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2 December 17, 2008 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook ij was the daughter of the late Alvah and Velma Eshelman Joe Lucca and Viola Moore Rogers. Lucca. She was a retired FHA Miss Lucca was a teacher with the Western homemaker and attended Brown School District the Northside Church of and had taught at the God. Little Miami andFelicity She is survived by three Schools as well.She was brothers, Roger Lucca, also a 4-H Advisor, a Edward Lucca and Joe Lucca member of the Georgetown Jr., all of Bath County; two United Methodist Church, sisters, Viola Lockerman of Georgetown United Metho- Mt. Sterling and La Verne dist Women's Association, Eaton of Burlington; several GEVS Band Boosters Past nieces and nephews and President and was retired BOBBY JOE EASTON several great-niecesand from the Ohio Education Bobby Joe Easton, 63, of nephews. JASON HUNT Association, National Old River Road in Salt Lick,She was preceded in death Jason Hunt, 27, of Education Association, passed away Thursday Dec. by two brothers, Sherman Owingsville, passed away Brown County Education 11, 2008, at his residence. Lucca and Charlie Lucca; -Dec. 10, 2008. Association, SouthWestOhio HewasbornJune28, 1945, andtwosisters, MaryCrouchBornApril 3, 1981, hewas Education Association and the son of Beatrice Sparks and Minnie McDonald. the son of Sharon Reynoldsthe Brown County Retired Easton of Morehead and the Funeral services were Hunt and the late Mark Teachers Association. late Emerson Easton. He conducted Dec. 13 at Hunt. Survivors include her was a former truck driver. Richardson Funeral Home Surviving, in addition husband of 49years, Chester Surviving, in addition with Rev. Jim Crouch to his mother, is a son, Greene; three children - to his mother, is his wife, officiating. Christopher Hunt of Salt Dana GreeneofGreensburg, Linda Gail Marlow Easton; Burial was in Owingsville Lick; one sister, Priscilla Pc.; Glen Greene of Mt. one daughter, Lisa Michele Cemetery. Hunt of Owingsville; one Sterling; and Janice Greene Easton Johnson; and one www.ricahrsonfh.com brother, Perry Hunt of of Johnson City, Tenn.; son, Christopher Dalyon Farmers, Ky.; maternal five grandchildren; two Easton, both of Salt Lick; MABEL L. COREY grandmother, Shirley brothers - Robert Rogers of two granddaughters - Holly Mabel L. Corey, 91, of Reynolds of Salt Lick; andGreenville, Oh. and Donnie LynnetteJohnsonUtterback Owingsville, passed away paternal grandmother, Rogers of Arcanum, Oh.; and her husband Nathan of Dec. 11, 2008. She was theJean Reichenbach and her and two sisters - Kathleen Salt Lick and Lindsay Gail widow of Irvin Corey. husband Terry of Salt Lick. Phillips of Arcanum, Oh. Johnson .of Owingsville; Born on Nov. 2, 1917, she Funeral services were and Margaret Robinson of one great-granddaughter, was the daughter of the late conducted Dec. 15, at 2 p.m. West Covina, Calif. Skylar Raelynn Utterback; Will G. and Mary Susan at Powell Funeral Home Local services will be three sisters - Betty June Goodpaster. with the Rev. Randy Smith conducted Dec. 19, at 1 Marlow of Salt Lick; Sue Mrs. Corey was a officiating. Burial followed p.m. at Salt Lick Christian Hogge and her husband homemaker and a member in Jones Cemetery. Church. Visitation will be Myron of Ashland, Ky.; of Hedricks Church of God. from Noon until 1 p.m. Dec. and Kaye Thacker and She is survived by PAULINE MAE GREENE 19 at the church. Interment her husband Rick of Mt. five daughters, Lorene Mrs. Pauline Mac Greene, will follow in Polksville Sterling, Ky.; one brother, (Clendairus) Otis of 79, of Georgetown, Oh., Cemetery. Billy Emerson Easton of Owingsville, Clemmie passed away Dec. 15, Powell Funeral Home Salt Lick; several nieces; (Ray) Vice of Owingsville,2008, at the Brown County will be caring for local nephews; aunts; and uncles. Annabelle (Robert) Razor Hospital in Georgetown. arrangements. In addition to his father, he of Salt Lick, Kay (Sidney)Born July 13, 1929 at was preceded in death by Highley of Owingsville West Manchester, Oh., she see more obituaries on a brother-in-law, Kenneth am[ ::jennette Gorrell was the daughter of the !ate '/i,, i :, page' .......... Marlow and a niece, Sarah of Owingsville; ten :: Marie Easton .... grandchildren and 14 great-[~~ ~1 Funeral services were grandchildren. conducted Saturday Dec. 13,She was preceded in death ' .