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Obituaries for Monday, May 2, 2005

Bessie Arnold

Services for Bessie Arnold, of Meadville, were 11 a.m. today,May 2 at Franklin Funeral Home Chapel with burial in McCall CreekChurch of God.

Mrs. Arnold, 105, died April 30, 2005, at Meadville NursingHome. She was born in Franklin County on Oct. 17, 1899, to WilliamWomack and Lelia Womack.

She was a homemaker. She was a charter member of Pleasant ValleyChurch.

Preceding her in death were her parents; a son, Walter Arnold;two husbands, Nimrod Arnold and Joe Arnold; one infant daughter;five brothers; and four sisters.

Survivors are her daughter-in-law, Fannylene Arnold, ofSmithdale; her grandsons, Roger Arnold and his wife, Connie, ofMeadville, and Glen Arnold and his wife, Gleanda, of McCall Creek;three great-grandchildren, Lisa Storey, Shane Arnold and JustinArnold.

Paul William Huguley

Services for Paul William Huguley, of Monticello, are 11 a.m.Tuesday, May 3 at Monticello United Methodist Church with burial inMasonic Cemetery in Monticello.

Visitation is today from 5-9 p.m. at Wilson Funeral Home inMonticello.

Mr. Huguley, 19, died April 30, 2005, from injuries sustained inan automobile accident on Hooker Road in Lawrence County. He wasborn in Monticello on June 7, 1985, to Lloyd Huguley and LynneCupit.

He was a maintenance worker with Excel Industries. He was amember of the Monticello United Methodist Church.

Survivors are his mother, Lynne Cupit, of McCall Creek; hisfather and stepmother, Lloyd and Ilene Huguley, of Monticello; hissisters, Molly Herbert, of Monticello and Kathy Bull, of Loveland,Colo.; his brothers, Patrick Huguley, of Monticello, David Huguley,of McCall Creek and Scotty Myers, of Vicksburg; his grandparents,Pat and Pat Huguley, of Monticello, and Narcissa Cupit, of McCallCreek.

William Kane Huguley

Services for William Kane Huguley, of Monticello, are 11 a.m.Tuesday, May 3 at Monticello United Methodist Church with burial inMasonic Cemetery in Monticello.

Visitation is today from 5-9 p.m. at Wilson Funeral Home inMonticello.

Mr. Huguley, 16, died April 30, 2005, from injuries sustained inan automobile accident on Hooker Road in Lawrence County. He wasborn in McComb on Sept. 11, 1988, to Harold Huguley and PamHuguley.

He was a 10th grade student at Lawrence County High School. Heplayed junior high baseball, little league and soccer. He was amember of Monticello Baptist Church.

Survivors are his parents, Harold and Pam Huguley, ofMonticello; his brother, Kyle Huguley, of Monticello; hisgrandparents, Donald and Peggy Vince, Faye Vince and Pat and PatHuguley, all of Monticello.

Katherine S. Norwood

Graveside services for Katherine S. Norwood, of Brookhaven, were11 a.m. today, May 2 at Easthaven Cemetery. Harrigill Funeral Homewas in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Norwood, 78, died April 30, 2005, at her residence. She wasborn in Lincoln County on Dec. 13, 1926, to Herman O. Summers andDaisy T. Waldrop Summers.

She was a retired real estate broker and former owner of Century21 Real Estate. She was a member of the Methodist faith.

Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, John AbelNorwood; and two brothers, Billy Summers and Donald Summers.

Survivors are her sister, Bette S. Moak, of Bogue Chitto; andGordon Summers, of Brookhaven.

Pressie Eugene Wallace

Services for Pressie Eugene Wallace, of Summit, are 11 a.m.Tuesday, May 3 at New Life Apostolic Church on Highway 51 north ofSummit with burial in the church cemetery. Catchings Funeral Homeof McComb is in charge of arrangements.

Visitation is today after 5 p.m. at the church.

Mr. Wallace, 63, died May 1, 2005, at Southwest MississippiRegional Medical Center in McComb. He was born in Walthall Countyon May 27, 1941, to Pressie Wallace and Macie Thames Wallace.

He was a former inspector for Homelite Manufacturing and aformer newspaper carrier for the Enterprise Journal. He was amember of New Life Apostolic Church in Summit.

Preceding him in death were his parents; a son, Kenneth WayneWallace; and a sister, Gloris Miller.

Survivors are his wife, Julia Montgomery Wallace, of Summit; twosons, Billy Gene Wallace, of Magnolia and Roger Glen Wallace, ofArkansas; one brother, Bobby Wallace, of McComb; one sister, NevaGreer, of Jayess; one brother-in-law; six grandchildren; twogreat-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.