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Smith Mortuary Inc
22 North Greenwood
Charleston , AR 72933
(479) 965-2212
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Emma L. Galmbacher, 100, vaudeville performer

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Frank, while performing at St. Ann’s Hall. They were married for about 30 years until his death in 1962. Mrs. Galmbacher was also involved in numerous dance contests in which she performed the Charleston and sang her favorite song “Barefoot Days,” which into her later years was always requested at family gatherings, according to family members. She was employed for 48 years at Berger’s department store in downtown Buffalo. Mrs. Galmbacher was a member of the Evans Senior Citizens, where she enjoyed singing and dancing at area nursing homes with her sister, Ruth Galley. She also enjoyed musical shows and church picnics. She is survived by a son, Donald; and a daughter, Marie Kalinowski. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Bernadette’s Church, 5930 S. Abbott Road, Orchard Park. It will be preceded by ... (The Buffalo News)

Greenville woman's business focuses on photography - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
In 2006, she opened Canvas Creations of Greenville, a name the business retained for about four days, she said. After she and Greg Joens, who does her computer-based artwork on contract, visited the Charleston store, “I realized I had to do something different.” The three retail outlets survived for less than 24 months, she said, but she now has a storefront on Rushmore Drive as well as an online presence. “I had no background,” she said. But “I had always been creative.” And the College of Charleston graduate is well-educated, something her physician father insisted was the reason to go to college. (Page 3 of 3) “You’re not going to college to get a job,” she said. “You go to college to get an education.” When Tetsch opened her business, she decided she “would not borrow more than I could earn teaching in public school in one year.” Initially, she spent about $14,000 on her equipment. And “we did a lot of guerilla marketing,” said Joens, owner of Joens Graphics and a graduate of Hawkeye Tech. They relied on advertising in ways that cost little or nothing. The key, he said, is that Tetsch “is very tenacious. Most people would have quit by now with some of the obstacles we have faced. But she cares about people. Her business is her ministry.” Tetsch said the quality of materials, the fact that the artwork is handmade and the service is what differentiates CanvasOne from other photo-on-canvas businesses. But Joens, who initially knew Tetsch from church, said, “Service trumps everythings. We do personalized things. We hear the story behind the objects. We’re able to relate the story on canvas.” For example, CanvasOne did artwork that showed a series of photographs of a baptism gown, used by generations of a family since 1860. The photos that had been taken were part of a collage around a photo of the gown itself. Once Joens gets a digital photo from a customer, he studies it, decides how he will crop it and what needs to be done to improve the final artwork. He does the work through Photoshop, adding brush strokes. If a cusotmer wants brown grass to be green, Joens can do that. He can replace a parking lot with a meadow full of flowers. He then blends his work with the existing photograph. “We brought professional fine arts photographers in early,” Tetsch said. But “we knew we weren’t going to stock a lot of work” in the store. Instead, she has books of photographers’ work as well as digital images of their work to show to businesses, churches, hospitals, architects, restaurants and interior designers. “I represent all these photgraphers in canvas,” she said. “I basically become an art source for interior designers. If we can get people to look, they will choose photography.” ...

Donald E. Raines, 80 of Kenna - Jackson County Newspapers

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Donald Eugene Raines, 80 of Kenna passed away suddenly at his home February 14, 2012.He was born August 24, 1931 at Charleston, a son of the late Dallas and Ava Rhodes Raines. He was an Army veteran and a farmer.He is survived by a brother Lee Raines of Pocatalico; sisters Lorain Stogdon of Jacksonville, FL and Carol McKemy of Kenna; and his girlfriend of 32 years Toni Carney. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.Funeral service will be 1:00 pm Friday at the Waybright Funeral Home, Ripley. Burial will be...

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Braylow 16, Jalin Alexander 11, Lindsay 4, Miller 9. LEE CENTRAL (44): Moses 9, Wicks 9, Howard 3, Hill 3, Lovely 7, Henley 6, Wilson 4, Benjamin 3. Records: Newberry 25-3, LC 21-4. Lower State North Charleston 66, Marion 55 Upper State Great Falls 49, Landrum 44 Lower State Johnsonville 54, Burke 52 Wade Hampton 51, Clinton 33 WADE HAMPTON (51): Tatum 4, Nikki Young 21, Spry 6, Dillard 9, Malphrus 4, Winiski 3, Bailey 2, Lineberger 2. CLINTON (33): Gabby Bates 10, Simpson 4, Tallman 5, Kiley Frazier 11, I. Kinard 3. Half: WH 27-13. Records: WH 27-1, Clinton 20-7. Lower State Dreher 53, Lower Richland 43 Upper State Columbia 43, Keenan 36 Lower State Bishop England 61, Lake City 50 Upper State Abbeville 54, Denmark-Olar 51 Lower State Timmonsville 56, C.E. Murray 36 BASEBALL Blue Ridge 11, Berea 4 WP: Rider (1-0). Hitters: Wheeler (BR) 2-4, 2 2B; Lancaster (BR) 2-3; Cost...

Upstate among most searched real estate markets in January - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
In addition, the top most searched real estate markets in South Carolina in January 2012, and the national searched rank included: Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson (#57); Myrtle Beach (#74); Charleston-North Charleston (#78); and Columbia (#79). The survey also found that median list prices for homes in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson area or the Upstate hit $164,000 in January 2012, a 3.30 percent increase from one year ago this month, and -0.55 percent decrease from December 2011. The national median list price in January 2012 was $185,500, a 3.69 percent increase compared to January 2011, the survey said. Active for sale inventory of homes in the Upstate leveled out last month at 9,713, a -22.22 percent compared to January 2011. National inventory counts for January 2012 were 1,768,663, a -23.20 percent decrease as compared to a year ago. The median age of inventory in the Upstate in January was 140 days, a -2.10 percent decrease compared to December 2011. Nationally, the median age of inventory was 119 days, a -2.46 percent decrease compared to December. For details on all 146 MSAs monitored by Realtor.com in January 2012, visit: http://www.realtor.com/data-portal/Real...

