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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, March 7, 2002. PAGE 2-A Bernard H. Boone Bernard H. Boone, 91, of Hartford, formerly of Pleasant Ridge, died Saturday, March 2, 2002, at Professional Healthcare Center in Hartford. The Daviess County native was a farmer, a member of Mount Moriah Church of God and enjoyed hunting and fish- ing. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ona Boone, on Sep- tember 9, 1996; and a son, Harold Boone, on January 18, 1986. Survivors include two sons, Delbert G. Boone of Hartford, James B. Boone, Reban R. Boone and Charles B. Boone, all of Utica, and Jackie H. Boone of Whitesville; two daughters, Jean Schroader of Masonville and Linda Finley of Pleasant Ridge; 23 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; several great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Lucille Trodglen of Owensboro and Virginia Lay- man of Philpot; and a half- brother, Van B. Logsdon of Whitesville. Services were Tuesday at Glenn Funeral Home chapel in Owensboro with burial in Rosehill Cemetery in Owens- boro. Louis "Sleepy" Ferguson Louis "Sleepy" Ferguson, 75, -of Greenville died there Friday, March 1, 2002, at Muhlenberg Community Hospital after a brief illness. The Huntsville, Alabama na- tive was a member of Trinity General Baptist Church in Clifty and retired fr9m P&M Coal Companyas a coal miner. Survivors include his wife of 20 years, Pauline Lear Ferguson; two stepsons, Glendal Ray Sweeney of Greenville and Kerry Randel Sweeney of Clifty; five stepdaughters, Rita Faye Yarbrough of Hopkinsville, Shirley Elaine Sweeney of Glasgow, Brenda Kay Rolley and Teressa Diane Mayes, both of Greenville, and Donna Sue Mefford of Belton; 12 stepgrandchildren; two stepgreat-grandchildren; two brothers, Bill Ferguson of Beaver Dam and Ray Ferguson of Beech Creek; and two sisters, Lillian Knight of Central City and Pansie Ferguson of Rock- ford, Illinois. Services were Monday at Trinity General Baptist Church in Clifty with burial in Joines Chapel Cemetery in Clifty. Gary's Funeral Home in Central City was in charge of arrange- ments. Opal L. Ward Opal L. Ward, 56, of Hartford died Friday, March 1, 2002, at Owensboro Mercy Health Sys- tem. The Ohio County native was a homemaker. Survivors include a son, Jerry Ward of Paducah; two grandchil- dren; three brothers, R.V. Dockery and Jerry Dockery, both of Hartford, and Dairl Dockery of Beaver Dam; and a sister, Mary Calloway of Hartford. Services were Monday at Wil- liam L. Danks Funeral Home in Beaver Dam with burial in Oakwood Cemetery in Hartford. Reva W. "Granny" Ford Reva W. "Granny" Ford, 83, of Whitesville died there Wednesday, February 27, 2002, at her son's home. The Ohio County native was a member of Bells Run Baptist church and taught Sunday school for many years. She was a sergeant in the Woman's Army Corps, a veteran of World War II and enjoyed quilting, playing piano and cooking. Survivors include her hus- band of 58 years, Shelby Ford; three sons, Shelby Ford Jr. of Pleasant Ridge and John Bryce Ford and George Ford, both of Whitesville; 10 grand- children; 13 great-grandchil- dren; a brother, Bob Westerfield of Warren Michi- gan; and several nephews and nieces. Services were Saturday at Cecil Funeral Home in Whitesville with burial in Bells run Cemetery in Ohio County. Raymond Tatum Raymond Tatum, 87, of Bea- ver Dam died Tuesday, February 26, 2002, at Ohio County Hospi- tal in Hartford. The Ohio County native was a farmer, a Methodist and a member of Ohio County Saddle Club. Survivors include his wife, Clarice Daniel Tatum; a son, Terry Tatum of Chicago; a daughter, Linda Young of Sturgis; and two grandchildren. Services were Saturday at William L. Danks Funeral Home in Beaver Dam with burial in Bethel Cemetery in Ohio County. Kenneth Ray Hudson Kenneth Ray Hudson, 76, of Alpharetta, Georgia, formerly of Beaver Darn, died Sunday, March 3, 2002 at St. Joseph Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. The Beaver Dam native re- bred from the United States Air Force. