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|201||(c) 2010 NPT Photo by David Popiel|
Summertime farmers taking a break in this photo from last year or before are Roger Shults, left, and his best friend from school years 1946-1958, Hollis Lee Allen, of Lower English Creek.
|202||(c) 2010 NPT Photo by Duay O'Neil|
Helping with a petition asking the City of Newport to name a street in memory of the late Dr. Martin Luther King were, seated from left, Wanda Ramsey and Phyllis Ramsey, and standing from left, Shedenna Dockery and Carrie Ramsey.
|203||(c) 2010 NPT Photo by Duay O'Neil|
|204||(c) 2010 NPT Photo by Duay O'Neil |
Tilda Webb, second from left, her daughters Ida Ruth Webb Sutton, left, and Reva Dean Webb Bryant, third from left and Webb's daughter-in-law Dorothy Webb.
|205||(c) 2010 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL |
E. R. Walker, III, left, Cocke County Historian, presents a copy of his latest book, Newport, Tennessee: Pictures from the Past, to Stokely Memorial Library Assistant Marie Kozlik. Walker will autograph copies of the volume on Wednesday, July 28, from 3-5
|206||(c) 2010 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL |
From left are Charlene Cureton, Thad Balch, Fred Lee, Carl Moller, Billy Park and Tyler Boyd, Don Erts, Linda Lewanski, and Derrick Woods.
|207||(c) 2010 NPT Photo by Duay O'Neil|
From left, Kate Levy, Adell Davis, Amanda Belton, Otelia Woods, Kathy McCravy, Phyllis Ramsey, Dion Dykes, Sr., Gladstone Gunn, Carrie Ramsey, Roberta Elliott, Shedenna Dockery, Markeita Dockery, and Mary Lynn Dykes.
|208||(c) 2010 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
From left are Denton's sisters Hilda Denton Lovell and Emma Denton Alley, his niece Billie Ann Raines, Lewis, and Denton's brother Gordon Denton. In front is Sloan Alley, Denton's great-niece.
|209||(c) 2010 NPT Photo by Duay O'Neil|
|210||(c) 2010 NPT PHOTO BY LINDA LEWANSKI |
Duay O'Neil, fourth from left, was presented the TCAI Living Legacy Award at the annual Freedom Banquet on Saturday. With him, from left, are Hazel Johnson, Marketa Dockery, Shedenna Dockery, and Phyllis Ramsey.
|211||(c) 2010 NPT Photo by Nelson Morais |
Left to right are: Charlie Boggan, Assistant Executive Director of the N.H.A.; Connie Ball, Mayor of the City of Newport; and Leon Bryant, N.H.A. Executive Director. Ball accepted the check on behalf of the City of Newport.
|212||(c) 2010 NPT PHOTO BY PAUL MEADOR|
|213||(c) 2011 NPT Photo by Betty McMillan|
Sarah Stokely, a Cocke County High School senior, and daughter of Jimmy and Kellye Stokely, is the Newport Plain Talk's Calendar Girl for April
|214||(C) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY BETTY MCMILLAN|
Riane Crowder, daughter of Tommy Crowder and Diane Mantooth, is the Newport Plain Talk's calendar girl for October. A 2011 graduate of Cocke County High School, Riane is sponsored by Diversified Drywall and Tommy Crowder Excavating.
|215||(C) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY BETTY MCMILLAN |
Amanda Carrell, 2011 Cosby High School graduate, and daughter of John and Sandy Carrell, is the Newport Plain Talk's November Calendar Girl. Sponsored by Newport Federal Bank and Appalachian Veterinary Clinic.
|216||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY BETTY MCMILLAN |
Deanna Holt, a Cocke County High School Class of 2012 graduate, is the Newport Plain Talk's calendar girl for December. She is the daughter of Peggy Holt and the late Donald Holt.
|217||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY BETTY MCMILLIAN |
Emily Whitlock, a Cosby High School senior, is the Newport Plain Talk Calendar Girl for May. Emily is the daughter of Lemmy and Amy Whitlock and is sponsored by Jabo's.
