a homemaker who loved to cook, visit with her family and shop with her husband.

Survivors include her husband of 51 years, Lee Denney of Crossett; two daughters, Debbie Cossey of Crossett and Sandy Dean of Nashville, TN; four brothers, Leonard Horn, Pete D. Horn and Van Horn of Kosciusko, MS, and Jim Horn of Milton, FL; two sisters, Verla Inez Eiler of Kosciusko and Maudie Albin of Ethel, MS; five grandchildren, Becky Cossey Landry, Tanya Dean, Roxie Cossey Orr, Hannah Dean and Josh Cossey.

Funeral services were at 11 a.m. on Friday, January 3, in the North Crossett First Baptist Church with Bro. Robin Allen and J. D. Stake officiating. Pallbearers were Josh and Ray Cossey, Damon Dean, Paul Landry, Brad Orr, David Albin and Stan White. Honorary pallbearers were Van, Leonard, Pete, and Jim Horn, Ed Clausen, Jay Turnage and Denon Cagle. Burial followed services at the Rolfe Chapel Cemetery, directed by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Lobelia Foy

Lobelia Foy, 85, of Crossett died Monday, December 30, 2002, at the Arkansas Heart Hospital in Little Rock. Born November 10, 1917, to Juddy Washington and Hattie Elizabeth Brady White in Portland, she was a member of the North Crossett First Freewill Baptist Church and worked as a sales clerk. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Carolyn Jo Pollock; her husband, Stanley Foy; and three brothers, George, Harold and Harville White.

Survivors include four sons, Harold Bonnette of Crossett, Jimmy Bonnette of Monroe, LA, and Dan Bonnette and Joe Foy of Benton; three daughters, Audrey Buckley of Nashville, TN, Patricia Ann Hare of Benton and Jean Foy of Shreveport, LA: one brother, Andrew "Ed" White of Crossett; three sisters, Dorothy Yoder and Mary Willkens of Crossett and Mildred Carpenter of Forrest City; 20 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Thursday, January 2, in the North Crossett First Freewill Baptist Church with Revs. Gene Cullum and Carlton White officiating. Pallbearers were Andrew Wallace, Glen Willis, Stormy Braswell, Alan Jackson, Tom Brown, and Donald Hickman. Honorary pallbearers were James Holland, James Higginbotham and Joey Johnson. Burial followed services at the Promise Land Cemetery with arrangements by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Mr. James Graham

Mr. James Graham, 63, of Montrose died Tuesday, December 31, 2002, at his residence. A native of Delhi, LA, and a Montrose resident for the past two years, he was a retired construction worker and a member of the Olive Baptist Church in Portland. He was preceded in death by his father, Archie Graham.

Survivors include his wife, Earlene Graham; a stepson, Steven Bridges of Eudora; a daughter, Samantha Maxwell of Shreveport, LA; a stepdaughter, Becky Bridges of Montrose; his mother, Tommie Stanford Graham of Monticello; two brothers, Loraine and Leroy Graham, both of Star City; six grandchildren and six step-grandchildren.

Grave-side services were at 11 a.m. Thursday, January 2, in the Montrose Cemetery with Bro. Warren Finney officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Bobby Burton, Dale Mulkey, Paul Morris, Gerald Boyd, Mike Knowles and Clarence Morris. Arrangements were by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Mr. Dale Holland

Mr. Dale Holland, 67, of Hamburg died Sunday, January 4, 2003, at his residence. A native and lifelong resident of Hamburg, he was director of operations for Fairfield Trucking until retiring in 1991. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Hamburg and an avid hunter and fisherman and was president of the Holland Hunting Club in the Berlin community south of Hamburg. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Betty Mae Sawyer Holland; three brothers, Austin, Troy and Harold Holland; and two sisters, Gladdis Holland and Marie Harrison.

He is survived by his wife, Nell Watson Holland of Hamburg; two daughters, Betty Dale Olson and husband Tony of Port Aransas, TX, and Sandra Knight and husband Richard of Hamburg; and three grandchildren, Jason Smith and wife Lee Beth, Jeff Knight and Hollie Knight.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday, January 6, in the Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home chapel with Dr. Bobby Pennington and Rev. Klois Hargis officiating. Pallbearers were Richard and Dennis Byrd, Dennis Holland, Terry and Al Harrison and Benny McDougald. Burial followed services at the Hamburg Cemetery.

Dorothy Lee

Dorothy Lee, 59, of Crossett died Wednesday, January 1, 2003, at Ashley County Medical Center. She was a lifelong resident of Crossett, a homemaker and member of Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Byrd; her father, Jude Lee; and one brother, Iva Gene Lee.

Survivors include three sons, Rance Byrd of Fort Gordon, GA, and J.W. and Etienne Byrd, both of Crossett; one daughter, Tonie Thomas of Crossett; one stepson, Andy Byrd of Fort Worth, TX; one stepdaughter, Jackie Johnson of Crossett; her mother, Alma Lee of Crossett; four grandchildren and seven stepgrandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, January 4, at Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. Carlton White and Rev. Timmy Anderson officiating. Burial was at Carlock Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Pallbearers were Anthony Cockrell, Brett Thomas, Keith, James, Carl and Kevin Harrington, Richard "Hogg" Schilders, and Lonnie Carl Sharp.

Bessie "Bess" Marsh McFarlin

Bessie "Bess" Harrison Marsh McFarlin, 83, of Atlanta, GA, formerly of Crossett, died Saturday, December 28, 2002, at her residence. She was born December 4, 1919, to Lee and Grace Pennington Harrison in Fordyce. She was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church and was a nurse for many years.

Survivors include her husband, H.L. McFarlin of Glenwood; one daughter and her husband, Patricia and John Funk of Alpharetta, GA; one granddaughter and her husband, Leah and Wilson Cole of Alpharetta, GA; one brother and his wife, Jesse and Martha Harrison of Crossett; and four great-granddaughters.

Funeral services were held Thursday, January 2, 2003, at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett with Dr. L.H. McCullough officiating. Burial was at Pinewood Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Felton Jones, John Pennington, Charles Barkley, Sonny Brooks and Edward Walsor.

Trena Inez Mills

Trena Inez Mills, 75, of Crossett died Friday, January 3, 2003, at Beverly Healthcare in Crossett. Born November 16, 1927, in Kosciusko, MS, to Irvin D. and Raymouth Pettit Kelley, she was a homemaker and a member of Second Baptist Church.

Survivors include one sister, Ludy Gambill of Greenwood, FL; and one brother, John B. Kelley of Crossett. She was preceded in death by her husband, Virgil Mills.

Funeral services were held Sunday, January 5, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett with Bros. Roy Craig and Don Justice officiating. Burial was at Crossroads Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ken Kelley, Mike Kelley, Tony Hendrix, Tony Brantley, Greg Kelley and Lane Kelley.

Dorsey Claude O'Steen

Dorsey Claude O'Steen, 82, of Crossett died Thursday, January 2, 2003, at Ashley County Medical Center. Born November 20, 1920, in Hope to Claude B. and Etta Willis O'Steen, he was a retired owner and operator of the State Farm Insurance Agency in Crossett and was active in community projects and affairs. He was a past president of the Crossett Riding Club and Crossett Kiwanis Club. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II and flew 65 missions in the European Theater. He was a member of First Baptist Church, where he was active in the Men's Sunday School Class.

Survivors include his wife, Lois O'Steen of Crossett; five nieces and five nephews. He was preceded in death by a twin sister, Dorothy Samuels; one brother, Cecil J. O'Steen; and a nephew, Randy O'Steen.

Funeral services were held Saturday, January 4, at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church with Rev. Larry White officiating. Burial was at Pinewood Memorial Park under the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett. Pallbearers were Dennis Alexander, Bruce Alexander, Steve Courson, Charles Goodwin, Gerry Rodgers and Don Woods. Honorary pallbearers were Arthur Bee, Billy Jack Edwards, Jesse Harrison, Bill G. Holland, John C. Johnson, Robert F. Malloy, Edward Walser, Greg Pennington, H. Burchfield, Jimmy Grubbs, Mike Herrington, Jimmy Murphy, C.J. Holliman and Jerry Broadway.

Mrs. Ike W. Rawls

Mrs. Ike W. (Jimmie Mae Grice) Rawls, 90, of Crossett died Thursday, January 2, 2003. Born May 1, 1912, to Brooksie Daniel Grice and Laura Lee Cain Grice at Crossett Camp, she was a lifelong resident of Crossett, a member of First United Methodist Church of Crossett, United Methodist Women and the Eastern Star. She was also a member of the Col. Francis Vivian Brooking chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the National Society of Magna Charta Dames, the Arkansas Branch of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims and a charter member of the DeSoto chapter of the National Society of Colonial Dames of the XVII Century.

She and her husband, who were married in 1928, worked for the United States Forestry Service and lived at the Crossett Experimental Forest for over 30 years. After their retirement, they managed the distribution and delivery of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in Crossett. She enjoyed traveling, genealogy, sewing, reading and playing bridge. She spent her last months at the Baptist Retirement Center in Arcadia, LA, where her granddaughter, Jo, helped care for her.

Survivors include one daughter, Jo Ann Rawls Broadway; one sister, Mrs. Charles E. (Laura Belle) Varnell of Tucson, AZ; five grandchildren, Richard Jr. (Dicky), Steve, Ann, Jo and Carol; six great-grandchildren, Christopher, Stacy, Steven, Christine, Alyssa and Madelynn; and one great-great-grandson, Braiden. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ike W. Rawls, in May, 1983; and three brothers, Gordon Grice, Owen Grice and Jeff Grice.

Funeral services were held Monday, January 6, at 3 p.m. at First United Methodist Church of Crossett with Rev. Bill Williams officiating. Jones Funeral Home of Crossett was in charge of arrangements. The remains were to be cremated.

Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church of Crossett or the Alzheimer's Association, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1100, Chicago, IL 60611.

Danny Ray Smith Sr.

Danny Ray Smith Sr., 50, of Crossett died Tuesday, December 31, 2002, at the Ashley County Medical Center. A lifelong resident of Ashley County, he was a retired law enforcement officer and a member of Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert Lee and Lilly May Self Smith.

Survivors include his wife of 32 years, Blondell Smith; three sons, Danny Ray Smith Jr. and wife Becky and Anthony Weston Smith, both of Crossett, and Robert Dewayne Smith and wife Kelly of Hamburg; one daughter, Darlene Denise McCraw and husband Vincent of Hamburg; one brother, Roger Wayne Smith of Texarkana; one sister, Sheila Cassidy of Crossett; one stepbrother, Bobby Addington of Shreveport, TX; one half sister, Violet Marie Lee of Silsbee, TX; and five grandchildren, Daniel Hunter, Drayton Dewayne and Tyler Owen Smith, Lilly Mae McCraw and Vincent Paul McCraw Jr.

Funeral services were held Friday, January 3, at 1:30 p.m. at Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. Carlton White officiating. Burial was at Antioch Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Ken Turner, Levi Gray, Bull Wells, Rick Rausch, Wayne Neal, Bobby Linder Sr. and Adolphus McHenry.

Birdie Smith Stephens

Birdie Smith Stephens, 83, of Crossett died Saturday, January 4, 2003, at the Crossett Leisure Lodge. Born August 3, 1919, in Lone Oak, TX, to Herbert P. and Clara Dixon Smith, she was a retired secretary and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Crossett. She enjoyed all kinds of games and was an avid Bridge player. Mrs. Stephens was preceded in death by her husband, Harry D. Stephens, Sr.; two brothers, Forbes and Jack Smith; and a sister, Virginia Smith.

Survivors include a son, Harry D. "Buddy" Stephens, Jr., of Crossett; two daughters, Susanne Maxwell of Conway and Priscilla Rodgers of North Little Rock; three brothers, Gilbert Smith of Point, TX, Robbin Smith of Lewisville, TX, and H. P. Smith of Lone Oak, TX; and five grandchildren, David Maxwell, Stephen Maxwell, Robbin Rodgers, Becky Selby and Cherub Alford.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Monday, January 6, in the First United Methodist Church of Crossett with Rev. Bill Williams officiating. Pallbearers were Dennis Byrd, Richard Maxwell, Michael Webb, Charles Grassi, Robert Crane and John Sutton. Honorary pallbearers were employees of Crossett Welding. Burial followed services at Pinewood Memorial Park with arrangements by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Memorials may be made to the Crossett Centennial Park, c/o Crossett Centennial Coalition, P. O. Box 1999, Crossett, AR 71635 or to the Crossett Educational Foundation, 101 West First Ave.., Crossett, AR 71635.

