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BARGER, BOYER, FISK, FOSTER, HUMPHREY, HUMPRHREY, JACKSON, JOPLIN, ROBINETT, SETZER, SMITH
Death Date Wednesday, November 11, 1987
The Mountain Echo, November 18, 1987 Issue: Eva HUMPHREY SMITH. Eva HUMPRHREY SMITH, 78, of North Little Rock died Friday, Nov. 11, at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock. She had been a Pulaski County resident for the last eight years and prior to that was a resident of Yellville. She was a homemaker and was born April 7, 1909, in Rush, the daughter of John and Arlie JACKSON. She is survived by two daughters, Pauline "Polly" BARGER of Jacksonville and Nelma FISK FOSTER of Mabelvale; two sons, Junior HUMPHREY of Torance, Calif. and Troy HUMPHREY of Lodi, Calif., two sisters, Beatrice JOPLIN of Atlanta, Texas and Viva BOYER of Ellismore, Mo.; two brothers, Vaughn ROBINETT of Casper, Wyo. And Otto ROBINETT of Ellisnore, Mo.; 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents. Graveside services were held Monday, Nov. 16, at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery with the Rev. James Foster officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home of Yellville. [The grave is marked Eva SETZER.]
AVEY, BLANKENSHIP, CALLAHAN, CASEY, GAYTON, HALL, HUDSPETH, KEETER, KING, MANHART, MOREAU, NASH, OTT, PLUMLEE, STILL, TREAT, VEGA
Death Date Tuesday, December 29, 1987
The Mountain Echo, January 6, 1988 Issue: Inez TREAT. Inez TREAT, 84, of Yellville died Tuesday, Dec. 29, at Central Ozarks Medical Center in Yellville. She was a homemaker and a member of the Yellville Assembly of God Church. Born April 4, 1903 in Yellville she was the daughter of Alfred KEETER and Hulda CALLAHAN KEETER. Survivors include four daughters, Lelia VEGA of Wichita, Kan., Mary GAYTON of Sylmar, Calif., Obedia KEETER of Yellville and Flora HALL of Yellville; three sons, C. L. HUDSPETH of Yellville, A. G. HUDSPETH of Yakima, Wash. and Jay HUDSPETH of Lagana Hills, Calif., one sister Donna OTT of Yellville, 20 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Ed TREAT and her parents. Services for Mrs. TREAT were held Wednesday, Dec. 31, at Burns Funeral Home Chapel in Yellville with the Rev. James Foster officiating. Pallbearers were Mickey STILL, James CASEY, Vernon MOREAU, Leo AVEY, Carl Lee BLANKENSHIP and Euell OTT. Honorary pallbearers included Lewis MANHART, Harley PLUMLEE, Burl KING and Bob NASH. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under the direction of Burns Funeral Home of Yellville.
DAVENPORT, HOLLIS, HURST, JAMES, OTT, SNIPES, WARE, WOOD
Death Date Wednesday, March 16, 1988
The Mountain Echo, March 23, 1988 Issue: Louella WARE, 101, former teacher. Louella WARE, 101, of Yellville died Wednesday, March 16 at Central Ozarks Medical Center in Yellville. A retired school teacher, Mrs. WARE was born at Rush September 26, 1886 the daughter of Joseph W. SNIPES and Mary Ann HOLLIS SNIPES. She was a member of the Yellville United Methodist Church and a lifetime resident of Marion County. Survivors include a brother, Milton SNIPES, Yellville, one step grandson, Leslie WARE and two step granddaughters, Lillian Leslie and Neville DAVENPORT, all of California. She was preceded in death by her parents, her step mother, her husband, Dr. John C. WARE, three sisters and nine brothers. Services for Mrs. WARE were held Saturday, March 19 at the Yellville United Methodist Church with Rev. Thomas Yoder officiating. Pallbearers included David HURST, Jimmy SNIPES, Russell Lee JAMES, Doyle WOOD, Virgil OTT, Jr., and Bobby Joe OTT. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under the direction of Burns Funeral Home of Yellville.
