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The McNairy County News
Published by McNairy Countians for McNairy Countians
Thursday, May 17, 2012
This week’s Tell Me A Good
Story is about the Tennessee
National Guard unit, a product of World War II, and how
it was established by military
at Selmer.
Craig Mullins has been
awarded a $500 educational
award in a national competition with other students
who are members of Modern
Woodmen of America.
The McNairy Central Bobcats
claimed their first ever Region
Championship on Wednesday
with an 8-6 win over Covington.
They are one win away from the
State Tournament.
News, Pg. 6
Community, Pg. 12
Sports, Pg. 16
Fire on Falcon Road
Walking Tall Trilogy
Photo by Tom Evans
Pusser historian Steve Sweat heads down the
red carpet as Dwana Pusser-garrison, Madison
garrison, and Jack Coffman wait their turn.
Photo by Tom Evans
The fire was not completely extinguished until 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon. Selmer Fire Chief Anthony Carr
stated that the cause is unknown at this time and an investigation is continuing by the State Fire Marshall’s Office.
A fire early Tuesday morning resulted in an estimated $1 million in damages to
Carolina Southern Trucking
Company owned by Sammy
and Sherry Kiser.
The company is located on
Falcon Road in Selmer and
employs more than 140 people. The shop building was
totally destroyed along with
three semi-trucks and a forklift that were in the shop.
The Selmer Fire Department
received the call at around
5:30 a.m. and worked until
almost 9 a.m. to bring it under
control. Volunteer fire departments from Ramer, Eastview,
Sulphur Springs, and Bethel
Springs were called in with
their tankers to back up
“Selmer Fire Chief Anthony
Carr stated that the State Fire
Marshall’s Office would be
called in to investigate the
cause of the fire.
A ceremony at The
Marty in Adamsville last
Thursday unveiled the new
Walking Tall Trilogy, the
three movies about the life
of former McNairy County
Sheriff Buford Pusser.
Walking Tall, Walking
Tall II, and Walking Tall
The Final Chapter, have
just been re-released on
DVD and Blu-Ray by
Shout! Factory.
“The quality is so much
better than the original
films that were made back
in the 1970’s,” said Dwana
Pusser-Garrison daughter
of the late Sheriff Pusser.
“I want to thank everyone for coming and for all
those who have supported
my father and his memory
over the past several years.
With the new re-release of
the movies in higher quality I feel it will bring back a
lot of interest in my father
and what he stood for.”
See PuSSER, Pg. 5
Larron King was a hero Walking for Jesus
Photo by Tom Evans
Larron and Anita King pictured in October of 2009
when Larron was named Citizen of the Year.
The dictionary says a hero
is a person who is admired
for courage, outstanding
achievements, or noble qualities. Larron King was that
kind of person. Larron King,
age 49, of Selmer went home
to the Lord to be reunited
with his daughter Lauren
early Monday morning after
spending almost a month in
intensive care in a Memphis
He will be remembered as a
hometown hero for his devotion, dedication, and caring
spirit for others. King was
injured in a one-vehicle wreck
on Sulphur Springs Road on
April 16th as he drove home
from his job in Middleton. He
was airlifted to THE MED in
Memphis with severe damage
to his spinal cord.
The day after his accident
Chris Whitten and friends
of Larron began a movement
to try and help Larron and
the family. They organized
a “Prayer in the Park” where
friends came to join together
and prayed for a miracle for
his body to be healed.
“Praying for a Miracle”
t-shirts were designed and
sold to help raise money for
the family and businesses and
individuals purchased blue
bows in support of Larron.
What made people want to
help this man and his family?
They were just following an
example he set earlier when
his family went through a
See KiNg, Pg. 3
County truck overturns
Highway Department gravel truck overturned early
Tuesday morning that resulted
in the driver, Robbie C. Bias,
Jr. of Adamsville, being taken
to the hospital.
A road crew was working
on Prather Road near Michie
when the accident occurred.
The crew was digging out portions of the road that had
sunken in and filling them
with rip-rap and then applying
gravel over the rip-rap prior to
Bias’ truck was loaded with
gravel and when he got on the
edge of the road the load shifted causing the truck to overturn. Bias was treated at the
scene and then transported
to McNairy Regional Hospital
with possible shoulder and
neck injuries.
“He is one of our best
drivers and that was why
he was driving one of our
newest Mack dump trucks,”
said Highway Superintendent
Harvey Neal Smith. “We’ve
Photo by Tom Evans
Cody Taylor of Bolivar walked from Food giant to
Walmart and back to the First Baptist Church carrying a cross.
Members of the Walnut
Grove Baptist Church in
Bolivar were in Selmer on
Saturday and walking for
Jesus. Cody Taylor and a
couple of friends carried a
large cross down Mulberry
Taylor said he planned
to walk with the cross on
Savannah drivers license
center closed
Photo by Tom Evans
State Troopers look over the scene of Tuesday morning accident when a McNairy
County Highway Department gravel truck overturned on Prather Road near Michie.
never had anything like this
happen since I’ve been here.”
Two wreckers were called
from Moore Brothers Wrecker
Service to pull the truck back
upright. The accident hap-
pened around 9 a.m. and was
investigated by THP Officer
Kennie Lamberth.
T he
Te n ne s s e e
Department of Safety
and Homeland Security
announced Monday that
the Hardin County Driver
Service Center located at
60 Brazelton St., Unit 10,
in Savannah is temporarily
closed due to a building
maintenance issue.
The facility will be
closed until further notice.
During the closure, citizens may visit neighboring driver service centers in
neighboring counties.
The Chester County
and Henderson County
Clerk’s offices can produce
Your 7-Day Forecast for McNairy County:
There is no one
righteous, not even
Romans 3:10
his back from Food Giant
to Walmart and then back
to the Selmer First Baptist
Church and then back to
Food Giant.
“We just want people to
be aware that Jesus is alive
and we want them to come
to know him,” said Taylor.
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for non-commercial driver
licenses. Licenses may also
be renewed online at www.
The nearest driver service options are:
Driver Service Center – 200
Harris Street, Whiteville,
TN 38075
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Henderson, TN 38340
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The McNairy County News
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
Aim hosts Music at the Market
Appreciation Day
& Open House
Photo by Bryan Huff
The Silver Threads, Rich Gilbert and Eileen Rose, entertain the crowd this past
Saturday night.
Nashville musicians Eileen
Rose and Rich Gilbert know
as The Silver Threads, the
subjects of Brian Tull’s new
mural being painted at the
Rockabilly Park, were in
town last Saturday night for
a performance and to give
locals a chance to see the
faces on the mural in person.
The duo set up under the
Farmers’ Market pavilion and
entertained the crowd, which
was not as big as expected
mostly in part because of the
rainy weather. Tull says he is
having fun working on the
mural and plans to have it
finished in time for a dedication service at this year’s
Rockabilly Festival scheduled
for June 9th. Anyone who
didn’t get a chance to come
to last Saturday night’s event
but would like to make a
donation to help fund the
new mural can send it to Arts
in McNairy at P.O. Box 66
in Selmer. You can check out
the McNairy County News
facebook page for photos of
Saturday night’s event.
Thursday, May 24th
11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Community South in Adamsville
Whitten benefit a success
Photo by Alan Murray
Left to right: Tammy Moore, David Johnson, Micah
Whitten, Jimmy Moore, Dana Johnson, and not pictured
Nelda King.
Friends of longtime THP
Officer Micah Whitten hosted a benefit on his behalf on
Saturday at the Stantonville
Community Center and over
$13,000 was raised. Whitten,
who served as Tennessee
State Trooper for 23 years
was diagnosed with Wilson
Disease, which causes too
much copper to accumulate in
the body. He received a liver
transplant in 2011 and was
showing improvement when
he suffered a stroke this past
April 8th. Last Saturday’s
event headed up by David and
Dana Johnson and numerous
friends of Whitten’s was a
success. Entertainment, was
provided by local bands and
the Smokehouse Rednecks
cooked up some delicious
barbeque, chickens and bologna. A cakewalk, cow pie
bingo, and a motorcycle ride
also were held to help raise
money. “On behalf of Micah
and everyone who helped
with the benefit we would
like to say a big thank you
for making it such a success,”
said Dana Johnson. “Thanks
to all those who attended and
all those who volunteered,
donated items, or helped in
any way.”
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
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School lunches going up a quarter
The McNairy County
School Board met last
Thursday night with the meeting being held in the MCHS
Little Theater. Chairman
Frank Lacey opened the meeting with prayer.
The minutes of the April
meeting were approved along
with the certified and classified personnel reports. It was
noted that all current principals will be the same for
the next school year except
Carloyn Giesler of Selmer
Elementary, who is retiring
after 43 years in education.
Supervisors for the 2012-13
year will remain the same.
The Board approved custodial
bids for the 2012-2013 year
with Better Source Supply
and American Twine getting
the contracts.
bid was awarded to Waste
Connections. Bids for LP
gas went to Val Propane and
Paul Fisher Oil was awarded the diesel fuel bid with
a low bid of 3.298 per gallon. Bids for school nutrition
were approved unanimously.
Due to increases in food costs
and delivery costs the Board
approved a 25-cent increase
in the price of school lunches.
The cost will go from $1.25 to
$1.50 for elementary school
students and from $1.50 to
$1.75 for high school students.
This will be the first
increase for school lunches
in several years. The Board
discussed a proposal by E&W
Electrical Solutions in regards
to installing new lights in the
county’s schools, which the
company said would result
in substantial savings in a
year’s time. The cost would be
almost $24,000, but the company stated the savings would
equal the cost in the first
year. After some discussion, a
motion by Larry Smith to bid
the proposal out was made
and approved unanimously.
The Planning Committee
met recently and discussed
ways to get tax revenue for the
building of two new schools.
Chairman Lacey stated that
he wanted the board members
to submit five names each to
Mr. Miskelly to work with the
county commission on what
might be done to get funding. In his director of schools
report Mr. Miskelly thanked
the teachers and students for
a good year.
The mother of a student at
MCHS addressed the Board
and asked them to reconsider
the punishment handed down
to her daughter who would
not be allowed to walk the
line at graduation. She has
been in alternative school and
has the required credits to
graduate and will get a diploma, but can’t walk the line.
A motion by Larry Smith
to allow her to walk the line
was defeated by a 5-2 vote
with Smith and Kevin Isbell
voting yes and Frank Lacey,
Lynn Baker, Jean Jones,
Tony Chapman, and Jarrell
Stanfield voting no. “I feel
your pain and I understand
what you must be going
through,” said Chairman
Lacey. “We all love our kids
and we want them to be
death, Larron wanted to do
something to help the families at the Ronald McDonald
House, who were experiencing what he and Anita had
just gone through.
He decided to go and grill
some chickens and fix them
a meal. He only planned
this as a one-time thing.
But after seeing the joy it
brought to the families and
to him he continued doing
it once a month and had
continued doing it up until
his accident last month. He
also did special things for
them at Christmas, Easter,
Thanksgiving and other holidays.
In February of 2000,
Larron and Anita formed
Lauren King Ministeries in
honor and memory of their
daughter. In 2009 he was
named as McNairy County’s
Citizen of the Year for his
dedication and caring for others. One man’s caring atti-
tude has helped hundreds of
people over the past several
years. He has made a difference in the lives of many.
He was a real hero and will
be missed by everyone who
knew him.
Funeral services for Larron
were scheduled for Thursday,
May 17th at 1 p.m. at the
Selmer First Baptist Church.
Memorials may be directed to
the Lauren King Ministeries
at 152 Shelton Loop in
Selmer or the Larron King
Trust Fund at Regions Bank.
King From pg. 1
trying time. Larron and his
wife Anita’s daughter Lauren
was born on Mother’s Day fifteen years ago. She was diagnosed with Leukemia and
had to enter St. Jude Hospital
right after being born.
Larron and Anita stayed
in Memphis at the Ronald
McDonald House while
Lauren was undergoing treatments. She lived a year and
eight days. Following her
happy. But we have a disciplinary board that we have
trusted to make decisions and
we need to do what they have
suggested. If we start overturning the decisions of the
people we’ve trusted to make
those decisions we’re going to
open the flood gates.”
A motion by Smith to have
a special called meeting to
discuss the action was also
voted down 5-2. AHS Band
Director Frankie Congiardo
and Assistant MCHS Band
Director Daniel Vargason
addressed the Board to inform
them about the McNairy
Percussion Group they had
formed with members of the
MCHS and AHS percussion
The group has 32 members
and traveled to five competitions recently. They finished
third out of 17 groups in their
final competition after finishing 9th out of 10 groups in
their first competition. “We
had a great experience and
it was nice for both schools
to work together,” said
Board members were then
invited to the band room to
view a video of the group’s performance. After a brief statement from Willard Summers,
a member of the audience, the
meeting was adjourned.
Jerrolds to join Home Banking Company
Home Banking Company
President and CEO Jim
Rickman announces that
Chris Jerrolds will be joining the lending team at the
Savannah office. Rickman
comments, “As Senior Vice
President, Chris joins an
already successful group,
but brings his own expertise. He has an extensive
and widespread background,
serving as President and
CEO of Central Bank for 15
years. His banking education includes training at the
Sheshunoff Graduate School
of Banking in 2009, and
prior to that The Graduate
School of Banking at LSU
in 2002. Chris also attended the American Bankers
A ssociat ion
Nat iona l
Commercial Lending School.
We are lucky to have someone with his training and
experience join our lending
Chris credits his degree
in accounting from the
University of Tennessee in
1984 for beginning his career
and developing a love for all
things financial. After gradu-
ation he went to work for a
CPA firm in Nashville, and
then owned and operated a
CPA firm in Savannah. He
calls Savannah home and is
happy to be continuing his
career here.
“I’m thrilled,” Chris says,
“to be a part of such a successful company that shows
such dedication and care
to the people of Savannah.
Home Banking Company has
always been a name synonymous with service, commitment, and friendly faces. I am
happy to be a part of a com-
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munity bank as reputable as
Home Banking Company.”
Chris is married to
Michelle who teaches second grade in Hardin County.
They have two sons, John:
age 24, and Christopher: age
20. The Jerrolds attend First
Cumberland Presbyterian
Church in Savannah where
Chris serves as an Elder.
“Chris Jerrolds”, bank president Rickman concludes, “is
experienced and totally dedicated to helping the people
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their lending needs.”
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7 p.m. • Gospel Night
7 p.m. • Karaoke Night
Featuring The Cagles, Wanda
Ferguson, Vicki Atkins, Belinda
Christopher, and Chase Teague.
to the Class of
Wednesday, May 23rd
Thursday, May 24th
5 p.m. • Carnival Opens 5 p.m. • Carnival Opens
$15 Arm Bands
Sponsored by
Ma Ma Fia’s Cafe and
hosted by Mike Bernier
Friday, May 25th
9:30 a.m. • Bus Tour of the local Buford Pusser sites
Anchor Trailways bus will depart from and return to the museum
5 p.m. • Carnival Opens
$15 Arm Bands
6 p.m. • Adamsville Idol
at the pavillion - arrive early for same day sign-up
After the winners are announced you’re invited to enjoy the
newly released movie and interviews of “Walking Tall.”
Saturday, May 26th
8 a.m.-3 p.m. • Car Show
Judging at noon, prizes at 3 p.m.
8:30 a.m. • 5K run
Sign-up during the weeks before and receive a discount
10 a.m. • Carnival Opens
$25 All Day MEGABAND
Your hard work has finally paid off.
10:30 a.m. • Festival Parade
11 a.m. • Opening Ceremonies
Come see us at Home Banking Company for
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Including Local and National Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
3 p.m. • Storytelling
at the Buford Pusser Home and Museum featuring Jack Coffman
and Steve Sweat
5 p.m. • The Battle of the Bands
CASH prize!!!
7 p.m. • SPWA Championship Wrestling
10 p.m. • Carnival closes ending the festival
Early sign up is encouraged for all registered events. Get your sign up sheets at Adamsville City Hall,
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Finger - 2378 Leapwood Road, Finger, 731-934-4655
Savannah - 860 Wayne Road, 731-926-9000
Corinth - 1300 South Harper Road, 662-287-1883
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The McNairy County News
Page 4
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Graduation Word Search Angry or Grateful
See if you can find the words associated
with graduation. Congratulations to all
the 2012 graduates.
By David Coy
It’s like learning to live
with an amputation, some
have said. You are never
the same as you were before.
This is certainly true, when
we reflect upon struggling to
make sense of our loss. We
may feel as if we are in the
dark groping to find our way
to the light. I can remember
doing just that when I was
a child for fun, but as an
adult and you are stumbling
in your journey of grief, it is
anything but fun. For a time
we cannot make sense of anything. We also may feel that
our emotions are all over the
place, running the gamut of
the alphabet all at once.
For some the difficult
choice may be whether to be
angry for our loss or to be
grateful for the time we had.
We probably have heard it
said by our guardian many
times, ‘nothing lasts forever.’ Yet though we know
this in the back of our mind,
we nonetheless form strong
attachments to people and
We develop deep
sentimental value on them
and then when there is that
separation, especially unannounced and unexpected, it
often will shake us to our
very core. We might begin to
doubt our values, beliefs, and
our trust in what we formerly
felt secure.
If we choose anger over
gratitude then we risk postponing or even preventing
healing from taking place.
No, I am not saying it is
an easy, clean choice either.
Often our mind is in a fog and
we are not thinking clearly,
and our focus and concentration is not working as it has
formerly. Thus we may be
in a battle with anger on the
one side and gratitude on the
other, and anger seems to be
the stronger of the two. Anger
can be a very powerful and
consuming emotion. When
I was a youth I was taught
the importance of gratitude
and when I am given something, to say thank you, show
appreciation for what I have
been given. Because nothing lasts forever sometimes I
forget to say thank you. This
is Sunrise.
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Class Mates
High School
Year Book
Reception held for Gloria
Photo by Jennifer Moore
Adamsville Elementary School teacher Gloria Stamper was honored with a reception
recently. She is retiring after 40 years in education. She is presented with a Key to
the City by Adamsville Mayor David Leckner.
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On August 2, the citizens of McNairy
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
The McNairy County News
Page 5
County Commission Snapshots of McNairy County History
The McNairy County
Commission held their May
meeting on Monday night
with 18 of the 21 commissioners present. Minutes of the
April meeting were approved.
The Commission approved a
request by Mayor Ashe to
apply for a Litter Grant in the
amount of $47,900. Names
submitted for approval to
the 911 Board were Darrell
Goodrum, Amy Oakley,
and Guy Buck. They will be
voted on at the June meeting. Names submitted for a
Safety Committee were; Judy
Bivens, Guy Buck, Harvey
Smith, Darrell Goodrum, and
David McCullar. Mayor Ashe
advised that if the county has
a Safety Committee then they
could get a discount on their
Workman’s Comp insurance.
Commissioner Stan Wheeler
gave a report from the Building
Committee. He asked the
Commission to approve an
agreement between the county, the Town of Selmer, and
911 on who pays for what in
the newly acquired buildings
that will house 911 and some
of the fire equipment. He also
asked that the Commission
approve the agreement on
use of the Latta Building.
Both requests were approved
unanimously. Commissioner
Jim Rickman advised that the
Budget Committee was meeting every Monday night and
was making progress toward
a new budget. Commissioner
David McCullar gave a report
from the Road Committee.
He made a motion that two
new roads, Osage Road and
Osage Lane, be added to the
road list since they met all
the requirements. His motion
was approved unanimously.
He also made a motion that
surplus property from the
Highway Department be auctioned off in July. An amendment that the auction company for the sale be one from
the county was added and the
motion passed unanimously.
