Archive - Jul 7, 2011
Truman E. Ashcraft, 83, of Pine Bluff, died Wednesday, July 6, at his home. He was born May 14, 1928, in Tull the son of Ernest and Delva Tull Ashcraft. Mr. Ashcraft was reared and received his early education in Tull and Pine Bluff, graduating from Pine Bluff High School. He served in the United States Navy during World War II and the Korean Conflict.
Alma Onice Winkler, 90, of Alexander, passed away July 5. She was born June 14, 1921, in Sheridan, to the late Winfred and Lila Middlebrooks Avery.Â Alma was a member of the Lawson Pentecostal Church in Little Rock.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Rev. Walter Winkler, brothers, Louis Avery and Grandval Lee Green.
Willard Drennon, 75, of Benton, passed away July 5.Â He was born March 20, 1936Â in Paron to the late Noah and Grace Drennon.Â Willard was of the Church of Christ faith.Â He was a veteran of the United States Air Force.
Survivors include his wife, Irene Drennon of Benton; sons, Anthony Demato of Sherwood and Willard Drennon, Jr. of Benton; daughter, Patricia Cavlvic of Kansas City, Kan.; brothers, Wilson Drennon, Duell Drennon, Donald Drennon, all of Hot Springs, Ronald Drennon of Benton; sister, Sherry Huggs of Hot Springs; three grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
BENTON â€” Caleb Garrett hit a two-run double in the top of the seventh inning and gave the Bryant Black Sox Senior American Legion team a three-run cushion as the Black Sox defeated Benton McClendonâ€™s Appliance 6-3 at Bernard Holland Park Wednesday night.
With a 4-3 lead, Bentonâ€™s Coy Fitzhugh issued back-to-back walks to Pickett and Chris Joiner. However, Benton was able to double up when a fly ball to the outfield was caught and they forced Pickett out at second after he ran towards third on the hit.