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RUTH BARTON
JEANETTE RUTH BARTON OF IRONDALE, MISSOURI WAS BORN NOVEMBER 9, 1921 IN BELGRADE, MISSOURI. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE CHRISTOPHER AND ESTELLA (HORTON) IVES. RUTH DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON MAY 21, 2003 AT THE POTOSI MANOR HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF EIGHTY-ONE YEARS, SIX MONTHS AND TWELVE DAYS.
SHE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO ROBERT K. BARTON ON JULY 3, 1939 IN FARMINGTON, MISSOURI AND TO THIS UNION FOUR CHILDREN WERE BORN.
SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER LOVING AND DEVOTED HUSBAND OF 63 YEARS, ROBERT K. BARTON OF IRONDALE, TWO DAUGHTERS, BRENDA JANE GUGGENBERGER AND HUSBAND EDWARD OF BISMARCK AND RHONDA MEREDITH WIMBERLEY AND HUSBAND LARRY OF BISMARCK, TWO SONS, ROBERT CARL BARTON OF IRONDALE AND MICHAEL KELLY BARTON AND WIFE ANNIE OF POTOSI, FOUR SISTERS, INA LOU JARVIS AND HUSBAND RONALD OF PEVELY, ALTA JEAN IVES OF IRONDALE, SHIRLEY HALL AND HUSBAND MARION OF WARRENSBURG AND MARTHA BROWN AND HUSBAND CHARLES OF IRONDALE, FOUR BROTHERS, ALBERT IVES AND WIFE BETTE OF IRONDALE, LEO IVES AND WIFE NANCY OF IRONDALE, MICK IVES AND WIFE ROSEMARY OF DESLOGE AND GERALD IVES AND WIFE RACHEL OF ST. LOUIS, THIRTEEN GRANDCHILDREN, TWENTY GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE GREAT, GREAT GRANDCHILD. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SISTER, JUDITH IVES AND TWO GRANDSONS, LARRY BLAINE WIMBERLEY AND RYAN BERNARD BARTON.
RUTH WAS A LIFE TIME MEMBER OF THE IRONDALE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WHERE SHE WAS A SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER, THE PIANIST AND SECRETARY. SHE WAS A LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF EASTERN STAR CHAPTER #166 IN IRONDALE AND LIFE TIME MEMBER OF THE V.F.W. #6947 LADIES AUXILIARY IN BISMARCK. SHE ENJOYED READING, GOING TO CHURCH AND ATTENDING THE O.E.S. FUNCTIONS. RUTH WAS A WONDERFUL PIANO PLAYER AND EVERYONE AT THE POTOSI MANOR LOVED TO LISTEN TO HER PLAY. SHE WILL BE LOVINGLY REMEMBERED BY FAMILY AND MANY FRIENDS.
VISITATION WAS HELD 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. ON THURSDAY, MAY 22, 2003 AND 10:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. ON FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2003 AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, IRONDALE.
A FUNERAL SERVICE WAS CONDUCTED 2:00 P.M. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2003 AT THE IRONDALE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WITH REVEREND BRUCE TORRENCE OFFICIATING. MUSIC WAS PROVIDED BY DAVID MILLS. BURIAL WAS IN THE BIG RIVER CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME, IRONDALE.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, MICHAEL BARTON, ZACHARY MCCLAIN, MARK WIMBERLEY, CORY CLARK, JANE FAIRCLOTH, HEATHER BIESTER, DARREN MCCLAIN AND JIMMY RIESS.

THOMAS JULIAN CARLYON
THOMAS JULIAN CARLYON OF ST. LOUIS, FORMERLY OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, WAS BORN OCTOBER 3, 1926, IN HOPEWELL, MISSOURI, A SON OF THE LATE PHILLIP J. AND JULIA S. (THOMPSON) CARLYON. THOMAS DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL CENTER ON APRIL 21, 1999, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF SEVENTY-TWO YEARS, SIX MONTHS AND EIGHTEEN DAYS.
