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4 - February 2, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook COMMUNITY By Alton Norman - Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owingsville 606-261-9263 Commitment When Dr. David Liv- ingstone was working in Africa, a group of friends wrote him: "We would like to send other men to you. Have you found a good road into your ar- ea yet?" To which he re- plied, "If you have men who will only come if they know there is a good road, I don't want them! I want men who will come if there is no road at all!" Dr. Liv- ingstone was not unlike Je- sus in his desire for work- ers. Both wanted people who were willing to en- dure hardship. Preachers preach "easy street reli- gion" today but that is just the opposite of what Jesus; preached. Let's reason to- gether concerning com- mitment. Jesus requires that His disciples ,'take up his cross daily and fol- low" Him (Luke 9:23). To take up your cross is not to wear a necklace with a golden cross on it. It is to follow Christ in spite of dif- ficulties we may face as a result of being His disci- ples. In the same breath Jesus spoke of taking up the cross Jesus said his disciples must be willing to "deny himself'. If you seek to please yourself your commitment to Jesus is insufficient. Commitment to the Lord may require us to deny our families for Je- sus said, "He who loves fa- ther or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who loves son or danghtermore than Me is not worthy of Me" (Mat- thew 10:37). Would you leave your father, mother, wife, or children for the kingdom of heaven? If not your commitment is insuf- ficient (Luke 18:29). Commitment to Je- sus may even demand that we die for Him (Matthew 10:19-26). Are you com- mitted to Jesus? Thank you for reason- ing with me. 110 were in attendance for Sunday January 29, 2012. Adult Sunday school class read in 1 Corinthians 5:1-13. The Teen class read in Proverbs 13, about how a wise son hears his father's instruction. The Middle class read in 1 Samuel 24:17-18, about King David, and Pre- school learned about "Je- Heddck Commun00y Church sus loves me." Congregational songs were "Everybody Will Be Happy Over There", and "I Never Shall Forget the Day." Pastor Randall Jackson's message was from Luke 15:20, "Kisses of Love, Kisses of Forgiveness, Kisses of Restoration, and Kisses of Joy." Sunday evening several were in attendance to hear Brother Jackson preach from 2 Timothy 4:10, dried "Charmed by the world's delights." Congregation- al songs were, "Joy Un- speakable," and "He Set Me Free." Many prayer requests were lifted up for those who are sick and lost. May God bless each and every one; we pray he gives all those who are in need a great week. ....... News UORI( [ ! If you do not attend church anywhere, we would love to have you at Hedrick, Where Every- body is Somebody, and Je- sus is Lord! This week's bible verse is from John 20:29 "Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have be- lieved." Attendance Sunday morning at the Oakla Church was 39. The young sang "He Re- ally Is It" and "Did I Men- tion." Sharron Cole and Rhonda Hawkins sang "Mountain Over The Hilltop." Michael HoUon brought the message on Sunday night. The Men's Fellowship will meet Feb. 13th with guest speak Lowell Rice. Paul Barber called or Ray and Lena Fultz Thurs. day night. Marsha Reed spent few days with her daugh- ter Andrea Chambers of Princeton, West Virginia. Sunday evening callers of James Reed were Dan- ny Brown, Larry Ramey, and Roy and Lena Fultz. Lena Fultz had din- ner Saturday with James, Paula and Jamie Michelle Blackwell. Sunday morn- hag Paula and Jamie Mi- chelle had breakfast with the Fultz's. Betty Anderson has been dismissed from the hospital and is at Windsor Care now. [ Memory Lane 'This'week in ....  1941 ' J. H. Campbell, 72 years old, prominent Bath Coun- ty business man and for- mer president of the Salt Lick Deposit Bank, died at his home in Mt. Sterling early Sunday morning af- ter a long illness. Earl Rogers early this week received his appoint- ment as acting postmaster at Owingsville to succeed W. S. Thomas, who is relin- quishing the post office to accept a position with the Social Security. Chester Goldie, 30, of Salt Lick, was held 9ver to the grant jury under 8500 bond, when he was arraigned before act- ing Judge C. W. Young in county court here Tues- day, charged with shoot- hag and wounding George W. Craig, 42, at Salt Lick Monday night. Preston - Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pergrem and daugh- ter, Juanita, of Winchester, spend the week-end with their daughter, Mrs. Earl Miller, and Mr. Miller. 