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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Joplin, MissouriObituaries the Jotun Globe monday june a 2015 resale shop offers variety of items memorials Carthage to. Are you looking for a Quali to Iron Skillet camping equipment a Pearl Choker i to min scent of Hollywood Glamor Days or an original to a orge Foreman rotisserie or How about an adorable stuffed baby Gorilla to Tirol act you while you re Ieti Ping it would be a ure fire gift for a Pittsburg state University student or graduate. All these items and More ran tie found at twice new a resale shop located in the fat mer of Reilly building in the Neil business Center on Garrison Avenue. In Emil in january the store is owned by James and Tammie Duggar. After a flirtatious experience As first Grade Sweet a. Arts at a Neosho elementary school the Suggars did not meet again until 30 i ars later when they connected with each other on face Tibok. A heir business venture a ,0 was initiated via face Book. Ebay a Raig list and to Ellis Dun Tisi other inter net Media. Or a Cal they began acquiring k used items in when tam b Mien a move b Texas to Missouri necessitated the use of a storage unit and they decided to buy the contents of other storage units that were being auctioned. Now James is on the Road constantly travelling a 2 x mile radius through Missouri Oklahoma and Arkansas and buying inventory at auctions and Yard sales wherever he can find g x d used items. A the brings in trailer loads at a time a a Tammie said. Just think of it As a american pickers a on a Small town basis. They Alsi buy Gocel used items locally from individuals who Are downsizing or want to clean out their garages they do not buy old televisions Vars or vhf tapes we Are not a nonprofit organization so we also do not accept donated items a Tammie said. Unlike Many similar resale stores twice new is brilliantly lit and the 5,000-Square foot building allows plenty of space to display items for inspection. James who has lived in the Neosho Joplin Carthage area All his life said the store also buys and Sells Gold and old and Silver jewelry in addition to Home do Cor. A a Guy Section features a variety of tools Lawn equipment and camping gear. A we have one Man who comes in almost every Day to see if we be added new tools a Tammie said. A your Best Selling items Are appliances Beds refrigerators stoves and chests. Antique items also go quickly. A we Price things As Low As we can and still make a living a she said. During the citywide garage Sale in May twice new gained Over 100 new customers she said. Special sales like the one this past saturday will be held in their Large parking lot on a regular basis. Those Are advertised along with other specials on their face Book Page. The business offers layaway options and accepts credit cards. They also deliver Large items to Carthage area customers for a $10 fee. They Are open 9 . To 6 . Monday through Friday and 10 . To 6 . On saturdays. Expect to find anything from the utilitarian to the weird and unique at twice new from a Vintage christening dress to a mid modern table and chair set to a modern Era counter Stool. Except maybe for that adorable stuffed baby Gorilla. Address correspondence to to Ellis co the Joplin Globe Box 7, Joplin to 64802 or email news . Neosho Arlisi in in clonal Eli Philion pkg Sheto i st w Eek 1 had the Chance to catch up with Sarah Serio a Neosho artist whose work has been Seli cited to appear m a National exhibition in ii Imago. Set riots Quot the heaping a a Ftp air Ltd it Lor Hal action Block a int is Btung of featured in a a a1i by America a a Iii dial review of two Dimen to Iii contempt it Rary Art a which examines contempt it l Ary Art and styles currently in ing prox Lucid in America. I if t Wirk is one of250 pieces in to 145 Anund the a i inti7 that were selected lug he exhibition. A any time i get a work Eli to ted juried in As an Art it. Its an Honor that they have gone through and seen of Nething of value in your work a she told me. H a piece features an image of a woman being a Proa Chokl by a male fist the idea being that he is taking something from her though to Hinga columnist exactly what Isnit delineated. Serio pointed out to me that Many forms of taking can by seen As happening in the work including identity and self esteem. That a a description that a Tough to write Down and just As hard to see displayed 1 have an image of serious piece its powerful but haunting. The work plays into a theme running through much of serious work right now of dealing with social injustices. A was an artist 1 think my Art can Shine a Light