CALL, SMITH, TAYLOR
Death Date Sunday, March 20, 1988
The Mountain Echo, March 23, 1988 Issue: Peggy TAYLOR, 38, secretary. Peggy TAYLOR, 39, of Yellville died Sunday, March 20 at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Mo. Mrs. TAYLOR was the corporate secretary of Craft Wood Homes. Born February 13, 1949 in Oregon, she was the daughter of Alvin Smith and Martha CALL SMITH. She had lived in Marion County for one year and was a former resident of Fort Collings, Colo. Survivors include her husband Phil TAYLOR of Yellville and a brother Phil TAYLOR of Oregon. She was preceded in death by her parents. Services for Mrs. TAYLOR were Tuesday, March 22 at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery with Rev. Tom Yoder officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home of Yellville.
CARSON, COCHRAN, DAVENPORT, DOTY, MELTON, SMITH, TATUM, WICKERSHAM
Death Date Sunday, March 27, 1988
The Mountain Echo, March 30, 1988 Issue: Biffel MELTON, 86, of Yellville. Biffel L. MELTON, 86, of Yellville died Sunday, March 27 at Central Ozarks Medical Center in Yellville. Mrs. MELTON was a lifetime resident of Marion County and a homemaker. Born May 2, 1901 she was the daughter of Marson CARSON and Lessie TATUM CARSON. Survivors include two daughters, Juanita DOTY of Rogers and Bonnie SMITH of Mountain Home; a son, Gene MELTON of Yellville; ten grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and seven great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Ernie MELTON, her parents, two sisters and two brothers. Services were held at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with Rev. Fred Goodall officiating. Don Roy DAVENPORT, Russell Keith DAVENPORT, Darrell WICKERSHAM, Jim SMITH and Marcus MELTON were pallbearers. Don COCHRAN and John MELTON served as honorary pallbearers. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under the direction of Burns Funeral Home of Yellville.
BURLESON, DAVENPORT, DILLARD, GILLEY, JOHNSON, KEETER, LYNCH, MORROW, ROACH, ROBISON, WILLIAMS
Death Date Sunday, March 27, 1988
The Mountain Echo, March 30, 1988 Issue: Ruby MORROW, 86, lifetime resident. Ruby B. MORROW, 86, of Yellville died at North Arkansas Medical Center in Harrison Sunday, March 27. Mrs. MORROW was a homemaker and a life long resident of Marion County. Born March 2, 1902 at Georges Creek she was the daughter of Henry Clay JOHNSON and Ann WILLIAMS JOHNSON. Survivors include her two daughters Anna Lee DAVENPORT and Augusta ROACH both of Yellville, a sister Opal KEETER of Tuckerman, six grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren and one great great grandson. Services were held Tuesday, March 29 at Burns Funeral Home Chapel in Yellville with Rev. Roy Dunn officiating. Roy DILLARD, Charles ROBISON, U. D. LYNCH, Floyd BURLESON, Robert ROBISON and Coy GILLEY served as pallbearers. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery under the direction of Burns Funeral Home.
BOGLE, BURROW, CASS, DOSHIER, HALL, RAMEY, SMITH, STILLS, SUMMERS, SURBER, VENABLE, WILLIAMS, WOLVERTON
Death Date Tuesday, April 19, 1988
The Mountain Echo, April 27, 1988 Issue: Floyd J. DOSHIER. Floyd Johnathan DOSHIER of Harrison, a former Yellville resident, died at North Arkansas Medical Center April 19. He was 78. He was a member of the New Hope Baptist church, and was a World War II veteran. He was born in Van Buren County Feb. 18, 1910 to Boone and Jannie (SUMMERS) DOSHIER. He was a self-employed carpenter and had lived in Boone County for 30 years. Survivors are his wife Betty Jean DOSHIER of Harrison, two daughters Shirley DOSHIER and Sherry VENABLE, both of Fayetteville, a son Dale DOSHIER of Sacramento, Calif., sisters Janet SURBER of San Antonio, Texas, Sara Jane WILLIAMS of Concord, Calif., and Genive WOLVERTON of San Pedro, Calif., brothers Jewell DOSHIER of Yellville, Lon DOSHIER and A. B. DOSHIER, both of Maderia, Calif., five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his wife Marie CASS DOSHIER and one son, F. J. DOSHIER. The funeral was Friday, April 23, at Burns Funeral Home with the Rev. Fred Goodall officiating, burial was at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Verl DOSHIER, Hollis HALL, Fred BURROW, Gene SMITH, Jimmy BOGLE, and Carl RAMEY. Honorary pallbearers were Harold DOSHIER, Altus DOSHIER, David STILLS and Howard DOSHIER.