Mr. Gary Elton Welch

Mr. Gary Elton Welch, 57, of Hamburg died Thursday, January 2, 2003, at the Ashley County Medical Center. A lifelong resident of Hamburg, he was a self-employed carpenter and attended the First Baptist Church where he was a member of the Paul Men's Sunday School Class. An avid hunter and fisherman, he was preceded in death by his father, Elton Welch, in 1995.

Survivors include his wife, Gail Riels Welch; a son, Shane Elton Welch; his mother, Lavern Wesson Welch, all of Hamburg; a brother, William Michael "Mickey" Welch of Fountain Hill; and two grandchildren, Cody Elton Welch and Megan Rayne Welch.

Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Saturday, January 4, in the First Baptist Church of Hamburg with Dr. Bobby Pennington and Rev. Klois Hargis officiating. Pallbearers were Carl John Bierbaum, Ronnie and Red Pennington, Pete Hollis, Bobby Joe Witherington and Buddy Barnes. Honorary pallbearers were Tommy Hollis, Richard and Jimmy Welch, Larry and Jerry Stanley, Johnny Guthrie and Keith Wesson.

Burial followed services at the Eden Cemetery with arrangements by Jones- Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Memorials may be made to the Eden Cemetery Association, c/o Mr. Jerry Stanley, 4026 Highway 133 North, Hamburg, AR 71646 or to the First Baptist Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 352, Hamburg, AR 71646.

John Wilson

John Wilson, 97, of Dermott, formerly of Hamburg, died Monday, January 6, 2003, at the Dermott City Nursing Home. A native of Ashley County and a resident of Dermott for the past two months, he was a retired farm laborer and a member of Christ Temple Pentecostal Church.

Survivors include one special niece, Louise Buford; and a host of other nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Steve Garfield and Mary Alice Tibbs Wilson; seven brothers, Ed Simpson, Lee Roberts and Zemmery, Robert, John T., Arthur and Tom Wilson; and three sisters, Lucy Williams, Effie Smith and Maggie Gray.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, January 9, at 11 a.m. at Christ Temple Pentecostal Church with Bishop Alfonso Madden officiating. Burial will be at Johnson Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home. Pallbearers are to be Aubrey Wilson, Cleveland Wilson, Tom Wilson, Anthony Wilson, Nathaniel Wilson and Johnny King.

Obituaries Published January 15

Mr. Rudy Bing

Mr. Rudy Bing, 63, of Crossett died Saturday, January 11, 2003, at his residence in Crossett. A native of Eudora, a Crossett resident for the past ten years and a resident of Little Rock for many years, he was the owner of Denture Masters Dental Lab in Crossett, a veteran of the U. S. Army and a Baptist. He was preceded in death by his father, Earl Bing; his mother, Loye Carpenter Bing; and a sister, Penny Kilcrease.

Survivors include three daughters, Kenda and Lynn Bing, both of Texas, and Jaye Smith of Monticello; two sisters, Annette Weindorf and Gail Higginbotham, both of Hamburg; a half-sister, Libby Smith of Pine Bluff; and several nieces and nephews.

A private burial of ashes will be held at a later date in the Hamburg Cemetery. Cremation arrangements were by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Willie Joe Ellis

Willie Joe Ellis, 57, of Hamburg died Friday, January 10, 2003, at Beverly Health Care of Crossett. A native of Magnolia, he was a resident of Hamburg for the past 30 years, a retired truck driver and a member of Phillip Grove Missionary Baptist Church.

Survivors include two sons, Willie Rich Ellis and Marcus Dewayne Webster, both of New York; one daughter, Marie Hampton of Hamburg; his parents, Willie Lee and Vernell Foster Ellis of Magnolia; one brother, Richard Lee Ellis of Magnolia; three sisters, Selma Ray Hall of Stone Mountain, GA and Ida Mae McCray and Berta Darrett, both of Magnolia; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Sylvia Inez Ellis; and one granddaughter, Jaleashia Ellis.

Funeral services will be held Friday, January17, at 11 a.m. at Phillip Grove Baptist Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. John Childress officiating. Burial will be at Johnson Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Pallbearers are to be Billy Rowe, John Smith, Richard Ellis, Frank Marshall, Anthony Easter and Ricardo Ellis. Honorary pallbearers are to be the deacons of Phillip Grove Missionary Baptist Church.

Loraine Cone Grayson

Loraine Cone Grayson, 78, of Shreveport, LA, died Saturday, January 4, 2003. Born in Crossett on September 29, 1924, , she was a real estate agent for more than 40 years and was featured in Who's Who Among American Businesswomen. She also worked as a landman in the oil industry. She was a member of Brockwood Baptist Church.

Survivors include her daughters, Betty Sherman and husband Jesse and Sheryl Murphy; brothers, James Cone and wife Dorothy of Crossett and Franklin Cone and wife Shirley; one sister, Barbara Whorton; a son in law, Bill Murphy; a sister-in-law, Doris Stafford and husband Carroll; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Myrtle Cone; her husband, James Calvin Grayson Sr.; one son, James Grayson Jr.; one brother, Thomas Cone Jr.; and two sisters, Georgia Alexander and Marylee Jenkins.

Grave side services were held Tuesday, January 7, at 11 a.m. at Centuries Memorial Cemetery with Rev. Mark Sutton officiating.

Laverne Guy

Laverne Guy, 61, of Hamburg died Tuesday, January 7, 2003, at Ashley County Medical Center. A lifelong resident of Hamburg, she was retired from Hamburg Shirt Factory and was a member of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church.

Survivors include three sons, Marvin Walter and Brian Guy, both of Hamburg, and Ralph Walter of Crossett; one daughter, Pamela Harris of Bastrop, LA; two brothers, Alf Freddie Tucker of Hamburg and Theodis Tucker of Muskegon, MI; three sisters, Clay J. Paskel of Muskegon, Helen Lassiter of Pine Bluff and Willie Swinney of Cedar Rapids, IA; one sister-in-law, Mattie Tucker of Hamburg; a special friend, Tiffany Sherrer of Hamburg; and five grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Johnny Guy; her parents, Henry and Verdell Calloway Tucker; and one brother, Elder Charles Tucker.

Funeral services were held Saturday, January 11, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Willie R. Taylor officiating. Burial was at Johnson Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were John Ware, Terry Rucker, Vernon Fisher, Ed Brown, Keith Pippen and Alfred Robinson. Honorary pallbearers were Alf Freddie Tucker Jr., Sam Smith, Larry Smith, Sharrod Paskel, De Andrea Winn, Kenty Lassiter, Anthony Tucker, Myron Tucker, Roderick Cook, Tony Gresham and Rev. Arnold Robertson.

William F. Scott

William F. Scott, 80, of San Diego, CA, died November 23, 2002. Born in Ashley County to L.E. and Margaret Scott in 1921, he was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War and served on the Navy aircraft carrier Saratoga in the South Pacific. He retired after 20 years of service. He had a masterss degree in geography and geology from San Diego State and was a professor at Fresno City College in Fresno City, CA for 18 years.

Survivors include one daughter, Lee Casner, of San Diego; two sisters, Margene Scott Moody of Marrow, GA and Dell Scott Harriman of Germantown, TN; one niece and several nephews. He was preceded in death by one daughter.

A memorial service will be held February 16 at 1 p.m. at St. Augustine Episcopal Church in Morrow. A reception will follow at the home of Margene Moody.

Verda Outlaw Stanley

Verda Outlaw Stanley, 95, of Crossett died Monday, January 6, 2003, at her residence. Born October 1, 1907, to Benjamin Alvin and Cornelia Mills Outlaw in Vick, she was a member of the Eaglelake Crossroads Baptist Church and enjoyed gardening, quilting and canning. She was preceded in death by an infant, Marvin Leciel Stanley; her son, Ralph Allen Stanley; and her husband, Leciel Stanley.

Survivors include seven daughters, Ethel Blackwell and husband Bill of Crossett, Marion Duncan and husband David of Indianapolis, IN, Carolyn Hill of Jennings, OK, Edith Harmon and husband Amos of Warren, Judy Collins and husband Eugene of Monticello, Teresia Harris and husband John of Ashdown, and Gwen Gathright and husband Robert of Round Rock, TX; one son, Billy Stanley and wife Mary Pat of Crossett; one sister, Myreea Pinson of Crossett; 29 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 8, in the Jones Funeral Home chapel in Crossett Pallbearers were Shane Harris, Michael Smith, Bryan Hornbuckle, Braska Strebeck, Dennis Hill and Justin Collins. Burial followed services at the Union Hill Cemetery in Ingalls.

Mr. Melvin Jackson Wallace

Mr. Melvin Jackson Wallace, 71, of Katy, TX, died at his residence on December 22, 2002. Born in Lake Village and raised in Hamburg, he graduated from Hamburg High School and shortly thereafter reported for duty in the U. S. Air Force, serving in the Korean Conflict. After his discharge, he attended Louisiana Tech University. He was an avid Razorback fan, a member of the Spring Baptist Church, and had a long and successful career in the restaurant business. He was an active and enthusiastic member of the Wallace Deer Camp in Hamburg where he spent much of his time writing short children's stores. He had just completed a story about the area at a time in which he would have liked to live. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bob and Susy Wallace.

Survivors include his childhood sweetheart of 50 years, Joan Johnson Wallace; two sons, Melvin J. Wallace, Jr., of Dallas, TX, and Shane Kimball Wallace and wife Karen of Livingston, TX; a daughter, Jennifer DeEdria Jackson and husband William of Katy, TX; two brothers, Ben Wallace of New Iberia, LA, and Clifton Wallace and wife Eva of Oklahoma City, OK; three sisters, Bonnie Ridwell of Medford, CA, Aleene Carter and husband Tommy of Crossett and Billy Sue Bonner and husband Danny of Fordyce; eight grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

A grave-side service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, January 18, in the Promise Land Cemetery with Rev. Kenny Williams officiating and with arrangements by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Promise Land Cemetery Association, c/o Mrs. JoAnn Sullivan, 318 Ashley Road 131, Hamburg, AR 71646 or to the National Parkinson Foundation, P. O. Box 450, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006.

Mrs. Lila Woods

Mrs. Lila Woods, 87, of Hamburg, died Tuesday, January 7, 2003, at the Ashley County Medical Center in Crossett. A native of Crossett and a resident of Hamburg for most of her life, she was a homemaker and a member of the Judson Missionary Baptist Church. She enjoyed gardening and working in her garden. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bunk Woods, in 1967; a son, Danny Woods, in 1987; her parents, Dan and Effie Mae Coody Farmer; a brother, Aubrey Farmer; a sister, Merle Doss, and two half-brothers, Alfred and A.D. Farmer; and one half-sister, June Witcher.

She is survived by a son, Billy Woods of Little Rock; a daughter-in-law, Joyce Woods of Hamburg, two sisters, Ethel Allison of Hamburg and Ernestine Roberts of Crossett; and two grandchildren, Anthony Woods of St. Louis, MO, and Joey Woods of Hamburg.

Grave-side services and interment were at 2 p.m., Wednesday, January 8, at the Judson Cemetery with the Rev. Orville Clark officiating. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Obituaries Published January 22

Hazel Halley Searcy Coker

Hazel Halley Searcy Coker, 81, of Bastrop, LA, died Friday, January 17, 2003, at the St. Francis Medical Center in Monroe, LA. Born March 10, 1921, to William Athea and Della Mae Stephenson Halley in Baskin, LA, she was a member of the Mount Zion Baptist Church in Bastrop. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Roy Searcy; and her second husband, A. C. Coker.

Survivors include three sons, Ron Searcy and wife Susan of Calimesa, CA, Allen Searcy and wife Paula of Kingsland and Roy Searcy and wife Kris of Jeffersonville, IN; three daughters, Vaselle S. Duke and husband John of Killeen, TX, Glenda Jordan and husband Dan of Crossett and Cynthia Jeffress and husband Gene of Lou Ann; two brothers, Dude Halley of Oak Grove, LA, and Terry Halley of Crossett; two sisters, Eloise Bryan of Minden, LA, and Mallie Ruth Norrell of Crossett; 16 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, January 19, in the Meridian Baptist Church with Revs. George Tharpe, Robert Jackson and John Duke officiating. Pallbearers were Glen Howie, Darrell George, Ronnie Little, Alan Jackson, Alvin Jordan and Jimmy Jeffress. Burial followed services at the Crossett Cemetery with arrangements by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Mr. Everett Gibson

Mr. Everett "Bully" Gibson, 90, of Montrose died Thursday, January 16, 2003, at the Chicot Memorial Hospital in Lake Village. A native of La Place, Illinois, and a resident of Montrose for the past sixty years, he was a retired farmer, operated the ferry across Lake Chicot in Lake Village for many years and he also worked at the Montrose Gin. He was a former deputy sheriff, a member of the Montrose Baptist Church, a Master Mason and a member of the Portland Masonic Lodge #499 for over 58 years. He was preceded in death by his wife of 64 years, Evie Fleming Gibson in 1999, a son, Thomas Edward Gibson; his parents, E.E. and Clara Divine Gibson; three brothers, Kenneth, Russell and Francis Gibson; and three sisters, Zola Corine Butler, Flossie Cotton and Lucille Hicks.

