Records for the week of May 3-10 included the issuance of seven marriage licenses by the Columbia County Clerk’s Office, and five divorce filings in Columbia County Chancery Court.

Marriage Licenses

Jason Eugene McWilliams of Magnolia and Lauren Elizabeth Hollensworth of Magnolia, May 3.

Gemayel Tyron Owens of Bryant and Zandra Atalaya Franks of Magnolia, May 3.

John Bradley Rich of Magnolia and Ruth Lyndsey Ingram of Jonesboro, May 5.

Carl R. Bassinger Jr. of Shongaloo, La., and Marianne Wise Farmer of Shongaloo, May 6.

John Michael Francis Ashley of Minden, La., and Kristina Jureski Ali of Minden, May 7.

Jacob Daniel Jones of Magnolia and Brandi Danielle Alexander of Magnolia, May 7.

John Christopher Parker Jr. of Rockford, Ill., and Andrea M. Eddy of Rockford, May 7.

Divorce cases filed

M.G. Cooper vs. D.P. Cooper Jr., May 6.

Ceciley Trent vs. David Trent, May 6.

Chris Jones vs. Crystal Jones, May 6.

Jeremy Stockwell vs. Briana Stockwell, May 8.

Brent Porter vs. Tonya M. Porter, May 9.

Civil suits filed the week ending May 10 in Columbia County Circuit Court:

BancorpSouth vs. Richard W. Beasley and Gloria S. Beasley (as guardians of the estate of Gloria Samantha Beasley) and Gloria Samantha Beasley, foreclosure, May 3.

Dean’s Heating and Air vs. Marianna Peace, open account, May 6.

State of Arkansas vs. Dacoris McMurrian, property forfeiture, May 7.

Jonathan David Burton vs. Division of Children and Family Services of Arkansas and Arkansas State Police Crimes Against Children Division, administrative appeal, May 7.

Suits filed the week ending May 10 in Columbia County District Court:

Medical Center of South Arkansas vs. Amanda Pennington, breach of contract, May 3.

Jefferson Capital Systems, LLC vs. Margie J. Jones, breach of contract, May 6.

Capital One Bank USA NA vs. Jimmie J. Henderson, breach of contract, May 6.

Linda Jenkins vs. Roy Lee Clayton, personal property damage, May 6.

Decisions recorded in Columbia County Circuit Court Civil Division for the week ending May 10:

In the case Lone Oak LLC vs. Johnny Halsey, and Johnny Halsey vs. BancorpSouth, it was ordered that the motion for summary judgment filed by the plaintiff be granted. The court ruled that summary judgment was granted to the plaintiff, Lone Oak LLC, and the plaintiff is entitled to the property, April 25.

Rebecca Moore was ordered to pay Carter Federal Credit Union $28,276.25 plus interest, default judgment, April 25.

Frank Henderson was ordered to pay Tressa Smith $20,215 plus interest, judgment, May 1.

Tammie Levingston was ordered to pay the State of Arkansas $100, default judgment, May 2.

Kennith D. George was ordered to pay Ellen Nicole Mack $10,050 plus interest, judgment, May 6.

Kennith D. George was ordered to pay John Henry Mack $22,715 plus interest, May 7.

In the case First National Bank of Texarkana, Texas, vs. Donald Morton II and Paula Morton, Peoples Bank, Companion Property, and Apex Redi-Mix Concrete, it was ordered that plaintiffs have judgment against Donald Morton II and Paula Morton. Donald Morton II and Paula Morton were ordered to pay First National Bank $29,718 plus interest, deficiency judgment, May 8. Peoples Bank, Companion Property and Apex Redi-Mix Concrete have judgments against Donald Morton II and Paula Morton in the amount previously set forth by the court.

Tyler K. Primm was ordered to pay State Farm Mutual Insurance, $8,406.95 plus interest, default judgement, May 8.

Jamaria Crew was ordered to forfeit a 1994 Mercury Marquis to the State of Arkansas, default judgment, May 8.

No decisions were recorded in Columbia County District Court for the week ending May 10.

