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Dorothy L. Middleton Mrs. Dorothy L. Middleton, 64, died Feb. 1, 2008, at her home, Lawrence Brown-Service Funeral Home is entrusted with the funeral arrangements.

Ms. Mary Mason ORRVILLE Ms. Mary Mason, 81, died Feb. 2008, at UAB Hospital in Birmingham. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Miller Funeral Home Inc.

Ms. Barbara Ann "Bobbie" Yarbrough Ms. Barbara Ann "Bobbie" Yarbrough, 74, died Thursday, Jan. 31,2008. She was preceded in death by her husband Herschel Clay Yarbrough and grandson Lucas Alan Yarbrough.

Surviving is her son, the Rev. Alan (Pam) Yarbrough, daughter, Yolande "Londie" (William) Turberville; brother, Ralph Smith; sister, Wanda Thomas; grandchildren, Paul Bender, Austin Bender, Josh Yarbrough and Joel Yarbrough; great-grandchildren, Bender, Mary Katharine Bender and Preston Bender. Mrs. Yarbrough was an avid collector of clowns, jewelry, clothes, shoes and Elvis memorabilia and enjoyed roller skating, music and watching television. Visitation for Mrs.

will be held from- 1-2 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 3,2008, in the sanctuary Crosspoint Christian Church. Her funeral service will begin at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Joe Britton officiating.

Interment will follow in New Live Oak Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be Clay Dean, Jeremy Gardner, Austin Bender, Josh Yarbrough, Joel Yarbrough and Nick Cravato. The family wishes to thank the staff of Warren Manor Nursing Home and also Cahaba Hospice for their service to Mrs. Yarbrough. Selma Funeral Home is serving the family of Mrs.

Yarbrough. Visit: to send online condolences. SOUTH NEWS BRIEFS Commissioner Ron Sparks talks business to chamber Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries Ron Sparks will headline the Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce's 92nd annual Chamber Banquet and Dinner on Monday. "We are especially excited about our (guest) speaker for this year's banquet," President of the Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce Kelley Smith said. The Demopolis Times Rockslide closes public pier near Mitchell Dam Alabama Power officials have closed a public fishing pier near Mitchell Dam due to a rockslide.

The slide damaged a retaining wall at the pier and spread rocks, dirt and tree limbs onto the structure. The pier is located below Mitchell Dam. Power company spokesperson Jan Ellis said the cause of the slide has not been determined, but they suspect water became trapped in the cracks behind the rock face. During the cold weather, the freezing apparently caused the rocks to break loose. The Canton Advertiser Body of missing McGhee woman has not found Escambia County sheriff Grover Smith put to rest numerous rumors that the body of Melinda McGhee, who has been missing nearly five years, was found on a dirt road near the Poarch Creek Indian Reservation.

"We had information that Melinda McGhee might be in a septic tank off Atmosphere Road behind an abandoned house," Smith said Friday afternoon. "We did not find a body and there was no indication that she was ever there." Anyone with information about Melinda McGhee's disappearance is asked to contact the Escambia County Sheriff's Department at 251-809-2141: The Atmore Advonce Dr. John T. Moore Jr. Dr.

John Thomas Moore 82, of Orville died Friday, Feb. 2008. Graveside funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 3, 2008, in Orville Cemetery officiated by the Rev.

Henry Smith and the Rev. Wiley Reid officiating and directed by Lawrence Brown-Service Funeral Home. Dr. Moore is survived by his wife Carolyn M. Moore of Orrville; daughter, Dianne Hardin and son-in-law Wes Hardin of Birmingham; grandchildren, Wesley and Davis Hardin of Birmingham; nieces, Caroline (Jim) Bigger of Beatrice and Clementine (Calvin) Bowie of Orrville; brother-in-law, Clinton Seale; honorary grandchildren, Stephen (Rebecca) Tidwell, and Kay (Michael) Sanford and their mother Mary Anne (Tommy) King.

Serving as pallbearers will be Buddy Hardin, Bell Kendrick, Tommy McHugh, Jeff Looney, Calvin Bowie, and Stephen Tidwell. Honorary pallbearers will be Curtis Barrett, Robert Kirk, Tommy King, Larry Nickles, Wayne Nickles, Billy Plummer, and Jack Adcox. The family will receive friends from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers' the family suggests memorial donations to the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Marion Junction. Mr. Earnest Wellington Mr. Earnest Wellington of Cartersville, Ga. was born on April 6, 1964, to the late Emmett And Corine Hunter Wellington in Sardis, Earnest's courageous fight for life ended on Satur- day, Jan.

