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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper October 18, 2012 - 3 ANTRIONETrE "SISSY" COMBS ESFF JOUETr VICE Antrionette "Sissy" Combs Estes, 57, of Greenup, died Thurs- day, October 11, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. She was born November 24, 1954 to Laura Vivian Combs and the late Eli- jah Combs, Jr. Antrionette, better known as "Sissy", moved to Greenup four years ago from Mt. Sterling where she had spent most of her life. She en- joyed camping, fishing, and most of all spending time with her family. Survivors include; her mother, Laura Combs of Frenchburg; two sons, Michael Shane Estes and Brandon Greene both of Greenup; one daughter, Heather Estes of Grayson; one brother, David Combs (Barbara) of Frenchburg; three grandchildren, Michael Jett Carter, Delaney Sul- livan, and Lily Blue. Private family services to be held at a later date. CHARLES MCINTOSH Charles McIntosh, age 63, of Middletown, Ohio, passed away Saturday, September 29. He was born April 16, 1949 in Middletowff, Ohio, the son of the late Pearl and Hazel (Morris) Mcln- tosh. He was an employee of Blakley Steel and the Middletown City Schools, and a member of the Com- munity Harvest Church in Germantown. He is survived by his wee Sue McIntosh; two daughters, Christi Lynn McIntosh of Mt. Sterling, and Michele Lee McIn- tosh-Woodard of Owings- ville; .two step daughters, Merry Lee Wardlow and Anna Marie (Dave) Lacy; two grandchildren, Travis Woodard and Matthew Charles Woodard of Ow- ingsville; two step grand- children, Brian Wilhoit and Bradley Cresong; two step great grandchil- dren, Wyatt Wilhoit and Braiden Wilhoit; one sis- ter, Nancy Kelley; three brothers, Ervin (Mary) McIntosh, Don McIntosh, and Arley (Shirley) McIn- tosh; special.friend, Bren- da Caudill; and a host of extended family, friends and caregivers. Charles was preceded in death by a nephew, David Lee McIntosh; one step-son, James Cresong; and a brother-in-law, Paul M. Kelley. Funeral Services were held Wednesday, October 17, at the Herr-Riggs Fu- neral Home with Pastor Duane Harney officiating. Interment was at Wood- side Cemetery in Middle- town. ROGER E: JOHNSON iii Roger E. 68, of Salt Lick, passed away Sunday, October 14, at his Johnson of Frenchburg; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted . Wednesday, October 17, at the Rich- ardson Funeral Home, with Rev. Roger Wells of- ficiating. Burial followed in the Jones Cemetery. Richardson Funeral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. Jouett Vice, 74, of Ow- ingsville died Thursday, October 11. He was the son of the late John William Vice and the late Arizona Goodpas- ter Vice. He was retired from Rockwell Interna- tional, a member of. Ow- ingsville First Church of God, and a member of UAW-1537. He is survived by his wife Peggy Vice of Ow- ingsville; four daugh- ters Teresa Kidd, Felicia Messer, Karen Vice, and Cathy (Jeff) Clemons; two brothers, Virgil Vice and James Vice; a sister Jenny McVey; nine grandchil- dren and five great-grand- children. He was preceded in death by a son, Jouett L Vice, Jr; three brothers, Ray Vice, Herbert Vice, and Roger Vice; two sis- ters, Betty Copher and Helen Phillips; and a granddaughter, Roxanne Baxter. Funeral services were held Saturday, October 13, at Richardson Funeral Home," with Rev. Lowell Rice and Rev. Anthony An- derson officiating. Burial was at the Owingsville Cemetery AMANDA LYNN TAPP LOWE Lowe, 32, of Mt. Sterling, died Thursday evening, October 11, from injuries sustained in an automo- bile accident. She was born January 19, 1980 to Charles Michael Tapp and Yvonne Curran But- ler. news to cecil@ kynews- group.com home. He was the son of the late Pritchard and Martha Wells Johnson. Roger was a retired car- penter, farmer and busi- ness owner. In