Mary Frances Harpole Oct. 23, 2012 Services for Mary Frances Harpole, 86, of Charleston were Oct. 25, 2012, at First Baptist Church of Charleston. Burial was in Shady Grove Methodist Cemetery near Eupora.

She was a former home economist with the Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service. Mrs. Harpole was a member of First Baptist Church of Charleston and the Charleston Garden Club. She died Oct. 23, 2012, in Oxford.

Survivors include one niece and two nephews.

Newsom Funeral Home of Charles was in charge of arrangements.

Arthur Milton Sisk

Arthur Milton Sisk, 77, passed away on October 29, 2012 at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, MS. He was a retired shipping supervisor with Babcock and Wilcox for 44 years. Mr. Sisk was also a member of First Baptist Church in Mathiston, MS.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert Lewis Sisk and Edna Dunaway Sisk.

He is survived by his wife, Mary Elner Sisk of Mathiston, MS; son, Robert Charles Sisk (Sonya) of Huntsville, AL; and two grandchildren, Ashley Marie Sisk and Robert Haden Sisk, both of Huntsville, AL.

Visitation for Mr. Sisk was scheduled for Wednesday, October 31, 2012 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at Welch Funeral Home in Starkville. Funeral services are scheduled for Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Mathiston. Rev. Wade Stevens will conduct the service. Burial will be in the Spring Valley Baptist Church Cemetery in Mathiston, MS.


James Creyer Pogue

On October 28, 2012, after a lengthy illness, James Creyer Pogue,85, of Eupora passed away at North MS Medical Center in Eupora surrounded by his loving family, and went to his Heavenly home.

James was born May 15, 1927, in Mathiston, MS to Robert Lee and Irma O’Neal Pogue. The youngest of five children, he grew up learning the value of hard work, the importance of family, and the enjoyment found in sports, particularly football. Leaving high school at the age of sixteen, he enlisted in the United States Army where he served in the 3rd Infantry Division. After basic training, James was sent to Germany where he was assigned to the Army’s Motor Pool in Transportation and Operations. He was eventually given the duties of transporting German prisoners to the Hall of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany to stand trial for war crimes. After three years of service in the Army, he returned home to Eupora to complete his high school education. At this time, James volunteered for burial detail where he would meet trains that brought American fallen warriors home. While enrolled in Eupora High School, he was selected to be captain of the Maroon Yahoo football team. Upon receiving a football scholarship, James enrolled at Mississippi College to further his academic education. After college, he went to work in Aiken, South Carolina, at the Savannah River Plant as a supervisor in the Health Physics Division.

In 1964, James and his wife, Carolyn, made the decision to move their family to Webster County to operate the family farm. Of his accomplishments, he was most proud of introducing Hybrid Bermuda grasses and registered Santa Gertrudis cattle into this area of the state. For many years, James planted the original Bermuda pastures for Mississippi State University and surrounding states. He loved this great nation and wished to give back to it and to leave the land better than he found it. James’ legacy is one of a man who was a warrior, a cattleman, and a farmer who was generous and was quick to share a story.

However, his greatest source of pride was his family. James would often say he could not imagine where in life he would be without his loving wife of 57 years, Carolyn Carter Pogue. He was a proud and loving father of daughter Patti Pogue Swindle (Wade) of Eupora; his three sons, Bobby, Matt (Linda) all of Eupora, and Lance (Dixie) of Batesville, MS; his grandchildren, David Pogue (Mia) of Eupora, Jamie Swindle Walker (Steve) of Mantee, John Swindle (Chastity), Lee Swindle, Daniel Pogue, Jennifer Swindle, Luke Pogue (Lauren), Maggie Pogue Ballard (Nick), Chet Pogue all of Eupora, and Tyler and Meleah Pogue of Batesville, MS; his great- grandchildren, Carson, Connor, and Nealy Swindle, Gracie and Eian Pogue, Jayden Ballard, and Carter Pogue all of Eupora, and Corinne Walker of Mantee. James also leaves a nephew, Jimmy Crick, and niece Carolyn Crick Lane of Eupora, Tonya and Joe Huffman; his special caregivers, and family, and Tyler Huffman of Eupora as well as his cherished and loving dog, Sassy.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Robert Lee and Irma O’Neal Pogue; and his four sisters, Louise Pogue, Nell Pogue Crick, Ruth Pogue, Alice (Bob) Pogue Wood; and nephew, Billy Pogue Burgess.