He is survived by a daughter, Barbara Goree and husband George of Montrose; four grandchildren, Joe Thomas Gibson, George W. "Chip" Goree II and wife Jennifer, Deborah Carol Guion and husband Charles, and Kayla Carol Levetrice Swindel and husband Chip; five great-grandchildren, David and Bailey Goree, Donovan Stucks, Angela and Erin Guion; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Sunday, January 19, in the Montrose Baptist Church with the Rev. Larry Donaldson officiating. Burial followed services at Pinewood Memorial Park under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were David Burns, Bill Mixon, Bill Sellers, Wash White, R.D. Selby and Douglas Crane. Honorary Pallbearers were Carl Pamplin, J.R. Breedlove and Frank Taylor. Memorials may be made to the Montrose Baptist Church, PO Box 275, Montrose, Arkansas 71658.

Mrs. Eunice Hill Hughes

Mrs. Eunice Hill Hughes, 93, of Crossett died Tuesday, January 14, 2003, at the St. Francis Medical Center in Monroe, LA. Born September 3, 1909, in Ouachita County, she was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Crossett and loved beautiful flowers and gardening. She and her late husband, Garland Maurice Hughes, owned and operated Hughes Grocery Store for many years. She was also proceeded in death by a son, James Harold Hughes.

Survivors include one son, Calvin E. Hughes of Sterlington, LA; one stepsister; five grandchildren, Betty Burns and Vernon, Lynde, Terry and Marty Hughes; and ten great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 16, in the Jones Funeral Home chapel in Crossett with Rev. Bill Williams officiating. Pallbearers were James Dean, Jerry Burns, Ben Johnson, John B. "J. B." Kelley, Scott Floyd and Neil Young. Burial followed services at Pinewood Memorial Park.

John W. Summerland

John W. "Johnny" Summerland, 87, of Hamburg died Sunday, January 19, 2003, at the Beverly Healthcare Center in Hamburg. A native of Hamburg and a resident of Hamburg for most of his life, he was a retired timber worker and a member of the North Main Baptist Church in Hamburg. He was preceded in death by his parents, J.O. and Iva Womble Summerland, two daughters, Joann and Iva Marie Summerland, one brother and two sisters.

He is survived by three sons, Charles Summerland and wife Mildred of Hamburg, Joe Summerland and wife Jane of Hermitage, and Don Summerland of Little Rock; seven grandchildren and nineteen great- grandchildren.

Funeral services are planned for 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 22, in the Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home chapel in Hamburg with the Revs. Klois Hargis and Clyde Mitchell officiating. Burial will be in the Antioch Cemetery. Pallbearers are to be Norman Higginbotham, Junior Oden, Buddy Livingston, Tommy Thompson, Allen Waldrup and Larry Kinnaird.

Obituaries Published January 29

Mrs. Merle Lewis Bing

Mrs. Merle Lewis Bing, 72, of Jones, LA, died Monday, January 27, 2003, at her residence. A native of Baskin, LA, a resident of Jones for the past twenty-six years and for many years a resident of Wilmot, she worked at Wal Mart in Bastrop for the past eighteen years. A member of the First Baptist Church in Collinston, LA, she was preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Bessie Gilmore Lewis, and one sister, Mildred McKee.

She is survived by her husband of fifty-six years, Charles Bing of Jones; three daughters, Faye Bing of Monroe, LA., Vivian "V" Jeffers and husband Carl of Portland, and Marilyn Harvey and husband Cecil of Wilmot; one brother, J.O. Lewis of Oak Grove, LA; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., Wednesday, January 29, in the Wilmot Baptist Church with the Revs. Don Wright and Bobby O'Fallon officiating. Visitation will be from 6-9 p.m., Tuesday at the funeral home. Pallbearers are Robert Sims, Billy Bell, Mark and Dennis McKee, Charles Cook, Harry Mayo, Odell Stone and Bobby Foster. Burial will be in the Wilmot Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Memorials may be made to the donor's favorite charity.

Mrs. Joan Carolyn Rives

Mrs. Joan Carolyn Rice Rives, 64, of Monroe, LA, formerly of Crossett, died on Saturday, January 25, 2003, at the E. A. Conway Hospital in Monroe. Born on March 19, 1938, in Crossett to Harvey H. and Willie Mae Watt Rice, she was a member of Solid Ground Ministries of West Monroe, LA, and the Carbondale Assembly of God in Crossett and was retired from Georgia-Pacific. She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, Ivory Gene Barnett; and a sister, Virginia Roberts.

Survivors include two sons, Bobby Rives, Jr., and James Rives of Crossett; two daughters, Wiendy Logwood and Scarlett Sankey of Monroe; one brother, Billy Lee Rice of Crossett; two sisters, Gail King of Crossett and Betty Bradshaw of Pine Bluff; five grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and two foster grandchildren.

Grave-side services were at 2 p.m. Monday, January 27, at the Arkadelphia Cemetery in Crossett with Rev. Byron Boykin officiating. Pallbearers were Bill Rice, Amber Earl Rice, Mike Carter, Josh Kelley, Henry Kelley, Dennis Bradshaw, Delton Rice and Andy Ingram. Gordon Rice was an honorary pallbearer. Arrangements were by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Obituaries Published February 5

Julia Louise Hemingway Bowden

Julia Louise Hemingway Bowden, 84, of McGehee died Thursday, January 30, 2003, in Hamburg. Born February 3, 1918, in Arkansas City to the late Thomas F. and Mary McNeeley Hemingway, she was a bookkeeper and a member of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church of McGehee. She was preceded in death by her husband, Emmett "Jimmy" Bowden.

Survivors include a son, Tommy Bowden of McGehee; a daughter, Pam Bowden Daley of Hamburg; two brothers, Tom Hemingway and Milton M. "Hot" Hemingway of McGehee; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Saturday, February 1, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in McGehee with Rev. George Hart officiating. Pallbearers were Todd Daley, Blake Daley, Jesse Hennington, Randy Hand, Joey Moore and Jason Britton.

Burial followed services at the McGehee Cemetery with arrangements by Griffin Funeral Service of McGehee. Memorials may be made to St. Paul's Episcopal Church of McGehee.

Mr. Dennis L. Davis

Mr. Dennis L. Davis, 62, of Gulf Shores, AL, died Wednesday, January 29, 2003, at his residence. A native of Crossett and raised in Hamburg, he graduated from Hamburg High School in 1958 and graduated from Henderson State University in 1962. He was a Certified Public Accountant and owned the Dennis Davis CPA firm in Hamburg for many years. He was a former resident of Little Rock and a resident of Gulf Shores, AL. for the past thirteen years where he was a charter boat captain. He was a member of the Lagoon Baptist Church in Gulf Shores and was preceded in death by his mother, Betty Lanelle Courson Davis, in 2001.

He is survived by his wife, Karen Byrnes Davis of Gulf Shores; a son, Ronnie Davis of Alexander; three daughters, Lori Comstock and husband Chris of Birmingham, AL, Karla Davis of Mobile, AL, and Kristi Loyd and husband Glen of Turrell; his father, H.M. "Mutt" Davis of Hamburg, two brothers, Bobby Davis and wife Nancy of Hamburg and Don Davis and wife Becky of Little Rock, and three grandchildren, Brandon, Chris and Kassie.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m., Saturday, February 1, in the First Baptist Church of Hamburg with the Dr. Bobby Pennington and Rev. Klois Hargis officiating. Burial followed services at the Promise Land Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Alan, Wayne and Barry Davis, Charles Coleman, David Johnston, Ralph Parker, Wallace Erwin and Ken Byrnes. A memorial service was to be held at 6:30 p.m., Monday, February 3, at the Lagoon Baptist Church in Gulf Shores with the Rev. Fred Freeman officiating. Memorials may be made to the Mercy Medical Hospice, 177 Baldwin Square, Fair Hope, AL 36532 or the Lagoon Baptist Church, 17867 State Hwy 180, Gulf Shores, AL 36542.

Hugh Andrew Hogue

Hugh Andrew Hogue, 56, of Crossett died Monday, January 27, 2003, at his home. Born November 30, 1946, to Russel and Janie Jo Whitaker Hogue in Dermott, he was a retired employee of Jefferson Smurfit, a member of the South Main Baptist Church, an avid Razorback fan and enjoyed fishing and loved spending time with his family.

Survivors include his wife, Nora Hogue; one son, Mark Hogue; three stepsons, Todd, Terry and Steven Zeigler, all of Crossett; his father, Russel Hogue of Hamburg; one brother, David Hogue of Charlotte, NC; two sisters, Susan Manning of Hot Springs and Elizabeth Bell of Van Buren; and four grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 29, in the South Main Baptist Church with Revs. Jimmie Lewis and Jimmy Wallace officiating. Pallbearers were Richard Frisby, Charles Lewis, Donald Bridges, Bobby Thompson, Shelby Moore, and Todd, Steven and Terry Zeigler. Burial followed services at the Mount Carmel Cemetery in Eudora with arrangements by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Luther G. Martin

Luther G. Martin, 79, of Crossett died Wednesday, January 29, 2003, at the Ashley County Medical Center. Born April 6, 1923, to the late Gill and Estelle McClain Martin in Lacey, he retired as a millwright after 40 years of service with Georgia-Pacific Plywood and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Crossett. He was preceded in death by two brothers and a grandson, Gabriel Taylor Murray.

Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Betty Burnett Martin of Crossett; a son and daughter-in-law, David Lorence Martin and Cindy of Ruston, LA; a daughter and son-in-law, Teresa Karen Neatherly and Jerry of Crossett; five brothers, Vance Martin of Houston, TX, Travis Martin of Hemphill, TX, Lavert Martin of Cleveland, TX, and Allen and Ladon Martin of Crossett; four sisters, Gerildean Long of Childersburg, AL, Shirley Robinson of Houston, TX, Ruth Potts of Pasadena, TX, and Ella Quita Spears of Camden; and six grandchildren, Justin Murray, Ashley Martin, Jamie Neatherly, Amanda Kelley, Cindy Phillips and Heather Neatherly.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Friday, January 31, in the First Baptist Church of Crossett with Revs. Wayman Mann and Larry White officiating. Pallbearers were Greg and Phil Kelley, James Hendrix, Fred Tutt, James Neatherly and Johnny Murray. Honorary pallbearers were Doyle Jordan, Clinton Carpenter, J. B. Kelley and Andy Gresham. Burial followed services at the Pinewood Memorial Park with arrangements by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Joey Michael Rice

Joey Michael Rice, 29, of Crossett died Saturday, February 1, 2003, at the Ashley County Medical Center. Born December 28, 1973, to Gordon Earl and Sandra Bolin Rice, he worked as a paper-maker for Georgia-Pacific and was a member of the Cloverdale Assembly of God. He was undefeated pee wee tackle football coach, a Mason with Crossett Lodge #576, and served on the Eagle Booster board of directors and as president of the Ashley County Fox Hunters' Association. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Eddie Bolin and Wilfred and Mildred Rice.

Survivors include his wife, Sherie Sullivan Rice of Crossett; one daughter, Dana Sherie Rice; two sons, Michael Knight and Jesse Knight; his parents, Gordon and Sandra Rice of Crossett; two brothers, Ricky E. Rice and wife Sherrie and Tod Rice and wife Cindy; one sister, Holly Rice; his grandmother, Ruth Bolin, all of Crossett; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services are planned for 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 5, in the Cloverdale Assembly of God with Revs. Roy Craig and Justin Uselton officiating. Pallbearers are to be Ronnie McDonald, Pete Meeks, Tony Vestal, Hurley Ashcraft, James Ward, Howie Rice, Timmy Watt and Robert Baldwin. Honorary pallbearers are to be Bryan Bolin, Kenneth Bolin, Marshall Thurman, Ricky Lynn, George Vestal, Ronald Rice, Eddie Corder and members of the Ashley County Fox Hunters' Association. Burial will follow services at the Crossroads Cemetery, directed by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Visitation will be at the Cloverdale Assembly of God on Tuesday, February 4, beginning at 4 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Cloverdale Assembly of God- Eddie Bolin Youth Building Fund, 132 Ashley Road 15, Crossett, AR 71635.

