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Published by John Dalencourt, 2021-06-22 11:32:03

2020.9.16

2020.9.16

Visit our website: www.helenaworld.org Wednesday, September 16, 2020 • Single copy $1.00
Volume 149 • Number 37

© 2020, Helena World Chronicle, LLC

Delta Cultural Center hosting Broadway exhibit

Staff Reports social life and general liv- This influence on his artistic Curator at 870.338.4350, or Delta Artist
ing conditions of African expression is prominently [email protected] Danny Broad-
HELENA WORLD Americans in the rural Delta showcased in this exhibition. Live stream updates will way (shown at
during the early twentieth also be available on the left) currently
The grand opening of century. Due to public health and DCC’s Facebook page. Visit has his works
“Two Generations Removed: safety concerns related to the DCC’s museums and highlighted in
Contemporary Artistic Por- According to Broadway, COVID-19, all guests will be historic sites at www.delta- an exhibition at
trayals of African Ameri- he is descended from ances- required to follow social dis- culturalcenter.com the Delta Cul-
cans in the Early Twentieth tors who lived a dignified, tancing guidelines. tural Center’s
Century Delta” was recently but inequitable life raising The Delta Cultural Cen- South Gallery.
held, and the exhibition will cotton as sharecroppers in The DCC’s hours of oper- ter shares the vision of all It will be on
continue to be on display at Lee County, Ark. ation are Tuesday through eight agencies of Arkansas display through
the DCC through December Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to Heritage—to preserve and December 31.
31. Broadway, who also grew 4 p.m. promote Arkansas Heritage Contributed
up in the Delta, continues to as a source of pride and sat- Photo
Most of artist Danny be inspired by their strug- For more information isfaction.
Broadway’s pieces reflect gles following the Civil War. about the exhibition itself,
a fresh perspective on the contact Drew Ulrich, DCC

READY TO PLAY

The Phillips County Development Center has been in need of playground for children 0-3 years of age. The services provided by the Development Center include a regu-
lar daycare as well as daycare for children with special needs or disabilities. Services available by the Center include physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech
therapy. Playgrounds provide both crucial and vital opportunities for children to play and interact. It helps them to learn many skills including social, motor, and even some
emotional skills. The PCDC applied for a grant through the Helena Health Foundation and received a $43,926 to help with the projected amount of nearly $54,000. Photo
credit: Terri Ann Hall

PCCUA adds two to Student Support Services staff

Andrew Bagley over Sept. 1 as the proj- enrichment PCCUA from the UAMS of PCCUA Helena, joined PCCUA
ect assistant, and Douglas and com- Family Medical Center, receiving from the Helena-West Hel-
HELENA WORLD Bielemeier started today mitted to where she served as access her A.A.S. ena School District, where
as the new assistant direc- provid- coordinator since 2017. degree on he served as graduation
Working to increase stu- tor. ing indi- Her prior work experience the Helena coach since 2012. Stationed
dent success at Phillips vidualized also includes working as campus in at Central High School
Community College of PCCUA’s TRIO Student support a unit secretary at Helena addition to since 2008, he has worked
the University of Arkan- Support Services (SSS) pro- through to Regional Medical Center her medical in numerous capacities
sas (PCCUA), we have just gram is a vital part of stu- graduation. from 2008-2014 and in coding cer- including assistant junior
added two new staff mem- dent success. The SSS staff medical records at Bailey tificate. high and senior high boys
bers to the Student Sup- is dedicated and invested Johnson Johnson, Family Practice from 2005- Bielemeier Biele-
port Services (SSS) Team in its participants’ aca- of Mar- 2017. Johnson is a graduate Please see ADDS on 2A
on the Helena campus. demic, social, and cultural vell, joined meier, of
Jacqueline Johnson took

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2A — WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 Local The Helena World

ADDS
track coach, yearbook designer, ing Certification in secondary The SSS program is one of year institutions; and foster an tion of their postsecondary
social media/website coordi- mathematics, NHFS Certifica- the federal TRIO programs at institutional climate supportive education. The goal of SSS is
nator, mathematics coach and tion in track and field coach- PCCUA and is funded by the of the success of low-income to increase the college reten-
math teacher. ing, and is trained in American United States Department of and first-generation college stu- tion and graduation rates of
Bielemeier received his Bach- Heart Association CPR & first Education. These services are dents and individuals with dis- its participants and help stu-
elor’s in Business Administra- aid. Active in the community, provided free of charge to SSS abilities. dents make a transition from
tion from Gonzaga University he serves as a food distribution participants. The program is The program further provides one level of higher education to
in Spokane, WA, and a Mas- volunteer for the Food Bank designed to: increase the reten- opportunities for academic the next. For more information
ter’s of Nonprofit Adminis- of the Delta and has served on tion and graduation rates of development, assists students about taking advantage of these
tration from the University of the Phillips County Chamber of eligible students; increase the with basic college requirements services, contact Dr. Clarence
Notre Dame in Notre Dame, IN. Commerce and as a member of transfer rate of eligible stu- and serves to motivate students Hayes, SSS director, at (870)338-
He also holds Arkansas Teach- Teach for America. dents from two-year to four- toward the successful comple- 6474, ext. 1110.

Area Digest Briefs

Area announcements for the week of Delta Survivors, Inc. will meet via The Delta Cultural Center has the County Clerk’s Office at 870-338-
September 16: Zoom on Monday, September 21, 2020 announced that the Moore-Hornor 5505 to request an application which is
at 5:30 pm. If you are a survivor of Home will reopen to the public on Sep- processed on a first come first served
Judge Olly Neal will speak and take cancer or a caregiver of someone with tember 17 with a grand reopening from basis.
questions growing out of the inter- cancer, please join us! 5-6 pm.
section of his book, Outspoken, and County Judge Clark Hall has
today’s struggles today, Wednesday, Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/ All Warfield Concerts have been can- announced that all of the emergency
Sept. 16 starting at 5 pm. He grew up j/97073823604?pwd=dXFnTzc3YUxFO celled until 2021. sirens in the county’s emergency warn-
in nearby Marianna, Arkansas and is XNKbFVlcXh5RHY0QT09 ing system have been prepared. Sirens
known to all who work in civil rights in The Delta Cultural Center has par- will be tested weekly going forward on
this country. This zoom session will be Meeting ID: 970 7382 3604 Pass- tially reopened. The museums and Wednesdays at noon.
facilitated by James Deke Pope. To code: 2W17G8 the parks are now open. But new
participate, send an email to elaine- public hours of operation are 10 a.m. The Phillips County Library is now
[email protected] The Helena Museum will will begin to 4 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays. open with special social distancing
reopening in September, starting with Some staff are still working from home. guidelines.
We are having a Back to School Bash Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10
at the Marvell Elaine School district with am until 4 pm. Masks are required. The Phillips County Clerk’s Office has The Freeman Playground will host a
a drive-through on HWY 49 on Satur- absentee ballot applications available clean-up on September 19 to get the
day, Sept. 19 from 9 am to 11 am for the The Helena Regional Medical Center to the public Monday thru Friday from park ready for reopening. Volunteers
Marvell Elaine community, educational will host a blood drive on September 29 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P. M. if you would are welcome. For more information
gifts bags for all students who come. from 10 am until 2:30 pm. It will be held like to vote by mail. Please contact contact Misti Staley through the park’s
on the Bloodmobile and appointments Facebook page.
are encouraged. Face coverings are
required.

HWH Police Reports

HWH Police Reports arrested for battery in 8/30/2020 for residential burglary ed for going the wrong Failure to yield to emer-
for the time period of the 3rd degree. Reneisha L Philips and fleeing. way down a one way gency vehicle and pub-
Aug. 24 to Sept. 7: was arrested for dis- road. lic intoxication.
Jonathan Charles orderly conduct and Armond Deandre
8/24/2020 Parker was arrested harassment. Winford was arrested 9/7/2020 Jerry Calvin was
Kirk Hill was arrested for fictitious tags, driv- for DWI and speeding. Jessie Bridges was arrested for DWI, no
for possession of drug ing left of center, reck- Ulandas Cordell Rob- arrested for criminal insurance, no seat belt,
paraphernalia, posses- less driving, DWI, DWI inson was arrested on 9/5/2020 trespassing. failure to yield to an
sion of SCH VI LT 4oz, (operation of a vehicle warrant charges. Jimmy Jones was emergency vehicle and
driving on suspended during DWI license sus- arrested for posses- Reneisha L Philips public intoxication.
license, no insurance pension), no insurance, 9/1/2020 sion of meth or cocaine was arrested for disor-
and expired tags. no seat belt, failure Atina Blaylock was (greater than 2gm but derly conduct. Patricia Ann Dotson
to yield to emergency arrested for theft of less than 10gm), war- was arrested for DWI
Albert Levon Burton vehicle and failure to property (shoplifting rant charges and pos- Khadya Smith was and careless and pro-
was arrested for going register vehicle. $1,000 or less). session of a controlled arrested for DWI, no hibited driving.
the wrong way on a one substance. insurance, no seat belt,
way and driving on a 8/28/2020 9/3/2020
suspended license. Lenard Hudson was Levi Speed was Melissa Ann Sanders
arrested for DWI, driv- arrested for criminal was arrested for DWI.
ing without a driver’s trespassing, disorderly
Walter Thornton was license and no insur- conduct and resisting Anthony B. Pinegar
arrested for possession ance. arrest. was arrested for pos-
of a controlled sub- session of meth or
stance, possession of 8/29/2020 Dominique Willis cocaine, possession of
drug paraphernalia and Tammie Parker was was arrested for theft SCH IV or V GT (great-
failure to comply with arrested for 6 counts of property (shoplift- er than 28gm but less
court order. of drug paraphernalia, ing $1,000 or less) and than 200gm), posses-
possession of a firearm criminal trespassing. sion of drug parapher-
Sheena Leigh Ford and possession of SCH nalia and fleeing.
was arrested for crimi- VI LT 4oz. Eunita Banks was
nal mischief in the sec- arrested for expired Tavares M Mitchell
ond degree. Dakota Pritchett was tags and careless and was arrested for care-
arrested for 6 counts prohibited driving. less and prohibited
8/25/2020 of drug paraphernalia, driving and DWI.
Natavia Williams was possession of a firearm Michelle Booker was
arrested for a warrant. and possession of SCH arrested for expired
VI LT 4oz. tags and careless and
Thoams Cooper prohibited driving. Terry Dewayne Ran-
8/29/2020 dle was arrested for no
Woods was arrested Toney Dashun Braggs Izear Jones was insurance, possession
was arrested for theft arrested for no insur- of meth or cocaine (less
for possession of meth of property (shoplifting ance, failure to stop at than 2gm), failure to
$1,000 or less). a stop sign, warrant stop at a stop sign, fail-
or cocaine greater than charges, fictitious tags ure to register vehicle,
Cornelius Pittman and reckless driving. driving on suspended
2GM but less than was arrested for war- license and DWI-Drugs.
rant charges. 9/4/2020
10GM, possession of A minor was arrested

SCH VI LT 4OZ and

possession of drug par-

aphernalia.

8/26/2020 9/6/2020
Dale Nelson was Larry Otey was arrest-

The Helena World Opinions WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 — 3A

Letters to the Editor Could Cotton end up on Supreme Court?