It was reported that the new
bridge on Friendship Road had
been completed and approved
by the state and that bids
would soon be let on bridges
on Falcon Road and Bethel
Purdy Road. Superintendent
of Roads Harvey Neal Smith
informed the Commission
that McNairy County was one
of only three counties in the
state that will have completed
their bridge list when the final
two bridges are finished and
he was proud of that accomplishment. The Commission
discussed the ongoing situation with American Timber
and Land in regards to reimbursement for damages to
Connie Smith Road when
the company was cutting
timber in the area. County
Attorney Craig Kennedy was
asked to get more information
for a possible lawsuit against
the company and present
it at the next meeting. The
Commission discussed the
possible purchase of the Coon
Creek property. “We need to
get the property appraised in
order to see if we might be
able to get a grant for the
purchase,” said Mayor Ashe.
“It would be a great project if we could get in on a
grant.” The Pink Palace in
Memphis currently owns the
land but has discussed selling it. Craig Kennedy gave an
update on seven properties
that had been advertised for
sale due to back taxes owed
against them. Mayor Ashe
advised they had bids on four
of them. A request by Mayor
Ashe to approve the Debt
Management Policy presented
to the Commission a couple
of months ago was approved
unanimously. Mayor Ashe
informed the Commission
that a grant for $750,000 had
been approved and part of
that money would be used to
install early warning sirens
at all of the county’s fire stations. Part of it would also be
used for new 911 equipment, a
generator for the courthouse,
and new fire trucks. Approved
as Notaries were; Ashley
Bowman, Amanda Isbell,
Johnnie S. Lohman, Dina
Mitchell, and Lara Laurence.
With no further business the
meeting was adjourned.
Photo Submitted
This old photo was taken around 1936 of the Adamsville men’s basketball team. Standing left to right; #10 –
James Dudley Pecry, #8 – Edwin Perkins, #4 – Jamie D. Perkins, #11 - Furman Seay, #5 – G.A. Shelton. Front
row left to right; #12 – Willard Ross, #3 – Kenneth Varnell, Coach Raymond “Shorty” Dodds, #9 – Robert Goad,
and #7 – Percy Clyde Doss.
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Pusser From pg. 1
worldwide attention to McNairy
County and Sheriff Pusser’s
fight against crime and corruption along the Tennessee
Mississippi state line back in
the late 1960’s and early 70’s.
The red carpet event,
held last Thursday, featured
a documentary containing
interviews from some of the
actors who played in the first
movie, along with comments
from Buford’s daughter
Dwana, his granddaughter
Madison, Museum Curator
Renee Moss, Pusser historian
Steve Sweat, Pusser’s longtime friend Jack Coffman,
and others who knew him.
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does hereby give public notice of a called
meeting to be held at the Adamsville Town
Hall in the Conference Room, the 30th day
of May 2012, at 2:30 p.m. The purpose
of the meeting is to discuss and act upon
a request to allow an apartment as a use
permitted on appeal in the B1 District
located at 202 Willow Street.
A copy of the site plan may be viewed in
the office of the Codes Enforcement Officer
during regular business hours. All interested
parties are invited and encouraged to attend.
The McNairy County News
Page 6
Thursday, May 17, 2012
“Tell Me A Good Story!”
T.N.G. Summer Camp, 1955-63
Photos submitted
Second cook Sgt. Jim Henry Gray (left) and Private
Royce Hendrix show off a massive rattlesnake skin
taken at Ft. Stewart. It is not recalled just how the
snake was taken but Bobby Harris had something to do
with it, according to Sgt. John Mitchell.
Company D personnel have just been through the chow
line after a hard day’s work. Company D’s kitchen was
headed up by Sgts. Dow Parrow and Troy McDaniel.
Spc. 2 Billy Martin was a second cook in Company D’s
First Sgt. Fred Plunk worked closely as a liaison
between W/O Goodrum and Company Commander
George Huggins.
A scene from the “boonies”, the youngster in full dress
fatigues is Bill Woods, son of Major Hugh Woods. He is
now a doctor in Jackson, TN.
Lt. Arvy Ledbetter discusses the merits of a scope to
Lt. Bob Latta and two unidentified.
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Letters were a precious commodity to the boys away
from home for two weeks. The letter writer above is
believed to be Pvt. Wm. Foote.
By Bill Wagoner
County Historian
The Tennessee National
Guard unit was a product of
World War II and established
by military at Selmer. Some
had fought in that war. The
heart and soul of the 4/117th
Company of the famed so”
Division Unit was W/O Ray
Goodrum, a local who had
served in World War II.
Capt. George Huggins had
been an early officer and by
the 1950’s was company commander. His officers variously from 1955-1963 were Lt.
Arvy Ledbetter, Capt. W.O.
Browder, Lt. W.T. Clifton,
Carroll, Lt. Bob Latta, Lt.
George Weatherford, Capt.
George Brooks, Capt. Jett
Ramer, Major Hugh Woods
and others whose names were
For 8 years, 1955-63 the
4/117th was shipped by rail or
truck convey to Ft. Stewart,
an Army base near Hinesville,
Georgia. Training included a
week on bivouac and a week
in camp. Men worked in basic
instruction/training on rifle
range, motor pool and related
military order. A full kitchen
set-up was used in camp and
transported to the bivouac
area miles out in the Georgia
pine country. Rattlesnakes
were huge, a dime-a-dozen
in number and to be found
in abundance. The summer
encampment of 1963 was
spent at Ft. Campbell, Ky.
The T.N.G. permitted military training and allowed
personnel to remain at home
and on job. The unit was
slated for duty during the
Cuban Crisis under President
John Kennedy. Vice President
Lyndon Johnson asked his
Texas National Guard to be
sent instead. The photos were
made in 1959.
These comments are recollections of 50 years ago; some
names may have been omitted
but not intentionally. These
photos are from the collection of Billy Martin, 41117th
second cook.
(Bill Wagoner, 3068 GilchristStantonville Rd., Stantonville,
TN. 38379, 731-632- 0635,
T.N.G. 1955-63, second cook in
D Company)
Sgt. John Hamm takes a stroll throw the company area.
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The McNairy County News
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Page 7
McNairy County
Sheriff’s Report
(911 calls)
May 7, 2012
•288 Ervin Rd. – Alarm
going off.
•2482 Buena Vista Rd. –
Harassing threats.
•11172 Hwy 45 S. – Medical
•2288 Clarance Barham Rd.
– Alarm going off.
•6217 Hwy 45 S. – Public
•Race Path Rd. – Caller
wanted to speak with an officer.
•1445 Blankenship Rd. –
Theft of property.
•300 Industrial Park Rd. –
Caller wanted to speak with
an officer.
•Old Stage Rd. – Welfare
•302 Clarence Barham Rd.
– Animal control, animal bite.
•859 Rose Creek Rd. –
Harassing phone calls.
•6744 Beauty Hill Rd. –
Theft of property.
•Rose Creek Rd. – Serving
•2663 Airport Rd. –
Suspicious person.
•913 Purdy Rd. – Suspicious
May 8, 2012
•5217 Hwy 45 S. – Theft of
•1250 Old Hwy 45 – Theft
of property.
•Roy Seay Rd. – Animal
•419 Dixie Ln. – Animal
•242 Stacy Loop – Alarm
going off.
•9647 Hwy 22 N. – Public
•337 Dixie Ln. – Animal
•662 Bethel Purdy Rd. –
Animal control.
•12378 Hwy 57 W. –
Welfare check.
•Hwy 45 near Eastview –
Reckless driver.
•Milledgeville Gas Station –
Assault report.
May 9, 2012
•297 Linsey Ln. – Suspicious
•Old Hwy 45 S. – Burglary.
•732 Chambers Store Rd. –
Alarm going off.
•1778 Capooth Rd. – Officer
•Wright St. – Civil matter.
•Beauty Hill Rd. – Reckless
•614 Felix Taylor Rd. –
•Chewalla Rd. – Suspicious
open door.
May 10, 2012
•10976 Hwy 45
•3075 Buena Vista Rd. –
Suspicious activity.
•Hwy 199 & Finger Café –
Suspicious vehicle.
•545 Montrose Carroll Rd. –
Suspicious person.
•141 N. Third St. – Domestic
dispute, verbal.
•7595 Hwy 22 S. – Harassing
•300 Industrial Park Dr. –
Take report on theft of property.
•Hubb Gilchrist Rd. –
Suspicious activity.
•1044 Charlie Pounds Rd. –
Disturbance, unknown.
•Conner Rd. – Suicidal subject.
•Hwy 142 – Assist motorist.
•Gann Rd. across from store
– Theft of property.
•Airport Rd. – Suicidal subject.
•2467 Gilchrist Stantonville
Rd. – Vandalism.
McNairy County
General Sessions Court
•Michael W. Alley: 1755
Old Union Ln., Adamsville
- Possession of Ephedrine
and Ephedrine Derivatives –
Guilty, fined $250 & costs,
sentenced to 48 hours, supervised probation for 1 year,
alcohol/drug evaluation.
•Timothy E. Blakney: 448
Perkins Rd., Adamsville –
Driving on Suspended License
– Guilty, pay costs, supervised
probation, no driving in TN
for 6 months.
•Michael C. Bushart: 1275
High School Rd., Selmer
– Evading Arrest & DUI –
Dismissed, officer failed to
appear in court.
•Chasity Butler: 1976
Simmons Rd., Henderson –
Driving on Suspended License
– Dismissed on payment of
costs, supervised probation,
defendant has valid license.
•Barry L. Clayton: 9644
Hwy 45 N., Bethel Springs
– Possession of Schedule
II Drugs, Possession of
Dr ug
Pa rapher na lia,
Promoting Meth Manufacture
– Bound over to grand jury.
•James Leroy Cobb: 4265
Hwy 45 S., Selmer – Driving
on Suspended License (2nd
or subsequent) – Guilty, fined
$25 & costs, license suspended for 6 months, supervised
•Tommy R. Cummings:
717 Circle Hill Dr., Selmer
– Possession of Schedule IV
Drugs, Possession of Drug
Attempt, Failure to Appear –
•Chasity Crabb: 2940
Hubert Manuel Rd., Michie –
Promoting Methamphetamine
of Ephedrine & Ephedrine
Derivatives, Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia – Guilty,
fined $250 & costs, supervised probation for 1year, alcohol/drug evaluation.
1800 Watkins Rd., Michie
– Possession of Ephedrine
and Ephedrine Derivatives –
Guilty, fined $250 & costs,
judicial diversion for 11/29
1371 Dickey Rd., Selmer
Tampering With Evidence,
Paraphernalia – Bound over to
grand jury.
•Tina M. Dunaway: 330
Florence Ave., Selmer –
Possession of Schedule II
Drugs – Dismissed, officer
failed to appear in court.
1576 Hardin Graveyard
Rd., Adamsville – DUI,
Exchange, Possession of
Bound over to grand jury.
Promoting Methamphetamine
Manufacture, Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia – Bound
over to grand jury.
•Mauri Foster: 1034 Curtis
Hill Church Rd., Bethel
Springs – Theft (up to $500)
& Criminal Trespassing –
Dismissed on state’s motion
to not prosecute.
•Gary W. Fults: 200 Lewis
St., Savannah – Theft (up to
$500) – Guilty, pay costs, sentenced to 14 days, pay $120
restitution, supervised probation.
•Billy R. Gibson: 1961
Major Hill Rd., Bethel Springs
– Simple Possession/Casual
Exchange – Guilty, fined
$250 & costs, sentenced to 48
hours, supervised probation
for 11/29, drug/alcohol evaluation through JACOA.
•Lag A. Goolsby: 210
Shanna Dr., Selmer – Reckless
Driving – Guilty, fined $25
& costs, supervised probation.
•Thomas R. Hayslett: 1400
Airport Rd., Selmer – Driving
on Revoked License – Guilty,
fined $25 & costs, license suspended additional 6 months,
supervised probation.
•Stephanie L. Ingle: 1797
Feddie Davis Rd., Ramer
Promoting Methamphetamine
Manufacture, Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia – Bound
over to grand jury.
3968 Hwy 45 S., Selmer
Promoting Methamphetamine
Manufacture, Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia – Bound
over to grand jury.
•Amanda E. Kern: 35
Yvonda Way #3, Savannah
– Possession of Ephedrine
and Ephedrine Derivatives –
Guilty, fined $250 & costs,
supervised probation for 1
year, alcohol/drug evaluation.
•Randy L. Kiser: 230 N.
7th St., Selmer – Domestic
Assault – Dismissed on payment of victim’s medical bills.
•Ricky J. Kyle: 968 Bud
Long Rd., Selmer – Simple
Possession/Casual Exchange
– Dismissed on payment of
costs if drug evaluation and
counseling is completed, 24
hours community service,
supervised probation.
•Angela K. Lipford: 1580
Joe Dillon Rd., Michie –
Possession of Schedule II
Drugs, Assault Attempt,
Possession /Sell/Barter/Give
Away Legend Drug – Guilty,
pays costs, diversion for 6
months. – Possession of Drugs
in a School Zone – Dismissed,
state’s motion to not prosecute.
Cox Ln., Bethel Springs –
Shoplifting – Guilty, fined $50
& costs, supervised probation.
•Autar S. Momi: 174
Courts Ln., Little Rock, AR
May 11, 2012
•536 Milam Rd. – Suspicious
•Bethel – Theft of property.
•4639 Hamburg Rd. –
Alarm going off.
•133 Beverly Ln. – Retrieve
•Stantonville – Public service.
•Hwy 57 & 45 – Animal
•300 Industrial Park Dr. –
Caller wanted to speak with
an officer.
•838 Hopkins St. – Theft of
•7357 Hwy 64 E. – Alarm
going off.
•323 Gann Rd. – Public service.
•10954 Hwy 45 S. – Theft
of property.
•McCormick Weeks Rd. –
Motor vehicle accident with
•300 Industrial Park Rd. –
Caller wanted to speak with
an officer.
•Lester Plunk Rd. –
Suspicious vehicle.
•2492 Falcon New Bethel
Rd. – Shots fired.
– Possession of Synthetic
Cannabinoids – Guilty, fined
$250 & costs, placed on diversion for 11/29, all seized paraphernalia seized for destruction.
133 Warren Ave., Selmer –
Vandalism (up to $500) &
Assault Attempt – Guilty,
fined $25, sentenced to 10
days, pay $65 restitution, no
contact with victim.
•Deena L. Ricketts: 611
West Main St., Greenfield
Trespassing – Bound over to
grand jury.
•Leslie D. Seaton: 450
Bray Rd., Henderson – DUI
– Guilty, fined $1,250 &
costs of $705.73, sentenced to
48 hours, supervised probation for 11/29, drug/alcohol
evaluation, counseling, and
rehab, no driving in TN for
1 year. – Simple Possession/
Casual Exchange & Possession
of Drug Paraphernalia –
Dismissed on plea to DUI.
•Zandall Stricklin: 1605
Pin Hook Rd., Savannah Possession of Ephedrine and
Ephedrine Derivatives –
Guilty, fined $250 & costs,
supervised probation for 1
year, alcohol/drug evaluation.
•Heather L. Sweat: 156
Promoting Methamphetamine
Manufacture, Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia – Bound
over to grand jury.
May 12, 2012
•McNairy Rd. – Suspicious
•7856 Hwy 22 S. – Alarm
going off.
•Sherry Lynn Dr. –
Suspicious person.
•Hwy 224 S. – Suspicious
•Ramer Selmer Rd. – Motor
vehicle accident, no injuries.
•251 Falcon Rd. – Animal
•856 Highlander Trails –
911 hang up.
•1914 Clarence Barham Rd.
– Theft of property.
•Hwy 22 S. – Reckless driver.
•Michie – Public service.
•94 Albert Owens Rd. –
Extra patrol requested.
May 13, 2012
•Hwy 22 – Drunk driver.
•941 Hill Rd. – Civil matter.
•Near Michie Pharmacy –
Suspicious activity.
•Ramer Quick Stop – Caller
wanted to speak with an officer.
•6742 Hwy 45 S. – Alarm
going off.
•Lacefield Trailer Park –
Assault report.
•150 High School Rd. –
Suspicious activity.
415 Florence Ave., Selmer
Promoting Methamphetamine
Manufacture, Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia – Bound
over to grand jury.
•Jennifer L. Weaver: 299
CR 201, Iuka, MS – Possession
of Ephedrine and Ephedrine
Derivatives – Guilty, fined
$250 & costs.
•Christian J. Webb: 2600
Curtis Hill Church Rd., Bethel
Springs – Theft of Property
($500 to $1,000) – Bound over
to grand jury.
Welling ton:
97 Whispering Pine Ln.,
Selmer – Accessory After
the Fact, Possession of Drug
Paraphernalia – Guilty, fined
$150 & costs, sentenced to
time served, supervised probation.
•Chasity Westenhoefer:
976 Atkins Ln., Selmer –
Driving on Suspended License
– Dismissed on payment of
costs, supervised probation,
defendant has valid license.
•Lucas L. Wilson: 218
Baptist St., Adamsville –
Driving on Suspended License
– Dismissed, costs taxed to
•Kimberly R. Wood: 46
Deshazier Ln., Savannah
Warrant – Defendant must
pay $695 and then this will
be dismissed. – Possession
of Ephedrine and Ephedrine
Derivatives – Guilty, fined
$250 & costs, supervised probation.
The Michie Beer Board will meet Monday,
May 28, 2012 at 6:45 p.m. at the Michie City
Hall to consider an application for the retail
sale of beer at Top O’ The River Restaurant
owned by Timothy Hearnsberger located
at 5831 Highway 57 East. The public is
invited to attend.
Bail Bonds
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The City of Adamsville regular
monthly commission meeting
will be Monday, May 21st at 7
p.m. at Adamsville City Hall. The
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Page 8
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Larron King
Larron King was born
December 16, 1962 in McNairy
County, TN the son of Shirlene
Goolsby and the late Preston
E. King.
Larron was a 1981 graduate of McNairy Central
High School. On
August 8, 1982,
he married the
love of his life,
Anita Smith.
In February
L a r r o n
and Anita
Lauren King
w h i c h
b e c a m e
with Ronald
McDona ld
House and St.
Research Hospital. Larron
was extremely committed to
this work. He was a devoted father and husband, and a
dedicated worker with church
youth groups for many years.
He was a member of Moore’s
Schoolhouse Full Gospel
Fellowship Church.
In 2009, Larron was named
McNairy County’s “Citizen of
the Year.” He has also received
Shelby County’s “Shining Star
Award” for volunteer service,
and Lauren King Ministries
has been named “Volunteer
Group of the Year” by Ronald
McDonald House. In his free
time, Larron loved hunting,
fishing, and spending time with
his son, Wes.
Larron departed this life on
May 14, 2012 in Memphis,
Tennessee at the age of 49
years, 4 months, 28 days. He is
survived by his wife of almost
30 years, Anita (Smith) King
of Selmer, TN; a son, Wes King
of Selmer, TN; his mother,
Shirlene Goolsby King
TN; two sisters,
Sharon Hart and
husband Larry
of Selmer, TN
and Sheila
Henry and
inlaws James
E. (Shorty)
and Freddie
three sisters-inlaw: Judy Kirk and
husband Roger of
Ramer, TN; Vickie Lyles
and husband Jimmy of Ramer,
TN; and Betty Caldwell of
Corinth, MS; a brother-in-law,
Mike Smith and wife Janie of
Ramer, TN; several nieces and
nephews; and many extended
family and friends.
In addition to his father,
Larron was preceded in death
by a daughter, Lauren Elizabeth
King; paternal grandparents D.
M. and Mittie Atkinson King;
and maternal grandparents
Roy Milton and Vestie Locke
Services will be held on
May 17, 2012 at 1:00 p.m.
at First Baptist Church in
Selmer, Tennessee. Burial
will follow in the McCalips
Chapel Cemetery in Selmer,
Ora Layton Aldridge Rice
Ora Layton Aldridge Rice
was born July 2, 1922 in
McNairy County, TN the
daughter of the late Harrison
and Doshie Susan Archer
She was united
in marriage to
“G.P.” Rice in
November in
1945. Mr.
R ice preceded her
in death in
Novem b er
of 1972.
M r s .