AHRENS, DOSHIER, EZELL, HAYNES, JAMES, KING, LINCK, OTT, PADEN, ROBINSON, ROBISON, SCOTT, WALKER
Death Date Wednesday, April 20, 1988
The Mountain Echo, April 27, 1988 Issue: Retha ROBISON. Retha ROBISON, 69, of Yellville died April 20 at her home. A housewife, she was the wife of Ray ROBISON and a lifetime resident of Marion County. Mrs. ROBISON was born at Rush Dec. 28, 1918, to Charlie and Oma (DOSHIER) OTT. She was married Dec. 24, 1938. Survivors in addition to her husband are two daughters, Carolyn HAYNES and Mary Jane WALKER, both of Yellville, a sister Hettie LINCK of Flippin, a brother Fred OTT of Okemah, Okla., four grandchildren and one great grandchild. One grandchild preceded her in death. The funeral was Friday at the Main St. Church of Christ, where she was a member, with Bro. Earl Cook officiating. Burial was at Pleasant Ridge. Pallbearers were Larry WALKER, Chad HAYNES, Matt WALKER, Robert ROBISON, Charles ROBINSON, and Clarence ROBISON. Honorary pallbearers were Noah ROBISON, Johnny EZELL, Burl KING, Troy JAMES, Robert PADEN, Alvin SCOTT, Bobby Joe OTT, Dr. Bob AHRENS, Dr. Richard AHRENS and Jay KING.
AHRENS, BABEL, BLAIR, CALLAHAN, COCHRAN, DAVENPROT, GILLEY, HAMLET, JEFFERSON, JONES, JUSTICE, KEETER, KISOR, MOORE, MOREAU, MOREAY, MUSGROVE, READ, SULLIVAN, VEGA, WALKER, WILLIAMS, YARBROUGH
Death Date Monday, May 9, 1988
The Mountain Echo, May 18, 1988 Issue: Effie WILLIAMS. Effie WILLIAMS, 93, a lifetime Marion County resident died May 9 at the Marion County Nursing Home. She was a housewife and a Yellville resident. She was a member of the Yellville First Baptist Church. Mrs. WILLIAMS was born July 5, 1894 in Marion County to Mary Jane (CALLAHAN) and Will KEETER. She married John WILLIAMS June 7, 1914. He died in 1973. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Cecil BABEL of Redding, Calif., Kathryn JUSTICE of Spokane, Wash., Aletis MOORE of New Mexico, and Barnadine VEGA of Weed, Calif., a son John WILLIAMS of Grandview, Wash., a sister Nellie YARBROUGH of Yellville, 11 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and four great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and Lloyd MOREAY of Yellville. The funeral was May 13 at Burns Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Howard KISOR officiating, with burial at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Pallbearers were Doyle DAVENPROT, Jack GILLEY, Walt JEFFERSON, Elton KEETER, Carl David JONES and Vernon MOREAU. Honorary pallbearers were George BLAIR, Cholco COCHRAN, Keith HAMLET, Jack MUSGROVE, Jimmie READ, Jim SULLIVAN, Carl WALKER, Dr. Bob AHRENS and Dr. Richard AHRENS.
BENNETT, BIRMINGHAM, DICKS, LIVINGS, NEUHOUS, PYLE, ROSE, TAYLOR, WILSON
Death Date Saturday, July 16, 1988
The Mountain Echo, July 27, 1988 Issue: Frank BENNETT, 64. Graveside services for Samuel Francis "Frank" BENNETT, 64, or Calico Rock, were at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 16, at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery at Yellville with Charles Faith officiating. Mr. BENNETT, a retired carpenter, died Thursday, July 14, at the Calico Rock Medical Center. Survivors include his wife, Betty BENNETT of Calico Rock, two daughters, Sandra ROSE of Springfield, Mo., and Michelle BENNETT of Columbia, Mo.; a stepson, Jim PYLE of Pineville; two stepdaughters, Linda BIRMINGHAM of Gassville and Donna DICKS of St. Louis; three brothers, Ralph BENNETT of Michigan, and Marvin and William BENNETT, both of Missouri, and three step-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Mike TAYLOR, Kevin NEUHOUS, Stan WILSON, Larry LIVINGS, Larry Gwaltney and Jay Altasan.