- 2008 at 2pm at Lakeview by herhusband, IrvinCorey; " "--. CommunityChurchwiththe two sons, Freeman Clay tl I Rev. James Allen officiating. Corey and Lowell Thomas Interment followed in theCorey; three brothers and Powell Funeral Home Marlow Family Cemetery. three sisters. 24 Hour Obituary Powell Funeral Home caredFuneral services were for arrangements, conducted Dec. 14 at Information Line Richardson Funeral Home LOUISE LUCAS with Rev. Randall Jackson 606'683"5221 Louise Lucca, 87, of officiating. Burial was in 'Owingsville, passed away Knox Hill Cemetery. Dec. 10, 2008. www.richardsonfh.com. Born on May 25, 1921, she Lakeview Community Church Pastor James Allen ? Thank You The family of Evelyn Rice Dahirot would like to express our thanks and gratitude for all the prayers, flowers, foo l, cards, phone calls and visits during our difficult time of \ , t orrow. A special thank you to the ladies of e cltli e Slate Valley Christian Church of the won- derful meal, Bro. Lowell Rice and Richie Hunt Funeral Home. May God bless each of you. at the Ed, Louise, Frances Eula, Roxie Owingsville & families First Church of God 320 Slate Ave. Friday, Dec. 19 5 to 8 p.m. Auction starts at 6 p.m. Cost: Adults-S6; Children under 12 - $5 Albert is fighting a battle with advanced ntatl cancer. In this season of giving, this is a wonderful December21at 6 p.m. opportunity to do something that can really make a difference for a man who has given Join us for an inspirational so much to Bath County/ Cantata with a drama Do your Christmas shopping at the presentation entitled auction.t,t "Christian Offering"' Sponsored by participating churches, businesses, Church is located at 1086 W. Hwy. 36, Owingsville community organizations, friends and family! We have been blessed at Lakeview as we have been understanding in a fresh way the true meaning of Christmas and enjoying together the wonderful story of The Savior's birth in song and Scriptural messages. Dec. 21 at 10 a.m. the boys and girls will present their program. The Children and Youth Choir will be singing and individual children from The Preschool and Friendship Churcheswill be sharing poems and readings. These children have put a lot of effort into this presentation and will be rewarded during their 11 a.m. church services with a Christmas movie, devotion, party and nice gift from an adult friend. We look forward to special Christmas music by the church choir, Bob Bailey, and others and a Christmas Message by Bro. Allen at 11:00. That evening from 4:30- 5:30, the Youth are planning to share Christmas with the whole community by sponsoring a live manger scene in front of the church. Live animals will be an interesting part of this realistic scene. The evening service will begin at 6:00 and will climax and conclude as a group of girls pantomime "Silent Night". Following this service there will be an afterglow to look forward to. Our prayers for and sincere sympathy to Gail Easton and family. We are saddened by the death of Bobby Easton, a special member of our church family. We were happy to be able to serve his family a nice meal following the funeral Friday evening. This Friday will be the funeral of the sister-in- law of Robert Green, Mrs. Chester Green. This family will be in our prayers at this time of loss. The Young at Heart rescheduledtheir Christmas Gathering for this Friday Dec. 19, at 6 p.m. There will be a great meal, special singing, and lots of fun, and inspiration. The Virgil Withrow Family is in our prayers. Our troops and their families are on our prayer list at this time. LAKEVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH CAVE RUN LAKE ROAD (HWY 826) LIVE MANGER SCENE DECEMBER 21 4:30 - 5:30 *************:***:t EVENING SERVICE 6:00 CONCLUDED WITH A BEAUTIFUL PANTOMIME OF "SILENT NIGHT" AFTERGLOW IN THE CHURCH FELLOWSHIP HALL FOLLOWS BOYS AND GIRLS PROGRAM FEATURING THE YOUTH CHOIR 10:00 A.M. DECEMBER 21 CHILDREN CHURCHES CHRISTMAS SERVICE AND PARTY 11:00 EVERYONE IS WELCOME HAVE A BLESSED CHRISTMAS PASTOR ALLEN AND CONGREGATION ~i, = our n itation... The Owingsville First Church of God SANCTUARY CHOIR presents at the Owingsville First Church of God Johnathan Crumpton's Cantata to the ( Yo 19" In two mornin worship services this Sunday! 9 a.m. Early Christmas Worship Service 10 a.m. Between Services Fellowship 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship Services Some of Bath County's Finest Voices will be presenting this excellent Christmas arrangement. You're very much wanted and welcome at the Owingsville First Church of God so please join with us this Sunday! :1