R ice
a certified
nursing assistant for over 30
years, she worked
at Shelby County
Nursing Home for several years. She was a longtime resident of Memphis,
a fan of Memphis State basketball, loved the Atlanta
Braves, sang in the choir
at LaBelle Baptist church
in Whitehaven, and had
also worked as a waitress
at Southwestern Grill. She
loved her family and was a
second mother to her nieces
and nephews.
Mrs. Rice departed this
life on May 2, 2012 in
Altamonte Springs, Florida
at the age of 89 years, 10
months. She is survived by
a brother-in-law, Grover
E. Ward of Memphis, TN;
nephew, Harrison Eugene
Ward and wife Teri of Ft.
Lauderdale, FL; nieces,
Doshie Mildred Byrd
and husband Scot of
Ventress, LA and
Hannah Layton
A ldridge of
FL; greatnephews,
S c o t
Byrd and
wife Pam
Por t
Island, LA
and Caleb
Lee Ward, III
of Memphis,
TN; great niece,
Byrd and fiance’ Joel
fo Baton Rouge, LA; host of
extended family and friends.
In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Rice
was preceded in death by
sister, Callie Mildred Ward;
brother, James Harrison
Aldridge; nephew, Caleb Lee
Ward, Jr.
Services were held on
May 5, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at
Refuge church of Christ in
Bethel Springs, Tennessee,
with Michael Price officiating. Burial followed in the
Refuge Cemetery at Bethel
Springs, Tennessee.
Marilyn M. Chamberlin
Marilyn M. Chamberlin
was born August 25, 1927 in
Chicago, IL the daughter of
the late George and Evelyn
Glynn Manning. She departed this life on May 10, 2012
in Jackson, Tennessee at the
age of 84 years, 8 months,
15 days.
Mrs. Chamberlin was
a member of St. Mary’s
Catholic Church in Jackson,
TN and was a homemaker.
She was the widow of C.
Joseph Chamberlin.
She is survived by two
daughters, Kathleen Graham
and husband Samuel of
Bethel Springs, TN, Karen
David of Sonora, CA; two
brothers, George Manning
Jr. of Chicago, IL, Albert J.
Manning of Greenville, SC;
four grandchildren, Thomas
AL, Jeffrey P. Graham of
Oakland, TN, H. Joseph
Lauterbach of Cupertino, CA,
Hank Graham of Hernando,
MS; seven great grandchildren, Jacob Graham, Kaleb
Graham, Kameron Graham,
Nicole Lauterbach, Taylor
Watkins, Landon Watkins,
Dustin McDonald; a greatgreat-grandchild, Eva Claire
McDonald. A host of extended family and friends.
In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs.
Chamberlin was preceded
in death by a son, Charles
Joseph Chamberlin.
There was no public service. Shackelford Funeral
Directors of Selmer was
in charge of arrangements.
Guestbook may be signed
Memorials may be made to
St. Jude Children’s Research
Hospital in Memphis, TN.
Thank You
The family of Brandon Scott Brown would like to
thank each of you for your prayers, visits, words of kindness, the beautiful flowers, cards and phone calls.
A special thank you to the following: Bro. Phil
Mitchel for your friendship and the touching eulogy; to
Bro. Tim Elrod and Good Hope Baptist Church for their
outpouring of love and fellowship meal.
Words cannot express how blessed we are to have
such a loving supportive group of friends and community.
We love you all,
Mike Brown and Janet
Penny, Lindsey and Richard
The family of Brandon Scott Brown
Lucy W. Davis
Lucy W. Davis of Selmer,
TN was born July 19, 1939 in
Chattaroy, WV the daughter
of the late Daniel and Malissa
Finley Watson. She departed
this life on Tuesday, May
8, 2012 in Corinth,
MS at the age of 72
years, 9 months,
19 days.
Ms. Davis
Electric for
approximately 12
years and
General for
years. She was
presently working part-time at
Southwood Inn in
Selmer. She enjoyed reading and watching sports. She
was an Assembly of God.
She is survived by a daughter,
Patsy Moore (Troy) and family
of Selmer, TN; three sons, Joey
Davis (Connie) and family of
Oakland, TN, Tommy Davis
(Perry) of Selmer, TN, Ty Davis
of Selmer, TN; two grandchildren, John Thomas Davis of
Selmer, TN, Joshua Davis of
Selmer, TN; four sisters, Annie
Brewster of Chattaroy, WV,
Peggy Corea of Bakersfield, CA,
Bessie Watson of Chattaroy,
WV, Millie Kaseeska of Tampa,
FL; five brothers, Jim Watson of
Oak Hill, WV, Louie Watson
of Chillicothe, OH, Joe
Watson of Stoutsville,
OH, Bill Watson
of Williamson,
Grace, MD
; her stepmother,
E t h e l
Watson of
R ich lands,
VA. A host
of extended
to her parents, Ms.
Davis was preceded in
death by two sisters, Wanda
Faye Craven and Barbara
Services were held on
May 12, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at
Shackelford Funeral Directors
in Selmer, Tennessee, with Bro.
Clint Overton officiating.
Memorials may be made to
St. Jude Children’s Research
Hospital or Larron King Family
Trust in care of Regions Bank.
Eual R. Austin
Eual R. Austin, 84 died
Friday in Jackson. Services were
Monday at 11:00 at Shackelford
Funeral Directors in Selmer
with Andrew Thompson officiating. Burial followed
in Hope McNairy
County Memorial
C e m e t e r y
Mr. Austin
grew up in
the Jacks
Creek area
in Chester
C o u nt y.
He was a
U. S. Navy
Seaman First
1945-1946. He
owned Austin’s
Barber Shop in
Jackson and Eastgate
Barber Shop in Memphis.
He also owned and operated
Nancy’s Fabrics and Drapery
Company and Joy’s Untrasonic,
both in Memphis.
Survivors include sons
Dennis Austin (Joy) of Jackson
and Danny Austin (Vanita)
of Selmer; grandson John
Austin (Katie); granddaughters
Emily Austin Thompson
(A ndrew)
Anna Elizabeth
Austin; greatg r a nd d au g h ters Jayden
Austin, Alice
Alli Claire
M a r y
K at her ine
He was preceded in death
by parents Homer
and Velmar Stanfill
Austin; brothers Clettus,
Earl, Ottis, and Max Austin;
sister Faye Day; and grandson
Daniel Austin.
Memorials may be made to
Relay for Life.
Billy Pickle
Billy Pickle was born
November 7, 1932 in McNairy
County, TN the son of the late
Irvin and Ruth Brush Pickle.
He was united in marriage
to Durell Forsythe.
Mr. Pickle was
retired from the
City of Selmer,
worked with
the Street and
Sanit ation
He loved airplanes and
flying, and
was a faithful member of
Life Tabernacle
in Selmer.
departed this life on
May 2, 2012 in Selmer,
Tennessee at the age of 79
years, 5 months, 25 days. He
is survived by his wife Durell
(Forsythe) Pickle of Selmer,
TN; a sister, Peggy Griffin
of Selmer, TN; four broth-
ers: Bobby Pickle and wife
Patsy of Selmer, TN, Tommy
Pickle of Selmer, TN, Johnny
Pickle and wife Donna of
Bethel Springs, TN, Jackie
Pickle and wife Erin of
Bethel Springs, TN;
and many extended family and
on May 6,
3:30 p.m. at
Fu nera l
Te n n e s s e e ,
with Thomas
Davis officiating.
Burial was in the
Moore’s Schoolhouse
Tennessee. Memorial contributions in memory of Mr.
Pickle may be made to Life
Tabernacle in Selmer, TN.
Mary Jane Estes
Mary Jane Estes was born
August 22, 1924 in McNairy
County, TN the daughter of
the late Henry and Gladys
Smith Flowers.
She was united in marriage to William
Madison Estes in
the summer of
1941. Mr. Estes
preceded her
in death on
Mrs. Estes
several garment
factories in the
M c N a i r y
part-time for 17 years
at Southwest TN Human
Resources. She was a member
of the Selmer Second Baptist
Church in Selmer, Tennessee.
She enjoyed cooking for her
family, especially Sunday dinners.
Mrs. Estes departed this life
on May 5, 2012 in Selmer,
Tennessee at the age of 87
years, 8 months, 13 days. She
is survived by two sons, W.C,
Estes and wife Ann of Jackson,
TN, Doug Estes and wife
JoAnn of Bethel Spring, TN;
a daughter, Kathereine Ingle of
Selmer, TN; six grandchildren,
Tammy Cooper and husband
Tim of Bethel Springs, TN,
Kristy Estes of Selmer, TN,
Lisa Harston and husband
Stan of Jackson, TN,
Shelia Robertson
Shiloh, TN,
Patty Vickers
husband Jeff of
Selmer, TN,
Stacie Black
TN; 15 greatgrandchildren,
8 great-greatg ra ndchi ld ren;
host of extended
family and friends.
In addition to her husband
and parents, Mrs. Estes was
preceded in death by a sonin-law, Tom Ingle; two brothers, Howard Flowers and Acie
Flowers; and a grandson,
Thomas Wayne Ingle.
Services were held on
May 7, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. at
Shackelford Funeral Directors
in Selmer, Tennessee, with
Tony Polk officiating. Burial
followed in the Moore’s
Schoolhouse Cemetery at
Selmer, Tennessee.
Scott D. Hadley
Scott D. Hadley was born
August 1, 1967 in Nashville,
TN the son of Gerald Hadley,
Jr. and Loretta Sullivan
He was united in
marriage to Billie
McDaniel on May
4, 1991.
Mr. Hadley
was a caprenter. He was
a loving son,
father and
grandfather. In his
spare time,
he enjoyed
looking for
and spending
time with his
grandsons. He was
well known for his wonderful chocolate chess pies.
He will be greatly missed and
was loved by all who knew
Mr. Hadley departed
this life on May 1, 2012 in
Corinth, Mississippi at the
age of 44 years, 9 months. He
is survived by his wife Billie
Hadley of Counce, TN;
two daughters, Keisha
Tinsley and husband Jordan
of Michie, TN, Misty Hulen
and husband Jeremy of
Savannah, TN; his mother,
Loretta Hadley of Bethel
Springs, TN; father, Gerald
Hadley, Jr and wife KAthy
of Bethel Springs, TN; three
grandsons, Hunter Stricklin,
Fisher Hulen, Charlie Tinsley;
two brothers, Kristopher
Hadley of Bethel
Springs, TN;
sisters, April
Adams and
Shane of
B e t h e l
TN, Vickie
Smith and
h u s b a n d
Bethel Springs,
TN; paternal grandfather, Rev. Gerald
Hadley, Sr and wife Jannie
of Ramer, TN; host of nieces,
nephews, and friends.
He is preceded in death
by maternal grandparents,
Dennis Sullivan, Jr. and
Anna Dee Sullivan; paternal
grandmother, Betty Patterson
Services were held on
May 4, 2012 at 4:00 p.m.
Tennessee. Burial followed
in the Falcon Cemetery at
Selmer, Tennessee.
Marie Brown
Marie Brown was born
January 21, 1929 in Michie,
TN the daughter of the late O.
O. and Lois Williams Moore.
She was united in marriage
to James T. Brown on
December 23, 1948.
was formerly
employed as
a supervisor
in the garment manufacturing
i n d u s t r y.
w or k e d
for Brown
S h o e
and the former Maple Hill
Nursing Home. She
loved to work in her garden, quilt, crochet, tend her
flowers, and go fishing. Mrs.
Brown was a member of the
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Mrs. Brown departed
this life on May 1, 2012 in
Stantonville, Tennessee at the
age of 83 years, 3 months,
10 days. She is survived by
her husband of 63 years,
James T. (Buddy) Brown of
Stantonville, TN; a daughter,
Pat Rickman and husband
Nelson of Selmer, TN; a son,
Billy Brown and wife Pam of
Stantonville, TN; four grandchildren: Chad Rickman and
wife Laura, Monica Matlock
and husband Jay, Beth
Baker and husband Bradley,
Kerry Brown and wife Beth;
g reat-g randchildren: Sidney Rickman,
Braden Rickman,
Trey Rickman,
Case Rickman,
Ty Matlock,
H a n n a h
K a i l e y
B a k e r ,
L a i n e y
B a k e r ,
B r o w n ,
Kason Brown;
Louise Clayton
of Corinth, MS and
Juanita (Tot) Taylor of
Michie, TN; a brother, Paul
Moore of Michie, TN; and
many extended family and
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Brown was preceded in death by two brothers, Travis Moore and J. R.
(Bully) Moore.
Services were held on
May 3, 2012 at 1:00 p.m.
at Shackelford Funeral
w ith
Balentine and J. D. Matlock
officiating. Burial followed
in the Union Grove Cemetery
in Selmer, Tennessee.
Cards of Thanks are due by Tuesdays
at noon and the cost is $5.00.
Anthony & Vickie Rowland
Certified Memorialists
3320 Main Street
Bethel Springs, Tenn.
Ph. 731-934-7460
Selmer Drug Co.
133 W. Court Ave. • Selmer, TN
Bobby Mitchell, DPH
The McNairy County News
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Church Calendar
May 19th
•We’re Going Fishing
We’re going fishing and you
are invited at the Selmer City
Park on May 19th at 5 p.m.
This is a City, County Wide
Crusdade. Everyone is welcome
for singing, ministering, fellowship, singing and talent. Tipton
family from Arkansas. Bobby
Flurry and Back Up singers
from Lucdale, MS. Joseph
Hamilton from Mayfield, Ky
and local talent.
•Outreach Ministry
Mock Trauma
On May 19th from 10 a.m.
until 4 p.m., The Mending
Hearts Outreach, Inc. a newly
developed outreach ministry
of Cypress Creek 1st Baptist
Church will be putting on a
mock trauma entitled “Life
Choices” r/t the consequences
of distractions while driving,
whether texting or driving, or
talking to friends, etc. This
event is geared towards our
youth today and anyone who
is more concerned with other
“things” while driving a vehicle
on today’s busy roads. We will
have a wrecked vehicle in the
parking lot of Cypress Creek
Church, also a mock trauma,
and scene set up for a funeral
in the fellowship hall and the
sanctuary. Cypress Creek First
Baptist Church is located at 14
Falcon Street in Selmer, TN.
May 20th & 25th
•BBQ, Yard/Bake Sale
There will be a yard and
bake sale on Friday, May 25th
at Michie Church of God of
Prophecy on Hwy. 57 beginning at 7:00 a.m. Boston butts
can also be pre-ordered for $30
through Sunday, May 20th.
They will be ready for pick up
on Friday, May 25th between
4:00 and 6:00 at the church.
Perfect for Memorial Day
picnics or family gatherings.
Contact Jim or Bridget Merry
(632-3971) or Lynn or Connie
Baker (632-3969) to order.
All proceeds will help in Jim
and Bridget (Finley) Merry’s
May 20th-May 23rd
•Unity Baptist Church
Unity Baptist Church will
hold their Vacation Bible
School from May 20th until
May 23rd. Celebration begins
at 6 p.m. and the day’s adventure ends at 8:30 p.m. VBS is
for ages 3 through 6th grade.
This year’s theme will be
Babylon Daniel’s Courage in
Captivity. Call for more information 662-415-8405.
May 21st-24th
•Chewalla Baptist VBS
Chewalla Baptist will
hold their Vacation Bible
School on Monday, May
21st - Thursday, May 24th
from 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
daily. VBS is for children ages
Kindergarten-5th Grade. The
theme is Sky: Everything is
Possible with God. If your
child needs a ride to VBS, call
(731) 239-6222.
May 21st - 25th
•Babylon Bible School
Curtis Hill Church (at 1642
Curtis Hill Church Road)
invites families to Babylon:
Daniel’s Courage in Captivity
Vacation Bible School. All
ages are invited to step back
in time at Babylon from May
21st to May 26th from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. For more information call 645-3326.
May 27th
The Pleasant Site Cemetery
Homecoming will be on May
•Decoration at
Stantonville Cemetery
Decoration at Stantonville
Cemetery on May 27th.
Please remove all old flowers and take them with you.
Please give your donations to
Shorty Hill or Junior Kiddy
and thank you for your donations.
June 2nd
•Bake Sale
Solitude Free Will Youth
Group will be having a bake
sale at the Piggly Wiggly in
Adamsville on Saturday, June
2nd from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m.
June 3rd
•Curtis Hill Church
Homecoming will be on June
3rd at 10 a.m. This year you
will be blessed with the Bobby
Bowen Family Ministries from
Nashville, TN. They will be
singing from 10:30 a.m. until
12 noon followed with a potluck lunch. So everyone come
by and enjoy some good singing and good food. More information call 731-645-3326.
June 4th-8th
•VBS at First Baptist
Church in Adamsville
First Baptist Church in
Adamsville will be having
their VBS from June 4th – 8th.
Join us for Bible Study, Crafts,
Music, Recreation, Snacks, and
lots of fun! For ages 4 years to
6th grade.
7:45 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.
Breakfast will be served for
kids attending VBS and workers only. VBS will begin at
8:30 a.m. and end at 11:45
a.m. Family Night: Wed. June
6th Free Pizza and Homemade
Ice cream will be served. The
church is located at 222 West
Main St. in Adamsville, TN.
For more information or for
bus pickup for your children
in Adamsville City limits call
the church office at 632-3787
by June 1st.
June 10th
•Annual Love Day
The Cypress Creek 1st
Baptist family will be honoring Pastor Clifford Wynn and
family on June 10th with their
annual “Love” Day. Our guest
speaker for the 2:30 p.m. afternoon service will be Pastor
Christopher Traylor and the
Little Zion Church family from
Corinth, MS. The church if
located at 14 Falcon Street
in Selmer, TN. For questions
please call 731-645-8094.
June 17th
On June 17th at 3 p.m. in the
afternoon Spiritual Messengers
Gospel singing group will be
at Cypress Creek 1st Baptist
Church for a “Father’s Day”
singing. We invite everyone to
come out and enjoy this group
and other invited guests. The
church if located at 14 Falcon
Street in Selmer, TN.
June 23rd
•Praise in the Park
On June 23rd at 2 p.m. at the
John Street Park in Corinth,
MS. The Cypress Creek 1st
Baptist Church will be hosting
“Praise in the Park.” We have
invited numerous churches in
the Corinth, Mississippi area
to fellowship with us on this
day to enhancement our fellowship with each other. We
have asked each church to
bring their praise teams, dance
teams, singers, soloist, step
teams, etc. to come and perform and have fun-filled day.
Other Church Related
News or Meetings
•Service Announcement
Methodist Church is excited to
provide needed transportation
for our community to join us
on Sunday mornings. Praise
service is at 8:30 a.m., Sunday
School classes at 9:30 a.m. and
morning worship 10:45 a.m.
All are welcome, however, we
will need 48-72 hours to get
you placed on our schedule.
All persons will need to fill out
and sign an authorization sheet
in order to be transported on
the church van. The church is
located at 1122 West Cherry
Ave., Selmer, TN. Please join
us by calling the church at 731645-5267 and ask for Laura.
•Worship Service
The First Annual Mother/
Daughter banquet at Sulphur
Springs UMChurch was a huge
success. The ladies enjoyed a
great meal and Ruby Barber
brought a timely devotional. It
was a wonderful opportunity to
honor and remember Mother’s
Day. We welcome you to worship with us each week. We are
located at the corner of Sulphur
Springs and Dunaway Roads.
•Service Announcement
Little Chapel Pentecostal
Church located on Canal Street
in Selmer invites everyone to
attend services at 10 a.m. and 5
p.m. each Sunday and at 7 p.m.
on Thursday nights. Pastor is
Lee Willis.
•Pleasant Site Cemetery
The Pleasant Site Cemetery
would like everyone to remove
any old flowers for mowing and
spring cleaning. Donations are
need for mowing and up keep.
Send donations to: Kathleen
Littlejohn, Treasurer at 3771
Gravel Hill Road, Selmer, TN
•Lakeview Baptist Live
If you are unable to attend
church on Sundays please
watch the Lakeview Baptist
Church service live at 10:05
a.m. and 5:50 p.m. on their
website at Just click on “Watch
Live Video” and then enjoy!