Forty years. That can be the blink of an eye or By Steve Brawner Cotton ads attacking Cotton loves making a
an eternity. Forty years can see the beginning
and the end of an era. My feelings run deep for Columnist respond- Democrats and splash. He would be combat-
different eras of Barton High School. My parents
and other relatives went to school there during ed with a supporting Trump ive and aggressive. It’s not
some of its early years. My sister and I were
students there during the 50s, 60s, and early 70s. An interesting thing hap- s t a t e m e n t and Republicans. hard to imagine him taking off

I began my teaching career there in 1968. Some pened to Sen. Tom Cotton on e x p r e s s i n g Those ads con- his robe at the end of the day
of my life long friendships were formed during
the forty plus years I taught there. One friend- his way to the 2024 presi- gratitude for clude with a pic- and showing up on Fox News
ship began in the fall of 1980 when my son
Andrew started kindergarten. dential campaign: President his inclu- ture of him, often to smash the liberals and/or

He had a very young Pam Gibson for his Trump included him Wednes- sion and later wearing combat Chief Justice John Roberts.
teacher. He had a great first experience in school.
It was a year filled with alpha phonics and scrib- day on his not-very-short list sent a tweet gear, with the Actually, maybe he’d keep the
bling in black, his favorite color. He spent nap
time with his mat pulled close to Pam’s desk for his next Supreme Court saying, “It’s voiceover, “I’m robe on. The Court has been
so they could have conversations while the rest
of the class slept. Pam helped take care of him nominee. time for Roe Tom Cotton, and hesitant to weigh in on the
when he had his first staph infection. He became
an eager learner under her direction. When my Cotton was among 20 v. Wade to go,” referring to I approved this message.” most divisive issue it faces,
youngest son Jonathan came along four years
later, he, too, had great experiences with Pam. named by Trump to go along the 1973 decision where the He wants to be president, not abortion. Cotton would not be

I think she handled her shock well when he with the 21 he’d already listed Court said abortion is a con- a Supreme Court justice. He’s hesitant. If he says, “It’s time
caught a squirrel on the playground. Years later,
she began working in a reading recovery pro- in the 2016 campaign, includ- stitutional right. Man, he is a lawyer, but he hasn’t spent for Roe v. Wade to go,” he
gram. I’m sure there are prolific readers today
because Pam taught them. ing now-Justice Neil Gorsuch, so good at 2020-era politics, much time practicing law. You means it.

The time came last spring for Pam to retire. plus five who were added after where it’s all about getting can argue that a particularly Again, this is a theoretical
I’m not sure Barton realizes what a treasure they
had in Pam. She left Barton in the same man-
ner that she came, very quietly. There was no
great fanfare, no bells and whistles. Just a great
teacher packing the last box and locking the
classroom for the last time. Pam joins the ranks
of other great teachers who have taught at Bar-
ton over the years.

I like to think of all the students in these forty-
odd years who can thank Pam for a great start in
that scary world called school!

Linda Bagley
Lexa, AR

the election, including now- people’s attention and pushing consequential Supreme Court discussion. It’s highly unlike-

Justice Brett Kavanaugh. the right buttons. justice, who can serve four ly Cotton will be a Supreme

Let’s be clear: This whole Because Gorsuch eventually decades, is more important Court justice. Trump must be

thing was a political maneuver became a Supreme Court jus- historically than many run-of- re-elected first, unless some-

meant to change the subject tice, let’s treat this more seri- the-mill presidents. But no one thing were to happen to a

from the coronavirus and call ously than perhaps we should. calls a Supreme Court justice current justice in the very

attention to Trump’s judicial If Trump were re-elected, the leader of the free world. So near future. His original list

appointments, along with what Cotton would be one of a if Trump were to offer the job, members are still waiting to

Trump says is Joe Biden’s lack small number of individuals I’m doubting Cotton would hear their name called like

of transparency regarding his known to have a real shot at a take it. audience members on “The

appointments. Supreme Court seat. Trump’s On the other hand, what Price is Right.” Others could

But just because something appointment probably would if he did? Cotton would be be added to the list, like Kava-

is political doesn’t mean it’s replace a liberal justice. Jus- unlike any Supreme Court jus- naugh was.

not also real. Some of Trump’s tice Ruth Bader Ginsburg tice we’ve ever known. But, Cotton could have that

voters wince at his tweets and is 87, while Justice Stephen The Supreme Court may be opportunity. Being a Supreme

comments but vote for him Breyer is 82. divided between conservatives Court justice is a lifetime

because they like his Supreme However, Cotton is already and liberals, but it’s a chum- appointment, so Cotton would

Court appointments – perhaps running for president in 2024. my bunch that, especially in have to choose between shap-

the president’s most conse- He’s campaigning for Senate recent years, has been careful ing the country for decades

quential official duty. In this candidates in other states and not to make too big a splash versus the mere possibility of

area, he has not let them down. running out-of-state campaign unless it absolutely has to. becoming president.

State Capitol Week in Review

By Keith Ingram act, which made now apply for laid the foundation for expan-

State Senator possible fund- a grant. sion of Internet services across

ing of $25 mil- The rules Arkansas with the passage of

LITTLE ROCK – Before lion for broad- change was Act 198 of 2019. It revised

this year, the legislature had band. That approved by the complex regulatory pro-

already laid the groundwork amount was the Legisla- cess governing telecommuni-

for expansions of broadband increased in tive Council’s cations, to allow more entities

capability in education and August by $100 E x e c u t i v e to become Internet providers.

health care. million. S u b c o m m i t - The Arkansas Rural Con-

In response to the changing As a result tee and imple- nect program is just one of

needs of schools and busi- of legislative mented by the several state efforts to expand

nesses during the coronavi- action last week, more busi- state Commerce Department. Internet access. The state Edu-

rus pandemic, legislators have nesses, such as electric coop- The benefits of the change are cation Department is spend-

accelerated the pace of proj- eratives, now are eligible numerous. All companies with ing $10 million to buy 20,000

ects that expand broadband to participate in the Arkan- the capability can now work devices that create “hot spots.”

access in rural Arkansas and in sas Rural Connect program. with local governments to In addition, the Universi-

small towns. Already, internet service expand Internet access within ty of Arkansas for Medical

Thanks in large part to fund- providers, such as telephone their boundaries. Municipali- Sciences is administering a

ing in the federal CARES Act, companies, could join the pro- ties that own their own util- $2 million grant program for

state officials have been able gram. ity service are also included. rural communities to expand

to beef up wireless capacity The legislative action made More rural communities qual- Internet. It helps them pay

throughout Arkansas. the rules of the program more ify for the grants. Expanding for the costs of applying for

CARES is an acronym that flexible in another important access to broadband allows grants, which can be consid-

stands for the Coronavirus category – the population telemedicine, distance learn- erable. Government aid is

Aid, Relief, and Economic threshold needed for eligibil- ing and working from home. available for areas that lack

Security Act. It was approved ity. Previously, a community The goal of the Arkansas Internet service, but in order

by Congress and signed by the had to have at least 500 people Rural Connect program is to to demonstrate a lack of ser-

president in March to offset in order to qualify for a grant, help areas that lack Internet, vice the community has to

the financial impact caused by but many isolated communi- and areas where Internet ser- conduct an accurate survey.

the coronavirus pandemic. ties had difficulty reaching vice is unreliably slow and Very few small towns have

Arkansas is to receive about that threshold. After the leg- inconsistent. budgeted money for conduct-

$1.25 billion in total from the islative rules change, they can The legislature had already ing surveys.

4A — WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 Local/Religion The Helena World

Think about what you think about

By Sandra Bagley Sandra Bagley head,” or “Take care of It is logical for you, a the enemy tells you, you
your thoughts,” or “The believer in Jesus Christ, choose to think about
RELIGION COLUMNIST you will serve… But as do not choose your par- most important thing to watch what you think the things Jesus would
for me and my house, ents or siblings. You do you can do is be careful and wisely choose the think about.
“whatever is true, what- we will serve the Lord” not choose the weather, what you think.” words that come from
ever is noble, whatever is (Joshua 24:15). No won- or the amount of salt in your thoughts, and the Having the mind of
right, whatever is pure, der Elijah said, “How the ocean, or the splen- Similar to this Bibli- actions that follow your Jesus you “take cap-
whatever is lovely, what- long will you falter dor of the grass – just cal text, we’ve often words. tive every thought to
ever is admirable—if any- between two opinions? to name a few. How- heard the motivational make it obedient to
thing is excellent or praise- If the Lord is God, follow ever, one of the most guidance, “Watch your On the other hand, Christ” (2 Corinthians
worthy—think about such Him; but if Baal, follow important choices of thoughts, they become failure to control your 10:5). This enables you
things.” (Philippians 4:8) him” (1 Kings 18:21). life is well within your your words; watch your mind and the way you to replace the enemy’s
No wonder Jesus said, control. You can choose words, they become direct your thoughts, thought with a Christ-
Life is a series of choic- “No one can serve two what you think about. your actions; watch will cause you to have like thought. As you
es. From the moment we masters. Either you will your actions, they an enormous amount of go through the process
wake up in the morning hate the one and love For this reason, the become your habits; stress in your life. The of choosing Christ-like
until the moment we fall the other, or you will be wise King Solomon watch your habits, they enemy starts his attacks thoughts, actions, hab-
asleep at night, every devoted to the one and urges, “Be careful what become your character; in your thoughts, and its, and character, you
day we are bombarded despise the other. You you think, because watch your character, it knows he can “kill, steal, are fulfilling the direc-
options. cannot serve both God your thoughts run your becomes your destiny.” and destroy” your des- tion of Romans 12:2
and money” (Matthew life” (Proverbs 4:23). What you put into your tiny if negative thoughts “Do not conform to the
Do I sleep in or do I 6:24). Although the NKJV mind determines what are received, believed pattern of this world,
get up? Do I stay in or states, “Keep your heart comes out in your words long enough, and acted but be transformed by
do I go out? Do I eat Sure, there are many with all diligence,” in and actions. Because upon. When you are the renewing of your
now, or do I wait until things in life over which some languages this your life is shaped by bombarded with nega- mind. Then you will be
later? Cash or credit? you have no choice. You command is expressed your thoughts, you need tive thoughts and chal- able to test and approve
Paper or plastic? For do not choose your birth as “Watch your mind,” to think about what you lenges, remember this. what God’s will is—his
here or to go? Some date or birthplace. You “Keep a hand on your think about! Your challenge is not good, pleasing and per-
choices are easy, some your challenge. Your fect will.”
are impossible, and oth- Knowing how your challenge is the way you
ers are somewhere in thoughts determine think about your chal- So, what do you
between. who you are, Paul lenge. choose to spend your
encourages, “fix your time thinking about?
You see, choices are thoughts on what is When the enemy With what do you fill
just the offer or oppor- true, and honorable, comes to attack your your mind? Examine
tunity. The decisions and right, and pure, and thoughts, you must what you are putting
are the hard part as lovely, and admirable. remember you have a in your mind through
they impact our desti- Think about things that choice in how you think television, books, music,
ny. It’s no wonder in are excellent and wor- about and ultimately movies, conversations,
the Bible Moses said, thy of praise. (Philippi- handle your problems. and social media.
“I have set before you, ans 4:8 NLT). The trans- How do you do this? In
life and death, blessing literation of the Greek this same letter to the Choose to pro-
and cursing; therefore word, here rendered as Philippians Paul writes, gram your mind with
choose life, that both fix, is logizomai. If you “Let this mind be in thoughts that are true,
you and your descen- look closely, you see the you which was also in noble, right, pure, love-
dants may live” (Deu- root of the English word Christ Jesus” (Philippi- ly, commendable, virtu-
teronomy 30:19). logic in the Greek one. ans 2:5). Rather than ous, and praiseworthy.
Paul’s point is simple. dwelling on the lies that Think about what you
No wonder Joshua think about.
said, “choose for your-
selves this day whom