Reba Shell

Reba Shell, 87, of Faulkville, AL, formerly of Hamburg, died Wednesday, January 29, 2003, at the Summerford Nursing Home in Faulkville. A native of Hamburg and an Alabama resident for the past 3 « years, she was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Freeman Edwin Shell of Hamburg, and her parents, Newsome and Cora Jane Ray Taylor.

Survivors include two sons, Dr. Edwin Shell of Bossier City, LA, and Freeman Shell, Jr., of Decatur, AL; two daughters, Mally Hatch of Decatur, AL, and Sally Whitehead of Jacksonville; nine grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

Memorial services were at 4 p.m. Saturday, February 1, grave-side at the Hamburg Cemetery with Rev. Klois Hargis officiating. Arrangements were by Peck Funeral Home of Alabama and Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Mrs. Mary Freeman Turley

Mrs. Mary "Sister" Freeman Turley, 65, of Houston, Texas, died Friday, January 31, 2003 at her sister's residence in Lufkin, Texas. A native of Fountain Hill and a resident of Houston for the past thirty-seven years, she was a former resident of Port Arthur, Texas, a homemaker and a member of the Eden Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Sam Turley; her mother, Earlene Stanley Gray; and her father, William Clark Freeman.

She is survived by her sister, Debra Setliff of Lufkin, Texas; a half-sister, Ann Shivers; two half-brothers, Wayne and William Freeman, all of Fannett, Texas; two nephews, Ryan and Travis Setliff; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Grave-side funeral services and interment were planned for 10 a. m. Tuesday, February 4, at the Eden Cemetery with the Rev. Mike Titsworth officiating. Pallbearers were to be Ryan Setliff, Larry, Danny, Jerry and Roma Stanley, and Billy Wayne Harville. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Mrs. Rubye Nell Bolding Turner

Mrs. Rubye Nell Bolding Turner, 89, of Lake Village died Wednesday, January 29, 2003. Known affectionately as "Miss Rubye," she lived in Portland until moving to Lake Village four years ago. She was a member of the Portland Baptist Church and attended Lakeside United Methodist Church. Born April 15, 1913, to the late John and Betty Bolding, she was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Turner. Her talents included quilting and gardening.

Survivors include a son, Clarence Turner, Jr. and wife Mary of Lake Charles, LA; five daughters, JoAnn T. Coleman and husband Otto of Greenville, MS, Frances and husband Bill Steele of Lake Village, Margaret and husband Ben Powell of Monroe, LA, Carolyn and husband Jim Williams of Collierville, TN, and Marilyn and husband Al Dvoracek of Mansfield, TN; ten grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 1, in the Lakeside United Methodist Church with Rev. Todd-Paul Taulbee officiating. Pallbearers were grandsons, great-grandsons and grandsons-in-law. Burial followed services at the Mount Carmel Cemetery in Eudora with arrangements by Griffin-Steele Funeral Home of Lake Village.

Walter Lee Wooden

Walter Lee Wooden, 77, of Wilmot died Saturday, January 25, 2003, at the Chicot Memorial Hospital in Lake Village. A former Wilmot policeman, he was a member of the John Wesley A. M. E. Zion Church and was preceded in death by his parents, Fountain and Stella Wooden.

Survivors include his wife, Bessay Wooden of Wilmot; one son, Alvin Cox of Canton, MS; one brother, Henry Wooden of Gary, IN; eight grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Saturday, February 1, in the John Wesley A. M. E. Zion Church with Rev. James Vault officiating. Pallbearers were Calvin Duckery, Eddie Duckery, Jr., Robert Dean, Andrew Metcalf, Levert Stock and Cloman Stock. Burial followed services at the Second Baptist Cemetery with arrangements by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Obituaries Published February 12

Howard Warren Gates

Howard Warren Gates, 88, of Crossett died Wednesday, February 5, 2003. Born October 27, 1914, in Farmerville, LA, to the late Henry and Eva Gates, he retired after 45 years of service with the Georgia-Pacific paper mills. A founding member of the First Church of God in Crossett, he was preceded in death by his wives, Eloise Sisson Gates and Freda Reed Gates; three brothers, Herman, Jack and Houston Gates; and one sister, Minnie Miller.

Survivors include one son, Charles Gates of Conway; two daughters, Dorothy Halter of Conway and Jerry Lawler of San Jose, CA; two stepchildren, Diane Garvin of Sherwood and Richard Reed of Searcy; two brothers, Herbert Gates of Mountain Home and Earl Gates of Crossett; four sisters, Lois Taunton, Jean Townsend and Betty Burchfield of Crossett and Irene Baden of Colorado Springs, CO; eight grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, two step-great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandsons and many nieces and nephews.

Grave-side services were at 2 p.m. Thursday, February 6, at Pinewood Memorial Park with Rev. Karvin Adams officiating. Arrangements were by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Memorials may be made to the First Church of God, 1501 Main St., Crossett, AR 71635.

William "Shorty" Holland

Funeral services for William "Shorty" Holland, 79, of Bastrop, LA, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday, February 4, in the Golden Funeral Home chapel in Bastrop with Revs. C. S. Cascio and Andy Myrick officiating. Burial followed services at the Bartholomew Cemetery.

Mr. Holland died Sunday, February 2, 2003, at his residence. He was retired from the Morehouse Parish School Board Maintenance Department and was a World War II veteran of the U. S. Navy and a member of the Harmony Baptist Church and the American Legion. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Josephine Holland; his father, Roy Holland; and his mother, Etoil Brown, both of Crossett.

Survivors include his wife, Mary R. Holland; two daughters, Glenda LaJoyce Carlock and husband Tommy of Lansing, MI, and Rita H. Carroll and husband Roy of Bastrop; two stepdaughters, Lorna Martin and husband Terry of Natchez, MS, and Lisa Leach of Bastrop; two sons, William Charles Holland, Jr., of Bastrop and Ronald Everett Holland and wife Ann of Baton Rouge, LA; one stepson, David Lech and partner Micah Goins of Eros; six grandchildren, Rhonda Scott, Joyce Ann Scott, Danna Johnston, Ronald Holland, Jamie Holland and Tori Martin; and nine great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Terry Montgomery, Cecil Watson, Johnnie Lindeman, Frankie Boyte, Scottie Ricks and David White. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Carter Cox, Orville Noble, Ed Zakrzewski, O. L. Harper, Leonard Robinson, Allan Eppinette, Bobby Adams, Phillip McCready and members of the Morehouse Parish School maintenance department.

Mr. Joe Miller

Mr. Joe Miller, 55, of Hamburg died Sunday, February 9, 2003, at his residence. A native of Fountain Hill and a resident of Hamburg for most of his life, he was a retired timber worker and a Baptist. He was preceded in death by his father, O.D. Miller.

He is survived by his wife of thirty-five years, Dorothy Haynes Miller; a son, Joe Miller Jr.; a daughter, Paula Tolliver and husband Curtis Jr., all of Hamburg; his mother, Willie Mae Harris Miller of Pine Bluff; nine brothers, David Miller and wife Flora, Clarence Miller and wife Billie, both of Hamburg, Otis Miller and wife Lorrinda, Chester Miller, Sim Miller and Willie D. Miller, all of Crossett, Mark Miller and wife Angie and Jessie Miller, both of Dumas, and Joseph Miller of Virginia; four daughters, Flossie Allen and Ruby Miller, both of Dumas, Gloria Paskel, and Sandra Edgerson and husband Ken of Pine Bluff; and five grandchildren.

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, February 15, in the Mount Zion Baptist Church with the Revs. John Childress, W. R. Taylor and Danny Franklin officiating. Burial will follow services at the Mt. Pelium Cemetery with arrangements by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers are to be Lee, Larry, Elijah and Nathaniel Miller, Samuel Cobb and Abe Clark. Visitation will be from 4-6 p.m., Friday, February 14, at the funeral home.

Beatrice Watkins

Beatrice Watkins, 90, of Crossett died Sunday, February 2, 2003, at Beverly Healthcare of Crossett. A native of Monroe, LA, she had lived in Crossett for the past 60 years. She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church on Florida Street and the Order of the Eastern Star, Silver Star Chapter 306, Crossett.

Survivors include a host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Watkins; her parents, five brothers and one sister.

Funeral services were held Saturday, February 8, at 11 a.m. at First Baptist Church in Crossett with Rev. Evandrew Washington officiating. Burial was at Westview Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Tony Allen, Lucin Smith, Stanley Goree, Andre Foy and Herman Pumphrey.

Obituaries Published February 19

Mrs. Margaret Allison

Mrs. Margaret Virginia Allison, 77, of Dermott died Thursday, February 13, 2003, at the McGehee-Desha County Hospital. A native of Boydell, a resident of Dermott since 1958 and a former resident of Portland, she was a member of the Temple Baptist Church and worked for the Wells-Lamont Glove Factory for over thirty years until retiring in 1995. She was preceded in death by her husband, Erston Allison, in 1970; a son, Jimmy Lamar Allison, in 1999, her parents, Willie and Willie Hammock Smith; and three sisters, Betty Shelton, Frances Johnson and Margie Smith.

She is survived by two sons, William Allison of Crossett and Charles Johnson of Conway; four daughters, Margaret Ann Brannon of Dermott, Paula Wilson of Monticello, Wanda Williams of Winchester, and Lulu Mitchell of Pine Bluff, sixteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Sunday, February 16, in the Temple Baptist Church in Dermott with the Rev. Jody Gannaway officiating. Burial followed services at the Dermott Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Charles and Albert Hammock, Carl and Raymond Shelton, Bill Allison and John Paul Young. Honorary Pallbearers were Mike Brannon, Rusty Lee and Archie Burchfield. Memorials may be made to the Temple Baptist Church, PO Box 327, Dermott, Arkansas 71630.

Dr. Jerry N. Barham

Dr. Jerry N. Barham, 70, of Greeley, CO, died Saturday, February 15, 2003, at the North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. Born July 21, 1932, in Crossett to Andrew Jackson and Vera Mae Nolley Barham, he graduated from Hamburg High School in 1950 and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Arkansas A & M College (now UAM) in 1953. He entered the U.S. Marine Corps in 1953, leaving in 1955 with a rank of first lieutenant.

He received his master's and Doctor of Education degrees from Louisiana State University and taught at various colleges and universities including the University of Southern Mississippi and Kansas State College before joining the faculty of Colorado State College (now UNC) in 1964 where he taught until his retirement in 1993. He specialized in the areas of health, physical fitness, recreation and kinesiology and authored four textbooks in kinesiology. Two of his textbooks were translated - one into Japanese and the other into German. He was an avid sports fan and coached football, track and field, basketball and tennis at UNC. His other interests were photography, computers, history, and travel.

Survivors include his wife, Margrit Schoenhoff Barham, who he married in 1965; one son, Troy Barham; two daughters, Robin Erickson and Lisa and husband Travis Dopler; his mother, Vera Mae Barham, all of Greeley; two brothers, Jack Barham of Belle Glade, FL, and James A. "Jim" Barham of Little Rock; one sister, Pat Akers Pillert of Little Rock; and seven grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father.

A private family memorial was planned with inurnment to be held at a later date at Sunset Memorial Gardens with military honors by the Marine Corps League.

Matthew Burns

Matthew Burns, 65, of Crossett died Wednesday, February 12, 2003, at his residence. A lifelong resident of Crossett, he a retired laborer for the city of Crossett and a member of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Donnie Marie Burns; three sons, Tommy Burns of Indianapolis, IN, and Christopher Sims and Micah Gibbs, both of Crossett; three daughters, Joyce Steward of Inglewood, CA, Vicky Shelton of Indianapolis and Pamela Wilson of Oakland, CA; one brother, Curtis Burns of Milwaukee, WI; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Homer and Ella Williams Burns; and one brother, Kenneth Burns.

Funeral services were held Saturday, February 15, at 2:30 p.m. at New Bethel Baptist Church with Rev. B.J. Jackson officiating. Burial was at Westview Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Tony Goree, Glendol Johnson, Cottra Miles, John Hopes, Glenn Moore and Anthony Dawkins.

Laborn Daniels

Laborn Daniels, 74, of Monticello died Wednesday, February 12, 2003, at Beverly Healthcare of Monticello. A native of Lacey, he had been a resident of Monticello for the past 13 years and was a retired timber worker.

Survivors include one daughter, Linda Gayle McClain and husband Rufus of Detroit, MI; two brothers, Robert Daniels of Lacey and Curley Daniels of Crossett; three sisters, Glennis Daniels and Clara Bell and husband Edgar Lee Withers of Lacey, and Carolina Bankston of Crossett; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lee and Salina Lambert Daniels; and four sisters, Fannie Matthews, Mamie Turner, Martha Stanley and Reola Daniels.

