Enterprise-Courier from Charleston, Missouri (2024)

Lorene R. Jones services held Funeral services for Lorene R. Jones, 68, were held Thursday, November 2, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. at the McMikle Funeral Home in Charleston with J.S. Kimbro, pastor of the Harvest Time Apostolic Church in East Prairie officiating.

Burial followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery near Charleston. Mrs. Jones was a resident of East Prairie, formerly of Charleston. She died at 7:25 p.m. Monday, October 30, 2000, at the Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston.

She was born May 8, 1932 in Aquilla, to the late Robert Owens Calvin McDowell and Mary Ethel Henson McDowell. She had lived in East Prairie since 1989 where she was a member of the Harvest Time Apostolic Church. On September 13, 1973 she married Arnold Jones who survives of the home. Also surviving are one son, Daniel Bailey of Oak Ridge, N.C.; one daughter, Kathy Kerley of Golconda, IL; one brother, Paul Eugene McDowell of Galion, OH; three sisters, Willia Dean Link of Aquilla, Delphia Ivy of Woodlawn, IL and Clorene Glass of Dexter; also eight grandchildren. Pallbearers were: Hal Reynolds, Daniel Lafferty, Justin Lafferty, Tommy Brewer, Michael Brewer, Michael Nelson and Joe Schockley.

Graveside services for Birtha Miller Graveside services for Birtha Miller, 90, were held Wednesday, November 8, 2000 at 11 a.m. at the Dogwood Cemetery with Bro. Larry Smith, pastor of the First Church of God in East Prairie, officiating. The Shelby Funeral Home of East Prairie is in charge of arrangements. Mrs.

Miller was a resident of Waterproof, LA, formerly of Mississippi County. She died Sunday, November 5 at her home in Waterproof. She was born February 12, 1910 in Hickman County, KY daughter of the late James and Jannie Tinsley Johnson. She was a member of the Church News First Church of God in Ferriday, LA. In February of 1930 she was married to Jimmie Miller who survives of the home.

Two sons, Neadian and Hollis Miller both preceded her in death. Other survivors besides her husband include, four sons, Raymond Miller and M.L. Miller of Waterproof and George and Sam Pete Miller of East Prairie; three daughters, Betty Sure Wilson Jackson, and MS Mary and Patty Ruth Lou Carpen- Van Deven of St. Joseph, LA and one sister Violet Wallace of Anniston, by 19 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren and 12 great great grandchildren. Revival services to be held Revival services with Reverend Pete Vecchi, evangelist from New Lebanon, OH, are scheduled to be held at Charleston Church of the Nazarene on Sunday, November 12th at 10:40 a.m.

and 6 p.m., and on Monday, November 13th through Wednesday, October 15th at 7 p.m. The church is located at 715 South Thorn Street in Charleston. Reverend Vecchi, an ordained minister serving as a registered evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene, entered the full-time evangelical ministry in September, 1993. He has made several appearances on Christian television, and has shared the Gospel in numerous churches throughout the United States. Reverend Vecchi has recorded an album of Christian music entitled At Hand.

selections from which can be heard on Christian Radio station WFCJFM 93.7 which broadcasts to southwest Ohio, east-central Indiana, and northern Kentucky, and which can also be heard on the world-wide web at www.wfcj.com. Reverend Vecchi has also sung the National Anthem prior to games of the East Coast Hockey League's Dayton Bombers on numerous occasions, and prior to Card of Thanks games of the Class AAA International Baseball League's Columbus Clippers and Class A Midwest Baseball League's Beloit Snappers. In February, 1995, Reverend Vecchi served as a minister to the people of Russia for the second time when he joined Christian author Josh McDowell and over 400 other American missionaries in distributing vitamins, school supplies, and Christian literature to more than 42.000 Russian schoolchildren. In addition, the group distributed over 8000 "hunger These boxes contained three month supplies of flour and powdered milk, and were distributed to orphanages and depressed areas of Moscow. Reverend Vecchi previously served as a missionary to Russia with Josh McDowell in August, 1993.

The public is invited to the services at Charleston Church of the Nazarene. For further information, please call the church at (573) 683- 4908 or 683-6377. To schedule Reverend Pete Vecchi to share with your church or group, or for more information about his ministry or album, please contact him at (973) 687-3764. Kelly Middle School releases Jackson honor roll Mothershead, Lisa Travis, Aylcia Schwartzkopf. 7th grade: Brandon Leigh Ann Buchheit, Caleb Daughhetee, Jordan Felter, Nissa Hamm, Rhandy Myers, Caitlin Powell, Stephen Strobel.