Diet is a powerful tool to boost heart health • Cooking a rec-
ipe with garlic and
Dr. Keith Roach yours to experience a onions to start?
benefit. A mostly plant- Invite me to dinner!
SPONSORED FEATURE based diet has substan- But first, remember
tial benefits. It’s easier to let the onions cook
DEAR DR. ROACH: I have a strong history of pre- for some people to make to nearly translucent
mature heart disease in my family, and I have been incremental changes. before add- ing the
having some unpleasant side effects of blood pressure garlic, which cooks
medicine. I decid- ed to try a completely plant-based *** much fast- er. If you
diet: grains, vegetables, legumes, fruit, seeds and nuts. DEAR DR. ROACH: put both in at the same time, the garlic will burn before
I’ve been taking Viagra the onions have a chance to deepen their flavor.
After about a month on the new diet, my total cho- for several years, with
lesterol dropped 44 points to 159, and the other num- good results for my • Automatic toilets are great for not having to touch
bers went from borderline to normal, as measured by wife and me. Recently the handles, but they can be scary for kids — and some
my cardiologist. My blood pressure, which was often my prescription drug coverage administrator has adults too, if I’m being honest. Try putting a sticky
high in the mornings (typically 150+/90), was 118/68 begun restricting my access to 12 pills every 30 days. note over the sensor so that it will not flush until you
this morning. I’ve only lost about 5 pounds in the past I’ve requested an explanation from the company, with- take it off, giving you some control.
cou- ple of months, and I’m probably still 8-10 pounds out success. My prescription is written by my heart
overweight. doctor, and he is not aware of any reason to restrict my • “For chores, I write tasks on sticky notes and put
access to Viagra. Is there some danger in taking Viagra them up on our family board. The kids choose the
I am pleased with the results, but why didn’t any of (sildenafil) on a regular basis? The literature supplied things they want to do, and when they are done to my
my doctors rec- ommend this? — J.S.B. with the prescription, from Pfizer, does not indicate a satisfaction I sign their ticket. At the end of the week,
limit on use. I’d appreciate your feedback on this, as it they can bring me the tick- ets to pay out. This is for
ANSWER: Diet is a powerful tool for improving will affect my wife’s and my happiness. — J.R. extra money, so they don’t have to do it; I don’t have to
overall health, especial- ly heart health. I believe it is ANSWER: The insurance company isn’t worried chase them, and I don’t have to keep track of it either.”
underem- phasized by most physicians. about your safety: Silde- nafil (Viagra) and similar — E.L. in Montana
drugs are safe for daily use in most people, and your
Changing from a meat-based diet to a mostly plant- cardiologist is certainly the right person to make that • Every so often, use a very diluted bleach solution
based diet often prompts improvements in blood pres- determination, not your insurance company. Instead, to rinse out your reus- able water bottles. Put them
sure, cho- lesterol and weight. Your results are better the drug limits are there to save money for the insur- on a bottle rack to air dry completely before seal- ing
than most, but by no means unheard of. You haven’t ance company. People can make up their own minds them back up.
said how you feel, but many people feel more ener- about wheth- er that is reasonable or not, but it is a near-
getic as well. Many others are able to come off of some universal finding now. • “I use the same grip tape that my son uses for his
(occasionally all) of their medications, which of course One way many patients get around this (if they are baseball bat on my hand tools, like my hammer and
reduces side effects. taking 25 mg or 50 mg) is to get the larger-size tablet pry bar. I also have used it on my lawn tools. It makes
and cut it in half (a pill cutter can do this well), since a nice barrier that stays put.” — C.R. in South Carolina
Why don’t physicians recommend it? I think it’s a the limit is on the number of tab- lets, not the number
combination of rea- sons. Some doctors don’t realize of milligrams. • Things you should wash with soap and water
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The Helena World Church WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 — 5A

Calvary (Marvell) Baptist Church Carter Chapel AME Church

ASSEMBLY OF GOD St. John M.B. Church Greater Powerhouse/Adams Temple
FIRST Assembly of God Perry Ext., Helena, AR Rev. Walter Debro Jr., Pastor Sun- 519 Plaza Street - Alex J. Smith, Min. First Lady-Clinton
1807 Stringtown Rd. Smith S.S. 9:30 am.; W.S. 12 Noon, Tlies. Thurs, Fit, Nightly
day School 9:30 A.M.
Pastor Dwight Miner 338-3882 Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M. 7:30 pm
S.S. 9:45 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m.. & 5 p.m. Wed. 5 p.m.
Each Sunday St. Luke COGIC
Hope Church Elaine, Robert Tackett, Min. -
417 E. Baldwin St. Joseph Missionary Baptist -
Pastor Qway Duvall 501-655-0359 Postelle S.S. 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service Sundays 10:45 W.S. 11 a.m. 2nd & 4th Sun
S.S. 10 am.: W.S. 11:30 am. Wed. 6 p.m.
BAPTIST Upper Room Pentecostal COGIC
Asbury M.B. Church Spring Lake Missionary Baptist Jalen Phillips, Pastor. Sunday Worship 10 am. Wednesday
Wallace St. Marvell Rev. Leroy Williams Min., S.S.9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m.
Prayer Service 7:00 pm. 870-995-5128
Rev. Gray Asst. Rev. Garland Lee
S.S 9:30, M.W. 11:00 a.m. Power House COGIC - 2nd St
2nd & 4th Sundays Bible Study Wed. 6:00 Greater St. Mary’s Restoration Outreach Kim Smith, Min., 572-9901
S.S. 9:30 a.m., W.S. 11:00 a.m. Bible Study - Wed. 7:00 S.S. 10 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m.
Harmony M.B. Church & 5 p.m. Tues. 7:30 p.m.
801 Airport Road p.m. Pastor Matthew McKing

Fred Garrison, Min. 572-9342 St. Paul Missionary Baptist Watson Temple Church of God
S.S. 10 A.M. W.S. 11am & 5pm Wed 7pm Old Little Rock Phillips County Road 300 Billy Ward, Minister Hwy 49, Lexa

Barton Baptist 572-2870 S.S. 10100 am; Tues. Bible Study
9718 Hwy 85 W.S. 11:30 every Sunday Bible Class 7:00 pm - Wednesday 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Fri. Regular
Pastor: TBA Services 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
S.S. 9:45 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m. St. Paul Missionary Baptist Sim. S.S. 9:30 to 10:30 Regular Services 10:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Corner of Walnut & Adam St. -Amos Newell, Min.,
Beautiful Zion Miss. Baptist Evening Services:
218 Ponotoc 338-3977 Danny Robinson, Min., S.S. 9 a.m.; S.S. 9:45 am.: W.S. 11 p.m. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Bible Study 6:30 p.m.-Tuesday
W.S. 10 a.m. EPISCOPAL
St. Peter Missionary Baptist St. John Episcopal
Beulah Missionary Baptist Old LR Road - Devin Brown, Perry & Pecan St.
Onieda - Robert L. Goldsberry, Min S.S. 10 a.m.; W.S. Rev. Ray Brown, 338-8115 W.S. 10:30 a.m„ S.S. 9:00 a.m.
Min., 338-7164
11 a.m. S.S. 9:30 am.: W.S. 11:30 a.m. Bible Study: 6:00pm Allen Temple A.M.E. -
120 S. Ashlar SS 9:30 am -10:45 am Worship: 11:00 am
County Line Baptist Wednesday followed with every choir rehearsal
P.O. Box 273, Marvell, AR 72366 Nate Lawerence, Min., Each Sunday Pastor T.B. Lamb
Second Baptist SBC
829-3260 3rd & Baldwin St. METHODIST
S.S. 10 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m. Brother Randy Williamson, Carter Chapel AME
Senior Pastor., 572-3264 419 Columbia Deborah Senter, Pastor S.S. 9:30 a.m.;
Elaine Baptist Church S.S. 9:00 a.m.: W.S. 10:00 a.m. & 7 p.m. Wed. 6:30 p.m.
200 Main St. Elaine Luke Watson/Pastor., 870-827-3469 W.S. 11 a.m.
S.S. 9:45 a.m.; W.S. 11:00 a.m. & 6p.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m. Second Baptist -
Park & Hernando St. Elaine United Methodist
First Baptist M.B. Church Jarvis Smith, Min., 572-9647 Pastor William Joe Head W.S. 9:00 am.
Comer of Miller & Walnut St., Helena, 338-8652, S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11:00 a.m. NS. Sun., 6:30 p.m.,
BC., Tues. 5:00 p.m., Every 1st. Sat., Mo. Mus. 7:30 p.m. First United Methodist -
Derrick L. Hughes, Pastor 502 Porter 338-7418 Rev. Deborah Head
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11:30 a.m. Second Baptist Church
Lexa - 113 Mapl & Maine St 572-1525 S.S. 10:00 a.m.; S.S.9:30 a.m.; W.S. 10:30 a.m.
Helena First Baptist Church
600 Franklin, Helena M.W. 11:30 a.m.; Lexa United Methodist
Bible Study (First & Third Wednesdays) at 6 p.m. Pastor: Kenneth Lee - Cedar - S.S. 9:55 a.m.; W.S. 9 a.m.
Cliff Bernard/Pastor., 338-6764
S.S. 9:15 a.m.; W.S. 10:30 a.m. Silver Cloud Marvell United Methodist
206 Riverview James L. Williams, Pastor 338-6822 Sunday Pastor: Kenneth Lee - Hwy. 49 S.S. 9:55 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m.
& 6 p.m. Wed. 6:45 p.m. School 9:30 , Morning worship 11:00 am, Wednesday night
Pettis Memorial CMJZ.
First Baptist Bible Study 7:00 p.m. 121 Coranza 572-5046 Pastor William C. Gant
Ward St., Marvell S.S. 10:00 a.m.; Randy Williams, Pastor
Trenton Baptist S.S.9:30 a.m.; W.S. 5 p.m.
W.S. 11:30 a.m. Wed. 7 p.m. Every Sundays Pastor: Brother Mike Shelley Sun. CYF: 5 p.m.
S.S. 10 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m.
First Missionary Baptist Church Wesley Chapel A.M.E.
125 N. Coanza Truevine Missionary Baptist Center & Wallace St., Marvell W. Simmons, Min., 338-8651
415 W. Garland Dr. Pastor: TBA
Von Daniels, Min., 870-228-5007 S.S. 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Wed. Bible Class S.S. 9:45 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m.
6 p.m. West Helena United Methodist -
Fourth Street Baptist B.MA 109 N. 6th St. 572-2559
Pastor: Lance Madden SS, 10am; WS, 11am &6pm Wed.- Tucker Grove MB Pastor William Joe Head
PC Road 115 Marvell, AR
Adult Bible Study/ Children/Youth Classes 6pm S.S. 9:30 am W.S. 11:00 am Rev. Earnest Womack Jr.- S.S. 9:30 am.; W.S. 11 a.m.

