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/ oaLurc By Z)iane VanA rsda le I can barely control I write this. ago, my beautiful, long- Mr. Sniffles (my killed by the 150-pound that lives next door. Mr. Sniffles out to do his and he accidental- the fence and dropped where the Rot- I heard coming from the most her- ever experienced. In a over. Mr. Snif- this world to purr on the e angels. next door to confront about what their cru- B dog had done to my poor, ' were sorry, was my fault that I let Mr. over their fence. that my neighbors Sniffles' funeral, and door in my face! those cruel, hurtful people to court. What do you think, Diane? m HEARTBROKEN IN HOBOKEN DEAR HEARTBROKEN: I understand that you are very upset over the death of your cat, but 1 am afraid I must side with your neighbors. It is your fault that Mr. Sniffles is dead. You were the one who let him outside. You were the one who exposed him to danger -- not only from the dog next door, but from other animals (like raccoons), cars or other neighborhood dogs and cats that may be roaming freely. The neighbor's dog was enclosed by a fence. Your cat needed to climb over that fence in order to get into your neighbor's yard and into the Rottweil- er's territory. To think that your neighbors are responsible in any way for your cat's death or that they have an obligation to pay for a funeral for this ..nimat is ridiculous. Get a grip, and a new cat-- and keep this one indoors. Valley and Charles A. Hart at- ;ragtag at the church of Monday night. Mrs. Edd Rice attended Church of God in lie, Thursday night. and Danny were Manor Nursing mday morning and visited Jewell Barber. t Mrs. Ford Hart and Ricky guests of Mr. and Mrs. y. Sev- tbers of the family were occasions was Danny's 24th and Addison and Mrs. Dot- rday after- Mrs. Bill Calvert guest of William Jarrett at Boone Tavern, in Berea, last weekend, Caroline Collier, great grand- daughter of Rex Crouch, celebrated her birthday on February 5. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Collier of Nicholasville. Dick Hunt is recuperating from heart surgery, which was performed last Wednesday. Ashley Waiters was crowned Queen of the Sweetheart Dance at Bath County High School. The Bethel Methodist Church congregation enjoyed a pizza party on Friday evening. Darlene Workman was surprised when she arrived home on Valen- tine's Day and found a brand new, red, truck in her driveway. It was a gift from husband, Johnny. Lorena Saunders entertained her family on Thursday evening honor- ing, the birthday of Becky Saunders Razor. Jim Rash, Bethel resident, was buried in Mr. Sterling on Saturday. Those from Bethel attcuding the fu- neral were Ray Ports, John Ross Scruggs, Daisey and Paul Marshall. East Fork news by Leona W. Goldy Madison Williams was given a birthday party Saturday by her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chad Williams. Refreshments were served family members and friends. She received lots of gifts and money. Mrs. Opal Bailey was in Lexing- ton Friday to see her eye doctor. The report was good. Elgin Reid and /W.. C. Rooster Manley are patients in Morehead Hospital. Mrs. Shirley Routt was in Lexing- ton Monday to see her doctor. The report was good. Alison Rose Copher and Felicia Paige Buckler spent weekend with Wanda Buckler. Leona W. Goldy reports knee is not any better. Felicia Paige Buckler spent Sun- day night with Brettany Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Randy }3 uckler spent weekend attending a Farm Bureau meeting. We had 70 in church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Landsaw spent Sunday with Mrs. Clifford Landsaw. Mrs. Leona Goldy got a call Thurs- day from Gene and Bev Howard of Michigan. Gene is on the sick list, going to start taking treatments. Will let people know how he is as I hear from them. In and around Owingsville Dale and Nancy Pelfrey visited with her parents, Robert and Pauline Vice, on Saturday evening. Little Zachary Workman of May- slick spent the weekend with his grandmother Bernice Shoemaker, Tamara and Jason Reffitt. Mrs. Lillian McNeil has returned to her home in Owingsville after an extended visit with her brother Ben and Betty Williams of Arizona, Nell McNeil and Lynn, of Florida, came home with her to spend a few days. Jackson, Mrs. Dottle ckson, Mr. and Rice, Bro. George and :in were at Hilltop Nursing iay afternoon and visited anley and sever- ' friends. Mrs. Grace Van- 1 Mrs. Pare Hunt Sunday afternoon. ingham spent with Mrs. Betty Good- news Yolanda, and Stacy Mar- : visitors of the parents, lrs. Paul Marshall on the February 9. The occa- r. Marshall's birthday, on aunders Razor celebrated on February 13. Her Razor will be cele- rthday on February 25. nt spent last week with Sara, Ben and n Nicholas County. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. were vacationing in entertained guests g. Guests and Mrs. Bobby Paul Marshall, Mrs. J.D. Corbin, and Saunders was'the dinner TENTH FRAME CINEMA 930 Camargo Rd, Mt. Sterling, KY http://www.tenthframe.com (859) 497-2518 Crossroads Rated PG13; Times: 1:00 3:15 5:35 7:55 10:10 Dragonfly Rated PG13; Times: 1:00 3:20 5:40 8:00 10:20 Return To Never Land Rated G; Times: 1:00 2:55 4:50 6:45 8:35 10:25 We Were Soldiers Rated R; Times: 1:00 3:55 6:50 9:45 Queen of the Damned Rated R; Times: 1:00 3:20 5:40 8:00 10:20 John Q. Rated PG13; Times: 1:00 3:50 6:35 9:20 TENTH FRAME CINEMAS JOIN US AT STERLING LANESI Looking for something to do on those cold winter nights, come visit us for cosmic bowling every Friday and Saturday night 1:00 a.m. to 4:00 e.m. We can also help you plan that special birthday party or group get together. For more information visit us on the web at http:llsterlinglanes.iscool.net or give us a call at THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 28 - March 7, 201)2 l,aynie Hcdrick of Morehcad spent Sunday night with her grandparents, Ronnie and Alice Hedrick. Mrs. Helen Phillips and Connie Hunt visited with Gary, Leslie, Chase and Garrison Toy of Mr. Sterling on Sunday. Marjorie Kincaid, Bobby, Jean- nie and Tyler Riddell attended a birth- day dinner for Addison Bailey anti Danny Hart at the home of Danny and Karen Hart. On Tuesday, Mrs. Elan Bartley went to Busters for lunch. She was joined by her friends Frankie Sk- aggs, Doris York, Anita Richardson. Frankie drove Mrs. Elan's Mustang up to Buster's. Mrs. Elan went to Morehead to attend the Wellness Program at the Carl Perkins Center. There were 16 people from Bath County. Mrs. Elan went with Dale and Willa Crabtree. Virginia Bussell won a door price, also Willa Crabtree and Miriam Cur- ry. Mrs. Bartley attended church and Sunday School on Sunday at Grace Gospel. Helen Hatton was Mrs. Elan's helper. Joyce Barber sang a hymn Sun- day at Grace Gospel Tabernacle. Linda Hatton played the key board and sang the hymn "That Great Day" with the help of Pastor Whitt and Blaine Young. A great trio! Sunday School was 6 I. Tracy, Shannon and Madison Wells of Lexington spent Thursday with their grandmother, AdaThorns- burg. Fred Wells also visited his mother Saturday. Harpers-White Oak Homemakers The Harpers-White Oak Home- makers met February 13th at Buster Burgers as our regular hostess was ill. Six members gave the pledge to the Flag and "Changes to Flag" was read by Ada June Thompson, The devotion, "We Know Not What Is Befrc Us", was given by Dorothy l)eane Coyle, Ellen Shewmaker, sec- retary, took up dues, paid bills and read a "Thank You" from Betty Hay- craft. Michelle Ray, president, re- viewed the newsletter with us and wc filled out the sheet on sugges- lions for the coming year's lessons. Four members said they would be going to the International Program March I llh. Our lesson on "Looking Good- Feeling Great" was presented by Michelle. She rushed in like she had a late start, wanting to know how she loked. Until we knew what her in- tentions were, we held back answer- ing. She was portraying a woman not well-dressed. It was an interesting lesson. Afterward we made candy roses. We sent five cards - we ate at Buster Burgers. Our next meeting will be with Ada June Thompson. Oakley Pebble news Linda Gray's supper guests Sun- day night were: Christy and Tuffy Snedegar, Cavanah, Bill and Haley Warner. The occasion was Christy's birthday. Austin Newton spent Sunday with Ina Martin. Joey and Allen Thomas visited Ina Martin Sunday evening and other visitors were April New- ton and Travis Jones. Audrey Reed had a birthday din- ner, Sunday for Travis Reed, other guests were Lillian Garrard, Randy Reed, C. J. Reed and a friend. Timmy and Vickie Risner visited Barbara and Delman Norris spent Thursday with her mother. It was her 90th birthday. Teresa Joseph visited Rose and Kcnny Gray Sunday evening. Attendance at Pebble Church Sun- day morning was forty five. Speaker was Anthony Anderson, they also had good attendance Sunday night with Owingsville Volunteer Fire Department Vocal Brigade. 