|218||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL |
From left Edgemont Principal Connie Ball, Dr. Rich Lloyd, Cocke County Education Foundation Chair; Vicki Runnion; and family friends Pat and Susan Mason. In back Edgemont teachers Jan Covington, Diane Cashen, and Linda Brown, with family friend Tammy Reed
|219||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Nannie Hale blows out the candles atop her birthday cake on Sunday. Hale celebrated her 100th birthday on February 17.
|220||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
The stark shell of one of Cocke County's few remaining antebellum homes stand out against the blue skies. Seclusion Bend, built in 1848-50 by Jehu and Jane Adaline (Burnett) Stokely, burned Monday afternoon, February 28, during a violent thunderstorm.
|221||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Funeral services were held in the gymnasium of Cocke County High School in honor of its principal, Larry Williams. CCHS administration and staff paid their respects to Williams. Two football helmets were placed atop his casket during the services.
|222||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Members of the CCHS softball team, dressed in their uniforms, watch as the body of CCHS Principal and former softball coach Larry Williams is taken from the school's gymnasium. In the background are Williams' wife Kim Williams and mother
Ima Kate William
|223||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Lt. Gen. Hubert G. Smith, U.S. Army (Ret.), right, accepts the 2011 Celebrate Our Success award from Dr. Rich Lloyd, left, Cocke County Education Foundation Chairman.
|224||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Ronnie Hommel and Laura Forbes have lots to smile about these days. In February, Forbes donated a kidney to her uncle in an operation conducted at Vanderbilt Hospital. The two returned to their Parrottsville homes four days later.
|225||(C) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Houston Fancher, Leah Lewandowski (social studies), Kristin Giles (English), Christopher Huff (math), and Tate Messer (science), Cocke County Director of Schools Manney Moore and Cocke County Schools Curriculum Supervisor Kathy Holt
|226||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Cocke County Director of Schools Manney Moore, left, Cocke County Schools Curriculum Supervisor Kathy Holt, center, and Cocke County Instructional Supervisor Dr. Shannon Grooms examine data for Cocke County students in grades 3-8's 2010 TCAP scores.
|227||(C) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Wilbur West, well-known Cocke County educator, will be honored Sunday with a reception at Cocke County High School. He retired recently after nearly 50 years of service to Cocke County's schools. With West is his long-time secretary Sheila Pruitt.
|228||(C) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
From left are West's wife Brenda, West, Dr. Bill Snodgrass, District Director of Roe's office, and Cocke County Director of Schools Manney Moore.
|229||(C) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Unavee Fowler, left, was honored Saturday with a party at Harned's Chapel United Methodist Church in celebration of her 90th birthday. Parrottsville Mayor Mary Keller, right, presented Fowler with a proclamation.
|230||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Reba Williams, right, was a special guest at Friday's concert by Newport native Luke Grooms, left, at First United Methodist Church. Grooms' career has included singing with the Metropolitan Opera and in the Broadway show Phantom of the Opera. Williams' l
|231||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY KATIE PITTSER|
|232||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY KATIE PITTSER|
|233||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY KATIE PITTSER|
Pictured from left are William Amos Harvey, Junior Williams, J.C. Holt, J.C. Williams, James H. Valentine, Sr., and Toy Reece.
|234||(c) 2011 NPT PHOTO BY SETH BUTLER |
CCHS sophomore Claire Walker was crowned 2011 Baseball Homecoming Queen in a Saturday afternoon ceremony prior to the first pitch between Cocke County and Cosby. She is the daughter of Eddie and Cindy Walker.
|235||(c) 2011 PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Rev. Ransom Hall, son of 'Singing Sam' Hall, will share memories of his father's legacy shape note singer and singing school teacher at Sunday's inaugural Music in the Mountains celebration at the Cosby Visitors Center. The event begins at 2 p.m.
|236||(c) 2012 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Rhonda Evans is co-owner of the Jewelry Connection along with her mother, Mary Pitner. This old green cabinet with original crazed paint is one of the antique styles that Mary likes to collect. Her specialty area is primitive American and folk art.
|237||(C) 2012 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Virtia Henderson of Edwina celebrated her 94th birthday on Friday, February 10. She is the daughter of the late Calvin and Ellen McMahan and was born in Sevier County.
