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10 February 11, 2009 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook COMMUNITY by Pat Gates Oak Farm News Greeting All!! Well, anoth- er New Year is here! I hope it is a healthy and prosper- ous one for everyone. Things here at the farm have been frozen, seems like forever and I have a bad case of cabin fever, a restless feel- ing in my soul. I know it is time for a sunny vacation or a white sandy beach some- where but I am still very anemic and unable to take a long trip. Pray that I will be well soon, please. All our animals are fine and so far have survived the winter. My little dog Prince has a thick fur coat so he spends days on the porch and nights inside his pen. He loves to play fetch with his quack-quack duck toy and chases the cat and wrestles with them. He is so cute. There has been snow on our hill forever and the old folks said that means more snow to come. The cat's wa- ter dish stays frozen to the table it sits on and I can't dump it so I have to just add water on top. We have burned a ton of wood in the fireplace to keep out the great room warm it like trying to heat a barn. Thanks to the Purvis Boys across the road for keep- ing us wood and putting it on the porch for us. You are greatly appreciated. I stay busy sweeping the hearth, as wood is a messy fuel. Gale has been on the roof of her house twice, that I know of to clean her stove- pipe and I just know she will so fall and kill herself, but she won't listen to rea- son. Morn and Bill have been sick with colds so I haven't seen them for a week, don't want to catch it. Pray for Jason Little who is ill and Judy's morn who is ill. Sympathies go to Tra- cy Trust, Don Ferrell and family in the loss of their loved one Liz. I attended Jean's viewing and sympathy to the John- son family. I loved both these ladies. Our Homemakers met at Aunt Sue's and we made valentines for our hus- bands. Renee had foot sur- gery and was unable to attend. Our next meeting is February 3rd, Tuesday at Aunt Sue's "Creekside Leather", we welcome all. I attended church Sun- day and we had a nice les- son. The floor was cold so my feet and Mabels got cold but it was sure good to be there. Please all of you find a church and start going and pay your tithes and you will feel better and God will bless you. If you are alone and lone- ly church gives you friend and family and a support system. So get off your couches and recliners get a bath and go to church! And don't forget to read your Bibles daily as that is food for our soul and such an interesting book. If you are too ill to attend church, Southland Hour and Crystal Cathedral are good TV Church programs to watch. And remember by God to take your kids to church and Sunday school. Gale, Gweyn and I had lunch at Applebees and went to the moves and saw Mall Cop it was very fun- ny. My husband, Jim and I went to see E1 Torro with Clint Eastwood and had supper at Jerry's. This was a different movie for Clint. I bought all my boxes, bags and wrapping paper for next year at the after Christmas sale at Walmart and Big Lots. I was sad to hear Dillard's stores are closing. Pray for our nation, our economy, and our new leader. Also keep Dana in your prayers and troops. Well enough for now at the prayer this wee is: 2 Car 5:7 We live by faith not by sight. Lord help me to follow in Christ's positive example. Help me to see the good in all things and all people. Amen. May God bless you and keep you in the shadow of his wings and cover you with his feathersl HaRd 8U00hed Quilts 8 Dolls Most Any Pattern Quilting (By Order) Custom Quilting :iiiii   i  / 3 miles south of Preston On Pigeon Forge Road The Girods 501 Pigeon Forge Rd. Owingsville, KY40360 Owingsville Police receive funding J FRANKFORT, (Feb. 5, 2009)- Owings- ville Police Department has been authorized to receive $2,275 from the state's Law Enforce- ment Protection Pro- gram to purchase body armor, Gov. Steve Bes- hear announced today. Under the LEPP, administered by the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security, ap- propriate agencies can seek financial help for certain defensive items essential in the course of their duties. In conjunction with Ky. the Kentucky State Po- lice, KOHS derives in- come from sales of con- fiscated weapons. KSP conducts periodic auc- tions - only to feder- ally licensed firearms dealers - which gener- ate dollars for the LEPP initiative. The KOHS then as- sesses needs and after prioritization, provides whatever funds are available in the acqui- sition of body armor, weapons, ammunition and electronic or muscu- lar disruption technical devices often referred to as "Tasers."  "Appeals for financial support always exceed resources," Thomas L. Preston, KOHS execU- tive director, explained, "but we make every ef- fort to respond with a priority focus on law e- forcement safety." Support goes to police agencies of cities, coun- ties, charter counties, unified counties, urban- counties and consolidat- ed local government'i, sheriffs departments and university police departments. Slate Valley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart had lunch with Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley Sunday. Toni Hart spent the week- end with her parents Tony, Tena and Tessa Hart. We had several in Church at Slate Valley Sunday. Mrs. Wilma Havens sand a special Sunday, "In Times Like These" Mrs. Myra Hlphenstine Naomi Denton, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips at Mrs. Kate Jackson Friday Night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart called on Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley Sunday after services at Slate Valley. X Marks the Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Mason County "Since 1879" , Homeowners o Farm Properties ; Mobile Homes Commerical Buildings Churches Call your local County Director for services Lonnie Vice- (606) 674-2734 Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark Counties 1718 U.S. 68 South, Maysville (606) 759-5252 C O N 1 . U T C _A S E I M ! N Unlimited Hours, No Contracts! ,9.gs00Oi * FREE 24/7 Technical Support Instant Messaging - keep your buddy list! t0 e-mail addresses with Webmail! Custom Stad Page - news, weather & more! lr_-r'A.,cgf ( ..rr up to 6X fosfel "1 ) just 3 more --.-. Sign Up On,net www=LocalNet,com  lle4 " Call Today & Savei u00ls00-674-2100 6274 US 60 E Salt Lick When you arrived. When it comes to love, You 'llnever be deprived. With your bright blue Eyes andgreat smi,  We knowyou'llgo that extra m. From crawling across the floor, to the patter ofyour ifftlefiet. Mommy and Daddy will always be there to greet. Fa Loans COMFORTA;LE HOME $57,600.00 48 COUNTRY LANE SHARPSBURG, KY 40374 This is a four year old home consisting of more than _ acre lot. It i located in a family orientated neighborhood near Bethel Ky. just off new Hwy 11. This is a three (3) bedroom home with one bath, large living room; eat in kitchen and utility room. The property is considered suit- able for Rural Development, Rural Housing Program. !00% of Appraised value loan to qualified applicant. Payment as low as 1% interest to quali- fied buyer. This is an excellent opportunity for a starter home for a young family, after minor repairs. Inquires should be directed to: USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT Bruce Barnes, Area Specialist 220 West First Street Morehead, Ky. 40351 606-784-6447 Ext 4 606-845-2851 Ext. 4 Ophthalmology Board Cerlified Winchester 859-745-3060 888-463-5377 S.tan00n il PUSH P 1:25, 4:30, 7:10, 9:45 TAKEN - 1:35, 4:20, 7:00, 9:30 HE'S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU PC- 1:10, 4:00, 6:50, 9:40 PINK PANTHER 2 3 THE UNIN/ITED  1:30, 4:15, 7:05, 9:25 9:40 ; HOTEL FOR DOGS P 1:00 PAUL BLART: MALL COP P 4:10, 7:25 FRIDAY THE 13 rH " 1:05, 4:45, 7:20, 9:55 CONFESSSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC PG-13 1:45, 4:40, 7:10, 9:55 THE INTERNATIONAL r i 1:15, 4:35, 7:15, 9:50 ' I