6th grade: Andrea Burford, Rachel Burnett, Zachary Culver, Kylie De Witt, Lauren Gean, Brandon Gregory, Cassie Jackson, Kyle Morrow, Summer Proctor, Emily Strobel, Dallas Tew. First Quarter Honor Roll 8th grade: Nathan Bollinger, Chelsey Briggs, Nick Burger, Tiffany Byrd, Ashley Carter, Kerri Coffee, Michelle Collins, DJ Ervin, Mary Beth Goad, Natasha Hampton, Stephanie Hency, Blake Hooper, Brandon Johnson, Rachel Kline, Bobbie Mayhall, Eric Rapert, Dustin Robinson, Tasha Schwartz, Amanda Slayden, Samantha Slayton, Chevy Slusher, Desert Wells, Danny Wilson, Kaleigh Wood, Erica Wilson. 7th grade: Casey Alberson, Michael Arnold, Andrew Cowger, Chris Crook, Laura Dismuke, Lance Fisher, Courtney Glastetter, Rachelle Godfrey, Brooke Hopper, Lauren Hornburg, Jordy Howell, Hunter Johnson, Nolan Lewer, Tiffany Long, Audrey Martinez, Jayme Montgomery, Patricia Quillman, Kristen Shankle, Tara Wimberly. 6th grade: Spencer Ayers, Samantha Barber, Kathryn Deason, Brittany Ditto, Shawnda Ethridge, Zachary Hamm, Zachary Harris, Heather Lawson, Jeremy Lynn, Jennifer McDonnough, Ashley Nall, Shawn Reynolds, Hannah Rolwing, Beth Schwartzkopf, Tyler Thurman, Davina Watson, Nikki Weiny. First Quarter A Honor Roll 8th grade: Kyle Gray, Clay GET YOUR MAN WITH A Want Ad THE ENTERPRISE-COURIER Thursday, November 9, 2000 Charleston, Missouri Page 7 Mississippi County Bowling Center results Services held for Mrs.

Malrose May Funeral services for Mrs. Malrose Brayboy May, 97, were held Tuesday, November 7, 2000 at 1:00 p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church, with Rev. Levan Brayboy, officiating. Burial followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery near Charleston with Sparks Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. May was a resident of Charleston. She died November 2 at the Sikeston Health Center. She was born October 9, 1903 in Aiken South Carolina to the late George and Ida Brayboy and had lived in Charleston for a number of years. She was reared in rural Holly Grove, Arkansas.

She came to Charleston in March of 1944 where she was united in marriage to Daniel May in 1944, who preceded her in death in July 1948. Three sisters and five brothers also preceded her in death. Mrs. May was converted at the age of thirteen and united with the Bethelham Baptist Church in Holly Grove, Arkansas. In 1948 she united with Mercy Seat Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev.

Murray. She is survived by many nieces and nephews. Services held for Pauline Hinton Funeral services for Pauline Hinton, 71, were held Monday, November 6, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. at the McMikle Funeral Home in Charleston with Rev. Jon Archie, pastor of Elm Street Baptist Church, officiating.

Burial followed in the 1.0.0.F. Cemetery, Mrs. Hinton was a resident of Charleston. She died Friday, November 3 at 9:30 a.m. near Charleston.

She was born November 11, 1928 in St. Louis to Louis William and Lura May Hughes Achter. She had lived in Mississippi County most ofher life where she was employed with the Brown Shoe Company and owned and operated Pauline's Beauty Shop until her retirement in 1967. She was a member of the Elm Street Baptist Church. On November 23, 1946, she married J.W.

Hinton who survives of the home. In addition to her parents, one brother, one sister and one half brother preceded her in death. Also surviving are one son and daughter-in-law, Dan and Mary Jane Hinton of Sikeston; two brothers, Jack Achter of Matthews and Les Achter of the State of Florida; one half sister, Dorothy Telker of Charleston; two granddaughters, Jayna Plant of Ft. Campbell, KY and Heather Clinton of Sikeston; also four great grandchildren. Pallbearers were: Johnny Chronister, Chester Hopper, George Cogdill, Harold Haley, Bob Meeks and Shawn Clinton.