|238||(C) 2012 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Nannie Tennessee Hale celebrated her 101st birthday on Friday. She was born February 17, 1911 in Edwina, a daughter of the late Robert and Lola (Clevenger) Gray, and is the widow of Alan Hale. She remains very active with the Cocke County Senior Citizens.
|239||(C) 2012 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL |
Bill Landry renewed his friendship with Wilma Proffitt, center, on Saturday, when he signed copies of his new book Appalachian Tales & Heartland Adventures at the Newport/Cocke County Community Center. At left is Proffitt's daughter Marilyn Benson.
|240||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Frank Strickler is at home on the farm-the former Allen farm off Epley Road where he lives with his wife Bernice. The old chicken house can be seen in background at left and across Cosby Highway, his apartment complex.
|241||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Circuit Judge Ben W. Hooper II gives the oath of office to new Attorney General Jimmy Dunn, at right, who was at the Cocke County Courthouse with his wife, Karene, on Friday morning. Judge Hooper swore in all office holders who were elected this year to c
|242||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
The couch on which accident victim Chucky Finchum was sleeping when struck by a truck is seen in this Monday morning photo off Hwy. 411. Finchum's older brother, Pilk Finchum, said the truck plowed through the house, hitting and killing Chucky Finchum. Dr
|243||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL |
The Giles family that owns Giles Auto Parts gets together for a last time at the 205 East Broadway store: Darrell and Luzella Giles, and their son, Rusty. The new store opens on Monday one block west.
|244||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
The 56-inch whirling saw makes quick work out of logs. The log carriage dates to the 1940s, when Bryant & Pack operated a saw mill.
|245||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Waldo Freeman is very much alive and enjoys traveling and retirement.
|246||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
From left are Bobby Stinson, D.C. Ramsey, O'Dell, Sheriff Strange, Billy Wayne Moore, and Tunney Moore. Cocke County Mayor Iliff McMahan attended the celebration and congratulated O'Dell, who worked in government with Mayor McMahan's father, the late Ilif
|247||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Jennifer Freeman has gone from taking orders for eggs and bacon at the Waffle House to answering your insurance questions at Farm Bureau Insurance.
|248||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Many of you have stood in this same building but years ago when it was operated as the Coffee Pot Restaurant. The brick wall is original to the restaurant. Now, Debbie Johnson presents Deb's fashionable and designer clothing downtown in Newport.
|249||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Glenn and Serita Bible have been married about 42 years and live on land they have owned at Huff Hollow for more than 30 years.
|250||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL |
Taking a break at the Newport Quiznos are father and son, Robert and DeWayne Denton. Robert is retired from TVA and DeWayne manages the restaurant.
|251||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
W. C. Smith, of Parrottsville, has been in the well drilling business for more than 50 years and at age 77 doesn't plan to quit just yet. In the background is his home since 1950.
|252||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Judge Rex Henry Ogle, who has been serving the Fourth Judicial District circuit as a criminal court judge since 1990, spoke to the Newport Kiwanis Club last Tuesday at the Holiday Inn.
|253||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DEBORAH FALK|
Charlotte Leibrock, candidate for state representative, visits with Bobby Seay, owner of Seay's Country Store in Del Rio at the Thursday night Republican Party rally at City Park.
|254||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Attending the first planning meeting Monday evening for the 2006 Parrottsville Heritage Days were, from left, front row, Tim Kearns, Nancy Balch, Judy Reed, Aileen Barger, and Pat Gilbert. Standing, from left, Liz Talley, Betty Smith, Thad Balch, Elisa Br
|255||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Kristen Renae Ball, center, daughter of Darrell and Freda Ball, was crowned Senior Miss Harvest Queen of the Newport Harvest Street Festival on Saturday. Look for full coverage of the pageants and festival in Wednesday's edition.
|256||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Dr. and Mrs. Fred M. Valentine Jr., left, presented a donation to the Baptist Health System Foundation during a dinner meeting Friday in Newport. On hand to accept the gift was Terry Morgan Upshaw, third from left, Baptist Health System Foundation preside
|257||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Members of Wilma Dykeman's family enter the sanctuary of Newport's First Baptist Church on Friday morning for Dykeman's funeral service.
