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2B Monday, May 28. 1990 OZARK S The News-Leader Wrecks2 Springfieldians die, others injured on highways OLDER AMERICANS MONTH FROM PAGE 1B Missouri 125 and U.S. 65 north of Fair Grove left three people injured, one seriously, troopers said. Julie A. Heimsoth, 24, Higgins-ville, was taken to Cox South where she remained in undetermined condition Sunday night after the car she was riding in struck another vehicle, troopers said. Paul W. Heimsoth, 27, Higgins-ville, was driving north when he struck the southbound car of Polly A. Williamson, 43, Springfield, who was attempting to turn left Williamson and a passenger in her car, Joseph R. Wilson, 18, Springfield, were taken to St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield for treatment of moderate inju ries and released, troopers said. As of Sunday night, traffic accidents on Missouri roads this Memorial Day weekend had killed eight people, including five who died on Ozarks' highways. Last year, 17 people died in traffic accidents during the holiday weekend. The counting period, which began Friday evening, ends at 11:59 tonight , . .- ifa """ 'V.' ' . t' . Ah - sj Cm fix I'&hrdk iAh DAILY RECORD BIRTHS ALLEN, Mark and Glenda (Day), Crane, a boy, 9:22 a.m. May 26, Cox South. BOOZE, Larry and Judy (Winkel-maiui), 3737 W. Chestnut a girl, 9:45 am. May 24, St John's. O'BANION, Joseph and Tina (Bates), Isabella, a girl, 10:47 p.m. May 26, Cox South. DAY, Randy and Kathleen (O'Sulli-van), Lamar, a girl, 10.55 p.m. May 26, ; Cox South. DEAL, Melissa (Lair), Mansfield, a girl, 6:12 p.m. May 25, St John's. DODSON, Steve and Marietta (Mag-gard), Walnut Grove, a boy, 10:55 a.m. May 24, St John's. HERMAN, Joseph and Veronica (Magalski), Nixa, a boy, 6:31 p.m. May 24, St John's. HOFFMEYER, Jeanie, 1648 N. Patterson, a girl, 8:08 a.m. May 26, Cox South. JOHNSON, Devon and Sandra Ann (Reuse), Ash Grove, a boy 10:10 a.m. May 26, Cox South. MACKAY, Sherri, 909 S. Nettleton, a boy, 2:29 ajn. May 18, St. John's. MAY, James and Julie (Casper), Fair Grove, a girl, 1:39 p.m. May 26, Cox South. SCHLUETER Michael and Kathleen (Drewett), Rogersville, a boy, 7:23 p.m. May 26, Cox South. SCHUSTER, Randy and Karen (Becker), Mountain Grove, a girl, 10:34 am. May 25, St John's. SISCO, Rick and Sherry (Johnson), Chadwick, a girl, 3:05 a.m. May 27, St. John's. SNIDER Mary, Willard, a girl, 10:50 a.m. May 25, St. John's. TAYLOR, Shaun and Brenda (Guil-hams), 536 W. Downing, a boy, 8:03 am. May 26, Cox South. WHITTAKER, Paul and Cynthia (Oleson), 2668 S. Grant a girl, 1:22 a.m. May 26, Cox South. WILSON, Joseph and Kimberley (Russell), Spokane, a girl, 4:47 a.m. May 26, Cox South. DIVORCES Fry, Larry F., petitioner, and Norma Jean Fry, respondent; parents awarded joint custody of minor child with the primary custody awarded to petitioner. Foster, Ronald Dale, petitioner, and Margaret Rose Foster, respondent Hon, Jennifer Gail, petitioner, and Robert Eugene Hon, respondent; petitioner's former name, Mulholland, restored. Palmer, Cheryl Lynn, petitioner, and Charles Wesley Palmer, respondent; petitioner's maiden name, Anderson, restored. Harley, Sheila D., petitioner, and Jerry L Harley, respondent Heffemon, Campbell T., petitioner, and Kellie D. Heffemon, respondent parents awarded joint custody of two minor children with the primary physical custody awarded to petitioner. Cook, Sonna Runae, petitioner, and John Leroy Cook, respondent Good, Linda, petitioner, and Albert M. Good, respondent Gray, Bonnie Sue, petitioner, and Laverene Vanell, respondent. Sublett, Constance Dale, petitioner, . and Danny Floyd Sublett, respondent Hesington, Rebecca, petitioner, and Craig Hesington, respondent Mock, Lawana Lea, petitioner, and Stephen W. Mock, respondent petitioner's former name, Dingham, restored. Durham, Richard Wayne, petitioner, and Tammy Lynn Durham, respondent; petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Flippo, Kelly Jo, petitioner, and Gregory Alan Flippo, respondent petitioner's maiden name, Forgey, restored; respondent awarded custody of minor child. McAnally, Nellyne Ann, petitioner, and William Larry McAnally, respondent; petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Henson, Cynthia, petitioner, and Earl Dean Henson, respondent Taylor, Autumn Marie, petitioner, and Gregory Joe Taylor, respondent petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Stewart, Carroll Lorraine, petitioner, and Donnie Bruce Stewart, respondent; petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Williamson, Barbara, petitioner, and Thomas Williamson, respondent peti-doner's maiden name, Spice, restored; petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Munaco, Silvia Yolanda, petitioner, and Michael Gerard Munaco, respondent; petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Fung, Michael, petitioner, and Wendy Fung, respondent; parents awarded joint custody of minor child with the primary custody awarded to petitioner. Jenkins, Sandy Kay, petitioner, and Larry Dean Jenkins, respondent petitioner's maiden name, Baxter, restored; parents awarded joint custody of minor child with the primary custody awarded to petitioner. Franke, Joseph S., petitioner, and Vicki L Franke, respondent , Brown, Pamela Janelle, petitioner, and Patrick William Brown, respondent parents awarded joint custody of two minor children with the primary physical custody awarded to petitioner. Bilderback, Vickie V., petitioner, and Ronald L. Bilderback, respondent Adams, Cathy Jeannene, petitioner, and James Elton Admas, respondent petitioner awarded custody of five minor children. Blank, Richard L, petitioner, and Nancy L Blank, respondent respondent's maiden name, Folk, restored. Robinson, Beau Gaylord, petitioner, and Deanna Joyce Robinson, respondent parents awarded joint custody of minor child with the primary custody awarded to respondent Marcantel, Angela Elaine, petitioner, and Arthur Carroll Marcantel, respondent parents awarded joint custody of three minor children with the primary custody awarded to respondent Dryer, Kendra Rogene, petitioner, and Kenneth Michael Dryer, respondent; petitioner's maiden name, Matthres, restored. ' Odom, Laura Lucinda, petitioner, and William Carl Broadbent respondent Matney, Johnny Wayne, petitioner, and Donna Lee Matney, respondent respondent awarded custody of two minor children. , Toole, Malinda Ann, petitioner, and Harry Dale Toole, respondent; petitioner's maiden name, Beckwith, restored. Lowe, Barbara, petitioner, and Alvin C. Lowe, respondent petitioner's former name, Stauff, restored. Wallace, Diana, petitioner, and Darren Wallace, respondent petitioner's maiden name, Beckman, restored. Acton, Susie D., petitioner, and Jack J., Acton, respondent parents awarded joint custody of two minor children. Schudy, Donna Jean, petitioner, and Patric Henry Schudy, respondent parents awarded joint custody of two minor children with the primary custody awarded to petitioner. Potter, Cheryl, petitioner, and Tommy Potter, respondent petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Palmerton, Linda Carol, petitioner, and Gary Keith Palmerton, respondent petitioner awarded custody of minor child. Stewart, Jay Thomas, Jr., petitioner, and Joan Kristina Stewart, respondent respondent awarded custody of minor child. Yeakley, David Lewis, petitioner, and Dianne Marie Yeakley, respondent petitioner awarded custody of three minor children. Crader, Alan D., petitioner, and Don-elda K. Crader, respondent petitioner awarded custody of two minor children. Argo, Deana Sue, petitioner, and Randal Gregory Argo, respondent petitioner awarded custody of two minor children. DEATH NOTICES Charles Franklin Bryant, 52 Graveside services with military rites for Charles Franklin Bryant Springfield, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Springfield National Cemetery under direction of Klingner Mortuary. Mr. Bryant died Thursday as the result of injuries suffered in an auto accident near Buffalo. The casket will be closed at all times. Willard S. Daughtrey, 83 MOUNT VERNON - Services for Willard S. Daughtrey, Mount Vernon, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Foesett-Moeher Funeral Home. Burial will be in Round Grove Cemetery, northwest of Miller. Mr. Daughtrey, a retired meat cutter, died at 2:55 a.m. Sunday in Cox Medical Center North, Springfield, after a long illness. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 8:30 pm. today in the funeral home. Pauline Foote, 24 LAQUEY Services for Pauline Foote, Laquey, will be at 1:30 pjn. Tuesday in Colonial Chapel, Richland. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery, Richland. Miss Foote, a seamstress, died at 2:30 pm. Saturday as the result of injuries suffered in an auto accident in St Rob ert. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 pjn. today in the funeral home. Fem E. Grubaugh, 62 OZARK Services for Fern E. Grubaugh, Ozark, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday m Adams Funeral Home. Burial will be Section credits Pag Design by: Julia McMahon Editing by: Connie Farrow Headlines and editing by: Jane Bennett, Jim Larsen, Dick Shet-ton. Amy "Fischer, Sandra Woo-dard OMuarles, Death Notice: Katny Oeschle in Richwood Cemetery. Mrs. Grubaugh, a former greenhouse employee, died Saturday morning in her home after a long illness. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. tela Maude Hayward, 83 Services for Lela Maude Hayward, Springfield, will be at 2 pjn. Tuesday in South Street Christian Church. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Hayward died at 6.-05 am. Saturday in Cox Medical Center North after a long illness. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. today in Klingner Chapel. Earl Ray Lindsay, 73 Services for Earl Ray Lindsey, Springfield, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Burial will be in Springfield National Cemetery. Mr. Lindsey died at 4:50 am. Saturday in his home after a short illness. Visitation will be from 2 to 3 p.m. today in the funeral home. Anna M. Lomas, 78 CAMDENTON Services for Anna M. Lomas, Camden ton, will be at 7 pjn. today in Allee-Reed Chapel. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Cresthaven Memorial Park, Olney, 111. Mrs. Lomas, a former employee of a shoe factory, died at 5 pjn. Saturday in Ozarks Care Center, Osage Beach. Visitation will be from 6 pjn. until service time today in the funeral home. Alma L McCotlum, 66 LEBANON Services for Alma L McCoUum, Lebanon, will be at 10 ajn. Tuesday in Pickering Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mount Rose Memorial Park. Mrs. McCoUum, a homemaker, died at 4:27 pjn. Friday in Lebanon Care Center. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home. Marie Vivian Mitchell, 69 Graveside services for Marie Vivian Mitchell, Springfield, will be at 11 ajn, Tuesday in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Mitchell, a homemaker, died at 5:35 a.m. Friday in St John's Regional Health Center. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 pm. today in Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Malcolm T. Scrlbner, 73 GAINESVILLE Services for Malcolm T. Scribner, Gainesville, will be at 2 pjn. Thursday in Smith Chapel Church of Christ near Gainesville. Burial with military rites will be in Smith Chapel Cemetery, under direction of Clinkingbeard Funeral Home. Mr. Scribner, a farmer, died at 120 am. Saturday in Veterans Administration Hospital, Columbia. Friends may call after 8:30 ajn.1 Wednesday in the funeral home, where visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Hazel L Tucker, 83 ROACH Services for Hazel L Tucker, Roach, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Allee-Reed Funeral Home, Camden ton. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Bar-nett Mrs. Tucker, a longtime telephone company employee, died Saturday morning in her home. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pjn. Tuesday in the funeral home. Lillian Edna Upshaw, 79 Services for Lillian Edna Upshaw, Springfield, will be at 1 pjn. Tuesday in Greenlawn Funeral Home South. Burial will be in White Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Upshaw, a homemaker, died at 1 ajn. Sunday in Cox Medical Center South. Other Deaths Listed below are notices of recent deaths of present or former residents of southwest Missouri. More details will be published when information is available. Lydia O. Agard, 86, Springfield, died at 11:07 am. Sunday in Cox Medical Center North. Arrangements will be announced by Klingner Mortuary. Jevon Max Brown, 24, Springfield, died Sunday morning from injuries suffered in an auto accident in Stone County. Arrangements will be announced by Greenlawn Funeral Home South. w4 Sandy WatsonThe News-Leader Elizabeth Milbrandt and her mother, Patty, look Center. Rich's husband, Allen, makes the wooden over a display with assistance from Margery Rich chairs as a hobby. The event was held in connec-during Sunday's celebration at Northview Senior tion with Older Americans