James was a member of Tomnolen Baptist Church. The family received visitors Tuesday, October 30, 2012 from 5:00-8:00 pm at Oliver Funeral Home in Eupora. Funeral services will be Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at Tomnolen Baptist Church in Tomnolen. Visitation will be at 1:00 pm followed by the service at 2:00. Graveside services will follow at Greensboro Cemetery in Webster County. Rev. Willy Weddle, Bobby Pogue, and Luke Pogue will officiate at the services. In the words of General Douglas MacArthur, “Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.”

Pallbearers are grandsons, David Pogue, Steve Walker, John Swindle, Lee Swindle, Daniel Pogue, Nick Ballard, Chet Pogue, and Tyler Pogue.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to be made to The Baptist Children’s Village, P.O. Box 27, Clinton, MS 39060-0027 PAID OBITUARY

Dorothy B. Hines Eupora, MS

Mrs. Dorothy Jean Boatman Hines, 78, died Friday, October 26, 2012 in Eupora, MS. She was born Oct. 17, 1934 in Stewart, MS.

Mrs. Hines was a member of Christway Church of God, Flowood, MS. She loved her family, friends and church family and enjoyed spending time with them. In earlier years, she enjoyed cooking for and taking care of her family.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence R. Hines; her parents Gladys A. Boatman and Lorene Dodd Boatman; one sister, Christine Boatman Campbell; and one brother Glenn F. Boatman.

She is survived by one daughter, Vicki Hines Dorough (Keith); one son, Richey D. Hines (Charlotte); her mother-in-law, Inez Hines; one brother, Dale Boatman, Sr.; 4 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation was held on Sunday, Oct. 28 at Lakewood Funeral Home. The service was held at 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 29 in the funeral home chapel with interment immediately following in Lakewood Memorial Park.

Visit to view and sign her online tribute. PAID OBITUARY

Eavy Lee Shaw

Eavy Lee Shaw of Walthall, MS died Tuesday October 16th. 2012 at the North Ms. Medical Center in Eupora, MS.

Funeral Services were held 2:00PM Friday, October 19th at the Walthall Baptist Church with burial in the Embry Cemetery in Webster County. Rev. Willy Weddle and Rev. Mike Ramage officiated.

Pallbearers were Ben Shaw, Patton Fulgham, Chris Bailey, Zach Whitaker, Gary Mooneyham, Larry Sutherland and Herbie Duncan.

She was born in Choctaw County, MS on April 21, 1933 to Elias Frank and Ethel Staggs Shaw. Her siblings include Clara Sutherland, Mildred Mooneyham, the late Howard Shaw and the late Clarence Shaw.

Eavy Lee is survived by her husband of 60 years, Billy Earl Shaw; and her three children, Deborah (Randy) Belk, Steve (Barbie) Shaw, and Lisa (Johnny) Fulgham. Her five grandchildren are Angela (Zach) Whitaker, Ben (Laura) Shaw, Christopher Bailey, Patton Fulgham and Aleasha Fulgham. Her two great grandchildren are Cooper Whitaker and Lillian Whitaker.

Eavy Lee attended Walthall School and graduated from Eupora High School in 1951. In 1946, she accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at the age of 13 and became a faithful member of Walthall Baptist Church. Eavy Lee met the love of her life, Billy Earl Shaw at a dance and the two married on December 21, 1951. After working at Wells Lamont Glove Factory and as a teacher’s aid for Webster County Schools, she pursued her passion and began keeping children in her home. The children were loved by Mamaw Shaw. Aside from nurturing children, she loved to cook for everyone she knew (and didn’t know), enjoyed tending to her flowers, sewing, and spending time with her family, whom she dearly loved. The family would like to thank Dr. Ozborn, the staff at North Mississippi Medical Center and the many family and friends who have helped by giving loving care.

Oliver Funeral Home of Eupora was in charge of all arrangements. PAID OBITUARY