Time stands still with Obagi skin treatment

Posted by | October 31, 2002 12:00 am

Kim Swindell Wood
Mother Nature is supposed to represent images of love and beauty, with awesome wonders of magnificence on display as part of “her” handiwork. However, “she” can sometimes be merciless when age creeps in and begins to take a toll on youthful appearances. Finally, an answer to the dilemma has been found, and Dr. John and Valorie McCauley can help solve the problem with a line of skin care treatment called Obagi.
According the Dr. McCauley, the Nu-Derm system by Obagi Skin Care is a prescription treatment for the skin. “This product is unequal to any other skin care treatment,” he said. “It’s not like that … CONTINUED

Ramon Garry Emery

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Ramon Garry Emery, 52, of Huntington, Ind., passed away Oct. 25, 2002, at Parkview Huntington Hospital.
Emery was born Jan. 23, 1950, in Cookeville, to Ramon C. Emery and Mary Ella Robinson Emery.
He served in the U.S. Army in Viet Nam and was also a member of the Indiana National Guard. He was a 1968 graduate of Monterey High School and had been a warehouse supervisor with Isolatek International for 20 years.
Emery was preceded in death by his father.
Survivors include his mother, Mary Ella Robinson Emery of Monterey; companion, Daveanne Spangle of Huntington, Ind.; two sons, Ramon Kyle Emery or Arville, Ind. and Kevin Ray … CONTINUED

Mary Ruth Hayes

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Mary Ruth Hayes, 86, of Spencer, passed away Oct. 26, 2002, at NHC Healthcare of Sparta.
Hayes was born Aug. 31, 1916, in Rhea County, to William Robert Bell and Sarah Etta Smith Bell.
She was of the Baptist denomination and retired from Spencer Shirt Factory.
Hayes was preceded in death by one son, Gary Hayes and one grandson, Brian Anderson.
Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law, David E. and Sue Hayes of Grandview; one daughter, Judy Anderson of Spencer; one granddaughter and her husband, Sheri and Todd Garrett of McMinnville; one grandson and his wife, David and Lee Ann James of Spring City; one great grandson, John … CONTINUED

Macie Mae Johnson

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Macie Mae Johnson, 83, of Sparta, passed away Oct. 27, 2002.
Johnson was born Aug. 25, 1919, in White County, to Jessie Shadrick Clemons and Bessie Lue Cooley Clemons.
She had been employed at the local shirt factory.
Johnson was preceded in death by her parents.
Survivors include her husband, Richard Johnson of Sparta; one son, Jackie Johnson of Sparta; two sisters, Edith Brown of Sparta and Jewel Haley of Doyle; three brothers, Carl Clemons of Ohio and Jesse Clemons and Willie Clemons both of Sparta; one granddaughter, Janet Pastorick of North Carolina; and one great granddaughter, Journey Pastorick of North Carolina.
Services will be held at 2 … CONTINUED

Russell Ernest Dodson

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Russell Ernest Dodson, 42, of Sparta, passed away Oct. 25, 2002, at White County Community Hospital.
Dodson was born Sept. 7, 1959, in Milwaukee, Wis., to Ernest Joe “E.J.” Dodson and Peggy Miller Smith.
He had been an machine operator for Red Kap.
Dodson was preceded in death by his father; grandparents, Lonnie and Dollie Dodson and Euclid and Edith Miller.
Survivors include his wife, Jennifer Dodson of Sparta; one son, Rusty James Dodson of Sparta; one daughter, Brandie Nicole Dodson of Sparta; mother and step father, Peggy and Jim Smith; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Melissa and Boyce Teeples and Cheryl and Ricky Lack all of Sparta; one … CONTINUED

Thelma Jean Smith

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Thelma Jean Smith, 61, of Cookeville, passed away Oct. 25, 2002, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center.
Smith was born Aug. 29, 1941, in White County, to Verble Sherrell and Blanche Elizabeth Cason
Sherrell of Algood.
She was a member of Scott Avenue Baptist Church and had been a machinist at Flowserve.
Survivors include her mother, Blanche Sherrell of Algood; husband, Ernest Smith of Cookeville; three sons and daughters-in-law, Tim and Melody Smith of Cookeville and Jeff and Amy
Smith and Robin and Leslie Smith all of Knoxville; two daughters, Lisa Whitehead and Jacki Smith both of Cookeville; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Glen and Ruth Sherrell and Solon and … CONTINUED