Virginia Gaines services held Funeral services for Virginia Marie Williams Gaines, 77, were held Wednesday, November 8,2000 at 11 a.m. at the McMikle Funeral Home in Charleston with Rev. Dean Wallace, pastor of the Wyatt Baptist Church officiating. Burial followed in the 1.0.0.F. Cemetery near Charleston.

Mrs. Gaines was a resident of Wyatt. She died at 10:17 a.m. Monday, November 6 at the St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau.

She was born September 6, 1923 at Hayti to the late Robert "Bob" and Ora Lou Richardson Dotson. She had lived in Mississippi County most of her life and was a member of the Wyatt Baptist Church. On January 9, 1957 she married Eli Gilford Williams who preceded her in death July 10, 1985. Surviving are: one stepson, James G. "Sonny" Williams of Benton; one brother, J.C.

Dotson of Hendersonville, NV. Pallbearers were: Lowell Nally, Richard Hutcheson, Glenn Hillhouse, Tim Williams, Richard Conn, Mitch Pullen and Charlie Baugh. Jane Thompson Rosenberg services held Funeral services for Jane Thompson Rosenberg, 81, were held Friday, November 3, 2000 at 11 a.m. at the Shiloh United Church of Christ, Dayton, Ohio with Rev. Carl Robinson, officiating.

Entombment Woodland Mausoleum. Mrs. Rosenberg was a resident of Englewood, OH. She died Tuesday, October 31,2000. She was the daughter of Julian and Ruth Rowe Thompson of Charleston.

She was a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. She was a teacher and professional Coordinator of Volunteer Services (Dayton Public Schools). Among her many community and charitable activities: Long-time member and former president of the Church Council of Shiloh Church (UCC); Honorary Life Member ofthe American Association of University Women (AAUW) and president of the Dayton Branch (1990-1992); President and fifty-year member of the Shiloh Springs Garden Club; Former member of the Board of Directors of the Parish Resource Center of Dayton; former member of the Voluntary Way of Dayton; Member of the Dayton Art Institute; member of advisory committees for Ohio State and Wright State Universities, the University of Dayton and Sinclair Community College. She was preceded in death by her husband Dr. Leo Rosenberg in 1973.

She is survived by her daughter Susan and husband Michael and their children Elizabeth Jane and Diana Bookwalter of Columbus, OH; daughter Sara Rosenberg of Texas; son David: and wife Patricia and their daugther Emily Rosenberg; son Alan and wife Gail and their daughters Molly and Erica Rosenberg of CA and a sister Dorothy Wagner of Dayton. She is also survived by numerous cousins and friends from Charleston and Sikeston, among whom are Marion and Paula Waggener, Miss Louise Marshall, Ed Marshall of Charleston and Burt Rowe of Sikeston. Contributions may be made to the AAUW Education Fund (937-277- 6216) or to the Wegerzyn Gardens, 1301 E. Siebenthaler, Dayton, OH 45414. Action Center Council of the United Ronald Miller services held Funeral services for Ronald Miller, 42, were held Saturday, November 4, 2000 at 12 noon at the Sparks Funeral Home with Rev.

Wiley Reed, officiating. Burial followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Charleston. Mr. Miller was a resident of Bloomington, IL. He died Thursday, October 26, 2000 at the Roseland Community Hospital in Chicago.

He was born August 15, 1958 in Charleston to the late Herbert and Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank everyone that helped in anyway during the loss of our loved one. Especially the ones that helped find Katie Starks Miller. He was raised in Chicago and finished high school there. He is survived by three daughters, Luwanica Miller, Renee Miller and April Miller all of Bloomington; one son, Ronald Miller Jr of Bloomington; three brothers, Donald Miller of Bloomington, Gregory Miller of Charleston and Herbert Miller Jr of Kansas City, MO; two sisters, Gianetta White of Louisville, KY and Karla Clay of Lithonia, GA. her, and the ones that helped her children.

Your help has been greatly appreciated. Sandra Jackson Family JOHN W. BELL MONUMENT WORKS 3615 Sycamore Cairo, Call 618-734-0456 For Fiqae Estimate or Appointment. George M. Bell Shirley M.