•Service Announcement
Weekly service times for
Cypress Creek 1st Baptist
Community Calendar
Notice: The Clay Wagoner
Memorial Bluegrass Show will
NOT be held in May at the
Community Center nor at the
Buford Pusser Festival. Next
show will be held June 16th at the
Community Center in Adamsville
featuring Lisa Lambert and Pine
Ridge Boys.
May 18th
•Family Night
Woodmen of the World
Family Night will be held
on Friday, May 18th WOW
Lodge 78 will be having
Family Night at the Selmer
Civic Center starting at 6:30
p.m. We’re planning a home
cooked meal with award presentations to follow. All member are encouraged to attend
and bring a guest.
May 19th
•AHS Class of 1972
The AHS Class of 1972 is
planning a 40-year reunion
for May 19th. They are still
missing contact information
for some class members. If
you would like to help with
this event or might know
the addresses of certain
class members contact Linda
Harville at 632-0761, Myra
Brooks at 632-0560 or 6320332.
•Old Iron Club
The Tennessee Old Iron
Club will be at Burnt Church
on Saturday, May 19th during “Farm Day.” Tractors,
mules, etc. will be on display.
Concessions available.
•Fish Fry
Mason Crescent Lodge
#70 will be hosting a fish
fry, Saturday, May 19th. It
will begin at 11 a.m. until ?
Donations are $7/plate. It will
be at the McNairy Alumni
Stop Litter.
LOVE McNairy
Call 731-645-5909 to report
trash on county roads. • Sponsored by TDOT and Keep Tennessee Beautiful
Joe L. Brown
Attorney at Law
419 Main Street
P.O. Box 314
Savannah, TN 38372
Phone 731-925-2202
Fax: 731-925-2263
Community Center, located
at 500 Lipford Rd., Selmer,
May 20th
•Rockabilly Beauty
The Annual Rockabilly
Beauty Pageant will be held
on Sunday, May 20th at
2 p.m. at the Selmer Civic
Center. There will be 12
different age groups ranging from 0-6 months up to
23 years and above. Cost
to participate is $20 before
May 1st, $25 after May 1st,
and $30 on day of pageant.
For more information call
731-607-8788 or email to
[email protected]
May 21st
•AARP Safe Driving
The AARP Safe Driving
Course will be offered at
the McNairy County Senior
Center, 408 Park Avenue,
Adamsville on May 21st-22nd
from 12:20 p.m. until 4:30
p.m. Everyone 50 years of age
or older is invited to attend
the class. Check with your
insurance company to find
out if discounts are available
on your auto premiums. The
8 hour refresher course will be
taught by an AARP Certified
Instructor. Registration fees
will be sponsored by Hardin
County Bank. For further
information or to pre-register
call Cindy Thrasher at 6320302.
May 25th
•Brian Free and
JAF Promotions proudly
presents, “An Evening with
Brian Free & Assurance!”
on Friday, May 25th in
Page 9
Church: Sunday School 9 a.m.,
Service-10:15 a.m., Corporate
Prayer Service-6:30 p.m., and
Bible Study-7 p.m. Pastor
Clifford E. Wynn invites everyone to attend.
•Clear Creek Baptist
Clear Creek Baptist in the
Lawton Community would
like to invite everyone to their
church services. Sunday service
begins at 9:30 a.m. with combined traditional and contemporary music. Sunday school
begins at 10:30 a.m., youth and
evening services begin at 6 p.m.
Wednesday’s services begin at
7 p.m., youth and Adventure
Club for children also begin
at 7 p.m.
Ignite is an Adamsville
area-wide Bible Study for
all teenagers. It is held each
Monday night at 6 p.m. at
the Adamsville First Baptist
• JamZone
Cypress Creek First Baptist
Church JamZone Youth Dept.
has children’s church every
Wednesday night at 7:00
p.m. for youth 0-18 years of
ages. Dinner is served at 6:30
p.m. for all the children who
would like to eat prior to children’s church. JamZone is a
place for children to kick back,
have fun, and learn about
how to become a disciple for
Christ. JamZone has van pickup for anyone who may need a
ride. For more information you
may 645-8094 or 610-1881.
•KIDStuff at
Adamsville First Baptist
KIDStuff at Adamsville First
Baptist Church! Two exciting
programs for children: Pioneer
Club for grades 1 – 4 and Bible
Explorers Club for grades 5
& 6. KIDStuff begins at 6:15
p.m. every Wednesday evening.
Supper at 5:30 p.m., $1 for
children, $3 for youth & adults.
Our bus picks up children from
the AES Afterschool Program.
Bus rider forms are available
in the school office (we cannot
transport your child without
•Beauty Hill
Pentecostal Church services
Beauty Hill Pentecostal
Church invites everyone to
attend services at 10 a.m.
with Pastor Jonathan Tubbs.
Everyone is welcome.
•Safe Harbour Church
God Works Miracles Today!
Testimony service Sundays at 5
p.m. at Safe Harbour Church.
The church is located at 1514
Savannah, TN at the
Hardin County High School
Auditorium beginning at 7:00
p.m. Brian Free is known as
the most awarded tenor in
gospel music and has one of
America’s finest male quartets. Also special guest, Josh
& Ashley Franks will be
appearing. Tickets can be purchased at Community South,
Main Branch in Savannah,
and New Life Christian
Bookstore, Corinth, MS. For
credit card orders or more
information, go to www. or
call 731-607-1948. Doors will
open one hour before concert.
May 26th
•Buford Pusser
Festival Car Show
The 24th Annual Buford
Pusser Festival Car Show will
be Saturday, May 26, 2012
from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. located
behind Jack’s Restaurant in
Adamsville, TN. There will
be 24 classes. There is a $20
entry fee. Best of Show and
Specialty Awards will be presented. For more information,
call Melanie King at 731-697-
Peach Street in Selmer, TN.
No pressure, no preaching, no
money collected, real testimonies, real people and real miracles. 15 minutes of singing and
45 minutes of testimonies. Call
632-1107 to schedule a date to
testify. Others come and hear
what the Lord has done!
•God’s Way Church
You’re invited to services at
10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on
Sunday. Bro. Kerry Sanders
invites everyone to attend. The
church is located at 1121 Peach
Street in Selmer.
•Bethesda Presbyterian
Church Services
Church invites you to our
Sunday services. Adult Sunday
School at 10 a.m. and Worship
Service and Children’s Church
at 11 a.m. Pastor Chris Dancer
and congregation invite everyone to attend.
•Fresh Life Now Classes
Fresh Life Now Classes are
being held every Wednesday
evening at 7:00 p.m. at Life
Wind Covenant Church at 63
Linsey Lane in Selmer. Sunday
services will be held at 10:00
a.m. Come and be blessed
with powerful anointed praise
and worship and learn how to
receive “Fresh Life” now. For
more info, call (731) 614-2715
or (731) 434-0064.
•Support Group
A New Beginning Church
is sponsoring ‘Singles Again’, a
support group for singles due
to death or divorce. The group
will meet the first Thursday of
each month. For more info, call
•Service Announcement
World of Truth Church will
have their Sunday services at
10 a.m. Please come and be
with us and let God change
your life.
•Service Announcement
Refuge Church of Christ
located at 3426 Refuge Road
in Bethel Springs, TN would
like to invite everyone to attend
their services. Sunday service
times are 9:30 a.m. Bible Study,
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship
and 6 p.m. Night Worship.
Wednesday service begins at
7 p.m.
*Fax your church events to 731645-7049 or email to [email protected] These
listings are free. Please keep them
as brief as possible. We are happy
to help promote events for our local
churches in McNairy County. We
also offer discounts to any church
that would like to purchase a block
9149 or email for a [email protected]
See eveNtS, Pg. 10
Southgate Cinemas
410 Florence Rd. • Savannah
Admission: $7.50 Adults • Child $5.50
Sun. Matinee $5.50 • Seniors $5.50
Fri. 5/18 - Thurs. 5/24
FRI. & SAT. ONLY AT 9:15 P.M.
Fri - Sat: 6:55/9:20
Dark Shadows Sunday: 1:55/6:55
,Wed,, Thurs: 6:55
Fri - Sat:
The Dictator Sunday:Sat: 7:05
Mon,Wed, Thurs: 7:05
The Three Fri - Sat: 7:00
Stooges Sunday: 2:00/7:00
Mon,Wed, Thurs: 7:00
Fri - Sat: 6:50/9:25
Battleship Sunday: 1:50/6:50
(PG-13) Mon,Wed, Thurs: 6:50
Fri - Sat: 6:45/9:30
The Avengers Sunday: 1:45/6:45
(PG-13) Mon,Wed, Thurs: 6:45
What To Expect Fri - Sat: 6:50/9:25
When You’re... Sunday: 1:50/6:50
(PG-13) Mon,Wed, Thurs: 6:50
The McNairy County News
Page 10
Thursday, May 17, 2012
events From pg. 9
•White beans and
cornbread dinner
Adamsville Chapter No.
330, Order of the Eastern Star
will be serving a white beans
with ham and cornbread dinner during the Buford Pusser
Festival, Friday, May 25th
and Saturday, May 26th,
2012. Take out plates will be
available. Plates will also be
available at the Lodge Hall,
112 N. Oak Street. Complete
dinner $6.00. Serving will
state at 5 p.m. on Friday.
Saturday serving time will
start at 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Rada Cutlery products will
be available for sale. Stop
by our stand for a meal, for
something cold to drink, to
check out the Cutlery products or just to say hello. We
look forward to seeing you
June 2nd
•McNairy County
Equine Association
The McNairy County
Equine Association show will
be on June 2nd at 7 p.m.
Negative Coggins required.
Call 731-610-2088 or 731343-2014. The next upcoming shows will be June 30th
at 7 p.m. and August 4th at
7 p.m.
June 8th
•Rockabilly Antique
Car Show
The 4th Annual Rockabilly
Antique Car Show will be
Saturday, June 9, 2012 from
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. in downtown Selmer, TN. This car
show is for vehicles thru
1987. No one admitted
before 8:30 a.m. due to 5K
run. There will be no classes,
no judging, everyone receives
a plaque with a picture of
their vehicle in front of the
new 2012 Rockabilly Mural.
There will be 20 Rockabilly
Choice Gas Pump Trophies.
For more information, call
Melanie King at 731-6979149 or email for a flyer
[email protected]
June 12th-15th
•Cub Scout Day Camp
Shiloh District 2012 Cub
Scout Day Camp from June
12th-15th from 8:30 a.m.3 p.m. at the Selmer City
Park. First day check-in on
Tuesday is 8 a.m. to 8:30
a.m. Theme: “Cub Scout
Jedi: Scouting With The
Force.” The park is located
at the intersection of Hwy.
64 and Hwy. 45 in Selmer.
It is also between the campuses of Selmer Elementary
and Selmer Middle School.
All campers, Tot Lot participants, and adults are required
to turn in a completed Part A
and B Annual Health Form
with registration. Parent/
guardian must sign camper
in/out with their Den Leader
each day. Anyone arriving
after 8:30 a.m. or before 3
p.m. must report to Camp
Headquarters before going to
Den. Do not drop camper off
without checking with your
Den Leader. Campers will
only be released to parents
unless prior, written permission is provided. For more
information call Jonathan
Mehr at 731-610-0512 or
[email protected]
July 7th
•AHS Class 1992
The 1992 Adamsville
High School class will be
having their 20th Reunion
on July 7th at Uptown’s in
Savannah, TN. Please call
662-869-3383 for more information.
September 4th
•Alaska Discovery
Land and Cruise
The McNairy County
Senior Center presents:
Alaska Discovery Land and
Cruise featuring a 7-day
Southbound Cruise aboard
the Diamond Princess and
h igh l ight s…Fa i rba n k s,
Stern Wheeler Discovery,
Music of Denali Dinner
Theater, McKinley Express
Rail, Anchorage, Whittier,
Hubbard Glacier, Glacier
Skag way,
Ketchikan, Inside Passage,
Vancouver, B.C., and Seattle,
WA, Departing September
4, 2012, the 13-days adventure will include 21 meals,
transportation to and from
the airport, round air from
Memphis International, Air
taxes, fees and surcharges,
port charges, hotel transfers,
and lodging in Fairbanks,
McK inley,
A nchorage,
Diamond Princess, and
Seattle. For further information, brochure, and pricing
contact Cindy at 632-0302.
Other events or
•Old photos needed
Pictures are needed for
the 2013 McNairy County
Historical Calendar. We
need good, old pictures of
McNairy County before
about 1940, anywhere in
the county, of people, places
and community functions;
pictures of people and places, gone but not forgotten,
showing our way of life. We
prefer pictures that have
not been widely circulated.
Photos of people need to
be at least 75% identified.
The person who submits the
photo that is used on the
calendar front will receive
a free calendar. Pictures
for the 2013 calendar will
be selected by a committee
from the McNairy County
Historical Society. All proceeds go to the Museum and
historical projects. You can
email your picture in jpg to
nanc y [email protected]
com or deliver a good print
to the McNairy County
Museum at 114 N Third St
on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 12 noon to 3
p.m. or mail a good print
to Historical Society, POB
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
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•Summer Reading
Jack McConnico Library,
in compliance with the TN
State Library and Archives,
would like to announce
dream big – read, our summer
reading program for 2012.
Calling all Big Dreamers!
Plan to join us for crafts,
book readings, free food,
and many more fun events.
The child (age 12 and under)
that checks out and reads the
most books from the library
will receive a grand prize!
No previous winners are
eligible for the grand prize.
Events will be June 1st, 8th,
15th and 22nd at 10:30 a.m.
For more information, call
Library Director Norma
Humphries at 731-645-5571.
•Free Computer Class
The Jack McConnico
Library in Selmer is offering free, four sessions per
person computer classes, to
anyone 18 or older. Everyone
is invited to come by the
library to register and receive
details. Classes will be taught
from 5:15 to 7:15 p.m. Please
call library director Norma
Humphries for more info at
•FREE computer
The McNairy County
Senior Center now has free
computer classes and oneon-one training and assistance available each Tuesday
and Wednesday from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m. Free Wi-Fi is also
available for your personal
use. For further information
call 632-0302.
•GED Classes
Need a job? No High
School Diploma! We can
by the Adult Education
Center at 701 Industrial
Park Rd. in Selmer or call
us at 731-645-5386.
will help you get your GED,
improve your academic skills,
enhance your employability
and prepare you for higher
•FREE Computer
The Irving Meek Library
in Adamsville is hosting
free computer classes each
Tuesday and Thursday from
4 to 6 p.m. They invite all
ages to attend. They will
provide all levels of instruction from beginners on up to
•Selmer Lions Club
The Selmer Lions Club
meets every 2nd and 4th
Tuesday of each month at the
Southern Taste Restaurant in
Selmer at noon. Their mission is to serve our community through providing assistance to those with vision
problems. All members are
urged to attend.
•2012 Travel
Selmer Senior Center is
offering several wonderful
trips for 2012, something
for everyone. May 1-5 “Ride
the Rails” in West Virginia
•AA Meetings
AA meetings are held at
Purdy Rd. & Forrest St. in
Selmer on Wednesday at
8 p.m. and Saturday at 8
p.m. For more info, contact
731-439-2240, 439-2274 or
Meryl Rice
For State Senate
Kick-off Rally
With Refreshments, Music, & Speakers
from 6-8 p.m.
A Caravan of Supporters Will Leave the
McNairy County Courthouse
at 5:00 p.m.
Paid For By Friends of Meryl Rice
Come by Lynnfield Place
and visit with Mr. Burns and listen
to his music. Mr. Burns, who is 98,
performed Country Western Swing
Music with his band, The Ranch
Boys, which included Sonny James,
on WHBQ Channel 13 in Memphis.
With quality care for seniors in a
nurturing, home-like setting, assisted
living now offers more freedom and
support than ever before.
•Medication Assistance
•Social Activities
•Nurse Supervised Staff
•Nearby Medical Facilities
•24 Hour Assistance
•Laundry • Housekeeping
Freddie Burns
Lynnfield Place Assisted Living
“The Next Best Thing to Home”
Call Pam Durbin Hatcher Owner/Administrator at 731-646-0064
150 High School Road • Selmer, Tennessee
610-0138. Meetings are also
being held at First United
Methodist Church located on
Hwy. 64 W. in Selmer on
Monday and Thursday at 8
•Al-Anon Meetings
There will be a weekly
meeting of Al-Anon on every
Monday evening in Savannah
at the First Methodist
Church on Main Street. Call
607-0008 for info.
•••• Fax your events for our
community calendar to 731-6457049 or e-mail them to [email protected]
Birthday Announcement
•Multiple Sclerosis
Support Group
McNair y
County ASK (Alive & Still
Kicking) MS Support Group.
If you, a family member, or
a friend suffers from this
unpredictable, incurable disease, join us for a time to
share and learn. You aren’t
alone. Sometimes talking
and listening to others who
share your same symptoms is
the best medicine. Caregivers
of MS patients are also welcome. Affiliated with the
National MS Society, we
meet at 6:00 p.m. on the
last Tuesday of every month,
at the Adamsville Senior
Center, Park Ave, Adamsville,
TN. For more information
please call Brandi at (731)
at Big Daddy’s Restaurant
On Highway 64 in Whiteville, TN
(in Piggly Wiggly shopping center)
Bingo at Adamsville
Adamsville Healthcare,
formerly known as TriCounty, is hosting a community-wide bingo night each
3rd Tuesday of the month.
The time is from 6:30 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. Admission is free
and donations are excepted.
All ages are invited.
has limited space available
and a deposit of $100 is due
June 1 – 3 is a
trip to Renfro Valley, KY,
which will include 4 fabulous
shows, cost is $450. August
25-September 5 is a wonderful cruise/land tour of beautiful Alaska. More details and
pricing are available upon
request. October 20-26 we
will be on our way to San
Antonio, TX for a fun filled
trip including one night in
New Orleans, LA. Cost is
$989 with a $100 deposit
due by July 2nd. November
26-28 we will get a start on
the holiday season with a trip
to Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg
for some fun, shows and
shopping. Cost is $379 with
a $100 deposit due by August
10th. For more information
on any of these great trips
contact Hollie Knight at 731645-7843.
Thursday, May 24th
Nita’s Sewing World
2003 Wayne Road, Savannah
957, Selmer, Tenn. The cutoff date for pictures is Friday,
May 18, 2012. Thank you for
helping us preserve McNairy
County’s history.
Look Who’s Turning 1
and Into Everything
Jeffrey Leelynn Crews
Jeffrey will celebrate his first birthday, on his actual
birthday at the Selmer City Park on Sunday, May 20th
at 4 p.m.
Jeffrey is the son of Jimmy and Crystal Crews of
Stantonville, TN. His proud grandparents are Granddaddy
Randy and Grammy Melvene Crews of Dyersburg, TN and
Papa Jeffery and Nana Jammie Roberson of Stantonville,
May 5, 2012
Wendy Gortney & Gary Wright
June 9, 2012
Lisa Miller & Cody Smith
June 16, 2012
Heather Owens and Tony Johnson
June 30, 2012
Jennifer Brown & Chad Timbes
August 11, 2012
Mary Lauren Walden & Daniel Teague
Amber Leonard (May)
April Riley (June)
Vine & Branches
1140 W. Court Ave. • Selmer, TN
James M. Hoover, DDS welcomes
Dr. Heath A. Robertson
Dr. Heath A. Robertson (left) is
welcomed by Dr. James Hoover
to his dental practice at 720 East
Main Street in Adamsville (East Main
Dr. Robertson, son of Pam and Mark
Robertson of the Saltillo area, is a
graduate of Hardin County High School.
After his undergraduate degree from
Middle Tennessee State University he
received his Doctor of Medical Dentistry
degree from University of Alabama at
Birmingham. He will be offering most
dental services including fillings,
extractions, root canals, gum
treatment, veneers, crowns, bridges, partials, dentures, bleaching, implants and eventually
orthodontics. Dr. Robertson will begin seeing patients June 18.
