Archive - Aug 2011
Kathy Dickens Shaw, 61, of Benton, passed away Saturday, August 27, at Saline Memorial Hospital Hospice House in Bryant.Â She was born January 1, 1950 in Little Rock to the late Joe Neil and Margaret L. Dickens.Â She obtained a Masters Degree from UALR.
She is survived by a daughter, Kelly Bridges of Haskell; brother, Joe Dickens of Benton; grandson, Hunter Bridges; niece, Sarah Dickens; sister-in-law, Jan Dickens; two best friends, Cherilyn Shane and Judy Ellis, and many other friends.
Mildred M. Cox, 94, of Benton, passed away Saturday, Aug. 27.Â She was born May 20, 1917, in Dardanelle.Â Mrs. Cox retired from Timex and was a member of the Assembly of God Church in England.Â She was preceded in death by her parents, Ezra Kelly and Hattie Edith Stewart; husband, Coy Cox; son, Arnold Lewis Cox; her two brothers and her sister.
She is survived by her son, Kelly Cox; daughter, Troy and her husband Billy C. Graves of Cabot; sister, Ima Jean Yelton of Kentucky; eight grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
The Benton Lady Panthers defeated Malvern in four games (25-18, 19-25, 25-17, 25-18) on Monday for their first win of the regular season.
In the first game, Alex Williams had two kills, Erin Jackson had a kill and Kristen Ryan had a kill. Williams also had an ace and junior Sarah Carrter had an ace. Courtland Kaufholtz had two aces.
In the second game, Williams had two kills, Morgan had four kills, senior Hayley Ferguson had one and sophomore Allison Reynolds had two.
Ferguson had one ace and Williams had two aces.
The Bryant Lady Hornetsâ€™ volleyball team started Spikefest 2011 on Saturday with a sweep (25-18, 25-13) of the Magnolia Lady Panthers at Little Rock Christian Academy.
Bryant followed with a split with the Little Rock Christian Lady Warriors (16-25, 28-26) and swept Little Rock Hall Lady Warriors before getting a rematch with the defending state champion Bentonville Lady Tigers in tournament play. â€śWe started the day looking really good against Magnolia,â€ť Bryant coach Beth Solomon said. â€śThe girls were hitting hard and digging up almost everything.â€ť