Fountain Head M.B. Baptist Pastor PENTECOSTAL
Willis DR Marvell Pentecostal
West Acre Baptist Church
Dr. James L. Allen, Min. S.S. 9:45 a.m. W.S. 11:00 a.m. Pray meeting Wed. 7:00 Porter Kenneth D. Harman, Pastor
870-829-2558 S.S. 10 am.; W.S. 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m.
p.m.
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; M.W. 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 1st & 3rd Apostolic Life Center Church
Sundays 6:00 p.m. West Helena Baptist 1335 Hwy 49, Marvell, AR Pastor Leroy Jackson Jr.
702 Plaza St.
Galilee Missionary Baptist- S.S. 10 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m.
206 Adams S.S. 9:30 a.m.: W.S. 10:45 a.m. & 6 p.m. Wed. 6:30 p.m. Tues & Thurs 7 p.m.

338-3024 S.S. 9:30 a.m. Zion Hill Baptist - Bible Study Thurs 7:30 p.m.
Pastor Jessie King 1108 Pecan St. 338-3712 Leroy Harper Sr., Min.,
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m., 1st & 3rd Sunday Pentecostal Church of Holiness
Greater First Miss. Baptist 52 ST. Francis Glenn Jackson, Min., 388-8974 S.S. 10 am.;
Comer of Sam and Bonanza St. Arthur Hughes, Min. Zion Travelers Mis. Baptist
Rev. Austin D. Hill SR Pastor 32610 HWY 44 Mellwood, W.S. 11 a.m. Wed. 7 p.m. United
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m., 1st & 3rd Sunday
AR 72367 PRESBYTERIAN
Lambrook Baptist S.S. 10:30am W.S. 11:30am First Presbyterian Church
827-3918 S.S. 10 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. 629 Porter St - Helena 338-3021 - W.S. 10:30 a.m.

Lexa Baptist CATHOLIC 7TH DAY ADVENTIST
213 Cedar St. St. Mary’s Catholic Seventh Day Adventist Church
Pastor: TBA 572-6533 Hwy. 49, Bill Neptune, Min. -W.S. Sat 9:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.
S.S. 9:45 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. 123 Columbia Pastor Jeny Kenyon, 572-9141
& 6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m. 338-6990 - Sun. Mass: 10 a.m.

Morning Grove Missi. Baptist CHRISTIAN Faith Lutheran Church For more information on a sponsorship of
Hwy 44 - Elder Robert Davi, Pastor, 572-0667 S.S. 10:00 First Christian 4525 North Washington Forrest City, AR 72335 Earl D. this church directory
a.m.; W.S. 12:00 noon every Sun. Bible Class every Tues.
Carruth St. - Marvell Alton Merchant, Min. Burhhart, Deacon Please contact Wally Burchett at: [email protected]
Morning Star Baptist S.S. 10 a.m.: W.S. 11 a.m.; E.S. 5 p.m. burchettmedia.com
885 S. Biscoe 338-6727 OTHER or call 910-528-0244
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11:00 a.m. & 6 p.m. Wed. 6 p.m. 1st & Bible Study: Wed. 6:30 p.m Greater Miracle Temple -
3rd Sun Rev. Larry Edwards, Pastor 228 No. 2nd St Bro. Willie Manuel, Min. This local church directory is made
CHURCH OF CHRIST S.S. 9:30; W.S. 11:00 Tuesday Bible Study 7:30-9:00 p.m. possible by these supporting busi-
Mount Oliver Miss. Baptist Hicks United Church of Christ nesses that are positioned around
Onieda - Moses Tillman Sr., Min. Marvell Alton Merchant, Min. Gods House “A Safe Place to Come To” Outreach Ministries, these page. The basic church listings
S.S. 10:30 a.m.; W.S. 12 Noon every 2nd Sun. S.S. 10:00 a.m.; W.S. 9:00 a.m. Inc. - are provided at no charge to all our
area churches. If your church is not
Mount Tabor Miss. Baptist Twin City Church of Christ Pastor: Elder Robert Davis 9th Street & Plaza 815 Plaza listed or an information change is
1160 Holly & Adams Streets Bobby Baker, Min. 572-1215 Street West Helena AR 72390 870-753-4050 870-995-3533 needed, please contact Andrew Bagley
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11:00 a.m. 2nd & 4th Sun. S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 10:30 a.m. & 5 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m.
Tues. 7:30 p.m. 2nd & 4th Tues. mobile Church Services Every Sunday: at [email protected]
Southland Church of Christ S.S. 9:30 am
New Haven Missionary Baptist Bro. Derek Wilson, Minister 5625 Hwy 242 West I Lexa, AR
Rev. Rodney D. Corbin, Pastor 404 W Street West Helena, Morning Worship: 11:00 am Every Tuesday even. Bible
AR 72390 S.S. 9:30 a.m.- W.S. 11:00 a.m. - Prayer, Mon. 6 72355 S.S. 10am - W.S. 1 lam 572-2240 Teachings 6:00 pm Every 2nd & 4th Sunday after service
Lords Supper Free Food Pantry schedule: 1st Tuesday &
p.m., B.S., Wed. 7 p.m. Ph. 870.572.6314 CHURCH OF GOD
Church of God - 1736 Hwy 49 Gene Rutledge, Min., 3rd Tuesday Call Pastor 870-572-0667

572-2099 House of the Lord Church -
S.S. 10:00 a.m.; W.S. 11:00 a.m. & 6 p.m. Wed. 7 p.m. 8365 Phillips 300.

J.L. Sanders 572-2469 or Bill Home 572-5679

New Hope Missionary Baptist Church of God of Prophecy Delta Fellowship -
Jackson & Holly • Billy G. Williams, Min., 338-9095 S.S. 210N.9TH 276 Richmond Hill Dr, W.Helena
Sunday 10:30 am 870-572-1120
9:45 a.m.; Pastor: Doris Smith, 572-7587
W.S. 11 a.m. Wed. 6 p.m. S.S. 10 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. & 5 p.m. Wed. 5 p.m. True Gospel Church -
542 Cooper St., West Helena Tony Dyce, Pastor.,
New Light Baptist Elaine Church of God
522 Arkansas Dan Wessell, Pastor 870-572-9651
S.S. 10:00 a.m. W.S. 11:00 a.m. Sunday 10:00 am-12 noon.
Andre K. Valley, Min., 338-8677
S.S. 9:15 a.m.; W.S. 10:45 a.m. Living Water Ministry Sun, Evening 6pm-till,
Bible Study 6:30 pm Wednesday 227 N. 8th St. West Helena Judy Carter, Pastor 572-5327 Wed. 7pm-till.

New Zion Missionary Baptist - S.S. 10:00 a.m.; Church of the Living God
225 Plaza W.S. 11 am & 6 pm. 700 Park Ave West Helena, AR 72390 (870) 572-7188
Wed. Bible Study: 7 p.m. Pastor Jenkins P.S. 7-7:30 Wednesday B.S. 7:30-8:30
L.A. Gamble, Min., 572-2159
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11:30 a.m. 2nd & 3rd Sun. B.S. 2nd New Beginning Church Wednesday
South Seven S.S. 11am - 1pm Every 2nd Tuesday
Wed.
Audie Richardson Sr., - Pastor Food Pantry Giveaway
Pleasant Grove Miss. Baptist
Hwy. 316 Kenion Williams, Min. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST NON-DENOMINATIONAL
S.S. 9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11:00 a.m. 1st & 3rd Sun. Christ Temple-
Faith Outreach Church -
Salem M.B.Church - Franklin & Jefferson, Helena Supt. Alex J. Smith, Pastor; 1430 Springdale Rd.
Hwy. 44 So. S.S. 10:00 a.m. Min. Abram Johnson,
W.S. 11:00 am. 1st & 3rd Sunday Paster Randy Williams, Pulpit Chairman; Jim D. Harrison,Pastor -572- LORD W.S. 10 a.m.
Mid-Week Service (Wed.) 7 p.m.
Sr. SS 9:00 am, MS 10:30 am, YPWW 5:00 pm.
Evening Service 6:00 pm, Wednesday Prayer &
St.John Missionary Baptist-
Perry ext., Helena S.S.9:30 a.m.; W.S. 11 a.m. Bible Band 7:00 pm,
Holy Communion-Third Sundays
Rev. Walter Debro Jr- Pastor

6A — WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 Features The Helena World

Recipe of the Week: VEAL PICATTA

Cindy Davis 1 lemon thinly sliced Sprinkle with parsley.
Shake pan so cutlets are
HELENA WORLD FOOD EDITOR Using a meat mallet covered.
pound cutlet until thin. Add lemon slices.
VEAL PICATTA Dredge in flour and salt. Cover skillet with lid and
Saute in butter until simmer about 20 minuets or
Ingredients browned on both sides. until very tender.
1 lb. veal cutlets Remove to a platter. Boneless pork cutlets may
1/2 cup flour Add broth and reduce be substituted if veal is
1 tsp. salt slightly. unavailable.
1 stick butter Add lemon juice and A good side to serve with
1/4 cup chicken broth return cutlets to skillet. this is Fettichini Alfredo.
2 TBSP. fresh lemon juice
1/3 cup chopped parsley

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 — 1B

Gentry honored as PCCUA’s outstanding instructor

Contributed the road to becoming a val- She joined PCCUA in in Jonesboro and her M.S.N.
ued health care provider. 1991 and says her favor- at Delta State University in
HELENA WORLD ite part of her job is being Cleveland, MS.
Gentry, of West Helena, in the classroom with her
Her rapport with her stu- has been selected to receive students. Serving as a fac- Actively involved in cam-
dents and her love of health the 2019-20 Outstanding ulty member and advisor, pus issues, Gentry serves
care are what drive Shelby Faculty Award at PCCUA Gentry provides classroom as a member of numerous
Gentry to shine in the class- and will receive special rec- and skills lab instruction, as committees in the Associate
room. ognition by Arkansas Com- well as clinical instruction Degree Nursing program,
munity Colleges this fall. at Baptist Memorial Hospi- as well as the Faculty Asso-
As an instructor in the tal in Oxford, MS. ciation and Covid-19 Task
Associate Degree Nurs- As a nursing instructor at Force.
ing program at Phillips PCCUA for almost 30 years, Gentry is a graduate of
Community College of the Gentry is known for her PCCUA, receiving her She is a member of St.
University of Arkansas charismatic and supportive Associate of Applied Sci- Mary’s Catholic Church,
(PCCUA)-Helena, she dem- teaching style as well as her ence degree in Helena. She and some of her favorite
onstrates her passion for in-depth knowledge and completed her B.S.N. at pastimes include yoga, fit-
nursing in the classroom as love of the nursing profes- Arkansas State University ness workouts, running,
she helps students navigate sion. and nutrition/cooking.