THOMAS IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS, WILLIAM "BILL" CARLYON AND FIANCE' JANIS OF ST. LOUIS, KEITH CARLYON AND DEBBIE OF HILLSBORO, THREE DAUGHTERS, JUDY CURTIS AND HUSBAND RON OF ST. LOUIS, DIANA NORMAN AND FIANCE' DR. BRAD STOWERS OF MISSION, TEXAS, ANGALA ANDERSON AND HUSBAND TIM OF HARLINGEN, TEXAS, NINE GRANDCHILDREN, ONE BROTHER, PAUL CARLYON OF HOPEWELL AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS HE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS WIFE, AUDREY L. (BELFIELD) CARLYON, ONE BROTHER, CLEVE CARLYON AND ONE INFANT SISTER SARAH CAMILLA CARLYON.
THOMAS SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY FROM DECEMBER 1944 TO AUGUST 3, 1946, HAVING BEEN STATIONED IN THE PHILIPPINES, THOMAS RECEIVED AN HONORABLE DISCHARGED AND SERVED IN THE RANK OF TECHNICIAN 5TH GRADE. THOMAS WAS A MEMBER OF THE V.F.W. POST #6996. THOMAS ENJOYED FARMING ESPECIALLY WORKING WITH HIS CATTLE. HE LOVED TO TAKE TIME TO HUNT AND FISH AND WORK IN HIS VEGETABLE GARDEN. THOMAS ENJOYED SOCIALIZING, BAR-B-QING, COOKING AND CUTTING UP. THOMAS HAD WORKED IN THE LEADWOOD MINES, WAS A SUBSTITUTE U.S. MAIL TRUCK DRIVER AND WAS RETIRED FROM HOBART CORP. AFTER 20 YEARS OF SERVICE.
A KIND AND LOVING FATHER, GRANDFATHER, BROTHER AND DEAR FRIEND WHO WILL BE SADLY MISSED AND LOVINGLY REMEMBERED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM.
VISITATION WAS HELD FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1999, FROM 4:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT THE GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1999, AT 2:00 P.M. AT THE GUM & SON CHAPEL WITH REVEREND GUY CONWAY OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN HOPEWELL CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, RALPH CARLYON, CALVIN RIDDLE, JIMMY BEATON, DANNY WALLS, WILLIAM T. SMALL AND DALE ADAMS.

AUDREY AYRES
AUDREY M. AYRES OF CANTON, MISSOURI, FORMERLY OF IRONDALE, MISSOURI WAS BORN AT IRONDALE, MISSOURI ON DECEMBER 4, 1920. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE JOSEPH AND VIRGINIA (WOOLFORD) CONWAY. AUDREY DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON MAY 31, 2003 AT THE KINDRED HOSPITAL IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF EIGHTY-TWO YEARS, FIVE MONTHS AND TWENTY-SEVEN DAYS.
SHE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO BERNARD KENNETH AYRES ON JULY 27, 1949 IN PIGGOTT, ARKANSAS.
SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER LOVING AND DEVOTED HUSBAND OF FIFTY-THREE YEARS, BERNARD KENNETH AYRES OF CANTON, MISSOURI, SISTER-IN-LAWS, A BROTHER-IN-LAW, NIECES, NEPHEWS AND OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY SISTER, EDITH BLUM, AND BROTHERS, RAYMOND CONWAY, HAROLD CONWAY AND VERNON CONWAY.
AUDREY ENJOYED THE MANY GIFTS OF MOTHER NATURE AND IN HER YOUNGER YEARS SHE LOVED FISHING. WHEN SHE WAS ABLE, AUDREY ENJOYED LIFE TO THE FULLEST. SHE WILL BE LOVINGLY REMEMBERED BY FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
VISITATION WAS HELD 10:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 2003 AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, IRONDALE.
A FUNERAL SERVICE WAS CONDUCTED 2:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 2003 WITH REV. BRUCE TORRENCE OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN THE BIG RIVER CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME, IRONDALE.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, JASON WILLIAMS, CHRIS WILLIAMS, JIMMY WILLIAMS, TIMMY WILLIAMS, JOE CONWAY AND STEVE CONWAY.

