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Johnson Henry Funeral Home If No Answer Call
305 East Ash Street
Arlington , SD 57212
(605) 847-4300
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Johnson Henry Funeral Home If No Answer Call
305 East Ash Street
Arlington , SD 57212
(605) 983-5511
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UT Arlington President James D. Spaniolo Announces Retirement - Sacramento Bee

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
ARLINGTON, Texas, June 18, 2012 -- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- President James D. Spaniolo announced today that he will retire from The University of Texas at Arlington, saying he will continue to lead the University until The University of Texas System Board of Regents completes a search for his successor.  To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click http://www.prnewsw...

Rangers rally past Astros with 7-run 6th inning - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
ARLINGTON, Texas — Ian Kinsler had a three-run triple and Adrian Beltre hit a two-run homer in a seven-run sixth inning, lifting the Texas Rangers to a 9-3 victory over the Houston Astros on Sunday. Colby Lewis (6-5) gave up three hits and walked one while striking out 10 in seven innings to win his second straight decision. The Rangers won for the fifth time in six games after limping into June a...

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

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Adrian Beltre, right, jumps after missing the tag as Colorado Rockies' Jonathan Herrera safely steals third base during the first inning of an interleague baseball game on Saturday, June 23, 2012, in Arlington, Texas. Tim Sharp — AP Photo ARLINGTON, Texas — The Texas Rangers don't lose much these days. When they do, the games can get downright ugly. Colby Lewis had his worst and shortest start of the season, Michael Kirkman...

Janet Bergum, Arlington Ladies volunteer - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Janet Bergum, 87, a past volunteer with the Arlington Ladies, a society of women who assist families during burials at Arlington National Cemetery, died May 27 at the Falcons Landing senior living facility in Potomac Falls. She had complications from Parkinson’s disease, her daughter Karen B. Lanning said. Mrs. Bergum volunteered with the Arlington Ladies for about eight years in the 1960s and ’70s and served as chairwoman for a period. Sh...

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

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

Guitar picking master Doc Watson dies at 89 -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Watson told the AP in 2000. “I’m awful glad she cared about me, and I’m awful glad she married me.” In a PBS NewsHour interview before a January appearance in Arlington, Va., Watson recalled his father teaching him how to play harmonica to a tune his parents had sung in church, as well as his first bus trip to New York City to perform in the early 1960s. He gave an early solo performance at Gerde’s Folk City in Greenwich Village, a hot spot for the folk music revival, and later played Carnegie Hall. Telling the stories in a folksy manner, he broke into a quiet laugh at various points. He said he still enjoyed touring. “I love music and love a good audience and still have to make a living,” Watson said. “Why would I quit?” Musician Sam Bush, who has performed at every Merlefest, began touring with Doc and Merle Watson in 1974, occasionally substituting for Merle when he couldn’t travel. “I would sit next to Doc, and I would be influenced by his incredible timing and taste,” Bush said after Watson’s recent surgery. “He seems to always know what notes to play. They’re always the perfect notes. He helped me learn the space between the notes (are) as valuable as the ones you play.” Bush said he was also intimidated when he began playing with the man he calls “the godfather of all flatpickers.” “But Doc puts you at ease about that kind of stuff,” Bush said. “I never met a more generous kind of musician. He is more about the musical communication than showing off with hot licks.” His blindness didn’t hold him back musically or at home. Joe Newberry, a musician and spokesman for the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, remembered once when his wife called the Watson home. Rosa Lee Watson said her husband was on the roof, replacing shingles. His daughter Nancy Watson said her father built the family’s utility shed. Guitarist Pete Huttlinger of Nashville, Tenn., said Doc Watson made every song his own, regardless of its age. “He’s one of those lucky guys,” said Huttlinger, who studied Watson’s methods when he first picked up a guitar. “When he plays something, he puts his stamp on it — it’s Doc Watson.” He changed folk music forever by adapting fiddle tunes to guitar at amazing tempos, Huttlinger said. “And people all over the place were trying to figure out how to do this,” he said. “But Doc, he set the bar for everyone. He said, ‘This is how it goes.’ And people have been trying for years to match that. “He took it (the guitar) out of the background and brought it up front as a melody instrument. We’re no longer at the back of the class. He gave the front to us.” Wayne Martin, executive director of the North Carolina Arts Council, said recently that Watson took southern Appalachian forms of music such as balladry, old-time string music and bluegrass, and made them accessible. “He takes old music and puts his own creativity on it,” Martin...