RECLAIMING MOORE STREET

Barton native Burse
retires from Air Force

Helena-West Helena Street and Sanitation Workers have been busy throughout 2020 Staff Reports Logistics Division at Maxwell-Gunter
cleaning up spots throughout the city and removing several blighted properties. Last Air Force Base near Montgomery.
week, Street and Sanitation Director Bobby Jones was leading his team on Moore HELENA WORLD
Street in the 72342 zip code in reclaiming the street from overgrown grass and Prior to that post, Burse served as the
rapidly spreading kudzu, which was crossing the street. Many property owners on Air Force Colonel Alvin F. Burse, a Senior Material Leader for the Genera-
this street and in other areas of town are not properly maintaining their property and 1982 graduate of Barton High School, tion and Ops Division at the Space and
overwhelming the city’s limited resources. Andrew Bagley/Helena World recently retired from the United States Missile Center at Los Angeles Air Force
Air Force. Base.

The Air Force recognized Burse at Burse enlisted in the Air Force in
a retirement ceremony held at True November 1982 and was an enlisted
Divine Baptist Church in Montgomery, man for 9.5 years, achieving the rank of
Alabama. Lieutenant General Robert D. Technical Sergeant.
McMurry, Jr. was the keynote speaker.
McMurry currently serves as the Com- In July 1992, Burse was commissioned
mander of the Air Force Life Cycle Man- as an officer after graduation from the
agement Center at Patterson Air Force Air Force Officer Training School.
Base in Ohio supervising the manage-
ment of the cycle of use for a wide array Burse also served as the Division Chief
of military equipment. of the Iraq Security Assistance Mission
where he managed and executed $1.3
Burse currently serves the country as billion in acquisitions to help rebuild
the Sr. Material Leader for the Enterprise the Iraqi Air Force.

Renovated Moore-Hornor House ready for exhibit Thursday

Contributed share with visitors a view guests will also be limited.
of Helena’s past and a way Nonetheless, Dr. Miller is
HELENA WORLD of life that was uniquely
that of the Arkansas Delta. reminded that the Moore-
Listed on the National Honor is a Helena treasure.
Register of Historic Places, The Moore-Hornor “I’ve always believed that
the DCC prepares for the House has gone through local residents and tourists
upcoming community pre- quite an extensive face-lift. deserve this long-awaited
view of the historic Moore- Renovations include win- re-opening,” he said. “And
Hornor House. Located at dow treatments, flooring now that day has arrived!”
323 Beech Street, in Helena, and interior painting, all
the free event is slated for finished in the style, hues Among many of the
Thursday, September 17, and design that are true to home’s other features,
from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., and the pre-Civil War period. guests will have an oppor-
will include live entertain- Eagerly looking forward to tunity to view one of the
ment. this day, Executive Direc- estate’s most alluring his-
tor Dr. Miller describes torical curiosities. It was
In case of rain, this lim- the Moore-Hornor as one the 1863 Civil War Battle
ited engagement will be of the organization’s most of Helena, when a violent
held the following week- beloved properties. “The fight took place directly
- Thursday September renovation and re-opening on the ridge behind the
24—also from 5 p.m. to 6 of the Moore-Hornor has Moore-Horner House --
p.m. A grand-reopening been one of my top priori- a site which is now also
celebration will be hosted ties,” says Dr. Miller. owned by the DCC.
in the spring of 2021.
During this event, as a Better known as Civ-
Built in 1859, the Moore- public health and safety il War Battery-C, prior Delta Cultural Center to re-open one of its most beloved properties-- the newly reno-
Hornor is a stunning exam- precaution, visitors will be to the war it was a cem- vated Moore-Honor House. Sneak peak of the grand ole’ historic home is set for
ple of asymmetrical Greek required to follow social etery called Graveyard September 17. Contributed Photo
Revival and Italianate distancing guidelines. In Hill. During the ensuing
architecture. This sneak compliance with these battle on that hot July 4, lor windows of the stately ible today-- 161 years lat- the minds of most who
preview marks the home’s guidelines, the number of day, two .58 caliber bullets old home and lodged in er-- these bullet holes have have toured the house prior
return to its rightful role were fired through the par- the parlor doors. Still vis- made a lasting imprint on to the renovation.
as history-teller, ready to

2B — WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 Local The Helena World
Helena-West Helena Kiwanis starts new year, honors Turner

Terri Ann Hall

CONTRIBUTING WRITER

The Kiwanis Club of Helena-West Hel-
ena celebrated the installation of new
officers for 2020-2021 year and announced
the 2019-2020 Kiwanian of the Year at
their September meeting.

The outgoing President, Ann Christine
Bennett, welcomed new Board member
Sandra Bagley. Ann Christine then swore
in new President Stephenie A Cooke, Vice
President Joe Ann Franklin and Secre-
tary/Treasurer Missy Ishmeal.

“I am excited and honored to be serv-
ing as the next president of the Helena
Kiwanis club. We look forward to con-
tinuing to support the youth in our com-
munity!” incoming President Cooke said
with enthusiasm.

The big announcement made by Mis-
sy Ishmael was Kiwanian of the Year,
Jo Turner. Jo, a member since 2000,
was described as the “Energizer Bunny”
always ready and willing for anything
that was asked of her.

“I was totally surprised and very hum-
bled to receive this award,” Jo said of the
honor she accepted.

Veterans Shoebox Drive announced SENIOR EXHIBITION

Contributed Drop your gifts off at: Ballpoint pen The Henderson State University Fine Arts Department is proud to present “I Am”
The Helena World Hula girl figure by graduating BFA candidate Kayla Barry. Barry came to Henderson from Fay-
HELENA WORLD Shaving cream etteville, but has made Helena her home for the past three years. According to
417 York St., Helena, AR 72342 Puzzle book/small book Kayla, “Through my paintings I hope to inspire others to be free to be themselves
Any soldier, sailor, marine Monday –Friday 9 am- 4 pm Sports trading cards no matter how simple or unusual that is.” While there will be no reception for “I
or airman will tell you that October 1- December 1, 2020 Shampoo/Body Wash Am,” the exhibition will be on view in the student gallery on the second floor of
one of the hardest parts of Playing cards the Henderson State University Huie Library. Barry is a 2019 Arkansas Delta Arts
being in the service is wak- Gifts will be delivered on Santa Cap Partnership Competition award winner. Contributed Photo
ing up alone in some far December 17 and 18 by our Socks – Long or short
away and unfamiliar place local Rotary and Kiwanis Stamped post cards VAN OFFERS RIDE TO CAMPUS
on Christmas morning. Clubs and other volunteers. PEZ Dispenser
Lip Balm It’s important to start your academic year off with a great running start! PCCUA
There is a knot in your We need your help in Stamps wants to assist you with your college start-up, because we understand some of
stomach that just won’t go identifying the veterans of Holiday cards the challenges that students face when coming to college, such as having reliable
away due to the overwhelm- Phillips County. The Helena Sugar Free candy/gum transportation. For college students, who are registered for classes but don’t have
ing feeling of loneliness. World has agreed to keep the Calendar/magazine a way to get to and from campus, our Rowdy Ride van will get you there! This is
data base but we need the Stuffed animal a new, FREE transportation service, which is available each semester to Helena-
These Veterans are now information. Face mask West Helena area students, who live within a reasonable distance from campus.
getting older. Many find Magnifying Glass This new service is being offered first on the Helena campus and will grow to
themselves in a hospital or Please go to our website Christmas ornament include our Arkansas County campuses, soon. To take advantage of this service,
nursing homes with no fam- (The Helena World.org) to If you wish to make a call now at 870-714-9694 (van cell) or 338-6474, ext. 1936 (transportation office)
ily or support system during find the information we cash donation please make or email Von Daniels at [email protected] and register for your seat on ROWDY
the holidays. Our commu- need to deliver the packages. checks payable to the Ameri- Ride for the fall semester. PCCUA also wants you to know that measures, such as
nity can help Veterans by Please just fill in the infor- can Legion. temperature checks, requiring masks, and cleaning will be taken to ensure safety
remembering them at Christ- mation and click send. All of the cash will be put for passengers. PCCUA wants to make getting your degree easier by choosing
mas time with a simple gift. in a pile and then split equal- this convenient mode of transportation, and we hope that those in need will join
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Help us honor our local YOUR SHOEBOX Questions?
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CARES Act is a source of relief

Charlestien Harris eowner that has missed mortgage loans, gradu-
mortgage payments. For ated payment mortgage
CONTRIBUTING WRITER the borrower that does not loans, and growing equi-
qualify for a COVID-19 ty mortgage loans, must
Even though the pan- Standalone Partial Claim, be a fixed rate mortgage;
demic is still very pres- discussed last week, the the interest rate must be
ent in our everyday lives, servicer must review the no more than the market
the possibility of losing a borrower for a COVID-19 rate, as defined by HUD*;
home because of unfore- Owner-Occupant Loan the term for the modified
seen circumstances is never Modification. mortgage is 360 months,
easy and can devastate the or less if requested by the
dream of homeownership. This loss mitigation borrower and the principal
option modifies the rate and interest payment may
Just knowing there are and term of the mortgage at not increase, unless the bor-
viable home retention solu- the end of a COVID-19 for- rower has exhausted the
tions that help homeown- bearance period. The ser- 30% maximum statutory
ers struggling with making vicer must confirm that the value of all partial claims
their mortgage payments borrower was current or for an FHA insured mort-
can ease the stress and ten- less than 30 days past due gage. The FHA insured
sion that can build up over as of March 1, 2020, the bor- mortgage must remain in
time and have long lasting rower indicates that they a first lien position and be
negative implications for have the ability to make the legally enforceable and the
them financially. Having modified mortgage pay- borrower may receive only
options and understand- ment, and the property is one permanent COVID-19
ing how they apply to a owner-occupied. The terms Home Retention Option.
looming default can greatly of the COVID-19 Owner-
affect the decision making Occupant Loan Modifica- *Special Note: HUD
process when it comes to tion are as follows: a) All defines the “market rate” as
deciding whether to stay in accumulated late charges, a rate that is no more than
a home or opt for other loss fees and penalties must be 25 basis points greater than
mitigation solutions such as waived; b) Only arrearages the most recent Freddie Mac
a short sale, deed in lieu or for unpaid accrued inter- Weekly Primary Mortgage
even foreclosure. est and servicer advances Market Survey (PMMS)
for escrowed items may Rate for 30-year fixed-rate
The CARES Act enacted be capitalized; and c) the conforming mortgages
by Congress earlier this COVID-19 Owner-Occu- (U.S. average), rounded to
year provides such relief pant Loan Modification the nearest one-eighth of 1
for those homeowners that must fully reinstate the percent (0.125 percent), as
have government backed mortgage. of the date the loan modi-
mortgages. The COVID-19 fication is approved. This
Owner-Occupant Loan Other terms include that information is for educa-
Modification is another the modified mortgage, tional purposes.
option that is available for including adjustable rate
loan servicers to consider
when dealing with a hom-

The Helena World Legals/Classifieds WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 — 3B

