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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper June 27, 2013 - 3 JACQUELYN GAIL WHITE WOLBER ALBERT EUGENE HAMILTON BARBARA JEAN MAYS FERGUSON Jacquelyn Gail White Wolber, 58, of Clearfield, passed away Sunday, June 16, 2013 in the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center in Lexington. She was born on August 14, 1954, in Rowan County, Kentucky, a daughter of the late Watt and Essie Hay White. Jackie was a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) hav- ing previously worked at St. Claire, hospitals in Lexing- ton and at Life Care Center. She was a graduate of University of Breckinridge Training School and More- head State University. As a teenager, Jackie was trained in ballet and tap dancing. She opened her own academy where she taught ballet and tap. Jackie was of the Mormon faith and she enjoyed read- ing, cooking, listening to music and watching movies. Survivors include one son, Chris (Millicent) White of Clearfield, one daugh- ter, Porshia Forehand of Clearfield, special compan- ion, Dwayne Householder, two brothers, Gene Glover and Monte Rivers both of Morehead, three sis- ters, Vicky Rivers of Olive Hill, Cindy Lancaster of Salt Lick and Betty Little of Morehead, twogrand- children, Caleigh White and Bailey White, special friends and cousins, Betty King of Morehead and Dale Porter of Georgia and sev- eral cousins, other relatives and friends. Memorial services were conducted at 2:00 P.M. Fri- day, June 21, 2013 in the chapel of the Lane-Stucky- Gray Funeral Home with Rev. David Starcher offici- ating. Burial will follow in the Brown Cemetery. Visitation is after 12:00 Noon Friday. O O O O '" Tania Henry was all smiles as she got ready to ride the bumper cars at Kings Island. She described her feeling when she learned she'd be go- ing to the amusement park for the day in one word: "happy." Tania was one of more than 1500 children who took part in AAA's annual Children's Outing on Tuesday, June 18th. The kids arrived on buses from communities throughout northern Kentucky and Great- er Cincinnati. AAA members make donations to pay for the Children's Outing. Par- ticipants included 50 students from Owingsville Elementary school. .... "The AAA Children's Out- ing has been an annual tradi- tion for 106 years now," said Cheryl Parker, Corporate Public Affairs Manager for AAA Allied Group. It started with AAA members loading their vehicles to take needy children to local parks and has evolved into a huge outing at Kings Island for hundreds of kids. AAA employees served as event volunteers, helping the children and group leaders from more than 25 area orga- nizations. For more informa- tion on the AAA Children's Outing call (513) 762-3446. ' 30,000 people know where to get their news! Bath We have the largest circulation in the area with over 30,000 people reading our papers weekly! We are a publication of the Also including the Flemingsburg Gazette Menifee County News-Outlook The Carlisle Mercury Robertson County Mercury News Session 1: Thursday, July4 - 10:00 a.m. Session 2: Friday, July 5 - 10:00 a.m. Mattox Auction Center 3740 Maysville Road Carlisle, KY We are pleased to announce these auctions for the estate of the late Nell W. Poline. Consisting of the contents of two homes, and including fine household furnishings, an early L. Watson KY cherry tall case clock, antique furniture, early central KY coin silver including rare examples by Paris, KY silversmiths, sterling silver flatware and julep cups, fine jewelry, quality quilts and coverlets, decorated stoneware and much more. Please visit our website at www.mattoxrealestate.com for photos and updated information. Preview: Wednesday, July 3 from 2 to 5 p.m. 10% Buyer's Premium. Visa and MasterCard accepted with 3% convenience fee. Nell W. Poline Estate Richard D. Storm and Gregory L. Wills, Co-Administrators Dawn Curran Letcher Attorney 71, of Mt. Sterling, died Fri- day, June 21, 2013 at St. Jo- seph Hospital in Lexington. He was born in Dunkirk, In- diana on April 9, 1942 to the late Howard and Ruth McG- lothin Hamilton. Albert moved from Dunkirk, Indiana to Mont- gomery County thirty-five years ago where he served his community as Captain of the Mt. Sterling Fire Depart- ment as well as an officer for the Mt. Sterling Police De- partment. He later worked in assembly at A.O. Smith until his retirement. After his re- tirement he managed Pizza Hut for several years. He en- joyed staying in touch with family and friends through Facebook, had a passion for Bluegrass music and was a big UK Wildcats fan. Albert is survived by his wife of forty-six years, Con- nie Compton Hamilton of Mt. Sterling; two sons, How- ard Hamilton (Kimberly) of Owingsville and Walter Al- len Hamilton (Beverly) of Sharpsburg; one daughter, Tracy Donohew (Joe) of Mt. Sterling; two