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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD job forkentuclq:corn FIVE DAY THURSDAY 60/46 V SATURDAY 71/49 A3 MAY 4, 2017 @ ;'2;46 Q MONDAY O 74/53 DUSTIN RAY MATrHEWS MUNFORDVILLE Dustin Ray Mat- thews, 24, Mun- fordvillepassed away Saturday, April 29, 2017 in Glasgow. He was a 2oll Hart County High School grad- uate, employed by NAPA Auto Parts, a firefighter with MunfordvilleFire Department, avid diesel truck enthu- siast and a member of Concord Baptist Church. He is survived by his father, Danny Matthews and girlfriend Linda Cook, Munfordville; his mother, Niki Hayes and husband Bobby, Campbellsville; one sister, Amber Matthews, Nashville, TN; one brother, Aaron Matthews and wife Gabby, Mun- fordville; one niece, Paisley Mat-thews; maternal grandparents, Jan and Larry Janes, Hardyville; pa- ternal grandfather, Henry Wayne Matthews, Bon- nieville; several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Rosie Matt_hews and a cousin, Taylyn Logsdon. Celebration of Life Service was held 1:oo pm, Tues- day, May 2, 2017 at Brooks Funeral Home. Inter- ment was in the Concord Cemetery, Bonnieville. Memorial contributions can be made to the Mun- fordville Fire Department c/o Brooks Funeral Home. DONALD LEE MeKINNEY HORSE CAVE - Donald Lee MeKinney, 83, Shel- byville, passed away Tuesday April 25, 2o17 at St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville. He was a native of Adair County and a life long farmer. He is preceded in death by his parents, William M- vin and Bessie Bell Branham McKinney; two sons, Harry Lee and Daniel Ray McKinney and two sis- ters, Gail Brown and Rena White. He is survived by children, Judy Frimmans and Ter- ry'McKinney and six grandchildren, Candy McK- inney, Austin McKinney, Joseph Lee McKinney, Freddie Mien McKinney, Tina Ann Campbells, and Comara Rena Frimmans. A graveside services were held 1:oo p.m. Friday April 28, 2017 at Houk Cemetery under the direction of Winn Funeral Home. Condolences may be expressed online at www.winn- JUDY C. LILE HORSE CAVE - Judy C. Lile, 69, Louisville, passed away Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at Ho- sparus Inpatient Care. She was a na- tive of Hart County and a homemaker. She loved her son and family. She was preceded in death by her par- ents, Earl McCubbin .......... and MaNe Riordan; her loving husband, Billy Lile on December 08, 2007; one son, Christopher Lee tile in 198o; one brother, Kenneth McCubbin and step-father, Orpha Scott. She is survived by her son, Dwayne Lile, Louisville; a step-daughter, Monica Isbell, Tennessee; five step-grandchildren; one aunt, Loretta Riordan, Pas- cal; several cousins and a host of friends. Funeral services were held 1:0o p.m. Saturday, April 29, 2o17 in the chapel of Winn Funeral Home with burial in the Whickerville Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed online at www.winn- SHERRY ANN DELK MARTHA J. MATrHEWS TERRY GLASGOW- Martha J. Matthews Ter- ry, 76, died Friday, April 28, 2o17 at T.J. Samson Com- munity Hospital. She was the daugh- ter of the late James A. and Dorothy Al- exander Matthews. She was a member of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Glasgow where she served in numerous capacities including service as an Elder. More recently, she had been a unteer at the Community Soup Kitchen. faithful vol- A graduate of Hiseville High School, she earned a Bachelor of Science and Master's degree, and Rank I from Western Kentucky University. A dedicated ed- ucator, she taught 30 years at Caverna Elementary School until retiring in 1995. In addition to teach- ing in the classroom, Martha served the education profession as president of the Caverna Education Association, the Third District Education Associa- tion, and was a delegate to the National Education Association. She was a knowledgeable and vocal ad- vocate of fair and equitable benefits and retirement plans for public school teachers across the state. She was honored with the Educator of Excellence Award by the Caverna Jaycees. Extending her passion for young people beyond the classroom, she was a long-time 4-H leader. After retirement, she owned and operated Goodnight Inn where she served both memorable food and hospitality for 13 years. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, W.S. "Bumpy" Terry, III and her only child, W. Samuel Terry, IV. She is also survived by a brother, James A. Matt_hews, III, Mount Washington; two sisters, Pitsy Matt_hews Buren and Mary Belle Matthews Newby, both of Louisville; five nieces; three neph- ews and numerous great nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 11:oo am at First Christian Church of Glasgow. A family graveside service was held later that day at the Horse Cave Cemetery. Hatcher and Saddler Fu- neral Home were in charge of the arrangements. Alternate expressions of sympathy are suggested to the First Christian Church of Glasgow. KENNETH ROBERT PUCKETr INDIANA Ken- neth Robert Puck- eR, 79, passed away in New Albany, In- diana on April 23, 