|258||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY STEVE BLANCHETT|
Ruby Presnell, at right, is recovering from being diagnosed in the late stages of Alzheimer's disease and is enjoying taking a stroll with her husband, Kenneth, center, and grandson, Randell Keys Jr. Kenneth Presnell says the recovery is due to eating two
|259||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY STEVE BLANCHETT|
Cocke County Sheriff Claude Strange takes questions from the Cocke County Legislative Body's Finance Committee concerning the proposed sheriff's department's budgets for 2006-07.
|260||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY STEVE BLANCHETT|
Cocke County Circuit Court Judge Ben Hooper II is shown making a plea to the Cocke County Legislative Body to do something about the Cocke County Detention Center's facilities and inmate conditions at the CLB meeting in the Cocke County Courthouse on Mond
|261||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY STEVE BLANCHETT|
Cocke County Circuit Court Judge Ben Hooper II spoke to the Cocke County Justice Center Committee at the Courthouse Annex on Monday about the need for a new justice center. From left are Cocke County Mayor Iliff McMahan Jr., Cocke County Sheriff Claude St
|262||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY STEVE HARBISON|
Jennifer Smith has not worked long as a waitress at Ruby Tuesday but she is all smiles and will soon be a new mom, too.
|263||(c)2006 NPT PHOTO BY WALT REESE|
L to R: Senator Ben Atchley, Governor Phil Bredesen, Commissioner of Veterans Affairs John Keyes, State Veterans Home Board Chairman Grover Poteet, and Knox County Mayor Mike Ragsdale cut the ceremonial ribbon to officially open the new veterans home in W
|264||(c)2006 NPT PHOTOS BY WALT REESE|
From left, Tyler, Taylor, Jamie and Bill McMahan anxiously await completion of a 16x30 foot above ground swimming pool. In the background, Tyson Randall and Kevin Hemry of Smoky Mountain Pools work feverishly to get the job done.
|265||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY BETTY MCMILLAN|
Mary Keller stands in the Parrott-LaRue-Myers Park, in Parrottsville, that she helped create.
|266||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Judge John Bell, who oversees general sessions and juvenile courts, explained his work to the Newport Kiwanis Club at the Newport Holiday Inn last Tuesday, during the club's noon meeting.
|267||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
A.R. and Betty Kyker have been married for more than 61 years and have lived near the WLIK Radio hilltop for most of those years. They are happy to greet the pear tree blooms this month.
|268||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
This bright red 1957 Bel Aire Chevrolet convertible is owned by Don Hopkins. Performance Exhaust recently did an exhaust system on the vintage car.
|269||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Rick Williamson was busy as sales manager at Great Rustic Furniture off Hwy. 411 in Sevierville, when I bumped into him days ago.
|270||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Standing in front of the former Artis "Rabbit" Suggs home off West Broadway are property owner Arvis Keys, at left, and Earl "Bunny" Jarnigan, Suggs' great nephew.
|271||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
The Evans home is off the Old Sevierville Highway-an area where Charlie Evans grew up. He and wife, Kate, take care of their invalid daughter at their home.
|272||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Jimmy Stokely stands in front of the window he painted at Learning Express across from the Plain Talk office, East Broadway in Newport.
|273||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Veteran Jimmy Frank Hill served the nation well for two decades after World War II in the Air Force. He has been retired since 1984.
|274||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Darius Webb feels at home with his array of parts books, several feet of thick volumes that he has used for more than 30 years at Newport Auto Car Care Center.
|275||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
William Agee was honored on Monday night at National Bank of Tennessee. The retired bank president was surprised with a birthday party. National Bank Board Chairman Dr. Fred M. Valentine, left, and Bank President Keith Ketterman, right.
|276||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
People who drive along Carson Springs Road may have noticed the new brick red roof on the Jimmie and Lucille Hill home. Lucille told me that she and her late husband, Gene Nabors, built the house in 1951. There were few houses around. Hughey Smith was one
|277||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Dr. Rachel Ward helps [David Popiel] me strengthen my thighs on a leg extension machine at Premier Therapy located off West Broadway.
|278||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
At the Mary Keller home last week from left are Brenda Crum, Betty McMillan, Mary Keller, Charlene Cureton, Vickie Mason, and Sharon Bryant. My seat was at the far left.