26, 2008, at Baptist South Hospital in Montgomery, Ala. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008, at New Bride Baptist Church in Sardis, Ala. Burial will follow at Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery with Miller Funeral Services directing and Pastor Curtis Jackson officiating. He accepted Christ and joined the Historical Brown Chapel A.M.E.

church in Selma, Ala. LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY North 1028 Dawson Dawson Singleton Drive Lot Singleton Drive Lot RESIDENTIAL 10 Ace 139 Cypress Bend Na Less 125 Co Rd Featured Agent: Michelle Jones Call me to see what in my. Gallery 334-412-3171 REAL ESTATE Gallery 874-8182 706 Broad Street, Selma Earnest's job granted him the opportunity to travel an array of cities. During his stay in Grand Prairie, Texas, he joined the Potter's House Church under the leadership of Bishop T.D. Jakes, Earnest was an outstanding salesman of 14 years with Kirby Vacuum Company.

Due to his success as a salesman, Earnest became a distributor, managing his own office in Oct. 2006. He worked diligently until his health descended. He leaves behind one sister, Mary Ann Smith (Jonathan), South Holland, Chicago, three brothers, George Hunter (Phyllis), Fair Banks, Alaska; A.C. Hunter (Ethel), Selma, David Hunter (Sharon) Valley Grande, three aunts, Anna Landers, Sardis, Willie Lee Hunter, Sardis, Mary Wagner, Clewiston, I1 nephews and three nieces.

A host of half brothers and sisters, cousins and friends; and a special friend Crystal Stallard of Cartersville, Ga. Mr. Joe Ballenger Williams Jr. ABBEVILLE Joe Ballenger Williams a resident of Abbeville, died Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2008.

He was 61: Memorial services will be held at a later date. Mr. Williams was born in Selma, son of the late Joe Ballenger. Williams Sr. and Mary Louise Boggs Williams.

He lived in Maryville, Tenn. from 1983 until 2007, when he moved to Abbeville. Mr. Williams was a graduate of Parish High School in Selma and the University of Alabama where he received a degree in ac-counting. He also received a master's degree in secondary education from the University of Tennessee.

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Surviving relatives include his wife, Sarah Woodham Williams, Abbeville, three sons, Braxton Scott Woodham and fiancee, Barndi Kim, San Francisco, William Bradley Sealy and fiancee, Olivia Yoon, Los Angeles, Clark Woodham Williams, Chattanooga, a sister, Mary Louise Mason and husband, Ernest Mason, Charlotte, N.C.; brothers-in-law and sisters-inlaw, Billy Woodham, Hudson, Charles Woodham and wife, Dianne Woodham, Abbeville; Gene Woodham and wife, Guen Woodham, Pelham, several nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorials may be made to the Abbeville Memorial Library, 301 Kirkland Street, Abbeville, AL 36310; Ft. Gaines Presbyterian Church, Fort Gaines, GA 39851; New Providence Presbyterian Church, 703 W. Broadway Avenue, Maryville, TN 37801; First Presbyterian Church of Selma, 301 Broad Street, Selma, AL 36701; Abbeville United Methodist Church, P.O, Box 100, 36310; First Baptist Church of Abbeville, P.O. Box 606, Abbeville, AL 36310.

Those who knew Joe, saw him as a friend, a father, a financial advisor, a golf partner, a son, a brother, a neighbor, a jokester, and certainly one with a heart of gold, especially for those KELLY MS TIRES Meadows Tire Co. 2897 Citizens Parkway Selma, Alabama 36701 334-875-7276 less fortunate. And the philosophy he lived by and urged others to follow was, "If you know how to spend less than you get, you have the philosopher's BenjaminFranklin. Holman Abbeville Mortuary is in charge of arrangements, 334- 585-5261. Ms.

Sara Carroll Jackson Ms. Sara Carroll Jackson, 84, of Furman died Friday Feb. 1, 2008, in Camden. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in the Chapel of Lawrence Brown-Service Funer- al Home, officiated by Dr.

Stringfield? She is survived by her brother, Jimmy Carroll of McWilliams, nephews, John (Jennifer) Jackson of Warner Robins, Ga. and Carl (Rixene) Jackson of Camden, and other nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Jackson, The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 11. a.m. Monday morning.

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