James M. Hoover, DDS
General and Cosmetic Dentistry
720 East Main Street • Adamsville, TN 38310
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (lunch 12-1) & Friday 8 a.m.-Noon
Phone 731-632-4754
The McNairy County News
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Page 11
North Central McNairy
County Happenings
By: Brenda Chapman
Contributing Writer
Romans 8:38-39, “ For I
know that nothing can keep us
from the love of God. Death
cannot! Life cannot! Angels cannot! Leaders cannot! Any other
power cannot! Hard things now
or in the future cannot! The
world above or the world below
cannot! Any other living thing
cannot keep us away from the
love of God which is ours through
Christ Jesus our Lord.”
WOW!! Nothing going
snatch you away from God’s
hand, if you are a child of
Purdy Trade Days is just
nearly here. June 1-2 is the
time. You will find at least
one thing you’ll be interested in like; arts, crafts,
food venders, flea market,
yard sales and music. Also,
rumor has it there may be a
car/truck show, a motorcycle
run and maybe a trail ride
to come into town sometime
during the day on Saturday.
Hey, they can pull this all
off; remember “Wings”
came in for a landing at Joe
David’s grand opening of the
Purdy Store. Keep watching
McNairy County News as
the date nears.
A mighty man and worker
of God went to be with the
Lord on Monday morning.
Our prayers and thoughts are
with the Larron King family
today. His funeral will ne
Thursday, May 17th at 1:00
p.m. at First Baptist Church
in Selmer, TN.
Mr. Smarty tells everyone
he meets on the streets, that
those vegetables are going to
kill Brenda and he can prove
it. How? Because I had open
heart surgery and vegetables
is all I eat. Hey, it’s been
over 15 years since I had
heart surgery! Just sitting
here now waiting on John
Ross Gage’s squash to get big
enough to eat. Already had
green onions and radishes
from Bro. Randy. Yummy!
The FFBC Youth have a
project going that is going
to benefit the veggie folks
out here. They have planted
a Community Garden under
the leadership of Morris &
Rena Wilson and expert
guidance from John Ross.
Now, isn’t that just about the
bestest idea ever? Morris and
Rena are wonderful youth
teachers and leaders. We
really appreciate all they do
for the kids and with the
By this time next week,
school will be out. Oh no!!
What’re we going to do with
all the “I’m bored”? Idea
here! We can send then up to
Randy & Tonya’s and Neal
& Brenda’s. Here’s betting
they’d be calling for a bus
ticket home in a matter of
a few days, after they work
them over a day or two.
Maybe they should have
planted a few acres of cotton.
Remember those days? Don’t
much believe they would say
a word about being “bored”!
Smarty says what is wrong
with kids these days is computers and cotton patches.
Too many computers and not
enough cotton patches.
Smarty and son, Smarter
and grandson, Smartest are
breaking a young pair of
mules. They are young and
Bett’s going be some kind
of unhappy when she finds
this out! She remains on her
extended stay over at Stanley
& Helen’s. Really, I personally feel she and Mable have
become good friends and it’s
hard to leave her.
Vera Reed, where have you
& David been? You’ll are
missing out in this muleskinning event? Seems like
you need to be overseeing
these guys, to make sure the
new girls are treated good.
Spot does not miss a trip.
He loves mules MUCH better than Randy Smith! Oh,
yes! The new girls’ names
are Bessie & Ada. Andy says
that Ada is the sweet one.
Mother’s Day was another
great Sunday at Forty Forks!
Mr. Lloyd began the celebration with a song, “The
Comfort of Her Wings”.
Then Ms. Becky & the children gave every Mother/
Lady a gift. Ms. Wanda
Carroll was recognized as
oldest Mother, April Gantt
was the youngest Mom and
Helen Chambers was honored for the most children
present. Jeremy Whitten
ended the celebration with
a piano solo, “Word of God
Speak”. Jeremy is Morris and
Rena Wilson’s son-in law. He
is married to Holly Wilson
Whitten and they have
two beautiful girls, Blair &
Bro. Randy’s sermon was
another biblical truth centered on Mother’s, beginning with Eve, from the
book of Genesis. He spoke
of how God created Eve from
Adam’s side to be his helpmate and chose her to be the
first mother. Randy pointed
out with great emphasis that,
according to God’s words
and His law that marriage
and procreation is between,
one man and one woman!
There is no other way!
FFBC is so blessed to
have a man of God like Bro.
Randy Smith. He preaches
only from The Word of God,
which is the Holy Bible. Like
it or not it will always be the
truth! Randy will be the first
one to tell you he preaches
to himself, as well as the
church body and sometimes
it’s not easy stepping on your
own toes. Thank you Randy
& Becky!
Bro. Randy was present
when Dr. Dolan came out
of the operating room and
said Smarts was “weird”.
Smarty had a hay-day when
the cardiologist said that
Randy was “abnormal”! He
said Forty Forks was in bad
shape if the piano player was
“weird” and the preacher was
“abnormal.” But praise God
Bro. Randy’s test was wonderful good news! However,
Dr. Dolan’s surgery fixed the
piano player’s hand, just not
his head! Smarty said that
there might not be anything
that can be done for Bro.
Randy’s abnormal status,
which part of it is that he
don’t like mules and that is
very abnormal.
Rudy & Judy Moore of
Finger, were spotted eating
Mother’s Day, at the popular restaurant, Whisker’s
Catfish, in Henderson.
advertises with The McNairy
County News. Watch for
their ad!
Take the time this week
to call on the One that
gives us hope and peace.
We have the promises of the
God Almighty! He will never
leave us alone! NEVER!
Movie Review
Exciting Films
Coming Soon
for Movie
A film I am looking forward
to which is just around the
corner is based on the book
“Savages” by Don Winslow.
Winslow is a great writer using
exceptional dialogue to hook
the reader, and the film is
directed by Oliver Stone.
The story involves three
friends in California in the illegal drug business. The three
friends are Taylor Kitsch,
Aaron Johnson, and Blake
Lively. Taylor Kitsch plays
an ex-seal with deadly skills.
Aaron Johnson plays a college graduate who majored in
Business and Botany. He is also
a philanthropist. Blake Lively
plays their love interest. Rumor
has it Stone will return to
rough and tough action he used
in some of his earlier films.
“The Amazing Spider Man”
will be coming this summer.
Spidey will probably have a
huge box office audience.
“The Dark Knight Rises”
This may be Batman’s last
adventure. However, predictions seem to think it is going
to be a large box office hit.
Hollywood will probably find a
way to bring the Bat back.
“Argo” is based on a true
story on the Iran revolution in
the late 70’s. The CIA teams
up with Hollywood in order
to travel to Iran and rescue
six hostages while pretending
to be filming a movie. Ben
Affleck stars and directs this
film. If “The Town” was a film
the reader enjoyed, this may
be another hit for movie goers.
Affleck directed and starred
in “The Town” also. This will
open after the summer hits.
Another one I am waiting
for is “Django Unchained.”
It is directed by Tarantino. I
must see anything Tarantino
does. His dialogue is sharp,
tough, strong, and real. The
conversations taking place
gives the audience edge of the
seat tension. The movie stars
Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel
L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz,
Kerry Washington, and Jamie
Fox. It is set in the pre Civil
War era. The film uses the
Spaghetti Western theme. It
means lots of shoot’em ups,
plenty of fights, and strong dialogue. Basically the Spaghetti
Westerns began in the 60’s
with Sergio Leone. The name
came from the fact most were
made by Italians. Remember
“The Man with No Name,” “A
Fistfull of Dollars,” and “The
Good The Bad and The Ugly”
umm sounds familiar.
Django Unchained” will
be controversial because of its
theme. We will probably see
some very graphic and horrible
scenes which unfortunately
some of the events were based
on truth, if what I read about
it is factual. This film opens on
Christmas Day.
“The Bourne Legacy” We
have a new Jason Bourne. Do
not worry if you viewed “The
Town,” the Bourne character
should be up to par. Jeremy
Renner played one tough guy
in “The Town.” Jeremy Renner
plays Jason Bourne. He convinced the audience he was
the character in “The Town.” I
have high hopes he will do the
same in this Bourne film.
Of course, I have not mentioned all of the films coming
our way in the near future.
We will have lots of adventure,
The Next give away will be on June 28th at the new location-445 Farber St., Adamsville.
245 Lake Levee Rd. • Henderson, TN
Grading scale:
✮✮✮✮✮+ - good as it gets
✮✮✮✮✮ - don’t miss
✮✮✮✮ - excellent
✮✮✮ - good
✮✮ - fair
✮ - poor
no stars - don’t bother
The Davis family would
like to thank everyone who
attended the birthday celebration for our mother Mrs.
Cornelius (Corney) Davis.
We also would like to thank
everyone for all of the gifts
and kind words. She was
thrilled to see all of her old
friends and family without
all of you it would not have
been a success again. Thank
you so much.
The Davis family
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Food Give Away for the Needy in McNairy County
Thursday, May 24, 2012
8:30 a.m. until all food is given away
445 Farber St., Adamsville
Corner of Farber and Walnut Street
Across from the Tri-County Nursing Home and
Adamsville Community Center
We plan to have this program available every month,
watch paper for date.
Sponsored: Mid-South Food Bank and McNairy County
Loaves and Fishes
Terry Burns is a lifelong
movie buff and is employed by
the McNairy County Board of
Education. He can be contacted
at [email protected]
Thank You
Monthly income below $2,700 for a family of four. (Bring
pay stub or Food Stamp Card)
Need picture ID or Social Security Card
Bring utility bill stub (showing you live in McNairy
Only one box of food, per household or address
First come, first serve until all food is given away.
loud noises, fights, shootings,
cartoons, comedies, drama,
documentaries, science fiction,
animation, and all the genres
we can think about.
It appears to me movie
goers will have a variety of
entertainment to choose from
in the next several months if
they so desire. See you at the
movies - or not. You decide. I
really think it is going to be
a great year for all kinds of
entertainment and escapism.
Leave behind stress, backstabbing, smart remarks, negativism, or just take a break from
kindness, helpfulness, positive remarks, fun, and go to
the movies for more pleasurable activities, and entertainment just like you get at work.
Whatever the case see ya at the
Joe’s Shoes
to all who made our
Grand Opening a success!
Quality, Service & Expert Fit!
PHONE 662-286-8064
Sat. 8:30 a
a.m. to 5:30 p
Sun. 1 p.m.
m. to 5 p.m.
“Best Catfish” “Best Choice” “Best View”
Join Us For Our “All You Can Eat” Catfish Buffet
with Deep Fried Catfish, White Beans, Homemade Coleslaw,
Hushpuppies, French Fries, Homemade Chocolate & Peach Cobbler,
Salad Bar & More. (Bev. Extra)
ONLY $6.99
“All You Can Eat” Seafood Buffet
Featuring on the Buffet, “SNOW” Crab Legs, Peel-Um & Eat-Um Shrimp,
FROG LEGS, Fried Shrimp, Crayfish, Clam Strips, Fried Chicken,
Hushpuppies & More! Salad Bar, Fruit Bar, all included. (Bev. extra)
ONLY $16.99
Served from 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Brunch, Served with Five (5) Entrees,
(4) or more Vegetables, Rolls, Fruit & Salad Bar. (Bev. extra)
ONLY $9.99
8 oz. Ribeye, choice of Potato & Salad Bar
WE WILL BE OPEN MEMORIAL DAY 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.!!!
Hours: Fri. 4 p.m.-9 p.m. • Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. • Sun. 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
S i li i iin Light/Heavy
Duty Industrial Footwear
•Work & Western Boots
•Safety & Non-Safety Styles
•Slip-On and Lace-Up
•Waterproof, Insulated
& Non-Insulated
•Met Guard Safetyy Boots
A Special Thanks to
family, friends, employees
and contractors who made
it a success.
Cold Beer
Deli Sandwiches and Deli Items
Groceries and Convenience Store Items
336 Gann Road • 731-645-5501
The McNairy County News
Page 12
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Chicken Fried
•3/4 cup vegetable oil
•1 1/2 pounds beef round,
trimmed and cut into 4
(6-ounce) pieces (butcher can
•1 1/2 cups all-purpose
flour, divided
•Kosher salt and freshly
ground black pepper
•3 eggs, beaten with 2
tablespoons water
•2 cups milk
Add the oil to a large heavy
bottomed skillet, over medium heat.
Meanwhile, prepare the
beef by pounding each piece
to tenderize. Put 1 1/4 cups
of the flour in a shallow dish
and season well with salt and
pepper, to taste. Add the egg
mixture to a shallow dish and
season with salt and pepper,
to taste. Dredge the steaks
in seasoned flour, shaking off
any excess, then dip them in
the egg mixture and back into
the flour.
Once oil is hot, add the
steaks and fry until golden,
about 3 to 4 minutes per
side. Be sure to not overcrowd
the pan and do in batches, if
necessary. Remove the fried
steaks to a paper towel lined
dish and set aside. Sprinkle
the remaining 1/4 cup of flour
into the cooking oil and whisk
until fully incorporated. Cook
over medium-high heat until
just slightly darker in color,
about 3 minutes. While
whisking, pour the milk in a
slow steady stream. Bring to a
boil, then reduce the heat and
simmer until thick, another 5
to 6 minutes. Taste the gravy
for seasoning and adjust as
necessary. Arrange the steaks
on serving plates with the
gravy spooned over the top.
Enjoy immediately.
Beef Stroganoff
•2 pounds top sirloin roast,
•Kosher salt and fresh
cracked black pepper
•3 tablespoons garlic
infused olive oil
•1 onion, chopped
•2 cups good quality beef
•1 1/2 cups sour cream
Cut the beef against the
grain into narrow 2-inch long
strips about 1/2-inch thick.
Pat dry and season with salt
and pepper, to taste. In a
large saute pan, heat 2 tablespoons of the infused olive
oil over medium-high heat.
Add the prepared beef and
brown on all sides, about 3 to
5 minutes. Remove the meat
from the pan and set aside.
Add another tablespoon oil
to saute pan, if needed, and
add the onions. Cook until
light golden, stirring and adding 1/4 cup of beef stock to
deglaze the pan. Stir in the
remaining beef stock and the
beef with any resting juices
back to the skillet and simmer for 10 minutes. Stir in
the sour cream and just heat
Adamsville Cub Scout Pack participate
in soap box derby
through, do not boil. Taste
for seasoning and adjust, as
necessary. Transfer the stroganoff to a serving platter
and serve.
Baked Pork
Chops in OnionSour Cream
•4 -6 pork chops
•1 tablespoon flour
•1 (1 1/4 ounce) package
Lipton Onion Soup Mix
•2 1/4 cups boiling water
•1 cup sour cream
Preheat oven to 350
Brown chops and move to a
9x13 baking dish.
Leave 1 tablespoon drippings in pan. Add to pan the
flour and onion soup mix.
Blend in water. Pour over
chops in baking dish.
Cover with foil and bake
for 30 minutes.
Uncover and continue to
bake for another 30 minutes.
Remove pan from oven.
Remove chops from pan to
serving dish and then add in
the sour cream to the liquid
in the pan to make gravy.
Serve immediately.
Serve with potatoes or
Photo submitted
Pack 234 Spring Cub-o-ree attendees celebrate their first place victory in the soap box derby competition with
a trophy.
Adamsville Cub Scout Pack 234 soap box derby racers bested the competition from other packs in the Shiloh District to be the
Spring 2012 Cub-o-ree champions at the recent wild-west themed weekend camp experience at Horse Creek Wildlife and Animal
Sanctuary, Savannah. Each light-weight soap box car was pushed by four scouts while another manned the interior of the craft.
Trophies were awarded for first, second, third places and best of show.
Selmer Pack 32 wins Mullins earns Modern
Shiloh District Pack Woodmen scholarship
of the Year 2011
Chocolate Cherry
•3/4 cup dried cherries
•2 cups boiling water
•3-1/2 cups chocolate ice
cream, softened
•3/4 cup miniature semisweet chocolate chips
•1 chocolate crumb crust
(9 inches)
•Hot fudge ice cream topping and maraschino cherries,
Place dried cherries in a
small bowl; cover with boiling
water. Let stand for 5 minutes; drain.
In a large bowl, combine
the ice cream, chocolate chips
and cherries. Spread into
crust. Cover and freeze until
Slice; drizzle each piece
with fudge topping and garnish with a maraschino cherry if desired.
Wonton Kisses
•24 milk chocolate kisses
•24 wonton wrappers
•Oil for frying
•Confectioners’ sugar
Place a chocolate kiss in
the center of a wonton wrapper. (Keep remaining wrappers covered with a damp
paper towel until ready to
use.) Moisten edges with
water; fold opposite corners
together over candy kiss and
press to seal. Repeat.
In an electric skillet, heat
1 in. of oil to 375°. Fry wontons for 2-1/2 minutes or until
golden brown, turning once.
Drain on paper towels. Dust
with confectioners’ sugar.
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Alan Youngerman Shiloh District executive, Dan Way
Committee Chariman, Johnathan Mehr Cub Master.
APSU Awards Degrees To Students
From McNairy County Area
Austin Peay State University hosted its 83rd Spring Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 4, in the campus’ Dunn Center.
More than 1,000 students were awarded degrees, including the following individuals from the McNairy County area:
• Jessica N. Wilson, bachelor of science.
Bar-B-Que & Grill
Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. • Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Closing Tuesday, May 8th
as we make our move
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
Page 13
BSES Students Pull for The Memorial erected to honor
Ronald McDonald House Cheyenne Henderson
Photo submitted
Pictured is Mrs. Linda Dennie’s Second Grade Class with the pop tabs that they have
collected this school year.
Submitted by: Christie
BSES Campus Reporter
Bethel Springs Elementary
School students are participating in the Pop Tab program to support the Ronald
McDonald House. The little,
seemingly insignificant tab
you pull to open your alumi-
num cans helps the Ronald
McDonald House provide a
safe and comfortable place
families can call “home”
while their children recover
in nearby hospitals.
The Pop Tab program is
an environmentally smart,
community friendly program
which focuses on separating
the pull tab from the aluminum beverage cans. The tab
Photos submitted
This is the memorial the
sixth grade has erected
at the elementary school
in memory of Cheyenne
Henderson, their classmate who died in a house
fire. They held a dedication ceremony last Friday.
is a higher grade of aluminum than the can, resulting
in higher dollar return per
pound of cans.
The pop tabs are recycled
and the proceeds go directly
to families in need who are
staying at the house. Anyone
and everyone can collect pop
tabs! It’s easy, fun, and a great
project for schools and community groups.
Rotary Scholarships presented
Karen Lange, President of The Selmer Rotary Club, presented Rotary Scholarships to outstanding students at both McNairy County High Schools!
The Selmer Rotary Club is proud of the entire 2012 graduating class! We wish them well with
their post-secondary education and future endeavors!
Photo submitted
Rotary Club President Karen Lange (center) presented Rotoary scholarships to AHS
seniors Chelsea Franks (left) and Victoria Johnson (right).
earns full
Brianne Knight, a
graduate of Adamsville
JR/SR High School is the
recipient of the Adamsville
Alumni, Mary Lou Johnson,
Simon & Lessie Bell, &
TN Hope Lottery scholarships valued at $21,250
collectively. She was also
recently selected to receive
the DREAM Scholarship
from Middle TN State
University. As an award
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the university. Brianne was
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years at Martin Methodist
College. She will attend
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We are very proud of
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wish you the best as you
embark on your journey to
pursue your dreams.
Love, your family &
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Rotary scholarship recipients at MCHS were, (L to R): Sarah Beth Stephens, Haley
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Norlecia Harris.
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Clara Bodiford
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Submitted by: Christie
BSES Campus Reporter
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Prevention coloring contest
during April for Child Abuse
Prevention Month. First and
second graders attending
Bethel Springs Elementary
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it should not hurt to be a
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Michie announces Valedictorian
and Co-Salutatorians
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
Congiardo advances to state
AHS’ Gean &
Wilson are region
Coach Michael Harvill and
three of his Lady Cardinal tennis players traveled to Memphis
on Monday for Region
8A-AA tennis competition.
