Archive - 2013
It is fairly simple to protect a child while at the same time readying them for the world. However, simple doesnâ€™t always mean easy. Parents struggle with being a childâ€™s friend or being their parent. Which one is more effective in raising an ethical hard working child?
When we are honest with ourselves and recollect the form of discipline that worked best on us, we might be surprised.
Today is Dadâ€™s birthday, he would have been 91-years old. He passed away in March of 1994 and has been terribly missed.
Today is also the maiden flight of the P-51 North American Mustang.
Malvern Area Kiwanis Trivia night is an event I highly recommend. You get great food and a floor show. Besides that, the money from the meal and silent auction go to a great cause that focuses on kids.
Four-man teams from the community participated in the annual fundraising event. Susan Lafond, president of Kiwanis, said close to $1,000 was raised.
James H. â€śJayâ€ť Overturf, age 85, of Malvern died Friday, October 25, 2013 at HSC Medical Center.
Local teams win
Malvern (50) at Central AR Christian (34)
Glen Rose (52) vs. Centerpoint (13)
Magnet Cove (20) at Bigelow (7)
Poyen (54) at Quitman (0)
Arkadeliphia (49) vs. Ashdown (7)
Lake Hamilton (35) at Benton (21)
Other local games played were
Benton Harmony Grove (36) vs. Fountain Lake (54)
Bismarck (25) vs. Two Rivers (35)
Hot Springs (35) vs. White Hall (48)
Lakeside (42) at DeQueen (12)
Jesse L. Pumphrey, age 73, of Booneville, formerly of El Dorado passed away Thursday, October 24, 2013 at St. Edwards Mercy Hospital in Fort Smith.
Janyce Butler age 64 of Malvern, Arkansas died Thursday, October 24, 2013 in the Hot Spring Count Medical Center.
James â€śPeteâ€ť Canada, age 69, of Gifford passed away Thursday, October 24, 2013 at National Park Medical Center.
James Canada, age 69, of Malvern, passed away Oct. 24, 2013 at National Park Medical Center.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Regency Funeral Home.
William Michael May, 56, of Benton, passed away October 24, 2013.