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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 28, 2013 - 3 ELLIS CLAYTON BALLARD MOODY LOVELACE CARL THOMAS RATLIFF Ellis Clayton Bal- a half-brother, Anthony lard, widower of Deloris Shoupe of Florida, 7 half- Elam Rothwell Ballard, sisters, Mae Ballard and passed away Friday, Geraldine Lewis, both of November 15, 2013. He Franklin, Ohio, Connie was a 76 year old na- Baker of Carlisle, Aldine tive of Menifee County,Carpenter of French- son of the late Davis and burg, Kathy Graston of Zelda Williams Ballard,Charleston, Indiana, Lois a farmer and member of Ferguson of Jefferson- the Pentecostal Church.viUe, and Jennie Ballard He is survived by a son, of Middletown, Ohio, and Becham Jones Ballard several nieces and neph- of Ohio, 5 stepchildren, ews. He was preceded in Vondrine Wattenburger death by 2 sons, 3 sisters of Winchester, Charles and a brother. His funer- Rothwell, Mary Margaretal was atl:00 Thursday, Powell, and Carl Roth- Nov. 21, 2013, at Her- wen, all of Mt. Sterling, ald & Stewart Home for and Magdalene Fitz- Funerals with burial in patrick of "' Middletown, Lovely-Amburgey Cem- Ohio, 15 grandchildren,etery. 17 great-grandchildren, CARL A. REICHENBACH age 83, of Franklin, Ohio, died Thursday Novem- ber 14, 2013 at Hospice of Butler/Warren Coun- ties. Carl was born in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky on July 23, 1930 to Carl and Rose (Baker) Reichenbach. Carl was employed with AK Steel for 42 years and retired in 1991. He was a direc- tor with MidUSA Credit Union, former president of CARE from AK Steel, and president of Par- ents Without Partners. He owned and operated kick's TV for 26 years. He loved watching the ani- mals come through the by his parents Carl and Rose Mae Reichenbach, son-in-law, Bill Kelly, first wife, Norma Jean Reichenbach, grandson, Benjamin Petry, grand- daughter-in-law Robin Kelly. Carl is survived by his wife Georgia Vivian Reichenbach, 2 sons Ter- ry (Jean) Reichenbach, Jeffery (Julie) Reichen- bach; 5 daughters Debo- rah Kelly, Rose (William) Fugate, Carla (Kenny) Wilhoit, Cheryl (Rob) Petry, Robin (David) Creech; 19 grandchildren ; 32 great grandchildren; 12 great great grandchil- dren; 2 Brothers Donald Reichenbach, Charles Reichenbach. Funeral services were atll:00 am Tuesday November 19, 2013 at Anderson Funer- al Homes 40 North Main Street Springboro, Ohio with Dr. Grant Lawrence officiating. Burial fol- lowed in Woodside Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers do- nations can be made to Hospice of Butler/Warren age 89, of Wellington, KY passed away Friday No- vember 23, 2013 in the St. Joseph Hospital, Mt. Sterling, Ky. He was born November 7, 1924 at Pomeroyton, KY son of the late Kelse & Ora Roe Lovelace. He was a re- tired farmer and a mem- ber of the Pomeroyton Union Church, Pomeroy- ton, Ky. He was preced- ed in death by his wife, Pearl Crouch Lovelace, one son, Randall Gene Lovelace, one daughter, Charlotte Ann Crouch and two brothers, Ray and Mitchell Lovelace and three sisters, Bessie McNabb, Lena Bowman, and Emma Honaker. Surviving is one grand- son, Terry & Lori Henry of Wellington, Ky. Two great-granddaughters, Tessa and Emma Henry. Funeral services were at 1: PM, Monday, No- vember 25, 2013 at Pome- royton Union Church, Pomeroyton, KY with Rev. Terry Wells, Bro. Randy Peck and Rev. Christopher Glover of- ficiating. Burial followed in the Pomeroyton Cem- etery, Pomeroyton, Ky. 70, of 0wint ;sville, passed away Monday, Nov. 18, 2013. He was born Sept. 21, 1943, the son of the late Arville Slalus Ratliff and Glyda Mae Stevens Ratliff. He was a retired factory worker at AO Smith. He is survived by his wife, Cheryl Barber Ratliff; a daughter, Car- la Darlene Ratliff (B.A. Franklin), Owingsville; two brothers, Johnny Ratliff (Janice) Ten- nessee, and Raymond Ratliff (Alice) Florida, a sister; Ida Lou Shannon (Lonnie), Owingsville; a grandaughter; Bridgette Clem, Owingsville; and a special friend Minnie Alsept. He was preceded in death by his parents and 1 brother Carlos Ratlfff. Visitation took place at Richardson Funeral Home on Friday, Nov. 22, from 12 to 2 p.m., and services are at 2 p.m., with Rev. Bob Ray and Rev. Ron Hill officiating. news and photos to cecil@ Photo submitted by Tom- my Kiskaden rommy Kiskaden of Ow- ngsville shared this pho- Io of the "upper class" at the Sherburne School, Class of 1940. He was mssisted in identifying Ihose in the photo by Sarah Emmons of Hills- )ore. First row, from left, Douglas Miller, Percery McKee, Juanita Miller, Mary Ruth Williams, Do- ris Roberts, and Lucille Harmon; second row, Pauline Rankins, Virginia Jackson, Sarah E. En- sor, Arvilla Gray, Mary Frances Bradley, Doris Harmon, and Ruth Crain; third row, J. C. Maddox, Ronnia Honican, Ken- neth P. Harmon, Mrs. Erma Reid, teacher, Earl yard and listening to the Counties or Manchester Rankins, Everett McClure, :. :,rain on.the tin roof porch, • :, :-" .... Hew sprecededindeath-7 /.,/'- : "i .... ' • : I, Ricky Purvis, wish to announce my candidacy for 1st District (Sharpsburg) Road Commissioner on the Democratic ticket in the May 2014 Primary Election. Your vote and support are appreciated. Advertisment paid for by candidate. Auction Cross the River at Maysville go West on Rt 52 to Ripley, Oh. Sun. 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Remember if you need cash on Thanksgiving Day or any time visit our convenient ATM locations at the Owingsville and Salt Lick Branches Randy Myers Auctioneer 513-315-4360 Towlersauctioninc.com On-Site Custom Laser Etching Portraits • Scenes ฐ Emblems Large Selection of Gray and Colored Granite Single or Double Monuments • Markers • Pet Markers 105 Locust Street • Carlisle, KY 40311 Owners: Brent and Emily Gaunce 859-289-2271 Owingsville is now acce food stamps/EBT Did you know... (~ Hearing loss is the third most common health issue, behind heart disease and arthritis? 1 in 5 teenagers will [ ~ ] incur a hearing loss at a much earlier age? The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearh~9 is here to serve you if you have a hearing ~c~'~. We provide: • Specialized telephone equipment AT NO COST TO YOU • Other resources to assist you with your hearing loss The Telecommunications Access Program,.. 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