sisters, Joyce Hamilton of Plaquemine, Louisiana and Wanda Ham- ilton of Orlando, Florida; four grandchildren, Jessica Hayes, Casey Henderson, Jordan Henderson, and Sarah Danielle Hamilton; one great grandchild, Kaylee Carpenter; special friends, Phillip and Barbara Welch; many special nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Howard Bish- op Hamilton and Claudie Lee Hamilton; one sister, Louise McCarty. Pallbearers: Montgomery County Fire and EMS. Honorary Pallbearers: Dr. Jeff McG'mnis and staff, staff of Ross Drugs, staff of St. Joseph Mt. Sterling, Eric Jones, and the late Kenny Jones. ERNEST EUGENE DEWITr Ernest Eugene Dewitt, age 47, of Crestwood, Kentucky, formerly of Mt.Sterling, Kentucky, passed away Monday, June 24, 2013, at the Norton Brownsboro Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Born December 24, 1965, in Rowan County, Ken- tucky, Ernest is the son of Annie Myrtle Burton Dewitt of Crestwood, Kentucky, and the late Leonard Ottis Dewitt. Besides his father, he was preceded in death by one brother, Henry Thomas Dewitt and one sister, Kath- leen Dewitt. In addition to his mother, Ernest is survived by two brothers, Lawrence Dewitt and wife Connie of More- head, Kentucky, and Leon- ard Dewitt of Lawrence- burg, Indiana; two sisters, wood, Kentucky, and Bill~ Jo Dewitt of Salt Lick, Ken- tucky. Also surviving are seven nieces and nephews, Jason, Nikki, Katie, Jonathan, Sara, Michael, and Michelle Dewitt. Ernest was a former in- dustrial welder and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and work- ing on cars. Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Friday, June 28, 2013, at Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals Memorial Chapel with Rev. David Starcher officiating. Burial will follow in Adams- Plank Cemetery. Pallbearers: Jason De- witt, Lawrence Dewitt, Junior Stevens, Joshua Stevens, Charlie McIntosh, Ken Gillie, and Larry Bin- ion. Visitation is after 5 p.m. Thursday, June 27,2013, at :Northeutt &:Son Home for :Funerals in Morehead. i guson, age 61 of Ezel, KY, passed away Friday, June 21,2013 in the Life Care Center, Morehead, KY af- ter an extended illness. She was born September 11, 1951 in Mt.Sterling, KY daughter of the late Willard and Grace Nickell Mays. She accepted the Lord Je- sus Christ as her Savior. She was a loving mother and sister and the retired business owner of Country Beverage. Besides her parents, her husband, Gary Ferguson preceded her in death. Sur- viving is her companion, Frank Brown, Frenchburg, Ky. Two sons, J.F. Fer- guson of Ezel, Ky. Craig Smith of Alexandria, KY. One sister, Wanda & James Lawson of Wellington, KY ,and brother, Bob & Eunice Mays of Clay City, KY one half brother, i Earl Wade Davis of FrencIaburg', Ky. Funeral services were at 2: PM, Sunday, June 23, 2013 at Menifee Home For Funerals with Rev. James Combs officiating. Burial followed in the Mays Nickell Bolin Cemetery, Wellington, KY. Visitation 6:30 PM, Saturday, Me- nifee Home For Funerals, Frenchburg, Ky. In lieu of flowers contri- butions may be made to: St. Claire Hospice & Palliative Care, 222 Medical Circle, Morehead, KY 40351. Pallbearers: Von Mul- lins, Alex Cantrell, Terry Lawson, Sherley Lovelace, James David Mays, Fred- die People. EVERETrE CIARK, of Owingsville, passed away on Sunday, June 23, 2013. He was born in Owingsville, Kentucky on November 29, 1929, to the late Everette Clark and Eva Fleming Clark. Everette was a Veteran of the Air Force during the Korean War; he was also a member of the White Oak Christian. He was also an active member of the Dem- Conyers of Owingsville; 4 grandchildren Timothy (Katherine) Conyers, Ja- mie Clark, Andrew (Lin- da) Conyers, and Jeremy Clark; 5 great grandchil- dren Tyler Clark, Chassity Clark, AJ Conyers, Melina Leigh, and Emma Cony- ers. He was preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, Geneva Clark; 1 son Mitchell Clark, 1 brother Orville Clark; 1 sister Mattie Rogers, and his parents, Everette Clark and Eva Fleming Clark. Funeral services were at lpm, Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at Richardson Funeral Home with Rev. Charles McGuire and Rev. Ron Weaver officiating. Burial followed in the Ow- ingsville Cemetery. ocratic Party, and County Richardson Funeral Road Supervisor for 14 Home was in charge of the years, arr, angg~ments, www.rich- Everettd is survived- by ~aSso~-d~.'com 1 daughter Karen (Paul) -~- Pete De Atley and Master Genius, winner of the 1951 Five-Gaited Championship "[he young lady's escort was Jack Smoot. The Class sponsor was Owingsville Banking Company. Pete De Atley showed at the very first Lions Club Show, July 4th, 1945. O O 6| has helped sponsor one of the major championships since 1948. Serving the Financial Needs of Bath County MEMBER Since 1893 i in in i i iirl/rllll I I IIIIII iiiiiiiinlllnnnllnln iii nUll I ii