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Alfred C. Barnes

September 6, 2011

Alfred C. Barnes, 63, of West Memphis, Ark., died
Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011, in Meridian, Miss. Alfred was
born Jan. 10, 1948, in Monroe to A.C. and Retha (Mitchell)
Barnes. He was a funeral director/embalmer. He owned
and operated Delta Mortuary Service in West Memphis.
Alfred was preceded in death by a son, Kevin Jones.
Survivors include his wife, Debra of the home; three
sons, Michael Barnes of Little Rock, Ark., Keith Barnes of
West Memphis, Christopher Barnes of Hampton, N.H.;
one grandson; his parents, A.C. and Retha Barnes of

Judy Gayle Rice of Charleston

September 6, 2011

Judy Gayle Rice of Charleston, Ark.,
died Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, in Alamosa,
Colo., from injuries suffered in a motorcycle
accident. She was born March 8,
1947, in Fort Smith to Theodore Williams
and Betty Jo (Beshears) Williams. She was
64.
Judy was a Health Records Service
Specialist for the North Logan Health Unit in Paris, Ark..
Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 9 at
Brotherton Funeral Home Chapel in Charleston with The
Rev. Bill Van Meter officiating. Burial will be at Caulksville
Cemetery in Caulksville, Ark., under the direction of

Eula Maye Stivers

September 6, 2011

Eula Maye Stivers, 90, of Del City died
Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2011, in Oklahoma
City. Maye was born Feb. 5, 1921, in
Leflore. She was the daughter of James
Franklin and Nannie Lou Borden.
She was preceded in death by her parents;
daughter, Sandra Pollard; brother,
Robert L. Borden; sisters, Ruth Mings,
Rubye Parks and Rilla Wyatt; grandson, Nathan Pollard.
Maye is survived by her daughter, Connie Stivers and
husband, John Nolen of Del City; granddaughter, Neile
Blackwell of Del City; grandson, Bryan Pollard and wife,
Deppa of Tahlequah; many loved nieces, nephews, and

Two schools go smoke free

September 6, 2011

Two local schools have
chosen to begin 2011-2012
school year 24/7 tobaccofree
Tobacco kills more
Oklahomans than alcohol,
auto accidents, AIDS, suicides,
murders and illegal
drugs COMBINED. To
combat the dangers of
tobacco use and protect
their students many schools
have chosen to adopt a 24/7
Tobacco Free School
Policy.
In order to recognize the
importance of adult role
modeling for students during
formative years and to
provide a healthy environment
for students, staff,
patrons and visitors, the
Spiro and Howe School
Boards recently voted to

Tailgate party!

September 6, 2011

Jeremy Crites, left, of Reed Williams Insurance Agency and Jason Graves with The
Community State Bank prepare to serve up some burgers at the annual Tailgate
Party sponsered by Poteau Quarter Back Club before the first Poteau home football
game.

Poteau man faces federal charges following probe

September 6, 2011

A Poteau man was
arrested on federal charges
Wednesday after he allegedly
attempted to pay off a
witness in a case against
his son.
Tom Oakes, 64, of
Poteau was arrested on
charges of tampering with
a witness or victim after
an investigation into the
accusations by Alcohol,
Tobacco and Firearms
Agents.
According to the criminal
complaint filed in the
United States Federal
Court, Oklahoma Eastern
District, on August 26,
Assistant United States
Attorney Shannon Henson
notified ATF Agent Curt
Collins, that John Albert,
who is a witness in a federal
case against Tom

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