Legal Notices

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT PLAINTIFF the
for the Eastern District of Arkansas VS following terms: cash. The purchaser at said
REGINALD L DUNAHUE NO. 54 CIV-2019-179 sale will be required to give bond, with ap-
Plaintiff(s) Christine McKaskle aka Christine Mauldin proved
V. DEFENDANT security to secure the payment of the pur-
Civil Action No. AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE chase price and a lien will be retained on said
2:19-CV-00126-KGB-PSH Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, lands
JEREMY C ANDREWS, FRANKLIN L GRA- Commissioner, will, pursuant to the order of further to secure such purchase money.
HAM, et the Circuit Court of Phillips County, Arkansas, WITNESS my hand this 19th day of Au-
al. rendered on the 30th day of January, 2020 gust,2020.
Defendant(s) and Lynn Stillwell, Commissioner
SUMMONS IN A CIVIL ACTION filed of record on February 11, 2020, in a ______
To: (Defendant’s name and address) Myron cause therein pending between the above
Rhodes plaintiff and defendant, on the a day of Octo- NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
404 N. 8th Street West Helena, AR 72390 ber 20th at 10:00, 2020, offer for sale at public Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
A lawsuit has been filed against you. auction, at the main hallway in front of the Cir- will sell for cash at the premises of the un-
Within 21 days after service of this summons cuit Clerk’s office of the Phillips County dersigned, at 425 Plaza Street, West Helena,
on you (not counting the day you received it) Courthouse, in the City of Helena-West Hel- Arkansas, the following property:
- or 60 days if you are the United States or ena, County of Phillips, and State of Arkansas, 2006 Dodge Ram vin# 1D7KS28C46J17234
a United States agency, or an officer or em- to the This property may be inspected at the afore-
ployee of the United States described in Fed. highest and best bidder the following lands said premises. The right to reject any and all
R. Civ. P. 12 (a)(2) or (3) - you must serve on and property in the County of Phillips, State of bids is reserved.
the plaintiff an answer to the attached com- Arkansas, to-wit: This sale is being made pursuant to the provi-
plaint or a motion under Rule 12 of the Federal PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE SOUTH sions of Section 85-9-504, Arkansas Statutes
Rules of Civil. Procedure. The answer or mo- HALF (S%), SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SEA), Annotated, being the Uniform Commercial
tion must be served on the plaintiff or plaintiff’s SECTION THIRTY-TWO (32), TOWNSHIP Code.
attorney, whose name and address are: MAL- ONE (1) SOUTH, RANGE THREE (3) EAST, Southern Bancorp Bank
COLM CULPEPPER PHILLIPS COUNTY, ARKANSAS, AND Steve Toney, Senior Vice President
Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS _______
Mullally P. O, Box 1346 Jonesboro, AR 72403 FOLLOWS: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
If you fail to respond, judgment by default will COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST PHILLIPS COUNTY ARKANSAS
be entered against you for the relief demand- CORNER OF THE 7.51 ACRE TRACT OF PROBATE DIVISION
ed in the complaint. You also must file your LAND DESCRIBED IN A DEED TO LEON IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
answer or motion with the court. MCCHESNEY RECORDED IN BOOK 441, JAMES HAROLD WRIGHT, DECEASED
CLERK OF COURT PAGE 498 OF THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF No: 54 PR-2020-23-2
Date: PHILLIPS COUNTY, ARKANSAS, THENCE NOTICE
05/27/2020 EAST 405.3 FEET ALONG THE SOUTH JAMES HAROLD WRIGHT, Deceased
LINE OF SAID TRACT OF LAND TO THE Last known address of Decedent:
______ POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE FROM 123 Phillips 371 West Helena, AR 72390
THE POINT OF BEGINNING N 0° 02’ WEST That Billy Joe Wright was appointed Personal
Public Notice 302.66 FEET TO THE NORTH LINE OF SAID Representative of the Estate of James Harold
Notice is hereby given that there has been TRACT OF LAND, SAID POINT LYING ON Wright, deceased, on the 17th day of April
filed with the council (the “Council”) of the city THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTH HAL 2020.
of Marvell, Arkansas (the “City”), the petition OF SOUTH HALF (SY2) OF SAID SOUTH All persons having claims against the estate
of property owners in the City, stating they are HALF (S) SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SEVA) must exhibit them, duly verified, to the un-
property owners having a majority in value as OF SECTION 32; THENCE NORTH 89 DE- dersigned within six (6) months from the date
shown by the last county assessment of the GREES 58 MINUTES EAST 134.57 FEET of the first publication of this notice, OR they
owners of real property in the City and asking ALONG THE SAID NORTH LINE OF THE shall forever be barred and precluded from
for and approving of the sale of certain assets 7.51 ACRE TRACT AND THE SAID NORTH any benefit in the estate. Provided, that claims
owned by the City related to the distribution of LINE OF THE SOUTH HALF (S/) SOUTH for injury of death caused by the negligence
natural gas including among other items gas HALF (SY) SOUTH (SZ) SOUTHEAST of the decedent shall be filed within six (6)
distribution lines and other facilities relating to QUARTER months from the date of the first publication
the gas plant (the “Gas Facilities”). The peti- COSCA ID:COW of the notice, or they shall forever be barred
tion is on file in the office of City clerk. (SEVA) SECTION 32; THENCE SOUTH O and precluded from any benefit in such estate.
The Council has fixed the 22 day of Septem- DEGREES 08 MINUTES EAST 302.8 FEET BILLY JOE WRIGHT 4421 WINDSOR DRIVE,
ber, 2020, at 6:30 o’clock at Marvell City Hall TO THE SAID SOUTH LINE OF THE 7.51 APT. 58 FORT SMITH, AR 72904
as the date, time and location for a hearing on ACRE TRACT; THENCE WEST 135.1 FEET PHILIP ALLEN Attorney for the Estate of
said petition to determine whether the signers ALONG THE SAID SOUTH LINE TO THE James Harold Wright, Deceased 116 South
of the petition constitute a majority in value, POINT OF BEGINNING, less and except 4th St., P.O. Box 2602 West Helena, AR
and owners of real property within the City that part thereof lying inside the right of way 72390
are advised and notified to be present at said of State Highway No. 1; also less and except
date, time and location so fixed. that part conveyed to Arkansas State Highway
______ Commission by Warranty Deed recorded in
Record Book 802, Page 892, official records
IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PHILLIPS of Phillips County, Arkansas.
COUNTY, ARKANSAS More commonly known as 8278 Hwy 49,
CIVIL DIVISION Poplar Grove AR 72374 and tax parcel #001-
LYNN STILLWELL 04495-001.
PHILLIPS COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK 620 Cheny street Said sale will be held at Ste
Southern Bancorp Bank 2010 Helena A Rof the date aforesaid, upon

4B — WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 Features The Helena World

The Helena World Features WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 — 5B

GUEST SPEAKER TEEN COURT

Anthony Gallo (standing), of Fort Lauderdale, FL, was a recent guest of Phillips Com- Phillips County’s Teen Court recently held its kickoff session at the DCC Main
munity College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA) cosmetology program instruc- Stage on Cherry Street where the group could follow CDC and Arkansas Depart-
tor Connie Johnston (R) and her students. Gallo, who works for Pretty in a Minute ment of Health social distancing guidelines. The group heard from speakers and
as a demonstrator of their products and an educator, spoke to the PCCUA students made its plans for the session. Dr. Sharon Anthony, owner of My Sweets Paradise
about the importance of professionalism. Contributed Photo Ice Cream Shop on Rightor, sponsors the organization. Contributed Photo

Rush was a doctor and Declaration of Independence signer

Kenneth Bridges Fascinated with science, he ship with Franklin from the public to support inde- beatings as punishments organizing the famous
began studying medicine their common interests in pendence and the Ameri- for criminals. His belief in westward expedition of
CONTRIBUTING WRITER under Dr. John Redmon, politics and science. The can Revolution. separating criminals from Meriwether Lewis and Wil-
one of the most prominent two often corresponded society led to the creation liam Clark, he consulted
Dr. Benjamin Rush was a physicians in Philadelphia. with each other, discuss- In 1776, as a member of of the first penitentiary in Rush. The medicines and
scientist, physician, reform- Redmon, impressed with ing scientific and medical the Continental Congress, Pennsylvania by 1790. medical equipment brought
er, and co-signer of the Dec- Rush’s talents, encouraged questions. One exchange he was one of the co-sign- by Lewis and Clark were
laration of Independence. him to go to Scotland to involved discussions on ers of the Declaration of He was also an early the result of Rush’s sugges-
His life would take him study at the University of how the common cold was Independence. In 1777, he advocate of more humane tions.
across the world and into Edinburgh, then one of the possibly caused by some became a surgeon-general conditions for the mentally
the pages of history. most respected medical unknown contagion rath- with the Continental Army. ill, prompting Pennsylvania Early physicians like Rush
schools in the world. er than simply cold air, He focused on preventative to build a special ward for often did not understand
Rush was born just out- decades before the germ medicine, a new approach mental patients. He also the nature or the cause
side Philadelphia on Christ- In 1766, Rush left for theory of disease gained meant to maintain health called for an early form of the diseases they were
mas Eve, 1745. He was Scotland. He received his wide acceptance in science. rather than wait for disease of occupational therapy attempting to treat. Rush
the fourth of seven children doctor of medicine degree to strike. However, with for these patients, believ- was among a generation of
born to a farmer and store- in Scotland in 1768 and By 1775, Rush had become few supplies available, it ing that while their minds physicians who attempted
keeper. When Rush was spent the next year travel- a member of the Conti- was difficult to maintain remained occupy, they to treat illness on the basis
five, his father died, leav- ing Europe, where he soon nental Congress as rela- the health of the troops. He could begin to heal. of scientific evidence. Even
ing his mother to run the became fluent in Spanish, tions with Britain reached clashed with other army so, he still made many mis-
store and raise the young German, and French. He the breaking point. While doctors, leading him to In 1793, he watched takes. He was a proponent
children on her own. Con- returned to America in 1769 Franklin served as a colo- resign in 1778. Philadelphia suffer under of “bleeding” patients to
cerned with the well-being and began practicing medi- nial lobbyist to the British a devastating yellow fever treat fever and various ill-
of her children, Rush and cine. He found the colo- Parliament, he encouraged While he was in Britain, epidemic. He treated as nesses, but many physicians
a brother were sent to live nies increasingly angered English writer Thomas he came to despise slavery many patients as he could were beginning to question
with an aunt and uncle at at actions by Britain and Paine to begin correspond- as he saw how poorly slaves with the little knowledge the wisdom of the practice.
age eight to further his edu- soon became caught in the ing with Rush and eventu- were treated aboard slave available at the time. He He also prescribed medica-
cation. excitement, openly criticiz- ally move to Philadelphia ships. He praised efforts to suspected that mosquitoes tions containing mercury,
ing British policies. In addi- as well. Later in 1775, Paine end slavery, even writing a played a role with the dis- a highly toxic substance,
He proved to be a very tion to his medical practice, began discussing the issue 1773 pamphlet condemning ease and convinced city which was one of the stan-
bright student and was he also became a professor of independence for the col- the practice. However, in officials to reroute a creek dard practices of the day.
very curious about the of chemistry at what would onies with Rush and how a bizarre contradiction, he in Philadelphia to minimize Nevertheless, he helped to
world. When he was barely become the University of to best convince the public came to own a slave and the impact of the pest. He push American medicine
a teenager, he began attend- Pennsylvania, which had to support the cause. These continued to own one while also established a free phar- forward.
ing the College of New Jer- been co-founded by fellow discussions helped Paine he joined the Pennsylvania macy for the poor of the
sey, which is now Princ- Philadelphia resident and write Common Sense, the Abolitionist Society in the city, an act that also saved Rush contracted typhoid
eton University, just across scientist Benjamin Franklin. influential pamphlet that 1780s. many lives. fever in the spring of 1813.
the Delaware River from ultimately swayed most of He died in April at the age
Philadelphia. By 1760, he Rush developed a friend- He railed against the In 1804, when President of 67.
had completed a bachelors death penalty and public Thomas Jefferson began
degree at the age of 14.

