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Johnson Funeral Home
220 Murray Avenue
Wynne , AR 72396
(870) 238-7799
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Ex-Philadelphia Archbishop Bevilacqua dies - Newsday (subscription)

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Bevilacqua, 88, died in his sleep at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood after battling dementia and... Newsday & ExploreLI are now available at no charge to Newsday 7-day and Optimum Online® subscribers. To continue reading, please log in or register now. Already registered on in Newsday 7-day or Optimum Online® subscriber?Get access Not a Newsday 7-day or Optimum Online® subscriber?Click here features Cuomo sits with Newsday editorial board High school sports 'Race to the Top' funds Facebook Top Jobs mechanic positions sales - fashion salesperson chemical sales warehouse manager sheet metal mechanic mechanics night shift...

Phillies broadcaster Andy Musser dies - Newsday (subscription)

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster for a quarter-century, has died. He was 74. Musser's son, Allan, of Roswell, Ga., said his father died Sunday evening at his home in Wynnewood in suburban Philadelphia. Musser retired in 2001 after 25 years with the Phillies, working throughout his tenure beside Harry Kalas. He missed only two games... Newsday & ExploreLI are now available at no charge to Newsday 7-day and Optimum Online® subscribers. To continue reading, please log in or register now. Already registered on in Newsday 7-day or Optimum Online® subscriber?Get access Not a Newsday 7-day or Optimum Online® subscriber?Click here features Merrick man's Super Bowl ad Map: 'Deception burglaries' on LI LIers who won at least $1M Fac...

Also in Arkansas Catholic's Dec. 17 issue - Arkansas Catholic

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Arkansas Catholic. To read what you're missing, subscribe today. Thanksgiving feastJoseph Weindel (left) and Bob Morris, Knights of Columbus members from St. Peter Church in Wynne, prepare meat in November at St. Joseph Seminary in Covington, La. (News photo) Sister Hermana spent 34 years at St. Edward SchoolSister Hermana Siebenmorgen, OSB, a retired teacher and principal, died Nov. 22. She was 94. (Obituaries) USCCB program is denied funding for trafficking victimsWASHINGTON (CNS) -- A U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops program ai...

Cardinal John P. Foley, 76, Vatican Spokesman, Dies

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia. In 1957 he graduated summa cum laude from Saint Joseph’s College, now University, then entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, Pa. He was ordained in 1962 and assigned to a suburban parish. Cardinal Foley was a protégé of Cardinal John Krol of Philadelphia, who urged him to go to Columbia Journalism School. There, as the oldest student in his class, he was elected class president, was voted most likely to succeed and earned a master’s degree in 1966. Sent to Rome by Cardinal Krol for advanced studies, Father Foley wrote a dissertation titled “Natural Law, Natural Right and the Warren Court” and earned a doctorate from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas. In 1979, he was media liaison for Pope John Paul II’s first trip to the United States. He reported on Vatican affairs for the Philadelphia archdiocese newspaper, which, on his return, he edited until 1984. He was named an archbishop and appointed Vatican spokesman that same year. At first he turned down the appointment, saying he had to care for his ailing widowed mother. Cardinal Krol told him to bring her with him to Rome, a move that did not make her happy. An outspoken woman, she said to her son after meeting John Paul, “Being pope can really go to some people’s heads.” Not that Cardinal Foley escaped her critical eye, he said. Commenting on his appreciation of Italian cuisine, she told him, “John, there are 20 pounds of you that have not been ordained.” She died in 1997. (His father died in 1963, Cardinal Krol in 1996.) Cardinal Foley returned to the Philadelphia area after retiring this year. He left no immediate survivors. Cardinal Foley liked to tell a story to illustrate how he balanced his clerical and journalistic identities. During a trip to Egypt in 1975, Cardinal Krol asked him whether he should take a camel ride. A cautious Father Foley said no, but Cardinal Krol ignored the advice. As his eminence, wearing an Arab head scarf, struggled not to fall off the camel, Father Foley snapped a picture. When the photo appeared in newspapers, Cardinal Krol asked him why he had taken the photo after telling him not to ride the beast. “As your priest, I gave you my best advice,” he replied. “As a journalist, I took your picture.” ... (New York Times)

Clarence Coleman-Obit - Helena Daily World

Fri, Dec 2, 2011
Burial will be in Forrest Park Cemetery.Elder Clarence James Coleman was born to the late Elder Leon Coleman and Piccola Coleman.He died Nov. 26, 2011 at Cross Ridge Hospital in Wynne after a lengthy illness. He was an elder in the Church of God in Christ, vice president of the youth department and missions president.He was a graduate of the 1966 class of Lincoln High School and a graduate of Crowley’s Ridge Institute.He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife of 27 years, Charlotte Coleman, 2 daughters, Cierr...

High school football rankings: Ardmore moves into 5A rankings at No. 7 -

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Lincoln Christian (7), 10-1 8. Lindsay (9), 9-2 9. Frederick (10), 10-1 10. OCS (NR), 9-2 Class A 1. Woodland (1), 10-0 2. Thomas (2), 11-0 3. Minco (3), 11-0 4. Wayne (4), 10-1 5. Wynnewood (5), 10-1 6. Morrison (6), 9-2 7. Foyil (7), 8-3 8. Ringling (8), 7-3 9. Texhoma (9), 7-4 10. Hominy (NR), 6-5 Class B 1. Caddo (1), 11-0 2. Davenport (2), 11-0 3. Kiefer (3), 10-1 4. Fox (4), 10-1 5. Gans (5), 10-1 6. Laverne (6), 10-1 7. Welch (10), 10-1 8. Seiling (NR), 9-2 9. Wetumka (8), 8-3 10. Pond Creek-H...

Payrlee McCall

Mon, Oct 17, 2011
Nov. 22, 1916 — Oct. 12, 2011 Payrlee McCall, 94, of Sweet Home passed away Wednesday. She was born in Wynnewood, Okla., to Charles and Eldora Ann (Simmons) Huddleston. In 1921 she traveled from Oklahoma to Lewis, Colo., in a covered wagon with her father, mother, three sisters and two brothers. Payrlee graduated from high school in Cortez, Colo., in 1934 and married John McCall in 1935. They lived in Colorado, Idaho and Arizona before moving to Whittier, Calif., where Payrlee worked in an office a... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

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