Month. Inmate sues for right to worship devil The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. A man scheduled to be the first Arkansas inmate executed in more than a quarter century is suing the state over his right to worship the devil. But officials see the suit as just another ploy by John Edward Swin dler to stay alive. Swindler is to be put to death June 18 for the 1976 shooting death of a Fort Smith police officer. Swindler has sued the prison system numerous times over alleged mistreatment on death row. GETTING IT CORRECT The News-Leader strives for accuracy and fairness. We will correct any errors or misunderstandings created by stories, headlines and photographs. Readers may request a correction by calling the metro editor at 836-1199, day or night Obituaries Paid announcements are arranged through southwest Missouri funeral home directors. Dorothy Jean Coleman Dorothy Jean Coleman, 61, Springfield, died at 2:10 p.m. Saturday, May 26, 1990, in her home after a long illness. Born April 9, 1929, in Memphis, Tenn., she had resided in Springfield for the past 31 years. She was the secretary at Immaculate Conception School for 21 years and was also a member of that parish. Mrs. Coleman is survived by her husband of 40 years, Patrick; four sons, Pat, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Michael, Tom and John Coleman, all of Springfield; a daughter, Cathy Toniuk, Springfield; 11 grandchildren; and two sisters, Gladys Roberts and Christine Wilkerson, both of Memphis, Tenn. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday In Immaculate Conception Church. Burial will be In Resurrection Cemetery under direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Rosary services will be at 7:30 p.m. today In Immaculate Conception Church. Memorials may be made to the Immaculate Conception Scholarship Fund in care of the Springfield Catholic School Office. Jack Allison Farthing OZARK Jack Allison Farthing, 81, Ozark, died Saturday evening in his home after a two-year illness. Born in Sparta, he . lived most of his Hfe in Christian County. He was the son of Dr. R.R. and CHlie Belle Kerr Farthing. He attended Drury College and graduated from the present SMSU. In 1934, he married Jennie Taylor. Prior to World War II, he went on active duty In the U.S. Army. He served throughout the war, attaining the rank of colonel, and was awarded the Legion of Merit. He conintued in the reserves for many years. At the dose of the war, he moved back to Ozark and started Ozark Wholesale Grocer Company. Later he moved this company to Spring field and continued to operate it until his retirement. He developed several grocery stores in southwest Missouri. After retirement from the grocery business, he was instrumental in the organization of the Christian County National Bank and enioved work on his farm at Ho-pedale. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Ozark. He served as president of the Ozark Board of Education for 18 years. Active in numerous civic organizations, he was a member of Rotary International and served on the area Boy Scout and Camp Fire Girl Councils. He was a member of the Abou Ben Adhem Temple and Masonic Bodies. He is survived by his wife, Jennie; a son, John Farthing, and his wife, Nancy, Springfield; two daughters, Jane Wheeler, and her husband, Jim, Sedona, Ariz., and Mary Adams, and her husband, Dean, Ozark; a brother, Dr. Gene Farthing, Springfield; and seven grandchildren, Julia, Elizabeth, and Jack Farthing, Allison and Amanda Wheeler, and Sarah and Arthur Adams. He was preceded in death by a brother, Dr. Fred Farthing. Services will be at 1 030 ajn. Wednesday in Adams Funeral Home with the Rev. Troy Rhoden officiating. Burial will be in Hazerwood Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in Adams Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Ozark Rotary Club for the benefit of Hospice, or a charity of the donor's choice. Alfred A. Durham Alfred A. Durham, 57, Springfield, died at 3:18 p.m. Friday in his home. Mr. Durham was a setf -employed painting contractor. He is survived by his parents, Alfred s. "Pete" and Lucille Durham, Springfield; three sons. Bill Henson, Hutchinson, Kan., Paul Allen Durham, Fairgrove, and Gregory Dean Durham, Springfield; a daughter, Rhonda Rice, Tulsa, Ok la.; two brothers. Jack Durham and David Durham, both of Springfield; and four grandchildren, Michelle Rice, Tulsa, Coleman Durham, Fair-grove, and Shelby and Chandler Durham, both of Springfield. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, near Aldrich, under direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday In the funeral home. Marian .R. Fuller Marian R. Fuller, 65, Springfield, died at 3:01 p.m. Saturday in St. John's Regional Health Center, She was born Aug. 30, 1924, in Birmingham, Ala., to William and Margaret Sampson Ro-buck. She married Robert Fuller on June 4, 1946, in Amory, Miss. She was a homemaker and a lifelong Presbyterian, attending . Woodland Heights Presbyterian Church in Springfield. She is survived by her husband, Robert; a son, Robert R., Tulsa, Okla4 two daughters, Margaret Rigsby, Ada, Okla., and Alice Green Myer, Tulsa, Okla.; and four grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Greenlawn Funeral Home North with the Rev. Gregory W. Essei-man officiating. The body will be cremated and burial will be at a later date in Springfield National Cemetery. Frances Walter Hennis Frances Walter Hennis, 66, Springfield, died at 3:55 pjn. Saturday in Cox Medical Center North. He was bom Dec 20, 1923, in Port Chester, N.Y., to David Walter and Catherine Merritt Hennis. He was a music instructor and a retired salesman for Hoover and Voitaw where he sold musical instruments. He was a U.S. Navy veteran. He is survived by his wife, Joan Hennis, of the home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday In Schutte Funeral Home, Postville, Iowa. Burial will be in Postville Cemetery. Local arrangements are under direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Annie Belle Redd BOLIVAR Annie Belle Drake Redd, Los Alamltos, Calif., formerly of Bolivar, died at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Kaiser Foundation ' Hospital, Beilflower, Calif. A retired clerk for the Veterans Administration, she was the daughter of Isaac and Bess Drake. She is survived by a son, Robert E. Redd Sr., Woodland, Wash a daughter, Patricia Anne Duquette, Los Alamitos, Calif.; a brother, John Drake, Willard' five sisters, Dorothy Stevens, Des Moines, Iowa, Tnei-ma Swisher, Placentia, Calif., Ranees Zembik, Fountain Valley, Calif., Mary Powell, Santa Paula, Calif., and Pau line Washelchok, Keaaui, Hawaii; and seven grandchildren, Bruce Duquette, Fountain Valley, Calif., Mi-chele Peterson, Pomona, Calif., Bryan Duquette, El Paso, Texas, Robert E. Redd Jr., Vancouver, Wash., Michael Redd, LaCenter, Wash., and David and Jennifer Redd, both of Woodland, Wash. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. Harold Hendrickson officiating. Services are under the direction of Murray Funeral Home. Hattie George Smith MARSHFIELD Hat-tie George Smith, Birmingham, Mich., was born May 6, 1898, and died May 26, 1990, at the age of 92 years. Hattie was bom on the David George farm, near Marshfield. She graduated from Marshfield High School and later married Lawrence Jabe Smith of Marshfield. She moved to Michigan after his death to be near her daughter, Marforie. Hattie was a member of the D.A.R. Piety Hill Chapter, Birmingham, Mich.; the Pilgrimage Garden Club of Natchez, Miss.; the Founders Society of the Detroit Institute of Art; and the National Council of State Garden Clubs Inc. Hattie was proud to be one of very few accredited Master Flower Show Judges. She was an active member of United Methodist Church of Marshfield, and later attended Christ Church Cranbrook, Bloomfteld Hills, Mich. Hattie Smith is survived by a daughter, Mariorie Smith Ne-derlander, and her husband, Harry J two grandchildren, William Kimball Breech, Evergreen, Colo., and Kath-ryn Breech Raft, and her husband, Arnold V., Bloomfleld Hills, Mich.; four great-grandchildren, Chrandra Kirsten Breech, Erin Ridgetey Breech, Lauren Elizabeth Raft and Kristen Breech Raft; a sister, June George Bailey, Ox-nard, Calif,- and two brothers, Herbert George, Helena, Mont., and David George, Marshfield. Services will be at 11 ajn. Wednesday in Marshfield United Methodist Church with Rev. Russell Jones officiating. Burial will be in Marshfield Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in Arthur's Colonial Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to the United Methodist Church Music Fund. A

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