Woodruff Electric announces holiday greeting card contest

Contributed public or home school in nation of medium, which The winning artwork country. In addition to card.
the counties of Woodruff, in includes a drawing, design will be used for having his/her artwork Complete rules and
HELENA WORLD Cross, Monroe, St. Francis, crayons, watercolor, oil, the Official 2020 Woodruff featured on this year’s
Lee or Phillips or in the acrylic paint, pastel, chalk, Electric Holiday greet- Woodruff Electric holi- entry forms are available
Woodruff Electric town of Des Arc are eli- etc. The designs should be ing card. These cards are day card, the winning art- at any of the Woodruff
encourages elementary gible to participate. on an 8 1/2” x 11” paper mailed to friends of Wood- ist will receive a certifi- Electric’s office locations.
students (K through Fifth and in a horizontal (land- ruff Electric, Legislators, cate commemorating their The deadline to enter the
grade) to submit a holiday Students are allowed to scape) format. and businesses across the achievement and a gift contest is October 31st,
greeting card design. Stu- use any medium or combi- 2020
dents that attend a private,

Monroe and Phillips counties added Area students earn degrees, certificates
to federal disaster declaration from Arkansas State University

Contributed Arkansas, Bradley, Cleveland, Dallas, Contributed Kaylyn Lorraine Chandler, Associate of
Desha, Drew, Grant Jefferson, Lincoln Science, A.S. En Route
HELENA WORLD and Ouachita. HELENA WORLD
Celia B. Bonner, Associate of Applied
Monroe and Phillips counties have been Mayor Kevin Smith stated “This is great Nine Phillips County students earned Science, Occupational Therapy Assistant
added to the federal disaster declaration news for our City and means we are eli- degrees and certificates from Arkansas
from the severe storms and straight-line gible to be reimbursed for the significant State University that were awarded in Darla Nicole Gist, Specialist in Educa-
winds that occurred Easter Sunday, the expenses incurred by the City during the August commencement exercises. tion, Educational Leadership
Arkansas Division of Emergency Man- Easter Storm. I am grateful to FEMA and
agement recently announced. the State for adding us to the list, and to These students included: Ashia Nicole Mills, Specialist in Educa-
all those County and City employees who Jeannie Rutland, Specialist in Educa- tion, Reading
State and local government, and cer- helped us do the work to qualify. tion, Educational Leadership
tain nonprofit organizations, are eligi- Jenna Maxine Lynn, Doctor of Occupa- Anetra Dana Hamilton, Associate of
ble to request assistance for costs related If you have questions about this or tional Therapy, Occupational Therapy Applied Science in Nursing, Nursing
to recovery. This could include debris regarding individual assistance, FEMA Michael Cameron Hall, Bachelor of Sci-
removal, emergency protective measures and ADEM ask that you contact them by ence in Radiologic Science, Radiologic Thank you for reading this
and the restoration of public infrastruc- email at [email protected] Sciences, Magna Cum Laude; Certificate edition of the
ture. gov.” of Proficiency, Computed Tomography Helena World
Casey Hunter Arnold, Associate of Sci-
Previously designated counties were ence, A.S. En Route

6B — WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 Features The Helena World

Local daycare recognized as ‘Three-star’ provider by organization

Contributed administration, staff quali-

HELENA WORLD fications and professional

ASTATE/ABC Infant and developmental, learning
Toddlers at Central Campus environment, environmen-
in Helena has achieved the tal assessment and child
requirements to become a health and development.
3-star provider, while also “Research shows that the
maintaining the require- early months and years fol-
ments of a 1 and 2-star pro- lowing birth really do mat-
vider. A 3-star rating is the ter, that maximum brain
highest level a Better Begin- development happens dur-
nings provider can receive ing the first five years of life
and signifies the best qual- – before children are ‘offi-
ity of child care in Arkansas. cially’ in school. We want
When rating a 3-star facility, children to have a better
Better Beginnings focuses beginning to their educa-
on five quality components: tion,” said Tonya Williams, Director, Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Through a high-quality with information and child
Education. learning environment, chil- care that help children expe-
Better Beginnings pro- dren develop social and rience a safe, happy and
CIVIC EXPO HELD SEPT. 10 vides curriculum based academic skills that lead to healthy childhood. For
on the early learning and school success. more information on Better,
development guidelines: Better Beginnings con- visit ARBetterBeginnings.
math, science and literacy. nects Arkansas families com or call 1-501-682-8590.

On Thursday, September 10, the Phillips County Chamber Of Commerce held a Civic
Expo at its office on Hickory Hill Drive. Volunteers were on hand to assist citizens in
filling out census forms, registering to vote, or to help with any other voting or cen-
sus questions. Volunteers included Julie Goings Strayhorn, Philly Rains, and Sarah
Melby. More Civic Expos are planned in the future, including one in Marvel in the
future. Photo Credit: Philly Rains

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 — 1C

T-Birds take 66-8 win over WMC to remain unbeaten

Andrew Bagley 22-0 just minutes into the to Adrian Garcia for anoth-
game. er touchdown as the clock
HELENA WORLD wound down. Kendrick
The Thunderbirds scored added a two-point conver-
The Desoto Thunderbirds two more times before the sion after the touchdown
(4-0) forced three turnovers first period ended. Nash Von pass to set the final margin
and converted them into 22 Kanel scored on a 35-yard of victory.
quick points on the way to run followed by an unsuc- Desoto Coach Sam Pear-
a 66-8 blowout victory over cessful two-point try. Then son was pleased saying, “We
the Black Knights of West Gibson Pillow scored on a had a good night. Everyone
Memphis Christian. 33-yard run. Pillow hit Kel- got a lot of playing time.
lous Boyd for the two-point No one got hurt and a lot
Garrett Green set the tone conversion to make it 36-0 at of young players got some
on the game’s opening pos- the end of the first quarter. good experience.”
session when he intercepted Von Kanel led the stat
an errant Black Knight pass The clock ran nonstop sheet with two touchdowns
and returned it 45 yards to the rest of the game. Eli- on 4-8 passing for 55 yards
set up a 3-yard touchdown jah Clearly scored the only and two touchdowns rush-
run by Cy Pearson. Will touchdown of the second ing on 3 carries for 106 yards.
Whaley ran in the two-point quarter when he caught Up next for the Thunder-
conversion to put the T-Birds a 24-yard pass from Von birds is Delta Streets Acad-
in front 8-0. Kanel. Von Kanel then hit emy out of Greenwood,
Carson Milano for the two- Mississippi. According to
On the ensuing possession, point conversion to make it Pearson, Delta Streets picked
Green grabbed another West 44-0 at the intermission. up eight players when the
Memphis Christian pass. Greenwood-Leflore County
Will Whaley then scored on Pillow got Desoto’s only Consolidated School District
a 10-yard run and got the score of the third quarter on decided not to play football
call again for the two-point a 55-yard run with a two- this fall due to COVID-19.
conversion to put Desoto in point conversion run by Delta Streets is now ranked
front by 16. Nate Kendrick. West Mem- #2 in Class AA of the Mid- Desoto’s Will Whaley looks for a running lane as a West Memphis Christian defender
phis Christian would finally South Association of Inde- bears down on him in Desoto’s 66-8 blowout win over the Black Knights on the
Then, West Memphis score late in the quarter to pendent Schools. Desoto is road. The T-Birds will put their undefeated record on the line against Delta Streets
Christian turned to the run make it 52-8 headed into the ranked #3 in Class A. Academy on Friday at Sam Howe Field. Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. Contributed photo
and fumbled the football. final stanza.
Matthew Dunigan scooped
it up and ran ten yards for Von Kanel would score
the score. The try for two on a 51-yard run and pass
failed, but Desoto was up

Suiting 18 players, Barton gets dropped by Des Arc 52-18

Andrew Bagley ran in the two-point con-
version and led 8-6. Des
HELENA WORLD Arc would never trail
again.
The Barton Bears (0-2), Barton took the ensuing
with only 18 players on possession down to the
the sideline due to injury Des Arc 17-yard line, but
and illness, took an early on 4th and 4 the Eagles
lead just over a minute stuff the Bears and took
into its game against Des over on downs. Sev-
Arc (2-0) but couldn’t stop en plays later, Des Arch
the Eagles on the way to scored on a 7-yard touch-
52-18 loss at Frank McClel- down run to cap off an
lan Field in Partners Bank 82-yard drive. After two
Stadium. Eagle penalties on the two-
point conversion, Des Arc
Barton’s Harley Wright converted the two-point
got the Bears on the board try from the 23-yard line
early when he took the sec- to make the score 16-6 with
ond play of the game 71 2:25 remaining in the first
yards for a touchdown on quarter.
a 2nd and 23. The Bears The defenses stiffened in
couldn’t get the two-point the second quarter. Barton
conversion and Barton led drove 78-yards to the Des
the fourth-ranked team in Arc 7-yard line. Facing a
Class 2A 6-0 with 10:49 to 4th and 5, the Bears went
go in the first quarter. for it and came up one-
yard short. It would prove Barton’s Harley Wright lunges forward to cap off a big run into the red zone Friday night against the Class 2A #4
The lead would last for Des Arc Eagles. Barton took an early lead but Des Arc took control in the second half. The Bears travel to Cross
four seconds. Des Arc
scooped up the onside kick Please see BEARS on 4C County this Friday. Photo credit: Kasey Smith
on Barton’s artificial sur-
face and raced straight to
the end zone. The Eagles

