April 11, 2007 EditionAlso in this issue...
Rebecca Gill of Gepp is the daughter of Joey Gill of Walnut Ridge and Marcia Gill of Gepp.
Grandparents are Jerry and Shirley Gill of Portia and Ray and Tommie Jean Robertson of Black Rock.
She is the great-granddaughter of Loreta Robertson of Black Rock.
A personal look
at Arkansas life
during Civil War
My knowledge of the Civil War is minimal, and I knew even less about how Arkansas was affected by the war. However, thanks to Samuel R. Phillips, I now know more.
He has shared a copy of the book that he edited. It is titled, "Loyalties Divided: The Journal of Young Mary Adelia Byers," Civil War Years 1862-1865 Batesville, Arkansas. Mary was his great-grandmother.
Dealing with disappointment
We recently went to the doctor for our second ultrasound and the long-anticipated answer to the question: "boy or girl?"
I think that since our son, Conley, was so convinced that the baby was going to be a girl, I already had that mindset, as well.
Unity is the key
When I was asked to be a guest writer on behalf of the Lawrence County Chamber, my first thought was: What can I say which has not been said? After a few days of deliberation, I began to reflect on my own past experiences in the community, as well as looking to the future.
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