Real estate transactions for the week ending May 10, according to the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office:

Alice A. Abbott and William Rudy Buckman to Alice A. Abbott (trustee of the Alice A. Abbott Revocable Trust), a tract in the NE/4 NW/4, S/2 NW/4, NE/4 SW/4, Section 17, Township 16 South, Range 19 West, NSR.

Bill R. Murphy to Orell Murphy, 40 acres in the NW/4 NE/4 Section 36, Township 19 South, Range 21 West, $8,000 range.

Martha Jane Rogers to Martha Jane Rogers, 10.45 acres in the S/2 NE/4 NE/4 Section 23, Township 17, Range 19; 20 acres in the E/2 SE/4 NE/4 Section 23, Township 17, Range 19; the east 19.64 acres in the SE/4 SE/4 Section 14, Township 17, Range 19, NSR.

William J. Dennis and Kasey R. Dennis to Colby Harris, 3.00 acres in the NE corner SW/4 NE/4 SW/4 Section 20, Township 17 South, Range 19 West, $90,000 range.

Wendy Pearson Peterson and  Steven Peterson to John Smith, Lot 22 and the E/2 Lot 23, Block 1, Dabbs Addition to the City of Taylor, $35,000 range.

Brenda Carol Haltom and Bobby G. Haltom to Kevin Barker, Lot 4, Block A, Revised McKay Subdivision of the SE/4 SW/4 Section 1, Township 17 South, Range 21 West, $25,000 range.

JRB Investments, LLC, to Agustin Garcia Gonzalez, a tract in Section 12-13, Township 17 South, Range 21 West, $50,000 range.

Eliseo B. Flores and Ana Flores to Tito Antonio Flores-Sanchez, Lot 1, Block 36, Columbia Place Addition to the City of Magnolia; Lot 2, Block 36, Columbia Place Addition to the City of Magnolia, NSR.

Tiney B. Allen to Tena M. Cains, Lot 4, Block D, N&W Industries, Inc., Subdivision to the City of Magnolia, NSR.

Vernon Beck and Bobbie Jean Beck, Ruth Young, Elaine Morris, Thomas Van Beck and Linda S. Van Beck to Francisco Miranda, Lots 11-12, Block 1, Moran Addition to the City of Magnolia, $55,000 range.

Doris M. Warren, Cheryl M. Goodheart and Steve Goodheart to Thomas W. Saunders and Kimberly Saunders, the S/2 Lot 25, McCarty Survey to the Incorporated Town of Magnolia, $60,000 range.

Armando Mendoza to Ronnie Flow Jr., 0.32 acre in the SE/4 NW/4 Section 17, Township 17 South, Range 21 West, $9,000 range.

Jeffery H. Kitchens (successor trustee of the Allen H. Kitchens Revocable Trust) to Jeffery H. Kitchens and Sharon L. Ktchens, equal shares in 100 acres in the NW/4 SW/4, SW/4 SW/4 Section 28, Township 16 South, Range 19 West, and E/2 NE/4 SE/4, E/2 E/2, SE/4 SE/4 Section 29, Township 16 South, Range 19 West; 70 acres in the S/2 SW/4, NW/4 NW/4 SW/4, SW/4 SW/4 Section 21, Township 16 South, Range 20 West; 80 acres in the S/2 SW/4 Section 35, Township 17 South, Range 20 West; 40 acres in the SE/4 NE/4 Section 2, Township 18 South, Range 21 West; 40 acres in the NE/4 NE/4 Section 25, Township 17 South, Range 23 West; 143.33 acres in the SW/4 SE/4 Section 12, Township 17 South, Range 22 West, W/2 NE/4, SE/4 NE/4, NE/4 NW/4, Section 13, Township 17 South, Range 22 West; 30 acres in the E/2 SW/4 NE/4, SW/4 SW/4 NE/4, Section 14, Township 17 South, Range 22 West; an undivided 1/8 interest in 6 acres in the NE corner SW/4 SE/4 Section 25, Township 17 South, Range 19 West; an undivided 1/3 interest in 5 acres in the E/2 SW/4 SW/4 Section 9, Township 20 South, Range 20 West; an undivided 1/3 interest in 5 acres in the SW corner SE/4 SE/4 Section 6, Township 20 South, Range 20 West; an undivided 1/6 interest in a tract in the S/2 N/2, W/2 SW/4 SW/4 Section 12, Township 17 South, Range 23 West; an undivided 1/6 interest in a tract in the S/2 N/2, W/2 E/2, SW/4 SW/4 Section 12, Township 17 South, Range 22 West; an undivided 1/4 interest in 23 1/4 ft. on the east side of the E/2 Lot 6, Dixon Addition to the City of Magnolia; an undivided 1/4 interest in 116 1/2 ft. on the south side x 56 1/2 ft. on the north side of Lot 7, Dixon Addition to the City of Magnolia; an undivided 1 1/2 interest in Lots 3-4, Carter Subdivision to the City of Magnolia; an undivided 1/4 interest in 1 acre in the SE/4 SE/4 Section 18, Township 16 South, Range 20 West; an undivided 1/6 interest in 15 ft. on the west side of Lot 11 and all of Lot 12, Original Survey to the City of Magnolia, NSR.