on these injustices raise an awareness a she told me. So its a Tough subject but there a a reason behind the draw to portray it. A it can open a conversation just maybe make someone aware something is happening a she said. Serio an artist by Trade specializes in printmaking in which she carves out the design As a negative inks the design and runs it through a hand Crank etl printing press to Transfer the image to paper. In addition to her print making Serio also creates custom invitations and note cards and works with Clay. That last one serves As a Way to make three dimensional Art to keep her thinking about the entire form of the images she portrays whether in two or three dimensions. A working on six Ial issues can become very heavy work so just going out and making something out of Clay is a completely different world and its Nice to be Able to do that a she said. Police reports from staff re ports Topeka Woinza killed when truck hits bicycle Walnut Kan. A fio year old Topeka woman was killed sunday morning when her bicycle was hit by a pickup truck on Highway 146, two tenths of a mile East of a eth Streitt in Rural Walnut according to the Lawford county sheriffs i department. Authorities identified the victim As Glenda Taylor who was preparing for the Kansas state time trial . Flie Accident occurred court log Joplin mimic Pai court a Bobbie j. Gray or. 44. Joplin was fined $522 for larceny and trespassing a Bertha s. Borton 61. Houston Lexas. Was fined $187 for driving with but Cense plates. A Nathan w. Ehrlich. 25, Joplin was feed $182 for Fai Kire to display License plates a Zane s. Chiles. 18, Granby was fined $513 for driving with omit a License and larceny. A Tommy l Walkinshaw in 41, Joplin was Ned $209 for driving with out License plates a James d. Wizard 55, to pm was fined $128 for disturbing the peace. A Erica Hughes. 41, Joplin was fined $379 for dry without a License. A Jesse l Sparks 33, Webb cry was fined $153 for violation of perk rules and Reguli atoms. A Blae r. Pruitt 29. Joplin was fined $1,052 for failure to provide of Nancia responsibility and is to Stop. A Bradley d. Powell 17, Mumin Ville Kan., was fined $153 for Drining with out a License. A Clarissa n. Cal Goj 17, Cali Junction was fined $228 for driving a vehicle with detective equipment. A Morgan a Hughes 17, cart Haj was fined $153 for dying a vehicle with defective equipment a Heather a. Atkinson 39, Carl Junction was fined $278 of a a Are to display Kense plates and Fraire to provide Finandal response by to. According to a sheriffs department report shortly before 8 . When a truck driven by Todd kid Well 37, of Chanute hit Taylor a bicycle As he was trying to pass. Neither he nor a passenger were injured in the Accident the report said. Roger Lomshek owner of the Tailwind cyclists bicycle shop at Pittsburg and an organizer of the annual race in Walnut said in an internet statement that Taylor was a longtime competitor and avid cyclist. The cyclist fatality was the second in the area in about 11 months. Last september a 59-year-old Pittsburg resident Rhonda Thompson was killed when her bicycle and a vehicle i asked Seno whether a focus on social injustice in her work Ever weighs on her. And she said it does As she a doing the research required to create her pieces which she said Are influenced by All the various issues she sees in the Media. Quot it just makes me want to be Able to portray something realistically bring awareness Hope do something a she told me. A that drive to help with a cause seems to have been a longstanding theme for Serio who told me she was the kid who went around collecting for the american heart association or to support Relief. A and then i found out that i could do that with my Art As Well a she said. Address to Allie Imga co the Joplin Globe to x 7, Joplin to 64802 or email Ahinga . Collided just North of Highway 171 on 260th Street. Thompson at the time was training to participate in a 150-mile ride to Benefit the National multiple sclerosis. Society. Two Hurt in Accident involving tvs two Golden City residents were injun a in an Accident involving two All terrain vehicles Atout 9 40 . Saturday on route a two Miles North of Golden City in Barton county according to the Missouri state Highway patrol. Olivia Dale 20, Driver of one of the tvs and Jared a. Beasley21, who was pushing the at Down the Road were Token to free a Tracy l. Parkes 50, Joplin was fined $139 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A Rosetta l. Dickey 35. Joplin was feed $139 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A Tiffany m. Urton 25, Joplin was fined $139 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A John h. Tories 24, Joplin was feed $139 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A Bike j. Back 37. Joplin was fined $189 for Faike to provide financial a Pon Sib Ity. A to brie l Mam 46, Joplin was fined $139 for driving without Lico tse plates. A Cametta r. Reed. 36. Joplin was fined $278 for careless driving. A Joseph m. Johnson. 