Funeral services were held Monday, February 17, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church with Rev. Nelson Spencer officiating. Pallbearers were Tommie, Billy, Elvin, and Leroy Daniels, Antonio Owen and Darnell Miller. Burial was at Lacey Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Charles Ray Ellis

Charles Ray Ellis, 50, of Detroit, MI, formerly of Crossett, died Monday, February 10, 2003, at his residence. A native of Crossett who had lived in Detroit for the past 30 years, he was a former DT&I Railroad employee and a member of Pleasant Green Baptist Church.

Survivors include his father, James Ellis of Crossett; five brothers, Willie E. Ellis of Detroit, William Glen Ellis and David Michael Ellis of Crossett, Cleveland Ellis of Little Rock and Carlos Ellis of West Memphis; and one sister, Cheryl Walker of Crossett. He was preceded in death by his mother, Virgie Ellis; and one brother, James Ellis.

Funeral services were held Saturday, February 15, at 11 a.m. at Pleasant Green Baptist Church with Rev. Walter Witherspoon officiating. Burial was at Westview Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Johnny Hampton, Carl Miles, Billy Taylor, Edgar Jo Nalls, Michael Scott and Ulyssis Haynes.

Hettie Nell Rogers Horn

Hettie Nell Rogers Horn, 80, of the Prairie Chapel community in Drew County, died Tuesday, February 11, 2003, at her residence. Born February 25, 1922, in Lincoln County, the daughter of the late Will Mark Rogers and Sallie Lyle Rogers, she was a retired school teacher and homemaker. She attended the Lacey Methodist Church but was a lifelong Presbyterian. She was a charter member of the William F. Slemons Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a member of the Col. David Love Chapter of the DAR, the Drew County Genealogical Society and the Drew County Historical Society.

Survivors include one son, Roger Shelby Horn of College Station, TX; two daughters, Sara Margaret Wigley and husband Sam L. of the Prairie Chapel community and Susan Rebecca Williams and husband, Jon R., of Little Rock; and four grandchildren, Lee Ellen Wigley and Joshua Wade Wigley, both of Austin, TX, and Jonathan David Williams and Thomas Shelby Williams, both of Little Rock. She was preceded in death by six brothers and five sisters. Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Friday, February 14, in the Stephenson-Dearman Funeral Home chapel in Monticello.

Pallbearers were Willis Jones, Wayne White, Anthony Brown, Macon Causey, Blair Brown, Henry Rogers and Chris Rogers. Honorary pallbearer was Tony Peebles. Burial followed services at the Beulah Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Beulah Cemetery, c/o Curt Mayo, 321 Ozment Rd., Wilmar, AR 71675.

Mrs. Rosie Lee Lewis

Mrs. Rosie Lee Lewis, 65, of Eudora died Thursday, February 13, 2003, at her residence. A native of Coatopa, Alabama, a resident of Eudora for the past 22 years and a former resident of Parkdale, she was a homemaker and a member of the Union Baptist Church in Parkdale. She was preceded in death by her parents, Louis and Alice Mays Russell.

She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Andrew Lewis of Eudora; five sons, Eddie Lee Townsend of Chicago, IL, Edward Lewis of West Helena, Donail Lewis of Forrest City, Clendell Lewis of Dallas, TX, and Andrew Lewis Jr. of Eudora; two daughters, Christine and Letha Lewis, both of Little Rock; five brothers, Louis Russell Jr. of Beloit, WI, James Russell of Wilmot, William Russell of Eudora, Evermel Russell of Beloit, WI, and Charles Russell of Galesburg, IL; six sisters, Louise Joyner of Eudora, Luethael Waters of Salem, NJ, Gracie Mae Bradley and Evelyn Russell, both of Beloit, WI, Annie Pearl Williams of Crossett and Equillio Russell of Salem, NJ; seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, a host of nieces and nephews and friends and family.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., Wednesday, February 19, at the Union Baptist Church at Parkdale with the Rev. Jessie Knight officiating. Visitation will be from 1-2 p.m., Wednesday at the church. Burial will be in the Zion Hill Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers will be Jessie Packard, Edgar Morris, James Campbell, Louis Mitchell, Kirk Greyson, James Dillon, Herman Williams and Dan Smith.

Clemmie Jane Mikus

Clemmie Jane Mikus, 67, of Crossett died Thursday, February 13, 2003, at her residence. A lifelong resident of Ashley County, she was a cook for Beverly Healthcare of Crossett and a Baptist.

Survivors include one daughter, Jacquelyn D. Johnson of Crossett; her mother, Lola Jeffers of Crossett; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father, Edward "Doogan" Barnes; and two brothers, T. Roy Barnes and Jesse Barnes.

Funeral services were held Sunday, February 16, at 2 p.m. at Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. Carlton White officiating. Burial was at Rolfe Chapel Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Gene Barnes, Ricky Barnes, Jessie Barnes, Chad Skinner, Brent Johnson and J.W. Bird.

Mrs. Effie Russell

Mrs. Effie Russell, 94, of Boydell died Monday, February 10, 2003, at the Ashley County Medical Center in Crossett. A native of Lyon, Arkansas, and a resident of Boydell since 1945, she was the postmaster in Boydell for thirty-eight years. She was a member of the First Church of Christ Scientist mother church in Boston and attended the Montrose Baptist Church. She was a past Matron and member of the Delta Chapter 571, Order of the Eastern Star in Portland and had received her fifty year pin. She was an avid fisherman and loved fishing with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clyde Russell Sr. in 1982; a son, Clyde Russell Jr. in 1994; and a daughter, Mittie Muriel Brinkman in 1965; and her parents, William and Odom Chambers Gammel.

She is survived by her daughter-in-law, Opal Russell of Boydell; six grandchildren, Ricky Russell of Boydell, Gail Doyle and Becky Young of Dallas, TX, Cindy Allen of Little Rock, Rusty Brinkman of South Haven, MS, and Chuck Brinkman of Memphis, TN; thirteen great- grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Thursday, February 13, in the Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Larry Donaldson officiating. Burial followed services at the Dermott Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Winters, Mark Rice, Don Naron, Bill Sellers, David Clark and Bob DeFir. Memorials may be made to the Montrose Baptist Church, PO Box 275, Montrose, Arkansas 71658.

Rebecca Mae Smith

Rebecca Mae Smith, 57, of Little Rock died Sunday, February 7, 2003, at St. Vincent's Infirmary in Little Rock. A native of Wilmot, she had resided in Little Rock for the past 30 years. She was a former supervisor for Levi Strauss and was a member of Union Baptist Church of Wilmot.

Survivors include one son, Roderick Price of Little Rock; one brother, Willie Lee Smith of Crossett; and a host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jasper and Emma Wilson Smith; seven brothers, Jasper Jr., Earnest, Lee Henry, Limmie, Jessie, Oranga Lee and Johnny Smith; and two sisters, Ethel Johnson and Dora Brown.

Funeral services were held Friday, February 14, at 1 p.m. at Union Baptist Church in Wilmot with Rev. David Green officiating. Burial was at Warner Grove Cemetery under the direction of Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were Johnny Brown, Calvin Brown, Tommy Brown, Lee Edward Brown, Billy Ray Brown and Hosey Brown. Honorary pallbearers were deacons and trustees of Union Baptist Church.

Mr. D. L. Stephenson

Mr. D. L. Stephenson, 85, of Crossett died Friday, February 14, 2003, at the Beverly Health Care Center in Crossett. A native of Johnstown, TX, and a resident of Crossett for the past three years, he had previously lived in Fountain Hill since 1962. He retired from the Mississippi River Transmission Company's Fountain Hill pumping station in 1981 and was a member and deacon of the Eden Baptist Church and loved hunting, fishing and gardening. He was preceded in death by his parents, Herby and Minnie Mae Faulk Stephenson; two sisters and one brother.

Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Gladys Byers Stephenson of Crossett; three sons, Danny Stephenson of Bossier City, LA, and Jim and Ernie Stephenson of Crossett; one daughter, Peggy Walters of Crossett; a brother, Ernest Stephenson of Georgetown, AR; 14 grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Monday, February 17, in the Eden Baptist Church with Revs. Mike Titsworth and Travis Roberts officiating. Pallbearers were Fred Tutt, Jim Moffatt, Denzil and Daniel Stephenson, Jared Walters and Steve Bolin. Harbison Moffatt was an honorary pallbearer. Burial followed services at the Eden Cemetery with arrangements by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Memorials may be made to the Eden Baptist Church Building Fund, 3728 Highway 133, Hamburg, AR 71646.

Obituaries Published February 26

Mrs. Vera Mae Barham

Mrs. Vera Mae Nolley Barham, 93, of Greeley, Colorado, died Tuesday, February 18, 2003, at the Life Care Center in Greeley. A native of Hamburg, a resident of Greeley since 1991 and a former resident of Wilmot, she graduated from Hamburg High School, Arkansas State Teacher's College, now the University of Central Arkansas and the University of Arkansas at Monticello with a Bachelor of Science in Education. She taught the first grade in the Wilmot Public Schools for many years, and she was a member of the Retired Teacher's Association of Arkansas, the Bethel Baptist Church in Greeley and a former member of the Wilmot United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her son, Dr. Jerry Barham on February 15 of this year, her parents, James and Sallie Smith Nolley, three brothers, Roy, Guy and Fay Nolley and two sisters, Ada and Mary Lou Nolley.

She is survived by two sons, James A. (Jim) Barham of Little Rock and Jack Barham of Belle Glade Florida, one daughter, Pat Akers Pillert of Little Rock, ten grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m., Friday, February 21, in the JonesHartshorn Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Don Nolley officiating. Burial followed services at the Hamburg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ron Miller, Eddie and Stevie Hammon, Dr. Dewayne Haynes, Allen Chandler and Darrell Clifton. Memorials may be made to the Hamburg High School Honors Scholarship Program, 518 South Main Street, Hamburg, Arkansas 71646.

Janice Oxner Bearden

Janice Oxner Bearden, 49, of Crossett died Monday, February 17, 2003, at the Glenwood Regional Medical Center in West Monroe, LA. A homemaker, she was a member of the West Crossett Missionary Baptist Church. She was born in El Paso, TX, on July 25, 1953, the daughter of Owens and Mary Ellen Hardin Oxner.

Survivors include her husband, Michael Bearden of Crossett; her mother and father, Mary E. and Owens Oxner of Rondo; a brother, Jack Oxner of Rondo; and two sisters, Beck Fant of Grenada, MS, and Glenda Oxner of Jonesboro.

Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Thursday, February 20, in the Roller Citizens Funeral Home chapel in Marianna with Bros. Austin Hamilton and Steve Franklin officiating. Pallbearers were Jimmy and Adam Bearden, Richard Kelley, Matt Oxner, Jason Fant and Kevin Tribble. Burial followed services at the Marianna Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to a church of choice.

Patsy Beth Bell Bossieux

Mrs. Patsy Beth Bell Bossieux, 78, of Covington, LA, died, Tuesday, February 18, 2003, at the St. Tammany Parish Hospital in Covington. A native of Lake Village and a resident of Covington for the past 38 years, she was a selfemployed custom drape maker and interior designer and was the past president of the St. Tammany Art Association. She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles Edgar and Fannie Sue Barnes Bell.

She is survived by a son, Eric Alston Bossieux of Tokyo, Japan; two daughters, Cynthia S. Bossieux of Los Angeles, CA, and Caroline B. Waldrup of Covington, LA; four grandchildren, Hannah and Callie Waldrup, Priscilla Dean Naff Medina, and Tod Bain Naff and one great- grandson, Kyle Medina.

A grave-side service and burial of ashes will be 4 p.m., Sunday, March 2, at the Parkdale Cemetery with the Rev. Gerald Meyers officiating. Funeral arrangements are by JonesHartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Audubon Society or to the American Cancer Society.

Darrell Broadway

Darrell Broadway, 65, of Magnolia, formerly of Crossett, died Wednesday, February 19, 2003. Born January 1, 1938, in Bismark to Jesse and Flossie Goodman Broadway, he was a manager for Supermarket Investments in Magnolia and formerly managed stores in Crossett, Clinton, DeQueen, and Russellville, AR, and in Plain Dealing, LA. A Baptist and former Lions Club member, he enjoyed fishing. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Marcie Parker.

Survivors include his wife, Opal Broadway of Magnolia; one daughter, Beverly Arnold of Crossett; two sons, Mike Rabb of Camden and Brian Rabb of Hamburg; one brother, Marvin Broadway of Magnolia, TX; three sisters, Colleen Holmes of Garland, TX, Jo Hoke of Houston, TX, and Mary Ross of Avery, TX; and four grandchildren, Ben, Laney, Drew and Brad Rabb.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Saturday, February 22, in the Jones Funeral Home chapel in Crossett with Bro. Dan Webb officiating. Pallbearers were Al Upton, John Miller, A. J. Dabbs, Roger Burke, Charlie Lee, Winston Davidson, Pat Bearden and Kenny McGilton. Burial followed services at the Hamburg Cemetery.