AHRENS, BARRETT, BURROW, JOHNSON, KELLY, MITCHELL, PHILLIPS, WELCH
Death Date Monday, July 25, 1988
The Mountain Echo, August 3, 1988 Issue: Robert Elton MITCHELL, 80, Services for Robert Elton MITCHELL, 80 of Yellville, were at 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 27, at Pleasant Ridge Church with Earl Cook officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mr. MITCHELL died Monday, July 25, at the North Arkansas Medical Center at Harrison. He was a veteran of World War II and was a farmer. Survivors include a sister, Velma JOHNSON, and two brothers, Melvin MITCHELL and Bert MITCHELL, all of Yellville. Pallbearers were Jim WELCH, Edward WELCH, Johny WELCH, Charles WELCH, Freddy WELCH and Larry PHILLIPS. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Richard AHRENS, Dr. Bob AHRENS, A. A. BARRETT, Marvin PHILLIPS, Jim KELLY and Fred BURROW.
ANDERSON, FREEMAN, HARLOW, MARTIN
Death Date Saturday, September 10, 1988
The Mountain Echo, September 14, 1988 Issue: Bradley M. ANDERSON, 84. Services for Bradley M. ANDERSON, 84, of Yellville, were at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Burns Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Charles Throckmorton and James Foster officiating. Mr. ANDERSON, a retired Assembly of God minister, died Thursday, Sept. 8, at the Marion County Nursing Home. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. He was born Aug. 15, 1903, at Bald Knob, the son of John and Elizabeth MARTIN ANDERSON. Survivors include a brother, Leonard ANDERSON of Mountain Home, two half-sisters and four half-brothers. Pallbearers were Norm FREEMAN, Junior HARLOW, Claude ANDERSON, David ANDERSON, Melvin ANDERSON and Murl ANDERSON. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
BOGLE, BURROW, GOODALL, LUCCAS, MATHIS, MCBEE, REYNOLDS, SMITH, SPEARS, TREAT, WRAY
Death Date Friday, November 25, 1988
The Mountain Echo, November 30, 1988 Issue: Alley TREAT MCBEE, 90. Services for Alley TREAT MCBEE, 90, of Harrison, were scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, at Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Carl Goodall officiating. Mrs. MCBEE, a homemaker, died Friday, Nov. 25, at the Harrison Nursing Home. Burial was to be in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. She was a member of the Church of Christ and a former resident of Yellville. She was born in Western Grove on May 9, 1898, the daughter of John A. REYNOLDS and Julie SPEARS REYNOLDS. Survivors include two daughters, Bessie SMITH and Lessie WRAY, both of Harrison, and two sons, John "Jack" TREAT of Auburn, Calif., and Argie TREAT of Lincoln, Calif. She also is survived by 15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Jack LUCCAS, Shawn BOGLE, Lowell GOODALL, Fred BURROW, Jim BOGLE and Lonnie MATHIS. Burns Funeral Home at Yellville was in charge of arrangements.
BACKES, BASTILLE, BILLUPS, BONIN, DOELTER, ELLIS, SKINNER, SLATTEN, VANNESS, VOORHIES, WOODS
Death Date Wednesday, January 11, 1989
The Mountain Echo, January 18, 1989 Issue: Richard Paul SKINNER, 60. Services for Richard Paul SKINNER, 60 of Yellville, were at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Elder Alvin A. Wilson officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mr. SKINNER, a Baptist and an Army veteran, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, at the McCullen Veterans Administration Hospital in Little Rock. He was a high steel welder in the construction industry. He was born Dec. 2, 1928, at St. Helens, Ore., the son of William Paul and Blanch BASTILLE SKINNER, and moved to Yellville seven years ago from Columbia, Texas. Survivors include his wife, Pam J. SKINNER of Yellville; three daughters, Shirley VANNESS of Yellville, Ellen VOORHIES of Ragley, La., and Ricki Ann SLATTEN of Allen, Texas; two sons, Mark SKINNER of Nacogdoches, Texas, and Robert VANNESS of West Columbia, Texas; two sisters, Mary SKINNER and Dorothy SKINNER, both of California; and two brothers, Roger SKINNER and Don SKINNER, both of California. He also is survived by three grandchildren. Pallbearers were Tim BILLUPS, Johnnie ELLIS, Robert BONIN, Wayne WOODS, Craig BACKES and Larry DOELTER. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
