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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 18, 2013 - 3 JESSE J. SANTFANT BETIY JEAN SHULTZ WILLIAMS JERRY DALE CECIL of Evergreen Court, Mt. Sterling, passed away Monday, April 15, 2013 at the St. Joseph- Mt. Sterling Hospital. He was born in Oran- geville, Ohio on Feb- ruary 4, 1925, the son of the late Joseph and Mary Cassidy Sant- rant. He was retired from Packard Electric in Warren, Ohio. He was a member of the Vernon United Method- ist Church in Vernon, Ohio, Jerusalem Lodge # 19 in Hartford, OH, Valley Of Youngstown in Youngstown, Ohio and 717 Electrical Workers of Warren, Ohio. He was the wid- ower of Ellen Siekkinen Santfant. He is survived by a son, Paul (Charlene) Santfant of Mt. Ster- ling; four nieces and one nephew; very special friends, Anthony and Carolyn Ferrell and the Emerson Ferrell family of Frenchburg, as well as a host of friends that touched his life in many ways. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m Fri- day, April 19, at the Kinsman Cemetery in Hartford, Ohio. Taul Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. WII2ARD CORNWELL Willard .Cornwell, husband of Anna Fay Riddle Cornwell, passed away Monday, April 8, 2013. He was a 76 year old native of Menifee County, son of the late Cleatis and Parenta Mullins Cornwell, a re- tired truck driver and a member of the Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, he is survived by three sons, Larry Dean (Debra) Cornwell of Farmers, Bryan and Foley Cornwell, both of Winchester; two daugh- ters, Rebecca Francis Cornwell of Richmond and Haley Henderson of Winchester; four stepdaughters, Sherry (Eddie) Cornwell of Me- nifee County, Monna (Buddy) Jarman and Kimberly (Eugene) Markland, both of Jef- fersonville, and Peggy (Arthur Jr.) Johnson of Mt. Sterling; a stepson, Douglas (Trish) Blake- man of Lexington; a brother, Lonnie (Lo- retta) Cornwell of Jef- fersonville; and several grandchildren, great- grandchildren,nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a son, Ken- neth Cornwell, a step- son, Barry Blakeman, three sisters and two brothers. His funeral was held Thursday, April 11, at Herald & Stewart Home for Funerals with burial in Byrd Cem- etery. Herald & Stewart Home for Funerals was in charge of arrange- ments. HELEN WARREN Helen Warren, 87, of Marion, Indiana passed away Sunday, March 24, 2013 at Marion General Hospital. She was a Bath County na- tive, and was daughter to the late Virgil and Georgia Wright. She is survived by her husband, Claude '!Top" Warren; one sister, Mary Lou Warren of Owingsville; one broth- er, Morgan Wright of Salt Lick. She had no children, but several nieces and nephews survive as well. She was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Jim Wright of Middle- town, Ohio and Donald "Squeak" Wright of Salt Lick. Funeral Service were held Thursday, March 28 at Needham-Sto- rey-Wampner Funeral Service, Marion, Indi- ana, with Rev. Dr. Tom Mansbarger officiating. Burial was in Grant Memorial Park, Mari- on. Owingsville Banking Company photo by Cecil Lawson Jimmie Neal Robinson and Mike Jones neared the end of their round trip of Main Street In Owlngsville repainting curbs in preparation for spring and upcoming May Day. Williams, 83, of Mt. Sterling, died Thurs- day morning, April 11, 2013 in Lexington. She was born on January 9, 1930, in Bath County to the late Leslie and Mary "Poadie" Blevins Shultz. Betty Jean moved to Montgomery County from Lexington in 1990 and was a member of Rolling Hills Church of Christ. She retired from Curtis Meat Shop in Lexington where she worked as a clerk and delivery driver. Betty Jean enjoyed UK Bas- ketball, Cincinnati Reds Baseball, being a secret pal at church, and read- rag. Survivors include; two sons, Leslie Williams (Tammy) of Mt. Sterling and Robert Allen Wil- liams (Lisa) of Lexing- ton; one daughter, Jack- ie Van Winkle (Buram) of Lexington; two sisters, "Jo" Davis (Bobby) of Mt. Sterling and Carolyn Cline (Johnny) also of Mt. Sterling; a sister-in- law, Bethel Shultz of Mt. Sterling; seven grand- children and many great grandchildren. In addition to her par- ents, she was preceded in death by her brother, James Shultz. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 16 61 of Mize, retired from - Rockwell International as a machinist depart- ed this life Wednes- day, April 10, 2013. He was born December 17, 1951 in Frenchburg. He was a member of the Old Grassy Christian Church in Mize. Surviving are his parents, Charles Cecil Jr. and Betty Stamper Cecil of Mize; two sons, Kenneth Cody Cecil, and Chad and Mea- gan Lawson, both of Winchester; a brother, Kenny and Sheila Cecil of Frenchburg; and one grandson, Landon Gage Lawson. Funeral services were held Sunday, April 14, at Herald & Stewart & Halsey Chapel with Bro. Harry Flannery of- ficiating. Burial was in the Grassy Lick Cem- etery. Herald & Stewart & Halsey Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. at Rolling Hills Church .of Christ, with Minister Dan Murphy officiating. Burial was in Mach- pelah Cemetery. Coffman - Adams Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements MELODY JOSEPHINE CONLEY Melody Josephine Conley, age 48, of Heri- tage Place, Morehead, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday, April 9, 2013, at her home. Born July 18, 1964, in Morgan County, Ken- tucky, she was a daugh- ter of the late Hershell B. and Virginia Jo Brown CoNey. Melody is survived by two daughters, Virginia Rose CoNey Fraley and husband Joshua Allen of Morehead, and Cas- sandra Hope McGuire Perkins and husband Justin, of Clearfield; three sisters, LaWa- nna Denise CoNey of Clearfield, Pamela Dawn CoNey Brown and husband Ricky of Morehead, and Tam- my Sue Conley Evans and husband Gregory of Salt Lick; six grand- ROBERT W. "DUDE" VICE Robert W. "Dude" Vice, 91, of Owingsville, passed away Friday, April 12, 2012. He was the son of the late Ed- gar Wayne Vice and Mamye Vice. He was a farmer, salesperson sons, Camerin, Landin, at Amburgey's Farm Aydin, and Braedin Supply, and a member Fraley, and Kolton and of the Owingsville First Dillon Perkins; several nieces, nephews, cous- ins, aunts, uncles, and many friends, including special friends, Mike and Eva Gamble, Tam- my and Jim Hamric, and KaiLa Donahue She was a homemaker and enjoyed reading, painting, and spending time with her family, especially her grandchil- dren. Funeral services were conducted Friday, April 12, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals Me- . morial Chapel with Pas- tor David Gifford offici- ating. Burial followed in the Clearfield Cemetery. Nortlicutt & Son Homes for Funerals was in charge of arrange- ments. Church of God. He is survived by two daughters, Nancy Pel- frey and Juanita (Lee) Shuler, both of Owings- ville; two sisters, Lola Yaden of Lexington, and Ada Thornsburg of Owingsville; two grand- children, Reed (Crystal) Fields of Owingsville, and Robert L. Pelfrey of Georgetown; and three great grandchildren, Carrie Davis, Jordan Abrams, and Morgan Blevins. He was preceded in death by his wife, Pau- line Vice. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 16, at Richardson Funeral Home, with Reverend Anthony Anderson and Reverend Lowell Rice officiating. Burial was in Owingsville Cem- etery. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Golden Rule Vinyl Crowning Queen Nancy Barber at the 1957 Horse Show One of the reasons for having a May Day Queen was to provide a Queen for the Horse Show. For many years, Representative Carl Perkins crowned the May Day Queen. After the crowning ceremony, horse show announcer Jimmy Richardson would invite Rep. Perkins to say a few words to the crowd about his favorite subject, ihe,Tobacco Program. Rep. Perkins would often, however, say more than a few words. Serving the Financial Needs of Bath County MEMBER Since 1893 I r I I~1 I