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rita Coleman Hudson, on Decem- ber 10, 1994. Survivors include a daugh- ter, Mich,e,lle Taylor of Alpharetta; a sister, Emma Foreman of Owensboro; and two grandchildren. Services were Tuesday at William L. Danks Funeral Home in Beaver Dam with burial in Sunnyside Cemetery in Beaver Dam. Martha Gayle Byrd Martha Gayle Byrd, 51, of Owensboro died Tuesday, Feb- ruary 19, 2002, at Owensboro Mercy Health System. The Pleasant Ridge native retired from Hillcrest Nursing Home in Owensboro. She was a member of Mount Calvary Baptist Church and enjoyed reading, sewing and taking photographs. Survivors include a son, Samuel Dortzes Byrd of Lou- isville; a brother; a sister, Car- rie L. Hamilton of Owensboro; two half sisters, Connie L. Leake and Gaynell Dortch, both of Los Angeles; several nephews and nieces; an uncle; two aunts; and cousins. Services were Saturday at Young's Funeral Home in Owensboro. Ruby Taylor Farmer Ruby Taylor Farmer, 88, of Fordsville died there Saturday, February 23, 2002, at FordsviUe Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. The Ohio County native was a member of Adaburg Baptist Church in Ohio County and was a Kentucky Colonel. She re- ceived her G.E.D. at the age of 83 and was a reporter for the Ohio County Times. Her hus- band, Otis Farmer, died October 22, 1988: Survivors include a son, Glenn Farmer of Whitesville; a daugh- ter, Phyllis Farmer of Whitesville; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a step- great-grandchild; two brothers, Chester Farmer of Florida and J.R. Farmer of Hartford; and two sisters, Norma Bridgmon of Owensboro and Jean Hawkins of Florida. Services were Monday at Adaburg Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery. Cecil Funeral Home in Whitesville was in charge of ar- rangements. On February 25, Stacy Gibson, of Beaver Dam, was ar- rested for failure to appear and pay fine. Gibson was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Cen- ter. On February 26, Timothy Deskins, of Greensburg, Indi- ana, was arrested for flagrant nonsupport. Deskins was lodged in the Ohio County De- tention Center. On February 26, Dustin L. Rock, of Rockport, was arrested for violation of EPO times two. Rock was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On February 26, Thomas Hagan, of Fordsville, was ar- rested for driving on DUI sus- pended license second. Hagan was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On February 26, Billy Deskins, of Cromwell, was ar- rested for criminal possession of forged instrument second. Deskins was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On February 26, Bobby Bysor, of Beaver Dam, was ar- rested for manufacturing meth- amphetamine first. Bysor was lodged in the Ohio County De- tention Center. On February 26, Willard Turner, of Beaver Dam, was ar- rested for wanton endanger- ment first times two, unlawful imprisonment first, assault fourth, disorderly conduct, re- sisting arrest, and terroristic threatening. Turner was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On February 26, Ralph E. Garrett, of Whitesville, was ar- rested for failure to appear. Garrett was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On February 28, Dereck Bowlds, of Owensboro, was ar- rested for failure to comply. Bowlds was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On March 3, Willard Howard, of Beaver Dam, was arrested for failure to appear times two. Howard was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. Phillip D. Hayes, theft by de- ception. Pied guilty, 30 days, all suspended for two years on con- dition defendant make restitu- tion in full on or before March 29, 2002 and pays costs of $113.35. Terry K. Johnson, theft by deception. Pled guilty, fined "$100 plus 10 days in jail, sus- pended two years, costs $113.35. Leslie Brown, operating a motor vehicle under influence of alcohol]drugs. Pled guilty, fine plus costs. Quentin Rashaad Randolph, criminal mischief, second de- gree. Pled guilty, six months suspended two years, costs. Margaret M. Litsey, operat- ing motor vehicle under influ- ence of alcohol/drugs, first. Pled guilty, fines plus costs, four days in jail, credit two served. David A. Felty, operating mo- tor vehicle under influence of alcohol]drugs. Pied guilty, fine plus costs. Victor Olivo Jr., theft by de- ceptiom Pied guilty, fmed $50 MargaritaC. Smith, operat- plus i0 days.suspen