Christine Langley Graves

Christine Langley Graves, 62, of Crossett died Monday, February 24, 2003, at her home. Born January 7, 1941, in Crossett to the late James Alymer and Edith Irene Lochala Langley, she was a member of the First United Pentecostal Church.

Survivors include her husband, Herman Graves of Crossett; two daughters, Sharon R. Miles of Crossett and Kimberly M. Manns of Tulsa, OK; two brothers, William Charles Langley of Houston, TX, and Donald D. Langley of Crossett; two sisters, Alma Jean Pinkston of Crossett and JoAnn Johnson of Jacksonville, FL; and six grandchildren.

Funeral services were planned for 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 26, in the First United Pentecostal Church with Rev. Harry Hickman officiating. Pallbearers were to be Dewayne Miles, George, Charles and Ricky Pruitt, Doyle Walton and Harold Swan. Honorary pallbearers were to be Jerry Daughtery, Donnie Swan and Doyle Sellers.

Burial was to follow services at the Pinewood Memorial Park, directed by Jones Funeral Home of Crossett. Visitation was planned for 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, February 25, at the funeral home.

Mr. Harry E. Moyer

Mr. Harry E. Moyer, 70, of Hamburg, died Tuesday, February 18, 2003, at his residence outside of Hamburg. A native of Portis, Kansas, a resident of Hamburg since 1986 and a former resident of Conroe, Texas, he retired from the United States Air Force in 1966 and was a member of the Promise Land Missionary Baptist Church. He was a Thirty-Second degree Mason, a member of the Randolph Masonic Lodge #1268 in Schertz, TX. and a member of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Houston, Texas. He was preceded in death by a son, Harry Everett Moyer, in 1986 and his father, Harry Edward Moyer.

He is survived by his wife, Peggy Starling Moyer of Hamburg; a son, Wesley Jones of Cleveland, TX., four daughters, Gina Deveny of Conroe, TX, Christine Fry of Oklahoma City, OK, Kathy Wells of Hamburg, and Nancy Herzog of Conroe, TX; his mother, Louise Clore of Pretty Prairie, KS, two brothers, John Moyer of Wichita, KS and Glen Moyer of Hutchinson, KS; three sisters, Margaret Godbet of Norton, KS, Marjorie Huff of Burlington, KS, and Debbie Lawrence of Pretty Prairie, KS; nineteen grandchildren, six great- grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Thursday, February 20, at the Promise Land Missionary Baptist Church. Burial followed services at the Promise Land Cemetery under the direction of Jones Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers are Tom Deveny, Butch Hill, Randy Rutledge, Aubrey Wells, Michael and Jeremy Rachal and Reggie Starling. Honorary pallbearers were members of the Hamburg Masonic Lodge.

Amanda Lynn White

Amanda Lynn White, 27, of Crossett died Tuesday, February 18, 2003, at Morehouse General Hospital in Bastrop, LA, following a lengthy illness. She was born October 24, 1975, in Crossett.

Survivors include one daughter, Autumn Renee White of Crossett; her parents, Barney and Tina Barrett White of Crossett; two sisters, Kelli White Caldwell of Crossett and Whitney White of Hopewell, VA; and her grandparents, William and Helen Barrett of Crossett.

Funeral services were held Thursday, February 20, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett with Jerry Stuckey and Donnie Dubose officiating. Burial was at Hickory Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jeremy Caldwell, Mark Vought, Brandon Price, Jacob Tankersley, Jamie Barrett and Jay Seach.

Obituaries Published March 5

Mr. Edward "Buck" Hart

Mr. Edward (Buck) Hart, 79, of Hamburg died Sunday, March 2, 2003, at his residence. A native of Crossett and a resident of Hamburg since 1947, he retired from the Georgia Pacific Paper Mill in 1986 and was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was preceded in death by his parents, Edwin and Maggie Doss Hart, and two brothers, Ellis and Ervin Hart.

He is survived by his wife of fifty-eight years, Ouida Hamilton Hart of Hamburg; a son, Gene Hart and wife Peggy of Fayetteville; a brother, Houston Hart of Hamburg; two sisters, Eva Ford of Crossett and Bertice Townsend of Bastrop, LA; and two grandchildren, Piper and Adam Hart.

Funeral services are at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 5, in the JonesHartshorn Funeral Home chapel in Hamburg with the Rev. John Ripley officiating. Burial will be in the Unity Cemetery. Pallbearers are to be Wayne Bryan, Raymond Roberts, Danny Thurman, John Sanderlin, Wayne Gates and Mitch White. Honorary pallbearers are to be Levi Clark, L.C. Sivils, Sterling Atkins and Willie Van Shelton. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 901 North University Ave. Little Rock, AR 72207.

Julian Evans Hogan Jr.

Julian Evans Hogan Jr., 75, of Hamburg died Sunday, March 2, 2003, at Oakwoods Home for the Elderly in Mer Rouge, LA. A native of Jones, LA, and a resident of the Extra community south of Hamburg since 1957, he was an U.S. Marine Corps veteran of World War II. He retired from International Paper Co. in Bastrop after 37 years of service and was a member of New Hope Baptist Church in Jones.

Survivors include his wife, Merle Kinnaird Hogan; one son, Fred Hogan and wife Beth of Hamburg; three brothers, Thurman Sylvester "Bud" Hogan of White Marsh, MD, Lon Boone Hogan of Crossett and Allan Crawford Hogan of Fountain Hill; three sisters, Frances Lavelle Streeter of Hamburg, Susan Grace Burchfield of Lake Village and Margaret Gayle Croswell of Marlow, OK; and two grandsons, Evan and Eric Hogan. He was preceded in death by his parents, Julian and Florence Boone Hogan; and one brother, Limuel Lamar "Babe" Hogan.

Funeral services were planned for Wednesday, March 5, at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg with Rev. Darrell Streeter and Rev. James Croswell officiating. Burial was to follow at Extra Cemetery.

Pallbearers were to be David, Charlie and Richard Hogan, Doyle, Tony and Randall Streeter, Bryan Cobb and Josh Croswell. Honorary pallbearers were to be Otis Bay, Ray Roberson, Frank Carroll, Tom Pete Mayo, W.L. Hopkins, Harold Sharpe, Bill Doles, Carl Hunter, Ed Johnson, Ragan Hunter and Jim Pollock.

Memorials may be made to Extra Cemetery, c/o Mrs. Katherine Dew, 2026 Ashley 25, Hamburg, AR 71646, or New Hope Baptist Church, c/o Mrs. E.B. Floyd, Jones, LA 71250.

Marlene Denise Smith

Marlene Denise Smith, 44, of Eudora died Sunday, February 23, 2003, at her residence. She was a homemaker and a Baptist.

Survivors include three sons, Chris Wilson and wife Amy of Huntsville, TX, Johnny Smith and wife Veronica Clark of Alexandria, LA and Jeff Smith and wife Tonya Carter of Hamburg; one daughter, Tobie Carter and husband Tim of Hamburg; father, Harry Gollrad of Huntsville; one brother, Kenneth Gollrad of Huntsville; and five grandchildren, Cody Carter, Eric Carter, Johnny Mack Smith III, Mechelle Smith and Hannah Smith.

Grave-side services were held Thursday, February 27, at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Eudora with Rev. Sanders Brooks officiating. Bishop Funeral Home of Eudora was in charge of arrangements.

Obituaries Published March 12

Haley Nicole Craft

Haley Nicole Craft, six weeks, of Crossett died Sunday, March 9, 2003, at the Dallas Children's Hospital in Dallas, TX. She was preceded in death by a brother, Jonathan Ray Craft, Jr.

Survivors are her parents, Jonathan Ray and Crystal Pepper Craft of Crossett; two brothers, Tony Pepper and Thomas Craft of Crossett; one sister, Selana Craft of Crossett; her paternal grandparents, Ronnie Craft of Redfield and Beth Duncan of Oak Grove, LA; her maternal grandparents, Tommy and Starr Boles of Crossett; her paternal great-grandmother, Wanda Jones of Hot Springs; and her maternal great-grandparents, Bobby and Doris Boles of Jonesboro, LA.

Funeral services were planned for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, in the Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church with Bro. Carlton White officiating. Pallbearers were to be Don Boles and Donnie Pennington. Burial will follow services at the Unity Cemetery, directed by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg. Visitation will be Tuesday, March 11, beginning at 4 p.m and on Wednesday, March 12, until the time for the funeral at the Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church.

Mrs. Jo Drake

Mrs. Josephine "Jo" D. Drake, 84, of Hamburg, died Tuesday, March 4, 2003, at her daughter's residence in Birmingham, Alabama. A native of Grand Lake and a resident of Hamburg for over fifty years, she was the postmaster at Grand Lake and Eudora for many years. She and her husband owned and operated the Hamburg Drug Company until 1978, and she was the manager of Selby's Department Store in Hamburg until her retirement in 1997. A member of the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Hamburg, she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert M. "Bob" Drake, in 1990; her parents, Alphonso and Guiseppina Dalfiume; her foster parents, Cesare and Eliza Landi; one sister and four brothers.

She is survived by her daughter, Melanie Jo Drake Wallace and husband Gene of Birmingham; one brother, O.B. (Bobby) Mazzanti of Lake Village; and three granddaughters, Amy Jo Wallace of Mobile, AL, Julianne Wallace of Baltimore, MD, and Landi Drake Wallace of Birmingham.

A funeral mass will be 10 a.m., Tuesday, March 11, at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Lake Village with Father Tim Dailey officiating. Burial will be in the St. Mary's Cemetery in Lake Village under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home, Hamburg. Pallbearers are to be Neal Woods, Ron Moore, Stan White, Louis Paul Dalfiume, Gary and Bart Mazzanti. Memorials may be made to the Holy Spirit Catholic Church or the Holy Cross Catholic Church, both at PO Box 1245, Crossett, AR 71635.

Ona Belle Pogue Ford

Ona Belle Pogue Ford, 85, of Hamburg died Sunday, March 9, 2003, at Ashley County Medical Center in Crossett. A native and lifelong resident of Ashley County and the Milo community outside of Hamburg, she was a homemaker and a member of Judson Missionary Baptist Church for 70 years.

Survivors include one daughter, Shirley Ray and husband Lonnie of Crossett; two sons, Jerry Ford and wife Shirley of Crossett and David Ford and wife Martha of Hamburg; 13 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Everett Ford; one son, Glenn Ford; her parents, Clayborn and Betty Ready Pogue; one grandson, Lonnie Glenn Ray; two granddaughters, Shelia and Shelby Heinbach; one brother and four sisters.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, March 12, at 11 a.m. at Judson Missionary Baptist Church with Revs. Roy Craig and Orville Clark officiating. Burial will be at Judson Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers are Chuck, Bill, Greg, Mike, Allen and John Ford, Tommy Woods and Jason Chancellor. Great-grandsons are honorary pallbearers. Memorials may be made to Judson Missionary Baptist Church, c/o Dennis Cox, 2512 Highway 425 North, Hamburg, AR 71646.

Mrs. Bernice Grimes

Mrs. Bernice Grimes, 84, of Portland died Saturday, March 8, 2003, at the Chicot Memorial Hospital in Lake Village. A native of Drew County and a resident of Portland for over 65 years, she was a homemaker and a member of the Portland Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank E. Grimes, Sr., in 1985; her parents, Jim and Rena Yeatman Jones; a granddaughter, Gina Grimes Smith, in 1992; two brothers and one sister.

Survivors include three sons, Frank E. Grimes, Jr., and wife Novyle of McGehee, Billy Grimes and wife Virginia of Portland and Danny R. Grimes and wife Bobbie of West Monroe, LA; two brothers, Clifford Jones of McGehee and Irvin Jones of Monticello; a sister, Louise Rooks of West Memphis; five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were planned for 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, in the Portland Baptist Church with Rev. Mark Harris officiating. Pallbearers were to be Bobby Sadler, Jerry Selby, Larry Tipps, Benton Newcome, Bud Botsford, Jim Young, Bobby Fisher and Scott Young. Burial was to follow services at the Portland Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Memorials may be made to the Portland Baptist church, P. O. Box 86, Portland, AR 71663.