Adamsville’s Darby Congiardo
competed in the singles competition while Allie Gean and
Maddie Wilson took part in
In her opening match,
Congiardo defeated Angeleane
Blue of Memphis Middle
College; 6-3, 6-1. The win set
up a rematch with Alice Nelson
of Sacred Heart who had beaten her for the district title the
week before. Congiardo had her
game on Monday as she defeated Nelson 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 to win
the region title and advance
to the state tournament in
Photo by Tom Evans
Darby Congiardo will be
the first Lady Cardinal in
the history of the school
to advance to the state
Murfreesboro next week.
In doubles action, Gean
and Wilson got a win in their
opening match over Pleas and
Daniels of Middle College; 6-0,
6-0, setting a rematch of the
district championship match
with Julea Tignor and Kennedy
Brookefield of TCA. Tignor
and Brookefield prevailed again
as they won the match; 6-1, 6-3
to claim the region title and
advance to the state tournament.
“I can’t say enough about the
girls and what they were able
to accomplish this year,” said
Coach Michael Harvill. “I am
very proud of them. Maddie
and Allie have a bright future
ahead of them in tennis, and
they are just freshmen. Now
we are going to try to get Darby
ready for state. She is the first
girl in Adamsville tennis history to make it to state, so this
is very special. She’s had a great
year and now we want to take it
to a state level.”
Darby will open the state
tournament against the Region
2 champion next Thursday at
noon. Matches will be played
at Old Fort Community Park
tennis courts in Murfreesboro.
Good Luck, Darby!
Photo by Tom Evans
Adamsville’s Maddie Wilson
(top) and Allie Gean (above)
were district and region
runner-ups in doubles.
Bobcats win district & region
MCHS one win
from state berth
It took the McNairy
Central Bobcats a long time
to finally win another district
championship, but they got it
done last Thursday night at
South Side as they defeated
Lexington 3-1.
The last district title for
the Bobcats came way back
in 1987. The Bobcats topped
that one on Wednesday
when they captured their
first region championship in
school history as they rallied
to beat Covington 8-6 after
trailing 5-1 going into the
With the win, they
improved to 28-10-1 on the
season, another school first
for most wins in a season. The
previous record was 26.
The Bobcats will host
Memphis Fairley on Friday
at 1 p.m. and a win will
put them in the state tournament, which would set anoth-
er record because the Bobcats
have never made it to state.
“I’m proud of the guys
and the way they are playing
right now,” said Coach Brian
Franks. “I think we’ve got the
whole community excited and
pulling for us.”
The win over Covington
on Wednesday was huge as
it gave the Bobcats a home
game in sub-state action on
The score was tied 1-1
after two innings of play.
Covington went on to take a
5-1 lead in the third. In the
fifth the Bobcats came alive
and plated 5 runs to go up
6-5. They plated 2 more runs
in the sixth to lead 8-5.
Covington got a leadoff
homer to open the seventh,
but the Bobcat defense and
pitcher Dakota Roden closed
the door and the celebration
“We just have to keep playing like we’re playing and
take it one game at a time,”
See BoBCATS, Pg. 17
Photo by Tom Evans
The Bobcat baseball team is pictured after winning the Region 7-AA Championship on Wednesday afternoon following an 8-6 come-from-behind win over Covington. This was the first region championship in school history.
Loss to TCA ends Cardinals’ season
AHS finished
The Adamsville Cardinals
watched their season come to
an end last Thursday night
with a 9-5 loss to Trinity
Christian Academy in the
District 15-A Tournament
at TCA. The Cardinals fell
behind 5-0 in the first two
innings and could not recover.
“This was a disappointing
conclusion to our season as
we felt we had a great shot to
get back to region and state,”
said Coach Steven Lambert.
“Our defense, which had
been pretty good all year
let us down in this game.
We had 4 errors, 3 of them
with two outs and we gave
up 6 unearned runs. Hats off
to Drew Griswell who came
in to pitch in the third and
held TCA in check to give us
MCHS’ Chandler signs with Bethel College
Photo by Tom Evans
Adamsville’s Kasey Hurley (5) turned in a great pitching
performance but it wasn’t enough to get past Riverside
on Wednesday night in the District 15-A tournament
at TCA.
Photo by Tom Evans
Pictured with Blake are his parents Tracey and Teresa Chandler. Standing in back are, from left to right:
Bobcat Assistant Coach Ken Hutcherson, Bobcat Head Coach Brian Franks, Bethel College Head Coach Rusty
Thompson, Bethel Assistant Will Cripps, Blake’s brother Matt, and grandfather Merle Dancer.
McNairy Central’s Blake
Chandler will take his baseball talents to the college
level in the fall after signing
a scholarship with Bethel
College in McKenzie on
Chandler was recruited as
a pitcher for the Wildcats.
He is currently 6-3 on the
season with 1 save and has
an ERA of 1.71. At the plate,
he is hitting .362 with 33
RBIs and 18 doubles.
“Blake is a great player, a
great person, and he will be
a great addition to Bethel’s
team,” said Coach Brian
Franks. “He’s made some
big plays for us this season
and has been a great senior
Bethel head coach Rusty
Thompson, a former standout at Hardin County, said
he was excited to sign a player with Chandler’s ability.
“Blake can step in and
help us right away,” said
Coach Thompson. “We’re
really excited that he chose
to become a Wildcat.”
Bethel College, which
is located in McKenzie is
a member of the NAIA.
Congratulations Blake!
a chance to rally. I’m proud
that we fought back, but we
just couldn’t catch up. TCA
is a good young team that
made several big defensive
plays to stop us.”
The Cardinals suffered
their first loss in the tournament the previous night
when the dropped a 5-0 decision to Riverside, last year’s
Class A State Champions.
The game was scoreless until
the fifth when Riverside put
5 runs across the plate.
“We wasted a great pitching performance by Kasey
Lambert. “Kasey pitched
great and we played great
defense, but just couldn’t do
anything with our bats.”
The Cardinals finish the
season with an overall record
of 18-16-1.
Neither team scored for the
first four and a half innings.
Riverside finally got going
in the bottom of the fifth
when they plated 5 runs.
The Cardinals were unable
to score and managed only 2
base hits for the game.
Josh Chappell and Montell
Johnson each had a single for
Adamsville’s only hits. Kasey
Hurley was the tough-luck
loser on the mound.
In a win or go home game
the Cardinals allowed TCA 2
See CARDS, Pg. 17
The McNairy County News
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Page 17
Selmer Unified Soccer Awards banquet
Cards From pg. 16
runs in the top of the first and
3 in the second to fall behind
5-0. TCA added 4 more runs
in the fifth to up their lead
to 9-0.
Adamsville finally got a
run in the sixth to make it
9-1 and then picked up 4 in
their final at bat to make the
final score 9-5. Errors hurt the
Cardinals as they made 4 for
the game and three of those
came with two outs. They
also stranded six runners.
Jalen Kendall was the losing pitcher. Jacob Wallis was
1 for 3 with a home run and
an RBI. He scored twice. John
Reed Odom went 1 for 3 with
2 RBIs. Jalen Kendall was 1
for 3 with a run scored and an
RBI. Hunter McSwain went 1
for 3 and scored a run. Kasey
Hurley was 1 for 4 and scored
a run.
Photo by Gina Lamberth
Pctured are, from left to right: Hayse Barnes, Evan Lamberth, Dalton Allen, JD Farner, Edgar Macias, Anthony
Wheeler, Luke Glover, Gage Baker, Tyler Johnson, and Cody Moore. Back row: Coach Alek Floyd, Allen Bright,
Cade Suggs, Giovanni Fucito, Lorenzo Clark, Hayden Smith, Paker Wheeler, and Jesse Magill.
Selmer Unified Soccer held their
awards banquet at Selmer Middle
School on Thursday, May 10th.
Receiving awards were:
Photo by Tom Evans
Cardinal catcher Hunter McSwain (19) chases a low and
outside ball.
First year letterman awards: Tyler Johnson, Cody
Moore, Hayse Barnes, J D Farner, Dalton Allen, Gage Baker.
Rookie of the year: Evan Lamberth
Never Back down: Luke Glover
Most Improved: Cade Suggs
Best Hustle: Anthony Whitaker
Most Versatile: Lorenzo Clark
Best goal keeper : Jesse Magill
Best offensive player: Hayden Smith
Best defensive player: Allen Bright
3rd year player Most Aggressive: Edgar Macias
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said Coach Franks. “We have
the talent to do it and we’re
playing some good baseball
right now. Our goal was to
win the state championship and with one more win
we’ll have a chance to get to
Murfreesboro and see if we
can do it.”
District Championship
With Lexington needing to
beat the Bobcats twice to win
the District 14-AA title the
Bobcats made some noise early
as they scored 2 runs in the
first inning. Lexington had the
bases loaded in the first with one
out, but Dakota Roden struck
out the next two batters to end
the threat. Lexington finally
scored a run in the third, but
the Bobcats answered to build a
3-1 lead. That would be the final
runs of the game as the Bobcats
held on to win 3-1.Lexington got
a base runner on a walk in the
seventh and brought the tying
run to the plate, but Dakota
Roden struck out the next batter
to end the game.
Roden went the distance,
giving up 5 hits and striking
out 7. Austin Gafford went 2
for 3 with a double and 2 RBIs.
Blake Chandler went 1 for 3.
Dakota Roden had an RBI on a
sacrifice fly.
Region First Round
The Bobcats got some early
momentum in the bottom of the
first when they scored 2 runs
with two outs. Blake Chandler
singled and Dakota Roden
reached on an error. Austin
Gafford followed with a double
to right-center that scored courtesy runner Jacob Mullins and
Roden. Craig Mullins then followed with a double that scored
Roden to make it 3-0.
The game stayed 3-0 until
the bottom of the sixth, when
the Bobcats added an insurance run. Matt Chandler scored
on a bases loaded walk to put
the Cats up 4-0. Dyersburg
led off the top of the seventh
with a base hit, but pitcher
Blake Chandler was able to get
the next three batters and the
Bobcats began their celebration.
Chandler went the distance
striking out 5 and allowing just
3 hits. He didn’t walk a batter.
Brady Dancer went 2 for 2.
Matt Chandler was 1 for 2 and
scored a run. Austin Gafford
was 1 for 3 with a double and 2
RBIs. Craig Mullins went 1 for
3 with an RBI double. Marcus
Nash went 1 for 4. Dakota
Roden had an RBI.
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
AHS’ Lambert stepping down
Adamsville High School
Lambert has decided to step
down as the Cardinals head
baseball coach, but will continue to teach at the school.
Lambert has been head
coach since 2000 and has
compiled an overall record
of 230-233-1 in his twelve
seasons. His teams have won
a region championship (2006)
and advanced to the state
tournament in 2010.
The Cardinals have made
three sub-state appearances
during his tenure.
Coach Lambert says he
decided to step down to
spend more time with his
family and also due to some
health concerns for his father,
who recently had a stroke,
and his mother-in-law, who is
battling cancer.
“I want to thank the AHS
administration for their support over the years and to
all the businesses who have
supported us financially,”
said Coach Lambert. “And a
special thanks to all the players and parents I’ve had the
opportunity to be associated
with over the years.”
You Can Play
Better Golf
Common Swing
Faults - 12
Photo by Tom Evans
Lambert is stepping down
after 12 years as head
baseball coach.
Brother and sister both bag bucks
This week we will address
the final swing fault in our
series. Commonly known
as “Chicken Winging”, the
lead arm breakdown during the downswing causes
a number of undesirable
results when present in a
golfers swing.
The arm closest to the
target at address is known
as the lead arm. This arm
creates the swing plane and
the width of the swing.
Chicken Winging is a loss
of extension or breakdown
of that arm through the
impact zone. This fault
causes a dramatic loss of
power and speed during
the swing as well as creating severe pain in the
golfers elbow joint. The
fault is present if there is
any evidence of the elbow
leading the wrist at impact.
Additionally, we can diagnose the fault by watching
the arm extension through
impact looking for a nice
“V” shape pointing at the
target right after impact.
causes of this fault lie in
the strength of the lead
arm and the flexibility of
the lead shoulder. Any
loss of flexibility in this
joint will force the golfer
to compensate by allow-
Photo Submitted
Jim Merry, PGA - TPI
ing the lead arm joint to
break down. We also know
that improper sequencing
during the downswing will
lead to Chicken Winging.
If the golfer is making an
over the top motion with
the golf club, the golfer is
often forced to breakdown
the lead arm to compensate
for the forces of the club
swinging across the target
line. Improve this motion
and the Chicken Wing will
go away too.
Chicken Winging is
a fault that will rob you
of precious speed and
distance. If you feel like
you are fighting a left arm
breaking down at impact,
please email me at [email protected] or give me a call
at 731-925-0439 and I will
help you play better golf!
We can put your ad in
front of thousands of potential
customers each week for less
money! Call 645-7048.
Photo Submitted
Evan Lamberth killed his deer while hunting in Purdy
last Fall. He was shooting a .243.
Photo Submitted
Amelia Lamberth killed her deer last Fall while hunting
on Hines Gin Road. She was shooting a 30-30.
Michie team wins tournament
Photo Submitted
The Michie 7 and 8 year olds
Dixie Youth Baseball team
won the 4th Annual King of
the Mountain Coach Pitch
Tournament in Iuka, MS on May
12, 2012. Pictured are, front
row, left to right: Aidan Klitzke
and Bryson Terry. Second row:
Vance Malone, Bryson Harris,
Dylan Malone, Jacob Driskell,
and Cole Denton. Third row:
Taylor Lumpkin, Colton Riggan,
Layne Glenn, and Shane
Helton. Back row: Coaches
Jeremy Glenn, David Terry,
Nick Malone, Josh Malone and
Wayne Lumpkin (not pictured).
S impson
Paul Simpson General Practice of Law
Free office consultation. No Attorney Fee on Social
Security Claims unless benefits are recovered
Open Monday - Friday • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
108 North Third St., Selmer • 731-645-3366
Not certified as civil or criminal trial specialist by the TN Commission on
continuing legal education and specialization
TN River Lots!! Tennessee River RV / Camper Lots For Sale
White Oak Landing, TN
Riverfront $17,500, Creek-front $12,500
City water, Power, Paved Roads, Boat Ramp, Privacy Gate all
available. Soil suitable for septic.
Located between Clifton and Linden off of Hwy 128.
Please call 731-549-4119, 731-847-6391, or 731-614-0634.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The McNairy County News
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•Cardinal Football Camp May 21st – 24th
The annual Cardinal Football Camp for boys entering grades 4-8 is scheduled for May 21st – 24th at AHS.
Mark your calendars! Instructors will include Cardinal
coaches and former players. There will be individual
instruction and also punt, pass, and kick competitions.
Also, the Cardinal summer weight lifting program will
begin on May 21st.
•Lady Bobcat Softball Camp May 22nd –
MCHS head softball coach Mellanie Surratt will
hold her “FUNdamental” camp for girls entering
grades 2 thru 4 on May 22nd thru 25th from 9
a.m. until noon at the Lady Bobcat softball field.
The “Elite” camp for girls entering grades 5 thru
8 will be held on May 22nd thru May 24th from 1
p.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Cost is $40 if registered by
May 17th and $45 if registered after that date. Send
your check to Coach Mellanie Surratt, 3657 Charlie
Pounds Rd., Stantonville, TN 38379.
Several local players
in softball, baseball,
and soccer were
recognized for their
outstanding season
both on the field
and in the classroom.
Congratulations to
the following MCHS Bobcat
District 14AA
and AHS players.
South Division
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Dakota Roden: District 14AA
South Player of the Year.
Austin Gafford: AllDistrict & All-Tournament.
•Lady Cardinal Softball & Basketball Camps
May 29th – June 1st
AHS head softball and basketball coach Todd McGee
will hold softball and basketball camps on Tuesday,
May 29th thru Friday, June 1st for girls entering grades
1 thru 8. Softball camp will run from 9 a.m. until 11:30
a.m. Basketball camp will run from 1 p.m. until 3:30
p.m. Cost for one camp is $35 and includes a t-shirt.
Cost for both camps is $65 and one t-shirt or $75 for
two t-shirts. Mail your check to Coach Todd McGee,
1320 Rich Rd., Savannah, TN 38372.
•Lady Bobcat Basketball Camp June 11th –
Coach Jerry Lott will hold his annual Lady Bobcat
Basketball Camp on June 11, 12, & 13 for girls entering grades 3 – 9. Grades 3 -5 will meet from 8:30 a.m.
until 11:30 a.m. and grades 6 – 9 will meet from 1
p.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is $45. To register call Coach
Lott at 645-7673.
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Blake Chandler: AllDistrict & All-Tournament.
Craig Mullins: All-District
& All Tournament.
District 15A
Kasey Hurley: All-District
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Marcus Nash: All-District.
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•Cardinal Basketball & Team Root Hoops
Camp June 11th – 14th
Adamsville men’s basketball coach Nathaniel Root
will hold a Summer Hoops Camp on June 11 – 14 for
boys and girls entering grades K – 8th. Cost is $25
and instructors will be Nathaniel Root, Earl Barron
(NBA), Duane Erwin (Europe League), Steven Price,
Will Barkley, Greg Martin, and Tim Campbell. Each
camper will receive a t-shirt. There will be individual instruction, skills competition, and take-home
instructional material. Grades K – 4 boys and girls
will meet from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. and boys and girls
grades 5 – 8 will meet from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
You can register the first day of camp.
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The Selmer Parks and Recreation Department will be
holding Summer Camp again this year during the month
of June only. The camp will begin at 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
each day. The fee will be $50.00 for the week, or $12.00
for daily campers. Fee will include snack and lunch each
day. Camp will begin June 4. If interested come by the
Selmer Community Center and fill out a form. There
will be a limited amount of United Way support if you
Compare the ad rates, compare
the circulation, compare the quality and you’ll see why The McNairy
County News is the CLEAR choice!
River City Concrete
•Design Team Relay for Life Golf Tournament
• Radio Dispatched Trucks
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Jacob Wallis: All-District
•After School Golf
PGA professional Jim Merry is now offering spring
classes at Fox Chase Golf Course near Counce. Juniors
of all ages and abilities are encouraged to join in and
learn the FUNdamentals of golf. Contact Jim at 731925-0439 for details and registration information.
•Pick a Partner Bass Tournament
If you love fishing in the Great Outdoors, join us for
a brand new event benefiting Shelby Farms Park and
Greenline! Spend a weekend on beautiful Pickwick
Lake for a great cause. Our “pick a partner” bass fishing tournament will feature exciting giveaways and a
chance to win a huge cash prize! First place $10,000
guaranteed; 2-25th place based on field; $500 Big Fish
prize each day; Win a fishing trip with Bill Dance.
Vendor booths will be available, both days on June 23rd
and 24th. Discounted rooms are available at Counce
Hampton Inn. For more info, call Bill Latham at 731441-4645 or email [email protected]
•Golf to End Hunger Tournament
Our Daily Bread Ministries Food Pantry will sponsor
their “1st Annual Golf to End Hunger” golf tournament
on June 2nd at the Shiloh Falls Golf Club. This will be
a 4-person scramble with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost
is $60 per person or $240 per team and includes lunch.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. To register
or donate contact: 689-5050, 607-9448, 607-4803, or
438-5242. You can also visit their website at .
•SWTDD Golf Tournament
The Southwest Tennessee Development District
will host their 5th Annual SWTDD Future Choices
Golf Tournament on Wednesday, June 6th at Pickwick
Landing State Park Golf Course. Registration and
lunch will be from 11:30 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. There
will be a shotgun start at 1 p.m. For more info contact
Teresa Sanders at 731-668-6412 or email to [email protected]
•SPWA Championship Wrestling
Enjoy SPWA Championship Wrestling every
Saturday night at the old Action Apparel building in
Ramer. Doors open at 5 p.m., and bell time is 7:30
p.m. New talent and hot new matches added weekly.