Upstate among most searched real estate markets in January - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
In addition, the top most searched real estate markets in South Carolina in January 2012, and the national searched rank included: Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson (#57); Myrtle Beach (#74); Charleston-North Charleston (#78); and Columbia (#79). The survey also found that median list prices for homes in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson area or the Upstate hit $164,000 in January 2012, a 3.30 percent increase from one year ago this month, and -0.55 percent decrease from December 2011. The national median list price in January 2012 was $185,500, a 3.69 percent increase compared to January 2011, the survey said. Active for sale inventory of homes in the Upstate leveled out last month at 9,713, a -22.22 percent compared to January 2011. National inventory counts for January 2012 were 1,768,663, a -23.20 percent decrease as compared to a year ago. The median age of inventory in the Upstate in January was 140 days, a -2.10 percent decrease compared to December 2011. Nationally, the median age of inventory was 119 days, a -2.46 percent decrease compared to December. For details on all 146 MSAs monitored by Realtor.com in January 2012, visit: http://www.realtor.com/data-portal/Real...

Upstate among most searched real estate markets in January - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
In addition, the top most searched real estate markets in South Carolina in January 2012, and the national searched rank included: Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson (#57); Myrtle Beach (#74); Charleston-North Charleston (#78); and Columbia (#79). The survey also found that median list prices for homes in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson area or the Upstate hit $164,000 in January 2012, a 3.30 percent increase from one year ago this month, and -0.55 percent decrease from December 2011. The national median list price in January 2012 was $185,500, a 3.69 percent increase compared to January 2011, the survey said. Active for sale inventory of homes in the Upstate leveled out last month at 9,713, a -22.22 percent compared to January 2011. National inventory counts for January 2012 were 1,768,663, a -23.20 percent decrease as compared to a year ago. The median age of inventory in the Upstate in January was 140 days, a -2.10 percent decrease compared to December 2011. Nationally, the median age of inventory was 119 days, a -2.46 percent decrease compared to December. For details on all 146 MSAs monitored by Realtor.com in January 2012, visit: http://www.realtor.com/data-portal/Real...

Gordon Clyde Birk - St. George Daily Spectrum

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
George. Gordon had a special way of always making each child and young person feel important by knowing them by name and taking an interest in their lives. He and Barbara served in the West Virginia Charleston Mission from December 2001 to December 2002. Although he was born, raised and lived most of his life in American Fork, he decided to move to St. George after retiring. He loved the blue sky and sun in St. George! A beautiful day golfing at Sunbrook Golf Course with his friends was the best! He served his fellowman by constantly performing acts of kindness. He really loved visiting with family and many friends. He was very interested in each grandchild's accomplishments and encouraged them to do their best. His fourteen grandchildren were special to him: McCall, Ali, Birk, Erica, Josh, Zane, Madi, Ross, Caleb, Tara, Scout, Aiden, and twins Cameron and Liam. He is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Barbara; children Suzanne (Matt) Gundersen of American Fork; Troy (Stephanie) of Hot Springs, Arkansas; Kimberly (Lance) Fitzjarrald of White Salmon, Washington, fourteen grandchildren, two sisters Beverly (Ray) Louder of Orem Utah; Joyce (Kay) Wilson of Washington Utah, and a brother Douglas (Donna) of Manti, Utah. Funeral Services will be held on Monday, February 13, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at the Indian Hills LDS Chapel in Green Valley, 450 S. Indian Hills Drive, St. George, Utah. Friends and family may visit on Sunday, February 12, 2012 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Metcalf Mortuary, 288 West St. George Blvd., and Monday, February 13, 2012 from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m. at the church. Interment and a short graveside service will take place Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. at the American Fork City Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to Metcalf Mortuary (435) 673-4221. Please visit our website at www.metcalfmortuary.com for condolences and complete obituary and funeral listings. The family wishes to express thanks for all the care given Gordon by Kent Gardner and the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, particularly Dr. Kenneth Grossmann, Carolyn Luckett, Karen O'Driscoll, Vicki Lester, and many others. In lieu of flowers contributions to the Huntsman Cance...

Ada G. Wallace, 57, of Ripley - Jackson County Newspapers

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Ada Gayle Wallace, 57 of Ripley passed away Thursday, January 26, 2012 at her home following a long illness. Ada was born November 14, 1954 at Charleston a daughter of Oscar and Lois Vineyard Wallace of Ripley. She graduated from Ripley High School and Marshall University where she earned a masters degree in education. She was a former Jackson County Jr. Fair Queen. She was a 4th and 5th grade teacher for 37 years with the Jackson County Board of Education and taught at Ripley Elementary School. She loved teaching and involving her stude...

Helen W. 'Kitty' Hughes, 72 - Olney Daily Mail

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Ashmore, Illinois, passed away on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at her niece’s home in Olney.Visitation for family and friends will be held from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, February 8 at Adams Funeral Chapel in Charleston. Services honoring and celebrating her life will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at the funeral chapel with Reverend Bill Boaz officiating. Interment will follow in the Ashmore Cemetery in Ashmore. It is requested that memorial g...




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