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September 14th

Shirley Mae Boyette

September 14, 2011

Shirley Mae Boyette, 77 of Benton died Tuesday, September 13, in Little Rock. She was born October 9, 1933 in Keevil, Arkansas. Shirley was a retired teachers aide for the Benton Schools and a Baptist.
She was preceded in death by her parents, George H. Curtis Sr. and Eva Burrow Curtis, husband, Donald Boyette, son, Dwain Boyette,  and two brothers, George H. Curtis Jr., Billy Bob Curtis.
 

Morris Scott Smith

September 14, 2011

Morris Scott Smith, 47, of Benton, died Monday, Sept. 12, at Saline Memorial Hospital.  Mr. Smith was born Oct. 29,1963 in Little Rock, to the Rev. Morris L. and Elizabeth Reed Smith.  He attended Arkansas Tech University and was a graduate of Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy.  He had been a deputy sheriff in Marion and Yell counties and was last employed by U.S. Security Services at Saline Memorial Hospital. 
He was a member of First United Methodist Church in Benton.
 Mr. Smith was preceded in death by his father; a niece, Brooke Cramer; and a nephew, Andrew Barton.

September 13th

Bryant finishes last at Chapel Golf Course; Conway takes first place

September 13, 2011

Playing at Nutter’s Chapel Golf Course in Conway, the Bryant Hornets golf team struggled, coming in last place with the Conway Wampus Cats and Cabot Panthers also playing.
“Hopefully we have gotten out the bad round of play,” Bryant coach Keith Dale said. “Most of the team played horribly, but there were some really good performances.”
Conway took first place with a 154, Cabot had a 157 and Bryant followed with a 170. The Bryant Lady Hornets also came in third with a 147. Conway took first with a 124 and Cabot had a 129.

Evelyn Yvonne Jackson

September 13, 2011

Evelyn Yvonne Jackson, 47, of Benton, passed away Sunday, September 11 in Bryant.  She was born March 3, 1964, in Benton to J.T. Raper, and the late Elsie Mae Raper.
 
Ms. Jackson worked in the customer service department of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for 17 years, and was a member of the Pine Grove Baptist Church in Little Rock.
 

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