Admission is only $5. Buy one ticket and get one free!
Children under 6 get in free. Call Brenda at 434-0232
or 434-8424 for more info.
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Drew Griswell: All-District
Advertise in the
paper the others
are copying!
•Summer Camp
Design Team of Savannah will hosting the Henderson
Walton Memorial Relay for Life Golf Tournament
at the Shiloh Golf Course in Adamsville on Friday
and Saturday, June 1st and 2nd. This will be a Texas
Scramble format. There will be two flights with cash
prizes. Cost is $400 per 4-man team. Hole sponsorships
are $175. For more info call VaRand at Design Team at
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Jalen Kendall: All-District
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Josh Chappell: All-District
on page
• Customer Satisfaction
• Free estimates
on all types of
concrete work
Concrete Septic Tanks • Field Line Pipe • Gravel & Hauling
Highway 45 South • Selmer, Tennessee
Phone 731-645-7903
Selmer Police Department
Accepting Applications
Full-time Position
Certification Preferred: Police Officer
Standards and Training (P.O.S.T)
Deadline: May 25, 2012 • 5 p.m.
Details: Incumbents in this classification are
responsible for enforcing city codes, ordinances and
local, state and regulations by patrolling, performing
surveillance, investigating crimes, responding to
emergency calls, and performing other public safety
Minimum Qualifications: Must be a U.S. citizen,
honorably discharged from the U.S. armed forces
(if applicable), and at least 21 years old. Must have a
high school diploma or GED. Certified law enforcement
experience will be given preference. Must not have
been convicted of or plead guilty to or entered a plea
of nolo contendere to any felony charge or violation of
any federal or state laws or city ordinances relating to
force, violence, theft, dishonesty, gambling, liquor or
controlled substances and meet any other standards as
set forth in Tennessee Code Annotated § 38-8-106.
The Town of Selmer, Tennessee is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Town will
provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with
disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees
to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.
The McNairy County News
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
Post-Season Awards continued
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MCHS Soccer:
Josh Court: South Division Juan Macias: All-District
District 15 A-AA Defensive MVP
MCHS Softball:
District 14 AA
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Kindra Brown: All-District
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Taylor Hutton: All-District
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Samantha oaks: All-District
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Jacey Whirley: All-District
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Macee Taylor: All-District
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Brittany Lambert:
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AHS Soccer:
Dustin Plunk: All-District
District 15 A-AA
AHS Softball:
District 15A
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Nikki White: All-Tournament
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Macayla Kiddy: All-District &
to all our
fine McNairy
athletes. We’re
proud of you
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751 Mulberry, Selmer, TN 38375 • 731-453-5534
NOTICE is hereby given that the content of unit 6, 31, 61 in the self storage
facility known as SELMER U-STOR, will be sold at auction to the highest
bidder for cash on June 2nd at 12:00 p.m. to satisfy an owner’s lien on
such contents, claimed by the business known as SELMER U-STOR. Said
self-storage facility is located at the address set forth herein where the sale
will take place. The occupants and unit numbers in which the sale of items
will include are as follows: Laura Specie, unit 6 and Wendy Sanders, units
31 and 61. Dated this 30th day of April, 2012 Selmer U-Stor, by Don
Maney, owner and Kim Williams, property manager.
Established business in Selmer, TN, has an
immediate opening for a full-time
customer service representative.
Prior phone or customer service experience
preferred. Bi-lingual a plus, but not
required. Includes benefits.
Bring resume in person to NCS Fulfillment,
149 Railroad St., Selmer TN.
Finance office has opening for CSR.
Good customer relation skills and
positive attitude a must.
Experience helpful but not required.
Full time, insurance,
bonus and 401K.
Fax resume to: 731-645-6463
The McNairy County Board of Education will
be accepting bids for Custodial Uniforms, Dust
Mops, Mats, Shop Towels, Dust Mop Handle
and Frame.
Bids should be delivered to the McNairy
County Board of Education Office by 10:00
a.m. on May 18, 2012. Bids will be opened at
that time.
Bids specifications may be obtained at the
following location:
McNairy County Board of Education
170 West Court Avenue, Room 107
McNairy County Courthouse
Selmer, TN 38375
The McNairy County Board of Education reserves the right
to reject any and all bids and to award the contract as
deemed in the best interest of the county.
22 Bethesda Loop • Selmer, TN• We Make House Calls
Ron Wilson
731-610-8282 • 731-645-4815
Inman Bros.
Storage Units
Contents in the following units
will be sold at Public Auction on
June 1, 2012 at 1 p.m.
Owner’s may pay back rent and
remove contents before 6-1-12.
Flora Kirk - Unit 15
Brenda King - Unit 29
Originally Volunteer Realty, this
office is located in downtown Selmer
at a REDUCED lease rate!
Call 731-607-6680 or 731-926-0560
for more information.
Friday, May 25 at 6 p.m.
The Mary Jean Upright Estate
163 Hill Lane, Bethel Springs Tn.
Located behind Mast Tires, Hwy 45, 8 miles north of Selmer,
8 miles south of Henderson.
Nancy White - (731) 608-2720 and Greg Lipford - (731) 608-1770, Owners
The McNairy County Board of Education, through
the School Nutrition Department, is requesting bids
for, Milk, Bread and Pest Control for the 2012-2013
school year.
A copy of the bid documents will be available at
the School Nutrition Office, 615 West Cherry Avenue,
Selmer, Tennessee. The bid must be returned to the
McNairy County Board of Education, School Nutrition Department, 170 West Court Avenue, Selmer,
Tennessee, by Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
Bids will be opened at 10:00 A.M. on May 24, 2012.
If you should have questions, please contact Gayle
Brooks, School Nutrition Supervisor, at (731)645-7731.
The McNairy County Board of Education reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on
the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office
of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington,
D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free (800)632-9992 (Voice). Individuals
who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800)877-8339; or
(800)845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider
and employer.
A very nice 3/4 bedroom, 2 bath home with 3 mobile home rentals
on 3 acres. Offered in 2 tracts and as a whole. Let your rent make
your house payments!
Tract # 1 • 3 Mobile Homes And 1 Plus Acres
Tract # 2 • Nice House And 1 Plus Acres
Tract # 3 • House And 3 Mobile Homes On 3 Acres
Open House By Appointment And For Inspections By Calling Tony At
731-926-3133 Or Open House Sunday May 20 From 2 Until 4 Pm
NO BUYER’S PREMIUM! 20% as earnest money
Savannah, Tenn. • Tfl#4556
Jeff Wilkes, 1-931-676-5100 or 731-607-8213
Tony Neill, Auctioneer TFL#1468
Ph. 731-926-3133
Visit for more info.
The McNairy County News
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Yard Sales
Advertise here for as low as
$5 per week!!!
Call 731-632-0836
Fri., May 18th & Sat., May 19th
8 a.m. until ???
1572 Old Stage Rd.,
Estate/Plumbing Company/
Yard/Garage Sale
Glassware, antiques, PVC
fittings, pipe insulation,
office supplies, electric &
hand tools, yard equipment,
clothes & housewares.
Friday, May 18th
& Saturday, May 19th
143 Sunset Cove, out 64 E.
Girl’s white 4 poster single
bed, recliner, vacuum
cleaner, toys, books,
purses, jewelry, men’s,
women’s, girl’s clothes &
shoes, household items,
yard tools, collectables.
Youth Fundraiser
Sat., May 18th • 7 a.m. - 2 p.m.
First Christian Church in Adamsville
254 North Maple Street
Furniture, toys, clothing, lots of
good stuff, too much to mention.
Twice Read
Yard Sale At Granny’s Best Thrift Lots Of Nice Items!
Saturday 8 a.m. until ???
Book Exchange
Granny’s Best Thrift Store
Yard Salers Bring Your Yard Sale Leftovers Or
Complete Yard Sale To Granny’s Best Thrift
360 Main Street
Mon.-Fri. 10-5 • Sat. 10-3
Layaway Available
Gift Baskets &
Avon Available!
On The Hill At The North Y In Selmer Hwy 64 West • Call 610-2356
And If You Need Extra Money, Better Not To Throw It Away...Or If You Are Cleaning Out An Attic,
Garage Or Storage Building, We Buy Items Or Estate Sales. We buy DVDs, Disney movies & good
clean VHS with cases. We Can Make Arrangements To Meet You There During The Evenings...
Non Smokers Only Please. Call 610-2356. We Are Open Thursday Thru Saturday 9-4.
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TIMBER CONTRACTOR NEEDED to cut 3 tracts of timber.
Cut, Load and Haul - $18 / ton. If interested call 731-632-0877.
Property #1: 22 Lots at PICKWICK DAM, overlooking Tennessee River will
make a great RV Park for rent income. Lots priced at $11,000 to $26,000
each. 350 Arnold Lane, Savannah,Tn.
Property #2: 3.376 acres great garden spot, county water, only 1/4 mile off
Hwy 117 (Shiloh road), short drive to Pickwick Dam & Tennessee River. Frontage
on two roads, great building tract or double wide mobile home site. $39,500.
Address: Rossway Lane off Fullwood Road, Stantonville, Tn. 38379
Property #3: 1.4 ACRES, plus “Fire damaged home” 2400 sq ft under roof. Home
has some fire damage.Exterior of the home is intact and decent condition, roof looks to be
new. Water well, large garden spot, circle limestone driveway. State Hwy 89 frontage. The right
person could rebuild this large home, $32,500. Live in it or sell it, making a large profit on
your investment. Address: 4238 Sidonia Road, Sharon, Tn. 38255
Property #4: 1.452 acre, county water meter, sewer tank, 200 amp electric box
& pole, driveway. 2 BR-2BA Mobile home. Only 6 miles to super Walmart. Just
off Hwy 412 & I-40 . $36,500. Address: 90 Chelco Lane, Huron, Tn. 38345
Property #6: 2.843 acres, all treed tract, State Hwy 22 frontage, water, gas, electric,
phone at highway. $15,000. Address: 7780 Hwy 22 North, Morris Chapel, Tn. 38361
Property #7: 3 bedroom, brick, re place, large front & side porch, shady lot
with huge oak trees. Good garden spot, paved driveway, city water, city gas,
cable TV, high speed net. $49,500. Address: Milledgeville, Tn. 38359
Property #8: 3.13 acres, long State Hwy 22A frontage. All trees, building site
ready or set mobile home. ALSO Frontage on Republican Circle. Corner lot.
$15,000. Address: 100 Republican Circle, Enville, Tn. 38332
Property #9: Large waterfront lot. Pickwick/Shiloh Shores, Lot #90. $55,000.
Address: Declan Lane, Map 124, Parcel 004.00, Group B.
Property #10: Corner lot -Hwy 79 Four Lane & Oak Grove Road near Paris
Landing State Park. State sewer permit paid. $8,500. Address: Hwy 79 Four
Lane & Oak Grove Road, Paris, Tn. 38242
Property #11: 1.25 acres-Good garden spot. Known as old England home place.
$8,500. Address: Davis Road off Happy Hollow Road, Sardis, Tn. 38371
Property #12: Lot at Pickwick Dam, Tn. Large trees, over looks Tennessee
River, $11,000. Address: Bellis Road, Savannah, Tennessee 38372
Property #25: 1 acre - Across the street from Pine Tree Golf & Country Club. $8,500
Address: Hidden Valley Circle, Lexington,Tn.
Property #26: One acre - All trees, water, gas, elecrtic on paved road. $8,500
Address: Stormwood Lane, Lexington, Tn. 38351
Property #27: 40 Acres - With 10 acre lake. Rolling hills over looking valley with
spring fed creek. Partially fenced, to make a small cattle and horse ranch. Lots of
deer, rabbit, turkey and a few quail. Hill top building sites. 1/2 Mile off Hwy 22 South
4 Lane overlooking lakes, 1 mile to Huntingdon, south city limits. 11 Miles south to
I-40 at Exit 108. $100,000. Address: Westport Rd, Huntingdon, Tn
Property #28: 4 acres- Build your home or set your mobile home here, just outside of the city. High and dry crop or pasture land on paved county road. Just off
four lane highway. $20,000. Address: Clyde Road, Huntingdon, Tn. 38344
Property #29: 25 acres, crop land, woods, creek, paved road, some fencing. Near
Wal-Mart and downtown Huntingdon. $55,000. Clyde Road, Huntingdon, Tn.
Property #32: 4BR, 3½ BA, Den, LR, breakfast room, dining room, basement
safe room, approx. 3000 sq. ft. Small building could be used for Mother-inLaw quarters. Storage sheds, huge shade trees. $100,000. Address: 2 miles
south of Adamsville, Gilchrist Road, Stantonville, Tn.
Property #33: 5 acres, Hwy 64. $30,000. Address: Crump, Tn. 38327
Property #34: Commercial tract in city of Crump, all open, Hwy 64. $100,000.
Address: 2350 US Hwy 64 Adamsville, Tn. 38310
Property #38: 3.5 acres, lake front, 4BR, 3BA, fronts Hwy 22 between Adamsville & Milledgeville. $110,000. Address: 7150 Hwy 22 N, Morris Chapel.
Property #39: Large old General Store building, last used for auction house in
Milledgeville. Need roof repair. Sell as is, approx.4,000 sq. ft. $12,500. Address: 95
Main Street, Milledgeville, Tn. 38359
Property #40: 12,000 sq. ft. building, being used as Milledgeville Flea Market. Located at 4-Way Stop, Milledgeville. $165,000. 9652 Hwy 22 N, Milledgeville, Tn.
Property #41: Large Factory Building, used for clothing manufacturing - 3
phase current loading dock, nice offices. DIRT CHEAP $110,000. Address:
3462 Bethel Purdy Road, Bethel Springs, Tn. (old Murry Hill Mfg. Building).
We Need Tools, Good Men’s, Women’s And Kid’s Shoes, And Good Clean Clothing
No Stains! Good Purses Without Any Stains Or Odors.
1-column Yard Sale ads only $5 per week.,
or double the price & double the size!
We have the lowest yard sale ad costs in the area, with proven results!
Property #36: 140 Joe Scott Lane - 3 BR, 2 BA, replace, 4- PROPERTY #37 - 370 Wharf Rd. - Pickwick Dam area car garage with covered breezeway, large corner lot, 1 mile to 3BR, 2BA, replace, large home, beautifully decorated shaded lot. Mile to Pickwick Dam. $90,000
Pickwick Dam Lake, $110,000.
PROPERTY #5 - 1320 Snake Creek Loop - Adamsville - PROPERTY #52 - 685 Circle Rd. - Morris Chapel - 3BR,
3BR, 2BA, computer room, island kitchen, 14x28 LR, Bar-B- 2BA all laminate ooring, large Bar-B-Q deck with wheelchair
ramp. $60,000
Q deck, private setting, good garden spot. $60,000
PROPERTY #31 - 711 Willis Rd. - Sardis, TN - 3BR, 2BA, PROPERTY #16 - 192 Pleasant Ridge Loop - Adamsville large Bar-B-Q deck, replace, island kitchen, 1½ acres. 3BR, 2BA on large shaded oak treed lot, carport, large priva$60,000
cy deck, out building, childs playhouse and swings. $70,000
Saturday, May 26th 9:00 a.m.
H.L. Pickering Estate
PROPERTY #30 - 1305 Hinkle Rd. - Sardis, TN - 3BR, 2BA, PROPERTY #17 - 6615 US Hwy. 128 - Savannah - 5 bedlaminate oor, Bar-B-Q deck. $50,000
room, 3 bath on 5 acres, replace, large shop. $125,000
1056 John Moore Road • Bethel Springs, TN
From Hwy 45, turn west onto Buena Vista Road, continue to Sandy Flat Road, turn left onto
Sandy Flat Road, follow to John Moore Road.
PROPERTY #35 - 405 Wharf Rd. - Pickwick Dam - Selling PROPERTY #45 - 1045 Hutton Rd. - Sardis - 2BR, 1BA on
AS IS. Needs remodeling, asphalt drive. $40,000
level lot, well water plus city water, shed. $12,500
Real Estate
sells at
10:00 a.m.
Real Estate consists of 3000+ sq.ft. home, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, basement,
2 car attached garage, central heat & air, decks, fruit trees, pasture with
15 acres and a beautiful lake and 20’ x 30’ shop.
• McCoy Pottery
• Cast Iron Patio
• Yard Art
• Concrete Fountain
• Outdoor Chimenea
• Bird Feeders
• Gazing Balls on
• Cast Iron Well Pump
• 6 piece Dinette
• Corner Cabinet
• Plant Stands
• Pie Safe
• Lamps
• Pictures
• What Nots
• Collectibles
• Hand Made Quilts
• Kenmore Side by
Side Refrigerator
• Stone Jugs & Crocks
• Kitchenware
• Frigidaire Glasstop
Range (NEW)
• Graniteware
• Salt Glaze
• Milk Cans
• Hoosier Cabinet
• Glassware
• 1¢ Gum Machine
• Vacuums
• Tiffany Style Fixture
• Oak Table w / Claw
Feet and 6 Chairs
• Cobalt Blue Glass
• Sofa Tables
• 2 Oak China
• Kimball Organ
• Armchairs
• Recliners
• Gas Fireplace
• Brass Figurines
• Area Rugs
• Hundred Hummell
• Old Bottles
• Books
• Entertainment
• Lamps
• Oil Lamps
• Mirrors
• Railroad Lanterns
• Cast Iron Mail Box
• Old Radios
• Cow Bells
• Dippers
• Washboards
• Occupied Japan
• Churns
• Old Prints and
• Civil War Era Powder
Flask (Very Rare)
• Sanyo Flat Screen TV
• Cedar Chest
• Art Glass
• 4 pc. Bedroom Suite
• Oil Heaters
• Maytag Washer &
• Primitive Quilt Box
• Computer
• 5 pc. Super Oak
Bedroom Suite
• Antique Oak Rocker
• Victorian Rocker
• Super Lamps
• End of The Day Glass
• Clocks
• Antique Frames
• Milk Stools
• Collector Dolls
• Linens
• Quilt Racks
• Collection of
Princess Diana
• Diner Juke Box
• 4 Pc. Oak Bedroom
Suite (Antique)
• Sewing Kits
• Antique Cheval
• Old Mickey Mouse
• Old Toys
• Mickey Mouse
Alarm Clock
• Several Ladies Fur
• Norman Rockwell
• Coca Cola Boat
• Christmas Decor
• Trunks
• Exercise Equipment
• Leroy The Concrete
Yard Man
• Yard Trellis
• 42” Yardman Riding
• Foosball Table
• Tapestries
• Cream Separator
• Copperware
• ‘99 Pontiac Sunfire
• Crosscut Saw
• Tiller
• Tools
• Lanterns
• Corn Sheller
• Yard Tools
• Cotton Scales
• Sled
• Buggy Wheels
Terms: Real Estate 15% Certified Funds, Non-Refundable, Down Day of Sale, balance due at closing
on or before June 19th, 2012. Personal Property to be paid in full day of sale. 10% buyers premium.
A Partner Co. of Jay Whirley Auction Sales
Mike Crawley or Jay Whirley
(901) 674-4893 or (731) 610-8913
TN License #5123 • Memphis, TN 38119
(731) 610-3800
TN License #3939 • Selmer, TN 38375
PROPERTY #47 - 410 Spring Hill Rd. - Sardis, TN - 2.6 PROPERTY #23- 490 Wayne Rd. - Commercial or Resiacres, old Moore home place, house burnt, MH elec. pole, dential Home/Ofce building across from Central Bank.
3-car garage, smoke house, wash house, storm house, large $150.000. SALE OR LEASE $850 PER MONTH.
garden, fruit trees, overlooking green valley. $26,500
Property #13: 3 acres commercial tract, frontage on three streets. Across
street from Dairy Queen, next door to Super 8 Motel. $385,000. Address:
1319 E Wood St., Paris, Tn.
Property #42: 3500 sq. ft. building, Hwy. 64 with extra lot that has septic tank
for mobile home. Building rented for $500 month - good tenants. $65,000.