|279||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Russell Ball, a retired Cocke County native, has owned his 1993 blue Cadillac since he bought it new and drives it regularly around Newport.
|280||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
One person died in this one-vehicle accident behind Blackwell's Tax Service in Newport this morning. The identity of the victim wasn't know at presstime.
|281||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Circuit Court Judge Ben W. Hooper II (back to camera) administers the oath of office to Newport Mayor Connie Ball and four members of the Board of Aldermen during ceremonies Tuesday morning at the courthouse. From left are Ball, his wife, Marsha; and Alde
|282||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Love Henderson, left, Criminal Justice instructor at Ben W. Hooper Vocational School, talks with Cocke County deputies CJ Ball, center, and Steve Johnson about an upcoming lesson for her students.
|283||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY DUAY O'NEIL|
Cocke County Sheriff Claude Strange congratulates Lt. Ron Rice on his promotion to Cocke County Chief Deputy on Friday.
|284||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY RICK HOOPER|
Dan Ford, who plans to run for state representative, receives his petition last week from Cocke County Administrator of Elections Joyce Slagle.
|285||(c)2007 NPT PHOTO BY STEVE ZIMMERMAN|
All the award winners from Tuesday night's Cocke County Partnership Volunteer of the Year Award banquet at City Park are pictured following the ceremony.They are, front row from left to right, Nancy Bryant, Chris Aldridge, Susan Clevenger, Tina Kilgore, J
|286||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Danny Bryant, owner of A-Z Rental, stands behind his father, Edwin Bryant, a veteran or World War II and a man who has witnessed much in his 85 years.
|287||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
With Mary Nelle are, at left, granddaughter Gina Gentry of Jonesborough, and daughter, Annette Russell, at right, of Newport. No matter what time of day, Mary Nelle's children are always with her at the homeplace off Musterfield.
|288||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Tim and his mother, Dorothy Dockery, are so close they share the same birthday, February 10. You may have worked with her at Enka years ago. Tim just completed 14th years as Newport Parks & Recreation director.
|289||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Folks hoping to start a career as a truck driver can find some good training at Smokey Mtn. Trucking off Hwy. 411 between Newport and Sevierville. Russ and Nikki Singletary [operate a] training school serving Cocke County.
|290||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Bobby Gene Messer, at left, is with his pastor, Bill Murr, of Piney Grove Baptist Church, some years ago on a visit to the Holyland. In the background are the pyramids in Egypt. The photo was made before Messer became ill
|291||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Honey bees have been packing the hives full of honey. The bee population has declined drastically over the past several decades but the remaining ones are as busy as ever.
|292||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
his trailer perched on a hilltop off Hwy. 25E may have gone the way of the hill this month, as Tommy Crowder prepares the land for commercial use.
|293||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
At their home among roses off Jones Circle on Saturday morning are Jeff Lillard and Wanda Stanley. She is the daughter of the late Rufus McGaha, of Cosby, and Pauline Green.
|294||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
The Broasted Chicken hasn't changed much during the past 18 years located next to the Stranges' house off Knoxville Highway between I-40 and Douglas Lake.
|295||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Lillie Strange is usually in her recliner near the front door of the Broasted Chicken. She uses an erasable board to talk since she lost her voice.
|296||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Two ex-cons, Joe Bacon, at left, and Spanky Keller relax on a bench in front of US Bank minus its pear tree shade. They are both ex-constables having served many years in law enforcement during the 1970s and 1980s.
|297||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
At 65, John Keller keeps busy despite a slight handicap. He volunteers and assists Junior Hommel at the weigh shack at the sand and gravel business.
|298||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
John Keller is accustomed to heavy equipment, having started driving trucks when he was 12 years old in Newport. He helps oversee Junior Hommel's rock and sand business off Knoxville Hwy.
|299||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Back in March, Henry Styles, at left, was placing an order for steel roofing with Willie Stokely, of East Tenn. Metal, off Highway 321 near Parrottsville.
|300||(c)2008 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL|
Kenneth Presnell and wife, Ruby, who suffers with Alzheimer's disease, relax on the couch at their home not far from Jones Cove. They have collected country music photos and albums for decades.