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Unbeaten 7th graders
battle to a draw
Both Guntersville’s and
Arab’s 7th grade football teams
entered Tuesday night’s show-
down with unbeaten records.
And both are still unbeaten
after facing one another.
In a back-and-forth war, the
teams battled to a 12-12 tie. The
coaches had agreed ahead of
time that they wouldn’t play
overtime if that happened.
Coach Jim Embry told the
team afterwards that he didn’t
like a tie, but he was proud of his
squad for the effort, especially in
the second half. Arab was much
bigger than Guntersville.
“They looked like they were
all about 6-1,” Coach Embry
told his team. “But guess what?
You’re going to grow between
now and next year and maybe
you’ll catch up to them a little
bit. And you get 5 more shots at
them between now and when
you graduate.”
The first half was mostly a
scoreless battle until Arab
scored on a pass with 19 seconds
left in the half.
The
Wildcats’
Myles
Williamson scored from about
45 yards out with 2:29 left in the
game to make it 6-6. Then Gun-
tersville got an Arab turnover
and scored again to make it 12-
6.
Arab went into its hurry-up
offense and drove 60 yards on
the last series of the game to tie
it up 12-12, the score coming as
the final buzzer sounded.
“It was as good a game as
you’ll ever see,” Coach Embry
told his team. “I guarantee these
fans in the stands won’t see an-
other one this exciting all sea-
son, high school, college or
whatever.”
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Public Notice
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STATEMENTOF
OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT, AND
CIRCULATION
As required by Act of August
12, 1970; Section 3685, Title 39,
United States Code.
Publication Title The Adver-
tiser-Gleam. Publication Num-
ber 0080-8000. Filing Date
September 28, 2012. Issue Fre-
quency
Semi-weekly
on
Wednesday and Saturday. Num-
ber of issues published annually
105. Annual subscription price is
$28.00 & $50.00. Complete
mailing address of known office
of publication, 2218 Taylor St.,
Guntersville, Marshall County,
Alabama 35976. Contact per-
son: Taunya Buchanan, phone
256-582-3232. Complete mail-
ing address of headquarters or
general business office of publi-
cation, 2218 Taylor St., Gun-
tersville, AL 35976. Full names
and complete mailing addresses
of publisher, editor and manag-
ing editor. Publisher, The Ad-
vertiser-Gleam, Inc., P.O. Box
190, Guntersville, AL 35976.
Editor, Sam Harvey, P.O. Box
190, Guntersville, AL 35976.
Managing Editor, Anthony
Campbell, P.O. Box 190, Gun-
tersville, AL 35976. Owner: The
Advertiser Gleam, 2218 Taylor
St., Guntersville, AL. Sam Har-
vey, Guntersville, AL., Valerie
Harvey Estate, Guntersville,
AL., Joe Harvey, McMinnville,
TN., Jo Harvey, McMinnville,
TN., Don Woodward Estate,
Guntersville, AL., Mary Wood-
ward, Guntersville, AL., John S.
Harvey, Guntersville, AL.,
Sheila Harvey, Guntersville, AL.
Known bondholders, mort-
gagees, and other security hold-
ers owning or holding 1 percent
or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages or other secu-
rities. None.
Issue date for circulation data
below September 1, 2012. Aver-
age number of copies each issue
during preceding 12 months:
Total number copies (net press
run) 10,622. Mailed Outside
County Paid subscriptions stated
on PS Form 3541 (include paid
distribution above nominal rate,
advertiser's proof copies and ex-
change copies) 1,524. Mailed in-
county paid subscriptions stated
on PS Form 3541 (include paid
distribution above nominal rate,
advertiser’s proof copies, and
exchange copies) 6,831. Paid
distribution outside the mails in-
cluding sales through dealers
and carriers, street vendors,
counter sales, and other paid dis-
tribution outside USPS 1150.