1965 Lewis Donohew, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Dono- hew of Bath County has been awarded the Ph. D. degree from the Universi- ty of Iowa. Dr. Donohew is a graduate of Owings- ville High School and is presently a member of the faculty of the University of Kentucky School of Jour- nalism. After a* few days' oi mild :-January, : Weath- er' last week;snow flur- ries, strong winds and bit- ter cold weather swooped over the county last week and left approximately three inches of snow on the ground and plunging the mercury to 17 degrees below zero Sunday morn- ing in some parts of the county. Bethel - Mrs. John L Otis and children of Win- chester, Ohio spent sever- al days with Mrs. Wilson Boyd and family. Larry A. Rawlings, RR 1, Sharpsburg, was i par- ticipant in the 2nd annu- al Kentucky Youthpower Conference held Jan. 29- 30 at the Sheraton Hotel, Louisville. The two-day conference was attended by teenagers representing 4-H Clubs, Future Farm- ers, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. 1972 Awards and certificates in eight different catego- ries were presented to 4-H Club members and Coun- cil members at an Awards Banquet held in the Ow- ingsville Christian Church last week and attended by about seventy-five mem- bers and guests. Appear- ing on the program and presenting awards were Mrs. Roger Byron, Profes- sional Nutrition Assistant, Licking River Area; Mrs. Kaye Miller, County Ex- tension Agent for Home Economics; Mrs. William Tenth Frame Cinema 930 Carmago Road, Mt. Sterling Ph (859) 497-2518 Tickets  D ;  the ebllshed:k SHOWTIMES FOR FEBRUARY 3 - Februa[y 9, 2012 i Tickets for evening shows (6 p.m. & after) Seniors and Children under 12- $550 Adults 5700 Tickets for matinee (before 6 p.m.) Seniors and Children under 12- $400 Adults $500 ,ill,, **As always- Children 2 & under FREE! ""  Underworld Awakening 2D R 7:35 One for the Money PG-t3 1:05, 4:00, T:25, 9:50 Underworld Awakening 3D R PG-13 Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close 1:20, 4:20, 9:45 4:10, 9:40 Big Miracle eo . Joyful Noise "1 1:00, 4:05, 7:10, 9:40 1:30, 7:00 Man on a Ledge PG-= Chronicle -13 1:25, 4:25, 7:30, 10:00 1:15, 4:15, 7:20, 9:45 The Grey R Woman in Black 1:35, 4:35, 7:15, 9:55 1:40, 4:30, 7:40, 10:00 Ramey; Mrs: Roger .Reyn- olds, Mrs. Elgin Smith,, Mrs. Edwin Reid, Mrs. Charles Bailey, Jr., Mrs. Paul Lewis, and Mrs. Al- bert Willoughby, Council members and Mrs. Harley Ellington, Council secre- tary-treasurer. Ron Catch- en, 4-H County Extension Agent and John K. Wills, County Extension Agent for Agriculture, also ap- peared on the program as did Rev. Hugh Owen who gave the invocation. Guest speaking for the event was Dr. Madison Pryor, of Morehead State Universi- ty. President Nixon's Fis- cal 1973 Budget includes the sum of $8,800,000 for continued construction of Cave Run Lake, accord- ing to a wire received from Congressman Carl D. Per- kins at the News-Outlook Office. East Fork - Mr. and Mrs. Mike Routt and her sister spent Sunday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Routt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young spent Sun- day with Mrs. Beulah He- flin. Sparked by the fourth quarter play of Joey Boyd, the visiting Bath Coun- ty Wildcats defeated the Montgomery County Indi- ans 73 to 66. 1982 Several new county and city officials are finding themselves facing unfore- seen problems in their new offices. This is par- ticularly true foi" the new Bath County sheriff and his deputies. Sheriff Jim Razor and his deputies, Dennis McNabb, Rog- er Williams, Claude Wil- liams, and Charlie Mat- thews have not been paid since taking office a month ago and are some- what frustrated if not bit- ter by the turn of events. A new drug store opened this week in Ow- ingsville. The Family.Dis- count Drugs, located in the former Harmon Gro- cery building, on Main Street, next to Doxol Gas, is now open. The own- er and pharmacist is Jim Maze, a native of Bath County. Lacy Copher, owner of Copher's Chevron located near the 1-64-U. S. 60 inter- change, must have done someone a real favor, be- cause this week when he opened his mail he found [a] card. Printed on the front, it read, "Weql nev- er be ale to repay you." When he opened it, there was a crisp new $100 bill inside. Melanie Ann Bailey and Tracy Lynn Warner are first place county winners in the 1981 Bath County Conservation Contest. 