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From: "Pat Brewer" <>
Subject: [ARIZARD-L] Re: Welcome Home
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 23:49:23 -0600
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Miss Bernie; When did you blow into town. We have missed you.
Give us a detailed list of all that you did.
Anyway glad you are back. Hope to leave around Sept. lst. Tra la
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bernie Moore-Knowles" <>
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Rodman?
> What a way to come back into the genealogy loop, right? If the Melbourne
> Times reported his given names accurately, then it looks to me like that
> C. was Elbert Calvin?
> That help, Mr. Forehead Typist aka Michael Condardo? Forehead Typist?
> Really now?
> >From the Melbourne Times, Thurs., August 10, 1978
> E. C. Rodman Dies at 89
> Well Known Izard County Banker
> Elbert Calvin Rodman, Calico Rock Banker, was claimed by death Saturday at
> the age of 89.
> He is one of Izard County's best Known and most respected citizens.
> He was a member of the United Methodist Church at Calico Rock and had been
> in the banking business most of his adult life.
> Mr. Rodman, well known in the Arkansas Bankers Association, entered the
> Bluff City Bank of Calico Rock in 1909 at the age of 21. In 1914, the
> City Bank merged with Peoples Bank and became the State Bank of Calico
> and he continued his employment there and soon was named cashier of the
> When the United States entered World War One in 1917, he answered the call
> of his country and entered military service. When the War ended, he
> returned to his former job at the State Bank of Calico Rock and continued
> serving there until his recent illness prior to his death.
> Mr. Rodman recently said that he knew of only one person in the state of
> Arkansas who had a more lengthy banking service tenure. In fact, from
> to 1978, he was with the same institution except the time he served in
> War One.
> He was a staunch supporter of civic clubs such as Lions, 4-H, and FHA. He
> served a number of years as secretary of Calico Rock School Board.
> His many worthwhile activities included sponsoring Boy Scouts, and
> a Bible Class at the Calico Rock Methodist Church.
> As a charter member of the Calico Rock Lions, he held a perfect attendance
> record since its formation in 1947. He has served as president of Calico
> Rock Lions and at one time or another has held almost every official
> position in the club.
> Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Mavis Frizzell of Houston, Texas, Two
> sisters, Mrs. E. E. Nisbett of Ok. City, Ok., and Mrs. Claudia Gleghorn of
> Santa Monica, Calif., and a grandchild.
> Funeral was at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church. Burial was
> Pineville Cemetery by Howard Funeral Home.
> Services were conducted by Bro. Charles Casteel.
> Pallbearers were Jack Perryman, George Hicks, E. E. McCormack, Paul Seay,
> David Wyatt and Eddie Milburn.
> Bernie Moore-Knowles
> Phoenix, Arizona - Papa'aola, Hawai'i
> "I have Indian blood in me. I have just enough White blood for you to
> question my honesty." ........Will Rogers
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Vera Reeves" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 2:31 PM
> Subject: [ARIZARD-L] 1930 RODMAN census AR index
> > > Hattie and Mavis I'm sure of. But I've seen E. Calvert, E. Calbert,
> > > Calvin. I think the "E" stood for Elbert. The "C" I'm still not quite
> > certain
> > > about. Doesn't look like the census taker was either.>
> > > =======================
> > Izard County Cemetery book
> > Pineville Cemetery
> > Rodman, Elbert Calvin
> > 29 Sep 1888 - 5 Aug 1978
> > m. 7 Jun 1916
> > note at the bottom of the page
> > s/o Walter C. and Martha C. Benbrook
> > ==== ARIZARD Mailing List ====
> > The US GenWeb site for Izard County can be found at:
> > http://www.pastracks.com/states/arkansas/izard/
> ==== ARIZARD Mailing List ====
> 1880 Izard County Census On-line at:
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