Paid distribution by other
classes of mail through the
USPS 0. Total paid Distribution
9505. Free or nominal rate out-
side-county copies included on
PS form 3541 18. Free or nomi-
nal rate in-county copies in-
cluded on PS form 3541 98.
Free or nominal rate copies
mailed at other classes through
the USPS 0. Free or nominal
rate distribution outside the mail
(carriers or other means) 0.
Total free or nominal rate dis-
tribution 116. Total distribution
9621 Copies not distributed
1001. Total 10,622. Percent paid
99. Number copies of single
issue published nearest to filing
date. Total number of copies (net
press run) 10,450. Mailed out-
side-county paid subscriptions
stated on PS form 3541 (include
paid distribution above nominal
rate, advertiser’s proof copies,
and exchange copies) 1,468.
Mailed in-county paid subscrip-
tions stated on PS form 3541
(include paid distribution above
nominal rate, advertiser’s proof
copies, and exchange copies)
6,745. Paid distribution outside
the mails including sales
through dealers and carriers,
street vendors, counter sales,
and other paid distribution out-
side USPS 1, 220. Paid distribu-
tion by other classes of mail
through the USPS 0. Total paid
distribution 9,433. Free or nom-
inal rate outside-county copies
included on PS form 3541 18.
Free or nominal rate in-county
copies included on PS form
3541 75. Free or nominal rate
copies mailed at other classes
through USPS 0. Free or nomi-
nal rate distribution outside the
mail (carriers or other means) 0.
Total free or nominal rate distri-
bution 93. Total distribution
9,526. Copies not distributed
924. Total 10,450. Percent paid
99. John S. Harvey, Business
Manager. I certify that all infor-
mation furnished on this form is
true and compete. I understand
that anyone who furnishes false
or misleading information on
this form or who omits material
or information requested on the
form may be subject to criminal
sanctions (including fines and
imprisonment) and/or civil sanc-
tions (including civil penalties).
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THE ADVERTISER-GLEAM
Guntersville, Ala., Sept. 29, 2012
3 charged with
Horton burglaries
The sheriff’s office has ar-
rested 3 men on charges of com-
mitting 2 burglaries in the
Horton and Nixon Chapel areas.
The men were arrested on
Doyle Drive in Albertville.
“We had been investigating
residential burglaries that have
occurred during the past week in
the Horton and Nixon Chapel
areas,” Sheriff Scott Walls said.
“We were able to find the sus-
pects based on a description of a
suspicious vehicle that was re-
ported in the Horton area last
week.”
He said the investigation is
continuing.
Charged were Kenneth War-
ren Hopkins, 24; Joey Dewayne
Brackett, 20; and Terry David
Shook, 43; all of Doyle Drive.
They were each charged with
burglary 3rd and theft 3rd, with
their bonds set at $5,000 each.
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Public Notice
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ESTATE NOTICE
In the Probate Court of Mar-
shall County, Alabama. Case
No. 12-321.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Mary Bertha Schultz Phillips,
Deceased.
Personal Representative’s
Notice to File Claim
Letters Testamentary as Per-
sonal Representative of the Will
of Mary Bertha Schultz Phillips,
deceased, having been granted
to the undersigned on the 25 day
of September, 2012, by the Hon-
orable Tim Mitchell, Judge of
Probate of said County, notice is
hereby given that all persons
having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present
the same within the time al-
lowed by law, or the same will
be barred.
Richard Douglas Phillips, Sr.,
Personal Representative.
Tim Mitchell, Judge of the
Probate Court.
M. Phillips 3S-10/13
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Public Notice
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LEGAL NOTICE
The following tenants in RMS
are in default of rent. If accounts
are not paid in full by 9 October
2012, the contents will be sold
or disposed of:
Melinda Breedlove 6I-1.
Arturo Hernandez GAr-1.
Rice 2S-10/6
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Public Notice
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ESTATE NOTICE
In the Probate Court of Mar-
shall County, Alabama. Case
No. 12-325.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Rebecca Ann Presnell, De-
ceased.