2017. He was born in Bonnieville on December 18, 1937. Visitation and ser- vices were held at Spring Valley Fu- neral Home on April 28, 2o17. Following the service, burial was held at the Kraft Graceland Ceme- tery. Obituaries must be submitted by a licensed funeral home in order to be placed in ourpublication. Please have your funeral provider contact us for place- ment. Photos should bejpegformat. Please email to or fax to 786-4470. Funeral prvoiders determine the size and content,of all obits provided to JPI and most newq)apers. Buzz Around Bonnieville By Linda Watts Hello Friends! Congratulations to Munford- ville, the z6th Kentucky Trail Town! Coni Shep- perd, Executive Director Munfordville Tourism, would like to thank everyone that came out for the official Munfordville Trail Town Designa- tion Ceremony at Thelma Stovall Park, Green River Arboretum last Thursday, April 27th. In addition to the Green River Water Trail which runs through Munfordville to Mammoth Cave National Park, there are additional hiking & biking trails currently under development which offer a number of outdoor experiences. See you at the River! The First Weekend in May is our Munfordville City-wide, Hart County-wide Yard Sale. There will be yard sales on 31W beginning North of Bounieville to Munfordville, all around Town Square & just about every neighborhood & along 3zW to Horse Cave & beyond! This is a big event every year, come out and find furniture, clothing, jewelry, books, knick knacks, antiques & treasures of all kinds! Woodson House Garden Festival & Ladies Tea is Saturday May 13th, located at the Battle for The Bridge Preserve, & will include vendors, garden items, plants, bulbs, local handcrafted items, historical displays, folk art, demonstra- tions & more. The Garden festival is Free, the Ladies Tea is an annual fundraiser, and pro- ceeds from the Tea go to help with restoration & maintenance of the Historic Anthony Woodson House & grounds. The Tea will be held inside the Home from 2pm until 4pro Rain or Shine! Tea tickets are now available at the Historical Museum, Citizens First & Hart Co Chamber of- rice; Adults $15, children under loyrs $5. Sub- mit local happenings to me at lindamwatts@ yahoo.corn, instagram@buzzzaround or the Bonnieville Facebook page. Hart Co. Historical Society News By CAROLYN SHORT An old Muster Roll listing Capt. Milton P. Hodg- es of the 3oth Kentucky Mounted Infantry was forwarded to us by Chadie Williams. Also sent were the discharge papers of Robert N. Waldeck whose great-great-grandson is Michael Moody. Thank you, Mr. Williams. We are always glad to add to our veteran information. Last week I forgot to mention our April quar- terly meeting led by Stewart Sanders. He is the Kentucky Historical Society History Advocate and former director of the Perryville Battlefield Preservation Association. He led a discussion about Kentucky and its 225th anniversary. Our audience was very engaged. Remember the Woodson House Garden Fes- tival and Ladies Tea on Saturday May 13. See our web page and last week's Hart County News-Herald for details. Genealogy research in abundance has been oc- curring here at the Museum. Kenneth R. Batcher, Kentucky, gave his re- search on the Smith, Jaggers, Logsdon, and Hazlewood families. He and his daughters, Mi- chelle Batcher and Katherine Owens, were here once before and plan to return in the future because, "This place is a gem." Kasey Brent, Kentucky, a skilled researcher, researched the Barbour family. Kenzie Clemons accompanied Kacy and researched local Civil War history for a paper. Marcia Lenz came to research one of her lines. She brought with her Suzanne Lenz and Harold Cottrell. Our staff is presently re- searching for four different people! When it rains it pours. The CMA Familiarization Tour visited this week. We enjoy showing the area's front line workers what we have to offer tourists. Mike and Mary Norman, Kentucky, visited to see if we have any of his mother's newspaper stories. For those, we will have to search as we don't know if they were archived or not. Sharon visited from Cal- ifornia. Patti Engleat, Oregon, stopped in for a tour. See you next week. GLASGOW - Sherry Ann Delk, 46, Glasgow died Saturday, April 29, 2017 at T. J. Samson Hospital. Funeral services were held 2:00 pm Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. The fa y 0f J. Coomer would like to express our appzx:ciation to friends, neighbors and loved ones for thek expressions of sympathy, prayers and flowers during our mother's passing. A special thanks to Hart County Health Care, Butler Funeral Home and Savoyard Baptist Church during this difficult time. qhe family of Barbara Jean Coomer David Lawlis (Son) & Family IF YOU ARE A CURRENT SUBSCRIBER: expireson lhe date printed on your bel. your then your deliveryis at risk for being stopped. I Subscriber's Name: Phone Number. Mailing Address: Mailwi~ Payment To: The Hart County News.Herald I p.O. Box 340 Horse Cave, KY 42749 or ~al1270-786-2676 with your credit ea~ payment Call Lesia togsdon: 270-786-2676 or email