Bell Monday Night Ladies Coon Insurance took all 7 points from Terry's Fuel Service; Discount Pharmacy took all 7 points from Wash Tyme; Gates took all 7 points from Tru Valu IGA; Freight Transportation 5 points, Kathy's Hometown Deli 2 points; Alan Wire 4.5 points, Galemore Motors 2.5 points. High Rollers: Marlyn Hasty 615, 254; Rita Bays Dana Byassee 566, 202; Kathy French 541, 203; Gloria Triplett 534.207; Sarah McClain 528; Sandra Smoot 521; Jean Thomas 520; Dianne Carden 515; Clara Armstrong 510. Tuesday Night Men's Hogan's Farm Supply 5 points, Stark's Body Shop 2 points; Farmer's Insurance 5 points, Barnett's Htg Plbg 2 points; Auto Tire Parts 5 points, Miss. Co. Bowling Ctr 2 points.

High Rollers: Donnie McDowell 639,230, 215; David Turner 617,226, 205; Jeremy Hunt 615, 222, 204; Terry Wheatley 613, 214, 202; Keith Horne Jr. 609,220, 215; Tim Newell 600, 224: Donnie Nelson 598, 214, 209; Jim Chandler 584, 204; Brandon Thompson 575, 200; Robbie Marshall 574, 216,200. Wednesday Night Ladies Bluebird Forms took all 7 points from Medlin Equipment; Terri K's Florist took all 7 points from Bud Light Girls; Gates 5 points, Miss. Co. Bowling Ctr 2 points; Miss.

Co. Girls 5 points, Express 2 points. High Rollers: Marilyn Hasty 565; Dianne Carden 525. Thursday Night Men's Farmers Insurance took all 7 points from Miss Fits: Starks Body Shop 7 points, bye; Levill Pest Control Wild Cards to make up later. High Rollers: David Turner, 678.

249, 229, 200; Calvin Wilmurth 618. Donnie McDowell Lary Bowles 581. Missourians Should Have Ample Access to Flu Vaccine This Year The Missouri Department of Health, local public health agencies, and private health care providers are working together to ensure that all Missourians who need influenza vaccine will receive it for the 2000- 2001 season. "People who are at high risk of complications from influenza and all health care workers should get the vaccine first," according to Maureen Dempsey, M.D., director of the Missouri Department of Health. "We recommend they should receive their immunizations during regular visits to their physicians from midOctober through mid-November." "Local public health departments should receive adequate supplies of vaccine in November.

The flu season usually begins its major activity in early December, 50 people a at high risk, as well as health care workers. will have time to get their shots and be protected." Dempsey said. Dempsey emphasized there are other important measures that people can take to ensure their health over the coming winter. She noted that people can help protect themselves from illness by using common sense about handwashing, covering their mouths and noses when coughing or sneezing, eating sensibly, and getting enough rest. In addition, "Anyone who is at high risk for complications from influenza should consider getting an immunization for pneumococcal disease, a serious possible complication from influenza," says Dempsey.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Kelly High School quarter honor rolls Kelly High School A Honor Roll Seniors: Megan Beggs, Sarah Butler, Andrew Canter, Christina Emerine, Adam Haines, Keisha Hamm, Wesley Hamm, Brooks Heuring, Jon Heuring, Nicole Kern, Amber Laster, Nancy Lewer, Michael Roslen, Laura Ruff, Timothy Schmitt, Veronica Vinyard, Katie Wisdom. Juniors: Alana Burford, Adam Daughhetee, Chase Deason, Shannon DeShaney, Adam Duncan, Ashley Hahn, Brian Hency, Roger Jaynes, Jason Kell, Amy Lynn Kern, Natalie Lewer, Adam Lofton, Kelly Ann Reynolds, Garrett Stricker, Brian Taulbee. Sophom*ores: Todd Brucker, Major Burger, Kyleigh Cowger, Jacob Dirnberfer, Roseann Enderle, Dana Essner, Sara Essner, Michelle jFelter, Emily Haines, Matthew Heisserer, Michael Heuring, Dustin Martin, Katrena Martin, Christopher McAuley, Misty Menz, Kristina New, Jessica Quillman, Andrea Rowling, Kristin Russell, Cara Scherer, Natalie Scherer, Emily Seller, Bel St. John, Lori Stricker, Julia Vetter. Freshmen: Janessa Lynne Burford, Kenneth Fisher, Tyson Glaser, Michanda Gramlisch, Lesley Ann Hall, Ashley Marie Karn, Andrew Mothershead, Monica Senciboy, Ashley Seyer, Christine Tew, Jamie Welter.

