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I Bath County News,Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper , Jan. 26, 2011 3 I OBITUARIES F i Sarah Elizabeth Jones Ferguson T .unera!. Home mmSalt Jimmy Lee Gilland David Allen Black i LICK wln ras~or xerry ~ - Jimmy Lee ~lllana, l)avlo ~umn I~IaCK, I~, i Wells officiating. Burial ............ I ~ ,, ...... 60, of Saltwell Road, Mt oI ~an~a ~arDara, w~ l IOuOWeo a~ ~ne ~rassy _ . . .~ . ~ ,. ~.. ~terling passea away anaiormeriyoz~al~ ,aCK, i Creek Cemetery in , i Morgan County. On-line Tuesday, January 18, passed away vionaay 2011 at his residence January l7,2011 i memorial and guestbook . | available at www He was born in Rock Born September 14, | powellfhsaltlick com " Island, Illinois on July 1931 at Salt Lick, KY the ii --" ................ 28, 1950 the son of the son of the late William 't Delina Elizabeth Haddix late Leslie William Walter and Melva Delina Elizabeth and Lavonne K. Sharp Haddix, 84, of Hawkins Gilland. He was a self Drive, Mt. Sterling eml~loy, ed carpenter and passed away Sunday, a member of the Freewill January 23, 2011 at the Baptist Church. Sarah Elizabeth St. Joseph Hospital in He is survived by Jones Ferguson, 51, of Lexington, Kentucky. his wife, Diane Harder 14 Willow Street, Mt. She was born in Bowen, Gilland of Mt. Sterling; Sterling, KY, passed. Kentucky on September three sons, Jimmy away Friday January 16, 1926 the daughter of Lee Gilland, Jr. of 14, 2011 at St. Joseph the late Albert and Effie Terre Haute, IN, Chris Hospital-Mt. Sterling. Spencer Morton. She Gilland of Pennsylvania Born October 8, 1959 was a homemaker, a and Jamie Gilland at Jackson, MS, she was member of the Gateway of Mt. Sterling, KY; the daughter of the late Christian Church three daughters, Robyn Dewtie and Willie Lynn and was the widow Renee Francis of Great PrestageJones.Shewasa of Willliam Andrew Wakering, England, homemaker and attended Haddix. Kimberlee Ann Byers the Pomroyalton Union She is survived by of Monroe, MI and Julie Church. two sons, Mike (Bobble) Belle Wright of Mt. Survivors include Haddix and Randy Sterling; two brothers, her husband, Cecil Haddix both of Mt. William "Bud" Anthony Ferguson, 3 daughters, Sterling; two brothers, of Rock Island, IL and Lisa Zimmerman of Buford Morton of Mt. George AnthonyofIowa; Hartford, IN, Stacy Sterling and Morgan three sisters, Beverly Saintignon of Texas Morton of Lexington, Dennison of Rock Island, and Jessica Ferguson KY; one sister, Eva Duff IL, Fredia Rose Carlyle of Mt. Sterling, KY, 4 of Owingsville, KY; two off Milan, IL and Ramona sons, Eric Ferguson, grandchildren, Chris Peterson of Milan, IL; Jason Ferguson and Lee (Tammie) Haddix of ten grandchildren, Kayla SaintignonallofMuncie, Mt. Sterling and Kim Diane Byers, Amber IN and Dalton Ferguson Haddix(Herbie) Strange Nicole Byers, Autumn of Mt. Sterling, KY, 4 of Chillicothe, OH; four .Alexandria Byers, Sisters, Faye Parker and great grandchildren, KaitlynDanielleFrancis, Carolyn Jones both of Cody Strange, Kyle Nathan Alexander Pearl, MS, KathyWallace Strange, Will Haddix Francis, Christopher of Texas and Nellie and Harrison Haddix. Justin Rollier, 'Jakob SullivanofMurfreesboro, Funeral services will Ryan Griffin, Kaylee TN, 5 brothers, Billy be 2 PM, Wednesday, Elianna Wright, Jones of Texas, James January 26, 2011 at Brittania Gilland and Jones and Charles Jones the Taul Funeral Home Sarah Gilland. Several both of Pearl, MS, Nolan Chapel with Rev. Glenn nieces and nephews also Jones of Morton, MS and Emery officiating and survive. Jessie Jones of Forrest, burial following in the Private family MS. Also surviving are Machpelah Cemetery. services will take place several grandchildren. Pallbearers were Lloyd in Rock Island, Illinois Services were ~ - T ~ ~~ ...... a~at4X, Ron Terry, at ~,.later time~- Taul conducted tm~ay~. ' .