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April 03, 2012

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6A McCreary County Record, Tuesday, April 3, 2012, Whitley City, Kentucky This Week's Obituaries Stearns, Kentucky died March 25, 2012 in Somerset, Kentucky at the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospi- tal. Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 28, 2012 in the McCreary County Funeral Home with Rev. Sam Vaughn officiating. Burial was in the Keith-Morrow Cemetery. He was born in Barthell, Kentucky on May 25, 1944 the son of the late Edward and Gladys Marie (Stevens) Musgrove. He was a die maker for Frank's Foundry and attended the East Appletree United Baptist Church. His parents, son, Billy Musgrove; daughter, Lois Ann Crabtree; and brothers, Bobby Lloyd Musgrove and Billy Mus- grove precede him in death. Delmer Edward Musgrove Delmer Edward Musgrove, age 67 years, of Delmer Musgrove Survivors include his wife, Gayle (Austin) Mus- grove of Stearns, Kentucky, sons, Ray Allen Mus- grove and wife Dana of Adger, Alabama, Wayne Moses of Adger, Alabama, and Alexander Strunk of Stearns, Kentucky; daughter, Paula Musgrove and fiancé, Ronnie Allen Duncan of Oneida, Tennessee; stepsons, Brian Perry of Somerset, Kentucky and Darrell Wayne Stephens of Stearns, Kentucky; step- daughters, Brooke Worley of Stearns, Kentucky, Dana Jones of Marshes Siding, Kentucky, and Sher- rie Lynn Burk of Somerset, Kentucky; brothers, Ronald Musgrove and Donald Musgrove both of Strunk, Kentucky; and sisters, Lois Shoopman of Revelo, Kentucky and Stella Clark of Strunk, Ken- tucky. 12 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren also survive. McCreary County Funeral Home entrusted with the arrangements. Nancy Ellen Koger Stephens, 75, of Whitley City, Kentucky passed away Monday, March 26, 2012 at the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somer- set, Kentucky. Nancy Stephens Private graveside memorial services were held Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 11:00 am at the Pine Knot Cemetery. She was born January 6, 1937 in Co-operative, Kentucky to Austin B. Koger and Mary Ellen Cain Koger. Nancy had worked as a truck driver for Wal- mart before her illness. She enjoyed reading, scrap- booking, and collecting movies. Preceding her in death were her parents and brothers, Harold "Sonny" Koger and Earl Koger. Survivors include a son, E. Thomas Connors, III and his wife, April, of Somerset, Kentucky, daughters, Mary Preister and her husband, Eric, of Topeka, Kansas, Christina Ellen Connors of Savannah, Georgia, Deborah K. Bryant and her husband, Danny, of North Vernon, Indiana, and Michelle Lynn Hey- ward and her husband, Stephen, of Savannah, Nancy Stephens Georgia, brothers, Jack Koger and his wife, Wanda Ray, of Stearns, Kentucky, and Don Koger and his wife, Pat, of Greeneville, Tennessee, a sister, Kay Hendrick of Louisville, Kentucky, and seven grand- children. Hickman-Strunk Funeral Home served the family of Nancy Ellen Koger Stephens. Condolences may be express to the family at strunkfunerahome.net. Clifford "Bud" Foster, age 78, died on March 24, 2012 in Lexington, Ky. He was a resident of the Vet- erans Nursing Home in Wilmore, KY. He was born in McCreary County in 1933, and was preceded in death by his Grandpar- ents Shelby and Elizabeth Foster, and Lewis and Nannie Grant, and his parents Wiley and Bessie Foster. A daughter, Donna Foster, and a nephew, Larry Worley, also preceded him in death. Clifford Foster Bud Foster served in the US Army in Korea. He is survived by two Clifford Foster daughters; Missy (Foster) East of Bloomington, IN, and Chrissy Foster of Columbus, OH; one sister, Jean Worley of Smithtown; one brother, James Ed- ward Foster of Mt. Washington, KY; 3 nieces and 6 nephews. Bud Foster has chosen cremation, and there will be no visitation or formal service. He was an active member of the Bethel United Bap- tist Church and a faithful servant of the Lord. He enjoyed fishing, camping and rebuilding classic cars. He retired from AB&B. Billie J. Hughes, 72, of Muncie, IN went home to be with the Lord on Saturday March 24, 2012 