1990 Rep. Adrian Arnold (D - Mt. Sterling) and State Sen. John A. "Eck" Rose (D - Winchester) will be in Owingsville Saturday, Feb. 3, to talk with resi- dents on legislative issues. GAZEBOS/LAWN- TRUE BUILT BARNS 00urch Services Directory Abounding Grace Assembly of God 91 Banker St, Owingsville Wes Crouch, Pastor Abundance of Rain Church 5367E. Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Wayne and Hckie Gifford, Ministers Bailey's Chapel Christian Church 2429 Water Dell R, Owingsville Ryan Utterback, Minister Olympia Church of God 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Greg Crouch, Pastor Ore Mines Church of God 5343 East Hwy. 60, OwingsviUe. Damon Byrd, Pastor Owingsville Baptist Church 92 Coyle St, Owingsville Chris Bailey, Minister Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 East Hwy. 60, Owingsville Alton Norman, Minister Bethel Christian Church 518 Bethel Ridge Rd, Bethel Darrell Coburn, Minister Bethel Community Church 538 Bethel Ridge R, Bethel Kevin Miles, Minister Bethel Methodist Church 142 Bethel School Ln., Bethd Matt Williams, Minister Blevins Valley Christian Church 1418 Blevins Valley R, Owingsville Russell Ingram, Minister Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Hwy. 36, Owingsville Bishop Ted Marshall City of Refuge Full Gospd Church 39 Sour Springs R, Olympia Mike Munday, Minister East Fork Church of God 4428 East Fork RL, OwingsviUe, Billy Harmon, Minister Fairview Christian Church 3064 South Hwy. 11, Sharpsburg Morgan Silty, Minister Fellowship Tabernacle 586 Main SL, Sharpsburg Gary Robinson, Minister Owingsville First Christian Church 11 East Main St, Owingsville Anthony Anderson, Minister Owingsville First Church of God 320 Slate Ave, OwingsviUe Lowell Rice, Minister Owingsville United Methodist Church 75 West Main S, Owingsville Matt Williams, Pastor Pebble Church of God (Cleveland Assembly) 4857 Oakley Pebble Rd, Owl'ngsvjlle Franklin Rose, Pastor Peeled Oak Christian Church 2592 Peeled Oak Rd, Owingsville . Charles McGuire, Minister Polksville Church of God 6275 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Ralph White, Minister Preston First Church of God 7184 Preston Ra, Preston Terry Frerichs, Minister Reynoldsville Christian Church 943 East Fork RcL, Sharpsburg Doug Routt, Pastor St Jalie's Catholic Church 77 East Main St, Owingsville Grace Gospel Tabernacle 91 Wyoming RcL, OwingsviUe Steve Meadows, Minister St Paul C. M. E. Church 13 High St, Owingsville Vincent Farris, Minister Grace Gospel Church 767 Main SL, Sharpsburg Billy Noble, Minister Salt Lick Christian Church 109 Church St, Salt Lick George Stewart, Minister Greater First Baptist Church 247 Montgomery St, Sharpsburg Tony L Weathers, Pastor Hedrick Community Church 5308 Old Sand Rd, Salt Lick Randall Jackson, Minister Salt Lick First Church of God 412 Main St, Salt Lick Vernon Lambert, Minister Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church 3 Water St, Salt Lick Any Lands, Pastor Kendal Springs Church of Christ 3072 Kendall Springs R d , Owingsville David Alfrey, Minister Lakeview Community Church 341 Cave Run Lake RcL, Salt Lick James Allen, Minister Midland First Church of God 11479 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Bush Stevenson, Pastor Sharpsburg Baptist Church 575 Main St; Sharpsburg Frank Goss, Minister Sharpsburg Christian Church 241 Main St, Sharpsburg Patrick Bromagen, Minister Sharpsburg Worship Center 468 Main S, Sharpsburg James Allen, Pastor Slate Valley Christian Church 2563 Wyoming RL, Owingsville Gregg Whiff, Minister Moore's Ferry Christian Church 2396 Moore's Ferry Rd., Salt Lick 14qllard Johnson, Minister Morning Star Baptist Church 161 Harrisburg Ave., Owingsville Mud Lick Church of God 9067 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Mark CaldweU, Minister Stulltown Community Church 10219 Stulltown Rd., Preston Les Ingrain, Minister Sugar Grove Christian Church 3841 North Stepstone RL, Owingsville Francis Nash, Minister Tunnd Hill Church of God 1215 West Tunnel Hill RcL, Owingsville Sherman Sparks, Minister New Life Fellowship 907 Forge Hill R, Owingsville Jamie Stump, Minister Northside Church of God 1086 West Hwy. 36, OwingsviUe Jim Crouch, Minister Oakla First Church of God 215 Old Oakley R, Owingsviile Randy Hawkins, Minister Old Springleld Presbyterian Church 3569 Springfield RcL, Sharpsburg Todd and Emily Boyce, Pastors Upper Salt Lick Church of Christ 5385 South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Rezda McNabb, Minister White Oak Christian Church 2606 White Oak RcL, Owingsviile Ron Weaver, Minister Young's Valley Community Church 3559 South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Vernon Gross, Pastor Support Your [ Local Churches t