~ Fun~hT~' Home-~ ~f Mt. 2~ .................. ~ Allen, Jake ." ....... ~; January 18, 011 at Hartgrove, PhilMurphy, Sterlin'~'~were~: charge 10:00 AM at Powell and Manual Duncan. of arrangements McClain Black, he was a graduate of Salt Lick High School in 1950, a retired computer technician and a United States Air Force veteran. Survivors include 2 sisters, Nellie Thomas of Walton, KY and Clara Wood of Fort Lauderdale, FL and 1 brother, Jimmy Black of Salt Lick. No local services are scheduled. Mr. Black will be cremated and his remains scattered at sea at a later date. Obituary submitted by Powell Funeral Home of Salt Lick. Photo submitted by Walter Bailey Water Dell Mill, located on the Wyoming Road, was first built around 1810, the power being supplied by a log dam across Slate Creek. Reverend Asa Maxey, the fa- mous preacher, then a carpenter, helped to build this dam and raise this mill. The mill was operated for many years by Judge A.J. Ewing from whose estate the prop- erty was acquired in 1903 by the late J.B. Goodpaster, who in 1908 constructed the concrete dam across Slate, Oscar Palmer being the contractor. After his death it was operated by the late B.M. Goodpaster until his death. Community Calendar January 27 Gateway House, the homeless shelter in Morehead, and DOVES of Gateway, the local domestic violence shelter in Morehead, are hosting a Resource Fair on Thursday, January 27th from 9 am to 4 pm at the United Methodist Church in Morehead. Both shelters low-income and homeless individuals to learn about services and programs in their . area. Participants will be offered a free lunch as well as coats, hats, gloves and hygiene kits while supplies last. Free blood pressure tests and glucose screenings will also be offered. Come between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for free HIV testing. For more information, call Gateway House at 606-784-2668. January 31 The Bath County Cooperative Extension Service will offer a series of classes called "A Matter of Balance" beginning on January 31st from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon at the Bath County Ag Center at 2914 East Highway 60. Classes will meet on Mondays and Thursdays through February 24th and are free. As we age, we are more likely to 10se our balance and be at a higher risk for falls. A Matter of Balance teaches participants how to increase lower body strength and improve balance through a series of exercises, and also teaches other ways to prevent falls. To register for the classes or for more information, contact Martha Perkins, County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences with the Bath Co. Extension Service at 674-6121. February 3 The Bath County Woman's Club will be holding a Family Night on February 3,2011 at 6:00 p.m. at the Methodist Ray Fellov(ship Hall. All members are to bring a covered dish, and a family member or friend~ There will be a speaker at the event. If any one has any questions you may call Eva Orme President of the Woman's Club at 606-674-6758. February 26 The second annual Northeast Kentucky Beekeeping School is scheduled for Saturday, February 26 in Morehead at the Adron Doran University Center on" the campus of Morehead State University. You may pre-register at a cost of $15 for this event by contacting the Bath County Extension Office at 606-674-6121 or regi$~er!~t the door for a cost of $20 from 8:00-9:00 AM. Registration incl~es lunch and refreshments. The~e~me.begi~sab-~..00 AM with Classes and Ver~dor Displays frem~~0".4)0 AM- ~ 3:30 PM. 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