BURNETT, CARLTON, COON, HALL, HAMILTON, HONEYCUTT, LEWIS, MELTON, POTTS, SETZER, SHIPMAN, SUTTERFIELD, WAGGONER, WALLACE
Death Date Wednesday, January 25, 1989
The Baxter Bulletin, January 30, 1989 Issue: Services held Saturday for Howard CARLTON. Howard Hollis CARLTON, 70, of Yellville, died Wednesday (Jan. 25, 1989) at Baxter County Regional Hospital. He was a self-employed carpenter and a long-time Yellville resident. Mr. CARLTON is survived by his wife Zella Mae SETZER CARLTON and by his mother, Eva Lora HAMILTON CARLTON of Rosston. He is also survived by four daughters; Joyce Ann HONEYCUTT of Cozahome, Loretta POTTS of Springdale, Kathy LEWIS of Kansas City, Kans., and Phyllis MELTON of Yellville; four sons, William H. CARLTON of Springdale, Bobby Joe CARLTON of Yellville, Larry CARLTON of Oklahoma and James E. CARLTON of Springdale. Also surviving are two sister: Ometine COON of Camden and Margie BURNETT of Bakersfield, Calif.; one brother, Nelson CARLTON of Fairbanks, Alaska; 21 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Mr. CARLTON was preceded in death by his father, James Monroe CARLTON, and by one grandchild and one great-grandchild. Services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Yellville Assembly of God Church. The Rev. James Foster officiated. Pallbearers were Kenneth SUTTERFIELD, Junior SHIPMAN, James HALL, Logan HAMILTON, Dennis CARLTON, and Jim WALLACE. Honorary pallbearers were Marshall WAGGONER and G. C. MELTON. Arrangements were by Burns Funeral Home in Yellville. Burial was at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.
BETHKE, CONNIOR, COWDEN, EASLEY, GIVING, KIRK, LOBDELL
Death Date Monday, March 13, 1989
The Mountain Echo, March 22, 1989 Issue: Roy Thomas COWDEN, 52, of Yellville. Services for Roy Thomas COWDEN, 52, of Yellville, were at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 18, at Burns Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jon L. White officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. He was a Presbyterian. Mr. COWDEN died Monday, March 13, at his home. He was born Feb. 24, 1937, at New Concord, O. He moved to Marion County from California about five months ago. He was a journeyman in electric power line construction. Survivors include his wife, Mabel, of Yellville, and five sons, Lewis James COWDEN of Yellville, Jeffrey COWDEN of Ohio, Gene EASLEY of Santa Fe, N.M., Gary EASLEY of Roy, Utah, and Kenneth EASLEY of Ogden, Utah. He is also survived by five grandchildren. Pallbearers were Gene EASLEY, Joe CONNIOR, Bill BETHKE, Gordon GIVING, Cliff KIRK and Wallace LOBDELL. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangemsnts.
ALLEN, ALTAZAN, BERMINGHAM, COLLINS, DICKS, MILLIGAN, NANNEY, PYLE
Death Date Thursday, April 27, 1989
The Mountain Echo, May 10, 1989 Issue: Betty Lou DICKS, 62, of Calico Rock. Services for Betty Lou DICKS, 62, of Calico Rock, were at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 30, at the Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Lee Bowers officiating. Mrs. DICKS, a homemaker, died Thursday, April 27, at the University Medical Center at Little Rock. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. She was born March 23, 1927, in Picher, Okla., the daughter of Hobart L. and Effie NANNEY ALLEN. Survivors include two daughters, Donna Louise DICKS of St. Louis and Linda Sue BERMINGHAM of Gassville; a son Jim PYLE of Pineville; and her mother, Effie ALLEN of Yellville. She also is survived by four grandchildren. Pallbearers were Bill ALLEN, Jay ALTAZAN, David COLLINS, Jim MILLIGAN, Charlie ALLEN and Joe BERMINGHAM. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
KILLEBREW, KILLIBREW, MELTON, POLEY, SEAWRIGHT
Death Date Sunday, May 21, 1989