3 High winds cause hazards for drivers High winds and rain can be a dangerous combination for drivers according to the Blue Grass Auto Club Safety Foundation. "Strong winds can affect how a vehicle handles on the road," said Lilla Mason Director of the Safety Foundation, "and things can sudden- ly be blown into the path of your car." The AAA Safety Fountation of fers the following tips for drivers: * Keep both hands on the steering wheel at all times. Avoid activity that would require you to keep only one hand on the wheel, such as using a car phone or drinking coffee. * Be prepared for anything. Scan low along the roadway for objects that could be blown into your pail). Swerving to miss an objedt is safer than braking on a rain slick road, as long as you can do it without hitting another vehicle or solid object. * Keep in front of or behind high centered vehicles likely to swerve in a wind gust. Those vehicles include sport utilities, vans and empty trac- tor trailer trucks. Do not linger along side while passing. Likewise, give such vehicles extra room when they are passing you. * Reduce your speed and increase your following distance i.n construc- tion zones. Barrels and temporary signs may blow onto the roadway. * Be aware that windy conditions are often more severe, in mountain- ous areas where "wind tunnels" are created by the unusual topography. Also, when driving through an un- derpass, wind speed will decrease under the bridge, but increase sud- denly when you come out the other side. Hold the steering wheel firmly to prepare for the sudden burst of wind. * Be aware that when exiting a parked vehicle, a gust of wind may cause a door to fly open or shut with great force, causing injury. PHILIP lAWSON REAL ESTATE & AUCTION CO. "Serving the area since 1977" 105 Bethel Lane, Bethel - A 1994 mobile home on an t acre The home has 2 bedrooms and 2 full s and central heat and air conditioning. The home ,ndition and ready to move into. Give Dave a call $39.900 - Indian Creed Road Asking $47,500. - 38 acre farm with NEW LISTING: . 2853 Moores Ferry. Road - A two story resi- dence sitting on a 3 acre lot located offofthe Moores Ferry Road. The has 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with a full, basement. The home has central heat and air and has an attached garage. The home is only 5 is in good condition. This is a beautiful new race country setting. Call Dave at 674-3912 for Reduced to $160,000. 36, - A 19 acre tract located on rein Owingsville. The property ,m contour and would make a nice grazing farm. at 674-3912. $25,000. NEW LISTING: 16 Old State Road, Owingsville - A one residence Io- 16 Old State Preston. The residence has 3 bedrooms and 1 full Riddle Road - A seven acre tract located on Riddle Road approx. 5 miles from Owingsville. Property has been improved with public water and is ready to develop. Owner will sell entire tract or divide. Call Dave. Hwy 36: A 49 acre tract of land with a 5-bent tobacco/stock barn located at the bottom of town hill on Kentucky Highway 36 near Owingsville. Price Reduced to $75,000. Helton Road, Salt Lick - A 13 acre + acre tract located at the end of the Helton Road near Salt Lick. Property has already been platted for development and would be ideal for residential development. Call Dave for more information. U.S. Highway 60 Eask Salt Lick - A 1 acre lot located on U.S. Highway 60 East in Salt Lick. Property has good location and would be ideal for commercial or retail usage. Call Dave for more info. $34,500. 749 Vanlandingham Road - A 1996 16'x80' Chandalier model mobile home sitting on a I + acre lot on Vanland- ingham Road. The mobile home has 4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and central heat and air. The home is in good condition and is ready to move into. Call Dave for more info. $52,500 FOR SALE. 1 Acre lots on Adams Road - $7,500.00 If you are interested in having an auction on your farm, home, or personal property, give us a call at 674.