HOWARD HIGGINBOTHAM
HOWARD CRESSWELL HIGGINBOTHAM OF POTOSI, MISSOURI WAS BORN MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916 IN POTOSI, MISSOURI A SON OF THE LATE ALONZO SHIELDS HIGGINBOTHAM AND MAUDE CRESSWELL HIGGINBOTHAM. HOWARD DEPARTED THIS LIFE THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2003 AT THE MISSOURI BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY-SIX YEARS, SIX MONTHS AND EIGHT DAYS.
HOWARD WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO PAULINE SPRINKLE ON AUGUST 17, 1947 IN POTOSI, MISSOURI. THEY WERE BLESSED TO HAVE TWO CHILDREN, LINDA AND CHARLES, BORN TO THE UNION.
HOWARD IS SURVIVED BY HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE OF FIFTY-FIVE YEARS PAULINE HIGGINBOTHAM OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; ONE DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW LINDA ANNE SCHALLER AND TIM OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA; ONE LOVING GRANDDAUGHTER, LOREN SCHALLER OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA; ONE SISTER, HAZEL WELTCH OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI; ONE NEPHEW, BRUCE WELTCH AND WIFE SUNGHI OF NEWARK, DELAWARE AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND DEAR FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS, HOWARD WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS SON, CHARLES ALONZO HIGGINBOTHAM.
HOWARD WAS A LONG TIME AND FAITHFUL MEMBER OF THE POTOSI SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH. HIS FAITH LED HIM TO BE VERY ACTIVE WITH HIS CHURCH AND THE CHURCH FAMILY.
HOWARD WAS A GRADUATE OF MORTUARY SCHOOL OF SCIENCE IN 1947 AND BECAME CO-OWNER OF THE SMITH-HIGGINBOTHAM FUNERAL HOME, NOW MOORE FUNERAL HOMES. HE WAS EMPLOYED BY ST. JOE MINERAL AT THE INDIAN CREEK DIVISION, UNTIL 1958 WHENHE BECAME EMPLOYED BY WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMERCIAL BANK WHICH IS NOW AN AFFILIATE OF U.S. BANK. HE BEGAN HIS SERVICE WITH THE BANK AS ASST. CASHIER IN CHARGE OF THE LOAN DEPARTMENT. IN 1977 HER RECEIVED THE PROMOTION TO ASST. VICE PRESIDENT. HE RETIRED FROM THE BANK AFTER 24 YEARS OF SERVICE. HOWARD SERVED AS COUNTY COMMISSIONER ON THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR TWO TERMS.
HOWARD WAS A DEDICATED MAN TO THIS NATION AND THIS COMMUNITY, HE SERVED IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY DURING WORLD WAR II AND THE KOREAN CONFLICT. HOWARD ENLISTED APRIL 14, 1941 AT JEFFERSON BARRACKS, MISSOURI, HE WAS A GRADUATE OF THE 25TH CAVALRY OFFICER CANDIDATE CLASS, FORT RILEY. KANSAS, ON MARCH 10TH 1943. HOWARD WAS HONORABLY DISCHARGED TO ACCEPT APPOINTMENT AS 2ND LIEUTENANT AND ENLIST TO CONTINUE WITH THE UNITED STATES ARMY. ON MARCH 4, 1946, HOWARD WAS DISCHARGED FROM THE UNITED STATES ARMY AS 1ST LIEUTENANT, CAVALRY DIVISION.