21, Afton okla., was feed $299 for failure to provide financial responsibility and failure to display License plates. A Eric l. Daniels 23, Joplin was fined $139 for failure to provide financial a Clayton l Brown 19, Neosho was feed $139 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A Chari 0. Slim 17, Joplin was fined $278 for a tums. A Samuel b. Sargeant 37, to pm was fined $249 for failure to display License plates and failure to provide financial responsibility. A Jimmie l. Brownlee 27, Joplin Viras fined $299 for failure to provide financial responsibility and Fai Kire to display License plates a Bertha m. Edwards 82, Galena Kan., was fined $228 for leaving the scene of an Accident a Megan a Goff 22, Joplin was feed $139 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A William l. Cherm Autt 46, John. Was fined $139 for diving without License plates. A Justin t. Ramirez. 18, to pm was fined $178 for urinating or defecating in a Public place. A Raymond d. Williams. 19, Miami okla., was ined $139 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A Michael k. Unsteady 20. Carthage was fined $189 for failure to provide financial responsibility. A Judith e. Roach. 66, Joplin was fined $203 for careless driving. A Stephanie a. Sewell 41, to pm. Was fined $178 for Possession of paraphernalia. A Juana Perez Gomez 29, Joplin. Was fined $128 for driving wet Lieut a License. A Rick e. Blair 34, Joplin was fined $139 for driving without License plates. A Moreen Sailas 34, Neosho was fined $388 for following too closely and failure to yield. A Robert h. Withrow jr., 67, Chetopa Kan., was fined $228 for failure to yield. A Naytan a Copeland. 34, no Cross ga., was fined $153 for assaults. A Tommy l. Walkinshaw in 41, to pm was fined $204 for failure to obey train signals. A Darinzo a Hackett 23, Joplin was fined $103 for disturbing the peace. A Andrea r. Barr Xicart 33, Carter Tlle was fined $367 for failure to provide financial responsibility and failure to display License plates. A James 0. England 26, Baxter Springs. Kan., was feed $328 for Man Hospital West in Joplin according to the patrol. The patrol reported that while the Dale at was being pushed Beasley and the at were hit from behind by an at driven by i Xii i. Brubaker 22, also of Golden City. A a Webb City Man was Hurt in a single vehicle Accident about 4 30 saturday on Highway 43, four Miles South of Seneca in Newton county according to a patrol report. Johnathan n. Wolfe 44, Driver of a southbound vehicle was taken to Freeman Hospital West in Joplin the report stated. The Accident occurred when Wolfe a vehicle ran off the Road on a curve according to the patrol. Driving without a License. April j. Maples 42, Joplin was fined $153 for littering. Marcus g. Wilbanks 20, Joplin was fined $228 for driving a vehicle with defective equipment. Christa e. Rossetti. 46, Webb City was feed $153 for driving a vehicle with defective equipment. Maureen j. Lansing 69, Joplin was fined $139 for failure to Stop. A Franciso g. Giron. 17, Baxter Springs Kan., was fined $139 for divided highways. A Christopher a. Anderson 42, Joplin was fined $598 for Possession of drug paraphernalia. A Melissa a Weathers 47, Joplin was fined $139 for obstruction of Drivers View or control. A Charles w. Williams 24, Joplin was fined $310 for larceny. A Sarah a. Gammon 35, Springfield was fined $139 for failure to display License plates. A Aaron c. Davis 22, Oronogo was fined $598 for driving with a suspended or revoked License. A Larry Covington 65, Springfield was fined $223 for disturbing the per cd. A Andrew k. Solomon 43, Joplin was fined $877 for driving a vehicle with defective equipment and driving without a License. A Brenda r. Cooper 31, Spiro okla., was feed $451 for driving a vehicle with defective equipment. A Patrick m. King 23, Joplin was fined $397 for failure to display License plates and speeding. A Kadin r. Wales 22, Joplin was fined $257 for failure to provide financial responsibility. The following Ore paid a emporiums Iro video by family Freemis and Ovd d ones Kathi l Smith Kathi l. Smith 58. Of Baxter Springs Kan., passed from this life on riday june 5,2015, at Freeman Hospital Joplin to. Kathi was born on March 4,1957, in Neodesha Kan., to the Union of Lyle and