The Mountain Echo, May 24, 1989 Issue: St. Joe man dies in wreck on Hwy. 14. A man from St. Joe, Harlan J. KILLIBREW, 21, was killed in a vehicle accident Sunday morning between 1 and 3 a.m., Arkansas State Trooper Mark Blankenship has reported. KILLIBREW was traveling south alone on State Highway 14, 12 miles south of Yellville when his 1976 Chevrolet pickup left the southeast side of the highway. The vehicle struck several trees, overturned and came to rest on its top. The driver was thrown from his vehicle, Trooper Blankenship stated. The accident was not reported to authorities until 9:45 a.m., but at least one woman reported that she had heard a sound like a crash between 1 and 3 a.m. Trooper Blankenship said the driver's watch was stopped at 1:34. Seatbelts were not in use. Services were scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at the Burns Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Keith Byrd officiating. [Also] Harlan Jay KILLEBREW, 21, of St. Joe. Services for Harlan J. KILLEBREW, 21, of St. Joe, were scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at the Burns Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Keith Byrd officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mr. KILLEBREW died Sunday, May 21, 13 miles south of Yellville on Highway 14. He was born Dec. 21, 1967, at Yellville, the son of Pink and Georgia MELTON KILLEBREW. He was a self-employed laborer, a member of the Tomahawk Baptist Church and belonged to the Harrison National Guard Unit. Survivors include his parents, Pink and Georgia KILLEBREW of St. Joe; two sisters, Benita POLEY of Yellville and Marsia SEAWRIGHT of Flippin; two brothers, Vaughn KILLEBREW of Flippin and Jerry KILLEBREW of St. Joe; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. MELTON of Yellville. He also is survived by three nieces, three nephews, and several aunts and uncles. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
BELL, BLAIR, HANCOCK, JOHNSON, MAJORS, PRUITT, WELLS
Death Date Thursday, October 19, 1989
Boone County Headlight, October 26, 1989 Issue: Jessie JOHNSON, 78, of Harrison. Jessie Pearl JOHNSON, aged 78, of Route 7, Harrison, died Thursday, Oct. 19, at North Arkansas Medical Center. She was born March 22, 1911, at Claremont, Ok., a daughter of Theodore and Virgie HANCOCK MAJORS. She lived most of her life in Boone County. Survivors include a son, George JOHNSON, Harrison, two daughters, Sue PRUITT, Harrison and Anna BLAIR, Omaha, a brother, Alvin MAJORS, Payette, Ida., two sisters, Irene BELL, Sedan, Ks. and Minnie WELLS, Republic, Mo., six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gus Johnson, who died in 1983 and a daughter, Marie JOHNSON. Funeral was at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, at Christeson Funeral Home with the Rev. Jim Jackson officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery at Yellville under the direction of Christeson Funeral Home of Harrison.
EVANS, GUNTER, JOHNSON, WILLIAMS
Death Date Friday, December 15, 1989
The Mountain Echo, December 27, 1989 Issue: Allie JOHNSON, 84, of Yellville. Services for Allie JOHNSON, 84, of Yellville, were at 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 18, at the Roller Funeral Home Chapel with Mrs. Nina Brice officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. JOHNSON moved to Yellville from North Little Rock three years ago. She was a homemaker. She was born July 14, 1905, at Peach Orchard, Mo., daughter of Samuel and Sarah GUNTER WILLIAMS. Survivors include a daughter, Lucy EVANS, of Yellville. Roller Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
BEARDEN, DOSHIER, HALL, JONES, MORROW, OTT, WAGONER
Death Date Wednesday, December 27, 1989
The Mountain Echo, January 4, 1989 Issue: Della BEARDEN, 92. Services for Della BEARDEN, 92, of Yellville, were at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 30, at the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church with the Rev. R.E.L. Bearden and Tom Yoder officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. She died Tuesday, Dec. 27, at the Marion County Nursing Home. A member of the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church, Mrs. BEARDEN was born Sept. 22, 1896, at Rush, the daughter of John B. OTT Jr. and Mary DOSHIER OTT. She was a lifetime resident of Marion County. Survivors include two daughters, Ethel HALL and Rosemary JONES, both of Yellville; a son, Fred BEARDEN of Yellville; and a brother, Garland "Heavy" OTT of Flippin. She also is survived by six grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and 14 great-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were J. B. OTT, Herbert OTT, Glenn MORROW, Jerry JONES, L.G. WAGONER and Burl OTT. Burns Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
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