Personal Representative’s
Notice to File Claim
Letters Testamentary as Per-
sonal Representative of the Will
of Rebecca Ann Presnell, de-
ceased, having been granted to
the undersigned on the 25 day of
September, 2012, by the Honor-
able Tim Mitchell, Judge of Pro-
bate of said County, notice is
hereby given that all persons
having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present
the same within the time al-
lowed by law, or the same will
be barred.
John Mark Norris, Personal
Representative.
Tim Mitchell, Judge of the
Probate Court.
R. Presnell 3S-10/13
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Coat donation drive
Beginning Monday, Gun-
tersville students and parents
can donate new or gently used
coats at schools.
Dylan Hitchcock, a Gun-
tersville High School student
and member of Boy Scout Troop
4276, is working on his Eagle
Scout project. He is putting do-
nation boxes in each of the Gun-
tersville schools to collect the
coats through Oct. 19.
Volunteers will help him
mend and clean the coats. Then
the garments will be distributed
in the schools to children who
need them. Coats not needed in
the schools will be donated to
CASA, Dylan told the Gun-
tersville School Board.
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Having drugs charged
Guntersville police arrested a
man on a drug charge after a
traffic stop.
Policeman Brad Ford said he
noticed a car with no tag on Sun-
set Drive. He pulled the car over.
A black bag inside contained
a cigarette pack with loose mar-
ijuana, rolling papers, a set of
scales and a spoon with meth
residue, police said. Inside the
trunk were ingredients that
could be used to make meth, as
well as several filters with meth
residue.
George Edward Franklin, 42,
of Huntsville, was charged with
possession of a controlled sub-
stance, possession of marijuana
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
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Meth charged
Possession of meth and violat-
ing her probation has been
charged to Angela Marie Upton,
35, of 39 Highway 79S, Gun-
tersville. She was arrested by
sheriff’s deputies and taken to
the county jail, where her bond
was set at $5,000.
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Festival is Thurs.
Asbury School’s fall festival
is Thursday. An announcement
in the paper might have led peo-
ple to believe it was last Thurs-
day.
The festival will be 5:00-7:00
Oct. 4.
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Flu shots Wednesday
The Guntersville Senior Cen-
ter will offer flu shots Wednes-
day 9:00-11:00.
The shots are free to Medicare
recipients. All others will pay
$32.
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Does Community Banking Still Exist?
After 35 years in banking with Peoples State Bank, I often ask
myself with the many changes in our government concerning
the banking industry - does a REAL community bank really
exist? I would like to tell you most definitely!
We at Peoples State Bank still know the importance of you as
our customer - YOU are #1 to us! When you walk in the door,
we recognize you as a friend. That is why after 35 years, I want
to say THANK YOU for allowing us to help you with your
banking needs and more importantly,
THANK YOU FOR BEING A FRIEND.
Guntersville’s Myles Williamson turns it on for a score in the
7th grade game against Arab.
YOUNG EAGLES
– The Guntersville Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association spon-
sored a “Young Eagles” flying program. The 40 Boy Scouts pictured flew in a seaplane with pilot
Michael Kirkpatrick for a “flight seeing” (rather than sight seeing) tour of the city.
The Scouts are working on their aviation merit badges, which require a flight. In addition to fly-
ing, the Scouts camped out, went canoeing, swimming and fishing.
The Young Eagles program is designed to introduce youth to flying and aviation careers.
• Inspect your home from your baby’s point of view by getting down on your
hands and knees. This way, you’ll be able to identify potentially dangerous
objects within your baby’s reach.
• Check all baby products, including crib, changing table, toys and playpen, on
a regular basis for safety hazards. Missing parts, hanging strings, tears, rough
edges and peeling paint are potentially dangerous.
• Carefully follow manufacturers’ instructions for all baby products, and make
sure they meet current safety standards. It’s always best to use new baby
products which clearly meet current safety standards; however, if you must use
second-hand items, do some research to make sure they meet the same standards
of safety.
Take these steps
to protect your
baby at home.