Bob Dearth — Monroe, Wis.

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bob Dearth of Monroe, Wis., 79, passed away Friday, June 15, 2012. He was born in rural Darlington, Wis., on Jan. 1, 1933.He graduated from Monroe High School in 1950, and on Dec.1, 1956, he married Shirley Hornbeck at St. Victor’s church. She survives him. Bob had four children: Laura Huston, Sandra (Walt) Rufener, Roger Dearth of Rochester, and Linda (Kevin) Palmer, along with five grandchildren.He enjoyed a lifetime in the automobile business and the Dearth “family” extended to the... (Post Bulletin)

Alexandria and Arlington community events, June 21-28, 2012 - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Greg Embree. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursdays and Monday, 1-9 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays, through July 3, Cherrydale Library, 2190 Military Rd., Arlington. Free. 703-228-6330. Rosslyn farmers market, jelly, herbs, vegetables, fruit, pastries, bread and more, sponsored by Rosslyn Business Improvement District. 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; concert by Buster Brown and the Get Down, 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., North Oak Street and Wilson Boulevard, Arlington. 703-522-6628 or “Art on the Edge,” all-media art by Washington area artists. Noon-6 p.m. Thursday and Sunday, noon-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Del Ray Artisans, Nicholas A. Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria. Free. 703-838-4827 or Artomatic festival, participation by more than 1,000 artists (visual, music, film, fashion and other genres) on 10 floors of a building; plus workshops, seminars and tours. Noon-10 p.m. Thursday, noon-1 a.m. Friday-Saturday, Vornado/Charles E. Smith’s, 1851 S. Bell St., Arlington. Free. 703-412-9430. “Native Ground” photographs, by Robert MacDonald. Noon-4 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, 1-4 p.m. Saturdays, through Aug. 5. Reception, 4-6 p.m. Sunday, the Athenaeum, 201 S. Prince St., Alexandria. Free. 703-548-0035 or Arlington Central Library plant clinic, gardening questions answered by Virginia Cooperative Extension master gardeners. 6:45-8:45 p.m. Thursdays, Arlington Central Library, 1015 N. Quincy St. Free. 703-228-6414. “Happy Endings” dance performance, by Jane Franklin Dance, dancers manipulate a kinetic sculpture under the Beatley Library rotunda, spon...

Geraldine (Jeanne) Rose Mahaffy - St. George Daily Spectrum

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Lake Stevens High School. After high school, she met and married Leon P. Johnson. They lived for a short time in California and then moved to a four acre farm in Arlington, WA. Two children, Jeffery and Juliann, were born in the early 1960's. The marriage ended in a divorce in the late 1970's. Jeanne then met Lorrence (Larry) A. Mahaffy, Jr., her best friend and supporter for the rest of her life. They were married in Tacoma, WA on June 25, 1982. In June 1984, Larry and Jeanne moved to Jamul, CA near San Diego. They remained there for twenty years working for various employers. Jeanne's specialty was bookkeeping. Simultaneously they turned a three acre country "fixer-upper" into a personal resort. Jeanne was thoroughly happy growing flowers (especially orchids), cactus of many varieties and sizes, and a select array of cycads and trees. She was especially thrilled with her palm tree surrounded swimming pool and jacuzzi with a Pacific Ocean view. In early 2004, Larry and Jeanne retired, sold the "resort", and mov...

Bobbie Vern Little Coslin - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Brooks Army General Hospital in San Antonio when she was one and a half years old.She graduated from Marlin High School and went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington.  After working in several facilities, Bobbie retired  as a Registered Nurse from the Terrell State Hospital.  Bobbie was baptized at the Sanders Creek Baptist Church and remained a Baptist throughout her life.  Her life was her kids and grandkids.Bobbie was preceded in death by her father.Those left to cherish her memory include her mother, Tommye Little of Marlin, her children, Darrell Coslin of Rockwall, Deneen Bushman of Ennis and Darren Coslin of Ennis, Grandchildren, DanielleCoslin of Rockwall, Drew Byron Coslin of Rockwall, Hunter Lee Coslin of Ennis, Aryam Coslin of Ennis, Addison Coslin of Ennis, Amanda Burchette of Marble Falls and Matthew Moseng of Indianapolis, IN, Brothers, Gerald Little of Riesel, Wendell Little of Kosse and sister, Karen Meyer of Marlin.Please visit to sign the guest book or to leave a memorial message for her family. Posted by publisher on F...

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