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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper June 05, 2014 - 3 OBITUARIES NORMAN KENNETH WALLACE BEATRICE ARNETI" ELAM MEREDITH MIDDLETON MCFARLAND one brother, Clinton Wal- lace of Clearfield; special niece, Barbara Ward who was like a sister to him; several nieces, nephews and extended family mem- bers; and his special dog, Lucy Liu. Norman served in the U.S. Army during the Viet- nam War era, managed the Red Head Oil Service Station, and was a route salesman for Dr. Pepper. He graduated from Rowan County High School and lace, age 74, of Dry Creek attended Morehead State Road, Clearfield, passed University, majoring in re- away Thursday, May 29, 2014, at St. Claire Regional Medical Center in More- head. Born October 12, 1939, in Rowan County, Norman was a son of the late Henry Cleveland Wallace and Elizabeth Jane Jones Wal- lace. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by seven brothers, Theo- dore, Charles, Austin, Cleve Jr., James, Homer, and Harold Wallace, and three sisters, Sadie John- son, Bertha Muche, and Vada Green. He is survived by his wife, Linda Jones Wallace, whom he married May 4, 1963; one son, Brian Wal- lace and wife Betty Jo of Clearfield; one daugh- ter, Marsha Wallace of Clearfield; three grand- children, Tara Utter, back, Andrea Wallace, and Ian Wallace; and four great grandchildren, Trevor, Justin, Destiny, and McK- insey Utterback. Other survivors include botics. He was active in the Rowan County Demo- cratic Party for 40 years. Norman played the man- dolin with the Bluegrass group, "The Soul Search- ers." An accomplished mandolin player, Norman also enjoyed listening to Bluegrass music and watching college basket- ball, especially the Louis- ville Cardinals. He was of the Baptist faith. Funeral services were conducted 2 p.m. Sunday, June 1, 214, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funer- als Memorial Chapel with the Rev. David Starcher and Bro. Dale Richmond officiating. Burial was in Brown Cemetery with mil- itary honors by Morehead American Legion Post 126. Arrangements were un- der the direction of North- cutt & Son Home for Fu- nerals in Morehead. View memorial tribute or signguestbook at www. northcuttandson.com know, not what is floating in the air. It is an environ- ment rife with paranoia on all sides as each side of the conflicts digs in a Oh, how the story has Telephone cont. from page 2. changed from person to person! That's how gossip works. That's how false rumors get started. That how things travel word of mouth and get changed in the process. little deeper into their own. We are human. We are +.enches for the lonofight +nrnlle to make.Aistak """ a]ae'ad *'.'; .............. * ...................... :  W have biases.'-Not al All of this is an exam- ple of the "the telephone game." Ifs a child's game, often played at school, per- haps not so much these days, although its princi- ples still apply in the inter- net age - especially so. The telephone game is simple. You need a large group of people, at least ten or more. The first time I encountered it, at More- head .State University, I was in a class of twenty one students. The first person whispers a story in the ear of person, and that person passes along the story to another, and that one to another person, and so on, in a circle, until the story comes back around to the first person. of us are good listeners. Not all of us are good com- municators. We can't pay 100% attention 100% of the time. Ewe are truly concerned about the truth, we con- sider what we have heard, we think about whether it holds water, and we learn to ask good questions to ferret out what is real from what is false. Getting at the truth de- pends on our commitment to truth, and our rigor in accepting nothing less than the highest standards of evidence in our pursuit of it. I ain't going anywhere - and you heard that straight from the horse's mouth! Obituaries are placed for flee. Send obituaries to tammy@kynewsgroup.com 