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Bath County News-Outlook December 11, 2003 AND ine Vice, 81, sville, les away Line Powell Vice, age 81, High Street, in Owings- away Saturday, 6, 2003, at Mary She was born 1922, to the late Lucy late Rollie She was a native of Bath and the wife of Robert L She was a homemaker, from Cowden Mfg. years. She was a mem- the Owingsville First of God. her widower, she is by two daughters: Pelfrey (husband, Dale), sville; Juanita Shuler Lee), alsd of Owings- grandsons: Robert of Georgetown; of Owingsville; ghter, Carrie one brother, Bill of Marion, Indiana; four Donna Crump, of Faye Brown, of Maye Pergram, of and Edith Roll, of Indiana; and several nephews. Besides her she was preceded in by one brother, T.J. services were held at Lm., Tuesday, December at the Richie Hunt 'Home, in Owingsviile, Rev. Lowell Rice offici- was in the Owings- I se Burton, 95, sville, away L. Howard Burton, of Foxcliff Road, in gsville, passed away December 5, 200, at her She was the widow of Burton and a native of County. She was a member of the Church. She was 8, 1908, to the Howard and "- Wilbur Howard. are two sons: Burton, of Owingsviffe; Burton; also of two daughters: of Owings- Phyllis Downs, of Salt 29 grandchildren; 62 ; 12 great- and several and nephews. services were held at Monday, December 8, at the Salt Lick Freewill Church, with the Rev. Arnett and the Rev. Burial was in the Cemetery. The Richie luneral Home, in Owings- was in charge of the Gay Clemons, 91, of Sharpsburg, passes away Gay Clemons, age 91, of Sharpsburg, passed away Tues- day, November 25, 2003, at Mary Chiles Hospital, in Mt. Sterling. He was born April 8, 1909, in Nicholas County, to the late William and Margaret Jones Clemons. He was the widower of Geneva Clemons. He was a farmer, a Kentucky colonel, and the Chairman of the Board of Deacons at the Greater First Baptist Church, in Sharpsburg. Survivors are two sons: George Clemons (wife, Bar- bara) and Monroe Clemons (wife, Alberta), all of Sharps- burg; two daughters: Virginia Boyd (husband, Butt), of Sharpsburg; and Emma Jones, of Paris, Kentucky; one brother, William "Mickey" Clemons, of Sharpsburg; a special friend, Richard Mynhier; sisters-in-law: Lucille Derrickson, of Paris, Kentucky; Isabel Scruggs (hus- band, Monroe), of Sharpsburg; three adoptive children: Maggie and Earl Jones and Kitty Walker; 18 grandchildren; several great- grandchildren; and several great-great-granchildren. Besides his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by two daughters: Margaret Boyd and Gloria Darneil; five brothers: Harrison, Henry L., Albert, Tay- lor Clemons and Russell Trum- bo; and four sisters: Leona Jones; Bertha Mac Scott; Mary D. Clemons; and Eva Taul. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Friday, November 28, 2003, at the Greater First Baptist Church, in Sharpsburg, with the Rev. J.N. Higgins offi- ciating. Burial was in the Long- view Cemetery, in Bethel. The Richardson Funeral Home, in Owingsville, was in charge of the arrangements. Lillie Wightrnan, 74, of Owingsville, passes away Lillie Grace Lyons Wight- man, age 74, of Slate Avenue, in Owingsville, passed away Dec- ember 8, 2003, at her residence. She was the wife of Austin Wightman, Jr. and a native of Bath County. She was a former A.O. Smith employee and a Lexington Herald-Leader carri- er. She was born November 6, 1929, to the late Hester Hawkins Lyons and the late William Lyons. Besides her widower, she is survived by three sons: Preston Wightman; C.W. Wightman; and Tommy Wightman, all of Ready for delivery {HR$L|R'DODEE,Jliq) 1-800-963-2886 I REMEMBER I-remember when you were small, I remember when you thought we could do it all. 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