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Linda C. Carter, 57, Mt. Sterling, passes away Linda Sue Cassidy Carter, age 57, of Ronameki Drive in • Mt. Sterling, passed away Wednesday, May 26, 2004, at her residence. Born March 12, 1947, in Montgomery County, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth and Lucille McCarty Cassidy. She is survived by her hus- band, James F. Carter; two sons, David and Jimmy Carter, both of Mt. Sterling; two grand- children, Emilie and Zane Carter; four sisters, Gall Nickels of Lawrenceburg, Betty Crouch and Patty Kissick Shirley, both of Lexington and Betty Varner of Somerset; and one brother, Kenneth Cassidy of Mt. Sterling. Funeral services were held at 2 p•m. Saturday, May 29, 2004, at Herald and Stewart Chapel in Mt. Sterling, with Tony Anderson officiating. Burial was" in Machpelah Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Wayne Crouch, Bill Varner, Mike Nickels, Kevin McNabb, Kelly Murphy and Donnie Price. Carlton Lee Ulery, 80, Salt Lick, passes away at his residence Carlton Lee Ulery, age 80, of Vanlandingham Road in Salt Lick, passed away Thursday, May 27, 2004, at his residence. He was a native of Bath County and a retired carpenter for Morehead State University• He was the husband of Dorothy Kincaid Ulery for 57 years and a member of the Slate Valley Christian Church• Born May 29, 1923, she was the daughter of the late Leroy and Irene Goodpaster Ulery. Besides his wife, he is sur- vived by two daughters, Mary Owingsville. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one broth- er, Earl Ulery. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 30, 2004, at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home, in Owingsville, with the Rev. Willard Johnson officiating• Burial was in Hedricks Ceme- tery. Contributions can be made to Hedrick Cemetery and Moores Ferry Church of Christ. Wilson Reed, Jr., 75, Bath Co. native, passes away Wilson Reed, Jr., age 75, of Fayetteville, North Carolina, formerly of Owingsville, passed away Saturday, May 29, 2004, at his residence. He was a U.S. Army vet of the Korean War; a member of Northwood Temple, in Fayetteville and was retired from Armco Steel in Ashland, Kentucky. Survivors are his wife, Joan E Reed; son, Darrel Reed (wife, Adrienne) of Erlanger; two daughters, Donzelle Johnson (husband, Kevin, Sr.) and Datuita Townes, both of Fayetteville; one sister, Anna Lee Barrow of Ashland; eight grandchildren and three great- grandchildren• Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 2, 2004, at Jernigan-Warren Chapel, in Fayetteville, with Elder Tyrone Fitzpatrick, Pastor Eddie Wood and the Rev. Paul Johnson officiating. Burial was in Lafayette Memorial Park. Woodrow Wilson, 75, Frenchburg, passes away Woodrow Wilson, age 75, of Ruth 1:16 The Book of Ruth is said to be the greatest love story ever told• It tells of the love of two women, Naomi and Ruth. Ruth was a Moabitish woman, the wife of Mahlon, secondly of Boaz. The ancestress of David and of Jesus Christ, she is one of four women mentioned by Matthew in the genealogy of Jesus• Naomi and her husband and two sons had moved into the land of Moab because of a severe famine in Judah. While living in the land of Moab, Naomi's husband died. Her two sons, Mahlon and Chillon, took wives of the Moabites• Mahlon married Ruth. Chillon married Orpah. After ten years, all the men were dead. Naomi heard that there was plen- ty in the land of Judah now, so she decided to return home• She said to her two daughters-in-law, 'Whither Thou Goest' "Return each to your mother's house: the Lord will deal kindly with you." Then Naomi kissed the two young women. Orpah kissed her mother-in-law and returned home. But, Ruth stayed with Naomi. We hear her say, "Whither thou goest, I will go...thy people shall be my peo- ple, and thy God my God." So the two women, Naomi and Ruth, returned to the town of Bethlehem• Naomi had a kinsman of her husband's. His name was Boaz. Ruth found favor in the eyes of Boaz. After legal formalities had been concluded, Boaz took Ruth and she was his wife. She bore a son, and his name was called Obed. Obed became the father of Jesse, who was the father of David• The story, written some 3,200 years ago, portrays not only a manner of life, but sets the stage for Christian living today. Have you been able to say to God. "Whither Thou Goest I Will Go"? The call has come many times to persons down through the ages. Perhaps you have heard the call and did not answer• Perhaps you have heard the call and refused to answer. Perhaps