addition to his par- eats, he was preceded in death by five brothers, Ronnie Johnson, John Johnson, Clint Johnson and two infant brothers and one sister, Faye Gil- lespie. .Survivors include his wife, JoAnn Johnson; two sisters, Kathleen Skeens of Morehead and Phyllis Robinson of Indiana; his mother-in-law and father- in-law, Meda and Pete Robinson; two sisters- in-law, Hildreth Johnson of Salt Lick and Carolyn 30,000 people can't be wrong!!! We have the largest circulation in the area with over 30,000 people reading our newspapers weel ly! The Bath County News-Outlool The Carlisle Mercury The Flemingsburg Gazette The Menifee County News The Robeffs0n County News in 10-15-2012 to 12-7-12 Do you have questions about Medicare, Medicare Part C, Medicare Part D, Medicare Supplementtt? If so Family Discount Drug, Owingsville, Soper's Drug, Carlisle, Ross Drug, Mt. 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Sterling, KY 40353 ,q~ / /v 859-498,1004 / ~ Oct. 29 & 30, 2012, Nov. 12 & 13, 2012, Nov. / ~t 26 & 27, 2012, Dec. 4, 2012, Dec. 11, 2012 ,J Local poets are welcome to send one poem of 21 lines or less to Poetry Idol Auditions, PO Box 3561, Ashland, Oregon, 97520, or enter online at www. freecontest.com The deadline for enter- ing is November 10. There are 50 prizes to- taring $5000, with a $1000 grand prize for the last poet standing. Entries submitted may be written on any subject using any style, and the Contest Di- rector Joseph Cameron will have the final say on judging the contest. Entrants should include their name and address on the same page as the poem, and a winners' list will be sent to them. Also a winner's list will be post- ed online. '2 am so excited by this contest," says Dr. Cam- eron. "We are helping Poetry, the Cinderella of the Arts, find her glass slipper." Amanda, a Bath County native, moved to Mt. Ster- ling twelve years ago. She was a 1998 gradu- ate of Bath County High School and attended East- ern Kentucky University. October 18th 2012 fI'hursday 10:00 &M.) Kentucky Market Pavil- ion - Owingsville Chair: Brenda Kendrick Recorder: Kim Plank Gateway Community Action Agenda includes: Welcome and Introduc- tion Sign In / Info Sheet/ Suggestions for topics Introduction of Attend- Amanda was the promoter . ees Announcements Guest Speakers -Scott Luvin, Nestle HR Rep and April Harris, Lowes' HR Rep Topic: Job Market; skills needed to improve employability; services agencies can offer Question/Answer Ses- sion Closing Remarks and organizer of the band Unreserved. She dearly Bath County Senior loved her nieces, Sophia and Amber, and her dog, Menu Maddie Lynn. Amanda will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Survivors include; her mother, Yvonne Cur- ran Butler (Ricky) of Owingsville; her father, Charles Michael Tapp of Sharpsburg; her brother, Michael Joseph Tapp (An- nis) of Mt. Sterling; two nieces, Amber Gail Tapp of Sharpsburg, and So- phia Lou Tapp of NIL Ster- ling; and her dog Maddie Lynn. Funeral were held Tues- day, at Gateway Christian Church. Pastor Glenn Em- ery officiated. Oct. 22- 25 Monday Oct. 22 Salisbury steak Macaroni/tomatoes Mustard greens Cornbread Margarine Cinnamon apples Milk Tuesday Oct. 23 Roast beeffgravy Mashed potatoes Buttered squash Wheat roll Margarine Cake w choc. icing Milk Wednesday Oct. 24 Pinto beans w ham Scalloped potatoes Broccoli/cheese sauce Margarine Pears Milk Thursday Oct. 25 Hamburger steak Mashed potatoes Green beans Wheat bread Margarine Pineapple chunks Milk O O Join today and get a nice check just in time for Christmas: Presents Three Convenient Locations to Serve You Main Location Miller Plaza Salt Lick Branch Owingsville Mort Tues Thurs Mon, Tues, Wed, Mon.-Fri. 8:30-2:30 Fri. 9-5 "Fri 9-'5; " Sat. 9-Noon Sat. 9-No'on Incorporated Owingsville, KY 40360 x E. v v c K MEMBER CENTENNIAL E UALH U IN I I 1 I I I