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Boone County Burial Association
1904 Capps Road
Harrison , AR 72601
(870) 741-3481
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Christeson Funeral Home
519 North Spring Street
Harrison , AR 72601
(870) 741-3113
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Christeson Funeral Home and Burial Association
7 South Jasper
Harrison , AR
(870) 446-2226
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Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory Monuments
501 Old Bellefonte Road
Harrison , AR
(870) 743-2021
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Holt Memorial Chapel
1904 Capps Road
Harrison , AR 72601
(870) 741-3481
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Victor Spinetti | Tony winner, 82 - Philadelphia Inquirer

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Beatles movies A Hard Day's Night, Help, and Magical Mystery Tour. At a London Beatles Day event in 2010, Mr. Spinetti said he was included in the cast of A Hard Day's Night at George Harrison's insistence. Story continues below.

Rangers rally but come up short, 11-7 to Rockies - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
I've done it wrong," Tracy said. "But I tried to get him that fifth inning, really, really hard." NOTES: Left-hander Matt Harrison, 5-0 with a 1.43 ERA his last six starts, goes for Texas in the finale. Righty Alex White (2-5) starts for Colorado, four days after allowing five earned runs in 3 2-3 innings at Philadelphia. ... Rangers 3B Adrian Beltre was charged with an error in the second on Nelson's hard-hit liner, even though it was obvious that Beltre lost sight of the ball in a background filled with white T-shirts.

Obituary for William Harrison

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
William Harrison passed on Wednesday, June 20, 2012.Survivors include his children; other relatives and friends.Graveside services will be held at Ruth Cofer cemetery at 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 27, 2012 with visitation from 9:3010:30 a.m.Arrangements by John P. Franklin Funeral Home, 1101 Dodds Ave, 622-9995. (Chattanooga Press)

Harrison gets 10th win, Rangers beat Rockies 4-2 - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Texas Rangers starting pitcher Matt Harrison throws during the first inning of an interleague baseball game against the Colorado Rockies in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, June 24, 2012. Brandon Wade — AP Photo ARLINGTON, Texas — Matt Harrison worked five scoreless innings for his 10th victory, Leonys Martin had a pair of extra-base hits for his first three RBIs in the majors and the Texas Rangers beat Colorado 4-2 Sunday night in their...

Comic actor in Beatles' movies, Victor Spinetti dies at 82 - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Beatles movies "A Hard Day's Night," ''Help," and "Magical Mystery Tour." At a London Beatles Day event in 2010, Spinetti said he was included in the cast of "A Hard Day's Night" at George Harrison's insistence. "He said, 'you gotta be in all our films, otherwise me mum wouldn't come and see 'em, because she fancies you,'" Spinetti said. "That was why I was in." On another occasion, he told how his association with the Beatles disrupted the opening night of "Oh, What a Lovely War." I came out on stage and a group of girls at the back screamed, 'Victor Spinetti, aaaah!'" he said in an interview with absoluteelsewhere.net. "They were shouting things like, 'he's touched George!'" He said he calmed the screamers by promising to answer questions about the Beatles after the show. Spinetti also co-authored "The John Lennon Play: In His Own Write" with Adrienne Kenney. Based on the writings of John Lennon, it opened in June 1968 in London. Vittorio Georg...