Hazel P. Lea

Hazel P. Lea, 82, of Lubbock, Texas, died Wednesday, March 5, 2003. Born in Hamburg on Nov. 26, 1920, to Henry H. and Katherine Sue Laswell Pickering, she was preceded in death by her husband, James F. Lea Sr.; and her son, Robert Edward Lea; a sister, Marjorie Richardson; and a nephew, Mark Akers. Her family moved to Little Rock, Lockesburg, then Mabelvale after the end of World War II, and she lived there until August, 2001. After a debilitating illness, she moved to Lubbock to be near her son, James F. Lea Jr., and wife Patricia.

She is survived by James and Pat Lea; a daughter-in-law, Nancy Lea; and grandsons Michael and Robbie Lea; a grandson, James F. Lea III and wife Andrea; a granddaughter, Libby Smith and husband John Smith; two sisters, Ruth Lachowsky and Barbara Akers; a brother, David Pickering and wife Mary Lynn; three nieces, four nephews and two great-grandsons, Tristan and David Smith.

The funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Roller-Drummond Funeral Home Southwest Chapel (455-5800). Interment will be in Pinecrest Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the donor's choice.

Mrs. Edith Craig Meeks

Mrs. Edith Craig Meeks, 63, of Hamburg died Saturday, March 8, 2003, at her residence. A native of Ashley County and a lifelong resident of the Milo community outside of Hamburg, she was a homemaker and a member of the Mt. Pleasant Freewill Baptist Church in Milo. She was preceded in death by her parents, Doc and Birdie Pogue Craig.

She is survived by her husband, Jimmy Meeks; a son, James Meeks and wife Theresa; two daughters, Carol Burgess and husband Jim and Amy Walton and husband John, all of Hamburg; two brothers, Rev. Roy Craig and Doyle Craig; one sister, Doris Kelley, all of Crossett, and three grandchildren, Shannon, Jamie and Nicholas Meeks.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Monday, March 10, in the Mt. Pleasant Freewill Baptist Church in Milo with the Revs. Mark Elliot and Jeff King officiating. Burial followed services at the Egypt Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home, Hamburg. Pallbearers were nephews Bobby Rush, Johnny Richardson, Pete Meeks, Phillip Kelley and Steve and Johnny Craig. Honorary pallbearers were nephews Rueben and Rea gan Rush, Scotty Richardson, Shane, Shawn and Blake Meeks, Greg Kelly, Kevin, Keith and David Craig. Memorials may be made to Mt. Pleasant Freewill Baptist Church, 310 Ashley 95, Hamburg, AR 71646.

Obituraies Published March 19

Mrs. Inez Burchfield Harriman

Mrs. Inez Burchfield Harriman, 84, of Hamburg died Monday, March 10, 2003, at the Baptist Memorial Hospital of North Mississippi in Oxford. A native of Ashley County and a Hamburg resident of most of her life, she had lived in Oxford since 1998. She was the area director for the Arkansas Public Health Department until retiring in 1989, administrative assistant to former Ashley County Judge W. T. Higginbotham for many years, and a member of the First Baptist Church of Hamburg where she served as church pianist for over 30 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Morril Harriman, Sr., in 1996; her parents, C. I. Burchfield and Lula Burchfield McKinney; one brother and two sisters.

Survivors include her son, Morril Harriman, Jr., and wife Martha of Van Buren; her daughter, Lyna Jordan and husband Covin of Oxford, MS: and three grandchildren, Stephanie Jordan of Oxford, Brian Harriman of Naples, FL; and John Harriman of Van Buren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 13, in the First Baptist Church in Hamburg with Dr. Bobby Penningon and Rev. Klois Hargis officiating. Pallbearers were W. T. Higginbotham, Bull Wells, Gerald and Phillip Lauhon, Shelby Harrod, Brad Shiver and Greg Hogue. Burial followed services at the Hamburg Cemetery, directed by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church, P. O. Box 352, Hamburg, AR 71646.

Mrs. Robbie Cole Harris

Mrs. Robbie Cole Harris, 96, of Bastrop, LA, died Thursday, March 13, 2003, at her residence. A native of Ashley County and resident of Bastrop and Morehouse Parish for most of her life, she was a homemaker and a member of the Pentecostal Church in Jones, LA. She was preceded in death by her husband, Berry Harris, in 1978; four sons, Calvin, Lee, Hersey and James "Boogie" Harris; and her parents, William and Emma Rasberry Cole.

Survivors include four sons, Ernest, Pete and Royce Harris of Seminole, TX, and G. W. Harris of Bastrop; three daughters, Marie Moore, Jewel Ruth and Betty Sue Middlebrooks, all of Bastrop, 45 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 16, in the Pine Grove Church of God outside Beekman, LA, with Revs. Bobby O'Fallon and James Parker officiating. Grandsons were pallbearers. Burial followed services at the Mount Zion Cemetery with arrangements by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Memorials may be made to the Pine Grove Church of God, c/o Mrs. Mary Harris, 310 Middlebrooks Road, Bastrop, LA 71220.

Elsie Ruth Nichols

Elsie Ruth Nichols, 73, of Crossett died Monday, March 17, 2003, at her residence. She was born July 7, 1929, in Montezuma, N.M., to Thomas Calvin and Kerthel Mae Maddox Ansley. She was a computer operator and a member of Magnolia Baptist Church.

Survivors include her husband of 49 years, Alcie Nichols; two sons, Charles Roy Nichols of Lovelady, TX and Thomas Nichols of Sparks, NV; two daughters, Judy Snowden of Beaumont, TX, and Brenda Kirk of Crossett; 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by a son, Vernon Nichols; a grandson, Matthew Thomas Kirk; and a daughter, Carolyn Rocha.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 18, at 10 a.m. at Magnolia Baptist Church with Rev. Gene Thomas officiating. Burial was at Hickory Grove Cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett.

Carrie Slade

Carrie Slade, 87, of Lake Village, formerly of Montrose, died Sunday, March 9, 2003, at the Chicot Memorial Hospital in Lake Village. A native of Montrose who had lived in Lake Village for the past three years, she was a retired grocery store owner and a member of St. Peter Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Slade; her parents, Funnie and Florence Everett Harrison; one sister and three brothers.

Survivors include three sons, George Slade, Jr., McDavis and Billy Slade, all of Milwaukee, WI; four daughters, Marie and husband George Leazer of Milwaukee, Betty and husband George Ramsey of Racine, WI; and Florial and husband Arthur Wilson and Gwendolyn Franklin of Montrose; two sisters, Gladys Wimberly of Crossett and Dallas Bohannon of Milwaukee; 31 grandchildren, 50 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Friday, March 14, at the St. Peter Baptist Church with Rev. C. S. Spencer officiating. Grandsons were pallbearers. Burial followed services at the Springhill Cemetery with arrangements by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Mr. Fred C. Tucker

Mr. Fred C. Tucker, 90, of Hamburg died Sunday, March 16, 2003, at the Beverly Health Care Center in Hamburg. A native of Hamburg and a resident of the Promise Land community outside Hamburg for the past 60 years, he was a retired carpenter and a member of the Promise Land Missionary Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Douglas and Jessie Carnahan Tucker; three brothers, his twin brother Frank and Harry and John D. Tucker; and two sisters, Beatrice Tucker and Corene Yeatman.

Survivors include is wife of 71 years, Mildred Stell Tucker of Hamburg; one sister, Dorothy McCone of Hamburg; and many nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were planned for 11 a..m. Tuesday, March 18, in the Promise Land Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Kenny Williams officiating. Burial was to follow services at the Promise Land Cemetery, directed by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. Pallbearers were to be Mickey and Rusty McCone, Larry Smith, Emmitt Wallace, Gerald Lauhon and Steven Kelley.

Memorials may be made to the Promise Land Cemetery Association, c/o Mrs. JoAnn Sullivan, 318 Ashley Road 131, Hamburg, AR 71646 or to the Promise Land Missionary Baptist Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 30, Hamburg, AR 71646.

Mr. James "Son" Tumlison

Mr. James "Son" Tumlison, 85, of Mabelvale died Friday, March 14, 2003, at his residence in the Sardis community outside Mabelvale. A native of St. Louis, MO, and a resident of the Sardis community for the last 16 years and a former resident of Hamburg, he was a quality control inspector for NASA until retiring in 1973. He was a member of the Sardis United Methodist Church in Bauxite, a World War II veteran of the U. S. Army Air Corps, and an avid golfer and square dancer and loved to go camping. He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Emma Vieth Tumlison, and a sister.

Survivors include his wife of 23 years, Mamie Lee Barfield Tumlison of Mabelvale; two sons, Ed Tumlinson of Montgomery, AL, and John Tumlison of Pensacola, FL; four stepsons, Pat Diamond of Dallas, TX, Bobby Diamond of Killeen, TX, David Diamond of Baton Rouge, LA, and Steve Diamond of Fort Worth, TX; two brothers, Alfred "Dude" Tumlison of Hamburg and James "Jim" Tumlison of Clinton; two sisters, Mildred Pamplin of Portland and Nellie High of Biloxi, MS; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday, March 17, in the Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home chapel in Hamburg with Rev. Jeff Jones officiating. Pallbearers were Steve and David Diamond, Eddie Mills, Gary and James Tumlison and Doyle Sivils. Burial followed services at the Pinewood Memorial Park.

Memorials may be made to the Sardis United Methodist Church, 10801 West Sardis Road, Bauxite, AR 72011 or to the American Cancer Society, 901 North University Ave., Little Rock, AR 72207.

Patti Watson

Patti Watson, 42, of Brandon, MS, died Sunday, March 16, 2003, at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, MS. Memorial services are scheduled for Wednesday, March 19, at Crossgates Methodist Church in Brandon with Rev. James Twiner officiating. Ott and Lee Funeral Home of Brandon is in charge of arrangements.

A native of Little Rock and a long-time resident of Rankin County, MS, she was a member of Crossgates United Methodist Church, a graduate of the University of Arkansas-Little Rock with a degree in accounting and a Certified Public Accountant. She previously worked at Ridgway Management for 13 years and later became a business partner with her husband, Norm, at Sign-A-Rama in Brandon. She was a member of Crossgates Exchange Club.

Survivors include her husband, Norm Watson; one daughter, Sara Starr Watson; two sons, Alan Castner Watson and Ryan Reed Watson; her parents, Bill and Gloria Evans of Little Rock; three brothers, Gary, Jon and Earl Evans, all of Little Rock; and father- and mother-in-law, Norman T. Watson and Edith Watson of Little Rock. She was preceded in death by her mother-in-law, Sue Watson. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, Mississippi Division, 1380 Livingston Lane, Jackson, MS 39213.

Obituaries Published March 26

Leon Bell Jr.

Leon "Peter Dick" Bell Jr., 77, of Crossett, formerly of Hamburg, died Friday, March 14, 2003, at Ashley County Medical Center. A native of Wilmot but was a resident of Crossett for the past two years, he was a retired timber worker.

Survivors include two sisters, Amelia Bell of Dermott and Fannie Bell Black of Chicago, IL.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Leon and Miriah Dabbs Bell; one sister, Selma Bell Nune; and four brothers, John Thomas, Eddie and Arthur Bell and Robert Woodley.

Grave side services were held Monday, March 24, at 11 a.m. at Johnson Memorial Cemetery with Bishop D.C. Mays officiating. Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg was in charge of arrangements.

Walter Lee "Joe" Bonner

Walter Lee "Joe" Bonner, 73, of Montrose died Tuesday, March 18, 2003, at the Leisure Lodge nursing home in Monticello. A native of Portland and a resident of Montrose for the past eight years, he was a retired farm laborer and a member of the New Light Baptist Church in Portland. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Dorothy Marie Bonner; his parents, Charlie and Mary Robinson Bonner; four brothers, Eugene, Charlie, Jr., Marshall and Noyd Bonner and one sister, Dorothy Mae Bonner.

Survivors include three sons, Milton Bonner of Montrose, Alfred "Choo-Choo" Bonner of Portland and Dwight Wayne Bonner of Los Angeles, CA; one stepson, James Melvin Mitchell of Long Beach, CA; four daughters, Evang. Queenie Bonner of Richmond, CA, Mary Bonner Barnes of Montrose, Charlie Mae Bonner of Chicago, IL, and Lori Ann Bonner of San Leandro, CA; one brother, Thurman T. Brown of Montrose; one sister, Lula Mae Bonner of Chicago, IL; one aunt, Viola Bonner of Dermott; eleven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 23, in the New Light Baptist Church with Rev. Eugene Mitchell officiating. Pallbearers were Arthur Wilson, Robert Brown, Jr., Ezekiel Hawkins, Charlie Kennedy, Charles Bynum and William C. Woods. Honorary pallbearers were Melvin Spencer, Clevelon Barnes, Jr., Corey Clark, Milton Bonner, Larry Robinson and Willie Reed. Burial followed services at the St. Peter Cemetery, directed by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Mr. A. P. Burch, Sr.

