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ALMA HAHN: Opening up the history of the umbrella

April 18, 2011

Our subject for today’s column is Brolliology.

Margaret L. Dickens

April 18, 2011

Margaret L. Dickens, 89, of Benton, passed away April 14, 2011, in Bryant.  She was born Oct. 1, 1921, in Memphis, Tenn. to the late Milus and Ella (Dowell) Bryant.
Her husband, Joe Neil Dickens, also preceded her in death.
Survivors include her son, Joe Dickens; daughter, Kathy Shaw, both of Benton; two grandchildren, Sarah Dickens and Kelly Bridges, and one great-grandson, Hunter Bridges.
The memorial service will be held at 10 a.m., Tuesday at Christ Episcopal Church in Little Rock with The Rev. Scott Walters and Rev. Kate Alexander officiating.

Junior captain Kettell ‘loves to hit’

April 18, 2011

For Glen Rose head baseball coach Chase Meyers, junior Brandon Kettell is the “kind of kid everyone loves to coach.”
“He is extremely smart on and off the field,” Meyers said.
The 17-year-old son of Melissa and Flynn Kettell, who plays second base and bats second for the Beavers, is what his head coach calls an “overachiever.”
“In my book, that is about the best compliment you can give a person, because it means that he has worked to get where he is,” Meyers said.”He is not blessed with amazing talent or ability, but he excels where others do not.”

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