you said in answering the call, "What will you have me to do?" Can you say, I will follow you all the way? We do riot know what tomorrow may bring. Ruth did know what lay ahead of her after she made the decision to return with Naomi. Little did she know what God had in store for her. But, she turned her face toward the future. She had a great courage. She turned her back on the past. She made Naomi's God her God, Naomi's people her people, Naomi's lodging place her lodg- the way, and that is wllal !':/|1 We, too, are called to way. When one says/' God, a change takes start inn new direcfiol. IB walking toward a great li'll a light that gets brighter along our way. Jesus is of the world. The closer to Him, the brighter becomes. Like Ruth, let us sin" - !tl Seas "It may not be on Piet tain's height, .; , Tan Or over the stormy se h It may not be at the  I, Hal front, My Lord will have me. But if by a still small' calls To paths I do not I'll answer, dear my hand m Thine,  I'll go where You ing place. She wanted to go all go." Looking to purchase t three sons, Willie Wilson of Mariba, Kentucky; David Wilson and Eddie Wilson both of Frenchburg; two daughters, Patricia Ann Crawford of Waco, Kentucky and Linda Sue Griggs of Olympia; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one grand- daughter, Andrea Wilson. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 30, 2004, at the Frenchburg First Church of God, with the Rev. Herman Chambers officiating• Burial was in Egelston Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Don Cody; Troy Lawson; Jack Lawson; Isom Clemens; Dan Crawford; Norman Swartz; Derek Gross; Ricky Baxter; William Wilson; David Wilson; Eddie Wilson; and Carl Griggs. Honorary pallbearers were Sam Swartz; Ray Wells; Paul Stapleton; Sam Jones; and Herbert Howard. The Taul Funeral Home, in Mt. Sterling, was in charge of arrangements. Send Cards of Thanks to P.O. Box 577, Owingsville Sherburne Christian Church or refinance? I (Does Not Include Insurance or Taxes) 4.99"1, Interest Rate- 5. Based on loan amount of $100,000, 80% LTV, est. PI $663.44 roles Conv 3 yr. Fixed Rate, Rate__Certain Ouar aliftl!  4,50*/0 Fixed Rate- 4.913°/o APR " F' Based on loan amou of $125,000, 80"/o LTV, est.R$96039,nl$ 'r ': Cmv•15yr'FlxIFla'RaSutal°Incrm'CImQuali1[,,,ure Farmers Banking Cente  Whit,Ta'bit  o,,,o .'1 ,  rn W Its j Country Breakfast Bu00,, will be held ' UleryPurvis, of Moores Ferry Frenchburg, passed away Homecoming_ Services O from 8 to 11. 'neli"°°, and Carol Ann Ulery Caskey Thursday, May 27, 2004, at the " Saturday, Ju for (husband, Doug) of Winchester; llrC Mad;-m • " ,-- ; v'--"" Center in al,l  ra two granddaughters, Kitubetly '* .:-,:.  ......  June e. 9_004 • . Lexlnglon• , Purvs Draper (husband, Jeff) of ....... 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III d to Church of Chrtst Country Ham Bible Scho00i0000 (husband, Chad) ville; one Isabella Faith Owingsville; grandchildren, Elizabeth and Jeff Draper of Lexington; one brother, Billy Scott Ulery (wife, Peggy) of Summitville, Indiana; and one aunt, Neva Barber of June 6-10, 2004 Speaker: Roger Johnson of Columbus, Georgia rerne: "Let Your Light So Shine" SERMON TOPICS Sunday - Covered Dish Lunch at 12:15 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - Teach Us to Pray 10:50 a.m.- The CoveriRg of Sin 6:00 p.m.- How to Enjoy Life Monday - Sitting at the Feet of Cornelius Tuesday- God in a "Box" Wednesday- Living in an X-rated Society Thursday- When I Get Home (Monday through Thursday Services begin at 7 p.m.) Everyone Invited/ o, Ban00erSt Owing,vi,,e K, ,.,_____,_,____. ureamast ,. at East Fork Church of .,,"' The family of Shannon Thomas Patton would like to -thank every- one for their love, kindness and prayers during our tragic loss. Thanks to the Country Boys Band and Larry Wheeler who held the benefit May 21, 2004 at the Wildcat Den. Thanks to all who donated, helped and all who came out in support. A special thanks to my morn, Bea Warmouth, who has carried me through. "I love you mommy." The people who knew Shannon were blessed and those who didn't I feel sadness for he was a great man, a good friend, a wonderful husband and the best daddy. Again, thanks to so many and may God bless all of you and all of us. Tammy, Noah & Jacob Patton O M contact D/anna Crockett \\; at " " , Polksville t Church of N Saturday Night, June .fCdl' ii@" at 7:00p.m. 1"" Singing By: ' "The Way of The Cross" Pastor Tommy Reynolds and Welcomes Eoenjone! Please come and bring family and  Enjoy a night of praise and fello  in the Lord! i