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4 - July 26, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook L i EDNA RAE PHILLIPS LUSTER MCKINNEY LISA GAIL CROCKETt Edna Rae Phillips, 74, of Owingsville, passed away Thursday, July 19. She was born June 2, 1938, to the late James E Hawkins and Mary Mar- garet Jackson Hawkins. She was a homemaker and a member of the Slate Val- ley Christian Church. She was preceded in death by a sister, Donna Hawkins. She is survived by her husband, Thurman Phil- lips of Owingsville; a daughter, Jeannie Phillips (Dewayne Carpenter); and a special friend, Lady. Graveside services were held Friday, June 20, at Clarmont Memorial Gar- dens in Winchester, with Rev. Lowell Rice officiat- ing. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. BOBBY RAY VICE Bobby Ray Vice, 70, of Mt. Sterling, died Tues- day, July 17, 2012 at his residence. He was born May 2, 1942 in Bath Coun- ty to the late Cliff Vice, Sr. and Minnie Vice. Bobby was a Bath Coun- ty native and a United States Vietnam Army Vet- eran. He was a 1960 gradu- ate of Montgomery Coun- ty High School. He was formerly employed at IBM and Bob's Food Service. He lived in Florida for 15 years where he worked in Food Service Distribution before moving back to Mr. Sterling 10 years ago. He enjoyed golf, carpentry, UK basketball, spending time with family and being a grandfather. Survivors include; one son, John Vice (Denise) of Mr. Sterling; one grand- daughter, Emily Vice of Mt. Sterling; four broth- ers, Brooks Vice (Wilma) of Bath County, Cliff Vice, Jr of Carlisle, Chuck Vice (Charlene) of Mt. Step ling, and James Vice of Nicholasville; three sis- ters, Mary E. Wolfe of Cincinnati, Ohio, Thelma Hawkins of Jeffersonville, and Helen Shigiey (Bob) of Wilmington, Ohio; One granddaughter; and 22 nieces and nephews. In addition to his par- ents, Bobby was preceded in death by two brothers, Harold and Virgil Vice. Funeral was Friday, July 20 at the Somerset Christian Church. Burial will follow the funeral at Longview Cemetery in Bath County. Pastor Bill Evans officiated. Cofflnan Mortuary Par- lor was in charge of ar- rangements. CONNIE JAYE BYRD Frenchburg, died Friday evening, July 2012, at Saint Claire Regional Med- ical Center in Morehead. She was born November 24, 1958 in Frenchburg to the late David and Wanda Back Brown. Connie worked as a ca- shier at Video Express. She enjoyed UK basket- ball, movies, reading, and spending time with her granddaughter, Sophia. Survivors include; one daughter, Jessica Carter (Matthew) of Frenchburg: one brother, Daniel Brown of Frenchburg: three sisters, Kim Smallwood (Billy), Della Brown, and Sarah Denniston (Jesse) all of Frenchburg; and one granddaughter, Sophia Carter of Frenchburg. In lieu of flowers, the family request that contri- butions be made to Con- nie's memorial expense fund and Saint Claire Hos- pice. Memorial service were held Saturday, July 21, 2012 at the Botts Christian Church in Frenchburg, Pastor Eddie Williams of- ficiated. Cofflnan Mortuary Par- lor was in charge of ar- rangements. Luster "Andy" McKin- ney, 86, of Indianapolis, Indiana, a native of Rowan County, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday, July 17, 2012, at Kindred Transi- tional Care in Greenfield, Indiana. Mr. McKinney was born September 4, 1925, in Cogswell, Kentucky, a son of the late Cleates and Cannie Jones McKinney. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by five brothers, Ray, Ralph, Robert, Russell and Lester McKinney. Andy is survived by his brother, Eugene McKin- ney, and sister Maxine Cousert, both of India- napolis, Indiana, as well as several nieces and neph- ews, other relatives, and friends. Andy resided 84 years in Farmers, Kentucky, before moving to India- napolis, Indiana, two years ago to spend time with his brother and sister. He enjoyed visiting with his family, his local Church of God family, and his many community friends. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, July 21, at Northcutt and Son Home for Funerals with the Rev. Guy McKenzie officiating. Burial followed in Brown Cemetery. ' iii : Attendees were treated to an encore, which in- cluded the student rendition of Justin Beiber's song, Boyfriend. Pictured I-r: Lynzee Wilson, Bethany Crouch, Matthew Woodard, Anitra Thompson, Emily Whatzel, Tewa Martin, Alys- sa Williams, Haley McFarland, Macey Maze and Jessica Copher. Not pictured is stage manager Travis Woodard. Send your news and photos to cecil@kynews- group.com With three convenient locations to serve you New York Life Ins[trance Company 220 Lexington Green Qirele Suite 200 Lexington, KY 40503 00 Tex. 859-272-9500 ext. 580 Cel. 859-473-5116 Fax 859-271-0055 j nallison@ff.newyorklife.cora ~ Vcldi~* ~ ~ Oltl li~i ~li<* ~ 0t t*t~ t mtl~ SATURDAY, AUGUST 4TH @ 10:30 AM Located at 369 Ridge Road just off Hwy 60 West, Near City Limits of Owingsville, KY BRICK HOME LOT PERSONAL PROPERTY of Mt. Sterling, died Satur- day morning, July 14, 2012 at her residence. She was born December 3, 1963 in Mr. Sterling to Roger and Nora Helton. Lisa was a Montgomery County native and em- ployed at Hoffrnan Enclo- sures, she dearly loved her family and truly enjoyed deer hunting and NASCAIL She will be dearly missed by her family and friends. Survivors include; her husband, Mike Crockett of Mt. Sterling; one son, Bran- don Bellamy of Mt. Ster- ling; one daughter, IAndsey Bellamy of Mt. Sterling; one stepson: Nathan Crockett of Mt. sterling; one step daughter, Allison Crockett of Sharpsburg; her mother, Nora Helton of Mt. Sterling; her father, Roger HeRon of Mt. Sterling; one brother, Daren Helton (Trish) of Mt. Sterling; two sisters, Connie Rothwell (Steve) of Means and Shelly Terry (Mike) of Jeffersonville; also, four nephews and nieces and four great nieces. Funeral was held Wednesday, July 18, at the Christian Assembly of God. Burial followed the funeral at Machpelah Cemetery. Pastor Scott Barnes offici- ated. Cofflnan Mortuary Par- lor was in charge of ar- rangements. The home has 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Living Room and Kitchen, Hardwood Floors with new linoleum in Kitchen and Bath. Cedar Lined Closets. Approximately 1224 sq. ft. of living space. Built in 1970. Also, a full unfinished basement. New Tin Roof. LP Gas Forced Air Furnace with Central Air. Other improvements include a 20'x 24' Metal Sided Garage, 12 x 14 Outbuilding, Asphalt Driveway and adequate shade and landscaping. ALL situated on a acre lot with 240' of road frontage. This home is move-in ready. Conveniently located within mile of schools and businesses. Beautiful scenic views surround this property. Contact selling agents to view or for more information. REAL ESTATE AT 12:00 NOON. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. Personal Property Includes: Refrigerator, LP Gas Tappan cook stove (1 yr.old), 3TV's, Wring- ger Washer, GE Microwave w/stand, Dehumidifier, Dress Maker Sewing Machine w/stand, Toaster Oven, Vacuum cleaner, (2) 5-Brick LP Gas Wall Heaters, 2 x6 Coffee Table, Dresser, Bar Stool, Utility Cabinets, Magazine Racks, Utility Bench, Ash Tray Stand, Old Clothes Rack, 2 sets of Dishes, Bakeware, Cake Pans, Canning Jars, Granite Pans, Charcoal Grills, Quilts, Quilt pieces, Wash Tubs, Carbine Light, Floor Lamp, Coal Bucket, Antique Toys, Baby Stroller, ,Encyclopedias, Walker, Shower Chair, Potty Chair, Exercise Bike and Treadmill. 2 push mow- ers, Weed Eater, 2 step ladders, lawn chairs, stove pipe, air compressor, car ramps, old well box pulley, corn Sheller, weed scythe, kerosene heater, shop vac, sump pump, firewood ring, and plenty more! Bethany Crouch and Emily Whetzel played South- ern "ladies" outraged by their slaves escaping. Terms: Real Estate 10% Down Payment Day of Auction. Balance on or before 30 days and possession with deed. Potential bidders will have 10 days prior to auction to conduct any inspections including lead based paint tests. Buyer will sign a waiver to any post auction tests. Selling AS IS. Persona/Property: Cash or check day of auction. Bath County Mid- dle and High School students presented their staging of "The Civil War-Holding a Nation Together," Friday evening to a large crowd of family and friends. The stu- dents worked very hard last week learn- ing, editing, and cre- ating props for their play. The focus was centered on the Civil War with a native of Bath County, Gen- , eral John Bell Hood, ! as one of the charac- ters. Abraham Lin- coln, played by Tewa Martin, had a promi- nent role in the play just as he did in the Civil War. Martin also wrote one of the scenes in the play. 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