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Ewell T. Wightman, 53 of Owingsville, passes away Ewell Thomas "Tommy" Wightman, age 53, of Stepstone Road in Owingsville, passed away Friday, May 14, 2004, at his residence. " Mr. Wightman was a native of 'Bath County and an employee of Leggett and Platt, Inc. of Winchester. Born March 31, 1951, he was the son of Austin Wightman and iate Lillie Grace Lyons Wightman. Besides his father, survivors are one daughter, Becky Bryant of Mt. Sterling; one son, Tucker Wightman of Owingsville; three grandchildren; two sisters, Wanda Setters of Camargo and :Mary Williams of Mississippi; two brothers, C.W. Wightman and Preston Wightman, both of Owingsville; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Monday, May 17, 2004, at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home in Owingsville, with the Rev. David Crouch officiating. Burial was in Owingsville Cemetery. Nancye R. Conyers, 93 of Owingsville, passes away Nancye R. Conyers, age 93, of East Hwy. 60 in Owingsvillle, passed away Tuesday, May 11, 2004, at Edgewood Estates. She was the widow of John William Conyers and a native of Bath Coutlty. Mrs. Conyers was a member .f the Peeled Oak Christian hurch. i Born November 7, 1910, she as the daughter of late Jim and ora Kincaid Robinson. Survivors are one son, James ""OO " .t. n Conyers of Preston; Four daughters, Anna Jane icClure of Sherman, Texas, .lizabeth "Bib Jones, Mary 'tephens and Barbara Jo Rogers, all of OwinsviUe; I 'r"a'ndflid/eh, "'l  great-"--"d'- hildren; one great-great-grand- hild; four brothers, John Robinson and Pete Robinson, ,'both of Owingsville, Frank • Robinson of Marion, Indiana and Leonard Robinson of rkansas; one sister, Mary Lee oggett of Dayton, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. ", Besides her parents, she was ,'preceded in death by four sons, • Robert Conyers, Donald Conyers, Billy Conyers and enny Conyers; one grandson d two great-grandsons. . Funeral services were held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 004, at the Richie Hunt ?uneral Home in Owingsville, ith the Rev. Charles McGuire nd the Rev. Lowell Rice offici- ating. Burial was in Machpelah emetery in Mt. Sterling. :Sherry B. Franks, i53, Bath Co. native, :passes away in Ohio  Sherry Bromagen Frmks, age '3, of the Ohio Valley Nursing Home, passed away Tuesday, iMay 11, 2004, at the 7Meadowview Hospital in ?Maysville, Ky. ° Ms. Franks was a native of Bath County, born February 15, t951, to Imogene Williams ;Bromagen and James Robert ,'Bromagen. ," Besides her parents, survivors e one daughter, Jennifer North bf Dayton, Ohio; four sisters, .Sandy James of Wakefield, Indiana, Jane Bromagen of range Park, Florida, Laura eller of Xenia, Ohio and olleen Swartz of Winchester; tnd several nieces and nephews. •  Funeral services were held at p.m. Friday, May 14, 2004, at Rhe Richie Hunt Funeral Home • In OwingsviUe, with the Rev. atnck Bromagen officmtmg. urial was in the Longview emetery. Subscribe Today! Get all your hometown news delivered to your front door! 606-674-2181 Ib a) The Bath Juanita C. Jones, 73 of Owingsville, passes away Juanita Crouch Jones, age 73, of Slate Avenue in Owingsville, passed away Saturday, May 15, 2004, at her residence. She was the widow of Raymond Jones. Born September 6, 1930, to Gertrude Otis Crouch and the late Leslie "Buster" Crouch. Mrs. Jones was a housekeeper for Mary Chiles Hospital for 26 years and a five-year member of the Mary Chiles Hospital Auxiliary. She was a member of Owingsville Church of Christ. Besides her mother, survivors are three sons, Ronnie Norris (wife, Janice) of Mt. Sterling, Dennis Norris (wife, Wanda) of Sharpsburg and Roger 'q'ony" Norris of Kendall Springs; one daughter, Debbie Stigall (hus- band, Ronnie) of Owingsville; three brothers, Kenneth Crouch of Jeffersonville, Stanley Crouch of Bourbon County and Melvin Crouch of Sharpsburg; six sisters, Mary Frances Banks of Dayton, Ohio, O. Lucille Ingram of Blevins Valley; Ida Wayne Creech and Emma Lee Bailey, both of Owingsville, Barbara Ann Jones of Delaware and Virgaleen "Cookie" Buckler of Iowa. In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by a brother, James Crouch. Funeral services were held at 2 pm. Tuesday, May 18, 2004, at the Richardson Funeral Home in Owingsville, with Bro. George Rogers and the Rev. Charles McGuire officiating. Burial was in Owingsville Cemetery. Dorothy D. May, 90, Bath Co. native, passes away Dorothy D. May, age 90, of Lexington, passed away Sunday, May 16, 2004, at her residence. Born in Owingsville, she was the daughter of the late Charles Edward and Mary Ethel Webster. Ms. May was a retired Kentucky State Employee with the Revenue Cabinet. She is survived by a sister-in- law, Thelma Webster of Lexington; and friends, Terry and Nancy Diamond of Lexington. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 19, 2004, at Kendall Springs Cemetery in Owingsville, by the Rev. Don Frye. Contributions are suggested to the Kendall Springs Cemetery Fund in care of Maxine Jones, 3030 Kendall Springs Road, Owingsville, KY 40360. The believable, the dij 00icult, Luke 8:43-56 Mark 15:34 James 1:12 Our world suffers from bro- kenness and disease and needs die healing ministry of God. While Jesus was here among men he found himself pressed into a ministry of healing. The act of healing on Jesus' part was a demonstration of his authority on many occasions. Luke records the healing of the man in the synagogue. Jesus act is interpreted by the people as a sign of his authority. AS the result of this act, many. men came seeking him asking to be healed. He healed them all. We leam that those Jesus helped were so grateful that they provid- ed for Jesus and his disciples. Three separate instances of healing are recorded in Luke 8:25-56. We read the story of the man who was at one moment wild and the next moment calmed and in his right mind. Then follows the story of the woman who was healed by touching the hem of his garment. Following this is the story of Jairus' daughter being brought to life, (The story amazes us.) In each story the effect of his acts of healing is the same among Jesus' followers. The man of the Grasene wanted to tell everyone how much Jesus had done for him. The woman wanted to tell Jesus in the pres- ence of all the people what had happened to her. Perhaps Jairus wanted to tell everyone, but Jesus restrained him. FRIENDS AND RELATIVES It's time for contribu- tions • to the Old Virginia Cemetery in Peasticks in Owings- ville, Kentucky Con- tributions will be used to help keep the ceme- tery mowed and in neat condition. Contact: Ray Toy, Caretaker 606-674-2631 or 606-674-2341 the incredible Some of Jesus' miracles are Illness of spirit described at length. Others are much the same way described briefly. Jesus told the ness does. None woman, "Your faith has made least some crises oftheS you well." In contrast to the cannot hope to woman hidden in the crowd, miracles of Jesus' Jairus was a prominent man. He dead to life. Our failure recognized in Jesus the one true stand need not authority, meaning of the event. These stories of Jesus' mira- Perhaps we cles of healing give us a vague ing far below our sense of yearning. Is such heal- 2hrist. ing a put of our lives today? Our Health is a scientific minds cause us to be skeptical of miracles. But, mira- cles do happen today. I haveeen them happen. Can we understand the mean- ing of divine healing in our day? We must not rule out the possi- bility of genuine miracles. Many Christians can point to such acts of healing today. acle drags. The physical illness is brings to our minds Jesus' healings were signs of the kin breaking in Lakeview Community Church News Submitted by: Pastor James Allen "WHERE EVERY PERSON IS VALUED AND LOVED" Forty days after the resurrec- tion of Jesus, He returned to His place at the Right Hand of the Father in Heaven, where He intercedes for us. Ascension Sunday will be celebrated at The Lakeview Church Sunday morn- ing in an unusual meaningful service. Our sincere sympathy is extended to the family of Jacob Thompson. The entire church is lifting his family to the Lord in prayer during these very diffi- cult days. Mail Cards of Thanks to P.O. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 2nd Annual Owing,sv!!!e..,0ons.,, Club Fun Relay for Life For more information "1{( 4 1 contact Tom White, v Show Manager. RELAY 606-674-8964" FOR LIFE Shirley Donathan Relay for Life Captain 606-674-6590 "The Blessing of the Bikes.'" Ben & Bryan Memorial Relay for Life Ride Cash gifts for our graduates are being placed on their money tree every service. There are those among us who would like to transplant this wonderful tree in their own landscape when the present greenbacks are divided among the ten grads, at the June 6 reception. At the May Men's Fellowship, twenty-on e men met to discuss the new church. building on which work is soon to begin. Many of them have gone to the site since the bulldozer plete. Prayer time cial at this meeting. cious fried fish was also. The youth groUP up for a big Yard and Bake Sale 29. Many nice items donated alrq have been the best cooks ever to donate some goodies. at the OWINGSVILLE FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 320 Slate Avenue, Owingsville Sunday, May 23 at 2 p.m. SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES Upon Arrival - Coffee, Soft Drinks and Desserts 2:00 p.m.- Ben a Bryan Merorial Relay for Life Ride 5 p.m. Back to the Church for a Complimentary Cookout and Drawing for Prizes! youngs Valley Church Invites "Memory Sunday WE HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE! RIDE SAFELY! , i ii Come Help the Country Boys and Larry Wheeler with our Benefit for the Family of Shannon Patton May 21 from 6 to 11 at the Wild Cat Den Owingsville, Ky. IL "." - The Youngs Valley Church congregation invite you to our "Memory Sunday Service" oO 2004. We want to remember those who have our congregation, as well as other loved ones dear to each of us! We will have photos and rabilia displayed in the fellowship hall. Ever able to share special memories of their loved We have lost so many special people, and we to forget them. This Sunday will be a day of praise of our Lord; And of our loved ones who Him! Lunch will be served. We hope that you will with us in honor of your loved ones! Bring items may want to share. Please come and worship with us on "Memorial Sunday." Services will begin at 10 a.#" If you have  call 606-683-4776 or 2870. With our love and Bro. Jim Youngs Valley Your Invitation to a Benefit Country Su and Auction for Darrell & Eula Heath Hale Saturday, May22, 5 to 8 p.m. at the : Owingsville Fi Church of 320 Slate Avenue, Owingsville This event is sponsored by family, friends and churches. Eula Mae recently spent two months in East Hospital with serious complications followin{; The benefit is to help them with the financial crisis on by this extended hospital stay and expensive medications that she is Your help and support will be