at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, IN. He was born on January 23, 1940 in Smith- town, KY the son of Leslie and Tona (New) Hughes. On April 27, 1957 he married Bettie (Downs) Hughes, who preceded him in death in 2008. Billie was a loving father and grandfather. Billie Hughes Surviving relatives in- clude four children, three sons, Billie Joe Hughes, Jr. of Gaston, IN; Walter Allen Hughes (Tina) of Muncie, IN; Todd Hughes (Christina) of Muncie, IN; one daughter, Toni Blan- chard (Phil) of Muncie, Billie Hughes IN; three brothers, Darrel Hughes (Helen) of Muncie, IN; Paul Hughes (Bettie) of Muncie, IN; Bruce Hughes (Christine) of Florida; two sisters, Audrey Stevens of Marion, IN; Ava Keith (Pascal) of Ft. Mitchell, KY; a dear family member, Leslie Hughes of Muncie, IN; twelve grandchildren, Matthew, Kayle, William, Anson, Nathaniel, Bre, Hunter, Is- abella, Alexandra, Isaac, Hunter, and Bryson. He was preceded in death by his wife and parents. Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Wednesday March 28, 2012 at Garden View Funeral Home 10501 North State Road 3 Muncie, IN. Pastor Hoyt Davis will officiate the service. Burial will follow at the Gardens of Memory Cemetery in Muncie. Memorial contributions can be made to the Bethel United Baptist church 301 N. Eastwood, Muncie, IN 47303. Online guest book and condolences at www.gar- denviewandgardensofmemory.com been randomly selected for a $1000 Best Buy Card" or another text offering you a free Walmart gift card, delete the message! This is a smishing scam! Both text messages ask you to click on a link to claim your "prize." Some BBB employees received the Best Buy text message last night. Better Business Bureau warns against texts offering 'free' gift cards If you receive a text message saying you "have like Walmart, Best Buy, other popular retailers, or even your bank. If you click on the link in the text message, you will be asked for personal information that could be used to steal your identity. If you receive similar texts or emails, the BBB has this advice: Smishing is a relatively new twist on an old scam that capitalizes on the growth in smartphones. A smishing scam is a phishing scam that is sent to you via SMS text to your phone, instead of via email to your computer. Scams like this use names that you recognize – By LEAMON BRANSCUM Hello friends. Elder Leamon Bran- scum and Bro. Homer Griffis visited friends at Wilson Memorial on Fri- day. Jim Davis visited his brother, Robert Nelson Davis, at Fair Haven Rest Home on Friday. Elder and Mrs. Lea- mon Branscum enjoyed a lunch at Piqua, OH on Saturday and did some shopping while there. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Day visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan this week. Elder Leamon Bran- scum and Bro. Homer Griffis visited Joyce Phillips, Claude Brown- ing and Nelson Davis at Fair Haven Rest Home on Friday. A special church serv- ice was held on Sunday morning, March 18, at the home of Elder Jim Hamblin, who is very ill. Hickory Grove United Baptist Church gath- ered at the home. Two were saved at this serv- ice. Elder and Mrs. Lea- mon Branscum attended. Everyone was blessed. Elder Tom Jones preached on Sunday morning for First United Baptist Church. Elder Earnie Jones held a prayer service at Fair Haven Rest Home on Sunday. In memory of loved ones Charlie White, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Spradlin, Earl Anderson, Frank Griffis, Elder and Mrs. Walter Cox, Elder and Mrs. Sam Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foster, Mark Waters, Ralph Goins, Thomas L. Branscum, Tom Lee Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Farris, Mr. and Mrs. Link Waters, Noble Bowman, Hollen Bowman, Buddy Boy King, Sam Davis, Earl King, Mr. and Mrs. W.U. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred King, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Nip Barnett and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gibson. Betty Jones visited her parents, elder and Mrs. Leamon Branscum on Monday evening. Greetings to Jo Ann Waters, Mary Worley, Cora Waters, Louise Spradlin, Jean Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Luid Mar- tin, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Branscum, Bro. and sister Venson Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tucker, Helen Coffey, rev. and Mrs. Bill Cantrall, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Coffey, Marie Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Billups, Jim Gilreath, Elder and Mrs. William Waters, Elder and Mrs. Dave Moran, Rev. and Mrs. Mottie Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Moses, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marians, Elder and Mrs. Silas Coffey, Pat Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Day, •Do not click on links in text messages or emails offering prizes or 'free' products or trial offers. •Delete any texts or emails that claim you have won a prize or are eligible for a free product. •Do not provide personal information to claim 'prizes' or to sign up for free trials. •Never give your credit card number, social se- curity number or bank account information to pay SIDNEY, OHIO NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan, Elder and Mrs. Jim Bowman and all the congregation of Mt. View United Baptist Church. Raymond Phillips, Thressa Coleman and Elder and Mrs. Leamon Branscum were shop- ping in Lima, OH on Tuesday. In memory of the old Worley Baptist Church in the coal mine camp. Elder Leamon Bran- scum was in charge of prayer service on Thurs- day evening at First United Baptist Church. Darrell VanHook is still on the sick list and needs every ones' prayers. William Branscum visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Billups on Thurs- day. Evelyn Kerns was supper guest of Elder and Mrs. Leamon Bran- scum on Wednesday evening. Elder J. S. New who has been on the sick list is doing better. Northtown Church of God had a revival Sun- day thru Tuesday. Everyone enjoyed the good services with a lot of special singing. Jim Jones visited his mother, Lizzie Jones, on Thursday. Virginia Siler and her daughter, Betty Knut- son, enjoyed a lunch on Friday at Bob Evans. Let us all pray for each other; love each other; speak well of each other. to have a friend you must be a friend. for fees, taxes, or shipping costs for anything that you may have 'won' or are getting for 'free'. •Check your bank statements and credit cards on a regular basis for unauthorized charges. •Discuss smishing scams with all members of your family who have cell phones, from the youngest to the oldest. •Check your and your children's credit reports with all three credit bureaus annually for any unau- thorized credit accounts that have been opened using your social security numbers. You can get a free credit report, three times per year, at www.an- nualcreditreport.com For more information, go to www.bbb.org or call 1-800-388-2222. Maxfield completes basic training Navy Seaman Ap- prentice Craig W. Max- field, son of Julie M. Haskell of Kettering, Ohio and Micheal D. Maxfield, of Whitley City, Ky., recently com- pleted U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight- week program, Maxfield completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on phys- ical fitness. The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations". This exercise gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet. "Battle Stations" is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attrib- utes of sacrifice, dedica- tion, teamwork and endurance in each re- cruit through the practi- cal application of basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor, Courage and Commit- ment. Its distinctly ''Navy'' flavor was de- signed to take into ac- count what it means to be a Sailor. Maxfield is a 2008 graduate of Fairmont High School of Ketter- ing, Ohio. Winchester, Patton & Burgess, PSC Anthony Bryant, PA-C; Fran Matthews, Practice Manager John A. L. Patton, M.D.; Jerald M. Burgess, M.D.; K. Susan Jasper, APRN; Jeanne Chase, APRN; Thuresa S. Cash, APRN; Carol Duncan, APRN; 19 Medical Loop, Whitley City (Behind Burgess Drugs) Board Certified Family Physicians Appointments Available•Walk-ins Welcome (606) 376-5391 Mon-Fri 8:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.

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