William Larry Lewis and Susan Jean Nix Lewis to William Larry Lewis and Susan Jean Nix Lewis (co-trustees of the Lewis Family Revocable Trust), a tract in the NE/4 SE/4, S/2 NE/4, NW/4 NE/4, SE/4 NW/4 Section 25, Township 19 South, Range 20 West, NSR.

David W. Compton and Betty L. Compton to Kacey Lynn Wilson, a tract in the NE corner NW/4 NW/4 Section 30, Township 17 South, Range 20 West (1541 Columbia Road 30, Magnolia, Ark.), $82,000 range.

Commissioner of State Lands John Thurston to Janice W. Curtis, a tract in Block 23, Original Survey to the City of Emerson, NSR.

Commissioner of State Lands John Thurston to Harvey and Carolyn Sue Taylor, a tract n the NE corner SW/4 Section 11, Township 17 South, Range 22 West, NSR.

JRB Investments, LLC, to John R. Butler and Sharon Butler, 1/5 acre in the NE corner of Lot 18, Block 12, Unit 1, Forest Place , NSR.

Laura Cross (personal representative of the estate of Charles Coley Greene) to Carrington Realty, LLC, 0.09 acre in the NW/4 SW/4 Section 6, Township 17 South, Range 20 West, NSR.

Commissioner of State Lands John Thurston to Samuel G. Tompkins, a tract in the E/2 Lot 4 and all of Lot 5, Block 1, Dabbs Subdivision to the City of Taylor, NSR.

Commissioner of State Lands John Thurston to Harvey J. and Carolyn Sue Taylor, 4.17 acres in the NW/4  SE/4 SW/4 Section 11, Township 17 South, Range 22 West, NSR.

Jackie N. Lewis and Velvet Lewis, Douglas L. Lewis, Ginger L. Kruck and Billy Kruck to James E. Gaines, Lot 18, Longino and Goode Subdivision to the City of Magnolia, $1,000 range.

David A. Pittman and wife Linda G. Pittman to ROES Properties, LLC, 0.12 acres in the NW corner SW/4 SE/4 Section 12, Township 17 South, Range 21 West, $12,000 range.

Carl David Belt Sr., Kevin Keith Belt and Mandy Belt to Dossie Lamar Dews, 10.899 acres in the W/2 SW/4 NE/4 Section 19, Township 17 South, Range 20 West, NSR.

Gerald L. Barr and Elizabeth K. Barr to JK Investment Company Limited Partnership, .41 acre in the SE corner SE/4 NW/4 Section 17, Township 16 South, Range 21 West, NSR.

Recent area bankruptcy filings, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as drawn from U.S. District Bankruptcy Court papers:

Rosston

Patricia Ann Fraser, 127 County Rd. 7, May 8, Chapter 7.

Stamps

Lennie McDonald, P.O. Box 262, May 7, Chapter 13.

Stephens

Renae Todd Curry (aka Georgia Renae Curry), P.O. Box 611, May 3, Chapter 13.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings generally refer to the liquidation of a company that continues to operate while financial matters are settled.

Chapter 11 bankruptcy frees a company from creditor lawsuits while it reorganizes its finances.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is available to individuals who promise to repay as many debtors as possible from available income.

Published: 05/13/2013