Marvell Academy gets easy 40-0 win over Columbus Christian

Andrew Bagley Marvell Academy running back Samuel Hall races down the sideline for a big gain emy led 12-0 with 1:12 to er when he scored on a
in Friday’s 40-0 victory over Columbus Christian Academy. The Eagles will be put go in the first period. 12-yard run. The try for
HELENA WORLD their undefeated home record on the line Friday night against Sharkey-Issaquena two failed, leaving the
Academy. Kickoff at Fletcher Field is 7:00 pm. Photo Credit: Terri Hall The Eagles got the score 34-0 at the end of
Coming off a grueling only points of the sec- the third quarter.
pair of road games against ond period when Brady
ranked teams, the Mar- Warren broke free for a Hunter Hayes scored
vell Academy Eagles (2-2) 34-yard touchdown run the game’s final points on
returned to the friendly with 7:33 to go in the first a 47-yard run with 1:21
confines of Fletcher Field half. Simpson hit Harri- left to put the finishing
and cruised to a 40-0 son Hindsley for the two- touches on the win.
victory over Columbus point conversion and MA
Christian Academy. took a 20-0 lead into the Marvell Coach Ben Dur-
locker room at the inter- ham was pleased after the
The Eagles got off to mission. victory saying, “It was
a fast start, taking the great to get back to Fletch-
ball right down the field Marvell Academy kept er Field and get a much
to open the scoring on a its foot on the gas in the needed win.”
32-yard touchdown run second half. Brady War-
by Connor Simpson with ren came out of the locker The Eagles had 334
4:56 to go in the opening room and broke another yards on the ground. Hall
period. The two-point long run for a touchdown. led the way with 117 yards
conversion failed and MA His 33-yard run followed on 10 carries. Warren fol-
led 6-0. by another Simpson to lowed with 71 yards and
Hindsley pass on the two- two touchdowns on three
After holding CCA on point conversion put MA carries. Travis had 68
the ensuing possession, up 28-0 with 6:53 to go in yards and a touchdown
Simpson dropped back to the third. on seven carries. Hayes
pass and found Samuel added 54 yards and one
Hall down the field for a Reese Travis added to touchdown on three car-
24-yard scoring reception. that advantage later just ries. Simpson was 4-6
The two-point try failed over two minutes lat-
again and Marvell Acad- Please see MA on 4C

2C — WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 Sports The Helena World

Marvell takes 42-6 hit from Palestine-Wheatley in 2020 opener

Fred Conley

CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Taking the field with just 15 roster players, the Marvell Quarterback Trestan Williams drops back to pass in Friday’s loss to the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots. The Mus-
Marvell Mustangs faced a steep, uphill battle tangs travel to Baptist Prep on Friday. Photo Credit: Fred Conley
Friday in their season opening game at Palestine-
Wheatley.

Facing poor field position most of the game
and suffering four turnovers, all of which led to
Palestine-Wheatley touchdowns, the Mustangs,
using a duel quarterback system and a full house
backfield most of the time, fell behind quickly
and couldn’t recover in a 42-6 loss.

Palestine-Wheatley’s overall game effort by
against the Mustangs wasn’t the best of the young
season, but it was good enough for their first win
of the season which ended the Patriots’ 12-game
losing streak dating back to the 2018 season.

Palestine-Wheatley, with just a 25-man roster,
opened the year with a 43-6 loss to Des Arc and a
28-27 loss last week to Marked Tree.

Palestine-Wheatley’s 42-point outburst marked
the third time the team has scored 42 points over
the past two seasons. The Patriots scored 42
points during the 2018 season in wins over Clar-
endon and Pine Bluff Dollarway.

Marvell’s lone touchdown came on a 61-yard
kickoff return late in the first half by Jashawn
Johnson, which cut the Patriot lead to 19-6 at the
half after the Mustangs failed on the two-point
attempt.

P-W opened a quick 7-0 lead with just over 8
minutes remaining in the first quarter on a short
run by Kyle Wright and the extra point kick by
Hector Velez.

MA Lady Eagles earn 7-6 win over Tunica Academy in softball

Terri Ann Hall During the 7th inning,
the Lady Blue Devils were
CONTRIBUTING WRITER unable to score, and the
Lady Eagles saw their
The Marvell Academy opportunity. With a single
Lady Eagles won 7-6 at run, they were able to tie
their home field over the the game with a 5-5 score.
Tunica Academy Lady Blue The game then advanced
Devils. into overtime. The suspense
carried into the 8th inning,
At the end of the 1st where both teams scored a
inning, the score was 2-1 single run and finishing the
with the Lady Eagles in the inning 6-6. The Lady Blue
lead. With both teams put- Devils were unsuccessful
ting forth their full efforts, in scoring the 9th inning.
the score did not change Then things fell into place
during the 2nd inning and for the Lady Eagles. Junior
the Lady Eagles remained Kinley Swindle laid down
in the lead. a perfect bunt, and Junior
Kennedy Kilpatrick scored
The Lady Blue Devils the winning run.
were able to score and have
a tie in the 3rd inning with Senior Pitcher Allie War-
2-2 on the scoreboard. The ren had six strike outs.
end of the 4th inning, the Over half the team was 2
score was still tied. for 4 at the plate or better.
Stat Keeper Tasha War-
Both teams were able to ren stated, “It was a tough
put their bats on the ball game and both teams Junior Kinley Swindle bunts on the final play of the game and Junior Kennedy Kilpatrick scores the winning run.
during the 5th inning which played hard.” Photo Submitted
resulted in Tunica taking a
narrow lead. The score of
5-4 remained through the
end of the 6th inning.

WINNING TEAM Pittman maintains optimism going
into SEC football season
Claudia Pittman, daughter of Holt and Dana Pittman, is the 2020 Buckaroo Horse-
manship State Champion. Dream on Jerry is the name of the horse, and he is a 9 year Nate Allen in this together mode even before COVID
old quarter horse owned by Jerry and Suzie Fuller. Claudia is trained by Jerry Fuller cancelled spring ball in mid March.
and Katherine Thompson. She was 3rd place in Buckaroo Western pleasure also on CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Dream on Jerry. Claudia was also reserve state champion in Buckaroo barrels with a “One of the first things he said to our
15.996 on Sparkling Lady Perks. Contributed Photo Coaches begin every football season tell- team once we started, is it’s going to take
ing every player how much he means to everybody to get this done,” Odom said.
the team while those on the back bench “It’s going to take every single person in
quietly disbelieve they mean it. This COV- this room, and that’s before any of this
ID-19 coronavirus year they do. even hit.”

New Arkansas Coach Sam Pittman Effects from the virus, with players on
drove that point home in Friday’s annual college teams in and out of practice either
Razorbacks Kickoff Luncheon, a luncheon because of COVID-19 symptoms or con-
without food held virtually on Zoom tact tracing showing they’ve had contact
because of COVID-19. with others tested positive, underscores,
“you never know how Plan A is going to
College teams practice knowing they be, so get Plan B and Plan C ready,” Odom
can be a day away from an outbreak that said.
could quarantine your top players of any
position group. Maybe D and E, too.
“As we’ve been through the virus and
“I think this year more than any gives an how that’s adjusted our practice sched-
opportunity for a young man that might ules you always have a plan,” Odom
be a third-team guy to go ‘Hey, you know, said, “Whatever you are on the depth
coming up Saturday I may be on the first chart, you’ve got to prepare like you’re the
team,” Pittman said Friday responding to starter.”
emcee Chuck Barrett. “So I think more Briles said walk-ons more than ever are
than ever you’re maintaining the attention appreciated.
of all the fellas at all different levels on the “We’re blessed to have a lot of guys
depth chart. Obviously if you’re maintain- that paying their own way to go to school
ing attention you’re obviously going to here,” Odom said. “because those guys
have a chance to be a better football team.” are extremely valuable to be able to get
through practices, to run and do the things
Defensive coordinator Barry Odom and that you need to do on a daily basis once
offensive coordinator Kendal Briles, also you get into scout teams and all those sorts
part of Friday’s program, said Pittman of things. We’re going to need every single
had pulled this team coming off consecu- player on this team.”
tively dreadful 2-10, 2-10 overall/0-8, 0-8
SEC campaigns under the previous Chad
Morris regime into an everybody better be

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Phillips County Farm Bureau Players of the Week named

By Terri Ann Hall Player of the Week was catch for his three attempts
Jordan Covington. He for 15 yards. He had 8 car-
CONTRIBUTING WRITER caught 2 touchdowns in ries for 107 yards and 3
the game against the Earle touchdowns.
Phillips County Farm Bulldogs.
Bureau continued to rec- DeSoto Head Foot-
ognize local football Play- The Barton Player of the ball Coach Sam Pearson
ers of the Week. This week Week was Hykeem Han- stated, “Gibson caught 3
they added players from cock for his performance passes for 52 yards, had
Central and Barton High in the game against the two touchdowns and
Schools who each played Clarendon Lions. scored on a 2-point con-
their first game of the sea- version while continuing
son the previous week. In the Marvell Academy to play solid defense from
The Player of the Week is vs DeSoto School game, his strong backer position.
selected by the team coach the players of the week He is one of our leaders
and is presented with a were Junior Connor Simp- in the weight room and in
commemorative football son of Marvell Academy the classroom. We are so
by a Phillips County Farm and Junior Gibson Pillow proud of Gibson…he is a
Bureau Agent. of DeSoto School. On true T-Bird!”
passing, Simpson had one
The Central High School

BEARS

to be a pivotal moment in the opening possession of a score on their next posses- 52-12. last week and with injuries Barton had 351 yards in
the game. the third quarter 51-yard on sion. Jordan Thomas scored The Bears scored the and a few other factors, we total offense. Harley Wright
With Barton emotion- six plays. The Eagles scored on a 10-yard run to cap off game’s final points when only dressed 18 against Des led the Bears with 168 yards
ally deflated, Des Arc went on a 27-yard run and got the an 8-play, 55-yard drive. Thomas hit Hykeem Han- Arc. Our guys battled and and a touchdown on 20 car-
97 yards on five plays. It two-point conversion to go The try for two failed and cock for a 77 yard touch- battled and left it all on the ries. Jordan Thomas had 10
took the Eagles just 92 sec- up 30-6 with 10:02 left in the the Bears were down 36-12 down with 11:32 to go in field.” carries for 48 yards and a
onds and they hit pay dirt period. with 4:12 to go in the third. the game. The Bears again Burkhead was pleased touchdown as well. Wright
on a 31-yard run with 1:02 After stuffing Barton on But Des Arc would score failed to convert the two- with the progress from was also 6-10 passing for
remaining in the first half. four plays, the Eagles went twice before the end of the point attempt, leaving the the offense in its first sea- 115 yards.
The try for two failed and 52 yards on two plays. quarter on a 2-yard run with final score at 52-18. son in the Spread, which The Bears will travel to
the Bears trailed 22-6 at the With 7:00 left, Des Arc got 2:54 and a 70-yard run with Barton Coach Paul Burk- racked up over 300 yards Cherry Valley next week to
intermission. a 54-yard run on 2nd and 12 0:53 left. The mercy rule head praised the effort of the in offense Friday. He said, take on the Cross County
The second half belonged to make it 36-6. was in effect for the fourth team despite the loss. He “We improved by leaps and Thunderbirds in the final
to the Eagles. Des Arc took Barton tried to rally with quarter with the Eagles up said, “We dressed 25 kids bounds over the past week.” non-conference matchup.

MA

passing for 63 yards. had three tackles each. Durham said,
Durham credited the offensive line “A shutout in 8-man football is a big
for the dominating performance on the deal. I was proud that our kids played
ground. He said, “We really did a great physical and hopefully this momentum
job up front. We had a hard week of prac- will carry us through the middle part of
tice and the line came out and showed the schedule.
it. Jake Burrow and Cole Caldwell had The Eagles will face Sharkey-Issaque-
some great blocks. Samuel Hall and na Academy (3-1) on Friday at 7:00 at
Reese Travis ran the ball hard and it was Fletcher Field.
great to see Brady Warren break lose for
some big touchdown runs.”
Defensively, Hall led the way with Thank you for reading this edition of
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