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Sep 8, 2017
Heirloom flowers take root
Jonesborough.”Her first thought when she considered donating the flowers was the Jonesborough Senior Center. “We were very touched,” Mary Sanger, director of the Jonesborough Senior Center, said. “She wanted to know the plants would be enjoyed by someone, and we thought it was a great idea to have them here.”Sanger currently has a plaque in the works to commemorate the donation, and the Senior Center plans to get more flowers from Campbell in the fall. Campbell also plans to donate flowers to Cherokee Baptist Church for their garden. “I want to donate some there at the church where my mom was a member for 60 or 70 years or more,” Campbell said. Her main goal in donating the flowers is to preserve them, she said. “I want some of them where they’ll be preserved because there’s going to come a point in time where I can’t live by myself way out in the country anymore,” she said. “I don’t want them taken over with bushes and weeds and honeysuckle.” Campbell grew up caring for the flowers and has inherited the green thumb of her family members.“I used to say give me something to dig with and a pile of dirt, and I was happy,” she said. “I loved my big vegetable garden and flower garden and working in the yard.” However, for the last year or so it has been difficult to do due to health reasons, she said, and she’s had to have help getting work done outdoors.“I’m afraid those gardening days are over,” Campbell said. “I’d like to see others enjoy (the flowers.) I have a saying, ‘I want my flowers while I’m living, but they won’t do me any good when I’m dead and gone.’” Since the irises at the Senior Center were without flower, she brought photographs of some of her irises in bloom to show their color, a pale blue. “They’re not some of the newer hybrid ones,” she said, pointing to the photograph of her flowerbed at home. “This is an old-timey iris that’s been there forever and ever and ever.” That’s another reason to preserve them, she said, because they are non-hybrid.After gazing at the photo for a moment, she put it away, shaking her head. “I wish my mom knew what all her flowers mean to me.” The Jonesborough Senior Center is located at 307 E Main St. They are open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. (Herald & Tribune)Mar 16, 2017
Ave for fellowship.Lowell "Smoky" Flowers was born Nov. 29, 1937, in St. Joseph, Mo. Smoky as we all knew him, lived a full life. He was raised in Sanger, by his parents Bertha and Jake Flowers. Lowell, like most kids those days, dreamt of becoming a short stop for the Red Sox. He graduated from Center High School in 1956. Lowell loved baseball, country music, playing his guitar and enjoying life. Smoky joined the United States Army the day after graduation, he served his country honorably until his discharge in 1958. Smoky began a new life with his new found love, Marlene Weisgarber. They were married on June 18, 1960, in Center. Just as his life was beginning with Molly, so was his 36-year career with the Bismarck Fire Dept. With strong family values, Smoky and Molly started to raise their family, son Jay born March 20, 1962, and their daughter DeAnn born Oct. 11, 1963.A man of many trades there was nothing Smoky couldn’t do, including being a fireman, sign painter, welder, plumber, electrician, skunk chaser, beaver catcher, rum taster, water ski instructor, ski boat driver, hunter, carpenter, grounds keeper for Riverview Cemetery and finally, a parts runner for many locations across North Dakota.Smoky had a passion for friends and family, relaxing at the lake with his daughter, flying with his son, and traveling around the country.He is survived by his wife, Marlene "Molly" of Washburn; his daughter, DeAnn Fields (Randy King), Bismarck; his son Jay (Tamme) Flowers, Horace; his grandchildren, Sommer Fields (Ian Placek), Nicole (Jim) Nelson, Jahna (Ross) Gardiner, Callee Flowers (Chris Horn); his great-grandchildren, Jillian Nelson, Cora Nelson,... (Bismarck Tribune)Dec 30, 2015
Kenneth Jackson (Audrey) of Colvis, Calif., and John Jackson (Anne) of Watsonville, Calif.; one sister-in-law, Eloise Jackson of Sanger, Calif.; one daughter-in-law, Mary Floyd of Caruthers, Calif.; her sister and brother in Christ, Nancy and Wilburn Carter of Hackett.; six grandchildren, Tami, Teresa, Shelley, Cassie, Cynthia and Jeremy; 18 great grandchildren; eight great-great-grandchildren; and all present and former UAFS Lady Lion Basketball players whom she grew to love more and more each basketball season.
Suda Mae was preceded in death by her first husband of 42 years, Junior Floyd, and her second husband of 17 years, Dan Brock. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Lola (Decker) and Vester Jackson; one son, Larry Floyd; one brother, Marvin Jackson; two grandsons, Randy and Rodney Floyd; one son-in law, James Metcalf, and one great-granddaughter, Jennifer Floyd.
Funeral services for Suda Mae will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Amity Baptist Church, Hwy 45 South, Hackett, with interment at Gilliam Cemetery in Witcherville, under the direction of Edwards Van-Alma Funeral Home. Visitation will be held at Edwards Van Alma Funeral Home on Hwy 64 East in Van Buren today from 6-8 p.m.
Pallbearers will be Wilburn, Ace, Cleve and Melton Carter, Jerry Richards and Ray Pittman.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Amity Baptist Church Building Fund, Hwy 45 South, Hackett, Arkansas 72937, or a charity of your choice.
To sign an online guestbook, visit www.edwardsvan-alma.com.
(Times Record)Dec 23, 2015
Rose Parade 2016 Lineup: Find all the floats, bands, and equestrian groups
Dinner and Tournament
The dozen riders are atop breathtaking, pure Spanish or Andalusian horses, bred and trained at the Medieval Times Ranch in Sanger, Texas. Costumes represent different regions in medieval Spain.Marshal Jesse Camarena
24. Albany State University Marching Rams
As this Georgia band’s 126 members prepared for their debut in the parade, the community helped out with a fundraising effort that included a benefit concert featuring R&B and hip-hop artist T-Pain.
25. Kaiser Permanente - “Helping Mother... (The Pasadena Star-News)
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