5th Annual Bethel Farm Machinery CONSIGNMENT SALE Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. (Located between Mt. Sterling and Flemingsburg, KY on Hwy. 11 Veterans Memorial Hwy from 1-64 in ML Sterling, Exit 110, Lake Hwy 1i Northeast approximately 14 miles to the Auction. From Flemingsburg By-Pass, take Hwy 11 southwest approximately 15 miles to Auction.) Will have Farm Equipment, Tractors, Trailers, Trucks, Lots of Good Hay Equipment and much, much more LUNCH WILL BE SERVED TO CONSIGNER UNLOAD BY appointment until week of sale. Call Daniel, Sales Manager , (606)782-6166 or (606) 782-2822 or (606)-776-9786 Will be accepting consignments week of sale Monday- Friday 9 a.m. to 6p.m. or later. Mrs. Beatrice Arnett Elam, 93, of 923 Black Sul- phur Road, Salt Lick, KY, passed away Wednesday May 28, 2014 at St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Morehead, KY. Born October 25, 1920 at Wolf County, KY, she was the daughter of the late Lee and America Lykins Arnett and was the widow of the late William Charles Elam. Mrs. Elam was a retired employee of Jockey Inter- national and was a gradu- ate of Berea College. Dur- ing her younger years she was a teacher, teaching in a one room schoolhouse where she would have to take her small children and take care of them while she taught class. She had a love for animals, gar- dening and cooking, espe- cially cooking Sunday din- ners for her loving family. Survivors include 3 daughters, Joyce Enoch aim husband David of Mt. Sterling, KY, Carol Barker and husband James of Winchester, KY and Wil- ma Jones and husband Ewell of Salt Lick, KY, 1 son, Frank Elam and wife Kay of Salt Lick, KY, 8 grandchildren, 9 great- grandchildren, 2 sisters in law, Faye Smith and Mary Arnett and 1 brother in law, Harley Elam all of Ohio. Also surviving is a special niece and caregiv- er Susan Wells and many other nieces and nephews. In addition to her par- ents and husband, she was preceded in death by a grandson, Jonathan Elam, 2 sisters and 4 brothers. Funeral services were condu ' ' qaturday May 31, 2014 at l:u. PM at Mid- land First Church of God with Bro. Bush Stevenson officiating. Burial followed at Upper Salt Lick Cem- etery. RANDAI, JAMES WILDER 5 i ! iiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! i ii!  .7 Randall' :James Wilder, (kf'dev 'tarre, Owigs- ville, passed away Thurs- day, May 29, 2014, at his residence. Born May 30, 1957, in Montgomery County, he is the son of Essie Mae Hen- derson Wilder of Owings- ville. Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife, Sub- bie Davis Wilder;one son, Benjimen Lee Wilder and wife Angie of Mt. Sterling; three daughters Autumn Shavonn Wilder Hays and husband Daniel of Mt. Ster- ling, April Spring Wilder Trent and husband Michael of Morehead, LaRanda Mae Wilder Montjoy and hus- band Johnny of Owingsville; and nine grandchildren, Hunter, Heidi, Haley, and Journi Wilder; Allison and Dax Hays; Chloe, Ryleigh and Kelsey Montjoy. Other survivors include three brothers, Josh Hen- derson and Paul Henderson of Owingsville and Charlie Wilder of Anderson, Indi- ana, and two sisters, Jessica Henderson of Owingsville and Nancy Wilder of Mun- cie, Indiana. Randy was preceded in death by one brother, Wil- liam "Big Bill" Henderson, and grandparents, Frank and Leona Parks Hender- son. He was a retirecl carpen- ter, a member of Union 1650, and a preacher at New Cut Road Pentecostal Church. Funeral services were conducted 1 p.m. Sunday, June 1, 2014, at New Cut Road Pentecostal Church with Eugene Haney, Chad Curran, and Paul Hender- son officiating. Burial was in the Lovely-Amburgey Cemetery.. Arrangements were un- der the direction of North- cutt & Son Home for Funer- als in Morehead. View or sign gnestbook at www.nor thcuttandson.com Mrs. Meredith Middle- ton McFarland, 86, of Salt Lick, K-Y, passed away Sunday June 1, 2014 at St. Joseph Hospital, Mt. Ster- ling, KY. She was born April 21, 1928 at Farmers, KY; she was the daughter of the late Ora and Inez Staten