Kelly High School Honor Roll between 20,000 and 40.000 deaths are attributed to flu and pneumonia in the United States each year. More than 90 percent of the deaths occur in people aged 65 and older. Among elderly nursing home residents, pneumococcal vaccination is 60 to 70 percent effective in preventing infection. Those at high risk for complications from influenza include: Persons aged 65 years and older, Residents of nursing homes and other chronic-care facilities; Children and teenagers (aged 6 months to 18 years) who are receiving long-term aspirin therapy and therefore might be at risk for developing Reye's syndrome after influenza infection; Women who will be in the second or third trimester of pregnancy during the influenza season; Persons with any of the following conditions: chronic pulmonary or cardiovascular disease, including asthma; chronic metabolic diseases (including diabetes mellitus), kidney dysfunction, blood disorders, or immune system problems (from disease, such as HIV infection, or from medication, such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy). Dempsey said it is especially important for health -care workers, employees of hospitals, clinics, physicians' offices, and chronic care institutions who directly care for and have close contact with persons at high risk from complications of influenza to receive the vaccine.

releases first Card of Thanks We, the family of Terry would like to express our appreciation and gratitude for all expressions of love shown to us during the sudden death of our loved one. The family so appreciated the prayers, phone calls, beautiful flowers, and show of support during this most difficult time. We thank the First Church of God, the First Baptist Church, and friends who prepared food for us. We would like to thank Linda Sutton, Phillip Sisk, Milas and Kevin Mainord for the beautiful songs. Rev.

George White and Rev. Larry Smith for the beautiful words of comfort spoken. The Eulogy given by Toni Organ Stricklin about her Uncle Terry was so comforting. Your show of support will always be remembered. Wife Linda Jackson Sons Dr.

Terry Jackson, Jr. and Andy Jackson Father Joe Jackson Brother Chuck Jackson Sisters Marjorie Blythe, Janice Webb, Barbara Organ and their families. Did You Know? Almost 69 percent of all old newspapers in the United States were recovered and recycled in 1999, representing more than nine million tons of old newspapers out of a total supply of nearly 13 million tons. NEWSPAPERS World Source: Facts About Newspapers 2000, Published by Newspaper Association of America Seniors: Dirnberger, Marissa Essner, Joshua Glastetter, Amanda Greer, Ashley Hedges, Daniel Hughes, Kyle Kern, Kari Lape, Suzi Mack, Missy Melton, Megan Nelsor, Michael Pemberton, Richard Reeves, Kerri Seyer, Justin Simpher, Angela Zeigler. Juniors: Melanie Belk, Jeremy Brown, Katie Bollinger, Travis Braun, Ashley Butler, Travis Dumey, Christopher Moore, Erin Odle, Ashley Payne, Brian Pender, Bridgett Riley, Tyler Schlosser, Andrew Sever, Deandra Smith, April Whitworth.

Sophom*ores: David Abbott, Austin Boardman, Dustin DeShaney, Daneka Dewitt, Leanna Dewitt, Nicole Dewitt, Brandon Dirnberger, Christopher Glastetter, Valerie Harp, Justin Hill, Christina Ikerman, Allison Johnson, Nathaniel Kolwyck, Elizabeth Mainord, Cara Menz, Stephanie Nelson, Christopher Newton, Anthony Parker, Courtney Paul, Marie Pemberton, Steven Pemberton, Chad Pender, Ashley Powell, Jarod Powell, Jordan Proctor, Jonathan Quillman, Lance Scheffer, Matthew Stroder, Frankie Tubbs. Freshmen: Sarah Anglin, Bethany Beggs, Felicia Hamilton, Joshua Aaron Jones, Jon-Erik Kern, Nathan Lewer, Tyler Long, Sara Lumley, Alissa Moore, Michael Redmon, Ashley Rockett, Daniel Schaeffer, Micahel Scherer, Leslie Seyer, Trey Simmons, Benjamin Vinyard. NOTICE All land and sandbar South of the Dorena Ferry Landing is posted absolutely NO ATV activity due to Liability. Riley Trust Charles E. Johnson Violators will be Prosecuted..

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