Bert Weedon, Guitar Teacher to a Generation, Dies at 91

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Mr. Weedon’s Web site. Mr. Weedon often expressed delight that so many guitarists, famous and un-, had learned to play from his book. (The roster of the famous also includes George Harrison, Keith Richards and Sting.) But he deplored the lack of tender physical consideration some of them showed the instrument. “I can’t understand why anyone should want to smash a cup and saucer, let alone a guitar,” he told The Independent in the same interview. Though it did not specifically cross his lips, Mr. Townshend’s name doubtless coalesced in many readers’ minds. Herbert Maurice Weedon was born in East London on May 10, 1920. His father, a driver on the London Underground, was part of an amateur song-and-dance act, and young Bert often accompanied him to the railwaymen’s clubs at which he performed. At 12 Bert bought his first guitar, a battered flea-market specimen, for 75 pence. (In 2003, Mr. Weedon won libel damages — undisclosed but reported to be substantial — from the BBC, which had erroneously stated in a news release for one of its radio shows that he had learned to play in prison.) By the time he was 14, Bert had left school to work as an office boy, taking guitar lessons from a local classical teacher. During World War II he was a rescue worker amid the London blitz; after the war he was a mainstay of the BBC’s house band. Mr. Weedon’s first marriage ended in divorce. Survivors include his second wife, Maggie; two sons, Geoffrey and Lionel; and grandchildren. In 2001, Queen Elizabeth II presented Mr. Weedon with the Order of the British Empire. At the ceremony, Her Majesty asked him whether he had brought his guitar along. His reply, and her musical requests, if any, are unrecorded. (New York Times)

From Mission Mogul to Chinatown Businessman - Mission Local

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
He was only 23. A wagon road on Mission Street threaded through sand dunes and marshes to the waterfront. Mission Creek flowed out of Mission Bay, across Alabama and Harrison streets and up 18th Street into an expanse of grassy, flat lands that were part of large ranches. Now Mission street is crowded with taquerias, produce markets and dollar stores, and Mission Creek stops long before 18th and Harrison. During Center’s early years here, San Francisco was a backwater, but the young man’s timing was perfect. Eight years after his arrival, the Gold Rush hit and the United States annexed California. San Francisco’s population jumped to nearly 60,000 in 1860, and opportunities abounded for farmers and merchants selling goods the newcomers needed. According to a planning report called “City Within a City,” after annexation and the sorting out of titles, the city “began the process of granting parcels. From 1867-1871, the City granted approximately 1,700 individual properties within the Mission District to private citizens as well as to real estate companies.” “John Center? He owned the Mission,” said Tom Carey, a librarian at the San Francisco Public Library’s History Center. Center amassed hundreds of acres in the Mission, including the land where the gray warehouse stands today. His 1908 obituary in the San Francisco Chronicle reports that Center made a fortune selling “vegetables, berries, and other garden truck.” “In a single year,” the article continues, “he is said to have cleared $30,000 from one onion patch.” Center was a memb...

Obituary for Iva Carlock

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Baptist Church.She is preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, Don Carlock; parents, Herbert and Lottie Benefield; brother, Clyde Benefield.She is survived by her son, Donald Carlock Jr., of Harrison, Tenn.; daughters and sons-in-law, Carolyn and Edwin Tucker, of Ringgold, Ga., and Patricia and Ted Nave, of Chattanooga; two granddaughters, Leah Tucker, of Tyler, Texas, and Katie Nave and fiance, Morgan J. Freeman, of New York City, N.Y.; sister, Inez Barbree, of Chattanooga; sister-in-law, Ann Benefield; several nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 17, 2012, in the funeral home chapel with Dr. Keith McLeod officiatin... (Chattanooga Press)

Obituary for Edward Stevens

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Edward E. Stevens (Ralph Chambers), 75, a resident of East Ridge, passed away at his residence on Sunday night Feb. 19, 2012.Edward was born in Harrison, on Feb. 15, 1937, a son of the late Gladys Irene Chambers. He graduated from Ooltewah High School in 1954 and spent most of his life in that area until moving to Cleveland, Tenn. in the 1980s and recently to East Ridge. Edward served his country just after high school by joining the United States Air Force.In addition to his mother, Edward is also preceded in death by her husband, Swann ... (Chattanooga Press)

Alan Capenhurst, retired Harrison superintendent

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Aug. 24, 1930—Feb. 13, 2012 Alan B. Capenhurst of the Town of Tonawanda, a retired general superintendent for Harrison Radiator, died Monday in Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Town of Tonawanda. He was 81. A 30-year employee with General Motors, he directed production control activities at four Harrison Radiator Division plants. As superintendent, he formed participative-style operating teams to improve safety and departmental operations. He was a member of the Corporate Committee on Railcar Handling and Safety a... (The Buffalo News)




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