Address: Hwy. 64, Adamsville, Tn. 38310
Property #14: 8.6+ acres, all in good growing timber. Building lot graded
with dozer ready to build or set dw mobile home on. Water meter, city gas,
cable tv,phone,electric,high speed net all at new paved county road. $60,000
$49,500. Address: 825 Circle Road, Morris Chapel, Tn. 38361
Property #43: 3 BR, 2 BA brick home. Large old oak trees, white picket fence, large
garden spot. $39,900. Address: 279 Litt Wilson Road, Bethel Springs, Tn. 38315
Property #15: 2.354 acres-Grade work done & ready for Home, good timber,
phone, water, gas, cable tv, electric at road. $22,500 $16,500. Address: 855 Circle
Road, Morris Chapel, Tn.
Property #44: 5.555 acres, great building spot, city water, all in timber.
$25,000. Address: 259 Litt Wilson Rd., Bethel Springs, Tn. 38315
Property #46: 2 acres, Chestereld Community, with septic tank, water & electric.
There was a doublewide mobile home on this lot with concrete pad. $26,500 Address:
273 Praline Place, Lexington, Tn.
Property #19: Was Community South Bank Building. Will make a great Fast
Food Drive thru-$165,000. Address: 9602 Hwy 22, Milledgeville, Tn. 38359
Property #48: Do you need to own a small lot in the City of Lexington so your kids can
go to Lexington City Schools and you can vote in the city election - this is a very small
lot on Morningside Drive. $2,500. TM: 071G, Group A, Parcel 00102
Property #20: 1 acre, large trees. city water, & city gas meters. Mobile home
was on this lot. $12,500. 3475 Stage Road, Scotts Hill, Tn. 38374.
Property #49: 7.7 acres, All wooded, limestone driveway and culvert in Pickwick/
Counce. House lot ready to build, $42,500. Address: Preacher Drive, Counce.
Property #21: 1/2 acre, large Trees, Sewer permit. $9,500. Address: Oakview
Dr., Adamsville, Tn.
Property #50: 2 large Commercial Buildings, 2 acres, CH&A, glass front,
$55,000. Address: 39175 Hwy. 69, Milledgeville, Tn 38359
home is started on this lot. $80,000. Address: 405 Arnold Lane, Savannah, Tn.
Property ##51: 3 BR, brick, large garden spot, huge oak shade trees. 279 Litt
Wilson Rd., Bethel Springs.
Property #24: MOBILE HOMES - 16’ x 80’ 3 bedroom 2 bath-$16,000;
DOUBLEWIDE, 28’ x 44’ 3 bedroom 2 bath-$ 25,000. Address: 2350 U.S.
Hwy. 64, Crump, Tn. 38327
Owner Financing
Jimmy Glenn
You may contact your local Real
Estate Agent or Bank for nancing.
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PRE-AUCTION INSPECTION/FOR SaleMake Offer Now! To settle Mary Jean
Upright Estate. 1,268 sq.ft., 2 bath,
house with double car garage, plus 3
mobile homes for rental income, all on
3 acres. 8 miles to Henderson or Selmer
at 163 Hill Lane, just off Hwy. 45. Tony
Neill TFL # 1468, Auctioneer Broker,
731-926-3133. Visit www.tonyneill.
com. (21-TF)
STORAgE bUIlDINgS. Rental returns,
new factory direct. Cash or rent to own.
No credit check. Call 662-415-8180.
SAT, MAY 19 At 10 a.m., Kiddy
Enterprises Trucking Company & Real
Estate. 301 Cardinal Drive, Corinth,
Miss. (See Ad). 10% Buyers Premium
On All Sales. For Terms Visit The Web At Heritage Auction
& Real Estate, Inc. Tfl #4556, Clifton
Tn. 931-676-5100. Jeff Wilkes Broker/
Auctioneer 731-607-8213. Tony Neill
Broker /Auctioneer, Tfl# 1468, Ms. #
1091F-1090, Tony Edward Neill Ms.
Broker#17315, 731-926-3133, [email protected],
REAl ESTATE Auction Thursday, May
31st at 6 p.m., 350 Acres of Hardwood
& Pine Timber on Hardins Creek, right
of way off Hwy 64 West, Waynesboro
Tennessee, 10% Buyers Premium,
Auction held at Jeanetts Cafe,
Waynesboro Square, Heritage Auction
& Real Estate TFL #4556, 931-676-5100,
Jeff Wilkes 731-607-8213 or Tony Neill
TFL#1468, 731-926-3133.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9 At 10 a.m. 3 Houses
And Lots Of Antique Furniture And
Glassware, Selling To Settle Estate,
Savannah Tn. Contact Jeff Wilkes 731607-8213. 10% Buyers Premium On
All Sales. For Terms Visit The Web At Heritage Auction
& Real Estate, Inc. TFL #4556, Clifton
Tn. 931-676-5100. Jeff Wilkes Broker/
Auctioneer 731-607-8213. Tony Neill
Broker/Auctioneer, TFL# 1468, Ms.
# 1091F-1090, Tony Edward Neill Ms.
Broker#17315, 731-926-3133, [email protected],
FOR SAlE: 27 foot camper, sleeps 6,
$3,000. Call 731-926-6418. (29)
FOR SAlE: 1,000’s of records, both 45
rpm and albums. 45’s – 50¢ each and
albums $1. All different kinds of music.
Call 731-645-6828 or 731-610-7015.
FOR SAlE: Frigidairde SxS refrigerator,
22.6 c.i., ice & water in door. 731-9260721. (28-29)
NEED A Starter, Alternator, Battery, or
Winch? We stock over 1,700, also do
repairs. Road and Field Starter Service
Hwy. 64 East Savannah. 731-925-3838.
RENOvATION SAlE: Appliances,
Windows, Doors, and Various Items.
Call 731-607-3880. (19-TF)
FOR SAlE: Used Frigidaire refrigerator, like new, $450. Call 731-610-8282.
FOR SAlE: White Frigidaire
Refrigerator, frost proof works great,
$125. Mocha brown sofa, 3 cushions,
like new, $325. Phone 731-645-8283.
FOR SAlE: 2 Old Cedar Bucket Ice Cream
Freezer, Christmas Dishes, Jewel Tea
and Franciscan Ware. 731-645-6145.
AFORDAblE gROOMINg at 4 My Pets
Grooming & Boarding at 678 Baker Rd.
in Selmer. Call 645-4494 (28-TF)
FOR SAlE: 6.5 acres of land on Russom
Rd. North of Selmer $300 down & $184/
mo, See South Chester Farms at or call 662-551-0339.
FOR RENT: Apartment for rent at
Oakwood Apartments. 1 bedroom
$325/mo., 2 bedroom $350/mo. Deposit
required, no pets. Phone 610-2877 or
645-5288. (TF)
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HOUSE FOR Rent: 3 bedroom, 1 bath
with central heat & air in Adamsville.
Must have references & deposit
required. 731-926-5393. (29)
FOR SAlE: 5 bedroom, 3 ½ bath, 9
ft. ceilings, open design, on the Golf
Course in Adamsville. $319,000. Call Ben
at 731-610-7600. (27-TF)
FREE PUPPIES: Good puppies needing
good home. Wormed, 5 black, 3 brown,
raised around family. 731-439-5710.
FOR SAlE By Owner/Agent, 3.7 acres,
timber, public utilities, timber, build
home or mobile home, Kennie Lane,
Selmer, Tn. $6,000, Tony Neill TFL#1468
Call 731-926-3133. (28-29)
FOR SAlE by Owner Agent, 10.7 acres,
timber, pond, public utilities, build new
home or mobile home, $15,000. Call
Tony Neill TFL#1468. Call 731-926-3133.
•Farm Ditching • Septic Tank
•Dirt Work & Top Soil
•Gravel & White Rock
•Pre-Fab Storm
YARD wORk: Mowing, trimming, all
types of yard work. Free estimates and
senior citizens discount. Call 731-6104928. (28-30)
wIll SIT with the sick or elderly. Will
do light housekeeping, run errands,
light cooking. Good references. Phone
645-6830. (TF)
AgREED DIvORCES $299 plus court
cost. Call 731-645-8557. (18-TF)
D&A HANDYMAN Service: Pressure
washing, exterior (detailing) on homes,
yard clean-up and haul off, gutter and
window cleaning, carpentry work,
plumbing, floor leveling, replace rotten floors and sills, moisture control,
interior and exterior painting, roof
repair. References furnished, 25 years
experience, free estimates, satisfaction guaranteed. Ask about our Special
Winter Discounts on Pressure Washing.
731-645-2940. (23-TF)
A-1 PRICES Paid junked, wrecked, or
good running vehicles! Up to $1,500.
Call Dave at 731-727-6962. (26-TF)
wANTED: OlD tube-powered guitar
amps, tubes and tube testers. Working
or non-working. Call 646-0791. If
no answer, leave message and brief
description of item(s). (34-TF)
wANTED: bUSINESSES that need more
customers. We can help. Advertise in
The McNairy County News, McNairy
County’s number one source for local
news. We have the best graphic designers around and they can design your ad
for you. Phone 645-7048. (TF)
wANTED: PICTURES of the old time
fiddlers, musicians in McNairy County,
Theron Thomas, Con Crotts, Banks
Bros. and others who recorded at Stant
Littlejohn’s. Contact Shawn Pitts 6453850, 645-5873. (TF)
wANTED: SOMEONE to bushhog State
Highway 224 in Stantonville. Call B.
Wagoner 731-632-0635. (27-TF)
wANT TO buy Cherokees, Grand
Cherokees, and Commanches for parts.
731-439-0638, Dex. (28-29)
THE SMOkEHOUSE Bar-B-Que & Grill
is now accepting applications for waitresses and kitchen help. 731-632-1440.
wANT TO buy non-working electric
stoves for parts or to repair. 731-6103131, Mike. (28-29)
Call 645-7048
Member Memphis Multiple Listing Service
Call 731-645-3832 for an appointment.
440 Jones Lane, Bethel Springs: Call us for your appointment to look
at this 2 BRs w/bonus room, 1 bath home. This home is sitting on 6 acres
of land, has a metal carport, and is in a very private location at the end of
Jones Lane. Good price of $52,500.
815 Mulberry Ave., Selmer: A Walk-In Ready Business!! All equipment with the building remains with the building. Office & bath are
heated and cooled. Will Sell or Lease!!!!!!!
1401 New Bethel Rd, Selmer: Brick 2 Bedroom 1 Bath House with
fenced in back yard and Storage building sitting on .66 acres, Close to
town, with NO City Taxes. Open Living area with Eat-In Kitchen with
good sized bedrooms and lots of closet space throughout the house. New
Roof & Central Heating and Air Priced to sell @ $54,900.
1634 Buena Vista, Bethel Springs: Totally remodeled 3 bedroom 2
bath with 10 ft ceilings with lots of Character. All new plumbing, electric, and ceramic tile and laminate flooring. Beautiful new Kitchen cabinets and counter tops. This is a MUST SEE. Priced @ $86,900.
275 Mollie Dr., Selmer. Corner Lot, 3 bedroom,
3 bathroom, 2 car garage, fenced-in backyard. This
prime location is priced thousands below appraisal.
304 Azalia Rd., Adamsville: Brick 3BR-1.5 bath home sits on a corner
lot in a good area & school district. Will make a good starter home or
if you are down sizing - come see & make this yours. Great price of
Backhoe & Dozer Service
Adamsville, TN
Ph. 632-0257 or 926-5107
SkIllED CAREgIvER offering servicesNeed a caregiver for your disabled or
elderly relative? Local well skilled certified nursing assistant seeking private
duty cases of individuals in need of such
care, references available. Call 731-6460116. (28-29)
bRIAN DEMPSEY Masonary-I lay
anything out of brick, block or rock.
Sidewalks, mailboxes, underpin houses
and trailers. Also brick entire houses
build flower beds, etc. Free estimates,
discounts for senior citizens. I work year
round. Over 20 years experience, quality
work at a fair price. Call 731-645-8831.
TAx DOllARS for down payment. See
Theater Home at Clayton Homes in
Corinth, MS. 662-287-4600. (11-TF)
FOR SAlE: 3 male Teacup Chihuahua
puppies. All shots. $200 each. Call 731610-5607. (29)
FOR RENT: Kenneth Sweat – Houses,
Apartments, Townhouses & Trailers.
Committed to providing Safe/
Affordable homes in a family friendly
environment. No pets - No Crack/Party
Houses, reference & deposit required.
610-0807 or 645-3130 (38-TF)
NO DOwN payment with land.
Four bedrooms, 2 bath starting at
$39,950.00. Clayton Homes, Corinth,
MS. 662-287-4600. (11-TF)
FOR RENT: Need a quiet, clean, comfortable place to live for less money.
We rent motel rooms by the week or
month. Cable TV, Free High Speed
Internet, swimming pool, microwave,
& refrigerator. Clean, quiet, comfortable and close to everything. Old Home
Motel in Adamsville, 731-632-3398.
American owned since 1960. (TF)
2 bEDROOM Duplex for rent. Call 731645-4707 if no answer leave message.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
3342 Center Hill Rd., Finger: Take a look at this immaculate 3BR, 2B
home w/pantry, stove, DW, refrigerator, also has dining room & living
room, CH&A, above ground pool w/decks, plus out buildings. All sits on
.87 acres. Country Living at it’s best - “Quiet & Peaceful” - Call to see
for yourself!!! Priced at $ 61,300.
Morris Chapel:
Beautiful lot on the
Tennessee River
close to Jackson,
Nashville. Enjoy
the Peace and
Tranquility and all
of the other features that this river
has to offer. Great
price of $50,000.
4580 Essary Springs Rd, Pocahontas: Country Living at a cheap
price! This 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home is situated on 2.8 acres, with Central
Heating and Air. Also has a Storage Building/Workshop. Lots of privacy.
Priced @ $54,900.
Sunday, May 20 at 1:30 p.m.
In Historic Corinth, Miss. • Perry A. Johns Post 6 • American Legion • 511 South Tate Street
Turn north at the red light at the intersection of U.S. Hwy 72 and Tate Street. Go approximately 1/2 miles on the right. Watch for Signs!
Phone Bids will be accepted with early registration • We have a really fine selection of antiques, Civil War items and furniture. YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS AUCTION!!!
• Rare Jefferson Davis
Secession Speech
• 1861 Civil War Saber
• Civil War Pistols
• U.S. & Confederate
Bills from 1860’S to
• 1800’S Music Box
• N.B. Forrest Collectibles
• East Lake Bed
• Victorian Walnut Commode
• Jelly Safe
• Late 1800’S Transitional
• Lion Head Chair
• Victorian Bow Back
Parlor Chair
• Primitive Wood
Machinist Cabinet
• East Lake China
• Victorian Walnut
• Walnut Sugar Chest
• Oak Grandfather’s
• Oak Center Table W/
Glass And Claw
• 48”X66” Victorian
• Victorian Fern Stand
• 1800’S Wicker Casket
• Victorian Window Table
• 2 Mahogany Twin Beds
• Mahogany 2 Tier
Cloverleaf Table
• Cedar Wardrobe
• Duncan Phyfe Record
• Hand Made Pine
• Cast Iron “Uncle Sam”
Mechanial Bank
• Civil War Confederate
• Aunt Jemima Cookie
Jars and other Black
• 1800’S Boot Jack
• Misc. Sterling Silver
• Asst. Cameo Jewelry
• Pocket Bible
• 1862 Infantry Tactical
• 1849 Colt Pocket 31
Cal. Pistol
• 1862 Colt Navy Police
36 Cal. 3rd Generation
• Fender Acoustic Guitar
in Case
• 1950’S Coke Sign
• Bronze Girl Figurine
• Cotton Land Black
Americana Song Book
• Unusual Decorative
• Mid 1800’S Slave
• 1930’S Sun Crest Tin
• Shell Sign
• Kendall Motor Oil Sign
• Pepsi Sign
• Lighted Schlitz Sign
• 1957 Chevy Belair
Fender Chrome
• Open Pontiel Vases
• ”Priester” Memphis,
TN Sign
• 2 Amber Coca Cola
• Stone Mtn Memorial
• Black Americana Cotton
Field Scene
• 1855 N.B. Forrest
Slave Ad w/Newspaper
• Antique Burnneds
Cocaine Bodle
• Brass Mermaid Lamp
W/Glass Prisms
• Civil War Buckles
• Civil War Breast Plates
• Tintypes of Misc.
• Uncirculated C.C. Silver
• 1878 C.C. Silver Dollar
• WWII Nazi Hitler Book
• Memphis Marion &
Selmer N.B.
• Forrest R.R. Bond
• Misc. Advertisments
• Asst. Comic Books
• Depression Glass
• Iris & Herringbone
• Jadeite Glassware
• Carnival Glassware
• Case XX Meat Cleaver
• Vaseline Glass
• 2 School House Pot
Bellied Stoves
• Corn Sheller
• Misc. Silver Dollars &
1/2 Dollars
• Old Oak Ice Box
• Martha Washington
• Mahogany Buffet
• Corner Cabinet
• Asst. Dressers
• Victorian Bed
• 3 ft. Black Boy Smoke
Stand w/Cig.
• Holder & Ashtray
• Thumb Size NT Pocket
• Victorian Courting
• 2 Library Tables
• Marble Top Washstand
• Fliptop Game Table
• Pickle Canister
• Fly Trap
• Various Era Lamps &
Oil Lamps
• Victorian Piano Stool
• Asst. Pictures &
• Kentucky Wild Cat
Pedal Car
• Marbles, Sports Cards
• 8Track Tapes
• Epergne
• 3pc Cherry Bdrm Suite
• Walnut Hall Tree
• Arrowback Rocker
• Bookcases
• Oak Washstand W/
• Qn. Anne Dining Table
• Ladder Back Chairs
• Wrought Iron Pot
• Martha Washington
Sewing Stand
• Hand Painted French
Marble top table
• Cherry Nightstand
• Victorian Candle Stand
• Cedar Bench
• 10 Legged Table
• Buffet w/Mirror
• Wrought Iron Bed w/
Funnel Rails
• White Kitchen Cabinet
• U.S. Model 1928 A1
Thompson 45 Cal.
• Asst. Vintage Toys
• Vintage Movie Projectors
• Daisy Red Rider BB
• Philco Record Player
• Cast Iron Water Heater
• Teletalk Intercom
• Electro Shock Therapy
• Military Comics WWII
• Misc. Advertising of
All Sorts
• Various Military,
Shriner, Eastern Star &
Masonic Items
• Danbury Mint Princess
• Diana Bride Doll
• Misc. Jewelry
Many, Many
More Items,Too
Numerous To
List! Something
For Everyone!
TERMS: Cash or good check w/valid ID and letter of credit from bank if not known by auction company. Sales tax will be charged if you do not have a copy of your tax ID number. No exceptions! All items will have
to be paid in full the day of the auction. All items will need to be removed the day of the auction unless arrangements can be made for later pick-ups. 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to final bid to adjust the
final selling price. American Auction Company nor any of the staff makes any guarantees. All items are believed to be true and correct by the sellers. Announcements made the day of the auction supercede any and
all prior publications or announcements. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Thursday, May 17, 2012
The McNairy County News
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Congratulates the
AHS Lady Cardinals
on their accomplishments this season and wants to give them a
Big Bear Hug!
Photo by Tom Evans
From left to right: Coach Michael Harvill, Maddie Wilson , Darby Congiardo and Allie Gean.
Allie Gean & Maddie Wilson:
• District 15A-AA Runners-Up in Doubles
• Region 8A-AA Runners-Up in Doubles
AHS Lady Cardinals Team:
• District 15A-AA District Runners-Up
Darby Congiardo:
• District 15A-AA Player of the year
• District 15A-AA Runner-Up in Singles
• Region 8A-AA Champion in Singles
• First-Ever Female at AHS to make the State
Todd’s Discount Drugs
347 E Main Street • Adamsville, TN
731-632- 0995
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Thursday, May 17, 2012