Middleton. She was the widow of the late Robert E. McFarland and was a homemaker and mem- ber of the Midland First Church of God. Survivors include a son, Eldred L "Tiny" McFar- land and his wife Nola of Salt Lick, 2 grandchildren, Jeana Manley and hus- band Shannon of Sharps- burg and Rob McFarland and wife Lisa of Owings- ville, 5 great-grandchil- dren, Clay and Ally Man- ley and Haley, Taylor and Andy McFarland, 1 brother, Lloyd Middleton of Gaflinburg, TN and sev- eral nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death, in addition to her parents and husband, were 1 sis- ter, Fredith Runner and 2 brothers, Coy Middleton and Foy Middleton. Services were conduct- ed Wednesday June 4,, 2014 at 11:00 AM at the Midland First Church of God with Pastor Bush Stevenson officiating. In- terment followed at Bath County Memorial Gar- dens. MAUDIE ROWE BAIAARD Maudie Rowe BaUard, wife of Verdon Ballard, of Frenchburg, passed away Thursday, May 29, 2014. She was a 70 year old na- tive of Menifee County, daughter of the late Earl and Ruth Haggard Rowe, a housewife and member of the Pentecostal Church. In addition to her hus- band, she is survived by a son, David (Edith) Bal- lard of Menifee County, 2 granddaughters, Diana (Jody) Williams of Ezel and Kristy Jo (Charlie Fer- rell) Ballard of French- burg, 3 great-grand- children, Conner David Ballard, Katelynn Marie Ballard and Logan Joseph Williams, 3 sisters, Janet Rice of Mt. Sterling, Faye Adkins of Farmers, and Di- ana Perry of West Liberty, and 3 brothers, James Earl Rowe of Menifee County, Norman Rowe of West Lib- erty and Lester Rowe of Frenchburg. She was preceded in death by a sister, Bonnie Mooks. Her funeral was at 2:00pm on Tuesday, June 2, 2014, at Herald & Stew- art Home for Funerals. Shepherd Place Apartments r bedoo hpartment fo the mature dult, ? Including: apartmentg for mobilit,fdiioi-dhearired. Must be 62 years of age or older. Subsidies available based on income guidelines. Hearing impaired: il  1-800-648-6056 TDD .=...= . (859) 289-7172 CommuNtyAia Fern EQUAL HOUSmG 'OPPORTUNITY House for Sale/Make Offer Cheaper than ent 3-4 Bedroom 1.5 Bath, BSMT 100% loan RD with credit (502)875-2839 2 acre lot in town Seller pays closing cost See pies onfacebook.com/FernProperties WHEN SUBMITTING ITEMS TO THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK... Obituaries Community Calender Events Classifieds Direct your inquiries to Tammy Biddle tammy@kynewsgroup.com News stories and Photos Direct your inquiries to Cecil Lawson cecil@kynewsgroup.com Box Advertising Direct your inquiries to Jeremiah Brown }eremiah@kynewsgroup.com PUBLIC NOTICE BUDGET HEARING REGARDING PROPOSE USE OF COUNTY ROAD AID AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE (LGEA) FUNDS A public bearing will be held by Bath County at the courthouse on June 12, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. for the purpose of obtaining citizens comments regarding the possible uses of the Count), Road Aid (CRA) and Local Government Economic Assistaalce (LGEA) Funds. All interested persons in Bath County are invited to the hearing to submit verbal or written comments on possible uses of the CRA and LGEA Funds: Any person(s) who cannot submit written comments or attend the public2hearing but wish to submit comments, should call the Office of the eo'nty}udge/executive at 606-674- 6346 by June 9,2014 so the arrangements can be made to secure their comments. Please Note: All notices should be reviewed by your county attourney. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 06.05.14. Benefit for David Smallwood June 14 TH at High School Gym in Frenchburg at 5:00. There will be concessions, live auction and cornhole tournament. For more information or to donate, Call Tammie at 768-8146 or Nancy at 606-359-1494 ALL PROCEEDS GO TO DAVID 529 N Maysville Road Mt Sterling KY 40353 Phone: (317)919-7974 Come see NEW Double Pillow Top Mattresses a Pillow Top Mattress:y6U can flip!H! 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