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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Clifton B. Purvis great-grandchildren; two Carlisle. Born on Dec. ter, Charity Becraft; sisters: Bonnie Roberts 12, 1920 in Means to and a grandson, Jason and Virgileen Johnson, the late Henry and O1- Becraft. both of Owingsville; one lie Pergrem Burgess, Funeral services will brother, Earl Purvis of she was the wife of Earl be conducted at 2:00 Marion, Indiana; a special Becraft. She was also ap.m. on Thursday, Sep. brother-in-law, Charles homemaker and a mem- 10, 2009 at Herald & Tingle of Owingsville; ber of the East Union Stewart Home for Fu- several nieces and neph- Christian Church. nerals. Interment will ews; and a special friend, She is survived by two follow in the Machpelah J.B. SnedegarofOwings- sons, James Becraft of Cemetery. Pallbear- ville. Sharpsburg and Buddy ers are Randy Taulbee, Funeral services was (Marilyn) Becraft of Shawn, Chad and Jamie conducted on Monday, Nicholas County; three Becraft, Thomas Sex- Sep. 7, 2009 at Richie daughers: Edna "Sissy" ton and Robert Harlow. Hunt Funeral Home with Becraft (Denzil) Taulbee Honorary pallbearers Bro. Gregg Whitt and ofBourbonCounty, Mar- are Kyle Campbell, Mat- Bro. Randy Hawkins offi- gie Becraft (Tom) Sex- thew White, Caleb and ciating. Burial was in the ton of Nicholas County,Rebecca Becraft, Tom Longview Cemetery. and Betty Becraft Mar- Sexton, Denzil Taulbee tin of Bath County; 17 and Jessica White. Visi- grandchildren; 26 great- tation will be from 5:00- grandchildren; and four8:00 p.m. on Wednes- great-great-grandchil- day, Sep. 9. Memorial dren. contributions are sug- She was preceded in gested to: Hospice of the death by a son, Jerry Bluegrass or East Union Becraft; a granddaugh- Christian Church. September 9, 2009 3 Clifton B. Purvis, 75, of Owingsville passed away on Thursday, Sep. 3, 2009 at St. Joseph Hospital in Mt. Sterling. A Bath County native, he was born on July 13, 1934 to the late Morton and Em- milee McCarty Purvis. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, a veteran of the Korean Conflict, a retired General Motors employee and a member of the Slate Valley Chris- tian Church. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn Anderson Purvis of Owingsville; two daughters: Tammy Darnell of Owingsville and Debbie Schriber of St. Claire, Florida; one son, Sammy Purvis of Marion, Indiana; nine grandchildren and four i,r,ll,! , ! i LAKE Continued from Page 2 visitor and avid outdoors man, who said "Cave Run Lake is a great place to relax. If anyone wants to explore God's true beauty of the outdoors close to home than there is no better place." Kelly also added that for local residents Cave Run Lake is a convenient escape from everyday life. "Some people travel for miles to tour other attractions in different Della Burgess Becraft Daella Burgess Be- craft, 88, of Sharpsburg passed away on Monday, Sep. 7, 2009 at Johnson Mathers Health Care in here at home." When Kelly is not fish- ing at Cave Run Lake, he can be found horseback riding on one of the 200 miles of reworked trails. Golfing is also anoth- er tourist activity. The Eagle Trace Golf Course features new asphalt and cart paths. The golf course is under new ownership of Morehead State University accord- ing to the Cave Run Lake website. In addition to sports states, when the best activities, visitors can ex- view of nature is right perience the down-home Powell Funeral Home 24 Hour Obituary Information Line 606-6& 221 cooking of local restau- rants, the handcrafted artistry of local talent and merchants in the antique malls. Morehead alumnus Lori Arthur re- members spending school holidays at Cave Run Lake with her husband Randy. '%Ve would take our family to Cave Run just to spend some quality time togeth- er. We would usually eat, swim, and camp," she said. ' vVe all fall in to the trap of wanting to travel to far away places because of television or Internet ad- vertising. In these econom- ical times, it is nice to know a person can take a vaca- tion without it breaking their wallets," she added. For more information go to www.caverun.org or email info@caverunlake.com. Your paper! Bring us your: .Articles .Graduation -Wedding Birth Announcements 'Birthdays Letters to the Editor Family Events Special Occasions Yard Sales GRAPHIC DESIGNER spaper Office If in+eres+ed Oon+ c+ Melissa Mi+ohell P. O. Box 232 C, rlisle, K5, q-o$1l or Email ~+ rneliss~+hecarlislemercur~.com or 859-289-6q-25 Sign up today and get 5 Premium Movie Channels from for a Penny for a Year (a $15. FREE HD DVR Upgrade Best HD DVR Available - Better than TiVo (trot .COrn ~ ~11910~) $5.00/mo Call today and be ready for the digital transition! 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