HOWARD ENJOYED STAYING ACTIVE IN THE COMMUNITY, HE AND HIS WIFE PAULINE NEVER FAILED TO ANSWER THE CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS FOR THE CHURCH, THE COMMUNITY AND MANY ORGANIZATIONS. SOME OF HOWARD'S TIME WAS SPENT WITH THE FOLLOWING; MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN LEGION, CORDIA-HUMPHREY POST #265 WASHINGTON COUNTY FOR THE PAST 57 YEARS. SERVED AS POST ADJUTANT AND POST COMMANDER. MEMBER OF WASHINGTON COUNTY SELECTIVE BOARD #125 FOR 2 YEARS, 1968-1969; MEMBER OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY EXTENSION COUNCIL FOR TWO TERMS, 1978-1981; MEMBER OF POTOSI LIONS CLUB FOR 50 YEARS AND SERVED AS CLUB PRESIDENT IN 1973 AND ON VARIOUS COMMITTEES; MEMBER OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR BOARD FOR THE PAST 48 YEARS; SERVED AS ASST. TREASURER. INTERIM TRUSTEE OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN THE YEAR 1989; MEMBER OF THE MINE AU BRETON HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND SERVED AS TREASURER FOR THE PAST 23 YEARS; MEMBER OF THE MRPC BOARD, ROLLA, MO. FOR 4 YEARS, 1987-1990; MEMBER OF THE POTOSI HOUSING AUTHORITY FROM JUNE 23, 1975 TO AUG. 1, 1976; MEMBER OF THE SENIOR CITIZENS COUNCIL IN THE YEARS 1984 - 1986; ORGANIZING MEMBER OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY TRAINABLE SCHOOL; TRUSTEE OF SOULES CHAPEL CHURCH AND CEMETERY ASSOCIATION FOR THE PAST 23 YEARS.
THE LIST OF ACTIVITIES AND UNCOUNTABLE HOURS OF GIVING FROM THIS MAN COULD GO ON FOR PAGES, BUT AS HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS CONTINUE HERE, SO WILL THE MEMORY OF THIS MAN.
VISITATION WAS HELD SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2003 FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 1:45 P.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI. THE POTOSI LIONS CLUB HONORED HOWARD WITH A LIONS MEMORIAL SERVICE ON SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2003 AT 7:00 P.M.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2003 AT 2:00 P.M. AT THE POTOSI SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH WITH REV. JOHN EDWARDS OFFICIATING. MUSIC WAS PROVIDED BY BELINDA LINK, JACQUETTA EDWARDS AND THE CHURCH CHOIR. GRAVESIDE RITES WERE CONDUCTED MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2003 AT 2:45 P.M. WITH REV. JOHN EDWARDS, THE UNITED STATES FUNERAL HONORS TEAM LED BY WASHINGTON COUNTY V.F.W. POST 6996 PRESENTED FUNERAL HONORS WITH THE 21 GUN SALUTE, TAPS AND THE FOLDING AND PRESENTATION OF THE AMERICAN FLAG. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE JERRY SANSEGRAW, JEFF HIGGINBOTHAM, GLEN LARAMORE, GOLDEN "PUG" FRYMAN, DONNIE BARTON AND BRUCE WELTCH. HONORARY PALLBEARERS WERE FLOYD "BUTCH" KENNON, LEE HIGGINBOTHAM, ALFRED NEWCOMER, CARL PHILLIPS AND GEORGE CRESSWELL.
SERVICES WERE DIRECTED BY THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

DONALD VINCENT KINCAID
DONALD VINCENT KINCAID OF CADET, MISSOURI WAS BORN FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1947 IN POTOSI, MISSOURI, A SON OF ANITA (JULIETTE) KINCAID AND THE LATE WALTER VINCENT KINCAID. DONALD Passed away MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2003 AT HIS HOME SURROUNDED BY FAMILY AND FRIENDS AT THE AGE OF FIFTY-SIX YEARS, ONE MONTH AND FOURTEEN DAYS.
DONALD WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO JOAN POLITTE ON OCTOBER 10, 1970 AT ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI AND THEY WERE BLESSED TO HAVE ONE DAUGHTER BORN TO THE UNION.