Mr. A. P. Burch, Sr., 83, of Warren died Saturday, March 22, 2003, at his residence. A native of Fountain Hill and a Warren resident since 1956, he was a retired farmer and an U. S. Army veteran of World War II. He was preceded in death by his wife, Katherine Burch; a daughter, Joann Baggett; his parents, Levie and Georgia Thomas Burch; and a grandson, Paul Anthony Burch.

Survivors include five sons, Donnie Charles Burch of Warren, Jerry Wayne Burch of Grady, Grady Lee Burch, A. P. Burch, Jr., and Ronald Burch; a daughter, Judy Pat Burch, all of Warren; two sisters, Elizabeth White and Mildrene Scarbrough, both of Warren; and 19 grandchildren.

A private burial was held Sunday, March 24, at the Deal Cemetery with arrangements by Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Emily Foster Byers

Emily Foster Byers, 59, of Orlando, FL, formerly of Ashley County, died March 30, 2003. She was preceded in death by her husband, Wayne Byers; father, John Foster; and one brother, Charles "Buddy" Foster.

Survivors include one son, Mark Byers of Orlando; one grandson, Lee Allen Byers of Orlando; mother, Francis Foster of Tampa, FL; three sisters, Mary Foster Dukes of Lake Providence, LA, Shirley Foster McKenzey of Tampa and Ann Foster Bing of Lake Village; four nieces and two nephews.

A private family grave side service was held Tuesday, March 25, at Garden of Memories Cemetery in Tampa.

Mrs. Peggy Jo Carpenter

Mrs. Peggy Jo Carpenter, 65, of Crossett, died Sunday, March 23, 2003, at her residence in Crossett. A native of Lake Village, a resident of Crossett since 1955 and a former resident of Montrose, she was a homemaker and a member of the North Crossett Freewill Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Peggy Cunningham Wetzler.

She is survived by her loving husband, Walter Carpenter; three children, George W. Carpenter and wife Jenna of Ruston, LA, Pamela J. Cravens and husband Frank of Bastrop, LA and Richard A. Carpenter and wife Maria of White Hall; a brother, Fred Wetzler of Pine Bluff; a sister, Mary Jane Fleming of Sherwood; seven grandchildren, Heather and Stephanie Cravens, Trey, Emma, Michael, Rachel and Seth Carpenter and many loving friends and family.

Grave-side services were planned for 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 25, at the Portland Cemetery with the Revs. Steve Fleming and Gene Collum officiating.

Memorials may be made to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1905. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Myrtle Maxwell Forrest

Myrtle Maxwell Forrest, 95, of Crossett died Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at her residence. Born May 10, 1907, to Buford Wallace and Fannie Sue Stinson Maxwell, she was a member of Waller's Chapel Methodist Church.

Survivors include five sons, James W. Smith, Lester F. Forrest, Willard K. Forrest and wife Debbie, Ronna D. Forrest and wife Shirley, and Woodrow W. Forrest and wife Judy, all of Crossett; three daughters, Amaryllis F. Chunn and husband Billy of Mer Rouge, LA, Mary Sue Ferguson and husband Harry, of Crossett and Donna Coronado and husband John of Chatham, LA; one step-daughter, Marjorie Olson of Redding, CA; two brothers, Lester O. Maxwell of St. Francisville, LA and James D. Maxwell of Crossett; one sister, Sue Miller of Crossett; 17 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray B. Forrest; a daughter-in-law, Mary Blanche Smith; one son, Ranzy Wallace Forrest; and five brothers.

Funeral services were held Saturday, March 22, at 2 p.m. at Waller's Chapel Methodist Church with Revs. Harold Spillers, Carlton White and Brad Elrod officiating. Burial was at Carlock Cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett. Pallbearers were Matthew Lochala, Matt Brooks, Steve Thomas, Heath Eppinette, Jason Hendry and Keith Boseman. Honorary pallbearers were grandchildren.

Rev. Ralph Franklin Gray, Sr.

Rev. Ralph Franklin Gray, Sr., 66, of Eudora died Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at his home. A native of Ashley County and a Eudora resident for the past four years, he was a retired truck driver, a minister and member and associate pastor of the Hope Freewill Baptist Church in Hamburg. He was a former pastor of the Calvary Freewill Baptist Church in Eudora and the Pleasant Lane Baptist Church in Crossett. He was preceded in death by his parents, John Franklin and Mattie Elizabeth Streeter Gray; one grandson, Neal Anthony Gray; and three sisters, Nell Slaughter, Dianne McCauley and Rita Faye Gray.

Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Juaniece Gray; five sons, James Thomas and wife Connie Gray of Phoenix, AZ, Frank Allen and wife Jeanette Gray of Crossett, Roger Gray of El Dorado, Dale Roberts of Lead Hill and Ralph and wife Tina Gray, Jr., of Branson, MO; three daughters, Beverly and husband James Kellebrew of Crossett, Phyllis Marie and husband David Hunt of Strong and Christie and husband Joel Tindall of Omaha, AR; one brother, Doyle and wife Nancy Gray of Crossett; five sisters, Ruby and husband Harley Thomason of Belfonte, AR, Betty Slaughter of Bastrop, LA, Sarah Rushing of Houston, AR, Joyce Smith of Kansas City, KS, and Jody and husband Joe Kelley of Mountain Pine; 20 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Friday, March 21, in the Pleasant Lane Baptist Church with Bros. Ray Mills and Owen Jones officiating. Pallbearers were Carl Gray, Kirk Gray, Jessie Morgan, Clarence Morris, Paul Morris and Dewitt Kuffner. Honorary pallbearers were Bobby Streeter, Ralph Hunter, R. C. Thomas and Johnny Bradford. Burial followed services at the Hickory Grove Cemetery, directed by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Marie Pruitt Jeffers

Marie Pruitt Jeffers, 74, of Hamburg died Tuesday, March 18, 2003. at North Monroe Hospital in Monroe, LA. She was a native and lifelong resident of Hamburg, a homemaker and a member of Martinville Baptist Church and the Margaret Chapter 151 Order of the Eastern Star.

Survivors include four sons, Leon Jeffers of Conway, Melvin Jeffers and wife Lora of Cabot, Donald Jeffers and wife Shirley and Jerry Jeffers and wife Barbara, all of Hamburg; two daughters, Lois Martin and husband John H. of Hamburg and Darlene Paccio and husband Don of Johnsville; three brothers, Curt Pruitt of El Dorado, Herman Pruitt of Crossett and James Pruitt of Winnfield, LA; one sister, Christine Doss of Winnfield; 13 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Melvin L. Jeffers; her parents, Clarence and Bertha Mae Carter Pruitt; one grandson, Matthew Jeffers; two brothers, Winford and Donnie Pruitt; and three sisters, Mary McNiece, Beulah Shockley and Lela Jordan.

Funeral services were held Thursday, March 20, at Church of the Redeemer with Revs. David Akers, Jerry Grant and Jerry Carter officiating. Burial was at Flat Creek Cemetery under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Pallbearers were John John and Kevin Martin, Jared and Britt Jeffers, Bobby Williams, Tracy Graham, Mitch Wardlaw and Justin Burt. Honorary pallbearers were Paul Webb, Stan Keeley, Paul and Harold Pruitt and Robby Carter. Memorials may be made to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1905.

Bill F. Jordan

Bill F. Jordan, 73, of Crossett died Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at his residence. Born July 12, 1929, to Green Berry and Inez Marie Courson Jordan in Crossett, he was a member of Magnolia Baptist Church and was the owner of Jordan Inc.

Survivors include his wife, Geraldine Jordan; one son, Gary Wayne Jordan and wife Amanda Lynn of West Monroe, LA; three daughters, Billie Fran Watt and husband Billy Mack and Sherry Lane Jordan, of Crossett, and Clatie Jean Houston and husband William Glen of Atlanta, GA; one brother, Ollie Lee Jordan of Baton Rouge, LA; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Saturday, March 22, at 10 a.m. at Magnolia Baptist Church with Rev. Gene Thomas and Rev. Lane officiating. Burial was at Egypt Cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett. Pallbearers were Jackee Jordan, Timmy Jordan, Wayne Jordan, Charles Jordan, William Barrett and Keith Glover.

Harvey Ray "Red" Kelley

Harvey Ray "Red" Kelley, 80, of Bellaire died Monday, March 17, 2003. Born April 17, 1922, in Chicot County to the late Leslie Littleton and Cepa Ellis Kelley, he worked 38 years for Missouri-Pacific Railroad, retiring as a signalman. He was a Mason for 50 years at the McGehee Lodge, a member of Portland Eastern Star, former deacon at Westside Baptist Church in Little Rock and a member of Bellaire Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Mary Beth Kersten Kelley; one daughter, Tena Bolin of Little Rock; one step-son, Danny Stevens of Perryville; one step-daughter, Sherry Sinclair of Little Rock; one brother, Floyd Kelley of Portland; one sister, Marguerite Groves of Warren; one grandchild, Reese Kelley Bolin of Little Rock; four step-grandchildren and seven step-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 19, at 2 p.m. at Bellaire Baptist Church with Rev. Ricky Burke and Rev. Jody Gannaway officiating. Burial was at Dermott Cemetery under the direction of Griffin Funeral Service of Dermott. Pallbearers were Jimmy Duncan, Ricky Golden, Carlton "Buddy" Lawrence, H.T. Cunningham, Ben Lawrence Jr. and Bill Kersten.

Memorials may be made to Bellaire Building Fund, 2596 Highway 65 North, Dermott, AR 71638.

Jacob Ryan Lochala

Jacob Ryan Lochala, the two months old son of Justin Lochala and Krystal Tucker of Crossett, died Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at the Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock.

Survivors, in addition to the parents, are his paternal grandmother, Staci Maxwell of Crossett; his maternal grandmother, Dorothy Tucker of Crossett; and his paternal great-grandparents, Linda and Melvin Maxwell of Crossett and Raymond and Marcel Lochala of Crossett. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Michael Allen Lochala; his maternal grandfather, Larry Tucker; and his maternal great-grandparents, Rich Williams and Lottie Tucker.

Grave-side services were at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 22, at the Pinewood Memorial Cemetery with Eld. Willie Jones officiating. Arrangements were by Cromwell Funeral Home of Hamburg.

Helen Elizabeth Stratton

Helen Elizabeth Stratton, 80, of Crossett died Friday, March 21, 2003. Born September 21, 1922, in Crossett to John Henry and Estelle Carter Stephens, she became a member of First United Methodist Church of Crossett in 1939. She began work as a secretary for the Crossett Lumber Co. and retired from Georgia-Pacific Corp. During that time, she also worked at the Crossett Health. She was an accomplished seamstress.

Survivors include one son, John Stratton of Indianola, MS; one daughter, Stella Dannheim of Hattiesburg, MS; one sister, Hazel Parkhill of Crossett; seven grandchildren, John Stratton II, Charisse Oberle, Carrie Johnson, Ryan Strebeck, Ashley Renee Edens, Amanda Nicole Dannheim and Carl Dannheim; and five great-grandchildren, Malon Stratton, Carson Scott Edens, Lena Marie Johnson, Reeves Stratton and Anna Clarie Strebeck.

Funeral services were held Sunday, March 23, at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church of Crossett with Rev. Bill Williams officiating. Burial was at Lakewood Cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Crossett. Pallbearers were Buddy Stephens, Bobby Green, John Yauger, M.C. Cobb, Donald Wayne Oaks and Robert Carpenter.

Jenibe G. Westbrook

Funeral services for Jenibe G. Westbrook, 80, of Monroe, LA, were held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 19, at the Kilpatrick Funeral Home chapel in Monroe with Rev. Terry Love officiating. Burial followed services at the Extra Methodist Church Cemetery near Hamburg.

Miss Wesbrook retired from the State Farm Insurance Company and was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Monroe and the Anna Gray Noe Sunday School Class where she was the former class secretary and had taught children's Sunday School for over 20 years. She was a member of the U. M. W. Circle #1 and the Chief Tusquahoma chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in West Monroe where she served as regent from 1983 to 1986 and was a past president of the Career Club of the Y. W. C. A.

Survivors include two nieces, Annette Westbrook of Haughton and Mary Ella Strelchua of Washington; six nephews, Carroll Gene Westbrook of Lafayette, Larry Carroll of Oak Grove, Vernon Carroll of Bastrop, Stewart Carroll of Monroe, Kelvin Feather of Sisterville, WV, and Chuck Westbrook of Stafford, TX, and numbers nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Arnold Braddock, Don Kiper, Bruce Fuller, Stephen Carroll, David Carroll and Everett Zeagler.

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