Edgar Grant “Red” Pistole

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Edgar Grant “Red” Pistole, 67, of Winchester, passed away Oct. 24, 2002, at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville.
Pistole was born in White County.
He had been a minister with the Church of Christ denomination.
Pistole was preceded in death by one daughter, Elizabeth Faye Pistole and two brothers, Edward Pistole and Abie Pistole.
Survivors include his wife, Frances Elizabeth Cowan Pistole of Winchester; one daughter, Sharon Russell of Chicago, Ill.; one son, Leon Lynn Pistole of Defiance, Ohio; two sisters, Margaret Henry of Buffalo Valley and Mary Ellen Hernalsteen of Ubly, Mich.; two brothers, Ervin Dares Pistole of Loudon and Richard Carlen Pistole of Luthersville, Ga.; and … CONTINUED

The Clock Shop’s distinctive gifts, with a tick

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Dawn Bailey
If someone is looking for a unique gift item, with a little tick, they will surely find a wide variety of antique and new style clocks at the Clock Shop, located at 7-C Cook Street, at the Sparta Shopping Center.
The Clock Shop has been open for 13 years at its present location and is owned by Kenneth Pippin. Pippin is a native White Countian and his business has been an asset to White County and the Upper Cumberland. When Pippin opened the shop, he knew the business would be a clock and gift specialty shop with antiques. He said, “Each year the antique clocks have … CONTINUED

Commission delays selection of judicial commissioners

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Kim Swindell Wood
Controversy among county commissioners has resulted in a one-month delay of selecting two judicial commissioners for the upcoming term.
Judicial commissioners for White County are appointed on a yearly basis. In the October county commission meeting each year, two recommendations to fill the positions are made to the full court. However, this October’s commission meeting saw the delay of hiring the warrant writers until the November meeting, which is past the official take-over date for the new positions.
Judicial commissioners’ terms begin November 1, but Terry Alley, chairman of the selection committee, requested more time to evaluate and implement new guidelines and procedures for the … CONTINUED

Governor candidates speak candidly

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Kim Swindell Wood
With only eight days until the November 5th election, Tennesseeans are carefully monitoring each contested race with anticipation. Polls indicate Democratic candidate Phil Bredesen and Republican candidate Van Hilleary are in a dead heat for the top office in the state.
Interviews with U.S. Congressional candidates, Janice Bowling, Republican, and Lincoln Davis, Democrat, and State Senatorial candidates, Paul Bailey, Republican, and Charlotte Burks, Democrat, will be published in Thursday’s edition of The Expositor.
In recent telephone interviews with both gubernatorial candidates, The Expositor presented the two men with the same list of 10 questions, which related to pertinent issues. The following is a list of … CONTINUED

Search for missing man continues

Posted by | October 28, 2002 12:00 am

Dawn Bailey
Several rescue teams pulled together in search of a White County man, David Lee Young, over the weekend. According to authorities, Young is in his 40’s and allegedly went to harvest Ginseng in the Johnson’s Chapel area, on Tuesday, and has not been seen since.
Authorities said Young did not return home on Wednesday, and his boat and truck were found at Johnson’s Chapel boat dock. Members of the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department are investigating.
The DeKalb County Rescue Squad began a search on Wednesday and after several days of tiring efforts,
they requested assistance from the Sparta-White County Rescue Squad and Putnam County Rescue Squad … CONTINUED

William Earl “Billy” Welch Jr.

Posted by | October 24, 2002 12:00 am

William Earl “Billy” Welch Jr., 38, of Sparta, passed away Oct. 19, 2002, at
White County Community Hospital.
Welch was born Dec. 18, 1963, in Ravenna, Ohio, to William Earl Welch Sr. and Patricia Diamond Smith.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, James Welch.
Survivors include his wife, Jean Welch of Sparta; one daughter, Elana Welch; one step son, Raymond Morgan of Sparta; mother, Patsy Smith of Sparta; father, William Earl “Bill” Welch Sr. of Sparta; two brothers, Paul Welch and Bret Welch both of Sparta; two sisters, Judy Myers and Becky Welch both of Sparta; and grandmother, Frances Welch of Sparta.
Services were held at … CONTINUED

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