DONALD LEAVES TO MOURN HIS PASSING HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE OF 32 YEARS JOAN KINCAID OF CADET, MISSOURI; HIS WONDERFUL DAUGHTER BRANDI BOYER AND HUSBAND BRIAN OF CADET, MISSOURI; HIS VERY SPECIAL AND DEAR GRANDDAUGHTER JENNA BOYER OF CADET, MISSOURI; HIS MOTHER ANITA KINCAID OF CADET, MISSOURI; FOUR DEAR SISTERS, BEV DEGONIA OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, MARY GAMBLE AND HUSBAND ROGER "BUD" OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, YVONNE SHAW AND HUSBAND KEVIN OF DESOTO, MISSOURI, LORIE GILLAM AND HUSBAND TIM OF CADET, MISSOURI; THREE BROTHERS, GARY KINCAID AND WIFE LINDA OF CADET, MISSOURI, RANDY KINCAID AND WIFE CAROLYN OF CADET, MISSOURI, HOWARD "PEANUT" KINCAID AND WIFE TERESA OF CADET, MISSOURI; THREE BROTHERS-IN-LAW, BOB POLITTE AND WIFE RACHEL OF CADET, MISSOURI, KENNY POLITTE OF CADET, MISSOURI, RON POLITTE AND WIFE MARY OF CADET, MISSOURI; FOUR SISTERS-IN-LAW, HAZEL PINSON AND HUSBAND HAROLD OF CADET, MISSOURI, WILMA KERNAN AND HUSBAND PAT OF FARMINGTON, MISSOURI, JANET GILLAM AND HUSBAND HARVEY OF CADET, MISSOURI, SANDY SWIFT AND HUSBAND DANNY OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; THREE GOD CHILDREN, LAURA GILLAM, TARA KINCAID AND DANNY KINCAID AND BY MANY NIECES, NEPHEWS, OTHER RELATIVES AND MANY MANY FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS FATHER, DONALD WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO BROTHERS, WAYNE AND JOHNNY KINCAID.
DONALD WAS A LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI. DONALD HAD SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY, HE ENLISTED DECEMBER 12, 1967 AT FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI AND SERVED IN THE VIETNAM ERA. DONALD WAS TRANSFERRED TO THE UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE DECEMBER 19, 1969. HE WAS HONORABLY DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMY RESERVE DECEMBER 11, 1973 IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
DONALD WAS ALSO KNOWN BY HIS NICKNAME "BUTCH" BY MANY FAMILY AND FRIENDS. HE WAS SUCH A WONDERFUL AND CARING MAN. HE WAS ALWAYS MORE CONCERNED ABOUT HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS THAN HE WAS FOR HIMSELF. HE DROVE A TRUCK FOR NORMAN WILSON OF WILSON TRUCKING FOR MANY YEARS. HE LOVED TO HUNT AND FISH BUT HIS SECOND GREATEST LOVE NEXT TO HIS FAMILY WAS BOWLING. DONALD LOVED MUSIC, HE HAD A WONDERFUL VOICE AND ENJOYED PLAYING THE GUITAR AND FIDDLE. HE LOVED TO HAVE BOULLIONS WITH THE WHOLE FAMILY TOGETHER AND PLAY MUSIC ALL NIGHT. HE TOUCHED MANY PEOPLE DURING HIS LIFE AND THAT WAS SHOWN BY THE MANY VISITORS AND CALLERS DURING HIS LAST TWO WEEKS. HE MET EACH ONE WITH A SMILE AND LEFT THEM REASSURED THAT HE WAS READY TO MAKE HIS JOURNEY HOME. ONCE AGAIN COMFORTING THEM, WHILE THEY WERE THERE TO COMFORT HIM.
VISITATION WAS HELD TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2003 FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 9:30 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI. A PRAYER SERVICE WAS HELD TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2003 AT 7:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL.
A FUNERAL MASS WAS CELEBRATED WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2003 AT 10:00 A.M. AT THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI WITH FATHER TED PIEPER OFFICIATING. MUSIC WAS PROVIDED BY THE CHURCH CHOIR. BURIAL WAS IN THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC Cemetery, OLD MINES, MISSOURI. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE HOWARD "PEANUT" KINCAID, RANDY KINCAID, GARY KINCAID, KENNY MISSEY, JOEY DEGONIA AND BRIAN BOYER. ALL SERVICES WERE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

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