Kenneth Barnhart obituary

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Hints from Heloise HM* Obituaries Dear Heloise: I retired about nine monthe ago, and since then I have come up with a different viewpoint on several things. One of them is that people who are retired should, if possible, do their shopping during the early part of the day. This leaves the late afternoon and evening hours for thoae people that still work and must do their shopping then. It’s so much nicer to be able to take your time going to the bank and to shop earlier, and not to have to fight the crowds. Do as much as you can on the weekdays, weekdays, leaving the Saturdays for working folks. Try not to make any evening appointments. The first week after 1 retired, I changed my Take one generous equal portion of each: Happiness, Love, Friendship, Kindness, and Patience. Mix all theae well and spread thickly over the entire world. t*t set forever! Your Fan • • « Dear Heloise: Tikis is a suggestion for babysitters babysitters if you are having trouble getting that little one to sleep. Real sefUy, sing two or three of your favorite songs or play some of your favorite records! This is better than having to listen to "Rock-a-Bye Baby” so often! Teen-age Aunt • i * Even though we don't seem to KENNETH D. BARNHART Kenneth Dale Barnhart, 42, formally of Norfork, Neb., died Sept. 15 following a heart attack in Ubon, Thailand. Mr. Barnhart was an employe of McDonnell- Douglas Aircraft Corp., and served ss a field service engineer. He was born Sept. 16, 1930 in Wagner, S. D., and was the son of Donald and Winifred Barnhart. He served in the U. S. Air Force and later with the U. S. Army during the Korean Conflict. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mildred Farrior Barnhart who recently moved to El Dorado*, his mother, Mrs. Winfred Winfred Uttecht of Norfork; six sisters; and a brother. Funeral services and burial were Thursday in Norfork. ARMON FAMOUS Arm on Famous 67, of 1103 E. Wesson St. died Monday in a local hospital. Funeral arrangements will be She was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Survivors include a son, George W. Foster of Shreveport; four daughters, Mrs. Minnie Havens of Dallas. Tex., Mrs. Emma L. Anderson of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Elzie Webb of El Dorado and Mrs. Audell Temple of El Dorado; two sisters Mrs. Wincie Stinson and Mrs. Pearl Morgan, both of El Dorado. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Rumph Mortuary Chapel with the Rev. Murphy Smith officiating. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery under the direction of Rumphs. Pallbearers are Willard Womack, James Foster, Rex Pepper, J. T. Voss, James Deno, and Huey Deno. The family will stay at 119 Beacon Dr. Siloam Fire Still A Mystery

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  1. The El Dorado Times,
  2. 25 Sep 1973, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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