Dorothy Frankenberry Myers. Kathi was United in marriage to Darrell Smith on feb. 25,1977, in Baxter Springs. Kathi worked As a retail clerk for Wal Mart for Many years. Most recently she worked with scrap booking teams and taught scrap booking classes. Scrap booking allowed her to use her Talent of being creative and artistic. She enjoyed participating in a Bowling league with friends. Kathi was a member of the Riverton friends Church. Kathi was a person who valued others above herself. She would go to the ends of the Earth for the eople she held dear. She oved her grandsons a to the Moon and backs. She was witty ornery Loving generous funny tenacious and a woman who loved her Savior Jesus Christ More than anything else. Kathi is preceded in death by her parents Lyle and Dorothy Myers two Brothers i Onard and David Myers one sister Gwen Maute. She is survived by her husband Darrell Smith of the Home two daughters Courtney Rector and husband Charles and 1.1 in Barton and husband Jake four grandsons Brayden and Bryce Rector and Seth and Isaac Barton along with nieces nephews and extended family and friends. Fineral services will be held at 10 ., wednesday june 10, at the Riverton friends Church Riverton Kan. Pastor Wes Davis jul officiate. Burial will follow in the Baxter Springs cemetery. Family will receive friends tuesday evening from 7 to 8 . At Der Felt a Baxter Chapel. In lieu of Flowers memorial donations May be made to the Nus foundation s or. Preston Smith memorial scholarship in care of the funeral Home. Online condolences May be expressed at wow. . R % f a Quot exsted if a us Anil Summ 417.351-2 in pm 417-354.101� Stuart Franklin Hoover age 62, to pm to Memona service 10 Mon Grace episcopal Church Carthage visitation to follow service for online condolences and Ohi Quarles visit . T \ Parker and cuff Makief s02foptmphama23-�321 Louise 0 Brian age 90 John private Bunal Mon at Ketchum cemetery Jerry a Sherrik Cageao a Graves to serves Tours 2 ., Fairview cemetery Davio l Poe Emmonel 2 . 83, to pm Nel amp a vice Sitt. June 13 ,. Vow Wood of list Church four state cremation four8tatecrematlcin.com simple cremation. 417.825.4323 death notices r the following Ore free death notices i g Ore wee Azawi p the Joplin Globe.  4 Missouri Henrietta i. Bowers Cassville. To. Hen i Rietta flee Bowers 74, a j homemaker passed away r saturday june 6,2015. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 . Thursday at Fohn funeral Home Cassville. Gerry a. Sartin Cassville to. Gerry a. A a Gary Sartin 76, a t self employed tour Ide i passed away saturday june 6, 2015. G memorial services will f be at 2 . Thursday at Fohn funeral Home Cassville. Kansas Kathi l Smith Baxter Springs Kan. A Kathi l. Smith 58, a former employee of Wal Mart passed away Friday june 5, 2015. Services will be at 10 . Wednesday at Riverton friends Church Riverton Kan. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 . Tuesday at Derfelt funeral Home Baxter Springs. Simpson i Uncial Home 417-673-2411 Simpsonf com Webb City 1 Conri Junction to Cecilia Elizabith Degraffenreid age 74. Cart Jun Ritof to funeral 11 . Mon sacred heart Catholic Church burial mount Hope cemetery tim bo417-368-�� in. A a a 4y�gtrtftp> Karu and to a owners Kathyrne Kathy Harris age 54. Carthage memorial service 2 . Tues. Ulmer funeral Home for Nuno Condon co and obit Muhm visit to saw Mason Woodard a last s a i f Moffith invt. In. To 41?Hil ii a a. Joann Russow age 77. A opt to funeral service 1u Mon., Chapel Bunal Carl Junction cemetery Charlie Meaoows a be 69. W ebb City my. Term Nat service 5 Mon at Southside Baptist Church is Rrth by Owrid and Opar Atad for Niina cond Lancas and obituaries visit a few. 1� Golf Ita Ltd Baxt r Springs iks o Swego a Columbi u a is of durin funeral Home a hmm w by Ltd a dwt a a a Quot ii to m70 41 7-�73 4a6s a Kwh Hodg Okwit co Lucie Doty age 70. Cart Junction to arrangements pending www.dfriellf1tflfr4lhomfs.com Caltra a baiter Spingi is Oswego a to Lambui is 620-783-1371, 24-hour Geneva f. Pearce 80. Oswego Kan service 10 Mon Labette Baptist Church burial Oswego cemetery Thomas a Tom Quot e. Minor age 62, Oswego Kan service 10 am tues Bertett funeral Home. Oswego Bunal Oswego Cerne Tery visitation 7-8 Mon Derfelt funeral Home Oswego Kathi Smith age 58, Baxter Springs. Kan service 10 sveds Riverton friends Church Riverton Kan. Burial Baxter Springs cemetery visitation 7-8 . Tues de Rte r funeral Home b Axt of Springs Mee Kin l b Arne to v or age 40, Baxter Springs Kan arrangements pending to submit a memorial or death notice Contact special services 627-7221

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